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BELLINGS COUNTY PIONEER :~' PLANE VICTIM INSURED FOR $887,5001--The Civil Aeronau- tics board probe into the National airlines crash which killed 34 persons near Bolivia, N. C now centers around the af- fairs of Julian A. Frank, 32, shown with his wife in a re- cent snapshot. Frank, one of the victims, was insured for $887,500, with his wife Janet, formerly a model, as bene- ficiary. The Frank home ts in Westport, Conn. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY--Irish President Eamon de Valera, 77, and his wife, Sinead, 70, are shown as they celebrated their Golden (50th) Wedding anniversary ih Dublin Their six chil- drei and 16 grandchildren were on hand for the occasion. I ] TURN IT AROUND and it doesn't take any Atomic Energ-y]the Aral sea to that area southwest of Hawaii (left) can commission scientist to see the significance of the SOviet go from the Aral sea to the U. S. (right) in the other direc- long range missile test m the Pacific. What can go horn ,tion. Missile whooshed nearly 8.000 miles. (Central Press) INDIANS ASSURED NEEDED ASSISTANCE North Dakota reservation Indians have been assured of general as- sistance when needed throughout the winter months. Although the assurance was wel- Mountain area, 50 families in tbe On the basis of standards pre- New Town area and 50 families i~ sumed to be given to rese.'~,ation the Devils Lake-Fort Totten area Indians, this could amount to about who live outside the reservation one-quarter million dollars for but w.ho will probably nee0 heN: before the winter is over. care this winter. kVHA T A/L.~ I K, vo a/s P'ouR I L CO/~/NGr/-/E,e~. /NJUN I SlLVI / I I/0 HE'SSAGE FROI4 TONTO. /D LIK~ TO KNOW WHO UN7"IFD $1LV,~R- AND WHY./ PV~"LL L.EAVf.~ 7HE ~40~ EEf~ H~RE AND GO "THE RE$7- OF THE ON ,cOO 77. TOWNSMEN HAVE: FOLLOWED 51LVER "TO -I'HE LONE RAN~ER, KNOW ) H'IS7" Y 1~ HANP~, ,~ I S T~'R / .~ HOHENT I,ATEI~-" GETS A HEAD WITH TESTIMONY --Maz~e Anne Lidholm, the Swedish exchange student who was maid in the Finch home, demonstrates on attorney Grant Cooper her testi- mony of how Dr. Bernard Finch banged her head against the garage wall the night his wife Barbara was shot to death, an event the state claims Dr. Finch brought about Dr. Finch and his paramour co-defendant, Carole Tregoff, are shown in the Los Angeles courtroom with their attor- aeys, Cooper (left} and Rexford Eagan (third from left). USE OF 10405* Taxpayers who receive punch- card Forms 1040A are urged by Di- strict D~rector B. J. Rockwood of the internal revenue sez~cice to use them. He explained that the fol~ms actually disributed by the revenue service tbxough the mails direct to taxpayers already contain certain punched entries relating to statist- tcs determined in last year's returns of these same taxpayers, and it is desired to maintain such key in. formation intact. TAX MAN URGES O C~r~he mi~ ( us 7"o r/~ leAShED MAN AND A ~'~BE~ TO NR/.P/W$ IY, PO~B /-/E~, GO/N" /N7"/JH A M, WUr~/./NK/