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Beach, North Dakota
April 27, 1950     Golden Valley News
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I$ THE BIG With its low find cost, low upkeep and Idoh rmle value Ford b the new standard of value. And In the recent /Aobilgas Grand Canyon Economy Run, Offlclal~ sup4e'vlsed by AJr~ '50 F~rd "Six" with Overdrive won the eoor.omy c~amplon~p of its dass.--the $ fu~ cc.~ In the Iow-prke Ih~L e PHONE 10 II I BEACH, N. DAK. Finding Board on May 21, 1943, reported to President Roosevelt that there was no need for an extra fireman on diesel locomotives. Again, on September 19, 1949, after a m3cond hearing on the union leaders' de- mands, amecond Board repo~ed to Presi- dent Truman that: "there presently exists no need for an additional fireman..,L upon either the ground of safety or that of efficiency and economy of operation." Safety Record of Diesels is Outstandinlily Good Although the railroads accepted the Board anding , the union leadem have bram them. 'they that a under current rules indicate that in the cab of road diesels. The proposal must be rejected." The real reason behind these demands is that the union leaders are trying to make jobs where there is no work. In other words, a plain case of "feather-bedding." The railroads have no intention of yield- ing to these wasteful make-work demands. Diesel-electric operation has been safer than steam locomotive operatic$..." Rememberl These are not statements of the railroads. They are just a few of the many similar conclusions reached by PTe~d" dent Truman'e Fact Flndin~ Board wblCB spent monthe lnvesfl~attnli the daJ[n~ of the union leaders. ii We are p~ ~ and other adv~ta to talk to you ~ bind about matte~ which are ~t to e~bocbr. ~r