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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Wash/ngton--"There wLll not be 20 senate votes against Dumbarton Oaks," a high Administration offi- cial states. On the basis of this estimate-- an estimate by one who has inti- mate association with Congress--- Senate ratification of the forthcom- has been firmlly worked out at San Francisco. The ant/cipated lineup with one present vacancy in the Sermte, is as follows:. SerVers For RattfleaUo~ Democrats (48) ing United Nations charter is cer- Andrews, Fla.; Bailey, N. C.; rain, and the United States, which Bankhead, Ala,; Barkley, Ky.; Bil- remained aloof from World Peacebe, Miss.; Briggs, Me.: Byrd, Vs,; I, is ready to become a full partial- Chandler, Ky.; Chavez, N. M.; Con- pant in World Peace II. Rally, Texas; Downey, Calif.; East- Two conditions should probably land, Miss.; Ellender, La; FUl- be attached to this com'ident fore- bright, Ark.; George, Ga.; Glass, cast. Va.; Green, R. I.; Guffey, Pa.; Hatch, N. M.; Hayden, Ariz.; Hill, One is that no grave difficulties Ala.; Hoey, N. C.; Johnston, S. Ci; develop at San Francisco to cause K/]gare, W. Va.; Lucas, t/L; McCle- division among the United Nations. lan, Ark.; McFarland, Ariz.; Ma- d The other is that the American Kellar, Tenn.; MeMahon, Conn.; ~ elegation avoid making any se- Magnuson~ Wash.; Maybank, S. C.; rious politicsI blunders during the Mead, N. Y.; Mitchell. Wash.; Mur- eo~s: of the conference itself, dock, Utah; Murray, Mont; Myers, outlook is reasonably secure Pa.; O'Mahoney, Wyo.; Overton, on both points. La.; Pepper, Fla.; Radcliffe, Md.; The kind of meeting which Ed- Russell, Gs~; Schugham. ~ev.; Ste- Ward R. Stettinius, Secretary of State, had with all of the Ameri- can delegates to San Francisco here March 13 is one of the reasons why these difficulties and disputes are not likely to develop. This first session of the United h~atea delegation was devoted to wart, TeRm; Taylor, Idaho; Thomas, Utah; Thomas, Okla.; Tunnell, Des.; Wagner, N. Y. ~bUeans {Zl) Aiken, VL; Austin, Yr.; Ball, Manta; Brewster, Maine; Bridges, IV. H.; Buck, De.L; Burton. Ohio; Car- ~rJed from the discussions to- Y ~ suggest the American dele- Katcs are divided on any major U~ne damental, and there appears lit- likelihood that this basic unity be broken~ A large area of agreement already reached by the delegation is an added auguy of the fair weather Which, ~en it comes to the final voting'at least, is expected to pre- Vail wher~ the Senate takes up the charter itself some time next sum- Rle~, establishing two points: don, Ore.; Donnell, Mo.; Fergu~n, 1, Each member of the delegation, Mich.; Young, N. D.; Gurney, S. D.; as Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg Hawkes, IV. J.; Hickenleol~r, Iowa. (R) of Michigan ~ecically request- Morse, Ore.; Saltonstall, Mass.; ~ shall maintain his own freedom Smith, N. J.; Tobey, N. H.; Vanden- vri action, and, as i~ his own case, berg, Mich.; White, Maine; Wilson, II be subsequ~tly free to ques- tion and criticize the wisdom of Iowa, ~ Rafl~ca~ ~trticular aslm~ts in the chart~, R~~ (I0) ther on the floor of theSenate or Breaks, IlL; Bushfleid, S. D.; u~ other public discussion. It was Johnson, Calif.; La Follette, was.; made doubly~ clear March 13 that Moore, Okla-; Reed, Kan.; Taft, acceptance of the President's ep: Ohio; Thomas, ldaho; Willis, In&; Pointrnent to the delegation does Wiley, W~il~m~~ (4) r~t restrict this freedom of action. 2. Unified Del~a~lon Jolm.~m, Colo.; McCarran, NET.; ' Within this framework of in. O'Daniel, Texas; Wheeler, Mont. alVldual freedom of aeUon--an in. ~deP~dence to criticize may never D~fal ave to be exercised oa any vital~ (9) every effort is being made to Butler, Neb.; Capper, Kan.; CRepe- develops a unified delegation posi- hart, In&; LaRger, N. D.; Wherry, ~a on the main aspects of the Neb.; ~ Colo.; Ravercomb, which will be satisfactory Robertso Wyo.; Shipatead, ~o all eight members---Republiearm a~d Democrats alike. Da~eva~ (3) There was no evidence which Gerry, R. L; Waish, Mass.; Tyd- ins, Md. ' The fact that the anticharter ir- reconcillables of World Peace IL partly as a result of the national election of last fall, represent the fringe of both parties--rather than the center of both parties as they did in 1919---suggests that the tac- tics which they employed to de- feat the League Covenant will not be successful again. Added considerations which ~r- engthen the prospects of the char- OLD GLORY FLIES ON SAAR BASTION NORTH DAKOTA'S GREATEST BUYING THEY GET RESULTS SEWNG RATES: 8c per word--no ad less than $1.00 6c word each additional issue Semi or Bring Your Want Ads to the Publisher of this Paper, or Send Dlre~ to NORTH DAKOTA NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION B/smarek. North Deke~ WANTED TO BUY WANTED: Sheet metal shop tools. Give prie#, make, first letter. Box 127 Rolls, No~th Dakota. 30-31 Do You Own a Feather Bed? 8end ua you now and used duck feathers. Cash S~ sa and promptly. MINNEAPOL.I~ BEDDING CO. Minneapolis BABY CHICKS BABY CHICKS. BUY FAMOUS KBLUE RIBBON CHICKS, NOWl now your poultry! Write for the TXE STARS AND STRIPES appear over the historle fortress city ~ free 1945 Blue Ribbon "Famous 12" Bi~he, the guns of his buddies cover CapL Tom Graham, of Brooklyn, Buying Guide. Check your best N. Y. who went in with the first U. ~. 7th Army troo~ to enter this Imbrue chick buy this war year. BLUE portant Sam" city. Thi~ old Fr~uch town withstood a~ault in the ~ BIBBON CHICKS are from Nm'th Pru~laa war and was liberated after ~ up the Yank advance ~ Dakota U. ~ approved, Pull. some months. Signal ~ Radiophoto. (Inte~t~ 5ou~photo) orum tested, pure bred flocks Book your order today, Write BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY, Man. TT FSJ T% ls ~8 [ dent Roosevelt for a Fourth Term,dan, Bismarck and MlnaL U II "ll llt I N/ q fare the prote . : ' v v t democrat. ~LU l ~ GG ,[~J, JUL[LUJ~ to furnish you with any or a~, ~ SWEET CLOVER, Bromus, Timothy the following imblications upon re- Meadow Fescue, and Pasture Mix. (By Co~t~ Charles R. Robertson) cei~it of you~.reque~t by postal card tm-e~ Early maturing hybrid and or ~-~tter gWir~ the name or ntm~ common Seed Corn. New dlsemm, A Om was passoa oy me ~touNon bet of the publication desired, to- resisting varieties---Victory, Royal, March 8th authorizing an increase gt, ther with your full name and ad. Renew, and Walsh Flax; "L" and in our National debt to three hun- dre~ Tregal Barley; Vicland Oats. Field dred billion doliar~. On the basis Home Canning of Fruits and Ve- Peas, early Soy Beans, Millets, and of the President's budget estimated ge~bles--A.W'I-9~, forage crop~ Free samples. NGrmun Alfalfa Association, Fargo, for the next ~scal year. your per - nome-rnaae Jelltes, Jams, and . D. 500 Cooperating Grower~ 26-30 capita share of the national debt ~reserves--F~ am~. will be $2,118 on June 3'3, 1946. Meat for Tl~rifly Meals.-l~Blg0~. SEED GRAIN: VI-----'-~-~~ In reporting the new debt limit oats, from certified seed, kin rut bill to Congre~,the Republican 85c per bushel Plush barley and Wisconsin 38, bin run $1A0. grain is free from wild o~ts, Hart- ley Stock Farm, Page, N.D. 27o31 members of the House Committee o~ Ways and Means, in Minority Views" stated: "When the New Deal regime took over in 1933, the National debt was 20.9 billions. By a succession of increases the debt limit was raised from 45 billion in 1935 to 65 billion before our e.n. trance into the war in December, 1941. During the same period AN- Ice Cream Frozen Without Stir- ring--Leafl~t 49. Victory Gardens--Misc. Pub. 483. Prenatal Care--Children's Bureau, No. 4. The Child From One to Six-- Children's Bureau. No. 30. Infant Care--Children's Bureau, No. 8. Next week I will give you an an alysis of the Commodity Credit Corporatic~ bilL Arnold Back on Job I~OVH~ from his recent illness, General of the Army H. IL Arnold, commanding general of the U. S. Army Air Forces, is shown in Mi- ami, FI~ as he set out to meet Lt. Gen. George Kenny, Far Emr~m Air Chief, on the latter's return to this country. ~lnternattomzl) NUAL Government spending in- ter are that the United Nations or- Sen~e analysis of the probable ganization is being brought into be- creased from 3.8 biMons to about Rate vote which has been fta"~-ing while the war ~s continuing 13 biMons'**we vote to increase niahed to this correspondent rests and that, unlike Woodrow Wilson,the debt reluctantly because we are r~ t~r~ ~ R two sources of judgment. President Roosevelt is making Con- unable to prevent the continued :m~ is the past voting record of gress a full participant in the de- shameful waste by the admh'dstra- .~'~.Y of the senators on foreign, liberations and is givng both par- tion in public spending. ] ~airs, and the other is the more] ties equal representation. Speaking of Government spend-I .recent evidence of their current l~I r- ing, a general accounting office re:-J litica! thinking-either a personal~ port reveals there are ~ 55 govern-I ~sition changed because events!BUt0 cal ment corporations with 69"/ officesI pove appeared to demand a revised throughout the country, and 67,900I ,~cY or a personal p siti n changIO-= ~ne El .d employees; assets cf $20,400,000000, and liabilities of $16,300,000,000," a] ~,~ oecause the political winds have! ,Line-up J~'oree~t At Fort Buford ,the headquartersand have assumed obligations that[ are guaranteed by *.he GovernmentI .~o forecast of a Senate line-up building, the powder magazine and totaling $12,600,000,300. J ca~ be infallible and this forecast ~uot safely be taken by sup- the property upon which they stand will be added to the historical site Did you know that of the 96 U. r~ers of full-bodied American S. senators now in office, o~ly 22I sParticipation in the peace as as- if a bill introduced into the house of representatives March 22 by were members of the senate before~ Mr. Roosevelt became president,[ urar~ce that they have no more Rep. Charles Robertson, (R-ND), isand that of the 435 members of the~ Political work to do. But it does passed. Russell Reid, Bismarck cur- COme from an elected ,political House now in office, only 97 were | Cadet who has a realistic and in- atar of the historical society, states that this additianal property lies members of the house before Reose- armed knowledge of Washington velt's first term. In other words, 74 J I~olitics and undoubtedly reflects adjacent to the cemetery site and trader's store which are now owned senators and 338 house members me way the Administration hopes by the state historical society, never served in congress under any and expects the Senate will re- other president. It would be rater- Death Preferable To Prison Life Miss Judith Skogerboe, one of 13 Lutheran missionaries freed from Santo Tomas prison in Manila, re- lates some of the conditions which prevailed in the Jap prison camp in letters to her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Grinde of Mayville, ~. D. Miss Skogerboe, a former teacher in Bismarck junior high school, was studying at the Chinese language school in Baguto when the Japs in- vaded the islands. She is the dau- ghter of Rev. and ~ A. N. Sko- gerboe of Erskine, Minn. "God has moved in many marve- lous ways to preserve us here, es- pecially cktring the last few weeks," Miss Skogerboe wrote to her grandmother, "We know all your praye~ have been, with us and have been responsible for snatching us out of one danger after another." "Our camp is quite well, but the military prisoners next door are a sight I wish I could forget. The liv- ing death of some is even more pa- thetic than the row on row of crosses, some dated as late as Feb. 2, for whom relief came too late. People 'here axe beginning to crack up too. We just thank and praise God for deliverance. Hope to see yOU soon." JAPS ~TART YOUNG HITLER esting to know what percentage of] the men in the armed fo~es have J any distinct recollectio~ of anyI othe president I A most striking example of theI inconsistencies of political action IsI the fact that those groups most in-[ strumemtal in the election of P~.St- FARM EQUIPMENT TWO McCORMICK DEERING I0- 20 tractors-rebuilt and in first class condition, sold with full writ. ten guarantee; one McCormick Beefing 10-20 tractor in good run. ning condition on steel two Mc- Cormlek Beefing F-12 tractors-re. huilt; one 22-36 McCormick Deer. ing tractor on steel first class con. dition completely rebuilt last fall; one Huber 28x46 steel thresher in good condition; one Northwest Special 28-6 DD disc grain drill-- steel wheels good condition; two Perfection Miikmaster milkers with single units--new. I. E. Lillegard, Wahpeton, North Dakota. 30 FARM LANDS FOR SALE FOR SALE: Well improved 400 acres on highway 10, near James- tov~n, Good soil, good water. mile from town, reason selling, too old, no help, write owner Wil- liam McCann, 517 6th Street, Bis- marck, North Dakota. 30if HELP WANTED OPENINGS FOR CASHIERS, meat- cutters, clerks, grocery managers in Montana and Wyoming. The as- surance of security you want for after the war. Must have highest references. Send full details and snapshot first letter. Sawyer Stores Inc General Offices, Billings, Mon- tana. 30-31 LAND REFORM The United Press in a dispatch from Bucharest says the govern- ment has received a proposal to confiscate for redistribution all land holdings of more thar~ two and a half acres. Excepted are holdings of churches, hospitals, schools and the royal family. Government sources say the proposal will be ac- cepted. TEAC~'S EXAMMqATION8 The teacher's examinations this year will be held April 26 and 27 and will cover all standard Sub- jecta. Applicants must be at least 18 years old when the examination is taken. All persona expecting to take the examinations this year should notify the county superin- tendent~s offlce by April II. MILD NON, SURGICAL TREATMENT. Fistula, Fissure and ether reo~l diseases, except cancer, treated su cessfuily, , ,= William M; Schantz Certified PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT TAX CONSULTANT 423 Breadw~y Bismarck, North Dakota Telephone ~ Reside~ee raining ia bayonet charges" has beer inaugurated for JaPanese children in an elemeRtary school i~ Yamagata prefecture, the Tokyo Radio disclosed yesterday in a do- mestic broadcast recorded by the FCC. GERMAN TOWNFOLK Ceive the charter for the United ~aations world organization after it A Liberator Dies HIT OVER GEI~ANY while attack- ing the railway marshalling yards ~toM ,unster with the U. S. 8th Air rees 2nd Division, a crippled B-24 Liberator heads earthward In flames. This is a U. S. Signal Corps ~l~to. (International Soundphoto) IN OPEN DEAANCE to Hitler's orders that they withdraw from thei~ homes and from ~he city to aid the Webrmacht, townfolk in the little city of Enshein, Germany, line up at windows and in the streets as the U. S. ~th Army troops approached. Here the Yanks are shown rounding them up for temporary evacuation, Signal Corps Radiophoto. (International) A taut clothline within easy reach saves much stretcl~ in hanging up clothes. Six feet is the best height for the average woman. HELP WANTEIN--]PMMALE WANTEX): Woman for general housework on modern farm $60 month. Mrs. C. J. McKinnon, Ma- pleton, N.D. 29-30 WOMEN WANTED Everywhere Take orders for America's flines~ pop, price dresses. Sizea 9 to 40 in- cluding half sizes. Spring line ready for immediate delivery. F~rn $5.00 per day part time. Write Maisonette Frocks. 2829 Park Ave. Minneapolis 7, Minn. 16-451 WORK WANTED W coupg, wants work on farm, shares or ~ages. Arnold Plienis, Wilton~ SC N OUS FOR 8A E i-usm T,R $ AN. TUnS | I 600xlS Used Tire. 14,45 & $t.41~/ J 650x16 Used Tire 5.~6 & 8,0|| I 550xlS Used Tire S.95 & 5.~ J J P~ellners Pa~nger Ti~ $2.~5 ~ | i ueg T~ ~L~ ~ / i / r ~aae to t>r~er. State ~se $ up I / aoe O.D. I G sT O.NSON T E 0o. J i ,'~ NO. 31~ St ' Miarmepolisl, Mlnn, l FOIl -- BULLS, BU a the ged Angus bulls at Oak Ranch ~exore you buy. John Daw- son & So~, Mahdaa PURE BRED POLLdgD bulls. A. E. Nelson, Wilton, N. D. 13tL Livestock and Production Loons at % o Year are made to farmers by Mandon Production Cmdlt Association MANDAN, N. D. I~'aneh ofl~ees in Abbemen B~g. Die~ ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS. Pure. bred and registered. Best type and breeding. Prices from $150.00. BeT- shire Boars, sired by the Breed's leading sires. Hartley Stock Farm, Page, N. Dak. RUS~rESS OPPORTUNrI~ FOR SALE: High C2ass. paying Beer Parlor, live city 2,000 popu- lation. Owner retiring. Box 526 Lisbon, N.D. 30 INVEST $2,000.00, insure yearly in- come $7,000.00. Why trudge along on small earnings, when you can acquire pleasant established lunch, Confectionery Beer business located small town for any $4,000.00? Half cash, balance easy terms. Grinde. New Rockford, N. D. FOR SALE: Store building; stock nd fixtures. Large bualne~ vol- ume of general merehanditm, goods, groceries, shoes and hard- ware. Bank exchange and CTeam- ery ia good trade territory. Write for information. Box 90 Bismarck. 2~f . TRADE SCHOOL8 LEARN AUCTIONEERING term ,Austin, Minn. 12.3~ MONUMENTS MARK EVERy GRAVE, Have I$ well done at lowest cost ~rrlt~ for Price list LaRue and SchreAn~, Bismarck~ 2if, North Dakota Newspape, Assocl~tio~ Bismarck, N. 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