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March 10, 1938     Golden Valley News
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,'{ PAGE 2 The Golden ValleyNews [weather was ~ery cold and blustry . when they left Oolva. They encounter- A continuation of The Beach Advance and The Beach Revmw I ed no car trouble not even a flat tire, 1 " D.A. Wallace, W. R. Bratton, and H. E. Enderlc. | which was indeed lucky. Editors and Publishers | Mr. and Mrs. Homer Madison, Mr.i ............... "~-----~--- -" ~^--~ North Dakota ~ and Mrs Bud Haigh and Elmer Raisler ! A weexiy pUD|lSnea every lnur~uuy ~ Dv~n, " I ........ :" ---**-- ^* *~'^ D^stoffice at Beach |went to Dickinson Thursday for theI inheres as secona cross mal~2~L~*" ~2-~ :u .... 3 1897 ' basket ball tournament returning home North Dakota. October % 1~b, unaer me ac~ ox ~arcn , Advertising rates furnished upon request t Subscription price $2.00 in No. Dak., Minn., Mont., and So. Dak. Elsewhere $2.50 - _-__ - - -- =-- ==-=- ]iLls well that we have an everncrea~- VIE-WS ,tug number of initiated measures to be ]voted on at each election, providing ] that the voters acquaint themselves Of The | with the propo~ measures so as to Week's News (This column is an experiment with the News. It is written by a local columnist. The opinions ez- pressed therein n~y or may not square with those Of the publish- ere. If our readers llke this col- umn, they are welcome to let us know, as it will help to determine whether or not we will make it a 1 egular feature.) $ $ $ Again the season of polflie&l conven- ~ is upon us. The first one of any m~mtnde ~ into ~ last ~state conv~Aon of the Non- League of North 3~kota, Lang~ flavored. The platform sounds great. Regardless of ~wthing that may be sam tor or s4~mst that particular faction, they put tl~ir best foot for- ward wh~ they endorsed John N. ~q~an for governor. He is one of the Smn~athe~ of the isaac, ~nd has a man ~ ~. The P.ep~an lm~ was aDln ehc~n for a veh~k. and Bm Lex~r, u en~k~s~ far the Untied 8term Situate. will ~sk Senator NYe f~ an secount o~ h~ stewardsh~. The matatt should be about as inter- esttng as a hsa~t title bout. s $ o First to deflnite~ announce his can- d/daey for the governorship is ~. P. 8tone of Fargo, who ~ few weeks ago announced that he will make a try for the Democrs~lc nomination, and will be on the ballot regardless of whether or not he gets the endorsement of the party mazhinery. Who remem- enable them to vote intelligently. * s $ "Coming events cast their shadows before them." And thus another meas- ure to be voted on at the June primary is already bearing fruit. It is sponsored by the North Dakota Taxpayers Asso- ciation, and provides that no member of the state legislature can hold any appointive state Job for the duration of the term for which he has elected. It has been customary in re- cent years for legislators to be given Jobs, and luerative ones, In some de- partments of state. It made it so much easier for a governor to hold his leg- hflature in llne. 2~ney~had to do his bidding if they llke their Jobs. The case here referred to is over in Dtvtde county, where a member of the legis- Mture has been one of the big shots in the highway department. A news- paper ~ccount of the recent Divide county convention says that this legis- lator-Jobholder declined an endorse- ment to a~n become a can~lidate. ~e ~ that the voters are pretty sure to adopt the proposed measure, and so he dldn% want to disqualify himself from holdtn~ his really paying JOb. II ALPHA Too Late For I~st Week Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sonnek and family, M. B. Hogoboom and Maurice were Sunday dinner guests at the Nick Gamroth home. Mrs. John Cau~fower of Beach spent last week yisiting her uncle, Len hers Stone? He was a candidate for the Meyers. \~ U. ~ Senate about ten years ago on an ~ ....... " ~ e Mr" d ~i~ Carl O tremb~ ~ an anti-Prohibition pta~torm. Tn visttors in v r th ..... ~'~ Is" act ]~ch\0 e ......... presumed virtues of the Vo ~ Mr and Mr~. Ed~ ~htn~ ~,~ ~ nch " -~ ~ ......... ~ ........ " were still more or less firmly entre - ~ .......... ~'~YY~'_" .... -- . ,~ ........ Jay wuxe ~uiloa]~ V~LWdD~S az; ][.~oule JL~rew- ea m me pubnc mma, ana tstone was niaks. ~ ~ \ Just a few jumps ahead of what was m Mr and Mrs. ~. ~ r~m~ot~ w~re follow. His present declaration of prin-1 Golva visitors ~t,,r,:~'~ ....... { c~ples as a candidate include a UC-] ~vr o~ ~,~ wm ~,,~,,~ ~,,~ ~ ,~ t tt~ of ~I in state Kover~.ent' !fly of Beach ~pent Sunda~ with Mr I the civil service method of selecUng!and Mrs Chas~O'tre--ba ~ and promoting them, tax exemption I ~e ~pha ~i~d~ Ciub was enter-I for resident owners of small homes tai:-:d at a on~o'cl k din -- -- or t o~ ner Tnurs~ay and farms direct taxation for w k- b- ~ Llo ~B " -- .............. ,__ ._., ....... fo.~ y~. y~ ~ ury, severa~ memoers -- tore rather than -litical o- ! .-~ ~, ~. ,v~ ~.xm~, m~r. ~uca po ppor-, tenth. tun~ts" to control higher edtmatianalI Loule Drewniak was a caller at the institutions, more stringent liquor con- p. j. Hagen's home Saturday. trol, $'/5 ~ month pension to needy residents over 65 years of age and In the state more than 25 years. The ideas ~ " ~ - - = ~ -~ -- THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS Saturday night. Prof. Forest Owens accmpanied the1 basket ball boys to Dickinson Thurs- day to play in the tournament. Miss Edna Peter son was a week i end visitor with friends in Golva. The friends of C~nton Doubles werei pleased to see him~tble to walk aroundI town in Beach a)ffter his long illness{ in the hospit%l ~t Ft. Lincoln in Bis- marck. [ The Old tim~ dance put on by thei men of St. Mary~ church Monday night[ last week was we~ a~ded and old as~ well as young rep~ted ~ fine time. Miss Adellne Schoube ~of Ollie is a guest at the Frank Sch~ube home. Mr. and Mxs. Bert Cogert entertain- ed the Whist club Satt~day night an~ a most enjoyable time was had. I~- liclous refreshments were served. / H. M. Funk and L. |D. Page ~ere visitors Friday. ~ / Mr. and Mrs. Victor\Tohmp~bn of Beach were Golva vlsltor~ on Sunday. Mrs. Bert Covert, MrS. JUl~ Lar- sen, Mrs. John l~scah~r s~d MrS. Prank Kreltinger were g~est~ of Mrs. Schouboe at the Sunshtue~ll~er Wed- needay. -J Trytn~ to Wipe Out Our Fanatical Blue J.~ws! This is One of the Many Intere~ Features Al~esrlng in The WI~K~Y the ~s with Next SUNDAY'S CMIC&GO ll~RALD AND NO~ICE TO CONTRAG~PORS STATE HIGHWA~ CONSTRU(TglON 1. Proposals for the construction of a State Highway on U.S. Route No. I0, Sentinel Butte East will be re- ceived by the State Highway Com- missioner in the offices of the State Highway Department at Bismarck, N. Dak., not later than 9:30 o'clock A.M., March 30, 1938, at which place and time they will be publicly open- ed and read. ~ 2. The proposdlstl~ must be mailed to or otherwise~deposite~ with the State Highway I~epartmefilt at Bis- marck, N. Dak., ~tnd shaft be sealed and endorsed "Pr~posal~or constru- cting a State ~Ilgh~y Sentinel Butte I~ast. Federal Ai~ Project No. 307A Reop., in~ G~Iden Valley County". ~7 3. A certified che~ckIfor 5 percent, ,Id~@rs b~ heX4~ross each together with a bl~ bond in the full amount of the sum bid, must accompany proposal. All certified checks shall be drawn on N. Dak, Banks. and will be cashed by the Commissioner. and said cash will be returned to the successful bidder upon filing of an approved contcact bond. 4. ~ontemp~ed work consists oz 11.996~iles o| ~rading, gravel base, Bitumii~us Sd~f~(elng road improve- ment In~Ivin~[ ~proximately: .... ~dfttg~ Contraet 3976~0 C. Y: ~nci~ssified Excavation; 452374 C. Y, S, Overhaul; 209 C, Y. Rlprap; 1 No. Concrete Monuments; 1670 L. F Wire RoDe Guard Rail (Single); 26400 L. F. Remove and Reset Park fence; 2100.5 L. F. Re- lay Pipe; 390 L. F. 18" C. M. P.; 1318 L. F. 15" P~ C. Pipe; 748 L. F. 21" R. C. Pipe; 416 L. F. 27" R. C. Pipe; 470 L. 1~. 80" R. C. Pipe; 124 L. F. 36" R. C. Pipe; 74 No. Head- walls; 5000 C. Y. L~nclassifled Struc- tural Excavation; 3.128 M. B. M. Untreated Timber: 90.036 M. B. M, Treated Timber; 556.88 C. Y. Class "A" Concrete; 61896 Lbs. Reinforcing Steel; 120 L. F. Furnish and Deliver Contract 5539S Tons Stabilized Gravel Base complete in place; 126242 Gal. Bi- tumen SC-2 (Tackcoat) complete in place; 132SS Tons Combined Aggre- gates; 164771 Gal. Bitumen SC-7 for mix; 40523 Gal. Bitumen RC2 with sand for sealcoat complete in place; Stock PJIe~ 180 Tons Combined Aggregates; 2232 Gal. Bitumen SC7 for mix. Gravel Base--Machine Mix Method Bituminous Surfaclng--lRoad MIx, Traveling Plant or Stationary PLant Mix Methods. Note: The Contractor will be permit- ted to tie the grading contrac~ an'~ the gravei~base and bituminous sur- facing cot~tract on FAP 307A to NRH 307B (1935). He may tie the grading contract for FAP 307A and NRH 307B (1935). The gravel base and bituminous surfacing contracts for FAP 307A aad NRH 307B (1935) are tied. / ~ 5. Copies of/the l~t~sal blanks may be ~obta~hed $~rom the State Highway.( Dep~rtmellt at Bismarck, N. Dak. k~Plans andfltpecificatlons are on file ~n the division office of the State Highway Department at Dick- inson, N.]~ak., and the office of the State Hi~(hway Department at Bis- marck, N. Dsk., and also at the office of the ~ounty Auditor in the County wherel~n the project or pro- Jects are located. 6. All bidders are invited to be present at the opening of the pro- posals. 7. The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals, to w~tive tech- nicalities, or to accept s t~'h as m~y be determir~ed to be fqCr the best interests of ~the County ~nd State. 8. Bidder~ must bid fin aH ~tcms contained in[the propos~tl blank. Any bid or bids[received fg'r any number of items le[ss than those contained in the prol~osal blal[k wil be con- sidered as i[rregular]and rejected as such. l / 9. "The a~tention/of bidders is dir- ected to th4 SpeCi/Ll Provisions cov- ering sublet|lag o~ assinlng the con- Materials.tract and t~ thf use of Domestic '*The mi fl~'nu~i wage paid to all skilled lab ,~ o$ this project shall be not less |h~4h eighty cents (80C) per hour~orWage "Tbe mini: paid to all intermediate employed on this project shall be not less than sixty- s DIFFERENCE ~e TELEPHONE MAKESI When the weather is b~d .~. TELEPHONE Wl~m\ ?u teel lonesome / ..\T E P H O N E you ~:an~ in~orm~on .. TELEPHONE When you want to save time ... TELEP,ONE made last year to brh~ the entire ed- ucat~aal system under political dmn= 1nation, it was thought high time to call a halt. It may be all right to kick out a few mc~sbacks even in the school system, when tl~ey get too bad- ly into a rut, but as ~ general practice, tt could only have a ruinous effect if poetical football was made ~of the educational facilities of the state. $ S And speak~g of the Inlt/atlve sys- tem of passing new legislation in North Dakota. It seems that this direct me- thod of a vote by the electorate of the state has resulted in about the only worthwhile legJs~tlon passed in North "Dakota in recent years. Leg~ation of a deatrable nature ,has a habit of fall- h~ short of passage by a few votes when put before the regular lawmaking ~. The ~ is Obvious. If a proposed legislative measure is intend- ed to curtail the power of the admin~- istrat/ou, it hasn% a chance. Pollt/c- tans ~ealously guard their power, and seek to ever increase it rather than to diminish it. If le~t~n is mtt~duced wl~h would result in more ecomm~oal ~tration of alfa~ In same de- ~t ~ s~te or it, ~ sub- dt~UdomS ~t is ~ated to tt~gh by that grtm~ ~ WORm ~ ~ ~ ~d ~ t~ inpmm ~mam~. ~ \ 16" Diam. Treated Timber Piles; 120 ~il {~ are in llne with n~tlonal progTes~ve GOINA ~, F. Driving 16" T. Timber Piles; * J~ 0fl'~ ~.VO (I i 1930 L. F. Furnish and Deltver Std. ~.elephon~ 4op in at the pr~ciple,5, If that's what they Want. .......... _ ] I I I Treated Timber Piles; 1930 L. F. Driving Std. Treated Timber Piles; telephone'b~ce ~or inlet- , *, * I Hubert 6tchmit~ went to Dickinson 2 No. MO, Ve Buildings; 2 No. Remove .... ~Brotherhood Day' was observed at Friday for medical treatment. Satur- Old Structure; 3 No. Construct and marion about service. 1~o on s recent Sunday. A throng day morning he submitted to an oper- CrossingMaintain TemporarYRemeve PortionDetUrof andold oz over a mousana pee~e crowded the ation for auvendlclattes, and Is now~ wing wall and wing footing; _-1 high school auditorium to listen to ad-~ ~ettin~ along~as well as can be expect- Gravel Ba~e dk BJtumJn~as Surfacing th '---- -- dresses by a Ca olic bishop, a Jewish ed..His many friends hope for a speedy l ~aOw~dY~A~w~V~r'A~ra~a~ffaOrA~af~radff'~~~-, --~ --. spoke on the common cause of pro-~ Theodore Mar~an~ was a Glendlve " . meting religious tolerance and stamp-visitor Saturday. ~