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February 11, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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February 11, 1960

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I BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAIL 'I IURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1960 e r yuurg~vL, ws A/,M Fred Heiser, Mrs. Heis~-~r ,Mr. and Mrs. Glen A@ams o[ The J. lL and 2 Cl~i.ldren have arrived from Beadh ~isi'ted Mrs Etl~a A@ams J~ck Brennan, USN, is spend- the past several mo,nths made Dlorida for a vis'i,t at the Conrad las, t S'unday. '~h ing a 30 day fu,rlough wi~ his a trip to Wyo. last weekend. H,~ 'Heiser home Mrs. Laura Foster er~tevtained~Jll0rt ~her Dave Brennan. He in ecru- was aeeompan,ied by his uncle ,Mr. and Mrs. Laudie Proc, v the Eanner Homem,akers Club at l~'ny wieh Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ori~ce LeDoux. Robert w'as fax,- visited at the home of Mr. and her home Wed. p.m. Mrs. Foseer R p "~rennan visited at the homes of orably irn'pressed with the cqi-Mrs. ~tan, ley Adams. recenLtly rotuxned frLo.m a trip e 01~ Don Short a Sen'a, te Comm'i'btee, eon.tribueed to his dl~'a~ge in plan,s. "I regret ~,~t being ~ble to be in tv o ~plJaces a,t the same time," Rep. Sh~t s' a'ted. "since both farm leff~ba-- ~ion and the C~arris0~ Diven~ion project are so vit~ to N. D." t } 1 9 IN GREATEST U. S. TRAGED If you picked up your paper tomorrow and read that disaster had wiped out the state of Kansas, killing 40,000 people, injuring every one of the state's 1,905299 population and causing a property and economic loss of about $4,000,000i000, it would be a national calamity. But when that disaster comes day by day--killing hundreds, injuring thousands every day, year in and year out--the impact is lost because it didn't happen all in a sudden flash. That however, is the annual toll of highway deaths and injuries and econom,c loss. 40,000 killed; 2,000,000 mlured; cost $4,000,000,000--in a single year. This greatest U. S. tragedy is caused mainly by reckless, speeding and drunken drivers, riding their super-powered cars over the natmn's highways and byways. Clear skies and straight dry roads are the setting for three out of four fatal accidents. Week-ends and holidays are the times of areatest danaer--highest casualty lists. Saturday is the most dangerous day". Drivers inan alcoholic haze are major factor in swelling the mount. ing death tall ' i :What can be done about it? Slo down I Thirteen states with speekl .e,-c: ' limi 50: "" SJoW yo K ame the casualty llat >,} . ::' SLOW O WN--LIVES An| I :'OUR HAN :.11 .: '( / C 7~" ': :'Y"t :,% t':, '- - ?.E NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF M~BEL F. CrODDAI%D. DECEAS- ED. Notice is hereby given by the un- de,signed, as Administrator with Will Annexed of the Estate of Mabel F, Goodard, I)~ceased, late of the city :of La Crescenea, in the county of L~ Angeles, state of California, to the creditors and all persons having claims against the Estate of said De- ceased, to exhibit them. with the nec~sary vouchers~ to the County Count of Billings County, North Da- kota. in the cilv of Medora. in said ~ounty and state, where such clainms ghall be filed within three months from the first publication of this NotiCe. Notice is further given that the Hen Alice Lebo, Judge of the County Court within and for said county and stat,e has by Order fixed the lOt~ day ef May 1,960. at the hour of 2 o'clock in the a~en~mn o~ sai~l day, at the Conrt l~oms, in the Court ,House in the city of Medora in said County and State as the time and place for hearing and adjusting all claims against the Estate of said Decedent which have been presented as h~erei nbefore provided, and all persons in, terested in said estate are required then and there to st~w cause why such claims should not he allowed, Dated January 24. 1960. Lawrenc, e O'Connell Lawrence O'Connell Admin:st ralo: with Annexed Lawrence O'Connell P. O. Box No. 973 Willis~on, North Dakota Will Attorney for Administrator with Will Annexed. First publication February 4. 1960. ~F~b. 4-11-3.8} , -J!i /i Blouse and Skirt coordinate in non- iron Arnel-Cotton check 10 to 16 $9.90 .a II o" r: