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CONSOLIDATED VOLUII~ ~ 26 ME~RA, BILL/NGS COUNTY. NORTH DAKOTA. THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1945 NUMBER 46 CASUALTY IN BATTLE FOR MASSA SIate Highway Commissioner Plans Program On April 1, N. Owen Jones, Wah- peton, assumed his duties as state highway commissioner having been appointed by Gov. Fred G. Aandahl to succeed J. H. Lamb. In preparation for working out a long time plan for the state high- Navy Needs 4000 Doctors A statement was released today from Vice Admiral Ross T. Mcln- tire surgeon general of the Navy and chief of the bureau of Merit- cine and Surgery, emphasizing the Navy's need for 4,000 more doctors to meet current and projected re- qu/rements. "As our comba~ forces throughout the world penetrate more deeply into the inner siirong- holds of the enemy, the battle will, become more intense and the cas- ualties greater," Admiral McIntire stated "The Navy's medical officers are already assuming a tremendous burden and additional doctors must be procured if adequate medical care is to be provided. The /noreas- ing tempo of the prosecutiort *of the war will place even heavier de- mands on our medical officers. 2me extraordinary record established thus far in the care of casualties is a tribute to the skill of the Navy's doctors and more are needed if this is to be maintained." Doctors interested in applying for the Navy Medical Corps should contact their local Procurement and Ass/gnment Committee and the Office of Naval Officer Procuremenf, 16~17 Northwestern Bank l~uilding, Minncapalis 2, Minnesota. This announcement coinincides e with a statement released fx~lay Potter has been manager of the, lows: ~lsmarck municipal air ort from Vice Admiral Ross T. Mcin- the P for ] God, xn Hm Inf, mte wisdom, has tire, Surgeon General of the Navy ~: pa~L e, gn~ years, tie ts a ve~-I taken :rom us in this short ~aee and Chief of the Bureau of .Me~.:- witheran OftheWOrldarmy Warair corps.I' having served bounct f timelikenesses:tWo of His noblest earth- N. Owens $ones eine and Surgery that the Nevy s r with recent nurse procurement campaign -- "One, the product of North Da- way system, Jones wm come ~,~ a ~ lic~ n~ from nursoo R:~,-~, ]k A kota's prairies, the greatest states- former highway comml~loners o : o,o-,~r,r ,~-~,~,+ +- AN AMERICAN SOLDIER hit by machine-gun fire in the bitter street- ~I~III~AI~I~ IV11~11 t man o~r state, whom we gave to North Dakota and visit highway de-me~t~h'~ ~l~a~'sZ~e~ "ne~e~"f~r fighting ~ Massa, Italian town men from the Nazis, Is evacuated to ~,[the service of the naxos partments in neighboring stat~ee The 2500 nudes ~ ~ |~ r~o~or ~or~ I "The other from the teeming pop- me rear ny Fifth Army aid men. Enemy resistance in Italy is reported P<~t-war highway program will be . "."~. . ~ ~. . Two Bismarcz soldiers served in [ ~lation of our country's Eastern su--or ~" --'"i^- "u-~ of Adrn/ral ~c/~U~e sala, "~e ~avystiffening against the Allied offensive that is .rolling toward Bologna pp ~ uy ~ ~u auu uu ~ " "- '" t -------e and ~ Po. U. S. Army Signal Corl~ Radiophoto. (/~fN~al) Roosevelt'.n n r guardSTheyfOr thearelateocPresident|Jamesl o~fsn ~e'nationalri~ngleabnnacleAmer- which ~1~230 ~ w ot,~a by th~ apprecxates me promp re~ms ER-I r~nuleo~the~ate'~n-t~e" ~ner~ fro~ the more than 3,000 nurses "'"~'. " who applied for the Navy Nurse NAZIS SEE Y--A-N-K-s--CROSS-WE$ Shook son of Mr. and Mrs J. M |icans, gave to the str~g~glin~ people election of 1944 to m~tch federal .~ 1" - its Shirek, 1011 Ave. E and Sgt" Wil~of the world their greatest chum- funds ~,~ *^ ,~rt.o, ~,~ao will t:o~'ps meserve as a resu ~ o~ ap- liam Kavonius, son of Mr. and Mrs pion of haman rights--their export- be built n ~ ~.~o o,a ~.~,~ peals. Those who cannot be appoin - George Kavonius, 315 Mandan St ' ent of hope for a world-wide peace- highwav~ ea ~mmeamteiy vy me a y, ar in letters received from Sgt ~- fu!, Christian, civilization, .'~" . . being referred to the other agencies vonius, he tells of having just re-! Many characteristics those two . xor me past eight" years, Jones of the Government. so desperately [ [urned to Fort Benning from Warm I men had in common nat oeen manager of the Kidder in need of nurse~ B [ Springs, Georgia where he was in] oth large m stature as if to plant of the O~ter Tail Power Co [ th,e, honor guard, l.mx)I)er]y nuture the great soul the at Wahpeton. A resident of North . . ~'::~:::" ;i:? :i~ '"~:#~:~. [ 'I considered it a great honor" he i bod,~ housed; Dakota since 1925 he was previously ~1~/~ ~J~lt~rr~ ~::~:"i~}~i!;~:!:- wrote I uess mo~t J~om w~th a person~h employed by the Northern States I~IQII~ IJ(~IV~ ,'~:;:: '~~*~,'."~ ' [ ' g people never l ' ' '~ that Power Co. in Minnesota. " --- ~ I ~i~:: :!i~.iii{:: "~! ~ [ realize how great a man is until t t nmlle~ those m fortunate as to snake thmr hand m frxendly t- His early schooling was received E~C~ ~.d.~ HnNt~'~.~ ] ~i- [ he's gone, but the men down herei.~' " '" " gree at Fetton and Crookston, Mind. Fol- = ~vv.~ ~ --~*~.- ~ !,~;~- [ were stunned and really feel deeply I m~. [ the loss oftheirCommander-iri " ~:-i~ '~om deeply religious with a firm lowing World War I, when he serv- During the month of February, [ Chief" ocher m ~oct and m the ultimate ed in the Navy, he attended Har- salvage was collected in excess of ~ [ " - tsalvaticm of His earthly children. Sgt. Kavonius is stationed at Fort[ "John Moses and Frankl'n l~,w~,~ yard college for one ear uotas se according to the report Y q t, [ [ Benning with the Infantry School[velt ha;e been called t~, K~m~.~,~ - Jones is a past commander of the jut| released by C. S. MeCulIoch,] troops, He returned to the states l n " --' --, Eter- American Legion post at Wahpeton. executive secretary of the Conser- ~ at l~eward out the standards they ,last August after navingserveawithl s-t for human endeavor win u He is a member of the 40 e~ 8, a vation and Salvage division of the [ l the 164th Infantry on Guadalcanal[~or -- past president of the Wahpeton Ro-War Production board. The total~ [ and with Merrill's Marauders in l . tary club and was a member of the paper collected amounted to 1,609,- [ ] Burma A brother E J Kavonius, l " school board. He is affiliated with 644 pounds for which the quota was [ ' " ' I~ItiltLIGHTS IN has a med/cal discharge and is now! RO~ the Masonic order. " ,1600,000; in tin cans, 122,513, against ],living in Bismarck. Another br~ [ . u~v~r~ ~ Mrs. Jones and their daughters a quota of 83,333; the total weight,the --" tmqoortant dates in the [ r, Pfe. Arne Kavomus of the Ma- Fr n career of Leora, 12 and Vivian, 10, will join of 2,010 pounds of rags was collect-,~ a ~zn ~. ~ooseve~: / r/ne Corps. is somewhere in the[ 18~2 Jan 30 Born H~,a him in Bismarck after the close ofed [ South Pacific and has justcorn I "-~ y e Park, ,pleted two years of service over-~"^la the school year. The late Sg~. Mor- ] My. McCulIouch stales that the ~,"~m. ~ me son of James and Sate sea ; ~-~ ,x,) ztoosevel~ vis Jones, USAAF, their son, was[ peak need for these items is now,[ ~sl~'ek, who is takin officers/ 1904---Gr~@aated from Harvard. killed in Seg)tember, 1942 as he was being reached. The war is not over | trammg at Quantmo Field, Va |,~ completing his training as a pilot, yet, he reminds, and communities,|, . .g I lg0~--Married Eleanor Anna Roos- ~ must exert themselves to the limit,[ wroCe his parents telling of hisex:|'~1907 Adm/tted to N [ perienee. He ~erved in teh honor~bar. S [ to furnish our fighting forces with |,"- ew xor~ rate [ guard both at Weshingt~n andHyde| 1910-13--Member of New York ! :~'[[~ni t~ll~l [ their nec~e~,~,Pa~k. He stated that as they march-|State Semite. "~vaaa4~L~t~tU~&,He e~lls upon the community | . . loaders, h,ther co=,I ofthe lvleels In r arn0 I school superintendents, teachers, / A.IMTlr R PI~L IS rills for Natt (~ttee~ as they stand beside the Weser I sides ot ~e streets were Packedt ]9~)Y-'-Vrtsuceessful Democratic no* [ Boy or Girl Scout headS to see that [ River--prxsone~ of the American forces---and watch Yanks of the 30th [ wtrxt .people and that there was no [ mince for vice president. The r~orm Dakota stare w~er [ regular, organizedo cedC llecti nSand cerriedare out r",Infantry Die,ion cro~ the W~ Rlw~. ~ exhuming played a vital,tma except that of the slithering| I921---Stricken with paralysis. conservation commission met inI ft~o~l~m~n~eo~e. 1 mle~e~ fftad van~oft~. U.S. gt=hArmv . ,tt~r,mt/tmnl, ~ of .~arching ~eet and the noise Of~ .1928--Elected tovernor of New sume the responsibility of securing . / >resident TrUman ~U~ WVIVJi~ ] Shlrek had been overseas two| 1930--Re-electefl governor. " the co-operation of state and local '~#~ ~~,~'- ~ote LJ -~ -- ]]HeYears before goinghisto Quantieo, He| 1932---Electe ~ President of the organizationS in several big water j.~.~ ~.~ ~,] had served in the M~U isl~mds |United Sta~es. control development projects. These Starts neann s oo, Presidem. projects are to be sponsored by the Ve s lelr @ t Jtt,| graduation from officers candidate| 1940--E1 to u precedented federal government in North Dak- JL UUUUL I IU.L,W - : : I AuthorRy "would be one means of,SChOol next week. [third man ~y re~mrmed his stol~in this"a wit ,a .~. |. His brother, Jack Shl~ek, is in/ 94L-- Atlantic ehart~ ota. -- t ] ~ g,ness ~o1~ ~ The resolution includes the Bald Annourwement was made ~ [ support for ~e lae~ 0, & ~ I ate commerce subcomm/ttee Mort- } ~raining at the Dickinson college |w m l~mme Min/ster ,~hu~h/IL Hill dam, Park River, Tongue Ri- week by U. S. Sen. ~X~Jol~ I ~.~. V~,lle~. ~th~ Be ~ I days as hearings opened. I under the Navy V-12 program 194,3-- Emu'rc/ate~ unconditional vev and Pembina River projects. Young of his appot~tm~tisoz~,~mo ne ~ a~. ~ ~,c [ Raymond it. Tucker, chairman of |,|~rco~f~o~en~laerenee. for Axis at Casa- Members of the water conserva- O. Hjelle,B i~oeor~ 'Harry R. Tea [ ~e~t" ~ ~ t the St. Louis committee for MVA, '/ source development~ of the valley is/ - tio o " " is ~ry ana oz ~ r~ -,Isaid le~islation proposed by Sen- " " -----~,~- a~ .~ ~, w~m - I necessary to coordinate all activi-/-hp ~;nm- n e mmtttee attending from B - r~ ' ~* ~$~1~t ] The Missouri Valley Is in econo-[ ator Murray (D-Moat) to set up an I ties" lC " ~ ~m~m, marck, were Gov. Fred G. Aan- rgLyarn'~'~' [ sic decline" and a l~m'i Va~ey~ MVA to unify water control and re- ] Tucker said there has been a de-I ~aa~9~-'Re~el~ec~,ed: ~ .Ikalrth t er~ dahL chairman, and Kenneth W. ~re~"y. . ] ' S/mons vice chairman J J Walsh, On Jtme I, Hjene leaves m- e--l ' yO [p,eline Jn popular/on ia the nine ~ |an~ ~u~'/,~ f~et vnth Sta, lin UNGSTFR r-ARNS A WOUND STR I: Isouri river valley states, large lo~s-| 194~, A.prii" 12--Died at Wa,--- acting secretary of the commission s,t,on of m anagmg editor o~,--- ] also attended Bismarcl~ ~l~oune, wire wnm ~ J,es caused by droughts and floods. |Sprin~s. Ga *" -" ~-- e~ years. A native o1: ~orr~ l~x-|he has been employed for the pas~ I Ii~~ i-i! i:i:;i:. :!"~ "::~::~;;:+::~*~::"::: " ~'"~ I calling that congre~ last Decem.| ~" Chairma~ O,' rton (D-La.), re* [ Our Prisoner Now ,ta, he was born anc~ recedved h~,I bet apl~o.ved a huge development/ Leaas I:lDe bathe edueatior~ through high school at / I program zor mat valley, asserted/ J Mercer. He was graduated from,~j,~}~;:~!i ,~ii;, :i~i:i!}:":i::",:i":- ' "iii{~:i:::!~:~- ] there is "no chance~of conflict be-J~~ra~,~ , --- ~,:~. ~ [ Luther college, Deeorah, Iowa. Mr~ / iiiiii, teween army engmeers and the }~~ ~1~~, ~! J Hjelle. the former Alice Driver, ] iiii~i~:~iii!i:i;~ " ~ii ii bureau of reclamation in carrying[ : daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Dri- ~ out the program." |~~ E~~ ~,er Bisanarck, is empl0~redin'~ ] !~i~::~!::::ii~::~!~i~::::iii~ii: "~ ~! Under the Murray bill a three l~~l~~ man board would take over al] wa:/~~' ~iv~~ editorial depdr~ment of. the Tri- J ~}iiii:~:':*;~j*i:::: "" ter development programs for the 1~~ ~,~~i.~.[~ ~~[~~ state,Tenborg'was alSOborna atnatiVecm~rington f the /' i~!i!~i!ii~:iiF:~!::::~.~.~! programs.basin' including already authorized |~~ ~ l~~/-= - -! w re he aaended the gr ae ana Tucker uggested that numeroo / - i - ! 1 high schools and received further t conflicts wo~d arise between sep.|~~~ ~'.'~ " ". ~ :~' training at a business college i~ ! ~ii~!i arate government agencies charged I ~/ 1~~ ~: [ 'argo. He operated an insuran~ } ' I $r~:::" iiii~:#:~i;:i:: ~::!:':;:!i~iii!!~ilil "~I(~ with carrying out developmertt pro- t ~~~ -~ ~-:-: ~.: - ] business in Caxrmgton amt was al-,grams. +ssou i alley Authority w chI -:: : -- "-:-- :-- [ .4 veteran of Guadslcanal, di.~, l ~:~i{.:i ~i:!i:;:;! would be created by the Murray 1~~ - : - - I "carged in February, 1944, Tenborg's,%~:*::::::~~'~:>':::" ~-- --j "----~' . ---~ [ service began when he enlisted in / !~!! bill is the beet instrumentality so I ~~1~ - - . -.-- - I the North Dakota national guard in [ :}~;~i~~i! far devised for coordinaH 1 ~~~ ;K':~:::;:::!:,:~::.:~!::~<:.~:~:' .<.~:::~;~'~,: .:~ " "---~ '~,~ "'i~.~!~:Y'~ expediting this program. ]~~ =.- -. - ~:--. : : J 1922. In Feb~, 1941, when the ] ~ :~~~ ~:::~:::~} ~;.i}~}.~: .~ ~ "We hold tha the MVA 1, :~ [ ~~ - ~~f--:-- ] 194th infantry was inducted in the I :~;:,~:i, --11 -- : :-- :--:: : I Army Of the United States, he w~s / ~~::"'::"::~" ':;~'~+~ ~"::~'+" much. more comprehen siv-'*~k.*'~":~,~, ,~ I'~/:;:~.~zr, ! ~, issour:~ raver program provided in l ~" ---:-= - l ~.:-=: :" - - ~ cornmand~ix~g officer of Company . / me flood control bill " [ ~0" : --- -- -I - . --:. - - -' Afer attending the battalion corn- / ----: -- -- -- 1 -- -- sanders school at Fort Benrdng, I ~~~!! ------ ~'~ Farm youth, 18 and 19 years old, I -" - - - - - Gt~a~+ thh~bbe~at~li:xe~u~iv~e ~ewri~ i ~":'<"~ showed the highest Selective Ser- vice rejection rate for physical ll~lO. ANtNZ VO" @~1, IN, the.l~P~h, in A uU~adI~ac~W Cale-,r~ mental, or educational defects of C~-mm~'a former chancellor ~ d~ ana on ~ua a~ + +} ca3YmTa~:dtmtiPt~alag~n uavp~er: perfen~ M~ '|N. 'f~A WHI~ (above, a-amhamador to J by American troops In the An ordnance compan~ in the,percent for other groups "~ v~ '~ ~-amed commander of the famotm Ruhr podtet, Is zeld to l~ i~. Mediterranean Theater runs. s/x [ " -~eeona Armored ("Hell on flown to the United State~ lie ~shops where 150 Italmns repmr ev- ] A VERY LIWtE JAP watches soberly as U. S. medical corpsmen give him There ~s a continued urx--" Wheels ) Divhdo~ of the U. 8, remembered ItS Gm"ma~ military erything from clocks ~ electric,first aid at an advanced station on Okinawa. Bystander and innocent, he for homes to save and ~3Lne~.-a.Al~r, again m;flm~ ~ its he attache in Wm~lngton before the motors to X-ray machintm.' anct in-,was wounded In the course of our battle to seize the strategic island, waste fats, as war tndusl~ries ~e ~m ~ur~ his toug~ flghte~ ~ the This iS In ~ U. S. Navy photo. (Int~aattonal Sotmdphoto) " ~m and Berlin, (l~t lsmflomll) Wo~ld War. (I~) teri~r,pltm~bi~ for ~. I pending on this source .~meRiver, lmstbarrl ~~tlm Se~tor Milton R Young when. "I am sure I speak for all of reach~d at a hon~ecoming banquetl North Da' .!~atement-at La Mou,re. issued the following I ~,tffered ~~tti n~ "nda e,~'~ta~reme" theWnen~entired~us" ~ saY]ossWorldmatin tnishasthe death of our great president His "" "-- ~ I rerr}ar,kable personality, his ability Poller Named . - ~s a leader and h~s keen under smncting of the problems facing this war-torn world; will be sorely Ims~- To C0mmilIe o+ for years to corn+. North Da- ko,l,a mourns the loss of one of the Gov. Fred G. Aandahl MondayI world's greates,t leaders." named men to the NorLh Dakota l C~yernor Fred G. Aar.d~hl at- committee of aeronautics, whieh l ~entling the LaMoure banquet hon- was established by the 1945 legit, t oring Senetor Milton R. Young is- lature as a governing board with in sued' the ~ollowing statement: the state. "We are shocked by the news of Members of the committee are:[the sudden death of the President. W. E. Keller, Mirmt representing l tie was a ~owerful an~ courageous the northwest quarter of the state'l leader, had directed the destiny ot Harry K Potter Bismarck repre'[Om" nation through this global war. senting the southwest; J J Flan-'/His death is most tmforttmate ~t nery, Jamestown represen~ng the~ tMs time when /he peace is being southeast; Dalton Lemasurier ]fornmlated. His in~gh'atio~ will hel9 ' to ide u " Grand Forks, represenhn~ th~ ~ .gu s m the establishanent of n ~" --- a~n mternaUonal ortheast andC rd~r~ ;,+ relationshi to re stah~ public service Wcom'missJoner ]~wts ifnu~t~ wars Norn,hhp Dal~orta /,aness in mis loss of great in ~harge of aviation since 1940, ast leadership" the North Dakota public service/ A ~ribute "~d our dea.~ z~ ~ comm/ssion member of the commit :- ; . ~" ~,+ .~.dent tee. ~na me late ~enau:~r Moses by ex- ~overnor Walter J. Maddock foI-