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June 9, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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2om- i~to UriC- the rapy T all D~. F i BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER le DEATH AND lifetime crippling--tragedy in a split secand--almost certainly iurk~ ahead for un- wary careless or foolhardy drivers anq their families this four-day Memorial Day weekend in North Da- kota. Some grim reminders may help: North Dakota's traffic toll over the 1959 Memorial Day holiday: Seven dead. Do pictures make it clearer? Three were killed near LEnten Feb. 14, 1960 in the wreck pictured above. Six persons were killed last Aug. 7 in Kidder county, in the collision pictured below. Four-day holidays pose a special threat, especially in the final hours when weary weekenders are bat- tling traffic to get home. This year we'll observe four- day holidays over July Fourth, Labor Day, Thanks. giving, Armistice Day and Christmas. ~ ooo o o oo .o - . .o.*** ~ ~ ~ ~ NEW EXECUTIVE ORDERS IS~ITED ABOUT FISHING Five new executive orders were Lssued just before the game fis~ season opened, according to game and fish commissioner I. G. Bus, Creel and size lia~its on north- ern pike have been changed at Jamestown reservoir. The minimum Size limit on northerns at this lake ~ow is 24 inches. Pike under two feet in lengt~h must Oe returned to closed to the use of motors ever .~[he W~ate~ unhar~. The creel 7~ ~aorsepowe~. limit on northerns was reduced to' two there i The 18 inch minimum size limit Nieu~ma ~ond in Emmons county ton northern pike has been restored has been closed to all fishing for I at Lake Darling. The size limit was the remainder of 1960. Newly plant-[ removed last winr.er when it was ed ~aorthern pike have not yet rea- !feared the lake would suffer com- ched leagal size there, plete winter-kill. It didn'L so the Snake Creek reservoir, east of emergency measureshave been Highway 83 in McLeaa county, is I:ULBRIGH~ FELLOWSHIP--Senator J. William Fulbright (D), Arkansas, chairman of the foreign relations committee, is greeted warmly in Cairo by United Arab Republic President Gamal Abdel Nasser (right). ~ Radiophoto) REFUGEE IS ONE IN A MILUON--Amdrejs ~karitis get~ an lesson from his father in Naples, Italy, in prepagaflon for a new life in the United States. The boy will arrlv~ with mm'~ fanfare than most immigrants because he is the (me millionth ge~xgee brought to the U.S. through the International Com-. mittee for European Migration. Suritis and his son will join ~Ife and two othe~ bo~s who are now ha KaLumazoo, Mich. lifted. The final order opened Epping- Springbrook Reservoir, east of Wil- listen, to fish ov May 7th. Fargo Dog Show Invites Entries Bismarck dog fanciers interested m entering their pets in the Fargo Dog Show. wh~cil is sanctioned by the American Kennel Club, may obtain necessary details from Mrs. T. Clem Casey of Bismarck. Mrs. Casey said that sponsors of last year's dog show in Bismarck are encouragmg persons from tills area to enter their show dogs in the Fargo event. ~riek '~ beautiful and ever- lusting, vconomical to build ~ith und free from mainfe- hence costs. Frovides better resale value and will make your ho.se u dreum home. North DakOta's Greatest Farm Coverage --- Gels Results BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word first insertion--no ad less than $2.80 12c word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandan Street BISMARCK, N. D. Female Help Wanted 26 ~ranl(~l-'~'om:~n for kitchen work :nd to a~sist cook. Good wages, board, private room free. Apply: North Da- , k'*ta S~ddiers Ilome, l,i:~!~)i~. N. Dak. ~9 Business Opportunity 9 of othor ioter,':ts. ~;e~,t ,',f.~ tn Mm~,~~ ~. {~. town. Gre~,n l.antorn(aft*.tlebron N I )'n k. 48-49 CHRISTENS NEW POL~S--M~s Mary Lincoln Beekwith, o~ Manchester. Vt great grand-daughter of President Abraham Lincoln, readies the champagne bottle for the christening at Portsmouth, N.H of the Navy's new Polaris-firing, atomic- powered submarine, Abraham Lincoln. Beside her ls Capt. Walter E. BaranowskL The Lincoln is our fourth Polaris. IKE GOES TO PRE-SUMMIT MEETING--Presidentlference with other Western leaders. The C'hieg FAsenhower and Secretary of State Christian lExecutive, after his arrival in France. pledged Herter leave the American Embassy in Paris for ] United States "will go every foot that safety the Elysee Palace to attend a vre-StLmmit con-,permits" to reach cold war settlement with Reds. FROM WAY DOWN HERE--Actually it's Just emerging from being tired 100 feet below the surface at San Clemente Island, Calif. The 1,200.mile-range Polaris zoomed 1,800 feet up there in a 22.ascend test made by U. S. Navy scientists. This was the first time it had been fired from that deep. The Polaris ia the missile for nuclear submarines. This one carried Just a small amount of ~olid propellant for the limited flight. Personal 38 CARE F~R UNMARRIED MOTHERS Florence Crtttenton Home 111 l~th ~1, south, Fargo, North D~kota. Write ~uperentendent for lnformatton. &ll In. qulrles oonfldential. ~1~.~ FOR U]'TMAR RIED MO'F~=r ~S e~un~el and ~urwing care. Write g, ,~ of Mere?, 1505I~th Aw,~e ,~o~th Yu~e ~ortb Dakota. Allinq~lirt~.l '~.fld~*'ai Notice 2-9 LAR(}EST wholesale supply In U.~ I~]r~lture. ~lothing. aPpll~ncos, autos ~nd accessories, farm equipment, tools hounow~res, new product's, ImPorts t~r~ dotalis Associated ~V~olrs~lers Rnx ~o6~-RN ~loux City 4. Iow~ gt, N~,tiozm I (!onoern has opel~ jn~ for qualified man, afro to 45. Av.ra~e ,arnin~'s ,~6000 yearly. Write Bgx ":71, Mayville, N. T)ak. 4950 Livestock 7 Your k'tmbs can cost less to grow and bring more money. Get our new free booklet. American Cheviot Soetety, La- fiayette Hill 21, Pa. 39-~ For 9ale: PU'RF,'BRIL'I) HI,;RElVCIRD POLT.bTD BULLS AND HEIFERS A. E. Nelson Wilton, N.D. 37 It"or Sale: Registered Angus bulls, Years and yolln~er. Re;,~onablye prie. ed. Ray your bull earh" wh~lo the ehotee Is ~'ood. Goldbor~ Anz~)s l~'~*rm I]ox 5R4 Moorhead, ,Minn. 41-S~ Top V iseonsin l]ol~tein nnd C~ernsev .:!ires :~nd cows ~hioDod on approval, R:~y I~lott, Box 552, Mukwonaffo. "Wise. 47-S TWo Ahi!rdeon ,~llgll~ h~llls, 2 year oht. "i'beso aro tot~ grt,do and priced ,'i~ht. Stop in and see them, Ill/j, mib,sWest of ("oolTerstown nn T-Tigh- way 7. Myers Stock t.rarm,T~inford 5:. Dak, 49-50 t~() R ~A l,I,]: Reg'ist ered Landrace t3oars T)al~ Thormode~nrd. Iietting- or, N. D. Phone 567-3517 49-50 ,'m Equipment 4 l*'er Sale: Good tined ,J-,)ht| l)e ,% ~ $C and AC side delivery ."al:.~:~ One A(? 6' combine with ,'i,o[11! ll,~ed one ye~t 1.oui:~ H. ~'alln,r. 'I'gpI~+~,L 'North ! ) tkot a 48.4?1 For Sale 8 For ~le: 1957--8x45' Rollohome, 2 be~- room trailer, complete. Thermosta tic heater ,storm windows, two gas tanks, leveling jacks etc. Price $2600.- 00. Write or call Duane Lasher. Mc- Clueky, N. l)ak. Phone 3i;3-25S0 48-49 b~)l~. SAJ~E: 16 mHt tr. cotlrt, fully ~(!uipned. Includes nice home. $16,- 009.00 29% down, lull. I0 yrs. Guelff Real Estate. Glendive. Mont. 49-50 b'()t{ SAIA,]: 14 t. boat, 12 H, P. Ilu('- (J~kneer meter, Trailvr and misc. ~3150 '59' Norg'e Allt )nl~{t tc washer wit~ '~d~ saver, Retail $400. Sell for $225. !h,bert ()lson, Riverdale, N. Oak , ,hone 238. 49 New Spinet Piano Special Sale Price $4~500 Terms. Bench and Delivery. I)avc~tU Masic Company b~.;trgo, ~-. I)nk. 46-49 For Sale: Hammoad rgan, M.3, l;lontl ,b;ick and light. ,Tallies Mad- den. l~ox i 4f;. ,latn,~!,~v n, N Dak. 49 Seed And Feed 5 Fo rSale: Seed flax B5128 pure ~t~11 97.27% germination 99%, Balk $8.B~ s:tcked $4,0~. Sebastian Wald. Edgeley. N. Dak. 48-49 North Dakota Newsvaper As~n Bismarck N. Dak 196,) ----- 49 Dff C~OlCE OF THOUSANDS HAS ALL THESE nATURU, Iq.U$ lO0~s MORE I~VII THOUSANDS OF DO~AU M CAPP-HOMII IPURCHASII PLAN rrlcs~ from Fill AI f~ffOM IL q N YOU~ LOT. AND FOUNgA~N ANY~IU IqUIl~lT PAl APP-HOMU 1141 Dmmll N~tk, : In Eastern Noeth Dakota your representativeis Joe Amundsofl, 1901 7thSt. N Fargo, phono ADams 2.2364 In Western North Dakota your representative is L. W, Nielson. 1000 17th St. N. W Phone TE5.3~21 IL L " -