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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1956, Billings, Montana The Billings Gazette, Tuesday Morning, August 14, 1956 Contracts Let For Power Lines Billings and Idaho Firms to Do Work CASPER (fi Three contracts have been awarded for a volt transmission line to be built from Casper and Glenrock to the Yellowtail Damsite in Montana for Pacific Power and Light Co. will slarl immediately on the line. It would operate at the highest voltage with the largest capacity of any Wyo- ming line, reported Very! Hoover, general division manager for Pa- cific Power. Contracts have been signed with three companies for portions of the 203-mile line. Pole Line Con- struction Co., 'Billings, will build 70 miles of lino from Casper to a pnint north of Kaycee. Detweilers Inc., Twin Falls, Idaho, will build a 37-mile stretch from Kaycee to the Wyoming-Montana line where Detweiler and Detweiler, Twin Falls, will complete the line to the damsite on the Big Horn River in Montana. The line is scheduled for com- pletion Dec. 31. It would open a new power source for Wyoming. At the Montana terminal, the line would tie in with Iwo other lines. One of these extends to Billings where it connects with Montana Power Co. The other tie-in is with a Bureau of Reclamation line de- livering power to Pacific's Big Horn Basin transmission lines. The housefly, one of the most prevalent insect disease carriers, may migrate as much as 20 miles. A livestock will migrate at least 28 miles. EACH DIAMOND SCIENTIFICALLY GRADED IN OUR OWN SHOP BY OUR EXPERTS! ABOVE: BELOW: LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE! EASY WEEKLY PAYMENTS! 3-ring wedding ciucmblei ore becoming incieoilngly poputor with Ihc obout-to-bo wedded) Barons hat the largeil election of engagement rJng, wedding ring and groom's ring ensembles in the Midland Smpiiel Each diamond it carefully graded to matter stones with precision gcmofog- ical instrument right in our own shop] Come In let ui to you v.hy RIDJO and more well-dressed hands wear Basons DIAMONDS! 18 MONTHS TO PAY! NO MONEY DOWN! impson Reports On Institutions' Governor Declares Morale 'Improving CIIEYENNIJ OB The morale Wyoming Slate institutions has een improved considerably in the ast year, Gov. Milward L. Simp- n said Monday after a week- ng tour of- the institutions by e Board of Charities and Re- rm. "Our troubles at'the Sailors and olcliers home at Buffalo are vir- Simpson said. "Out- de of a misunderstanding among of our guests, the spirit at uffalo has improved considera- y." Unrest seethed at the Buffalo stitulion last winter and early princ when veterans complained poor food and administration. lie governor said most of the clif- culties were ironed out at a pub- hearing in Buffalo last spring nd that conditions there have im- roved .since then. Specifically cited by the gover- or were improvements in the rounds and administration of the iris School at Sheridan. IIo said csulls of the newly established rogram to rehabilitate the girls "beginning to show." The farm at the state girls ihool was abolished this spring replaced with a secretarial raining program. The governor also cited the Cliil ren's Home at Casper as a "mar- clous institution." "I hope stale and welfare agon- ies can gel together and elim- nate faster homes and better space available at Ilic Chil- ren's he said. There is room for many mare hildrcn ill the Casper home, Simp- on said. CONDITIONED Todfty'i emarteflt handwork! Swsdlsh weiwinjf on huck toweling Is easy, too. Jse on p.prons, toweM, baby-bibs, kn filing hags, anything made of huck I Une Ituck towellnfT Tor lliese designs. fillpm 71IB haa charls, directions for 4 Eieml 23 cents In coins (or this pattern- add .1 for each pattern for lst-cla-sa ailing. Send lo The BlIUnKS Gazette, 100 H mi is eli old Arls Dept., P.O. Box 168, Old Chelxen Station, York It. N.Y. :Vlnt plainly Nome, Address, and Pattern umber. Two free patterns printed In Ine new Alice Urooks Needlecratt book for Ilunnlng designs for yourself, for your for you, our readers! o( other designs to order oil easy, fasclnutiiiK hand-work I Send 25 cents for your copy of ihls wonderful boolc ri awtiyl hree Collisions :ollow Car Stop HAWLINS im An unidentified notoiisl slopped his car on a nar- ow bridge on U. S..30, two miles cst of here, Sunday. In quick succession, three west- ound cars rammed end-to-end be- ind his vehicle in a chnin-lype ollision. One of the cars plunged ver [he bridge and into a dry reckhcd. When the dust cleared, the man caused it all wasn't around, le'd returned lo his cur and driv- n off. The driver ot the vehicle which lunged over the bridge, William Waltmire of Freewnter, Ore., not injured. The driver of the fourth car in 'olveil, Mrs. Virginia Tucnalski 7, of Azusn, Calif., suffered slighi ace cuts. Sheridan Drill Team eaves for Meeting SHERIDAN, drll enni Bethel'No. 5, Order of "ob's Diiugblcrs, left Sunday for ililvvinkoo where Ihc unil will mrlicipale in the niitiondl drill ng contest in connection will: he supreme session of Job's Jnuglilcrs. Milking the trip were 25 mem ers of the Sticridnn unit. Lasi nonlli the Sheridan tcnm won lie stnle contest at Thertnopolis While In Milwaukee the Sheri Inn girls will be guests tit a ses ion ot the national meeting ii vlrich .Inmes C. Reynolds oi Sheridan will he installed ns sn jreinc nssocinte gunnlinn of the rdor. Visit in Greybuil (iHEYBULL, Lois lurris, senior Girl Seoul iidviser if Chicago, and Miss Ilelty Uei Icl, Senior Scout leader in Chi o, nre gucsls of Mr. and Mrs W. Core of Greybuil. A Modern Hobby Powell Building Shows Increase POWELL, building program in Powell is ahead of hat of last year, according to igures released by G. C. Jackson, eneral commissioner for the own of Powell. The assessed valuation of the own in showing an 7118 Auxiliary Head Names Committees POWELL, Wyo. Standing committees for the American Le- gion Auxiliary oC Powell have been announced by the president, Mrs. John Byfjren. Committees arc: Americanism, Mrs. Byron Shanahan; audit, Mrs. Asa Mntlicws, Mrs. Frances Smith and Mrs. Ross Scott; building, Mrs. Harry Anderson, Mrs. Rose Galvin, Mrs. William Caslbcrg and Mrs. Jack Rock- hold; child welfare, Mrs. Orville Cline; civil defense, Mrs. Mar- vin Bodle. Community service, Mrs. Ralph Smith and Mrs. Jesse Harvey; courtesy, Mrs. La Verne Baxter; constitution and bylaws, Mrs. Myron Kolstad; education of war orphans, Mrs. Cleo Mucklow; finance, Mrs. Rose Galvin am! Sirs, Joe Anderson; Girls Stale Mrs. Arl Piter; hostesses, Mrs. El Runynn and Mrs. James Irvin house, Mrs. George Blevins. Legislative, Mrs. Harry Ander son; Pan-American, Mrs. Wallet Wiedckamp; Past Presidents Par ley, Mrs. John Hensler; publicity Mrs. Calvin Darling; poppy post ers, Mrs. Niles Reed; poppy sales Mrs. Charles Onstine and Mrs Paul Young; poppy wreaths, Mrs Molcn Syndcrgaard; radio, Mrs Jock Evans and Mrs. Art Piter; rehabilitation, Mrs. Jack Rock hold; music, Mrs. LaVernc Bax lor ami Mrs. Don Jones; member ship, Mrs. Blevins, Mrs. Walter Weidekamp, Miss Betty Davis Mrs. Don Jones, Mrs. Loren Hil ler, Mrs. Molen Syndergnard Mrs. Rose Galvin, Mrs. Cleo Mncktaiw, Mrs. James Graham Mrs. John Hazlilt, Mrs. Charles Onstine, Mrs, Jewel Jacobs, Mrs Calvin Darling, Mrs. Otto Nel son, Mrs. Harry Schlicch ant Mrs, Sam Garmire. Births Listed SHERIDAN, re ported at Sheridan Connly Me mortal Hospital were those o sons to Mr. and Mrs. Joscpl Finder, Fort MacKenzie, and Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Moore, IUe 2, and daughters to Mr. and Mrs Jack Murray, Wyarno, and Mr and Mrs. Paul Lncek, Sheridan ONLY NUTRI-TONIC PERMANENT WAVES DEEP DOWN-YET GENTLER in little as 10 minutes THIS IS Oil Cttm. ban, Ih.ri'i THIS MUCH n.v.icbolll.-a Ml Vj. Ttiofi wKy Nulfl.Tonic brlnai you bincflli (hot alKer can't because Va is patented Oil Creme base (homogenized) Nnl rl -Tonic's oil-rich crenminess (homogenized) does fur more than give you fastest waving. and fastest pormnnent stnii to finish. It gives your curls a softnew, nat- uralniss and all-over loveliness you didn't think poasible. And as you wave, the oil helps protect your hair's natural texture and luster. Your curls last longer too, because Nutri-Tbnlc'a exclusive Customizer causes more thorough waving deep insido hnirahaft...dear thrcrajhttw hair. IVy oil-rich Nutri-TVmlc. You'll tee the big difference at So will your friends. ncrease ear. of over last O PlNCUIl. PERMANENT PERMANENT ENDORSED BY BEAUTICIANS THROUGH USE As of Aug I, 1956, the amount if permits issued by the town lave been; Homes, pub- ic buildings, business uildings, and altera- ions and additions, mak- ng a total of SIGNS TRADE PACT DJAKARTA (U.PJ _ Indonesia signed a trade agreement with the Soviet Union Sunday night as a forerunner of negotiations on exchange of Russian techni- cal aid and capital goods for In- donesian rubber, copra and raw materials. Buildings under constructionmunity College. at present include a telephone exchange building, restaurant, of- fice for the Stanolind Oil Co. garage, motel addition, ware- house for Walrath Bean Co. and an addition to the First Method- ist Church. Other buildings being com- pleted' arc the natatorium and auditorium for the public school system. Western Hall is also undergo- ing renovation as a dormitory for women of the Northwest Com- GINGER All with the Vodka of Vodkas Fora refreshing highball, add c jigger of Smirnoff lo ginger or any other soft drink. Delicious! you breathless! 10 4 100 the greatest name in A lien fiilt. Sir Pinn Sniiatll Hi. (Di. tl RntfiM, Cm. iLsm WELCOME TO THE Midland Empire's 37th Anniversary Showing have fun, and while you're here, be sure to VISIT SWEDE CARLSON'S MODERN HOME APPLIANCE BOOTH in the Main Auditorium SEE Catherine Carney DEMONSTRATE THE AMAZING NEW Automatic says... "I will do all your ironing for just a w week! CATHERINE CARNEY Home Service Supervisor "Yes I'll do ail your every bit of half the time you now spend. I do beautiful work and come very highly recom- mended by hundreds of thousands of women I do work for! You can hire me for only a week." Penny is telling you that you can now rent an Ironite Automatic Ironer for only a week. This fee covers everything delivery, service and instruction in using the Ironrite in your own home. HEALTH CHAIR A beautiful new health chair recommended for use with the Ironrite! Free with every purchase of an Ironrite (during Fair Week a beautiful new Health Chair recommended for use with the Ironrite Ironer. SEE US AT THE FAIR in the Main Auditorium Servic RONRITE ;