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   Daily Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1953, Kalispell, Montana                             Cloudy Cloudy with showers today end ing tonight and becoming partly cloudy Not so cool Thursday High today 55 low tonight 45 high to morrow 60 Sun sets rises to morrow THE DAILY INTER LAf E VCAB Kin ft KAllSreiL MONTANA WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 1953 SCENTS 46TH YEAR NO 20 Montana Towns Road Flooded by Downpours HELENA GBMore rain Wed1 Upstream flooding will con nesday in the wake of extraorditinue at least another 36 hours andownpours already blamed A second crest may develop up or two deaths sent many stream early Thursday streams churning out of their plane on Patrol banks to flood at least two towns and close several highways The Army dispatcheda plane to An overnight cloudburst put thepatrol the Sun River and watch town of Belt under water In thejfor new threats town of Sun River severa homes j After many hours of watching were inundated and moving out offor tornadoes which the Weather some families was reported toBureau warned against Tuesday have started Tlhe only report in the area came The Sun Rivers threat to bulge jfrom North DakotaThe bureau over into West Great Falls spurred said a tornado hit at Jamestown dike building The Great FallslN D but that deaiis were incom Weather Bureau reported the Sunpiete Theres a bright side to the rainy weather River rose 9 inches overnight Highway Closed U S Highway 10N was flooded by the Little Blackfoot River and closed between Avon and Garri Stockmen Benefit Montana stockmen are rejoicing over the benefits to their ranges washout was feared This is i The Weather Bureau reports a 12mile stretch but halts highthat for the 24 hours ending at way traffic between Helena and a m more than an inch more Missoula oi fain fell at several communi Temporary closure of U S ties These included Butte Cut Highways 87 and 89 at Belt was Drummond and Great Falls dered until from 18 to 24 inches j Mayor James B Austin said oJ water drained Montana 20 wasjGreat Falls is taking an attitude flooded by about 18 inches of preparedness ter from the Sun River at the Austin said that if the Sun Hiv er level continued to rise it may Ai nistice Talks Reopen Tonight Glacier Crews Hope to Open Road June 15 Inter Newt WEST GLACIER Glacier Na tional Park officials said Tuesday plans are being pushed for open ing GoingtotheSun Highway by June 15 traditional opening date Snow removal work hampered last week by an avalanche which swept over the highway killing two Glacier JacK spanom oi tne snerm s wiivc crew memoers injuring two otners calf Tuesday that had spent a week on an island in the Middle Fork The calf was trapped on the island and destroying the largest piece 1I UTiFvfiL I salin Tlnlimni ctlflWll finlfllllir tnft tnmmrri1 untiititnortt iiric lliv town of Sun River Rise Continues The Weather Bureau at Helena result in considerable damage and the evacuation of hundreds of per sons in West Great Falls issued this 10 a m advisory j Two families were moved from The Sun River at Great Falls their homes in the lower SunBiv will conuZtorTseuntil Wedneser area in West Great Falls Tues day evening reaching near1948 day in anticipation of rising wa levels ters Slow fall will begin Wednesday night but the river still will re main above flood sections stage in many The Sun River went out its banks near Vaughn covering low land between Augusta and Great Falls CAA Of f ice at Flatheod Airport Scheduled to Close oi June 30 An 18member group made up bureau is not in operation it was of representatives of the board of county commissioners the Kali spell city council the Chambers of Commerce of Kalispell WMtefish reported At Viscious Circle present Northwest Airline3 and Columbia Falls and organiza tions interested service met with of the Cml Aeronautics Authority yesterday to discuss the impending closing of the tocal CAA office At the meeting it was decided to draft a resolution aksing not only that the local offices be left in operation here but also that ad ditional navigational aids be in stalled Copies of the resolution will be sent to Montana Congres RESCUED Dick Walsh assisted by Dr L S Whetstone of Kalispell Roy Wessels of West Glacier Jack Spafford of the sheriffs office John Delimata Jr and Ben Grimm rescued a stranded calf Tuesday that had spent a week on an island in the Middle Fork The calf was trapped OL by the rising water belongs to John Dellmata of Nyack John Dehmata Jr is shown holding the calf in the rescue boat At the rijfht is Ben Grimm an employe at the Dclimata ranch Photos by Jack 1 schedule two flights daily through the Flathead County airport Last summer an estimated average of seven persons daily used the local airport facilities If we had adej quate navigational aids we could get more traffic and improved serj vice C R Conrey maintenance technician at the post saidJ Northwest Airlines wont give us more traffic because we dont have the navigational aids and the CAA office in Seattle says we cant have the aids because we SolonsThreoten AF Fund Fight WASHINGTON S e v e r a 1 senators threatened a fight Wed nesday to give the Air Force some of the five billions cut from its funds by the Eisenhower admin istration Secretary of the Air Force Tal bott defended the cutbacks in funds and goals in a Seriate appro priation subcommittee hearing but agreed to supply figures on what could be spent for a faster buildup to the 143wing goal set by the Truman administration Later however under questions from Chairman Ferguson R Talbott stuck to his original recommendations for 110 or 114 1 cember 1955 Demos Make Threat of removal equipment was fur ther held up Monday because of slides Did Not Hit Road Crews working in the Big Bend area said the small slides did not hit the highway but opera lions were halted until all danger was past Working above the Gar den Wall road camp about two miles the crews are approximately onehalf mile above the site of the tragic avalanche Still to be cleared are approxi mately two miles of the highway including the largest drift esti mated to be 60 feet high After breaking through to the clear ed east portion probably this week end park roadmen will re turn to the lower sections for de bris removal and other minor work before the highway is opened to the public Equipment Loaned Crews are working from 4 a m to 8 p m to get the highway open using plows and big Caterpillar tary snow plow borrowed from the U S Bureau of Reclamation at will DC seiii cam nave me auis uei sional delegates and government dont have the tjaffic ltS a vicious agencies which are concerned CjrCie Closins Set June 30 In discussing the problem the c c cited the need for a good Etcel B Wilhelra chief ot defense pians for the Kalispell communication grea guch as Hungry of the CAA told the group that heHofse Dajjj and the Anaconda received a letter from the CAA 1Aumlmim plant were as regional in Seattle last anpossibe military targets in the day announcing that tnf event of war The group also ques tioned the economic soundness of spending on runways and then letting them drift to o of the local office was planned for June 30 Plans to close the CAA office i followed an announcement last week from F W Reichelderfer chief of the U S Weather Bureau that the weather station at the i Flathead County Airport Will con tinue to operate J in reply to a letter from the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce I urging the government to keep its weather bureau station at the air I port open Reichelderfer said that the CAA and the Weather Bureau were considering arrangements I which may make it possible to con i tinue the weather bureau office in i Kalispell The letter continued I The tentative plans is that the Civil Aeronautics Administration will withdraw its staff at Kalispell and the Weather Bureau will take over communication dutles now FIT TO BE Delimata Jr hogties the rescued twomocth old calf in preparation for the return trip across the river The calf had been strandea on an island in the Middle Fork of the Flathead river opposite the Delimata ranch for about a week Senate Okays Staff Chiefs WASHINGTON Eisenhowers choices for the na tions top military assignments have all been confirmed by the Senate without opposition The Senate Tuesday approved weeds through an inadequate program of use Mm Arthur vf Radford to be At the meeting a committee wasjchaiman the joint chiefs Of appointed by H B Markus R chief of staff of the Army Adm Robert B Carney chief of naval operations and Gen Nathan F Twining chief of staff of the Air a resolution to be sent to congres sional delegates and government agencies expressing the desire of the local citizens to keep the CAA office here The committee in cluded Donald C Treloar chair man Fred A Brinkman Markus and Ernest Massman chairman the Columbia Falls Chamber of Commerce Todays Chuckle performed by that staff The plan does not contemplate any curtail ment of essential communication functions Functions ExplaineC At Tuesdays meeting Wilbelm oatlined the duties of the CAAj which include the regulating of auj CHICAGO Why all this scramble for money You can only use it once Force TAIPEH Formosa Adm Arthur W Radford incoming chairman orthe U Sjoint chiefs of staff began a round of con ferences Wednesday with Ameri can and Chinese Nationalist offi cials The Pacific Fleet command er arrived Tuesday for a study of Chiang Kai Sheks armed forces Koreans Tangle In New Battle SEOUL IP Stubborn North Korean Reds bayoneted from Al lied main line trenches in Eastern Korea early Wednesday stormed back in the afternoon and tangled with tough South Korean infan trymen in savage close quarter combat The battle on Luke the Cooks Castle still raged There was no information on the size of the Red attack force Fog rain and haze slowed but did not halt the aerial war No MIGs Sighted Sabre Jet fighters prowled the skies over Northwest Korea with out sighting a Communist MIG jet Sabres flying as fighterbombers hit Communist battle front posi hearing Talbott and an Air Force major general disagreed as to whether the Air Force could achieve 133 wings by July 1954 a Truman plan goal Talbott said I dont think we could have gotten the 133 wings even if the Truman budget scaled down by billion dollars by President Eisen hower But Maj Gen O S Picher of Air Force procurement and pro gramming testified I dorit think we would have any great difficulty He said may be his crystal ball was more op timistic than Talbotts Talbott repeatedly said the new budget would give the nation ex actly as many combat aircraft in the year starting July 1 as had been planned under the Truman budget It Was love at First Sight1 For Blind Law Student Coed Soutb Korean infantrymen coun terattacked Red troops dug in on Lukes Castle at dusk Tuesday with Allied tanks pouring shells into Communist positions ahead of the assault waves traffic the supplying of weather information to private commercial and military flights the mainte nance of plane to ground commu t It was a iiol nications and the handling of emergency landings You cannot have reliable effi cient airline operation without an adequate CAA program he said Our work load here including routine and emergency service to private commercial and military aircraft is well above the mini mum requirement for a CAA com munications post Wilhelm said The present staff of the CAA office includes one maintenance man and five communicators who maintain 24hour watch The of fice provides 16 hours of weather while the weather lege romance that got its start when a blind honor law student bumped into a petite darkeyed coed from Israel And it was love he said at first sight After a courtship of only two months Burton Kolman 21 of Chicago and Anita Gubali 24 of near Tel Aviv Israel were married Tuesday night Both are law stu me he said I couldnt really see her of course but I knew from talking to her that she was beau tiful and intelligent I took her out 21 nights in a row and on the 22nd night I proposed Now I feel that if I had missed her I would have missed the whole world positions and five outposts Her Plans Disrupted Their marriage disrupted Miss Tuesday night Both are law stu Their marriage disrupted Miss i I dents at Chicagos DePaul UniverjGUbalis plans for a law career in VISninSKy sity Israel The daughter of a rabbi j Blinded in Baseball Game Kolman blinded four years ago in a baseball game told a news man he proposed to Miss Gubali three weeks after she stumbled into him and his seeing eye dog Chief in a university corridor It was love at first sight for Israel The daughter of a rabbi j there she came to the United MOSCOW States from England last year for r studies which she hoped would NEW YORK Vislnn locomotive ploughed into the studies vvhicii she nopea wouia wtv xunn of freight cars e lead to a juvenile court judgeship sky chief Russian delegate to the crewmen m the caboose saw tne Cations sailed on the passenger train in time and jump Elizabeth Wednesday en to safety in her homeland But now I dont know when I shall return she smiled When you are in love you cant control yourself United Queen route to Moscow He said he was rouie 10 v going home because his wife was Shelhorn and Fireman H W seriously ill there more Air Force funds came In aseries of questions bySens McClellan D Hill DAla and Chavez D N under prompting from Sen Symington former secre tary of the Air Force and Rep Yorty former Air Force Hungry Horse after the Emanuei Bloch officer Inthe course of the confused had strewn Go rotary plow down the mountainside last JANE RUSSELL DUE IN PARK The mountain scenery of Northwest Montana will be Boosted soon by the beauty of Jane Russell according to a report from Hollywood Miss Russell and John Wayne will be starred in The Silver Horde a Technicolor Alaskan adventure film to be shot in Glacier National Park according to Newsweek maga zine Park officials confirmed this week that at least two movies are scheduled to be filmed at the park Atom Spies Soy Deal Offered OSSINING N Y Atom spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg said Wednesday they were offered a deal by the government to spare their lives in return for a confes sion of spying The couple declared they spurned the deal and are prepar ed to rest their case with history even if it cost their lives in Sing Sing Prisons electric chair To Die June 18 They are scheduled to die the night of June 18 for conspiracy to betray Americas crets to Russia atom bomb se Although there have been past hints that the government is pre pared to make such a deal with the Rosenbergs this was the first time the couple had mentioned an out and out offer Their statement was issued by Allies Get New Letter From Reds MUNSAN Communists handed the Alliesa letter relating to the Korean armistice talks at a twominute meeting of liaison of ficers Wednesday The U N Com mand said its contents would re main secret An official spokesman said how ever a fullscale negotiating ses sion will be held on schedule at 11 a m Thursday 7 p m MST Wednesday after a nineday re cess The Reds were expected to an swer the latest Allied proposal for breaking the prisoner exchange deadlock last major barrier to a Korean truce Last Biff Roadblock Barring a last minute change Thursdays truce session will be secret Disposition of 48500 Allied cap tives who refuse to return to Com munism is the last big roadblock to a ceasefire in the nearly three yearold war The U N Command offered its proposal in a closed session May 25 and the contents never have been officially disclosed South Korean sources have divulged most of the plan however The talks then were recessed first at Allied request then at Red request indicating the Commu nists have given the offer serious study U SKorea Tensions The talks resume amid apparent ly easing tensions between the U N and South Korea which has bit who talked to them at the prison The Rosenbergs saidthey were visited Tuesday by Federal Prison Road crews on the east side of Director James V Bennett They Logan Pass are patching park labeled him an emissary of Atty roads ahd doing other maintenance Geri Herbert Brownell carrying work in preparation for summer the deal visitors expected to reach a record number this year had more not been than five More Optimistic meet iv Talbott placed Air Force strength session now at 106 wings of which 93 are operational He said this will climb to not less than 110 wings by July 10 not leab uidn ijw well in raiK aim iui of next year and 120 by December for city street repairs The meet Butte Trucking Strike Settled Postal Box Rates Hiked truck postal officials today affiliated with the Butte Teams ters Union returned to their jobs Wednesday following settlement of a week long strike Negotiating committees from the Union and the Silver Bow Employ ers Association reached terms Tuesday Terms of the settlement were not disclosed The strike began May 26 Special Council Meet Set Friday The Kalispell City Council will meet Monday night in a special office boxes will be raised effec tive July 1 The Quarterly rates for boxes now will be raised to for boxes to for boxes to for boxes to and for boxes to Also announced today were schedule changes for rural car riers These schedules will be 30 minutes later effective today to make sure all mail of trains com ing into this area goes out on the first possible delivery postal offi icials said terly denounced as a sellout1 theAllied offer Business will include calling for bids on digging a municipal water well in Depot Park and for gravel Foreign Exchange Canadian dollar in New York I open market per cent pre mium or 10G78VS U S cents up 1955 Delayed Spending Cited Aircraft procurement is still j scheduled toequip 143 Talbott continued saying this could be accomplished under thej reduced funds He explained it is not necessary to ask funds for that begins July 1 if they are ing will open at p m of a cent Great Britain pound up of a cent President to Make His 1st TV Report to the Nation Tonight later By dawn after a full night of to spent until more than a year bitter fighting the last Red had been knocked off the hill the Eighth Army said Fourth Counterattack It was the fourth time South Koreans had counterattacked in the Lukes Castle sector Ameri cans and ROKs stopped other Red forces which charged 11 main line ingtonbound Engineer Fireman Killed in Crash MANASSAS Va A Wash med into a standing freight train near this Northern Virginia town Wednesday killing two trainmen Ten passengers were shaken up The engineer and fireman of the Southern Railway diesel pas senger engine were crushed as the Killed were Engineer George A lett both of Alexandria Va WASHINGTON President Eisenhower makes his first televi sion report to the people at done and why in its first four months It is expected to touch also in sion report 10 me nv p m MST Wednesday apparently j more informal overthecoff ee JM eAnta rtr Tn0 Illffn to bear down on the idea that in such perilous times spending must cups some of the high spots of Eisenhowers radio ad SUCn peniOUS UlCS come down but not too much and dress to the nation on May 19 In taxes remain up Hnat broadcast he defended his Four cabinet members will be on military budget and called for tern tti ftf nwftcont tfiV the program too taking their cues from the President and from big printed cards outside camera range Goldfish Bowl Policy Reports were there might be some word on a new goldfish bowl policy of publicity for tax enforcement cases perhaps to em phasize that the administration is trying to clean up what Elsenhow er has called the mess in Wash ington But there were no advance signs the halfhour TV shew would pro duce any major announcements The White House says the program is intended largely to tell the peo ple what the administration has porary maintenance of present tax levels On Radio Too Alon with the President the program will star AttyGen Brownell Secretary of Agricul ture Benson Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey and Secretary of Health Education and Welfare Hobby While the show to pointed pri marily at TX with aH TV networks carrying it the radio networks al so arranged to give it a heavy play ABC and Mutual set up live broad casts to go simultaneously with the video presentation CBS planned to use a 7 p m MST and NBC at SouthKorea after boycotting the May a will attend Thursdays meeting in Panmunjom South Korean President Syng man Hhee after disclosing he re ceived a message from U S Presi dent Eisenhower told newsmen Tuesday he will cooperate with the U S at any cost But the fiery 78yearold leader reiterated he will insist that Chi nese forces withdraw from North Korea after an armistice A major point of the draft armistice al ready accepted by both sides al lows Chinese and U N troops to stay in Korea after an armistice Give Reds 90 Days The U N plan South Korean informants said provides that the 48500 balky prisoners be turned over to a fivenation neutral com mission At that time the Reds would be given 90 days to try to con vince the captives to return home Those POWs still refusing repatri ation would be handed over to a postwar political conference for disposition Churchill Opens Minister Meet LONDON Minister Churchia opened a sixday con ference of British commonwealth prime ministers Wednesday with a general review Jf world affairs and a detailed analysis of East West relations Qualified sources said Churchill hoped to win the unreserved sup port of Britains eight common wealth partners for his project to bring about an early top level meeting of the big powers The Prime Minister evidently believes he will then be in a position to speak with greater authority when he meets President Eisenhower and the French premier in muda late this month Reaction Not Known Churchill was understood to dwelt in his address on the various ways he thinks EastWest politics tension can be relaxed and how an easement in the world situation might benefit the commonwealths economic position The nature of the common wealth leaders reaction to Church ills remarks was not immediately disclosed Each arranged to reply at length A few hours before the confer ence began Soviet Ambassador Jacob Malik called at No 110 Downing Street the prime minis ters official residence Malik was cheered by a big sightseeing crowd outside V A   

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