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The Billings County Pioneer
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August 25, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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August 25, 1960

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONIEKR "Children In Need bf il Parents,Last of Ser (This is the last of a series oflProviding counseling, pre-natal care three articles on child welfare, pre-I in a Iicensed maternity home or a Year,paredbyChildren'sVillage'Farg )lprivateh me andwhen'them ther Every child has a right to love, I so determin;s le-a" "-"dance in pretection, and the care that meets ' ~ ~ ~u~ Owners of the H Series of can get your money back "f its needs and which ordinarily he terminating parental rights. U~. Savings Bonds receive ever' you need to, anytime expects to receive from his parents.I The mother's religious prefer- interest money every Six after the first six months, on months by Treasury Check. one month's notice * If your This is why people who want H Bonds are lost or destroyed to invest for regular extra in- they will be replaced free * come buy H Bonds (just as You save more than money. people saving for a specific, goal buy E Bonds that pay (Note to owners oF E Bonds: all the interest to maturity). You can trade E Bonds, ma- tured or not, for H Bonds, lous as are carriers of diptheria~ and typhoid." For those children who cannot function in a private setting or who are temporarily in group life, such as the Village, the agency provides house parent teams--~ man and his wife, who make the agency as much like a home as possible. This is best accomplished in a cottage plant, such as the Village, or as Villa Nazareth, a cottage sys- tem now under construction in Far- This is the vmw of workers in[ences are observed in the choice of go by Catholic Welfare of North child welfare, as described by the jan adoptive home for the infant. Dakota. staff at Children's Village, NorthI Any unwed mother can contact Even though it may not have Dakota's oldest .welfare agency I the "Village either directly or I'full custody' (the parental rights) Th.e Fargo child-care and child-I through any county welfare or l for a child, the Village can place placing servme, serving all coun- other public official, the VillageI it in a foster home which gives the rise and all faiths, believes it is )oints out. desirable private one-Morn-one-Dad say, the frequency with which land contracts are being used demon- strates that this method of land transfer is an important device for attaining land ownership m North D-akota. Loftsgard is assistant agricultural economist and Lembke is graduate i research assistant. ' the most attractive aspect of the land contract to the buyer appeans to be the relatively low down pay ment," the economists point out. "Before entering into a contract for deed, it is advisable for bo~ buyer and seller to get competent legal aid and counsel. Attorney fees for legal counsel in drawing up the contract may be a sound investment More facts about H Bonds: and postpone paying income * You buy them at full face tax on the accumulated inter- value, est. If you're retired, or * H Bonds earn at an average about io retire, this may be rate of 3%% over their 10 for you.) year maturity period " Your money is guaranteed safe by Get the details (and order I-I the U.S. Government * You Bonds) at your Bank. AMOUNTS OF INTEREST CHECKS YOU GET FROM H BONDS t l INTEREST CHECK AMOUNTS I e~l of 24 ~ ~1ol I llld [ end eve~, --. H. I " ;2 me*. I18 a Illereafter to matwity d (m Ch.