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Daily Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Kalispell, MontanaCloudy mostly Cloudy occasional Snow in mountains and scattered Snow or showers lower elevations today and tonight no important change Low tonight 1025 High today 3040 the daily inter Lake 50th year 1 o j0 Kalis Peu Montana sunday january 26 1958 22 pages 15 cents Call sk63666 if you fail to receive your copy of the daily later Lake from your Carrier any weekday evening Telephone sk636s6 before pm sundays Call sk636g6 Between 8 a m and 11 a m committees study Union Berlin up German communists have sentenced two High East German Church leaders to a total of three Yea Sand three months imprisonment and a Fine for smuggling currency a communist court in Madge Birg sentenced Kurt Gruenbaum presi Dent of the evangelical Church of Saxony to two and a half Yearsin prison and a Fine or Sieg Fried Slawitz councilor of the Church received a nine month term both were released on parole the reds charged the churchmen imported into East Germany from West Berlin during the cur Rency Reform last october Inan at tempt to convert the Money illegally the Church contends the Money was i authorities Here expressed con Caracas revolt quiets Caracas Venezuela tanks and troops encircled the presiden tial Palace Here saturday guarding it against possible attack by Venge Ful mobs swarming in the streets of this strife torn capital an unusually heavy military guard took station outside the Palace a government spokesman said the presidential residence was being protected against the looters and vandals who yesterday sacked the private Home of ousted exp resident Varcos Perez Jiminez the Home of Gen Luis f Llovera Paez who held High office under Perez ind a hotel and night club frequented by supporters of the ousted regime were wrecked or turned by the mobs state elks meet in Kalispell rightly owned by Church bodies and the officials were within their rights Washington far As the u s coast guard is concerned Russia can keep its distinction of being the Only nation with an atom powered icebreaker vice Adin Alfred c Richmond commandant of the coast guard told a House merchant Marine com Mittee Friday he is getting along Cern Over the Fate of some foreign the italians who endorsed Perez december drive for reelection there has been no sign so far of any threat to the 40000 americans won live in Venezuela a government spokesman announced Friday night that cols Roberto Casanova and Abel Romero Villate who were forced Friday to tract Dewey office gets big fee Washington the Senate rackets com Raitto saturday pressed both the Falcio and the Justice department to act against officials of the operating engineers Union accused of sordid lying committee chairman John l Mcclellan dark said four Days of testimony by officers of engineers locals in san Francisco and Long Island had produced enough evidence to justify an immediate investigation by the Falcio eth ical practices committee he challenged that committee to go in and clean up the engineers Mcclellan also urged the Justice department to redouble its vigilance in identifying per Jurers among the witnesses House investigators argued with former new York gov Thomas e Dewey Over whether Dewey had been paid to represent Eastern airlines before the civil aeronautics Board Fine with eight conventionally pow resign from the predominantly Mili ered icebreakers and Doest Junta that now rules Vene another Zuela left by air late in the Day for the dutch Caribbean Island of cur1 Acao refugees returning from Colombia had demanded the resignation of Casanova arid Romero on the ground that they played a leading part in crushing the new years revolt at Maracay airbase ousted Argentine exp resident Juan d Peron remained holed up in the dominican embassy he re fused to talk with newsmen but it was assumed he was seeking Safe conduct for flight to the dominican Republic Americo Barrios persons press agent said he and John w Gooke another prominent Argentine Refu be were allowed to visit Peron in he embassy Friday night Barrios declined comment on persons plans he did say however that the de posed Argentine dictator had remained in his Home Here until he went to the embassy he denied re ports that Peron had attempted to flee the country officers of the Montana state elks association in Kalispell grand esteemed lecturing Knight member of grand Lodge Corn saturday for the midwinter meeting included left to right front Mittee and immediate past president Back Row chink Seymour Row Les Hill great Falls grand Lodge committee George Wei great Falls trustee Art Weidman Lewistown District Deputy come Anaconda second vice president Joseph l Mang Havre Pete Mcbride Anaconda trustee Richard Gilder red Lodge first vice president Leonard Banta Shelby District Deputy Art president Joe Wegesser Glendive trustee and Joe Mccarthy Trenery Billings Secretary treasurer Leroy Schmid Butte Butte District Deputy Yokohama Japan up the u s army poured More than 134 million dollars into japans coffers during 1957 through procurement contracts the amount did not include Pri vate spending by members of the u s armed forces the largest sin Gle contract was for 33 million Dol Lars Worth of Japan made military vehicles which will be turned Over to the japanese Sel defense forces Washington United states Wui continue its scientific re search in the Antarctic after the International geophysical year closes next december or Alan t Waterman National science foundation director said this country planned to keep opera Ting its 1gy station at the South pole and other scientific stations in the Antarctic Hamilton elks Lodge wins ritualistic team title Here ritualistic team from the ham1has Bee contributed by lodges John Tabaracci of great Falls in Toni elks Lodge defending state and individual sin Montana to the member of the state Bowling Corn Champion in the National foundation fund so far voters approve Grade school Bond Issue voters of school District 5 sat urday approved by More than 3 to 1 two proposals for expansion i first Western District contest of the year held saturday Incon Taylor again Heads clubs Polson inns John Taylor of Kalispell was reelected presi Dent of the Western division of the Montana Saddle clubs Assoc court jury of 10 men and two action at the divisions convention women saturday found Joseph c Warf 33 Helena Hairdresser jury convicts Man of Helena murder Helena up a District lag association in Kalispell of school facilities As 424 per cent of the eligible voters cast ballots a 40 per cent vote was necessary on the Purchase of the Christian science Church and adjoining the third to Kalispell and fourth to Linderman building to it voters Missoula East 1524 votes in favor and 414 Twenty two of the 24 lodges in this year Karl Deshler of Butte chair Mittee said the annual state elks Bowling tournament will run for three consecutive weekends in a jjultt7 Coliah j ii Man f Testate ritualistic to Mereat Faus beginning March 15 reservations Are coming in i said and there is Hope for the Montana state Elk Smittee reported that the eastern16 District plans its contest feb 2 second place went to Poison and the southwestern District in Marc there Are five districts in All a record entry of 250 teams Bill Barker exalted ruler from Helena reported briefly for the Les Hill Western District chair chairman of the veterans Hospital for for and 44d against 34 to 1 i c 1 in Anu Isumu w uie Cit Jariis Hospital agats a 36 to 1 margin on the state were represented at the of the youth leadership co service committee he said that buildings midwinter meeting of the group Mittee for the grand Lodge said tanned hides presented to the vet a letter from the grand Lodge foundation and youth announced that Mon Livingston and Wolf Point response has been Good and noted Grans Hospital in Helena at Christ failed to Register and Joe All but one Lodge in the state Mas time was one of the highlights by schools the vote on purpose ser of Glendive a trustee of turned in a report Phil john0f the Hospital Christmas party no 1 Purchase of the Church and association travelled 1330 Miles son of Kalispell state scholarship a from Foft adjoining Linderman was Elrod roundtrip to attend the meeting i chairman gave a Brief report and 225 for 82 against Hedges 517 Richard Gilder of red Lodge Jim Mccarthy of Butte Bucks for 134 against Edgerton 303 for president of the association pre club chairman reported on Prog 84 against Peterson 263 for 86 sided at the meetings Welc Meress by his group against Russell 216 for 55 against this morning was by the exalted president Gilder named a new by the vote of purpose ruler or v a Weed of the Kali committee for the state association scholars nip no 2 additions to three building spell Lodge h l Lokensgard of the new Lodge committee include15 to in the District was Elrod 218 Kalispell gave the invocation j himself and the three District for 86 against Hedges 516 fori appointed by the president to deputies Ait Weidman of Lewis in Recel veh Tot the state project Charity drives Dewey office in new y o r 1 City said he never represented the airline before the cab Bui chairman Morgan m Moulder d to of a House Commerce sub committee said Dewey got the fee in a Case in which the Board gave Eastern a route to Mexico the matter was expected to come up monday when moulders committee opens hearings on the cab and the Federal communications commission some acc members have been charged with accepting gifts from Broad casters rep Olin e Teague Drexl declared americans would be shocked to know about some very questionable practices in certain veterans Charity drives he said his House Veteran com Mittee will hold a closed meeting monday to study evidence of High salaries big expense accounts and Plush offices for fundraising officials Congress awaited with interest special presidential message on education expected to Call for a system of federally financed Sci ence scholarships for outstanding Ligh school students the White House said the message will be sent to the Capitol sometime next week both houses of Congress were in adjournment until monday major developments Friday defense it Gen James m Gavin retiring army research chief told the House armed serv ices committee the army should have authority to fire a whole family of satellites to carry out its world communications and mapping assignments army Secretary Wilbur m Brucker backed Here saturday other officers reelected were Dave Morris Whitefish vice presi Dent and Wilma Brooks St in guilty of second degree murder in the fatal shooting of Raymond c toll 38 Natius Secretary Edna Mae Torg the jury delivered its verdict Erson of Somers was elected treas at pm after about 10 hours user succeeding mrs Patterson Stevensville new directors Are Charles Brooks of St Ignatius Merle Mil Ler of St Ignatius and Art Torger son of Somers Holdover director Beretta of deliberation the second degree murder charge carries a minimum penalty of 10 years in the state Penitentiary District judge Lester h Loble said that he would pro is Adrian Buckland of Whitefish ounce sentence on wednesday dates were set for Omo sees jan29 and rodeos oof see dates will be june 1 Kalispell june 8 Stevensville june 1415 Eureka june 29 Plains july 27 Somers aug 10 Western Ion Kalispell Rodeo dates will be june 2122 Poison aug 231 Whitefish gala Days heart captains meet monday mrs Earl hoist and mrs Paul Cannaday will instruct heart Sun Day captains on their duties for the heart sunday drive March 2 an organizational meeting Mon Side and under 12 Larry Lewis i Day at 8 pm in the Temple Tea 139 against Edgerton 304 for 84 the per diem and mileage co town chairman Leonard Danta against Peterson 270 for 81mittee were c w Johnson of Shelby and Joe Mccarthy Butte against Russell 215 for 55 Sidney Clyde Carpino of Butte i the committee has met with Mem against committee for therapy work members of the winning Hamil ton team were de Grimes inner 8imittee were c Johnson of Shelby and Joe Mccarthy butt guard Fred Vanblaricom sex 55 Sidney Clyde Carpino of Butte i the committee has met with me malted ruler Clarence Robinson land Dan Dagget of Havre Lebers of the elks who now live in chaplain Ray Thrailkill Esquire of 4641 eligible voters in the Roy Schmid Butte chairman of Hardin and Hope to form a Popie candidate and coach school District 1938 valid votes the grand Lodge committee urge that City there Are also Mckenna leading Knight were cast a total of 1968 Vot Sall exalted rulers and secretaries Sibili ties of lodges in Whitefish Frank Cash Loyal Knight and in All were cast the voters have approved Athey receive pay close attention to literature Bond Issue for the improvements to the school District of that amount will be Jack Coulter of Hamilton chair Man of the publicity committee re ported Steve con oily of Helena used to Purchase the Christian member of the National foundation and Laurel Harry Duntsch of Bozeman Lead Jamie Osborn lecturing Knight members of the Alldis science Church adjacent to lin1 committee reported that i dates were approved trophies awarded at saturday nights banquet foe Omo Ksee champions were mens class Ray Burnside women Carol new Gard 1216 years old Jerry Burn All Are from Kalispell clubs represented at the meet Ings were St marys of Stevens Ville Valley club of Arlee Mission rangers of St Ignatius Ronan Range riders Poison sad dle club Somers Saddle club Mountain trails Saddle club of room or Kenneth Lampe twill speak to the group on the heart association activities in the county and the film heart disease its major causes will be shown each phase of the 1958 heart fund drive will be explained by Derman building an additional will be used to remodel the Church and to build corridors and entrances Between the Church and the Linderman building a storage room will be built Between the two buildings this work was covered in purpose no 1 on the ballot purpose no 2 the larger project covered construction of new classrooms at Cornelius Hedges Peterson an Linderman buildings the new Wing at Hedges will in clude eight classrooms a storage room and a lavatory there will be a new classroom and a new multipurpose classroom at pet Erson and a second Story added at Linderman will have six classrooms and two lavatories ing Knight announced that state strict team picked after the con convention dates will be july 23test were Vanblaricom Mcken 26 in Bozeman and an outstanding Cash Thrailkill Robinson or Earl Coriell of Poison and James Morgan of Missoula program is planned for the women Whitefish Rocky Mountain Trail i Chuck Filbin county Campaign riders of Columbia Falls and i director Plains Saddle club Jocko Valley captains for the drive Are the club will be Host to the division meeting next year Ohanlon named Glendive up Tom Ohan Ispell a see mesdames Ray Rasper Don Aad sen Donald balding Parker sexier Don grosser Don Schnaidt Oscar Jacobsen Cal Robinson Sig Ludwig Lawrence Bjorneby Roj land Manley Craig Ray Olson Robert Fehlberg Noel fur Long Paul Gannaway Kearney hoist Paul Gingrey Melvin Peter son r b Birch Kenneth Frank missiles believed ready for satellite launching Washington up the army pitched strongly saturday to stay in the space business with a family of satellites to pursue its world communications and mapping Mission defens officials at the Penta gon said the army plan put be fore the House armed services committee is under study at the same time both the army Jupiter c and Navy Vanguard line of dimes nets for polio Kalispell Lions club members lined up a half a Block of dimes on main Street saturday aftera mys re tiring research and de Best accomplished through a family of satellites he said they a satellite in 1956 but was stopped by the Pentagon he said the army would be used for carrying out i now plans very soon to launch the army role in worldwide communications mapping and surveying he did not go into details concerning specific satellites nor did he mention the Pentagon frustrations which made him decide to quit As of March 31 the air Force already has advanced a pied i Irav v Vii Kudzu i satellite launching rockets were pro position at Cape canaveral Fla indicating another try at shooting a us satellite into orbit was imminent it Gen James m Gavin the and flights to the Moon up to now the army role in the space age has not been spelled with the Jupiter a 30pound satellite Brucker made his claim in secret testimony last tuesday which was made Public late Fri Day other defense developments released by a House appropriations subcommittee disclosed the air Force has chosen the radio corporation of America As contractor for a 721 million Dollar system to detect enemy ballistic missiles Gavin up saying the army believed it could have put a Satel Lite into orbit in 1956 but was stopped by the Pentagon Senate rackets committee heard two officers of an operating engineers local in san Francisco change their Testi Mony to avoid possible charges of British move scientists in Aea shuffle authoritative sources said today that last Falls fire at the British plutonium Plant in win scale Cut off this country chief source of bomb fuel and caused a drastic reorganization of its atomic Energy authority plutonium production at wind scale is still Cut off the plants no 1 reactor is considered a total loss and its twin no 2 pile is shut Down for safety modifications the Accident happened oct 10 while technicians were carrying out a maintenance procedure which involved heating the no 1 pile to unusual temperatures some of the elements caught fire radioactive iodine was re eased Over the Countryside and cattle and milk were font amen Ted the pile had to be flooded with Vater to quell the fire this destroyed the pile which cannot be repaired because of deadly internal radiation with the remaining pile shut Down for modification plutonium production has halted except in the much smaller reactors of the Cal Der Hall electric Power Plant this is believed to have drastic ally affected British defense plans because the bomb fuel is needed for bomb triggers informed sources said the wind scale incident caused the reorganization of the atomic Energy authority which was announced thursday Britain two senior nuclear re searchers were retired from Active management of the Harwell and Aldermaston research establishments they Are Nobel prizewinner sir perjury then the committee John Cockcroft of the Harwell listened As six Rankan file Mem theoretical Center and sir William hers of a Long Island local charged that their president used violence to keep them in line the committee chairman John l Mcclellan called the 270000man Union a National disgrace and demanded that the Falcio clean it up disability former presi Dent Herbert Hoover told a sen ate judiciary subcommittee he believes the executive Branch of the government should have sole Power to decide when a president s unable to carry out his duties he said in a letter he opposes Al Lon formerly of daily inter Lake has pointed editor of Glendive daily Ranger the announcement Henry Wittlake k w Bradley was made saturday by Robert Tiv alter Weaver Eugene Haven Pitt Raan of endive publisher and Paul Lawrence noon in a special fund drive for the March of dimes the Hallock of pennies Nickel dimes quarters half Dol Lars and dollars brought a total of for the polio drive a second March of dimes pro motion saturday was the seventh a elopement chief and army Secre tary Wilber m Drueker gave the army space Case behind closed doors to the House armed services committee Gavin appeared Fri in a Brief opening statement that was made Public Gavin said annual March of dimes Square the army had proven its rocket dance festival saturday night at prowess he said we Are convince Linderman gymnasium the Mission could be out at any great length defense air National guard re Secretary Nell h Mcelroy on nov 9 gave it the Job of backstopping the Vanguard project which failed dec 6 in its first attempt but there has been no other Mission designated beyond that there have been several successful test shots of the army Jupiter 1500mile intermediate Range ballistic missile and its Jup Terc scientific rocket Brucker told the committee the Cei Ved its first supersonic fighter plane an f100 super Sabre was delivered to the new Mexico air guard several guard squadrons were scheduled to receive the fighters later on defense Secretary Don Ald a Quarles warned military men in a Norfolk a speech to stay out of the political Arena and recognize their subordination to the president on matters like the army Felt it could have sent up budget owing Congress to take part in such a decision because it is often controlled by an opposition party rail tycoon takes own life Palm Beach Fla it r Young 60yearold financier and chairman of the Board of the new York Central Railroad shot himself to death at his fashionable Home Here saturday police re ported Young was found in the billiard room of his Home by members of the famil it f a Mead of the Palm Beach police department who was called to the Young h in about noon said members of his family reported that the financier had been despondent the last few Days Mead said no other reason was Given immediately for Youngs a tons there were no notes or letters Eft explaining the suicide Penney of the weapons research Center at Aldermaston both were freed from routine duties to devote full time to their work As governing members of the Aea in the past each had two fulltima1 jobs and experts investigating the win scale Accident said this was too much officials emphasized the reorganization was no reflection on the two scientists but rather on the system which prevented proper supervision of a mushrooming organization Dean Keiso Mac retires Bozeman up resignation of or Maurice m Kelso from Dean of agriculture at Montana state College a Post he has held since sept 1 1953 was announced saturday by president r r Henne or Kelso who is leaving the Post because of poor health will be succeeded by or Roy Huff Man Sicad of the department of agricultural economics and Rusal sociology since 3953 Kuffrian will begin nos new duties on March 1 As Dean of the division of agriculture Huffman will be responsible for All activities at Mac in the Field of Agri culture the Montana Extension service Montana agricultural Experiment station resident instruction

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