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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK. THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962 OCIAL kCCOUHT XAS Orff tions and Answers: illll : 1411[ALTH. *0UCATION, Ni WELFARE IC0At NCVOITV AIk*lwle?llaVe*a O AII-HI are ]invited to sulk, properly report them? to Social S. l ANSWER: The name of the P. O. Box employee, his social securRy ac- N. Ik. Questions in this colum reply sent to --...=__ I am 66 years old part time. Can I social security bene- though I&apos;m still work- count nunber+ ,the cash wage payments to him, dates worked, and the amount deducted for the: employee's share of the social security tax on 1/is earings. QUESTION: When must a farm employer report the social secur- ity tax of his employees? ANSWER: Form 943, together with payment of taxes due, ji$iiiiqiiiiTiii;i$]!Ylihih. Commissioners Proceedings ,uLl,i;tllillUllttldll$11alillllUllUildlUlUlllillllUiit, February 6', 162 Medora, Nortff" Dalta 10i00 O'clock A.:. 'rne'B0ad of Coumty Commissioners nr with Conmlssioners J,0ubert, m-.on,wy, ann a.lkowski present, I 1i've minutes Of e peri0 meet* mg 6f January 2, 1962 wele approved ,, read. A motion was made by Malkowski and seconded by Joubert to raise the Sata: .0 Olga Hlebechuk, Janitor for u,e Cou.vthouse from $140.00 to $150.00 a month;-'effective February i, 1962. Motion carried. A motion was made by Mal!gwski and seconded by Joubert o transfer $1,000.00 from the general fund to the social welfmrc fund. Motion carried. The llowing bills were audited and appxoved for payment: Marvin Gregory, driving truck .......................................... $ 68.35 Peter Kordonowy, mileage and salary ................................ 222.18 zra G. Joubert, mileage and sala: y ....................................... 27.49 M. O. Malkowski, mileage and salary ................................ 175.34 Oiney's Office Supply, sup- plies .................................... 4.88 West Plains Eicctrie, REA .... 59.70 Mirac,e Gas Company, fuel .. 120.41 Globe Gazette Printing, ,of- Probably so. You of Your social security are not over By all means, check security office so just how much get. How far back can Paid? I was 65 two hl my income I get benefRs if I apply now? No. Beneits can .be 12 months back. 'aPply right away. : you delay, you payment. a farmer and each year is not I still keep farm- all of my social Yes. As long as making over $1900 able to draw all your My benefit is $105 gone back to make $1600 this able to draw any Yes. You can get oci.al security "Last year you should be Sent to the District Di- fce supplies ................. 185 .  rector of Internal Revenue not county Treasurer, casi] items 40.15 K.ordonowy Garage, labor later .than January 31 following and repair .......................... 738.34 the year the wages were paid, sam Krivoruchka, hauling scoria ....................................... 409.50 Lloyd Dennis, hauling scoria 141.00 LOOKING LOOKING LOOKING! August Anheluk, hauling sot'ia .................................... 217.50 For clocks of all kinds, worn- Frank Armbrusl, hauling out, or otherwise. Wall clocks, scoria 416.{)0 Buster Kiym, gasoline ............ 7.00 mantel clocks, antiques, alarm Emil Evoniuk. dr.lvirg .......... 103.66 clocks, etc. Please contact Earl Benjamin F. VoleSky, operat- ing loader ................................. 188.21 Bird, Medora. Clifford Beau- doin, 5 Eest 2nd St. Dickinson, No. Dak. 4O-3tc WANTED AT : ONCE--Man wiih car for Rawleigh Business in Golden Valley and Billings Counties. Buy on time. Write immediately to The W. T, Raw- leigh Co., NI:XC-300-301, 1000 N. Third St., Minneapolis 1, Minn. 40-8tc SPINET PIANO BARGAIN  We have two lovely pianos, one dark and one light, in this vicinity that we will transfer to reliable party who will take up monthly installments or fall payment. Write or call J. M. Wylie Piano Company Bis- marck, North Dakota. 41-2tp MOTEL- OPPORTUNITY -- For immediate sale, Noyes Modern Cabins, Beach, N. Dak., eight Arnoul Kordonowy, driving truck ......................................... J,seph R. Evoniuk, labor ...... Redmond Garage, 1 case heat 8.75 =ac. Inc., fuel .................... J'11.27 Carl So,berg .ktatc, welding ',a Win. F. Syiveser, welding .... 4.5{} -Leslie T. Connell, trucking and labor .................................. 12.00 Alex Enrmantrau[ running patrol ........................................ 2"/.91 Gr,.sman & Kraiter, paxts .... 1.10 .Vtann Auto Supp.y, shocks .... 12.20 Scineider Chevrolet, pump .... 9.15 Southwestern Distrmt Health, county share ............................ 1.185.66 Alice L. Lebo, vital statistics ,.50 Social Welfare bills from 7589 to 7599, 7630 and 7632. and 7600 were audRed and approved for payment. Public We:fare bills from 7601 to 7686 were audited and pproved for payment. 2:00 O'clock P.M. the following bids on the rental of equipment were re- ceived and ,opened: Tractgr & Equipment ConTpany Sidney, Montana D-6 Caterpillar Traotor with read cable control unit angle dozer and No. 60 scraper $5.00 per Kgur. No. 60 Caterpillar scraper $2.00 per hour. No. 14 Caterpillar motor grader $4.00 per hour. No. 12 Cat- erpillar motor grader $4.00 per hour. Kaper Filkowski Belfield. Nrth Dakota Loading gravel or scoria per yard $.28; hauling gravel or scoria per yard $.28; dragline work per hour $13.50; driving piling with 2500 pound hammer $18.00 per hour; back hoe $12.00 per hour; gravel truck with driver $5.00 per hour. Albert Hle,bechuk Belfield, North Dakota D- cat dozer or scraper $]2.00 per t3ur $.22 per yard. No. 12 patrol $12.00 p-r hour, with county fur- nishing fuel, oil, cutting edges and man No. 12 $7.00 with snow plow add $.25 per hour Norman S. Chase Medora, North Dak,ta D-6 dozer $12.00 per hour; D-6 cat and scraper $1.00; cat and scraper by the yard S.22. Helm Brothers, Inc. Manl%n _, North Dakota 7 cat with dozer or 10-12 yard i scraper $12.00 per hour; 1 TD9 lrternatJ.onal with front end load*' er 1 cubic yards $10.00 per hour; I truck crane and pile driver 300 86,371 pound hammer" $20.00 per hour; l 7.75 ' drag line 3/4 yard $18.{){) per hour. Joseph S. Karsky, operating .pLl rol ...................................... 143.41 Joseph C. Armbrust, operat- ing d-7 eat ............................ 185.08 Motor Vehicle Registration, transfer of title .................... 3.50 Billings County Pi, oneer, pub- lica,tions .................................. 77.9 Belfield 4080, supplies ........... 4.47 Belfield News. pu,b]ieations .... 17.10 Billings County Pioneer, en- velopes ..................................... 3.75 Medora Telephone Company, telephone bill ...................... 221.46 Virginia Lf'felmacher, mile- age ................................................ 56.41 12:00 O'clock noon the Board of Couu,ty Commissioners edjourned for dinner t, reeonvene at I:0 O'clock to continue auditing the bills. Knight Printing Company, office supplies ........................ 212.34 Ted Cornell, mileage .............  . 20 JoAnn Leppert, salary ........... 149.20 Mauriee Ellingson, salary .... 62.00 Wilma Bren. salary ................ 15.00 Albert Hlebeehuk, moving Cat ' .................................. 37.60 Wheeler Lu,m, ber Supply," bridge supplies .................... 35.9 Schu'tz Machinery, repairs and labor .................................. 138.41 Elmer E. Elkins, partol >p- Joseph E. Johnstone Beach, North Dakota TD 18 $7.50 per hour with op&rator and fuel, $5.00 without oetaco and fuel; Patrol $6.50 per hour wJ:th operator and fuel, $4.00 with- out operator and fuel; Mucker $7.50 per hour with operator and fuel, $4.00 wittmut operator and fuel; H.D5G $7.50 wit operator and fuel, $5.00 without operator and fuel. Building roads with cat and mucker and patrol $.10 per yard. Malkowski made a motion and it was seo3nded by Joubert to accept all bids. Motion carried. Having no further business the Board of Courty Commissioners sO- Journed to meet February 7, 1962 for a Special meeting. IETER KORDONOWY Chairnn DANIEL OSADCHUK County Auditor Februmy 7. 1962 Medora. Norti Dakota SPECIAL MEETING A Special meeting was called by the Board of County Commissioners for the purpose of opening bids. 11:00 O'clock A. M. the following of County C,0mmissioner. A motion was marie by Malkowski nd seconded y Joubert. Motion carried. 12:00 Noon 1:30 P.M. the folgwing id for pro- pane wa received and opened: Miracle Gas Company, ..Ickison , North Dakota, $.15 per gaIIqs:. A motion was nade  l&a|lowski and secnced by dotberl "tO :pr0ve the bid. A list of delinquent prsorl prop- erty taxi's was presente/to the ard and after going over the Mst, a motion was lnade aa secondetl to cancel or attach the following taxes. Motion carried. David Fugere, cancelled,  taxes for $1.U5. Nxc Martm, cVaxee|}ett, 1940- 41 taxes for $5.Z1. A motion was made b.'Jotbert and secnued hy Malkowski o a*eh the following 1958 and pot personal property taxes to the tea} estate ef- lective March I, 1962. l@ carried. Dan Cheadle, NW,4 of 939-00 teorge J. Dutebuk, z z  1'42-98 Paul Dutchuk. lots 3-4' Sblt of 4 142-100 J;3hn Grosulak, SE & of 8 ,]1-9 Steve Haverluk, N .el  .1 Charlie J. Hibl, N, N, SzN, N.SZ of 12 141-98 Alfred Kadrmas, le of  14;}-98 Sam Kanski, SW,  .I', Lola IAndbc LotS 1-2-3-4 "40-100 sag Logosz, S, of ,1.;1l-J ' ere rciv, S,N . of-)' 11-98 Casimer Radakowski, SW)A ef 3 142- 100 Palmer Simpler, SE, of  ]43-100 John Symionow, SW, qf 5 ..139-100 Steve Zagurski, NW, o 24 -00 2:30 P.M. the ollo, wi[ bids were received and opened for $coriaing and graveling of roads in BIDngs County. Jse; E John.me, Bva,gh, or.l Dakota At.bert Hlebeehuk, B&Ifie)d, North Dakota C,aska Brothers. Beach. l'orth Da- kota Kasper Filkowski, Belfieid, North Dakota motion was made by Malkowski a seconded by goubert to approve all bids. Motion carried,. 3:30 P.M Sioux Falls, "South Dakota Concrete SeetiesmJ hgvert Com- pany, Fargo, North Dakota North Dakota Concrete P-rlucts Company, BLsmrck, Nort Drkota A motion was made by Makowski and seconded by Jubert to alprove all bids. M(tion carried. Having no further business the Board adjourned to mttL-bruary 26, 1962 or a Speci.al nveXg. Chairman ...'7. DANIEL OSADCHUK I County Auditor The following bids wexe eceived and opened for supplying meXai cul- verts for Billings County. North Dakota Metal .Chert Corn- claims against the estate of said de- pany, Fargo, .Norh Ikoh eedont which hdv e been presented as Northwestern Sheet and. Smm Works, I hereinbefore provided, arid all 1rsol Wahpeton, North Dako ineerestedfn said estate are required Fargo Culvert Compmty, Fa'go, then and there to slw cause why North Dakota 1 such claims should not be allowed Armco Metal Ploducts Division. Dated March 2. A.: .D;. 1982. ANNUAL TOWNSHIP MEETING THE CITIZENS of the "Pownship of Fryburg in the County of Billings and Slate of North Dakota, who are qualified t vote at General E:ectlons, are hereby notified that the Annual Township Meeting for said Townshlp will.13e held at The Fryburg dall in said Township on TESDAY. the 20th day of March next, between the hours of nne o'et0ck in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of the same day, for the followi.g purposes: To elect one Supervisor or.the term of three years, one Township Clerk,. ne. Treasurer. one Assessor, Justice of the Peace, four Commission-ers of Concdlton and Constable. "And shall Fryburg ovnship be dissolved." CaUeaus will be held 2 p.m., March 13. Anxmal Meeting at 2 p.m., March 20, and to do an# other business proper to be done a.t said meeting when convened. Given under my hand this Sth day of March A. D., 1962. P. J, LOFFELMCHER Township Clerk (Mar. 8-15) NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTF OF THE ESTATE OF NICK CHORNUK, DECEASED. Notice is hereby given by the under- signed executrix of the Last Will and tTestament of said decedent o the creditors of, and all persons having l claims against said decedert, to ex- hibit tPtem w!.th the necessary vouch- ers wthin three months after the first pbL;cation of this notice, to the County Court of Billings County, North Dakota in the Cout I0use in the Village of Medora in said County and State. You are .further notified that Hen. Alice L. Lebo, Judge of the County Court within and for' said County and State has Oy .order fixed the lth day 1 of June A. D.. 1962. t the hour of 1O o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court Roms, in the Oourt House in the Village of Mdora in said County and State, as te tiTte and plaoe for hearing and afjusting all MARTHA. CI-IORaNUK Executrix Of the .Estate f Nick Chornuk, Deceased. WHLIAM W. EICHHORST Atorney for the Executrix First publleation on the 8th day of Marc2L A. D., 1962, (Mar. 8-15-22) February 26, 1962 Medora, Norlh Dakota SPECIAL ]t-'JETIN 2:00 O'clock p. M. The Board of County Commlssi3uers NOTICE Notice is hereby given tlat a Township Annual Me0ting will be held on the 20Yah day of llroh 1962, t the Medra Curhouse, in the court room from 1 o'clock to 5 p.m., to elect one Supervisor for he term of 3 years and fol- met for a pecial meeting to instruct lowing afficers for the term of the county auditor to a0vertise for liability auto, truek and equipment 2 years, one Townhip Clerk, one insurance on county rd. equipment Treasurer. one Assessor, and one including hired truck and non-owner- Justice of Peace. ship liability to cover $5011},000.00 bodily injury and $29,000.00 p-opertv ELSIE M. KULSY damage, plus additional everage of Township Clerk collision on ruek.s and pickups owned " my payments How did much to with- : With,held from for each $2 you $1200 and $1700. was withheld on earned over $1700. : I am still working. if I can draw any now 65, Vehat With us so You should file a m know how lag and what we can tell any payments You have any how much a even though Write us for you have to to get any lVlany people le m work after Some bene- can or not de- of your been told I Payments working. Wll she be he can draw for' my thxee I have a and make Will con- security? &t Your rate of get about $370 Your to draw month I hired e Works at $1 per eeurity pay your of order LD private rentals, plus owner or l crater ...................................... 103.50 mgr, s' apt., atrtomatic laundry, i Mabil Oil Company, fuel ........ 139.65 registration office, utility bldg. I Total price $18,500.00, occu- LOST--In Medora. man's black pancy can be immediately?! rimmed fflasses, with rmme Phone 872-38. Con:act; Russ Larry Kouba. Call collect 872- Noyes, Beach. 42-2tc 4572, Beach. 42-1tc Flat coHax, wide raglan sleeves ia the topper, lamined Jersey. 10 to 16. CLARA'S bids for lumber and bridge supplies were received and pened: Wheeler Lumber Bridge and Supply Company, Bismarck, N.ol.h Dakota. A motion was made by Joubert and seconded by Malkowski to accept the bid. The roll, owing abatements of the followirg taxpayers were presented t the Board of County Coxnmissloners. A motion was made by Joubert and seconded by Malkowski to act on them accordingly. Mr. Ray Razzler. Medora, rejected for it was felt tuat the assessment was correct. Mr. Lyle Wyck<rf, Medora, rejected also. Gone Fisher, Dickinson North Dakota, ap- proved. Mr. Fred Ennist, Medora. was held over for further investigation. Mr. Earl Romanas, Medvra, reject.d for it was felt the assessment was correct. Votion carried. The Bond of the Globe Gazette Printing Company, Wahpeton. N.rth Dakota, for general office and election by Billings County. ] Having no furtber btlsiness the ! Simplify s'nopping oy watch Board of County Cmmisiners ad- j-u,n,d to meet at their rler ses- irlg 'the bargains offered by 0 sion. on March 6, 1962 PTER KORDONOWY Chairman DANIEL OSADtTIIUK County Auditor Medora Dinner Guesls--- Rusze]l Noyes and .two chil- dren, Karen and Bruce, and Bill Lawson motored to Painted Can- yon laser Sunday alterno6n where they were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Noyes. They returned home that evening afLer spending an afternoon of oM merdmn in this paper MEET THE CHARACTER WHO CAN supplies was presented to the Board vis]ti,ng. vvvv .... _ - -- ]19119 = =,o Since its founding, March 15-17, 1919, The American Legion has earned, the respect and confidence of the Natton. Established on a firm foundation of Americanism, Child Welfare, National Security, and Rehabilitation, the Legion has written a record of community servto r, ]deh is second to none. We salute The American Legion on ilS 43rd Birthday and wish it continued success in its many worthy endeavor00 dedicated to community, state, and Nation ! HARLEY SALZMAN O POST NO. 5 THE AMERICAN LEGION,.: All Legionnaires, Auxiliary and gue00 are invited to attend the Legion Birth- day Party in the Legion Club Rooms, Saturday, March 17 at 8 p.m.00Smorg- asbord will be served. akkAkakkakkAkakAkAk, WVVV V'VVVVVVV VVVVVV V NP" NP'RP'NP" RUIN YOUR CROP[ THIS IS AL "THE BUM" SEED .., who is ready to ruin you! He hongs oround with a tough gang called "Restricted Noxious Weed Seeds," mode up of Wild Oats, Wild Morning Glory, Mustord ond Quock Grossl Some of Al's other frien& include thieves like Stinking Smut, Blackpoint, Scrab, Blight and rgoLThey'll get you for sure-unless you insist on quality seed, or better yet, on CERTIFIED SEEDI tO Svu t mched -ronce thor you is extra, ossu d olonting- ore Duylng ::ich has been a quolity seeo w,j .... a .riSer qrow"n ond procc ......  ,. I - rvision Teto close sul:a--d Ioboraory inspec.a ,['.North Dckota ?esteo w -,. I Stote SeesdellePo:s't gYgr u. vare[eswlth highe yield ond moace quolitles, We tor dtaol t.format NORTH DAKOTA, CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Unhrstp Station FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA