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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER STILL SERVING* GREAT BRITAIN--Sir Winston Churchill puffs on a cigar in London as he awaits a visit by Prime Minister John Diefenbaker of Canada. The latter, in England for the Commonwealth Conference, exchanged views with Churchill, 85, who is still ready to offer an advisory hand to Britain. 'SUMMIT CONFERENCE' IN WASHINGTON--AFL-CIO Presi- dent George Meany (left) and Walter Reuther, United Auto Workers president, exchange a few words at the iabor-man- agement "summit conference" in Washington. It was set up for discussions on how to achieve industrial peace and pro- mote economic growth without inflation. DEATH AT THE CROSSING (N. D. RAIL, ROAD SAFETY COUNCIL) Death was waitktg at the crossing when this diesel met a gasoline transport trnek. The gasoline caught fire and burned several persons to death -- among them the fireman and engineer of the train. The N. D. Railroad Safety Council urges motorists to watch out for Wains at railroad crossings. END OF A FAST LIFE--Here is the crash near Paris' I.~ngchamps r a c track which brought death to Aly Khan, lover of fast horses, faat cars and beautiful wommx, and Pakintani dele- gate to the United Nations. Khan's Lancia sporta car is on the right. Khan, 48, is shown dancing with Bettina, ths Paris model who mat in the ~at be.aide him. She a~ffered head cuts. Death of Khan, onetime husband of actress Rita Hayworth, raided a famous playboy ex- tqtence which had developed ~to that of a respected and hard working UN diplomat. i: : :: 2/: IKE FINDS GROUNDS FOR REMINISENCE--President Eisenhower visits an old-fashioned general store in Biglerville, Pa an~ finds a coffee grinder that brews up old memories. He told the storekeeper, Mrs. Marion T. Harbaugh (left), that he used to turn one "by the hour" when he was a boy. The President bought a crock of apple butter, some dried corn and canned plums before returning to his home in nearby Gettysburg. North Dakota' Greatest Farm Coverage --- Gets Results BUYING SELLING Rotes: 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 end ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandmm 8~ BISMARCK, N. D. r:Ir iness Opportunity 9 M~I'['t,;I. |a()t SALE .%li]es (qty. Nhm- t'tna [;'1 tiP, its, fHlill~" ~=[~1[i1111, ti~ll- tflW[/ Jo~atJoll,5 roolll de]liKe living iltl~Jr( ers. Air ('Olld it J()ll ~'!] - I'OI)ltl DhOll~'N $1,qd),O()O ;Inllu~[ gt'o'~s ($19(b,-. hhn) [11 heqlth reason for sol*' $flS.- nflO down ltayl1,1ent. l;ox 90 Ad No. flR6O. P, ismamq< N. [ );tk. 50-51 VOl'y '.'c,nd IHI5" on a I#;-unit Motel. i']xt'al|ent 10('ation. ~ellillg for $f;5,f~00. Xvit[1 italy $'.~30~0, dowla. Y~'lrly ill- r',~!:l~ ox,':~odg $20.0(H). ('OtlFtll~*y Real- ly. (~:~1 ~':~, N. Dak. 50-5l ],:xc,ptional l{uy orl 4 quarters of eul- tJV:tt~*d t';tl'IIlill~ land. Good dark soil. hqwoen (},tkes and FAl~,nd:de. Being off,red for quick sale at $.ia.00 per n(:l',! (?qsh. ('ourtlli!y Realty, Oakes, N. l):lk 50-51 Jl-rool;i I ,l,I. [:tlrlliStled allct operat- it~L~, ],o~.)r health - i?]loa[l for (luiek ";:~h . ( ' ~I'~4i' |*~i'icksOII, ])l':t~l! O. N. I ~:,1<. 50-51 For Sale 8 Personal 3,w '?ARE 1Q'OR UNMARRII~D MOTI-L~I~I Florence Crlttenton Home 111 13th ell south, I~argo, North I)nkota. WrPe ~uperentendent for tnforrrmtlon. All l~ quiries confidential. HELP FOR UNMARRIED MOTHE~ | e0un~i a~d nurstn~, care. Write H~u,~ of Mercy. 1505 5th Avenue Sooth, Far~. North Dako~e. All fnquirl~ eoefidt~atlaL Notice 29 LARGEST wholeaala euPply tn U. 8 P'urnltura. clothing, appllane~m, autoe and accessories, farm equipment, toole. houeeware~, new product& imports. F~ree details. As~u~lated ~*hole~ere, Rnx 2O6~-BN. Sioux City 4. Io~'a. 6t~ X:t t Jolla] oonoorn ha.'~ ODelliIl~ for qnalifiod man. a~'o to 45 Aw.raee ~arnings ~00~ Yearly,~Vri~e.~1 )'4 ;71. M:,yville, N. l)ak. -I'.)50 Supervisor, at St. Alexlus Hospital. Though old in years, this religious order has al- ways retained the spirit of St Benedict which makes for perennial youth. (Photo by Chin Koyama) Patrick, eight year old son of Mr. and Mr~ Patrick Duppong, Glcm UlUn ~nd Paula Rae, six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haas, 1703 Divide, Bis- marck show interest in the fish life as explained by Sister Gwendolyn, R. N O.S.B. Children's Service BACK IN SCHOOL--Anthony GIaBs, 22-year-old machine operator, went back to school like thJa when he mis~d a jog at an intersection in Detroit. The auto jumped a curb, skirted a utility ,pole, ripped through a hedge and finally came to rest in this basement classroom (probably a lower grade) of Burton Elementary. Glass suffered minor in- Juries and a reckless (but not wreckless) driving ticket. 1"I~[I .~ALl : ttegis~er~M t{er~,fords of tt &. 1) Ton,- Lad h],)odli~le>. 15 y('~&F]lllg* heifers Drieed ~1 :~2'25.00 eaciL Aim) 7 yearli|la blllls. ()llr her(I 18 .l'I~z~.OI" the dwarf I~it~'i.ot-, V s tots ueleome A J (tim & g})}is. Selz N, Dak. 50 "~,'iS,'OIlsin [)li F~ ( alIlt' I('oWS *llld lieifers) on ill/n(| a[ a] [lllle.~ I~,[ .~k]- fI'ed t'olts t,'arnl i ini[e. IIUF[Jl (If S~*,el~, .N. [)ak. ~|tttIR'S ac('illatod {'H|I I)eliver .t)(~lllplete Herds nn order. 5(t-1 blale Help Wanted 25 VI.: WANT A MAN V ]lh Manae4eme||t Alllbi[ioN. We no~ a l|lgtll with im- agination, initiative and unlimited desire to suece+,d [f you can me~t these qualification.% w~. offer you a IT1OSt attractive contract with high ('ore 1~1 issions. Vo~t t,d retlewais ~lld stock incentives. If you al'~a not earn- ing $10.090 a year, 1wry, is an oP- Dortunity to ~eeure on the job train- ing, with weekly commissiuns is rapidly growing North Dakota Como p:tny. Se~-eral select &|'O:LS still avaH- aLIe, ~rrite today, giving complete summary of your edueation and ex- i, erienee. Box 1762.l~a|'go. North Dakuta. 50-51 North Dakota Newspaper Assn Bismarck. N. Dak. 1960 50 THE CHOICE OF THOUSAND| HAS ALLTH|Sll FIIATUItlll ~ NN ~ ~USl~M | ANIlMNII~ IqlSl~ PAIID CAPP=HOMIll In Eastern North Dakota your reDresentative is Joa Amundson, 1901 7th St, IN Fargo, phone ADams 2.2364 In Western North Dakota your representative is I-. W. Nislson, 1000 17th St. N W Phone TE5-3221 -- Minot I . . I