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   Daily Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1953, Kalispell, Montana                             rair Mostly clear today and tonlgnt I Partly cloudy tomorrow Low to night 25 High tomorrow 52 High pyesterday 52 low last night 31 fc18 Inch precipitation Sunset THE DAILY INTER LAKE with Tmcaco Call Clir Strriet 4321 Siaapil Pd AUV 46TH YEAR NO 158 KALISPEU MONTANA WEDNESDAY 11 1953 SCENTS rt Ike Doesnt Like ST Subpoena Army Chief Sets Armistice Theme WASHINGTON Harold H Velde of the House UnAmerican Activities Committee said to day he plans to go ahead with his calling o President Harry S Truman in the Harry Dexter White case WASHINGTON President Eisenhower said todaj he feels the House UnAmerican Activities WASHINGTON UP Army al states and civic leaders made fa M t h subpoenaed Harry S Truman and that he Secretary Robert T Stevens said speeches m i o Qnmo today that only through unre At Carlyle Maj Gen Wildes not believe Mr Truman knowingly narbored a Soviet milling struggle can man achieve Ham F Dean of Korean war fame spy in the U S government his dream of freedom and lasting was honored at a public celebra Mr Eisenhower also said at his news conference that he peace ticn and dedication of a suspenpersonally believes the UnAmerican Activities Committee should not have subpoenaed Supreme Court Justice Tom C if the free world is to enjoy sion bridge S mmtaTnf stS laidTS enough to maintain it he said tomb of the in his name thetS for testimony in the Harry Dexter White case Unknown Soldier SOUTH FORK County Deputy Sheriff Sylvan Wai ter examines the automobile in which Oscar VVilford Now man 54 of Somers was fatally inured yesterday 17 miles up the South Fork road from Martin City Nowman a Forest Service cook was trans ferring his belongings from the Betty Creek work center to the Cor am Ranger Station when his car struck an empty logging truck on a curve Driver of the truck was Benedict Stoltz 27 of Columbia Falls Inter Lake Staff Photo I symbol of the thousands of Am Arlington Ceremonies ericans who died in Stevens spoke at Armistice Day end all wars Leads 3 to 1 MANIILA UP Husky Ra mon Magsaysay46 popular for CarTruck Smash GOP Wins Out Kills Somers Manln MIGHT BE CALLED OF the war to The Presidents fears of some Republican strategists that the Truman subpoena might boomerang ceremonies in the amphitheater at Frances Ambassador Henri the possibility that the starstudded com the case might be caUedoft known Soldier of World War I ped up to the tomb to lay their Although he said he could not believe Mr Truman would knowingly have injured the nation and he personally would not have subpoenaed him Mr Eisenhower at the same tune 1 Expressed full confidence in Attorney General Herbert Across the nation veterans of wreaths U S wars marched in Armistice j Legion Commander I Day parades Relatives laid flowers on weathered graves And nation Among the speakers Oscar Wilford Nowman 54 of I WASHINGTON UP The Re As soon as the accident hapPublican Party came back to win MM HOfir mer defense minister held a three gomers died en route to thepened I got out of the truck last skirmish of the 1953 Con to one margin over President E1 aftpr avan back to tfle car Stoltz saidSessional byelections with a pidio Quirinotoday and appeared j Wmtefish hospjtal Tuesday after waj Qne California victory acmevj M S before a sensational spiesin certain to become the third presicrash involving his car and anicar and j thought he was nMiirino nemihlii empty logging truck driven bvj dent of the Philippine Republic Counting of ballots from yester days voting proceeded in calm or derly fashion despite official fears of new violence after nine persons were killed inelection day terror ism Then he started moaning lgovernment backdrop besides Stevens was Brownell Jr who said in Chicago Friday that Mr Truman Legion Commander Arthur J Conpromoted and eulogized White in spite of the fact that the nell He too emphasized the need FBI informed the White House twice in late 1945 and early for strength to win the peace that was a Soviet spy in paying tribute to the dead 2 Defended the right of congressional committees to con of world wars Stevens appealed to Americans everywhere to re dedicate ourselves to the never UNITED NATIONS endm task and soleran duty of Benedict Stoltz 27 of Columbia asked him if he was hurt bad and Glenard LLipscomb RepubHUnited Nations General Assembly the cherished blessings can is the newest member of the voted today over Russias vigorous of freedom Preserved to us by Falls The crash took place yesterday about 11 a m on a curve on the he said he didnt think so I got him out of the car and1 dWWMb All Spotted Bear road 17 miles above ald hlra with Martin City Nowman was appar An unofficial tabulation made by ently coining out of the South Fork a Manila radio station at 3 p m where he was employed as a cook Manila time gave Magsaytay the at the Forest Service work center Naciopalista Party candidate Ijat Betty creek Nowraan was driv 010310 to 310348 for the 62ing northwest around the curve yearold Quirino standard bearer and apparently approached the for the Liberal Party truck from the front In presidential race early incomplete figures from all Creek Timber Co of Columbia but one of the Philippines 52 provFails said he thought the Nowman inces gave running car was going to pass him suc mate Carlos P Garcia 551265 cessfully The car got by the cab votes to 266474 for the Liberal of his truck but ft struck the trailer kets around him He complained that his back hurt and wanted to jHouse When Congress meets ary the party be in to debate fully Amerthe devotion of those who have j haye k ept a t i i si riftTflFP charges of brutal latrocities in Korea Senate Republicans 47 Demo The vote was 526 with two ab lay on his side Then several trucks j crats 48 Independent 1 stentions Stoltz employed by the Boyal House Republicans 219 Demo The action was taken after Mrs Independent 1 jvijaya Lakshmi Pandit president j The Republicans won with their0f the General Assembly called backs to the wall Democrats liadiio orderboth Russias Andrei Y After Nowmans death County taken five successive Congressionjvishinsky and United States Ani Coroner HarryJI Campbell a tp yesbassadoriHenry jCabotJxJdge Jr sl conducted an investigation for the1 Unofficial returns today from Montana State Highway Patrol811 of the 221 precincts in Califor ftAtt i ealif ornia polling T in a bitter wrangle on pf went to the scene of the accident nias 24th Congressional district Partys Jose Yulo bunker he said Evergreen Will Dedicate School The coroner said that when he argave Lipscomb Eepublican 42 rived both the car and the truck880 votes George Arnold Demo had been moved to allow traffic votes Lipscomb aad Arnold were the choices oi their party organizations Independent Inter Ntwi EVERGREEN School district 50 officials tomorrow will dedicate the modern wing of the Evergreen equipment a merrygoround was acquired in 1910 The year before Mrs Emma Dorris planted the birch and coti The two hunters who took Nowman pass As a result Campbell said it was impossible to take some im portant measurements and data Inquest Possible Nowmans death was caused by internal hemorrhages and a possi ble broken back Campbell said The body is now at the Waggener and Campbell Funeral Home in ECauspell and an inquest may be held as soon as complete details Formers Expect Record Harvest WASHINGTON With the Hupins to Talk At Dedication Dr HarHsiSh P Huggins wfll de liver the principal address Sunday rf some ldeal wea Republican John L E Collier got f farmer ttod har r duct investigations He said he does not advocate protec tion for former government officials FOUND SUBVERSIVE ACTION 3 Although he could not believe Mr Truman would know isian spy in the government his infor mation was that the FBI had found subversive action and that high government officials were aware of this subver sion 4 4 Despite this countrys 1946 offer to share its atomic knowledge as a contribution to world peace the succeeding years saw our secrets stolen and all kinds of spy work going on He appeared to be talking of the before the present administration took over In addition to Clark and Mr Truman subpoenaed for tes timony Friday the House committee also subpoenaed three at p m at dedication ceremen to appear James F Byrnes of South monies for the new Flathead Coun Carolina former assistant Attorney General T Lamar Cau will be in front and Harry H Vaughan who was military aide to Mr of the old hospital building 1 Truman Clark is not expected to answer the subpoena Flathead County High School I band directed by Gordon L Wick iam open the program The Red China Hint Brews Trouble Invocation will be by the Rev O D Harris A girls trio directed record this year despite heavy drought damage In a preliminary report on 1953 T crop output yesterday the Agri culture Department said allcrop peak and there wiu product on is expected to be 131 b Fred Brinkman per cent of the 192332 base tftg iby Mrs Anne Lamb Slifer will sing Introduction of officials will be Norm Fisher Dr Huggins will i short WASHINGTON UP The Jy a point higher than expected Reu Can cunty State Department appeared headft month and exceeded wiu receive the key to as a a record 132 per cent in 1952 and the IQdfl 1 trees which now add beauto ty to the school grounds Now 83 of Barnard superlntend In Pocahontas lil Hogeland Mont were dent of Flathead county schools is o Be jab e today for questioning the cor vice President Eichard M NixJ except in drought areas of the the building from Brinkman and Truman Calls em Snollygosters NEW YORK Former President Harry S Truman laid the Harry Dexter White case to Republican snollygos ters today and said I dont know when asked if he will make an appearance before the House UnAmerican Activi ties Committee In case youre wondering about the word snollygoster its a Southern word meaning a man boiai out of wedlock he said wiu be the main speaker at the er program scheduled to begin at 8 p m Her topic will be The Mod ern Child in a Modern School To Tell History Principal Alden E Seller will tell the history of the school whih began in 1903 in an old office That same year a second oner said was added to the building By the 191415 term when Ar The report showed crop yields and TrUman he over the White matter are to excellent of the facilities Benediction wll be by the Rev on a staunch supporter of the Southwest MissouriArkansas and c L Clifford A coffee hour will ment of 40 In 1930 there was considerable community about the need electricity was installed in rive the invocation and a enroment o pupils reSesenting all eight tad reached the 60 mark In 1940 grades will sing 8 Chidren WCnt t0 dasses Members of the school board1 also will speak Th Jnclude Chairman Carl Gilberteon Carl Lassiter and Martin Sundberg Mr Nowman is Survived by his Chinese Nationalist government j VirginiaCarolina areas wile Genevieve of Somers four was reported angry over the im BULLETIN COLUMBIA S C James F Byrnes of South Caro today refused to comply chie OClaire now state fish and Asters Mrs Rav Daken and Mrs t B game warden was clerk of the KgffSliS board the school had an enrollj E Patch and Mrs Gladys t0 num both of Kelliher Minn and Spme experts believed Chiang several nieces and nephews inhmiseif might stir up trouble He has steadfastly maintained Funeral arrangements will be anNationalist administration is uounced his with a summons to testify to the only true government of China morrow before the House UN American Activities Committee be served by the Greenacres Club Todays Chuckle One housewife to another What with ray completely automatic kitchen and laundry I let my maid go and hired a mechanic Gehres Weed Kalispell architect and Joe Montgomery Kalispell contractor and all former board members and teachers have been invited to attend the program The 75 by 108foot brick veneer Now the modern school has 274 pupils and 11 teachers Enroll ment by grades Grade eight 27 seven 27 five and six 69 three four 31 two and three 79 one 41 Miss flr Mrj Margaret SMrts grade 1 Helen Martinson and Mrs Agnes Engstrom 2 Mrs Myrtle Cutler 3 MrsFloy Borgen 4 addition built mostly with federal Mrs Myrtle Anderson 5 Darwin funds contains three e and health pnvsicai assembly room office libsary and j janitors supply room It was built on a frame stucco structure which Old Building Gone old frame building education and playground visor Mrs Gladys Manning 6 and 2 Boyd Allred 7 and director of was started in 1939 Two rooms three bands with 70 members Bel were added to this structure in er and Mrs jean Gies teach 1940 one in 1941 and one this ighth grade students year with completion of the new wing The Evergreen school building The old frame building was came into existence in 1903 when hauled away this summer by the the Helena Flats School district purchaser who plans to use it as was divided because the school was a residence giving more play too far from the homes of some Around room for the acitve young pupils First classes were conductters ed In a former office of the B School officials are looking for M Lumber Co near the present ward to having their own gymna McCarveys Shamrock motel siteium at the school Basketball The next year a oneroom building teams now use facilities in Kalis was erected on the present schoolpell and physicaleducation classes property Most of the material for the building was donated by the B ft M liumber Co Square dances were nsortd to help defray building its Flwt of playground arc conducted in the new assem bly room District 50 officials will be hosts at an open house after the Thurs day night program Additional pictures page 4 DEDICATION new wine of the Evergreen school wiU be dedicated at a program tomorrow night by District officials The brick veneer wing was built on the fram stucco section in a Project which began in 1952 Classrooms la he new section were and pnt to raU use Us fall Inter Like Staff Photo with former Judge Samuel I Rosenman a member of the White House staff during his administration but he declined to say whether Rosenman might serve as his counsel in an appearance before the committee The former President indicated he might break his formal silence in the political uproar tomorrow morning He told reporters it would be a good idea for them to wait for his regular morning appearance outside the hotel tomorrow Subpoena Makes History WASHINGTON History is filled with presidential congressional clashes but the House UnAmerican Activi ties Committee wrote a new page when it subpoenaed Harry S Truman The Legislative Reference Bureau of the Library of Con gress said no committee had ever before subpoenaed a former President Law experts at the library said the action against Mr Truman is legal because he is a private citizen McCarthy Calls Truman Liar1 WASHINGTON Sen Joseph R McCarthy RWis said today that former President Truman has proven in the Harry Dexter White case that hes a liar McCarthy also took issue with President Eisenhowers belief that Mr Truman did not knowingly appoint to public office a man identified as a Communist spy He said Mr Eisenhower was simply being a gentleman Clark Wouldnt Appear Before WASHINGTON Supreme Court Justice Tom C Clark subpoenaed by a congressional committee investigat ing the Harry Dexter White case already has refined ona invitation to appear before a similar group Last June he declined an invitation by House Judi clary Subcommittee to defend his record as attorney genera from 1945 through 1949   

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