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! PAGE EIGHT THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1945 ,L. v m N .['q ~rc)FtI ~kFt II : Billy Otto Marries Beach N. P. Stat ,IN IISS i llla nayaen Becomes Terminal Remain In Japan Pc tsda. umalt By 1Inaeerem ny performed on,the The Northern Pacific Railroad sta"o ~ n~ga government ozncla~s say lawn of the.Strermnel l~nc~n at ord~elr,~=~aalaCe~ ~tTayAua ~ra:nlthat a force of more than a l~I'~y~%VaI-leJ- :O~I teSg~/~;y:StthHR~!! ec~ ~ e. gust .ll'[mllllon yanks will be necessary fox rnLs means ma~ au ~rams going i " . ~he occupaton of Japan m the lf'~ ~ltK% D ~ " A T~. ) ~1 ? through Beach wlll regLster andlne,r f J L,~ y~ l.'~ ' ~ JI ~ 4r(j lcd:ne~.hetheideA~o~d~llyV~C~?Y~r~-take orders a, Beach. ;t "~i; on r - " " I w" 'be e of their fi st duties ~rmeny one d~sp~teher operar~att ~is -- -n -- @ /inen~ in H~311ywood circles, and son o ~ arm ~ a ctose< ponce ~ne between Glendlve and Mandan and . 1 Peace once again has come to the world. Three, M. Otto, ?id time rancher on sanns. penis mere wm months and six (lays after Germany formally laia sown l IPIII er up u lrrgs uoun~y. . st= % W=th *ZBneaa : stn t 'o VllVew i caT:rUllY :o~Cldte~ntwili 2roun~akmg " " " i surrenaer I I .'he nappy coupm will make their sta,tus, a dispatcher will oper~te~p-- 9 Y P . her arms with the signmg of the hmtor C . With the war wi*th Japan all over - ' " " - " Fiance .home on the Stremmel ranch until between Be~ch and Mandan, and! J~ecause of tl~mr proximity ~o terms in the little Red schoolhouse at Rmms, "',but the shouting motorists area lkter " " - ?: . ease when vney wm return one .between Beach and Forsy h. IJapan, General MacArthur's Ja an la ,; rostrate, beaten and on her Knees. agam en]oymg one reeoomox to P Y~ P ~ s~orm ~a~tna. Several new employees will be add- are e~pected to compose the omg- At 5 m, (MWT) Tuesday, announcement came rom a. e arwe :o a ml!ng: Th ' ed to Vhe force here in the near]mat army occupwtmn; they will P" " . their smgion aria saying, "~'ill'er up.- e Prancer and a host of friends The Big Three agreed ag the the White Itouse m Washington that Japan, through o "n a ]of both the .bride and bridegroomfixture, ~t" is expeoted.'be stationed in all :key cities. " " " " n r N t m ee M y 15 1942 have - lroh to, had acce ted the uncond tlo alsu - ' ' ' wish them a Ion and ha ma Ernpeior H . . . . P motorists ,been able to get all the g ppy r- t recent Potsdam conference that render" terms of the Potsaam Ultimatum. as the needed or wanted Ra rma lne. " S g Y - - WHEAT CARRY-OVER LESS Japan be shorn of all the Pacific General Douglas MacArthur has been designated a tioning of gasoline wer~t into effect! .~ lislands she acquired since the first Supreme Alhed" mmander and is. probably at. this. momenton thwt date and amounts allowed [ on j na o ms carry-.over o~ wne~t ]World War ~ack in 1914, including on his way to Japan to negotiate the s]gnmg of the by the government have ~een al-Ratlomn~ To Be usa.lag mrmer[ohina earlier Vex ' -' conslaer.amy ~e!ow l all ~he territory she took from formal surrender papers by Emperor Hirohito and his located .to. motorists o!~ the b.asis.[r~ a r'~ ~ ~,a~, s 'emphasis to the necessity of farm=I " " " r staff oi essenuai onwng neeas as agau~ beaten and utterly deflated mlhta y 1~.~ ~ ~ro,|l-~/~ ere meeting the bAgh acreage goal] BEES DO GOOD IN N. D. the needs of the armed ~orces. s.a~o~.~l k.)~t~O ~Jl/-I The Potsdam aoetument as dxa~n, y:-- . r-errs -on [ d set for 1946. AAA recently an-I Federal estimates as of July 1 l~ter comple~ang ~ne L~I Dc up and presented to Japan by . " a . r-~ ~ ~rrr ~ l The surrenaer of Japan, govern- nounced a 10 million acre goal lare that North Dakota has 22,000 .o o o m. ' .o r e m .r,nur n s principle (2) tha Emperor Hivohi o fins ; the ena oz rationmg a maV er of guarantee its mgnature (3) tl~tl e~ 'me ~e~ u~x~ ~'f'~nc:'en~ Word ~ as received by local rela-[tw or thee months. Emperor Hirohi~o guarantees thatI ~ne OFpb. 7ne~hy 7n~Lt~on of the tives that Alice M. Sol~erg, former-[ The WPB says that there will the Ja~anese Navy and &rmy will]'= " "" q ly of Medora and now living at be an orderly and simple removal ,rlouanula area V~IllCli gxkr, l ni ' ~of as man indus t. eir t =. aneo ver. W h. was ted y contro --- .Read", a The world a.watted impatiently] r .c P'e' j'Pth'e "trOt-le marrt,ge to Arthur C. Wines of, possible, at the termination of the three days, since Sunday, August 12,1:~Zere 'n.~a~ me~po~eSfor ~e the same place, Tuesday evening, lwar. The manufacture of home ~se ox "rruz a ~ r~ ,p r a 1 for ~ord that the Japanese had ac-] on,*h -'-"e ~A, ugust Sth at 8:30 p. m in the~ Ppiances speeded up ~ lot, cepted the ,terms as laid down bY l ~tm ume aur u~ 2n e~ .fi .~: ~u/.m Oaivary Lateran Church of Van-lie relieve the pinch caused by the ictoriou allies. V en weal 2o eT k' o:'LT:g i' couver, with everend S hmidt, o -I ce tion of m .Uacture 1 ~f the acc~ptar, ce was SOU de~] '~h[~ for ~e J~ps in an air ~ ficiating. I the war. throughout the world the people of ~ ,~ ~ ~.~ e ~,~, ~ +he The bride wore a military blue Output of such articles a-~ . =vat the rmtmn and the countzms o v~ t.~ ~,~,o,~ r~,~m wi~ #.he smt wrth white accesso les a d~uum cleaners, electric refrigerators our llios ro oiced the I "i Z g A j iy carried a corsage of osesI ,' hing machines, to ters, that at l st the world had been 9a tion A, Gardenias, and the ,bridegroo. a not expected in anything but small freed of tyranny and opp esslo . 1 wore a conventmnai ~blue su t. t volume un,til late m 1946, will be Celebrations, marking t.he end of l~acArthur "Comes Back" The double ring ceremony was normously increased. World War II, were lncrea~ ~pt ~1 carrier based planes used and pe: .the l~ghgs Shroug~nou~ ~e worla, a'~,~not~nmade "their ~rst attack on Luzonot canoles on ~ne a~mr. f~. ~ . ~ . ~h~Sihd:t~rlYocUnca:non,~t~te:dntl~ ~kinlgrcr~40t s~: ~00%::str~langc~ul~pllyW:~ 2char aLedn~i::~ed~.~t ~;;S~ol}F~Ur~l~Sl~ry "' flcial designation of - y Arthur arrived ~1~ his forces Portland. Ore for a ' g be held up pending formal signing of ,th~ surrender ,ter~ms by the J~tpa~ese. ~i Pearl Harbor Attack I% was on December ~, 1941, a day long to ,be remembered, t~hat ~he J~panese perpetrated the sneak 9;t- tack on Pearl Harbor. Angered by the Japanese ~rea~hery, the United States governmen~ decq~ed war against th'at nation on the fol- lowng day, Decen~ber 8. By the end of 1941 J~pan ha(: r~l~en Mid- way, overrun Th~iland, moved irate ~he northern Oilberts, invaded the I~h.fiippines and captured ,~ Wake ~ell, the Hong Kong ~fort- ~ss' ~as taken and Manila ~as bomq~cl despite ,being declared en open cit~'. U. S. On The March 1942 ~r,arked the turning point of the war. Japanese a~grea~ton, however, was not ended. In Jan- vary the J~ps occupied Manila, in- vaded ,the Celebes, ad, anced lx~o Burma and landed on New Britain, On January 20, U. S. troops landed on ,the ~Flji islands and the next day U.S. carriers and cruisem a~- tacked enemy ,bases in the Marshall and Gilbe~t islands, On March 12 troops of the U. S. Army landed in New Caledonia and on Marrc~ 17 Gen. MacArthur arrived in A~tre~ from the Philippines leaving the g~rrtson there in the hands of Gen. Jonathan Wainwright ~ no~a~ later captured by the J$oanese. On May 6 Corregldor fell marking t~e end of t~he Philippine campaign. 1~ June off 1942 the Jwpanese, ,again on %he march with ti~e occu- pation of Burma and the air raids on Dutch Harbor, Alaska, follow- ed ,by landings on P~ttu, Ag~ttu end Kiska. June 3-6 U. ~. *Navy routes erie- my Spree in ,ba~de of Mtd~ay caus~g :heavy casualties to J~- ese flee~. On July 4 the Flying T~gers, volunteer airmen in China, join United States Mr forces. Land On Ouadalca~al ~ke IJeyte in the ~hill, ppines and on Oct, 23 capture Tacloban, Leyte's cupii~al, ~he year 1944 ended with ~M~ac~r~hur announcing end of or- ganized resistance on ~e~te. War's Climax Reached In 1945 supper. It's up to farmers .who sell ~eir The bride ha~ lived in Medora sheep and lan~bs to buyers other for some time and gradua!ted from i than legally aut2~orlzed slaughterers the local high school~ in 1943, f~l- to protec~ themselves so that the lowing which She went ~o Van- prices they receive will reflect the The year 1945 opened wtth oar- rier based planes attacking Okine~a and Pormosa. Jan. 9 Yanks land in IAngayen gulf ~e~ of Luzon arid Jan. 29 troops la~ded at Stib- tc ~y, tmzon. Fvb. 5 was a" histor- ic d~y ~or MacArt~ur and his men for it was on that day that ~hey rpturned to Manila and on Feb. 16 American~ took I~ata~n. B-$9's Attack Tokyo Tokyo and her v~xlords fel.t the .full wel~t of .the American "M~rc~ to Tokyo'--" when carrier based 91~nes of "J~nmy'-" Dcoltttle a F~ek- eel ~or the first time. Tt~e now his- ,tor~c raising of the American flag over Mount Surfbacht at the south- couver to engage in defense Work. subsidy paymerrt under the Govern= Her m~ny .friends wish her the meat's sheep and lamb production .best of everything and the Pioneer payment program, AAA Chairman, Joins thegn, C. E. C-cesarean, cautioned this Classifyi g Land w k. bee n and lamb sold at auction markets axe eligible for the p~y= In Central N. Dak merits ff sales are made to legally authorized slaughterers and a Possibilities are that large areas~ sl.augh'ter certificate is furnished. in the een ral part of North DakotaI In order that sellers may ,have full information ms ,to the condi- may be irrigated b~ water takenI edons of sale and thus determine from'the proposed |Garrison Dam, I ,the highest bid, auctioneers are says J. J. WaIsh, secretary-En-I reqttixed ~o announce the su,hsldy glneer of the State Water Censer- rate before the sale, and bidders ration Commission. are asked ,to state whether or not Some time ago the Water Corn- they are or represent legally auth- mission made arrangements with prized slaughterers and ff so will ern ~tp of Iwo, took place on Feb. 23. On ~Iarch 17 Iwo was ~een Minor and the ,Sk)uth Da= captured. A~ril 1, after ten days kota border. This survey is al- of air and sea bombardment, U. S. ~[0th Army invaded Okinawa and ready in progress, according to on June 21 organized" resistance Bruce Johnson, ,Engineer in charge of the ,Bureaus Bismarck of Ilce. on Chat island ended. June 28 The survey will include all land MaoAvthur announced that all of Luzon in the Philippines was lib- of s~ta~le topography and eleva- tion in the central part of the erased. On July 5 the Ja~s ~ck- state. now4edged that ~he entire Ph~lfp- "It is still muoh too early~ to ptr~e Isl.ands had been ca@tured estimate the extent of the lrrig- by the a su2ey Big Four Send Ultimatum " might disclose, Walsh said. Be- On July 26 an Ultim~tum from "the Big Four--United States, Great aides, it is not yet known what Britain, Ohina and R .u~. . demands amount of water will be available tha~ Japan surrender 'uncondttton- for irrig~tlon purposes from the alty or Pace destruction. Garrison ,Dam. However, Army Atomic Bomb Speeds Wm End Engineers stated some time ago On August 6 the first a~mcnic that water for that particular pur- bon~ wa~ dropped by Super Fort- pose would be available from t~e resses, on the mainland of Japan Garrison Reservoir." striking Hiro~hims, I]Rm~hu, des- troyin~ a~a~t the e~tire city. Rus- sia s-'-'- ca, try in ~o the w~r effeotive August 9 ,ph~ the dev~t~ting effect On August 7 U. S. Marines l~nd on O~adalcanal and Tulagi in ~he first major offensive of the wax. The next day the Maxines h~d the battle of Tulagi ' well in hand" and --- s~ --- New Rantr enemy resistance was over. The liatlan ' lose wF0h ~ v ,~ --~ ~-~,v,~ year 1942 ,was neanng a c the U. S. Navy gaining a decisive! OPA has halted printing of 187,- victory over the Ja.panese fleet sink-t 000,000 now ration books for food, ing 16 warships and four Craus-IsTmes and gasoline, it was learned ports. The Allies also occupied t today. Gona and Buna villages in New[ The stop order covers war ration Guinea.' {.book ~ive for meats, fats, dairy Be~l n March To Tokyo . [~roduVts, canned, foods and sugar, The war in the ,Pacific durmg[ and a new A gasoline book. Both the first half of 1943 ,~a,~ marked lhad been scheduled for distribution by bot, h countries locked in alia December. deadly strua~le for control of stra-I The order which halted the work ~tegic ~osltio-ns. On Oot. 27 the[ on 0he books 'tenvporarlly ha~ now Marines landed ~)n Treasury Island~ become permanent, according to an in fl~e Solomons to mark the be-1/k~ dJ~atch from Washington. ginning of their trek to the Jap-] auese mainland. On Nov. 1 the l 48c LOAN ON OATS Marines landed on Bougainville and[ ~ on ~ that will average on Nov. 21 M~rines and the Army[ 48o a bushel n~ionatly will be lauded on ~ and Tarawa w~lm~le ~o farmers on t~he 1945 crop the capture of Makin several days[ ~ Ck)tu~y ~ Commit~e~. (he U. S. Bureau of Reclamation certify ~hat the sheep and lambs for land classification surveys be- are for slaugh~r. NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF INDIVIDUAL. Notice is Hereby given that the undersigned, George G. Zdrahal, of Belfield, North Dakota, will apply to the District Court of Billings County North Dakota, for leave to change his name from George G. Zdrahal, by which he is now known to George G. Hall. Said application will come on for hearing before the District Court, at the Chambers of Judge Harvey J. Miller, in the City of Dickinson, No, Dak. at 10 o'clock AM of the 24th day of September 1945: Any" person objecting to said application must file them with the Clerk of The District Court, Me- dora, N. D. within thirty days after the firstpublication of this notice. Dated August 16, 1945 GEORGE G, ZDRAHAL First Pubication August 16, 194S. (August 16-23-30) State Supports Drive As administrator of the child i In ,su~p~rting this "back=to- l~bor laws of the State, the Corn- school drive, Mr. Dahl requests Ice operation of the I m4ssioner of Agriculture and Labor, peep e of the .' I State in the en orcement of o Math Dahl, supports the Nation~d " 1 ur Baek-e6o School Driv C2al d Labor Laws. 'iOnia eomplia~me ~. .L?~'~ ~ ~. e ~tr,~ *~orea oyI will help make i,t possible for our eae ~nnare~ ~ureau U S De" youn- --- le ' ' ~ g peop vo continue meir edu- OP~it~nentf of d~o:nd ~h: ~iYeiCa~lon' and at ~he same .time work ,in employments nat prohibited as also he~ the backing of ~he Of-~hazardous by l~w The ~Sta~e ~%v~rsioWnar ~Vlohilization and Re- also provides ,or hour standards ,and requires employment certificates According to the War Manpower "for minors .between ~he ages of 14 Commlssian's estimate, between V-E and 16 years Except in, farm Day and December,~ 1945 3,700,000 work and domestic service employ- workers .will no longer be reyulred meat is prohibited for minors under on war aotivities and one million 14 years of age Employmen~ car- men will be mustered ou . t of serv- i tific~tes can be ob*~ined from school ~ce which means ~ adult work. iaffieials in the various cities and O~/an now, In .mos~ :ns~ances take, counties of .the State. An admin- e ~'~e work clone ~y ~een-agers' istratlve order provides ~or hour dur, h~ the war Government agen. lregul~tions baleen khe ages of Cles Iavor a confirmation of school!16 and 18 years vne~*~ ,~ part .time work over full tirnelgarding prov~sions of our child ~ u~- ~or teen.-~gers in compliance I,l~bor laws is a~allable from the ~o~ ~ ~e~y r~aUons ~l~r~e~ of ~ture ~d ~a- ~eaer~ and Starve statutes. It or, Bismarck, on request GENUINE CALIFORNIA FREESTONE ELBERTAS JUICY CALIFORNIA SUNKIST DOZ. HOME GROWN--WHITE BCHS/ RIPE SLICERS LB. PUFFED WHEAT WIZDOM 2 s.oz ~ TOASTED PKGS. 1~ RED OWL ENRICHED S0-LB. S (25-LB. BAG $1.09) BAG IIA DRIED--S0-60 SIZE LBS. DEPENDON FRESH 1-LB. BAG V-63 FOR SMALL. MOUTH COFFEE JARS DOZ. QTS. DOZ. C PTS. RED OWL'S "SQUARE SHARE" POLICY to share our merchandise fairly At times we do not have enough of all items to serve every customer but when we advertise or offer such products for sale, everyone will be treated the same . . . no under-counter selling. Our plan of limiting individual purchases and selling scarce products only from displays provides equal opportunity for allto share alike.