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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER North Dakota's Greatest l~l~T SECTION OF THE NATIONAL FREEWAY SYSTEM TO REACH AN int~.nsflonal border is Infer~tsle Roufe 29 from Draylon fo Pembina, N. D. This segment of the Nsllonal SIMem of Intersinle and Defense Highways also ia the firs! confrolled-acceu road in the R~ River Vallay. The $4.mlla oncrele highway was formally dadicafed wUh Clmadlan lind Ame~- knm publle nnd civic loaders participating. The states of Nebraska and North Dakota this week were honored by "the National Highway Users Con- ference as recipients of its Golden Milestone Award, conferred every two years in recognition of meritori- ous highway reports to the public. It was the second time in sue- cession that North Dakota had won the award, having been the only state to receive it in 1958. The ceremonies took place at Washington D. C.'s Hotel Mayflower during the second day's sessions of ~he Eighth Highway Transporta- tion Congress sponsored by the National Highway Users Confer- ence. Present to receive the awards were Cecil Eloe ,Chief of the in- formation section of the Nebraska department of roads, and Robert E. Bradley, chief engineer of the North Dakota state highway depart- ment. Both delSartments were lauded for having performed "outstanding service" for the citizens of their states through preparation and dis- ;tribution of reports providing "an easily understandable concise sum- mary of progress in highway im- provement, andof plans for the years ahead." Nebraska was cited for its re- cent report entitled, "It's Your Busi- ness"; North Dakota for its "Pro- gress Report, 1957-58." Asks Delay on Changes Affecting Crop Spraying The state aeronautics commission has asked the federal aviation agen- cy to postpone to the first of next year a hearing set for May 24 on sweeping changes affecting federal rules, regulations and economic con- trols affecting aerial crop sprayers and dusters. State aeronautics commission di- rector Harold Vavra met last week: with 90 aerial crop sprayers and farmers in Bismarck and Minot 'and said the request was in accord- ance with their majority opinion. The group feels that the FAA pro- posal is not onl yfar reaching and complex, 'but that it would result in such rigid economic control and added cost of operation that a sub- stantial number of aerial sprayers in the state would be adversely af- fected, if not eliminated. Vavra said his plea for postpone- ment of the hearing until the win- ter is based on the need to study the complex proposal. He said he believes the FAA !has not given adequate notice to the aerial spraying industry to per- mit the persons to be regulated to submit their comments and to at- tend a hearing May 24 in Washing- ton. Vavra said the FAA, in announc- ing an immediate hearing in May, had taken advantage of aerial spray ers and farmers involved, sinc~ none from this group in North Da- kota can attend ,because May is a month when equipment and air- craft must be put m order for the spraying season which generally starts in June. Vavra said many states, including North Dakota, had adopted safeW rules and regulations governing aerial crop sprayers as early a~ 1947, and that there is a legal ques- tion whether North Dakota and other states have not already pre- empted this field of regulation on a state level, to the exclusion of federal authority, based on specific laws on the subject enacted by state legislatures. MANNER OF SPEAKING--Rev. Dominque G. Pire of Belgium, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1958~ calls for a "com- mon language" between na- tions as he addresses students in St Louis, Me. He received an honorary Doctor of Laws de- gree from St. Louis University. ;I * warn elR . give 'era Farm Coverage --- Gels ResulIs BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word first insertion--no od less then $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandan Street BISMARCK, N. D. Seed And Feed 5 F'or ~de: C/ant hatch seed wheat, (leaned and treated $3.00 per bu. bulk hds. Purity 98.71% germ 95%. Peter A. Nygaard, Alexander, N. Dak. Phone 4t72 4248 tap rSah,: Seed flax B5128 ~mre seed t7.27% germination 99~, thflk $3.80 srwked $4.00. Sebastian Wahl. ~dgoley. N. D:~k. 48-49 Female Help Wanted 26 W:mled Finnish girl 20 to 45 age in small farm. Help with housework and milking for mother and son. State wag,~s. Carl Karvonem, Frederick.So. Dak. 48 Help Wanted 24 Exceptional Opportunity Reliable man or woman fronl this area to dis- tribute complete line of cigarettes, cal]dy, hatS, or gUIT~ throug'h new auto- nmtic vendors. No Selling, we will eslablish accounts for you. To qualify party ntust have car, refe,'em:~,s, and cash C:tDital of $S00 wilieh i-~ secured ],V /IV~ ntory Excellent c,tll~i,l~,'~ l~hl't -- ~lIll time more. l,~or pd"~qOl*|l,~l in- torvi~w give phone, etc. V;riZe P O. Box 156, Rochester, Minn,sota. 4S Business Opportunity 9 For Sale I .estaurant. Se~ts 40 urieed reasonable. Terms. Myron J. Ma.her PL'~gle Butte, So .I)ak. 47-48 For Sale: Meat market, wholesale and retail, truck route and on(i eoml)lete processing plant, laving quarters in- cluded. Resort area. Terms, Illness forces quick sale. Immediate posses- sion. Write Bill Van DerSehager, Box 6&I Pine City, Minnesota or call 302 48 ](]ood (~oiog Flnsiness for' N;i~e I)e(~atlse of other interests, i~estc:tfe in town. Green Lantern ( afe.tlebron, N'. l)ak. 18-49 Burdick Inspects Garrison Dam Personal 38 CArom FOR ffN~ M~ Florence C~ttenton HOme ILl ~ ~t south, Fargo. North I:~kot~ Wrlt~ ,uverentendent for lnforrmttlon. All In- quiries oOnfldenttal. HELP FOR UNMARRIED MOTHER ~,ma~l and nuraln~ care. Write HO~e of Meres, 150~ Sth Avenue ~mth. Fsrtm. North Dekota. All l'nq-alrl,~ e~nfldtmtltl Notice 29 I~ARG]~T whole~mle nupply in U. S l~urnltura, o|othlng, avpllanooe, autos and accessories, farm eqUllmment, took hou~ewares, new produet~, lml~rtl Free detalln As~ciated W~ole~-~ Box 2081~-BN, SIoux Ctt2r 4, I~. Iltl Livestock 7 Your lambs can cost less to grow and bring more money. Get our new flee booklet. American Cheviot Society, La- fayette Hill 21, Pa. 39-50 For S~ale: PURt~]BRI~I) HEREFORD POLLarD BULL~ AND HEIFERS A. E. Nelson Wilton, N.D. ~7 For Sale: Registered Angus bulls, J years and Younger. Reasonably pric. ed. Buy your bull eaMy while the choice is good. GoldberR" Angus F~rm. Box 584 Moorhead, Minn. 4I-5~ Top Wisconsin Holstein and C~ernsey calves and cows shipped ,m a~)proval. l:~y Blott, l]ox 552, Mnkwonag-o, Wise. 47-5 Farm Equipment 4 For Sale: Purebred Collie PLTI)S. 1949 Model M. In '. Tractor ar, d cuhl~.:,- tor, m.w tires, *'xce]lell? ( o~tdlrion. 1952 new llolland hay l),h - with motor, 1!)52 Allls Chalnwr~ field corn I]arvester. Carl En~'brech*, Gl,n UMin. N. I)ak. 1'hone 7073 48 For Sale: Good used .fohn I)ee, e. :,It? and AC side deliv ry ral-:~,:~. One AC 6' combine with motor u.~ed one )'en~ l.ouls I-1. %V,',lln.r. T:q3p,L ~'ortb !) tkotrt 4g-49 For Sale 8 For Sale: 1957---8xt5" Rollohome, 2 bed- rooIn trailer, complete. Thermosta tic heater ,storm window.% two Kaa tanks, leveling jacks etc. Price $2600.- n, %Vrite or ()all l)uane l~asher, Mc- ('hlcky, N, Dak. Phrme 3~:3-25~0 48-49 Drayline, HOuse and barn in 17p'- ham with about 3 acres land. Or will trade for cattle, lluihitngs can be mov ,d Also sore. wood Lorenz Rose- nv.U. Upham, N Dak. 48 New Spinet t'iano Spt*eial Sake Price $4!t5.00 Terms. Bench and DetiverF. I)aveau Music Company Fargo, N'. l)ak. 46-40 For Sale: 1948 - HI) Cletrac crawler tractor 4 plow size - used very little in exeelient condition, or wil! trade for 3 plow size tractor with wide front. Also h;tve WC Alils C]aalmers with power lift cultivator and mower. John Deere "H" tractor completely overhauled. I~onard Kostelrmk, Kill- deer, N. Dak. Call Underhill 3-4341 47-48 Farms For Sale 2 RANCH FOR SALE: One of the older and best developed cattle ra~nches in eastern Montan~ 33~0 acres (~-I]~ s~ctions), deeded, 640 acres (1 section), U. . W lease. Good fences (3-and-4- wire), and WORLDS of water. 29~ down and terms on bala.nce ~t 4~ 15 miles from good town with weekly livestock ~uctlon. For further infor- mation contact Hustad Realty Co Box 318, or Phone EM 5-2929 Glendive0 Mont. 47-45 SAYS ~ HAD 'MOTJ4E~ ~Actress Hedy 12unarr, 411, ~. shown ha Hell:tweed wlth hm" children, TenT. 15, and Den/so. is, ns she teUs her to Texns el]man, W. Howard Lee, failed after s/x year~ ~ she mothered him too much. The scz'een star was awarded $500,000 ha a divor settlement tn Ho xm, Tex. hor fifth husband. SAITdJJrlL~ LESSON IN MOSCOW--Russian citizens listen to a lecture purple the Mo~eow Planetarium aftor~the launching of the latest Soviet satellite. K. Shistovsky uses the huge globe to point out the orbit of the "space ship," which ~rtedly weighs more than four tons and carries a dummy pilot in a completely-pNuurlzed spate cabin which can be detached. Congressman Quentin Burdick, member of the Congressional cam- mittee on Interior and Insular Af- fairs, inspected Garrison Dam on a recent visit into North Dakota. As a member of the committee work- ing with the Garrison diversion pro- ject, Burdick keeps close contact with water developments through- out the nation. Garrison diversion is a major project, Burdick says, that has his f~ll support. Congressman Quentin Burdick arrived in Bismarck Wednesday evening to complete plans for kiCk- ing off his senatorial campaign. A rally and state-wide telecast were scheduled Thursday night in Far- go to formally send Burdick on the campaign trail. With television scheduled for 9:30 p. m. on many state television stations, the Burdick rally will get under way at 7:30 p. m. in the Far- go auditorium, Representative Bill Guy of Amenia, Democratic-NPL candidate for governor, will ino traduce Burdick. Burdiek and Guy are the only two members of the state ticket to be in Fargo. Scheduled to appear at other en- gagements are Senator Ray Vendsel, candidate for Congress, Anson Anderson for seeretary of state, Park River; Charles Murphy, candidate for attorney general, Co- operstown; Bruce Hagen, for com- missioner of agriculture and labor, Maddock; Ralph Dewing, for public service commissioner, at Karlsruhe and Lavern Sehoeder candidate for lieutenant governor at Belfield. The May 19 rally is intended to kick off the state-wide Burdick for Senator drive, according to Scott Anderson, executive director of the Burdick for Senator campaign, and focus county plans for completing at Max,fund-raising activities. North Dakota Newsvaper Aesn Bismarck, N, Dak. 1960---48 IWI CltOFJ OF THOI/IA.~I All WaIN lqlA~Itl~.