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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK. TttURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1960 New Safflower Processing Plant At Culbertson m l~ .~Depo"+ Deer ed to report observations of these marked deer. Also, if any such Wearing Collars deer were bagged during the deer season, they should be re-i The State Game and Fish De- ported. Biologists want to know par~ment wants information about the date, location and colors ofi deer wearing brightly colored '~a:~ and collars seen or recover- collars, announced Jim McKen-ed. zie, big game biologist : In an effort to obtain research New Employees -- DOGS' HAIR PROBLEMS By Bob Bartos Manager, Friskies Research Kennels data concerning deer movements Mr. and Mrs. Lymen Patchen, i near the Theodore Roosevelt Na- Could dogs comment on the ,~ formerly of Bismarck, arrived in state of their appearance, many tional Park in the Badlands ]?each last week to assist Mr. and! would be forced to admit "my Southwestern N. D big gam= Mrs Howard Lewis with man-[ hair is just a mess." biologists have tagged deer with agement of the Beach Rest Home. l This is a sad reflection on colorful collars and ear tags. The The Patchens are the parents their owners, for it means lack c~llars and tags are brightly col- of Richard Patchen, who taught of proper grooming. In addition ored and reflect hght at mght " " a.t the local elementary school! /I Huntersi~and motorists are ask- m~last year. ~ i i ~ ( I R INCHEF S- Have available for immediate l delive .ry. lc n:ro"e t: ing accomplishes four things: 18% to 44% protein cattle feed; it helps keep a dog clean; it helps get rid of dead hair which often causes a dog to scratch; also 41% cottonseed cake from " burrsfr mit helps keep tangles and matSdeveloping;and foreignit materialrem ves T from the coat. exas. If you b~ven't groomed your pet for a while and his coat is in pretty sad shape, don't feel Here are the remedies for H,~ problems. When faced with . some of the most knotty hair ,Beack N. D TR 2-4107 burrs and sticktights, work some petroleum jelly or rain. eral oil into the tangle. You'll ' be surprised how easily they'll slip out. If you discover tar or chewing gum at the core of a mat, apply a piece of ice to the spot. This hardens the gum or tar makes it easy to remove. If you have acetone in the house, it does an equally good job. Mats are your most common problem, particularly with long haired dogs. Snipping them out with scissors leaves an unsight. ly bare spot. Patience is your best tool. Separate the mat into fine strands with your fingers and then work through each strand with the end of a coarse comb. Hold the matted strand as close to the skin as possible with one hand. Wield the comb with the other hand so that the pull of the comb will be against your hand instead of the. dog's hide. Regular grooming will usually prevent the develop. ment of most of these problems. Feedl-g Tip: Hard-working dogs require larger amounts of food than those leading a quiet life. A safe, dependable, all- purpose dog food such as Friskies provides dogs with all necessary vitamins and rain. 7"" -j+q. " ' 5ym z Research Hope is Visi1ed by Small Birth De ects Vicffm The lights dim, and in] the darkened high-ceilinged room a somber-faced little boy stares at the pilot light of a towering microscope. This is the electron micro- scope at Ohio State University Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, a giant inquiring eye nine feet tall, capable of magnifying the human cell 100,000 times. The small boy with the rather sad little face is Kevin Sharp, 3Vz years, of Grove City, Ohio, who wanted to see a jumbo-sized version of the toy microscope given him on his last birthday by his doctor. Kevin has to see his doctor i regularly because he is a vic- tim of spina bifida, or open spine. He is paralyzed from the waist down and cannot play ball--or indeed play much at anything. Such mobility as he has is made possible by his crutches and leg braces. Kevin's is one of the signifi- cant birth defects the cause of + which is being pursued today by The National Foundation with New March of Dimes con-i tributions. Congenital malfor- mations afflict 250,000 infants annually in the United States and are responsible for the deaths of 34,000 babies each year who are stillb6rn or die within four weeks of birth. The health organization's ex- panded program also includes arthritis and continued work in polio, gevln Sharp, 3 years, of Grove City, Ohio, victim of birth In . his excitement, while defect of an open spine, stands before huge nine-foot elec- reacn~ngst t rs~raemeeY~PmI~eev?n: tron microscope at Ohio State Un,vers,ty Hosp,tal, Columbus. ~)~ebably didn't know' that in Instrument is used in March of Dimes-supported research the ultra-powerful lens of such. into congenital malformations. electron m~c~scopes, scientists] foe he was bo~n. By c~mpar-'lfeet e~ch are now mucl~ tm-'l able accident hav~ happened to ing normal and abnormal cells]prov d due to surgery and Jus~ Hut we count our h~.~ under tremendous magnifica-lphysical therapy. Heis, a bravelin~s Perhaps fewer Kev~ns tion, researchers hope to dis- ] and happy little fellow even if I will" be born to tho no~-t o cover, for example, why Kev- ] he sm les so rarely. My hus- I eration We certainly nrav " in's spine never fused during[ band and I thank God that! m. ", ~. . ~ "-- ~.~o +ho, h .l today wider res~aroh ;o ~,~-,-! xne llgn~s return ana, sup- some other httle boy or g~rl ~sJdone into b~rth defects. I oraces solemn n~ue r~ewn born wRh excess fired on thel She adds somewhat "wist,]stru~o~es back from the micro- brain--another baffling birth[fully" " |oco~: But at that morn~,* defect which The National "M h ~ "" " ~"" " I y usband Gerald and I|loo~mg up at h~s mother, Founaauon is s~uaylng ,- [met in an orphanage in Xenia,|there s the suggestion of a A~ ms turin, aoctors gave ~ Ohm. We became childhood| smile around the corners of his Kevin only a few hours to'sweethearts. Like other youngJmouth. ~", Leave for Calif.-- tion. He and Mrs. Barnhart left ~ ~.~ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barnhart left Monday of this week for the ~1~t~" ~ ~k~ Medora a week ago Sunday by west coast where they will spend ~~m~-~ ~.',~ car for Minneapolis, where they three months with relatives an~ ~~" ~ spent Thanksgiving with their friends before returning to Me- NOTICE FOR BIDS daughter Joan and family. While dora in the spring to open The Notice is hereby given by the there he also had a checkup and Log Cabin Bar and their groc, undersigned, that sealed bids will found thee he was in A-1 condi- ery store. be accepted for shingling the Village Hall. The size of the~ building, the material required and other specifications and re- quirements are now with the Clerk of the Village of Medora, North Dakota. Bids will be opened on the 13th day of December, 1960 at the hour of 7 p.m. at the Village' J| ~'~$~ -~. ~i|~I~ Hall. i The Village Board reserves the! right to reject any and all bids. Village of Medora, ,i By Joan White " Clerk of the Village Board. ] Nov. 27 - Dec. 1-8 t Work safely---live ranger: care. i lessness can kill you! i Give Me Doris Dodson, Please !" The young hove fashion everyone's talking about the ] re.sleeved e] rmer with tt swishy-skirt that's ringed w~th jet strlpes and its own little back-lmtto~~ crop-top jacket. 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