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!!!/!i: l :~ BILLINGS COUNTY PION]g]~ SUB PROVIDES WEIGHTY ARGUMENT--Bunting covers the bow of the nuclear submarine Ethan AZten in Groton, Conn before she was launched. At 6,900 tons, the Polaris-firing vessel is the heaviest submarine ever commissioned by the U.S. Navy. The American Legion's Little World Series" junior baseball tournament will be held in Bis- marck next summer. Charles F. Wood, post athletic FARM LAX IN USE OF ~ CHE2[~ALS Farms in North Dakota, espe- cially in western parts of the state, have led~ down on chemical weed control in crops in each of the past three years since 1957. The decline in chemical weed control is ddplored by L A. Jen- sen, extension agronomist at ND- AO, who feels that use of chem. ieal sprays sl~uld be on t~ae in- crease if farmers are to pro~ct ther~elves adequaCel~ from fin- ancial loss. Chemical spraying dropped from 7 willion acres in 196q to 4 ~ acers in 1969. Dry con- dltions early in the season with resulting poor crop prospects are believed to have ciiscouraged the weed spraying practice. Selective chemical weed con- trol in growing crops does not replace gX>od cultural practices, the NDAC crop man sa~s, but chemicals do permit weed con- ta~ during the crop growing season and permits some cropp- in~ changes. For example, with present chemical, flax can be planted earlier, and you can still control both broadleaved weeds and an- nual grasses, except wild oarm. Cthemical ~ control helps to protect yo~tr crop investment. By the time your crop is 4 to 5 inches tall and readT for spray- ing you've invested a large a- mount of mon~y per acre in land, seed, fertilizer and seed- ,bed .preparation. "It's a poor bus- iness risk," Jensen points mt. Three years of farm studies in Manitoba showed weeds cut w~ea~ yields 15.7 per cent, bar- ley 12.8 per cent, oats 9.8 per cent and flax 24 .1 per cent. Us- ing these percentages, North Da- kota loses $75 million or about $1~0 per farm, or about $6 per crop acre, because of weeds. Spraying for weed control pro- tet~ your investment in some- what 4:he same way as hail in- surance. Instead of spraying fewer acres each year, farmers will be ahead ~o spray more acerage, aocording to Jansen. O WING FARMER PRACTICES WATR-SOIL CONSERVING To find a way to hold the water in large quantities, to have the continued use of it, and to prevent the heavy run-off from carrying off the top soil, are objectives Lawrence Hop- kins of Wing feels he has reach- ed in his present soil conserva- tion program. Last spring he realized an estimated gain of $1,800 from 150 steer on early spring graz- ing until June 1. By Aug. 15, he was able to harvest 1 ton of choice quality brome-alfalfa hay per acre. Hopkins thinks these gains are excellent, considering it was a "drouth" year. Hopkins operates 4,800 acres near Wing. His project was plan- ned by technicians of the North Burleigh Soil Conservation dis- trict and the Burleigh extension agent. Hopkins' land is of the right typography for this type of pro- ject. A plan was laid out for a series of contour ditches and dikes and 2 small dams. The water is controlled by 2 gates. All the work was done with Hopkins' own equipment in about 40 man hours. Yield and man- agement costs are not high and the project is expected to be practically self-operating once /t is established. officer, received confirmation of the selection in a telegram from Lou ~rissie, national American Legion junior baseball commis- sioner. "I regret that I was unable to see this tournament awarded to you for 1961," Brissie telegraph- ed. Brissie said the commission was unanimous in its selection of Bismarck as the site of the 1962 finals. The 1961 tournament was awarded to Hastings, Nab site of the tourney for the last two years. Bismarck was host to the na- tional finals in 1956, when only four teams were involved. Under the Legion's revised pro- gram, eight teams now advance to the finals and play a tourna- ment that lasts 10 days. Make newly purchased cattle feel at home. After a week of nursing them along get them started on feed. MVD COLLECTS $9,067~26 Motor Vehicle Registrar A. N. Lavik said this week his depart- ment had collected $9,087,528.03 during the 10 months from Jan- uary through October. October receipts were $84,576.- 97. Compared to 1959, receipts this year are $260,696.35 ahead of the January - October collections for 1959 and $3,297.92 ahead of the October record for last year. Lavik also reports that as of 6ctober ~1 of this year, there were 227,882 passenger cars and 108,360 trucks registered. Last year at this time the passenger car total was 224,121 and trucks totalled 106,691. The license revolving fund has a $171,007 balance and t$ date ton taxes have amounted to $262,971.46, Lavik reports. The sum of $486,595.77, which is 9 per cent of the passenger car fees, and $437,177.43 from the truck fees has been transferred to the state highway department in accordance with the percent- age formula prescribed by law. --PLEASE CLIP AND SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE-- Your Standard Oil Agents and AND Drive-Inns OF BISMARCK AND MINOT proudly present with DON GREEN December 2, 1960 Dickinson at Bismarck High December 6, 1960 Strasburg at Wishek December 9, 1960 Bismarck at Minor December 10,1960 Harvey at St. Mary's of Bismarck December 13,1960 Napoleon at Steele December 16,1960 Minor at Mandan December 20,1960 Hebron at New Salem Deeember 22,1966 Bismarck at Harvey December 23,1960 Valley City at lVlandan December 28,1960 Holiday Tournament in Bismarck December 29,1960 Holiday Tournament in Bismarck January 3, 1961 Max at Underwood January 6, 1961 Mlnot at St. Mary's of Bismarck January 10,1961 Bismarck at St. Mary's ef Bismarck January 13,1961 Williston at Bismarck High January 14,1961 Mandan at Dickinson J;,nu~ry 17,1961 A~hley at Steele January 20,1961 Mandan at Bismarck High January 21,1961 Fort Yates at Hgzelton January 24,1961 Wishek at Strasburg January 27,1961 Rugby at St. Mary's of Bismarck January 28,1961 Jamestown at Mandan January 31,1961 Garrison at Washburn February 3, 1961 Bismarck at WUliston February 4, 1961 Mand~n at Ryan of Mlnot February 7, 1961 St. Mary's at Bismarck High February I0,I961 Pierre. S. D. at Bismarck High (Governor's Cup Game) February 11,1961 Willis#on at St. Mary's of Bismarck February 14,1961 Ashley at Strasburg February 17,1961 Mandan at St. Mary's of Bismarck February 1~,1961 Mlnot at Bismarck High February 21,1961 Hazen at Underwood February 24,1961 Bismarck at Mandan February 25,1961 St. Mary's at'Mine#. --PLEASE CLIP AND SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE-- Two teenage boys get it big from fire hoses, and screaming girl is carried off by police. NEW ORLEANS AROUSED--Police link hand-to-hand to hold back a packed anti-integra- tion throng near the New Orleans, La School Board offices. It took fire hoses and a flying wedge of police on motorcycles to disperse them. Teenagers predominate in crowd. North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage -- Gets Results BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c 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 NEWSPAPERS Main and lVlandan Street BISMARCK, IN'. D. Choose oranges, grapefruit and lemons that are heavy for their size. Smooth, thin skins usually indicate more juice. Brick ie beautiful and ever. lastlnq, economical to build with and free from mainte- nance o=ts. Provides better ramie value and will make your howe,dream home. to invesl ga# Hebro, Brick CO. EBRON, N. D. Notice LARGEST wholesale supply in U. S. Fury it ure, clothin ~. appli laces, aUtOS and accessories, farm equipment, tools, housewares, new products lmoorts. Free details, Associated Wholesalers, Box 2068 -BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa. USED AUTo PARTs. Used parts for all makes and models of car~. Tony's l~ody Shop. 213 So 14th Dt. Bismarck. N. Dak. l)ail" CA3- }547 5tf HUNTERS: Used, Guar~nteed Rifle reloading tools, new dies, com- plete $27.00. Also several Used 16, 20, 12 g'u~e shotguns, & deer Rifles. Bullets, POWder, shot prim- ers. 'Nodal( Gunshop, 310 Second Street. Bismarck. North Dakota 'Wall paper Sale-- Write for your free samples at once. Burling. ton Trading Post, 1800 Burling. ton, North Kansas City, Missouri. 22 UNWANTED HAIR Vanished away with Sacs-Pale Saca-Pelo ts dif- ferent. It does not dissolve or re- move hair from the surface, but penetrates and retards growth of unwanted hair. I.~)r Beer Lab Ltd. Ste 5. 679 Granville St Vancouver 2. BC 22-23 The book with 5000 answers to the most difficult bible questions with teachers camentory. You must see this book. ~unday scllool PuPils can get these lessons easy with atl the answers Give on~ for Christmas. Agents waoted, l~y ~o sell Get a copy today. Price $2.00 L. A. Westman Vlrebster, S. Dak. 22 Farm Equipment 4 Anderson Rotary Rock pickers. Proven World's finest, Pick any size. Factory Direct. Write Kitera- Lure and Dame. Buth Equipment, Dllworth, Minn. 18-24 Livestock 7 ~'or Sale: PUREBRED HEREFORD POLLED BULLS AND HEIFERS A. N. Nelson Wilton, N.D. 37 Hereford Boars, National Grand Champion breeding. Bredgilts. ~prlng farrowing. Outstanding for cross breeding. Albert Mettler, Brit- ton. So. Dak7 22 For Sale: Registered top quality Angus hulls. Yearlings and two year olds. Ph. 34375 or 34363. J. C. Guyer, Main#ash. S.D. 22-33 For Sale: Polled Hereford Bulls. Gaymode breeding, se~wtceable age. 2 story 7 room house 24 x 28. Rarn 16 x 40 and hen house 10 x 16. Clifford Schnabel. 6 miles northwest of Lehr, N,Dak. Tele- I)hone 7802. 2~23 Personal 38 CARE FOR UNMARRIED MOTHERS Florence Crittenton Home 711 13th St. So. Fargo, North Dakota Write superinend- eat for information. All Inquiries confidential. HP, I,P ~-)|1 U ~N M A R I4 1 E D MOTHERS counsel and nursing care. Write House of Mercy, 1505 5th Avenue South, Fargo, North Dakota. All inquiries confidential Cars For Sale 20 For Sale: :1969 Volkswagen 24,000 miles. F. d. Rothschiller, Man- dan, N. Dak $1-22 ~or Sale--~ood running 1928 model & Y'ord 4-door. good tires and body, lso have a second model A Ford ~or lots of good repairs. Oscar L~ng, Zap, N. Dak, 22 Help Wanted 24 Exclusive Cadium Highest Quality Nuts and and Rust Resistant 1040 Steel Wholesale Discounts Usable Quantities Your Needs Mixed Sizes, Packs and Kits Buy What You Need We offer you beautifully illustrated with complete prices and order blanks CLIP COUPON TODAY Dept. No. 1215 West 103 Cleveland, Ohio Please send your eat'slog and information- wholesale priced nuts, bolts, and farm speciali- ties. Name Address---- EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Reliable man or woman from this area to distribute complete line of cigarettes, candy, nuts, or gum through new automatic v~n- dors. No selling, we will establish accounts for you. To qualify party must have car, references, and cash capital of $90{) which is se- cured by inventory. Excellent earn- ings l~art time--Full time more. For personal interview give phone, etc. Write P. O. Box 156. Roches- ter, Minnesota. 22 Female Help Wanted 26 Wanted babysiter to live in modern f~;/'lll holue and care for ~ pre- school childrt,n fl)r workillff mother. $75. per month plus board and room. Weekends off. Thorrls S~nd- ~ick, Killdeer. N. Dak. 22 For Sale 8 Hardware for Sale: Skelgas, May- t,~ & Minn,~polis line mache~.*y. If inte, restod call 5gP 210 Cnnhy, Minnesota .r write to Martin t~eek. Taunton. Minn. 22-23 For ,%lh.: 1955 ~r~ih.r hou:~o 31 ft. lo[l~ In v0ry ~ood (,ondition. ,~l:,yton 1~ Anderson.('argUers#own, N. link. 22 Wanted To Buy 22 ~Vant to lease or buy equipped tllaeksmlth shop In good terrl- tory J. G'.Laeher. Iterreid, S. Dak. 22 Hay For Sale 35 ~.000 b~tles AlfMfa hay. C~rl Berg, Wing, ?q'. Dak. 22 North Dakota Newspaper Assn. Bismarck N. Dak 1960---22 Nine out of ten Radio Free Europe programs break through the communist jamming network on one or more frequencies in most areas of ~ Iron C~ir, countries.