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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Billings, Montana Tuesday february 7,1939. The Billings gazetted of r at Page three Indian relics will be returned Here for museum club president says. _. _. L _. J. / s tales of town ii h u r i n h ii r ii i t t h a n aft i l i Ilu ulu i clerk Coope a t i be work of groups Here commended. Indian relics excavated from caves about eight Miles South or Billings last year and. Sent to Lewis town will be returned to Billings within a few Days and or. L. B. Mcmullen presi Dent of the Eastern Montana Normal a Choli has been designated As Archaeol Olst for the project at the caves according to an announcement Mon Day by Mearl l. Fagg. President of the commercial club and prank Bowman District Engineer of the spa. The combined efforts of the com Mercial club the spa. The Highway commission and the Normal school have resulted in the restoration of these artefacts to Billings and the appointment of or. Mcmullen or. Fagg said. The artefacts removed last year from Billings to Lewistown will be brought Back to Billings and placed in a special room at the Normal school where they will be treated for preservation. Later they will be removed to the museum at the caves or. Page said. The project was originally sponsored by the commercial club through its officers trustees and the Indian caves development committee or. Fagg explained. As soon As these Indian relics Are protected against decay they will be placed in the museum under the direction of or. Mcmullen the museum constructed and completed late last year was sponsored by Yellowstone county arid the labor was furnished by spa. Or. Fagg said. The building is made of native Stone and the main exhibit room measures about 32 feet by 16. The artefacts include such items As arrowheads cooking utensils and skinning knives and other implements used by the Early indians in their Hunting and work. Under or. Mcmullen s direction further explorations Are to be made in the Terri tory to uncover additional material for the museum or. Fagg marriage licenses were Issue Yellowstone county in Januar in any first month since192 of the District court a. A Stow reported monday. The total issued last month a 47 licenses the largest number for first month since january 1920, Whei 57 licenses to wed were granted. As America s entry into the world War was nearing 66 licenses we issued in january 1917, the Hughes number of january issuance in the records of the county the january 1920, total is the second highest arid the january. 1939. Total third highest january issuance of marriage 11 census in the last few years show 3 in 1938. 30 in 1937, 39 in 1936 an 46 in 1035. F t f bids i electrical work and materials for the installation of mod Ern ornamental Street lights in to special improvement districts in the West end of the City will be open at the regular meeting of the Cut Council in the City Hall tuesday night. The Street lighting systems Are t be installed in District no. 25. Or Lewis Avenue from fourth Efren West to Billings Boulevard eighth mayor urges citizens to cooperate in Observance. In an Effort to impress people of the United states with the value of americanism the Billings Junior chamber of Commerce is cooperating fhttefriati6nalvchapterj in Job Beery Ance it americans my Weer betwee i Lincoln and Washington february 12 to .,22mayor Charlie t. Trott in b Procla Matin to the people of Billings said monday i urge Billings citizens individually and in organizations to Cooper ate with the Billings Junior chamber of Commerce in a program of action designed to. Resell americanism to the american people that americanism is still the Best ism for America that americanism Means Freedom Iron human bondage of All kinds that americanism signifies demo cratic self government that americanism ennobled the principle of general welfare that americanism is the foundation Stone of Public Edu cation and that americanism is the inspiration of International a h. Thomson first vice president of the Billings Junior chamber of Commerce said it is our Hope that All residents of Billings will join with our group in appropriately observing this period. We could not choose a better time than Between the birth Days of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington to revive and rebuild our Faith in americanism. If each Ameri can citizen had the burning Zeal for americanism that certain europeans have for other isms the future of democracy would never be in letters have been sent to pastors of All the churches and to the presi dents of civic fraternal patriotic service and school organizations in Billings calling attention to the meaning of this period or Thomson said. Ministers have Boon asked to base their sermons this sunday on some phase of americanism. Copies of a special printed Sheet headed definition of americanism have Boon sent from the United states Junior chamber of Comerce. And these Are available to individuals or organizations. Or. Thomson stolen. Tuesday night of f ail to open Annivera Saiy week. Boy scouts of Billings and Laure will open a week Long Celebration the Twenty ninth anniversary of the founding of the boy scouts of Amer Ica with a scouts and dads banquet at the commercial club Here tips Day evening. The first banquet to be held in Thi Yellowstone Council As a part of the anniversary week Celebration Thi tuesday night affair Here will Fea Ture a talk by c. W. Grandey superintendent of the schools at Terry. Or Grandey will address the meeting on living for the Council executives George w rps Kle and Glenn h. Prather have made arrangements for the program of the dinner which. 225 Billings and Laurel scouts1 and scout leaders Are expected to attend. The program will include invocation by the Rev. Charles r. Murray greetings from the Council official by or. L. B. Mcmullen Council presi Dent group singing led by Johi Evans a Tenderfoot s Outlook on by John Beumee troop no. 7 a scoutmaster s experience Leonard a Hays scoutmaster troop no 2 recommitment ceremony led by or. Hoskle. The Rev r. H. Moorman will by tbasmalef7j-""musical selections Wil b e 7 presented Hawley Neil Trowbridge local scouts by Gene Smith la Riead and Gene m e a n w h i l Eholt has t h o u s a n d s of them on its hands. Washington feb. 6. & the Lum Ber Industry announced monday it had prepared plans for Homes which could be made available to buyers it a Cost of 50 cents to one Dollar h Day lumber manufacturer and lumber dealer associations cooperating to expand construction said they had developed two Basic House designs with dozen architectural v a r i a t i o n s which could be built for from 82, 000 to 52,500. These figures include Only the construction costs. Congress heard meanwhile that an upswing in private residential construction had complicated the Home owners loan corporation s task of disposing of repossessed Homes. The holc View was expressed by chairman John h. Fahey in Testi Mony before the House appropriation committee just made Public. He said the holc in striving to sell Homes it has taken Over was meeting com petition from newer and More mod Ern Homes. The problem was intensified fancy said by the fact that prevailing terms for the Purchase of new Homes Are the most Liberal that have Ever been offered in this he disclosed that the holc had repossessed 118,765 properties representing about 11.7 per cent of the original Loans and had sold 32,152.bob Webb 3317 second Avenue reported to police monday j is my pm i a Cal doctor Heads school building. The High state medical group Butte feb. 6. or. Roy v. Morledge of Billings was ejected presi Dent monday of the Montana acad Emy of and Oto laryngology at the close of the semiannual convention of the Academy held Here or. Ashley w. Morsa of Butte was re elected Secretary treasurer. Name delegates. Big Timber feb. 6. Special Sweet grass county unit of the Mon Tana educational association elected Andrew Mcdonald and Arthur l. Schump delegates at a meeting Here saturday to the Delegate Assembly of the m. E. A. Which convenes at Bivings in March. J nervousness headaches neuritis sciatica or Lumbago lady attendant Kay see or. Evans hidden bldg. Phone 7579 Street we stand in District no. 26, on ouster Avenue irom division Street to fourth Street West and on Hal blocks of intersecting streets in both districts. 1 t t Walter Adams was reported Mon Day none the worse from being Over come by Carbon monoxide fumes late saturday afternoon in a garage his residence 109 South thirty fifth Street. A Pul motor squad of three City firemen who wished to his Aid in the police patrol car after being summoned to Adams Home at 4 30 a no saturday found him already revived from the deadly fumes. The victim reported he had changed the Battery in his car and had started the motor of the machine in the closed garage to test the new Batter when he was overcome by the Haust fumes. Try mits for roles in tie null Long civic theater production of the Sut ton vane play outward bound Wil be held in the lobby of the Commer Cal club at 8 o clock tuesday evening mrs. Charles Cooley director a announced that the tryouts Are Pei to. Anyone interested whether t member of the civic theater group or not. T it this week s meeting of the ladles of the g. A. R. Will be held thurs Day instead of wednesday As previously announced. The meeting will be held at noon in the Odd Fellows Hall. Luncheon will be served. 1 t f Twenty three persons r e c e i v e d Standard first Aid certificates of the american red Cress from nations Headquarters As a result of having completed a course of first eld under the direction of miss Mae Lester spa instructor it was announced Hert. Monday at spa offices. Miss Lester has taught first Aid classes throughout the state this year and at the present time is giving the advanced course and the stand Ned course at the Gnu fluid school these will Complete her classes in Billings. I. N. Varly. Manager of he Hillings traffic 6ureau, returned to his of monday following n business trip to St. Paul and Chicago. T t f h. L. C n my lugs Montana division traffic manager for Northwest air lines returned monday following vis its to St. Paul Minneapolis Milwaukee and Chicago. Or. was accompanied by his wife and family answering in immediate Newl Foi Hospital supplies shelter tents food and clothing for the 18,000 injured and thousands of homeless in the chilean earthquake zone the Ameri can red Cross has launched a nation wide drive for contributions Accord ing to mrs. Jean Kubrich executive chairman of the Yellowstone county chapter. Pour air plane l o a d s and several boatloads of supplies have gone Are on their Way from the United states and most of the needed sup plies that were readily available have been sent the hed Cross is urging each chapter to secure contributions to i l l the chilean earthquake fund reports from other parts of the country have not yet been obtained according to mrs. Kartch but so Fai the Billings citizenry has contributed but $26. Of this $26, a local businessman contributed $25. The one Dollar first received came from a resident in the Montana Home for the aged who brought in his contribution As soon As the Call for Aid was announced. F i f a Immy in l t Ime l i l f i f i wits sri in daily circulation from the children s department of the Parmly Billings Barry last saturday when 516 books were borrowed by readers of Elemen tary school age according to an announcement by the Library staff Mon Day. The announcement a so stated that 27 children were in attendance at the weekly Story hour saturday. Billings officers seek stolen goods local police officers were requested monday by Deputy sheriff Robert Pryde at Bridger to watch for a number of articles taken in the Bur Alary of a ranch near Bridger last Fol Day night. Articles reported stolen included i 12-gauge Shotgun camera Field glasses car tent fishing poles a Gas lantern a Mattocks card table tools and cooking utensils. Flathead s welfare office to be closed Kalispell feb. 6.fu, its. Relie funds overdrawn the Fla Licad county welfare Board monday night said the welfare office would riot open tues Day. The Flathead Board was the second to close in two weeks. Musselshell county closed its Relief office after it was unable to obtain what it considered an adequate deny radio Power. Washington. Feb. 6. Vat an offi Cial of the communications commas icon said monday station guv at Cincinnati had been denied an Extension of its special experimental authorization to operate on 500.000 Watt ii for unlimited time. The Sta Lon operated by the Crosley Asting corporation had been pm i Loyang super Power broadcasts since 934,. move. Banquet is arranged for wednesday by Lodge. Members of Billings Lodge no. 894, b. P. O. E. Will meet for n banquet and program in the Lodge clubroom next wednesday night honouring the past exalted rulers of the locals eight local men who Are past exalted rulers of other lodges Hlll to included with the local past rulers its guests of Honor at Tho dinner an an Nual affair according to e. H. Sackitt Secretary of the Lodge. They Are j. B. Coppo find s. G. Tonkin Butte Lodge no. 240 or. A. L. Hammerl Glendive Lodge no. 1,324 Joseph f. Murphy Havre Lodge no. 1,301 r. I., will Lvov Williston n. D., Lodge no. 1,214 r. G. Wiggenhorn and a l. Braydn Bear tooth Lodge no. 534 at red Lodge and f. T. Merrill great of Falls Lodge no. 214. Tie speaking program and entertainment including a moving picture on traffic safety has been arranged for the evening. Sixteen past rulers still residing in Billings Are to be present. They Are f b. Connelly. . Bever mayor Charlie t. Trott f r a n k Coleman Charlesj Carroll a Henry Nib Frank a. Morse George s. Smith Parker w. Hastings Joseph l. Mcclellan. Ralph g. Wickstrom Everett m. Baker Rny a Griff in Earll g. Morse Byron r. Coffman and w. L. Hopper. Several past rulers who now reside away from Billings Are expected to Send communications that will be rend during the program. They Are w. B. George san Diego cell. Ira l. Whitney Absarokee h. B. Miller san Diego Cal. And j. H. Mcelroy Stan Wood Wash. Washington feb. , to. A Ett Englel president of the National Cong er5 of parents and teachers announced monday that its National Ica quarters would be transferred rom Washington to Chicago to pro id a More nearly equal service to 7,000 Parent teacher associations and Ore than 2,000,000 members. Tells hearing he favors Public rail ownership. / Washington feb. 5. A Thomaa r. Ample disavowed sympathy with communism monday and then told n Senate interstate Commerce subcommittee he favored Public ownership of Trio railroads. The former progressive representative from Wisconsin testified at n hearing on his qualifications to serve on the interstate Commerce commis Sion to which he recently was nominated by president Roosevelt. I want to say that i am not a communist and never have been n communist he said. Tho Wisconsin legislature has protested a mlle s appoint ment declaring lie was a communist. Amnio told the committee his views on Public ownership of the railroads were similar to those of Joseph b. Eastman a member of the 1. C. O. After a mlle finished testifying. Wil Liam d. Carroll chairman of the wis Consin democratic Central committee told the committee that ample was one of the most Radical men in wis Consin. He asked that his Nomina Tion to rejected. Saying he had heard amnio deny being n communist Carroll asked the committee to consider if one could not carry out and advocate the Theo Ries and principles of Tho communist party and not be a member of or. Amlie s views on Public owner ship of the Railroad and scrapping our Connel Tiitson disqualify him for serv ice in the to c. C. Which is supposed to to impartial Carroll added. Carroll of cml b pamphlet he raid had been written by ample. This pamphlet Carroll a s s e r t e d demonstrated that ample Hud advocated scrapping our Constitution in Lavor of a new Amlie quoted commissioner East Man As saying in 1d34 that theoretically and logically Public ownership of the transportation systems meets the ills of the present situation bet Ter than any other a mlle added however that while Eastman held this Point of View he has never held out for it it any Given time he sold this also was is position. A mlle said be believed that when government ownership becomes a real Ity it will be so not because of propaganda or the spread of in formation about that but became it Wil l have become inevitable even from a Busi Ness Point of View ample gave his views on Public ownership under questioning by chairman Johnson Democrat Colorado of the subcommittee and senator Reed re publican. Kansas a member of the committee he said chairman Wheeler demo crat Montana of the Ful l interstate Commerce committee had himself and it jul Public ownership in the sen ate ample said the trouble with most specific Railroad Public ownership pro ils in the past was that they had been inspired by the railroads own ers in an Effort to unload at the Best race possible properties that have Een become worthless or were about to become it would be desirable he said for he i a c. To have among its Mem or shop men who favored Public ownership to assure sympathetic handling of such an undertaking should it Ever be brought about in this country a new Type traffic signal Light that warns pedestrians How Many seconds remain for them to Cross the Street before the Light will change in being tried out. Rheumatism Kui Ivi pain inf cd minutes to relieve the torturing pain of Racuma item neural Ali neural ii or Lumbago in a few uni Fadua Brt the doctor formula Nurrito. Dependable no opiates no nazi to tact. Dou the work quickly Mutt relieve cruel pain to your Ute Fialon in a few i still coughing even if other Medicine has failed Don t be discouraged try Creo mul blon. Your druggist is authorized to refund your Money if you Are not thoroughly satisfied with the Bene fits obtained. Arco Mullion is one word ask for it plainly see that Tho name on the Bottlo is Arco Mullon and you la pet the genuine product am the Relief you want adv or emulsion for coughs or Chest colds what is your news i. Q.? by the a feature service each question counts 30 Cecli part of r two part question 10, a score of 60 is fair 80, Good. I. Pm is this Man h. L. Child called the world s fastest human 3. The portrait of what Povlo Star was accepted by a new York Art museum 3. What country requires its Young women to work a year on farms 4. The Federal Power commission found electric rates in american cities varied is much at 300, per cent. True or false 5. Why did j. H. 1/nvls and .1. L. Barrow come to blows in now York answers on want Art Page Stepmother appears and admits guilt in beating boy mrs., Clydla i57.1cr of 1000 South a Rondeny no penal in Tho Justice court of George m. Hays hero Mon any afternoon and catered a Pica of guilty to in Ninfi built charge filed is in outgrowth of in Nellc Jod Benting she administered her Stepson Albert is Clur 19-Yenr-old local newsboy. The court sentenced Tho women to Servo a go any term in Yellowstone county Jill Nanri then suspended Tho sentence upon her Promise of Good behaviour. / before entering her Kuty Plen to Riciny mrs. Inhaler who also in tin aunt of Tho. Boy withdrew a former Pica of not guilty which she entered when arraigned in the court Jammy 26 on the is Soult charge brought by de o Donnell count juvenile officer. Man. Incl or Hill been scheduled to go on trial in Lunt co Hays court thurs Day officers had Char red the Hoy no beaten so my rely with a strop to later required Nicch Cal treatment. The beating allegedly l red the boy by his Stepmother on january 21, according to the complaint. Young Ink scr been under Tho Caro of o Donn Oil Wincn Tho assault charge was lodged Gal not his Stepmother and it wan stated monday he would voluntarily remain in o Donnell h cd Wargn new trial is denied. Los , feb. a mrs. Tow Johnson s motion for a new trial in Hep suit for 9700.63b Damn Gen for the death of her explorer Iamb ind mar tin Joh fion and injuries to Herr of in in nor plane crash a car hero Jan. 12, 1037, was denied monday by Superior judge Waller s. Oaten. Her lawyers gave notice of Appeal from the jury verdict which found for thu defendant Western air exp Nan. State administration of Relief funds is proposed. Washington. Feb. plan for state administration at Relief funds. In cooperation with Tho fed eral government was offered in the House monday As a permanent substitute for the spa. Representative Woodrum Democrat Virginia n Leoder of the House econ omy bloc proposed the Clinge and suggested in a Bill that Congress appropriate Only 1,120,000.000 for re Lief for the year starting july 1 morn than a 100,000,000 has been allocated for Tho current year. Woodrum suggested substitution of an unemployment Relief administration for the spa and proposed that its project program be or Raffied so that states and its subdivisions could administer the work us soon As they proved capable. He std the. Pro Ponnu were his own and did not necessarily represent the administration s approach to the problem. The now Agency would be Given 1,000,000,000 for general Relief and the president would have the mahadev to use it is discretion especially in caws of emergency. Woodum s Bill would reduce Relief administration personnel from about 37,000 to 1.500 Ami would prohibit use of Relief Money on heavy construction projects it you displace 35,000 administrative personnel in the Field you la Moke a place for 100,000 persons on Relief it Security wages Woodrum told the House. He also suggested that no person be permitted to remain on Relief More than 12 months in is and that those who decline n private Job to shifted to the Bottom of the Relief Roll Eli Gible lists according to the hearings there have been Between 300,000 and 400,000 who Havo been on Tho program since its inception four or five years ago he said and there Are Between 760,000 and 1,000,000 eligible for re Lief and ready to be certified who Havo never had any part in the. Pro Tho Bill would deny Relief in n per son unless he is employable has tried without Succoso to get a private Job and unless to can prove that he or his dependents would suffer want or privation if he was denied work Rollof Woodrum also proposed that con Gross determine Tho exact amount from Tho 91,000,000,000 which would he spent in Carlr state in each of Tho 13 month july i. Court weighs move to Block Appeal a clone fcb 0.m Tho Montana supreme court monday took under advisement n motion by attorneys for Tho City of great Fol la to halt further Appeal proceedings in the Tiso of John Lloyd versus Tho my Nolc Lynll to. Kloyd a a taxpayer Hutu nought to restrain Tho City of great Falin from constructing h civic Contor on ground decried for Park Pur Ponco. The High court Hoard Brief Ai gel Montr monday on the City s motion and took Tho Case under . Tho court did not indicate when n decision could to expected. Loyd had filed notice of Appeal from a supremo court order uphold ing the a Nicado county District court a refusing to Grant him in in Junction to prevent construct Lon of the civic Center. Out of Hal governors of South Caro inf i worn natives of Charleston. Margery Wilson lecture sat Normal school tonight miss Margery Wilson of new York National authority on etiquette and personality development arrived Here monday and will give the first in a series of three lectures sponsored by the y. W. C. A. In Eastern Montana Normal school auditorium at 8 p. M. Tuesday. Subject of miss Wilson s tuesday Margery Wilson. Night dec turns is foundation of poise wednesday night she will speak on Charm and conversation and thursday night on the new eur lotto and physical mrs. Henry a. Chappie chairman of the committee in Char gel of the events said monday night that ticket Ealus to Date had Boon encouraging and t h n t tickets to the lectures legion auxiliary sponsors contests Columbus Tel. 8. Special mrs or Holt americanism chairman of. The american legion auxiliary an noun Ihl that the Stu water unit is he Orang two essay contents in the local Giarlo school the eighth Grade Nui clonts will write on what it Means to no an american while the nov Nui Grade pupils w l l l. W r l t o on sportsmanship in a number of Hooks have been dec loot to for reference work. Among them arc isms the Story of the pamphlets entitled Flag of the United slates and t t of in display it and your Flag and Mono it s would be on Sale through thursday miss Wilson is a House guest of or. And. Mrs. Chappie at 303, Clark ave nue during her stay Here. Miss Wilson Isa former motion picture actress is thres books on etiquette and Charm arid of several articles in current magazines. She is to be available.,for personal conferences the . C. A. Announced. Following her lectures Here she will continue to the West coast arid will conclude her in la Angeles be is county growers will receive $425,000 in benefits. Sign up of Yellowstone county beat growers for Federal Benefit payments on the 1938 crop of sugar beets was started hero monday by c. L. Waring Secretary of Tho Yellowstone county agricultural conservation association. Waring estimates 860 growers will receive a total of approximately $425. 000 in Boot Benefit payments the fed eral payment which is being Mado tinder the 1037 Suar act amounts to $1,02 n ton on the 1938 crop he of Tho county Are being notified when to appear at the conservation office in the county court House Here to sign their applications. Tho sign up is expected to be completed in about 10 Days. Applications upon completion of Tho comity sign up will be sent to the state office it Bozeman. First of the Benefit payments on the 1838 crop Are expected to be received from the Minneapolis office about March 1, according to Waring after that skid. He i Check your front whw1 Alten Nunt. Tou will your urea from sex com lab Wear keep your Cir to to me Dollar. Bear service 10 North 32nd St. T. S. Schilling pure Vanilla has the exquisite fragrance and Deli Cate elusive flavor that Only nature can produce. It gives that taste which makes folks say my that s Good i 37 spices 19 extracts 9 6 y e a r s o f l i f e i n s u r a n c e Security and service this year the Mutual life insurance com Pany of new York celebrates its 96th anniversary. The first policy in this Long established company was issued february 1, 184$. The assets of this company on december 31, 1938 were $1,399,427,496, an increase of $50,370,240 Over 1937. New insurance for the year was �267,461,084 and the total insurance in Force at the end of 1938 was $3,787,704,506 payments in 1938 to policyholders and their beneficiaries under their contract amounted to $135,002,459 and the trustees have set aside $16,098,319 for dividends in 1939, after establishing the fund for depreciation of securities and general contingencies at $49,548,011, an increase of $5,277,014 Over 1937. U a l a n c e Sheet december 31, 1938 liabilities and reserves policy . .$1,222,801,933.00 supplementary contract reserves 84,318,044.27 other policy liabilities. .53 .0377,839.84 premiums interest and rents paid in Advance assets per a Tel Cash Fez $61,893,421.28 United states government Bonds. 23.0m 353,5 21h7,80 stale county and municipal bonds4.53 63,323,047.89 Canadian government provincial and municipal Bonds. Other foreign government Bonds. Railroad Public Utility and Indus trial Bonds 31.54 441,349,909.24 preferred and guaranteed stocks. 1.15 mortgage Loans at Cost real estate at Cost or Lesi. Policy Loam Premium j in course of collection and reinsurance due from other companies i i 1 interest and rents due and accrued. 1.06 14,851,036.92 Cash advanced to pay policy claims. .00 13,100.00 total admitted assets 11,399,427,495.8s or of Init a

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