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Helena Independent Record (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Helena, Montana The Independent record Helena mont., sunday August 4, 1957 Page three freight rate group names new manager William h. Johnson of Terre aute ind., has been appointed manager of the Montana citizens Reight hate association Irving Inger of Helena president of he organization announced sat Day. He said Johnson is currently employed As a traffic super i or for the e. I. Dupont company Terre haute. He has been pm Loyed there since 1951. Before that he was an employee f the Chicago Milwaukee and t. Paul Railroad where he aimed extensive freight expert nce. Johnson is 34, married and the Ether of three children. He and is family Are scheduled to arive in Helena near the end of gust. A from his experience Back found Johnson can be expected be a great asset to this assertion in its continuing efforts put Montana on an equitable Sis with other states in regard training appropriate to the level o freight costs a Singer said. He added that the executives f the association Are a highly leased Quot to have Johnson on their Taff and said the appointment As made a after extensive screen of several Well qualified a Engineer group leaves Helena for firing Center forty eight officers and men of the �34th Engineer group construction left Helena saturday for the Yakima firing Center and two weeks annual training col. John n. Macdonald senior unit advisor announced. This will be the fourth year the 934th has been training in Yakima and actual training begins monday and extends through aug. 17. Members Are to return by aug. 18. The 934th Engineer group is a part of nearly 130,000 army reservists who will take the Field this year. In Yakima the Reserve units will be afforded every Opportunity to train in the latest tactical concepts and will use much of the army s new equipment. Training will emphasize practical instruction the qualification of individuals in their assigned duties and on the Job training with like units of the Active army. The 934th will conduct advanced 57 Exchange student to be at ranch Here desire Emile Ghislain Vincent 1957 Exchange student from Belgium is to be the guest of or. And mrs. Norman Chevalier on their ranch at Canyon Creek aug. 16 to 25, while on a months visit to Montana ranches. Vincent is Here under the in Denver speaker praises services Given by cattlemen of state in talks at grassroots meetings Marine recruits from Montana to leave aug. 15 a sgt. George Etheredge head f the Marine corps recruiting activities for the Butte Helena Rea announced that a continent of Marine recruits will leave utter for san Diego a Boot campy a in Salt Lake City on aug. Is. Sergeant Etheredge urges Allen bet Wen the Ages of 17 and 8 years interested in joining his group to Contact him at the Ain recruiting station in the St office at Butte or at the office in Helena Early this month. This group will be composed f enlistees from Butte Helena Ozeman Dillon Anaconda and a rounding areas. Sergeant eth Redge said these men will be As signed to the same platoon in t Camp at san Diego and and Meed training at Camp Pendle a Calif., then granted 15 Days eave together. Chances Are that me of the group will remain o Gether throughout their in stents in the Marine corps he dded. Of training previously attained during weekly sessions at the local armory and in other encampments. All personnel will receive pay according to their rank and years of creditable service colonel Macdonald said. The cooperation of Helena business and Industrial employers make it possible for a High percentage of attendance from the Helena area colonel Macdonald said. Joe h. Blazina to graduate from Woodbury Joe h. Blazina son of or. And mrs. Joseph c. Blazina of 425% North Park will graduate with his bachelors degree in journalism cum laude from Woodbury College. Los Angeles aug. 9. Holding the top Scholastic rating in his major Blazina recently received the a top journalist of 1957�?� award Given to a student who has most distinguished himself As a writer on the College newspaper. He along with top ranking seniors representing other majors will be honoured at commencement exercises at the los Angeles Immanual Presby Terian Cathedral for having received the Bronze Silver and Gold pins of the Phi Gamma Kappa honorary scholarship fraternity for journalistic achievement cattlemen of Montana Are performing a key service to the people of the nation in supplying Good beef a which is so essential to everyone a health and Well being a Lyle Liggett of Denver told Montana stockmen at two a grass Root Quot meetings this week. Liggett information director for the american National cattlemen a association was principal speaker at meetings sponsored by the Montana Stock growers association at big Timber and Harlowton. Secretary Ralph Miracle of Mega reported 87 cattlemen from sweetgrass and surrounding counties attended the big Tim Ber meeting thursday and 58 were present at the Harlowton session Friday. At Harlowton however nearly too persons from Wheatland and surrounding counties attended a banquet held Friday night. Miracle was among several officials of Mega who participated in the meetings. Others included Wayne Bratten of Winnett second vice president Alvin Ellis of red Lodge w. J. Harrer of electric Shaver repair service Shick Sunbeam Remington Moll orders a immediate service Helena office equipment co. Across from Post office �?305 n. Park i 3-3130 caution Street improvements on Fuller Avenue Road closed but. We re still doing business through the. Back Alley drive through the Alley from Placer Avenue. Or if you Are afraid of Back alleys just phone i 2-6310 for free pickup and delivery. Capital motors inc. 419 Fuller ave. Desire e. G. Vincent Ter National farm youth Exchange program under which Rural youth of 50 countries Are working towards International understanding by living in each others Homes and learning each others viewpoints. More than 300 Young persons were exchanged Between the United states and co operating countries in 1957, 125 of them from the United states. Returning to their Home countries the students report in detail to Small groups and through publicity Media. The National 4-h club of America inc., and local organizations sponsor the program Here. Vincent lives on a 70-acre farm near Lea census vernies Belgium. The farm is All in pasture for 120 head of cattle. He is Active in the professional agricultural Union and Baa had secondary school training. He understands English if spoken slowly. He lists football dancing and horseback Riding As his hobbies. While in Montana Vincent a schedule is being arranged by the Extension department of Montana state College at Bozeman. Patricia Sias Lewis and Clark county Home demonstration agent and James Sargent county agent with the Chevaliers will meet the visitor on his arrival from Bozeman. His Montana trip includes visits in Gallatin Cascade and powder River counties and Yellowstone Park. Two Are honoured on birthdays at Lawn party mrs. John Haas and Clyde Fry were honoured on their birthdays at a recent Lawn party at the Fry and Louie Houle Home in Oregon Gulch near York. Out of town guests were Addie Burt of Van Guys Calif. Or. And mrs. John Woods or. And mrs. Robert Johnson Rob Johnson or. And mrs. James Maness Canna Smith Lillian Myhr Ann Shannon Sharon George and Karlene Hauck of Helena and Robert of Connell of Marysville York residents attending were Tom and Chet French or. And mrs. Ray Hartman or. And mrs. George Byrd Peggy and Janie Byrd or. And mrs. Bob Gruber or. And mrs. Glenn Leishman mire. Charlie Olson or. And mrs. Bennie Smith Zana Smith or. And mrs. Charlie puff or. And mrs. Thomas Shanks or. And mrs. Bill Chrenc Kendust Paul Bishop John Haas Gladys Ferris or. And mrs. William Grudel and Don Byrd. State High school Rodeo riders get High honors Montana High school Rodeo riders came Home from the National show held last week in Albuquerque n. M., with a wide variety of honors. Topping the list was Jess Langston of Harlowton named All around Cowboy a title in the National High school Rodeo association equivalent to worlds Champion in the adult Rodeo cowboys association. He was awarded a Silver mounted tooled leather Saddle. Langston was elected vice president and Phyllis Brown of East Helena Secretary a treasurer of the students of the National association. Edgar g. Brown of East Helena president of the Montana High school Rodeo association was made vice president of the National group. Newall Atkinson of Alice Texas is president of the student officers. John Vallat of Louisiana is National president and Harold Hays of new Underwood s. D., Secretary treasurer. Of the 275 contestants in the meet 22 were from Montana with la places won in the finals. In addition to the top prize Langston was second in bareback Riding and fourth in Bull dogging. Linda Meeks of fort Benton was fourth in the barrel race. Wes Stoos of Geraldine won first in Bull dogging Bud Baker of Poplar third in Bull Riding. Howard Zehner of White Sulphur Springs tied for first place in calf roping with Al Bailey of Texas. In Bull Riding. Baker won the first go and Stoos second. Phyllis Brown Montana Rodeo Queen was in the National contest won by the girl from new Mexico. Eight judges chose the Queen on a basis of 50 Points for appearance and personality and 50 for horsemanship. Or. And mrs. Edgar g. Brown were among the Montana parents attending the meet. A Telegram of congratulation from Frank Murray Secretary of state was received by the Montana representatives. The next National show will be in Sulphur la. Helena George Voldseth of Len Nep and Ford Garfield of Ryegate executive committee members and r. A. Murphy of Helena assistant Secretary. Liggett told the stockmen they a Are members of an Industry a of which they can be it also was brought out at the meetings that cattle prices generally Are above last years depressed Levels and general feeding conditions indicate a Strong demand for Montana a cattle production throughout the marketing season s. H. Kemp of Helena manager of the Montana livestock production credit association moderated a panel discussion devoted to various phases of present Day cattle feeder conditions and the current cattle Market. Participating on the panel were two nationally known feeders Wallace Ware of Lanark 111., and w. L. Richardson of Caldwell Idaho Ware is a director of the Corn Belt feeders association and Richardson is an official of the Idaho cattlemen a association and a member of the feeder committee of the american National cattlemen a association. Also taking part were Larry Caine of the Chicago Union stockyards and two Chicago commission men Max Gillogly and Harlan Bane. They offered National marketing information and Frances Wald Houser of the Billings livestock commission and others furnished local information. Mega Secretary Miracle termed the meetings a very successful and said attendance was above expectations. He pointed out this is a Busy time of year for cattlemen and the attendance figures brought out interest Montana stockmen have in such Mega sponsored affairs. Forest Crew to Survey for Bud worm Carl Marsh of the Helena National Forest staff will Start monday with a Crew of four men to Survey the Helena Forest to determine areas which have Spruce Bud worm and the intensity of the infestation a. Moir Forest supervisor said. Samples will be taken to find the percentage of the current years growth eaten by the Bud worm. From this information will be determined what areas will be proposed for spraying in 1958. Available financing will affect plans for spraying. Marsh Timber management assistant returned this week from Ennis where he spent two months on a Bud worm spraying project. Heading a Crew of six men he Analysed the development of the infestation in each area to decide when spraying should be started. Noxon work increases Thompson Falls up a employment on the Noxon rapids dam project continued to climb this week As a result of overlapping of All phases of the Railroad relocation work. The number of construction workers on the project hit 1,306�?an increase of 45 Over last weeks total of 1,261, As Railroad grading construction on four Railroad Bridges and track laying got under Way. There Are fewer men than women in the United states. Casey s lumber East Helena. Academy 7-8896 doors a plywood a flooring Diatom planing All finished lamber 877 m Acme Quality paints a. Hotter Hwo. Co. Retail Hickory 2-2449 our service department. It will open but duo to Tho work boing Dono on Fuller Avo., Tho service Entrance will to from Placer Avo. At Tho Alloy from behind Tho . A thank you Northwest motors 516 Fuller Avo. Nantucket Island mass., has a population of 3,500 people. Nevertheless there Are 4.100 bicycles on the Island. Any questions More Federal workers Washington a Upa net increase of 16,869 civilian government employees was reported Friday by sen. Byrd a a for the year ended june 30. 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