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Specialist Joins BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Printing Firm In Mandan resides at 203 Seventh Ave. SW in Mandan Creative Printers Inc. has been in business at 112 first Ave NW" in Mandan since Nov. 7. 1959. "The response of business firms and re- sidents of the Mandan area has been i splendid, and we know that our! customers will appreciate the addi-i tion of another printing specialist to' our staff,' McClelland said said. "We are now equipped to pro- vide a greater range of printing service," Myers added, "and we co~-i tinue to specialize in offering a high- ly personalized service." [] 23 FARMS ~T NDAC FERTILIZER T~ESTS Twenty-three farmers in 15 coun- ties are cooperating with the NDAC soils department in an extensive: fertilizer test. In these trials fer- tilizer treatments are being applied to wheat grown on both fallow and nonfallow land, according toAr- mand Bauer, assistant soil scientist i Some of the objectives of these trials are to determine the relation-; ship between varying rates of fer- tilizer application and soil moisture A1 I seeding time and during the grow- men ~eggs has jolnea t=rea~lve ~ utI lng season ;ano between rates oI ~rinters lnc in Nlanoan as a layo . . . . . lapphcahon of available phosphate artist one sates represenmztve, ac- I fertthzer and phosphorus test level eoraing to ~eorge t; lviyers, piam l on the tel el y as oz wnea~. plant manager and W. F. McC1 "[At the same time, comparisons are lancl, sales manager being made between well-fertilized A graduate of the Wahpeton State fallow and nonlallow land. These School of Science, Beggs specialized trials are also to serve as a basis in printing and graphic arts there, for development of a nitrogen soil and has received special training test, Bauer explains in layout and design, linotype and The rates of application of actual DIGGING IN AT LEOPOLDVILLE---Swedish troops, members of the UN force, take up foxhole positions around the air- port at Leopoldville, Congo capital. (Radiophoto) press work, advertising and Jour- nalism He also received training ~n~n offset presswork and platemak- school there in 1958. He is " g of 0 to 2() pounds per acre All these fertilizers are being applied in vari- ous combinations In addition to rates of applica- tion, placement of the fertilizer is also being studied, the scientist points out. Each fertilizer treatment is applied by a drill attachment in the row with the seed and also about 1 inch to the side and 1 inch below the seed. Experimental equTp- nitrogen vary from 0 to 90 puonds ment for these placement studies is on nonfallow land and from 0 to 20 being suplied by Deere .and Com- pounds on fallow. Available phosp- . pany, l 1OllDe ll 1IlOlS hate aplications are being made atI ---O--" rates of 0 to 60 pounds on fallow and from 0 to 40 pounds on nonfal-t [1~| "l~lP'YIf~ ~g~ low. Potash is being aplied at rates l ~jij, J, IIlIL IU [Change Names 1 Major gasoline brancr names plan- ned for use by American Oil Com- pany after American's proposed re- organization January 1 were an- nounced recently. For Regular gasoline, President L W. Moore of American Oil, said the brand name American Regular will be used throughout the present American Oil Company marketing area, the present Standard Oil Company (Indiana) marketing area, and the present Utah Oil Refining Company marketing area. For Premium gasoline, the brand name American Super Premium wi]A be used in the present Standard Oil Company (Indiana) and present SMALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDY COMMITTEE IS APPOINTED A five member study committee has been appointed by M. F. Peter- son, sup'J~rintendent of public in- struction, to dig into the feasibility of conducting a study of small high schools in the state. The committee will work wi~ Supt. Paterson in developing a way to accomplish the study and ob- tain the greatest benefits. Peterson said the committee would be most concerned with determining to what extent small high schools can properly educate North Dakota students and how many of these, small schools are necessary to do the lob. "Such factors as population, re. sources, trade areas, and natural terrain barriers--like the badlands or rivers tha~ freeze in winter but are tmcro~sab~e in summer--will phi" an important part in the final analysis," Supt. Peterson stated. The morley to do the study will come Irom the Ford Foundation fund for the advancement of edu- ca-tion. 1~ will be eomuleted th~s su~ffrner following the close of school. Members of the committee are Don Hjermseth, Supt. at Marmarth; Mrs. Edward Nybakken, rural Mine (at; Mrs. William Lane, Me flit; James R~ndall, Stark County Supt , Dickinson; a~d John B. Cambell, North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage - Gets ResulIs BUYING SELLING Rates: ! 4c per word first insertic --no od less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum 8END DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandsn 8tre~ BISMARCK, N. D. Business Opportunity 9 For Sale: Modern progressive neigh* borhOod grocery store in Jamestown, N. D. Includes building, stock and fix- other business interests in North Da- kota. Contact Miller Food Store, James- iown, N.D. 5 For ~ie: 4(~ acres with $19,0t)0 of build- ings on it irl Minnesota among the lakes, good for retirement, cheap price. :)tie Kading, Hackensack, Minn. 5-6 Bla~:k Hills of South Dakota Money Makers; Ill healtll causes sale of these fine opportunities: No. l-IAtrg- est Zoo in 12 states, on re:tin tourist route. No. 2-A & W. Hoot Beer drive in locntc~d in f~pid City. Also a splen- did opporturHty for a couple in this Cash and Carry Finished Laundry in Rapid City, Phone or write on these and other Busin,ss Opportunities. a,Vatb~y tlealtors, 3879 giverdell Drive I~,apid City. South Dakota Phone Fill- more 2-7407. 3-5 Motel ill A-I condition. 13 units plus owners apartment. Room for expansion ,:hristman Realty, 616 Cook i~tt. Lewis- town, Mont. 5 li'rarleis~, open for exclusive' Drive-In food item for North and South Da- kota. Small investment with fast pro- f~t and future income. Write Box 1545, !MJnot, IN. Dak. or phone Temple 6- 0224, Minot, N. I)aR. 56 $10o morlthly spare time. Refilling and collecting money from NI~]'~,V TYPE high quality coin el}crated dispensers in this area. No. selling'. To qualify you must have car, references, $000 tO $191)0 cash, St~Ve!ll to twelve hou,rs weekly e:m net up to $400 monthly. Personal CAR.E F~Ott UNMARRIED MOTHER.~ Florence Crittsnton Home 711 13th St. So. F'argo, North Dakota. ~,rrlte su- ~crinendent fo ril~formation. All In- quiries confidential. HELP FOIl UNMARRIED MO~Er I eounmsl and oursln~ eara. Wt'/t4 Ho~. of Me~. l~0E ~th Av~a~e ~n~, l~ar~ North Dakota. All laquirl~l eoaffd~tisl Notice 29 ~RGEST whole~le Iupply In U l~ur~altura, elotlMng, applfaneea, aut~ and accessories, farm equll)ment, toola houseware~, new produete. Imvort, Free details. Associat~l ~,~hoHm~ler~ Box 20~$-BN, Sioux City 4. Iowa Sr~ Attend Mater Barber Sel~ool in Van- eouver, Washington. G. I. approv- ed barbers in demand all over the U. S. A. MMer Barber School. gl5 Main St. Vancouver. Wash. 4-l~ IJSI~ID AUTO PARTS. Vsed pa.rts for ~dl makes and models of cat-s. Tony's Body Silop 213 No. 14th St P, ismar~:k. N. Dak. Dial CA 3-9547. 5tf "WANT A GOOD POSITION?" At- tend Interstate. Fall term Sept. 6. Professional training in secretarial, stenography, hookkeelring, typing, c.ivil service. Send for catalog. Interstab, Husiness College, Fargo, 'N. l')ak,5-6 Livestock 7 b'or Sale: PUREBHED HEREFORD POLLE[) BULLS AND HE1FER~ A. E. Nelson Wiltou. N.D. 37 Top Wisconsin Holstein and C'uernsey calves and CoWs shipped O~x approval. More full tirae, l:'or personal interview Ray Blott, Box 552, Makwonago, Wise. Wl ~te P.OBox ]055 Boi~e Idaho In- T ' ' ' 5' 47 5 tqude phcme number. ' I --~ ~,Small Calves for sale. Deliveries in Pets l.~/ lots of 5 or more Holstein and }(~'~';g~ hi,~;ifers $10.00 Holstein balls Nor Sale: Beautiful white Spitz pup-I$, .w L. Jochinl Route I, Bi.~- pies, $15. I,oYal and home loving. { marek Phone CA3-3114, 3-8 ~3v~ MOrrill 615 1~ F r Ave Ferzus / ~-~-----~-~--~--- Falls, Minn. 5-6 ] b or Sale: 1. Holstein heifer ealve.~ { lroln artificial breewling, 2 to 6 weeks. Norwegian b'lkhound PUl pies and older I ohl, well marked and health. Will de- dogs. AKC registv.~ed. A best all a- liver for $545. Joi~u Mlchener, Lake IN THE UN in New York, Belgian Foreign Minister Pterra Wigny listens as 2T-year-old Thomas Kanza, representing the Congo Republic, tells the Security Council, "It is for you to insure that this country will know peace and will not be a battlefield." He reminded that his prime minister had re- iterated his threat that unless Belgian troops are with- drawn, Soviet military aid will be sought. Wigney stated that troops would be withdrawn "as soon as the United Nations tells us that peace and tranquility are restored." AND IN LEOPOLDVILLE, Congo capital, 34-year-old Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba is shown (left) with UN Rep- resentative Ralph Bunche a~ he atated he would call for So- .eL troops if Belgian forces remain. (Radiophoto) WATCHING HIS STIP fd~dt A FIUIND--Chief Red Arrow shares his stall in AUstintown, Ohio, with a tiny beagle puppy, who moved in with two others right after they were born. The horse is ext~mel.v careful not to trample his three ~riends an4 even ]i~ down sometimes so they can curI up beside him. Utah Oil marketing areas The brand Supt. at Haynes rot, nd dog. V onde,fful pets. hunters 'l and watch '{togs, Re~,m~tml)le. Lang'S name AMOCO Pr~mmm .w~ 1 be A group of Interested persons[ Northwest Kennels. I oute 2, Box 239, used in the present American Odimet with a representative of the Arlington. X, Vashtngton. . 5 marketing area for the Company's Ford Foundation two weeks ago to ~-------~ --:---------~--------~ unique unleaded permium gasoline discuss the possibility of doing a ~or ~ent za In addition, it is planned to use small high school study in the state l -:-----7~, - .~.~--7--~-~ the brand names American Heater [,as part of the 2~ocky 1V ount~aL~ [i' t!i~!:~'m! ~:)np~!(~j/,~ ,~a~.i~s l~w~O~ Oil and American Furnace Oil corn- { Area Project for Small 1-Iigh t ' 'i.~. l:i~, l*!i~,'e:, pi:~n~;, ":Mumacraft Lc~'t. pany, Moore said. /Scltools. / '' ,'-'.ll!" Ferffus Falls, Minn. 5-6 READY TO TAKE ELECTION BY THE HORNS- Sen. I of the convention in Los Angeles and in prepara- Lyndon B. Johnson looks over ~the cattle on his] tion for the long trek of the upcoming campaign. ranch in Johnson City. Tex. The Democratic Vice [ Fellow Texans heartily endor.sed hlssel~ ~ otndal" ~tia~ nominee was restimt after the rigors[ runnxng ma~e for -~enator donn ~. ~ ~. Park, Minn. 4-5 For Sale: Wisconsin Dairy Cattle. (?lose up springers, all breeds, in- cluding Guernsey and Iloistein. Baby (';lives, all breedls, VVrite or ('all col- lect. Cedar 4-7333 R. D. Paul or Cedar 4-4434 Skip V*'iddes I~ice I,ake. Wise. 4-~ Female Help Wanted 26 W'anted: I~ady barmaid. Must be 21 years of age, single preferred ]F' x- perlenee not ueeessa~T, On the :lob training. Starting wage $200 per month. Write p. O. Box 92,Casselton, N. Dak. 4-5 Wanted To Buy 22 Wanted tO huy f{trm and grazing land. iGive details. IT. I). Gorne, 201 ChaLet- nut St. Bellingham, Washington 5-6 :Farm m--ent- i~s~.d Combines or Sale--No. 95 John 1)care, No. 25 John Deere, No. 125 lntern, ti(mal 20 27 Massey Harris AS. 21A MaSsey Itarris. Zlmmerman Jm- plement Co IClhql~lale, N, 1) ~ For ~le: 53 culti-vision Massey Har. rls 30 tractor, hydraulically equipped, with 3-14 aJlis---chahners plow, good combination, ready for field. Also 12 x 18 siding granary /800 bu capacity very good condition. Located 9 miles , s)uth east of McClnsky. Arthur Trleb- wasser. MeClucky, N. Dak. 4-6 Machinery for Sale: 1953 Model 80-14 It, Massey [Iarris self propelled cotn- I)iru~ with Melrose pickup attachment. (;;oo(t condition. E. E. Velgum. Golden Valley, N, I). 5 14-fc.)t Hesston self-propelled wind- rower; ~ksed two years, A-1 condition. $1,050. Walter Diebrleh, Presho, So. I)ak. Phone 42. 4-5 North Dakota NewsDaUer Assn Bosmarck, N.D. 1960---5 Improving crop seed quality need not be a costly project A few bush- els of registered or eertified seed sown on clean land this spring can produce enough seed to meet next year's requirements. Motel For Sale Motel priced for quick sale by owner $35,000 down, owner will carry balance of $120,0b0 at 5% interest. Gro~s income $45,000 for 1959. Wonderful investment, welt located in Capital City, 28 De- luxe units, some Kitchenetta, carpeting, television, telephone, serge air conditioned. Attractive 3 bedroom ~partment for owner, Write Ad No. 71~ P. O. Box 90 Bismarck, N. D. Brick,beautiful and ever- la ting, economical to build with und free from mainte- nance Provides be r resale value and will make your house a dream hom GAVEL IIAP OPENS ~OP COlflll~llO~-Republt-[~tlo~al ~mplllUleatre pacl~ed with delegates. ean National ~ ~ B, Mortcm I Absent from the oPeniz~ session was Gov. NeLson swings the gavel in Chicago to bring the national I Rockefeller of New York. He was busy mapping IV~ to m'~. At ~dlht lI the huge Inter- I strategy for floor fight on the Civil rights ImIi IlIII tt