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October 13, 1960

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER HONORED AT DINNER--Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr. (center) whose biography, "My 50 Years In Politics," was recently published, talks with New York's Gov. Nelson Rockefeller (left) and Sen. Leverett Saltonstall at a dinner in Taunton, Mass. honoring Martin for his dedicated service in Congress. U. Received $200,000 Gift A gift of $200,000 provided by the estate of James Frederick Twamley and presented by his sister Miss Edna Twamley, a Mis Twamley lives in Colden- ham, N. Y but receives her mail at Rock Tavern, N. Y. James Twamley. a pioneer Grand Forks merchant, was one of the "fathers" of the University. He was a member of the Uni- versity's first Board of Regents, %t Date for mdy Of New T Slatutes The Governor's Special Com- mittee on Labor Laws will meet Oct. 14 to consider testimony taken last week at a public hearing in Bismarck and in Far- go. Rep. Ralph Beede of Elgin, chairman, said the committee will prepare a statement regard- YOU DON'T SAY--Soviet Pre- mier Khrushchev registers "You don't say" or words to that effect at Togo affair in New York's Hotel Plaza. ing proposed legislation. Beede said Friday he believes new legislation acceptable to both labor and management can be drafted for consideration by the next legislature. Jams Marsden, executive di- rector of the Employers Feder- ation of North Dakota, testified in favor of deferring until 1963 any action regarding establish- ment of a special labor depart- ment in the state. HaroId Oison, Minot, first v;ce president of the North Dakota Federation of Labor, told the committee he had served on five labor dispute boards appointad by the governor under present state law, and nothing had been accomplished by any of the board sessions. H, R. Martinson, deputy labor ermmissioner of North Dakota, made two suggestions to the com- mittee. He advocated that minimum wages be set by law in North Dakota instead of by a specially appointed board as is the case under current laws. He said it was his opinion that mediation, conciliation and tabor relations in general would best be handled if they were under the jurisdiction of one state de- partment head. [] Vendsel Says Need Is for ton County that "With the ar- rival of key communist leaders in the United States, the need for more leadership of the free world is accentuated." Vendsel said that under the present administration, the po- sition of the United States in the free world has declined and the communist block has grown until it is now in the western hemisphere. "We must embark on a foreign policy that will tie the free world together once again through technical assistance, surplus disposal and other means within our ability." Senator Raymond Vendsel, Democratic-NPL Candidate for Congress said recently in Mot- University of North Dakota serving by the appointment of alumna, ~ was announced by five territorial and state gov- George W. Starcher University ernors, including Ordway, Pierce, president. Church, Millette and Miller. ~ ~O ~S /A~IC~IN~ YOU ~,~ F r/4/~ /~ //T, HO] ~./ TOlCI~I4T /Z/.~.lA,~--/r O~ ~ The gift is for the expansion "Twamley Administration ~ ArA~ ~r~V/~-i . ~ 70.JA// ~'/XE ~ J" ~tCAr)~/~] of the proposed Administration Building will perpetuate the Building at UND. '~I'he gift will memory of one of the great pion- permit the addition of a fourth eers in the area," Dr. Starcher floor and will make it one of said. "Mr. 3ames Twamley has the finest administration build- so well served the University ings in this country," Dr. Star- that he represents for all of us cher said. the best in service to the Uni- Miss Twamley had been asked v ersity and to the community." ~~~4 by her late brother to draw from Constructmn on the new struc- his estate to establish a suitable ture is scheduled to begin in the memorial to their father, James spring. It will be built south of / Twamley. Impressed by the an- the present administrative cen- nouncement that the new ad- ter, "Old Main." The new build- ministration building would being has been formally named named in honor of her father, "Twamley Administration Build- Miss Twamley is carrying out ing' by the State Board of High- CONFER ON U.N. STRATEGY-British Foreign Minister Lord Home confers at the White House with President Eisenhower on British-American strategy to be used at the United Nations General Assembly sessions in New York. Policies of the two nations must be completely coordinated, it has been agreed. Later, Lord Home said that Red attempts to extend the cold war to Africa could have "explosive" results for the world. her brothers' wish by provid- c~" Education. ing for the addition of a fourth An appropriation of $850,000 ~A'r~ /5 OUT TI ~. ~I:R:)N'T YOU /d/ANT M~ TO ~-7"0 ~ )"OLd I'~ $t~ItPL~ 1 floor, was approved by the North Da- I~IA/r/N~ PO~ TH~'#oAY-Ofit~. I HAAIDLK 1 ~ ~ James Twamley, father of the aota Legislature for the new 'q donor, may have been the first building, which will be of brick ~~! I ' ~" man to suggest that a Univers-construction and Collegiate Got- t~ ~ ~LI ity be established at Grand Forks. ic architecture, harmonizing with Miss Twamley said, "It gives me other buildings on the campus. great pleasure and real satisfae- The building will be L-shaped, ~~] ~-I~ "~.~ I I~ l~E~l~l~ tion to donate this money." with one wing extending to- ~iH "~ Miss Twamley intended the gift ward the west end and the other to ben meaningful and practicaltoward the south. The entrance ' % ~ ~ ~-~-- ~l~ gift which would become aliv- will be between the two wings, " /. ~ ~, ing symbol of service and an at an angle-facing the center of ~ ~l' ~ ~,~ r , inspiration to future generations, the Mall. ~ ~ ~2~~~~~ ~ P ,~'N~Y T~'ZL -- YE,~. /24 7"0 - ' - tfO,~ "rNA'~ YOU'~" 7"0 PAF ME j ~.~" %~" ';~'~I --~: ~- : -- ~ -A----Y " ~ ' ~" NAVAL RESEARCH LAB 7"o CHEAT /y .w l .k EV~'R~'TH/N~ / ~ A, REST ~ ~IOIN# 701 ! {~:~'!~35~ ~ 7"0 TA~P~,q IA//T/,A . ~,'~----" ~ :i~!~ .2- . OT 7O THE ~ ~~