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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1956, Billings, Montana SECTION TWO SECTION TWO Tuesday Morning, August'14, 1956 5! 1 notion that Adlai Stevenson could win nomination on the first ballot replied: '-'I am not a prophet or the son of a prophet." Billings school students Ihis year, ns in years past, contributed generously lo the school arls and crafts exhibits at the Midland Umpire fair. Sidne Henderson, an assistunt judge in the school division, places identifying tags on entries in Hie handicrafts photos Rotarians See Fair Preview A program presented by Mid- land Empire Fair night showefl- tcrtainers featured the Monday noon luncheon meeting of the Billings Rotary Club in the Northern Hotel. The entertainers included th'e night show master of ceremonies, Preston Lambert, and a sextet billed as the "Vocal Loveliesj1' who presented song and dance selections at the club meeting.': Lambert gave a resume 6t trip six-day fair program for Rotary members. He by Fred Tinseth, club prograrn chairman for August. A. A. Schlnht, club president, was in charge of the meeting and introductions were made by Norman Sulencs of the club fel- lowship committee. Visiting Rotarians were Her- bert Wagner of Ann Arbor, Earl Luff of Lincoln, Darrell Cooler of M. S. Doss of Seminole, Roy Gereaiix of Manhattan nml Fred W. Graff Lnuroi'i Guests of club members weiS George Pcrrigq of Denver, M. S> Cnpclimd of Dos Molncs, Jack Hainilloif of Los Angeles; Bonn Colvin of Minneapolis, Kd- wnrd Ilnrtmnn of Chicago, Mark? Mortcnson of Snn Francisco ami Frnnk Pierce, C. L. Boycr am) Robert Jones, nil of Billings. as are nominating voles. The scar- city infuriated Ernest Stone, a col- egc professor delegate from Ala- bama. "I've got a 9-year-pld sou and! m going to tako him into the convention if I have to whip every cop in Stone announced. Chicago's champion ticket giver, ncidcntally, tins been assigned to convention duly. He is Patrolman lack Multer, who's been known to n couple of hundred traffic violators in a single day. lie's al- ready ticketed one delegate lo the Democratic shindig. Mrs." Richard Neubergcr, wife of Oregon's junior senator, stayed home on account of Ilia sborlngc of pusses. Ncuborgcr giwe awuy the apir allolcd to cacti attending senator, thinking he could wangle another as head of his slate dele- gation. He thought wrong. Nothing small about Hie week's social gatherings. Acllai Steven- son gave a reception for Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt and (he and esti- mated anywhere from lo (100. Some invitations were around for an affair thrown Mon- day by Averell Harrimnn. Johnson, a favorite son candi- date, is behaving like a serious contender. He set aside a large part of the day to receive visi- tors with the remark: "I will see anyone who wants to see me, and he won't have-to want very hard." Not many more Mian two-thirds of the delegates showed up for the initial goings-on, Some of them probably stayed Downtown hunting for tickets. Each delegate has one, of course but extras are in as much demand SUPERMARKET One or our customers recently described us as a "supermarket of and we knew exactly what he meant. Everything in the way or bank services is available here. That's what a. good community bank is provide its customers with all banking facilities under one roof and make it possible for them to do all their banking in one brief trip to the bank. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR "FINANCIAL HEADQUARTERS" TRUST 4 SAVINGS fritoiily bank MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Idaho Primary Complicated BOISID, Idaho lift Iclalio resi- dents vote Tuesday in a primary i election featured by a nine-way bid for Ihe U. S. Senate seat now :ield by Republican' Herman Wolk- Welker lias (our opponents for the rRepublican nomination and tbe one-time "cow- boy" senator, Glen in the race for the Democratic nom- ination. Taylor represented Idaho in Ibe Senate from 1041 until 1950. He got liis "cowboy" nickname from his campaign tactics, using a loud speaker-ctiuippcd car and sinking Western songs. In 1948 he Hie Progressive parly nominee for vice president, running with presidential aspir- ant Henry Wallace. Taylor won the Democratic senatorial nomination again in IOS1 but was defeated in the general election. Welker is serving his first Icrm in tbe Senate. He has been critical of the Eisenhower administration at times. Polls open from 12 noon unlil (i p.m. MST. Few state offices are at stake this year. Idaho's two representa- tives in Congress Democrat Gracie and Republican Hamer unopposed for renominalion. Louise Shadcluck of C'ocur d'Alene is unopposed for the He- i publican nomination to oppose, 'Mrs. Pfost. Budge will run against either F. M. liistlinc of Pocalello or John W. Jieynolrls of Burley, who seek the Democratic nomina- tion, Opposing Welker are William S. Holden of Idaho Falls, Dr. Ray J. Davis of Pucatello, Mark Streeter of Shelley and John San- born of Hagerman, a former rep- resentative. Taylor is opposed by Alvin Mc- Cormack of Lewiston, Claude Bur- tc-nshaw of Rcxburg anil Frank Church of Boise. Aluminum Company Announces Increase WASHINGTON to Reynolds Metals Co. Sunday announced a one-cent increase, to 25 cents a pound, in its price for pig alumi- num. It said the hike reflects in- creased labor costs. Aluminum Co, of America (AL- COA) and Kaiser Aluminum re- cently took similar actions, A Reynolds spokesman said the firm was making proportionate increases in prices for other alum- inum items, effective Monday. The company is now negotiating with representatives of the United Steel workers Union seeking settle- ment of a 12-day strike of some workers at nine Reynolds plants around the country. STARTS TODAY MIDLAND EMPIRE FAIR RODEO NIGHT SHOW BRONC RIDBNG, CALF ROPING, BULLDOGGING, BULL RIDING HORSE RACING, NIGHT SHOW, FIREWORKS, EXHIBITS THE VALKYRIES AND THEIR FLYING WHITE HORSES A thrilling riding act with o icriei of daring jumpi by giii ridcii, Thft act has been featured in both live and filmed TV ihowi and hai appeared in Madiion Square Garden and Boston Gardcni, THE RUDELLS Two men ond lovely June, picfured above, provide a tram- poline act that has thrilled and delighted audiences in Ihi U ailed Sfatci, England and" the Continent. Excitement, Entertainment and Educational Exhibits TODAY IS CHILDREN'S DAY ON THE MIDWAY SIEBRAND BROS. CIRCUS and CARNIVAL "Dancing Waters FIREWORKS NIGHT SHOW "CAVALCADE OF STARS" NIGHT PERFORMANCE STARTS AT EVERY NIGHT IN FRONT OF THE GRANDSTAND MIDLAND EMPIRE FAIR BILLINGS RODEO and NIGHT SHOW MONTANA USE GAZETTE CLASSIFIED WANT ADU FOR QUICK RESULTS ;