The Billings Gazette from Billings, Montana - (2023)

Wednesday, August 20, 1969 Eugene Henman Evening Edition 12 (Thr UUngH (SaZfttr Vitals Weather SETTERGREN-CAREY Funeral Home Serving the Community Since 1906 721 N. 29th Ph. 252-2888 WILLIAMS Francis C. Williams of Sacramento, California, formerly of Park City and Billings. Son of Walter Williams of 114 S. 39th. Funeral services are pending at the Settergren-Carey Funeral Home. cr. J. 4 -wi, i tf Ji ft fj Phooey Floyd "Brownie" Brown, 76, of Greenfield, Iowa, says any hope he ever had for quitting smoking went up in smoke many years ago. He is one of a few holdouts in the town of which is trying to give up smoking as a promotion for a movie, "Cold Turkey," which is being filmed here. Photofax Housing Fight Was "Futile Exercise' Funeral services are 3 p.m. Friday at Smith's Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Mr. Henman was born Aug. 31, 1904, in Deitz, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Orie E. Henman. He attended school at Guidon Creek School southwest of Roundup. He married Adell Allen on Nov. 19, 1926. in Sidney. They moved to Billings in ,1927. where he worked for a few years for Russell Millen Milling which later became the Peavey Co. Mr. Henman then worked for Great Western Sugar for 15 years. In 1943 he began working as a mail carrier for the U.S. Post Office until retiring in 1963. He was a member of Church of Christ. Survivors include the widow; two sons, Vincent 4141 Stone and Wallace Duck Creek Road; a daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Kaufman, Poplar; his mother, Mrs. Tille Robinson, 709 N. 18th two sisters, Mrs. Frank Radford, 709 N. 18th and Mrs. Bob Arpen, 212 S. 28th a brother, Jay 2007 S. Billings and 12 grandchildren. Announcements W. H. Hombach M.D. has moved to new offices, 301 Doctor's Building, 1231 N. 29th. Ph. 248-7451. Practice limited to Obstetrics Gynecology. Adv. THE CASTLE will be closed Aug. 22nd for a State Ki-wanis Party. Plan your lunch, meeting for party in our new Golden Garden Room. It's Adv. Dr. R. E. Mattison announces the opening of his office, 1224 N. 28th. Practice limited to Obstetrics Gynecology. Office hours, 10:30 to 12 noon 1:30 to 5 p.m. by appointment, Phone Friends of Mrs. John Wallace, formerly of Billings, may send memorials to Long Beach St. Mary's Hospital, 10th and Linden, Long Beach, Calif. 90813-Adv. SALE 180 BLOUSES, Girls' Ladies sizes, 25c. Discount Clothing 16th Grand Adv. Back to school permanent special Grand Ave. Beautv Salon, 2300 Grand 259-1 110 -Adv. GARAGE SALE Fri. 8-20 to 8-22. 845 Ave. E. 11' by 11' Umbrella Tent, Camp Heater cook stove, camping equip. Car carrier, dishes, clothing and carpenter tools. 259-9716-Adv. This week at Roxanne's. Battery Operated Wall Clocks, 10 off. 1417 13th St.West.-Adv. KELLY'S KINDERGARTEN 1933 Yellowstone Avenue Phone: 252-0671 A.M. and P.M. Sessions. Adv. Fancy Iris Roots 28 Varieties, Only 69c each. Hoppers -Lake Elmo Drive and Evergreen Center. Adv. Dr. John E. Hynes has moved his office to the lower level at the same address-1224 N. 28. Office phone is 252-5920 Adv. Enroll now for Kindergarten, Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, Jean Kennedy is now employed with Mirror Beauty Salon, 348 Scotts St. on N. Frontage Rd. in Lockwood. Open evenings Tuesday, Wedensday, Friday by appointment. Call about Back-to-School special on per-manents. Ph. 259-1171 Adv. ROSE PARK NURSERY SCHOOL Fall reg. 2 3 day wk. Lie. 245-7817, 252-1940 Adv. BACK TO SCHOOL PERMA NENT SPECIAL. Lockwood Beauty Salon, 1920 Old Hardin Rd. Open Tues. Fri. Eve. Ample parking. For Appt. 259-8832-Adv. Clara's Beauty Salon will be closed until Aug. 26th. Adv. KINDERGARTEN off 12th St. West, JUDY PRICE, Teacher of Organ Piano. Classical Popular Music. Ph. 259-7093 Adv. WANTED-EXPERIENCED BEAUTICIAN close-in Ph. 259-6436 for appt Adv. NURSERY SCHOOL! 3-4 yr. olds 2-3 day wk. Qual. Tchr. Mrs. Bel'. 656-3691 252-6617. Cabot's Stains Ranch House Kues-Reynard Co. 741 Custer Ave. Adv. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends, neighbors and relatives for the kindness, thoughtfulness, memorials, floral offerings, cards and sympathies extended to us in the loss of our loved one. It is most deeply appreciated. Mrs. Cecil Mocabee and Children Mr. Mrs. Finley Mocabee and Families Eugene L. Henman, 64, of 718 S. died Tuesday in a Billings hospital of cancer. Archie LaFurge GLENDIVE Archie LeRoy LaFurge 68, Glendive, died Monday at his home. He was born in Sioux Rapids, Iowa, on Sept. 29, 1900. His family moved to Sumatra in 1912. He farmed in the Fromberg area in 1926. He married Mary lone Thompson in Billings, March 31, 1931. They lived in Joliet, moving to Bridger in 1946. They moved to Glendive in 1961. He worked for the George Rakes Construction Company until his retirement in 1965. Survivors include his widow; two sons, Glenn and LeRoy, both of Glendive; a daughter, Mrs. George Rakes, Glendive; his mother, Mrs. Edna LaFurge, Fromberg; a brother, Russell, Melstone; three sisters, Mrs. Hazel Vermandel, Billings, Mrs. Virginia Walker, Great Falls, and Mrs. William Schwend, Melstone; and 12 grandchildren. Funeral services will be 9 a.m. Thursday in the Koch-Huebl-Sil-vernale Mortuary with the Rev. Warren Smith officiating. Graveside services will be 4:30 p.m. in the Rockvale Cemetery, Rockvale with the Rev. John Bartram officiating. Ethel Trenerry Ethel M. Trenerry, 85, 245 Wyo. widow of the late Arthur Trenerry former Billings mayor, died at a Billings nursing home Tuesday. She was born March 17, 1884, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Savage. On Aug. 5, 1910, she married Arthur Trenerry at Butte. They moved to Billings in 1912. Mr. Trenerry was president of the Billings Brewery and a former Billings mayor. She was preceded in death by her husband on Nov. 30,1962. She was active in the Billings Garden Club and Sons and Daughters of Montana Pioneers. She was a member of Holy Rosary Parish. She was the first secretary for the Elks Buck Club and served as their secretary for over 25 years. Surviving are a son, Walter Trenerry, South Bend, two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Burke and Mrs. Mercedes McDaneld, both of Los Angeles, a brother, George Savage, Los Angeles, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Requiem mass will be 9 a.m. Friday at Holy Rosary Church with the Rev. Eugene V. Gergen officiation. Burial will be in Mountview Cemetery. Rosary will be recited 7 p.m. Thursday at Dahl-Brown Funeral Chapel. Mrs. W. H.Forbis MISSOULA (AP) Mrs. William H. Forbis, wife of a prominent journalist, died Monday in Missoula, victim of a long bout with cancer. She was 52. The Forbises had moved to Missoula in May from South America after her husband resigned an editorship with the Time-Life Corp. to accept a teaching position at the Univer sity of Montana School of Journalism, effective in September. A Missoula native, Mrs. Forbis is survived by her widower, two sons and a daughter. Johnston Rites Services for Claude L. Johnston, 74, 23 Jefferson were conducted in the Dahl-Brown Funeral Chapel Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. Donald Mackay III of St. Luke's Episcopal Church officating. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Lee Halver-son, William Walker, Harold Curtis, Alvin Geise, Jack Mott and John Uselton. Survivors include two sons, two daughters, a brother, two sisters, 14 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. He died in a Billings hospital Friday. Ha Hand Silvernail Harland Mann Silvernail, 80, of Denver, formerly of Billings, died Sunday of heart congestion at a Denver hospital. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Smith's Chapel, with the Rev. James Fit-zhugh of the First United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens. He was born Oct. 5, 1888, at Williams, Iowa, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Silvernail. He married Helen Agnes Gullickson at Dickinson, N.D. Aug. 15, 1912. She died in 1963. He was reared in Taylor, N.D., and lived there until moving to Billings in 1921. He worked for Northern Pacific Railroad as a car inspector. After his wife's death he moved to Denver, Colo. Survivors include three sons, Charles H. Silvernail of Evergreen, Lowell V. Silvernail of San Diego, and Layton A. Silvernail of White Bear Lake, and two sisters, Mrs. Ivy Warne of Fargo, N.D., and Irene Bloom of New York City. BIRTHS Girls Mr. and Mrs. Rick Brabec, 815 4th St. West. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slates, 238 Custer Ave. Boy Mr. and Mrs. Tracy L. Willett, 2931 Lynn Ave. DEATHS Eugene L. Henman, 64, 718 S. 31st St. Mrs. Marion M. Mueller, 54, 810 N. 30th St. Donald B. Phillips, 70, 2718 Virginia Lane. MARRIAGE LICENSES Arthur M. Amundsen, 22, Billings, and Patricia D. Hall, 20, Joliet. SEPARATE MAINTENANCE ASKED Doris E. Rodger vs. Lyle O. Rodger. DIVORCES ASKED Peggy A. Gardiner vs. Stanley Gardiner. May G. Lile vs. Lawrence R. Lile. FIRE CALLS 12:09 p.m. Tuesday (City) 1901 1st Ave. N. Car fire. Out on arrival. No visible damage. 2:06 p.m. Tuesday (City 1-3216 6th Ave. S. Shed Fire. Damage to contents. Fire started by children playing with matches. 3:51 p.m. Tuesday (City) 4th Ave. and N. 28th. Car fire. Damage to paint on hood. 6:00 p.m. Tuesday (City) 602 Wyoming Ave. Damage to washing machine motor. 6:15 p.m. Tuesday (County) 314 N. 14th St. Grass fire. Out on arrival. 7:16 p.m. Tuesday (City) 36 Adams Ave. Grass fire. Out on arrival. No damage. Good Morning, Your Honor POLICE COURT Judge Donald E. Bjertness David Mallette, 19, 628 Broadwater, fined $60 for disobeying a traffic signal and no driver's license. Ronald Walker, 26, Rte. 1, forfeited $36 bond on charges of speeding and no driver's license. Fined for speeding: Ronald Kirkwood, 19, 4512 Stone $50; Thomas Mellis, 17, 4508 Stone, $35 and driver's license suspended 30 days; Darrell Johnson, 35, Overpass Motel, $12; Claudia Pipe, 26, 1093 Lincoln, $12; Richard McKamy, 28, 1035 Miles $12, and Nancy Massing, 18, 1111 Washington, $12. Forfeiting bonds on charges of speeding: Thomas Geering, 39, 2612 Whittier Place, $30, and Catharine Smith, 47, 1507 Cook $12. Fined for disobeying a traffic signal: William Cunningham, 16, 615 Park Lane, $20, and Joseph Waldrup, 25, Great Falls, $12. Forfeiting $12 bonds on charges of disobeying a traffic signal: Deloris Martin, 39, 1431 Eldorado; Clair Dickinson, 56, 1129 N. 24th Gary Buechler, 26, 750 Terry and Wilford Bell, 31, 1708 Burlington. Fined $12: Randall Pender-graft, 20, 1240 V2 N. 26th no muffler; Jeanette Eichele, 26, 1937 Alderson, no driver's license, and Kathleen Sheehy, 15, 1041 Poly Drive, careless driving. Forfeiting $12 bonds on charges: Dwight Wagenman, 18, no driver's license, and Robert Finley, 17, Rte. 2, diso- beyinga stop sign. Fined: David Mallette, 19, 628 Broadwater $24, no driver's license and unsafe lane change; Donald Lewis, 16, 1034 Parkhill, $22, unsafe backing and no driver's license, and Lee Salsbury, 16, 49 Foster Lane, $10, failure to yield. Christy Lambrecht, 15, 2625 Clark forfeited $8 bond on a charge of driving without lights. Henry Garcia, 21, 603 S. 27th fined $50 for disturbance and drinking on street. Clarence Goodsell, 36, 644 Starlight Drive, sentenced to 15 days jail for disturbance. Cipriano Talamantes, 43, 24 VanBuren, fined $25 for trespassing. JUSTICE COURT E.E.Collins Michael Jerhoff, 16, forfeited $15 bond on a charge of speeding. Valerie W. Scott Ralph Millhouse, 64, 9 Berg fined $15 for following too close. Organizational Meeting Is Set Four-wheel drive fans will try to organize a club at a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at 2918 17th St. West. Lack of interest led to the deactivation of two earlier four-wheel clubs, the "Rough Riders" and the "Mountaineers," sponsors said. FIRE CALLS 10:02 p.m. Tuesday (City). 1617 1st Ave. N. Frontier Chevrolet. Garbage racks burning. Smoke damage to outside wall. Under investigation. 10:04 p.m. Tuesday (City). 320 N. 17th St. Garbage racks burning. No damage. Under investigation. FORECASTS BILLINGS Fair with little change in temperature through Thursday. High Wednesday 95. Low Wednesday night 60. Zero chance of rain through Wednesday night. HARDIN Fair with little change in temperature through Thursday. High Wednesday 95. Low Wednesday night 60. Zero chance of rain through Wednesday night. EAST OF THE DIVIDE -Fair to partly cloudy through Thursday. Warmer afternoons with isolated showers over the mountains in the southern portion. Highs 85-94. Lows Wednesday night 55-65. AIRI'OHTWKATHKR DATA From I'mted States Weather Bureau for 24 hours ending at 5:30 August 19. 19: Maximum 91 Minimum 57 Precipitation 0: so farthis month. .41: total tor same period of Aug. 1-19 a vear ago. 1 37; total since Jan. 1. 11.83: total for same period a year ago. 11.42: normal for Aug 1-19. .50: normal for Jan 1 to Aug. 19. 19119.9.33 Hourly temp. 6 p.m. Tuesdav: 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 84 82 77 78 75 68 73 63 63 62 59 61 Hourly temp 6a.m. Tuesdav-5 m. Tuesdav: 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 58 60 64 71 76 81 85 87 89 90 90 91 Sunrise 6:20 a m. m. Donald Phillips Donald B. Phillips, 70, of 2718 Virginia Lane, a retired barber, died in a Billings hospital Wednesday morning of natural causes. He was born April 13, 1899, in Ottumwa, Iowa, a son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Phillips. He moved to Nebraska with his parents in 1902 and to Ra-pelje in 1917. In 1922 he came to Billings and later attended Montana State University in Boze-man for a short time. On Nov. 26, 1925, he married Feme Jansen in Billings. From 1925 to 1933 he worked in the U.S. Post Office. In 1933 he began barbering. He was a member of the First Congregational Church, Scottish Rite Bodies, Al Bedoo Shrine and Edna Hedges chapter of Eastern Star. He was past master of Billings Lodge No. 113 AF Survivors include the widow; two brothers, Norman E. of 706 Vz Alderson Avenue, and Laurin T. of 1029 Ave. a sister, Mrs. Vivian Carlsen of Al-hambra, and a nephew, Robert W. Phillips of San Pedro, Calif. Area Deaths ARNETT HOFFMAN MILES CITY-Funeral services for Arnett J. Hoffman, 57, who died in a car accident Saturday, will be 4 p.m. Wednesday at Graves Funeral Home. The Rev. Leslie Payne will officiate and burial will be in Custer County Cemetery. MRS. EDNA EASTWOLD MILES CITY-Funeral services for Mrs. Edna M. Eas-twold, 78, long time Miles City resident, will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Graves. Funeral Home with the Rev. Jospeh Loos offi ciating. Burial will be in Custer County Cemetery. JAMES DARRAH services for James Robert Darrah, 54, who died at a Gillette, Wyo. hospital Friday from heart condition, will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Cody Methodist Church. The Rev. Charles Clayton and the Rev. William B. Corlett officiating. Burial in Riverside Cemetery. MISS A. BLANCHE MILLER PLENTYWOOD Funeral services for Miss A. Blanche Miller, 90, a long time Plenty-wood resident, will be 2 p.m. Thursday from the Fulkerson Memorial Chapel with Allen Richardson, student pastor, Plentywood Congregational Church, officiating. Burial in Plentywood Cemetery. RAGNHILD HAINES CODY, Wyo Funeral services for Ragnhild Marie Haines, 63, who died from a heart condition at a Cody, Wyo. hospital Monday, will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Cody Lutheran Church with the Rev. Noble Kile officiating. Burial in Riverside Cemetery. Charles Thompson Services for Charles D. Thompson, 86, of 1035 N. Broadway, were held at Smith's Chapel Tuesday with the Rev. R. H. Moorman, retired Baptist minister, officiating. Mr. Thompson died Thursday at a local nursing home. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Walter Mac-kin, V. A. Nordberg, Dewey H. Sherman, Lyle Bergh, M. W. Becker and E. W. Mellichampe Jr. Masonic rites were conducted at Mountview Cemetery by Ashlar Lodge 29 Citizens' Bid 'Realistic'" There's something the-other banks overlooked when they submitted their bids for distribution of food stamps, said Jim Bennett, president of First Citizens Bank. Whatever the reason, Citizens' basic bid of $75 a month and 50 cents a transaction up to $500 with the additional transactions free was the best offer Yellowstone County Commissioners got. The only other bid was $1.10 a transaction with an estimated 750 transactions a month. Although Bennett isn't saying what the other banks overlooked, he says he knows Citizens' bid is realistic. "My brother handles the food stamp distribution in Anaconda at a cost of 35 cents a transaction and he's making a profit," Bennett said. Even with higher operation cost, Citizens can make a profit, he said. Then he pointed out, "It takes room to handle the distribution. Other banks are using all their desks and teller windows. They can't just hire a girl and put her at a desk or window. We have extra room." "I think that the food stamp program is a good idea," Bennett said. "It doesn't seem some should starve while there is a surplus of food." The program, which will be administered by the county, is expected to begin Oct. 1. Real Estate Transfers Dwight H. and Allieta E. Nelson. Cherokee. Okla to Dale E. and Sandra L. Abell. Billmes. Lot 23. Canvon Creek Industrial Tracts. 1st Filing L. Paul and Ethel E. Wells, to John A. and Carol Wayman. Lot 4, Block 12. Gorham Park Subdivision. Carrie Reynolds. Billings, to Lou Anna Button. Billings. Lots 6. 7. and 8. Block 28. Foster's Addition. Rueben F. and Gladvs SchuU. Billings, to Alice Elliott. Billings. Lot 23. Block 10. Central Heights Subdivision. 5th Filing. Ella H. Swenson. Billings, to Humble Oil and Refining Co Billings. Lots 29. 30 and 31. First Addition to Block 4. Yellowstone Addition. Horace H. and Gladvs L. Mclntyre. Livingston, to Jack and Marv Carol Hall, and Lenora Wirth. Billings. Tracts 1 and 2. Certificate of Survey No. 1129. Judy Fitzgerald. Billings, to lone Lang. Billings. Lots 26. 27. 28. 29. 30 and 31. Block 4. Broadwater Subdivision. Neil and Jean M. Graham. Billings, to R. A. and Irenne Mielson. Billings. All of Certificate of Survey No. 755. and Construction to Edward A. and Sandra H. Monson. Billings. 50 63 feet of Lot 1. Block 7. Southwest Park Subdivision. 2nd Filing Clarence M. and Florence E. Anderson. Billings, to Rene and Edna Mora. Billings. Lot 7, Block 3. Country Club Heights Subdivision. Tommy Lee and Judy K. Ludwig. to Kathrvn M. Sokolbski. Lots 5 and 6. Block 2. First Avenue Subdivision. Helen V. Merrifield. Bearcreek. to Henrv and Melvia Drain. Billings. Lots 43 and 44. Block 2. Fairview Subdivision. Orah J. All. Laurel, to Orah J. and Sidonia M. All. Laurel. Lots 1 and 2. Block 3. West Laurel Subdivision. Amended. Bob L. and Sharon L. Frank. Billings, to David P. and Kathleen A. Drake. Billings. 50 feet of Lot 12. Block 3. 1st Filing of Southwest Park Subdivision. Lois G. Sorenseon. Billings', to Thomas A. and Marsha M. Nitchman. Billings. Lots 9 and 10, Block 218. 2nd Addition to Original Town. Thomas A. and Marsha M. Nitchman. Billings, to Dee Thompson. Billings. Lots 9 and 10. Block 218. 2nd Addition to Original Town. Dee Thompson. Billings, to Arnold J. and Leta Alice Jones. Billings. Lots 9 and 10. Block 218. 2nd Addition to Original Town. Carl A. and Bettv Sheridan. to Charles B. and Kathrvn Havden. Lots 14 and 15, Block 24. North Elevation Subdivision. 3rd Filing Marian H. Turner. Billings, to Harold G. and Charlotte Knaub. Laurel. Lot 4. Block 7. Gran-dview Subdivision. Fred L. and Olivia G. Briggs. Billings, to Re-dmger and Son. Billings. Lot 17. Block 3. Bnggs Subdivision Amended. Ema Zaske. Billings, to Donald L. and Ruth A. Nave. Billings. Lot 6A. Hannah Subdivision. Cities Will By ROSS CARLETTA Gazette Staff Writer MILES CITY The Northern Plains Air Transportation Council and the seven eastern Montana cities it represents are going to fight Frontier Airlines' plan to end air service to the cities until an "adequate" commuter service replacement is available. Frontier Airline has not yet submitted to the Civil Aeronauc-tics Board its request to discontinue service, but its representative, Vern Carlson, Denver, said it will probably be submitted next week. If the CAB approves the request the seven cities Miles City, Glendive, Havre, Lewis-town, Sidney, Glasgow and Wolf Point will be left without air service. The council, which was formed to consider the future and act as a sounding board for the cities involved, heard proposals from four, third level carriers Tuesday in Miles City who are interested in replacing Frontier. THE AIRLINES are Combs Airways of Billings, Apache Airlines of Pheonix, Metro Commuter Air Service of Denver and the Montana Corp. of Great Falls. Deadline for the applications to the Montana Aeronautics Commission, which would award the contract, has been set for September 10. Only Apache Airlines has already submitted an application. The council set September 30 for another meeting in Lewis-town, at which time it might back one of the four companies. October 14 has been set for a hearing by the Montana Aeronautics Commission to begin deciding to whom the contract Sumif.tdtfailkt.t)ilh.Mifmlf. (Ilicheloifi-Saars 1001 Alderson Phone 252-3 117 Mortuary Parking Adjacent FUNERAL CHAPEL 10 Yellowstone Ave. Phone 248-8807 OTT Requiem high mass for Jerome Ott age 64 of 824 Broadwater Ave. will be Thursday 9:30 a.m. at Holy Rosary Church. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary will be recited Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Dahl -Brown Funeral Chapel. TRENERRY Requiem high mass for Mrs. Ethel M. Trenerry, age 85. 245 Wyoming wife of the late Arthur Trenerry, will be Friday 9 a.m. at the Holy Rosary Church. Interment will be in Mountview Cemetery. Rosary will be recited Thursday 7:30 p.m. at the Dahl-Brown Funeral Chapel. Should friends desire memorials may be made to the Orthopedic Clinics of the local Hospitals. KOLOFF -Requiem mass for Lena Koloff, age 63, 2516 2nd Ave. will be Friday, 11:30 a.m. at the Little Flower Church. Interment will be in Riverside Cemetery. Rosary will be recited Thursday, 8:30 p.m. at the Dahl-brown Funeral Chapel. Fun oral Ilonie Established in 1896 SILVERNAIL Funeral services for Harland Mann Silvernail of Denver, formerly of Billings will be held at Smith's Chapel Thursday morning at 10:00 o'clock. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. HENMAN Funeral services for Eugene L. Henman will be held at Smith's Chapel Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be until Friday at 1 o'clock. If friends so desire memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Church Of Christ, Billings. PRICE Funeral services for Dr. Charles Burl Price Sr. will be held at Smith's Chapel Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Interment will be in the Rogers Cemetery at Rogers Arkansas. If friends so desire memorials may be made to the American Heart Society, American Cancer Society, or to the Yellowstone Boys' Ranch. Attention Knights of Columbus Requiem High A Mass For sAUK JWk. JEROME OTT will be held at 9 JO a.m. Thursday al Holy Rosary Church Rosary will be recited at 8:00 p.m. Thursday at Dahl Brown Funeral Chapel. DWAYNE J. SCOTT Grand Knight MONUMENTS See the Actual Memorial You Buy! PRICES RIGHT BillingsMonumentCo Hazelton Bros. 3523 Montana Ph. 245-339 Established 1896 Open Man. thru Fri. 8:00 'til Noon Sat. Eve. and Sun. by Appointment ANNOUNCEMENT RATES 60c per line. 50c per line lor further mriM-ru five insertions same inpv Kiir arils of Thanks. 40c per line 28 lclleiN anil ui-in per line Capital letters count double Km announcements call 1 Kxl jh line 4 00 pm dav before except Sal unlay Saturday deadline. 30 pm Please chirk Your Ad! If vou finil an error in mm ail no tify us of such error and wc II correct Sot rv. but if the error conlinues alter lirsi of error, responsibility is vours Alderman Con Riedl would have killed the program at least theoretically. Rent supplement actually is covered under Billings' workable program and Asst. City Attorney Al Gunderson indicated there might not be a need for the resolution. Regardless of how the City Council voted on their resolution authorizing the rent supplement program, the program and the two contested housing projects would have continued. The resolution was passed before Billings had a certified workable program. Hultgren said that when he was an alderman, he voted for the rent supplement resolution and had the Council vote Monday night been a tie, he would have voted for the program again. Three Thefts Are Reported Ralph Geertz of 308 Custer Ave. reported to police Tuesday that someone had taken a disability check from the glove compartment of his car Monday. Richard Lotshaw of Yuma, Ariz, told police that while his car was parked at 100 5th St. someone entered it and took one radio and case and a cue stick. Arlene Averett, 214 7th St. reported a burglary at 142 Prick-ett Lane. The items stolen in cluded a table model radio and a tape recorder. Air Service this case. This would allow the sub -contracted air service to be guaranteed it would at least break even financially. Carlson explained Frontier is the first and only airline to have such a contract with APLA. All of the commuter services said they could possibly supply connections to the North Dakota cities of Williston, Minot, Dickinson and Bismarck. Dickinson presently has no air service. Terry Combs, president of Billings' Combs Airways, said his compnay is the only third level carrier operating in Montana. He emphasized that without a subsidy he could not guarantee service. He said he was presently operating at a loss. LOBLE pointed out MAC allows discontinuation only if the company shows it is operating at a loss. The company would be allowed to drop only those points which are not supporting the flights. Combs also suggested the participating cities could provide the subsidy locally. Jack Snyder, mayor of Willis-ton, said his city is not happy with Frontier's schedules but is satisfied with the service. He said he has no other alternative but to fight Frontier's withdrawal. Lyman Clayton, Wolf Point, chairman of the Northwest Plains Transportation Council, was in favor of forgetting about Frontier completely and concentrate on picking a replacement. "We'd better realize we're going to lose Frontier," he told the delegation. He explained negotiations with ALPA regarding the "no farm-out" clause could be made, but warned if the negotiations fell through the cities had better be ready to back one of the four commuter services. The fight against two housing projects under the rent supplement program was "an exercise in futility," Mayor Howard Hult-gren said Wednesday. He meant that even had the City Council voted down the rent supplement resolution, the two contested projects would have proceeded anyway. The fight never challenged the rent supplement program directly. All arguments involved the two housing projects, but a measure introduced by 4th Ward Billings Tonight Billings Jaycees 6:30 p.m. at House of Prime Ribs. Christian Service Brigade and Pioneer Girls 7 p.m. at Billings Bible Church. Civil Air Patrol 7 p.m. at Naval Reserve Center. YSA 7:30 p.m. at First Methodist Church. Tops Calorie Culprits 7:30 p.m. at Chamber of Commerce. Rimrock Lodge 149, AF AM 7:30 p.m. at Masonic Temple. Billings Duplicate Bridge Club 7:45 p.m. at Northern Hotel. Alcoholics Anonymous 8 p.m. at 204 Grand Ave. Eagles Auxiliary 8 p.m. at Eagles Hall. Loyal Order of Moose 8 p.m. at Moose Hall. Hoedowners Square Dance Club 8 p.m. at YWCA. EARLY THURSDAY Billings Lions Coub noon at Chamber of Commerce. Fight For will be awarded. No location has been set for the hearing. One of the big problems which kept recurring throughout the six hour meeting Tuesday was the possibility of no subsidy for the third level carrier. HENRY LOBLE, MAC's attorney, said he knew of no way a commuter airline could receive a subsidy. Only Apache Airways, according to its president, George Denbow could serve the cities without a subsidy. He said he was ready to begin service immediately. He hoped November 1 to be the starting date. Apparently, the other airlines could not break even without the subsidy. Loble told more than 80 persons at the meeting he had met with Montana's congressional delegation in Washington last week. The delegation, he said, gave him no "concete" answers, but agreed Frontier should not quit until a "reasonable" substitute is available. Frontier, Loble said, told CAP in July it was loosing "astronomical amounts of money" and couldn't continue all of its present flights without increased federal subsidy. Frontier singled out eastern Montana as an example of the poor response it was experiencing. A suggestion was made that Frontier should sub-contract service to the seven cities, but it was explained this was not possible because its contract with the Airline Pilots' Association (ALPA) has a clause which prohibits "farming out" service. THROUGHOUT the meeting suggestions were made to at-" tempt to negotiate, possibly with the help of Montana's congressional delegation, with APLA to make an exception in

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