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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Open New Bids On STS UniI Bids opened recently by the board of administration on a pro- posed new building at the Man- dan State Training School were ap- parently low enough to permit the board to award contracts. Bids opened last month exceed- ed the $425,000 maximum appropri- ~ti:on for general contract work on a building which will house ad- ministration facilities and class- roonls. Apparent low bidder on the pro- ject is Lunn Construction Co. of Bismarck, totaling $274,849. The bid was just $51 below that submitted by Froesch]e and Sons, Bismarck con tractors. After addition of architects fees there appears to be a difference of around $15,000 between bids and ap- propriation. H. H. Joos, chairman of the board, said the board would take formal action on the bids this week Tues- day. He said one of the alternates that would probably be dropped calls for finishing of a 'parking lot was planted in field s~rips and onI the physical plant, opened last l Sornsin Plumbing and Heating,1 Dakota Hall, one of the training[ Where a chute and squeeze are the farmstead. ]month, still stand Low bidders on!Mandan, for ventilation and ex-tschool buildings. Apparent low bidsI available on a farm, jobs of ratio- l Henke's main problem was soil i that work were O & M Electric, ! haust work. [ submitted for that work last month|oing, dehorning, castrating, spraying, blowing on a quarter section and an l 80-acre plot near his farmstead. His~ Bismarck; H. A. Thompson Plumb- I No decision has been made by ! exceeded an appropriated amount of I blood testing and doctoring sick soil raises good crops and is quite' ing and Heating, Bismarck and the board on remodeling work at $50,000. animals are relatively easy. level, but it also is on the sandy1 side. Fields were divided on the quarter-section into strips running north and south and the 80-acre I plot into strips running east and west. This will largely eliminate soi'l drifting. The Logan County Soft Conserva- ' tion district sponsored the tree care contest in which H'enkes won first prize last summer. According to con. I servation specialists, hardly a tree l was missing and scarcely a weedi was in sight when the plantings l were inspected. --43-- Dr. 'Arnason Heads ND Board Dr. Charles A. Arnesonof Bis- marck has been elected president of the North Dakota state board of medical examiners. He succeeds Dr. Willard Wright of Williston. Dr. Arneson was former- around the building, i ly vice president of the board. Friday's bid opening was for gen-I Dr. V. G. Borland of Fargo was eral contract work only. Bids on elected vice president and Dr. C. --~-- J. Glaspel of Grafton was re-elect- ChJ~d led secretary. ---V1-- CITES SOIL GAINS Winning first place in a "tree care" contest last summer isn't the only benefit Adolph Henke, Gackle, expects to derive from the tree plantings made recently on his 800- acre farm southwest of Crackle. He already has observed some pro- tection from wind and expects to see a lot more when the plantings Steam is used in some barley roll- mg processes so the barley becomes moist enouh that it flattens out but does not crack, break up and pow- der as it tends to do in the dry rolling process. Farmers use one-half as much steel annually as the automobile in- reach maturity. A total of 5,816 trees dustry. A tribute to retail sales people |~" Courtesy is the symbol of most retail sales people. It stands for satisfied customers cash in the till and a more sound economic base for all of us. Retail sales people are in North Dakota's "tourist front line'--they come most frequently iri direct con- tact with the thousands of travelers who cross the state each year-they play a highly important part in the big effort to make North Dakota a good host, And when their courtesy turns into a retail sale, it means more tax revenue-for education and welfare-more profits and more salaries. Retail sales people deserve all the recognition we can give them for the job they're doing in making travel in North Dakota more enjoyable for visitors and more profitable for our state and her citizens. This message is a public service . . . brought ta you through the cooperation this newspaper . . . and the, Greater North Dakota Association, the State Chamber ol Commerce. MR. K TONES DOWN ANTI.U.S7 BARBS IN AUSTRIA AFTER A | COMPlaINT BY U.S. EhlVOY J J You'M. ~ ~'/./Av" w,~z'/n," 7"0 A/~DMsW u~.~ Fran Striker l.t~lN' TUb/~ y{///./ ! ) .~ NO 7"NKN ~ NE 14,'ANT" I~ To ? GCJN. YUI4 --m. -,~D @0 NOW~ YOM.Q 11 NIXON RUNNING MATE?--President Eisenllower waggles a finger at Labor Secretary James Mitchell at the dinner hoaao oring Mitchell in Washington, where the theme from admin- Istration and labor alike was summed up by AFL-CIO Vice ]President George M. Harrison with, "We think Jim Mitchell Is a pretty good fellow no matter what political colors Ins carries." So that cut loose a theme that Mitchell would ,make a good vice presidential nominee for the Republicans, "~HR LON~ RhNGEI~ 15 R~'ADY TO RIOIE" UNAI~IvlED -- 70 ~= 7~ ar .4/0~ WAIT/N" IN