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July 14, 1960

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER dated an.t that the state ]eg~slatl~rr apropriate money to support a civil defense training program in North Dakota. Abner Larson Heads Democratic State Delegation Abner Larson of Mand~n. state Democratic chairman will head North Dakota's delegation to the Democratic convention, iI was de- cided Sunday in Fargo ~t the dele- gation's organizational meeting. State Sen. Ray Ve~dsel. Democra- I tic candidate for Congress. was, named vice chairman, and Mrs. John i Yunker of Durbin. secretary. P. W. Lanier Jr of Fargo raised a question about whether the delega- tion is bound by the unit rule. un- der which a majority of the 22 dele- gates controls the state's entire 11 convention votes. He cm~tended that the umt ru]e applied only as long as Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota was in the TRUMAN ENDS BABYSITTING CHORE -- Former Jliam, I, and Clifton, Jr 3, as Margaret noted: running for the presidenti:fl nomina- President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman welcome I Grandpa certainly spoiled them." The Trumans tion. their daughter, Margaret, and son-in-law, Clifton lhelped care for the children while the Daniels The delegation agreed, however, :Daniel, home as the liner United States docked in I toured Europe. They said they had encountered that the state convention's instruc:-I New York. The couple hold their children, Wil-lno animosity during a ten-day stay in Russia. ion for the unit rule was completely separate from the Humpt,re: en-t record in favor of any candidate, ]than for any other president tal hope-~in Los ~ ;n t~e S-t.Paul dorsement, but there is more delegate support]ful. ]tIotel. The delegation did not go on for Sen. John Kennedy ~D-Mass) j The delegation will meet July 101 FAMILY PRIDE IN NEW GRADUATES-Jennie Lindstrom Calla- way, 21, had her husband, Fuller Callaway {not shown), and father, Dr. Peter Lindstrom, for well-wishers at her gradua- tion from Mills College in Oakland, Calif. Jennie, daughter of Ingrid Bergman, received her Bachelor of Arts degree in his- tory and government. Another family with a stake in a degree is headed by Salvatore A. Tassone, 53, a philosophy graduate of the University of San Francisco. With him are Gerard, 7, and (1. to r.) Stephen, 11; David, 13; Joseph, 14; Anthony, 15; Mary Barbara, 21; Mary Frances, 17, John, 25; Augustine,19; Mary, 23; Salvatore. 27 and Louis. 26. Tassone raised his own encoring section before undertaking the quest for a degree. Legion Chooses State Commander The North Dakota American Le- gion last week closed its three-day meeting at Williston by electing Wil- liam Gust, Jr of St. Thomas. state commander. Regional officers named were Her- bert Mitz, Dray~on, Eastern Section; Edwin Loveland. Wilton, Centrah and August Draeb. Hebron, Western. Fargo was chosen as the site of next year's convention. In other action the Legion recom- mended that recruiting for all branches of the services be consoli- EISENHOWER BIDS FAREWELL TO FAR EAST--President Eisen- hewer appears tired as he issues a departure statement at Kimpo Airport, Seoul, South Korea. His Joint communique with Premier Huh Chung said the "tragic division" of Korea must be ended under United Nations principles. Thus the President finished his tour of the Far East, highlighted by tumultuous welcomes in the Philippines, Formosa and South Korea, cancellation of his stop in Japan and a glimpse of agi- tators in Okinawa. A few days of rest are planned in Hawaii. l 'Y/./Y ~ YOU Z~eYAN, ,t~,D ~r ,gE/-.IINP WHAT A~ YOM SN~.AP ,AND YOU~. AiPE IN ,~IGH-I:. / 6~ 7-HE ~/ CA,~/J~,eYAN AN" THE / /A6K, ED MAN MUS"T BE AHEAD OF ~NEAD LEAD9 "THE HgN FROH THE WAGON "TRAIN IN PURSUIT OF 7"HE LONE RANGF.R, WHO CAPTURED THEIR LEAPEI~.- S/VEAD / KEE, o 7 I CoME AFTI~R ~ "7"0V70.I I M~ ---.---J / ].EA~ I 7".#A/~/ tY/ O D 5"HOOT /4E I Striker Hz~ GET"a A c, ~,R S/ /OT AT/,dE'./ iP, e" SOT 7"o ,OEA/ w/r/./ ~'NF-AD. ~ ~ A c q ~ .o~/< P/.AHH/HG* YOU,~ LAUGHING Glltl~ TRIGGER BAR VIOLENCE--Henry McNerlin ,(left), 21, l~ questioned in New York about the fatal shooting of a bar patron, John Setarl, 20, in long Island City, N. Y. J~slstant di.'~brlct attorney Philip Chetta holds the gun with which McNerlin allel~llY entered the bar and opened fire on lax'Be l~'oup. He had reportedly been the tarBet of ~eerin~ i~4hter for his adyances earlier to a group of girls in the . Two yom~ women were wounded in the wild ~unnre. SHOO.T/N; BOYS,/ .THE INTE~F'~RE WITN ;'V,: ~ ~N~