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DAILY TRIBUNE-EXAMINER P lge2 DUlon, Montana Wednesday. November 21,1972 Vital Statistics of Southwestern Montana The Daily Tribune - Examiner The Voice ol Southwestern Montana Since 1887 22 S. Montana St., Dillon,Montana S972S (406) 683-2331 Leonardo. Carroll Publisher Published daily except Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays by Finefrock Publishing, Inc*, W. L. Finefrock, President. M O N T A N A PRESS/,, ASSOCIATION 4 0 months. S3.75 for three months; SI.50 for Subscription rates $l2per year, S7 lor « one month Entered as second class matter June 12, 1867. at the post office in Dillon, Mont , under the Act of March 3,1879 Second class postage paid at Dillon. NATIONAL ADVERTISING R E P R E S E N T A T IV E Inland Newspaper Represen­ tatives, Inc., 410 N Michigan Avo.. Chicago, in 60611. Member: Montana Press Association and the Associated Press •The T E welcomes letters to the editor on any subject or tojbic of gwieral^nterest All letters must be signed and should be limited to not more than 750 words. The editor reserves the r.ghr to edit all letters tor space, good taste and for the pur­ pose ot deleting any personal attackson individuals or groups. • Happy Birthday November 22: Bob Taylor Muggs McGrath Kym Marie Hartwig November 23: C. K. Barney Ray Barnes • Anniversaries November 22: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burwell Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Koeneke November 23: Mr. and Mrs. John Hren Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schiopen • Hospital Notes BARRETT HOSPITAL Adm itted: George Darow, Pamela Mussard. Dism issed: Shirley Ferguson and John Harr. • Weatherman Travelers advisory. Snow and gusty southwest winds causing local blowing and drifting Wed­ nesday. Turning colder. Snow and wind decreasing and continued cold Thanksgiving day. The early morning low in Dillon today was 15 according to the Western Montana College weather station. Tuesday the high was 28 after an early morning low of -1. The final moisture recording of the storm was .03 inches in the 24 hour period from 5 p.m. Monday until 5 p.m. Tuesday. One year ago, Nov. 21, the high was 42 and the low 14. The sun will set this evening at 4:59. Thanksgiving day will have nine hours and eight minutes of sunlight, with the sunrise at 7:40 and sunset at 4:48. Friday sunrise will be at 7:41 and sunset at 4:47. • What's Doing? WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Jaycees, 8 pan., Hotel Andrus., Beaverhead Junior Riding Club, 5:30 p.m „ REA Bldg. Beaverhead Riding Club, 7:00 p.m., REA Bldg. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22 Thanksgiving Day. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m.. REA Bldg. Dillon Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m ., State Bank Hospitality Room. • New Arrivals; Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Remely of Polaris are the parents o f a baby boy born Nov. 20 at St,. James Community Hospital in Butte, LTC and Mrs. M aurice G. (Marian) Bostwick are the parents of a baby girl, bom Nov. 17 at Fayetteville, N.C. The little girl, their first child, has been named Patricia Elizabeth. Mrs. Bostwick is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Weddington of Concord, N.C. The new father is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bostwick o f Dillon and is stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C. • Club Notes The Dillon Duplicate Bridge Club meets Friday evening at the State Bank Hospitality Room, beginning play at 7:30 pjn. Winners of the previous evening of [day are Mary Martin and Norma Kneeland in first place with Kate Hawkins and Mae Tonrey in second. • Youth Reports GW Sw o t Troop 527 Girl Scout Troop 537 held their , meetMg on Monday, Nov. 19. They made plans for the dance which will be held on Dec. 8. They discussed plans for their trip to Expo which will be sometime during the summer. They talked about what they would like to do to earn the money to go. They worked on several badges. There were 10 girls present with Mrs. Adele Sawyer in charge. Treats wore brought by Maureen Carroll. . Peggy Forsman, Scribe People In The News 'BIG SKY CINEMA 1 & 2' Calf 683-4833 Anytime For Show information A DOUBLE BARREL OF “TRINITY” FUN! Jt»ephEI<enrtaeFraent» \T h e y C a ll M e i T r i n ity j g f h n Joseph E. Levine Presents ^ “ T r i n i t y I s Cln«m« i . wed 21 Thru Set 24 Double Combo - Starts 7 p.m. Vanishing Wilderness \Great New Nature Film\ Cinema 2 - Wed. Thru T ims . Starts Dec. 5 Plays 7 Days - Rated G Plays 7 Days The Western Montana College faculty women’s bridge club met recently at the home of Marlene Grout with Carol Cypher and Darlene Link as co-hostesses. Prizes wait to Ethel Picton, Pat Stish, Darlene Link, Mary Ann Lott and Bobbi Jean Scott. • Youth Reports Blacktail Mountaineers 4-H Club The Blacktail Mountaineers 4-H Club discussed the Christmas party and set the date for Dec. 16 at the Cross home and names will be drawn at the next regular meeting. Connie Jardine becam e a member of the club. At Achievement Night, Jennifer Brown, Kristi Grigg and Casey Love won awards for record books. Trula Kay Cross won an agriculture and beef pin. Casey Love received a poultry award. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served. Jennifer Brown, Reporter : PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - John A. Scali, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, is recovering from open heart surgery to repair three partially blocked arteries. “ Everything looks vary good. He ought to do very well,” said Dr. Edward Diethrich, director of the Arizona Heart Institute, where the operation took place Tuesday. Scali, 55, had complained of chest pains in recent weeks during U.N. Security Council debates on the Mideast War. He flew to Phoenix Sunday with his wife for an examination at the institute. Dr. Diethrich said the operation was to “ bypass narrowed portions of the am b a ssador’ s coronary arteries and to bring a fresh supply of blood to the heart muscle.” MALAGA, Spain (AP) — Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, is doing some hunting at Molino del Rey, the 2,500-acre estate of the Duke o f Wellington. During his five-day vacation, the 25-year-old prince also will see the duke’s 22-year-old daughter, Lady Jane Wellesley, the girl some London newspapers say Charles will marry. The prince arrived Tuesday and was met at the airport by the duke and duchess. Lady Jane arrived from London a day earlier. LOS ANGELES (AP) - Michael Altenberger, 18, is being held on 24 counts of murder in connection with the fire last week at the Stratford Apartments. The 24 victims included nine children. Fifty-two persons were injured. Authorities said Altenberger, of Tucson, Ariz., confessed he started the fire. He was arrested Friday, seven hours after the blaze, and was arraigned Tuesday before Judge Morton Rochman. Thought for today: Concealed talent brings no reputation. — Erasmus, Dutch scholar, about 1436-1536. The Daily TV Schedule includes Cable Channels 2 ,«, 5 A 6 Also Non-cabla Missoula l] W e d n e sday Novem b e r 21 5:00 PM 2, 4, 6 & 13— News 5— Dragnet 5:30 PM 2, 4, S, 6 & 13— News 6:00 PM 2 & 5— News 4— Bonanza 6— Truth or Consequences 13— Elvis: Aloha From Hawaii 6:30 PM 2— Police Surgeon 5— The New Price is Right 6— To Tell the Truth 7:00 PM 2— Adam-12 4, 6 8. 13— Movie (Doctor Dollttle) 5— Movie (Rough Night in Jericho) 7:30 PM 2 6* 13— Banacek 9:00 PM 2— Love Story 5— Cannon 13— Cliff Robertson at Squaw Valley 10:00 PM 2, 4, 5 & 13— News 6— Mod Squad 10:30 PM 2 & 13— Johnny Carson 4— Movie (Please Don't Eat the Daisies) 10:40 PM 5— Movie (Bachelor Flat) 11:00 PM 6— News 7:00 AM 2 & 13— Today 4 & 5— Captain Kangaroo 7:30AM 5— My Friend Fiicka •:00 AM 4— Today In Montana 5 - Joker's Wild Prescript ions Gifts - Cosmetics Russell Stover Candy Mitchell Drug 11:30 PM 6— JFK — A Time to Remember Midnight 2— Tomorrow ' Thursday Novem b e r 22 7:00AM 2,4,5 & 13— Thanksgiving Day Parades 0:4$ AM 6— News •: S3 AM 4— There's a Doctor In the House 0:00 AM 6 - Andy Griffith 0:30AM b— Brady Bunch 10:00 AM 3 $ 13— Magic Man -4— Rosa Kennedy's Thanksgiving' Spaclal 5— Pro Football Pre-Game b— Password I0:ISAM 5— Pro Football (Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions) 10:10 AM 4— Brady Bunch 6— Spilt Second , 11:00 AM 4 S, 4— College Football Preview 11:13AM 4 1 4 — Collage Football (Air Force vs. Notro Dame) 11:30 AM 21, IS— Alice Through the Looking Glass IlOQPM 1 A IS— Pro Football Pro-Gama 1:10 PM I I , IS— Pro Football (Miami vs. Dallas) f — Movie (Journey to the Center ot the ■orth) HJOPM 4— Mike Douglae (3 - Sill Daily's Hocus Pocus Gang 3:30 PM 4— Famous Classic Tales 6 - Andy Griffith 3:55 PM 5— Spotlight Five 4:00 PM 5— Movie (The Snow Queen) 6— Beverly Hillbillies 4:30 PM 2— Hogan's Heroes 4 & 6— College Football (Alabama vs. LSU) 13— Wild Kingdom 5:00 PM 2 8. 13— News 5:30 PM 2, 5 & 13— News 6:00 PM 2 & 5 - News 13— Burl Ives 6:30 PM 2— Sports Special 5— Hollywood Squares 7:00 PM 2 & 13— Movie (M y Fair Lady) 5— The Waltons 7:30 PM 4— CBS News 6— Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't 8:00 PM 4 & 5— Movie (Duel at Diablo) 6— Movie (Pocketful of Miracles) 10:00 PM 4 & 5— News 10:15PM 2 fit 13— News 10:30 PM 4— Movie (Don't Make Waves) 6— Pro Skiing's Richest Race: The Lange Cup 10:40 PM 5— Movie (Madame X) 10:45 PM 2 fit 13— Johnny Carson 11:00 PM 6— News 11:30 PM A Salute to Humble Howard 12:15 PM 2— Tomorrow •:30 AM 4 fl. 5— $10/000 Pyramid •:45AM News 1:55 AM There's a Doctor In the House THANKSGIVING SPECIAL treatments for only 3:00 AM 2 A 13— Dinah Shora 4— Gambit 5— Romper Room 4— Andy Griffith 9:30 AM 2 A 13— Hollywood Squares 4 A 6— Brady Bunch 5— Love of Life 9:33 AM 5— CBS News 10:00AM 2— Jeopardy 4 A 5— Young and the Restless 6 A 13— Password 12: IS PM 4 A b— College Football (Nebraska vs. Oklahoma) 12:10 PM 2 A 13— Doctors 5— Edge of Night 1:00 PM 2— Another World 5— H.M.S. Plnafora 13— Password 1:30 PM 2— Return to Peyton Place 13— Split Second 2:00 PM 2 A 13— Somerset 2:30 PM 2— Wlrard of Odds 5— Movie (Fattier Goose) 3:00 PM 2— Merv Griffin 13— Return to Payton Place 3:30 PM 4 A b— All-America Football Team 13— Days ot Our Lives 4:00 PM 2— l Dream of Jeannle 4 - Joker's Wild b— Beverly Hillbillies 13— Jeopardy 4:30 PM 2— Hogan's Heroes 4— Let's Make a Deal b— Andy Griffith 13- Witard of Odds 4:33 PM 5— Spotlight Five 3:00 PM 2, 4, 4 A 13— News 5— Dragnet 3:30 PM 2, 4, 5, 4 A 13— News' 4:00 PM 2 A 5— News 4— Has Haw 4— Truth or Consequences 13— Assembly of God 4:10 PM 3— Girl With Something Extra 5— New Treasure Hunt 4— To Tall the Truth 7:00 PM 2— Sanford and Son 4 A 5— Movie (To Sir, With Love) 4 A 13— Brady Bunch Meet the Fort Team ELLIOTT FORD SALES , Phone 683-2347 . 1 . ■ 'Sellen\ Bellon: 483-4515 'Fair Deal\ Fred: 603 5545 ' \Happy\ Hank: 403-4379> F r e e z e r s s^i 'Sw ’ IN STOCK ' y t J i Check These Values THE HOMESTEAD HOUSE Phone 433-5411 Friday Novem ber 23 3:30 AM 5— Sunrise Semester . 4:00 AM 5— CBS News 4:)0 AM 4— Viewer's Digest 0:19 AM 2— Genius 4:33 AM 4— Farm Report 0:43 AM 2— News 4— Forest Service Today 4— Hotel Balderdash IQelfl AM 2— Who, What or Where 4 A 5— Starch For Tomorrow 4 A 13— Split second1 10:33 AM 2 - NBC News 11:00AM . 2 A 1 3 - Baffle 4 A 4— All My Children 5— Midday 11:30 AM 2 A 13— Throa on a Match 4 A 5— As the world Turn* 4— Lot's Makaa Daal Now 3— Days of Our Llvat 4 A *— Collaga Football Pravtaw 5— Guiding Light 1 3 - Of Cgbbagas and Kings 7:10 PM 2— Brian Keith 4— Movla (The Man Who Wanted to Llva Forever) 13- Odd Couple 0:00 PM 2— Movie (The Deadly Affair) 13— Room 222 0:30 PM 13— Adam'i Rib 0:00 PM 4— Gordon MecRaa < A— Engelbert Humperdinck 4— Love, American Styla 13— Sanford and Son f:MPM 13— Girl With something Extra tt:00PM 2, 4. ] A 13- NtW* 4— Mod Squad 10:10 PM 2 A 11— Johnny Carton 4— Movla (The Creeping Flesh) 11:4# PM 5 - Movie (Zulu) 11:00PM 4— News . 11:3# PM 4— Movie (Pillow of Doeth) MMtlgM 2 A is- Midnight Special 11:43AM A— Movie (Mart Needs Womw) LEGAL NOTICE BEFORE THE BOARD OF MILK CONTROL OFTHE STATE OF MONTANA In the Matter o f the Amendment of Rule 8-3.14 (14) S-1440 (BOARD OF MILK CONTROL ORDER NO. 721 AND SUPPLEMENT NO. 7) PRICE ORDERS, To Consider Changes to the Distributor Class I Flexible E conom ic Form u la. (Statewide) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR AMENDMENT OF RULE 8- 3.14 (14) S-1440 (BOARD OF MILK CONTROL ORDER NO. 721 AND SUPPLEM E NT NO. 7) (CLASS I FORMULA) DOCKET NO. 10 1. On January 4, 1974, at 9:00 A.M., MST, or as soon thereafter as interested parties can be heard, a Public Hearing will be held in the Department of Highways Auditorium, Scott Hart Building, 8th Avenue and Roberts Street, Helena, Montana, to consider Amendment to Rule 8-3.14 (14) S— 1440 (Board o f Milk Control Order No. 721 and Supplement No. 7). 2. The Hearing will continue from time to time until sufficient evidence is obtained. 3. The purpose o f said Hearing is to consider statewide revisions and-or amendments to the Flexible E conom ic Form u la heretofore adopted for Distributors by Official Order No. 721 and Supplement No. 7 and to consider a different in­ terval of acceleration. Also to be considered is whether the Distributors Form u la allows equitable margins for Jobbers and- or Sub-Contractors. 4. Interested persons may present their data, views or argumoits whether orally or in writing at the Hearing. 5. Mr. James H. McFarland, Esquire, 805 North Main, Helena, Montana 59601, has been designated by the Department and the Board to preside over and conduct the Hearing. 6. Copies o f the detailed notice of Public Hearing, including facts of the Board’s own knowledge may be had by writing or calling the Milk Control Division, Department of Business Regulation, 805 North Main Street, Helena, Montana 59601, phone number 449-3163. 7. The authority of the Board of Milk Control to conduct this Hearing is based on Section 27-407, R. C. M. 1947, as Amended. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD, OF MILK CONTROL Genevieve Remillard Chairman By: K. M. Kelly Administrator CERTIFIED TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE Nov 14, 1973. MAC Notice No. 8-3-3 Nov. 21. “ Temporary Kings,” by Anthony Powell. , This is the eleventh in Anthony Powell’s sequence “ A Dance to the Music of Time” , and promises to bring together some highly unusual personalities. As his characters swirl in ever quickening tempo, it becom es clear that-his epic “ Dance” is becoming increasingly frenzied and that more and more of the “ Dancers” are meeting final, even tragic, ends. “ Come Nineveh, Come Tyre,” by Allen Drury. The bright sun of promise shines peace over America and President Edward M. Jason stands before a grateful people. In confidence and in hope that clear inaugural morning, the brief memory of political violence is hardly retained. Rapprochement between the two most powerful nations on earth is at hand, and the doubters and naysayers to the gleaming vision of unity stand silent in the shadow of the National Anti-war Activities Congress. At this historic moment all eyes ■ and thoughts turn toward the President as he speaks. A man of > presence and intelligence, a man in love with his own good intentions, he has begun to tip, almost alone, the vast wheel of change for the American nation. _ “ A Thousand Sum m ers,” by Garson Kanin. There are as many kinds of love story as there are kinds of love. This novel is special, and begins long ago because of an in­ finitesimal speck in Sheila’s eye. Freeman, a small-town druggist, removes it, after which he and she are joined in a lasting love. She is the beautiful wife of an American diplomat; he, the husband of a French war bride. Their affair soars in secret. Illicit? Yes, in the eyes of some. Shocking? Perhaps to others. Still, it lives and grows despite obstacles, barriers and tragedy. LOSE UGLY FAT Slarl losing weight today OR MONEY BACK. MONADEX Is a liny tablet that will help curb your de­ sire lor excess lood. Eat less-walgh less. Contains no dangerous drugs and will not matie you nervous. No - strenuous exercise. Change your lile . . . start today. MONADEX costs $3.00 lor a 20 day supply and $5.00 lor twice the amount Lose ugly tal - or your money will be relunded with no questions asked by: __ 'Peterson Drug Store' 36'E. Bannack ~ ( Mail Orders Filled STATE DINING ROOM Open for! Lunch Monday thru Friday 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. .Y O U R G U I D E T O - G 0 0 D D I N I N G V V W V U 'J U O'Haras Oasis SHEET'S New Hours: \ / v *- ’ 6 30 a.m to 9 p.m gj M ° n thrU F r ' B Closed Sundays M Try our fam o u s i straw b e r r y pie Open 24 hours a day Dillon C H A P T E R 3 By Bob Boyle “ What would you like to see first in the North Pole?” Santa asked Juniperperper. ‘The toy factories, the stable where the reindeer stay, the superscope room, or perhaps, the Christ mas Ball factory?” “ Gee, Santa, there is so much I don’t know what to say,” Juniperperper replied. “ Let’s start out at the Christ­ mas Ball factory.” Santa and Juniperperper lef t the warm kitchen and went into the boot and coat room “ You’d better bundle up, Juniperperper,” Santa said “ We have to walk over to the Christmas Ball factory and it’s mighty cold out.” “ I know, Santa,” Juniper­ perper said as he bundled him­ self in his little elfs coat. He brought a big scarf out of his pocket and wrapped it around his neck. “ You’re not taking any chances, Juniperperper.” Santa said. “ You bet I’m not, Santa,” he replied as he pulled out a hat from his other pocket and tugged it over his ears. Santa put on a greatcoat and his hat and said, ‘Okay, let’s go, and watch the wind doesn't blow you over.” The two braced themselves against the howling wind and walked over to a big bright green building. “ This is the Christmas Ball Factory,” Santa said. Santa and Juniperperper went into the Christmas Ball Factory, Hundreds of elves were busy working or running back and forth and scurrying about. “ How do you like this?” t Santa asked. “ I’ ll say they’re busy, Santa,” Juniperperper said. “ But how do they make the Christmas Balls?” “ Come on into the storeroom i and we’ll start there,” Santa replied. As he walked toward the storeroom, he said to the work­ ing elves, “ Hello, there. How ' are you today? My, that’s a nice job you’re doing. Keep up the good work.” When they got to the ,. storeroom, Juniperperper saw a ’ sight to behold. Row after row of gleaming, glistening white Christmas Balls, were before him. . . “ My, they’re- beautiful, Santa,” he said. “ And they’re so nice and white.” 1 “ They are nice, aren’ t \This is the Christmas ball factory.\ I hey'’” Santa replied. “ But tell me, Santa, why are (hey all white?” Juniperperper asked. “ Well, they must be white because that’s how they’ re made. \Santa replied. “ Let me tell you how Christ­ mas Tree Balls came to be,” he added. “ Many years ago Christmas trees were used without halls. The green trees sat in everyone’s home, but they didn’t, have any or­ naments. “ But one day some of my elves were having a snowball fight near the green tree forest. The snowballs that missed the elves stuck to the green Christ­ mas trees. “ I happened to be passing by and I saw how pretty the white snowballs looked on the green Christmas trees. So I asked myself, why couldn’t all Christmas trees have white snowballs on them?” , Juniperperperlaughed, “ I know why, Santa. They would melt.” Santa laughed, too, and said, “ You’re right, Juniper­ perper, but 1 put the problem, to my inventing elves, and they came up with a solution.” \What did they do,. Santa?” Juniperperper asked. \W e ll, we know that the snow would melt and we tried' hundreds and hundreds of dif­ ferent ways to make crystal, white, gleaming Christmas balls and nothing seemed to work. “ Finally our elf, Jeepers,. came up with the solution,\ Santa replied. “ What was the solution, Santa?” Juniperperper asked. “ Well, he got some snow from the Magic Snow Forest and he then built a Christmas Ball-making machine. He put two spoonsful of snow from the Magic Forest into the Christ­ mas Ball-making machine. And then he added his own special formula of stardust, snow twinkles and the bright­ ness from a crystal clear winter night. “ Before you -could say, Jinkers snipes, we had our own special made Christmas Balls. “That year we put them on trees all over the world and everyone was so happy with them. “ Gee, that’s wonderful, Santa,” Juniperperper said. “ I’ ll bet all the elves would like to work here in the Christmas Ball Factory. “ Many do,” Santa replied. “ But we have to be very, very careful. A little too much star­ dust or a little too much bright­ ness will make the Christmas Balls disappear so we use only the most careful elves in this factory.” “ Gee, Santa, do you think I could work here?” Juniper­ perper asked. “ Well, let’s not rush things,” Santa replied. “ I'm sure before you decide where you want to work you should see the rest of our factories. “ Let’s continue or tour und I’ ll show you where we make our tricycles and bicycles.” More tomorrow - - - - - - - - AP Newsteatures — — . n » ■ ‘ fa iffr s- q f ■ r-* ,

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