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October 27, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DP iL I AM A CANDIDATE FOR O F B I L L I N G S C : ;! , I am fully qualified, and'ha" ii: i . more than 20 years teaching and:sui ervis,' ory experience . (Miss) Carol (Pol. adv. pd. for by Carol M. McBride) VOTE F OR S OF THE 39th LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT ON THE DEMOCRATrC TICKET If re-elected I promise to be for fair and "impartial Legislation and will represent Western Noah Dakota to the best of my ability. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) RE-ELECT THIRD COMM. DIST. -- BILLINGS C OUNTY Thanks for the splendid support given me in the Primary Election. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT IN THE COMING ELECTION WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. (Paid Pol. AdAr.) ELECT MIKE MALKO WSKI COUNTY FIRST +COMM. DIST. -- BILLINGS COUNTY I am exverienced in this office, having served two terms previously as your commissioner. If elected I will endeavor to serve you to the best of my ability. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED. { Paid Pol. Adv.l STANLEY MAIXNER Legislative Candidate From 39th District Endorsed by Democratic NPL Convention "My voting record during :the la~ session of the logislai~e is an open record to everyone," :i 0ti + YOUR SUPPORT in the Coming Election will be, appreciated J, ~i~ 5 ~ i:~ '?iii~' i = : ii Vote For THIRD COMM. DIST. -- BILLINGS COUNTY (Paid Pol. Adv.) 39th VOTE FOR CANDIDATE FOR SUPERINTENDENT of SCHOOLS BILLINGS COUNTY MEDORA, NORTH DAKOTA I will be fully qualified by Jan. 1, 1961. Your vote and support will be appreciated. Po. ad. spon. & pd. for by Pearl Ross Zilsdorf SENATOR Leland Roen State Representative, Lawrence Bowman Vote for all 3 Bill O'Connell Adin Miller ON THE REPUBLICAN TICKET (Sponsored by the Repu~bfiean Party of Billings Co $qoyd Oyhus, dhairman) Billings County Pioneer A Continuation ol "THE BADLANDS COW'BOY" Establish~l in 1888 A/~ICE L. I+EBO, ~ar~fflng Editor WALTER R. BRATTON Editor - Publlsh~" Subscription: $1.50 Der year in advl~m i~tered in the Post Offlc~ at M~m'~ I VOTE FOR Independent Candidale for S4ale Representative 39th LEGISLATIVE DIST'R/CT If elected I assure the voters ahat I will work ~'or the ~best ha- teres~s of the 39th Legislative District. Your voi~ and suppor! will be greatly apprecialed. (P& Pol. Advt.) O" k.+ :-,i+:! i ili iiii +: :.:i:-'::: i:~!:::~i~::::::::i3g:~""" - ========================= j ::::: +. >/::::;~ w - HOW DID YOU VOTE? No rustler how you voled, these facts on gasoline taxes are important to you: National Gasoline Tax Increase 1950- 959 Living Costs Gasoline Prices GASOLINE TAXES UP 51% IN TEN YEARS II I ii I II In North Dakota. car owners pay $1.00 tax on every 10 gallons of gasoline they buy! Gasoline taxes across the nation amount to a 50% sales tax-and that's five times as high as the tax rate on luxuries likediamonds and mink coats ? Since World War II, there have been three increases in the Federal gasoline tax alone. This brought the Federal tax to 4 cents a gallon, in addition to the State tax of 6 cents a gallant In the last ten years gasoline taxes have sky- rocketed 51%--yet the price o] gasoline itself has risen only 5.5 % during the same period! Each year the average motor vehicle owner in this state pays $65 ]or gasoline taxes alone. That's just a few dollars less than the average week's pay for most people! HIGHWAYS AND GASOLINE TAXES Your gasoline retailer, naturally, favors construction of the roads that the motoring public needs. He believes in fair and reasonable tax- ation for this purpose but feels that taxes on gasoline have now reached unreasonably high levels. He also believes that all special taxes on the motorist should be used only for highway purposes. Yet last year, out of every automobile tax dollar col- lected by the Federal Government from highway users, more than 40 cents went for non-highway pur- poses. If these automotive tax revenues were dedicated for high- way purposes, there would be no nccd for the latest increase in the federal gasoline tax. ,|i I . Presented In public Interest by the Gasoline Tax Education ' Oomm~,8?5 Lexl~A~enue, New York 22j I~p-,: I