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PAGE EIGHT ,r . THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1945 Governor Aandahl Trio To Gratified With Recital at Belfield, Conference Result FinalforPreparati ns have 'been made the musical recital to be given at the ,high school in Belfleld Governor Fred G. Aa.ndahl, who Sunday, August 5 at 8:00 p. m by returned to Bismarck from Duane Indergaard, and Virginia Mackinac Island where he attend- arid Robert King. ed t~m governor's conference, is The prcgram will include classical pleased with the accomplishment songs and compasltions, operatic of the conference, arias and light classics. The three 'Much time was spent discussing parLicipants have been diligently" the economic problems growing out practicing and will present an in- of the war and the policies that teresti~g, varied and delightful pro- should be followed ,both during gram including vocal solos, violin ~e war and in Vhe reconversion numbers and piano compositions. period by government to meet There will be no a ,dmisslon fee. these .problems, he reported. TheI relationship of the states to Che federal government was given iTenant Purchase good deal of attention with em- l~hasis naturally on state's rigltts. However, it was recognized ~='!Loans Mlocated many problems are national in An estimated 42 tenant farmer scope and tha'c the general pro-[ cedure mad policy must be es- t~tblished by- federal law, But it was repeatedly indicated that ad- ministration to be satisfactory and permanently effective must be left with the state,s and other political subdivisions, he added. About 40 governors ,attended as guests of Governor Harry Kelly and the state of Michigan. sun- day, July 1, was spent quietly, with the conference officially get- ting underway the following day. "The conSerenee gave the gover- nors a fine opportun,ity to visit in- formally and become barter inform- ed on the n~e~hods of doing things in neighboring states," Aandahl said. "This friendly exchange of ideas wilt make every governor much ,better able to understand and perform the duties of ,his office. "I was very well pleased with title spirit of friendliness that came families in North I~kot~ may st~tr~ on the road r,o farm home ownership in the year beginning July 1. 1945, as a result of the authorization by Congress for ~he Farm ,Security Administration to lend $25,000200, under the terms of the Bank.head-Jones Farm Ten- ant Act. This national total, avail- able for loans to farmers includinl returning veterans, is $10.000,000 more than last year's authorization, Walter O. Christensen, county yK3A Supervisor for Billings and Golden Valley counties, reported. The full 1945-1946 tenant pur- chase auVhorizaiion "this year was for $50,000.000 .but half of that amout is eaxmarked exclusively for loans to veterans of World War II. That eanttarked portion is not al- located by sta~s, and distri, bution is not dependent on farm popu- lation and exten~ of tenancy. In- stead, it will be made available S . . . By William Sharp 8-29-r n #nAv/Bsr raG~~-,9/.PzaHc /M z' x WO LD ] from all corners of the nation and wherever the demand for loans With t~ ~ompllshments of tale oect~r. Announce conference." Loan funds from the non-veter- d QYiacldnac island is a perfect an-earmarked $26,000,000 are al- place for a conference, he said. It located to the states according to On Sheep & Lambs is secluded from all commercial, farm population and the preval- and industrial life with nothing ence of tenancy, and may ,be loan- Details of a new subsidy program bu khe beauty of the historic spot ied for the full purchase price on providing for payments to all sell- ahd vhe comfort of the spacious a 40-year, 3 per cent basis to eli-iers of sheep and Iambs who sell summer hotel to inspire intensive glble farm ,tenant families or farm directly to legally authorized a~d uninterrupted conference work. The basis of allocation makes slaughterers were made known by laborers, l ~lr~T r~ 1r~ ~r~ " $299,543 ava~l~ble for North Dakota John Kasper, ~tate AAA chair- I~1~,1 ,F lIp.[J) duri~ ~he ,fiscal year. l~A's policy]man' ~his week. The payments will be made on I of making loans only for family sales on and after ~ugust 5 thru Mr. e~ud Mx~ M2ke Malkowskl type farnm ~at can pay/ out on ~ June 30, 1946, Kasper said, and will and family of Fairfield attended long-time earn4ng c~paclty bes ]be made by County AA~ commit- the show in Bel.field Sunday eve-i will be carried out ms in the past. tees in a manner similar to the nlng. I Borvowem in turn have some ad-' beef production and dairy produc- The last rites for A. J. Ander-Idttional obligations and duties in lion payments. son of Medora 'were attended ~]conneotion ~h such loans; such The payments will range from many people from Be~fleld andI ms annt~l plans, maintaining ~c- $1.50 to $2.50 per hundre@weight vicinity on Sunday edternoon. ~r-~ curate records, making anntml re- for lambs weighing 65 to 90 pounds; vices were held at the Price]ports and attending annual meet- $2.15 to $3.15 for lambs over 90 Funeral ~ome in Dickinson. Etin-1 lugs. pounds and $1.00 for all other care sympathy is extended the Some World War II veterans sheep and lambs. Rates to Worth bereaved family have already recetved tenan~ put- Dakota growers" and feeders on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fritz spent Thursday at the home of their sons, south of Belfleld. ,Sergeant and ~xs. James Palsm- iuk were visitors in our city on ~Ionday. John ~;enstein, who now re- sides on the Beck ranch, south of chase loa~s frmn FSA under Rankhead-Jon~ provisions 'before an emam~arked fund existed. This is the first ime Congress has cav- mm'ked a portion for vats. Tenant purchase loams axe not to .be con- fused with the guaranteed loans made by prlva~e capital under the Belfleld, was a visitor here Mon- GI Bill of ~Aghts. day. Under ~he Ban~ead-J~nes Act, Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Jewell re- one requiremen~ l~ ~t considered cently sold their farm near ~el- a~plioa~ts must ,be fl" ose unable field. They plan an auction sale of their property in the near rut- ure we understand. Lt. Ellis Thom~c~son is spending his furlou@h wlbh his wife and b~by daughter at Bowman; also part of the time witch his paren~ Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Thompson of Fairfield. Ellis is in the Air Service to get adequate credit ~rom o~her ~w~e~. ,Exception to ~ is made only in cases of veterans who show a need for ,the tFpe of voca- tional g~ldance offered by FSA. county supervisors help bor- rowers plan and carry out sound farm and home praztlees. Borrow- era rare also aided by a variable payment plan ~hic~ calls for larg- er loan tel~yments in good years and smaller ones. in lean years. A~plication form, s are available at ~he I~PA office in Medora, for beth Golden Valley and Billings Co~ y ~ppt'lean'ts. Mr. and Mrs. John ~rmantrout are the .parents of a son born Mon- day, July 23rd at the Dickinson hospital. Mr. and Mrs. ~ra Joubert arid HUNDR D$ OF T/~I~/WO$ OF ~HINESE LEFT RICE F/ELDS TO 3U/LD 6,000 FOOT STO#JE RUNWAYS FOR NEW PLIW $ g. Reducing Japan sales made during the mon h of August will be $1.50 for 65-90 pound lam~s; $2.15 for lambs over 90 pounds; and $1.00 per hundred- weight for a~l other sheep and l~l~. . ,JBattle l~es showing the progress The variation is designed ~o m:~l~.~arm~ Torees are well known to crease the returns ~rom heavier~ ~re who follow the war maps. era to retain invoices and receipts of s~les, which are necessary to substantiate claims for the sub- sidy payments. The ,Reconstructlon Finance Corporation subsidy to packers of 95 cents per hundredweight will be discontinued on August 5, when the direct payment program to growers and feeders goes into effect. RANCHERS REMINDED Ranchers are reminded by the AA'A that flow is a good time to lay- in next winter's supply of protein feeds. Protein supplements may be scarce later on from both a supply and distribution stand- point. Love Its IFuneral Services Held Sunday For Mcdora Resident Workmen's Bureau .Are Reduced and participated in the European Invasion and on into Germany. Steve Fedora, who has been working on the west coast, has been visiting at the home of his parents, WIr. and ~rs. Jim 'Pedora. He was accompanied on his return by his ~b~other and sister who wilt spend some time in the west coast ~rea, Florian Armbrust was a Belfleld visitor/and shopper on Monday. Joe Krivoruohka is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital, ~)ickirtson, having subml.tted to an operation last week. The ,barn dance at Felix M:al- kowskl's drew a large crowd from Belfield and vicinity. A big crowd ~ttended blae sale of household goods at ~he hmne of Mrs. Peder Indergaard Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Indergaard left for Nort~ood on Monday where she plans to make her borne. All The North Dakota Workmen's Compensation Bureau has again lowered ~i~ mt~. Reduethon of rates in certain cla~a~ons has practically be- daughter, ,Betty Ruth, were in come an annmtl feature Wi~ the Dickinson Friday, making arrange- Bureau, according to Ohairntan Otis manta ,for Bottys return to school F. Bryan~, Who States that a re- in September. I duotion of eight per cent in class- Iflcatlons ~owing good ex/perfence Teddy ~)gan, son of Mr. and rating has just been made after Mrs. Russell ~gan, had the mis- fortune of breaki~ his arm when an ~nvestigatton of Bureau ~manee he fell from a shed, on which he by H. D. Bangert, of Columbus, was playing Ohio, Bureau actuary. This latest reduction in rates Anders Jacob Anderson was born at Oilberga, Sweden. on April 16Lh, 1890, pa&sed a~way at the V e~ran's Hospital in Fargo at about 4 o'clock a. m last Friday, July 26th. at the age of fifty-five years, three months and ~en days. Urgent Need For More Waves Cited Miss Margaret A'bel, Sp(R) US 'R, WAVE recruiter .at the Navy Re- cruiting Station in Bismarck an- nounces that the Navy still needs 2000 more young women to enlist in the WAVES each month. 1000 WAVES each of these are especially needed as Hospital Corpswaves in Navy I-Ios- pitals. ,Mr. Anderson immigrated to .the Miss Abel will be at the U. S. United States, landing a~ New York ,Em~ployment office in Bismarck on October 15th, 1903, with his August 2 until August 10, excepting parents who he accompanied, going (Monday, August 6 when she Will thence to Wheaton. ,Minn where be ; at the U. S. Employment office he made his home with them until in Dickinson, 1907 when he came to Nort~ Da- -- -- ^^~ --- I Your r~avy r,~u~ ,~,~.v 'c;~ now kota ana ruea on a nomestea~ ~more ~nan ever Deiore. near Fairfield in Billings County, . and he has made his home here ROOM FOR RENT since that time. For rent, one room with two beds. Tie was united in marriage at Will rent by day or week. Wibaux, Mont on September 12, [ 1927, to Addie E. Hellickson, the /~NNA LA~VRENCE Tourist Rooms and Souvenir Shop. beloved wife who SUlwives him. Oe-) ceased leaves to mourn his passing, (besides his widow, one son, Allen C. I Anderson, five s~ep-sons, ,Ron~ld ,Hellickson, Vllas ~Hellickson. Calvin ~ellickson Leon Hellickson and SHIELD EXPERT HERE if)ale Hellickson. Also four brothers, H.M. SHEVNAN, widely known Richard Anderson, of Medora; expert of Chicago, will personally Adolph Anderson. of Wheaton, be at the St. Charles Hotel, Dick- ~Iinn.; Rudolph Anderson, of Tis- inson, Tuesday only, August 7, from dale, Saskatchewan, Canada, and 9 A. M. to 4 P. ~M. John Anderson of St. Paul, Minn ' Mr. Shevnan says: The Zoetic Shield and one sister Mrs. Carl Ingman of ~s a tremendous improvement over all t former methods, affecting immediate White l~ck, S.D. results. It will not only hold the rup- (Mr. Anderson was a veteran of lure perfectly no matter the size or ~loeation, but it will increase the elf- World War I, barring entered the eulation, strengthen the weakened service on April 28th, 1918, serving parts, and thereby close the opening overseas in the 313~h and 315th in ten days on the average case. regardless of heavy lifting, straining Engineers from June 14th, 1918 to,or any position the body may assume. June 15th, 1919. He was discharged A nationally known scientific method. No under straps or cumbersome ar- Ch June 24th, 1919 at Camp Dodge, rangements and absolutely no medi- Iowa. During his service he took part in bhe St. 'Mlhiel and Meuse- Argonne offensives and Puvenelle and Villlers-en-Haye (Lorraine) de- fensive sectors. Following the war, he served ~il- lings County as County Commis- sioner of the First ~)istrict, County Treasurer and Sheriff. He was re- elected Sheriff in 1944, taking of- rice in January, 1945, but was com- pelled to resign .because of ill healbh. ,Mr. Anderson was an active member of the Union Congrega- tional Ohurch, Medora, a deacon and trustee. Funeral services were held on Sunday afternoon, July 28th at 2:30 P. m. at Price Funeral Home, Dick- tnson, Ray. C. N. Mlddeiton, of the Episcopalian Church, Dickinson, and Rev. John l~bert~ of Beach offi- ciating. The following music, a/ items were given: Duet by (Misses Phyl- !~ Gray and Rc~erta Roberts; Solo by ,Mr. Indergaard of Belfield, Violin Solo by Paul W, Lebo of Medora; Miss &wends (M. Roberts a~ompanied on the piano; Bey. Middelton read the committal serv- ice at the graveside. The Legion Posts of Dickinson and ~elfleld also the m~mber~ of Masonic Lodge of Dickinson were present. 1945 MAY BE RECORD YEAR The July 1 forecast by the De- partment of Agriculture is for a 1945 wheat crop that may break all previous records---1128,690,000 bushels. AAA urges farmers ,to plan on storing a large part of ,the crop right on the farm. MORE BUTTER IN AUGUST As a result ot a reduced set-aside of creamery butter for Government purchase, civilians Will get more butter during August, the Deport- ment of 'Agriculture has announc- ed. cines or medical treatments. Mr. Shevnan will be glad to demon- strate without charge. 6509 N. Arte=lan Ave Chicago. Large incisional hernia or zup~ura following surgical operation especially aoUcited. SIDNEY, MONT. 3 DAYS- 3 NIGHTS ,AU . -Z4-ZS 160 acres overflowing with the finest exhibits EDUCATION AGRICULTURE LIVESTOCK COMMERCE GREENOUGH AND ORB RODEO $ MAJOR EVENTS DAILY |0- Big Circus Acts- 10 A combination of all that la biggest and best in circua achievement[ Magnificent Spectacular, GRANDSTAND STAGE SHOW A Brilliant Array of Stars "STAR SPANGLED REVUE~ 50 - Singers, Dancers, Comedians - CARNIVAL - SHOWS - RIDES FOR FUN AND PLEASURE ~a Same Low Admission Prices What a coat to top a suit! It slips on without a murmur! A nonchalant full length box coat with big, comfy Collar that may be worn open or closed. Doe Bloom is the material, in your our good wishes go with her. The Rev. E. G. Atkinson family brings to over forty per cent the best shades for a season of flattery. ,Mr. and Mrs. George Armbru~ were visitors at the Paul Loffel- reduction in the overall rates since were Belfleld visitors and shoppers masher home, Sunday. JtBy I 1938, Bryant sta~ iv" " zo" on Monday. ~Lr. and Mrs. E. E. Martin# tY~S~t. The ra,t~ of :the North Dalmta I Mr. and Mrs. John Dernanlow Ervin ~lartin, Mrs Dallas La Bonte, Workmen s Compensation Bureau ] of Bremerton, Wash are visiting (nee M~bel ,Martin) and twins, Lee are lower on an average than ~osel relatives and friends here. Mr. and Loy, visitS, relatives in ~el- in adjoining states, Bryant holds. I Our new stock of Fall coats is in the uoaular ~ntow formerly resTded on a field last sunday. ~-~gt. Ervln '~rhe excellent condition -" "~--~ --- ~ r farmworkingnearin Oorham,the shipbUtyardsis nOWat ~e~n Itaiyb fmo~rrorrthemT2tnl~ve~ra~ Bureau funds makes this re;uct~o: chesterfields.--smart toppers.--both and full mont2ts but ~ now be sta the last legislature substantially'l s~ u maae oI lovely all Wool Iaorles, Bremerton. " " ti~ed possible, In spite of the fact tha~. len-"hs A" in Maine. . . increased benef~ts--~thout increas-' in a wide USE aLFALFA oR CLOVEB e t ethciv d. miured w kmeu: ii O:r::lo:: mix two or more grasses and add ~wo pounds of alfaffa or sweet tioned t clover per acre, says NDAC Ex- t ED O T POOR E A small de OSlt "" " f j| P " Will reserve your selection. tension Service. The Ladak variety-ALFALFA I ANS' Dispose of all thin and i 0ar!JJ || Ofmlxtureal.falfawheniS preferred.seeding down a newUSe ~is ~1~ ~I~?n~s, t~b~hef~5:~:t'~sr~f~U~anl~i ~e~onfPa~l~eU:dv~g,seTt~s ~T~AJa~xb~" if MILDRELLA SHOPPE Ii pasture. ' pound for common seed and 40 ~i ELLA COUTTS, Pro- |~ ON ACCURATE BASIS cents a ,pound for certified seed. MILK PRODUCTION UP J J[ r- || Phone ImproVed ,methods of determining Deductions axe made ff seed does Milk production this year appeals 131 Beach, N V. H not meet purity and germination almost certain to set a record [~ " l the amount of clean wool in the specifications for loans ~t basic above the 119,2 billion pounds pro- [~ - [| fleece is helping to put wool m~r- k~t on a lrmre accurate ba~. rotes, d ced in lm Ilia-----.- .i l|