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the bumper of the Whippet sedan, thereby causing the latter car to be overturned and wrecked. Mrs. Starr further asserts that she suffered permanent Injuries, including shock to her nervous system and injuries to her knee, stomach and liver. . Alleging negligence on the part of the defendant, Mrs. Starr asks $15.-000 for her lnjurfes. $255 for costs of medical and hospital services and $150 damages to the automobile that she was driving. Aerial Passengers Try Longer Flights During Last Year During 1934, the average air pas senger flight was of a greater distance than during 1933, according to annual figures released by National Parks Airways, Inc. Over the Salt Lake to Great Falls route, a distance of 517 air miles, each passenger purchased a flight of over 250 miles In 1934, compared, with 1933 average flight of less than 200 miles. Nearly two million pieces of mall were carried over the National Parks airways route during 1934, according to the report. Important development or 1334 Included the designation of Idaho Falls as a regular stop on the National Parks airways line and the acquisition of twin-motored Boeing 247" equipment for operation between Salt Lake City, Ogdeii. Poca-tello. Idaho Falls, Butte, Helena, and Great Falls, thus providing air service for the lntermountaln states comparable to the finest available. Airways Passenger Traffic Increases During Last Month National Parks Airways. Inc.. carried more passengers and more mail last month than during any previous February since Its organization, according to reports Issued from traffic headquarters of the company at Sait Lake City. Carrying over 40 percent more passengers during February of this year than during February of 1934, the records show this year's mark to be nearly 16 percent higher than the previous peak made lu February 1933. Showing a heavy Increase over February 1934, during part of which month mall was not carried. National Parks Airways carried r.early 200.000 pieces of air mall during February of this year, an increase of 4 percent over the same month of 1930, previous high period. In addition, a 20 percent increase in air express weight during February or this year over the same month a year ago was shown in the report Treasurer's Staff Appointments Are Filed With Clerk Appointments of members cf the staff of County Treasurer M. T. Llr.nane were Friday filed in the office of County Clerk E. II. Carr by the treasurer. The appointments filed are the fol lowing:- E. L. Carver, chief deputy

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  1. Great Falls Tribune,
  2. 10 Mar 1935, Sun,
  3. Page 10

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