From the March 8, 1940 News Record:
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Export-Import Bank today granted war-torn China an additional $20,000,000 non-military loan in the face of unofficial warnings from Japan that “further U. S. oppression” might induce retaliatory measures. The loan brings to $45,000,000 the total advanced to China since the Japanese invasion began, it was announced by Federal Loan Administrator Jesse Jones after he conferred with President Roosevelt. On Saturday, the bank granted an additional $20,000,000 to Finland which previously had borrowed $10,000,000.
From the March 9, 1950 News Record:
Final rites will be March 10 at Terry, Mont., for Tommy McMillan, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren McMillan, who drowned Saturday evening in a creek on their ranch near Terry. Tommy was reported to have been absent from the ranch home for a few minutes when he was first missed Saturday evening. Darkness prevented a thorough search Saturday night. Searchers continued until the body was found about a half mile from the house Tuesday morning.
From the March 24, 1960 News Record:
Keith Berry, son of Mrs. Nellie Knapp, both former Gillette residents who live in Washington, D.C., was reported to have been instrumental in saving several old people and invalids in a fire in the nation’s capital city. Berry was said to have been on duty when he discovered the fire which broke out on the fifth floor of the Hotel 2400 at about 3 a.m. March 6. He suffered burns while aiding the invalid residents from the hotel. An article in the Washington Post referred to the “three alarm fire” in which one crippled women was burned to death and another was critically burned. The remainder of the people in the hotel seemed to have escaped injury due to the early warning and rescue.