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The Billings County Pioneer
Beach, North Dakota
May 12, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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May 12, 1960

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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIOHEER. MEDOR,N. DAIL of early 4 or 5 in N. D. ~hen in- usuaUy darge ,number of devoted merged log. I didn't play with it be- s/ Daniel Osadchuk s~a'Hed). ~He ,~lso developed pro- friends, cause the more you pull on the llne the Daniel Osadchuk County Auditor. deeper the hooks go into t~he log. (May 5-12) jeers ~or the City in conjunction Starfley Ri01mrd Raisler was Instead, I r~ached into my tackle box, w~th other ,agencies, G. V. ~Iem. born in Cki6~go, IH on' .May pulled out my lure retriever and CALL FOR BIDS l~ark 'A~sn. I swimming pool), 13, 1904, and acco~npa.~ied his wound it onto my line I let'~the re- Notice is hereby given that the Beach School Dist. (enlarging paren, ts to this community when triever falltothe' submerged hu, w, bdt sealed bids for the sal~ of one g'ya~ in grade and "high s.ehooD, a smM~ c~M. ,He lived on a it didn't shake it ioose. Iji~lth~ motor grader, serial number S-gK farm, and /atteq~dedthe Lone !ine a few time~d the lure popped 3'ear 1~9 will be accepted by the ('home ec. dept. ), Co. and Twp. loose saving me a valuable plug Board o~ County Commissioners of boards (change in road joining Tree rural'school, and graduated worth more than .the~.~. !. kota.Billings County, State of North Da- HL~ghway No. 16}. from the ,Beach high school, paid for it. r,~i,~,~,e:~ .~" Bids must be marked "'Purchase ~H~ written report on the xwhere "he staxred in a~hletics. He If you don't ~eel like mak~.~i o~ Motor Grader". Beach Water System appeared in esta~bli:,:&ed the Ra~sler Dlectric' gadget it can be purchased {[~[.~b~$ The M~r Grader can be in- spec:ted at the Peter Kordonowy the official magazine of ,the N. It Co in Beach many years ago, sporting, goods~tores for'a ~"farm 12 miles north and 2 miles two. It s a real handy item to~'ih- eas~>of J~elfield, NorthDakota. Oak. Water and Sewage V orks xChere he was the General Elec- your tackhbox at alltimes . :b~d'lt ~ will be ogened in the Com- Confference He also gave an orall tric dealer. report to conference on and Mso a keeping City Records. and con.Wactor. Always civ, ic- A}though refusing another minded,: ~r. R~ister belonged to year's appointmen,t as I~n~ineer severM:'iq],;i.c a~d fraternal or- Mr. LoveR pl, ans to complete any ganizat~, including ,~he Ma- work now in progress; a,t his sonic tx~d. ge: and York Rite leisure bringing ~&e Engineering S~hrine, '~he Elks Lodge, Votun,teer rr~ps and records of the City up Fire Dept.t and ,t~he Beach Lions, He was a merchant, can saveyou a pretty ~ .'by the master e~ectrician time the ~ishing season ~s over. ~x) da4e. ClUb. '~ . . Mr. il~s.ler was married to ~. KAUTZM~N RECEIVES Miss 'itelen Ku,kowski on June SHORTHORN AWARD 6, 193.1, ate. they resided in Beach Bruce James Kau, tzman, son of since l~h~t tihle. He served as a Mr. and Mrs. Tony KaL~tzman of mer~be~r o~:'@ie *board of Beach Sen,tinel BtrLte has tbeen aw, ard- School DiNrict NO. 3 for two ed a Jun/or Membership i,n Lhe Aznerican Shor~h0rn Assn old- est />urebred livestock o rgamz- ~tion L-. America IeITllN. A tang~b;te example of the marked esteem and affection m which residents of this cornmu,n- ity held Mr, ;RaiSer was shown vy the large .nu.mber who at- :ended the l~st rites, the crowd PARK CAFE GRAND OPENING POSTPONED Happy boating and fishing, too. Rudy Due to t, ne delay in the ship- overflowed ment o~ f;xtures for the reined- rooms and ttie basement O2 ~he el'm~ the Park Cafe. Beach, the Masonic Temp!e. He was higthly Grand Op~,ning w~hich was sched- respected and liked for his deep DOGS AND TODDLERS. By Bob Bartos Manager, Frlskies Research Kennels When you're the proud owner of both a dog and a baby, and the baby reaches the crawling or toddling stage, should Fide be allowed to share the rug or the floor with baby? This ques- tion invariably presents itself into the dxessing to most dual owners and much depends on the Individual dog and the indivldual baby. If your pet is fairly rugged, but is gentle bY nature and haS steady.~es, you're reasonab!y safe as far as the dog~'is con- cerned: If the baby, in-turn, Shows no fear of Fldo, the t~ will probably thoroughly enjoy each other's company. Remember, though, that while most any dog will tolerate a great deal of hardship at the hands of children, there may come a day when he's not feel. ing up to snuff and, should the small fry get overly rough, he may give vent to his annoy- ance. For this reason, it's ad. visable to let baby know right from the start that he's not to subject the dog to such indig- nities as tail.tugging, ear-pull. ing and pinching. Even a small baby comes to know by the tone of your voice, if not by words, when he's being repri- manded. If the baby shows fear of the dog, don't force the dog on the baby. Keep Fide out of the room while baby is down on the uled to be held this Saturday devotion to .his family, cormern M~y 14, ha~ been postponed and for the welfare of al, t his ffriend,:, wilq be held a~ !~, later date w'hen and the .good leted. Wat0h this paper for s~anding~. chl~'acterishcs" was ,his the new Grand Opening Date. dehghfful sense of ,humor, and This Sunday, May 15. was the kmdt~, e hat, table atti'tude toward Park Cafe's ', to be open everyone, 4rails vChich will be but they will not be open; the remerr~bered always by tl~e man3, Cozy Cefe will be open instead, who were privileged to know him. A, lon~ fi~ ear!" teens. ,boys notice. ~,:~:~t ~iz,::~ noticc, boys who T. i3. RE~%PECTS NO AGE, ARE notice ~i, YOU POSITIVE? n'L~ner Room in the Courthouse at' Med'ora. North Dakota at 1:30 O'Clock P. M. Tuesday. June 7. 1960. 2~he Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. BY ORX>IT, R OF THE ]BOARD OF COUNT~ COMM2S~IO~q't~R~ OF BILLINGS CODNT~: I:Mtetl at Medora, North Dakota, this 3rd Day of May 1960 S/ Daniel Osadehuk Daniel Osadehuk County Auditor. (May 5-12) Billings County Pioneer A Continuation 'THE BADLANDS COW'8OY" stabll~fl~t~ In 1883 ALICE L. LE~O, Managing Editor W~dlt'l~ R. BRATTON o Publl~lu~r Subscription: $1.50 per year in advance l~tere~ In the Post Office at Medor~ Bfllln~ County, North Dakota, Feb- ruary IS, 1934, a~ second ela~ matter under the Act o:t March & ]11'111. New~aper of the (:~tmty a~ Blnll~a, state of North Dakota, m~t ~rluted ~t lBea~2t, North Dakota. W. E chhorst ~ttorney ~lth, offlt~ in BELFIELD SATITJ~0A~ MONDA~ . WEDNF- SDAI~ "I~/ESDAT~ . TI~L~DA~ MXDORA ~~L $10.90 there's always a dark cotton pr, f t. summer wordrobe. his semon, why not Mr. 5imon shlrtwaht, cut for your cool comfort with no sleeves, full breezy skirt, con- vertible collar? Indian print cotton that washe~ drips dry. Blue brown or green combindtlon. 12-20." WORKER ORIENTED A third group is worker oriented. Businesses or industries.will locate near pools of workers (large or small) or near people having skills peculiar to an industry. Businesses and industries desire productive workers and tests show North Dakota workers are both tal- ented and productive. We should have many opportunities here for further processing of the things we produce and the products we consume in North Dakota. Some products have the same base price in all areas. All they require is some form of processing and formulation, thereby giving each area the ame comparative advantage. Two such products are extruded aluminum (storm window flames, chair frames) and plastics (table ware, industrial uses). Further processing of these products in your area will provide job opportunities for your community.:' ! : Contact the North Dakota Ec 0 c De- :" : ~' '=~'~l~r;'~l :~ velopmeat Con d i" on f r, istance i :i Your community does h ve posm-" IN. DAI~ bilitie$. [; l 1