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January 8, 1959

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CARPING IN CARACAS--Here is one of the "mobs" which gathered m front of the presidenUa] palace in Caracas to protest election of lmulo Betancourt as president. Betan- court defeated Wolfgang Larrazabal, who had Red support. Langer and Young Endorse Sale of Government .Lignite Sens. William Langer ar,=l Milton Young of North Dakota have en- dorsed the proposed sale of twe million tons of lignite, stored at Garrison dam, to the North Dakota Nitrogen Co.. Bismarck Langer mailed a letter of endorse- ment to Sen. John L. MeC!ellan (D-Ark), of the senate government operations committee. Young said he had'written a simi- lar letter to McClellan. Langer said that since 1949 army engineers have been working with the state and lignite irh:tustry rep- resentatives to develop "a disposal procedure for the lignite material" that would be acceptable "o every- one. The disposal method sou.:,ht was one which would not have a harm- ful effect on the local lignite rain- SAFETY Sainqs- [::::::: :: ..'i 00iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii+ill i !i iii iiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiii00 iii!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiii!iiii:ii!iiiiiiiii!ii:!iii!iiiiiiiiiii!ii!:iif SOCIAl. IIEPRESENTATIVB--.Three service academy represen. tativem ehttm to be preBent at the President's state droner honoring the U. S. Supreme Court Justices stand at atten- tion at the WMte  before going m for the VIP elbow- llbbUIg, lhm left: Cklt Guard academy Cadet Regimen- ted Ckmamander James W. Coste, Jr., Savannah, Ga.; U. S. Naval aeademy Mtpnum Capt. Robert M. Darby, De- egttw, ; U. 8. MlUtary academy Cadet @apt. John 8. Memphis,  Air aegdemy man didn't make it. ILI,.'NGS COUNTY PIONEhR ing industry by open market sale I of stockpiled lignite, he adde, t Langer said North Dakota state] officials, all lignite mining ,.,pera-I tors, labor representatives and fed-] eral government officials have I agreed that "a firm position against t open market sale of lignite be 1 taken." 1 It also was agreed, he said, that l the proposed sale of lignite be used tI to attract new lignite-using industry t to the state by offering the stock-I pile lignite for sale of such industry t at nominal prices. The sale, he said in a statement issued by his office, would be made only to those industries approved by the state. The contract with North Dakota Nitrogen Co. for sale of surplus lignite has the consent of the sec- retary of defense, the general ser- vices administration and the gov- ernor of North Dakota, the state- ment said. ---4:N- Oseth Finds No Violation in NDAC DocumenI I. M. Oseth of Bismarck ruled Friday as a special investigator for the North Dakota attorney general that he could find no violation of l the state's corrupt practices law in] the campaign against changing the[ name of the North Dakota Agricul- tural college. The Lone Ranger Oseth recommended no further through injury or disease. The price I[ . '_ ! action in connection with charges t you get on the canner market now] rocKmen ro that the law hal been violated, i.might cover the cost of one or even _ |  A proposed constitutional amend-! two improved replacements he/r'en onc|v ent to change the name of NDAC [ adds. I North Dak ..... was defeated in the Nov 4 general I owever remember - I " oa vee-maers will ve , H , that culhng I le*iding partici ants m the n erection can n i ' P " 6, d An- "  u derm ne herd production ustrnual o ............... ........... [ ......... i t llVIltlOll O.[ De mencan usem ponce magistrate a s- as easuy as t can neap  UlSOn National Cattlemen's Assn in ..... marck, was appointed a special as-[ cautions. Too many farmers weed t h- ,h ,   . unna- sistant attorney to investigate out older cows. but these herd l -' " ........... "--" charges made by State Sen. Lee veterans of four or five years usual- A mrge delegation of North Da- Brooks and E. T. Conmy Jr., both l ly are the ones making the most! kota 'toekmen led by Leonard of Fargo. money Having paid off their up- Davis, Killdeer president of the They claimed a three-page mira- keep debt in the first two years! Nrth Dakota Stockmen's Assn, is eographed document was distribut-I they'll be money makers as long  as l expected to join 2,000 ranchers and ea w\\;nout,s sponsor veing prop- you can keep them healthy andl e. eaers Erom 40 states in considera- of rimar facts" ,p s . , P Y " a first year milker produces a Johnston and Raymond Schnell, He said he had interviewed the shade better than an older cow, Dickinson; J. L. Connolly, Golden pamphlet's author, a Grand Forks businessman, and concluded that initials on the first page were enough to identify the sendor in the eyes of those to whom it was sent. ---El-- CULL COWS NOW, BUT B'E CHOOSEY Now would be a good time to weed the free loaders from your dairy herd and take advantage of the year's highest prices on the canner market. Clarence Olson. NDAC extension dairyman, sees it this way: Whether you have plenty or a limited feed supply this winter, you'll still want to feed it to the right cows Feed is wasted on low producers or cows that have had production cut { the youngster might be the one to cull. For more "cow power" in the fu- ture, keep only the best heifers. Herds built this way have a very low yearly turnover--usually less than one-fourth of the herd. Farm- ers with these herds are getter fat- ter checks, thanks to their older, dependable cow's hat survived a tough entrance examination earlier. Olson points out that the dairyman who can be choosey about younger Valley; A. T. Foreman, Marmarth; F. K. Goodall, Sanish; John Hanson, Bowman; Brooks J. Keogh, Keene. Kylc Miller, Bantry; Millard T. Lund, Bismarck; Joe Milton, Me- Leod; Dave M. Robinson Cole- harbor; and Don Short, Medora. Also meeting in Omaha are the American National Cow Belles, service and social auxiliary, and the Junior American National Cat- tlemen's Assn. in which many North Dakota ranch families take part. . cows gets most of his help from a 5. M. Connolly, Golden Valley, is testing program, senior advisor to the junior group, --C:N- and Larry Smith, Williston, is sec- A test at the USDA sheep experi-I ond vice president, while Miss ment station. Dubois, Ida., showed! Jamie Ann Childs, Mandan, and benefits from treating ewes with I Miss Joyce Olson, Watford City, antibiotics to prevent outbreaks of are secretary and treasurer. vibriosis. ---[:N-  YOM ,eA/P H WOU/-D/VT"./7" YOU ,47" ?'H. = 0W/.00 .... l:;y Fran-S-00r me+r + :!} ? i +, i:ii ! i } :} ? a i :!! !ii i Y