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Daily Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1953, Kalispell, Montana KT r VTv T t v i j Partly cloudy late this afternoon tonight possibly a light show er or two in area this evening Frir day mostly fair with little tem perature change Low tonight 35 High Friday 70 High yesterday 71 low last night 36 Sunset sunrise Xoure set voure safe youre sure With Prestone AntiFreeze Pd Adv THE DAILY INTER LAKE 46TH YEAR NO 135 Hungry Horse Dam Put to Work Today HUNGRY HORSE switch that set the generators Hungry Horse Dam on the Soiitnj turning this morning signaled the Fork of Flathead River buckled final end of an era that brought down to worktoday in a big waythousands of persons from all over At 8 am a switch was thrown the nation to build Hungry Horse at the power plant Dam Then the dam almost five years abuilding began putting gut 140 000 kilowatts of power to meet the demand from the Pacific Northwests industries Started Early This Year Actually the structure which tcwers almost dOO feet above the river in a narrow mountain chan 11 t VVJi IA L tOlMCJlt nel has been m the power bustEisenhower moveA through the ness since early this year But upper Mmie West today with as todays switchthrowing meant the surance for two ohio audiences start of big operations for the that war fe not just around the MONTANA THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 1953 SCENTS President Sees No War Soon DEFIANCE O Hungry Horse project The bonneville Power Admin istrations Kalispell office saidj To a trainside crowd at Willari that not only will the dam genOhio the President bound for crate 140000 kilowatts for theja big farm policy speech in Kanj Northwest Power Pool this City Mo tonight solemnly ter but it will also enable other predicted that the United States dams downstream on the Colum1 could successfully produce a bia River system to generate situation in which we can other 500000 kilowatts Along the Flathead River farm ers watched for signs of a rise BY AT OTHER Reds Get Only 10 POWs Back in the stream The BPA expected have peace Pays Tribute To Taft Later at Defiance Ohio laying a fourfoot rise from current the cornerstone for a new library power operations but didnt say at the Defiance College the Pres how long it would take the Flatident said there could be no val head to reach its new level Theiidity of international agreements rise in the river is not expected to cause any trouble to nearby farms i unless they were based on know ledge of the people Buck Deer Season Opens The foothills around Flathead County resounded with the roar of deer rifles this morning as the season on buck deer opened Fewer hunters than expected were out at down today accord ing to game wardens Many are waiting for the first snow to make hunting easier or are busy hunting elk Some 616 elk hunters had checked in at Coram and Hungry While the big dam stepped up particular tribute to the late Sen I At Defiance the President paid Horse last night to nunt in the its operations it still is turning out only about half its rated cap acity The four generators have a potential of 285000 kilowatts of power To Stabilize Output Working Hungry Horse Dams power output into the Northwest picture is a complicated operation During the winter months when stream flow on the Columbia is at its low point Hungry Horse will deliver power to other North west But next summer when the Columbia has a high flow there should be a surplus downstream to take care of Montana needs This giveandtake operation is one of the main purposes of Hun gry Horse Dam It will stabilize the power output along the Col umbia River system When the big generators locat ed at the foot of the dam stepped up speed this morning they did more than turn electricity for a powerhungry Northwest They also closed a period of dam con struction that started back in 1948 Robert A Taft Old Friendship The President stopped at De fiance out of longstanding friend ship for Kevin McCann president of the college McCann was one of the presidents campaign ad visors in 1952 Mr Eisenhower when he was president of Colum bia University in 1950 recommen ded McCann for appointment to the presidency of the small lib eral arts college here QuestionKidnapers About KANSAS CITY Mo allnight ban keeping newsmen out of the Jackson County jailwas lifted today but federal authorities South Fork area Other hunters had to work today and a big turn out is expected Sunday Peer Population Large The countys deer population is quite large this year game wardens said and the animals are in good shape A large kill is expected this year especially since the last 15 days of the season will be open to deer of both sexes Poaching and spotlighting of deer during the past few months has been relatively light wardens said because of the increase in the number of game wardens on duty and the cooperation of the farmers and ranchers in the area who report any violations they en counter Safety Stressed Safe practices in hunting were perform after downing a deer is to tag it No excuses will be accepted Judge Studies Manslaughter Charge Plea District Judge Dean King today took under advisement an appli cation for a suspended sentence by Olaf Louis Holman 18 of Sisseton 5 D Holman pleaded guilty yesterday 0 a charge of involuntary man in connection with the death of Kenneth Ray Rock 25 in Kalispell Sept 26 At this mornings hearing facts of the case were reviewed by Hol mans attorney and County Attor ney Ed Schroeter Holman was placed on the stand and was ques tioned by both attorneys Present in the courtroom were BOBO LIVES DAYTODAY NEW Bobo Rockefeller may be a millionairess in her own name any minute but she insists that right now she is just struggling along from day to day on her monthly al lowance All signs continue to point to a whopping divorce settlement the biggest ever recorded for Bobo and her son Winthrop Jr 5 But she angrily denies that she has agreed to anything Nothing is settled the pretty coal miners daughter said late yesterday This whole thing has upset me and my son too I dont even have any future plans to announce I just live from day to day this year for not tagging your Holmans family from South Da nppr deer gamewardens said Be careful of cigarets and match es in the woods Prevent forest fires Dont Get Lost stressed again this year by game Keep your bearings If you get into another drainage and lose School Census Being Taken Information for this years school census for Kalispell and bWI4MJ OUHUJJ lLJCi t excluded all but official personnel I suroundlng areas has been gather f rom the section holding kidnapers the past month by Carl Austin Hall and Bonnie wolpen maklng calls Heady The guard was increased around the separate cells of the kidnapers In the last five years tinhatted on the llth floor of the courthouse workmen engineers in khaki building pants and shirtsleeved construc tion bosses have made the area hum with activity Boom Days Gone Two construction towns Martin City and Hungry Horse Village grew up within a few miles ol the high structure Trainloads oj cement rolled onto a nearby sid ing and big trucks carried load after load of gravel to the scene Huge overhead cranes carried con crete to the river bed The boom town days began to end last year when major work Imer May Have Set New Record MESPULA UP Montana State University halfback Dick Imer may have set a new national Deputies reported the two pris oners slept most of the night The night before and all day yesterday FBI agents working in shifts in terrogated Hall and Mrs Heady in an inside office using lie detec tors Agents were expected to resume the intense questioning today in an effort to crack the secret of the missing ransom money at homes in School District 5 Included in the census are the names and ages of all children in local families The information ob jtained by the census is to be used in making plans for future officials Hunters in the area should observe a few common sense rules they said These rules include Make sure of what youre shoot ing at take sound shots at noises in the brush Shoot only when you have good visibility Early morning and late evening light is treacherous to shoot by The first act a hunter should Tito Aide Raps Soviet Move BELGRADE Yugoslavia One of President Titos top aides today denounced Soviet interven tion in the Trieste dispute as anti Western tension eased in this dis turbed capital Mosa Pijade vice president of Yugoslavias federal executive council said in an article in Pol itka that Russias note protesting the U SBritish award of Triestes Zone A to Italy is neither in the interests of Yugoslavia nor of the Trieste population First Pronouncement school buildings equip PJiades denunciation was the your way avoid panic Get on a stream and follow it down You will always come on a road Men frequently become like wild ani mals when they are lost losing even the power of speech Always keep your party inform ed of any changes in plans Many hunters reported as lost are merely visiting with another hunter in the area Report any illegally killed game or violations of game laws you see or hear about Game laws are meant to protect and preserve the sport of hunting and every hunter should be con cerned iwilh itheir enforcement explained Y Violations may be reported to the following game wardens or to the Kalispell city police Eoss Wil son 5566 Larry Deist 5807 and Ed Pope Protests Red Persecutions VATICAN CITY UP Pope kota In taking the matter under ad visement Judge King called atten tion to the fact that Holmans edu cation had stopped after the sixth grade An eighth grade education should be required of everyone driving a car Judge King said These people are dangerous What are we going to do each time Just let them go Judge King gave no indication as to when he would pass sentence Solon to Query German Expert NEW YORK Joseph RI McCarthy RWis announced tciday he iirtiuldquestion aGerman scientist who disclosed that the Communists were in possession of topsecret United States radar doc uments The scientist fled a Russian lab oratory in East Germany and Mc Carthy said he would question him as soon as arrangements are made phjMous troops French Launch LandSeaAttack HANOI INDOCHINA UP Thousands of French and loya IndoChinese troops slashed into Communist lines today in a land sea attack patterned on Gen Douglas MacArthurs famous ens run at Inchon The offensive biggest of the eightyear Indochina war was de signed to annihilate Bed troops concentrated south of this vital capital While strong French ground forces drove south on a 62mile front amphibious forces smashed ashore at Ninb Binh 50 miles south of here to cut the Com munists off from reinforcements or retreat Front reports at noon today said the pincer attack is proceeding as planned The ground forces bad encountered virtually no re sistance and no serious setbacks had been reported by the am with the Army to bring him here rom West Germany Vital to Probe The landing at Ninh Binh was covered by fighter bombers talked the former U S aircraft carrier Indian Guards ForceAntiReds Into Interviews PANMUNJOM Korea UP Heavily armed Indian guards forced antiRed Chinese sitdown strikers to attend the first Com munist lectures today but the pris oners rejected repatriation in over whelming numbers For seven hours the violently antiCommunist war prisoners of he Allies refused to leave their compounds They came out quietly when they were told their Indian guards would use force if neces sary The Indians carrying rifles and swinging nightsticks herded the iirst group of 2241S prisonersinto the miniature tent city built by American engineers on an around heclock schedule Only 10 Swayed Only 10 of the 500 Chinese inter viewed by Communist political of icers today decided to return to Red rule The others held firm to heir anttCommunist stand The Neutral Nations Repatria ion Commission said 1000 North Coreans will Be interviewed by Communist explainers tomor ow The U N has not announced when it will start interviewing 23 Americans one British and 335 outh Korean prisoners who have enounced democracy Lt Gen K S Thimayya Indian chairman of the Neutral Nations epatriation Commission had uled thatprisoners must attend explanations but had remarked that his guards make the men listen Correct Observation Thimayya was correct in making us observation Many of the Chinese not only re fused to listen to the Communist wooing but also sang shouted and danced up and down on the wood en floors of the tents while the Todays Chuckle Judge Do you realize that by leaving your wife you are a de serter Defendant If you knew that woman as I do you wouldnt call me a deserter youd call me a ment and teachers This census is important to the school district in providing a re liable source of data concerning the report was vital to his Senate permanent investigations subeom rowful and firm protest againstimittees investigation of alleged actions taken by Polands Commuespionage at the Army Signal nist government against the Ro Corps radar laboratories at For The Wisconsin Republican Lafayette man Catholic Church In a message to the Catholic mission Sunday Yugoslav governments first officiergyj cial pronouncement on the SovietOct 18 Pope also especially I deplored the persecution of clergy note The Russian protest to London school population distribution iniand Washington called the Zone A the various areas of the city andjecision whlch the school district D P Lang bell superintendent of Kalispell city schools said Included in the District 5 census are areas within the city one and onehalf miles north of the city eaist to the Stillwater River west on TwoMile and ThreeMil e Drives and south of the city lim its to four corners The school trustees would ap preciate calls from anyone not evoke new difficulties in this area of Europe It also said the decision was a honor betrayal of the peace treaty which stipulated that Trieste should re main a free territory men in the Far East and most par ticularly in Communist China He said these victims of Commu nism had been entered in the golden book of the churchs roll Trend Seen Assistant Named BUTTE S District At Monmouth N J The scientist who was working on radar research at the Paran laboratory in East Germany told Air Force Intelligence that the Communists were using documents from Evans laboratory at Fort Monmouth McCarthy said Has Serial Numbers The senator said the scientist took refuge in West Germany about 16 months ago He said the scientist was reported to have se rial numbers of the documents and details of their contents in his pos session but Ive been told there Observers regarded Pijades artorney Rrest Cyr of Missoula has are some discrepancies in the se ticle as a reflection of Yugoslav announced appointment of Frank rial numbers as compared to the desire to remain on friendly terms with the West already contacted who has infor InNew York Russias Andrei Y mation to report for the census yardage record according to MSU athletjp officials Imer is credited with gaining 221 yards in the MontanaDenver V game last Saturday University statues said they believed the previous record in modem football Jf4 yards WMflnisaed But the Langbell said Those wishing to report data needed for the census may call 4788 or 5159 was the Natlons Security Council Winston Churchill Awarded Nobel Prize for Literature STOCKHOLM Sweden UP to receive the prize from The coveted Nobel prize for literaKing Gustav Adolf on Dec 10 ture was awarded today to British Cnurchill the first active states Prime Minister Winston Churchill who is credited with mobilizing the English language during World War II It was an open secret that the man to be chosen for the award received the prize for his war me moirs The Second World War whose five volumes bear such elo quent titles as The Gathering Storm Volume Thei Finest M Kerr of Butte to his staff Kerr a 1953 graduate of the missing ones McCarthy said Air Force Intelli State University law school willigence officers were inclined to work in the Butte office discredit the scientists story nationalization of Trieste The veteran Kremlin diplomat had ready for consideration by the 11nation council a resolution which would reopen the longstale mated question of appointment of a governor for Trieste in accord ance with the terms of the Italian peace treaty NixonsBegin6Day Visit in Australia SYDNEY Australia President and Mrs Richard M 78yearold Churchill who has Volume The GrandjNixon arrived today for a sixday icated his remaining years to the Alliance Thevisit land down under cause of world peace would have Hinse of Fate Volume IV andshortlv Britain exploded its j preferred the Nobel peace prize Worth But he was genuinely moved friends said when informed of his Triumph and Tragedy Volume Top War Correspondent Churchills fame in statescraft selection for the worlds highest tended to obscure his remarkable literary distinction Churchills choice by the Swed sh Academy of Literature over such contenders as Americas Er nest Hemingway is worth n prize money j writing talents but he was even his time and author of several bril liant books on military campaigns Sir Arthur Conan Doyle creator of Sherlock Holmes was one of his The designation was made a admirers and considered Church second atom bomb on the Aus tralian desert A Laborite senator charged in the Senate at Canberra that Aus tralia was being made a laughing stock because the American vice president was surrounded by a gestapo bodyguard of security po lice The senator asked that the gov ernment release Nixon from his bureaucratic leg irons But the Senate president ruled the speak ers remarks were offensive and when it was handed over to the French British Blast SecondABomb WOOMERA Australia Britain touched off today its sec ond atomic explosion which sent a whirling brown cloud two to three miles above the Australian desert The atomic utility weapon be lieved to be an atom bomb ex ploded with a blinding flash on a steel tower at the desolate Woo mera rocket range It was the first British atomic explosion on a land site and was less powerful than the atomic blast in a British warship off the Monte Bello islands last year which va porized the vessel American observers were exclud ed from the test which was wit nessed only by British and Aus ralian newsmen in addition to au thorized scientific and military ex perts However two American B One prisoner tried to flee but In dian guards overepowered him and forced him into a tent Another Chinese refused to sit in front of the Communist explainer as or dered and stood with his back to ward the officer hands on hip The 10 prisoners who decided to go back to communism left their tents through speciallyprepared exits They made their decision after the Communists and neutral Red and Allied observers left the men alone to think it over BensonDefends Farm Policies KANSAS CITY MO OJP Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T Benson said today the Eisenhower administration has acted prompt ly to meet the twin problems of falling farm prices and mounting surpluses and promised that ws shall continue to meet them head on He defended administration farm policies in a speech prepared for delivery before this National 29 flying laboratories were used as Convention of the Future Farmers month earlier than usual to enable ills resonant prose among the I should be deleted from the official Churchill to come to Stockholm in most expressive of the day i record SHOOTING INCIDENTDepnty Sheriff Sylvan Walter and Mrs Ed ward Hagestad inspect a bullet hole in the Hagestads window at their home in the Phillips Addition east ot Kalispell The shot was fired by an unknown perse n late last night The sheriffs office to investigating the incident Inter Lake Staff Photo weather planes The successful atomic blast was expected to reinforce British de mands for AngloAmerican shar ing of atomic knowledge E German Unions Fire AntiReds BERLIN UP Nine leaders were fired from the central coun cil of the East German metal workers union today at the start of a purge of Soviet zone trade The official Communist trade union newspaper Tribuene said the nine leaders including former un ion chairman Hans Schmidt were dismissed for opportunism fol lowingJune 17 the day workers started their revolt against the East German government Altogether 5000000 members were being investigated in a new attempt to oust any antiCommu t rebels and leaders of the re sistance movement j of America President Eisenhower will address the convention to night Benson spoke as some Republi can political strategists were in terpreting the partys surprise de feat in Wisconsins special con gressional election this week asa sign of farm belt dissatisfaction with his policies particularly his reported plan to seek major changes in the present high farm price support law which expires next year The agriculture secretary did not say what kind of farm pro gram the administration will of fer to Congress next year but he made it clear that he sees plenty of room for improvement in the present law which requires the government to support basic crops at 90 per cent of parity Our most pressing immediate problems concern of farm prices and off decline in foreign and ex cess stocks of some tarn pro ducts he told the Future Fann ers
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