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November 3, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORAo N. DAIL RE-ELEC1 (Bill) W. Eichhorst STATE'S YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT IN THE COMING FOR BILLINGS COUNTY ELECTION WILL .BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. Lives Arc t in Your Hands (Paid Pol. A&v.) RE-ELECT COMMISSIONER THIRD COMM. DIST. -- BILLINGS COUNTY 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. Ajar.) RE-ELECT TO THE FROM THE 39th DISTRICT Thank you for your support on June 28th. I would appreciate receiving your vote on November 8th. (Pol. adv. pd, by Leland Roen) NORTH DAKOTA STATE Let's continue to keep our state finances on a current, day to day basis, with daily controls on.all state expenditures; UPUSLICAN t HOSPITAL NOTES I SURGERY Mrs. Russell Noyes and Mrs. Walter Hubble. N.E~cV ADMISSIONS ~. Gee. Melaschenko, Virgil San-~ dona, Marcia Kukowski, Merle Scheeli, Mrs. Olga Nunberg, Leo- nard Wirtzfeld, Mrs. Dan Thomp- son. RESPONSIBLE PERSON-- male or female, irom this area, wanted to service and collect. from automatic vending mach- ines. No selling. Age not essent- ial. Car, references, and $600 working capital necessary. 7 to 12 hours weekly nets to $250 monthly. Possibility full time work. For local interview give full particulars, phone. Write P. O. (Box 7004, Mpls. 11, Minn. Vote against repeal of safety laws (SO. and paid for by the N. O. Rail Road Safety Council, Alton $chtmlla, Blsrnarc~ oresldqmt.} VOTE FOR Republican Candidate For Re-election To The Office Of Comndssioner of Agriculture and Labor 'our vote and support will be apprecialed. (Pol. Adv. sponsored a~d paid for by Ma1~ Dahl) MIKE O. ELECT MALKOWSKI COUNTY COMMISSIONER FIRST COMM. DIST. --- BILLINGS COUNTY I am experienced 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.) VOTE FOR t OF THE 39th LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT ON THE DEMOCRATi C TICKI If re.elected I promise to be for fair and imluxtinl Legislation and will represent West re North Daketa to the best of my ability. (~& Pol. Adv.) Re-elect J. ARTHUR Tax Commissioner NO-PARTY BALLOT Sponsored and Pald For By J. Arthur Engen RHIFIRRED MEASURE #2 SECTION 2. EFFECT OF ACT. No person employed as a brakeman on any railroad in this state on the effective date of this Act shall be discharged or lose his emplo]tment by reason vf the provisions of this Act. However, whenever a brakeman retires, terminates or leaves his employment the railroad company need not replace the poai tiea m vacated, unless it is to flu a mandatory pmitlon under Sectioa I of this Act. SAFETY IS NOT A FACTOR according to the official findings of:. Harry S. Truman's Presidential Board-- 1948 New York Public Service Commission-- 1960 Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Connecticut Public Service Commission North Dakota State Legislature-- i 959 When the antiquated, 4I-year-old Surplm Brakeman law is repealed in North Dakota, no surplus brakeman or railroad employee will lose his job. Rights of surplus brakemen now holding such jobs are guaranteed by law and by the pledge of the Presidents of all Rail- roads operating in North Dakota. Today, North Dakota is the only Midwest state with this old-fashioned law -- which wastes thousands of dollars which should be used for p :oductive men and equipment. In 1959, Your North Dakota egldature repealed this unfair and antiquated law. Vote YES to uphold their decision. . (Fol~d Adv spamcced and pqJd far by Nwth Oak~o RoUwoy Lines, kvln 5n/~,$~;'?, 81smorck)