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January 14, 1960

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER What's Your Postal I. Q. ? RE(.AU ;E THEY ARE OLD-- -TI: US 7 f FALSE. All postage stamps issue(i t Zone stamps are used. Such stamps by the United States since 1860 are lare valid indefinitely. However, if good for postage to or from any lyou have stamps which are several point where domestic mail service tyears old, they may be much more operates, except from the PanamaI valuable as philatelic items than as Canal Zone, where special Canal l postage. A3D "SKYWARRIOR" PAYLOAD OF BOMBS AND MISSILES ~~ MAKE THE "SKYWARRIOff' A POTENT WEAPON IN TODAY'S .~f~~, GLOBAL NAVY. THIS CARRIER-BASED ~f/f~~~'~ HEAVY ATTACK PLANE HAS ~/ ~~ ATOMIC CAPABILITIES, WITH THE f ABILITY TO STRIKE DISTANT TARGETS ~~2,~~~ WHICH WERE BEYOND THE RANGE P'f/~./. ~J~z~ ~ NAVY CARRIE RCeAFT IN I THE PAST. WEIGHING MORE THAN 70,000 POUNDS, THE ":~KYWARRIOR" IS THE LARGEST FLEET.TYPE " ~"---~ AIRCRA. IN TODAY -q i 340 GAME VIOLATORS BROUGHT INTO COURT During the past fiscal year 340 game law violators were brought to court, according to H. H. Spitzer, chief warden for the game and fish department. The 340 violations apprehended last year was only slightly below the 369 of a year ago. These vio- lators paid $9,648.30 in fines---which goes to the state school fund--and r $1,880.09 in court costs, which e-.I mains with the courts. Items ordered, confiscated by the i courts totaled 113, and ranged all the way from guns, traps and fish- ing tackle to spotlights, automobiles and garbage cans. In addition, 172 unbountied foxes were confiscated from unlicensqd aerial hunters. As was the case last year, spot- lighting wildlife was the most fre- quent violation, with 38 offenders being found quilty. Fishing in an illegal manner was second, most of the violators either using too many lines or spearing fish. Fish- ing without a license was listed third, illegal possession of big game fourth, and illegal possession of game birds fifth. The top ten violations and num- ber of convictions were as follows: Shining wildlife--38 Fishing in an illegal manner--29. Fishing without a license--28. Illegal possession, big game--2~. Illegal possession, game birds--19. Hunting game birds in closed season--16. Hunting big game in closed sea- son--15. Falsifying application for license --15. Boating with inadequate safety equipment---14. Hunting on a game refuge---ll. --IN- Of the seven crops with the lar- gest U. S. acreage, six are for feed; the other is wheatt, a part of of , which i used igor feed. SHAH AND HIS NEW BRIDE--Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi, 40, of Irma, sits beside his bride, Farah Diba, 21, after their marriage in a glittering Moslem ceremony in the Hall of Mir- rors of the royal palace in Teheran. It was the third marriage for the Shah. His first two were dissolved when his wives failed to produce a male heir to the Peacock throne of Iram North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage --- Gets Results BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word first insertion--no od 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. Court Upholds $15 000 Award I'vleed low, ~asy terms, .PPa/ring and r,'-generste. C;arl Schulz 1001 ~th l St Hism~rck N. D. PRISONERS 'BURIED' FOR TWO WEEKS--The 99 Santa Rita The North Dakota supreme court Persona| 38 has upheld a jury's award of $15,- . Rehabilitation center prisoners who volunteered to be 000 to 17-year-old Lyle Pundt of CARE FOR UNMAaRI~:he~,~,rT~=~,=om .].~,l~t~,~~ "guinea pigs" for the U. S. Naval Radiological laboratory stare at the camera after two weeks underground in a fall- I Cerndale, Minn whose hand was Florence Crlttent0n Ho ' S ou~n u'argo ~or~n Dakota cut off in a eomome acclclen~ ~ ' . . . Writs out shelter in crowded, minimal survival conditions. One :uperentenoent for reformation. All in- The judgment had been appealed quiries confidential. prisoner holds up his "diploma." The Navy termed the ex- by William Heuther, the farmer HELP FOR UNMARRIED -- periment an "unqualified success." The prisoners may get for whom the boy was working at coun~l and . M.OTH ~A~, some time off for good guinea pigging I . ---,-g care. write r[ou~ m time OI tne acelaent, l~o~l~rg~kloS:S ~h iAvvenue Sooth. Fargo . The jury also awarded WilliamI . nqulrle~ conftdentlaZ Pundt $1,500 for medical expenses ~ "--- incurred. William, the father, hadt ~ouce 29 asked $5,000 and the boy $45,000. Heuther lives near Elliott. which is southwest of Lisbon in Ransom county. The boy had ,been asked by a Sen Milton R. Young (R-ND) said] surplus is no re a problem than foreman to climb atop the corn- this week at Lamoure that "one l are the surpluses in corn and cot- bine for some parts. His right hand of the best answers to our farm iton. problem in North Dakota is greater[ ---~2-- was caught in a belt, severing it at the wrist. production of livestock of all kinds, TAX BOOKLETS The Supreme Court said whether and especially greatly increased [ NOW AVAILABLE livestock feeding operations." the youth contributed to the acct- . . B.J. Rockwood, district director dent by his own negligence was a ~oung. spoke ~ groundbreakmgI of internal revenue service, an- matter for the jury. ceremomes zor a ~eecl ~ervice pmntI nounced today that the 1960 editzons The court said the record did not oemg DUllt at Lamoure I of "Ybulr Federal Income Tax' show error on the part of District He said North Dakota can pro-I and "Tax Guide for Small Bust- Judge A. G. Porter, who denied duce a pound of beef or pork atI ness" are now available for sale in a motion by the defendant for less cost than is possible in theI the Fargo office at 40c each. judgement notwithstanding the ver- greater feeding states such as IowaI These booklets have proved ex- dict. or Illinois, because of low pricesI tremely popular with North Dakota The opinion was written by Judge for feed, grains and roughage whichI taxpayers the past several years. Alvin C. Strutz on reassignment prevail m this area. Pt~blication No. 17, "Your Federal from another judge. "With the great demand for pork l Income Tax" answers questions -NO-- and other meat products on the where other than normal incomeWillisi0. .nu-s West Coast, we are as close to a and expenses are involved, n market as these older feeding "Tax Guide for Small Business,"V0tin9M-- chi states," Young added. Publication 334, provides ready "The per capita consumption of answers for business proprietors to a nes wheat h~ts decreased year by year tax problems growing out of their for the past 30 years. In recent operations. T e city of Williston has made years the per capita consumption ofi This guide contains a tax calendar arrangements with Williams county meat. eggs and cheese has increas- for 1960 which indicates what to officials to make a joint purchase ed sharply do and when to do it in relation of ten voting machines. "If we put our grain into live-!to federal taxes coming due duzing Title of the machines is to re- stock and realize more dollars from the year. It also contains a beck main with the city and the county the consumer as a result, not only list of special interest to anyone in proportion to the sums paid-- within the feeders here in the James just starting in business in tha~ it 662/3 per cent to be paid by the valley profit, but so will our whole presents a quick method for deter- county and 33 1/3 per cent to be community and state." mining what Federal taxes may paid by the city. Young said he thinks wheat has apply to the business. Bismarck and Minot already have been singled out for most of the Orders should be sent to Internal voting machines in use, and James- criticism in the agricultural sur- Revenue Servicet, P. O. Box 8 town is making arrangements to] plus problem, whereas the wheat Fargo, North Dakota. get them in time for the 1960 elec- tions. GRANDPA'S SOY~Former President Harr~ ~. Truman beams ba he carries his weary grandson, Clift0h/from train at Inde- pendence, Mo as daughter Margaret comes home for the hoLi- days. S~ also brought her seven-months-old baby, William. Estimate Drop in Personal Income SOCIAl. NOTE- -.The Shah of Iron and lovely Parah Dlbah, 21, Sit together in the palace in Tehran for a press camera prior to theh" wedding Dec. 2L LARGEST wholesale supply In U. S Furniture, clothing, appliances, auto~ and accessories, farm equipment, tools. housewares, new products, imports ~ree details. Associated Wholesalers. t~ox .068-BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa. ~tf :).(00 Tons of new and used surplus Tractor and ('rane Parts. Puget Sonnd Salvag'+, & Equipment Co ".960 4th Ave. South, Seattle, Phones MAin 2 -240,) 28-09 VCanted: Any new or old American coins. ]877 Indian head ~5.00 ]909 S Indian Head $5.00 1909 S. Lincoln head $2.0@ 1914 D Lincoln Head $5.00 1931 S Lincoln Head $3.00 Irked Nordstog, Box 355, Alexandria, wxmn. 27-28 I,P:~k)RN AUCTIC)~F~RI NG. TERM S( ON" Big Free Catalog 27 Years 2V~5"orldw Largest School Mason Clt~" - To "a. 27-3'7 VCant.ed: Old tractors, one cylinder engine.% Cushman twocylinder en- g'ine anll steam engines, an)- size. Har- old Williams. Ada, Minn 28-29 Female Help Wanted 24 NURS~ A.N~STHE'rIST For ~9~ b~ general hospital. 40 hour week. Uni- forms furnished. Paid hosp. Insurance Liberal vacation, sick leave, other benefits. Maintenance available. Top salary. Write or phone P~rsonnel Di- rector. Miller Hospital, St. Paul, Min- nesota. 6It For Sale 8 For Sole: Hardware and [mplemen~ h business. Must sell. Due to poor ealth dolr~g $100,000.0@ annually. Terms. 50x60 building on main high- way. Write Ad No. 12859, Box 90, Bis- marr'k, N. I)ak. 27-28 b'~ ~ : Apartment b~ in Steele contains 8 alra rtments, doctor's clinic and beauty shop. Nlc~ monthly *~o~tno Write T. J. Ness. 216 7th Si ~W Jamestowr~ N. D~tk. 27-2~ ' ]restock 7 and heifers. A. E. Nelwou. Wllto~. N. Business Week magazine estin~ates that personal income in North Do- For S~'le: Double reglstorod white faced ,~ r'oueu tiereford bull. Four years old. kota will be down 4.3 per cent in ,~ceven Magelky, Phone 4~f44, Re~ent, 1960. N. rrak. The magazine estimates that each For Sale: Top quality Landraem boar~. man. woman and child in the state ~ Ri ~'hard or Mike Nenow, Streeter, N. had about $1,649 to spend during ~ ~'none 6065. 25-29 ~959--a drop of 5.4 per cent below Good broke Saddle horses; geldings; 1956, Stallions; Brood Mares; 1 pony; year- During 1960, it estimates that per lings; sell or trade for any horses or capita income will be about $1,593 cattle at value. Ray Lindberg, ]Bl~is- or 3.4 per cent less than this year. dell, 1~, Dak. 28-30 Nationally, the magazine forecasts For Sale: 21 Purebred Columbi~ ewes, an average increase of about $100 in z4 registered SMfflok ewes. Bred to the pocket of every person in 1960. Suffolk stud rams for April lambs. Priced reasonable. L. W. Relmer~, Star ROute, Jamestown, N. I)ak. 28 Farm Equipment 4 For Sale: IHC Machinery and Trucks and Chryeler-Plymouth ca~ b~si- .~ ew;n- Service " oess at Plentywood, Montan~. Lon, ~)~tablisher, wonderful Opportunity. F-'ATURJNG~ 1 wner retiring. I~or price and terms, write owner P. G. Neville, 303 I~ast Kent. Missoula, Mont. 27-28 Necehl - Elna Sewing Machines and Electro Hy iene Vacuum Cleaners @ Sales and Service SERVICE HEADQUARTERS for Montgomery Kenmore Ward Morse Necchi Domestic Elna Kenmore Adler Westinghot~se Belair National Pfaff Sewmor Singer New Home AND ALL OTHER BRANDS also Industrial & Commercial M~ch JAPANESE - EUROPEAN AMERICAN Needles & Bobbins for all zmEke, ONE DAY SERVICE Write for Free PARTS and REPAIR QUOTATIONS Authorized Dealer CONSOLIDATED SEWING SERVICE 103 N. 5, Bismarck CA 3-610{ For Sale: 1958 Case diesel model 900 fully equipped, oholce of 3--~,000. Terms. Art Sehaible, Mott. N, Dak. 2g Real Estate For Sale 1 NOV,'! A brand new 2 bdrm and mo- dern bath cottage with 100 it, beach on Horsehoe Lake. $500 down and name Your own reasonable terms. George Bedard Real Estate, Bra~nerd. Minn. 28 Ninth Dakota Newspaper Asm. Bismarck N. Dak 1980 FREDRICKSON ORTHOPEDICS, INC Artificial Limbs - Stmmp Boelm Walkers - Wheel ~halrs Repairs of All makes "of Llm]bw l~iO 4th Ave. N. ADm 5-SB4'/ Far~o, N. D. Brick ,s beautiful and ever- lasting, economical to I tld with and free from moinfe- nonce o s. Proyide be , resale value and will make your i~o~se o dream home. "