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July 7, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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July 7, 1960

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER "~(~Y~ 7L~ LOOK ALIKES--They're mother and daughter for sure even ff you don't recognize actress Bette Davis and daughter Barbara, 13, in this Los Angeles court scene. The actress is suing a property owner for an accident which happened in 1957. She claims a dangerous condition existed in the house, resulting in her fall down a stairway. She suffered a broken back, causing her to lose an important film role. MAKING 'CAMPOBELLO'--Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt sits back in her chair and chats with Ralph Bellamy and Greer Garson at Hyde Park, N.Y where they are doing scenes for the film "Sunrise at Campobello." Bellamy plays FDR and Miss Gar- son plays Mrs. Roosevelt in the film. FREE AFTER 50 YEARS IN PRISON--Frank Novak, 78, sits with his landlady in Minneapolis, Minn where, though un- able to see, he is learning about the "outside" again after upending the last 50 years in the state prison at StiUwater. Landlady is Mrs. Ragna Taylor. Novak was convicted of murder in 1910. Some Minneapolis men are supporting him. MANCHURIA BRITISH SKIM THE SURFACE OF AFRICA--A Vulcan bomber of the British Royal Air Force streaks past Mount Kenya in a low- level flight over Africa. The RAF exercise involves a 9,960- mile non-stop trip from Britain to Kenya and back again at the relatively low altitudes of between 42,000 and 44,000 feet. S-C .----r;--:--- -i -- a-ff -fl Wgi rat - ours axrena upon registration. The balance of C D d l the fee is due by Saturday, July 9. crop eo ine No refunds will be made after that " date. The deadline for registration for This camp is for fifth grade the Girl Scout established camp hasthro~gh senior grade Girl Scouts. been extended until noon Saturday.Sesions open at 9 a.m. Monday, and The camp will be held Augqst 8-19will close at 3 p.m. Friday. Parent's at Camp O-Can-Kusa, northwest of are responsible for their daugl~ter's Mandan. transportation to and from camp. iNDEPENDENCE FOR SIX MILUON AFRICANS--The Mall Federa- tion of West Africa was born June 20, bestowing independence, on six milHon more Africans. At one minute after midnight the roar of cannon proclaimed the union of the two former French colonies of Sudan and Senegal. Thls gave sovereignty to a large area of West Africa, nearly twice the size of Texas. The Malt Federation Is the first African member of the French community of nations to have achieved full lndepenclen~ For baking, polished aluminum I ~heets and pans prevent over-brown- [ ins. They reflect heat, and foodI takes longer to bake. Dark pans ab-t sorb heat more easily and bake food t faster. --~-- [ Production of oilseed crops has more than tripled since 1939. North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage -- Gels Results BUYING SELLING Rotes: 14c per word first insertion--no od less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum 8END DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Maln and Mandsn 8trot BISIKARCK, N. D. Business Opportunity 9 l Per, nal 88 For Sale: Motel, 9 ,mit~ including CARE FOR UNMAILRIED MOTHIgRS managers apartment. On Hiwav l0 at,Florence Crittenton Itome 711 fl2th Beach. Ready for i nmediate " o('cu- I St So F:.--'--~ ,A .~ ) in( ~ F -e " - ' . ,; -.~u a~rm aKota. write su- ! ; !, . J I eqalpl~ent ~, nl return ] Perinendent fo r ffoll 20% to 255~ on invest ment.Tourist I till rien ennfirl~nt]al nation. Alt in- l lldls nn ,in Cel t41n ln('onle, ( ontact [ "~alley Insurance kgonevBeachN IHELP FOR Uxr~.~ ,ak. I ,oo l .ed IN . All Inquiries confident tIARVESTER AND FARMHAND ' lal IU,]AI,ERSHIP. Due to ill heatb. Dei- chert lnlplernent Co. Carson, N. Dak. l'hone 7561, 75-61. For ~ale: Groeel y store, clean stock also drugs, some dry goods and gift items, in small town. Good farming conirmlnity :lnd factory in town. Stock at itiventory good fixtures. Terms to reliable party, modern apartment, walk in cooler, lOW rent, good reasons for ~ Ilin~'. Evelyn Haberman, Gwinner, N. Dak. 52 Motel on IF, S. 70 six miles from Lake Texhmna. Eleven nice nllits doing $1t,0()0 ye~,r y $I0,()(~0 bandies. Kashfind- ers. ~,Vichita, Kansas. 52 Restaurant, night club, liquor license, doing $75.000 yearly in Southern ()hie, (lnly $17.()00 plus stock,gash- finder. Wichita. K.qns, 52 Farm Equipment 4 Massey llarris combines, ne~v. l,t toot ')2 $5.950,00. It: foot Sul)er !'2 $(;.700.00. Anderson. Svlden. Kan:< 5~-1 Now I. H, 10l S. P. Combine w/10 plat- form, I{asp. bar cyl, Hume reel. 12- 2it-it ply tires, disk brakes. $3,995. F.O.B. M:.leli~. No trades. Sebo [rapt. Co, Notice 29 LARGEST wholesals supply in U. S Furniture, clothing, aPpliance, autos and accessories, farm equipment, tool~ houseware~, new produet~, imports Free detatl$. Associated Whol~l, Box 2068-BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa, gt! Male Help Wanted 25 SALI~MI,3N report $l.(h't0 monthly sell- ing fireproofed safes tO farmers, home owners. Full, part ti ~e Hamilton Safe Co. Beloit 27. Wis< 52 Livestock 7 For }Pale: I,I,tlU,iBREI) HEREFORD POLLED. BULLS AND HEIFERS A, E. Nelson Willon, N. D 37 For Sale: Registered Angus bulls, | years and younger. Reasonably pric- ed. Buy your bull early willie the choice is good. Goldberg Angus Farm, Box 584 *~loorllead. 5ilnn. 41-5] Top Wisconsin Holstein an(i C'uernsey ('a|ves ,'~lld co'~'~ shipped on approval. Ray Blott. Box 552, Mukwonago. "~tsc. 47-5 I'holw MI 2-:15t10 53 1959 slightly used. Flax roll attachment Help Wanted 24 for Model 15 IltC combine.Michael Mitzcl. Bowdle, S. Dak. 52 Sales Person Wanted. Male or female age 30 to 50. l)irect Sal~s of Quality Products llsed hy over a million people Car For Sale 20 in U. S. Earnings unlimited. Prefer l,q57-a/, ton b'(*rd with bile motor - 4 I married person. Experience unneces, sary, have desire to work. We tr~n. speed [.~':(nsnllSSlon. Wide box with Must have a (:at'. Scnd inquiry Niagara ~rain sides. ()v*,rh)~d springs. (toed of t)irkins(,tl Ib)xST(}. I~i,'klnson. IN'. rubber (m~, nwn,r Will trade for horses or ('atlle. Pri('ed to sell. Drop a l):~k. 52 l,i Ei le- Minn 52 8 GNDA DISTRIBU'I~S VACATION CAIA~NDAR A 1960 North Dakota Vacation Calendar has been prepared by the Greater North Dakota Assn the N. D. State Cham%er of Commerce. The calendar, which will be dis- tributed to summer tourists in the state, lists ~lates and locations of events expected to appeal to visitors in North Dakota. Events featured in the calendar are Old Four Eyes and Trail West dramas and music concerts in the Internalional Peace Garden. Copies of the calendar can be obtained from GNDA, Fargo. For S~de: Pool t:d)h, and equipment. standard size $150.00. Need the room sn must sell. Paul /lilseher, Litchville. N. 1)ak. 52 For ~tie: 33(10 m'r. ranrll. 15 miles to Olendive and weddy market, good water and /'enc~,s, ,nnlall building's. $22 per acre, 29,% dowu ~% balance, Ouelff Seal F, utate. Phone 5-.2170. Glendlve, Mont. 52-1 For Sale: Beautiful wooded 70 acre point, l,~tst Lost Lake near Fergus "P~dls, lots of nice 18ke slmre. 2 cabins, one nmtt~:rn, excelleut fishing, good roads, ldea~ campsite. ~Vrlte Erick T h)tms,m Underwood. Minn. Route No. 9 52-1 North Dakots Newsr, aver Asma Bismarck. N. Dak. 1960 53 Louis Ferrl, in first step, covers niece Lor- Paper mold, dt~' h about 90 minute& Is cut raine Ferrt with wet paper tape. She wears up one side for removal. Years ago messy form-fitting tubular jersey. ~::~ ~ j C.~ ~: ~l~e~.~ Of Paris was U~e~l > THE OLD AND THE NEW blend in thts scene from Seodl, capital of South Korea, the only point on the Asian land mass which is on Prssident Eisenhower's Far East itinerary 4. ~ew eight-story building is at left, and nearer in foreground is the old south gate o$ the city. Pre~idaut Ei~enhpwer's host: Huh Chungo shown with his daughter. ~ took ove~ as acting president after the bloody post-election uprisings, after which aged ~$yngma~ Wife left the country'. Map shows the peninsula, divided into C~l~lltta~t North Korea and the free Republic of South Korea. Paper mold, reinforced wlth burlap, is covered wit}: plas- ter by Achille ScapellI. ~q[en dry, the cast is re- moved In two halves, whi h are used to form papler- maehe dre~s forms. Finished dummies show {from left) how the female form has changed from buxom Gibson Girl" figure of 1905 to the boyish "Flapper" of 1929 to the tidy 1960 figure. FORM FIRM IS 'DUMMY CO:~PORATION'-The dress you have on may have been fitted oR the model in action here, at the Wolf Fo~n company in New Yolk. It has been makin~ forms for dress manufacturers for half a century. Forms ale built on live models, after a dozen measurements establish each mcdel as a "perfeCt dress size." It'~l all llalt~l work, and has changed little since the turn of the centut~J,