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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Brainerd, Minnesota
my a Honey of a musical gets hissed Queen a Tho Long run Brood Way hit la Hor i wonderful my tic i uproarious fun i gorgeous girl i technicolor and terrific a Quot thro Mon on o Dot thank you i have sold my garage to the Rudbeck tire Supply and wish to thank my Many customers for their patronage during the past years. Page i Avo the Brainerd Dait y dispatch Brainerd. Minnesota saturday december 4, 1943 locals and personals services monday for Chas. Dahl former resident funeral services air scheduled to in held monday at 2 30 p. In. In the Bethany covenant Church for Charles Dahl Fot Mei resident Here for 25 years who died monday at Oakland. Calif. Rev. J. Edward pet Wili officiate and interment Captain h. W Longfellow of Camp Hale Colo., an ived in Brainerd today to visit at the w. Vav. Bane Home. He will return to Camp j tomorrow accompanied by his wife i the former Helen Bane and his baby daughter Linda. They will make their Home in Leadville Colo. J Erson will take place in Evergreen Ceme notice. Regular meeting degree t of Honor tues., dec. 7. Election of Dahl is survived by four sons officer. E. Crowden. Sec. Adv a Julius Minneapolis Elmer. Adolph mrs c c Van Essen and Gloria and Carl of Brainerd. Who will act the twin cities to a Quot pallbearers and three daughters. Mrs. Olga Balton and miss Ellen Dahl of Oakland and mrs. Paul Backstrom of Minneapolis j friends May Call at the Halvor son funeral Home from sunday noon until monday noon. The body Here from California left Friday for spend a couple of Days Ensign and mrs. P. F. Christianson have been visiting the past week Here with her Mother. Mrs. A. T. Fisher. They have gone to Pensacola fla., where he will con-1 was shipped t nue his duties As an instructor at for burial the a is i air base there before a coming to Brainerd he was stationed at Hollywood. Fla. Dance tonight service co. at armory let adv. Or. And mrs Louis Johnson left today for Minneapolis where they will visit Over the week end with friends and relatives. They will also two welfare office employees take exams to o members of the local county welfare office today wrote county Merit examinations for typist and stenographer respectively in Wel Iron Ore research Laboratory hell hath no fury like a scorned Hubby Isit in Excelsior before returning Fara work. The employees were be Home. Miss Betty Schaefer is expected to return to Brainerd this evening after spending a couple of Days in Minneapolis. Ona Dahl and Marilouise Buignet. Eyes. Including ocular muscle thoroughly examined by latest method. Or. Trotty adv 302tf mrs. A. H. Inman of Cross Lake left today for Long Beach Calif. To spend the Winter months. John Holling will leave sunday morning for Minneapolis where he will attend the Townsend convention. A Cheka card party monday night dec. 6. Iron each. Hall. A adv 103t2 miss Mildred Echo in has been visiting Here with her aunt. Mrs. Christine Sandberg and other rela fives and friends. She returned Friday to Het Home in Duluth. Nis Twa it. John a. Blatnik of the air com. Who has been stationed at Pyotr Texas will be a guest Over the week end of de Tom o Brien. By. Blatnik in the state senator of the Hibbing and Chisholm District. Dance at Reed s tavern sat. A adv. 103t2 in. Theodore Nesheim returned to Brainerd last night after spending the Day in the twin cities. Or. And mrs. Fred Olson have gone to the twin cities where they will meet their son corp. Melvin Olaon of the army air corps who was expected to arrive by plane at Wold Chamberlain Field this evening from Florida. They will visit there for several Days with another son Vernon Olaon and family before returning to Brainerd. Miss Peggy o Brien will leave thia evening for Duluth to visit Over sunday. Scoutmaster training course slated sunday the scoutmaster a training course for All scoutmaster troop committee men Merit badge counsellors and men interested in boy scouting is scheduled to be held at the Lowell school sunday at 9 30 a. In. John Lane assistant scout executive announced today. The meeting will be held in a one Day session and a recess will be declared at Church service time for attendance at religious services. The afternoon session will take the form of a panel discussion with those present participating. Frank ravage acting scoutmaster will preside. Will hold exams for fire truck Drivers an examination for file truck Drivers to serve the Brainerd fire department will be conducted dec. 15 it was announced today by the Brainerd file department civil service Board. The examination will be open to All voters bet Wen the Ages of 21 and 45 years according to j. Vav. Mraz Secretary of the braid. Physical examinations will accompany the examinations and successful candidates will be eligible for regular jobs on the City fire department. Morcomb wins eviction court Case Here Friday the Case of Beryl Morcomb is George Kingrey Crow Wing county residents Over an eviction attempt on the part of Morcomb was taken before District court Friday and settled in favor of the plaintiff Morcomb. Kingrey was reported to have tented a farm from a party who sold it to Morcomb and then to have i Al used to move. Mrs. Charles Mahlum accompanied James Mahlum to Minneapolis saturday where she visited several Days in the Home of her son and daughter. Glow is a went to Minneapolis the past week where she is now employed. Rev. Owen and family were thanksgiving Day guests in the Home of or. And mrs h. W. Johnson. Peter Bronner and John Stensrud attended the sea Hawks Minnesota football game saturday in Minneapolis. Robert and James Johnston who attend school at Crookston spent the thanksgiving vacation with their parents. The Church choir will meet for practice wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. Clarence Lind. The Dave Henderson family agent thanksgiving at the Home of mrs. St Naon and or Winifred Olson in Pequot lakes., or. Sutherland of Brainerd. Ray Luther. Dick Parka Victor and Pete Wallin returned with their Deer this week from the Northern part of the state. Mrs. Roger bean came up from Minneapolis wednesday to spend several weeks in her parental Home. Or. And mrs. Roy Leonard entertained at dinner thursday or. And or. George Woodling and or. And or. Walt Leonard. Eugene and Joan. The sunday morning Church service a conducted by two representative of the Gideon organization. Ralph Falconer and John Matson of Brainerd. Preceding the service Rev. And mrs. Owen Sang duet. Peter Bronner William Briggs and r. Hinde returned with their Deer wednesday from the Marcel Vicinity. Or. And or John Stensrud and Ruth Helen were guests thursday at a family dinner held in the Home of mrs Stensrud s sister or. Ben Olion of South Long Lake. Tech. Sgt. Cornelius Bronner who i stationed at Camp Berkley Texas visited several Days of his furlough this week with his Brothers Peter and Adrien. He accompanied or. And mrs. A. Bronner to Bain on monday to visit with his Parent there. Dinner guest in the Home of or. And or. John Stensrud Friday evening were or. And mrs. Willard Johnston James Robert and Peggy or. And mra. C. H. Hinde and or. And or. R. Hinde. A family Celebration was held the past week at the Home of or. And mrs. Oscar Wallin in Honor of mrs. Walling a birthday anniversary and that of their twin sons James Ernest and John Ellis whose birthdays also occurred or that Day. They were remembered with Nice gifts in recognition of the Day. Lunch was served to a Large family gathering. Or. And mrs. Fred Lester entertained at thanksgiving dinner the following guests miss Glace and Harry Hill miss Margaret Crowl f. W. Hanft William Rose and o. Kvein. Or. And mrs c. H. Hinde and family of Early Iowa who have spent the past week at the r. Hinde Home returned Home monday morning. Guests at the Home of i. And mrs. Charles Mahlum on thanksgiving were or. And mis. James Alderman and Betty of Brainerd mrs. Millicent v. Kelts of Aitkin James Mahlum of Minneapolis and Bert Mahlum of Brainerd. Rev. And mrs. Owen will assist with evangelistic meetings at the congregational Church in Backus beginning sunday december 6, and continuing through the week with the exception of monday. Rev. Glen Erickson pastor of the Church will conduct the meetings. Duluth plans for the establishment of a new non or research Laboratory centralizing the research activities of Oliver Iron mining co., Weie disclosed Friday by the Sale of the four Story Empress Coffee building in West Duluth. Purchase of the property from Stone of Dean Well company by the Oliver company for research purposes was confirmed by Leroy Salisch. President of the mining company. The new research facilities at Duluth will enable the Oliver com Pany to continue and intensify it pioneering program of research in the interest of general improvement of Lake Superior District Iron ores used by steel making subsidises of United states steel corporation. The company has been carrying on for Many years a program designed to study ways and Means of Impi Oving Iron ores currently being mined and to make experimental investigations of the concentration of lower Grade Iron or formation for future use. In addition United states steels research department Minneapolis a Joe Wilson 49, Minneapolis Mas under a suspended 80-Day workhouse sentence today for breaking into his estranged wife s Home and throwing her rationed foodstuffs on the floor. Judge Earl Lyons in staying Wilson a sentence for a year said �?~1 thought it was a woman scorned that hell hath no fur it i a Sherlock Holmes has mystery for police Hollywood us George Zucco who plays in Sherlock Holme. Stories on the screen today asked police to help solve the mystery of a portion of a human Skeleton found in his Yard. Preliminary investigation indicated the few Bones were those of a Man who had been dead for several months. Police said a few piece of clothing a watch and a pipe were found neat by. Zucco who has seen the Moat baffling mysteries solved on a Hollywood movie set said he was mystified. Aussies capture Jap stronghold at Kuranko n. G. Has conducted a Long Range program of Experiment with a View toward conservation of natural resources through greater use of Low her Grade Iron Ore. The building a four Story fireproof reinforced Concrete and Brick Structure with basement on grand Avenue Between 48 and 49th avenues West was originally built 18 year ago by Stone Ordean Well company for the. Coffee i n re 10 conference continued from Page i Rigi at Ion of the conference. The Ber Mills. It will be repaired and remodeler to meet requirement for Laboratory purposes. War continued from Page i planes attacked Bari causing some casualties and damage. Control areas the capture of of Ogna by the British eighth army put Montgomery a forces in film control of area nine or More Miles beyond the san Gro and within not More than 12 Miles of their major objective of Pescara Eastern terminus of a lateral Road to Rome they also had advanced to the outskirts of san Vito on the coast and captured Caroli which the germans fought hard to hold. A five Day struggle took place for Lan Ciano. A town of 10.000. The eighth Progress was described As a Good Quot by the communique. Nearer the Center of the line around Costiglione. Other eighth army forces drove up six mile in an apparent move to straighten out the trans Italy front and bring that sector abreast of the eighth advanced Poa Tiona closer to the sea bomb Hun cities the Royal air Force sprang fainting Man Euver on the germans which threw their defences off guard and kept the toll in the double barrelled blast at Berlin and Leipzig to 23 bombers barely half the number lost the night before Over Berlin. The big Bombei made a Bee line for Berlin and at the last moment swung against Leipzig 90 Miles Distant to Pound it with nearly 1,700 tons of explosives. The Light and speedy mosquitoes swarmed against Berlin to Stoke the fires left by the heavy attack 24 hours earlier. British coastal artillery fired 50 rounds at German shipping in the Strait of Dover in an Early morning action the import of which a not made Clear immediately. The germans replied with their naval guns sending shells into several towns in Southeast England. A a a a a a a a a a a a a Bugle notes. Our men and women in service % % conduct staff sgt. Roy medal l. Schellin flank germans Moscow up front dispatches indicated today that a mounting russian flanking threat May Force the germans to abandon the key White russian railway Junction of a Lohin and pave the Way for a soviet drive on Minsk. T the red army reached the Dnieper River on a Broad front some 18 Miles Northeast of a Lohin yesterday and were believed massing for a crossing in Force to sever the a Lohin mogilev Section of the odes be Lengi and Railroad. I he River normally freeze in this sector by dec. 12 and could be forced with ease Over ice. A crossing before ice Foini would be most difficult and presumably costly. Cutting of the Shlobin mogilev Railroad would leave the German Garrison Only the a Ailway to i Fisk Over which to flee a Lohin. Capture of Dovak. Junction of the to slave to brisk and Gomel Mogi lev highways crumbled the German defences Northeast of a Lohin and enabled the soviets to push on to the Dnieper and capture Sverchek. More than too towns and villages were engulfed by the soviet also yesterday As they slowly tightened their arc around Shlobin. Moving up the Roinel Shlobin railway one column seized Ralta Novka Only 13 Miles Southeast of Shlobin. In one area the German sought to halt the red army at previously prepared defences but met disaster when the russians attacked from the flank and killed 700 officers of Brainerd has been awarded the Good conduct medal for exemplary service As a Soldier in an eighth air Force heavy bombardment group in England. He is the son of or. And mra. Lout Schellin of route 6. S sgt. Schellin i an Aerial gunner and second radio operator on a flying fortress bomber. Transferred John Chadbourn of the army has been transferred from Camp Granite Calif., to fort Sam Houston san Antonio Texas. He is the son of or. And mrs. G. W. Chadbourn of Brainerd. Erd has been advanced in rating to Yeoman second Cia at the naval air training Center Pensacola fla., according to the Public relation office of that station. Miss Freer who reported to the a a Annapolis of the air Quot april 14, 1943. Received her Boot training at Iowa state teacher College Cedar fall. Iowa and enlisted in the Waves in Minneapolis. Dec. La 1942. She has been assigned to duty in the intelligence office. Edward r. Marshall of the Navy was recently promoted to a Petty officer rating of aviation radioman second class. He is Home on leave visiting his parents i. And mrs. W. W. Marshall of 510 g Street n. E. Edward enlisted in the Navy november 9, 1942 and a been stationed at the naval air station in Lakehurst n j. Commended pvt. Karl w. Turk of Crosby has been commended for i excellent performance of duty in action about october 15, 1943. In the Vicinity of Fontanna. Italy. Pvt. Turk of a radio team under heavy fire and disregarding his own personal safety left cover and assisted in carrying his radio to the Forward observer. He evacuated and gave first Aid to the wounded. W ave advanced Mary Jane Freer daughter of mrs. Genevieve Rodewald of brain Ard men wrecked eight tanks and 18 guns Ira test reports also placed the russians 12 Miles South and about 20 Miles Southwest of Shlobin. Roth attended National county agent meeting e. G. Ruth county agent has returned to Brainerd after attending the annual National convention of county agents association held at Chicago iu., As one of the two delegates who represented Minnesota. County agent from every state As Well As a representative of puerto Rico attended main addresses of the convention were presented by five agriculture officials James g. G. Patton president National Farmers Union Denver Colo. l. Wilson. Director of Extension Washington d. C. De of Neal president american farm Bureau federation Chicago in. Albert e. Goss worthy master National Grange Washington. D. C. Grover Hill association Secretary of the War food administration u s. Department of agriculture Washington d. C. An election of 1944 officers highlighted the meeting with e. D. Beck of Alice Texas elected As president of the association. 28 two Days after the conclusion of the Roosevelt Churchill Chiang a crush Japan Quot meeting at Cairo and ended yesterday. The three Heads of state conferred behind barbed wire and mine Fields. Berlin said. London sources believed military Dieu ions were confined largely j to formal approval of Anglo Ainer lean plans for an invasion of Western Europe at the earliest possible moment in conjunction with an intensified red army drive from the East and possibly a thrust into the Balkans to Speed their collapse. Balkan Rumor there have been repeated rumours that the allies were on the Point of invading the Balkan from newly captured ports on the Southeastern coast of Italy from Africa or from Cyprus with a possibility that Turkey May be drawn into the War under her Mutual Asa stance Alliance with Britain to provide additional bases for the assault. Nazi broadcasts have suggested that Gen. Sir Bernard l. Montgomery commander of Britain a eighth army now in Southern Italy attended the conference. However most observers were convinced that political discussions dominated the Tehran conference. Germ my a Balkan satellite already were so shaky that a joint communique or proclamation by the Quot big three Quot calling on them to surrender to escape that full retribution that awaits Germany could be expected to have sudden and far reaching effects. Hungary Rumania and Bulgaria previously have been reported extending peace feelers to the allies and informed source believed they a tand Leady to withdraw from the War at the first Opportunity. Allied Headquarters Southwest Pacific up a australian Force brought the japanese stronghold at Ware under close artillery fire today after capturing Kuranko a half Mil awl by. In their drive to Clear the enemy from new Guinea s Huon Peninsula. The attack went Forward As Allied planes ringed the Routh end of new Britain with new raids carrying ahead an Aerial offensive begun nov. 20 to smash Supply centers and fortresses on the invasion route toward Rabaul. Gen. Douglas Macarthur spokesman indicated the australian closely hacked by land guns and planes would require some time to Knock out Ware situated in the Heights to Miles North of Finach Hafen. Fighting was taking place at three Points on a two mile front from Ware to Ronga on the coast. Mitchells and marauders supported the attacking forces thursday by hitting Kan Lapidu just beyond bongs and other aircraft made harassing raid up the new Guinea North coast. A communique reported that american planes ripped at both the North and South coasts of the Western end of new Britain. Mitchell dumped 83 ton of bombs on the Borgen Hay area swooping Down to tree top Heights in the raids. Attack plane swept the coast above Borgen Hay from Alamo to Tamu Nisi islands. Medium bombers touched off big fires and explosions in a new raid on the South coast Ai drome at Gas Mata and air cobras strafed Cape birthing. To the Vitu islands North of new Britain and West of the big base at Rabat ii. A Liberator probably damaged a Tanker. Fifty seven tons of bombs were dropped by american planes on the Kara air drome and adjacent Ballate Island off the South coast of Bougainville in the Northern Solomons. And torpedo planes dive bombers and fighters strafed enemy position around the Empress aug Usta Bay beachhead. One plane was lost in All attacks. Including raids in the Buka area on the North. I funeral rites read monday for Pioneer resident funeral rites will he read monday morning at to o clock in the first methodist Church for John w. Sewell for 59 years a resident of Brainerd and Nisswa. Who died wednesday evening at the Home of his daughter mrs. Merrell in St. Paul. Or. Sewell was born in new Brunswick Canella in 1852. He is survived by seven children. Friend May Call at the Halvorson funeral Home until time for the services. Hagen garage sold to Rudbeck tire Supply Ivor Hagen owner of the Hagen Garnge on Maple Street announced the Sale of the garage today to the Rudbeck tire Supply. The sup ply management is scheduled to take Over monday. Would abandon link Washington Chicago Burlington a Quincy Railroad today asked interstate Commerce commission authorization to abandon 21.8 Miles of its Branch line from it. Ayr Iowa to Grant City to. During 1941, commercial fishermen of Quebec province Canada caught 24,553 Seal and 73 porpoise. Government threatens to withhold funds St. Paul the Federal government today notified Dean w. Schweikhard. State commissioner of education that it will not Grant the state it $500,000 annual appropriation for vocational education if or. Eugene Debs Carstater remained head of that institution. Failed to pay Alimony officer court Martiale san Francisco to la Ufi a capt. I Lindsay c. Howard wealthy san 1 Francisco sportsman and racing stable partner of Bing Crosby will be tried by an army court martial Here dec. 13 on charges of Quot conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman Quot in failing to pay i wife Alimony attorneys said today. A published in the Brainerd daily dispatch dec. 4, 1913. It notice or examination to truck Driver or a Raimurd tire department. City or Brainerd Minnesota All examination of candidates for the position of truck Driver in the fire department of the City of Brainerd will be held at the fire Hall. City of Brainerd on the 15th Day of december 1943, at two o clock a. M., and continuum until such examination a been completed. Thin examination will consist of written tests having a weight of 0 a a strength and agility test having a weight of 20, and an Oral interview hading a weight of 20fo. The specifications for the position of truck Driver and the minimum requirements for the examination As Well As application Blanks May be obtained from the City clerk s office cite of Brainerd. Minnesota. Application must he properly signed and filed with the Cliv clerk on or before december 12, 1948. Five of clock p. M., and must he accompanied by a prescribed medical report. Candidates Mav be summarily rejected at any time for a failure to meet any requirements b giving false information c past record of crime or disgraceful conduct d failure to pass health examination. By order of the fire civil service commission of City of Brainerd Minnesota. J. Pc Mraz Secretary. Dated this 2nd Day of december 19 3. Jal be a billow cab co. Phone 389 the vulcanization process without which we would have no rubber automobile tires today was discovered accidentally in 1839 Paramount Lait time. Tonight a Battle of russian plus Western a bad men of Thunder gup Quot plus a King of the mounties."�?25-1 in starts 11 34 p. Saturday then sunday monday and tuesday always 2ft-llc plus Yankee Doodle mouse and newest news reel
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