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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Butte, Montana Montana Turkey crop dwindles Missoula apr its a native Utah Oregon or Washington Turkey that most montanans will Dine on thursday. The tens of thousands of turkeys that were a Western Montana crop a few years ago have dwindled to a few thousand. Why9 mainly because Turkey raising like almost everything else has proved to be More profitable As a volume business Best conducted in other climates. And with Frozen turkeys ready to pop into the oven in demand expensive freezing equipment is needed there Are Only 9,000 turkeys in Montana this year against 27,000 last year. However some agricultural authorities insist that with careful management turkeys can he a profitable main crop or sideline. Finding a Market is one prof tem. Supermarkets want Low priced turkeys in Large quantities. And As Turkey is More and More becoming a year around dish freezing is again necessary. One of the last strongholds of Montana Turkey raisers is the farm of Wendell Simonsen near Victor. He and his wife raise 1.200 to 1,500 turkeys for both wholesale and retail markets. About half the turkeys will go for thanksgiving meals the other half for Christmas. Hiss Miller director of National Board Helena apr miss Harriet Miller Montana superintendent of Public instruction has been elected to the Board of directors of the National Council of chief state school officers. Miss Miller returned to Helena sunday from the Council s annual convention in Santa be . State superintendents and education commissioners attended. Experiments in improving the Quality of secondary education were reported at the meeting. Miss Miller a member of the resolutions committee said the Council resolved to work for general recognition that Quality in education is More significant than Quantity. Montanans strongly favor better highways but fear roads May not meet future needs prohibition asked new Delhi India apr the Central prohibition committee has recommended total prohibition for India by March of next year. India already has partial prohibition. Heads farm Bureau Henry Wilson a Wilsall rancher. Has been elected president of the Montana farm Bureau. A member of the organization for 30 years he succeeds Max Maberry of great Falls in the Bureau s top Post. He was elected at a the state convention in Dillon. Helena apr montanans strongly believe in better highways a professionally conducted Survey shows. Their chief concern is that highways in the state May not keep Pace with future traffic needs. The Survey sponsored by the Montana automobile association was weighted to include representation by City and Rural residents by occupational groups and by size of City. Generally said the maa residents Are pretty Well aware of the fact there is an expanded Highway building program under Way. Seven out of to persons answering the protested questionnaire expressed awareness of this fact j however Only 44 per cent of this group had what could be classified As Good information about the reason for an expanded Highway system. Of the 30 per cent not aware of any expanded Highway program in the state 81 per cent said they would favor such a program if they knew about it. In determining general attitudes by occupational groups the Survey showed executives and professional individuals Are poorly informed As to the purposes of the Montana Highway program. Predominant Factor in the Public a thinking about the program is safety and not the economic benefits the Survey disclosed. Principal complaint of those interviewed the maa said was the rate of Progress. In answer to the question a Are you satisfied with the Way Mon Tana is progressing with the program a the most common answer was a the Progress is too still will die Rome map a the Rev. Erman no Haeck 60. President of the International federation of Catholic news agencies died sunday of a heart attack. He was a native of Belgium. Montana Standard monday. November 21, i960 i holidays Cut into Council of churches deadline on taxes a d l goals by the associated press \ s the Calendar says montanans Helena apr the Montana have to Days remaining in which i Council of churches which rep to pay county treasurers the first Reser to about 70.000 Church Mem half of their 1960 tax Bill. Hers is checking into to a major wins Honor mrs. Steve Gilpatrick. Hilger. Was named a mrs. Montana farm bureaus at the state convention at Dillon. Mrs. Gilpatrick a member of the Fergus county unit previously had been selected As the outstanding farm Bureau women by her county group. Her selection As state Winner was based on county membership quota ratio. However the Calendar does no to areas of legislative note that Lour of those Days a subcommittees of the Council next thursday Friday. Saturday social education and action Cortland sunday Are holidays in the Mittee Are to report in Helena county treasurers offices. Dec. 6 with recommendations thus the deadline for payment dealing with of at least the first half of 1960 legalized gambling liquor con taxes is actually just six Days tool Laws correctional institutions away. Marriage and divorce Laws men the deadline is 5 . Nov. 30 Tal heal a needs and programs Why so. Many holidays j juvenile delinquency Laws. Capital. Punishment educational problems. Thursday. Thanksgiving Day i economic issues and obscene lit a Legal Holiday. Erasure. Gov. J. Hugo Aronson has pro this was decided at a commit claimed Friday the Day after tee meeting saturday in Helena. Thanksgiving also a Holiday for _ state and county employees. I Many Thrush banded in Florid and saturday and sunday Are and Louisiana have been picked up always Days off for statehouse and in Northwest Alaska. 4,000 Miles courthouse Crews. Away 25 to 30 Days later. Government meekly backs Indian school segregation big Cypress of a. A Uncle Sam is meekly supporting the Seminole indians in their refusal to integrate their school in this reservation Village. The government pays the Hills for the school and apparently has abandoned Hope of getting Semi j mile children into local Public schools because the Bureau of Indian affairs plans a new school building in 1961 it is the Only Indian school in Florida not integrated. The seminoles object to sending their children to school with children of Texas a mexican migrant farm worker parents not because of social or racial prejudice but because most of the Texas mexi can children speak Spanish More than English. The indians want their children to attend Public schools with English speaking White children older boys and girls Are timing transported by bus to school in Clewiston but the nearest White elementary school is 50 Miles away at Labelle of Clewiston and that a too far. Supt. Virgil Harrington of the . Indian Agency at Dania and the Rig Cypress Seminole tribe represented by chief Billy Osceola lost their last Battle two years ago to the Hendry county school Board to get the Little indians into White schools. A tile Federal government wants to do All it can to help give the Indian children an education but under the present setup it is Felt that they Are not getting the full educational benefits they should Harrington told Board members. A your children will learn English faster in Public schools and discipline can lie better enforced a said Osceola. Municipal league conclave changed Shelby a dates for the 1961 convention of the Montana municipal league have been changed to september from june. I Alfred f. Wingier the leagues executive director. Sunday said the 30th annual meeting will he at Havre sept. 7-9 the usual june convention dates were changed at the suggestion of the executive committee and approved by Havre mayor James Vav. Davey who picked the september dates a reach a petrels which feed As far As too Miles off the Maine Shore never come to land except to nest. They avoid the Mainland because their Burrows Are vulnerable to predatory animals. In la Handy oui�fe0 flask is a favorite choke Thi Christian Brothers a Napa. California Holiday produce . No. I fresh cranberries 2 t 29c . No. I Pink Grapefruit 15 for 85c no. 300 Eagle River Cranberry sauce no. I Bell s. Pined Ripe olives. No. 32 los Olivos Green olives 24 of. Nailer mince meat salad bowl salad dressing no. 300 Hunt fruit cocktail 40 of. Dennison Chili. No. 303 Yellowstone Cream Corn 2 35 turkeys 2. 57 75 a a a a 44 41 c at Butte s lowest prices e a e 369 59 a a e 343 place your order now for fresh turkeys. We also have a Complete line of Frozen turkeys and other poultry such As Capone ducks fryers at Low Low prices. Frozen turkeys 39 c in. Up geese 39 fresh pan ready la. For no. 303 to sates 3 _ 53 oysters is 75 fresh Pacific full pint drug dept. Clean sweep Sale our big clean sweep Sale in our drug deportment is still in Progress. New items added a further reductions a now at Cost or below Cost. Save of you never have before. Sorry due to such terrific reductions we can not give Gold strike Stamps on drug department Sale items no refunds a no exchanges. Christmas decorations Reg. Now window stencils 1.98 1.19 Cotton batting 33c 13c tinsel garlands 89c 69c Santa mail bags 1.59 99c Santa bottle cover 99c 49c tree stands 79c 49c Christmas villages 49c 13c cellophane wreaths 79c 49c Stencil kits 98c 39c ster0-f0am Snow balls 27 c 13c jewelled icicles 27c 13c Bead Chain ornaments 33c 19c twinkle Snow Cotton 49c 29c paper Christmas Bells 19c lie window candles electric 5.98 2.49 drug buys Reg. Now children s Ben Gay 89c 59c Zemo ointment 1.59 19c abs0rbine or. 1.09 89c c0lban tablets 98c 29c c0ricidin tablets 1.06 89c Pfunder s tablets 98c 39c dress Parade shoe polish 25c 13c or. Scholl s bunion reducer 73c 19c Reg. Now Parker Ink. 19c 5c Pencil boxes 79c 49c Hy-t0ne Index 23c 15c one dozen pencils 13c Zipper Pencil Pouch 53c 35c Hy-t0ne typing paper 23c 13c Odds n ends toy specials 3 cent Sale hundreds of Values to 3he Reg. Now Betsy wets dolls 6.98 3.49 radio line scooters 1.49 1.49 Voit swim fins 2.98 1.39 Ding Dong school game 1.98 99c Bingo Matic game 2.98 i 98 train and freight Yard set 3.98 i 98 toy Irons 39c 19c Catsup dispenser hedge clippers juicers 7aperlite candles >i�earp0int shovels Spear Point Hoe spearp0int Garden Fork All occasion cards Reg. Now 29c 9c 1.48 89c 28c 9c 28c 9c 2.48 99c 1.18 59c 1.19 59c each in she horns hair pin baggage tag script i Rad paper tips mouse traps can openers aspirin tie Racks plastic spoons filler paper shoe shiners coasters flit Spray shoe laces string Winders Index cards your Choice c or Majzl amp no l f 3 Only Reg. 15.95 Ronson shavers no pay o save 1741 Marrison Avenue .1. a tent of making in hear Iii

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