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Obituaries Jack Dean Buell Jack Dean Buell died October 2, 2004. He was born in Minneapolis, Kansas to Jesse and Leona Buell on December 20,1946. Their fam­ ily moved to Montana shortly af­ ter his birth. He attended local schools in Dillon. In 1964, he joined the Army, spending a year in Vietnam. He was honorably discharged in 1967. In 1968, he married Vaneasa Ericksen. They had four children, and chose to stay in Dillon for the duration of their lives. He went to work for Owen Trucking in 1970 and worked there until his death. He loved taking rides in the mountains, especially in the Stone Creek area. He also loved work­ ing in the yard, fishing, and spend­ ing time tvith his family. His parents, Jesse and Leona, and his wife of 29 years, Vaneasa, precede him in death. Survivors include his longtime companion Joanne Erickson of Dillon, son Jerry Buell of Dillon, son Jack Buell Jr.. (Nicole) of Butte, daughter Janelle Barker (Brian) of Dillon, son Justin Buell (Rachel) of Dillon, grandkids Joshua and Jacob Barker, Justin Jessie, Jaynae, and Jolene Buell and sister Carol Hudson of Ne- b'raik'a. ' He was the best father and grandfather you could ask for, and will be greatly missed. Graveside services will be at Mountain View Cemetery at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 7. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Albert Macioroski Albert Macioroski died Octo­ ber 2, 2004 in Dillon, Montana. He was born June 5, 1912 in Terry, MT to Alexander and Ber­ tha (Rossa) Macioroski. He packed a lot of living into his 92 years. At an early age he struck out on his own working on various ranches where he enjoyed working with horses especially breaking workhorse teams. He joined the Army Air Corp and served in World Wall II. He took great pride in serving his country. Mining brought him to southwestern Montana after the war. Here, he met and married LaReeta Crossley December 7, 1950. They lived in Melrose all their married life. He worked at various jobs over the years including working for the BLM and forest Service with the Green Thumb program. He was a hard worker and always kept busy even chopping wood up to his final days. He loved to visit with family and friends who he could enter­ tain for hours with all the many adventures he had had over the years. He liked writing letters to the editor letting the politicians know how things really were or the way they should be. One of the greatest joys of his life was his grand children and great grandchildren. They always brought a smile to his face and a twinkle to his eyes. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Joseph and Elmer, sister Alma, and his grand­ son, Terry. He is survived by his wife LaReeta, half brother Tony of Terry, son Joe (Lynnette) Macioroski of Dillon, daughter Effie Macioroski (Bruce) of Shelby, son Robert (Charlene) Macioroski of Butte, grandchil­ dren Charlene Walker, Carrie Mitton, and Amanda Clark, great grandchildren Brandon Walker, Hailey Walker, Jonathan Clark, and Kylee Mitton and god daugh­ ter Susan Lively. Memorial Services were held Tuesday, October 7 at Brundage Chapel. Family requests that memorial contributions may be made to American Diabetes Association, the American Cancer Society or a charity of the donor’s choice. Madge Julia Einboden Madge Julia Mikesell died Sep­ tember 28, 2004, at Parkview Acres Care center at the age of 93. She was born July 10,1911 in Mammoth, Utah to David Albert and Mary Etta (Jones) Mikesell She had three brothers and three sisters. Her family moved to Salt Lake City around 1916 and lived there until they all moved to Cali­ fornia in 1921. She attended school in Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. She also attended Woodbury Business College in Los Angeles and worked for the Community Chest Organization as a secretary for a few years. She also enjoyed her callings in her church. . . . •. In 1938 she married Earl Einboden. They moved to Nevada in 1970. They were together for 50 years until he died in 1989. In 1994 she moved to Montana with her daughter and family. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother and loved her fam­ ily very much. Services will be held at Lake Shore, Utah and she will be bur­ ied by her husband in Provo, Utah. She was preceded in death by her husband Earl and a grandson. She is survived by her daugh­ ter Nancy Phil Turner of Dillon, her son Allanand Dina Einboden of Elko, NV, her daughter in-law Pattie Cohen of Glendale, Califor­ nia, eight children and 24 great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, you may send donations to the Utah State Developmental Center, Attention Business Office, 895 N. 900 E., American Fork, UT 84003, where her granddaughter Gretchen re­ sides. Please put in memory of Gretchen Einboden's grand­ mother. Marriages Curtis L. Owen and Natalie Shepherd were married Septem­ ber 18, 2004. Koby B. Holland and Erika D. McBride were married Septem­ ber 18, 2004. Miles J. McCullough and Kelly J. Houk were married September 11,2004. HOST FAMILIES NEEDED Piriya, 15 yrs. Make a new lifelong friend from abroad. Enrich your family with another cul­ ture. Now you can host an exchange student (girl or boy) from Sweden, Germany, France, Spain, England, Japan, Brazil, Italy or other countries. Becoming a host to a young international visitor is an experience of a lifetime! Call for information or to choose your own exchange student. Large variety of nationalities, interests, hobbies, etc. now available (single parents, couples with or without children may host). Call us now. Sara at 1-800-733-2773 www.asse.com Founded 1976 zjrtA L ¡ T '. O f r r t O O a iH S E KnoOKAMV Fidfy Accredited International Organization A WORLD OF I NDEKSTANDINC THRO! OH CROSS« IT! TLAL AND ED! '(ATH)NAL PROGRAMS Divorces Chad Casey Cook and Amanda L. Cook were divorced Septem­ ber 28, 2004. Claryl Haggard and Shelly Haggard were divorced Septem­ ber 16, 2004. Tanya N.L. Swart and Joseph R. Hayden Swart were divorced September 21, 2004. Eugene Lewandowski and Jody Levvandowski were divorced Sep­ tember 21, 2004. Police News September 22 No report released by depart­ ment to media. September 23 12:10 a.m. A citation fop no in­ surance was issued to a motorist on the 300 block of S. Dakota Street. 3:24 p.m. Police are investigat­ ing the theft of a license plate, West Park Street. 7:58 p.m. Police received a call of a missing Golden Retriever, North Dakota Street. September 24 9:00 a.m. Police received a re­ port of a lost or stolen purse a t . the high school. The purse was located. 11:53 a.m. Police received a complaint of a child without a seatbelt, Kentucky and Thomsen. 2:19 p.m. Police received a complaint of vandalism, Paradise Inn. 8:30 p.m. Officers are investi­ gating a report of a possible as­ sault, by the Baptist Church. 11:23 p.m. Deputies investi­ gated a report of a truck peeling out and throwing rocks at Way- side Acres. The vehicle was lo­ cated but the owner could not be located. A Minor in Possession was issued. September 25 10:50 a.m. Issued a citation for expired registration to a motor­ ist, Alqoj?arking lot. 3:01 p.m. Police received a call regarding a suspicious male by UM-Western. 4:08 p.m. Responded to a wel­ fare check, West Park St. 6:59 p.m. Police issued a cita­ tion for excessive speed at the corner of Schuler Lane and High­ way 91. 8:46 p.nt. Issued a citation for improper registration of a motori vehicle, by Dillon Collision. 10:11 p.m. Issued a citation for expired registration on Washing­ ton and Glendale. 10:20 p.m. Two females were cited for open container in the al­ ley behind ihe Office Bar. 11:28 p.m. Issued a citation for failure to have seat belts in use. Issued a warning for no front li­ cense plate, South Atlantic St. 11:46 p.m. Officers assisted an individual in getting up after a fall, S. Rife St. September.26 12:28 a.m. Officers arrested a male on a charge of DUI at Town Pump. 1:31 p.m. Officers received a parking complaint, Chestnut St. 2:49 p.m. House business check. 3:02 p.m. Police received a complaint of vandalism, South Pacific St. 7:53 p m. A concerned citizen reported a wounded robin in the street at the corner of Helena and Atlantic. The bird was caught and moved to a safer location. September 27 8:01 a.m. Police are investigat­ ing a report of vandalism to the high school. 9:54 a.m. Extra patrol re­ quested by a homeowner. 10:19 a.m. Officers are inves­ tigating a report of someone pawning stolen goods, Jim ’s Smoke Shop. 9:19 p.m. Received a complaint of barking dogs, S. Pacific St. 11:02 p.m. Received a report of a suspicious looking male, little Town Pump. 11:33 p.m. Police arrested a male on a charge of disorderly conduct, East Reeder St. Sheriff News September 27 4:11 p.m. A caller requested a deputy to check on a gentleman who appeared to be slumped over in his vehicle. The deputy advised the vehicle was gone upon arrival. 6:59 p.m. A deputy issued a citation for trespass to property and obstructing a peace officer to two individuals after receiv­ ing a complaint. 7:44 p.m. Beaverhead Ambu­ lance requested to transfer a pa­ tient. September 28 9:36 a.m. Dispatch received several calls in regards to an eld­ erly woman driving southward in the northbound lane on 1-15 at mile marker 64. Dispatch advised that the vehicle got turned around. 3:55 p.m. A deputy was dis­ patched to investigate a traffic complaint. 5:00 p.m. Beaverhead Ambu­ lance was requested to transport a patient from Dillon to Butte. 5:08 p.m. The office was ad­ vised of a truck which backed into a pole, knocking over power lines and a transformer onto the ground. The Fire Department and Northwestern Energy were dis­ patched to the scene. September 29 3:34 a.m. An individual re­ ported people in a vacant trailer that had been broken into before. The responding deputy advised there was no one around but he would patrol the area. 9:15 a.m. Beaverhead Ambu­ lance requested to pick up a pa­ tient in Butte. 9:35 a.m. A deputy was re­ quested for a vehicle inspection. 5:03 p.m. A deputy issued a speeding citation to a Utah mo­ torist, 1-15 mile marker 18 south­ bound. 6:43 p.m. A deputy investi­ gated an animal complaint. The problem was resolved. 8:08 p.m. An individual re­ ported an unwanted person at his home. The individual was gone upon arrival of officers. September 30 3:45 a.m. A deputy issued a citation for assault. 8:40 a.m. A deputy issued a speeding citation to a Dillon mo­ torist on Highway 278 at mile marker 10. 9:06 a.m. A deputy was re­ quested to inform an individual that he could not dump grass on the side of the road. 4:53 p.m. A deputy cited a lo­ cal motorist for improper turn­ ing on North Montana St. 5:17 p.m. A Kalispell motorist was cited for speeding on Laknar Lane. 5:29 p.m. A Utah motorist was cited for speeding on Laknar Lane. MONDAY LADIES OPEN MEETING: 8 p.m. • Alano Club, 29 1/2 E. Centerfabove BPOE Club). Dillon OPEN MEETING: 8 p.m. • Lima Community Church, Lima TUESDAY OPEN MEETING: 12 noon • Alano meeting, Bethel Methodist Church, Sheridan. Side door. Will be a sign. 842-7922 OPEN MEETING: 0 p.m. • St. James Episcopal Church hall, upstairs, 203 E. Glendale, Dillon. WEDNESDAY OPEN MEETING: 7 pm.-Alano Club, 291/2 E. Center (above BPOE Club), Dillon (Big Book Study) OPEN MEETING: 12 noon • U of M Western Library (Downstairs) Study Rm. 005 THURSDAY CLOSED H A MEETING: 7 p.m. • Alano Club, 291 /2 E. Center (above BPOE Club), Dillon OPEN MEETING: 8 p.m. pt the Church of the Valley, Twin Bridges FRIDAY OPEN MEETING: 8 p.m. • Alano Club, 29 1/2 E. Center (above BPOE Club). Dillon SATURDAY OPEN MEETING: 1 st 8 3rd Saturday: 8 p.m. • Jackson Community Church, Jackson. 2nd 8 4th Saturdays: 8 p.m. • Lima Community Church, Lima OPENUA MEETING: 12 noon • Alano Club, 291 12 E. Center (above BPOE Club), Dillon ________________________________________________________________ AL-ANON MEETING: TUESDAY, OPENING MEETING: 8 p.m., Saint James Episcopal Church Hall, downstairs. 203 E. Glendale, Dillon. THURSDAY, OPENING MEETING: 12 noon. Bethany Methodist Church, Sheridan, MT, alley door - look for sign on door. Sobriety Birthday-Dinner: Once monthly on closest birthday. Dillon Alano Club. 29 1 2 E. Center. Dillon. MT 59725 Telephone: 683-9984 if no answer, leave MESSAGE! S o m e o n e w ill be in touch w ith all possible speed! October 1 3:25 p.m. A deputy issued a speeding'citation to a Missoun motorist on 1-15. 3:56 p.m. An individual re­ quested a trailer inspection. 5:18 p.m. An Alberta motorist was issued a speeding citation, I- 15. 6:53 p.m. A Washington mo­ torist driving a four-wheeler was cited for basic rule violation and no insurance. 8:42 p.m. A deputy was re­ quested to perform a welfare check. October 2 7:36 a.m. Beaverhead Ambu­ lance requested to transport a male to the hospital. 8:33 a.m. A deputy was dispatced to an accident. High­ way Patrol and Deer Lodge County were also notified. 9:51 a.m. A deputy was re­ quested for a vehicle inspection. 11:46 a.m. A deputy is investi­ gating a theft reported from a lo­ cal truck stop. 3:52 p.m. Beaverhead Ambu­ lance paged to transport an indi­ vidual who had fallen. 5:54 p.m. Beaverhead Ambu­ lance paged to transport an indi­ vidual who had fallen. 7:33 p.m. Beaverhead Ambu­ lance paged to transport an indi­ vidual to Deer Lodge from the Barrett Hospital Emergency Room. 7:36 p.m. A deputy requested to speak to a deputy in regards to being harassed. 11:48 p.m. A loud party was reported, end of Thomsen at Oliver Lane. A deputy spoke to the individuals and they agreed to keep the music down. October 3 10:50 a.m. A dead deer was reported on 1-15 at mile 54 south­ bound. 5:36 p.m. An individual re­ ported that the front window of his vehicle was broken out, Apex Exit. 6:46 p.m. Beaverhead Ambu­ lance paged to transport a patient from Barrett Hospital to Bozeman. City Court Jimmy G. Phillips forfeited $20 for speeding. Crystal Dunlap pleaded guilty to charges of driving without a valid driver’s license, expired, fined $135. Stephen W. Myers pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, fined $160. Michael L. Tayler forfeited $20 for failure to have seatbelt in use. Joseph R. Hayden pleaded guilty to speeding, fined $20. Charges of driving a motor vehicle without liability protec­ tion in effect against Anthony L. Elchison were dismissed upon providing proof of insurance cov­ erage. Theresa B. Moss forfeited $20 for speeding. Waylon D. Wasylein was fined $160 for minor in possession of alcohol under the age of 21 charges. Kriss J. Caprara forfeited $100 for charges of public nuisance. Martin F. Petritz pleaded guilty to two counts of CRMIP, fined $520, sentenced to commu­ nity service and other conditions imposed. Colter W. Davis pleaded guilty to obstructing a peace officer, fined $310 and sentenced to 10 days jail - time suspended condi­ tionally. Pleaded guilty to disor­ derly conduct, fined $160. Pleaded guilty to CRMIP over the age of 18, fined $260 and sen­ tenced to community service. Charges of operating a motor vehicle with expired registration against Brett T. Barnes were dis­ missed upon providing proof that vehicle registration was current at the time the citation was is- sued. Thomas J. Scalese forfeited $160 for CRMIP under the age of 21 years. William C. Nielsen forfeited $160 for charges of CRMIP un­ der the age of 21 years. Tony N. Talalotu pleaded guilty to charges of CRMIP, fined $260, sentenced to community service, driver’s license sus­ pended for a period of 30 days, shall complete the substance abuse information course with parental involvement and to be responsible for all associated costs, conditions imposed. Justin J. Fisher pleaded guilty to charges of resisting arrest, fined $260 and sentenced to 10 days jail. Jail time suspended con­ ditionally. Pleaded guilty to CRMIP over the age of 18 years, first offense, fined $260, sen­ tenced to community service and other conditions imposed. John L. Lappin pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, sentenced to 10 days jail. Gabriel O. Davis pleaded guilty to a third offense CRMIP under the age of 18, fined $360, sentenced to community service, shall complete the substance abuse information course in the company of a parent and be re­ sponsible for all costs of the pro­ gram, shall complete a chemical dependency assessment, be re­ sponsible for all associated costs and abide by the recommenda­ tions of tile counselor, driver’s li­ cense is suspended for a period of six months. Should the condi­ tions and terms of sentencing not be adhered to, his driver's license will be suspended for an addi­ tional six months. Other condi Continued on Page A11 Aucnof* 7225 Hwv. 91S. 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