Daily Tribune-Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1971-1973, December 08, 1971, Image 5

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ÍT*— .. ‘¿ ¿ ■ 8 \\ jü 'UjjaL-LXátL.’JL'.B-g •# ! « * - DMUVdntMimp^EXAMINBR , - ¿ ^ 1 . . . *f J — Y * k i k ..J»,-, ' l 'f/P nahîiM A /aa1 Malva McDôWëlf Hohòred Arlan» Patarcon — 689-2587 WISDOM NEWS A tea in honor of Melva Mc­ Dowell was held Saturday af­ ternoon at the Bob McDowell ranch with Doreen and Sunny Kay Mc­ Dowell and Jay and Shaunda McDowell as hostesses. About SO ladies enjoyed an afternoon of visiting. Out of town guests in­ cluded Mrs. Jack Anderson, Mrs. Fred Anderson, Mrs. Fred Nelson, and Mrs. George Stewart of Hamilton; Mrs. Ida George, Mrs. Lloyd Dougherty, Mrs. Jim Allen and son, and Mrs. Richard Smith, all of Dillon, and Mrs. Carl Daniel of Butte. A special Women’s Club meeting was held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Dean Byrne. Plans were made for a Christmas Bake Sale to be held this Tuesday. Mrs. Bruce Helming entertained the Wisdom Pinochle Club Thur­ sday in her home. Kathy Guthrie won high, sequence, and five nine’s. Judy Conover had low. A regular Legion Auxiliary meeting was held Thursday. Plans were made for a Candy and Bake Sale Dec. 17 and caroling Dec. 18. George Helming reports that the high for November was 55 and the low, Minus 4. We also had five inches of snow and an inch of moisture. He also reports that the new furnace is being installed in the Community Building, being about two-thirds complete. Mrs. Lester Else, Patty and Billy called Sunday afternoon at the Mark Clemow home on their way to Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rasmussen were Tuesday dinner guests at the Dale Conover home. Mrs. Mel McDowell and Mrs. Dick Hirschy traveled to Butte Wednesday to meet Melva who has been visiting in Salt Lake City. Sam McDowell left Monday for Oklahoma City where he will be a pick-up man at the National Rodeo Finals. Mrs. McDowell, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hirschy, Mr. and Mrs. Mel McDowell and Melva, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Christiansen will depart Wednesday from Missoula on a flight to Oklahoma City where they will attend the Finals. Wendell and Gene Copenhaver of Ovando called Thursday at the Bob Peterson ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fumandiz were Sunday dinner guests in the Bob Peterson Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clemans and girls attended the Strozzi-Smith wedding Saturday in Dillon. Mrs. Monte Clemow and family and Mrs. Bob Peterson Jr. and Debi motored to Dillon Friday. The Wisdom Senior Bridge Club was entertained Friday at the home df- MrsJ'ClatféfWé Helrtiirtg. ; ; Rate'’,Hürfey,^a«è J»Ba »Helming i tied for \firsti' afid‘'MifflnJbfiWson had law. Floy Helming, Bess Clemow, Grace Anson, Bessie Rasmussen and Phyllis Glassey also played. Railroad Projects Planned SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Burlington Northern Railroad plans expenditure of $50 million for improvement projects in the Spokane area, including a nultimillion dollar freight car classification yard. The new automated freight yard, to be operational by 1975, is ex­ pected to be built at Yardley just east of Spokane or near Hauser Lake in north Idaho, BN officials said. Other items in the railroad’s capital improvement project— the largest in the Spokane area in more than 30 years—include $14 million for line changes and new bridges, BN officials said. The automated freight yard is one of two major , cost-saving projects Great Northern and Northern Pacific said they would built in Spokane if their merger was approved. Boys Ranch Roundup Set D I L L O N — T h e a n n u a l Yellowstone Boys? Ranch Roundup will be held Dec. 13-15 according to Elmer Selway and Tom Clemow, Beaverhead County Roundup foremen. ' Beaverhead County ranchers from Lima to Point of Rocks, Wisdom to Jackson, Polaris to Bannack and Blacktail to Glen will be contributing calves and lambs for the use of 90 boys at Yellowstone Boys’ Ranch. Selway and Clemow have been working during the fall to locate the livestock to, be sçnt to the ranch, and next iveek will be out with trucks picking up thé donated animals, which will be brought to the Dillon Livestock Auction yard. Bob McFprlain of the Boys Ranch is expected to arrive after the animals are attheperts and will load them into a large thick for the trip to Boys Ranch Where they will go on feed. Some of the animals will become 4-H. and FFA, production animalsf-a part of the ' education system at the Ranch. Mr. and iMrs. Harold Nelson traveled to Missoula Tuesday where she had medical attention. Dinner guests Thursday at the Sam McDowell home were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rasmussen. Mrs. Jerry Rutledge spent last Sunday and Monday in Anaconda. Mrs. Earl Willey traveled to Hamilton Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hanson of Missoula were Thanksgiving guests at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Langton at the Clayton Huntley ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grube and family traveled to West Yellowstone for Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Grube. Thursday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shuh of Quincey, Wash. Mrs. Mamie Anderson has been visiting in Los Angeles the past month at the home of her sister, Mrs. Idila Willson. At the annual Wisdom Fire Department meeting held recently, Frank Wilke, Jr. was elected fire chief; Larry Christiansen, assistant chief, and Edith Johnson re-elected secretary-treasurer. Elected to a two-year term as trustee was Pete Rasmussen and Dean Byrne was elected trustee for a three-year term. 1969 Jeep Wagoneer V-8, Auto., P. Steering SEE THIS ONE! 1969 Int. Scout Full Cab, V-8 $219500 1967 Ford % Ton Pickup 4x4 $199500 tA, - . i : Jeep ¡,w Uni versa Is Just Arrived COME SEE THESE 1966 Ford Bronco, Full Cab, Snow Plow Like New SEE US FOR SPECIAL PRICE 1951 Jeep Station Wagon $395»» 1970 Duster Like New Only 9,000 Miles $209500 1968 Buick Riviera LOADED $2895 00 1966 Dodge Coronet 2 Dr. Hdtp. 00 $1095 1965 Ford Fairlane Station Wagon $895 00 See us for used Snowmobiles From $395°° Up Howard Motors 683-4291 , HACKENSACK, N.J. (AP) - Edgar H, Smith Jr„ free from, Death Row after admitting the 1957 slaying of a teen-age girl, said, “It was a difficult choice, but I wanted to be free.” Smith, who was on Death Row longer than any American prisoner, said he felt he might have let some of his supporters down by changing his plea from innocent. “I consider«! all that. But I also considered that I had been in jail for 14 years and 9 months. I looked at what I had been through. It was not likely I'd gain my freedom in the near future,” he said. Smith was freed Monday night after Superior Court Judge Morris Pashman accepted his plea of no defense in the bludgeoning of Victoria Zielinski, a 15-year-old high school student. The girl's body was found in a gravel pit in Bergen County on March 4,1957. The plea was by agreement with the state to avoid a new trial. Judge Pashman set sentence at 25 to 30 years, then gave Smith credit for time served, suspended the remainder of the sentence and put Smith on probation. Smith, now 38, was convicted of murder in May 1957 and was sentenced to the electric chair. The conviction was overturned last June by a federal appeals court judge, who ruled that Smith’s confession in 1957 had been coerced and was unconstitutional. A new trial was scheduled. Smith had escaped death 19 times by appeals and while in prison he wrote a best-selling book, \Brief Against Death.” Under questioning by Pashman Monday, Smith confessed to the crime. • After the judge’s ruling, William F. Buckley Jr., the columnist and television personality who financed many of Smith’s court appeals, accompanied Smith to Trenton State Prison where he gathered his belongings and was discharged. He drove with Buckley to New York to tape a television program moderated by Buckley, \Firing Line.” T und* 8 top?lff% ft? 1 %feci GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador (AP) - The Ecuadorean government imposed a fine of $124,380 on the American tuna boat Ocean Queen, Electoral College Plan Defeated HONOLULU (AP) - A reso­ lution calling for scrapping the electoral college in favor of direct election of the president and vice president was defeated Tuesday in the Resolutions Committee of the 481 h annual congress of the National League of Cities. seized Sunday for the second time while fishing within what Ecuador claims are its territorial waters, Jorge Lince, head of the Fishery Department, announced today. Ecuadoean laws stipulate that the fine must be doubled when the same vessel is seized a second time without a license in the territorial sea. In case of a third seizure, the law authorizes the government to expropriate the boat. Another U.S. tuna boat, the Eileen M, was fined $74,150, Lince added. Both vessels still are in the port of Salinas, but the authorities said they could leave tonight. Open Friday Nite Till 9p.m. ff C é t \ S a n t o s \ 44 05 DEC '70 Form 2 1 7 ' FOR THE GIFT OF HER DREAMS *5 to *15 Sheer nylon baby dolls and waltz gowns ... demure cotton flannel nighties ... you’ll find these and many more sleepwear styles to delight her on Christmas morning. And all priced s j-fc; to suit every Santa's budget! 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