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July 14, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. lgEDORA, N. DAK. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1960 I The Fryburg News tca.!i!s re, any ~happy times held in mg at 'Uhe home of her s,is,er, [.'randmolheri.s .VIrs. S~te!hS:mil:~. this house while Mrs. gis.sell Mrs. A. E. Natteson, for a few q~he father, Ray, as he is ca, lied and dau,g~ter, Ghdys, were liv- weeks. The two .ladies .attended was hurt seriously the f~l~<>wing '~ f::;.d Mrs. Danny Brenr~ ,an digo wh, o was chosen "Miss Dick- ing here. Mrs. Biss~ll ha, s long ~he Dr. Arthur C. Scqke banquet Tuesday mt~le on ,hks way ;o spent tLqe 4"~n m the B~lack Hi]~]s. in~o.n" ~'or 1960. Miss Mandigo is since ldt ,this world but CAadys, at ,the Elks Clu!b in Dickinv~on w~rk near Wath)rd City. lie has // Mr. a.~d L~Iys. Clarence Whitney employed in ~/led~ra for the sum- Mrs. Glyde Tren, t a.ow lives in Thursday evening. July 7th. been ,taken ~Lrom the Warlord ef Jamestown ~nd Mr. and Mrs. mar mo~th,s. Kirtdand, Wask,{ Mrs. Neucke who is an alurrmus City hospi`tg, l to tthe Vats Hoep.' Mrs. Frawkie Heiser "o.f ,Go ~assy of ,the DSTC has 'been a primary in ,1Pa, rgo "#here ~e may s~bmi'~ ~) Robert ao~gensen of Ipsilan.ti, N. Mr'. and.Mrs. George N a~t&ey, Da'k were ~uests at ~vhe Ed Le arid 4 cnuuren oi rar.K .~aty, Butte w~s a recen~ guest at the grade 'teacher in P~n.tiacfor surgery a@ he ~as a broken h~ ~- " - ~ ~ A C~er Meno:n: Children ,See &'c Frog.) .5 1565 Aid t- Permap-nfly and Tot:Hlv DisaMed Program 560.25 Aid To Dependent Children #Foster Home Program) 2"/0.00 Care of Feeble Minded 1,000.00 Care 'o~ County Insane 1,500.00 Superintendent of Schools 5,575.00 Engineer for County 500.90 redatorv Animal and Rodent Control 580.00 Western .qoi] Conservat)on Distric~ 300.00 Miscellaneous 2,000.00 2X)TAL 84.384.90 AmouNt Levied .for General Fund 84,;~4.90 Warrants Outstanding None l/n~td lqil]s and Contracts None Added eor Interim P,nd 63.288.67 TOTAL LIABILITIES 147.672 57 Treasurer's Cash Balance 49,434.9t) Estimated Collectionv of Prior Year's Taxes 10,0~e 00 E~ttmated Welfare Board Grants 1,~IX) Egtimated Other Collections 5.000.00 TOTAL ~ff~]~MATED ~/.ESOUN~F ~N ~.434.90 LEVY REQUIRED FOR G~ FU~*D ~" Amaount Levied for Road and Bridge 90,000.00 Warrants outstanding None Ur~paid Bills and Claims Nnne Added ~or Interim Fund 5.000.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES 95,000.00 Treasurer's Cash B~,lane~ .~L179.60 ~ & Motor Vehicle Collections 12.000.00 Other Collea~ons ~,000.00 'DOTAL RESOURCES 118.179.6(I Net prop%~d /~vy all funds under 18 mill maximum 82.238.67 AmOUDt ]ex:i~d for D~rrie, Health 3/4 mill levy (about) 2.P#O.~ Axnount Levied for Emenzeney 4,000.00 Amount levied tor County Agent 1,]~64.00 Amount levi'~d f~r V,~er~n's Servie~ Officer 58~,0# Amount Levied for Matching o Social Securityor 0ASIS 3,000.00 TOTAL LEVIED FO./~ ALL PURPOSES 9~.057.67 Furlher ~cL'ee is hereby given that nn Tuesday. July 19. 1960 be- 1958 "1~'1 i oil barrel, a con. zrete block (the kind builders use) -.~'-or a bushel basket, can make aa S M,ideal container for live plants. " Paint the outside of your impro- vised planter so it blends well With your outdoor color scheme, fill the bottom with stones ( for drainage), then add good topsoil and you're ready to plant your favorite flowers. If you choose a container that's Fordor, real clean, very fine auto at low price. 1959 FORD F250 3A ton pickup, low mileage, no-spin rear end, radio, Guaranteed like new. 1955 Fairlane fordor, a beaut. Tutone green & white. Fully equipped. : 1954 Custom 2 door, 6 cyl std. trans very good, priced to sell fast. and ~inninP at 1:0o, O'Clock P. M. at the Commissioners Room in the Courthouse I In M~ Billings County, North Dakota, a public hearlng will be held to cons~',tn detail the foregoing budget estimates at which tLm~ any] ~t~ taxpayer:o~-Billings County will be heard in favor of or a~alng any of I~.~'~ such vm~osed exnendttures. After such hearin~ shall have been concluded, [~ll the Board of County Commissioners will adopt uch estimates as are flnally [[I.~ . deteP~)ined upon, b~r passlng a resolution s~ting forth the annual levy forl~--~i ,~1"~7t~c~ A~[7 A-elf tat ~r~ F~s~t~t Y.ar 19~-1r,62. . . . ~ I~t| ~ ll~llvl 10 2-1V2"XII.~2"!DDI~ ~y or~er of the ~oara of County uomrmsslonen of Bllllngs Count~, N~/I[l~ " * ~ta ~-~tg.6th day .c~ July 1960. ' I ~ ~ IIIlll Dated':a$~Iedora. N~rLh Dakota this llth day of July 1N. I~~| ~ ~t.~[ the Ones e Safely on North Dakota Rallreodl~ is a full-time lob. Railroads may look aomewhat the same (dieeels, of eoursa, have comphtely replaced, steam), but the face-lifting has been compkte. Today, North Dakota Railroads rely on electronics to guide each train safely to its destination. Tha latest improve- ments in train equipment, roadbed con- stamction and train operation, Bnked 'with an intensive program of employee safety education, have made rfilroads North Dakota'a. tmfest form' of trans- portation . . . a. distinction railroa& will continue to.earn through comttmt research,: to provide safe, it,-pendable service to North Dakota people. A sudden strike, a brief but furious struggle--and you've got a beauty that will brighten your convers.ationa through the months to come. Bu~ whether you make a trophy-catch~ or enjoy the quiet lake and hours of con- tented relaxation, each vacation becomes a treasured memory that can't be meaaured with a price tag. Yet, each year, many vacations axe marred by injury, even tragedy-- caused by a thoughtless violation of basic safety rules. This year, have a happy vacation, but make sure unnec- essary risks don't spoil your family holiday. Thinkfirst--and you'll enjoy your vacation to the fullest. been used for storing dirt, spray the inside of the tub or basket to make sure that soil diseases or in- sects are wiped out. The experts advise using one of the aerosol tree sprays, such as Antrol's Tree Wound Dressing, to put a heavy lining on the inside of your new "planter." Visit In Minn. -- Mrs. Kay Hai~.h and son left Saturday, July 9 to ~isit Mr. and Mrs. Jim IIa~'h a.: i)etroit Lakes, Mitre. Radio Service Phone 2-45~$ BEACH, NO. DAK. m m ~m m,m.| m,Ill,| mm |||| mm~mmmm Imm m m~ OBEY THESE BASIC BOATING RULES= | Don't over-crowd your boat Be sure every person ' I I aboard .has a l]Ie.-preserver. Don't stand upin the , boat Keep a first-aid kit in your tackle box. --'In support of the Public 8a[ety Program of the.Natlonal Safety Coundl minim& ~ Mem}ers o! l~?. Nati~ad L~ NORTH DAKOTA : Grtat K htm Raih y Company ,8oo in Ratb.ead * NA! LWAY Im'lS Emerson & Motorola Radios and TV We back our sets with repair serviee. BEN"" HUR FROZEN FOOD CHE~TS EASY SPIN.DRIER WA~ [' Fishing Supplies Players