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August 4, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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August 4, 1960

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAIL 8OATI NG ANY. *. (~ff~j~ * nsweris" es,' Take the opporrun,ry-- 'a fo check n your driving habifs. Are you using your mirrors as don't S C U t t I ~,~"~'--g:~ 0 ~your savings ~.-- L'#~Lll~ often es you shoul~l? Are you keeping your dls.ance? Do you have a firm, comfor able grip on the YOU still can e '7~ff~,~-"~. ~ buy the boat of ~~-1~1~'~ wheel? Are you properly seated? your dreams by ~ll~'~~'~i lmrrowing the money instead. It's ' just about as easy to float a boat loan today as it is to borrow money for a new car. Demand for all kinds of pleasure craft-from small oat- board to large cruiser--has made this nautical sport a good invest- ment. Thus, more and more banks are now offering special-loan plans to would-be boat-owners. And you'll probably find it cheaper to borrow the money yourself--di- rectly from a bank. ~;~ SPECIAL NERVE CELLS, located in our upper nos- a trils, are head- ~2 quarters for our sense of smell, science tells us. It's also known that odor molecules in the form of solids and gases are carried to these cells and produce chemical reac- tions we recognize as smells. But something new has been added to our storehouse of scientific knowl- edge about smell--a recent dis- covery that different kinds of odors call for different deodorizing treat- ments. And today's home-maker benefits from this finding. The new- est in aerosol room fresheners are Wizard's two new formulas--- Freih Breeze, a kitchen deodorizer, designed to kill cooking odors, and Mountain Mist, for bathroom use. Both leave a clean, light fragrance as they wash odors out of the air. BASEMENTS ARE ['~*k~ NO LONGER just Z,a a,r-- places to store .~ --~t~ They add new ~t~ -'~'-~l I~ rooms to the ~[~~ home, and as~--'~-=~--~:~ such, they need their own particu. lar attention. Because they are "sub- merged," they are often too damp for comfort--personal or prop- erty-wise. The answeg? A dehu- midifier which provides protection against dampness, mildew and rust. A dehumidifier can remove up to 24 pints of water in 24 hours. McGraw-Edison's Coolerator engi- neers point out some of the benefits derived from an efficient moisture remover in your home: Keeps val- uable tools and equipment from rusting. Stops basement wails end pipes from sweating and dripping. Dries clothes faster when hung in the basement. Makes any room dry and livable for only a few pennies a day. Protects expensive furniture from swelling and warping. -gmmii Check Your odometer agalnst map and signs that thow the distance to the next town. Make bets wlth yourself and four passenger how great the difference will be. Y I1 o,op occas,ona.y minute or so BEFORE you feel tired. You will save time in the long run because a one-minute break while still alert will do more than a ten-minute stop after you have started to get drowsy. Now start the fan, relax in the chair and look at the sky. Think about whatever comes to mind but don't think hard. After just 15 minutes, you will be amazed at how hard it is to "get with it" again. The time required to recover and react is dangerously long at highway speeds. Staying al e r t requires conscious effort andt he effort should become a habit. The job of staying alert can (and should be interesting. Try, for instance, to guess the num- ber of miles to the farthest point you can see ahead. You will be surprised at how far off you can be at first; and how elase you can hit it with a little practice. Here are just a few of the many ways of "staying with it" while driving on modern highways You can probably invent many more of yo u r own. Your passenger can help--by sharing the driv- ing if posslble--by staying alert whether or not she drives. Con- versation automatically :keeps you in touch with what is going on. By keeping track of the,m p and the route and serving a: "navigator" she can also save time and miles in unfamiliar metropolitan areas and~';nter- changes. Billings County Pioneer A va Cea a] ]~tL, ( gro and "W[ ling ."1" all t $400 SPA) Re f~'om coin area. rnus,t ~h~Dur Yl'l'onl so~a 1055, ~*u~] -- ~LIC:g t