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July 7, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Wr~,Y~,~v'~ ~ ]r~4-~,e- mg to Clara B. Rue, Bismarck, pub-men Voters of the U. S. was born I about 8000 service men and women ! Prompt treatment of tree brancl~es In a well constructed knife tJle ~,JI I J~;;I I 1J| 5/~ lic relations chairman of the North to helu women exercise their re-1 from Nor/jh Dakota in the armedi broken or injured by Jast winter's tang (piece of metal inserted in the storms will prevent ~erlnanent dis- handle) should run through the en. - ,-, --, ] Dakota State League of Women Co- spo slb]hhes as voters. The pur- ! ready been received by the state figurement or possible death of 5ta rt Uth Yea r Item. n .- forces and m.=,h- e the tire knife handle and be riveted trees, three places. The Leam,e of Women Voters of~ Forty years ago the 19th Amend- pose of the League is to promote president for this information. o- ts| meat was passed by Congress glv-political responsibility through in- ! -J-J--- . ~~~ the Umted States zs cemoranng i / ing women full and equal suffrage formed and active participation of' SUMMER SESSIONS t 401h anniversary this year accord-1 with men, and the League of Wo-citizens in government. It is a non- SOON AT NDAC ~ artisan group---it does not support Over I00 courses plus six special1 ~.o, L,::~ ~ ~:~ "~'"::".:~'~:~:'r*:':" ":":~--':~:'~?:~: or oppose candidates or support or workshops are tentatively scheduled I oppose political parties for the summer session June 13 to] "l'h,~ ~ +y, ~,-,~+~ T~" ~xr,~ Ju!v 23 at North Dakota Agricultur I . al Cg]le,ge' The ~ummer sesion in men vo~els became a int~mD~r ul~ ~ ^ Tr-~.^~ ~,v . ~.^~.~ the school of ph~rmacv willbegin t t|lr,~ t.JIIALI~U, OI. clL[~ 1.J 7 1~1~ ~.~]. V t)lll,~.~:[ ",i Voters in 1858-- the 48th state toI May 31. ] SlX~'~'~local**" Leagues"~+; m the state--Far-~ . Two of the workshops. . will he held!.t i, North Dakota M0wiI ~.~-. ~ .** .s.~.up ~*v '*'= I before the strainer session begins i ::i:~ ii~i:~ net l~rl~ R, I~ M" ne guidance workshop will be June~~~~ Ranks.|Olh in,] ~i~: '~:~ go, Gra mot, ~ j Mandan and WillL~ton ' ,6 to 10, and the coatings symposium I ~. :~i: ~::::.::~::: " ; . ~ will be held from June 6 to 9. i une Oi me services OI me l~w'~ is I [~~!).'~ | ~ ;::i~ ~i:::ii::::~i~ the voters service which .gives fac Other special courses are for the] Proven 0[I ~e~er~e~ / ual information on candidates basedl t~achers of the mentally retarded, ! :iii!~:::~: ~ " :.:::-~i~::~:~:,:i~,"::~~:~5:~::~:,:::.~-.: on their records and opinions on~' une 13 to 17: school lunch wcrk- e North Dakoto became fl,e| :? !:~: ' ;~:: i': ::':. !~::::!. ~ important issues, voting oroced- shop, June 13 to 16: high school sci- i::~:~: ::i! ~i.:~i:!:::!i!~i:~:~ ~i~~:!I~'::I. ;::!'ii:::iii: ~ I tion on i~uessand voting proced-!ence teachers research participation i state to produce oil, it h~sI ures and urges citizens to vote. ~ workshop, June 13 to Aug. 5: and ~~,i,lt I grown in national prominencel :ii~ -~:.i~i:!:!!::!:/!i,:::i:~::::::: In 1959 the League of Womenunder iV I drivers education course. Aug. 1 to 5. ] ters of the United States Twofie]dtripsarea,soscheduled,i~/':l' l I~''1 /r . "s an oil sta~.e- now r~nking,l ' i::::::::,"::'.~i:.:::~:':,took a project to assist men and'f r the summer session a MexicanII ~0,h in proven oil reserves, this! ::'i! : womon of * ed rviccs inlfiold trip. May to ll, andi ) was made possible throuqh al casting an informed absentee voteI a trip to the Orient tentatively setI ::.~ ":ii:::: ~: ~i~i~::i:~i~::: in elections. The Department of De- for J~,me 20 to July 11. I ~ I / thorough exploration and de-I !~i~ ~. fence has cooperated ill announc- The Agricultural Research Court-t ~~ velopmenf program. There arel !~ ~ii::: mg the details in 1300 service news- il will meet the week of July 18; l ~ii,-~! papers. The LWV througi~ ~ts state homemaking teachers conference, t I [~;~ ~ now 1 2 oil producing counties in I ":~b'* ~;'-~ ,: and local Leagues is making avail- Aug. 22 to 26: and the Great Plains} ~ the State. Exploratory wells haveI able upon request nonpartisan in- section of Horticultural Society will,been drilled in 46 of North De- I formation on candidates and ballot be on campus Aug. 2 to 4. The North l issues. Servi'ce men an~ women Dakota Education Association gut-I kota's 53 counties. I may make their request through dance institute will be held July 25! I GO BACK 100 YEARS--Japanese maritime cadets in W - families and friends back home or to Sept. 2. I] ington in connection with anniversary of arrival of Japan's or write d~rectTy to the local League --'~-%-- tI A Growing Industry in a Growing State / first diplomatic mission 100 years ago, march past the Addresses of State Leagues are All woolens should be mothproof-,Prepared by the North Dakota Petroleum Council / Treasury building en route to a key-to-the-city ceremony, placed on bulletin boards at mill- ed before they are put away for the [ l They wear costumes of cadets 100 years ago. tary establishments. Thei'e are summer. 0~ THE WAGON TRAIN-- --HURRY FROH ALL PARrrs OF" "THE WOODS--- "THE R,N',I6ER',~ GUNFIRE, NORTH DAKOTA STUDENT PLACES FIRST IN NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE CONTEST VELVA -- Miss V'~rglnta La~ sen brought national recogni- tion to Velva and the state of North Dakota whea she won ~/~-~'x/J~G ~" ~' L: first place in the nation in 11 the sales demonstration judging contest at .the 14th Annual Dls- o~.~e ~'~ ~ tributive Education Leadership l conference held r ecently at -- Kansas City, Missourz. ]Kiss Lar- sen, a senior at Velva High School, competed against students from forty states and Puerto Rico. Velva High School is recognized as the smallest ~chool in the State and Nation offering Distributive Education on the ~hool curriculum. Japanese Premier Nobusuke Klshi (middle) announces in Tokyo the postponement of President Eisenhower's visit. While in Manila, President Elsenhower, having been told of the postponement, calmly addresses a Luneta park throng, s~ying he Is confident "patient" dealings with Iguss~ can end the a~'nm race. He showed neither a~get nor concern. /./O,@5~'MEN COME ALL S/DE#/ CAp;rA/I,/ ,B~PYA/V AN" Tt,/~" /4AN W//O - 4PTU,~ED AND $OM~" OPB~t FIR~ WOT /F l /. 'AD 7"// M TO HO,STI/ E INPlANS / -- ON .~/eH TZ HEA/~ HORn5 COAvl/,~V~ fAST./