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October 27, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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October 27, 1960

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nit istration oar, The h~gisl'Mive re~e~rch sub- c(mlmillee Oil edtlcation tills week discussed a proposed bill ~hich wouh:i ehange the struc- ture of the Mate board of admin- istration l;nder its present or~u~Fdzatiml, tile ilosId COII;DI'iscs fiv(' lncn-I- b(!lS, ihiee of VbOlll }tl?e appoint- {?(t t)y I}IC ~Ov(?rlIoI'~ 'Fi'IK! gover- ~toz:, stq)ermtendent of public in- structiotl, a~ d collliI~issH)tker ()[ af{rietlltHrt, a:ld labor also serw~ ex-olficio. This g;roup is changed with superwsing state penal and charitable institutions. Under the proposed bill. tim board would consist of seven per- sons appointed by the governor and confirmed by tile Senate. The term of tiff ice would be seven years, A full-time executive di- rector ~ould be hired by to board for day-to-day ad- ministrative work. The board would ,meet once a month to eonsider policy matters. That would be the most signifi- ,xmt char4',e Under the pre,~tlH rn:wts it:: policy :rod the three f:~lt-.tirne nltmlb(?rs--the ones ap- poi, 'd by the gow.'r~lor-;/dlnirl- i:;!er the policy. I:nder the ttew proposal, initial r :)ohltmet}ts to the board would }){' fl'OI'~i iN~e tO slJxeil years, %vith ~i~!? {t:i'iI~. It) exDh'e ench year, b4houM :: n~e:nber to appointed >hi:v the .%~.:m~ :s not ill seS- sion to consider confirmation, he ',',O'd]d serve at h,ast tlrltit tim S('n::tc did llleet ;~nd confirm him. lrnder tilt, },)resellt setup, salar- ic,~ of the board nlelrlbers Ltt'e ap?,ropriated by the l~e~islature and mi!eag~ ,m(l expenses are provided. The proposed new bill would would have b(~ar(l menlbers t)aid $1() per day ,vheP. tbey are meet- mR, ph;s mileage and expenses. The executive director wouM be responsible to tile board for :>(" determined by the board witl:- all his decisions. His salary would izl limits of lhe le ',islature's ap- ! r:>pri:dio;:s. iKNOW "PILLS OF PERDITION" IN WORLD WAR 1 THE KAISER'.S U-BOATS RAISED HAVOC WITH ALLIED SHIPPING. IT WAS YANKEE INGENUKY BACKED BY AMERICAN Great Plains Has New P001 (h'e:*t F'l:li~,:s tloy:dty Corpor- ::{IO.D }HIS OD('!Ie({ til'~ ;t /IO V Oil ticld (n' pool in its No 1 Gud- ,umgen. a wihtc:~t, h)cated in ~he NW NW Section 18-159-95, Williams ('otlnty, Alh:r: IAnderman. Fresident of the :': potation. said the well vzcq perforated from } 073' to 5067' in the Ncsson sectioa of the 5I;t(t;sc)ii zotie :Hid acidized wiih 250 gallons of mud acid. 'l'l~,~ X 'CII k)t?~-lall [0 flow imlnedi ately ~ifler acidtzing and was f{o,air>: at 13 barrels per bout. k::w<,kcd ci:icken will ke~p Vu'll it: :t [:l'k?ezcl' fDr ,LI yO;AIL a!l:{ (~ t t~t?lr pmltry for 6 :lonths. it' kept at zvro or foxier. Cooked pouliry (overed vith liquid ,ai! ~ce[) fiq (} Illolllhs: n(.)t covere({ '&i[t~ tH'fi~h i)r gl'aV)', 1 IliOll~h --:3-- if s(~cks are too tight or ~(),; lar 4c, tile]' C;ll: clo QS PALIch (t ll,~I/t~t~ lO y/lit!' fl.'et :1~< t)O( filled sl:(~t'S. ~elt Di~ ercd~t~ NW Bell Adds Engineering Group Here Paul F Stephenson, district engineer for Northwestern Bell Teleptmne Co. at Bismarck, has aIlilt)tlnced that the newly estab- lished telephone ent~ineering group of six engineers and cler- ical staff has established offices at 225- -West Broadway, shar- ing the second floor of the Trus- coil building with the district, commercial, plant and traffic or- ~::mizat ions. Stephenson said the group has been established in response to ~tlc ~'~lo vlb 111 connnttnication re- qttircmellts in western North l);ik,)ta. The grotlp will be re- sponsible for the engineering of otatside hqel:,hone plant, as welt :is central office equipment it: the western halt of tim state. IIARRIS A native of Ilarvey, H, A, Harris jollied the phone company there in I9-t6. serving with the Army Engineers from 1950 to 1952 :l~tt retta'ning to the con:- p:m3 ::t Wil!iston :is an equip- ment man. He was appointed manager at Velva in 1956 and transferred to the area engineering depart- ment at Fargo in August of that year. He is married and has three children and will reside at 415 Rosser. Harris is a member of the American Legion. lIolland Born at Deer Lodge, Montana, he attended grade and high school at Dummond, Mont be- ginning his telephone career in the plant department in 1946. He held successive positions as ser- 'ice man and tester at both Mandan and Bismarck until in i951 when he : ,as appointed managek" of the company's office at Beach. [~ 1952 he was transferred to Fargo as Results supervisor and iu 1953-54 he held successive as- si;Inments as chief tester and chief switebman in the Fargo ex- change. He also served as serv- ice forman until 1957 when he was transferred to the area eng- ineering group at Fargo. tlalland served in the United States Navy from 1943 to 1946. He is a member of the Elks and American Legion. Mrs. Hollanct and their three children will move to Bismarck as soon as suit- able housing can be obtained, 3IANION 13re'it at East Grand Eorks, Manion attended Sacred Iteart high sch(~ol and the Industrial Training Institute at Chicago. He began work with the telephone eon~t)any in Grand Forks in 1949, and held successive assigmnents there as serviceman, equipment- man, busines office representa- tive and Service foreman until 1953 when be was ~ to the Knights of Columbus. Mrs. Manion and their four children will establish reMdenee at Bis- marck. Moore Born at Harvey, Moore attend- ed grade and high school at Valley City and also attended North Dakota university. He be- gan his telephone career in the plant department at Valley City in 1936. and had successive as- signments as lineman, cable spli- cer helper and serviceman at Dickinson, Mandan, Fargo and Hettmger until 1946. In 1947 he became manager at Rolla and in 1950 service fore man at Bismarck. fie was trans- ferred to the area engineering department at Fargo in 1953. The Moores have two children and will establish residence at Bismarck. Radspinner Born at Turtle River, Minne- sota, Radspinner attended grade and high school at Bismarck and started work with the telephone corot)any in 1946. tle has held various assign- ments as serviceman, lineman and foreman at Nismarck until 1953 when al~i:ointed as engin- eer in the area engineering de- partment at Fargo. Radspinner is a member of the North Dakota National Guard with the rank of master sergeant. He is a member of the Elks, American Legion and the Veter- ans of Foreign Wars. Mrs. Rads- pinner and their two children will establish residence at Bis- marck ,hen housing can be ar- ranged. (~uamme Born at Hillsboro. Quamme at- "T (X