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F i B]ff~LINGS COIJNTY PIONEEB science teaching, who will di- rect the institute. This grant will enable the Uni- versity to continue and enlarge its program for training much- needed science teachers, Hender- son said. Each summer since 1957, a grant from the National Sci- ence Foundation has enabled UND to conduct a Summer Sci- ence Institute. The first UND Academic Year Institute for science teachers was conducted in 1959-60. Since 1957, tlm University of North Dakota has received more than $769,980 from the National l~oundation for these institutes, and more than 250 high school teachers with additional educa- tion in science are now in area schools. "The University is happy for the opportunity this N.~tional Science Foundation grant af- fords us to extend our facili- Feb. 21, ~eginning at 1:30 p.m Leonard Bechtel, chairman, has announced. The District No. 5 tourney, also scheduled for Bismarck, will be held one week later. The District meet wil be held at B.H.S. Feb. 28, starting at 1:30 p.m. Winners in each of the 10 dis- tricts throughout the state ad- vance to the state meet which will be held March 14 in the Minot State Teachers College Auditorium. The state winner receives the Leifur Traveling Trophy which ne or she retains for one year. Ted Coonrod of Bismarck was last year's state winner. All enrolled high school stu- dents are eligible to compete in the contest. Each contestant will present av. original prepared oration be- tween 10 and 12 minutes in North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage -- Gels 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 end ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandan Street ties and services to science length and an extemporaneous BISMARCK, N. D. teachers in the area, for we shall discourse between four and six again be making a contribution minutes on a subject drawn dur- He|p Wanted v 24 NO FARE---A bus bums furiously near entrance to Univer-of national i m p o r t a n c e in ing the contest Notice alty City in Caracas, where leftist Venezuelan students the science field," UND Presi- Subjects on which the extempo- Wants l: Reliable Dart. to take " ov,r last few l~aylnents of $8.92 LARGEST wholesale supplyin U. dent George W. Starcher said. raneous tel, ks will be based in- ~, 1~160 Singer Slantonmttc sewing S. I"urnlture, clothing, appll defied troops and new rioting erupted. "We are honored that this Uni- elude legislation powers, else- re:robin To see:Write, Credit~nces, ~utos and accessories farm versity was selected as one oftion of senators and the supreme l)akManag~'r' Box 316, Watertown. 2S6 equipment,products, lmpor~ts.t ls" houseware~Free details,new TT- I #1 -- the National Science Foundation 30 universities from the entire law of the land, all from the main Associated Wholesalers, Box 2068 fllfIn b0UH for the year-long institute,nation to be recognized in this body of the Constitution and~~ -BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa. ~= Forty high school teachers will way," he said. Article I of the amendments 01, be selected to participate in the ~ . dealing with the freedom of wolf dogs, trained 100.0{) Part- ~SEDfor allAUTOmakesPAttTS'and mOdelsUS'edof par~Scars. Tt'L~|~t# ~ $. l~Q,T=t 1 I which will run from10. 1961, to June 3,1962. Le~ ai0n lates militiaSpeech' etc Article II on theand Article IX on rights N hr.l'ups $35.00. Ben Ammon, Bassett,2 ~ Bismarck N. Dak Dell CA3 ~v Fan0nlI- A out half of the participants retained by the people. 1~}547 ' " St: 1 " " will e ntinue their study thr ugh ape hC S: Used Guaranteed Rifle Ti~e state supreme court this the summer as part of a Sum- ec 0niesi Farm Equipment 4 pleterel adin~'$27.00, tools,Also severalnew dleS,usedCOm.lS, week rejected a plea by Samuel mer Science Institute. The local American Legion Anderson Rotary Rock pickers.20iL, 12 gauge shotguns, & deer I' rice. ]~{uuets, Powder, shot prim- C. Parker Pandolfo Jr former Notification of the grant washigh school oratorical contest on Proven World's finest, pick any era. 'Nodak (]unshoD. 310 Second dze. Factory Direct. Write Kltera~ Bismarck securities executivereceived by J. Donald Header-the U. S. Constitution will be :ure and Demo. Buth Equipment, Street. Bismarck, North Dakota that Pandolfo was unable to o~)tain a lawyer to represent him in a trial in Burleigh coun- ty district court. The court affirmed denial of a new trial by Judge H. H. Rit- tgers of Jamestown in a case in which a jury found Pandolfo guilty of making false state- ments to obtain a state license as a securities salesman. Pandolfo was fined $500 plus $250 court costs. The supreme court, in an opin- ion written by Chief Justice P. O. Sathre, said Pandolfo, who conducted his own defense, did not have a lawyer as a result of his own doings. One reason he set out in ask- ing a new trial, in an appeal arggued Sept. 4, 1959, was that he did not have an attorney and was unable to get one. In a special concurring opinion, 'Judge Thomas J. Burke said it appeared the reason Pandolfo was not represented by counsel was that he had sent William R. Mills of Bismarck, who had appeared as his attorney earlier, to Colorado on other business. Prior to the supreme court ac- tion in this case, Pandolfo as head of Universal Securities, Inc had been convicted on another state charge of making misrepre- senata~ons to get a:state lice~e for the firm. A fine of $500 and $250 costs also was imposed in that case. That conviction also was affirm ed by the supreme court in ear lier action. Pandolfo an dseveral other men who had ,been connected with Universal Securities were con- victed later in a federal case of securities law violations and drew prison terms. U AWARDED $246,800 FOR SCIENCE INSTITUT~ The University of North Da- kota has been awarded $246,- 800 to conduct an Academic Year Institute for high school science and mathematics teachers dur- ing the 1961-62 school year, it was announced xecently The University is one of 30 schools in the nation selected l~y son, professor of physics and held at Bismarck High School DODGERS WALK IN WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD--Los Angeles Dodgers chief Walter O'Malley and cowboy actor Gene Autry, head of the new Los Angeles Angels, exchange friendly words in St. Louis, Me after the Angels were ad- mitted to the American League. The arrangement stipulates that the Angels not play any games m i~s Angeles Coli- seum, home of the Dodgers. They will use WrlgP-y Field. Bay Sc.hnell on Educah0n Board tO m0] : to fill an unexpired term on the state board of higher education. The Dickinson rancher and liv~k sales ring operator will serve until June 30, filling the unexpired term of M. S. Byrne of Bowman, who recently resign- ed because of poor health. The state senate must confirm the appointment Governor-elect William L. Guy may either reappoint Schnell to a full seven-year term starting July 1, or he may appoint some- one else, who would also be up for senate confirmation in the 1961 session of the state legisla- ture. The senate will act on the con- firmation of two other Davis ap- pointments to the ,bo~ during the coming session. They are Martin Kruse of Kindred and Ralph Christensen of Minot. Schnell, 67, has been active in North Dakota political circles for many years. He was a mem- ber of the Nonpartisan League until the NFL switched to the Democratic column in 195~. He stayed in the Republican camp. Schnell was elected lieutenant governor in 1950, serving one term. He also has served three terms in the North Dakota house of representatives from Stark county. Other members of the board, which has general supervision over colleges and universities, are Albert Haas-of New Rock- ford, chairman; Fred Orth of Grand Forks, vice chairman; Mrs. Frank Jestrab i of Willlston and Mrs. Vernon Johnson of Wahpe- ton. In a little more than 7 CI IstmoJa U. $. $aving Bond row A Savinp Bond ~t get~ bl0g~'. And the Bo~a~ you ive thk are bett r tlum They earn $~% wlmn held to maturity. That means the gift Bonds you btW Ilow foe $|&~ will be worth $25.00 in tmt 7 yeaz 9 mon Give Bonds to all the children on Your ma$ list--they'll be wh~ lt'~ ~ime for college. Bonds are Meal gifts f~e people planning for retirement. Held to turlty, they'll be worth ~ more than you paid for them. Held ten years longer, thef]l rett~ $1.95 for every dollar you put into them. U. S. Savlngs Bonds are so easy to buy--Jtwt a brief stop a~ this bank and your ~hopptng is done. Your bonds are all ready to hang on the tree or tuck in a Christmas |tockil~. DON Another carload of Illinois heif- ers arriving Dec 7th, and another carload of iIolsteins and Guern- seys arriving Dec,mb,~r 10th. See tl~% *,ariy for top choice. Call Art ~r Walt Sayler. Phone 35S1 or 5373 Wtshek, N. Dak. 24-25 Dllworth, Minn. 18-24 "Singer electric sewing machine In beautiful console cabinet. Pro- Livestock 7 fect sewing condition with attach- ments for making buttonholes, ~ig-zag sewing, over casting and ~'or Sale: PUREBRED HEREFORD fancy stitch designs. Used In this POLLED BULLS AND HEIFERS area less than one year. Balance A. H. Nel ~on Wilton. N. D, ~7 owing of seven payments of six ninety, or will discount for ca~uh. Dairy Cattle: We sell twice as Write Credit Manager, p. O. Box m~{ny cattle during the month of g71, Kenmare. N. Dak. 24-25 l)e.cember than any other month. This is due to milR quota and car- Unwanted tIair Vanished away load of Wisconsin holstein heifers with ~aca-Pclo, Saca-Pelo is dif- comi~tg fresh in ~ week to 30 days. ferent. It does not dissolve or remove hair from the surface, but penetrats and retards growth of :ntwsnted hair. Lor-Beer Lab oLt~, 5, 679 Granville Vancouver ' Mattresses We manufacture new mattresse,~ and boxsprlngs from crib to king size. Also modern re- building one day service. Bismarck mattress C'o. CA 3-7754. 219 S. 3rd st. Wool Old Woolens ~ool Make In'-----~- b to. yarn and batting. Old Wool a~t{ng recaraed. Old Woolens made into batting and blankets. send for price list. Bemidji Wool- en Mills, BemldJl, Minn. 26 Mortuary In southwest Utah. Established in 1946. Brick build- Ing with 2 stpts, upstairs. Ter~s. Kashflnder. Wichita, Kansas. Personal 38 C~kRE FOR U N 1~f A R R I ~"D MOTHERS Florence Crlttenton Home 71l 13th St So. Fargo, Nortl Dakota. Write superinend- ent for Information. All Inqulrles eonfidenttat HELP l~1~R U'N MA. R/tI ED MOTHERs counsel and ~ursln~ care. Write HOUse of'Mercy, 1505 5th Avenue South, Fargo, North Dakota. All Inquiries confidential Business Opportunity 9 loa ant. ess In central Mont. town, speciliz- fag In Wisconsin cheeses and lunch- GONNADO IT--Jimmy Durante, 67, says he's gouna uu ;;. - get married! The intended, girl friend Margie Little. with whom he'a shown in .a Hollywood night club, ta 41. 75-FOOTER--The National Christmas tree goes up in the ellipse in front of the White House. It is a 75-foot Douglas fir, a gift of the people of Oregon to the a.mertcan people. It will have some 8,000 lights and ornaments for opening of the seventh annual Christmas Pageant of Peace Dec. 2P eon supplies. Novelties and small g~?cery stock In addition. ~rhole. ~a{e ano retail trade Gift packages a specialty, I eAh l~cal snd ~il ord. r An opportunity for amb, tious young cOUple wishing to expand business, or retired couple wish- ing small business to supplement retirement Income. t leasant, prof- Itable work. Reasonably Priced. Write us for Particulars. W. F. FIardin, Real Estate Malta Moat Mont. 26 2 & ~V Drive Inn. Net $ifLn00 i~-"~ 5 Months. Best western Minnesota city $22,500, ,12,500 down Write Oorden Bennyhoff, Watertowv Minnesota. 25-27 ~tnd, gravel and ready-mix con- crete plant doing $43,000 Kash~ ~ .I~nsas. Priced with terms, yearly racer. Wichita, Kansas Ser~'lce Station, garage and radia- tor shop doing over $40,000 yeer- ly. Kansas county seat, lew price. Kashfinder, Wichita Kansas, Cit F" ~a shade trees, ~ ~ ~nsa~: l'riced with terms ~n~muer,wichita. Kansas For Sale 8 Y'or Sale - potatoes graded. Irish cobblers $1.50 Norlands $1,75 cwt Lpyna P et.erson. LaMoure, N l~.k none a01:~ " 25-26 For Sale - Cedar and Tamarack posts and poles, Spruce cabin logs and seasoned Rough lumber. Cleven rrec Farms. Grygla, Minnesota 25 l~or Sale: Section 15-2-3-2 exclu~l- ing minerals. This land has ap- proximately 350 acres cultivated lthough more could be broken. g miles north of Northgate. Also 'N-~ and ~W 3-1-6-2 excluding ml!es .west or ta~. These lanes are Open to offers. Contact Toronto General ~'rusts Corporation Regina. Sask, Canada. 25-27 Commercial Feed Mill For Sale: 1959 Barnard . Leas All-pm~<,sc IPoed mill, 2-ton (113 cU ft.) capac- ity, mounted on 196{) FOrd F-7508 chassis. Used only one year guar- anteed like new. 3000 lb. molasses tank, 19" hammermfll ~ll scre, en~ hydraulic controls. Death of owns; leo'COS sales at sac~ lfice price. on~ract Mrs Irvin T. Young, P, ox 74~, Bismarck, N. Dak. 25 550 A A of land with buildings clc~e to town. Lloyd F. Nelson ,New Roekfor.I.N. Dak. Pt~one ~,rf-I 7-2~7F 2fi For Sale: In this area--Like new Pfaff sewing machine complete with buttonholer, ztg-zag, and at- tachments. New guarantee. Party with good references may have for six (6) psyments of $6.72. To see: Write, Sewing Machine Dept K. Box 316, Watertown, So. Dak. 26 Seed And Feed 5 For Sale, !.0.0 bttsl,els ear corn. Carl Cehuh, Hagen, N. Dak. 25-26 North Dakota Newspaper Assn. Bisrnarek, N.D. 1960 25