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PAGE EIGHT L-- THE BILLINGS COUHTY PIONEER A Continuation of "THE BADLANDS COWBOY" Established in 1883 ]L R. JOHNSON, MSm~ W. W, MALKOWSKIo Mamager ALICE L. LEBO, Managing Editor Entered 'in the Post Office at Meal or a, Billings County, Nf~rth Dakota, Feno rua;T 15, 1934, as secona class matter trader the Actor March 3, '1ff/9. Official Newspaper of the.County of Billings, State of North Dakota. Published every Thursday. at Medora, Billings Count~;, North Dakota. S~ripflon: $I,50 per T~ in advm~e TWENTY-FIVE YEAR8 &OO Billings County Pioneer April 9, 1945 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson of Mandan arrived in Medora Thttrs- day and enjoyed an Faster visit at the home' of his sister, Mrs, C. F. Will. Paul LCho and W. R. Tester went to Sentinel Butte Monday evening to help furnish music for the dance at that place. H. H. Fltzsimmons of Pry~urg was in Medora a couple of days last week. Mrs. H. G. Kinmexk ~ent to Dickinson Saturday afternoon and remained until Sunday evening vis- iting relatives. I Tetly and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tetiy were in Dickinson between trains Monday. Those going from here to SeBt- inel Butte Monday night to at- tend the dance were. The Misses Pearl Gray, June I~wso~ OeorgiA Johnston and Geraldine William on and the Messrs. W. R. Tester. Detmer Peterson, Jack and Vic Neuens, Wm. Lawson, P/met ~qes- bit and Paul Van Doren. Several friends of ~[rs. ~. R- Brewster walked in on her ~ ~veek ago Sunday to help her celebrate her birthday anninversary. It w~ a very enjoyable affair and the guests departed wishing her many hapDy returns of the day. G. E. Burgess had about 100 head of cattle shipped to Medora from his farm at Thurlow. Mont and will be taken to the Hal Corkery ranch North of here where they will be taken care of. Mrs. ~Ienry Lehman of Sentinel Butte, was an over Sunday guest of her sister, Mrs. Win. ~ozell. County Board Special MeetJ The Board of County Oo~nis- sloners met in special session Wed- nesday with Acting State's A~or- - : -::--- - hey" H. A. Mackoff, at which ad- Justment of the claim of Billings County against the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation involving payment of guaranteed deposit due (Billings C~unty was taken under consideration. No determination o~ the question had been arrived at when the news for the week was closed. A further report will ,be given next week. Scho otes Teachers' examinations will be given at the Court House ~tt Me dora for First and ~eoond ~e- mentary Certificates April Xth and 27th. All pemons over ei~teen years of age are eUgible. Wc are taking an inv~tory of all sohool equipment 1~ text books, this year and hOPe to be able to select a ,better stq~ly of books for next year and only where needed. It is surprising h~ f~w schools have up to date material, Consult the ~ be- fore purchasing material for y0ur schoois. A copy of the Ne~ ~ (School) have been mailed to all School Clerks, read them over ekrefully. A discussion of these laws as aP- plied to Billings County wiil be taken up at our Annual Meeting. School Boards: Hire your teach- ers as soon as possible, and be~ sure that they are properly cer- tificated. Insert in contracts they they are to be qualified by the time their first salary Is due. I must say that most of the schools I have visited this fall are badl~ in need of repair. Remit "an unkept building is not a sign of. thrift, but on the contrary the op- posite. Inspect your buildings and if it is in need of palnt~ @lYe it a coat, if the door needs rep~ do so immediately, ~t only takes but a minute, but if left may be a whole new door. School ~o. 2 Gotham Distrlet ~,Io. 7. taught by Rose ~mink. has ~ cicsed; the pup~ of the Junior Cross sent in five ~M~ fine ~crap ,B~ks. Congratt~Uom; pupils and trhank you! Teachers: Before your ~c~mlb close be sure that you infonm y0ttr Seventh and Eighth Oraders Where they are to write their final ~- aminations, that is If Four sc2io~ will,~ be closed at the time. The examination dates are May and 31st. ANN M. BBOWN, Co. eapt, FOR SALE --~-~ Deering tractor on good rubber; 4~bottom p~ow and ~r; 9-~; duc~foot and 10-ft, ~- Deerlng drill. John Brtm~ Bea~ rile BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Prominent Slope Area Resident Dies The entire Missouri Slope was grieved to learn of the death of The Week Around Medora Louie Pelissier was in town Mort-[ The County Council of the Home- day enroute to Belfleld where he makers held a meeting at the W. was called by the illness of his F. Sylvester home Thursday of last mother, Mrs. Kate Pelissier. Latest week. All members from jVledora one of its most prominent citizens, reports are that she was suffering were present as were Mrs. John W. R. Everett Of Dickinson, who from a heart attack but is im- Gawryluk and Mrs. H. H. Hafstrom passed away at ~e Dickinson hos- proved, from outside clubs. A potluck din- pltal on Friday of last week, after John Spaulding, representative for her was served at noon and the an extended illness, the Mandan Production Credit As- meeting continued during the aft- (Burial wg~s made last Monday sociatlon, was a business caller in croon. The meeting was held under from the Congregational Church in this district Tuesday, and reported the direction of Mrs. Erickson of Dickinson, with services held by roads improved so that he was able the Agricultural College. Rev. J. E. McClain. to make part of his territory. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Osterhout (Bill, as .he was commonly known, Dr. A. P. Nachtwey made a pro- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. was well and favorably known as feselonal call here Monday evening Stone at Beach last Sunday. Our competent and courteous a man who always had his shoulder when he was called to attend N. s~l~eph ne~p~rat r' at the wheel in any activity which D. Nichols ~zho was taken suddenly Molly Anderson, tended to be of value to this corn- ill that evening. ~r. Nichols is opped Dickinson Tuesday of munlty. somewhat improved at this writing, this week. Ethel (Boyd officiated at We Join a host of friends in but his condition is still critical, the switchboard during her absence. extending our heartfelt sympathy Charley Barrow, who has beenI to the members of his family,holding down the post of N. P.~ -- Agen~ at Medora, has been trans-[ ~P n A / l,ferred to second trick at Dick-1 FIe. 1/. anoerson inson, and his place is being, ] @Aled here by Miss Wlnifred Schultz. t v:o;,~ C;h, IWe have three members of thei Vl~lLO ~Jl~Jtmcg X~La~ fair sex filling, the three tricks [at our depot, all giving the best Pfc. Richard (Bud) Anderson m j of service on First, ~gnthusiastic Welcome on Pvt. J~m Krushevskv who is Record~ Germany. I stationed in Fresno, Calf arrived Although the American Armies in Medora on [ NO. 4 Tuesday for have been given strict orders not toJ a .furlough. HIS father, Fred Krush- fraternize with the German popu-. J evsky, was in town at thetime and lation, no one seems to have ~old ~ j uum par~z~ wereagreeably sur- the people of one uermany Cl~y pr d t,~ ~,~ot ,~o,~, ,t~ ~,o,~ v~at to do. As a result they greet- [ D L Ray was in from his ranch ~! a patrol of the 359th InfantrY]Monday and was called tmon to Intelligence and ~ec nnalssance]drive to the Pelissier ranch to platoon in a manner reminiscent]convey the news of Mrs. Kate of days long gone by and in an Pelissier' "] s illness to her son, Louie. other land. . r n sI Selectees going to Fort Shelling They crowuen a ou o me jeel~ ]for induction into the Armed Forces enthusiastically attempting to fling . . J Tuesdaymorning were Charles the boys' nanus and brought them Lu tak I P who took No. 2 out of wine and 'schnapps". 'rney ~oldlhere, and Mark D. Worcester who the soldiers, excitedly, that they entrained c were glad to see the Americans. An[ Mr antt~sa. hEverett Roberts old man exclaimed, in .English I were "sh " . I opping and visiting relatives ~now Amer,ca ~ llVed in ~rcoz-lin town Monday. lyn, 15 years. You're too slow, tooI Mr and Mrs Leon ~ellickson an- long ! You should have come here noun" h " a . I ce t e birth to them of boy " n sooner. ~ergea t Edgar F. Scnneid- t at St Joseph's Hosnltal in Dick- enhelm Mendota Illinois, was ap " - - r , . . "l in, on, Friday of last week. Mothe ,p, roaoned by a man oressed in. what land child are doing very well. Scheidey described as merchantI W J Ray attended the cattle an -- '" n " " - seen1 clo~es a a SalU, seriously a n a n ur . . . /s le at Dickinson Mo d y a d p - ann quietly m good English wi~h/chased a truck load of cattle. He only a slight accent, ~I've traveledlstarted to haul them home in his the world and have been waiting r r dow n ,/t uck, but b oke n a d spent for Fou to come for I0 years.' ~ most of the night trying to make Others in the patrol lncluded,]repairs" Failing to get his truck Technical Sergeant Walter T.Davis, tto run, he was towed tn by John Oleburne, Texas, Corporal Fierre! Taylor. Bernard, Indiana~olis, Indiana and Elmer ROberts, Clara Roberts and Pfc. PAchard Anderson, Medora, Marie Roberts were in town for We learn that Mrs. Kate Pelissier is now at the Bill Retzlaff home in Dickinson, recovering from her re- cent illness. An informal party ,was held at the Chi Otto ranch home last Saturday night. We hear that the main attraction was a boat ride by some of the guests, 'but we will withhold details under release by the implicated parties. Cleve Thompson, who has been confined to the hospital at Beach for some time, has returned home, little improved in health. We trust he will rapidly improve Mr. and Mrs. ~I Corkery, Mrs. Jack Corkery and Harry Gardner of Dickinson visited friends in Me- dora Tuesday evening. Mrs. Robert Stoebe left for the east .for a visit with her husband, last week. Her destination aml duration of visit we do not know. ~teleased from isolation due to bad roads, our little town was visited by the following ranchers Tuesday: Theodore Becker, George Carr,-and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Meschke. ' ~oad building equipment has ~tarted work on ~he road from Medora north. On Tuesday they got as far as Schramm hill which is in bad condition and will re- quire considerable work. The Soil Conservation Service is furnishing the machinery and Gene Gunkel and W. W. Sylvester are manipulat- ing the throttles. Richard Moore and D. L. transacted business and shook hands with friends in Medora last Mon- day. North Dakota, Orvill~ T. ~erge, Fargo, North Dakota, Oliman Dunn, ~Mtl~ord, Maine, Charles M. Kueic, Ohlcago, Illinois, Steve A. Langone, Washington, D. C Dave Porter, Boonev~lle, Arkansas ~nd Tony Riv- ers, Denver, Colorado. All are f r o m Regimental Headquarters The War Food A~ntnistration has recommended the slaughter of the first time in many weeks, last 35,000,000 cattle in 1945, an In- Monday, shopging and restocking crease over *,2~e 33,900,000 flgtu'e the pantry shelves. Eimer reports of 1944, to take care of increased earning $5.00 by bagging a coyote military and civilian demand. for which he claimed the bounty in ~ that sum under the new bounty 14~WS. Mr. and Mrs. D. I~ Short drove There's a Thrill Cp1. Obrigewitch With Cited Group Now In Po Valley I o. Coroner's Inquest 2.10 George Irion. Witness -- Coroner's Inquest 2.10 Clarence T. Crawford. Wit- ness -- Coroner's Inquest 2.10 Paul W. Lebo. Expense Cor- oner's Inquest $.~0 Dr. A. P. Nachtwey, Post Mortem Examination 25.00 5.00 Thalia A. Harding, Taking & Transcribing Testimony M e d o r a Telephone Co According to advice from the March Phone bill 14.29 War Department, the 752nd Tank Medora "Twp. Light Plant Battalion of which Corporal Philip Light Bill - - March 5~ Board approved application of Win- Obrigewitch, of Belfleld, is a mere- cent Volesky for Abatement and her, has been awarded a unit refund of Personal Property Taxes. Board appointed John P. Stuss, citation for glorious results in ac- Assessor of the Second Commission- tion against the enemy in Italy, er's District. killing 1400 Germans, capturing 484 12:00 Board adjourned. 1:00 Board met with all m~o others, knocking out 11 tanks and bers present. disabling 3 others, and destroying H.J. Dittus met with the Board. A. J. Anderson handed in his r~. gl pillboxes, 41 vehicles and 64 signation as Sheriff of Billings guns. County. Action on same was post- poned. This tank outfit is now in the 5.00 P M. Board adjournea. Apennine Mountains 'before the Po April 4th 1945. 9:00 A. M. Valley, and has been in the front en~. ard met with all members pres~ line of the Fifth Army about 300 Board went over to Land Utilize- days since its indoctrination in tion Office to talk over mat~l~ pertaining to roads. battle near Fondi, Italy, lest spring. 1 Medora Township Board met with The unit has expended 55,000rounds the Board relative to roads in Me- dora Township. o en d blds of ammunition in combat, including l 11:00 A. M. BOard p e 105-millimeter, 76 millimeter and 75 for printing and office supplies. In checking over bids made by the millimeter shells. I Globe-Gazette Printing Co Knight Corporal Ob~igewitch was a tank iPrinting Co and the Bismarck gunner in the unit, and the splendid]Tribune' it was found that the Globe-Gazette Prin~ing Co was low- record made by the battalion re= [er in every item and was awarded fleets the courage and ability of[the contract. North Dakota boys to perform their[in Board the amount passed of Welfare $143.44. Board Bills duties in such a manner as to [ Board authorized and instructed County Treasurer to satisfy Seed merit recognition such as thst I Lien on the NE~ and the SE~ rendered and for which they were]of Section 8-144-98. decorated.]I 12:00 Board adjourned. 1:00 P. M. Board met with all Corporal Obrigewiteh, son of I members present. Mr. and Mrs. Anto n Obrigewitch,I M. O. ResolutionMalk wski andintr duCedmoved theits Belfleld, has .been in the Service lfoil wing adoption, same being seconded by since July, 1942. J wm. Riskevich: RESOLVED that the County of I Billings, State of North Dakota, ;-::= --:==-==:-==:=~ carry on proceedingsunder See- [ COMMISSIONF Si .oo =. oo o o, ) Dakota of 1913, as amended, to sell by sealed bids at 2:00 o'clock P. M. on Tuesday, April ~Ath 1945, certain real property acquired by [ PRO( F ING ~ the County by purchase, and de- scribed as follows: All of Block 11 in the Town j : : : : : : : : - of Medora, consisting of Real- ing and frame cabirm. (Resi- dence on property just west of 10:00 A. M. Meeting called to ] garage not included.) order by A. E. Boicourt, Chair-1 And the County Auditor is hereby man. Roll call showed M. O. Malkowskl, Iauth rized l and directed to conduct the sale and to publish notice Wm. Riskevich and A. E. Boicourt] thereof in the. Billings County present. " [ Pioneer, theofficial newspaper of Minutes of the last meeting were l said County, as by law required read and approved, l in such cases. Board reserves the Minuter o the last meeting sign-I right to reject any or all blds. ed by Chairman of the Board andI The foregoing Resolution being attested by the County Auditor. put to vote, all members voted Board passed the following bills: "aye" and same was declared car- John Taylor, Coal & haul- ried. ing ashes 36.00 Board passed the following bills: Peter J. Hlebichuk, Labor M. O. Malkowski, Services on road 16.50 & Mileage 24.00 Andrew Symionow, Labor, Wm. Riskevlch, Services & on road 4.2~ Mileage 23.00 Nick Tkachenko, Labor on A. E. Boicourt, Services 12.00 road = 15.30 5:00 P. M. Board adjourned to Mike Haverluk, Labor on meet Wednesday, April 11th 1945. road 18,00 Signed: George Pasicznyk, Labor on road 12.50 John KansPA. Labor on road 18.00 State Bonding Fund, Pre- mium on Bond 50.00 Medora Twp. Light Plant, Light bill - Feb 4.83 Knight Printing Co Office Supplies 21.82 Globe-Gazette Printing Co Office Supplies 18.38 Tractor & Equipment Co Axle for Patrol 96.00 Billings Co. Pioneer, Pub- lications 31.05 A. E. BOICOURT, Chairman Attest: J. F. TESTER, Auditor NOTICE OF SALE COUNTY PROPERTY Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of action taken by the Board of county Commisioners of Billings County, North Dakota, at their regular meeting on the 4th day of Company. Langone was sitting in a jeep, covering others of his comrades, While in the town. ~le turned around and stared right in the face of a man in what looked like a Wehrmacht uniform. Recovering from his surprise, he quickly point- ed his gun at the fellow who be- came very excited and voluble--in Germany. The worried gent turned ol:t to be a town policeman. Former Resident Of C u ty Die o n s The sad news of the death of Math Lorge, former Billings County resident, but recently living in Amidon, .following a very short ill- ness, was received Tuesday. Funeral services were held at Bowman. on Thursday of this week. The Pioneer extends sympathy to the beroaver members of deceased~ fmmfly. Wm. Klym, Ph. M. l-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Klym, Ger- ham, Is spending his furlough at the home of his parents. Robert Hecker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hecker, formerly of $~airfleld, now of Spanaway, Wash is visiting at the home of his brother, Mike L. Hecker, and family and other relatives here. Bobbie has enlisted in the Coast Guard and will en, ter the service soon. Pvt. Bill Stuss is spending his fulough here With his wife and other relatives. Private Stuss was wounded, while in the European area and has been in a hospital in Chicago, where he will return this week for further treatment. Matt Dutka returned from ~Bls- merck Friday. Mr. Dutka recently undemvent a major operation at a Blmnarck hospital. We wish him a complete recovery very soon. Mr. a~d Mrs. John H~g, Fair- field, were ~elfleld shoppers on Saturday. Miss Inez Rt~t arrived last week from ~tRings, Mont and is visiting her sister, Miss Harriet RUf and ~riends in and around Belfield. Among the Saturday visitors and shoppers in our city were noticed, Waiter and Alfred 8chwart~ and ramies, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Thomp~n, Bud G'Iouse and family and Leslie and Henry Fritz. Geo. Klym and son, Mltro, Gor- ham, were Belfleld visltors on ~on- day son Walter P~er Yourk and, Fairfield, were seen on our streets on Saturday. April, 1945, under authority of Sec- in from the ranch on their way Jn Bringing a N.D. Public Welfare Board tion 3274, Compiled Laws of North to Dickinson last Monday. Don Crook to Justice Aid to Dependent Chil- Dakota, of the year 1913, as amend- j dren 131.50 .ed, Billings County will sell, on returned home, hut Mrs. Short re- |~l~OUg~ ~ leNtlr N. D. Public Welfare Board April 24th 1945, at 2:00 o'clock, mained in Dlckin~son for a visit Old Age Assistance 40.66 P. M. to the highest responsible Sld ,Murray, who is driving truck ~H I M Wm. W. Kunkel, Travel Ex- bidder, for cash, or for one-fourth pense 9.44 cash and the oamnce on terms sat- for the Northwest Freght Lines, l~t~=r~ 1-|flt~ Kessel Bros Gravel Scoop 305.86 isfactory to the Board, the follow. spent last Sunday with his ~arnily iss'J-mkvai |vs'~ j% j. Eaton, Coroner's ing Real Property to wit: ! ~w t~t ~ ~ m~ .~ wom~ t~'- ~e t .s#uror 3 10 All of Block Ii in the Town at Medora. ~m~ ~s t ~o~o~. L,t m, ~,~ ~o~. ~. - r A ' " ~ro~ ~'~ t~. ~ ~ ~ I, ,~:r ,l*~r~ urn* R~uhraoZrd nderson, Coroners of Medora, consisting of Real ~. ~;~ ~.~ ,t~: t a.~ t~.! ,y~ - -- - -= 2.10 Estate, Tile-stuccd~ Garage Build- ~]Mf. and Mrs. Oscar Juntnen of urn, n* ,t .~ ~ ~m~ w ~, ~m ~v* ao Jonn taylor, ~oroner's Juror 2.10 lug and frame cabins. (Residence ~elfield visited at the Art Boyd ~o~ to~ ~ ~ ~ W. F. Sylvester, Witness -- on property just west of garage home in Medora last Sunday. 63% of All Amlrlcan J~ not included) The Senior (Bridge Club met wi~ |de~@~lfl~Ofl ~ur@~us ~ SUBSCRIBE TO THE PIONEER c Bids must. be accompanied, by Mrs. J, C. Rasmussen last Saturday. I Emp|o ,tuden~ or d~,es of t x S ~ e~rzmeu Cheek In the amount oz 5% of bzd Emma Lawson won high prize, ~a ~y If ~ ~,~.~,~ v~.J~, ~,~o,-o~ - - - - . Bids must be sealed and marked / "GARAGE BIDS addressed to the Ellen Osterhout second and Ethel .i,~ ,~ ~.~ d ,~.a~ .~p~oy~.t s.t ~o.t ~.h. . ,i ~.~ ' --set t~, *o Lot m .sho~ .you ~xow easity *~d - -" I--" ~[~ ~ounry Aual~or,Meaora N. D. aria Boyd the consolation. ,~omm~, Y a ~tm P~t~ you ,or ,h, fa~ ,natlng work, - ~,e~.-- A r~o-i,*=d ~. +h. a a,+ o ~.0.~ durms ~par~.tin~, in your own home. You may ~y ~ J~ - mJ~- ~ f=r='--~ *~t. "'~ t% ~ - Joe LIannon, who has resided in ~ ,on ~ wn~ ~o,~, (o, c,~ aooz ~ ~ ~" / u c uxe .our oz sme. ~'~,~ ~-TA~= Board reserves the right to re- THE BLUE BOOK OF C, RIMI~ the west for several years, arrlved~rlm~-~-, ~i~t~m~~ ject any or all bids. in Medora last Friday to look after ~,~a T~,t~ ~ .e t~ ~ t -~,i~ ~ ~ e =. .- -- By order of the Board o~ County his local holdings and visit with --t~ ~t ~, ta~. ~ ~,- ~, t~ ,~ ,~ - -" " - - - - - " J F TESTER INSTITUTE OF APPLIED $CI[NCE - " ' " ; P=" ' " C~,~*, 4~a~. friends. He accompanied W. J. Ray to Dickinson Monday, return- ~" ~-. ~ (April 5-I~-19) , ing home that evening. Willie Bahm, Earl Bird and Martha Oorneli, all of the south country, Were seen on our streets Tuesday. Passengers from the north coun- try via the Walt Neuens Jeep last Monday, ~vere Walt Neuens, in per- son, KolbJorn Bye and Billy Neuens. Lars Johnson of the Globe-Gaz- ette Printing Co was a guest at the L. G. Brown home on Thurgday and Friday of last ~veek. On his return to his home in Bismarck, he was accompanied by Ann M. Brown who visited there until the la~e morning bus Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Madzo. were in town Monday. Steve returned home tha~ day, but Mrs. Madzo remained here to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Tetly, for a few days. Mrs. Emma Lawson accompanied Walt Christensen to Beach Friday to visit with her daughter, Mrs. June Noyes. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rlpley stopped in Medora last Saturday while enroute to Dickinson. ~N[ug~ Vanvig and Billy Otto visit- ed in town Friday of last week. Miss Norma Myers, who has been teaching north of Belfleld, has resigned from her poSition and is now staying wieh her mother in town, Dteve Malarchlck .family has moved to the Eaton house JUst SOUth of Town Hail. Their for- mer home has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Anderson, who are making extensive repairs to their new home. Proprietor John ~Lnkel of the ~toosevel~ Park Osfe, and his wife, were .Dickinson shoppers last Fri- day, Mrs. Ray Paasch and daughter, Karen, of Balfield, visited with the Rusthe last Sunday. Mesdames Eaton, Osterhout and Van Doren were entertained at a Bridge party given by Mrs. Enung I~wson on Thursday of last week. THE OLD JUDGE SAYS "When this war is all over, Judgs, there will called it 'an almost unparallded example of be some mighty interesting books wn.'tten the overnight conv ion of an entire indus- about iL Expect we'll learn a lot ol things try from peace to war.' He also said not so we didn't know before." .many months ago, w e speaking about syn- "Yes, Fred, when the record is finally theticmbbert'Itk fair toregard thembbe written we'll realize what a gigantic manuIactured to date as being almost solely operation this war really was and how the product of the beverage distillin~ indus- important to final victory many factors try. That'~ the type of thing I have m mind really were." the wa / great American industries at ."Take' .for ~arnp.le, ~ust one industry home coo p~, ted to help our brave fighting few people realize me maportance Ol the men abroad. ~t work done bythe beverage distillers "I see what you mean, Judge a com- g the war. St high government official plete history of American teamwork."