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March 3, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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March 3, 1960

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THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. i gl *'Se~ are lege. Men; the I DOGNAPPING By Bob Bartos Manager. Frlskies Research Kennels Dognapping is an insidious crime. Owners whose dogs are taken are helpless, for no amount of advertising or search- ing will bring back their pet. All they are left with0is sad un- certainty. Has their dog been hit by a car? Is he wandering around lost? Has he been taken in by some family and if so, is he being fed and cared for in the manner to which he's ac- customed ? The reason a stolen dog is seldom seen or heard of again is that dognappers work rapid. ly. They rush your dog across the state line and sell him fast to the first buyer, generally for far less than the dog is worth. Hunting dogs are prime targets, for owners are apt to let them run loose This makes it easy for them to be picked up. Then, too, there's an ever-ready market for the good houn~l Or"bird dog and when the price is right, a bargain is hard to resist. If you value you~ dog, it's well to take precautions that will foil the dogTtapper. Your dog should be obedience trained to stay around the house; if not, he should be confined to a pen. Never let your dog run loose unless you're wlth him. Train him never to accept food from strangers, for most dognappers use food for bait, If you'll include the word REIVARD on your dog's identlfl- cation tag, the thief may figure that the reward may bring a greater profit than a quick sale, o it's a"safeguard worth try. ing. ~ FeedlIg Tlpt Fish is desirable in a dog's diet because of its high nutrient quality. The feed. ing of a top quality prepared dog food such as Friskies, which contains fish meal in adequate amounts, provides this good nu. trition without the hazards of fresh fish. Fresh fish may trans- mit tapeworm, or protozoa. And there's also the ever present danger of fish bones. SECRETARY CHRIS- TIAN HERTER and .our Ambassador to Cuba, Philip Bonsai, arrange in Wash- ington for their con- ference on the deli- A RESCUE WORKER cote situation in our who returned from' relations with the the shaft in the mine Castro government, at Coalbrook, Or- ====:====}====}.==6=:==:========================================}=====}====== ange Free State '::: : "i: :~:~:~:!: ~! ~:~ ::i;~: :};~i:i:.{iiil;~ !(}!ill ~iii were trapped Hope i!:iiiiiii:!:::!! :,~i~ : for soving them was virtually abandoned .~::i:~::':.: " :~. i:::::!~i::~!~!~i: VERA MILES is the after four days of 10ggest star on the ~":~:"::~"~f Paramount horizon strenuous efforts. this year in view of "~ ~----~-~ the three big movies : I she will be seen in in 1960 They are, . "v , The ,OUCh of Lar-. ceny." 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