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September 29, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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September 29, 1960

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fI,IANGS COUNTY PIONEER Guy Meets with County Candidates l Bill Guy, Democratic-NPL o can- didate for governor, is discussing state issues with legislative can didates running in Morton county. Pictured (left to right) are: Bill Gietzen, Glen Ullin and Carl Meyer. Flasher, candidates for state repre- sentative; State Sen Charles Mur- phy, candidate for attorney gen- eral ;Mrs. Guy and Guy. Guy said, good legislators are a cornerstone to a new, progressive administration in state government. i Hospital Care To Fit Human Need The initials TLC stand for "Tender Loving Care." This has become a national hospital slogan, symbol of the ever increasing emphasil placed on the comfort and well being of the patient. ~herapy for the disabled enables them to adjust physi- cally and mentally to a normal life. Long hours of supervised "Machine politics can be prevent- exercise, utilizing special ed by citizen participation," Guy!equipment such as the told Richland county Young Dome- Hubbard tank, helps restore erats at Mantador Friday night, wasted limbs to use. Psychia- =" ;'*~ "A political machine develops tric and occupational rehabili- -~ when party control is gained by tation encourage a hopeful ~1~ people who are interested only in attitude toward a new way of -~r what they can get out of politics. I life. Patients are often taught C"- ~"-'~--''~ . I I A party dominated by people in- I new hobbies and even new I - - ~.11 I I tersted in what they can contribute [vocations. ~ I I/~/IgllN ] ,o,~ cc ot mr, .--r ~I~ have to worry about machine con- trel,said Guy. 'There is no mach- ine in the North Dakota Democratic --NPL organization and young Democrats and young NPL'rs will find that they have a voice and a~4~ l~cutely from fear of new I contribution to make in their party". ~~ ~spitalized. Many has- I ~/'~/~o stay with children I ~,~~ssible, the mother's I I rl~lL~~ from staff members and I I,children; provide I i ~ ~k'~" " th:m;ith the~ssurance they need" I i ~ . r omplete patient care is the goal of the I ~1 II ng confidence and ] q I ecognized as esse.n-! I show :he I I tfeels, the quicker I ,~ I ~b. Anxiety about money J I patient himself may I I qil,by ma .Q he ! by Blue Cross, the pre: I pays the ho.spl a~,I COLD TEMPERATURES How oold is "frozen" when b~)u're talking about frozen foods? Zero degrees F. or lower, says "'~".' Ruth M. Dawson, NDAC extension nutritionist, wl~o warns that high- their flavor and also meR their nut- ritional va~ue. Do a temerature check on your freezer if you uspect it is guilty of allbwing loss of quality in stored foods. If ~you don't have a ~hermo- With as little as 63# a day, you can buy an $18.75 U.S. Savings Bond every month. 40 months later you'll own Bonds worth $1,000 at ma- turity. There are two especially good things about this $1,000. You buy it with money you might have dribbled away. It costs you only $750--in easy installments. Why don'tyou start saving right now with U.S. Savings Bonds? More advantages to think about You can save automatically with the You can get your money, with in- terest, anytime you want it. Bonds are a ready reserve that you can cash anytime at any bank. But it paya to keep them. Your money is guaranteed safe by the U.S. Government. Bonds are an absolutely riskless investment. The cash value of your Bonds won't drop--it can only grow. Your money can't be lost or stolen. The Treasury will replace your Bonds, free, if anything happens to them. You save more than money. YOU help save the peace with every Bond you buy. Bond money goes for sci- ence, education, military strength-- the weapons of peace. And the money you save helps keep our nation's economy strong. Payroll Savings Plan. Tell your com- Here's how you can reach your saeln puny how much to deduct from goat with U.B. Savings Bonds your pay for Bonds. You won't for- in just 7 ears, 9 months . get to save Your savings will add I I . 7. want abort $2~eOtSS,O00I $10AW up aummaucauy. : You now get 3~% interest, at mat~ ~week $$.4,$[ $lOJk$[ :$~11J~ This new rate, which went into effect June 1,1959, makes your Bond money grow faster. Bonds now ma- ture 14 months earlier than before--- in 7 years, 9 months. Bonds bought Illl / before June 1, 1959 earn an extra then on. ,r'ou save more than money ur/tJl U.S SavizL s Bond, Hu3 them where you work or bax k ports Art Shipley of Bismarck. I~ismarck, Dr. Treacy Gibbens of] Dakota." Shirley was named secretary- Garrison, Richard Swindler of Mott,[ Working with Montplasir will be treasurer of the newly organized Robert Hauser of Hebron, Selmer J. Burleigh county chairman, Gil Ol- Bad Lands Trail Riders Club; mem- Strand of Regent and Alvin Irwin of son, Bismarck, as well as other bers elected O. W. Lowitz of Bis- Minot. l county chairmen west of the Mis- marck president, and Earl Clyde of --~]-- souri. Garrison vice president. ~t ~ #~t 1 Montplasir, his wife and two Shipley said the group gathered I1~ I JA I IrJ~.~.~ children will reside in Bismarck at Halliday Springs, near the Peace- 1""TM~'" v~v~ ~ after disposing of their Fargo home. ful Valley Headquarters Ranch ~~b N~fi~#~ buildings seven miles north of JJl~lll~,lb~a ~$1 ~ Medoria. "We would have had twice as many horses and riders with a little more advance planning," he said. All promise to be back next La- bor Day for another ride. Shipley er tempertures cause foods to lose A tribute to hotel and mot:el personnel" " 'll lti~ never quite this Som -e .Us,f[ the tourists every need. A ]Phone call to the "desk, a questio directed to any o t the personneh and the tourist qulddy learns what there is to se x the area, Where the scenic and historic spots are how to reach them .~ meter, try checking ~he way your said there were several husband- freezer keeps ice cream Ice cream . . . i and-wife combmahons mdmg and stays ~Tozen nard a~ I0 degrees or lower If " . I there were also some grade school ~.ce cream Is sor~, your . " . ]and high school youngsters. "The freezer zsnt co~ enough " folder folks didn't stand it quite --El-=- l as well as their juniors," he ad- s mitted. Fnrst Badlands / Camping out, some slept in station JJ~i~JJ~ ~ dr 1 ]wagons some in tents and some put l~ llkl~l# IIl~Ul~;~l~U] their air mattresses on the ground. ~fF* * s ~ ~ "We rode about 20 miles a day, ~T~IClalS ~ay f never going over the same ground ]twice. The park is very beautifvl Fifty riders and 46 horses took l at this time of year," Shipley said. some 20-mile rides over the La-i Serving on the board of directors bor Day weekend in Theodore I of the new organization, in addition Roosevelt Park, "even though someI to the officers, are Walt Neuens hadn't ridden for ten years," re- of Bismarck, Dr. Paul Freise of Tim personnel of North Dalmta's,o tels and motel play a vital role in one of the stat s f,ast t growing. bminesses-the tourist industry. They re hezptng to develop new income for the state in much the same way as the farmer, the oil rigger, the manufacturer. PLAYMATES--It's not only natural beauty but the photogra- pher's low angle that brings out the best in these official playsuit~ at the International Beauty Congre~ in Long Beach, Calif. The wearers are (from left) Margaret Powell Of Canada, Charlene I.Am4berg Of the U.S. and Julia Adam- Ion of British Guiana, down Bouth A~erica way. The Greater North Dakota Assn has opened a Bismarck office ill CHECK Suite 7 of the Woolworth building, according to A1 "Frenchy" Mont- plasir ,mem*ber relations fieldman for the western half of the state. Montplasir will have charge of l" the first branch office opened by I GNDA, whose headquarters :s in Fargo. GNDA president is Gale Hernett ~f Ashley, and Miles Swigart of Fargo is the executive vice presi- HABITS dent. , Montplasir said we have opened our Bismarck branch office to give better service to our GNDA mem- bership in the western part of Noah HOUSEKE BPIN{] GUARANTEES performance of the ~ Green~d',~f~~ Stamp Plan ~.~-,~'~~, Now, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING i has added its seal of approval I, J srJI I to that of more than 35 mimon flY', I American fanCies--including many = i thousands here in North Dakota--w o I save S&H Gree, Stamps. North Dakota housewives enthusiastically approve S&H Green Stamps because they get something extra in quality merchandise without paying a penny more for what they buy. Pick up a free copy of the beautiful S&H Green Stamp Ideabook--greatest ever published--at any store or service station that gives S&H Green Stamps and see the famous brand-name products now available to you at no added cost. $1n~ I596 A~r$oa'$ Only N~ioa.wid~ SMmp Plan NORTH DAKOTA DIVIS ON E n d a C f] h s] T S a' E E E E o' 2( cl d~ N ol rE tk ~t t~ P( w