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1 ? ! ? [ ! ports by trappers, aer'al hunters, landowners and sportsmen, indi- i ( For T J k: ju=ues,uu cates the highest population of The North-- ~---- ~'-Dakota Bar Assn. plans foxes in North Dakota since records to conduct a plegescite beginning next week to recommend a suc- cessor to the late District Judge Charles L. Foster of Bismarck, ac- cording to Roy A. Ilvedson of MinoS, association president. The plebescite will be conducted by the judicial selection committee headed by Atty. John Traynor of Devils Lake. SAVINGS BONDS RECORD NUI~tER OF FOXES BOUNTIES IN 1958-59 A record number of foxes was bountied in North Dakota last win- ter, according to Game and Fish De. pertinent biolo~t Arthur "Bud" Adams. During the period from April I, 1958 through March 31, 1959, 36,155 foxes were bountied, as compared with the previous high of 34,596 in 1955-56. This record was set even have been kept. Records have been kept since the first fox bounty was established in 1943. The fox population in counties southwest of the Misouri River con- tinued an upward trend. A total of 2,749 foxes was ,bountied in that re. gion last wir,~ter, compard with a previous high of 1,650 the year be- fore. Game management technicians point out that if the bounty was ac- complishing its intended purpose, the number of predators bountied should be declining each year in- stead of increasing, as they have recently. In addition to the record 36,155 foxes, 1,090 coyotes, 184 bobcats, and 10,119 magpies were presented for county last year, Bounty chalms cost the sportsmen of the slate $74, 062.35 during the period covered. MORTON RANCHER SEEDS CROPLAND TO PASTURE Wheat production was too low on l~Is sandy soll and maci1!nery I costs were too high to interest J. D. Brewster, Breien, in remaining in r crop production. The light soil was subject to blowing even when he farmed it in narrow strips. He be- lieves that an all-livesock unit will give him a better income on his 2,600 acre Morton county unit along the Cannonball river. Brewster seeded about 800 acres of cropland back to grass to be used though the present bounty of $2.00 is lower than bounties paid in past tyears. This record high number of foxes beuntied was due to two main fac- tors: a high fox population and fair as pasture, and has developed a 122 THE SHIP Rg'RISA 7 UNDER THE COMMAND OF LAMBERT WICKES, THE 16-GUN AMERICAN SLOOP, REPRISAL, LIVED! THE COOK. acre field for irrigation. The irrigat- more pounds of beef per acre by issued a public thank you for every- ed land will be used for a feed keeping his herd down to the num- one who helped with the Christmas supply. North Dakota': Greatest He watches his grassland very closely, as he says he can ra!se BEAUTY TO WED--Marilyn Van Derbur, 22, Miss America ot 1958, and Gary Nagy, 25, head football coach at Parsons Colo lege, Fairfield, Iowa. are shown in Denver as they announced their engagement. They said the wedding would probably be held next spring, when Marilyn will be graduated from college. ber that can be grazed properly, project a.t the State Hospital at To further regulate his grazing, Jamestown. Brewster has built several cross Every patient was presented with fences and has drilled two wells, a gift and the cookies and candy He is a cooperator with the Mis- souri Slope Soil Conservation dis- trict, and his plan was developed under the Great Plains Conserva- tion program. BLINKING AMBER LIGHTS SIGN OF SNOW PLOW Whenever a storm breaks snow removal equipment immediate]y goes into action. Robinson said, and, consequently, travelers should pay particular attent, ion dttrin~ ~hese times. 'A car would have a tough time sh~ving one of those big snow plows off the road," iRobiwson warned. "and in some cases, the grader blade extends byond the width of the plow." . If visibility conditions are satis- factory, the Hlighway Department snow removal crews will have all 6300 miles of state highways open for travel in about 48 hours, Rob- inson declared. Of course, it should be under- stood that when snow drifts are several feet high, travelers should nat beccome exasperated if the plows have not gone through yet. What happens is obvious, he said th plows are cleaning out other snow drifts that are also several feet deep. --45-- MENTAL HEALTH WORKERS THANKED Mrs. Floyd Barthel, president of the Menta~ Health Volunteers, has were enjoyed at the coffee parties, Mrs, Barthel reports. North Dakota drivers were warn- ed this week that when they see blinking amber lights ahead, those lights are probably on a Highway department snow plow and exOreme caution is advised. Ray Robinson, highway mainten- ance enginoer, iwar~s that snow plows this year are equipped with am~er lights instead of the old- fashion blue lights. Amber is more easily seen and w~ll provide greater safety for motordsts, especially in areas of low visibility, he stressed. --CY-- Johnston Gets Convention Post State Rep. James W. Johnston of Bismarck has been appointed ar- rangements chairman of the 1960 Republican state convention, sched- uled March 29-31 in Bismarck. Johnston's appointment, by Ar- lay R. Bjella of Williston, GOP state chairman, was announced by the party's state headquarters here. Committee chairmen who will serve with Johnston will be an- nounced shortly. Johnston served on convention ar- rangements committees in 1956 and 1958. [ now in i Chevrolet has added a new 2.door coupe to its Coz~rair line and shipments to dealers are now iunder way. The new model of the rear-et~gine 'compact car has the same basic dimensions as the 4-door Corvair sedan, but has its own dis- tinet.aPprty styling motif. This is accented by spur front seat and a new roof design which features a large sloping rear window. N~ATWEST UP 32.3%, [ NEARLY DOUBLE ! laNAI AVERAGE | LNORTH TATES UP 16.7% [] TOGEWHERNES$ GETTING MORE SO--Here are some of the percentage-wise highlights of what's been happening to U. S. population Since the 1950 census. The 1960 census begins April 1, With an expected count of 180,000,000. Last July 1 there were 176,365,000 of us, the bureau estimates, compared to the official 150,697,361 back in 1950. As was evident in 1950, People are still follawing HoracQ Qreeley's advice. (Oe'#,~ Pr~s/ d#n Y o end LIVE Consolidated Sewing Servme FEATURING Necchi - Elna Sewing Machines and Electro Hygiene Vaeuum Cleaners Sales and Service SERVICE HEADQUARTERS for Montgomery- White Ward Morse Necchi Domestic F.J~a Kenmore Adler Westinghot~se Belair National Pfa~ Sewmor Singer New Home AND ALL OTHER BRANDS also Industrial & Commercial Much 3APANESE - EUROPEAN AMERICAN Needles & Bobbins for all make, ONE DAY SERVICE [--Wri't for Fre,--------I PARTS and REPAIR [ QUOTATIONS l Authorized Dealer CONSOLIDATED SEWING SERVICE 103 N. 5. Bismarck CA 3-610t Farm Coverage --- Gets Results BUYING SELLING Rates: 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 SCreeS BISMARCK, N. D. Auction 32 I~REI-) GAIA~OWAY SAI~ February 12, ,1960, Billings Livest ~"k Commission, Billings, Montana. 55 hulls and 29 females. Catalogs on re- quest, Patricia Anderson, Secretary, MoateD,( Galloway Association, Route ()]10, i~O~oma n, "Montana. CONTINUES HIGH Very little progress has ~een made during the past decade in re- ducing ~irearm death rate in the United States, according to W. Van Heuvelen, executive director of the i state health department. Van Heuveden claims the death rate continues at about 1.4 persons per 100,000 population. More than 2,400 died from gunshot in 1968. Nearly half of the people killed mother of Mrs. Charles Jordan. Mandan, and the former Mary Lu Miller, Bismarck, who became the bride of Nick Marchyn, Corpus Christi, Texas on New Year's day. Grit-fed hens lay more eggs on less feed than hens not fed grit research tests show. FREDRICKSON ORTHOPEDICS, INC Arflflnla~ Lfmbs - Stump 8oe]lr~ Walkers - Wheel Chairs Repairs of All makes of Llmb~ 1440 4th Ave. N. ADanm 5-504~ Fargo, N. D. Brick i= beautiful and eras- lasting, economical to build with and free from mainte- nance casts. Frovide better resale value and will make youP hot,se a dream home. MEBItO4 14. Ik have ~entinl~ with gas ines tar many have pilot road. and sat- for the future now. will not interfere job. We help training and free Placement TRAINING CENTER Dept. Co. 3256 He~nepin $, ~smm~s I, ~ J~rt: Please send informaflem I [] JET ENGINE TRAINING Z [~ HEAVY EQUIPMENT [] SURVEYING ~ DRAFTINQ. [] |NGINEERINQ DRAWING [] AIRLINE CAREERS [] RAILROAD CAREERS (check your cheics) Name, Phone - Ago Addro=|, Town CogntyStat~ For .qale Or Trade 18 Qua]try Violins, Cellos and Guitars Priced low, easy terms, re~irlng ~ ~rnarcl,N. D, Personal 38 UN~I A ItRH~:D ~ OTHE"RS Florence Crittenton Home 111 13tb St south, Fargo. North Dakota. Writ, ~uperentendent for Information. All in- quiries confidential. HELP FOR UNMARRIED MOTHERP counsel and nursing care. Write Hou~ of Mercy, 1506 Sth Avenue South. Fargo North Dakota. All Jnq~Jrtel ennffd~etist] NOtice 29 LARGI~ST wholesale supply In U. 8 IVurnlture. clothing, appliances, aut~ and accessories, farm equipment, tools housewares, new products. Imports l~ree details. Associated ~Fholemalers Box 206f-aN, Sioux City 4, Iowa, 6tf Person or Persons interested in the Lumber business, facilities available: contact the Brocket Dqulty l~evator Company, Brocket, N'. Dak. Retired Couples--Say goodbye to bliz- zards and wind, heat and humidity. Investt[~-ate the mild climate of the 100 alleys of the Umpqua In South- west Oregon. Write Chamber of Com- merce. Box 191, Roseburg, Organ. 30 MADE-TO-ORDER: Rubber 8tamps all sizes. Stamp with three lines 2" ~1,55, ask for free price-list. I~ne- tree Service Center, Denhoff, N. Dak LEARN A U CTIO'N~'ER.ING, ~P~R~[ SOON Big Free Catalog 27 Years W'orlds I~tr'gest School M~tson, City 25, Iowa. 27-31 Complete Dispersion Sale- 48 register- ed Suffolk ewes and lambs due to lamb March Ist. O. L, Adams, Steele, N. Dak. Phone Iaalrfax 7-6597 31-~3 Sunny Kinsman, Arizona. I~evcl Iota. $95, full price, $5 down, $5 monthly, minimum 2 lots: near fishing, hunt* ins'. Box 4217 Annex. Las Vegas, Nevada. 21-~4 WOMEN SE~, easy ready-cut-w~ap.a -round aprons home eaxn 826.16 dozen-spare time, write - Accurate Mfgrs, l~reeporr, New York 3~ Female Help Wanted NURSE AI~'ESTHETIST For ~R~ b~ general hospital. 40 hour week. Urn. forms ftlrnished. Paid hasp. Insm~tnee Liberal vacation, sick leave, other ~eneflts. ~aintenance avalla~l To@ e,~l:*r : .~.~;lte or Phone Pt~l Di- otter. ~iller Hospital, M? l~f~tn he=eta. 51 I.ivestock ? PIYRE BRED POLLED IIEREFORD Be snd heife~ A. E. Nelson. Wilton, N. tt~hngrade Holstein aprlngia4~ heifers. gs vacc!nated. Jerome A. Qual- h.y, lit No. 1 Fargo, N. Dak. Tel 3,~3-501 4 mi So, 2 ml W and 1~ ml So, of West Fargo. Good broke Saddle horses, Geldings. Stallions Brood Mares; 1 pony; year: tags; sell or trade for any horse.s or cattle at value. Ray Lindberg, Slats- dell, N. Dak. 2~-30 Farm Equipment 19a9 Model, Same as new q~ C ~ No. Aii per, cleaner, with burshes for bottom screens, brush hopper 6 ~r~en lad bagging auger complete--First $50{).00 takes it. Also 1-15 FL p. 3 I)hase 1200 RPM 220-440 Motor and 1-15 lIP transformer type 220 in dust tight box. MYers Wild Rice Co. Rerr~er, Minn. 30 Farmall Cub wanted. State serial num'--- her, condition, equipment, hydraulic lift, adjust front ax e, tire size, pries. Puss Schumacher. Lteron Lake, Minn. Help Wanted 2--4 ':XCI~)PTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Re- il~tbie man or Woman from this area to distribute complete line of tiff- arettes, calldy, nuts or gum through new automatic vendors, No selling !;e e ilcoWui~ ~ttb!! ~~ f~c~e l~t'fcne~t earnings part time.--full time more /eor personal interview give phone, etc. Write p. O. Box 15~, Rochester. Minn. 30 EXCI~JPTIONA/~ OPPORTUNITY Re. liablv mar or woman from this area distribute complete line of cigarettes, cl~.ndy 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 $80@ which is secured by inventory. Excellent earnings part time-full time more. For personal interview glee phone, etc. Write Box 156, ROchester, Minnesota. Farms For Sale 2 For Sale by owner, 367 acre modern stock farm. EXcellent buildings, 3- miles from progressive town, school, milk, mail routes, $~0.00 per acre, 1/3 down. Dick Ereeux, Rt 4, lAttle !~alls, Minn. 30 [,'arm for sale, 880 acres, 494 under cultivation, 330 pasture, 56 hay l$,nd. I~ot and .cold water In the l~tlse, o~ner good spring Water close to the barn. 50 per acre Section 18-148-74 In Sheridan county, REA, light and telephone. Otto N. G'~tumRn, :Harvey, N. Dak. Male Help Wanted 25 SALEkWM'J~N WA~q'PE~: ~ big v profits. Build profitable btmin~ of ,our own, selling a complete 'line of Glothing. No investment, we ~ply ~sampies to reliable people. 2~o limit, choice territory available. Wrlte: STAR WOOLI~N COMPANy, ]gER. GUS FALLS, MINNFk~tOTA No, th Dakota Newspaper Bismarck. N. Dak. 1960--30