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   Daily Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1953, Kalispell, Montana                             Partly cloudy with a few scat tered showers over the mountains this afternoon Generally fair and little cooler tonight Increasing cloudiness Wednesday with a few High today 75 Low to night near 40 High tomorrow near 70 Sunset tonight Sunrise tomorrow THE 46TH YEAR MO 31 KALISPELL MONTANA TUESDAY JUNE 16 1953 5 CENTS MontwWi Own Newspaper Poland Offers Hospital Construction To Give Asylum Passes Halfway Mark To Rosenbergs WASHINGTON ff Attorney for Julius and Ethel Rosenber pressed doggedly ahead with lastditch legal maneuver Tuesday while the husbandwife team o atom spies appealed anew to Pres ident Eisenhower to save them from the electric chair There was sparring too in the international propaganda arena Polands Communistrun govern ment offered to give asylum to the Rosenbergs if the United States would let them go to Poland A State Department spokesman denounced the proposal as an im pertinence He said there would not even be an answer to the Polish note delivered to iean embassy in Warsaw The Rosenbergs nativeborn American citizens were convicted of stealing atomic secrets for Com munist Russia They are under sen tence to die in New Yorks Sing Sing Prison Thursday night Their chief attorneyEmmanuel H Bloch visited them at theprison Tuesday and got their signatures to a new clemency petition to the President We Are Innocent We are innocent the petition says They have maintained inno cence all along Eisenhower turned down one re quest for clemency last February Bloch took the Rosenbergs two young sons Michael 10 and Rob by 6 to see their parents Bar ring some event to stop the execu tion it was the last moment to gether for the parents and chil dren As Bloch got the Rosenbergs signature to the petition other at Construction work on the new Flathead County Hospital south east of Kalispell is more than half way toward completion according to Architect Fred A Brinkman A total of 68 per cent of the money earmarked for construction lias been paid out he said Three main contracts were let torneys were at the Supreme Court building here seeking an order from Jusice William P Douglas to hold up the execution pending further efforts to get a review oi the trial Boycott Set Up BEIRUT Lebanon Leb anese Cabinet voted Monday night to establish an office to organize a boycottof foreign companies have branches in Israel LION ESCAPES LIONS COOL MOOSE JAW Saskatchewan W Goldie the lioness got lose the midst of a Lions picnic And everyone kept right on eating except Goldie The big during the past year has mauled a girl and ripped an arm off her trainer slipped out of her cage in the wild animalpark just as 300 delegates to a dis trict convention of Lions In ternational were sitting down in the parks picnic grounds Perspiring officials broad cast a warning over the public address system and finally headed Goldie back into her cage after she had roamed free nearly 15 minutes But the Lions never budged They thought the warning was just another convention gag for the cpnstruction on the hos pital W L Graham was awarded the contract for the primary con struction work Kalispell Plumb ing and Heating will install the wajer and heating systems and POulson Electric received the tract for the installation of thej were shot to death Prison Riot Ringleaders Shot to Death SANTA FE routin was reestablished at New Mexico state prison Tuesday after a short lived riot in which two ringleader Chinese Attackers Take Finger Ridge Regional Solans Split in Senate WASHINGTON W Following is the vote by Colorado Wyoming and Montana senators Monday when the Senate defeated by a 38 38 tie an amendment by Sen Rus sell DGa to the Agriculture Ap propriations Bill to raise from million to million the author ization for soil conservation pay ments Republicans against the amend ment included Barrett Wyo and wiring and lighting systems Surplus Expected Grahams contract amounted t of which ha been paid out to date The electri contract was bid at o which has been paid ou and a total of has been paid on the plumbing and heating contract which amounts to 251 The total amount of all contracts is which is paid from bond issue voted by the countys taxpayers A surplus o about is expected after the hospital has been constructed am equipped Brinkman said Work Remaining Work remaining to be done on ihe building includes the installa tion of doors window sash cabi nets floors heating units light fixtures arid the elevator At pres ent the plastering of the interior s being completed and the paint ing will be started soon The job meets all requirements ror theState Board o Health and las been certified as a hospital and mme for the aged Brinkman said Rebellious convicts held Deputj Warden Ralph Tahash and 21 oth er guards hostage for houre Monday before Tahash got hold of a revolver and a carbine as state police stormed the prison hospital Tahash whose ouster the rebels demanded because he was too tough then shot Homer Lee Gos sett a life termer and Adolf o Ben evidez of Albuquerque N M The riot started in the early morning hours with the rebels complaining about Tahash and the rison food It reached a climax as State Po ice Chief Joe Roach followed by other officers stormed thehos pltal No formal order was issued for TopLevel Truce Meet Set Tonight MUNSAN UP Top level truce egotiators meet in Panmunjom in few hours for a fateful session hich could pave the way to a uick end of nearly three years o ghting in Korea The meeting was set for 11 a m ednesday 7 p m MST It was requested by the U N ommand even as fresh Chinese egiments hammered weakened Al ed lines on the East Central ont j Not Through Yet j Approval of an armistice agree jment by the negotiators would pre jcede the official signing by top imilitary commanders of both sides Staff officers who have been putting the finishing touches on an armistice since June 10 will meet after the top brass session the U N Command said indicating they are not through with their work One group has been reporte drafting a detailed plan for ex changing prisoners of war Anothe group has been drawing a line o contact which has changed almos continually along a 40mile secto where U S and South Korea troops battled perhaps 40000 Reds TheU N Command said Wed nesdays session will be secret a 11 meetings have been since May 5 Teach ROKs a Lesson Two Communist news correspon ents at Panmunjom said the big ed offensive was ordered tc teach the ROKs a lesson They he combatlike attack by state po ice Gov Edwin L Mechem a ormer FBI agent held a confer nce with Roach Mechem later aid I told Roach if it was me Id ake the strong bird first I turned round and he was gone The first hing I knew they had the hos ital Describes Shooting Cell Block 2 then was cleared in lort order When police stormed the hos pital Tahash was inside He de scribed his action which ended in the death iOf Gossett I went into the room where the convicts were When the guard Gossett was holding as hostage lunged away to one side I shot Gossett in the throat I think he was killed instantly Then I shot the other man State police passed Tahash a re volver and later a carbine after Millikin Democrats for included Johnson Colo and Mansfield No vote was listed for Hunt D Wyo and Murray President Signs Million Bill For Timber Access Rood Work Red Planes Hit Kimpo Seoul SEOUL Communist planes bombed Kimpo Airfieldand Seouls port of Inchon Tuesday night and early Wednesday touch ing off huge fires visible for 40 miles The fire raged through a fuel dump at Inchon It was the biggest Communist air raid of the war on Seouls environs The Fifth Air Force said an un determined number of bombs were dropped iiiiuucuus ana oiner restram While antiaircraft fire roared ing devices He escaped the chair South Korean opposition to the impending truce Seven thousand women paraded through Seoul under banners read ing your skirt belts and spring up Give us death if not unification But there was no resumption of the angry anti ruce demonstrations which flared through South Korea last week Dulles Warning Hopes were high for an armis tice within a matter of days bul U S Secretary of State Dulles warned that the bigscale Com munist offensive could become serious obstacle to a truce Dulles said in Washington Mon day that Commandisnegotiating with the Reds on the assumption hat an armistice isby no means assured And he warned that z etdown by U N forces before a CIRCUS CLOWNSTwo of the clowns scheduled to appear in Kali spell July 24 and 25 at the Flathead Shrine Club circus seem to an ticipate a good time Underprivileged children from all parts of the county will be given a free day at the circus financed by the Shrine Club s sale of tickets to local business and professional people Flathead Shriners to Sponsor Bailey Bros Circus July 2425 Flathead Valley youngsters will much of the old circus tradition et their first chance to see ajremain according to Shrine bfft Shrine circus here this summer jcials Included will be trained ani officers of the Flathead Shrine imals funny clowns trapeze per Club announced today The Shrine Circus produced by formers jugglers wire walkers Red Forces Break Through Roll South SEOUL big Chinese offensive overwhelmed F ijn g e r Ridge western anchor of the flam ing 50mile front in eastern Korea Tuesday and rolled on south The weight of the drive which has hurled back the South Kore ans east of the Pukhan River was shifted suddenly westward Nearly 6000 Chinese Reds hit Finger Ridge scene of bitter fight ling last fall The ridge was lost by noon Heedless of Losses Then the Chinese surged on south toward the Kyoam mountain complex The Communist onslaught was pressed against the ridge line de spite a furious rain of bombs and flaming napalm from about 500 planes The Chinese apparently bent on gaining vital heights before an ar mistice drove into the teeth of Al lied artillery and small arms fire They appeared heedless of losses The South Koreans to the east alongthe Pukhan River had only just dug into new positions after being thrown back two miles by the 30000man Chinese offensive Rhee Flies to Front On their east flank about 750 Chinese Reds drove South Kore ans from seven positions near Christmas Hills Syngman Hhee 78yearold pres ident of South Korea made a fly ing twohour visit to the blazing onade Jailey Bros will put on its show July 24 and 25 in front of keeping with the universal grandstand at the Flathead Countyipractice of the Shrines members Fairgrounds according to the anof the Flathead ShrineClub in tend to bring bus loads of chil dren from every town and hamlet in the entire valley for a free day at the circus with special atten tion going to orphans and other cotton candy peanuts and red Central Front to confer with his embattled army commanders He fry it Gen Taylor U S Eighth nouncement Bailey Bros the oldest active name in the outdoor show world will be making its 47th annual our this season with more than 75 per cent of its engagements un der the sponsorship of the Shrine or other Masonic orders Shrine to Fete Kids underprivileged groups Block Ticket Sales A campaign is now under way to sell blocks of tickets to busines While the show this year professional people through been revamped and streamlined jout the area Profits of the ven to keep pace with modern trends ruce is signed could mean defeat and disaster The South Korean governments Adiei a caroijie aiLer guvmuineni5 Gossett tossed a tear gas bomb at information office said 500 anti Korean prison Tahash Tahash threw it back and state police handed him the weap ons through a barred window as about 25 convicts retreated The death of Gossett known as ers of war staged antitruce dem onstrations in a camp near Inchon Monday and Tuesday The an nouncement said U S guards a Houdini among convicts camejquieted the demonstrations with n the penitentiary he once termedtear gas and by shooting blank hick prison which couldnt cartridges Youth Charged With Murder MILES CITY 19yearold Miles City youth has been charged with firstdegree murder in the slaying of a wealthy Miles City ranches Custer County Attorney James P Lucas Monday entered thej ture will be assigned to the Flat head Shrine Club General Fund to be used mostly for local Shrine charities and activities with a por tion going to the help and relief of crippled children the para jmount project of the Shrine on a jglobal scale Members of the Flathead Shrine Club serving on the circus com mittee include Ralph Sleator gen eral chairman Dick Donaldson Kalispell Lyman Olliver White fish and Chet Sejinour Columbia Falls cochairmen hold me He A for the U N President Eisenhower Monday bill appropriating five million dollars for construction and repair of timber access roads in Montana and Idaho Approval of funds is expected to push construction of approximately 125 miles of timber access roads in Flathead to remove 854 million feet of spruce bark beetle infested miles of road which will extend the road o Big Creek Motorists Cautioned Flathead National Forest offi cials cautioned motorists that al though theNorth Fork road is open to the public heavy activity and the amount of logging do not make for pleasant driving conditions and travel is not encouraged and crackled sky the lowflying planes methodically dropped their bombs One bomb found its mark on the petroleum oil and lubrication dump in the Inchon vicinity Leap ing flames from the fire lighted Seoul 20 miles to the east An timber Designed for early removal infested timber the roads includ ed in 12 projects were planned this spring with expenditures ex pected to reach Only One Started Only one project has been start ed Nielson Smith of Great Falls awarded a contract for 395 miles of North Fork River Road have Fork River Allied officer said the fire burn for a couple of days will early this year when a jury rec ommended his second life term for the slaying of Prison Guard File mon Ortiz Tahash was named to his post only a few weeks ago to lead a crackdown in the prison His ap pointment followed last Decem bers riot and criticism of the pris on administration by legislative in vestigators ders report of any disor 28 and charged Foreign Exchange fin m JSTsw York open market per cent prenended soon after Jflrvis was found mium or 10043 U S cents off in his Miles City home by a room charge against Don Discon It is the second murder charge to be filed in connection with the bludg eoned death of 68yearold Sam I Jarvis last Wednesday Lucas also revised a murder I against Richard Casey 29 to read firstdegree HemingwayLeaves On Trip to Africa KEY WEST Fla murder Also held in connection with the slaying are Caseys brother Robert Dan Gieb 29 They are with being accessories after the fact of murder Lucas said the four were appre ingway is going to Africa to collect material for more books He stopped over here Monday and told a reporter he is going to South Tanganyika Kenya and Southern Rhodesia His home is in Cuba Army commander South Korean commanders open ly labeled the Communist drive political designed to prepare the way for a postarmistice inva sion of South Korea by the Reds Exacting Heavy Toll Other Allied officers speculated the Communists want a final pres tige victory or to push the truce line southward The Pukhan Front is some 25 miles north of Parallel 38 prewar boundary of North and South Korea Only at the extreme east end of the battle line are U N forces farther north Whatever the Reds motive the action was exacting a heavy toll The U S Eighth Army reported the Communists suffered their heaviest losses since October in the week ended lolled or wounded Clucas Says Hes Ready to Testify MUNICH Germany M Clucas information officer at the U S Consulate General here said Tuesday he is ready to testify before Sen Joseph McCarthys in vestigations subcommittee inWash ington Ciucas name was mentioned Monday in a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing and McCarthy instructed an aide to have him brought to Washington for heap ing of a cent Great Britain pound unchanged Margaret Truman Embattled 42nd Street Males End Strike After Compromise road the Whale Creek Road Tepee Creek Hay CreekShorty Creek Route Cole Creek Road in North Fork area Talley LakeBrush Creek Road Good Creek Road Lost Creek Road and Griffin with the man has signed a new contract Death of Youth 15 Ruled Accidental BILLINGS Cf A sixman cor oners jury agreed Monday that the gunshot death of Bernard Strait signed a new rrmtrart AI T n gunsnot cleatn of Bernard National BrdadcTsaS AIa flEvery road conductor spearheaded the 15 Billings was accidental happy out on 42nd Street He started picketing the Coroner Boice said Company for nine radio and happy out 42nd Street He started picketing tbej Coroner Mel Boice said Strait vision performances North The embattled males Monstrce beanng a sign which stated died June 8 of a 22 cal bullet The company announced Monday a compromise rfUsbands wound in the forenead started clearing and grading will be opened June 24 at Missoui la for Hie nevt section which willi carry the road to Big Creek rang er station The Bureau of Public Roads will open bids June 30 for construction of the third leg calling for im provement of an additional 26 pell Also Swan Lake Read onjseasbn the south side of Swan Lake and Kraft Creek Road further up the dent Truman will have singingand weeklong strike by the husbands Will You Be Montanas 100th Highway Fatality of the Year HELENA record jis the nephew of C W Roath ol busting highway death toll hov ered at 100 Tuesday Who will be No 100 Creston who left today for For syth after learing of the The 20yearold youth was alone i i youui was ai As the 19o2 toll was mounting when the acddent occurred fin o an alltime record 243 the 100th dead did not occur until July 16 The death of Larry Willard iRoath of Forsyth Monday shot the aiuiwcwiuiig suine ay me nusoauas in of Kalisguest star roles during the 195354 Under the agreement the hus Compromise Set Up head Yew of Swan Lake to head of is not part of the Swan River Highway scheduled under a different program and nearing completion by Union Con struction Co Todays Chuckle bands will continue turning their They demanded that their wives paychecks over to their wives Inquit forcing husbands to cut the return the wives agreed to on hot days paint the porch I heard a new one the other day I wonder if I told it to you Is it funny Yes Then you havent j with Strait at the time that he fired the fatal shot time The mishap occurred he said as S Highway 1012 about 12 miles west of Miles City Dies of Injuries Mrs Victoria LaRoque about U r VII IIUJ off on demands that their mates and spank the baby do some of the household chores The wives refused to get up and cook breakfast The compromise permits the Glasgow hospital from injuries suffered in an accident Sunday i night She was the second victim whicn involved shooting in the di1 There has been an average of Of the mishap on U S 2 about the three boys played a game One a Day rection of each oilier Hailed as Salvation of Bichtw said f CiiiiJiQ MIC Mayor James V Morgan hailedjmen to wait for the coolof the eve he settlement as the salvation of ning before mowing the lawn It the very foundation of BiFmingjalso allows the males to go fish jing as often as they like Wives railimay go along if they keep quiet home Jim Caldwell 53yearold Headed Home SINGAPORE U S destroyers the Trathen Black and here Tues day en route home after four months in Korean waters her one traffic fatality every da ysince two miles west jJune 6 Only on June 8 and 10 did Sheriff B E line state escape a fatality mother Mrs Wiwul j Since last Thursday II people 55 also of Wolf Point was killed have died from highway crashes when the car in which they were mother Mrs William Hunt about Eoath the son of Rosebud Coun ty Agent Harley Roath was appar ently killed instantly when his car and a trailer truck collided said the State Highway Patrol Roatb passengers left the highway at a curve It hurtled 30 and crashed into a creek bank Tw i men were injured in the acctient See early story page   

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