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Billings Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1949, Billings, Montana society interview Herald civic improvement do you think should be attempted first In Emil railway mail 2552 Highwood times the first Impression of a city is the most I believe the t j civic ment for Billings is Beautifying the to the Trees should be ed on of the highways for a mile or so from the city Business establishments along the highways should be urged to landscape and improve I think this can be accomplished through cooperation of the Planning the cial Garden Rose iety and other interested Edward L. f Harvester company parts 518 Wyoming a v e- am very much in favor of an overpass or underpass at the N. P. and of a civic But first we should Do About Our City most every street in Billings needs better I believe this is trie most ed civic improvement at this A. co-owner of Koal Monroe That PRICE 5-CENTS Vol. 26 The Most Interesting Weekly Newspaper in Montana APRIL Bureau to Auction Relocation Property New and used building auto and truck office furniture miscellaneous excess property will be by bid by the of Re- clamation on April 29, 1949 at the former relocation center midway between Cody and it was announced by Fred W. Gilbert of supply officer for Region 6, Bureau of property will be available for inspection at the relocation center 8 a. to 5 p. Mondays through Fridays from April 18 un- til the hour of the bid opening at 10 a. Gilbert in the property to be sold are insulation flooring and other window coal a furnace and other soil pipe and floor brass and iron pipe tubs and other Also to be sold by sealed bid are office shelf fire coffee stove auto and truck motor oil and miscellaneous Invitations for which in- clude a complete of the sale items and an explanation of the procedure to submitting may be secured by Gilbert's office in F. W. BIRTHDAY Glenn A. senior vice president of the Billings V. F. W. auxiliary is cutting the birthday cake at the 50th anniversary celebration of the V. F. W. and Joint installation of and auxiliary officers which was held in the Odd Fellows hall Monday night by Billings Post No. 1634 and the Shown to Glenn A. newly installed post Mrs. Mrs. Mabel past president and Installing officer for the AI commander and officer for the Mrs. Alice installing conductress for the by National way Approaches To should be one of the projects The approaches give tourists a very bad If Billings hopes to grow into a second Salt Lake City or San she should copy the used by those cities in beau- Bryan A. district manager for Mountain States Tele- phone and Tele- graph 109 Wyoming 18- Municipal Golf Course which adults and young people could enjoy is a practical sity for a ing city the size of It would also be an attraction for We are 20 years behind the times regarding such a is one of the could under- fake as it and Poison have found their municipal golf courses to be major tourist The same could be true here in Tag Benefits Cerebral Palsied Announcement was made by activities director at Eastern tana College of that the annual Tag Day for the fit of cerebral palsied children will held this Saturday in Brown and Mrs. Sidney a member of the Parents will act as chairmen for the Assisting them will be ginia Shirley erine Lois Dorothy Barbara Corts and Stella all Eastern Paper lilies which were made by handicapped workers will be sold in the downtown business by girls from the Junior high school and Central high collected directly to the education of cerebral sied in This Is the final campaign in connection with the Easter seal sale which carried on annually by Montana ter of the National Society for Crippled Children RED CROSS CHAPTER GETS BRITISH CITATION and now hanging the Bed Cross office is a handsome bearing the seal of the Kingdom to the United reading as Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom of Great Brit- ain and Northern Ireland most thank the members of the Chapter of the American Bed Cross in Yellowstone for the help which they have given towards the relief of suffering in. the dom caused by enemy action ing the War of 1939-1945...... People of the dom will their osity in grateful REPUBLICAN WOMEN TO MEET MONDAY The County lican Women's club meet in the Commercial club for luncheon Monday to Mrs. Roy The group addressed Don EASTERN DEBATE TEAM TO INTERCOLLEGIATE MEET The Eastern Montana College of Education Debate Team that was runner-up in the state forensic tournament last in will represent the school at the Northwest Intercollegiate tournament this weekend at members of the June Jo Ann John Adams and Robert together with debate director of speech arts at will leave today Along with the debate speech an oral tation oratory test. John Eastern will the with In- colleges from national college debate should of through of- The will gin on Friday finals New Plan Retires Power Employees Prank Billings district manager of 'the Montana Wednesday several personnel changes effected by a policy of ing at age 65. Billings personnel retired in re- cent weeks are Herman chief who was succeeded by Bernard Pippin W. E. substation succeeded by Frank and Fred long-time for the Billings dis- by the city water He was by Benny former patrolman company's Mystic lake Also was George building here for many Swanson was by James W. formerly plant fore- man at succeeded Fred Ramspeck as manager at bus. The new policy everyone in the company's Coleman Retirement of M. E. general H. H. chief en- and A. assistant chief all of company at was an- several weeks Pratt and Cochrane will remain as con- Buck win be succeeded by Carl and Cochrane by A. B. present superintendent of natural gas op- Cecil Kirk will become superintendent of transmission Buck and Pratt will be honored at a company dinner in April 23. They and are 'the only living and ore likely to be the last now the new retirement is in Coleman BAKE SLATED BY The Billings chapter of Navy Mothers sale of baked Saturday Drug 2.10 North according Carl A. i Proceeds of will be used for in veteran's Mrs. ROCKY MOUNTAIN APPROVED Dr. W. D. president of Rocky said Wednesday the Montana State Board of meeting day the col- accreditation pending proval by ithe Northwest tion Easter vacations in moat lings schools and colleges will low students to remain away from classes until LEGION BOWLERS WIN Yellowstone Post's bowling team came out second dn the state American handicap ment held at April 2-3 with a score of Great Falls The local was made Tommy Lefty Fete Jr. in the with of 6S4 while McKenzie and the doubles with a score of ham and Roberts were eighth in the doubles a Revives Easter Egg Hunt After a five-year the Billings Elks are again for the Easter The O. E. Easter egg hunt will be held at Worth and South parks at 8 o'clock on Easter The event is open to all and special areas will be set aside for the little Special prize-winning eggs will entitle their finders to extra The Billings lodge discontinued hunt during the war the pounds of candy eggs have been purchased and wrapped n Ruler H. Lee Mains said Wednesday expects the greatest turnout in the history of the local Elks will sack the candy at evening sessions and Blaster volunteers will breakfast at at 5 Sunday before helping the Bunny with his annual NAVAL RESERVE INSTALLS is the receiving room at the Billings Naval Reserve which is now equipped with an electronic communications station similar to that of a U. S. Navy Roger W. engineer under contract to the Bremerton Navy who has supervised the Installation said the Billings armory is now complete communications Radar will be installed this A class of 25 men is now In training at the local which is one of 350 in the United BRITISH ACTOR APPEARS Hedley English appeared at Montana Col- lege of Education during the ular weekly assembly period on Wednesday Now on Ills seventh transcontinental worth has performed all over the on the works of Charles Considered one of Britain's fore- most authorities on worth lias al lover the United throughout British Isles and in
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