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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1956, Billings, Montana I The Billings Gazette, .Tuesday Morning, August 14, 1956 Governor to Request Provision For State Engineer-Architect CHEYENNE Ufi Gov. Milward L. Simpson said Monday he will ask the 1957 Legislature to set up a state engineer-architect's office to direct a building program at state institutions. The governor said the stale had lost several thousand dollars in the last biennium through faulty estimates on building programs at state institutions. The proposed engineer-architect would be charged with the respon cation program at the Institutions. Simpson said if there had been a lag in the state's capital out- lay program "it can be laid to the door of faulty estimates." He said the state has expended in architect's fees for one building, but all bids were rejected because bids were too high. "As a result we got nothing but the Simpson 'aid. Shelved because legislative ap- yould be charged with the respon- sneivcci ueoause legislative ap- sibiiity of making adequate esli-iproprialions were not adequate to mates to the Legislature for the bidr were construction struetion program, inspecting state buildings, and planning a long- range landscaping and building lo- Hagerfy Plans i On Quiet Week of a now infirmary and hospital wing at the state hospital in Ev- anston and a new dormitory at the training school in Lander. "With an engineer-architect, we can avoid the hit and miss, hodgc podge of locating buildings at in- stitutions and round out n well- devised landscaping and building arrangement program." Simpson said. He estimated that the engineer- WASHINGTON U, James C. architect could save the state his Hagerty, White House press sec-'expenses "five limes over" in cor- retary, moved Monday to forestall'reeling faulty estimates alone, all requests for comment "on any- j The governor also said he would thing that happens or is said in! recommend that the Legislature Chicago this week" at the Demo- (give the highway department a "go cratic national convention. 'ahead" to construct a new build- Just back from a two-week vaca-! ing and shops. tion and bubbling good hu- mor, the sometimes short-tem- pered press, secretary told news- raen with a laugh that no one was going to make him angry. Asked whether he expected any "big news" out of the White House this week with the Demo- crats meeting in Chicago, Hager- ty smiled and replied that tie did not. Then he added: "And I don't expect lo have any- thing to say on anything that hap- pens or is said in Chicago this week." Responding to newsmen's inquir- ies, Hagerty announced that Eisen- hower will not hold a news confer- ence this week. He declined to say why, but Hie "I'm sure the highway depart- ment will have ample money from its own funds for the he said. The department has already started plans for the building. The governor explained that a new highway building ami a new liquor warehouse office building, now Hearing completion, would re- lieve office congestion in the slate office building. Simpson sqid he would have a definite capital outlay program for other institutions to submit to the session, also. lie said the training school at Lander and the state hospital at Evanston particularly need more improvements. He also termed a fymnasiiim at Die industrial (rain- m nu.v, mil mu m uie iiKiusiiiai Irani reason apparently is (lie Democrat-ling school in Worland as a "must Ic convention. of g men at..... This Motor's Running i For the first time, an X-ray photo has been made of an engine while it IE running. Using radiation pulses of a fivc-to-15-million- volt belalron, and special equipment, engineers can now get slow- motion and stop-motion photos through the engine block and cy- linder walls. The revolutionary process gives designers their first glimpse inside a completed machine operating at normal speed under load conditions. The technique was developed by the Gen- eral Electric Company in cooperation with the Detroit Arsennl. The X-ray, above, was of a two-liorsepowcr, four-cycle engine. Simpson Gives Gambling Stand Governor Requests Verified Complaints CHEYENNE Wl Gov. Milward L. Simpson said Monday he would lake any steps necessary (o see lint gambling laws are enforced on a local level if he receives a "verified complaint." The governor said he had' never received a "verified complaint" that gambling was running wide- open in Jackson. The gambling casinos in Jackson were closed down about 10 days ago. Simpson said he did not know who had given an order in Teton county to close down gambling, but said he thought it probably arose out of the prosecuting attorney's conference in Laramie three weeks ago. The governor said he had re- vived anonymous letters that here had been gambling in Jack- ion and other communities, pros- itution in some areas, but that t was "strictly hearsay." He explained that under the law iny county official who fails to enforce the law can be removed 'rom office. He said that if a "ver- ficd complaint" is received, he yill ask the attorney general's of- fice to investigate report to county commissioners. Simpson said any such com- plaints will be given "quick ac- ion." Hagerty did not rule nut the pos- sibility of an Eisenhower news con- ference next week, but the chances for one then are remote. The Presidenl plans to leave for Worlnncl, a gymnasium prime lie said. The governor said n new ad- ministration building and new dor- or milorios to handle youngsters on Wednesday, is the clay lie normal- ly would meet with newsmen. Hagerty confirmed Dial Eisen- hower's present plans are to stay overnight at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco Aug. 22. The con- vention is expected to nominate him for a second term the nest day and Eisenhower is scheduled to make an acceptance address. Immediately after that he will go to the plush Cypress Point Club, about 100 miles south of San Frnn- eisco on the Monterey Peninsula for three or four days of rest be- fore returning to Washington. Airlines Reports No Increase In Shipping Costs LOS ANGELES OI.B Trans World Airlines said Monday the cost of shipping Republicans and Democrats is the same .is it was in 1952. They figure Is by the pound. I the school in Lander. He said the Stale Board of Charities and Reform, which just completed a week-long lour of most institutions, would visit the s hospital early in October. Bozeman Junior Meet Results Are Listed annual Coun- try Club junior gold tournament was participated in by a total of Montana's Public Colleges Ask For More Funds From Legislature HELEN'A Mi Montana is sought lo operate the Allege at Bozemnn for Ilic first [colleges, and lo operate ime is looking for a larger ap- the main agricultural oxperimen- iroprmlion from tile Stale lal station in connection with MSC ature than is the Montana State at Bozeman. The Agricultural Ex- Jnivorsily at Missoula. And MSC tension Service request for tlie s anticipating a greater enroll- next biennium was S997 334 "erl1- land for the agricultural The 1957-50 University station branches is budged request, approved' last sought. wuck by Ihc Stale Hoard of Edu- The forestry experimental sla- enlion in Dillon, included in connection with MSU is for MSC and for seeking Bureau of Mines and Geology, and the College of Engineering Experi- Dem Dry Bones Phyllis Anderson, left, an anthropology major at the Uni- versity of Michigan, and Bennett Graham, a high school student carefully check a skeleton, estimated to be years old It was found in the third of five burial mounds discovered at Mo'doc Rock Shelter, near Prairie Du Roeher, 111. Phyllis and Bennett are members of an Illinois Stale Museum field party. Horn Forest Ranger Is Assigned to Colorado SHERIDAN m A Big Horn National Forest ranger, J. Leo Spatziani, will assume new duties Aug. 20 on White River National forest, Glenwood Springs, Colo. Spatziani, who had been on the Tongue District of Big Horn for two years, will supervise range analysis work at White River. Replacing Spatziani will be Joe Jensen, Springfield, Colo., who has been on land utilization projects at San Isabel forest. MSC officials predict Ilic college will have upwards of stu- dents enrolled during the 1937-5R school year, mid the follow- ing year. men! Station to round out the budget request. penitentiary in Rawlins and slate! CV comparison, MSU antici- pates an enrollment of dur- ing Ihc first year of the next bien- nial period, and for the school year of 1958-59. Thus MSC's expected enroll- ment during the coming biennium will total compared with on Hie Missoula campus. To pay for this increased enroll- ment the entire system, including six experimental stations and ex- tension services, 17 boys and girls, score and 9 handicap lor a 75! million JO jWyoming Plans Road Surveys SI1EIUDAN on Surveys of foul- northeast Wyoming construction projects, involving 72.3 miles of road, have been authorized by Ihc require a not, was the medalist. In the A division 84 actual budget appropriation of about 27 ffir n 75 lllHIinn Hnltnrc annxni-i.iinlnl.. in for boys Buddy Lakcy had Paul Benlzen Bulch Bodlcy Dicky Lakey John Shanliolzer 100- Class B Kippcn 104- Steve Boriley 111-36__75; A i sieve fn or a donkey goes Billy Ilruska Bob for 60 cents a pound, which txt-np nKsiii t c-i nnn r_ _ about for a portly Republican anrj for a bray- ing Democrat between Chicago and New York, for instance. Serve frizzled ham on (oast with a cheese sauce for a quick lunch- eon dish. Top with sliced tomatoes or drained whole canned lomatoes. Class C Jackson, Ted Urdahl ...lujvji uAjinmeiy I million dollars more than was quired for the current biennial period of 1955-57. This will include a hike in ap- propriations at MSU from 633, and an increase for MSC of nearly four million ,up from to The School of 'Mines at Bufle, where enrollment is expected lo increase about 100 students by 1959, _ is seeking a budget appro- prialitm increase from Blower during Ihe current biennium to net Doug Wolfe low for the tournament. Girls' Class Moil- gey medalist; Knlhy Davis Class B Penny Ogle, Farmers... Ranchers.., compare this pump Newest, Most Modern Pomp in the World! greatest advance in pump engineering since Jacuzzi orginated the jet pump. J now Dceprime Jet. Now for the first time, a completely self-prim- mg wafer system for deep wells to 400 feet all with- out any moving mechanism whatever below ground It s exclusive with Jacuzzi. Don'f tcrtte for Itu. COMPARI THESE FEATURES. on't rnttilr ompan Whin jou ihcp foi o tour woltl lyilcm ihwU toil lot >cou on Compon Inlnns cl ,ach pump. Aik nunlioni lili Ikcii: ll Ita pumjj quickly on detji Deeptiml Jet: YES OiJinar, Pump: NO Will ii pump fiom depths to 300 feel Deeprime Jel: YES Oiimari lit Pump: NO :Hoi trouUeiome contiol valre bten eltminoltd OMprfme Jet: YES Ordinary Jet Pump. NO i Will it pump oir ond water Dwpwiie in; Ordinary let Pump: NO An motor ond all vntYei on top of jrounj Dotpriirjl let hit all meting fnrtt o< your ttnvtrtipt! No tool rain required! IT'S TH! ONLY fUUy AUTOMATIC W1U. JET PUMP IN THE WORLD1 Come in (or FREE DEMONSTRATION Billings Pipe Pump Supply Co rtt. Avt. FrM Sotgrif.yi TWI I f.m. toy Western Education, Dillon, will require "a budget boost from to 074 under Iho proposal, with an- nual student enrollment increases of about 50 a year. Eastern Montana College of Ed- ucation. Billings, has asked for a hike in appropriations for the coming biennium of more than a million dollars to meet its operat- ing costs and needs, The college expects to handle about stu- dents during the upcoming bien- nial period. The budget calls for; Return tn for 1957-59 compared to for the present period. At Havre, Northern Montana College of Education has request- ed an increase from to for the school years of 1957-59. The college expects en- (dllnients to be fi27 (he first year and 720 Ihe last year of the biennial proposed 27-million-ctol period. Of Ihe r. 11 JI.-U .MMi-iu-jaw ario uiuiDii Inr appropriation request. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews. Wine Persons Hurt In Car Accident KAWLINS Ml Nine members of a Rawlins farm family were injured, none seriously, when their truck overturned Sunday on the Henry Chesborough ranch east of here, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pippin and two of their seven children were released after treatment of cuts at Carbon County Memorial Hospital. Five other children were held for observation. One suffered a fractured nose, another a broken collarbone and Ihree others cuts and bruises. Slale Highway Depl. George R. Anderson, northeast district engineer, said all four are part of the new interstate highway program. One is in Sheridan couii- ly, Iwo in Johnson and one in Crook. Sheridan county survey involved; 17 miles of U.- S. 87 from the Mon- j iann line lo about eight miles south i nf (he city of Sheridan. Anderson said construclion should start in 1957, and surveys will start in Sep- tember. Both Johnson county projects In- volve U. S. 15 miles of road from Buffalo lo Kaycee, and Seattle Resident Hurt in Accident MAMMOTH, Wyo. UR A man identified as Ernst Kassowitz, Se- attle, received severe injuries Monday when the car he was driv- ing left a road in Yellowstone Na- tional Park near Silver Gate, Mont. Park Supt. Edmund B. Rogers said a paper found in the wrecked car bore the name of Ernst Kas- sowitz. He is in his 50s. Rogers said Kassowitz fell oul of the vehicle as it plunged off the road and into a canyon. Rangers found the injured man about 150 feet down the incline. The car stopped 250 feet down. The park superintendent said Kassowitz apparently got off the road and hit a soft shoulder. He suffered fractured ribs, severe cuts and possible internal inju- ries. Kassowitz apparently was driv- ing Ihe late model car to Denver. He is in a Mammoth hospital. Top rounds of cucumber with well-seasoned cottage cheese and serve with tomato juice. Good for weight-watchers. Youth Is Injured In Gun Accident RAWLINS W Ray Foster, 14- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Foster of Rawlins, suffered a gun- shot wound in the right eye while hunting rabbits with three other boys Sunday. He was taken by ambulance to Cheyenne. A doctor who examined the boy here said he probably will lose the eye. Police said Young Foster banged Ihe butt of his rifle down on a dirt culvert, seeking to scare out a rabbit, when the weapon dis- charged. Learn of Birth and Mrs. Wal- ler Mende have received word of the birth of a daughter to their Oil Company Submits Appeal Use of Trademark Is Under Dispute CHEYENNE (fft Standard Oil Co. of Ohio Monday appealed a Federal Court decision banning use of the trademark "Sohio" In the 15-state marketing territory of Standard Oil Co. of Indiana. Suspension of an injunction against Ohio Standard was con- tinued pending hearing of the loth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ohio Standard has posted a 000 bond to insure Standard-of In- diana against possible damages suffered during the suspension. Retired U. S. Judge T. Blake Kennedy signed an order July 12 enjoining use of the term "Sohio" n Indiana Standard's marketing territory of Colorado, Illinois, In- diana, Iowa, Kansas. Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana Ne- braska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wy- oming. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and -Mrs. S. Davidson Jr. at Mercy Hospital in Williston, N D GET THOSE WARDROBES READY FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL! Clean 'em Now! Sonitone Cleaning will turn those last-year school clothes into "LIKE NEW" back to school wardrobe and best of all, Sanifone cleaned garments stay fresh looking longer! CALL "MISS RECORDER" and on order to pick up laundry and cleaning. your Montana College of 110.5 miles from Knyccc tn'ltlid- west. Survey of the" Buffalo-Kay- cee section will start this fall, and a survey crew from the Casper district lias started work on Ihe tvaycee-Mirlwcst section. Construc- tion is slated to start in 1957. About 30 miles of U. S. M Moor- croft to Sundance is Ihc fourth project. Surveys started last week and construction is slated during 1953. is your personal introduction to and! Mrs. Hughes have returned to Greybull after spending part of their vacation in Jnckson Hole and Yellowstone National Park. They will leave this week to go to Joliet, Mont., to visit his father, li. II. Hughes, and then go (in to Rapid City, S.D., to visit son-in-law and daughter, The Following Billings HARDWARE STORES WILL CLOSE AT P.M. Wednesday, Aug. 15 so that their employees can attend the Midland Empire Fair. Gambles Store (N. 29th St.) Stroup Hardware Co. Billings Hardware Co. (Retail) Coast to Coast Stores Mclntosh Hardware ...elegant dining, warmth of tradition -the CAFE Distinctive in its appointments, distinguished for its fine foods and service of Beef" originated the Caje Baron adds further pleasure to your visit to the Mult- nomah, another outstanding West-' em Hotel in Portland, Oregon. Unusual foods, sen-ice and settings characterize many such Western Hotels' "Specialty Rooms." Like the colorful Silk Saddle in the Great Falls' Rainbow; the famous Outrigger in Denver's Cosmofxil- itan; ajid the Boise's Lampost. Created by Western Hotels, they. are centers of zonal activity for both residents; and hotel guests. Western Hotels pride themselves, 2s well, on providing attractive accommodations and gracious an atmosphere of real hospitality. Plan your next trip with Western Hotels in mind. 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