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Daily Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1957, Kalispell, MontanaIn to i usual society of Montana Helena on water 8 to 8 fair fair today and fair to partly Cloudy tomorrow with not much temperature change High today 85 Low tonight 45 High Tomor Row 80 High Friday 82low Fri Day night 60 the daily inter Lake 50th year no 97 Kalispell Montana sunday August 18 1957 26 pages 10 cents Call sk63666 ii you fall to receive your copy of the daily inter Lake from your Carrier any weekday evening Telephone sk6366s before pm sundays Call sk63666 Between f m and 11 a m Farmers put finishing touches on Harvest Royalty for the regatta Smith welcomes foreign Aid Job Denver Hopkins Smith or from the Scenic Moun Tain town of Aspen Colo is ready and willing to take Over one of the administrations toughest jobs miss Copper cup and her princesses visited Kalispell Friday to advertise the third annual Copper cup regatta today at Poison left to right Are mrs Dorris stalker Poison chamber of Commerce Secretary Princess Peg Tiernan Princess aggie Mcdonnell and Edrie Lou Parker miss Copper cup regatta begins its second Day Polson third an tween pm and 4 pm Wea Nual Cooper cup regatta begins Ither permitting its second Day today at noon with two special events with the Rac ing scheduled to resume at 1 pm inboard and outboard races water skiing a fireworks display and a meet the Driver dance were staged saturday Rocky Mountain Model t club of Missoula opens today program with a Parade at noon seven of the old cars will Parade Down poisons main Street regatta grounds and to the annual Flathead Navy Parade is poisons first regatta was named the Poison Cherry regatta and was staged at the Dock North of the City in 1929 chief starter for this years races is Ernie Kle Petko one of poisons first boat racers until the end of world War i these races were sanctioned by the National outboard association since hat time All races have been under the jurisdiction of the american Power boat association this years race is san set for pm find the Racel toned by the Aba giving local program will open at 1 pm a Jet air show by air National guard is set for pm Bishop Poison Junior chamber of Commerce chairman for the regatta said feature of the race program will be provided by nine 266 inboard limited class speedboats capable of speeds unto 100 Miles per hour miss Edrie Lou Parker miss Copper cup and her two Prin ceases Peg Tiernan and aggie Mcdonnell will arrive at the re Gatta grounds by Cruiser at pm to review the Parade by the Flathead Navy major Ted hag Gerty commander of the air National guard from great Falls has Promise la flight of f89 jets Drivers a Chance to compete against other Drivers across the country for National Points the Poison Junior chamber of Commerce assumed sponsorship of the regatta in1955 and named it the Copper cup hoping to build it to a stature comparable to the Gold cup Silver cup and presidents races regatta grounds Are on the River just West of Poison slim Chance Washington up Man Olin d Johnson of the sen ate committee sat urday indicated the postal rate boost Bill has slim Chance of sen will pass Over the grounds her ate passage this year new zealand Premier quits strengthens nationalists Wellington new zealand prime minister Sidney g to quit politics May keep his party in the political Saddle in the critical Forth coming general elections it was indicated saturday theoretically a Chang of leadership on election eve imperils a party but political observers Here Point out that the nationalist party is far More popular than its pro British Monarch minded Standard bearer few new sealanders question the governments solid record of Industrial peace and inflation control even the labor party which gave new zealand its welfare econ omy and which has 35 parliament Ary seats to the tories 45 pre sent Ernp More popular political platform but Holland is said to be so widely disliked that his leadership is More of a hindrance than a help in reassuring party Victory his apparent by friends As self Confidence is too much for reserved new Zea Landers to tolerate that of foreign Aid chief but he said before his Confirma Tion by the Senate foreign relations committee Friday that he never has set sail on any venture that had so Many storm signals flying the 47yearold rancher who was born in new York City is president Eisenhower Choice to head the multimillion Dollar inter National cooperation administration bomber Pilot Smith world War ii torpedo bomber Pilot and longtime airlines executive will be no neophyte on the Washington scene re haired and slightly Bald he is returning to Eisenhower official family after Little More than a years absence Smith first won the chief executives approval during the nearly three years he served As assistant Secretary of Navy of Rair from september of 1953 to june of 1956 he fits smoothly into Eisenhowe ers usual policy of naming top business executives to top administration posts but theres one Dif Ference in the increasingly difficult Hunt for executive Talent will ing to serve in Washington Smith s self admittedly eager the Only question about conflict of interest May arise front Smiths extensive Oil and Gas hold Ings in the Rpcky Mountain poker faced coloradoan de scribed As Well liked but Airbus iness by close friends in Aspen will fill the shoes of John b Hollis Ter of Ohio As Ica chief Hollister notified the president july i he wanted out to return to private Law practice after nearly two and on half embattled years on the Job not easily intimidated himself Smith said he thinks pressure from traffic violations the current Economy minded con Gress helped Hollister out in View of Smiths distinctively militant attitude while assistant Navy Secretary observers say hell have to change his ways in the new Job they Point out the Ica Job Calls for More of the velvet Glove approach than the blood and Thunder attitude Smith has exhibited heretofore in View of the current hassle Between Congress and the administration Over the foreign Aid appropriations Bill Smith knows he int walking into a Feather bed it looks like a virtual wild cats nest said Smith but in willing to try the one thing definite he said is the fact u s foreign Aid to other nations is Here to stay for some time Smith new York Cit born moved to Colorado in 1948 when he became a director of the Wyten Oil co of Denver he was vice president of pan american airways from 194tj through 1949 becoming a director of Slick airways and remaining at that Post until 1953 it was that year he was called to Washington As assistant Navy Secretary for air Smith had served As a Navy car Rier Pilot inthe Pacific theater in world War if attaining the rank of lieutenant commander Harvard graduate he was graduated in 1931 from Harvard where his son Morgan is now a freshman and re be Lygis his Law degree from Colum Bia University the Smiths have two daughters Sailboat Champ Dur ing his Harvard Days and now an avid outdoors Man Smith is de scribed As a Man on the move by his conserva Tive and a businessman business Man in executives parlance standing Pat Washington up House Republican Leader Joseph w mar tin said saturday after a break fast meeting with president Eisenhower that House republicans Granger Don w Lakeside Are still standing Pat for a civil charged with failure to drive in a rights Bill that will adequately pro careful and prudent manner paid Iteck every american who wants Fine and costs i to vote Britain Grants Asylum to pole Edrie Lou Parker miss Copper cup names chairman Washington up presi Dent Eisenhower saturday designated Jerom k Kuykendal As chairman of commission for another five year term the Senate approved Kuy kendalls reappointment to the commission thursday a Combine hospitals Washington Eisenhower has signed a Bill which would permit construction of combined Indian and no Indian hospitals London up Britain granted political Asylum saturday to a polish Diplomat who said his communist wife spied on him for the secret police Mieczyslaw Reluga an assistant to the polish commercial attache fled the polish embassy to Freedom with his Foury Earold son he was to have been sent Home today a polish secret policeman tried to Stop him but with Scotland Yard agents watching from a Dis Tance Reluga ran to taxi and disappeared into London traffic the Home office announced without elaboration that Reluga for political Asylum and had received permission to re in Britain belugas wife who kept polish secret agents informed about his movements in Britain already had flown Home to Poland with their Twoy Earold daughter Reluga had planned to escape communist control several years ago when he became disenchanted with the red regime in Poland tie decided to make the break several months ago but word of his feelings leaked to the secret police they contacted belugas 24 year old wife Melinia whom he described As such a diehard communist she cried when Stalin died and asked her to spy on her husband Reluga said his wife became extraordinarily interested in his Telephone Calls arid visits to non communist friends in Brit in he said his wife went through his papers at the embassy and eaves dropped when he talked with his friends the Young Diplomat finally was ordered Back to Poland last i month when he accused his wife of spying on him she broke Down and admitted it saying she had been reporting on his movements and Reading his mail i will not live with you again1 he told Lier Melinda flew Home two weeks ago leaving their son Richard with Regula he was ordered to sail for Home today aboard the liner1 Batory on tuesday a Friend telephoned him and said they know you Are going to left the embassy to meet the Friend who warned him that if he did not leave immediately he might not get another Chance Regula returned to the embassy to pick up his son and took him to the friends Home then he returned again to the embassy to get some of his belongings the Friend called Scotland Yard which sent agents to the embassy area they stationed themselves Down the Street and watched As Regula left the embassy for the last time As he stepped into the Street a embassy official drove up and tried to restrain him where Are you going the Man n ame d d Uda an d nominally a clerk commercial at taches of f ice but actually a Sec ret police official asked to catch the ship he replied then Regula shrugged past the Man and ran to a taxi which into London and Freedom Battle rages Over Public Power plan Washington up the go democratic Battle Over pub Lic development of nuclear Power blazed anew saturday with sen ate passage of the atomic construction Bill the Bill unlike the House version carried a democratic backed provision directing the atomic Energy commission to build two nuclear Power plants the Bill also unlike the House version ordered the administration to build five atomic re actors to produce electricity the Battle now moves to a House Senate conference com Mittee the Senate Friday night rejected by identical 4234 votes two gop amendments that would have knocked the projects out of the Bill then it passed the million Bill by a voice vote democrats on the House Senate atomic Energy committee wrote the projects into the Bill re publican leaders and the dec opposed them the House in passing the Bill last week eliminated the funds for All seven projects the proposals to Knock the projects out of the Bill were sponsored by Senate Republican Leader William f Knowland and Sens Bourke b Hicken Looper Iowa and John w Bricker All members of the joint congressional atomic committee the successful fight for the plants was led by sen Clinton panders on chairman of the committee he told the Senate he considered the demo Crati sponsored program a very modest one one of the controversial plants would use natural uranium As a fuel and would be built at the secs Arco Idaho installation at a Cost of million the other to be built at Hanford Wash would use plutonium and Cost 15 million dollars reds attack aids Adenauer Berlin prospects looked brighter saturday for West German Chancellor Kon Rad Adenauer As a result of the Savage attacks made on him by soviet communist Leader Nikita Khrushchev Western observers who heard Khrushchev lambast Adenauer during his recent East German tour believe the attacks which ranged from comparing Adenauer with Adolf Hitler to warning that he was leading Germany along the Road to War have virtually clinched the sept 15 elections in Adenauer favor they believe the attacks couched in some of the strongest language one head of state has Ever used in criticizing another will Boomerang in Adenauer favor among the West German electorate House plans action on immigration Washington up House action next week on a hardship immigration Bill that would open americas shores to thousands of additional immigrants was fore cast by some congressmen Satur Day the Bill would give the at Torney general and state depart ment joint authority to waive fingerprinting requirements for such foreign visitors As artists and students but the Bill As approved Fri Day by the House judiciary com Mittee did not include two key parts of president Eisenhower immigration program liberalization of Basic immigration quotas1 and detailing of the governments authority to admit escapees from communist nations under temporary parolee provisions of the immigration Law the fingerprinting provision was aimed at easing East West tensions by Dean Krenz inter Lake farm editor Flathead county Farmers Are putting the finishing touches on the Winter wheat Harvest this weekend with yield reports running from average to above average with 80 per cent or More of the Winter wheat crop Al ready harvested local Farmers Are turning to Spring wheat Oats and Barley crops which Are generally expected to be about average the Flathead county Extension service reports that the wheat yields show a great Deal of variance Bueno More than in a Normal year local elevator operators Are generally agreed that the Winter wheat crop is a Good one this year Stan Halvorson of equity sup ply co said reports have shown yields on Winter wheat running from 25 to 60 bushels to the acre much of this wheat is in the 30 to 40 Bushel category he said Halvorson added that most Farmers expect to Complete All Winter wheat harvesting Early this week James Gustin of Kalispell feed and Grain reports Grain brought to his firm of generally Good Quality its Nice and dry and that the Way we like it Gustin said the lower Valley has As Good a wheat crop this year As it has had in quite a few years and the Creston area also has a very Good crop he said Steve Johnson of general Mills inc reports Many Farmers with Winter wheat yields of 50bushels per acre or better it has been a wonderful dry Harvest and generally a Good crop he said Gustin commented that the Whitefish area Harvest is about week or 10 Days behind the mid dle and Southern portions of the Valley considering the Lack of Mois Ture Gustin said we can con Sider both the Winter wheat and Spring Grain crops pretty Good Oats Harley and Spring wheat should be about average he said Quality of the Winter wheat crop this year is Good on the average although protein is Low Halvorson said the test weight on Winter wheat is Good he added dry weather during the growing season seems to have Cut into the test weight of some Oats and bar Ley Quality is Good in most cases however he said the late seeded crops seem to have been Hurt the most by Lack of moisture associated seed growers inc said saturday the pea Harvest is running a Little above average Harvest is about 90 per cent com plete and with Good weather should be completed by the end of next week growers associated seed grow the Flathead Morros names Martha Dudd As soviet spy Washington up us counterspy Boris Morros has told House investigators the the prominent american w o Bra n member of the soviet espionage ring in this country was Martha a former us ambassador to also in the espionage ring mor Ros testified was Martha Dodda husband Alfred Stern Morros made the statements in sworn testimony Friday in new York to staff agents of the committee on Una Merican activities highlights of his Testi Mon were made Public saturday by committee chairman Francis e Walter Walter said his staff members questioned Morros most of Fri Day afternoon and evening waiter said the committee had maintained Contact with Torros for the past six months Morros a prominent motion picture director and composer recently testified before a new York grand jury on soviet espionage activities in the United states Morros disclosed in a recent news conference in Newyork that while acting As a us counterspy in Moscow he has betrayed to the russians by a prominent american woman whom he refused to name names top communist Damascus president Shuriel Kuwait by saturday appointed to ranking communist Gen Afif or Bizri As syrian army chief of staff informed sources said the sources said the appoint ment decree was signed by the ailing syrian president saturday afternoon but so far had not yet been formally announced Bizri has been promoted from colonel to replace Gen Tewfiq Nizamuddin 44 who asked to be the Harvest is averaging about retired on pension last thursday per acre in net return to the Bizri is 43 years Aid the sources said the president ers inc expects to ship about also decreed the appointment of 4000000 pounds of peas from Brig Amin Nufry As Deputy chief of staff opponents say Evergreen plan limits financing Evergreen inns a spokesman for the Evergreen tax payers association said today that a favourable vote monday for Crea Tion of an Evergreen water Bis strict will restrict the District in the method it May use for financing a Community water system the spokesman said that a District set up along the boundaries to be voted on will be restricted to financing the water system on an area or acreage basis if the boundaries of the District extend to within one mile of the City limits of Kalispell under the Law financing cannot be on an assessed valuation the spokesman said opponents of the proposed District feel that this method of financing would be grossly unfair he said the Evergreen taxpayers association is not opposed to an Evergreen water District is not opposed to Evergreen water but is opposed to this acreage method of financing one of the Evergreen committee which is actively sup porting the Campaign to establish the water District said the state ment by the taxpayers association is True but pointed out that no decision has Ever been made on whether the District would in stall its own water system or would contract to buy water from the City of Kalispell and no de termination of Price to the individual land owner has Ever been made Evergreen voters will go to the polls a Evergreen school Mon Day from 8 am to 8 pm to vote on establishment of the District Only a later election will de Termine the Board of directors and a third election would be called on the financing plan although voters will not be casting ballots monday directly on a financing plan the taxpayers association maintains that approval of the water will limit the Board of directors tothe acreage basis method of financing voters monday must be Quali fied electors under the general election Laws of Montana must be registered and must be owners of real property within the proposed District

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