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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Callowa.y, Globetrotters to Appear ,n Bismarck Show .... ' ,i i!:: ........ ::::::': :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::fi:!:!::!:!::}: iii!iiiii::i::iiiiiiiiii+i!i ::iiiii+iiiiii::;!i!!ii!iiiii!i::iil .%:::: %:::?:::: ::: Cab Calloway Frank Burks Meadowlark LemOn Basketball,s funniest and most entertaining aggregation, the 34th edition of the fabulous Har- lem Globetrotters, bri , star 1961 - ngs its all- Callow now featuring Cab ay to the World moria , .... War Me- - " uuctlng, Bismarck Tuesday, February 21 at , The Bismarct , __ , 7.30 p.m. first in m-  appearance, the ."Y years by the Globe- trotters, s sponsored by the Bis- Quarterback Club .uarterc>ack Club selling .o .. . members are now. Tle' exchange coupons exehan--,e._ eupns must be Februarl, nova.nee starting Bismart ;:_..WOOdmansee's in admiss  - or either $2 00 o..o ,. - "- or $3 O0 '  ....... ucets. reserved seat legular tickets Will go on SOIL TESTS SHOW PHOSPHOUS IED Soil samples tested by +the soil testing laboratory at NDSU since this service was est _ %or orth Dakota fa_ hl'sh- oo show very ... rmers in - -w SOils in North Dakota have enough lhos. phorus for good crop Produc. tion. Only a small percentage of samples tested have been "high', in Phosphorus,, says Armand .Iauer, in charge of the soil test- gve l?eatrYiowM,, ost ndS amole s low,, in - - "very pnospnorus by standards Used by the testing service T . a-,- -, hese .uarus were developed through extensive research in the field, greenhouse and labora- tory. The Soil samples su testin-_ bmitted for ..  represent the plow dep :tiinhfs tohre s oil-- a 1 ay e r abotu Most deficieJ3S'in as ;_ . phosphorus, ev'"nced b cenhw^ _ , Y the lowest per- ficie,__ e most severe laresZ''s'qvr ,as indicated b the  e Y and .,%6,c=ntges of "very low" ;re ,n thes:e:L::amps:^also into the,,l -. the samples fall groups. Ow and "very low" ,,}: largest Perce" ' and -- nages oz age of "v^- rne lowest percent- were ob,r, y low', testing sam les wet are nect from the NoPh. ,-he dtr[bution of "low" and medmra samples from the Central and Red Rver Val areas dlows -. ." ley ::v.eragel but ,cosely the state ,, mgh" lest+--me Percentage of :entral area+sarnPles from the ne stale aver _me state is below A sun - age. game00 the Soil test data 'l "!alcr;ory e NDSu SOil test- ,.e No,vnt," .,.s Published in ,1-, lm; issue of e:.. he. I rorth ,)aeaeareh bulletin -verm ent ,a agricultural st,tlun. I,,,,, Conducted by SALLY OREMI_AND Governor Vaughn sale February 13 at Woodman- see's. Mail orders with a self- addressed ,stamped envelope can can be sent to Woodmansee's in Bismarck. This is the Trotters' number one unit, the same one that re- cently appeared on national tele- vision (or will do so shortly in your area), and that plays such cities as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston and Philadelphia. Rubber - faced ,Meadowlark Lemon leads the parade of court zanies and he has lots of com- pany. Also on hand are veteran funnymen Murphy Summons, the Trotter dribbler; Clarence Wil- son, assistant coach and long- shot artist; Tex Harrison, the verbal" comedian; Joe Buck- halter, 6-8 former Tennessee State star; and Ernie Wagner, fast moving guard. Newcomers include two ex-col- tegians Governor Vaughn of Il- linois and Frank Burks of Wis- consin and Jackie Fitzpatrick. The Trotters will meet the traveling Washington Generals, led by former New York Knick- erbocker, Ran Sable, DeFaul All- American and coach "Red" Klotz. Highlighting the 1961 Trotter production is the "Hi-De-He" man, Cb Calloway. Calloway, a featured star throughout the world for more than 20 years, joined the Trotters January 1st and has be].,od draw record crowds since then. The Globetrotters recently set all-time attendance marks in Kansas City, Denver, Salt Lake City and Lincoln, Neb. and are now on the West Coast. Also featured with Calloway's show are three top-notch variety acts, including the Les Marthys, French hand and head ,balancers with a comedy twist; The Bel- gian unicyclist and juggler, Jac- ques Cordon; and the rebounding tumblers, the Parry Kids from Brainerd, Minn. Four of the world's foremost table tennis stars will also play two 21-point games as part of their touring world's professional championships. They are Rene Roothooft (France), Bernie Bu- kiet (U. S. A.), Richard Berg- mann (England) and Norikazu Fujii (Japan). LOW COST-CALORIE DIET (J. M., Mandan) I certainly enjoy your Trading Post department, and am won- dering if any of your readers have been able to find the vita- min-mineral fortified malted drink mix referred to in the new liquid diet formula described in the January issue of Better Homes & Gardens. The magazine's Editorial In- formation department wrote me that they refer to the Borden company's "Heine", and no gro- cery store in our area seems to carry it. (Other ingredients are instant skim milk crystals and salad oil.) This low calorie liquid diet formula can be prepared in the home for 30 cents a day, com- pared with prepared powders now being marketed in the drug and grocery stores at three and four times that daily cost. The magazine states that their diet meets the same standards in- corporated in the expensive ready-mixed powders. If any of your readers can find a grocer willing to stock the Borden product, I would surely like to know where I can buy it. MEXICAN TRIP (Darby Reed, Bisnarck) I noticed the question on Mex- ican travel in last week's Trad- ing Post and as my family has just returned from a month's stay in Mexico I can give quite a bit of information about Mex- ico. If you travel by car, before you leave have the front wheels packed, points, plugs and U-joints checked. Take along six quarts of good oil and two spare oil filters as parts cost three times our price in Mexico. Be sure to have your small pox shots before leaving. Don't forget to take a copy of birth certificates along for each mem- ber of the family. Take ample film with you as film is expen- sive in Mexico. Carry your camera at all times when walk- ing and shopping and take into the motel at night. Visa permit must be obtain- ed for each person before cross- ing the border. The cost of each visa is $3.00. Your birth certifi- cate is necessary here. United States car insurance is not good in Mexico. Obtain this insurance on the U. S. side of the border. If the car is valued at $3,000, insurance will cost $2.00 a day. Make sure you buy enough because it takes hours to locate an office and get an ex- tension, once you are in Mexico. The offices are closed on Satur- day afternoon and Sunday. One American dollar will buy $12.50 in Mexican money. The peso is valued at 08. cents. Many of the items for sale to tourists have been priced up--in many cases there are two or tlree prices. For instance a basket priced at $1.20 may often be bought for $1.00 or 80c, so be sure to dicker a bit. Gasoline is sold in quarts or litros--the meters don't read gallons. Use their best gas. Be- low the word "litros" on the tank may be found the numeral "80" or "100"--always drive to the tank showing "10ft' or ask for it. Be sure the meter is turned back and don't forget to count your change. Always buy foods at super markets. Fruits may be had in open markets. The fruit couldn't be better. Milk is terrible--blue in color. The Mexican corn bread is fair, crackers can't be beat and seafoods excellent. Red snappers, probably their best fish, may be bought at docks. As for restaurants, don't stop at the roadside restaurants to eat--look for the better ones in the cities. Their broiled chicken is good and seafoods along the coast are tops. Vegetable soups are excellent. Rolls are heavy ,but tasty and salads are hot. All tourists should carry a few cans of potted meat, fish, etc., and a can opener in their car. Stop when you see signs read- ing Alto. You will be required to stop and show your papers many times, so safeguard the papers as you would your money. When a Mexican shakes his finger he means "no". You may see this when taking pictures-- don't try to take a picture un- less you show the camera and ask permission. Now for a little information on Mexico City and Acaa3ulco. Tourist information may be found at the approach of Mexico City. Be sure to hire a guide as it is a must. Guide fees are $10.00 per day ,$16.00 for two days. You furnish your car and gas and the guide drives the car. Guides charge $25.00 a day if they drive their own car. The motels in Mexico City are clean and free of bugs, but don't look for motels like we have in the states. The cost of an AAA motel with a double bed and swimming pool was 80 pesos. There are many beautiful sights to see in Mexico City so plan enough time to see them all. We though Acapulco the most beautiful of all Mexican cities along the coast. Rates are high in the finest hotels. There are excellent motels on the beach for 100 pesos for two people. There are also fairly good apartments overlooking the ocean with cooking facilities, Quarters for four cost about 110 pesos a day. The .food at Acapulco is excel- lent and prices are reasonable. Sail fishing and some shark is at its best now. Skippers guar- antee sailfish or no pay. Yachts cost $32.00 a day including tackle. Driving conditions in Mexico are good. Highway 85 out of Brownsville is good. The roads from Mexico City to Acapulco are excellent--most four lanes. Be sure to stop at Taxco and see the silver mines and eautiful silver display. The food is ex- cellent. Don't drive after dark unless you have to. Watch out for dogs, +burrows, horses and cattle feed- ing along the highway. Iexican drivers are the best. We found drivers to be far more courteous there than in the states. Make sure your brakes are in good condition as Mexicans on foot dart in front of your car. Our round trlp mileage from Bismarck was 5850 miles. We spent $140 on gas and $125 on motels. We feel that you can see Hawaii, California and Flor- ida in one package by going to Mexico, and at much less ex- pense. They Head County Agents Association Here are the North Dakota County Agents Assn., officers for 1961. Left to right, top row: Larry Iverson, Valley City, presi- dent; John Logan, Cando, Ist vice president; Kermit Toepke, Watford City, 2nd vice presi- dent; Wayne Owens, Devils Lake, director; Alfred Bye, Bismarck, secretary-t r e a s u r e r; Vernon Nichols, CroSby, immediate past president. Bottom row: left to right, Wal- ter Mattson, Beach, 3rd vice president: Maurice Ellingson, Dickinson, director, and Donald Hotchkiss, Williston, director. The county agents association met at NDSU College of Agri- culture during the annual Exten- sion Service conference in Janu- ary. Nort Dakota's Greatest WANT AD Farm C,)verage -- Gets Remits 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 Mada Street BISMARCK, N. D. Business Opportunity 9 Store for sale, lease, trade. Com- plet( line of groceries. Easy terms. Modern living quarters. Ernest I3;tchler, Almont, N. 1)ak. 30-32 I)partment store in good town between Minneapolis and Duluth. Established 25 years. $l.O0 plus tock+ Kashfinder, Wichita, Karts. $1 Good bur for sale-Grosslng $40.00@ n year.; building and fixtures write or call Lyle C-ally, Makoti. N. Dak. I-2 For Sale 8 For Sae: 18 foot /-,one Star Boat, 1958 50 horse power motor, lots of extras. Priced to sell Dial SH 8-2731 Write Albert Wegerle, Haen, North Dakota 55-58 For Sale--40 acres irrigated land 4miles from Pairvtew. See M. M. Liebelt. 1 For Sale: Shetland pony mares to fold inspring, spots, chesnuts, blacks. Also Palomino stallion 2 years old. Nestor Metzger, Long- don, N. Dak. 31-32 For Sale By Owner 1956 Ford 4 dr IIardtop, 1956 Ford country sednn would take late model Ion pickup intrade. 1941 Ford 1- ton truck, box. hoist. Ph GI 7-4510 Ervin Neff, Mercer, N . Dak. Jl Pets 13 Puppies English Spri gers, liver and white 4 months natural re- trievers AKC reg E. H. Tiffany, Phone 4651 Dlgeley, 2N'. Dak. 31 For Sale AKC registered Chihua- hua puppies, $50.00. Miss Janice Watt Phone 6426, Underwood, N. Dak. 31 Livestock 7 or Sale: PUREBRED HEREFORD POLLEi) BULLS AND HEIFEI{ A- l,. Nelson XNllton, N.D. 37 Have a large number of Holstein and Gueransey springing heifers. thirty (t:ys from freshening, from artit'icini breeding, calfhood vac- oin-t+,d, weighing 1,000 to 1,100 lOUnd. T. B. and bangs tested. from top qualtty herd. also open t,+df:,'s nnd bred heifers sold on order and delivered. Verite or call Lamont Knuth, Route 2, Augusta, IVisconsin Telephone Augusta, Number 19F21 or 32F23. 29-3 North Dakota Yorkshire Breeders Association First annual all fe- male sale. 30 head bred and open 'ilts. Freddie Chandler, Auctioneer, Februnry 11, 1:30 Lisbon 31 Wanted 40 to 50 head of range cows on shares. For Sale b'aled hay square bales 45c a bale. Richard Kutz, ,Voodworth, N .Dak. $1 Female Help Wanted 26 NURSE INSTRUCTOR Faculty po- sition avalla,ble with the na- tional accredited Methodist--Kahler Sch'ool of Nursing located in Roch- ester, Minnesota, a world lead- ing medical center. Medical-Surgi- cal instruction, B. S. degree re- ]uired. Excellent salary free medi. al care while in Rochester. 5 day, 0 hour week. Monday through Fri- lay. Send resume to Charles Frem- stad, Personnel Office, Rochester Methodist Hospital, B>chester. Minn. I Seed And Feed 5 Grass. alfalfa, corn. All farm seeds. Write for price llst free. Chesak Seed House, 1223 14th St. Bis- marck, N. Dak. 28-31 For Sale: 2000 bales of wheat and oats straw. 10 cents each. Dan Ketterling, Mercer. Phone McClus- ky 36 3-2613 31-32 Hay For Sale 35 For Sale: Good, clean alfalfa hay, 3rd cutting 75c per bale. 2nd cut- ing 60c per bale. Warren Rocken- bach, Fort Clark, N. Dak. 31 Notice 2 LARGEST wholesale supply in [' S. Furniture. clothing, appll nees, autos and accessories, farm aquipment, tools, housewares, new products, imports Free details Associated Who esalers, Box 2065 -BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa. USED AUTO PARTS. lTsed parts for all makes and models of ears Tony's Body Shop 13 So. 14th .gt.. Bismarck, N. Dak. Dall CA$- )547 5tf HUNTERS: Used. Guaranteed Rlfl reloading tools, new dies, com- plete $27.00. Also severs| used 1 20, 12 gauge shotguns, & Rifles. Bullets, Powder, shot prim- ers. 'Nodak Gunshop. 3ta Second Street, Bismarck, North Dakots Boots For the family made to measure, lree catalog. Crichet Boot Co. El Paso, Texas. 29-33 Therapeutic Dietitian Located in Rochester. Minnesota. a world {eadlng medical center. Diet in- struction for Mayo Clinic patients in a 500-bed hospital. ADA re- 3nlrements. experience not neces- sary but desirable, age open. Ex- cellent salary schedule with liberal Fringe benefits including free medi- cal care while in Rochester. Apply harles S'remstad, Personnel Office, Rochester Methodist Hospital. Rochester. Minn. 31 ATTENTIO2Xr Shopmen-ttydraullc, presses, drill presses and mobile Cranes. Small sizes to 10 ton for ervice stations and %asement shops; convert to drill presses In seconds. Prices will surprise you. We can demonstrate when in your rea. Write "Harnessed Hydraul- ics" Aneta N. D. Phone McVille 0-12. 132 Am buying old American and Can- adlan coins, send any quantity check mail same day. .tlgatlon ;uaranteed. Mr. John Morris, 118 West Sheridan Street, Ely, Minn- esota. 31 Bnow Sleds--New fiberglass models now available, also used sleds nd snow sled building supplies, propellers engines, Aluminum, etc. Trail A led, Crosby, Mlnn 'l'el }46-6323. 546-5268, 546-5408 Open 7 ays. 1 Personal 38 CARE I)R U NM A RRIED MOTHERS Florence Crlttenton Home 711 13th St. So. Fargo. North Dakota. Write snperlnend- ent for information. All inquiries ,'on fidentlal. HELP FOR U'N MARRIED MOTHERS counsel and nurslnI care. Write House of Mercy. 151- th Avenue South. Fargo, North r)kota. All inquiries confidently; Personal Retired couples, Say good. bye to winter cold and wind, and to summer heat and humidity. Investigate the mild four-season climate of Commerce, Box 1026, Roseburg, Oregon. 30-38 Farms For Sale 2 960 A grain and cattle farm, 3-V miles southeast of Salts, $45 Per A. Thomas H. Thorsen, Rugby. N. Dak. 31-$$ For Sale: ,1280 acre farm. 700 ares under cultivation fair buildings, Leroy & Loren Renken. Fred, 1'. Dak. 30-33 For Sale: 800 acre well Improved farm. Close to schools and church- as. Victor Holmqulst, Flasher, N. Dak. 31-32 For Sale or Trade 18 For Sale or trade for livestock. One 196-30 Caseomatic diesel tractor firepower, only a few hrs. Guaranteed--like new. A real buY. See Conrad Klnzer, Kum, I'. D. Phone NI 7-5471 31-34 North Dakota Newspaper Assn. Bismrck N. 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