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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - November 29, 1982, Kalispell, Montana Kalispell regional Hospital admissions Orville Carpenter. Eureka Shirley skjold. Rollins Jesse Scheffler. Michael Kyriss. Troy. Discharges Geralyn Hearn cherish Knight Columbia Falls Helen Sorenson Ronan Leonard Emmert Jeff Buller. William swagger Andrea Peenstra Herman Felsman. Kalispell Mindy Harwood and baby Edgar Fossum. Polson Valerie Auch. Libby Linda Jourdanais Bigfork. Flathead county sheriff sunday 10 25 a m., Kienas Road resident reported someone shot her dog. La 16 a m., theft of a Canoe from 1237 lower Valley Road. 3 18 p m., theft of some Wood from a Home in the Marion area. 4 34 p.m., theft of $400 Worth of tools from a pickup parked at a logging site near Mcgregor Lake. Montana Highway patrol sunday i a Daniel Seliger. 18. Hungry horse was taken to North Valley Hospital after he was injured while driving on . 2 in the Columbia Heights area Seliger told patrolmen he lost control of his car and went Over a Steep embankment when he swerved to miss some Deer on the Road. Kalispell police department saturday 5 30 p.m., theft of tool Box from the Back of a pickup. 9 30 p.m., theft of $40 Battery from vehicle. Theft occurred Between 5 p And 8 p Sunday 12 54 ., arrested three minors in Possession of alcohol. Kalispell ambulance sunday 2 45 p.m., motor vehicle Accident. Transported Larry Lockhart. 47, and Alcinda Lockhart 83. Both of Hoo e. Oregon to Kalispell regional Hospital. Monday 12 44 a m., sick Call at 219 Forrest drive. Columbia Falls police sunday 11 05 p.m., Columbia Falls police arrested a North Dakota Man and two teen agers after stopping the Man for erratic driving. Police chief Dave Konopatzke said officers discovered the pickup Terry Lynn Abbey 20. Hettinger. . Was driving was stolen when they ran a Check on the vehicle through the National crime information Center Konopatzke said Abbey was ticketed for driving while intoxicated and speeding. The two juveniles a boy and a girl. Were turned Over to county juvenile authorities he said All three will be returned to North Dakota authorities Konopatzke said boys arrested for theft Flathead county deputies apparently solved five burglaries to the same Home and two thefts to two Kalispell businesses when they arrested four Kalispell boys sunday. A spokesman for the sheriff s department said the boys Are charged with taking $508 on five separate occasions from a Home at 131 Collier Lane. He said the boys were employed by the owner of the Home to work in the Yard and haul Wood. After being arrested the spokesman said deputies Learned three of the boys were involved in the theft of a coat and a pair of gloves from the grizzly Den sports and another pair of gloves from a convenience store in the area. All of the boys have been turned Over to juvenile authorities. Court to consider exception to police illegal search Rule Washington a the supreme court Over Strong objections by three justices today agreed to consider creating a a Good Faith Quot exception to its 68-year Rule Banning from trials All evidence obtained in illegal police searches the court s eventual decision could Lead to a major overhaul of one of the key constitutional defences available to criminal defendants the court said it wants to hear a new round of Oral arguments in an Illinois Case to study a the question whether the Rule should to any extent be modified so As for example not to require the exclusion of evidence obtained in the reasonable belief that the search and seizure was consistent with the fourth the constitutions fourth amendment protects against unreasonable police searches and seizures in a 1914 decision the supreme court created the a exclusionary Rule to deter unlawful police conduct. Under the Rule criminal evidence obtained in a search or after an arrest later found to be unlawful cannot be used against a criminal defendant. The Rule Means that convictions based even in part on such illegally seized evidence must be overturned but As crime rates have mushroomed in recent years the Rule has come under heavy attack. The court on numerous occasions has been asked a and has refused a to allow the use of evidence seized in searches that were unlawful Only because of an a honest Quot mistake by police. But just last june 23. The court refused to tamper with the exclusionary Rule in deciding a criminal Case from Alabama. A to Date. We have not recognized such a a Good Faith exception and we decline to do so Justice Thurgood Marshall wrote for the court then. Today Marshall was one of the three dissenters a along with justices William j. Brennan and John Paul Stevens a As the court agreed to consider creating such a Good Faith exception the court will use the Case of Lance and Susan Gates suspects in a Bloomingdale. 111., drug investigation. The Illinois supreme court suppressed evidence aimed against the two. When it was first argued before the nation s highest court the justices refused to allow Illinois prosecutors to raise arguments in favor of creating a Good Faith exception to the exclusionary Rule that argument had not been made in lower courts. Or. Winfield s. Wilder 70 or. Winfield Scott Wilder. 70. Bigfork died saturday evening at Home. He was born june 12, 1912, in Benchland a son of or Curtis and Norma Wilder he attended school in Lewistown received his Bachelor of science degree from Montana state College in Bozeman in 1934. And his medical degree from Washington University in St Louis in 1938 he married Blanche Taylor in Cascade sept 8, 1935 or Wilder specialized in psychiatry for nine and a half years in St. Louis. New Orleans and Washington. Do. In 1947. He returned to Montana As the first psychiatrist in the state As director of the Montana mental Hygiene program he established five clinics he practice psychiatry in great Falls until 1972 he and his wife have lived in Bigfork since 1976 in 1953. He began service As chairman of the alcohol and narcotics commission of the state Board of health h served with the a spas from 1944 to 1947 and was a member of the Montana society of psychiatry. Neurology and neurosurgery the Mon Tana medical association the american medical association the american psychiatric association and was president of the easter Seal society. Among the awards Given to him were the National mental health society award the College of great Falls award for outstanding Community service and the or. Louis Allard award for Superior medical services to the handicapped he is survived by his wife Blanche. Bigfork one son. Or Wallace Wilder Kalispell two daughters mrs. Jon Dianne Bridgman of Seattle and mrs. Scott Jennifer Smith of Denver eight grandchildren and two Brothers. Newell and Curtis Wilder both in Oregon services for or Wilder will be wednesday at 3 p in the Bigfork methodist Church with the Rev. Joseph Loos officiating burial will be in the local cemetery under the direction of Johnson mortuary. The family suggests memorials be made to the methodist Church of Bigfork or the Saint Labre Indian school in Ashland William e. Chaney 78 William Everett Chaney. 78. Columbia Falls died saturday evening in the North Valley Hospital in Whitefish. He was born aug. 2. 1904. In Orrick. To to William a. And Ida May Chaney he was raised and educated near Orrick in 1929 he moved to Montana and lived in i Wilder. Or Winfield. 70. Bigfork died saturday. Funeral services 3 p wednesday in Bigfork methodist Church burial in local cemetery y Oft n son a mortuary 525 mom Street a 755-3036 Willard Lorene and Laul a family concern dedicated to service Lendale. Brockton and Wolf Point where he was employed with International Harvester at the Hansen implement co. For 30 years in 1967 he moved to the Flathead Valley he married Iona Frazer july 25. 1925, in Camden. To. He is survived by his wife at Home four sons Everett of Frazer Donald of Trego Thomas of Havre and Gary of Puyallup Wash. Three daughters. Shirley Flynn of Wolf Point. Sherry Shanks of Columbia Falls. Karen Chaney of san Juan Capistrano. Calif. Two Brothers. H j Chaney of Kansas City kan., and Lester Chaney of Richland. To. Three Sisters. Mary Viola and Gertrude All of Missouri 21 is an children and 15 Christmas Parade watchers photo by Brad Hagadone a Large crowd turned out to watch Friday night s Christmas Parade. The travelling trophy for Best use of theme Quot Kalispell Christmas City of the North Quot was awarded to first Northwestern Bank. The $100 prize for Best float was won by first interstate Bank. First interstate donated the Check to the Flathead High school concert choir for their Nashville trip fund. The Vintage received a trophy As second place Winner. Haarr Bros. Won the third place trophy. There were 42 entries in the Parade. The National weather service predicts scattered rain or Snow showers accompanied with wind for the Flathead Valley through tuesday. The High temperature today should be near 40 with the Low tonight dropping to 25-30. The High tuesday will be near 35. Precipitation possibilities Are 30 percent today 40 percent tonight and 30 percent tuesday. Ventilation this afternoon should be Good. The Sun will set this afternoon at 4 46 and will Rise tuesday at 8 05 the extended forecast for Montana West of the Divide wednesday through Friday Calls for scattered Snow showers with highs 25-35 and lows 10-20. East of the Divide the forecast includes variable cloudiness through tuesday with scattered Snow showers Over mountains. Occasional Southwest winds Are expected along the East slopes of the Rockies. Highs today will be mostly 40 to 50 and tuesday in the upper 30s and 40s. Lows tonight mainly 20s. The extended forecast for Eastern Montana wednesday through Friday Calls for a Cooling trend with periods of scattered Snow. Highs mostly 30s. Lows 10-25 Valley record temperatures include a High of 56 in 1932, a Low of minus 4 in 1905 and .31 Inch precipitation in 1942 one year ago the High temperature was 31. The Low 13 and there was no precipitation. Temperatures throughout the Valley sunday include a Glacier Park International Airport High 38. Low 23, .02 Inch precipitation. A Kalispell High 38. Low 28, of Inch precipitation. A Columbia Falls High 39. Low 26. Of Inch precipitation. A Whitefish High 35. Low 30, .04 Inch moisture. 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Columbia Falls and Kalispell will be rescheduled for a Date in the near future passersby will be asked to donate a Dollar to buy groceries for needy families at Christmas. Commodity review no Pofi to o . Davidson Sacco. .12 second St w 755-6212 because you want your Money to do More. Great grandchildren. Services will be tonight at 7 30 in the Austin funeral Home in Whitefish with the Rev. Ralph Werner of the first Baptist Church of Columbia Falls officiating. Services will also be conducted Friday at to , in the Clayton memorial Chapel in Wolf Point burial will be in the Greenwood cemetery in Wolf Point Abbey carpets Best installation largest selection finest Quality Best value Turc top of underpass Hill phone 755-6033 quotes As of to x a in today Dow Jones 1007 7.1 4 37 a hex Oil in. 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