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Johnny Kemp Chosen Easter Seal Boy John Daniel Kemp, 10, the 1960 National Easter Seal Boy, is shown with his grandfather, John B. Kemp of Wall Point, Mont. (left) and his father, John Bernard Kemp of Bis- merck. Johnny wiI1 lead the 1960 Easter i Seal Appeal which begins March 17 and ends on Easter Sunday. Johnny 'was chosen beca.use he wpifies crippled children wno are combined help of private ann public striving fo ruseful lives with the agencies, medicine and therapeutic professions. He was born with arms that end- ed above the elbows, a left leg end- ing above the knee mad a right leg ending just below the knee. His mother died when he was just 18 months old. Thanks to a remarkable adjust- ment, Ke is able to pursue most ac- tivities of boys of his age, including Scouting, sports and a paper route. For some years, Johnny has been under the care of Dr. Paul L. John- .~n of Bismarck who performed surgery on the youngster's arm in 1955. Dr. Johnson is an orthopedic surgeon, a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, medical director of the North Da- kota State Crippled Children's Ser- vices and chairman of the medical advisory committee of the North Da- kota Society for Crippled Children and Adults. Dr. Johnson says: "In my opinion, the selection of Johnny Kemp as National Easter Seal Child is an excellent choice. I consider him an outstanding example of what medi- cal care and treatment can do for a handicapped individual. 1 also consider him an outstanding ex- ample of a handicapped individual's adjustment to society." William E. Unti, executive direc- tor of the North Dakota Society for Crippled Children and Adults. as- signed his director of Home and Community Service, Miss Edna Cusack, to visit the Kemp home shortly after the family moved to al aar . On her recommendation, Johnny spent six weeks ha 1957 at Camp Grassick, the Elks Easter Seal Camp for Crippled Children, at Lake Is- abel, five miles south of Dawson, North Dakota. Here Johnny received physical therapy, training on the further use of his prothesis, instruction in swimming, and other sports and participation in a variety of crafts, as well as a~l of the recreational ad- vantages offered by the canip. Among other sport and recrea- tional interests, Johnny kicks a foot- f~$ A M ORO--House Speaker Sam Rayburn, the Texas Democrat who has been a House member nearly 47 yearn, longer than anyone in history, cuts his 78th birthday cake at the Women's Democratic club ha Washington. "At left is Mrs. Dale Miller, wife of the Washington representative of the Dallas Chamber of Commerce, who gave the party. Farmers and Ranchers I Anne's Catholic Parochial School and is a B-plus student. Sister Mary Bertha, principal of St. Anne's F. A. WUchalenko Directors of the Farmers an Ranchers Life Insurance Co. of Bis- marck have elected the following off] cers: P. A. Michalenko, Butte, chair- man of the board; E. M. McCurdy, Bismarck, president; T. L. Christian- son, Mayville, vice-president; F. Elmer Foutz, Minot, secretary-trea E. M. McCurdy surer; Florence M. Graham, Bis- narck, assistant secretary and Karen .Rene', Bismarck, assistant secretary. Farmers and Ranchers Life In- surance Co a North Dakota own- led company, received its certificate of authority to engage in the in- surance business in North Dakota and Johnny's teacher when he was in the third grade, says: "Johnny wants to be treated the same as any other student and ex- pects no special favors. He has a quick mind, and is a much better student than the average pupil in his class. He knows what he can and can't do and readily admits it. He is a well-adjusted pupil and I am amazed how a child with his handicaps accepts his lot so cheer- fully and whole heartedly. "If he continues to make the ef- fort he has made thus fat', I feel that he will be able to fight his own battles through life. He can be educated along lines which willI allow him to use his head rather than his hands. He should be able to accept some executive p }siti:m. Of course, this will depend on the adjustments he makes as nc gets older." North Dakota' Greatest Farm Coverage --- Gels Results BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word first insertion--no ad less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL Qnd ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandan Street BISMARCK, N. D. Personal 3S CARE FOR UNMARRIED MO'P~ Florence Crtttenton Home 111 18th St south, Fargo, North Dakota. Writs ~uperentendent for information. All In- quiries confidential. HELP FOR UNMARRIED MOTWE~ s eoun,el and nurctn~ esre. Writ~ Hm,c of Mercy. 1505 Sth Avenu~ .~vth. F*~ ~, ~nrth Dakota. All ino~llrlel eo~ id~r~'it! ,oflce 29 LARGEST wholesals supply in U 9 Furniture, clothing, appliances, auto* and necessaries, farm equipment, tools According to Sister Mary Car- melle, his present fifth grade teach- For Sale 8 er, Johnny shows special interest in l:or Sale: Two Pin~to horses, 8 and science and is an excellent read-9 v~ t ,s old. W'ell broke. I,~our are er. Despite his handicap, he has well broke to work. Albert R. Plea- always attended regular school. He ninm Phone 5494. itebron, N. Dak. 32 -33 went to kindergarten at Richh~lt public school in Bismarck and also l~',r Sal,: 15ii tons ~ood tlpland ha}', ISt ami 2nd cott ng alfalfa, 2nd tilt- took his first and second gradesat tin~ih.d ~ lover, I~;romus 1200 bales that school. ,).I~ straw, bah. ~levator and help @ furllishod, s,m,~ h:,y located at Moor- IIIGHWAY DEPARTMENT SIGNS h,ad, anll (?rookstol~, Minn. Otto Hal- RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT men, tiaras'e, 'N. link. }-'hone 544. ;12 A five-state reciprocity agree- Farms For Sale 2 ment for interstate truck travel has housewnres, new products, Imports been signed by the North Dakota I.'or Sal : .180-a('r(. farm, new m( tern t~r~e dot,~q*~ Ass,~clat.ed XVholeaalers house. 400 acres tillahle land. Leon- Box 206~-BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa. 8tf hiRhway department, ar, l Jacobson, l,:dgeleY, N. Dak. Phone Highway Commissioner A. W. to:t,~ 32 LEAt~.N AUCTIONEERING, TERM Wentz has announced that agree- - S,)ON Free Catalog" 27 Years ,'or S;li(': })|;(}-;l('l'#' ~l'aill lind stock ~Vor/ds Lar~'est School Mason City meats have been forma/ly adopted farm. l,ar~c barns, :HI woven wire 25, Iowa. 27-37 between North Dakota and South f,mced $5~.00 acre, Also many other Dakota, ~VIor~tanai Oregon and farms. ('ont~,ct Courtney Heal Estate. Oakes. N. Dak. 32-33 Washington. The agreements cover the 1960 registration pediod. Whenz said. The states of Montana, Oregon and Washington have been oper- ating during 1959 under an agree- ment similar to the one adopted this week. South Dakota is the new- ly added state for 1960. According to Wentz, the new aS- reement among the five states goes into effect Jan. 1, 1960 and provides alternate methods by which truck~ Dall from a kinking tee, twirls two licensed in one state may legally hula hoops at the same time and travel in any of the other states in- plays basketball, badminton, check- eluded in the agreement. ers and marbles. He is not content Here are the two major alter- to stand on the sidelines and be a natives for interstate travel. mere spectator but wants to be tight 1.) Uniform pro-rationing, under in there participating. He plays which vehicles with three or more fair and is a good sport when his axles, may operate in all five states team loses, by paying the pro-rate share of Johnny is in the fifth grade at St. each state's license fee. %ased on the actual miles traveled m each state. 2.) Any vehicle with three or more axles may travel in any of the five states by paying mile tax or a trip permit fee. The Comissioner said any vehicle with three or more axles may ope- rate on art "intra-state" basis by paying the full in-force license fee in each state where such operation is desired. A further provision of the agree- ment grants full reciprocity to all two-axle vehicles traveling within the five states. Wentz asks that any interested pe~s 0ontact the department's truck regulatory section on the 17th floor of the Capital for any add. itional information required. --/2-- FUEL TAX ASSIGNMENT PROVES BENEFICIAL The effect of Senate Bill 115 authorizing assignment of refunds for fuel ,~.~d in agriculture to the dealer has proved quite beneficial, according to State Auditor Curtis Olsen. The new law permits farmers to assign their agricultural refund for fuel Used to the dealer who in turn, may apply the assignment as csedit against his tax bill. The benefit is primarily because neither party has money tied up in tax payments that will be re- funded later on, Olson explained. For instance, he added, the farmer who btws 500 gallons of tractor fuel may assign his tax refund to the bulk plant dealer. The dealer attaches the assignment to his tax payment and receives credit from the State Auditor ffor the amount of the assignment. In this way, the dealer does not pay the t~x before getting paid himself by tl~e farmer F. Elmer Foutz Elects Officers Hay For Sale 35 About 2 seml-trailer loads good up- l:md hay. 75(' a square bale or $2500 Ill,r" ~on. ( '~tll ('()-SgSI I. Cavalier. N. I m k. 32-33 Wanted To'Buy 22 W'anted to huY: Used row crop tractors lit(' H's - M's John I)cere A's Fords (tuipmor~I. State Year condition ~nd in'ice. Pilone or write: Phoue Wood- l~n(l 2-3405 Joe Merkel. Fordyee, Ncbr. Work Wanted 30 V ork Wanted: ~%vh or fill'Ill work, married no children separate house. Write Box 403, Rirhardton. N Dak. 32 Help Wanted 24 .~nrried couple to work on Grade "A" dairy farm, year around work, ~'o room furn [shed apartment. David Woodward. Hawley, Minn. Phone 7768 Brick -'s beautiful and ever- lat ing, economical to build with and free from mainl nance costs. Provides beCtoP resole value and will make your house o dream homo. Hebron CO. THE CHOICE OF THOUSANDS HAS ALL THESE FEATURES: IBeautiful aluminum exterior [ with Dupont' s baked emtmel [ Lucite, backed with rigid insu- lation/ The greatest siding de-I velopment i. years / Care-free, I heaw', 10% S.lall e rtra~ cost. . Pro-stained double coursed ce- dar shakes or lap siding. All oak interiors Fuel.saving triple insulation Wide overhanging eaves ChOice of gable or hip roofs Completely weatherstripped Expert architectural service Pro-engineered heating and plumbing, custom kitchens , Big window variety Pro-installed storms and screens PLUS lO0's MORE SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS "['HE CAPP*HOkME PURCHASE PLAN tha purchace plan wi~h S I~rll Prices from DELIVERED FREE AND CUSTOM BUILT ON YOUR LOT AND FOUNDATION ANYWHERE - . FREIOHT PAID CAPP-HOMES 1143 Dopant North, Dept. 7 Minneapolis 11, Minnesota Your representative is L. w. Niel sen. 1000 17th St, N. W Minot, Phone TE 5.3~'1 IJoe Amondson 1901 7th. St. N Far. ]i go, Phone Adams 2-2364 [ B 700 stockholders throughout the state. President E. M. McCurdy stated that the company's home offices in the Hart building at Third and Main have been remodeled and that the company will*be writ!rig Dec. 14, 1959. The company has over' insurance within a few days. and the farmer does not pay the tax and then wait for his refund. It ehminates a lot of book work and saves a tremendous amount of re- fund check writing, Olson pointed out. House Bill 740 exempting diesel fuel used for farm purposes from tax has also resulted in big savings to the taxpayer. Again, Olson said, FREDRICKSON ORTHOPEDICS, INC ArtlfleI~l Limbs - Stump 8ock~ Walkers - Wheel Chairs Repairs of All makes of Llml~ lq~0 4th Ave. N. ADams 5-5~4"/ Fargo, N. D. Complete Dispersion Sale- 48 register- ed Suffolk ewes and lambs due to lamb March 1st. O. L. Adams. Steelo. N. Dak Phone Patrfax 7-6597 31-,~3 Sunny I'(ingman. Arizona. Level lots, $95. full price, $5 down 55 monthly, minimum 2 lots: near fishing, hunt- ing. ]3ox 4217 Annex. Las Vegas, Nevada. 31-31 Will P~tail or Wholesale ,t-1957 & 1- 1958 Ford F600 Vg 2 ton Tractors. as big as we could build them, 5 Speed medium duty transmissions with heavy duty 2 speed rear ends. sliding 5th wheel, 60 gallon saddles, brake kit, teachometer, power steering, custom cabs, big generators, springs, engine, fan & etc. Good tires: 8~5 x 20 fronts & 900-20 rears. R. M Stoudt. me, Ford-Mercury, Jamestown, N. Dak. 32-33 Attention: We are taking Order~ for calfhood vaccinated springer cows and heifers that are due to freshen soon Mostly Holstein and Guernsey and milking Shorthorns, All other classes of livestock. Have been in dairy business for 25 years or more, Floyd Anderson. :Box 62~, Pine City, Minn. Phone 245 32-~3 $I.000 Monthly-reported selling fire. proofed safes to farmers, home own- ers. Full part-time. Hamilton Safe Co. Belott. Wise. 32 Battery Reviver. $3.00 per doz.en, post paid for 12 batteries g or 12 volts, ~uaranteed. McC'ee Products. Green Forest. Ark. 32-33 Male Help Wanted 25 Registered Pharmacists ~outact LarlT f~rovc n. F]astga t e Drug Co,Inc, W:,lla %Valla Washington 31-3~ For Sale Or Trade 18 For Sah or Trade: /tardware business in best farming community in Red River Valley, Hendrum, ,",finn. 2S miles N,)rth of Moorhead. will also trade for machinery. Ted Ziegler, Parley, Minn. 31-g~ Seed And Feed 5 "For S:de: Surplus wheat straw. Vol- nine prices $10 - $16 Northern Stra- mit Co. Devils Lake, N. Oak. 32-:13 Ptamsey Durul~-For Sale-Certified Blue Tag. 99.5% purity. Gert~ination 88%. Dan Wenzel. dial CI, 6734~. t0 mil* ~ ~ast of Langdou. Osm~brock. N. Dak. 32 Farm Equipment 4 For Stile: One each McDeering WD-9 Diesel and W~ gas tractors. Good condition. Make an offer. John Ga ~- mann, Valley City. N. Dak. Phone 59] S2-33 North Dakota Newspaper As~ Bismarck, N, Dak. tP~ 32 AGES 17 to 48 TRAINING CENTER Dept. Co 3255 Hennepin S. Minneapolis 8, Mir~oto l~rss Phl~ce s~d Informatt~ ~ HEAVY EQUIPMENT SURVEYING [] DRAFrlNe ENQINEERINO DRAWIN~ AIRLINE CAREERS ~ RAILROAD CAREERS JET EN~INI TRAININO (check your choice} Nc~ Phone &-* Addres~ Tewn County~State--.-----. Canadion Camthotch No. CT-233 Wheot Avoiloble DEVELOPED BY CANADIAN EXPERIMENT STATION AND RELEASED FALL OF 1959 Mlnot Experiment Station 1958 Yield 1959 Yield Camthatch 5Z bu. ~$.3 bu. Selkirk 46.6 bu. 27.5 bu. Lee 27 bu. Cam~h~tch Is stem resistant and a bred quallty between Corn- stock and Conley. Looks like good wheat for straight combining. Write for more informatlon and quantity prlces. HOWARD HENRY, WESTHOPE, NORTH DAKOTA