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NEW M-G-M TECHNICOLOR
TO BE SHOWN AT KOOTENAI
One of the very best comedies
with music of this or any other year
- , has arrived at the Kootenai Theatre.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's "Thrill of
a Romance" is one of those de
lightful pictures which comes along
j to entrance all who see it.
The starts -— a brand new, grand
J-, new team you'll love — are Van
Johnson and that "Bathing Beauty"
j sweetheart, Esther Williams. Van
is a heroic young Air Corps major
on leave after sensational /exploits
I in the South Pacific, and Esther is
' a'swimming instructor who marries
j a stuffed-shirt business man who
: proceeds to leave her alone on her
honeymoon to put over a big busi
ness deal in Washington. They swim
together and dance together — and
get lost in the woods! Their love
for each other provides heartaches
for both until Esther's
learns that he, not Van and Esther
is the villian of the piece.
"Thrill of a Romance" is chock
full of entrancing music provided
by Lauritz Melchior, the Metropo
litan Opera Tenor who makes his
! debut in the film
husband
as a singer on
vacation who finds himself playing
cupid; and Tommy Dorsey and his
orchestra. Such songs as "Be
cause," "Indian Love Call'* and "I
Love You" will keep you humming
and tapping your feet during and
after the picture.
Also in the cast are Frances Gif
ford, Spring Byington, Vince Bar
nett and Henry Travers. All pro
vide top-notch supporting perfor
mances.
ANACONDA STRIKE WAS
POSTPONED MARCH 31
Butte—(U.R)—A walkout of 8,090
Anaconda Copper Mining Company
j employees scheduled for 7 a. m..
March 31, has been postponed pend
-1 ing final negotiations based upon
wage increases of 18>£ cents an
Hour.
The postponement was announced
in a joint statement by officials of
the company and Mine, Mill and
Smeltermens Union (CIO) after a
last minute conference March 30,
called by the state division of labor.
"It is anticipated," the statement
said, "that the joint negotiating
committee will meet with the man
agement in the immediate future."
The eleven hour conference was
arranged last night by\Eugene Bur
ris, Chief of the labor division. The |
union announced it had called the!
strike to enforce demands for wage |
boosts of $1.50 a day for regular
employees and $2 for underground;
worlfPi-Q
™ e s ' I, . ... .. . ,
The walkout would have affected
ACM operations in Great Falls,
Butte, Anaconda and East He ena
and was the first called since 1933
yees StrUCk f ° r uni °
recognition.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
! THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DIST
prprj, cjT, nrmr qtatit nc mom
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF LINCOLN
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF James Forsyth. Deceased.
H. B. Wallace, Public Admims-^®
'
Divine love is a sacred flower,
which in its early bud is happiness,
and in its full bloom is heaven.
■Eleanor L. Hervey.
Legal Notices
j trator, the administrator of the es
'.tate of James Forsyth deceased,
{ having filed his petition herein pray
ing for an order of sale of all the
personal property and all of the
j real estate of said decedent for the
! purposes therein set forth.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED
by the Clerk of said Court that all
persons interested in the estate of
I said deceased appear before the said
District Court, on Friday, the 5th
day of April, 1946, at 9:30 o'clock
A. M. of said day, at the Court Room
of said District Court, at the Court
House, in Libby, County of Lin
coln, to show cause why an order
should not be granted to the said
administrator, H. B. Wallace, to sell
all the real and personal property
of the said deceased James Forsyth
as shall be necessary.
And that a copy of this order be
published at least once a week for
two successive weeks in The West
ern News, a newspaper printed and
published in said Lincoln County.
FRED F. CLARK, Clerk
In the absence of the judge.
Dated March 18, 1946
THOMAS D. LONG
Attorney for Public Administrator
Libby, Montana.
(1st pub. M 21 - 3t M21-28—A4)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 970 .
Estate of CARL HENRY MOR
RISON, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, the administrator of
the estate of Carl Henry Morrison,
deceased, to the creditors of and
all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, with
in four months after the first pub
lication of this notice to the said
administrato r at Troy. Montana or
at the law offices of J. F. Fennessy,
Jr., in Libby, Montana in the County
of Lincoln, State of Montana, the
same being the place for the trans
action of the business of said es
tate.
t
WALTER F. MORRISON
Administrator of the Estate of
said Deceased.
Dated at Libby, Montana, this
14th day of March, 1946.
J. F. FENNESSY, Jr.
Attorney for Petitioner.
4t—M 21-28; A 4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of WILLIAM L. IVERSEN,
Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, the administrator of the
estate of William L. Iversen, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them, with
the necessary vouchers, within four
months after the first publication
of this notice to the said adminis
rator at his office at Libby, in the
County of Lincoln, State of Mon
tana, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of
said estate.
J. F. FENNESSY, Jr.
Administrator of the Estate
of said Deceased.
Dated at Libby, Montana, this 25th
day of March, 1946.
J. F. FENNESSY, Jr.
Attorney for Petitioner.
4t—M-28
A.—4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Matt Wokasch, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, the administrator of
the estate of Matt Wokasch, de
ceased, to the creditors of and ail
persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them, with
the necessary vouchers, within four
months after the first publication of
this notice to the said administra
trix at the law office of Thomas D.
Long. 316 West 2nd Street in the
County of Lincoln. State of Mon
tana, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of
said estate.
BESSIE E. SMITH
Administratrix.
Dated at Libby, Montana, this 11th
day of March, 1946.
THOMAS D. LONG
Attorney for Administratrix
(1st Pub. Mar. 14 - 4t M 14-21-28 A4
NOTÏCF TO rRFmTORS
„ NOTICE TO CREIOTORS
n Fstate . JOSEPH W. MILES
Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
tbe , of
e ;tate of Joseph W. Miles de-|
ceased, l P the ct< j dltors of an . d a11
P eiso J* s having claims Against the
said deceased, to exhibit them, with
tbe necessary vouchers, within foui
months after the first publication
Jî a to r ,S a t°hhf i
L rdor , a I. lb , , TY. 0 . e '.. We . st !
Street Libby m the County
oP Lincoln, *-tate ol Montana, the
san ? e being the place for the trans- |
actl P?° p A.h e business of said estate. |
1HOMA S U. LONG - j
Administrator of the Estate of
s . ai j Deceased,
at Dibby, Montana, this
15th day of March, 1946. i
THOMAS D LONG
attorney for
* tto ™* y M 21 19 6) 4 M 21-28
X 4-11 ) ' '
4 ■>
n NOT1PF OF PRORATF OF Will
- O^CE O PROBTE OF WILL
JN THE'DISTRICTCOURT OFTHE
of^hecta'TofmonS?,
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF UN.
IN THF MATTER OF THF F<5
TATTTOF °J
TATE OF John Rubard. Deceased^
' Pursuant to an Order of said
Court made on the twenty-seventh
day of March 1946, notice is here-i
by tha ) f a turday the thir
a . ay , pri v. 1 " 4b> a \
l\ Z
*T° Ur * Pous ® ln the Count y of Ll "
5' h A S , been f appom . ted , as „ tb
time and place for proving the ^Vill
? f s ? ld Rubärd deceased, and
^ or hearing the application of Emma
? ubard far . the issuance to her
\ D® tters testamentary when and
a ^ y P ™ ^erested may
1 appear and contest the same.
Dated March 26, 1946.
FRED F. CLARK
Clerk.
3t—M-28 — April 4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of ROSS L. LaBYER, de
ceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, the Executrix of the
Estate of Ross L. LaByer deceased,
to the creditors of, and all persons
having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within four
months after the first publication of
this notice to the said Executrix
at the law office of Rognlien and
Murray, Suite 9 Noffsinger Bldg.,
Kalispell in the County of Flat
head, State of Montana, the same
being the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate.
JESSIE BELLE LaBYER
Executrix of the Estate of
said Deceased.
Dated at Libby Montana, this 28th
day of March, 1946.
ROGNLEIN and MURRAY
Attorneys for Executrix.
SEALED BIDS WANTED
FOR
SCHOOL BUSSES AND DRIVERS
The Board of Trustees of the Lin
coln County High School at Eur
eka, Montana, desire bids for one
school bus and driver for each of
the following described routes:
Route 1, From John Olson farm
in Section 12-33-26 to Trego School
House; thence to junction of Trego
Road with Highway No. 93 at
Dickey Lake; thence to Stryker via
Highway No. 93; thence to Fortine
School House via Highway No. 93;
thence to High School Building via
Highway No. 93 (present Trego bus
route).
Route No. 2, From Asa Curtis
farm in Section 32-35-26 on Deep
Creek to Fortine School House;
thence to Eureka High School Build
ing via Highway No. 93 (present
Fortine bus route).
Route 3, From Big Creek on State
Highway No. 37; thence to Rexford
Grade School Building; thence on
said Highway to Eureka High School
Building (present Big Creek-Rex
ford bus route).
Route 4, From Gateway via pre
4t: M-28 — A4-11-18
sent Gateway-Tooley T*akc-Iowa
Flats bus route to Eureka High
School Building.
All bids should describe equip
ment to be used and all buses and
drivers must conform with require
ments of the laws of Montana and
other regulations of the High School
Board. The Board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids,
Bids must be in the hands of the
undersigned by 8:00 o'clock P. M.
Wednesday, April 17th, 1946.
FRANK L. SALTER
Assistant Secretary
Dated: 3-12-46 (3t. M 21-28—A 4.)
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE
No. 961
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL D1ST
RICT OF THE STATE OF MON- j
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF LINCOLN.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF Edwin C. Strom, De-:
ceased.
IL B. Wallace, Public Adminis
trator the administrator of the es- :
C Strom deceased,
r FT
f. t i 0 / an H f , S£ n e 3 tbe
^ . nrnr .ijL d miscellaneous per
fP" decedent for
IT P THEREFORE 1 ORDFRFD
J 1IS ^, ORDERED
by tbe o C 'tH r ^ S? 1 "* ', n the
° f ^ Judge tba a " pei ;
>ons interested in the estate of said
deceased appear before the said
District Court, on Friday, the 5th
day of April, 1946, at 9:30 o'clock
A. M., of said day, aL. the Court
Room of said District Court, at the j
Court House in Libby, County of
Lincoln, to show cause why
der should not be granted to the
said administrator, H. B. Wallace |
to sell all the real and miscellaneous j
personal property of the said de- !
ceased Edwin C. Strom as shall be '
an or
necessary. i
And that a copy of this order be
publlshed at least once a week for
two successive weeks in The West
ern News> a newspaper printed ^
published in said Lincoln County.
FRED F. CLARK, Clerk V !
In the absence of the judge. !
Dated March 18. 1946
THOMAS D. LONG
Attorney for Public Administrator
Libby, Montana,
(lst pub m 2 1 - 3t M21-28—A4)
0 , , ... ,,, , 4
Sealed bids will be received by 4
the Forest
National Forest Timber For Sale
Libby. Mon-.
tana - U P to 4; 00 P. M. April
'11946 for all merchantable dead tim
her standing or down and all live
tirrber marked or designated
cuttmg on an area embrad about
430 acres within Sections 8 , 18.
m'?4 nd T 20l J N 32 R- 29 £
geek, KooYeJN a Lnai Fo^ÄI
timated to be 925 M «. BM ponder
a 0S3 DlnC ' 990 M ft BM Iarch and
43 o. M ft. BM Douglas fir. No bid
of ]ess than $4>25 per M ft BM for
p on derosa pine and $2.25 per
ft . BM for larch and Douglas
i w jn be considered. Bids with rates
in excess of those permissible un
e
of
der M. P, R. 460 will be reduced
the allowable maximum in making
the award. The sum of $1000 must
be deposited with each bid to be
applied to the purchase price, re
funded or retained in part as liqui
dated damages, according to con
ditions of sale. The right is re
served to reject any and all bids.
In addition to the above stumpage,
$0.75 per M ft. BM must be deposi-1
ted in a cooperative fund to cover
cost of disposing of slash and other
debris. Before bids are submitted,
full information concerning the tim
ber, conditions of sale, and submis
sion of bids should be obtained
from the Forest Supervisor. Libby,
_■ 2l—Ml 4-A4.
Montana.
National Forest Timber For Sale
Sealed bids will be received by
the Forest Supervisor, Libby, Mon
tana, up to 4:00 P. M„ April 16,
1946 for all merchantable dead
timber standing or down and all
live timber marked or designated
for cutting on an area embracing
about 430 acres within Sectons 20,
28, 29 & 30, T. 31 N„ R. 30 W.; Tub
Gulch, Kootenai National Forest, es
timated to be 1830 M ft. BM pon
derosa pine, 550 M ft. BM larch and
500 M ft. BM Douglas fir. No bid of
less than $3.50 per M ft. BM for Pon
derosa pine and $2.25 per M ft. BM
for larch and Douglas fir will be
considered. Bids with rates in ex
cess of those permissible .under M.
P. R. 460 will be reduced to the al
lowable maximum in making the
award. The sum of $1000 must be
[deposited with each bid to be
ap
plied to the purchase price, re
funded or retained in part as liqui
dated damages, according to
ditions of sale. The right is re
served to reject any and all bids.
In addition to the above stumpage,
$1.00 per M. ft. BM must be deposited
in a cooperative fund to cover cost
of disposing of slash and other deb
ris. In addition to the above stum
page and slash disposal deposits,
$1.00 per M ft. BM for the total
cut of ponderosa pine must be de
posited in a special deposit to cover
the cost of stand improvement
this sale area. Before bids
submitted, full information concern
ing the timber, conditions of sale,
and submission of bids should be
obtained from the Forest Super
visor, Libby, Montana.
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Service Organizations
* Libby Chamber of Commerce:
i A. Agather, president, Dexter
j Shaurette, secretary.
* American Legion Auxiliay No.
97 meets 3rd Thursdays. Mrs.
A. C. Austin, president; Mrs. Emil
Voves, secretary.
* Lions Club meets 2nd and 4th
Mondays. Don Hargreaves, presi
dent, W. E. Partlow, secretary.
* Libby Woman's Club
2nd Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. in com
munity room of courthouse. Mrs.
Ray Rice, President, Mrs. J. W.
Johnston, secretary.
* American Legion Post No. 97
meets 3rd Thursdays at Legion
Hall. Dr. Roy Sherman, Post
Commander.
* Libby Farm Woman's Club
meets 1st Wednesday. Mrs. Hugh
Slauson, pres., Mrs. P. C. Vander
wood, sec-treas.
* Libby Junior Woman's Club
meets 2nd Tuesdays at 8 p. m.
) at community room, court house.
Mrs. Ove Larson, présidait and
Mrs. June Hileman, secretary.
* Kootenai Valley Grange meets
1st and 3rd Wednesdays at the
American Legion Hall. A. H.
Shelden, master; H. P. Weyde
meyer, secretary.
• Regular meeting of Internation
al Hod Carriers. Building and
Common Laborers' Union of
America, A. F. L., Libby Sub. No.
1192, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at
American Legion Hall, Libby.
* Lumber and Sawmill Workers'
Union No. 2581. Meets 2nd and
4th Tuesdays at 7:30. Abner
Role, president; Harry Moe, re
cording secretary.
* Veteran's Foreign Wars Post
No. 1548. Gust Adamson, com
mander; A1 Lovick, adjutant;
Wm. Nelson, quarter master.
Meets 1st and 3rd Fridays.
* Auxiliary to V. F. W. Post No.
1548. Mabel Solem, president;
Agnes Person, secretary. Meets
1st and 3rd Friday of each month
meets
Lodges
* I. O. O. F. Cabinet chapter No.
68, meets every Wednesday even
ing. Harry Hartle, Noble Grand,
Peter Vanderwood rec.-secretary.
* Royal Arch Mäsons Libby lodge
No. 33 meets 1st and 3rd Wed
nesdays at Masonic Temple. L.
M. Burpee high priest, D. O.
Mount, secretary.
* A. F. & A. M. Libby Lodge No.
85 meets 2nd and 4th Tursdays
at Masonic Temple. Don Leach,
W.
Edgar Beardsley, sec'y.
* Order of the Eastern Star, Lib
by Chapter No. 69 meets 1st and
3rd Tuesdays at Masonic Temple.
Mrs. Gordon Daugherty, worthy
matron; Mrs. E. E. Jaqucth,
secretary.
* Libby Moose Lodge No. 1039
meets 2nd and 4th Mondays at
Moose Hall. Glen E. Leckrone,
Governor; Melvin P. Paulson,
secretary.
* Royal Neighbors, Mountain
View Camp No. 9353 meets 2nd
and 4th Wednesdays, Moose Hall.
Mrs. Mabel Solem, oracle; Mrs.
Bessie Clowers, recorder.
* Medora Rebekah Lodge No. 53
meets 1st and 3rd Mondays at I.
O. O. F. Hall. Mrs. Pete Vander
wood, Noble Grand and Mrs.
Clarence Daggett, secretary.
* A. O. U. W. meets 2nd Friday
of each month at Legion Hall.
Hairy Hartle, M. W.; S. A. Ras
mussen, secretary.
* A. O. U. W. Junior Club meets
4th Friday at Legion Hall. Janet
Johnston, M. W.; Rosella Barr,
secretary; Delina Carlson, super
visor.
* Rainbow Girls meet 2nd and
4. 4th Mondays at Masonic Temple.
Helen Swimley, worthy advisor;
Margery Hunter, recorder; Mrs.
Frank Baney, mother advisor.
* Women cf the Moose, Libby
1 Chapter No. 695 meets 1st and 3rd
Tuesdays at Moose Hall. Mrs.
Durwood Preston, Senior Regent;
Mrs. Harold Bitterman, recorder.
* Theta Rho Club No. 27 meets
1st and 3rd Tuesdays in I. O. O. F.
hall at 7:15 p. m. Wilma McRell,
president; Shirley Switzer,
cording secretary; Mrs. Loren
Gompf, advisory officer.
* Libby Rod and Gun Club meets
3rd Tuesday at 8 p. m. Dick
4- Powell, president; George C.
4- Earle, secretary.
* Granite Encampment No. 7, I.
O. O. F. meets 2nd and 4th Fri
days. R. R. McGrew C. P.; Glea
son Pilcher, Scribe.
* Junior Odd Fellows meet 2nd
and 3rd Mondays. Jim Maurer,
Chief Ruler; Geo. Paulson, Recor
der; Clifford Hayden, Ad. officer.
* Libby Ski Club, John- Finnland.
Pres., Mrs. Fred Cloutier, Secy.
Meetings when called. •
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