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   Bismarck Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1942, Bismarck, North Dakota                               Thought For Today- kaow is two kMs. swiact caul two NtfoniH- tt. -SAMUEL JOHNSON THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE 1873 VOLUMB IN N. AUGUST IfrU PRICE FIVE CENTS The Weathtr or thunderstorms continued wtnds. Coalition Ticket Formed in Fargo it if it it if it it it it it ir if it it it it it it it it W Great German Attack Fails to Crack Stalingrad Defenses The World at i Glance diaarter by AJBed MOSCOW Bay ABOABD ttTKSH DA8TB0 be WASMMQTOM ti limit QBJU-faoMfc wheat la Ml training toy flad It heads aad WAWS. to Tiaiiiliii Matt WFiCMK TAKE SHARP SPURT Two Young Instantly KHIed in Crash North of I By UM A ndden to traffic brought the total of i over week-end to 10 after i the wont of automobile wrecks in The most serious accident occurred south of 8. where to. Donald aad Celesta were killed in an auto-truck collision. Roger Ctotm. U. brother of the car eoadltioB.. TtO men in the truck escaped injury. The four young were en from thatr in the fltoui VUls vidnltjr to Xpvwfeh. home of the HrL The car driver was believed by to have fallen at the Clock Men Will Remember Jap Reid MEADXHO. dock men art fotav to nuemher Peart Haxbor-rtgnt down to the min- ute. Delegatei to a convention of the Borolofteal otemben are and clock repair- voted Monday to place in their snow with the at o'clock. In each window will be a placard dock to remind ua of flrtt ahot at Pearl Harbor at a. m. on Dec. 1M1. Re- member time of the crime at all LINES UP AND RUSSIANS DRIVE AHEAD IN NORTH Hititr Pressed for as Rains Htrajd Approach of Wlnttr Stand Up Wdl Uitdtr Htary Fire By AjMciatwl All the weight of manpower American aircraft returned now this been the tag capping erf Called army air force Flying oa eight raids they haw to far on occupied Europe. Monday line tron American bombing forces on two oth- er cocttoenu. T In North medium and heavy j sistibie might stalled the Jap- Japanese Fall Into New Guinea Trap Rapidly Cutting Enemy to Marintt Dig 1 in on PLANE'NOSES IN' AT LOCAL AIRPORT By Tto Assodaied Pros Disaster at the of Al- Accident Ttrmtd Unavoidably lied forces striking- with _____ and that Gef- American blasted atiese Monday on every front oi mans could throw igaiust the i Pacific war. of _ Bolisvt Oust Tlpptd j of Wind of Stalinffrad bounced AII American aircraft returned back off the unyielding lines of iy. on American medium beobeta and tigfltm air its defenders while the Red on its own offensive to the gave renewed evi- dencs of Russia's still unbroken power. Hundreds of Mast tanks and age to our or en screened large assault on I Lt. Oen. Joseph W. StOwill the of the Volga river but for the stun day both raids there wss ao dam- of falling on enemy's bard-won from swampy shares of Bay on New QuJuea to of China and air front ef atatned at whole fabric of Kbtmc Bfhttts kept intatt a bulwark toe Qtnnans not brealL in Chungking announced weekend Amer- ican on rail- At the soviet information bureau said there had been no change fnd field staUn- grad front indicate that are leaving men and on the battlefield In the unavailing ef- fort to unasti thfooih the Soyietl armored i Oennan high command Aitis have puabed from the touth to a potot only IS from Stalingrad and that night raiding planet again haw town vut in With a cunning expensively learned from the Jspansae la lost battle of Australian ground foroaa baited a tree on Milne highway Junction of the Burma road.' Bay into whiehan enwnj- laadtog aad on Japaaese in Preach .__ do-China. AD American aircraft returned safely. and airport You SPEM3TAXPUN WILLGAllSEBAmE BULLETIN mperaUea la new Uiteattng a M per MSN WHH vnMRtt etttv Mtted rate ef eeat en ner _______ To the where the Red army has launched own in the drive on anchors of Germany's IMl wlnttr Soviet forces have smashed past pivotal stronghold of Rxhev both to the north aad the smth. have cleared the north- the said Whether this offensive to strong or timely enough to help save Stalingrad to be seen. it is unrolling with VYPB AlflrKHuZES MOKE Increased Drilling in i Indiana and Kentucky Is Approved apparently to deitnetioa. A special communique tawed at General tlacArthur's AtutraUan said that unwary at wuth- eMtern tip of are being -rap- idly reduced. The it waded into the waiting of Auttraliaa lying in wait for Jutt tuch an attempt to outflank the Allied Island coast at Pan Moresby. Previous have Qouaeed the high cost in planes aad supplies at which the Japanese were able even to land on f on to make to Wv Production Swd Monday authorised increased of oil in Soui on a reeommeadatiQB by the office of petroleum the temporarily relaxed federal i th. new Jan. the are troops a show that fteldl aao most certainly win have to draw off and from Caucasus to strengthen it. the Wear Pipestone. Mr. aad Mrs. Perdiaaad M and SO yean old. were killed aad two others were hurt ia collision of two MS saefl fastaatiy la aa MtUatea ef M. wUek eft MM sMe ef EUMT aad Pred It bwrt erttieatty aad three to the ear were Harold P. a resident of the near Palls to aad John H. St. were kSled in separate auto-pedestrian in the Twin Bernard 30. Olea drowned SO feet from short of Bryant's Long Lake tn a half-mile j swimming race with Mfee Lake Lansing had reached shore when he heard cry for help but he went down before leasing eoqld reach him. A forthcom- ing treasury proposal .'or imposition of a stiff new uu on individual spend- ing Monday appeared headed a stormy reception in the senate fi- nance committee. of a retail tax served notice shortly after Chairman Oeorge had announced that the committee would receive the new treasury that they did not like levy which George outlined w reporters Sunday. explained by the s tax of possibly 10 per cent would be levied against all money spent by aa individual over and above certain specified Oeorge said treasury officials hoped that such a which would in addition to regular income and other would yield between four and five bil- lion dollars aad a' tht same check inflationary spending. CaOing proposed new tax in of Senator Clark said .'elt it wouU be a good deal more oejection- than an outright retail sales which also opposed. Although Berlin communique Russian had been wtth infantry and tank for- northwest of MOJCOW and below Leningrad-indicated the eon- every 30 surface acres for drilled to a depth greater than 3.300 or one wen to every 10 surface acres for drilled to a depth of less than feet. compare with the general regulation of not more than one well to every 40 acres. OPC will recommend a further re- Central Russian Winter pipeline has not been completed Jan. i. K. by U that save are wueh they have off Mead- to their other the communique are swiftly cut down on a narrow peninsula north of the bay by Australian troops under Oen. Cynl Albert aad they have lost all of the heavy supplies which they landed so confidently on the narrow beach last Wednesday. Marine. Dig la the United States ma- tat tight in the Solomon consolidating their hold aad picking off the last of re- sistance oa Islands where the Japanese have felt the power of the first American offensive and tatted probably their most disastrous verse so far. A Northwest Alrwayt plane. Trip 1 eattbound from en the Bismarck municipal airport at 6 39 p. m. Saturday with a full paat- enger load aboard but all and crew etcaped injury. Some airport aaid the twin- motored Douglas coming in on the northwest and southeast the only one now available for and that a sudden wind slipped the plane into the uncompleted north- south runway which u lined with bituminous gnvel ridge recently laid for spreading. Witnesses said of both were Mm the left wing damaged and the nose of the ihip WM battered. Aboard the ship were Mr. and Paul Ssakath and their two aad a half month old who lustily demanded her milk when she finally reached the airport waiting room dur- ing a rain squall. former Montana univer- sity football Mart la headed back to Detroit where he ia a blocking back and quarterback on the Detroit Lions. Ssakash termed the accident explaining the plane had been on the ground for time and that a gust of wind may have tipped it It moved to landing apron. Investigation of the accident ex- pected to be completed Monday by CAA officials after which ship win be released and towed to the new airport hangar for gu felt QAS tBORTAQl TO.T -Xtfectc ef the sudden removal of which normally supply many in nonhwect were tor the tint Utae over the weekend when of nations in suburban and rural near Minneapolis ran dry aad turned customers away. CHECKS TfESDAY -Checks for about in Uted to of enlisted men in the army will be tent out Tuesday by the war de- ACCTBID NAZI HILO NKW -Anthony accused of ilritng some of the eight Naxi who landed on the United East arraigned ia federal court Monday on a charge of treason and held in default of S50.000 ball SHERIFF SHOOTS BANDIT SUSPECT Youth Makes 'Wrong When Ordered to Get Out of Automobile FIVE TORUN ON SLATE FOUR DEMS MOMS Heads Burfc to Off Agamrt Strutz -A i young bandit who disregarded' a deputy orders to step out ef his ear for was _ __ fatally Monday at nearby Hopkins critic nominee W. T. DePuy has si- N. Per- sonnel of a Democratic-Repub- lican coalition ticket had been completed here Monday the selection of five Progres- sive Republicans to run on ths Democratic ticket with four Appointment of the Progressives ta the Democratic ticket wu approved by the Democratic executive commit- and their will be filed with the secretary of state to replace those Democratic nominees who have signed or Intend to resign Sunday's action will result in a state ticket compoeed of five Republicans and four headed by Democrat Oov. John Moses. The forces of the two groups were combined so as to better fight NonpaniMn candidates who won the Republican primary nomina- tion. Pregreasrm Named The progressives named to Walter Willlatoa general Alvin strew where authorities Mid he aad a com- pinion had planned a holdup. expected to take three to four weeks. FARGO IS BY 355- N. com- munity was Monday after a rain over the week- end. In an hour interval between a m. and 10 a. m. Sunday 3.8 inches of precipitation fell leaving under water and causing heavy damage in because of sewers backing up Richard Scbeea. ef tiw died m General hos- pital after ahot at afcwt 4 as and Orrffle awakened W leeeph Shield aad Prank MOkewakt The two were said to have visited a brother of Sehotn at the Oten sanitarium Sunday and to have told him they planned to hold up the Ntghthawk Cftfe In Hopkins. Schoen's hrother was said to have told the sanitarium Who notified authorities. Several esaad vffteen wen tent te the vicinity aad were planted taNride. AvtlMHtin said aad Keith were Ken te drrn pact awenU they apparently thing wrong aad did net en- ter. air suffered the battle 1. Kvea the exhaoetlag left the aray streag aa ef- a frfet aad proved to a ngvlar pan ar. trom ao-ow CHINESE AGAIN DRIVE FORWARD epic story of that estimates ranged two significant eon- JO 000 barrels dally. trary to ali military the forces ttw island shores suf- fered few losses te the defenders- that the Japaaese had poured men and supplies into evidently intending them for a major air-sea base and that most of equlptnent along with the far ad- vaaotd work fell almost intact to the .marlneti The downpour made many in gutter full. Cars stalled. Under- had several feet of water in The tire it they caped. Search and Shield and a. to do but over as if to pick something from the floor of the and was shot in the neck. ready resigned from the ticket to an OPA job. John Hagan. commissioner of agriculture and labor when Governor Langer was in office and Governor Moses' opponent when was ftnft elected governor ia for sioaer of against O. Democratto nominee Ole Johnson has resigned. C. P. itate senator tram Ottggs. s candidate for tht Republican secretary of state tion in the June for missioner of agriculture and labor. His nomination 'on the coalition ticket now makes it Dahl vs. Dahl ia November fcr his oppon- ent U Leaguer Math incumbent. C. P. Dahl fell short of nomination in the primary by only 654 toeing i to incumbent Herman Thonon. A large part of his support at that time i was attributed to the similarity of bis name with that of Math Dahl. John former NPL-en- doned state who lost in. the primary two years ago alter broke with the for state i um. He will oppose Incumbent Carl forward with the momentum of new victories Chdtianf Chinese forces are the local station. Por the hour incr. downpour Sunday morning tht downpour was the In the yean that an automatic rainfall gauge TWO WIVES CLAM ARdTECT'S BODY LOS ANOELJ8 PORMEB AP OmClAL DBS N. 7. been in operation here. Weather good for 3S bureau explain that prior with ZM WILUSTOX DKATBS will held at 3 Wedaeaday in auto- truck eoUiiieo Sunday mommg which Brought death to two young injury to another and to tbm coroner Uoyd P. KVBTOB said Monday. hmeral aehMuled for 10 Wedneaday in the catholic church at Ray for Fred 21. of rietiav. Biaer Bottaad. Ji. wm be burted Tnunday after funeral ierrtew in Ptnt Lutheran chureh at Kdward brother frf Prvd. who was at nm thought dead when pfctod op after wai to a hoipitAl and showed slight Othen injured included Wro- Horaer aad atefonowtea. AH six Crott WM- rose ditw of truck. and brother not being held but wOl appear at inquest. They wen returning to their farm home northwwt of about 1 M Sunday morning when in- volvwj in collision with tir dr'.vrri Holland north or WUlltton. iEWSPAPERI WHEN HTF BY CAR An taquect will held here Mon- day to invwtajafe the death of Ou about W. who WM killed jn C. 8. Highway 10 when he was struck by a car near Marxian while walktng wtth aaid the ear which struck Panga driven by Walter A. of Btaawck. They said Hart uamedlattly and picked op Cannon Ball bring- ing him to a Mandan hospital Panga was dead upon arrival. BOWWCT. accident occurred Sunday about 9 p. m. short way from awrial bridge on the Morton county of the Mlawuri rtvw. Yanks Strike ai Jap Base in North Burma DKLHI. OfDlA Btrtk- mg after Had repaired damage by American bomb- tot Aflted fliwi to two of struck sharply at UM impor- tant Japanese air at in North it announced Monday. A by Brig. Oen Clayton Binell. D 8 con- mander of air to India. Burma and amid aew wen carried out on med- ium Bombers Ametlcaa all form and tht nine from which the _ _ have held for more than two Keeping up another show of yean aad outfitted their principal strength where the Germans lean ex- pected to find Russian airmen cut' The nigh command an- a path of explosion and .'ire nouDced that retreating Japanese Eastern Germany Saturday Bight had been punned to the out- trom the Baltic ports of Koenigsberg. of Nsnchang after the Chiane in Bast tad Danaig recaptured Ukiatu. miles aouth of to Berlin itself. the city. Swedish reports said Nan i recapture of uangttatu. 13 tal under air alarm for three troth of Naaehtag. was aa- attack. died Monday maiatsiaed with during that interval up wnen former rj. s. tive from North for 'secretary of state. will oppose Thorson. Rita Democratic resigned. Ltoted remaining oa the beside Governor are Henry Holt of Grand Porks for lieutenant A. H. Haut of Napoleon for itate auditor and Oeorge Schuett of Hankinson for public service mission er. A coalition ticket figured as a was posibility tn this year's political pic- ture since long before the and anti-League found it uspoatiblf to get to- two Md-eyed Students at St. Mary's To Register This Week of a city-employed architect to whom the League rwtpt the state nomina- said they had married for -low tn the OOP the Progrea- 11 and 18 and to dual identity wu unsuspected by eith- er until death Saturday the The Democratic central committee approved at He died as Louis H. hus- meeting in August and named a coali. band for 31 years of Olive Blanche tion committee of five to confer with a Meeks. Long Beach high school teach- like committee from the tr. But Detective Thomas Bryan and OB the selection of C. boun. Unsuitable flying wwhtt tern- porarily halted the air blowi of great night la what aounced officially aad heavy fighting reported from Uentang. only from dty. Tht Central News agency reported capable of to the of UM Kut fatherland. Regutratlon for St. Marys year wil and for high school i wno did not complete registration ia the spring or who plan a change la include modeling.' and while freshmen and sophomore boys vL2 be A. Tetnek said he was employed as bridge architect at city en- office as BouU L. Ruot. tad he was to Identified by Mrs Stiwl two met These along with Democratie executive and of ir which sponeored sudden Bridegroom Missing so Girl Gets Substitute of Uiing a brtdegroom stopped Cvelyn Saadberv's got Miss aad Bnsign Paul L. con of Minneapolis their wedding for Saturday and in- vited aQ guwts. Then a few the scheduled march to studying at had to his bride-to-be that navy changed his had to my at acheol. Rastlmad's father knew aU about It i legal to married by proxy the couple to Eniign John LAW. pal of lUrxl- tn for hun. Much guecu1 surprise. Law Min Sandberf to and her for Roeelsnd fhlle rnoTiti uken ir he go' married. 30 east of pied Monday after heavy fighting dur- ing the night. The largect air basv ID China at Which been retaken by la the prwnt offensive along with air base at LUbm. and Priday announced Robert A. mpenownoynt Monday Registration hours will be front 9 M to a. and to p. m. at the seheoj. Opening for both a fuH eoune In the sciences ind mechanical drawing ht af- last year Sitter Magdalen BMifBi I The position of high school prin- cipal will be taken by Starter Con- fuelo formerly of St. Cloud. Minn. U.S. War Workers May Deduct Gas From Taxes war who in i ing their assigned may deduct lu as a coDtrQnjtlon wnen eom- putiat their uimme tax. the of i aotifled the of ctvUlin Sunday. Bowrver. ao aay be claimed for depredation of a hide. ruling related specifically to those ta the O 8 corps but the OOD Interpreted It ato to metntaen of the aircraft elvU air patroL tighten MTV. lew and appointed by or acting under tupervtiion Of a Kate or local gowrnaental tn include super- vUion of high school by Biiter of be Sept following of schedule the nm eight is who for ieveral yean has from a. to 13 noon and 1 IS the school and who will re- i.30 p. m Pw high tt AsMDg M the KhexsA made during last three u for to so that roodM fcVTV DOW ._ thlprl avnrf f ryr h-tj- DOW are their win the port- the of tht last ofsSwrLucille trT the fUTta Little. Offered SnnnCT SMdtaf New at St this glfUrt of tettl.ol completed for high of advmnesd and a tlon work during the summer Sister in Meretarlal tralntnc. study of tt- cent history aAd ftm aid instruction The tlemenury ceurn In the latter wtr. be taught in junior high achool while tht regular itudy will in conneetioti with btjlogy in high tchooi Sisters Srtfld Nortcn and Norma. who recently JAMESTOWN S D F Wjidaor. N D. and hinaeU with 33 rifle firm homt Mon- day mornini. to WUilam Stuumto county deputy work MAT- Utiivertlty in Milwaukee. A found SrhleIke'i body Noreen attended LOTM col- Wng near Schlelke tn Dubwjue. whert WM No rwjon for the enrolled la being In health by foreranwnt for Bunnrtt teachen of iecondary At of St Mary Huot. who iht had been ortgtaal progresdve Republican mumeO to him for mating eonventioa primary. Huot. and 63 The of coalition COB. Both described hun u an hus- ferenee coootilHew were flrrt ap- btnd Each jam had thousht proved Sunday by committee of from home for or four ig and then by the Demoeratlc dtyi each because of outi- On OOP coalttteB wmmittee Pred Aaadahl of Meeju taxi had married the O. B. fliU'ineM M Loua H. Meeks tn Vic- of Ormfid Ovcmr Brmatea ot B C Julv 14. Mn HUM Pasl Drew of Jamestown became his wife la sad W M. Smart of Moot. On Jwt 14. 1034 Democratk coalition commtttw uid wu John of irultt ehjip awl nn rxeellent Henry of Grand Letead Smith of S. O. Magel of Knea- and Thomas of Tne final werw for the of on of 18. ft 4 tttat this group wanted Ton TborfCD of Grand for attorney general aad former swrtary of Believe Windsor Man Killed Self for ttcrttary of ir Mr born m ADI IRTI to ihc ur.twi AUied Bailer Tobruk CAIRO- StatM bomb- in Mxidlt at- pd eact of Ma- and harbor and dock facilities Of U was OfiV must bf to of tnd 'irf t i it. was wrt for cl'.-lllan war work. 81 i br The an ooune at Khwl Mlnr on Moon 31 yews. SPAPERf   

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