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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
May 12, 1938     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1938 tHE GOLDEN VALLEh NEW~ Page !POLITICAL SNOIINC[M[NTS_ For Sheriff I hereby annou:-zce myseli as a can- didate for the office of sheriff of Gold- en Valley county. I have been a resi- dent of the county for the past thir- ty-two years and for many years a taxpayer. Having had some previous experience in this line of work, I be- lieve myself well fitted for the office. If elected I promkse to fulfill the duties of the office to the best of my ability without fear or favor. Your support at the June primaries will be deeply appreciated. RAY L. ZINSLI To The Voters I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Register of Deeds, Coun- ty Judge, and Clerk of Court. Having served you eight years as County Judge and Clerk of Court and ha the combined office for nearly' four Years, I feel that wtth this experience I can give you efficient service, I trust my services have been satis- factory in the past and that I huve earned your confidence in the future continuance thereof. I will appreciate Your support at the June primaries. If nomhiated and elected, I pledge myself to continue to do my best to serve YOU, and will devote my undivid- ed time to the duties of the, office. --A. E. KASTIEN. For States Attorney Announcing that I will be a can- dklate for nomination and reelection as State's Attorney, thank~g the Voters for pa~t favors and hoping to merit their further confidence and sup- lmrt. OLT' LEE For Sh,eriff TO THE VOTERS OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY: I hereby anounce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Golden Valley County, having been a resident and taxpayer In the County for thirty years, I feel that my standing among the }eople is pretty well known. If nominated and elected I pledge mYSelf to fulfill the office without fear or favor and devote my undivided time to the duties be}offing to that offi~e I trust that I n~rit your canftdenc and wtll greatly ~ppreciate your vote at the coming Pr~sxl~ In June. NEHLS For Sheriff As a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Golden Valley County, I respectfully solicit the suppor~ of the voters at the Primary election June 28th During the four years as deputy F~r Sheriff land 4 years as sheriff I previo~ly ~r- red. it was my cons,~ant aim to carry~ I have serv:~ as chief deputy under nut the duties of the office with e Howard Stockwell for the l~ast two minimum amol~n~ of turmoil, an equal years, and now wish t2 announce mY ismatl proportion of expense to the! candidacy for nomina'ion for sheriff, public which loots the bill, and yet l of Golden Valley county. I would ap- consistent %dth the proper enforcement preciate your vote and support at the of the .~pirit and in~en~ of the law. If primary election June 28th, and if nominated and elected to this import-I elected I will continue serving consci- ant office I pledge myself to resumeI entiously the duties of this office, and continue these policies. GLENN P. COOK ---CURTIS SILL For Treasurer Beach Hospztal is pleased "' "I wish to take this means of announc- a new To the voters of Golden Valley County: to an- nounce the mstallatzon of shock proo x ray unit Thin lng my candidacy for reelection to the - - " machine office of County Treasurer of Golden was installed at a great expense to Valley county, and to solicit your sup- serve the people of the community. It Drastic Reductions In North Dakota Relief Is Ordered Bismarck. N. D. May 4--Drastic re- ductions of monthly grants to counties for general relief purposes have been ordered by the St'ate Public Welfare Board. Reason for the action is to prevent complete depletion of the gen- eral relief fund before next fall, ac- cording to E. A. Willson. executive director o the State Public Wel:are Board. As a result of the board's action total general relief grants for June. Announcement July and August will not exceed $50,- 000 per month. I CANDIDATES "The Public Welfare Board has been FOR THE LEGISLA- forced to take this action so that there TURE, PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN will be funds available late next fall PARTY I when the relief lc~ad will increase." I said E. A. Willson, executive director We hereby 'announce ourselves as of tJae board. "Because of heavy re- candidates to the House of Represent-lief expenditures during 1937 and the ~ives of North Dakota, subject to the first four months of 1938, over $2,800,- will of the voters a~ the primary elec- 000 of the $3,500,000 appropriated by tion June 28, 1938. the 1937 legislature for general relief, Your support and vote will be ap- has been expended. preciated. "If we do not drastically cut expen- --H. W. Brown, Golden Valley dltures during the summer, when it county, 'will be felt the least, there will be no C. H. ENSIGN, Bowman money at 'all by the time snow flys. courrty. L. K. MORLAND, Slope~ "General Relief, which provides aid j to needy in the form of monthly cash county. grants, and relief orders, is financed Nye-Thoresen Ticket. A Square Deal ntirly bY state and county governments For All. The federal goverment does no~ par- !tlcipate financf~lly in this program, Beach Hospital In- i and if the state exhausts its funds county and local governments will have stalls v.__~.~ay Machine to bear the full load. "As county and local governments are ~iso in financial straits, the wel- fare board decided this action would be the wisest in that crop prospec*~s are farly good, and additional employ- ment has been promised on state high- port at the coming primary election in June. I am now completing my first term in this office, and feel that the exper- ienct I lmve gained in that time will help me 'to serve you more efficien- tly than ever if I am reelected. Due to the fact that'I am now doing the office work without the aid of a deputy, it will be practically im~ossible for me to call an each of you personally. KENNETH STOUT Weird Creatures of the Sea! A page of remarkable paintings "in brillian| colors, will be published in THE AM- ERICAN WEEKLY, The magazine dis- I~ibuted with Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Try the Want Ads can be used both for observation thru ways, other road construction, and by the fluoroscope or by the making federal relief projects during the sum- of photographs. The capacity is 50 rail- mer months," the executive said. iiamperes and 90 kilovolts which ls suf- i In a letter to executive secretaries, ficent for all diagonstic work In even Mr. Willson instructed secretaries to heavy set individuals. Conforming to 'stop all supplementation except in the newer frend m x-ray engineering, cases of extreme emergency. This this machine has I~een designed to means that persons on federal relief eliminate all posslbllty of contact of'projects such ,as WPA or I~A, who either operator or patient wtth the let- hal high voltage necessary in x-ray apparatus. Hence it is termed "shock- proof." This new addition to the equ- ipment of the community hospital fills a long felt need and materially helps to round out the diagnostic apparatus in this community. The Oilte High School Juniors and Seniors are busy on their play "Keep Off The Grass" which they will pre- sent Friday evening at Ollie. !have been receiving additional aid from General Relief funds, will no longer receive help from this source. "Secretaries have been instructed to use surplus commodities as much as possible for those cases where supple- mentation has been withdrawn. This is being done as surplus commodies are I~ donated to the state by the Federal I,~ Surplus Commodities Corporation andI require none other than administra-I tire expense in handling them," he con- [ cluded. I / / BORN . . and thi~ is one new car you can afford, The big, new Willys Clipper will run on 'most any budget. 14 feet long roomy for five-- overmze comfort features--flip-over front seat and wide doors for easy entrance. The*new Willys Clipper is your car---and it's priced down into the used ear field--but offers the irn portant featur~ of $1000 cars And you get up to 35 m/lea pet" gallon, owners say. See itl WILLYS LIPPER I IIII GOLDEN VALLEY HARVESTER COMPANY / / / / \ Chesterfield and Andre Kostelanetz. . . they bnng more pleasure to millions ... real pleasure.., carefree pleasure! You enjoy it in Chesterfield's refresh- ing mildness and better taste.., that . "extra something" that makes you stick to Chesterfields. Chesterfields are made of the world's best dgarette ingredients.., mild ripe tobaccos... home.grown and aromatic Turkish...andpure cigarette paper. IVhen you light a Chesterfield you're smoking the dgarette that Satisfies. c " will g#e /ou MORE PLEASURE #tan ang dKarette I/ou ever smoked eomm#, t~. ~ ~ ~m Toma~ co. I