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Beach, North Dakota
May 26, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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May 26, 1960

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Receives Highest Retail Award PIRATES' VICTIM CARRIED HOME--TI~ee fishermen carry the body of Angus Boatwright, 55, to a rescue helicopter on Elbow Cay off the Bahamas after two heavily armed men had killed him and stolen his fishing boat. The fugitives, identified as Billy Ray Sees and Alvin Tables, Jr. outran a Coast Guard boat in the stolen vessel to reach Cuban territorial waters. Boa(wright had approached Elbow Cay to rescue Sees, Tables ~nd Tables' wife, Barbara, four days after they had been cast inshore from another boat, which had piled up on the rocks. " ":" "" Plague, the top Award in the Auto- I ~.~:[:~,!~"'" mobile Dealers category of the 1959 1 :"~-:g' :3: "5::':" ~~1~ ~~ Competition, from Edward R. 'ray-, ~~iii:~~'" --8 lor, executive vice prem.dent elI ~~~ Motorola, Inc and past chmrman of/ "" ~ "" the board of'directors ofBrand/ Names Foundation, Inc. | Corwin Churchill Motors. Inc i :~ -~" was awarded this honor for "out-I " .~" standing presentation of manufac-/ * o.2~';~ ". /turers' advertised brands to the pub-/ .~:~i~x [lic during 1959." 1 ?. und L I VE 22:.~::~i!:<" . / The firm was among 137 in 26i : < :': ~i ~ retail categories o~ the C mpetiti nl w~dt@ C~yrl~tm~w P~1951t' "~:::::'!""~:'~'~ "" I honored at the Brand Names Awards I North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage --- Gets ResulB BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word first insertion--no od less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mand~m Street BISM~ARCK, N. D. Farms For Sale 2 . itte . presidentl Banquet in the Grand Ballroom of W:nn,~d: Two f'hwe airplane, Write ileft,C~arleSoI t orwm-~,u ~'J" .Wh. ~YchilI Motors ,/the Waldorf-Astoria. Hotel in New ,qtOVl! I' :;-:,7:~3i:"cl'er' ,:irch, M,mt:m:t t'lmm:47 Inc Bismarck, receives the "Brand/ York Ctty. Name Retailer-of-the-Year" Bronzet 5rick ,~ beautiful and eve~ Burdick Consults ND Farmers +;~ F/I:: 2 lasting, economical to build with ond free from mainte- nance costs. Provides better resale value ond will make your ho,se a dreom home. hl N 8rot Livestock 7 Your lambs can cost less tO grow and bring more money. Get our I~eW fre, booklet. American Cheviot Society. La- fayette ltill 2L, Ca, 39-50 For S'ale: PUREIIRtC[) tIEILEFX)RD POLLI,]D BULLS AND HEIFERS A. l~. Nelson Wilton, N, D 37 For Sale: Registered~ Angus bulls, $ years and younger. Reasonably pric- ed. Buy your bull early while the choice ts good. Ooldberg Angus Farm, ~()x 584 MoorheRd, Minn. 41-55 S5 ew~.s and about 1(/0 lambs,Sheep are not clipped yet, tlar+dng from 1 yr. to 6 yrs. old Will sell for $:~5S5. ~ts n unit. phone Knox i579. J~ye M. Wolf(, Baker, North l)akot~ 47 For Sale: R(q~lstered yearling polI~rl IlercfoPd bulls. Bangs tested. Thirty registeredDolled Her,~ford COWSwifh calves atside.I::Iihner I'onttz, New Salem, N.Dak. 47 Top ~Wisconsln Iioistein and C'llernssy c;dves lind COWS shiPlmd cm ,%pproval. Hay 131ott, t~ox 55g, Mukwonag-o, Wise, 47-5 For Sale: ILegister(M Polled Itereford bulls; trine coming 2 yeat.'s 15 year- ]Jngs, one proven sit'o, Open yearling heifers ttollo Domino ('old Mint!Hen- llillg, Minnesota. 47 Seed And Feed 5 ROYAL SHUTTER-BUGS--'I~ey may have been getting a few pointers from Princess Margaret's future husband, photog- rapher Antony Armstrong-Jones, but royal family members went quite camera conscious at the British Horse Show So- ciety trials at Badminton, England. Princess Meg (left) and Queen Elizabeth are d~own getting a bead on obstacle event. FI,AX GROWb;RS ATTP]NTION Buy l't:ttlC STRAIN certified seed for extra profit, high yieldit~g certified arny flax for sale, bagged and tag- ged. ('heck experiment station for re- sulls $5.50 per bushel, less in large lots, ltohert Sehmuser, thtnter, N. D, 4t-47 Business Opportunity 9 New Spinet Piano Special Sale Price $195.00 Terms+ Belleh and Delivery. l)ax'~au Music Company F -'trgo, 1~'. liaR. 46-49 For Sale: 1948 - ill) Clctrac crawler i tractor ,I plow size - us+-d v+~rT little Ill excellent condition, or will trade for 3 plow size tractor with wid~ fror~t. Also have WC Allis C'halmera with power lift cultivator and mowsr. John Deere "H" tructor completely (overhauled. I,eonard Kostclnak, Kin- (U~er. N. l)ak. Call Underhlll g-~41 47-48 TINKLliD AT i 1117 IMIIATH--Kenneth Hints, 8 montlm old, ~elau~lvel ~ bell elom mmml~aUon attar all the ttoubl~ It Mmm tim heine in Detail. Kenneth lot the ~ I~ ot ld~ to$5-,4omehow-"4md iwlllowo4 it, It tmm t mm ' ttum ttak O mm ttm t tt ta 'k m tin Burdick Schatz, a Burleigh county farmer, i Washington. Congressman Quen t *~-o* ~,~-nsors of new l Burdick and Governor John E. takes time in his campaign tot un.~-I . vne. ut. ~."~. ~;'+~.~[~',t. is brina-I Davis will meet in the &me 2~th ed States Senator to find out what; iarm leg(stab(on, D~.~'-~ ~- . ~ hi~#tnn / tn~ "s first-hand mformatmn onI for the Senate spot on a specml elec the ~armers warn m wa~ :.-Z-=--'/ : ~ hi +,~ ~,~mmtttees in/tion ballo~. Burdick is pictured here with daze" zarm proo~e-,* ~, ,-,- North Dakota Newsvaper Assn Bismarck, N. Dak. -- 1960---47 tin Eastern North Dakota' your Pepresentatlve le Joe ' Amundsen, I~0~ 7~ St. N,~ Far(Is, phons ADams 2-25@4 in Wostsrn North Dsketa your repeesontattve ill I W, Nlolson, 1000 l?th St, N. W Phon@ TE6.~t