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August 2, 1934     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1934 T~ BEACH. N. D.. ADVANCE PAGE ~. L from page one) would ge given citi- the state. proclamation prohibits county or township officers, persons appointed by the from using "any force, L or process of law" to "seize, or sell any real or per- from any citizen re- in the state." officers are prohibited fur- from evicting persons from home or business establish inability to pay, or re- any article sold on condt- [ sales contract or contract of , nor cancel any such contract of the debtor to pay, on any mortgage on personal property nor de- citizen of North Dakota property or title to property sale, distress, levy or issu- any tax or sheriff's deed." governor's order replaces the moratoria declared by Lan- former governor had issued proclamations for a mora- on farm foreclosures, busi- evictions and repos- proclamation," Olson said, I WEEK AT BISMARCKIGOVE R N M E N T CUTS QUOTA ON it will be= CATTLE LOA DrG dix it st c- paving (Continued from page one) Rishworth estimated $15,000 when a final accounting is llad, and the board is spending it on weather stripping for the struc- ture. upon completing the under the porte cochere, and in constructing a steam main between the heating plant in the new build- ing and the World War Memorial building. These were items, Rlsh- worth said, which were not included in the contract but which must be completed before the project can function efficiently. Acting Governor Olson finds he is without fund~ in the governor's of_ rice, unpaid bills to the amount, of about $1,000 having been discovered, with but $362 of the apropriation left with which to pay them. Oov. Olson hopes to be able to borrow enough from other departments to pay the bills and run the office un- til January 1. A total of 236,932 votes were cast in the primary election for guber- natorial candidates, figures released by the state canvassing board re- vealed Monday. Governor William Langer receiv- According to a telegram re- ceived from Washington by County Agent R~sell, director of the drouth relief service, the quota ot cattle for government purchase has been cut to three cars per week and he must guar- antee that at least seventy-five percent of them are fit for grazing. At the time the telegram ar- rived Mr. R~sell states that ten cars of cattle were already on their way into Sentinel Butte. It was only by special arrange- ments that he was allowed to complete the shipment. Mr. Russell says he has over fifteen hundred head of cattle awaiting shipment, as revealed in a questionnaire he recently sent out. trust companies this year, LeFor said State Senator A. F. Bonzer. jr., one of the keymen in ex-Governor William Langer's faction, has moved = ...... ALL"::L-HA _m ,Edna aun, special Enna ~ettt~h~ sale at q~Mlrsh{~es lead the Oreengards. market for st~ll~_ _somxcl_ materl~tl /i and low price. Sale closes August the 11th. 13-1t. Miss Helen TUll is 'visiting her sister, Mrs. Nick Oamroth. A number of people were choke- cherry picking in the badlands Sun- day. Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Ziebarth and Margaret were Beach visitors on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wassmann and family and Leslie Wassmann were supper guests at.Andrew Koh- ler's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kennedy and Mrs. Tom Oldis were Beach gisitors Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. John Knopp and children were visiting at Louis Tungvik's Friday evening. Leslie Wassmann spent Sunday with his mother and sister Daisy and Edna Wassmann. Russell Denton was a business caller at M. B. Hogoboom's Satur- day. The Birthday club met with Mrs. Jens Gronning Tuesday afternoon. the honest business man, designed to protect the dis- man, but is for the purpose holders and farmers who of the stress of the times, to mec~ his debts." due the federal gov- o~ any of its agencies are from the provisions of the Olson said in his pro- "it has been demonstrat- many be safely left to of our national govern- of the U. B. church an ice cream social Satur- llth. The place will be next week. Odd Japanese Festival chief festival still observed a rural Japanese village is that for the God of Hall- whose dreaded visitation Ze greatest harm to the crops . . Highest Powered light Light, N. J., with 9,000,- Candlepower, Is the hlghest lighthouse on/the Amerl- coast. ed a total of 113,027 votes while his two opponents and the Democratic candidates polled a total of 123,905 thus Langer lacked 10.878 votes of having a majority over all other candidates. Langer's nearest competitor in the Republican race was T. H. H. There- sen who received 47~20. J.P. Cain, Independent Republican, was given a total ballot of 37~34. In the Dem- ocratic race, Thomas H. Moodie, en- dorsee, received 30,795, and R. A. Johnson, 7,795 votes. North Dakota state banks are in better financial condition than any time in the past quarter century, Adam A. LeFor, state bank examin- er, said Monday on completion of the June 30 bank caIl. Added confidence in banks thru operation of the federal deposit in- surance corporation has resulted in swelled deposits, and a general bet- ter tone throughout the banking situation, he said. Volume of banks in the state has decreased from its peak of 713 in 1920 to 142 state banks and two . o p Satisfaetion: THREE FINE COFFin-BLENDS SPECIALLY PRICED FOR THIS SALE Golden Cup 47 Queen C E R T O WHITE EAGLE SOAP " -GOLD DUST KIRK'S CASTILE HARDWATER CHIPS 5 "-',- 29' I[ FRESH FRt.qTSAND VEGETABLES i If, ore the World's Iqnest Orch~ls and Garden~J - Bartlett - Per Lug $1.79 - Large Sweet - Basket 47c pe - Fire Ripe 2 for 17c - Fresh Ripe 3 lbs. for 23c ,es U..S. No. 1 10 lbs.25c on Ice Per ib: 3 .2c to the fore as a leading figure in Contests were given by Daisy Wass- North Dakota's political hodgepodge]mann and Mrs. Win. Carew, Miss out of which his friends hope he will ] Myrtle Johnston and Miss Edith emerge a nominee for governor. I Carew winning high prize, Mrs. A. Political circles buzzed with re-IJ, Ziebarth and ports that strong sup po_rt has been lond high and thrown behind Bonzer s candidacy I low. A for governor should Langer with- many draw from the fall election contest or be disqualified because of his conviction of a felony in the federal court. The reports of a Bonzer boom came as the republican state central committee prepared to meet Wedo nesday for an organization meeting, and possibly to consider a successor to Langer as a nominee. It is also said Representative Flanagan has quite a bee in his bonnet for gov- Kohler's. ernor. Flanagan has-been a staunch took Langer supporter, he went to Observers however did not expect he expected- any immediate action from the een- Sunday. tral committee, and saw the pos- GI0Yd Bury sibiUty that the executive commit- took in ~the cattle meeting at Sen- ~ee named Wednesday, may be tinel Butte Monday evening. authorized to fill vacancies on the Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hogoboom fall election ballot, and Miss Dorothy Hogoboom spent Sunday at the M. B. Hogoboom A steady increase in the number of home. persons on relief rolls is noted bY Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Langberg and E. A. WiLlson, state administrator of family were six o'clock dinner guests federal relief, at George Oldis' Sunday. "Fifty thousand families in the Mrs. Win. Carew and children and state--approximately 200,000 persons, Mrs. John Barthel visited ac H. A. are on relief rolls, a situation di- Bury's Thursday afternoon. rec~ly traceable to the drought,"] The Sunshine met at Mrs. "A. J. Wilison said. "Some are on pa~t-IZiebarth's Wednesdal~,..~A delicious relief, some total relief, some on i lunch wa~ served and':s~targe crowd only stock releff." EfJ~orts will be [ attended. made in some western sections to [ Arthur White was a business call- move families out. In McKenzie er at G~s Burke's Monday evening. county approximately two hundred Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jesok, Mr. and persons are to be moved off farms Mrs. John Barthel, Mrs. Dr. Surfer which .are untlllable. The land will and Miss Inga Larson and Mx. and revert to grazing. Mrs. S. L. White spenl; Sunday af- Six thousand cattle are being ternoon at H. A. Bury's. Everyone moved out of North Dakota daily. ] enjoyed the tame" plums ~hat Bury~ More than 300,000 head of cattle[raised this year. have been shipped in the past two[ Andrew Kohler, Daisy and Edna months. Approximately 600,000 head } Wassmann called at the Win. Carew have been purchased in the govern- [ home Thursday evening, Ice cream ment's plan to reduce the cattle[and cake was enJoyed,:~, population to 1,000,000 head. [ Dorothy Wa~mann spent Satur- day with Edna Wasamann. Employes of the state mill and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ziebarth and elevator at Grand Forks have poured family were visiting at H. A. Bury's about $900 into the "defense fund" Thursday evening. for the deposed governor, William Mrs..4J. Irons and daughter IAl- Langer, and his co-defendants, con- Alan called on Daisy and ]~dna victed of conspiracy against the Wassmann~Monday afternoon. United States, it was revealed by Ludvig Pederson, mill manager. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doppler Uncle Sam shut off the flow of returned from their honeymoon to federal monies into North Dakota Yellowstone park and other Places for highway building, clamping down last Thursday. They visited here Tuesday on payments.made out of for a few days then Sunday went on a $600,000 trust fund until Frank to Bismarck where they will make A. Vogel is removed as state high- their new home on a farm about 14 way" commissioner, miles out of Bismarck. Mrs. Pop. Orders to pay no more monies out pier was the former Margaret of the fund came from the federal Moran. bureau of public roads at Washing- Mrs. M. P. Lovgren arrived home ton to Alfred S. Dale, state tress- from her visit with her daughter urer. and family at Sioux Falls, the first Immediately, more than $20,000 in of the week, She reports a very vouchers were refused payment by pleasant trip. Dale. Shortly after he received the telegram from Washington, three Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Oasho and vouchers from contractors for road family left the first of the week for work done in three counties came the west coast. They will stop for a into the office, visit with Mrs. Gasho's brother who -- has been living in the Yakima Val- North Dakota's 19 beer inspectors ley for 20 years. Mr. Gasho has were discharged and 25 regulatory farmed in Golden Valley for 24 inspectors were sent notice of dis- years and while he hates to leave missal JulY 25 by Sidney A. Papke, hopes that he can better himself named to head the state regulatory west. The many friends of the department by Acting Governor Ole Gashos wish them luck in their new H. Olson. venture. - Extra Quality - Per crate $1.05 was the first large-scale action __ to oust appointees named under the administration of William Langer, - ...... F. HKLBKAT, Mgr. BOB ALTON, Asst. Mgr. deposed governor. Papke, who has taken over sup- ~ ervision of the beer commission af- ter Oommissioner O. T. Owen was "~ired," said none of the beer Inspec- tSrs will be replaced. Of the total 33 regulatory inspectors, about half that number will be used to enforce both the beer act and regulatory laWS. It v;a~ estimated that by consoli- dating the beer commission with the regulatory department a saving of approximately $5.000 a month will FO ~ ~ to Um he effected in the beer department E ~lone. Employment of beer i~- STORE tots and numerous regulatory de'lrJ~pectors has been the 8PEC EENS considerable political con- and of Mtte~ attaok~ by Langer opponent~. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Allan Low and young daughter were visitors in the city last Tuesday on business. The John Keohane home has now a keen flagstone walk "laid from their front door to the main side- walk. The Justesen boys did the Job and its a very pretty one. The Dak.-Mont. Hide and Metal Co. has made arrangements with the Peter Fox Sons Co. to buy live poultry at Beach and Sidney. The local buyers will truck the poultry to Watertown, S. D., dressing sta- tion. Thursday afternoon the M. E. La- dies Aid will meet in the church parlors of the M. E. church, a pic- nic lunch will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hogoboom came back from the west coast where they spent their honeymoon, last Saturday night. The young couple will make their home in Sentinel Butte. Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs: Eide, Mr and Mrs Stanley Smith and Rev. May went to Wlbaux to hear a missionary lecture on his ac- complishments in Africa The golf course continues to be the Mecca of both male and female players and some very nifty "bat- ting" has been recorded. And the sale of balls in the stores continues brisk. Fol~is ~i Special on let soap, 10c bars now~six for 29c, Ri~e Drug Store. 13-It Mrs. Adamson, mother of "Spud," of Sidney, Mont., was operated up- on at the local hospital last Thurs- day. Miss Ruby Langberg spec~a~ed her and she is now recovering niq'~L" ly. The Hudson cottage on the hill, occupied by Einor Nordby, has been repainted and inwardly improved by the owner, T. E. Hudson. Frank Haigh was in town the other day and dropped in to have the Advance sent to his daughter, Mrs. Frank Moody, Who is now at Winona, Minn. Frank was not very enthusiastic over crop prospects in the southern part of the county in wi~ich particular he was strictly atune with his neighbirs. Mrs. Carl Jandt is now much bet- ter. She has been in the hospital Mr. and Mrs. Tye Towne and family and niece, Miss Vita Kinney, of Foley, Minn., were visiting last week at the home of Mrs. Jane Moran. The Townes were on their way to Maryville, Wash. On page eight will be found an announcement by the Buttrey store of a great bargain sale of work onhals and her husband, William clothes, which in these times has a Tschetter. great appeal to one's pocket book. Mrs. Matt Ryan was ~ostess at very pretty shower given at her home Monday in honor of Mrs. Doris Zlelsdorf. Thr~e tables played LIVE POULTRY bridge during the afternoon, high prize being won by Mrs. Harry Rice. Following this diversion delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Zielsdorf was presented with many lovely and unusual gifts which HIDE greatly pleased her. Mrs. Ed. Kowaleski entertained a group of friends in honor of her sister, Mrs. Johnson's birthday last Saturday. Mrs. Johnson lives in Golva. The afternoon was spent at cards and socially at the close of which the hostess served a dainty lunch which was much enjoyed by the guests. Mrs. Johnson was the happy recipient of some lovely birth- day gifts. Mr. and Mrs. H. Thielen of Eden Valley, Minn., and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G, Fornier of Minneapolis, have been visiting at the home of Mrs, Kathryn Lor- enz of Oolva. Last Saturday eve- ning they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Birmingham. here since last Tuesday. All sym-] pathize with Mr. and Mrs. JandtI ever the loss of their tiny b~byl daughter. J Gem e DeLome Johnson, eldest daughte~ of the Roy Johnsorm, was operated on for adenoids last Thursday. Miss Marian Keohane returned from her trip east Tuesday night on the late train. Miss Marie Wetlt to Freeman, S. D., to visit a few days with the former Mildred Wa~- Beach, North Dakota INSTALLATIONS FREE TRADE IN YOUR OLD BATTERIES AND TIRES NOW! 000 miles 32x6 10-ply, 4-Ply Tires Guaranteed for 12 6-Ply Tires Guaranteed I Months Against all hazard ( Storage $3.49 ex. 12 Months, $, ex. 1, $~ '9 ex. Truck $16.00 32x6, $27.30 With 7:45 and 9:15 P. M. ADRIE ~" In "Wild Elephinks" PARAMOUNT NEWS JOAN Adults 35c Mont.