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   Bismarck Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1942, Bismarck, North Dakota                               Thoughl For Today- It by btataiag of God it iMI fltto THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE Otto's 1873 VOLUME 1W N. AUGUST PRICE FIVE CENTS The Wealher Sfigfvtiy warmer today and tonight. British Estimate Third of Hitler's Fighter Planes on West Front Los Yanks Bomb Jap Fleet in Solomons REPORT ALSO DISCLOSES LOSS OF CRUISER Sun VoHfcy Romqnct Actress Normo Shearer To Marry Ski Instructor WM AuttraJiin No Ntw j mentt in Land Fighting By Tkc American flying hunting down of the Jap- aneae fleet which retreated in the initial prune of the 15-day- old battle of the Solomon is- lands. Thursday were reported to have bombed enemy war. ships 400 miles north of the main battle theatre. A bulletin from Gen. Douglaa Arthur's headfluarters said heavy United Nations pounded the Japanese naval craft near a small island near to the Northern are un- but ail the raiders returned Cfwtoef The oomnranJqne disclosed the low of the Australian cruiser sunk in the opening attack on the strategic MO-mtte-toog island when American martnea Lave gained strong on at least three and perhaps six ialaada in the south. No further word forthcoming oo in tne land but it apparent that AJQted and an taking vigilant care to guard the hart-fighting DBtiB toy Jtptteat UgfOCt-U reinforcement. Canberra Un first allied eaiualty to the idantifiad by name. Prertoualy. Washlngtoo bad announced the tow of a cruitar. and said two destroyed and a trans- port had been damaged. Cawaltiw aboard the Canberra were listed as 14 dwd and 100 wounded out of 816 am NO MORE SAYS NELSON ON PRODUCTION LAG 'Anyone Who Cream My Path Will Have Hit Head Taken Says WPB Chief Abolish 'Limited Service' BILLETLN WASHINGTON Chair- man Donald M. Nelson or- dered reneral bone-deaning I within Use War Production Board to weed oat officiate and trim the 1 orranixation down U I it wai learned today. WASHINQTON Positive and prompt action to famuli i war production shutdowns due to Lack I of materials appeared imminent Thursday in consonance with Donald M. Nelson's newly enunciated policy. The production chief Is expected to give nls regional directory throughout the country power to Issue priority ratings to provide needed small quantities of or parti. Thus holders of war contracts threatened with stoppage or curtail- ment of output because of an Inter- ruption in the flow of materials or a breakdown of could o5- tain readily the materials needed to keep going Finish Fight Sow Informed officials who requester ToPut1BsinlAor4F Beginning September 1 service registrants rated as having minor physical defects officially became eligible for military service Thursday with elimination of the 1-B classification. The selective service system announced abolishment of the class Wednesday although the Bearing exhaustion of the pool of 1-A recently called for induction of men in the 1-B group. selective reclassification of men in this group will Begin Sept. 1 and will be completed Jan. 1. They will be rated as the group free of any known physical or placed in class 4-F'comprising those totally unfit for service. BRAZIL'S VARGAS NABS NAZIS AFTER Brazen Operation of German Spies Blamed for Loss of Troops on Vessels RIO DE JANEIRO All Ger- mans except diplomats who had em- barked on tne ships Bage and Cuyaba were ordered held as hoeUges Thursday bv President Oe- Vargas shortly after the sinking Brazilian ship in reeeat would put strict limits on- the amooni LOB her will be married wtw once Hipped in extent- Sunday. They will lire in her luxuri- ing a ChrHOana torn and fell into ous Santa Monica Beach home. her ski instnwtor's going to The bride-to-be is the widow of for Brazilian na- iuy then. Screen Producer Irving Thalberg who On the China war CWneje dispatentf Oenenltaimo Chiang Kal-atuk'a armlea had further stabi- lized their portions by recapturing Wencaow and by widening to 80 mflei the gap between Japanese columns ctriktnt from the and west along the important kH pg rail- way. Ttut Chineae said between 9.000 and iOOt' persons including Japanese troops had died of cholera In enemy occupied in Western YOJI- nan where the Japanese en- tered Southwest China after their of The 36-year-old movie died six yean ago. who has utnm and Martta Arrouge. Sun not been married before plans to en- ski teacher who is eight i list in the army after the honeymoon. BANDMKASH AT FARGO 11 AM Southwestern North Dakota Is Harvesting Bumper Crop Southwestern North Bismarck west to the Montana line- is harvesting the biggest grain crop In according to reports able here. Of all the field crops planted last spring only the yield of Bison flax will be even that will be average or better rieports come from elevator railroad agents and also from the various grain firms which keep close tab on crop conditions throughout the growing season On the basis of these reports the following gives the current pro- duction picture la bushels per sere for North Dakota Rye Spring Durum Official Washington watched close' that he had taken off for a i finish fight on the question of his I ministration of the war effort. by claiming I now on any one who crosses' my path is going to have his head taken he said in discussing statements from congressional and other sources that the War Produc- tion Board had mishandled Its job. Talk' Nelson denounced talk' about wholesale plant shutdowns and flatly contradicted recent reports that as many as plants might suffer or shutdowns because of mm w Wing Youth Leaves For Foreign Service son of Mr and Mrs. Fred Josephson recently left for foreign service according to-word received by his parents. He is a seaman second class with a con- struction division in the V. 8. and was l.v stationed at Moffit Calif. Another son pecis to leave for service In a short tine. of rural Wing joscrasoN PUSH AHEAD Hold.Doggtdly to in Stalingrad and Cau- casus Sectors 18 14 19 30 JO 18 18 18 17 Oats 33 30 36 Barley J8 as Piax 8 6 8 7 6 8 N. bandit stag- id a daring daylight holdup at the Isis theatre here late Wednesday and escaped wtth an undetermined amount of cash. came up behind Mildred in the lobby of the theatre and placed bands on toe money. want be said. Dtett thought the man drunk and shored him away He then roughly shored her to one tid- and began to scoop up the money consisting of half and nickels. Him Diets praairrl a signal tattoo and an employe 'n the office answered her bot did not cone to the lobby. She was afraid to tiftll wuftt WAI the said. Stuffing the money into pock- the man turned to her and said- TJont start anything or m fed Diets said the man apparently not armed. At tact she did not a gun. Area Southwest North Central South Central North Red Rim Valley South Red River Valley While all of North Dakota wUJ harvest a bumper crop this forecast that the southwestern section be second orJy to Uie Red River ley where generally the price of land is higher and taxes are U indicates that the greatest average prosperity in the state wffl exist the farmers in the Bismarck district because of heavy pro- duction and good The flax been greatly .particularly in the Red River Valley by black nut on the Bison variety Golden will show much per acre than Bison but only 10 per cent of North Da- acreage was planted to the golden By HENRY C. CASSIDT Red army has taken the Initiative in battles devel- oping on four key central Russian Mon- 'fronts along the 400 miles from Bry- toLakeDmen while holding dog. can see the way ahead and we're interBtetT'water before Stalingrad and in the going to come on he said. use agreement a plan to extend the battlefront dispatches re- He did not disclose wnat_steps he Sidney pumping but gave a clear county their responwbiLues would get short1 as the shrift be no more he sick of them Two reports current m Washington were believed to have nettled the pro- duc'Jon chief particularly. One was the oft-pubiiahed theme that the i I-wo army Is ready and wtlUng to take over control of the wartime industrial economy when and J civilian author- ity faired The other was that Nel-1 son Is too lenient with his subor. donates 10 miles Pred state said the southwest of the salient 130 agreement was reached at a confer-1 mUes west of Moscow in the Vyazma ence at Sidney with the North Da-' area the KaJanin-Rlhev 130 kota and Montana water users. northwest of the and Buck characterised the North Da- tne Ilmen front south of Lenin- kota consisting of approximately placed under irrt- for sugar a crop now badly needed in a nation at war 2 German Priwners Airiorce Nabbed in Ontario Saved by Toehold Mayor Silent on New Mill Ciiy Police Chief QNT Two Ger- man of war who escaped from a Northern Ontario internment camp Saturday were captured Wed- nesday night by Ontario provincial police Saube 7H miles of Thewalon. Ont The two men. Bans and Walte Oiotck- 3S. were walking on the dian Pacific railway toward Bault Marie when they were ap- offered no resist- ance was a lot of qnaeiini Tburaaay about tttr of Uinueapolis' ant chief at but the fartbwt itarw would was to tay ht make a choice from within the department. Chief Bdward B Haown raaifntd 1 gc to hit formar job director of protection at MorUMffb Pump Co The chW reportedly ieani to De- weUre U while mayor inclined to favor appointment at Frank vetrran inspector of police. Two other probable racceoon axe inspector of dcwrtivta. and Berbert captain at de- TO HAVE BLACKOUT MTNXRAPOLI8- p har- ttc ctn-widr '-it black o-if II from 10 'o M p 0. MAT OETOBT POLM LOJTDON The Polish said that the mm. planned to depcrt half a million Poto from PolUh Pomerania to way for NSJB Left Tuesday for Army Induction ai Snelling who left to report for in- duction at Ft after a two week f u r 1 o a g li are C Carr pictured -ere and Arnold J KiM'hr Bid- GENERAL AUSTRALIA American aenal gun- Sgt O. C owes We to a ijcty toeh'eld 24.000 feet above the earth Bolllster was bottom turret of a bomber under attack by Zero fighters over New Guinea when one of the Zeros whipped close ar.d cannon ibeil blew aff tne turret door The sergeant feU out back- but hu feet caught be- hind a oar oocnectlng two guns Rls were vcm off sjt. he waj able Lo nftout for help tArough cation system transmitter An- other gunner nared hjn from a drop of NO BRIGHT LIGHTS wartime cities the length i Pacific coast dimmed bright for the duration last midnight under a military order designed to blot out a bactcirop of glare against which lurk- ing enemy submarines couid silhou- ette shipping In Navy Now NEW BAHLE OVER FA1 PRICES is the first specific mention of Red army offensives on these in Russian although Ger- man communiques for days have told of desperate resistance there by Nazi forces No complete details of the central an but the Russians said they had taken a heavy toll of forces to man the cen- May Ask Deposit For Coai Hangers WASHINGTON- f' -Y n u r drv e.eacef or a to to insure the return of those wur coat Which are fart becoming hard -to- Administrator Leon Henderson defined a deportr as pout mauirrmenf approved to to return 'hr made In order f1 conserve WASHINGTON IP A new bat- tie over farm appeared to be m making Thursday following an appeal by Secretary of Agriculture wiekard for an amendment to the price control law to permit lower cell- on aeneultura.' Wiekard rtversjig his previovu position. farmers In a radio ad- Wednesday night to a In price law prohibiting of less than no per cent of tral and northern battleline while the Nazis matted their greatest strength for the Don bend and Caucasus offen- oases were suffered by ths Germans on the Western Kalinin and northwestern fronts where the initiat.ve in tetive mili- tary belor.gs to our Red the army newspaper. The Russians are strik- ing out tloni this whole line in a carefully-timed series of sharp as- JAMXS New Rationing Board Office Hours Lisied Burlelgh couniv rationing aoard ciovd or. Saturdav ft.'ternoons effective AJB 13 authors said Thursdar Office 'lours to 13 ard ore to four through and 10 to or. and tw ijr Saturdav rurr.twr e.eht go tr.'o effect Aufl 23 to continue through Ort 3'. TiJ ''Jimp wU be eood for five or War ration boot r.umber ore of a penons entering 'he armed must be turned in at the rr.'lce 'or cancellation together with of arc Willkie Will Visit Near Russia RAF Loses 98 Out Of Dieppe In Charred Esiimaie Men Take Part in Frencl Nurses Aid Predict New Blows Soon Will Fall on Jittery Nazis BULLETIN flown by United States were lost in the Dieppe air but the pilots of three are United States army headquarters announced. It listed three probable victories over German Focke- Wulf 190's by American fighters during 10 squadron sweeps. By ROGER D. GREENE Associated Press War Editor Secrets of Germany's anti-invasion coastal defenses were studied by the Allied command Thursday amid predictions that titanic sew blows goon would fall upon the jittery Nazis in the wake of Wednesday's history-making attack on France. As first fruits of the informed London quarters de- clared probably one third of Adolf Hitter's fighter plane strength in Western Europe had been destroyed during the nine-hour assault. Dieppe once a famous transformed by the Ger- mans into a bastion of anti-aircraft was pictured as lying in shell-torn ruins. Eyewitness stories reaching Vichy by telephone said fierce hand-to-hand fighting raged in the streets of flaming Dieppe under a rain of British artillery fire. Civilian estimates said about 10.000 allied striking in a huge wave along 12 miiea of tee Dieppe coast- landed in 300 to 400 small boati and self-propelled tank scows en the fortified beaches while 13 British war- ships hurled sheila into the Nan de- fenses. Claim Were Beady Germans List UN Losses in Dieppe Raid BERLIN German Broad' German high mand Thursday said that tne Canadian and French forces which attacked Dieppe Wed- nesday lost men in prisoners along with many dead and against 400 German ties. and other of the Berlin claims of Allied shipping and aerial osses in the Commando-Ranger raid were far out of proportion with the Allied The German said the attacking force lost 15 ships sunk by shellfire and bombing and 19 others damaged. It gave Allied plane losses as 112 and said 35 German planes were lost. The German press featured front page stories of the Dieppe engage- nent under large headlines which characterized it as new catas- trophic defeat for the and as proof that the British and their allies 'will never nave a chance of gaining a foothold OB the channel coast for any length of The Berlin radio claimed that 31 by in reserve gel into action as as the first land- ing wave had succeeded in forming Descriptions reaching Vichy said Allied beaching including American fought througa barbed-wire entanglements on drove the back into the low part of Dieppe aad forced an entry into the city. The it was oc- cupied part of the lower quarter of the city while the held back by anti-tank barriers which there was no time to poured cannon fire Into the German ranks. About 30 civilians were i killed. In the Trench womer nurses took care of the wounded the battle raged. Dieppe reports via Vichy said tnu Allied troops withdrew about m. after their dawn first British announcement of the at- tack came at 6 15 a. European British Lose 98 Planes Blasting the Nazis with rearguard fire as they the Commandos reached a beachhead which bad been held throughout the day. Then witr- a they left together aboarc the motor while over- head RAF and German planes clashed in hundreds of dogfights. MUSCOVITES EAGEBtr BEAD RAID BEPOBTS. MOSCOW News o.' ilUed raid on Soviet hopes of a secoad i. Westerjj was prominently in the Moscow press There was no J but the population read the reports German and IOC WASHINGTON JP L Ear. ard B of for 'he .n 'J S r.arv 'or 'sro-vear period Jn.-r.ej P J- 30 ton o' Mr Mrs Jtmei P 423 St A or St gh Cuni has Own 0105fd 'i- tea yeari bv the MM'olia Ol. Co Word here that he tra'ned at naval base at Sin He left Bii- marck Aug. 17 for the West coast. Bennett Nominated Y. Governor yORK State Attorney 1 John J. Bennett of won the Democratic nom- for governor of New York Thursday tn a contest with United Senator James M. Mead of j N. Y. chief tar That r.at Ask Householders To Have Scrap Ready Bismarck householders Thursday were asked by John city salvage campaign to iect calls from Boy Scout this evening. They w.li gather up such metal or other waste material is may be available and take it to a central pole t in each block. The depot for each block has been designated by the m charge each city block in the Civilian De- ense set-up. By common consent the latter have taken to calling themselves Ehrmantraut asked that household- ers have their scrap material ready to give the boys when they call. Arrangements for getting scrap' ma- erial tn the hands of down-town merrhar.u and other business houses are Lc the making Ehrmantraut said. r ____ Paul who Will direct Commandos of the four United Na- Canadians BriUsh and righting out calling up of im- portant aald the entire ma- chiaery of German plaa in the west apparently set into frenzied and declared the Allies not or.Ly achieved every mafor goal but comp.eted the nut operation I withic six of Return to British accounts SI planes defx.tely destroyed others down or damsgred The RAP lost 98 planes out of I ooo ay- craft in but so of the RAJ pilots shot down knows to be safe The BntiA.-. claims -hat Ormaas beaten tie ftt'-ack by r collection next Monday stiil is looking for triclu perform this job. Anyone vTUing to donate a truck and driver for thb service is asked to call him at the Anderson Hardware company. Donald Berger Is Air Corps Sergeant A. A'i asser' tha he hoped 'o iw Joaept-. SU- RoMiar. are- -n.c- A o he Mr. and Mrs. P. nrrtrr Tmth recently p- tnat -art -.oted to staff icrireant in the air corps. A graduate of and '-a tiie Willkie that the trip h4 own idea and that he had to the sanction of the United States and the governments of the countries that he will visit be- fore he could ma fee it. He plans to be beck later than Oct. 15. was em- ployed by A. before enlisting for service in Feb- After taking a technical Berger radio course he was stationed with at March Field in California before go- ing to which was his last known address. -1 Sjtpiau'd fizst.rg '.Setr f -Ad 'f.e.r daubed f ramour.afe of ar.c -.p-.ow for the t last Corr.jr.ar.jJos shc-c morn.rg While squadron o' R.VF Sp tfirej ar.d Hurricanes kep' ovfrhcad and other fighter t'-eakert aeroas channel in the direction o' Lcsses in killed and admittedly as pectcd forsodanr.jr 'n uga.- the Nazi i-ow B.I British said there Is no cor.U-rrw. oo Page EWSPAPER iWSPAPERI   

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