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Page 6 THE GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE Friday Morning, December 15, 1939 Woodmen Will Have Yule Program Dec, 26 Woodmen of the World of Great Falls camp 67 will have their annual Christmas program and party Dec. 26, when juniors will present a program. Santa Claus will give treats to the children. Later a dance and lunch for adults will be held. Charles Karst won a prize for an educational quiz conducted at the last meeting of. the Woodmen when A. J. Clack, consul commander, directed questions on Great Palls and its business institutions. An attendance prize was won by Mrs. T. W. Midkiff. Lunch was served. runMil Aft L ! .J J if--.. f 1 CRANBERRY MUFFINS t cup EatmorCranberrlaa li cap sugar ' 2 cups flour 4 teaspoons baking powder s, teaspoon salt 1 egg, beaten 1 cup milk 2 tablespoons melted butter Put cranberries through food chopper; sprinkle with half the sugar. Sift dry Ingredients with remaining sugar. Combine beaten egg, milk and melted butter; add to dry ingredients. Stir only until blended, then fold in cranberries. Bake inbuttered muffin pans in hot oren, 425 F., about 25 minutes. Immensely superior, a tnmenJout alvancm oper mors-orJfnory remedies soys Doctor. Spend 45 cents today at any good drug store for a bottla of Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture (triple acting), by far the largest selling cough medicine for coughs due to colds or bronchial irritations in all wintry Canada. Take a couple of doses feel its quick, powerful, pungent action spread thru throat, hesd and bronchial tubes. It acts quickly starts at once to loosen up thick, choking phlegm, soothe raw membranes make breathing easier. Contains no sugar so can be used by diabetics. Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture now on sale and made in America acts like a flash on coughs due to colds or bronchial irritations. Get Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture today. Over 10 million bottles told Rainbow Pharmacy Pay Less Drug Store For the Junior Crowd CHENILLE ROBES Trimmed with White Bunny Fur Fabric $3.95 In Heoveily Pink and Sky Blue Sizes 1 1 to 17 We Know the Young People Like Their PAJAMAS Made in Smart. Styles We have just a limited number left. $1.95 SCHOOL HOSE 2 Pair $1.00 j - - .... - n v i Cranberry Racist) f if- Booh. Write Amen- "Uf1 l J csnCrsnberry Ea- W . ft fy J change, Dept. 19, 11 X. R 90Wcst Broadway. Wpsm -"(riBT'ajPw:.'. A'sMaBMagaaasMBMaaBEtj,.. jibi 4g HIGHLY PRAISED FOR o on. TFrig7it Scores IV. Y. Solon's Annuity Plan A proposal by Senator Robert A. Wagnef of New York that the government sell annuities through post-offices is condemned by the Great Falls Life Underwriters association. George N. Wright Jr., president of the association, told members the senator's declaration that such an nuities could be sold at 30 percent below private rates was "bad eco nomics as well as bad politics." "Annuity rates are controlled by three factors." he said. "First, mortality, and the government would have no advantage here, not being able to influence mortality rates. "The second factor is interest earnings. Government annuity re serves would presumably be invested in government bonds, the return from which would be from 30 to 40 percent lower than the return which life companies earn on their total investments. Referring to the third factor, that of cost of acquiring the business. Wright said: "Assuming that the loss to the government of premium and other taxes and also the expense of administration and premium collections would be footed by the already overburdened taxpayer, the only additional savings to the gov ernment as contrasted to private en terprise would be the item of com missions, compensating the agent for his service at the time of the sale and throughout the lifetime of the annuitant, as well as service to bene ficiaries following the death of the annuitant. Over the average pre mium-paying period of annuities it is estimated these commissions would average considerably under 4 per cent, a far cry from 30 percent. "There is only one source from which the government could draw the other 26 percent of the 'savings' from the pockets of the public through taxation. And this is bad politics, for in effect the senator is suggesting the average man, who pays the great portion of the tax bill, shall subsidize through further taxes the the annuity buyer who is generally far above the average man as a wage earner. Miss Tait Returning For Holiday Visit Miss Mary Jane Tait, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tait of 1118 Fifth avenue north, will arrive Sunday morning from Greeley, Colo., where she is a sophomore at the Colorado College of Education, and will spend the holidays here with her parents, She is a member of Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary fraternity, and a member of the varsity debate squad Among debating trips on which Miss Tait will go during the winter spring season will be one to the na tional meet in Tennessee. Her social sorority is Theta Sigma Upsilon Miss Tait was graduated from the Great Falls high school in 1938. Past Chief s Club Has Holiday Party Mrs. Edith Shephard entertained the Past Chiefs club of the Pythian Sisters at their annual Christmas party. Bouquets of yellow chrysan themums, a Christmas tree and other holiday decorations were used in the Shephard home. Christmas stories were read, after which those present exchanged gifts. Lunch was served. The table was decorated in a red and green color scheme and lighted by red candles. There were 21 present. Christmas Party Silverleaf circle 35, Neighbors of Woodcraft, will give its annual Christmas party for children of all members and for children in the juvenile circle Saturday afternoon, The party will be at 2 In the Elks lower hall. Games are to be played and a treat of candy and nuts is planned. Returns Today Mary Beth Weimer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Weimer, Smelter hill, will return today from Stanford university to spend the holidays with her parents. 620 Central (XX 7 Visit Ends KENNETH A. McGIVERN Seaman, first class on the U. S. S. Idaho, left Wednesday for Bremerton, Wash., after spending a month here visiting: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McGivern, 1225 Sixth avenue south. Upon his return lo the navy, McGivern will join the Asiatic fleet, now in Chinese waters. Former Great Falls . Girl and Husband Guests at Reception Mr. and Mrs. Minor Brown were guests at a shower and reception given Wednesday evening by a group of Deer Lodge young people, who entertained at the home of Ernest Peterson of Deer Lodge. Mrs. Brown, recent bride, formerly was Miss Mildred Berhow of Great Falls. A number of gifts were presented the couple. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. There were about 45 present. Rotarians and Wives Plan Holiday Party On Saturday Evening Rotarians and their wives will have their annual holiday party Saturday evening in the palm room of Hotel Rainbow, where dinner will be served at 7 and there will be dancing until 11:30. Guests will be seated at tables around the rooms, leaving the center for dancing. Special entertainment will include a floor show. L. W. Upshaw and Charles B. Anderson are in charge of entertainment and A. E. Farmer is in charge of special decorations. Will Review Book Mrs, Fred Kaufman will review the book, "Benjamin Franklin," by Carl van Doren, before the Travel club Thursday morning at 10 at the Y. M. C. A. A paper,-"Oh Say Do You Know," will - be presented by Mrs. C. E. Hubbard. Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Frank C. Fogarty . entertained Thursday afternoon -at a bridge luncheon, the fourth in a series, at her home, 2616 First avenue north There were 12 guests. Mrs, Siniff Is Hostess Mrs. L. S. Siniff entertained at a dinner Thursday evening at Gron lund's cafe for eight guests. Emil Sick Comes Here For Brewers' Meeting Emil Sick, president of Great Falls Breweries, Inc., and head of a number of other breweries in the northwest as well as owner of the Seattle Rainiers of the Pacific Coast Baseball league, arrived here by plane Thursday to attend a meeU ing of the directors of the local brewery and to confer with distribu tors of the company product. Ac companying Sick is Ben Paris, proprietor of a sporting goods store in Seattle. They will return to Seattle Saturday. Jury Is Out A United States district court Jury was considering here Thursday night the government's conspiracy indict ment against the National Construe tion Co., Herman C. Erling and C. J Erling. The case went to the jury late Thursday afternoon. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thia Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief Man; lufferen relieva nagging barkacb quickly, ones they discover that tba real caua of their trouble may bt tired kidneya. Tba kidneys are Nature's chief way of taking the eiceaa acids and waste out of the blood. Thy help moat people pans about 3 pint a day When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic paina, leg pains, loss of pep and enerey, getting up nights, swelling;, puftinma under the eyes, head aches and dissiness. rre quent or scanty pas- sngps with smarting and burning sometimes hows there is something wrong with you; kidneys or bladder. Don't waitl Ak your drueslst tor Doan's Pills, ued aucressfully by millions for over 40 years. Tbey give bappy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes fluoh out poisonous waste from your blood. Get Doan a Fills. ATTEND THE BIG DANCE Given by the Black Eagle Civic Club At flue ABM f site Featuring Kay Kayhill at the Hammond Organ With Buck and Walt Singing and Playing GENERAL ADMISSION 25c ! Revised Wheat Certificate Setup Urged ST. PAUL, De 14. (?) Secretary of Agriculture Wallace and Senator Burton K. Wheeler, speaking on the same platform, tonight told a Farmers Union convention that a proposal to finance wheat-growers' benefits through a system of certificates would help assure producers of a fair income. They agreed, also, that financing of the federal farm program should be put on a permanent basis, without the need of repeated congressional appropriations. The certificate bill, they said, would help do this for wheat. Wallace explained that the plan would, "in effect, achieve the economic benefits of the old processing tax, but in a simplified manner." Under one plan, he said, co-operating farmers would be given certificates worth a certain number of cents for each bushel of wheat pro duced. Wheat processors would be required to buy certificates, which probably would be handled through a pool, for all wheat processed for consumption in the United States. This legislation, said Wheeler, who spoke immediately after Wal lace, "would not be a panacea. It would not solve the farm problem. It would offer some protection against the ravages of drouth and bad years." Turning to the reciprocal trade agreements, the secretary suggested that, if it developed that the agreements benefited the nation as a whole at the expense of any certain group Tithin it, "then it would be only fair and right for the nation as a whole to take measures to offset such cost." He explained that one possible method of offsetting the cost might be in adjustment of transportation rates to give, for example, farmers in the midwest transportation equality with South American producers hi the eastern seaboard market. The' reciprocal trade agreement program, which will expire next June unless extended by congress, benefited American agriculture as a whole before the European war,, but the world trade picture is "drasti cally changed" now Wallace said. Judge Frees Man Held for Stealing From Slot Machine BASIN. Wyo., Dec. 14. (P) A denunciation of slot machines was issued here today by Judge P. W. Metz in dismissing charges of breaking and . entering against Dewey Joseph Finch of - Bozeman, Mont. Finch was arrested Dec. 5 when a night watchman in aBasin saloon allegedly caught him breaking a 25-cent slot machine in the saloon. In dismissing the case, Judge Metz said he would refuse to send any man to the penitentiary on such a charge. "It is unlawful to own and operate slot machines in the state of Wyoming, and I feel a slot machine owner is a bigger criminal than criminals trying to steal money from them." Here From Helena United States Marshal E. E. Lei- berg is here from Helena in connection with the federal court ses sion. He expects to be here several days. Panama's Guardian i f 1 Here is one of the lG-inch guns that form part of the defense system of the Panama Canal, with part of its crew of more than 30 men. The United States has installed a large number of these guns at strategic points on the isthmus, but their location is a closely guarded secret. (Central Press), $ f Y Mr. Santa Claus Beard to Match MARSHALL, Mo:, Dec. 14. Santa Claus is growing a beard. You thought he already had one? Well, that's true of the fictional Santa, but it hasn't been true of Mr. Santa Claus that's his real name of Marshall, Mo. For years he's been trying in his own way to live up to the meaning of the name given him, he says, by a father with a sense of humor but he has remained clean shaven. This year, though, friends per suaded Marshall's Santa to try to look the part. When his beard is grown, he'll whiten the whiskers, don a red and white suit and be a realistic Santa for the town. Eleven months a year, Mr. Claus divides his time between his plumbing trade and his Christian calling as pastor of the local Church of God. Much of the time in recent years he's had to depend on, the WPA to supplement his meager earnings. But business has been better this year and Santa has had a legular job with a plumbing shop. In December, however, Mr. Claus spends most of his time answering letters. Providing for five boys (none named Santa) and two girls of his own doesn't leave him any money left to buy presents for the thou sands of anxious youngsters who write him annually. But he can an swer letters with that intriguing signature, "Santa Claus," and he does. He has to depend on charitable friends to help him buy the stamps. It requires quite a few to answer 6,000 letters his annual average but he keeps writing as long as the stamp money holds out. There have been times in recent years when he cut short the Christmas pleasures of his own family to answer more letters. The missives from hopeful kiddies started coming this year before the first Thanksgiving. His mail grows heavier daily. Santa is unhappy that some nations will be at war this Christmas but hopes that the United States can stay out that "peace on earth" can remain this nation's Christmas motto. With a war in progress, he believes more attention should be paid to toys given youngsters. He doesn't believe they should be given guns to play with war or no war. "It would be a wise idea to get their minds away from guns," Santa says. "It's not so much the war I'm thinking of, but holdups and things of that sort. Kids will be kids, and war toys will be used all in play now but they might reflect on their later lives." James Zafiris Heads Order of Ahepa Here James Zafiris, has been elected president of Great Falls chapter 229, Order of Ahepa. He succeeds Thomas Bastas and will be installed Jan. 10. Other officers elected are George Manos, vice president; William Spi- ros, secretary, and Theodore Hasab-alis, treasurer. Bastas. retiring president, will be come chairman of the board of governors. Those named as governors include Nicholas Luru, Louis Kour-akos. Peter Karabalis and George Kordopatis. Mahan Promotes 2 State Guardsmen HELENA, Dec. 14. iA) Brig. Gen. John W. Mahan, adjutant general of the Montana national guard, today announced two promotion In the guard personnel. Capt. Fred A. Lange of Helena was advar.-d to colonel, attached to the state staff. Private James L. Cooling, for merly a secord lieutenant of com pany I, Great Falls, was made a first lieutenant and assigned to the finance department and the state staff. U. S. Court to Start Civil Cases Today Trial of civil cases on the calendar of Judge Charles N. Pray in the United States district court here will begin this morning with the suit of James Donovan of Los Angeles against Dr. H. W. Bateman of Choteau. Donovan, Montana attorney general in the early days of statehood, is suing for $10,000 which he claims he was damaged through the alleged failure of Bateman to redeem for him a tract of land in the Sun river valley, attorneys explained. Bateman is senator from Teton county. Telephones Increase CUT BANK. Dec. 14. (Special) Cut Bank has a total of 453 telephones paying revenue, according to Ida Peterson, local manager for the Mountain States Telephone Co. This is an increase during the year of 77 phones as compared with 45 phones increase in 1938. Panama has neither army nor navy, but the republic becomes automatically at war with any nation toward which the United States is a belligerent, because of thei strategic importance of the canal. ow to Make a Splendid Cough Remedy at Home A Big Saving, and It's So Easy! No Cooking! Cough medicines usually contain a large quantity of sugar sjruj a good ingredient, but one which you can easily make at home. Take 2 cups of granulated sugar and 1 cup of water, and stir a few moments until dissolved. No cooking! No trouble at all. Then get from your druggist ounces of Pinex, pour it into a pint bottle, and add your syrup. This gives you a full pint of truly wonderful medicine for coughs due to colds. It makes a real aavis for you, because it gives of Marshall, Mo.9 Growing That of Fictional St. Nick Mr. Claus hears from one of his 6,000 Mrs. Fredericka Nolde Dies in Hospital Here Following Long Illness j Mrs. Fredericka L. Nolde, 69, of 1307 First avenue south, 49 years a resident of Cascade county, died Thursday evening at a local hospital following a long period of ill health. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 in the rose room at Croxford's mortuary, the Rev. E. A. Huber officiating. Burial will be in the family plot in Highland cemetery. Friends may call at the sun room at the mortuary from 6 this evening until the time of burial. . Mrs. Nolde was born Aug. 31, 1870, in Germany. She lived in the United States 57 years. Her husband, Charles J. Nolde. died in 1919. She is survived by 10 children. They are Frank C. Nolde, Los Angeles; Henry G. Nolde. Seattle, and Fred W. Nolde, Walter E. Nolde, Otto A. Nolde, Charles T. Nolde, Chris M. Nolde, Roy E. Nolde. Mrs. Joseph Pilgeram and Mrs. E. R. Kinison, all of Great Falls. Men Sentenced Here By Federal Court Taken to Prison Deputy United States marshals left here Thursday morning for coast points with prisoners sentenced dur ing the present term of federal court. William A. Barr, convicted of selling beer to Indians at the Barr tavern west of Glacier Park station, is on his way to the work camp at Fort Lewis, Wash. He has seven months to serve. George Wilbur (Mickey) Smith quarterbreed Indian sentenced to 40 years for a statutory crime against a 12-year-old Indian girl at Brown ing, is being taken to McNeil Island prison in Washington state. Thomas Villerreal, a Great Falls Mexican in whose trunk police officers found marijuana and a counterfeiting mold, is enroute to the Terminal Island federal jail near Los Angeles. His sentences total 22 months. Barr, Smith and Villerreal were convicted by juries. Most of those who received sentences at this term of court pleaded guilty. Flathead Game Survey KALISPELL, Dec. 14. (Special) A big game and forage survey in the South Fork river drainage area will be made again this year by the Flathead national forest, it was announced by Supervisor J. C. Urqu-hart. Similar surveys have been conducted for the past several years and have contributed materially to data on big game problems in the national forest. It is expected that the men making the survey will leave here the latter part of January and that the survey will extend over a period of four or five weeks. GIFT SPECIALS! Reduced Prices On U SCAEFS AND CIISICERS J tMCC you about four times as much for your money. It lasts a long time, never spoils, end children love it. This is actually a surprisingly effective, quick-acting cough remedy. Promptly, you feel it taking hold. It loosens the phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes and makes breathing easy. You've never seen anything better for prompt and pleasin? results. Tinex is a compound containing Nor way Pine and palatable guaiacol. in concentrated form, a most reliable soothing agent for throat and bronchial membranes. Money refunded if it doesn't please yon ia every way. :' '' s-v-. lac. correspondents. Damage Action Is Dismissed on Counsel Agreement The $5,231 damage action of C. Dimzoff against Louis J. McDonald, local contractor, was dismissed in district court by stipulation of counsel. The case was scheduled for jury trial Monday. June 7, 1938. according to the complaint, Dimzoff was employed by McDonald on removal of a building at Seventh street and Central avenue. While operating a truck, Dimzoff had an accident. He alleged that McDonald had not elected to pay compensation or come under the provisions of the state workmen's compensation act. Dimzoff asked $5,000 for injuries and $231 for costs of medical and hospital care. France has a coastline of 1,760 miles, 1.300 on the Atlantic and 456 on the Mediterranean. 10 LIKE EVERY GIRL I NEVER ANY MORE TO KNOW ABOUT GETTING THE SIMPLE. LIFELESS EASY WAY I'VE FOUND TO KEEP MY COMPLEXION LOVELY! , YOU SEE. PALMOLIVE IS MADE WITH OLIVE AND PALM OILS. NATURE'S FINEST BEAUTY AIDS THAT'S WHY ITS LATHER IS SO DIFFERENT, SO GOOD FOR DRY. LIFELESS SKIN! IT CLEANSES SO THOROUGHLY YET SO GENTLY THAT IT LEAVES r SKIN SOFT AND COMPLEXIONS I I NEW ALL PURPOSE CLEANER - A Complete Room Cleaning Service in One Unit As a result of housewives' demands G-E has developed a new all purpose cleaner with a high powered 500-watt motor, telescope bag for larger filtering service . . . foot switch and a complete set of accessories for quick, easy and complete room cleaning. 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