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.y i THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1945 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER PAGE FIVE COMMISSIONERS' [)T.~ ,'~y'llr'~r%v~av~,~rt Tractorahd Equipment Co U I||lb'b' I il ill' ~2 Error voucher No. 62258 20.86 MO Belfield Machine S h o p sum NS FI'IUU r l llllIUJ .l i . we a ng 5.75 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) -1 Mike Kulish, Labor on Sha ening 1 IN DISTRICT COURT 10:00 A. M. Meeting was' called Prokon Olienik Cuttin~ " , SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. I to order by A. E. Be(court, Chair-, ur~,~= ' ~ non J~awrence A. Lea(re, anu ~ I man. J~.tan~"~.":::;;-':a ;a: ; ~"~ Alma A Lemire his) Roll call showed M. O. Malkowski, I~a oars un ~o ~msel wife ) James Palanuk and A E Be(court - ~ue~ ;4-; " :;: ~"::: a~.ao ' .~ " " Joe ~ bcnmmL ~Uttlng 3r'ialntlIls, j I presenL ] Weeds 8 00 -vs- I J Minutes of the last meeting were lFelix Ma]'kowski cu~t~i~~ John H. Hagquist, Wind- ) I read.The following changes were Weeds ~ ermere Investment Co ) made Board authorized payment Vincent Bart'a Cu"t':i 9.a5 L. S. Dillingham sole ) I of remaining $9,000.00 of 1937 bonds, i Weeds ' t n g ~ Trustee.George Bastunas, ") [ out of the following funds: 1936Mike Barank~o C.u~;i .~; o.va Rock Island Lumber & i Interest and Sinking $588.2~ 1937 Weeds,~ ns a ~- tate or interest in or Board approved the followingbills amount of $313.95,which includes lien or incumbrance upon for payment and authorized war- salaries of secretaryand Clerk paid the property described in the Complaint. Defendants, THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS: You, and each of you are here- by summoned and reuuired to an- swer the Complaint of Plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Billings County,North Dakota, and to serve a cop~ of your answer upon the subscriber at his office in the City of Belfield. Stark County. North Dakota. within thirty (30) days aft- er the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of such service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judg- ment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 15th day of October A. D. 1945. H, E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiffs Residence and Postoffice address Belfield, North Dakota. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS: You will further take notice that this action relates to the following described land, to- wit: All of Section 20, in Town- ship 137 N. Range 101, West of the Fifth Principal Meri- dian, Billings County, North Da- kota. Said Defendants will further take notice that no costa will be claim- ed by the Plaintiff against any of the Defendants not appearing rants drawn for same: County Treasurer, Payment of Canceled Checks $ County Treasurer, Postage, ere Ann M. Brown, Mileage Modern Township Light Plant, Light bill for Oct. Mcdora Telephone Co Telephone bill for Oct George H. Morrison, Paint- ing flag Pole (Included m Warrant No. 62521) can- celed Billings County Pioneer, Publications Wm. Franklin, Painting Courthouse Public Welfare Board of N. D O. A. A. for June Public Welfare Board of N. D A. D. C. for June Public Welfare Board of N. D O. A. A Public Welfare Board of N.D A. D. C Globe Gazette Printing Co Office Supplies Rasmussen Service Station, Courthouse Supplies State of North Dakota, Ex- amination fees Cripplqd Children's Home, Donation Frank Heiser, Coal Bill Thomas, Coal J. F. Tester,Mileage L. G. Brown, Janitor Sup- plies H. A. Mackoff, Office ex- pense Steve Naminuk, Operating 15.94 105.00 I 5000~ 28.6O 1 15.20 ] 8.57 1 8.88 1 2,86 Patrol 208.11 Resolved that the Board of Peter J. Hlebechuk, Oper- ~ County Commissioners of Billings sting Patrol 140.251County go on record as favoring Tony Pedeleski, Cutting I W. S. House Bill No. HR4435 Weeds 5.10 for the establishment of a Na- tional Park to be known as the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and to erect a Monument in the memory of Theodore Roosevelt in the town of Me- dora. Upon vote, all members voted aye, none voted Nay, and the resolution was declared adopted. Motion made by M. O. Malkowski and seconded by James Palanuk that Bill Thomas be awarded the coal bid at $4.00 per ton, delivered to the Courthouse. Upon vote all mem- bers voted Aye and the contract was awarded to Bill Thomas. Board passed the following bills: M. O. Malkowski, Services . and Mileage 56.30 James Palanuk, Services and t Mileage 49.65 } A. E. Be(court, Services I and Mileage 32.00 ] 5:00 P. M. Board adjourned to mee' December 4th. Signed A. E. BOICOURT Chairman Attest J. F. TESTER Auditor (I1: 15) i October 31, 1945. [ 12:00 Board adjourned; bl:00-ers- Board met with all mere- 3.53 present. 71.60Board reviewed State Examiners 67.07report. Board canceled County Treasurer's 4.96 check No. 4543 for $.72.same be- mg over six years old, 15.74 2:00 Board opened bids for coal Frank Heiser bid $4.25 per ton, Bill I Thomas bid $4.00 per ton. Coal I Bids were held over until Wednes- day. 15.00 3:00 Board opened Bids for Elec- ,fl :ll EXtension workers in N~rth 6.76'tion supplies, Blank Books and Of- I)ak~t~a will take part in a con- r rice Supplies. The following firms I submitted bids: Bismarck ~erence announced by Director E. Tribune, 104.25 The Globe Gazette Printing Com- j. Hasleru~l for Jan. 7 to 11. The 86.25 pany, and the Knight Printing Com- pany. Bids were checked and find- meeting will include cour~ty and ing that The Globe-Gazette Printing, a.s,soclate agents, as well as the Compan~ were the lowest in all 115.001 cases, was awarded the contract. ~tate staff located at NI:IAC. Board approved appointmentof P~ans will be shaped up at that 84.75 Groversheriff. Haut as Special Deputy time for the organization to shift Board approved Appointment of E. ird~o peacehime activities, aimed 134'75I Arlene Ray as Deputy Auditor. at improving economic and living 19.89i 5:00 P. M. Board adjourned to conditions for rural people of the Imeet' November 7, 1945. 9:(10 A. M. Board met with allslate. Imembers present. ~or the past four or five years Motion made by James Palanuk and seeonded by M. O. Malkowski the EXtension Service has been en- timt Sheriff's Office be made over gonged heavily in educational work for Commissioners room. Upon vote all members voted Aye. Motion dn furtherance of wartime f~od passed. I )reduction and civilian war activ- B~ard authorized transfer of $26.00 i~ie~. from General Fund to County Sup- erintendent's Contingent Fund. The following resolution was pro- IS Your Subscription Pa~d Up? I seated to the board: Extension Workers To Confer Jan. 7-11 Form N. D. Group central committee; barrel Johnson, rm~m~ger ~f ~he l~u~al EleetrtTication To Back MVA Plan c0,(,i r tive at Finley; and Bur 0n Wilcox, Oliver county state's at- Formation of a N~vth Dakota torney and prestden ~f the NoYth co~mnittee for a Missouri Valley Dakota we}fare board. Authority (~MVA) was com, plet~l I~--- ~t Bis~narck la'st Friday ni~t witht CONFERENCE JAN. 7th the election of a n~ne~man execu-!The ann,ual conference of North tire committee, headed by Den C. [Dakota Extension Sere'ice workers hZ~atch~n,Valley City,as ,pros(-lie scheduled for the week of Jan. dent. I 7, 1946. Matchan, editor and publisher of] t,he Valley City Times Record, has i ~O-~-S been waging an intemsive eduea-] Never operate a ~asoline engine ,tion,al and promotional cam~a~g~ in a closed !~Iaee unless the exhaus~ for an MVA since his visit to t~he is piped-ou~ of doers. Open shed Tennessee Valley Au~ho.rity}ast doors before starting t'he truck, car June. or tractor. Poison gas killed 1,950 Also named were county directors Americans last year, and carbon frcm 28 counties. Directors ~rom the monoxide, t:he ,g~as produced by run- ot.her 25 c~unties in the s:tate will be named wihin ~iae next few weeks. O. W. Zetter, instructor in. voca- tional agriculture at the BLsnmrck high school, was named secret&ry and A. B. Larson, manager of the Mandan Production Credit associ- ~ti0n, was named treasurer. The other six members of the executive coavanittee, each a vice president, includes Joseph Glazer, B~smarck, first vice premden of the ,N~>rth Dakota Federe0tion of ~r; ' ,Mrs. Lira M. Kurtz, Ha~elto~; Max Billings, Lisbon, a county di- rector of the North ,Dakota Re- clarrmtion association who has de- clared himself for M'~A; Quentin Bardick, Fargo Attorney and sec- retary o$ the state Democratic W. J. RAY Attorney-a~-Law PRACTICE IN ALL COURT~ Medora, N. Dak. ning motors, was the 9oisonol~s gas in eight ou of every nine case~. ESTl AYED l Please No~tfy W. J. Ray of~ Medora, North Dakota of alll Cattle or Horses branded (Bellows) on Left Jaw, Shoulder or Hip; (Cross- L) Left Side on Cattle; Left Thigh on Horses; (TC) Left Side Cattle, running off Submarginal Range, I South of N P tracks or East Submarginal fence on North side. You will be reimbursed any [ expense in notifying. Any ln-~ formation concerning the taking or stealing of this livestock will! be rewarded under the Stock-l growers Association Reward asl published. i I or answering. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiffs. (Oct. 18-25; Nov. 1-8-15-22) NOTICE OFPUBLIC SALE OF LAND Notice is hereby given that the lands hereinafter described will be offered for sale to the highest bidder at public auction at the front door of the Conrt House in the City of Medora. North Dakota, on the 4th day of December. 1945, at the hour of ll o'clock in t~e forenoon of that day, pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-0931 Re- vi~ed Code. The appraised valn~ of said lands has been fixed at $600.00, which is the minimum sale price. ~ Twenty per centum of tb~ finalbid sale price must be paid to the under- signed at the t~me of sale. and the successful bidder mu~t also pay the costs of notice and sale and execute a contract for payment of the balance of the final sale or(co and interest at the rate' of three per centum per annum in annual installments of six per centum of such orlce, plus tax and insurance deoosits. The undersigned reserves the rt~ht to reiect any and all bids. Tl~e said lands will be sold subject to necessary reservations and excep- tions, and to lease ther~f, if any, and are described as follows: Southeast Quarter (SE~A) of Section Thirtv-three (33). Town- ~ip One Hundred Thirty-eight 8) North, of Range One Hun- dred (I00) West, in Billings County, North Dakota, Purchaser must Day co~t of settle- ment with noerator of said land for work do~e t~e~on orepara- orv to next season's farming. Dated at Bismarck. North Dakota, Nmz~mber 8th. 1945. THE BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA. Agent for the ~tate Treasurer as trustee for the State of North Dakota, (Nov. 15-22) EXECUTIVE ORDER As provided by the Governor's Proclamation relating to the hunt- tag of deer during the season of 1945,the followin~ described Drop- erty is hereby declared to be a Rest Araa: All of the area contained in North Roosevelt Park in McKen- zle County The hunting, killine or t~king of deer shall be prohibited on the above described property during the year of 1945. Bv Order of: WM. J. LOWE Game and Fish Com- mmsioner (Nov. 15) EXECIFTIWE ORDER As provided by the Governor's Proclamation relating tothe hunt- ing of deer during the season of 194.~, the following described prop- erty ts hereby declared to be a Rest Az~t All of the area contained in South Roosevelt Park in Billings County The hunting, killing or taking deer shall be prohibited on the above described property during the year of 1945. By Order of: WM. J. LOWE Game and Fish Com- missioner (Nov. 15) LOTS OF OATS T~e ~lation~s 1945 oats produc- tion iS placed, at 1 billion bt1~hels --an gIl-ttme record--theAKA polr~ .out f INVEST IN VICTORY BONDS dollars Invested In Victory Loan Bonds now wil~ protect t~he value of fubure d~ll'ars, ~'ne A~A point~ ouk THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER A Continuation of "TH~ BADLA.NDS COW"BOY" ]~t~bli~hed in tfl~ H. R. $OR[~SOM, Mana~ W. W, ~ALKO%~P~I Io Mana~ ALICE L LEBO, Managing Editm Entered In the Post Office at Modern, Billings County, North Dakota. Feb- ruary 15, 1934. as ~cond class matter under the Act of March 3. 1879. Official Newsvaper of the County of Billings, State of North Dakota. Published every Thursday at Medora Billings County, North Dakota. Sub~ripflon: SI.50 p~e year In advance || OUT IN / a,a "PROTECTING AMERICA'S FUTURE i~ a ninny. sided Job one that's up to ~ff of us. For in* st&n$ your money in Victor/Bonds will kelp to continue the phmning and reee~eh that *h~'to~ ened the war and will 8Hure the peace I HELP WANTED YOUR DOLLARS IN VICTORY BONDS are needed to protect 9ur eountry in nother way, By bu~inl bond~ we he~ keep the lid on pe4eet of ~e goo~ help p~event runsway infl~ion wfth it8 sure i~How-up of dept~io~ THE ROAD BACK from war will be eased for our fighting men by our purchase of Victory Bonds now. Held by millions of Americans, bonds will provide solid reserve of buying power to ssure ste dy jobs for returning veterans, NATIONAL SF.~UltlTY, and your own per~ma! security, are both served by Victory Bond par. elumes. Victory Bosull provide ~e for you for fm, m tmprovemeata later ht nation kept Iteahhy lind lpe'ospm.ons by Bol~! investments! @