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I t t SECOND CE REMOl --Actor Victor Mature, 45, and his British bride, Adrienne Joy Urwlck, 25, mile happily after they were inarried for second time in Ague Caliente, Mexico. They were married in secret, September 27, on the Isle of Capri, but the record couldn't be found and they de~ided to reweeL Cities Control State onomy.Pamphlet Charg Bismarck att y " liam R. ~ M111 ha~ written n 14 n ~ h nblot ann wnite proauctions but most are - aoe o , "The Spider Web" in which he in color. Nearly all are "talkies". : - '. Most of the films have been pur- deals with Twm Cities control of North ak a " chased by the department from eom- D ot busmess Subtitl' ed "How Strings Are Pulled merclal film companies and from ~- ~'rorth Dakota" the "ublication other state and federal conservation " he late n . agencies. However the North Da- is dedmated to t Se . Wfl- . .- ~ ~ ~ ~ o~ ~ ~ ~ ~^, kota Wlldhfe Federatmn, State Bow- nan .Ls. Lange. a.~, o~ o .~ a uv~- nun~er's Assoclauon ana otner lax a copy. groups have purchased films and Mills mcludes in hm booklet a r web drawin~ which renre donated them to the library In spade - ~.: . . aa(nuon sucn eompames as worm sents mterloekmg control of North ~ Daknta'~ ernnnmv bv 18 Minne~r~li~ uumoors, ~por~sman's ~ervlce ~u- -- '.?~=-,~q~.-;'L "L' ' ,~ "J-:~--;7, reau and National Rifle Association aIltl ~t r'idtAl t:Ul~J~)ld~lUll~. ~111~ qO 1 -- nave aonarea some nwns industrialists are indicated at vat- ious crosspoints on the web. Films may be used free by any The pamphlet also includes a re- production of a letter signed by Vernon R. Pederson and T. L. Sec- rest as co- chairman of a "Contribu- tions for Good Government Com- mimittee' and sent to highway de- partment employes who .had not contributed to the Republican par~y as of the week of May 5, 1958. Among his targets are Gay. John E. Davis and several other Republi- can state officials. Separate articles deal with the Bank of North Da- kota, electric power costs, use of lignite coal stockpiles, the new salt plant at Williston and North Da- kota oil well spacing. group wanting to show them at meetings or in classrooms. The only cost to the user is that of return postage and insurance. However, films are very expensive and those using them are asked to handle with care. Use of these films slows down in summer months, but picks up decid- edly in winter. As high as 20 films a day are sent out at times during the winter. Thus, the necessity of making frequent substitutions when requests are received. All films are checked, repaired and cleaned each time they come back and before being sent out again. This takes much time and Mills in his dedication says "the effort by department members. fight to de-colonize North Dakota Snce time often is not available, this has been going for a long time. process sometimes slows down the The greatest champmn of the people chain of operations. Also. many of is dead." the films come back in such poor shape that many splices ha~re to be made after each use. So. the life of an expeusive~ film is-.Pot very long. Office Lends Films presently in the library cost from $25.00 to over $350.000 apiece. Wildlife Filn Only one (Badland Bucks) was film- ed in North Dakota The North Dakota Game and Fish Department offers many services to I~ ~~ ~ the public. Nearly all are paid for ~,5~~ I from sportsmen's license fees, since the department receives no state tax Ir, f W~ money. IF" is a motion picture film library. The department mantains,a li- brary of between 45 and 50 16 ram. minute lengtl to feature films of about 40 minutes duration. St~b- ject matter covers hunting and fish- ing, first aid, water and gun safety, basic conservation and natural his- tory. Many of the films are especially designed for use in schools and are, --~l~ m ,~N,| on various age levels. Others are for [ any age audiences and many for] [~i~'I"[~ adult consumption. Many are black i m e Mandan State Training School Supt. Thomas R. Crouse does not~ and Museum-Miyajima Island and come within North Dakota's nepo-Itemples at Hiroshima: the old Im- tism statute~ Atty. Gen. Leslie R. portal Palace at Kyota; five-storied Burgum concluded in an opinion Pagoda a Nara; Imperial hotel and signed Thursday noon. The attorney general ruled that Crouse and superintendents of other institutions "managed, con- trolled and governed by the North Dakota state board of administration do not come within the prowsions of section 44-0409 of the North Da- ployment of near relatives by state officials and department heads. Burgum cited another section. 54-2301, which he said explicity gives the board of administration full power to manage, control and gov- ern the training school, among other shrines in Tokyo; giant bronze Buddha and Mt. Fuji at Kamakura, and Sacred Bride at Nikko. Information about sights and costs may be secured from Miss~ Wees- nor, Art Department, NDAC, Fargo. Hall Group to Meet In February The big job of picking one person associated with North Dakota for institutions, placement in Statuary Hall in Wash- State Sen. Charles Murphy of inaton has begun. Mandan immediately sought to haveThe North Dakota Statuary Hall the ruling set aside, calling an the Commission, created by the 1959 attorney general's office to disquali- Legislature, has held its initial meet- fy itself, ing and put out a statewide call Murphy said the attorney general for suggestions. Any person interest- should ask the State Bar Assn. to ed is asked to contact one of the recommend two of its members Commission and submit names of to make the ruling instead, persons deserving the high honor. The next meeting of the group is OPIENTAL ART TOUR tentatively slated for Bebruary 13, OFFERED BY NvDAC according to Rep. Murray Baldwin, A travel course to study Oriental Fargo, who was elected chairman of art is planned for next summer by the Commission. the North Dakota Agricultural col- Other members are Ralph Chris- lege summer session and school of tensen, Minot; E. J. Franta, Lang- home economics, don; Mrs. James E. Beck and Mrs. Miss Kathryn Weesner, NDAC Marion J. Piper, Bismarck: Mrs. chairman of related art, said pre- Natalie Adamson, Beach; Herman sent plans are for the tour to leave Stern, Valley City; Charles E. Scott, Fargo on June 20th, visiting shrines, Dickinson; Mrs. Bernard J. Ken- palaces, museums, parks, gardens, nedy, Sentinel Butte; and Mrs. Yes- craft shops and markets in Japan. per Lewis, Rolette. The trip will take" twenty-two Statuary Hall has a niche for two days, flying by Trans-Ocean Air- notable's from each state. North lines, and will include stops at Okin- Dakota has not used either of its awa and seven major cities in two selections. The Commission is Japan. A visit to Hang Kong and to recommend possible choices to Taipei may be included by adding the 1961 legislature. seven additional days of travel. To help with suggestions, the Three credits, undergraduate or group lists 14 fields it would like graduate, will be given for the to see represented by the names tour. The group will study Oreintal submitted. They are: works of art within the cultural and geographical settings for which they were created. Examples from ancient times to the present will be studied and the group will see craftsmen at work making ceramics, cloisonne, textiles, paper, damascene and lacquerware. Hightlights of the trip will in- clude a castle at Osake: Peace Tower Statesmanship, public service, science and agriculture, medicine. Jdurnalism, education, r e 1 i g i o n, literature, early settlers, theater, business, military, aviation and law. North Dakota is th leading flax producing state in the nation and normally produees half the nation's flax supply. It tntm~ 8 team to keep truffle safe, according to 41ton ~cbuet~. president of the Nortb Dakota RoD-Road Safety Council. Farmers. busbeessmen, hoosewIves, and e~er~e~ who d~ve$ mast cooperate with the trainmen i~ keepinll ernuings safe for modern [raffle. 8ebuette warns that winter mon~m are d~nger months at rnflrnad erow~D wbers now apd lee eoUeet end make the rsadwa~ sflPPer~. Approach ersm~D enrsl~dl~ . . . and waW.~ out for tin ta~lmmen ~ey'rn wnteb~g eg~ f~r N,D. RA|L-.RO&D S.~k~xeWT OOUNOIL North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage --- Gels Results BUYING SELLING Rotes: 14c per word first insertion--no ad less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandan Street BISMARCK, N. D. Livestock PUR----~" B---REI)-POLLF D HEREFORD Bu,~ and heifers. A. E. Nelson. Wilton, N. /I Honors Morris Public Assistance The Lloyd Spetz Post No. 1, Bis- marck American Legion, has pre- sented a life membership to Su- preme Court Justice James Morris, who has been a member of the American Legion for 42 years and a member of the Bismarck post for the past 26 years. Judge Morris was the first com- mander of the Carrington Legion pos~. The life membership award was presented by Eldred F. Welch, com- mander of the Bismarck Post. Welch reviewed Judge Morris' service with Legion projects. He said that Judge Morris was, to his knowledge, the only Supreme Court Justice that each year gives up one week of his Vacation to be a Boys State direc- tar. Judge Morris has worked with the Boys State program since it was originated and each year directs a realistic court trial at Boys State to show the workings and procedures of the laws of the land and the courts. The judge was given a stand- ing ovation from the membership. Outlook Dim For Action For Sale Or Trade Qua-'-'~Ity V-----~olin-'--s. Cello------~ and Guitars~. .ll~l'l('ed low, easy ternls. ,elmlrln$ ,~ ~ re-generate. Carl Schulz, 1001 8th St Bismarck, N. D, For S~tI~, o~-~" trade ,m young st~'~-~-~ek eow~s 150 h*.ad of western (-'ohlmbia type ewes. Hilton Johnson, ]Valhalla N. Dak. Bred April for 15. ' 27 Personal 38 CARE FOR UNMARRIED MOTHE,~ "Jorence Crlttenton Home 111 lSth S~ south, Fargo, North Dakota. Writs superentendent for information. All In- quiries confidential. HELP FOR UNMARRIED MOTHER9 counsel ann nur~/mg care. Write HOUN of Mercy, 1505 5th Avenue South Fsr{~o North Dakota. All inquiries confidential Notice 29 LARGEST wholesale supply In U. B Furniture, clothing, Appliances, auto~ ~hd accessories, farm equipment, tools, ~orusewares new products, Imports. ~. eeoaetans. Associated ~rhole~alare, t~ox ~068-BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa. 8tf EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTLrNITY Re- liable man or woman from this area to distribute complete line of cig- arettes, candy, nuts or gum through new automatic vendors. No selling, we will establish accounts for you, To qualify Party must have car. refer- ences, and cash capital of $800 which is secured by Inventory. Excellent earnings P~rt time-full time mroe. For Personal interview give phone, etc. Write PO Box 156, Rochester, Minn- esota. 27 Wish to lease wheat and livestock outfit with equipment c~tsh or share basis. John Dahlke, Richardton, N. Dak. 27 Wanted: Any new or old American coins. ]877 Indian head $5.00 1909 S Indian Head $5.0{) .1909 S. Lincoln head $2.00 I914 D Lincoln Head $5.00 193i S Lincoln Head $3.00 On Nalural Gas Nordstog, Box 855, AlexAndria0 Minn. 27-28 LEARN AUCTION WA~RING, TERM SOON Big Free Catalog 27 Years Arisen Anderson, president of the oW.o~:lds Largest School Ma.so~ Cttv state public service commission, says -~, ~owa. ~7 37 the Michigan Gas Co and national ~ .~ coal interests will ask the federal Female Help Wanted power commission for a re-hearing on a recent decision to allow Can- NUBS~I AI~STHETIST For 893 bed adian natural gas into the United general hospital. 40 hour week. Unl- States. forms furnlshed: ~Pald hasp: Insiirancs " . . Liberal vacation, sick lea~re No matter what happens, th~s wlll ~ne . other - fits. Maintenance availa01e. TOI~ mean a rang aemy m natural gas lsalary. Write or phone Per~onne! Dt. service to eastern North Dakota[rector. Miller Hospital. St. Paul, Mln. communities and to several hundred -~sota. 51, I ~owns in Minnesota, Wisconsi- ~.al~ - - otl~er midwest points," Anderso'n~t'e~. [ POr ~lle 8 cmred, l-Link belt buchet on load ]Inquire Last fall the power commission[ .Wachter Transfer Co. Bls~. ),- granted an application to Midwest-[Dal{. ~-2~; (Thls CARE package represents what gee| to the [ern Gas Transmission Co, to dis ~~ ", : x~eg~sterea AppoIOO~RS and needy of Colombia . . . other essortments of this tribute natural gas from Canada to [hoqrUarte~orses, and also some grade corn, wheat end milk go to 14 other countries, eastern North Dakota and other lwa r: net B-R Ranch, Route 4, depending on local ueeds end customs.) midwestern points. [ te town, So. Dak. Phone 35 27 Commissioner Anderson said coal[For Sale: Hardware and Implement THIS IS FREE U. S. SURPLUS FOOD FOR HUNGRY interests are asking for a re-hear-[, business Must sell. Due to poor ing because of competition and ~earlmth /0~x[ng. $100,00000 annually. REFUGEES AND NEEDY FAMILIES O V E R S E A S ! l Michigan Gas is askin= h,~ ~ ~ . ~u building on main high- YOUR DOLLARS PACK IT UP AND PUT ff RIGHT power commission refus"~to~=rd',:: mway: w te Ad N " 12859, Box 90, Bls- IN THE HANDS OF THE WORLD S H U N G R V. I l e ie roGmaSid 2U nldli mo THESE CARE PACKAGES HAVE YOUR NAME AND l wisconsin to distribution lm2 e ts, doctor's ',bsuzzlt.~ Ill clinic ana beauty snap. Nice monthly ADDRESS ON THEM: MAKING ~ [ Michigan [ Michigan SGasUpperthinkspeninsula.it shouldHe saidre. "~w'onjamW[lo~n.T'N~." 2ael~s, ~IS 7thT~. SEND A DOLLAR FOR EACH l ceive the same treatment. Plane PACKAGE YOU WANT SENT TO THE WORLD'S I Under a proposed plan, Canadian S r'or ale l0 HUNGRYlll,l gas would be distributed h, ; vj ~.~ zklrplane Tar sale---1956 Champion De- I ern States Power Co to Grand luxe. 430 hours, TT. Never damaged. Forks and Fargo areas only There Always hangared. Electrical eWsteln, ($1 will send I package. $15 will send l$ packages Its a great deal of opposition to ~he L lee new $2995= Box 2~, Poplar, ~ontatm, rhone ~orter 8-$3~ 26-27 ] ptan tram centrm ana eastern Norm todifferent countries --- with a good chance of cor- [ Da%k:otame~ties who fear that no other Farms For Sale 2 r-,pondence ~rom the far e~,ners o, the -arth.| IS pany WOUla serve them with . . = . ,the two major markets tied up, Well improved Eastern Montane Yel- l Anderson explained low stone Valley Ranch ~40@ A Deed- " " ed ~t~t~ Lease 70() farm-ha Subi [ However, he pointed out this op- ed Mead-w ** .L Y" rrtge~t- ~ I position was voiced too late to have 0[0~.A, School bus. Run 200 cattle $116,- '~ ,I III MIDWEST REGIONAL OFFICE ' own vei roan. 125 E. Wells St Milwaukee 2, Wis. [[ interestsany effeCtwillOn thehavefirStanotherhearing.chanceThese Da~.: Walter Huklll, Cartwright,28.27N. ] to be heard if a re-hearing, is ora,~- ~---~----------- Enclosed please find $ ; for CARE PACKAGES led, or if an appeal is ~'~ade from e alTrl r~qu]pment 4 to be distributed, in my ~eme where they are most needed. [ the first hearing, Anderson conclud- ca. and Chrysler-Plymouth caa---'b~[ My Name [ --'C:]--- ness .at Plentywood, Montana. Long " estanusner, wonuerful oDDortunlty. [ ,~emg aeve~opea oy u~u~ *s, a owner retiring. For price and terms, Address ~~ [enemmaa .mat re.axes woof sacks write owner P. G. Neville, $03 ~t lane swea~ers-snrinKproof without ~ent, Mlssoul~ Moat. ~7 ~8 C|fy Zone State lharrning the natural qualLties of --/~o, th Dakota N -J:'~'-" [wool. ew~qmper A~ Bismarck, N. Dak. 1959--2"/ FREDRICKSON ORTHOPEDIC qNC Artificial IAmbs - Stump $oela Walkers - Wheel Chah~ Repalrs of All mak~ of LIml~ 1440 4th Ave. N. AD~ 5-,5~7 Fargo, N. D. Brick is beautiful ond ever- Iosting, economical to build with ond free from mointe- nonce costs. Provides better , resole v61ue and will make your house o dream homo. If tm. t~ ~m~t~ GREEK SHIPPING TYCOON SUED FOR DIVORC| -- New York aoclallte-dlvorcee Mrs. Jean Hebron Rhlnelander (right), charged in Grasse, France, that ahe was only being '~med" by Mrs. Tina Onmts (le~t), aeeking a New York divorce from Greek shipping tycoon Aristote Bocrates Onassis (center). In her suit, Mrs. OnassM accused her husband of committing adultery with a "Mrs. J. R." Mrs. Rhlnelander conceded she must be the "Mrs. J. R " but HEBRON, N. Ik declared ehe t~ only an old friend of Onassis snd his wife.