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l !- ~S t- L~ r. n it S, Ls h d it BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER PtOWERY TOUCH--Anne Purves, queen of the International Flower Show in New York's Coliseum, adds a decorative touch as she poses in the Sterling Forest Garden exhiblL It won~ be long before warm weath~ h. fl~exl bloo ~ng outdoor~ CROP ~EEDS NEED other foreign matter, the number C~G TI~EATING of healthy plants increased to 65. A recent survey of small grain When the seeds were both clean- seeds being used for planting in ed and treated with chemical fungi- North Dakota show a definite need cide, 100 seeds produced 72 healthy for mechanical cleaning and ehem- plants. Cleaning the seed thus in- ical treatin~ of all sraall grain seed. creased its value for ,planting a- *these practices are recomended by bout 12 per cent, and the addition NDAC Extension Service. Analysis of 1, 765 lots of small grain seeds in this survey showed that field run seeds produced only ~58 heaRhy plants :for every I00 seeds put in the ground. When these seeds were cleaned mechan- ically, Uy means of screens to re- move all weed seeds, other crop seedz, light or empty grains and of chemical treattnent increased it another 12 per cent, or a total of 24 per cent over t~e field run seed. Of the different small grain crop analyze~ barley responded th~ most to processing with a 55 per cent increase after complete treat- ment. Oats increased a total of 26 per cent' over the field run, and wheat showed the smallest increase SEIZED IN CUBA--Don Chapman. 26. of Omaha, Nebr s free- lance photographer, was held by Cuban authorities in Havana in eonnecUon with the explosion on the French munitions ship, I 4 Cobble. Chapman. a passenger on the vessel had taken pictures of the arms-loaded, ship during the trip from Antwerp, ~ ~ where he boa rdefl the freighter. He escaped injury. with 12 per cent. [ Real Estate For Sale 1 This smaller amount in wheat is ~ J, [ |"or Sale: Sease Blacksmith Shop ~'lou,gn'[ tO De flue tJo me n~Kea '{ .along highwtt y 7" s.:~ ~'~'~"'* ~.v.xvx l~a v ;trot'"''"'" wheat l~ernel. which .does not el-l first Class shop completely equipped IOW patnogemc orgamsms to be as I and ready to Operate. Dan Mayer, Me- Clusk~ N Dak 40 41 readil~v carried with the seed as" ",'. . with oats and barley. ~R-~ 39- ,'verett Tool~ fieldman for the----~--------------- -- North Dakota Crop Irnprovement I~' r ,Sale or Rent : Fazm' produce sta- " lion in Medina also am'all four rOOm ~'L~Socla'~lon s~rongly aavoca~es, ~ . ~ ~ ~ : ' . ' Hen, e. JaKe SllZle ~leclina .'N lfla[~. that farmers pl, an and select their ' ' " 41 planting seeds as carefully as they ~ ~ give the greatest return on their Help Wanted 54 inve~me~nt. Research indicates that the best seed available is the cheapest ~eed--and the best seed is tha~ which has been both clean- ed and treat~d~ The Bank of North Dokota was created by an act of the legislature in 1919. It is the only bank of its kind in the United States. I IN Iq[J~Mal-~r~t BrRaln's PrlmeJand beside her is Mrs. de Oaulle. Macmillan Harold Macmillan (zecond from right) I cam* ~ F~ for informal taUm on a wide is s~owm In RambouiUet, France, with President [ range of topics t~ro the arrival in Paris of Charl~ de Ga~l~ (light) during the ~rH~sh ~Soviet Premier Niki~ S. Khrushchev. The Brit- kmd4a~ vM#. At le~ is Lady Dorothy Macmillan [ ish leader also reported on his tour of Africa. wmza moa quali even though the illing IN MILI2RNG QU&I~I~ sorption, with the remaining four industry maintains Chat 4|his var- (~onley had the highes~ all- all safisfactbry. Highest loaf vet- iety p~sesses lower baking stren- around milling qualit~r of 5 wheat ume was credited o Selkirk, with gth than other varieties. Except in varieties tested over a 4-year pe~'- ~onley second, Mida and Conley p~)tein content, Selkirk was found i excelled in c~nm color, while Tha- to be better titan Lee. ~i oy {~1~81 tecDA'IOIO['~L~I~ all DHL$ toh ~- nre~]uo#d th~ eln~k~f o~wn AC Experiment Station. The other The industry, and the NDAC four varieties tested were Lee, Sel- Conley produced t~,e @trortg~st te~hno10gists, howeverb bo~h feel kirk, Mlda and Thatcher. farinogram patterns, which mea- that strong type wheats are need- sure mixing properties and ough strength. The comparison gave little con- crete evidence to show that Sel- kirk is low in milling and baking ~xam2ning the quality properties turther, Lee was ~he hishest for Protein corutent, with Conley sec- ond. Mida had the highest test weigh~ with Lee iu second place. Middle Aged Couple. She in .harge of eooklng. Man for general work around buildingsand grounds. Also middle aged lady, unattached for ~'en- i eral housework and relief cook. Home for a~ed in beautiful ,~tnta Ynez Val- ley, Solvang, California, with 37 aged residents. Modern equipment for every task. Will entertain application from sincere people wishin~ to remain irt California at least two to three yeaxs. Seandinavicns preferred. Protestant. Please give age, Job references in first letter. Address airmail to: B. P. Chris- tensen, Solvang Lutheran Itomc. Sol- ; rang, California 41 !NEW .traV VAmU r s HOLD RUSTS IN CIIF~K Recent release of two new dur- urns, Wells and Lakota, by sta~e- federal scientists at the North Dak- ota Agricultural Experiment S~- lion promises Northwest. d~rum North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage -- Gels Results BUYING SELLING Rotes: 14c per word first insertion--no ad less thon $2.80 12c per word eoch odditionol issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL ond ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandan Street BISMARCK, N. D. Warm Equipment 4 Personal 3F MAN-UI~E. SI'v"READER--Get the lllus-|CARE FOR UNMARRIED MOTFHg,~ ~razeo teats on the row, easy to I Florence Crlttenton Home 111 1.~th ~t load Schultz S~')readmaster. Ta~ dem ~ south, Fargo, North I~kota. W'rt;e wheels eliminate trouhlesome Jack I ~uperentendent for Information. All Ir Simpl~, strong construction with l/4"10uirtes confidential. roostercomb beaters See year ~pread- master dealer or write P O Box 15 I HELP FOR UNMARRIED MOT~'*R Bismarck, N. Dak. for ecruplate n:l eounmfl and nnr~ ears WH~ l~-~ formation. 34-40 I~oMerey. 1505 ~th hv~ue'~th. Fa~ n --------'--------I r~ Dakota. All inqulri~ eo~fld~att~l l~arm ~|aehin~!rv for sale: One I,A ] -- , ~b,s~, tractur; "4 hottom (~aso plow INotice and 4 bottom 10 disc drill $1275.00 I takes all. b~red ttelm, Zau, N'. 1)ak. 40[LAROEST wholeeal'Q s,~,~ -, rv For ~tie: No. 3 Coop t tor 3 l~[ laurnlturs, clothing, ap'pli"anc~, a'~ plow, packer and drill. Arthur l~ose'u- ] and accessories, farm equipment, tools an. gt ], Willow City N l)ak 40 |houaewnres, new products, iml~orta '[Pree dotnlls h~s~elat(~d ~oIe~lers po,'er take-o,for W-I o- 206 - N, si,tit, 4 e national tractor Please state / ~" price. Otto Hrdntan, Cohlen Valley" /sTIIAWBERRY :~nd RASPI~ERRY N. Dak. 4i /th~liants' All leadin v, retie~. Larsre -~--~ r "'fry Plants. G'rown under irrt~tion ~w-- ~= " "~" ~ ~ ~,Descriptive folder free. MeNoal Berry Male tlelp wanzea za Nursery, Hamilton. TonL 4t-4 epresentatives needed to i.trodue ' ondit oned V',h,e ch cked stb:~tlf~i, varKelt'ih~;he?tUeenni~inie~s l~.qulpment Specials'" 2 i95, ,n;e'r~ 0~{ble~o for direct sales' Write 10N~-~-; ! ~,a.t,on~l "M"'wide' front tractor 2 1953 "1' ,~, 7" 2 : ; -JJonn l)eere "OVa" wide front tractor Ave ~t~Minor, N.Pax or call TE 3- 1 14 ft. C'. C. cultivator like new, 1 1 36-40llO Chuck Wagon new will trade for MF('HANICS wanted. We have a im ha), grain or cattle Be|field Farm i" " . . n - Equipment CO ]~elfield . me|rote opening tot two experieneeo N. F~k. 39-40 nle('hanh.s tO service and re ~air Chrys- ler" automotive prodacts, pleasant working conditiorl, in a modern shop and town. All benef ts available, liber- al guarantee. Write or phone State Oil and Auto Co t:Iunter, N. Dak TR 4-4366 40-41 Seed And Feed SF'~DS SI~EI)S: Registered Canadian Selkirk Wheat bagged, per bu $ 10, Triall Barley Smut tested, Tested, bulk, per bu.'gl.25, Rodney Oats. Bulk, per bu. 90c, I~lax Seed--Marine, Bol- lay, B5128, bagged and treated, per bu. $4.25. We also have a Good supply of r'eed t:ats and Barley at reasonab e prices, These Prices are for early de- liveries and subject to price change. SUNDEEN GRAIN COMPANY. Spirit- wood, N. D. Phone CI, 2-1061 38-41 For Sale, 8 A Rt~AL I~UY. The large Corm Elec- GRANT . FARMlrLy ROSARY! Only .t$?,00 ~luge imported Rosary fro~ I aLP. Ideal for leader of f~mily ro- sary. ]~eautiful wall decoration. W~n- derful for bed. Otder folks l~.'e it. Kids treasure it. Proceeds re, mis- sion convent and ,qtst~rs S,*nd $o 04) to .Marian ttouse. Powe~n Lake, "'I~. Dak. 41-44 A new hit record by ~r. Nelson 'Mira- eulous Medal tlwnn" and "Hymn to St. Ansgar (Oscar)" Get y'our~ no~. 45 RPM Send 1.00 to Marian House, Powers Lake, N. Dak. 4.1-44 :bwzsT fare to Ev, oPr:, s ip or ' Airplane. Conducted Tours also. Write or call tIor~'ik Travel ~rvice. Box 2424, Fargo, Adams 5-260g 40 LOCAL DISrrRIBITT(}RS~fIp Avail- able Brand new and a re~tl money- maker. Can be started in >'our spare time. F'or full details write Box 90 Ad No. 23260 Bismarc ~. N. Dak, growers a minilnum of rust troub- trlc Organ (two keyboards) with 1-Geologically correlated possibility of lea,~ aceormng--~-"- ~o" Do"-~-a,a G .-.~'~et- V~ . cta~e" foot pedals" . Bea~ t.'ful tone oil and mineral d~P<~sita in your " perteet for home or church. Used only county $1.00. Otis Thomas, Shawano, char, executive secre.tary .of the short time; excellent condition. A steal! Wtac. 41 ~ust ~-'revenuon Assn ~nJnn. Also one ORGAN and PIAN() combin. "~ -~ ~-:-~ -^ ation instrument (two lnstlum, nts in - ine new aurums are mr uy ~- . " " s Livestock 7 ane). Can be played as piano or organ instant tb prevalen, races of wheat or both to-e'h ' ' /~ .L~I- An exeellt~nt Duy stem rust and will give durum hut HURRY' St Jame ~,^~, For Sale: 700 mixed age bred ewes, . " s ltee~,).~, Yearling to 6 w,ar ,)ld. l,'il.'st time growers additional insurance a- Pow .rs Lake, ~'.D~k. 41-44advertised for saie. Phone 016R3 after gainst rust losses as their acreage ~ (; t-',~I, hyle Peterson, Sidney, Mont. ~ - =~ ~u~u ~avy only ~ Wheel trailer. lnexeases. ~earty no,on0 bUShels of Iz ton Fairhanks truck sci enew 3~-40 'l"~oltvteld~ t ltoxRedma } tic l the new wheats Will go Into the ~:"I~a'' "'" .' . ' ,' FI, For Sah,: 700 mixed :,g, hred ewes. ground for in~'2rease this spring,"' a. 39-41 yearling tO ~ year old, ~rst time -- 'tdv~,rtised for sale Pl]ot . 016R3 after making Wells and Lakota widely ~'or Sal~: .i-bottom Case plowand PM Lvle Peterson,Sidne~ Mont. avzilable in 1961 lhdst,in Imll calves Christt,'etzer " "' 41 4 '~m moose N Dak " 4~ " ' ~ " " w Bulk of the durum acreage in --y----:~--~ I~'o,- ,~,~le: PURt']Bi~.I':I~ HICRF, F(HtD 1960 will be seeded to Langdon and Livestock 7 POLL],JD BULLS AND HF,~IFEP~S. Ramsgy, the varieties which halt- - IA~ Wilton, N. D.-- "3"7 ed stem rusl~ losses in the early [)rink more money. Get our new free l ~ Angus bulls, 2 Your ktmbs can cost less to grow and { For ~-" ~ o+o.~ l~0'S, booklet. American (?hey ot Society La-Years and younger. Reasonably pric- Of particular importance to farm- t'ayette ilill 21, Pa " 39-50ed Buy your bull early while the era, is ~ ability of the durums to ~ ~ --- cnozce ts good. Goldberg Angus Farm, ~USln ~uox 584 Moorhead Mlnn 41 5~ with stand heat and drought evid- ess Opportunity 9 ' - - ent in many areas last summer itEI)UCED PRICE: ll*untt ATA motel North Dakota Newspaper Assn. w~nen bread wheats were more sev- sleeps 40~newly decorated ready to erely damaged by unfavorable make money. Remember spring is not Bismarck, N. Dak. 1960 40 weather conditions, Fletcher said. far away, expenses are small from here on. Has two bedroom home two Wk~th durum production failing car private garage 1/4 block land. to meet the 'rnadaroni industry's Taxes and insurance paid until fall. FREDRICKSON I Always been a money maker, interests needs in ~1@59. lg.orthwest dm~um in another state causes sale. Cash price ORTHOPEDICS, INC { grow~ have an opportunity to $60,0~0.00 Contact owner Carroll E Skl~}0{~! w,{~n~w - 8~{~p capitall2~e {22 1960. Hallard, Douglas0 Wyoming, 39-42 W{W~W~M - W]{IW~! ~IM{}SM vwrithout incre~-~ed dur~ age= Thirty-Four 8pao~ Trailer Court on {~pM~M ~ All {~W{~MI wMr ~L~bM a~e in 1960, macaroni manufact-[ eleven acre site. Additional fifty- urers ~ be forced to st~sti~utes. [ stx sites. Conveniently located. Cox |4[45 ~gh ~. N', ~ ~ I Real Estate, 503 7th Street, Rapid City, "l~Is is ~ot in ~ie best ~nterest of So. Dak. Box 1525,]P'MI~, N. ~. the durum ~rower, ~e durum mil-t Tel: Fillmore 3-1705 ler, the macaroni manufacturer or]39-40 the consumed," F~er said. Cleaning plant. For all particulars Nwrite to Abraham Cleaners, IIebr~n, "At least 2,000,00~ acres of d~um . Da~. 39-45 are needed in l~0to meet the de- mand," Fletcher said. He pointed out that only ,1~28~,0~ a~cres were seeded to durum in 1969. Bargain Sale: Small town hardware and implement established 49 years ago. |reason for selling ill health and age. John A. Swanson, Bantry. N. Dak. 40 - 42 I~'or Hale: One of the best lumber yards and hardware in southwestern N. D. Dolng good business. Very good ~ernts. A snap. Jack Merriek Real bZstate. Tel--7112 Carso~l, N. I)ak. 41-42 Pets 13 S~moyed puppies, 1-9 mos. Male real pet. Brcediog and show stock.H. C. Bell, Mankato, Minn. 41 Re~;istered Springer Spaniels. Two months old. From hunting stock. $20.00, Just right for next fall. Paul A brecht Courtenay, N. Dak. 41 For Sale: Tin y toy terrier puppies $25.[ ,) each and shuts. Mrs. Fred }Iiep- let', Monh~video.Minn Lacque Parle Village 40 Poultry 6 For Sale: Emdon at~d Touleuse Gos- lill~,'S from select~l ftocks. ()lit ne'w lOW list pricc has been cu[ sensational- |y lower then any year in our business. Sheldon's Goose 1/;t tcher.v, Bagley, M innesota 41-44 Farms For Sale 2 For Sale: 1,626 acre faJ-m along Lake of Woods. Potato seed area, two mih,s lake and bay shoreline. With or without modern home, complete mach- inery, ~r75,000 terms Mrs. Tom Clark, ~,ViIliams. Minn. 39-40 THE CHOICE OF THOU~ANO~ HAS ALL THI31 PIATURBSt I Pre-stained double cou~ed ~, dar shakes or lap lidinl. All oak interiors Fuel-saving triple lnsulafloa Wide ovcrhansing eaves Choice of sable or hip roofll Complelely weather~tripl~i Expert architectural lervlce PLUS 100's MORS |AVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TSE CAPP-HOMS PURCHASI PLAN ~ ~ p~rc~ plan with Q ~Nlfll Price| [rom DIU~|SED FREE AND ~ISTOM ~T ON YOUR LOT-AND PQUNDAT~ON ANYWHIRi FRII~HT PAID CAPP-NOMES 1143 Dvpent No~h, For ~le--Good 467---acre stock farm, Mimwapefis 11, Minaelc~te. 250 acres tillable, balance pasture~ d~ In Eastern North Dakota and hay; modern 8-room hous~ $65. ~ your representative is Joe per acre. Terms. Located 3 miles north l~ Oil l;. S. 2S1 and ~z~ mile westof ~ Amundsen, 1901 7th St. N b~dgeley--JaeobMoch, Edgeley, N. ~ Fargo, phone ADams 2.2364 l)ak. 40 IMPBUAL ItAlY--In the arms of his mother, Eh, incess Mtchiko, HEALING WOUNDS OF AGADIR QUAK|--A yotm~ boy's broken ~-----------~. ~l in Western North Dakota j ua ~,z~ ~D ,18- tay~ld ][~ln~ Nartthito Hironomiya leaves the ~mperial leg is held in traction at a first .aid tent less than 10 miles from ~ your representative is L. W. | Ho~ld ~4MIpital ill Tokyo. Born to Crown Prince Akihito the destroyed city of Agadir, Morocco, The to~t, ,maintained For Sale! Prairie hay, about 500 bales [~,~ Nielsen, 1000 17th St. N. W | lind ~ ~ l~ February, the baby some day will be by the Italian army, is caring for survivors of the earthquake. twin tied; also Alfalfa and Mixed ~Phone TE5.32~I | mated on t~ Itl~cdellt Tmperlal throne of Japan. At right in tha~ elaimed more than 10,000 lives. The ruins of the city are r l' i[ - - LM