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August 11, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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August 11, 1960

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i "'H b; gII,LINGS COUNTY PIONEER, lk EDOR&, N. DAI p my 13i~ own antel3Do In the proces:~ "~r t~rlsp(~Ft ;Au}n, except that sklcA antt, l(*pe rnay be shippedby licensed public carrier in recezDtof proper bill of lading, &such antelope may be possessed until May 1, 1961 a~ any time & place in the State. but in no case shall it be lawful to possess antelope unless same is tagg2d m ; manner & form prescribed by the Game & Fish Commissioner and m accordance with law. 5. Each licensee may take & pos-, sess one antelope only. I 6. Licenses for the taking of ante-1 lope by bow & arrow shall be issued~ in such a manner & form as pro-', scribed by the Game & Fish Commis-[ stoner & in accordance with law. Witness my hand & the Great Seal THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1965 @ ins the Theod,0,re Roosevelt Natlonal D. Hwy. No. 22 intersect, thence ta's 1960 antelope season. The Memorial Park, thence south on the north 13 miles on N. D. Hwy. 22 to noon of said day, at toe Court Rooms. gun season on pron?horns wil park boundary to the west bank of the Lefor Road. thence east 23 miles in the Court House in the City of rim ~rom noon Sept. 23 tlrllil the Little Missouri River, thence tel- on the Lefor R, oad to N. D. Hwy. lowing the west bank ,0f the River 8. thence south to the Milwaukee Medora in said County and State, a$ ~undoIwn on Sopt. 26, MST. south to the north boundary of the Railroad at Mott, thence northwest on the time and place for hearing and Lar~clowners, living wivhin the South Unit of the Theodore R, cose- the Milwaukee Railroad at Mott, adjusting all claims against the es- volt National Mem, orial Park. thence thence northwest on the Milwaukee open units, may purchase 9or- west &,south on the Park boundary Railroad to the point of origin rate of ~aid decedent which have mits :for the unit in whic~ they to U, S. No. 10, thence west ~,n U S. UNIT 8. Those parts <>f Billings & been presented as herebefore provi(! No. i0 to Sentinel Butte, thence fen Stark Counties lying within an area live without having to go thru lowing a graveled road approxigtately starting at a point on U. S. No. 10 ed, and all persons interested in said the regular drawirLg. Application one mile north, ~,~ mile northeast, approximately one mile north of estate are required theft and there ~ mile north & ~ mile west, thence Sooth Heart, thence west on U. S No. bl~mks for such special permits north 7 miles, thence west 10 miles 10 to the east boundary of the S~tn vo show cause why such claims should axe avai.l~ble o~ly locally, to the Montana Line thence north to Unit ,o4 the Theodore Roosevelt h0t be allowed. Sportsmen throughout the state the point of origin. "" National Memorial Park, thence P~orth UNIT 2. -Those Darts of Golder~ & west on the Park Boundary to the Dated August 2, A. D 1960. must mmke application for the Valley, Stark & Billings Counties ly east bank of the Little Missouri Edwin C. Boehlev regu,lar lottery/ The $6 license ing ~vitiain an ar~a beginning at a River, thence north on the east Executor of the Estate o fee must accompany the appli-point where the Montana border & bank ~f the River to the Billings- U. S. No. 10 intersect, thence east on McKenzie County Line. thence east Elizabeth Paquin Deceased cation from both landowners and u. s. -No. I0 t~ one mile west of to the Dunn County line, thence east William W. Eichhorst sportsmen. - South Heart, thence south .on a gray- & south on the Dunn County line to cled road t,o the Slope-Stark County the Stark County line, thence east Attorney for Executor line.thence due west to':the Men- 1',~ miles to a graveled road 10~ First Publication on the 4th day of miles north of South Heart, thence tana border, thence north t()the south to the point of origin. August,A D 1960. . m um,Dr-Ja--a':-- int of origin. UNIT 6. t,icenses for the taking of ante- (Aug. 4-11-18) of the State ,~/ N. Dak, this 1st day t~,~ August, 1960. I *. I s/ John E. Davis, " I .a: j Governor o~ N. Dak. 1 Attest: I m " s/ ]Ben Meier, I qw---j :. Se~:retary of State. ] ~--. !i !:" z--""'"-- i'-"Ii 2 ",~0 ~ I IIAIL-ROAD B&IPE~'I( COUNC|~ ."~ ~ Slippery areas at railro~)Crossings are death traps to the motorists. ~ NOTICE TO CREDITORS l says Alton Seh~tte, ,l~esident of the North Dakota Raft-Road Safet~ .~ Eq THE MATTER OF THE F ,STATE C0UBCil, With the ar~hml of 'winter - together with its packed sn0~ ~ OF ELIZAJ~ETH PAQUH~, Deceased. and ice, we face a ~ew. danger at railroad crossings where ice am[ Notice is hereby ~iven by the un-[ snow put drivers ha danger Of approaching trains. Schuette advisel ,-:[ ~ ' . . . " "~ Will] motorists to play t| safe lq railroad crossings lust as mey oo { Qerslgncu cxecuLor oi tile ~.~as[ i ~ 11 4~ '~" street intersections. ' As a matter of tact." Sehuette says. motorists E iR ~ and Testament of sald decedent to i ; ~( " ' should be even more careful at railroad crossings where they must " ;i ii~ ~,~-- the creditors of, and all persons hay- face trains that are longer, heavier and faster than they ever have ~ ~["}: ing claims against said decedent, to been." "Let's stot~, look and listen at those crossings." Schuette said. ,i I }~ exhibit them with the necessary TO Canada " !]it uchers within three months after A c oge u- ter }~ ~ to the County Court of BHhngs Coun- tr ]eft on ~Monda'" for a visit I "-~.- %'~"~ ~OAT/NG / M S'!J'~ ';~ i ty, North Dak=ta in the Court Hous~z in Canada and Detroit Lakes "- "'<'" '/!~~------J ~ t~ in the City of M edora in said C oun- " I"~ ----".:'"~, ~~='3~ i* ~ [, ty and 'S ate - ' i i -- - i -N I You are further notifed that lion. ~ ' N?" ~'~r~:~t Alice L Lebo Judge of the C ntv ["", N ~- " ' ~ ? ', ,h Court within and for said County ~~~v" l ANTELOPE UNITS wing School Road), thence s~uth 13 UNIT 7. Those parts of Stark & ~ l .ai~ has b- order fix,~athe I fVINil/nF ~olrt~/a lzl~lll~nilrltlli miles, thence east 2 miles, thence Hettinger C,ounties lying within an ~ "~ L i Above are shown the 8 ureas south ~'~ mile. thence east to the area starting at New England where 15th day of November A. D 1960. at to .be open during North Daka- west boundary of the North Unit of the Milwaukee Railroad track & N. the hour ~f 10 o'clock in the fore- By IIUI)Y EVINS During tim reign of Davy Crockett, eamt}mg was left to the Indian and the weather-beaten unshaven buffal~ hunter. Now. with the advent of new. modern equipment, camping ires be- come a fanfily affair esl~ially iI the eyes of Um weekend boater. I know many runabout and slna| erui,~er skippers who look glecfully t~ the weekemls for a cruise-camping trip with the family. At least twwe a lilolllh they pack their gear and h~,d~ for America's waterways and camp for the night under the meteoric wonder~ of (;od's erealions. ('ruise-canlping has beconm very p(qmhir be('ause of tile modernizatlo~ of camping cquipment, A two-burner ('amp stove, a few sleeping bags. aii mattresses, plaslie bag refrigerator& plas! ic sheeting and a small ligtitwcig|~ tent ('an be packed easily in auy '~iz ou I I)oard, The Evinrudt lk,atinu F,umhttiol has reoeived word that camping, s~ow very ~nexpenslve. is bec(llllil'~ eveh tess cosily with lhe pro, me. ion ot ne~'- ma~ leriaG ileadinl~ this list o! materi.l, is paper the same sttltf this ~rti<|t is writlen on. Tim quality of t|lc uaI,er is a ]itt le different because of the si ,'ex.a, slrain and wcalher conditions it m~-t encounter. Just think, now you .'a~ read yourself to sleep with a novel im- printed on tile sides of your tent or ol the foot of your sleeping bag! The paper-made tents, sleeping bags, etc are naturals for the crmse- tamper and fisherman. The new paper gear is so durable that it can be takei home after a weekend trip and store(I nnt}l next year if need be. Fold it like a p,eee of paper and it can be trans- ported with litlle or no trouble. Paper-made products will more thai likely be a boon to the caml)ing out- boarder. Who knows--maybe some= day, omebody will think of a way te make boats out of paper! llappy boating and fishing, to~ Rudi YOUR ~#ul~ m #hi wl#r#e& ~# #~N#n TOO EMBARRASSING! Modesty is praiseworthy in its place, but not when it means g yol a health checkup year. ch I:kt p, :i' 3& Those parts of Slope, lope shall be issued in such manner I~owman, Golden Valley Counties as prescribed by the Game & Fish Pursuant to law & the recommen-lying within an area starting at a Commissioner & in accordancewith SALE OF RE~ ]gSTAT~ 4ation of the Game and Fish Corn- point where U. S. No. 12 & the law. NOTICE IS HERE, BY GIVF.N that missioner, I. John E, Davis, Gover- . mntana border intersect, thence Witness my hand & the Great Seal under authority c~f an order of sale r~or of the State of Norih Dakota, do north to the south ,;', '