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2 BILLINGS COUNTY PIONFI:R ! Sen. Longmire and Friend GEORGE LONGMIRE'S six-foot-three frame appears even taller alongside personable Phil Schaffer of Dickinson, messenger to the house of representatives and the governor. Schaffer hails from Dickinson and finds his for-foot-ten-and-a-half height no handicap in handling the big job of Stark county Young Republican chairman. State Road Toll Reached 161 During 1958 North Dakota motor vehicle acci- dents claimed 161 lives during 1958, seven of them in a two-car collision on the outskirts of Minot in Oct- ober, the most tragic highway acci- dent on the state's records. man, Dunn, Golden Valley, Griggs, Mercer, Pierce, Renville, Sioux, Slope and Townerescaped with- out a fatal motor vehicle accident. Cass and Ward counties had the greatest toll among the state's 53 counties, each recording 13 deaths Burleigh county was fifth on the list with seven, Morton county claimed four. JAMESTOWN COLLEGE OFFERS President Edwin H. Rian of Single-car mishans to ..... 1"  Jamestown oolle'we .has.. announced , ua a to.l o that in fifty-nine lives in "- ...... [ response to an interest l tile sare clurlng/ 958 and two-car collision oon,,. I shwn by students and a desire to ed or the secoa --o- 7.7ZT,',tpresent an ever-ex an in deaths. -. .ues tuu--,.tculum a maior inXmPdi ', curr- e 1958 figure i "  .....  ogy is now offered The medical technology masor all-time record of 176 motor vehicle i will consist of three years (two deaths set in 1956, but six more that I semesters each) on the college the 155 who met accidental death' "m us and the %the highways in 1957. 1 p  ' fomth year of 12 . ,w-truel accidents took simonths duration ill be sent in rives, singte truck : """ ' P accidents took internship at Sl. Luke's hospital in 13. car-train accidents took 12 lives. Fargo. At the end of this time the tractor mishaps on public thorough: fares accounted for four, ear-trac, examination for the registery tar collisions took three, a car-am- bulance collision in Hettinger coun- ty took three lives, falling out of moving vehicles took the lives of three children, one person was crushed between two trucks on a highway, and fourteen pedestrians were killed in North Dakota dur- ing the year, two of them children on Fargo streets. Eleven counties-Billings, Bow- student will be eligible to take an of medical technology and will re- ceive a Bachelor of Science degree from Jamestown college. This major has been established with the latest ruling of the Ameri- can Society of Clinical Patbologsts m mind which states tha all med- ical technologists completing their work in 1960 or after must have completed three years of college work before internship. SAD TRIUMPH--JaA Gensler, 14, Carlisle. Pa., wtpea away a tear at the thought of what' ahead--alaughterigfor his grand champion Black Angus steer, Scotty as he leads Scotty tn Harrisburg. Pa. The 1,080-pounder was named the best -H baby beef of 43rd annual Pennsylvania Farm show. RUBBERNECK--ovtet Deputy Premier Anastas L Mikoyaa rubbernecl in Waagton Jtmt like a visiting American. Says State Pays Big Price For rust Fund Restrictions North Dakota may be losing more than $4'50,000 a year because of cur- rent restrictions on its trust funds, according to Frederick A. Zeller University of North Dakota econ- omist. Zeller suggests several changes in state investment procedures, and has prepared an analysis of the state's investment program, as carri- ed in the December edition of "North Dakota Business," published by the Bureau of Business and Economis Research at UND. The economist proposes permis- sive legislation making it possible for the state to 1) ComlMne its various trust funds for Investment purposes only, so that a coordinated in- vestment pro gram can be directed bF a "highly qualified, full-time, investment special- tstfl 2) Modify current restrictions on the types of securities in which ate trust funds may he invested. Zeller reports that on June 30, 1958, securities held for North Da- kota trust funds and funds of a "trust like" nature totaled $75,- 988,260. With the possible exception of the board of university and school lands, the North Dakota funds are too small for really effective di- versification in investments. Zeller said. By combining them for in- vestment purposes only, he said, more effective investment would be possible. A similar system has been adopt- ed in Montana. Zeller said that a central fund manager should be under the policy-making supervision of a trust fund investment board of per- haps three members qualified in investment matters He suggested that such a board be appointed by the governor from North Dakotans prominent in banking and finance. "Another approach which might be developed to provide central fund management would be utiliza- tion of the State Bank of North Dakota as the investment agent of ,- id the (combined) fund Zelle sa Well over half of the state's trust fund monies was invested in securi- ties of the United States govern- ment last June 30, Zeller said. Such investments totaled $48,748,52.56. Most of the remainder was invest- ed in securities backed by the state or its political subdivisions, he said. Municipal bonds are not usually a good investment for state trust funds because such offerings have included within their prices the ad- vantage of exemption from " tax, anyway, they are paying for an advantage they do not use. He suggests that the legal list of securities in which trust funds could be invested-be modified to permit a central fund to "hold cor- porate bonds and equity securities, within certairt board limits." Zeller reached his figure of the possible cost of "su er saf " " P - ety m investments on the basis of a 1956 study of the investment efficiency of trust funds of the various states. That study showed that North Da- kota was getting an interest yield of approximately 2.1 per cent, com- pared to 2.7 per cent for the ma- jority of the state The difference in annual interest on $75,988,260 be- tween 2.1 per cent and 2.7 per cent is $455,930, the economist said. "The low rates of interest income, and the failure of the principal to appreciate, really represent a con- tinuing loss of potential purchasing power for North Dakota:' Zeller added. KRUCKENBERG COMPLETES MARINE COMBAT TRAINING ! Marine Pve. Monte W. Krucken- berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kruckenberg of 1214 Blvd., Bis- marck, has finished four weeks of individual combat training at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendle- ton, Calif. The course includes the latest in- fantry tactics, first aid, demolitions, field fortifications and advanced schooling on weapons. ---U--- Lipstick stains on napkins or clothing can be successfully re- moved by working glycerine or petroleum jelly into the stain, then laundering in soapy water. !0 CENTS PER SILENCe--Mike McCann puts a dtrne in the Jukebox at the University of Detroit student center, thereby buying an interlude of silence. The Jukebox has an SLP (silent long playing) for those who desire contemplation. LOOK, MA, NO WHEELSI--David Jay, Ford senior develop- ment engineeL polnt to the "levapads" on the undereide of a model .'Glideair" vehicle in DetrotL It's a no-wheels auto which -'slides" on a thin film of air. The Ford folks say the full-scale vehicle also could aveJ on rails, and could attain speed up to 500 miles per hour, they believe. BOWLING TOURNAMENT WINNERS--Billy Welu of St. Louis, Me., and Marion Ladewig ot Grand Rapids, Mich., pose with trophies they received as the winners of the BPAA All-Sis, Bowling Tournament. The annual event was held in Buffalo, N. Y, Mrs. Ladewig won for the seventh time in ten years. North Dakota's Greatest WANT AD Farm Coverage -- Gels Results BUYING SELLIIqG Rotes: 12c per word first insertion-no col less than $2.40 10c per word each additional issue, $2.00 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Madau Street BISMARCK. N. D. Trailers For Sale 17 For Sale: 1953 Schult trailer home 8x34, Two beds, bath large closets: excellent condition; a real buy at $3250.00. Must be seen to be appreciated, Heitmann Real- tor. Napoleon. N D. Phone P14-2232 or 514-2602 Sl 1958 Rlehardson 30ft Mobile home. Jerry! J. Appert, Hazelton, N Dak. 31-,3 Trucks 21 1956 International tandem drive truc--'--k, $170 series 308 engine 3 way auxiliary transmission. Very good 8:25x20 tires, grain box and tarp. Phone Days FL6-24(0, evenings FL0-2741. Write P. O. Box 86, Gary Minn. 31-33 Business Opportunities '9- For Sale: Heavy Hardware welding and general repair business, stock and equip- 2tstO[cosal: win sell or lease SO x 70 bmlding in downtown location. Stock inventory approximately $10,000 :For particulars phone or write Runnion Bros. Malta, Montana. 31-32 Direct Factory Wholesaler fur sale, handl- ing fishing tackle, sporting goods, var- Je. With or withott merchandise in- ventory. ComlMete corporate setun. Na- tional factory buying connections, top direct factory prices for your own store. accounts, meet any competition. Buy direct factory prices for your own store. Excellent growth potential in western Dakotas Dakota Distributor Inc. Wahpe- ton, N. Dak. 31-32 FOR SALE: LEADING cafe in lively Cakes, North Dakota. Located in main Livestock T i-- PURI BRED POLLED IIEREFORD Bulls and heifers. A. E. Nelson. Wilton, N. D, Registered Red Poll bulls for sale or lease. These are sired by Over a ton bull and Uoet of very good cows. Top b/oodlines 1 Broth. ers, Flandreau, S Dak. 30-31 For Sale: Entire flock including show stock of sixty excellent registered Suf folk ewes to lamb January-March. Selling at $50 each because of water shortage. T J. Stow, Grayly[lie, Manitoba, Can- ad. 31-32 0 four and five year old solid mouth Western bred ewes. April first lambing to Blackfaced bucks. First time advertised for sale. Phone 016R3 after 5 P. M. Lyle Petcrson, Sidney Monbana. -- 31-32 For Sale: Brown Swiss cows and heifers bred to a purebred bull Paul G MarteL Rte 1, Box.'62, Wishek, N. Dak. 31 For Sale. Registered Shorthorn bulls, reds and roans, up to 20 month old oi breeding. J. L. Ramie, 5 miles west l and 1-1/2 miles south of Wishe. 31 Fo_r Sale: Seventy head of sheen. Two bucks 68 ewes to start lambin March 15tb Any reasonable offer Contact : Arthur Beitz, Edgeley. N Dak. 31 Dairy Cattle-6 mi East of Bis.rek on old Highway 10 watch for black and white sign Dial CA3-1567 Scotty Mitchell --- 31-34 Personal business block. COmplete and modern line k RE FOR UNMARRIED MOTHERB mpment. Priced for quick sale. CON- z mrenee Gritttton /ome 711 l$h et South Farao ' North Dakota. Write eu ,r UUR.INEy REAL ESTATE SER-inutelddtlai? r Information. All lnqulrt. VICE, CAKES. NORTH DAKOTA. 31-32 Fr Sa2e-an exellent loc.stlon-q x ^., T .... II quor store A v .... ** " UH  StrtcO- .'-:- ,pro en. money maker. COunsel ...a __ .ARRIED MOT][:I"][| --- --=,-. zm and stucco buitdin- I of --- -?_nursmg care. Write Housa est in modern fixture- o. . -  .. =ry, trub /ith Avm F,tk . . oteaay business. Orth ue ..... .- Drect on No. 10 highway. Will sOand[ North Dakota Aim" l'nlr maf|dntlal .strictest investigation. $30 000 vlus cl-a- [ Llal llr---- , ---- mveDtory Suitabletel-ms ,'Z ....  " I Salp want -* t'rosent owner of 21 years must retire for [ E  health reasons Call or wrte Dan Preszler ] XCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Reims .Ytedina, N. Dak Phone Huntle- ostman Or w ...... blo uedina.   | "h.., ..._ ,,,**n.xrom this area to dlstri- '. . g in .s,0m00" $i5000 o01 wh|c is  ...... eph. capital of $700 eown amnce on terms Box . .q',,, o--.'- ,t- y inventor -*" ........... --,-Ks Y. ]xcel lent Montana part time-- - vemale Help Wanted 26 ..... ox ]56, Re'ester, Minnesoia. "0 BUSINESs OFPORTUNITY Man er Wo- Wanted: Reliable farm irl. General house- man Responsible person from this area, work. help with milk utensils, wait on to servlce and collect from electric eig- stomers. Neat, honest, $25.00 per week arette .ispensers. No eel ing Car m, board, pictures, reference required, ences, and $592 50 to 1-- ;,^ -' , refer- o SmoKers. tat mile from eit :]O necessary 7 toI ", - " -o.uu investment " "  urs weexl IJally _arms, Route I, Bralnerd. Minn eellent month a. ..__ Y nets er-  , I time ^_  . -,come. Possible full--- -', .: -u," oeal Interview give Dbon a [ parlcu]ar Wrif ........ nd  international Sales & / Mfg. Co.. Inc,, p, O, Box 1236, ()kla [homa City, Okla. 31-3' Banks Ex, - ............ " eel l00ed And Feed ---- ,__ I rot Sale: Regls.ered Canadian Seik-k  aem__Z'v Johnson Norm.. -.u per ) Farms For Sale !l .a alf mile o sch1%,o b!" oert plitttoesser Kulm N rne al- _ ' , k. 81 For Sa]e: 640 A. farm with 2 modern home,% large barn and good out build. inks. All fenced and cross fenced. 250 A. alfalfa, 300 A. pasture, remainder hay land. 500 A can be fa 2- 1/2 miles We* rmed. 1 mile eouth, et of Stle on yw?o: s miles and Whitney, Daw''xa a" tauffacher ..... "". . #Jak 30-31 State savings bond committee chairman D. W. Palmer of Fargo this week congratulated First Na- tional Bank of Bismarck president, Evan D. Saltzman, and his staff, for having exceeded their institu- tion's 1958 quota of E. and H. sav- ings bond sales. The bank sold $430,759 in U. S. savings bonds of these two issues, compared with a sales goal of $427,- 109, and December sales have not yet been added in. Farm for Sale hv owner 120 a Other banks in the area to com- t'an with o ...... ere dait. and   OUllulns. teve ]ant| plete 1958 sales goals ahead of nr,^,.d, pr_uct/ve soil. Must t I^__.- . reae l. On mai -  aD- Garrison, First State Bank of Good- ro,  .....  . 1 route school hus t. , C.olce el four milk routes. Lo. rich, Commercial Bank Of Matt, ;:n d el:yen miles ea,t of Dett kes Bank of Killdeer, Union State Bankl sale "ie rd ighwey 34. priced for 'vuitk of Hazen, Kulm S.ate Bank, First ..... seona d Grieser. Frazee. Minn. 31 National Bank ef Belfield, First Pets State Bank of Belfield, First ----__  13 of Beulah. BEAUTIFUL BORI)ER STOCK DOGS best "Banks receive no compensation strata I.w-down heelers, cattle anti _vfftch strain, best money can bu.-  n for selling savings bonds", Palmer ramea order Colli -- - ,-u,.y , year-o/d male $50. said. "It is a service Which they Seraalcs $45, Spayed $75 The oi herd strain good on d Shep- offer free to the public and the year old $45 f--, attle. male one government. In North Dakota, every " ,, .='"a'e .40. s)ayed 6 bank offers this service to its custo-Oolhe pups, e, ther strain, males t:r;rS :hs/2sedfertmle$20. St. Bernard and mers with the result that more than wonderful conrmnio" an n everlastin ift. 90 per cent of all savings bonds sold d sle.ih do lwo months old 25, fcroale ,): : male in the state are purchased through ..... -- yon (tn't eolDe I can s k: , --' -- "'P olrect sn*ppe(l all over U. S A. for to your I its banks---a record no other state Free wtth every shinment are all duties has ever dqualled." 2 years. )aid, dog by government vet rinaria @ avery ruarant,, , ,,  n. De. WIDE CHOICE EXISTS burg, Ontario.nd TM Zern. Morris- 31 FOR INTERIOR PAINTS For Sale: TWenty quality When folksarm themselves with a] Da(.)0. Palmer Faragher chinchillas. $2.- paint brush for a little interior dec-I " Watertown. S. orating, one of their hardest choices[ Male Help Wanted next to what color, might be wha,[ _________ 25 paint, [ "SmAi LIISMEN WANTED" Lllru' "It isn't what it used to be" says w-'" ,smn offered reliable men *-' .m. , . . . , NDAC s paint specialists Dr. A. F_ - xnown line of e,- .. ,vr aVlnnff Rheineck, referring to the paint in-[ sumer. Ideal work f-" .... g ..tarot o con. sirin to develop O a.bzUous men de- dustry which now trots out a wide[ od for retired -, n. Well suit. security. No invtmtraent required. OClal choice of paint types for consumers.[ =pte or those on For interiors, the rubber or latex years in business. Write. p,..r base paint has 1been one of the la- CuMPANY Fer---- - ..  WOOLEN"  ;u. l-alle, Minne.ota. test innovations and it s a good one, Notice -- _-Z--- vO-l according to Dr. Rheineck. Very easy to use, all you need is water Strawl'rry-'---d-:-:_--- .................. to thin it and water will also clean healtby fresh a p@rry plants. 1.4trge, out your brush. Latex paints spread lantin' W-:*- ug p,m%ts for sDrin easily too, Just the thing for wives Berry urse t or .nce list. MeNeal who don't have henpecked hus - "" -tamllton, Montana. 31-35 AUt'IO. N SCHOOL: Learn from Amer- bands. He doesn't recommend this ca's leadinl auetoneers in world s lar type for bathrooms and kitchens st. school. Terms Soon  '-- " telseh Act:^-- r. :. , x, "ee catalou'. hough, since its surface sometimes ,,, ouee, Mason C. Iowa * sn t too scrub resistant, t 31-34 Don' o be Frozen fish Wm - t overlook the s y an oil/ consi '- 'te for free l)rice list Wi ' n l',.hing Co., Box 184. Gre Bay, modified resin paints for lnteriors.l W isconn. , 31 Dr Rheineck credits them with|H _----X--C- ............... forming a very durable surface and ay l'or ale 35 the !mproved versions equal latexi,-7 .................... . paints in quick, odorless r in --mza J.av-zor sale. 60 to 80 ton in . d y g.I stack, wN bale if wanted. Mrs. W C. For a high gloss finish, especially, Selby, S. D. Ph Selby 2764 3]-32 in white, e enamels from soy-I - bean oil modified resins are hard| North Dakota Newsua)er Assn. to beat. 1 'Bismarck, N. Dak. 1959-31