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February 18, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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February 18, 1960

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Bowhunters Elect Officers i ;i S I ore to oe,he books on rocord opposin a I lhelr own selection.Congress for school construction aid, ~ " ! "Federal funds which are return- and another measure providin~ for ~: ',or 'ed to this or any state are not construction and teacher salary aid ~ -,". fron'l federal sources I much. compares wiln leaeral iunas - ii~ii!! Decision of the North Dak ~ta for any other program. Combined ---C3--- Farm Bureau education committee with state funds appropriated by the state legislature, they are en- OXYGEN ANALYSIS this week to oppose federal aid for : ~' ' ough, however, to help the different BEGUN ON LAKES eountv and regional areas to or-The -,'-'-,1 -~:~---:-* - - prise from State Librariantlazel O di.~rolv ~ oY~mu'wmmr enore at ganize libraries and establish book-'checking "d xv~en o to~. Brynes. ~:~ ~i ~: : mobile serv,ce, of fishing--1-al~aei:mgan i st v~n,e"gl~: The committee said that if a coun- .~i : The Farm Bureau group cited [announced Dale Henegar. fish man- " ~ lit} "~C ~ Stutsman county for having estab- ] agement chief for the ~ame and !@ii~ ty wants bookmobile library service,lisbed a bookmobile withoul any fish department. - federal help. The Library Services fore the federal program came into Ithe water of several lakes. This is Act of congress m'ovides matching pointed out that Stutsman acted be- '~have begun to rtm chemical tests on funds fro" establishment of book- ' "~!i ~ '%N~ ~* existence: Count!es can bring about tto determine the affects of thick mobileSMembersin ruralof theareaSFarm Bureau !ll ~ :/. ~'~ b~,2k2~;b~esSC~v,ee using thbir own ~e~a?~g~t2V3~e~n$;::;:~:$?hme3 committee include Mrs. William ~ " " our history, when it is most import- be available for some time yet, S Bryce Streibel of Fessenden Mrs I " ' I Imformed of any country in the[ Claude Brown oI Dunn Center, i tworld, these funds give an added[ ~lee~gs!:il ((teal'Is and Fish Ph 'to bY i:.i~i:r~ili~ ~tate Rep. Stanley Saugstad of M,n-, ,encouragement to reach all people or, Howard Gordon of DickinsonI Iwith reading material ! ~ .at'~ Mrs. t.ane said "We can get theI land the fact that patronage is goodi,v~ .~{l:. |i~lm~h, | service, with a greater selectivityt lhas been attested to many times. I,~,~[~ ~~ | Dakota Library Commission." [not hax;e adequate library service |/ ~ and -" | " " :J;~l~ 'b:~d:e :?:2rld:?rghOTd bot~t. " s,t~: Mrs. Byrnes, who lleads tile i 22e [locally is welcome to use tile State I[ kl 1 mmB~s} | L, overnar; ~a*pn mgeoretsonO ~ear- speciest}Archie,s curre~Lreeord was Library commission, said "q'he ,Library Commission, and service It " I .Ik~/Imm I ,will ahvavs be available for those,~. ~] ~ ~ ~ I f who want material not available in mC~ ~ H1 I ~ii:i~jiii~iiin l::~!!e d~ieP::!ireheJ~ e:dncl"an-t;i;; promot, ng an extended l,brary program, as is 'the library agen-the state and none in the rurallocal librmies and on the book-,~L'~ ~ | l~,)wh,mters cy of every state in the union, areas, Bookmobile service was mobiles, and for those people in,"~~- ~ ~ | "This calls for getting books tointro,-luced as the best means of areas where bookmobile service is[ ~ ~ a the rural people of the stale whosupplying books directly, to the not feasible." Mrs. Byrnes added.I "'- -- Geierman (Bismarck), NFAA Field l hr, la~ ~,~ ,~,~,v~ a ~ t~;~ Library commission, said "q'he service is that which is directly G vernor Ralph Inge)retson ~Far- [ State I ibrary Corn nissi n is ] availah e to he pe,ple. With specl~ ,A hie s etI eDL m orfl was go), caste n v~ee-presi~ent; i"s " ~ : ' " -' promoti tg an exten( ed 1 )rary,only a e, ad~ quate ]ib:arles in Vernon H mderson (1Vandan) sec- !bagg( ne r his h~ ne progran, as is 'the ill ~ary ~gen- ; the sta e md tone i~t t~e rural retary-tre surer; Berl: Str) hman ! Ab(~t ~ ~00 lice sod 1x chu' tersey of e~ er~, state in he'~ ~ion. ! areas, ~ ~km, bile s~r~ice was (Bismarcl~,president; Harol Jan- 'were fiet after C er anO ant, top, "This c dls for getti ~g 1. ,oks 1 intro.-lu .'e I as he best ~eans of n~sen (Gz -risen), dire.'tor-at- arge" ! a, e rural people of it :' st ,e wl i supplyi ~g boo :s directly to the ~. . " . m *~orrn D/IKOI.IIt m ~uo~, m m~ ~ do not have library service al i people, making it possible for The Farm Dureau group also went ~Ypresident.Thertmmmeeting'~smarc~)" was att~ndedcCntrai v~ce- 'by ]available]States frOma whiChtotal ofinf rmation283.860 boy'-is ;--cone"--- anger " Strike. over 65 delegates representing arc- ihunters took advanta~ze of archer hery ctabs all over the state. Tl~e Iseasons on big game. S{~'ates wi(i ~ DO V"I'7-/~Y "~ (" 60~,ff,~1/~I./1~'1- /~'~ [ /A'fi'~m,-~ --~O--'~H./-~ ~,--.-,t --7 i r group awarded the 1960 State Arc- ~the la gest number of bowhunter= ~v 7-0 P/aAR~ a~/ .2 I k .fflLV~,~/ / ~ " .;~ ~'~ l hery tournment to Minor for July ',are California, Michigan, New Jer- .5'//00~. " A total of 276 bowhunters wereI In 1958 bowhunters in all state~ paid-up members o, the association ,made up 5 percent of all deer htmt- ~ ~, ~:',] .~m.~.~ (~.~ year.the Iers. but bagged only 1.2 percenl~ of ~~ --.~=1~~~11~1~5~~~ Dttring past three years N. D. ]the deer killed. By national aver- ~ to keep this state at the topoi the [and gun hunter success 18.9 percent. neap mr a o~g game state J.mrmg Th nat ss ~u d-c~-K~--~ ~ ,-7-'r--t,-, ~.~-'~ . " / e ional succe ratios are con- mis tame three world's record~ have [siderablv below North Dakota's been established here ~ - -- [which were 8.2 per cent for bow- I~ 1957 Pat Sulliva~ Glen Ullln, [hunters and 46 percent for gun 1 ba~ged a mule deer near his home [hunters fla 19f~. town that held top honors until the h --e ~~~ s~a~on of 1968 Now P [ The resmt~ oz "~ mx anves av ars Dig m,tuey [been reported to the game and fish DUCK IS raTea tnlra Des~ ever ~aKen by aepart~ment so Iar Inls winter. ~ut . an archer. Roy M~tten, of Wet- ' O Dy me ena oz January mese amves huge mule deer buck taken in Me- . ~ ~# ~-/.// ~4~ "-. / oz~/7:'. -- " ] - /2Z 7;4K~ OV~'A~/ " Ker~zie county. I In these forty drives a total of . ~t~ . An honor that has not been pt~b- [826 jackrabbits and 332 red foxes lett, of Tolley, N. D. Bobby eurrenb, bagged ~or each fox taken. On an ly holds the record for the best average drive 87.2 hunters cover b,a bowhunter. I, was bagged inrabbits and 8.~ foxe~ "~"--~ ~-~2t" i ~--7 ~ Dr. Bernard Finch blows out candles on a cake his attorney Ilfl~ v/'--~ It,~l brought to court in Los Angeles to help celebrate Dr. Finch's 42nd birthday. Carole Tregoff, his co-defendant on trial in I ~/-z'~'K~A5 GO/A/ell 7"0 7"~Z~. ~. "~ ~'7~ O;rHE,~ [ I D/DA/~r kI"A/~T THAT"TO the murder of his wife, listens intently to testimony of Marie ! ~'-/'/~'A/.g.=/4~ A"N~7"V A~O/J;" r//~" ~'~'~ 2 ~*-~,0,~" "r//~". H,4/:'~'A~ ' ment Mles Tregoff's attorney was asking Miss IAdholm: ~'~'0,~" "Did you see my client, Miss Tregoff, anywhere on the Finch l'II property the night of the murder ?" ~ Lldholm ~id. "No." . ~/~.~ OUT OF THIS WORLD--This l~'the female rhesus monkey in the Little Joe test capsule of the P~oject Mercul3r launch- tng at Wallolm Island, Va. She is shown at the U, S. Air Force School Of Aviation Medtct~ at Brook~ AF~ Tex~ all togged out ~ her out-of.~d Eear. / t / ~,~ou~-'-~ :! i ,i J i: [/ >{i !