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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER :!iii calling at the ofice or writing. The circulars are free of charge. There is a definite need for build- farms in this area. Corn as a roughage crop, particu- larily when put up as sdage is one of the most productive roughage crops that can be grown in tnls area. It is the highest producer of total digestable nutrients per acre of any for silage, corn can be stored for several years in a good trench or crop except alfalfa. When put up upright silo. Having a good supply of feed reserves is good insurance, against years of short feed supplies. In livestock feeding, which is on the increase in North Dakota, corn silage has been the basis of the roughage ration. All class of live- stock find corn silage very palat- able, -O SHOTGUNS ILLEGAL It is illegal to carry a shotgun afield after July 1 of each year, re- minded H. H. Spitzer, chief warden for the game and fish department. According to North Dakota state law, it is illegal to carry a shotgun afield between July 1 and the first day of our first bird season in the fall. The old law was passed to offer nesting game birds maximum protection during the production period of the year. Likewise, it is against the law to allow dogs to run loose in areas fre- quented by game birds between DIES IN SLIDE FOR LIFE--Royal Marine Capt. An- I tary Tournament and Tattoo. Dressed in a black April 1st and August 1st of each tony Lawrence Easterbrook (right) plummetedI suit and carrying an umbrella (left), he was year. 85 feet to his death in Madison Square Garden, I billed as "our man from Havana." Easterbrook --['J-- New York. as 10,000 persons looked on. The dare- I fell just as he left the ceiling platform. Rushed ha To figure your silage needs for devil commando was about to slide from the roofI a nearby hospital as the show continued, he the coming year, plan for 6 tons of tile arena as comedy relief in the British Mill- I died from injuries three and a half hours later, per beef cow, 9 tons per milk cow, -:::---~-:--~~ --;--=--, and % tons per ewe. In addition, (;l,~,~ H~:~TrS mvm ua~. x rom aomg any zurmer1 FARM CI~C~ plan for some extra silage for feed! FOR DISaBLeD suosmnual gainful wor~. ON FORAGE (~A)PS Disabled workers under 65 should l Those workers under 50 who be-1 Several timely and useful circu- v lars from NDAC Extensmn Service get in touch with their social securi- come se erely disabled should con- /re avauame ~rom me extension ty office if they have not already l tact the social security office to )ffice done so, says A. R. Aslakson, mana- freeze their earnings record. This is An especially useful one -- in view ~f the need in this area for build- ing up supplies of livestock feed -- is No. A326 on corn for silage, feed reserves and control. Another, titled "Forage Sorghum" ~o. A298, can be useful also in getting beter food supplies back on !arms. '2VIanaging Irrigated Pastures" is third publication now available. If interestei~I ask for No. A195. These are all brief six-page leaf- ets but they pack a tremendous ~mount of valuable information for ger of the Bismarck district office. Disabled workers between the ages of 50 and 65 and their dependents are now eligible for monthly bene- fits under social security. To be eligible for these benefits the work- er must have been employed or self employed in covered work for at least five years out of the ten years before the disibility began. The impairment must be expected to continue indefinitely and must be so severe as to prevent the in- important to protect their rights to future benefits or benefits to their survivors in case of death. Aslakson reminds disabled work- ers that they cannot draw benefits or protect their rights by the freeze unless they file a claim with their social security office. If you are a disabled worker un- der 65, get in touch with your social security office to find out about your rights under the disability provis- ions under the Social Security Act. FOURTH OF JULY ROCKETS TO ENGLAND--Actor Anthony Quinn uses fireworks to explain the meaning of a bang-up Fourth of July to youngsters in London. Paul Chappell, $, and Manon Eustaee, 5, appear fascinated. Quinn celebrated Independence day in Britain while making the film "The G-dr= of Navarone." KHRUSHCHEV RAPS WEST IN AUSTRIA--Soviet Premier Niklta S. Khrushehev steps down from the Austrian War Monument in Vienna after a wreath-laying ceremony. An unidentified oflleial helps him as Austrian Chancellor Julius Raab looks on. At a luncheon in his h~nor, Khrushchev blamed the West-~ powers for the eollap~ of the disarmament talks in Qeneva, saying the Soviet had been forced to take the issue ha theUrdted Nations. The Soviet leader took a waLk through the 4~ Vienna and toured an Austrian automobile plant. :he farmer, the county agent says. You can get your copy or copies from the extension office, either by ing up reserve feed supplies on most A CONGOLESE FEATHER IN HIS CAP--Tradition holds the floor as the newly-independent parliament of the Republic of Congo meets in Leopoldville. Although most representatives have adopted complete western style, one member tops h~ Ivy L~ague suit off with a fancy feathered tribal headdresla L|NSMAN MAKES A PLASH IN $OO~Pf--Photographer David Steen climbs from the pool into which he was pushed during a lavish house-warming at the Guildford, England, home of Jean Paul Getty. Unofficially called the richest American, Getty is believed to have a fortune close to a billion dollars. He entertained more than 1,000 guests at a $30,000 party in the mansion he bought to cut down on his hotel bills. North Dakota' Greatest Farm Coverage -- Gets Results BUYING SELLING Rotes: 1 4c per word first insertion--no ad less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NE VSPAPERS Main and MlndJm Street I BISMARCK, N.D. [ 1 Trucks 21 For Sale: 42 3 ton Chevrolet truck. I~ss thnn 15,000 actual mile~. 10i~ bushel grain box. 6'eorge Markel, Hoople N. !)n k, 3 F'm" S~de: Mod?rn progressive neigh- borhc~xi, N. Dak. Includes l)uilding, stock ~tIl(1 fixtures. Present o~,vuer of l0 years l~as other business interests ,in North Dakota. Contact Miller Food Store. Jamestown, N. Dak. 2-4 For Sale: C:~fe building' and new fix- tures. V*qth living" quarters upstairs all fur $S,000. F.vans Leikvoll. Lake l,illia n, Minn. 3 We ostahlish you in your business on our capital. No investment no ex- Imrienee m,c~ssarv to start. P~J.rt time or full time. Sm~lll cities and towns best, Vinor,~t Nlonunlent (~O ~VInoU~L, Minn. 3 Black liills of South Dakot~ ~d2oney Makers; 111 health causes sale of these fine opportunities; No. 1-La, rg- est Zoo in 12 states, on main tourist route. No. 2-.4. & W. Root Beer drive in located in I~apid Citv. Also a splen- did opportunity for a eOUl)le in this Cash and ('arry F'inished Laundry in Rapid City, Phone or write on these and other Business Opportunities. W}~they lLealtors, 3~79 }{iverdell Drive, I~tpid City, South Dakota. Phone Fill- more 2-7407. 3-5 For Sale: 10 unit fully modern motel plus living quarters, small down pay- ment. Box 456, Boulder, Mont. 3-4 Fore Sale: ale Lind 15 ft. run about folly equipped witll trailor water skis and life jackets. 35 HP Evinrude. 104 4th St. NW Mandan, N. Dak. 3 A written farm lease greatly re- duces the chances for misunder- standings betwen landlord and ten- ant. More than twice as much is being spent for food and services related to food as was spent 20 years ago. However, a smaller share of income goes for food because incomes have risen faster than food prices. LIVE "'--i GEM OF A SETTING -- A model wears the $544,500 Tiffany diamond in a new necklace Per, nal 3a b'lorence Crittenton Home 711 13th St. So. Fargo, North Dal-8 S No. 2I,~210"]ISt, t:l.','dn~,ulic Augte Dozer. F~xv~,ilent New under- earrlag Phone 4~,~05. tleo. ('.John- sot~, Ch,ar l,~k~, V isc. :~ Female Help Wanted 26 . 'ruses: "l'w. needod it) 3~-bed I)ospital. Suporvising nurse, nmq-n i rig" shift H~'ad nurse with obstetrical experi- ence for afternoon shift. Salary de- pending on qualifications. Write Supt. Swift Co. Benson tlospital,Benson, Minn 2-3 Housekeeper wanted from 35 tO 50 Years in U. motherless tnodern farm home two boys 7 and II years. Prot- estant preferred. Leonard John.~.On. .Route 1, Box 6~ Graatsburg, Wise. 3 Nurses Needed Nurse for evening shift. Nurse for day shift, tlisrrutrck Hospital, Bismarck, N. I)ak. Help Wanted 24 tlave (*l)enings for folh)wing teachers; 2 English te~tcher.~; 2 ~-oaches with Math or science ~'ontaer Mr, %r. E. Thornton. Supt. }3uxton N. I)ak. 3 North DaKota News~ape~ -Xas, Bismarck. N. Dak. 196@-3 Brick ,s beautiful and eve - lasting, economical to build with and free from mainte- nance costs. Provides bel't~r resole volue ond will make your house o dream home. setting of swirling diamond ribbons. Displayed in New York, the stone is believed to be the finest canary yellow diamond in the world. It was found in 1871 in Africa and was cut in Paris in 1872. The gem weighs 128.51 carats. Hebron Brick Co. M~q~o~* ~1 D. For the fine vote you gave me in the Primary Elec- tion. I will always appreciate your support Ben Meier-Secretary of State Pol. Adv. Sp. and Pd. for by Ben Meier