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November 3, 1960

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NOTICE OF I GENERAL ELECTION j Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1960 at the polling places in the various precincts in the County of Billings, State of North D~kota a General Election will be held for the election of State, Dis- h~ict and County Officers, which election will be opened at nine o'clock A. M and will continue open ~til seven o'clock P. M of that d~DYated at Medora, North Dakota this 21st day of October, 1960. Daniel Osadchuk County Auditor (SEAL), B,llm~ County (Oct. 27~Nov. 3) LIST OF PREGINGT NJU$1ZS AND VOTING PLACEI, BILLnfGS COUNT'/', NORTH DAKOTA The following are the nameg of 'the precincts of the County of BW- l~D, State of North Dakota, the territory fL~W]$tdbed and the looatlon the i~olling ~laces within each pre- cinct. MIKK]ff~ON PRECINCT -- Comprl- ~all of townships 148 and 144 I02 and the west half of Ips 143 and 144 Ran~ 101. Otln$ place at the Jack R. Con- .l~ell mesidence, Section I, Twp. 143 ~ange I0~. and all of Townships 139 and 140. State Treasurer Billings ~oun;y Attorney General CERTIFICATE OF NO]~I~ATIOHS Commissioner of Insurance LEGISLATIVE OFFICES Commissioner of Agriculture & La- bor REPUBLICAI~ Public Service Commissioner STATE SENATOR I00 and all of Township 138 RangeI NO-PARTY BALLOT 392h DISTRICT 101. Voting place at the Rocky Ridge l State and District Offices NA1W.E: schoolhouse in Section 16. Township[Judaea of the Supreme Court LELAND ROEN 137 Range 100. Two: ADDRESS: One --- Regular Term CUSTER PRECI-~"T -- Comprising One -- Unexpired Term I Boa,man. N. Dak. MEMBER OF HOUSE OF HALL PRECIN~"'~-- Compr~' ot all Townships 14~ and 144 Range I00 and the east half of TownshJ~p~ 14~ and 144 Rmage 101. Voting place at the schoolhouse in Section ~, Town- shlp 14S Ran~ 10~ E2~IFE RIVER PRECINCT- Com- ~gall of Townships 143 and 144 99. Votin$ place at the Falr- eld Schoolhouse in Section 22 Town- ~N~OW PI~CI2~CT Comprising all ,of Townships 143 and 144 Pvan, ge 98. w. otin~ place at the Joint schoolhouse Ln Section 7 Township 143 Range 98. ~DIAN SPRINGS PREOINCT~m- [ 0 e > North Dakota farm income has gained an estimated 30 million dollars annually ,through NDAC agricultural research and experimentation. Throughout the nation, land-grant institutions, in 42 other states who have been given "unive ity" r ,ognition receive up to one-third of their agricultural r arch funds from out-of-stat grants. NDAC--through lack of recognition--received only per cent of it, agricultural re trch funds through, out-of4tat grant M 195549. N0rth Dakota asrieulture deserves mor than this! VOTI to e able yow slate unlverdly for agricultwe to effectively compete for oubof-d~te graols. .VOTE YES to ive North Dakota the reco~ion i~ receives i. 42 other states. VOTJE YES . . . to help Horlh Dakota expand its agricultural research and ex- perlmentation program--at no additional cost to the taxpayer. VOTE YES . to make your state university for agriculture "in fact"--a state university in name. |ADING NORTH DAKOTA FARM ORGANIZATIONS HAVE GIVEN THEIR WHOLEHEARTED SUPPORT. North Dakota farm organizations realize that NDAC has long been a state university "in'faet"--now they support the move to make it a state university in name. In I960 report of the U.S. Office of Education underlines the fact that NDAC meets all state university requirements. VOTE THIS MODERN NAME FOR A MODERN UNIVERSITY. NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE AND APPLIED SCIENCE. (Pol. A~L spon~0ved and paid for Comm Robert & N~$et, NAME: M, C. TESCHER ADDRESS: ~ ~I. HOEt Sentinel Butte, N. Dak. Christine STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) EINAR HOE~ % County of Billings Christln8 I, Daniel Osadehuk, County Audi-] G~T ~OLN~E Waloott tor of Billin~ ('oun, ty, No, th ARNOLD SKARVOLD Dakota, do hereby certify that the Walcott foregoing is a true and correct (Oct. 27-Nov. list of the names and addresses of all persons for whom nomination pap- era have been filed f~or Legislative Offices. according to tl~e several pet- itions on file in my of(lee. Dated at Medora, Nnrth Dakota, this 21st day of Oct 1968. Daniel Osadchuk County Auditor Billings County N. Dak. (Oct. 27-Mov. 3) STATEbKENT OF TREA~IRF ~I ANNUAL REPORT FOR PUBLICATION RECEIPTS IN GEN'ERA,1L (Amounts Received by School Dis- trict Treasurer between July 1, 1959 and June 30, 1960. A Cash in General Fund iln hands of District Treasurer) July 1, 195~. coming Election "co be held on Tues- day, the Eighth day of November A. D 1960. I .further certify that Presidential C.andtdate Nomirm tions have been filed in this office as folIows: Re- publican, Nixon; Democratic, ~en- nedy: Socialist Workers Party, Dobbs; and that these surnames should ap- pear uvon the official haUot as re- quired by Section 16-II06, N. D. R. C. 1943. Dated at Bismarck. North Dakota this 6th day of O~tober, 1.960. (GREAT SEAL) Ben Meier Secretary of State 1~.49 To the County Auditor, AIII. Grand Total cash on hand and CERTIFICATE OF NOMINATIONS rm ney credited to General Fund (Total of items A, AI, AII) as of July In accordance with statutory pro- I,1 1959 126.49 visions governing the certi ieation of. Total amount received dua'i~ nominations for General Eta{tiaras, I, year from Apportionment of State Ben Meier, Secretary of the State Tuition 248.50 ~h~aNOrth .Dakot.a, do hereby eer~/fy 2. Total amount received dm'In4t t the tollowmg named candidates year fPom County Equalization fund ve been duly nominated ~or the of- county share 3,012.~ rices set opposite their names to be 3. Amount received during year from voted for in your County a~ the State Equalization Fund: a. (State Share) Co. Equalization fund :~2.45 5. Amount received during year from taxes levied by District School Board (General Fund) 496.55 6. Amount- received during yeae rom o~ner ~evenue Receipts Oil and gas 449.42 8 Amount received during year ~ales of Certifioates of Indebtedness a15.67 10. Amount ~eceived from other non-revenue receipts 1,496.05 B. Total Amount received by School Treasurer during year (Total of items I to I0 inclusive) 6,~49.17 C. ~rand Total amount received REP~BLICAM by School Distrlct Treasurer includ- PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS lng cash on hand (Item AIII and WOLF Item B ) 6,975.@5 Zeeland EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND HAROLD HOFSTRAND Amounts Pald During Year for the Chu r~h s Ferry Fol|owJng Pu~Posas: MRS. OSCAR SOPA ~E i. AdminLstration [6 . 75 Buxton 2.~nstructional Service 3,250.70 SH.ARPE PREUTZ 3.Other Services 1,246.22 Kul~n 4.OPeration of Plant 489.68 REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 5.Maintenance of Plant 123,12 HJALMAR C. NYGAARD Fixe~l Charges 128.56 Enderlin 7.Capital Outlay 150.00 DON L. SHORT D. T~>tal Amount Paid During Medora ] SchoolYear by DistrictTreasurer STATE SENATOR I 5,655.03 E. Casl~ on hand In General Fund 39".h District as of June 30. 1960 (Item G. Treas. LELAND ROEN Bowman, N. D. Reg~l. including Cert. of Deposit BEPRESENTATIVES and U, S. Bonds lj~2~.fi3 Cash Balances in Special Reserve, 39th District Building, R~reation, Bond, Co~u~n~c- A. R. MILLER Beach. N. D. flon, High School Tuition, and High WILLIAM {BILL) O'CON'NELL School Trarmportation Funds. Belfield, N. D. I - Warrants Issued July I, 1959 to LAW~ G. ~OW~I~AN June 30, 1960 (Item B, Clerk's Annual BOwman, N.D. RePort) 5,655.03 C. P. DAHL GOVERNOR STATE OF ~ NORTH DAKOTA ) County of Billings ) ss Cooperstown Whitetail School District No. 12 ) LIEIlrrENAIWF O0~OR I do solemnly swear that to the best. ORVILJ ~ W. HAGEN of my knowledge and belief the with- Arn, egard in is a true and correct report of all SECRETARY OF STATE BEN MEIER moneys received and paid out by m@ Napoleon as School Treasurer. Mrs. Andrew D. Hacker STATE AUDITOR Treasurer of Whitetail School Did- CURTIS OL~ON triet No. 12. Valley City Subscribed and sworn to before me STATE TRF.A~,~ this /3th day of July. 1960. JOHN R. ERICKSON Bismarck B. M. Y~urk ATTORNEy OEHERAIr. LESLIE R. BL'RGU'M III Jamestown V O T E F O R COIV11~SSIOH~R OF n~8~E A. $. Jensen Jamestown COMX'R OF AGm~LTUI~ AND I.ABO1 O-PAmTY mzm~mm~ATlOmm [ l~a~lar Term I aBORT C. l ~k $~h LEGISLATIVE D~ I ~n~xp/r~ Ten. ] ~ ~ H elec~ I assure 'ab.e voters {hat I will Work ~or the best in- I~ or ~ mmTm~r O~mT teres~ of the 39th Legisl~tve [RoY K. Rn~P'ZX~ District. I A.D .t mmr Tour --a.d .uppo will. m s m ly (i~d. Pal. Adv.) Botta~au ,Win. W.a . Eschhor BELFIE LD I Dm~OCS~TSC SATURDAYS | pmu)~rnutL ELZCTOmS [~ BRiGhT MONDAYS - WEDITESDAYE I ~ --- aud --. co~.M. COPENHAVI~ 'I~JESDATS - THUR,SDAYS Beach MEDORA AI.~ERT LOCKWOOD REHpI~ESE]~gA~ ~ CONGRESS ANf~ J. ANDERSON