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March 31, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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March 31, 1960

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Home ~,L 882 men and women were trainedII S. senator. Capt Ed Anderson. Fargo: youth,HERDA recentAVERAGEreport onUP' past his yearlings ore penned in an out- rsing omo M. o, oo o, a If Red Cross is to continue this zona. chairman of the Republican anq J. ~. ~onnony. fargo: lyears of Dairy Herd ~ml:n-ovement system. ~Plav Vital ~-'-R~.I broad program of providing nuts.]senate carapa!gn, committee. ~,I] Fire prevention W. T. Stewart, IAssn. membership In North Dak- Second in "improv~ael%," hon- s 0 e ,o~ and health resources and train- spea~: wiay tSth in wanpeton at a Fargo. and Art Klimpel. Minot: ear-iota was completed recently by the ors goes to George Vallier, Oberon. / . . . ing families to care for themselves! GOP hmcheon and in Fargo that onautics and civil defense -- Noel! NDAC extension da-~.v~vman. It con- His herd average increased 143 ~,: ::ty::rthN~:rtheDak?tfeg::toel]" and their neighbors in time of ac- night. Tharalson and Harold Vavra. Bis- tains information or the merits of punds of buVterfat and 133 pounds cident, disaster, or national calam- Rcp Charles A. ttalleck of In- rnarck: publicity --f Upham: gen-Idairy herd test~ing which should of milk per cow. ~d as volunteers witi~ the American ity, Eagles emphasized, then the diana and Sen. Thruston B, Morton eral planning GI1 M~,wers. Far~o:1 interest all dairymen" Two other herds made more Red Cross to provide constant train- total goal set for funds in 1960 must of Kehtuckv, Republican nationalconference planning -- Elton Skar-.l Seventeen North Dakota da'rly- than. 100-pounds butterfa~ increase ing and emergency care in case of be met. Communities expect and chairman, are also to make Northperud, Grand Forks. tmen have iu~t comnleted theirIn the 10 year period. The owners " - "- - a " " disaster or other calamity, accord- deserve the services Red Cross pro- Dakota appearances at dates to be : -- 10th year of continuous testing. Dur- are R lph DmhL. Hillsboo and tng to Donald E. Eagles of Fargo, rides, he said. determined later. ~ 1- II "1- ling this period the average pro-~enne!h Brown, Blancnara. national vice chairman in the state While some chapters in the state "--~--- l'~11|1~1~(~r ~T~lr~|l~(~ ]r~ t duction in these dairy herds in- ] Heru and cow on DHIA in Noah for the 1960 Red Cross Campaign secure funds through United Appeal T~I 11"11" 1 -.-a~aA~:j ~ JL~,W~AV~ ~.w ]creaSed from 350 ,to 414 pounds of DakOta made nmr~. ixnprovement W" for Members and Funds. fall campaigns others fll be i.Jlans on(lerw~v T ,-~L,~ T~R,~,~ ~. butterfat pea" cow. and milk pro- las~ year than ar~ other year in traditional Red Cross month of " ~ lUldly r't~llllOll~ duction increased 1,641 pounds per the past decade, says Clarence C. These professionals, Eagles said,II-U" June 16 March I ~'1~, 11'7 cow Olson, extension dairyman, The provided a strong link in the nation- " . ~:) - Petitions to estabtish a county li- In Vhe same 10 v~s s H~, sv'~r- a~vera~e b~u~tterfat production per // wide Red Cross program of main- ~ "---*' ow r " R0ckflle e er May i% C0nfba brary fund m M rt n c unty may ace m'ndueti~n nn "nll k~n+C ose ?00 a record 352 pounds taining community nursing and come from all over the county, the fn'~r- rni~-l~ -(,~,~"~.-o,~ ,~]-, ~,~ ~,~':,~,~,~ compared with 337 punds laSt year health resources, feiv attorney general's office has advis- o~'mi'"l'~"~ '~",~.~" ~ ~ ~'~'~, ~.".~,y "'~' ':" and 3L>7 pounds l0 years ago. Aver- Of all Red Cross servicesper- ~1 1 f~lg'~'l'~ i Plans are under way for the an- ed State Atty. Wdham ~. e sc Most impevement in the group age ou~er~at proaucea per cow m ~aps nursing is the most traditional. DDei~lK Ior L1ul-" ln~ai Governor's Safety Conference in Mandan. of 17 dairvmen was made bv ~te- DHIA helds Improved at a ratee changing constantly in keeping with *-a I in Grand Forks June 16 and 17, ac- State law provides that the gov- wart Herz~erg. Valley City, wl~ose of 4.8 pounffs ;bt~rfat per year changing needs since the program's T" North Dak0! to State Safety Director erning body of a r,~unictpality or average yearly production per cow ~.uring the past. 10oyears--dOUL.ble a Floyd J. Upham. county may establish a library tax increased from 365 to 525 pounds me z.a pouna raze o~ ~ne prece