Helena Independent Record 24 May 1929
S. s h i p m e n t s , slow, $4.00; fair, m a r k e t h l g h or; cases; 30Vic; lo 30c: storaKo packed extras, two sn to JOc; flno July, Traveling Man Loans Plane to Park Livingston, May 23.--Tt is not infrequent that a cily policeman will mandrcr an automobile to make a hurried trip somewhere, but for a cop to take possession of a visiting airplane for a trip to the clouds-well lhat's different. The visit of Kenneth Salisbury representing Snulsbury and Sattcrlcc Minneapolis f u r n i t u r e with a tip-top \Yaco airplane Tuesday nnd the travel of t h n t under the guiding hand of Policeman Martin Zollman proved the unusua in the history ol borrowing transportation. Of course O f f i c e r Zollman ask to borrow the plane, rather Traveling Man Sanlshury requested Policeman-Aviator Zollman to take the slick and pilot the plane in order that Mrs. George Wright, wife of traveling man's customer, might enjoy an air trip of an unusual day aviation. The Butte aviating talesman also proffered the me of his plane with Zollman as pilto for Mr. Wright the editor of The Enterprise, but reasons which they did not care divulge both declined to take the ride.