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November 18, 1943     Golden Valley News
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THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS ~0LUME NUMBER 8 BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, "NOVEMBER 18, 1943 NUMBER 8 has outlined a set of fire preven- tion suggestions with the state- ment that safety from fire goes hand_in_hand with efficient heating. In order to avoid trouble with heating equipment, the Chief re- commends precautions for everyone who operates a stove or furnace. First, the unit should be cleane~ thoroughly every year and kept in good repair. In checking equip- ment, look for worn, broken or rusted parts and replace them. Fi Chi f W re e urns The Beach High School held one FAi~;i hour services in memory of the Winter signing of the peace treaty on list H d INOvember 11th' 1918 Of the first azar s World War. Several old war songs were given. Two young ladies gave [a musical number, accompanied, by As winter approaches, fire losses tWalter Hubble at the piano. Rev. SOar upward indicating that faulty]Roberts gave a talk on some of his heating installations arc a prime war experiences of 1914-18. Mrs. factor in causing many dangerous Stutsman was in charge of the fires. Fire Chief Henry Wojohn program --'V'~ Mrs. Philomalec Dies Thursday November 11th Mrs. Rose Kurkowski Philomalee was born in Greenville, S. D., No- ~ember 29th, 1894 and passed away at the Johnstone Memorial Hospi- This check-up should include an tal in Beach Thursday morning, inspection of smokepipes which ~November llth, at the age of 48 may have become rusty or sagging, i years, 11 months and 18 days. Any holes or open joints are dan- She came to Wibaux, Mont. with gerous, as sparks may fly out and her parents in 1910. About six ignite burnable material. If smoke- years later she moved to Fargo Pipes are in poor condition, new l with her first husband, Joe Enos. ~)nes should be installed and the In 1923 her husband died. She S'Sgt. Miller Gets Chief recommends that they be then worked in Fargo for several Placed at a safe distance from years until 1929, when she married Ai Med 1 d 9 Combustibles, or that such materials Harry Philomalee of Fargo.On r a an be protected with sheet asbestos April 7th, 1943 she came to Beach or metal with an air space be- to stay with her mother a:hde Oak Leaf Clusters tween it and the material to be daughter, remaining here until t Protected. time of her death. -- o,or, Chimneys ~Iso should be checked She leaves to mourn her loss, one Deciding that life as a 1~ in ~ace a year. Clean out the soot daughter, Mrs. Cyril Odenbaugh the Department of Justice in and look for cracks and holes of Beach, four grandchildren, one WashingVon was a little quiet with through which sparks might es- ~tepdaughter of Fargo, her mother, a war going on, Staff Sergeant cape. Additional precautions are: three sisters and three brothers, Roy G. Miller, 28, of Port Jervis, Place hot ashes a safe distance Mrs. Lloyd Bucl~ngham and Mrs. enlisted in the Air Corps and has from the heating plant; do not Andrew Florek, both of Minnesota, now completed 50 bombing mis- permit accumulations, i Mrs. Steve Zabrocki of Miles City, signs as a ball-turret gunner on Everyone should recognize the Mont.' Matt Kurkowski of For- a B-17 Flying Fortress. :need of special efforts in this war- [syth, Mont., Ted Kurkowski of "I'll never forget the first ~aid .time winter to conserve fuel and Bismarck, and Pvt. Win. Kurkowski on Rome," states Sgt. Miller. ' We avoid preventable fires. Heating of Los Angeles, Calif. Her father were told to hit nothing but the plant fires sweep With Incredible and one brother, Thomas, killed target and boy I worried about it .speed through the heart of a in World War I, preceded her in all the way there. From my upside house, often trapping and bringing death, down position I can get a good ~wift death in the middle of the Requiem High Mass was read view and when I saw those bombs nlght to sleeping occupants. Now by Father Hake Friday morning tearing up railroad tracks, I knew is the time to avoid this tragic at 10:00 o'clock, at St. John's we had completed a good job." fate in your home--before it is Church in Beach. Sgt. Miller enlisted in the Air late. ~V---------.~ --.V-~ Corps, May 15, 1942, and following Men D'schar d No Quarantine in a period of training at Tyndall I Field, Fla., he was awarded the 1 ve B,each Stockyards silver wings of an aerial gunner. From ArmyCan' He immediately entered operational t The uncertainty of shipping fa-!training and on January 9, 1943, cilitles, due to the fact that ship- left for foreign service, via the Uniforms l pershave not been able to get Southern route to North Africa. cars, and markets flooded with His first mission was to Sousse, " ~ [ lightweight hogs, has helped to Tunisia, March 25, when the For- start many unealled for and un- tresses raided Axis shipping in the i Rrig: Cert. Heber L. Edwards,] founded rumors relative to local harbor. state director of Selective Service, marketing. One of these rumors His combat record has earned recently gave out the following in- has dealt with the Beach stock- him the Air Medal and nine Oak formation, after receiving several yards and this to the effect that Leaf Clusters. inquiries from the local boards on the yards were quarantined. Staff ~ergeant Miller is the son information relative to the wear- lug of a military uniform. There has not been any sickness, of Frank Miller, who operated a He said members of the armed of livestock in the yards, neither livery barn in Beach in 1912, and forces may wear their respective have they been under quarantine, was born here, leaving here at uniforms from the place of release states Jack Ballard, local hog buyer the age of three. He is a nephew to their home, or their first point who o.perates yards at Beach, Wl- of E. V. Miller of Beach. of employment. The wearing of the baux. and Baker. Neither has ---V-- uniform thereafter is prohibited by there been any losses of any kind. !PAST WORTHY MATRON, law except that it may be worn by The car shortage last week made lPATRON, MEETING HELD released men while attending re- it impossible for Mr. Ballard tor cc~mized ceremonies which have a ship out ~ large number of hogs Past Worthy Patrons and Past :military nature such as Memorial on hand, and it also made it ira- Worthy Matrons night was observ- and Armistice Day parades, possible for him to buy lightweight ed by the local chapter of the wearing of insignia of rank, hogs. t Eastern Star Tuesday evening, No- -~ranoh of service and other lnsig- Ballard advises farmers to hold vember 9th at a banquet given in :nla designating military qualifica- their light weight hogs, and not'the Chapter dining room by the lons, or any distinctive part of the under any circumstances should~ present officers. After the banquet lmiform, cannot be worn by any- they bring any hogs into town'the Past Worthy Matrons and Pa- ine except those in military serv- unless they call him by telephone!trons put on the work for the :ice or when they are worn with beforehand. Light-lights and feed-i evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Shipman ,the uniform upon authorized oc- er pigs are not wanted at any of Towner, mother of Fred Ship- ensigns, price. An embargo has been plac- man of Beach, was a visitor. Mrs. ~V ed on all shipments to the ter- Shipman has been a member of F.1 hligh ainais, the order for 52 years. More as t Batteries For ! .... N. D. Farmers Manufacturers o----f-flashlight bat-i teries have been directed to distri- bute approximately 20 percent of their fourth quarter production to farmers, the War Production Board has announced Purpose of the directive is to make flashlight bat- teries immediately available to farmers throughout the country to assist them in the care of young Stock during the winter months. Manufacturers are directed to al- locate specific numbers of batteries a~aong farm distribution outlets on the basis of past Purchases or ~ther equitable methods. The directive does not change 'operation of preference ratings in any other particular and "AAA" and certain other orders are not affected. F~IERS SHOULD GET .THEM BY DECEMI~R IST Parmers who Wish to get their THEY CONTINUE TO ADVANCE "beaver trapping permits, should get them by December 1st by ap- Plying to the State Game and Ccmml~au. HI, SERVICE MEN! : News Notes of the ' " 'Golva Community This week the Harley Salz- | man Post No. 5 of the a | American Legion of Golden ~DuringPast Week ~ralley county made arrange- i merits with the publishers of a the Golden Valley News to a a Julius Larsen and daughter spent send the home town paper n a to you boys in the service =a Saturday in Beach. for another six months, i The Misses Connie Carew, Jean e With the advance in prices ~ Orstad and Betty Larsen spent Saturday in Beach. and the three hundred and a Mrs. Johnny Fischer made a a some odd service men receiv- |!trip to Beach Tuesday with Mike ing the Golden Valley News a Schwagel. i it has been quite a drain on the Post's annual income, but ! Wendel Nistler returned from i we are more than glad to ~ I Fargo Tuesday, where he spent a r few days, returning with a new car, do ~.at we can here at home | Otto Johnson left the pa~t week and feel assured that your ~ for California, where tm ptan~ to I efforts are being appreciated, i n Any comments will be more a spend the winter. i than welcome. Just address i T. M. Leverson was in Golva Friday morning, straightening out a your letters to the Comman- ~ trouble for the Golva Telephone der, American Legion, Beach, e i North Dakota. i Exchange. i a Mrs. Lawrence ~chultie has been . Let's hear from you boys. i ~, ..................... .~ in the Dickinson hospitaI the past week and was to have an operation Friday. Mrs. Bill Nickolos of Miles City Farmers To Make visiting at the home of her uncle and aunt, Dunke and Flora I Rp Grain Farmers ncome e orts second Lieutenant Ed. Wosepka and bride, the former Gloria Rose, ~ ~ . ]LIP , ]~ .... L~- "~ are visiting h~re for,a few days Must becure l-y l.ft[~q[~l][l]L~l" .l[.~ during' Lieut. Wosepka s furlough. Reinhardt Fischer and Victor ]L'~ | I -- Bares spent the past week at the m obs H HPerry, collector of internal z_~ ~ ~ ~ - revenue, desires to bring to the Orstad ranch, helping ride for l attention of all farmers of, North cattIe. Many of the otm folks of this Declaring that 'public sentiment i Dakota that in the Current Tax Y g ' Gun sin 4 community attended the Armistice will not harbor robust, y g, -IPayment Act of 19 3, Sec. 5 (re- . gle men in idleness for five months fers to the "Current Payment of Jaance in Sentinel Butte Thursday ~while fathers are being inducted tax not withheld at source") is of mght. into the service,' Brig. Gem Heber particular interest to ~he farmers. Mrs. Karnes Johnson spent a L. Edwards, head of the state selee- It states as follows: "In the case few days visiting with her parents, rive service, ,,Tuesday issued a sharp of an individual whose estimated Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Clartn, the warning to 'purely grain farmers" gross income from farming for lpast week. --now deferred--that they must the taxable year is at least 801 Mr. and Mrs. MaJerius made a find immediate employment in es- percentum of his total estimated ltrip to Dickinsun Tuesday, seeing sential food production or be re- gross income from all sources for about some trouble Donald was i classified into I-A. the taxable year in lieu of the having With his tooth. In announcing that local boards time prescribed in section (58d) Mrs. A. E: Scheffer, Mrs. Schou- ,,s~_.n will reclassify into I-A, these the declaration for the taxable boe and Mrs. Oearey were visitera 'purely grain farmers," Gen. Ed- year may be made at any time]at the Covert home Tuesday~after- wards said "we want to keep our on or before the 15th day of the noon. experienced young farmers for last month of the taxable year". I T. M. Leverson and Scottie Don- grain raising again next year for In other words, farmers are re-]aldsn were in Golva Sunday in- re stallin new tele hone wires in we will need them badly if we are qul d to file Form 1040-ES on] g P r the terminal to meet our production goals, or befo e December 15, 1943, pro-] "Let us therefore police ourselves viding their gross income, if single, The train to Golva had a ~w to avoid public reaction which is $500 and, if married, $624. I passengers Iast Friday. Scott~ A remlttan e Donaldson transacted business b~ might change our present system c in full for the ...... of farm deferments." amount due must accompany the tween trains and Anton Schill~ Several fields of temporary es- Declaration, and be in the office made a trip to Beach. sentlal jobs are open to grain of the Collector of Internal Reve- Mr. and Mrs. Weinreis were Sun- ~ ~ i farmers, Gen. Edwards said, citing nut, Fargo, North Dakota or a day dinner guests at the George specifically packing plants, which deputy collector on or before De- Gearey home last week, and Mr. .need extra men for the next l~ur cember 15th. and Mrs. Leo Rising spent Sunday months to care for the extra hog There will be no additions to visiting there. run; poultry processors; the live-l the tax if the estimated declara- Lieut. Wosepka and wife, Mr. and i~ stock trucking industry; the rail-1 tion filed on December 15, 1943 Mrs. Elmer Ralsler and Mr. and roads. ' ]discloses that the taxpayer is with- Mrs. Homer Madison were dinner Stockmen, too, he added, are in ]in 66 2-3% of the correct amount t guests at the Martin Schillo home [ Saturday. 1 Little Johnny Nlstler was taken desperate need of help as are lig- of tax due, as shown by the re- nite operators--"a field which can- turn filed on or before March 15, to the Beach hospital Tuesday of not be stressed too much." 1944. Registrants are cautioned to get Forms 1040-ES were mailed out last week, because of convulsions a permit from their local board I of the collectors' office in Fargo suffered during school. He is much before they transfer to non-agricul-[to every person who filed an in- Improved r, ow and will be back tural occupations, t come tax return for the year in school soon. V '1942. The collector's office in Fargo Mr. and Mrs. Willie Zeller of LEAVE FOR INDUCTION or any deputy collector's office Wolf Point, Mont. ~tre the parents throughout the state will supply of a 3 lb. 4 oz. baby girl, born The following boys from Golden additional forms, as requested. All November 7. Mrs. Zeller is tho Valley county left Monday for the deputy collectors located in Grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe induction station at Fort Shelling: Forks, Devils Lake, Mlnot, Willis-Hartse of Golva. Dale Hathaway, volunteer; Byron ton, Dickinson, Mandan, Bismarck, Golva Hi has been busy the past Seely, volunteer; Clifford Easton, Jamestown, Valley City, Ellendale week getting ready for the big Henry Allen, Roger Muggli and and Wahpeton as well as those in dance they are going to give on H. Bjorn Venaas. the main office in Fargo, wlll tNovember 23. A large crowd is . gladly and without charge assist expected and ~ots of fun. A has,, ~:/~;~ --.V-- in the preparation of this form. ketball game with Sentinel Butte -~ All livestock slaughtering per- We urge all farmers to be sure will be played before the dance, = mlts, other than by a livestock and file this declaration on or V " raiser for his home consumption, before December 15th in the office require government permits. Per-of the Collector of Internal Reve-1Ul~me L~t For mits are issued by local USDA war hue, Fargo, or any of the deputy boards, collectors stationed throughout the state, as to avoid all ditio 3hens xtenoed to the tax imposed by this Act. --'V" Homemakers Club An extension of the time limita- tion on other than farmer and Meets Nov. 3rd rancher purchases of shotgun and rifle ammunition was announced The PleaSant Valley Homemakers by northwest War Production Club of Wibaux county held its Board officials, in an effort to en- regular meeting at the L C. Zeils- able manufacturers to fabricate and doff home November 3. A delicious wholesalers to distribute their alo dinner was served at noon to 13 lotments. : members, their families and four The valid date for purchases of visitors, shotgun and rifle ammunition is The business meeting was called advanced from November 15 to to order by the president, Mrs. G. December 31, 1943, according to Hathaway. After the usual rou- the order now in effect. The am- tint of business the club voted to munition referred to covers the donate five dollars to the National 82,500,000 shotgun shells and 12,000,, War Fund. Plans were then made 000 cartridges made available aa for a Thanksgiving party to be a supplemental program to harvest held at the Glen Hathaway home game and destroy predatory on Saturday evening, November 27. animals. The names of Mrs. Leslie Baird, Production of this ammunitiont Mrs. Ray Zabel and Mrs. Orville according to WPB officials, has Ross were added to the member- been slower than anticipated, With ship list. Mrs. R. H. Welsh pre- a consequent shortage of stocks sented contests which were won on the retailers' shelves. All raw by Mrs. E, Zeilsdorf, Mrs. Harry materials have now been delivered Hubble and Mrs. Rex Simmons. to the five ammunition companies The next meeting will be held in the country, and it is expected at the Harry Hubble home on De- that shipments under the program cember 1. Will be accelerated shortly, With ---V~ retailers receiving the shells and That secret weapon that Hitler cartridges in ample time to allow claims ~ermany is ready to launch hunters quotas before expiratic~ of might prove to be something Within local hunting seasons. the German people themselves. Now get the shells? ITALY--The road already cleared of mines, Allied soldiers jam a long column o~[ jeeps that head for the fighting lipes. This party was one of the ~l~st to engage enemy troops in the battle on the Italian mainlanE~! ............ Bureau of Publl~ Re~ ~o S. War Department PREPARIN~ FOR ASSAULT ON ITALY--& fleet of LST boats at the dockside at Palermo, Sicily, have their bows open to receive a U. S. Infantry division to make an amphibious landing. Barr~e balloons hovering overhead are for protection against air attacks. Jeeps~ tanks and trucks am well u men are easily loaded and unloaded through the huge bow openings.