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July 14, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER FORMOSA SIGNALS OVER--President Eisenhower's changed route takes him from Taipel to Okinawa and then to Seoul instead of Tokyo as originally scheduled. From Seoul he flies to Hon- olulu. This map illustrates proximity to Red China coast. Council Foss. Valley City. was sel- ected as vxce chairman ~f the Beef Headed by i ouncil Foss ranches near Valley City and serves on the board ef directors of the North Dakota Stock- ]hen's Assn. Leonard J. Davis. Killdeer. wasI Foss and Davis will serve as the chosen to serve as chairman of the official North Dakota Dcleg~-~te~ to North Dakota Beef Council for the the National Bccf Council at Den- coming year at the annual meeting nor. held recently in DiekJnson. Davis, i The North Dakota Cow Belles re- who operates a commercial ranch elected their entire slate of officers near Killdeer, is the Lmmediate past for the coming year. Mrs. J. L. Con- president of the North Dakota nolly, Golden Valley is president; Stockmen's Assn and succeeds Joe Mrs: J~m Tyler, Bismarck~ pres- Milton. McLeod. ident elect; Mrs. Lyle Dawson, St. CATCH HIT-RUNNER BY HELICOPTER--Cincinnati Police Lt. Arthur Mehring and pilot Jack DeVise stand beside the heli- copter they used to track down a hit-run motorist while flying over the city during rush hour, A motorist forced two cars off the road, drove up an embankment, through a yard and knocked down a signpost while fleeing. This pair spotted the car from radioed description, and trailed it by air right to the home, then circled till ground forces arrived. Anthony, 2nd vice president; Mxs. Dave R~birLson c~ieharbor. Sec- retary and Mrs. J. Garvin Jacob- son, Alexander, treasurer. There were 200 CowBell~,s in at-~ Crop Sprayers Told to Watch tendance for the convention. Ray Meyer, Flas~cr is the new president of the North Dakota Jun- ior Stockmen. Miss Karen Kubik. Manning, is vice president; Louise Birdsal]. Gladstone is secretary- [ treasurer and Penny Davis, Kill- deer is reporter. Approximately 75 Procedures Harold G. Vavra. director of the State Aeronautics Commission has warned aerial crop sprayers to be more alert in their flying procedures Vavra made the statement follow- Junior Stockmen attended the ing investigation of three separate meetings, fatal crop spraying accidents and one other serious crash during tim Leave your strawberry mulch be- past two weeks. tween the rows. It keeps down Vavra said his investigation re- weeds and prevents plants from vealed these contributing factors: setting between the rows. Fatigue resulting from long MUST HAVE BEEN A BEAUTIFUL BABY--Teri Jansson, 18, dis- plays a real competitive figure in Hollywood after being chosen "Miss Los Angeles" for the "Miss Universe" contest. And she comes by it naturally, for her mother (right), Mrs. Berniece Jansson, was runner-up in the 1928 "Miss America" contest. Congratulating his sister is TV actor David Jansson, U-2 PILOT'S DAD GETS PASSPORT FOR RUSSIA--OHver Powers, 55, of Norton, Va speaks into newsmen's microphones in Washington after he had obtained a U.S. passport. Powers said he will go to Russia to see his son, captured pilot Francis G. Powers, but he refused to say who in Moscow had.assured him that he would be allowed to visit the prisoner. Apparently close to tears, the father asked newsmen to stop bothering him as he left for the Soviet Embassy to obtain a visa. Premier Khrushchev has reportedly offered to let him visit his son. 8 SPONSORED BY IE you can read the numbers on the stop sign when the above picture is held 7h.sway and the letters.on the speedometer at 27 inches you probably, have normal driving wsion, BUT to be safe have a complete eye exmnimu /on once a year. hours of operation reduced pilot pro- paper, the Promotor, was Mrs. Dar- ficiency, rell Kline, Mandan. Overloading of aircraft by In three resolutions passed Sun- carrying maximum loads late inthe day, the group agreed: day or midafternoon when tempera- 1 To investigate the possibilities tures are higher and air has lessl of preferential treatment for blind lifting capacity, operators of vending stands in state, I Overly steep banks in turns county and municipal buildings. which result in stalls near the Federal law already approves such ground with no airspace for re- covery. Spraying into the sun near high obstructions and being partially blinded. Two airplanes spraying the same field and running into each others propeller wash. The director also stated that foot- ball helmets are not a good substi- tute for crash helmets. In one accident, he said, a one- eighth inch thick plastic football helmet was ripped 12 inches over the top of the head and 7 inches along one side of impact. ---4:]-- Kline Heads A, socialion Darrell Kline of Mandan was re- elected president of the North Da- kota Association for the Blind, which met Sunday in Fargo. Miss Ada E. Mark. Lisbon. N. D and Mrs. George Iszler, Grand Forks. were re-elected vice-presi- dent and secretary respectively. Al- bert Morlock of Grand Forks was elected to the board of directors. Renamed editor of the Association's treatment in federal buildings. To look into opportunities for legislation exempting blind opera- tors of small vending stands from state sales taxes. To investigate opportunities for blind student teachers in public schools. This is intended to be a first step toward opening all public school teaching positions to blind teachers. Personal Income Shows Slight Dip North Dakota was the hardest hit state in the nation during April when personal income dropped 4.7 per cent from a year ago, according to a report by Business Week maga- zine. The magazine said the drop re- flects the continuing decline in farm income. North Dakotans took home $91,- 600,000 in April compared with $96,- 100,000 a year ago. Only three other states registered year-to-year losses according to the report. They are Kansas, Montana and South Dakota. IZVESTIA'S VIEWPOINT--MockLng cancellation of President Eisenhower's visit to Tokyo, Moscow's newspaper Izvestia presented this cartoon to its readers. It depicts Japan's Premier Nobusuke Kishi holding a U-turn traffic signal. The caption reads: "Turned back at the gate this is the new traffic $.ga Kisht has Deen forced to put up." The sign on the gate says, "Japan." Talman (right) talks with attorney, Arthur Crowley, at trial. Bill Donov'an tries to protect his wife Jean, one of the party participants, from photographers. He wasn't at the party. MAYBE IT WAS AN UNDRESS REHEARSAL--These scenes come from trial of William Talman, three other men and four women on charges of engaging in a nude frolic at a party, in Beverly Hills, Calif courL Talman gained fame as the ~et S,t.tomey on the ';Perry Mason" TV series, t: a ]; b C t] C P ij (~ d a a f~ e~ b