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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Wheat from the Wallace M. Mur- phy farn~ near Fortuna, N. D. was judgged best among eateries from six states and tw/o Canadian prov- inces in a contest sponsor~ed by Raidio. Judging enteries were (left-to right) Charles Mitchell, agricul- tural representative of the Dakota National Bank; Mike Carter, KFYR' farm service director; and John acre. Coles, agricultural representative Each entry included a wheat for the First National Bank ~t Bis- sheaf of 50 heads and stems. marck. Murphy, father of six children, Carter said the Murphy wheat won $50 and a commemorative won on the basis of color, clean-* pl,alcque, aoc0rding to Bob Mac- Leod, station manager. liness, 'brightness, and good tsett 2'he station received entries from appearance. I the Dakotas, Montana, Nebraska, The sample mdicated an average Wyoming. Minnesota, Manitoba and yield of more than 20 bushels an Saskatchewan. Huge Tanks Arrive for Dakota Brewery Living Costs Still Rising Living costs rose one-tenth of one per cent in July to set a record for the fifth straight month. The Labor Department living cost index rose to 126.6 per cent of the 1947-49 base. The Jul)" increase, while it rais- ed the figure to a new record, was the smallest June.July rise since 1954. Increases for food and gasoline, and a continued increase in prices for services, were main contributors to the new record. But food prices rose less than they usually do in July. [2- STATE ACCEPTANCE PAYS 5% STOCK DIVIDEND A five per cent dividend on the par value of State Acceptance Cor- poration stock v~,~ paid August 20, 1960, to all stockholders on record !as of May 8, 1960, it was announced i by Matt Koffler, Executive vice- president of the firm. State Acceptance was inaugura~ ed in North Dakota in 1959, width an initial stock offering 375,000 shares of common stock at $2.50 per share. Stock has been selling at $4.50 per shme. A N~rth DakoL~ home-owned fi- nance company, SAC is engaged in the financing of cans, trucks and farm implements and is presently affiliated with more than 110 deal- ers in North Dakota, Sooth Dakota and Minnesota. More than $2,000,000 in contracts h~ve been written to date. SAC, with reserves over $1,300,- 000, is offering further financial in- vestment opportunity to North Da- kota residents on a new time-note policy; guaranteeing 5 percent in- terest on six month and one year notes payable every 180 days. Thi~ five percent dividend will be paid to over 1,100 North Dakota residents. North Dakota' Greatest Farm Coverage - 6ets Results BUYING SELLING Rates: 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 and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandan Street BISMARCK, N. D. Guy Defines Morality in Dem Platform Morality in government is a chief concern of North Dakota Demo- crats, gubernatorial candidate Wil- liam Guy declared this week in Williston. Guy said the Demoeratic-NPL platform was prepared with an awareness of its responsibility for adva.ncing this morality in govern- ment, which he defined as the "de- gree of excellence in our conduct or practice of that which is right." Morality in government, Guy said, is simply a reflection of our in- dividual atitudes towards problems of racial and religious tolerance, care of our aged, education of our children, rehabilitation of the handi- capped and training of delinquent youngsters. Guy and his wife appeared at a businessmen's luncheon and at a regional Democratic-N'PL workshop. KENNEDY SILENCED--John F. Kennedy, suffering from sinus, passes notes to brother Bob in "addressing" some 2~000 Brooklyn Navy yard workers who bussed to Washington to protest a government decision to build a super aircraft carrier at a private yard. Workmen at the Dakota Malting special glass-lined tanks to be used schedule and the brewery should be and Brewing plant site on east Main in l rowing North Dakota'~ owr ] complete and ready to go by Jan. avenue have unloaded over twenty l beer. Construction progress is onl 1. ~---~~ ~ of 1950. der 821 Ordinary policies; $868,000 HP.nth HAnelll. ~o rise in death benefit ray- under 331 group life insurance cer ~.~v u.** ~ ~ ments in the past ten years is a tifica'~es; and $6,005 was under 12 T 11 o/ direct reflection of the gre~atly in- [hadu~rial policies. lllUIUd iU l/"k/o creased family protection through For the nation as a wh )1~. $1,- life insurance o :,'ned by Americar~ 704.353,000 was paid as death c:'~ims North Daokta families receiver families," Holgar J. Johnson, presi- under 1,060376 policies in tl ~. finsl $3,676,000 in life insurance deaf.~ dent of the Institute, said in an- bah of 1960, ~ompared with l.561,- benefits in the first half of 1960. nouncing the figures 118,000 under 1,010,577 policic3 in compared with $2,717,000 in the cor "Death benefits prod m me nrs~the corresponding period of last responding period of 1.ant year, it.b: half of this year throughout the year and $809,487,000 under 718,72a reported by the Instftu~e oI lie country were 111 per cent grea~er ]policies in the first six months of 1950. Insurance. This year's payments, than in the corresponding pemod o" Of this year s payments $971.766,- were 174 per cent grea~er than thos. 1959, even though mortality among in the corresponding period teI, policyholders generally is k.elo.w the 000 was under 325,678 ardinary poli- :0ears ago, when the six-month total 1950 rate. Aggregate ownershlPhO' ties; $561,104,000 was under 197,358 was $1,340,000. life insurance in this country as group certificates; and $171,483,050 w~s under 537,340 industrial policies. The number of policies paid of risen 150 percent in the past ten Total payments to American fatal- in this state, beeat~e of death in the, years." first six months of 1960 was 1,16~ Of the total death benefit pay- lies by their life insurance corn- which compared with 1,154 in the meats in th~ state during the first panies were $4,059,600,000 in the first half of 1959 and 574 in the first half of this ye~w, $2,802,000 was un- [first six months of this year. DISCOVERER RECOVERER--This is the U. s. Navy' Haiti Victory, which lal,n~hed a h~lt- copter with a frogman to recover the Discoverer XHI space capsule from ~e Paelfie. The Haiti Victory carries a helicopter on the rear deck. hrcMng in the Olympic parade, the Nationalist Chinese bear a protest at being force4 to compete u '~alwan." Gianfranco Perle, 19-year-old Italian student, c~rrle~ the Olympic flame up the stops of Olympic stadium in Rome on lest leg of the flame's tortuous Journey from Greece. ALL ATHLETIC ROADS ~AD TO ROM~--Here are scenes u the 7,850 athletes of 85 nations compete in Olympics in Rome. I Personal t'ARli: FOR UNMARRIED MOTHERs Floron~e Crittenton Home 711 lSth St. ~o. ~'urgo, North Dakota. Write s,t- m'rinendent fo rinformatton, All In- quiries conf|dentlal. FOR UNMART:,ED MO'I~gP. ~ eO~l and nnreln~ ear/. Write I11~te of Mercy, 1808 6thAve~me ~outk, }'ar~, North Dakota~AllInquiriet co~fldentiil ------.--- Notice 29 I~AI (:E,*IT ",Vholel~ll~ 8ilppi,/ it, U. P'uraitu:e. clothing, apPlis~Icas IUI ! nd ~cceso(~rle/% [arm eqlllDmen.' t^.~1 he:lsewa res ~eW ~roA ~, ~vv,6 l~:ee detrJila Associated Wholes&le~ [~ox 20~N-BN, Sioux City 4 Iowa ~t~ ,ttend Maler Barber School In Van- couver, WasiHngton. G. I. a~rov. ed barbers In demand all Over the % A. Maler Barber Sch,-^~ ~:-~ --,IT. St. Vancouver Wash ,a m~ USED AUTO PARTS. Used paxts for all makes and models of cars Ton ~ody Shop. 213 So. 14th St ,r,7 Y'S N. Dak. Dial CA 3-9547. ~mmar~} Will Sell at Mlnot, t%'orth Dakota. Sept 20. 1960 Harrlngton Sa . e~ .~ r~. Rice, Chromo PO4- mu t~erefords. Forsyth. Montana 9-11 HUNTERS: Used, Guaranteed Rifle l~- loading tools, new dies, complete $27.- nq. Also Several used 16, 20, 12 gauge 1)c, tguns, & deer Rifles. ~ullets. I~w. tier, shot primers. No,flak Gunshop, :,1~ S,'eond Stre~t. Bismarck N. Dak. For Sale 8 Ii'or Sale: One Alumna Kraft 14 ft b~g~t With l~'ne~ory built trailer and 5~, horse POWer Evlnrude motor. P',ice $300.00 George A~decsou Wing, N ,D`a k. 10 F'or Sale: Two story, full basemex~t store building, Richville. Minnesota, suitable retail merchandise, farm im- plements, etc. Charles Alexander, Fer- ~us ~'alls, Minr~ 9-10 Business Opportunity 9 l'::o'ellent Ol)portuni~y in Prrme loca tlon. 16 nnits wilb all year business. .~ee to ~q~Pre('iat~ (?:!sil or one-half down ('it)- Center Motel, Missoula, Moat 10 ()tie grf.t~erv stOre aud one caf,~, noa--r Air Base," north Mlnct See or write B. Sobmmelpfenm~ Ruihville, Minor, N. I)ak. 8-10 iQ}r S4t~,: [b~sLaurant, coluDlete with tle~,' tl(,'tllt~ i~l bilck All bot tie g',~u'~ h 'ntir~.v. ('k~rence Gro~s, Kulm. N. Dak. 10-1 i ock 7 For Sale. t'UR I=:BI;EI) H ERt: p.O R~ l-'('l.Lb]l-~ BULI,S AND HEIFERS ~. E. Nelson Wilton, N.D. |? r arms F or Sale 2 anvon~ a~m~ .~,r aa oo Sent to ', - .- ,t~n request. J G. Durren. .erger, Realty, Perham, 'Minn.9-I@ W~cn eree~ ann springs, 155 hay 2 miles east of Bergen N. . south. Frank Klein. ' D~.I~ ~e: zS6-acro Farm. Good build- ings. 60 acres in hay. Excellent for beef or shoed ralMng. Also on good fishing lake Chester McCann, Longu ville, Minn. ' 10-I1 PARMS 1~OR SALE: 570 acre farm near Mandan. Fair buildings. $21 Per ,acre. 640 acres Pasture land, all fen ed. Plenty of water. Kidder Count~. $25 per acre. 5,600 acre ranch Stut~. man County. Frenced c r~ss fenced lakes, wells, buildings. ~'.$ er 5,000 acre ranch northernp Klda~e~: County. Excellent buildings $30 Per sere. 1,740 acre farm ranch Kidder County. D'ine buildings. $33. D]~MA.~D FT)R. I~AP~MS L~ STRONG. WE II~- VIT~ YOUR LISTINGS. Kopseng Realty 1015 Third Street Bismarck, N. Dak. Dial CA3-8052 9-10 r. . - -" Female Help Wanted 26 '. URSb] Operating Room Supel%'lsor. Surgery Suite located in new hospital ~tdditton" Salary $385.00 & up Director ~)f Nurses, ()B~ttonna CityHospital, Ow~ttouna. Mlnn, 10-12 Farm Equipment 4 Will Sell or trade for cuttle: 12 foot Case conlblDe. Dearborn hay haler, 2 unit M'trll~>w milker with l)ump 'rod pipes. D. B. ~muelson. Horace. N. Dak For Sale Or Trade 18 What h~tve You. Sever`a~ brood ln~tres with colts by side arid rebred to good buckskin quarter horse stallion and several long yearling ~,~ Shet- land colts and oversize 4 yr. Shetland stud. W, L. Voorhees. Poplar, Mont. I0-I~[ Qutdity violins and cellos, priced very low. Terms. blaking and repairing string ivstrumevts. Carl Sehulz, 1001 8th ~t. Bismarck N. Dak. 10-14 Nortu Dakota NewsPaper Asm Bismrack, N, D. 1960--10 GARRISON PRODUCES RECORD CHANNEL CATFISH A new state record channel cat- fish was caught from Garrison reser- voir this month, according to the game and fish department news bur- eau. While fishing in the Snake Creek Arm of Garrison reservoir, CRrl McCray, of Coleharbor, landed a catfish that weighed 18 lba, 6 ounces and measured 31 inches long. The big fish was taken on a live sucker and casting gear. The old record w~ a 17 lb 4 ounce catfish .from Heart Butte reservoir, caught two years ago.