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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake Newspaper Archives May 11 1990, Page 5

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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - May 11, 1990, Kalispell, Montana Thi daily inter Lake Kalispell Montana Friday May 11,1990 record As Flathead county sheriff on thursday arrested a girl for shoplifting at an Evergreen supermarket. A report of criminal trespass on Krause Basin Road is under investigation. Helena Flats school officials asked for assistance in investigating an indecent exposure incident. An East Evergreen drive resident complained someone Tore the skirting from his Mobile Home and ripped out electrical wiring. Trucks hauling materials to the county Landfill reportedly were littering along . 93. A boy was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle taken from Blaine resort More complaints of Campaign signs being removed from the foothill Road and Echo i Ake area were received. The signs reportedly were on Public right of Way. A disturbance on Stoner Creek Road resulted in the arrest of a Man on Domestic abuse charges. A routine Check by a Deputy of two men walking along . 93 South of Kalispell Early this morning resulted in the arrest of one Man wanted in Texas on felony drug and probation violation charges. Kalispell police on thursday arrested a Man on charges of dui no insurance eluding an officer and reckless driving. Parents complained about students trying to hit other students with vehicles near the Junior High school. A shoplifter was arrested at a business on Meridian Road. Vandalism was reported to a vehicle on fourth Avenue West. Whitefish police were called thursday about a runaway girl. She later returned Home. Alarms Columbia Falls ambulance transported a woman to North Valley Hospital Early this morning after she was injured in a one vehicle Accident on mooring Road bad Rock fire department assisted As Power lines were Down at the scene. East Valley Quick response unit provided care at the scene. Bad Rock fire department responded thursday afternoon to a fire in a slash pile near . 2 in the in Crew admits negligence Spokane Wash. Apr an Engineer a conductor and a brakeman have admitted negligence in a Burlington Northern train Accident last month that triggered an explosion and fire Railroad officials said. The three crewmen will be suspended for six months without pay Burlington Northern Railroad spokesman Howard Kallio said wednesday. They then will be allowed to return to work. Kallio declined to release their names. The three admitted responsibility for not properly setting air brakes when uncoupling three locomotives from a 101-car train Kallio said. Failure to properly set the brakes started the freight cars rolling 2 1/2 Miles resulting in two derailments and a Gas fire. The runaway train slammed head on into a parked train and a locomotive giving Chase hit a truck carrying molten aluminium a 1,000-gallon propane tank near the tracks ruptured caught fire and exploded loudly enough to trigger burglar alarms in nearby Homes. Columbia Heights area. Whitefish fire department went to a Small fire in the Woods off Lodgepole Road Early this morning. Kalispell fire department answered an alarm thursday at an apartment building on first Avenue West the alarm had been accidentally tripped. Kalispell ambulance transported a 16-year-old boy to Kalispell regional Hospital thursday after he was injured while playing baseball at Rawson memorial Field. Lakeside Quick response unit was called to the Blacktail inn thursday afternoon to assist a woman injured in a fall. Alert flew to Columbia Mountain thursday afternoon when a 37-year-old Man was injured. He was taken to Kalispell regional Hospital. Columbia Falls ambulance Crew assisted at the scene. Hospital Kalispell regional Hospital admitted Ervin eid Columbia Falls Donald James Lakeside Marjorie Forbes Kalispell James Kuchenski Eureka. Births Kayla Mae Allen daughter of Kimberly Mae Lyons and Roland Gregg Allen of Eureka was born May 8 at Kalispell regional Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds 14 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches Long. Paternal grandparents Are Darlene and Denny Ledoux of Eureka. Maternal grandparents Are David and Vicki Lyons of Eureka. Courts District judge Michael Keedy Gary Stensland also known As Gary Kassner 22, Kalispell felony theft sentencing May 25 $20,000 Bond. Denis q. Johnson 22, Kalispell burglary sentencing june 4 released without Bond. William j. Brown 24, Columbia Falls burglary sentencing May 29 $10,000 Bond. Dushan Hafferman 22, Kalispell burglary sentencing May 25 released without Bond. Jared Turner 22, Kalispell burglary pleaded innocent omnibus hearing May 15 released without Bond. David j. Blair 21, Kalispell felony theft sentencing june 15 released without Bond. Dennis Haack 43, Whitefish sexual assault sentencing Date to obituaries be set after completing treatment. Dana a Derosier 32, Kalispell dui found guilty by jury $300 Fine 30 Days in jail with 29 Days suspended Driver License suspended six months to attend dui classes. Kalispell City judge fran Willis Gerald a. Walker 29, Columbia Falls dui per be $400, to Days in jail with three Days suspended Drivers License suspended one year to attend dui classes no liability insurance $250 no Drivers License $40. Bruce Layton 24, Madison Alberta disorderly conduct and criminal mischief forfeited $100 Bonds on each charge. Blair Ner Guim 25, Medicine hat Alberta disorderly conduct and criminal mischief forfeited $100 Bonds on each charge. Scott Kappel 24, Billings disorderly conduct forfeited $100 Bond. Darla Moore 25, Kalispell no liability insurance $250 with $150 suspended if insurance purchased. Justine Degel 24, Kalispell criminal mischief $150 and $300 restitution. Hazel Sieler 20, Kalispell no liability insurance $250 with $150 suspended if insurance purchased. Billie Harlow 29, Kalispell Possession of drug paraphernalia $250 with $150 suspended to Days in jail suspended. Scott t. Payne 31, Kalispell dui per be $300, to Days in jail suspended Drivers License suspended six months to attend dui classes no Drivers License $40. Robert Henke 26, Kalispell disorderly conduct 30 Days in jail suspended if gets treatment. Melissa Lastofka 20, Kalispell no Drivers License $40 with $20 suspended no liability insurance $250 no Muffler $40 with $20 suspended. Marriages Edmond p. Salvati White Plains n.y., and Garen r. Nelson Kalispell. Timothy w. Peterson and Michelle m. Larsen both of Columbia Falls. David l Heckman Martin City and Theresa w. Valasco Whitefish. Aaron j. Butkovich and Jennie r. Efraimson both of Vancouver Wash. Time to present a platform and views. The forum is open to All. Events league of women voters the league of women voters is sponsoring a meet the candidates night May 21 at 7 . At the elks building. All candidates have been invited and each will be Given a limited Francis Melvin Hopkins 75 Polson a Francis a a Frank Melvin Hopkins 75, died of a ruptured aneurysm wednesday May 9, at his Home in Polson. He was born May 29, 1915, in Plentywood to Anthony v. And Anna Mae Feeney Hopkins. He Farmed his grandmothers Homestead land in Sheridan county near Plentywood. Or. Hopkins married Bernice solheim of Comertown. In 1952 the couple moved to Libby where he was employed by the j. Neils lumber co. As a lumber grader. Following his retirement in 1978, the couple moved to the West Shore of Flathead Lake near Elmo. At their Lake Home or. Hopkins enjoyed being a Leisure Farmer and watching his grandchildren grow. He also enjoyed spending time at the Polson senior citizens Center. Survivors include his wife Polson a daughter Linda Riley Missoula two sons James g. Of Libby and Ron j. Of Kalispell a sister Mary Blair Libby two Brothers Jack Boise Idaho and Jim san Mateo Calif. And eight grandchildren. A brother and four Sisters preceded him in death. Services will be la . Saturday at immaculate Conception Catholic Church with the rev. Ernest Burns officiating. Visitation will be until 9 . Today at Mosley Shrider funeral Home and 10-11 . Saturday at the Church. Burial and Chapel services will be 2 . Tuesday in Plentywood. The family suggests memorials to the Polson senior citizens. Deaths Gladyce Johnston 73 Gladyce Johston 73, died in i be View care Center thursday evening. Survivors include a son Richard Torgerson Libby and a daughter. Service arrangements Are pending. Olga j. Reimer 82 Olga j. Reimer 82, Kalispell died thursday afternoon at Kalispell regional Hospital. She was a retired registered nurse. Surviving Are three sons including Harrison Reimer Kalispell two daughters including Judy Mcwhorter Kalispell four Brothers and four Sisters. Memorial services Are pending. Urn burial will be at Conrad memorial cemetery. Walter l. Sebree 76 Walter l. Sebree 76, Eureka died Early today at Kalispell regional Hospital. Surviving Are two daughters including Margaret Street Kalispell and a son Charles Sebree Kalispell. Graveside services will be monday at 2 . At tobacco Valley cemetery. Margaret Harris 68 Margaret Harris 68, Kalispell died this morning at her Home. She was a retired dietitian and homemaker. Surviving Are her husband Thurman at the family Home two sons including Michael Kalispell a sister and a brother. Funeral arrangements Are pending. Private urn placement will be at Weatherford Community Niche. Memorials to Flathead hospice 1280 Burns Way Kalispell 59901, Are suggested. Meetings Cayuse Prairie school Board meets saturday at 9 . At the school for special discussion on budget negotiations Board policy pre first Job description general staffing needs and curriculum development countywide administrative Board meets monday at 2 30 . In Whitefish City Hall. Whitefish school Board meets monday at 7 . In the administration office. Flathead county democratic Harris Margaret 68, Kalispell. Funeral services pending next week at Weatherford Chapel. Reimer Olga 82, Kalispell. Memorial services pending next week at Weatherford Chapel. Weatherford funeral Home a it Realor 1590 Hwy 93 North a 752-0336 temporary help a the _ personnel 257-2255 express Erv ices Iron pop Arr a Anthony 30 East Washington Kalispell it big spin wheel now at $760 Day Bingo 2 $100 blackouts at 57 numbers this week x f pm it n / card with the thru May i7lh / it a Valley pen Sis Days a weak \ v a a Usa thru Sun. Re card to a first a me visitors ring a first tim visitor a both receive a free card a Bingo i 4r a Era a Ria a. The / _ / 6 55 past times j 7 15 Early Birds 1st ave. East Kalispell in the loading Dock reach 400,000 montanans with just one visit to our ii inc with scan statewide classified and network your Classi fic to will run in we i al y Anco oni1 7 Dail v in a spat is a 24 word a Cathro to m to it by taraday a All a neat up in it tiv Inonu Jln of Mon tam rho a of a a _ $99 Quot a caring charismatic Community. Ii sunday Christian education hour 10 30 . Service of worship a pastor a Rpss a developing t life of j Aith a the word of j Aith 5 30 . Pre service prayer time 6 30 . Service of Praise t concert of sacred music in a Kurt and Julie cd to turf Quot sugar n spice learning Center. A Fia lanced program with a Christian emphasis. Christian Center r d. Ross pastor Dick Bishop. Assoc pastor John Weaver Assoc pastor Brooks Baer. Youth pastor Assembly of god 2� Summ t Roge drive Kalispell it a Sci a phone to my Central committe meets monday at 7 30 . At the aluminium trades Council Hall in Columbia Falls. Kalispell Board of adjustment meets monday at 7 30 . In City Hall. Flathead care meets monday at noon at the outlaw inn. Kalis put i school Board meets for a Board study session tuesday at 7 30 . At Edgerton school to hear a report from the handwriting committee. At 8 15, the Board will decided whether to hire a food service for next year. Flathead conservation District meets monday at 7 30 . At 35 w. Reserve drive. Flathead county safety Council meets monday at 7 30 . At the Flathead county Library meeting room election of officers. Fair Mont Egan school Board meets tuesday at 8 . At the school Flathead area medical emergency Council meets tuesday at 7 30 . At Kalispell regional Hospital. Maud Humphrey Bogart limited edition collectibles the perfect gift for mothers Day May 13 hoards ii a a Rny a 222 Central ave. 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Herbs a flowering shrubs a fruit Trees a Shade Trees a evergreens a Quot we Welcome you to come and Brothe around Quot Glacier country Garden Center 1262 Hwy. 2 East a next to Evergreen pharmacy Hennessy mothers Day spectacular Champagne Brunch 9 00 . To 2 00 . A tasteful selection of Bruncheon delights including favourites like carved Bone in Ham. Baked Turkey breast smoked alaskan Salmon professionally created bakery delights including fresh pastry and spectacular cakes fresh fruit and salads etc., a combination pleasing to All presented on a spectacular Buffet Hennessy a Brunch will be served in the outlaw Beautiful convention Center enjoy the talented sounds of Dick Fazio in the Plush surroundings of the outlaw inns spacious convention Center. Hennessy a traditional Holiday Buffet 12 00 noon to 7 00 . Carved Baron of beef. Roast Turkey and chef Tobias famous dressing will highlight our dinner Buffet. This memorable feast will be served with All the proper trimmings you be come to expect from Hennessy a including fresh Strawberry Shortcake for dessert. Adults $9.95 seniors $7.95 children under to $4.95 children under 3 free these offerings May be served out if desired reservations accepted for groups of 6 or More. Large non smoking area no Chicken dinners today. A he Weest v Riol 4l rant i of boat a we Mem outlaw 1701 Hwy. 93 s., Kalispell it 5�w01 40b 755-6100

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