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l / / Give her a 100% nylon tricot softly quilted duster with feather-lite hi. loft Estron lining. Fully washable. Sin.- Med.- Large $12.90 RANCHERS- Have available for immediate delivery. 18% to 44% protein cattle feed; 41% cottonseed cake from - Texas, THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1960 The of a majority of thepeo~le of1958 (the yearcurrently used NOTIC~ or DELINQUENT TAX JNorth Dakota duringthe next for determining the distribution SALE. ISS9 ~ session of Congress. of school lunch funds among Billings County, North Dakota Short II1 I Republicans, with the import-states) had increased -in the Pursuant to the provisions of Chap- ~.-vJA ant exception of the Governor's greatest proportion' Of any State ter 57-24 North Dakota Revised C~de C1|,'office, scored an impressive vic- in the Union--18.3% This ~ls one of 1943, and under the directions of ~[10r[ tory in North Dakota. Vice- of the factors used in 'the for- the Board of C~unty Commissioners President Nixon carried the mule for alocating ~illl(~ for of Billings County, North Dakota. December 12, 1960 state; two Republican Congress- school lunches, an~ it '* seems notice is hereby, given that an lands There seems to be no ade- men were elected; Republican somewhat unfair. Per :capita in- and village lots and acreage situatea quate way for a candidate to candidates were elected to all come for our state ir~teased in the County. of Billings and State State offices except Governor from $1435 in 1957 tO ~,in of North Dakota, and on ~ the properly express his gratitude to and Tax Comm and a Re- 58 but we were stil~ gmr ~l~low taxes for the year 1959 rtmmin un- constituents when he is elected publican majority was retained such states as'Co~t with paid at the c!~H of eale (except to public office. This disturbs in the State Senate and House $2817, or New York witl~,;~. ~ ut~ek off anct Sold for prior me, as I fear some may think of Representatives. This seems I-have-protested. ~,is i~ty. years taxes, to. the e, ounty) will be fortheirgrtmted.SUpp rt andl wantV te iStotakentake to me to be simply an expression to the Administrati0]~ "@ffi~ials, Is Id at public, auotion in the rnan- this opportunity to express my of appreciation on the part of but .the formula is wT~e~.-hrto her provided /b~r. law, at the Cwtrt appreciation for the very grat- North Dakota people for the the law, and nothing' :emx. be House m Me,era. mllin~a County, flying vote i received in the sound and honest administration done, i am told ~i I Noreth Dakota. on Tuesday Decem- C~neral Election on November of State affairs provided by Re- we still~have not rea~ed, the'bee lSth," Ige0,~: 8t~. I surely hope I can con- publicans. Few states can match end bf the questior~aites beingI A list of all lan~, 'ors, acreages : :tinue to justify the confidence North Dakota's record, and it is returned. We therefore cannot etc sublect -t9 said sale is On file r MARSH aparent that a majority of the give a final tabulation, and may be examined at the .office citizens of the state recognize Since this will be our last of the county audtior at Medora that when they have good ad- newsletter before the e~d ;of the North Dakota, and a copy of said ministration, it is just good bust- year, may Edith and l, arid.the list, with the names of tl e owners hess not to change. C. P. Dahl office staff -- Louise, Ruth, Do- and description of the land and would have made an excellent lores and Merge, wish you all a tracts involved and the total amount Governor, but the voters must Merry Christmas and a Happy of the taxes, penalties, and interest have been influenced by the and Prosperous NdW ~e~Rl~: dtte on each tract has been posted youth of his opponent, in the U. S. Post Office at Medora ON THe 1 I wish I could foresee just Visits Here --. Fryburg. Fairfield, and Gorham irt r~k~ what we can lo~k forward to m Mrs. Roy Noye~ vis~te~l at the the said County. the way of farP" legislation in home of her son, R~ll and The figures given under the head- ing "Amount" on the lists include the next session * Congress. family last week arriving from the original amount of the taxe~ and The predominatel Republican Painted Canyon Wednesday hi- vote in the agricu .'el states I ternoon. She returned to her all penalties, interest, and cos~ to feel, will temper t - enthusiasm De."~arts, oc to try home Friday morning ,when her the date of the sale. Said sale will I of the liberal begin at the bour of ten O'Clock and carry out their promises to husband drove up for her. A. M. and will continue from day the farmers. Some will, no to day until all lands or tracts are [doubt,m,agree with Harry. Tru-, 7"-"~ "m /-~~ ~I" sold, but said sale shall not con- an s statement that since the tinue for a period longer than ten BI$ {AT(H'AH|AD~ farmers did not support the (10) days. More than 19 million fish had [Democrats, the new Administra- Explanation for the abbrev~atio~ been stocked in North Dakota waters through the end of Sep- tember. Total for year will be close to 20 million. This in- cludes 9,800,000 northern pike, 8,171,000 walleye, 736,000 min- nows, 518,000 black bass, 267,- 000 blue gills and 75,000 rain- bow trout. This should make good fishin' even for the con- sistently unlucky NO WHISKERS, PLEASE! South Dakota males won't be required to exhibit displays of hirsute adornment (beards!) during the Dakota Territorial Centennial celebration in 1961. Instead, Centennial coins, ban- ners and other souvenier items will be used to help promote interest in the event. There's no word yet as to whether or not North Dakota men will go the whiskered route. MINK WITH EARRINGS! If you're trappin" this year .in north-central North Dakota, watch for mink with earrings. Game and fish officials, as part of a study Of the movemehts of mink, have live-trapped a number of them and marked them with metal ear-tags. OOOO Trappin', skiin', bowlin' or what- ever make your day's enjoy- ment complete. Treat yourself to the refreshment of a #ass of beer.Wher- ever you go, beer is the traditionM bev- erage of moderation . . accepted and enjoyed eve .r~vhere. Presented by Jho UNITED 'STATES ' BREWERS FOUNDATION Beach, N. D TR 24107 o Win. W. Eiehhors Attorney VTlth offices In BELFIE LD SATURDAYS MONDAYS - WEDNESDAY~ -- ~md-- TUESDAYS - THURSDAYS FItlDAYS MEDORA FOR A LIMITED TIME, WE WILL PURCHASE MINERAL INTERESTS IN GOLDEN VALLEY, SLOPE, BOWMAN, SO. McKENZIE & BILLINGS COUNTIES, AND PAY CASH, SUBJECT TO TITLE APPROVAL AT OUR EXPENSE. IF INTERESTED FILL OUT & RETURN INFORMATION BOX TO: MINERALS, P' O. BoX 245, BISMARCK, N. DAK. I am 4 terested in selling mineral i terests. (Please print or type) Namee" .=.= : ' L . : Addr :: Town "7-Y--7-,--- ,-,--'--: Tel with Sections, toWnships & angeS, List accurate description of land Radio Service Mail MINERALS, P. O. Box 245, Bismarck, N. D. Phone ~-4,1~ B~.~CH, NO. DAK. Emerson & Motorola and TV : We back. our se.ts with .i re : serwee. toot, CheSTS ASY SPIN-DRIER WASHERS Fish g SUpples Play s Records. I .i@ :';:' " "" tion will be under no obligation as appearing on the posted lists fol- io help the farmers This sounds NOTICE OF HE~H1NG lows: to me like the beginning of a PETITION FOR ~-t-LOWA.~[:E OF N for North pattern of excuses for not doing FINAL REPORT AND ACCOUNT E for East something they know they can- WITH PETITION FOR W /or West not do; namely, to raise the DIISTRIBUTION S for South farmer's income. They talk a STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA NE for Northeast lot about farm prices being made COU~qTY OF BILLINGS NW for Northwest in Washington, but they know IN ~OUNTY COUNT SW for Southwest that higher prices and reduced BEFORE HONORJVBLE A,LI(~E I. SE for Southeast production do no~ spell increas- LEBC, JUDGE ]:2 for one-half ed income. Such production ZN THE MATTER OF TI E ESTATE ~ f~>r one fourth-and one quarter I control legislation as Col]gress OF LOUIS RICHARD MA:NCA D'E PT for Part I has been willing to pass, and VALLOMBROSA, DECEASED. Sec. for Section i they felt the farmer would ac-Richard P. Rauseh, ) j Twp. for Township cept, has demonstrated that the Petitioner ) I RGE. for Range farmer's income could not be in- vs. ) ~L for Lot creased that way. The price in- Antoine MaRch de Vallom-) centive has encouraged more b~c~sa de M/ores. Athenaie ) production while loopholes in Mzanca de Vallombrosa d* )' " ' controls have brought thousands Guarracino. Leontine Jousset. t of new producers into competi- Dr. Maurice Fourcade. Jeane ) tion with established wheat Pradere. Feteeie Pradere. Eve- t farmers who were being subject- lyne Greig, ) ed to acreage cuts. Re,~pondent~ ) Blk. for Block A for Acre and Acres ART. for Acres of right of way Incl. for inclusive. GIVEN UNDER MY tIAND AND THE OFFICIAL SEAL OF SAID COUNTY OF BILLINGS, NORTI~ I DAKOTA THIS 18th DAY OF NO- erican countries. This will be Will and Testament of said decedent; my first trip outsidethe United and you are hereby notif~e~t that States. I will report further in the residence of said decedent at the my next newsletter, time of his de~th was t%e City of A few days ago the first bliss- New York. New York; tkat said pe- ard of the season struck North tition will be heard at tl~e o~ice Dakota. Pictures of the .snow- of the County Judge at the Court- 'By the time you read this, l THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA VEMBER A. D.0 1960. will be in Lima, Peru, at a For- TO THE ABOVE NA~:) RES~(YND- s/ Daniel Osad~huk eign Agricultural Service meet-ENTS: ] Daniel Osadehuk, i~g of representatives from all You and each o[ you nre hereby Billings County Auditor South American countries,notified that a petition has been filed (SEAL) t I hope to learn something of the in this Court for the al~wance of the *NOTICE: Any person who removes possibilities of expanding our Final Re'port and Account in the or destroys any delinquent real es- markets for American agricul- above m~t.ter with a petition ~or dis- tate tax list from the place Where tural products in the South Am- tribution as providedin the Last posted, between the date of posting and a date of tax sale referred ~o, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. Ch. 5%2405 N. D. R'evised Code 1943. (Dec. 1-Sl Fractures Arm-- farm and ranch pictures on the may be heard if you wLs~b. walls of our office and visitors Let service of this no, ice. b~ nmde are amazed at the beauty of. as required by law -. North Dakota and it'sobvious Dated this ~'~lth day o~ ,N'o~ember productivity. A.D 1960 ";' ~ This reminds me that not long BY THE COURTt.-.' ' ago it came to my attention that Alice L. Leb~;"-~ our Schol Lunch fund in North Judge of the C~u~ty.~Court. Dakota was being cut. Knowing,RAUSC~ & CHAPMA~ . -" that the appropr}ation passed by[Attorneys for Estate " ~ Congress was the same as a year 41o Thayer Avenue ago, I asked for the reason, i iB:is~n~rck. North Dakota ," found that the income level of (SEAL OF COURT) ,: - the people of North Dakokta for (Dec. s-15),: blocked streets appeared in the house in the City of Medora in the Vernon Bosserman, ll-yr,-old Washington papers. We alveays county of Billings and State- o1 17orth son Of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bos- seem to get a lot of publicity for Dakota on the 30th day ot ,D~ ember. serman, fell out of a pickup near our blizzards, drouths, floods and 1960, at the b/our o~ .two e'eieck p. hiS home last Wednesday even- hot weather. We must somehow ~ of that day or at such stibeequent lug, Dec. 7, suffering a fractured do a better job of publicizing time or other place to ,xvtff~h said arm. Vernon was able to return the more desirable aspects of hearing may be adjourned ; r trans- to school this Tuesday, wearing our state. We have some good ferred, at which time and ph~ce you a cast. Help Fight TB Use Christmas Seals New 1959 V8 GMC 4-wheel drive pickup. At a big disco t from the regular list price. ~f~ }: