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August 30, 1934     Golden Valley News
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THE BEACH. N. D.. ~VANCE THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1934 / f/ (Continued from page one) of men in the Wflliston di- that "more than $500 spent in the month of June, in claimed and collected by ~~ men for campaign ~ expense cmlm after expense appear items of 'calling on Im~.~olman by order of R, W. Fras- ~," PlomaRen explained. "One man m31iscted $36 for campaigning; an- ~r charged the state $9.60 for ~N~lavassing Dioga,' while still an- Other collected $3~0 for distributing campaign posters. All on state All of the expenditures were in ~'Lutter part of" June, Plomasen shortly before the primary election. Fraser formerly was maintenance superintendent of the division. He was discharged two weeks ago and was replaced with T. C. Flaten. Word is received at Bismarck that back at his desk for the first time i since his primary defeat, Rep. Sin- said Friday he was "seriously l cov~tdering" making the race for congress as an independent. He said he had not reached a decision but was "weighing the matter careful- He said he had been urged many sources to permit his to be placed on the fall ticket as a progressive or as an in- candidate. road funds, withheld by following conviction Highway Commissioner were ordered releas- Dakota Wednesday, Au- the federal bureau of on assurance from state ; the technical organisa- department will be action was fol- Important changes in department, including of new division heads and Bismarck to re- named under the Vogel North Dakota's reception party to President Roosevelt at Devils Lake Cost the state $2,700. This was spent ~r food and lodging of the national L~d. There were no salaries paid. Iuvesttgations of reports that numerous cattle have died from eat-~ ~gar cane brought a warning Trlday from Dr. T. O. Brandenburg, State Veterinarian. that owners ~ouid sustain a heavier leas from prnsslc acid poisoning than ever be- they use extra vigilance pr~enting stock to eat sugar cane, ~hums, sudan grass or even orn and millets that have been kill- ed or severely stunted in an imma- ture state by drought or frost. North Dakota's banking structure ~s "adeq~te to meet any demands that are liable to be encountered." Adam A, Lefor declared Friday in ]:ds anmlal report. "I believe our beJaks are In a more sound and I1. ~quid state than ever before," he J 0aid. '~,estored public confidenceI ks aho~f~ by the Increased deposits P, ~e past few months. [ | A ~otal saving of 84,449.18 month- ~a the payroll of the state beer ~ent has been brought about the administration of S. A. ~PaDke as head of the state's beer departments. pointed out that beer de- inspectors have been dis- that their duties have by the regulatory de- number of regula- inspectors also has by the depart- that the payroll for chics and inspectors of the beer department totaled $5,131.66 per month Under O. T. Owens, former c~mlssloner, compared with a pay- roll under Papke of $682.50 per month. For the approximately nine months from October 23, 1933, to July 21, 1934, collections of the beer department were $318,405.48 and the $85,914.90 for an av- eXPenditure of $9.54610 per recapitulation of all collections July 21, 1934. date Papke went ate office, showed the state receiv- $28~ from whilesale licenses, retail licenses; $170,- stamp sales and $219.14 and miscellaneous. from July 21 to August totaled $33,512.09 bring- the total of all collections up to to $351,917.57. Dakota's federal relief set- ,is an $5,000,000 annual business, A Wlllson, federal relief admin- 46 county school sup- at Bismarck. The heads had met in a two-day to discuss problems of cost of this vast ls but 5.9 percent," told the educators. "An ex- ceptionally low figure. If one is to look UPOn it as any private busi- I hess would be operated, he toldI su rlntend pc! ents various reports of statements made by others had Ira-] plied the overhead was running at] I ADVA.~ AI~ orr mmUL~ l 77 Records Fall as Ab Jenkins Speeds More Than 3000 Miles in 24 man home Monday. " I New England,~ having a membership Harry Lowman finished cutting i of well over 2000. He is an assistant his corn on the ground he rented imoderator of the General Council from Ted Cook this spring, l of Congregational and Christian Mat Brown made a trip to the I churches. He is also the president Mahlon Stecker farm Monday, to1 of the Home Boards of this church. get a load of grain to feed on his I The public is invited to hear Rev. farm. I Day. The church choir is arranging The county grading crew have special music for this service. completed their work in Divide twp. and have moved their machinery to!TWO MORATORIUM DECISIONS Delhi towrmhip, had some Acting " , Worship, 11:30 a. m. A few farmers have Governor Ole H. OisonOLLIE'- .... grain this fall to thresh. Fred Roe Saturday reversed the decision of Worship, 2:30 p. m. bertsen threshed 400 bushels of lone Judge in the first moratorium wheat last week. ! case to come before him, and step- UNITED BRETHREN pod to the aid of another family in MANY SEEK JOB INS~G a second hearing. NUDISTS District Judge W. R. Schell of Frankfort, Ky., August 27.~It has been suggested that the post of state nudist colony inspector be opened to competitive bidders--that is, not to the one who will take the job at the lowest salary, but to the one who will offer most for the job. It all came about as a result of the re- cent session of the General Assem- bly passing the nudist colony bill, which provides for an inspector to regulate the colonies. Bailey P. Wootton, attorney general who must appoint an inspector, has literally been swamped with applications. One came from an 80-year-old man who described himself as "a good Democrat and wel! qualilied in ev- ery way.' SPEAKERS NEXT SUNDAY Next Sunday at 8 p. m., Rev. Will- iam Horace Day, D. D., of Bridge- port, Conn., will speak at the Con* gregatlonal church. Roy. Day is Her many friends hope for an early many are in good enough condition WESTERHEIM recov . ~o- to travel very far without a great of amount of shrinkage. here visiting the Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Cook and chin Two Shows Each Night 7:30--9:00 ~. Mrs. Robertson is a dren and Frank Morris were in ~ ...... ~,~,,,,,~ Dickinson was reversed in his de- cision that the moratorium was of no effect in relation to an action brought by Hulda Leonberger against John Abeud, for rent. In the second case, the acting gov- ernor intervened saying, "I cannot order the moratorium lifted to make exceptions in this case," which in- volved the home of Mrs. Alice Thor- srud and her husband, Martin, at Minot. District Judge A. J. Gronna reviewed the case, made no decision. ORDER OF MASSES St. Jolm's Church, Beach, N. D, 1st Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 2nd Sunday, 10:00 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 4th Sunday, 10:00 a. m. St. Michael's, Sentinel Butte, N. D, 1st Sunday, 10:00 a. m. 2nd Sunday, 8:30 a. ~, 3rd Sunday, 10:00 a. m. 4th Sunday, 8:30 a. m. Wm. Fred Hake, P~r. UNITED LUTHERAN CHURCH P. A. Gisvold, Pastor Sunday, September 2rid.: BEACH~ Luther League Devotional, 8 p. m. CARL~ W. B. Nelson, Pastor 10:15 Unified service of worship and Bible study. Sermon, Lord's supper. $:00 p. m. Evening worship. Set, men, "Salt of the Earth." 3:00 p. m. Service at Trotters. Thursday evening at 8 prayer service and Bible study. PALMOLIVE SHAMPOO Five shamlmOS in.oh bottle. Five ~ ~nents for 5e Large 4-~. 1~ Now Only 25c RICE DRUG STORE making a tour of the state during/ this week seeking knowledge of con- ~ ~'"~ ~ i ditions. In this tour he will also visit Ii Fargo, Valley City, Jamestown, New Rockford. Leeds. Minor, Garrison,t, ~ nt ~o~"~ett Under ~ P-fl~fficei Flasher, Mott, Hettinger, Reeder, | Dickinson and the Beach parish. Get yo~ permane ng ~6ur perman- .~ Dr. Day is the pastor of one of the I~ ~f the best. ~All work done ~b jelddl~ vetellta speed king, ~ng heat of the day, and the The lower photograph shows a tir~ largest Congregational church in/~ ~ o~q~up~vised by /~ q7 worM. inter~tiona] black of the night, with tempera- cheek-up of the big 2~-ton 24(~ I~i~ -~,~v--.-~vr,~L1rLAL)iO SMITH and, ~ speed records in his tures as high as 120 degrees. The horsepower machine by E. Wald~ j resent 24-hour tun on the hot salt inset at the left shows workers on Stein, Firestone field representative ,O[~ P er~ane~~~rn~-~L ~~ Years Experience ~ ~ desart at L~ke Bonneville, Utah. the desert. Previous to the run, Jenkins is shown above hurtling holes on the course had been filled who saw the tires, battery and though spaca at an average speed with crushed rock as hard as spark plugs made by his company [~ In Of Beauty Work hour including granite with knife-like edges. At come through this greatest of all September Program PHONE 177 mflsa per all stops for a dist~ca of more the right Jenkins is shown receiving endurance runs without trouble ~"~'~'~'~ .... ],, thaii $,000 lailsa, -- through the congratulations of his proud mother. !BIJOH TH[ TR[ N. DAK. BEACH, Beach Monday. Sam Wait accompanied his grand- son, J. S. Rathbun, to the Mahlon Stecker home Monday. Stuart Brons0n, Harold and Jean Cook took dirffier at the Chas Low- COLGATE PERFUMED SOAPS RICE DIq~JG STORE , M~., ~nd lCLrS. John of Mr. and Mrs. Rathbun. Leoh~rd Carlson of B~ E. Goldsberry, and tri~ ~o~wn to the Jim Carter, Miss Woods ratictL where Mr. N.D., and bunch of which he Va,, guests of at his five miles part of the week of Jim and of Mr. on drove the starting ing on the way, to Mr. Sunday, a of 50 miles, for : ~eo, Wright Taylor of were Beach Saturday, ,The ~ Misses Sentinel Wright and niece government have been visiting Will, Dick Pen- hel~~ ~/icinlty the past Wm. Oonboy. A left Tuesday for their Divide township Sentinel Butte. we are informed, Dr. Lyons was called to the J. will complete the cattle Rathbtm home Friday where which are to be sold to the govern- foumd. Mrs. Rathbun quite seriously meat for this season here. There ill, caused from a complication of may be some later that will be ship- ailments, mainly gaIMtone trouble, pod to the market but not a great] . = MONDAY, 3--TUESDAY 4 'Return of the Terror' MARY ASTOR, LYLE TALBOT. JOHN HALLIDAY and FRANK McHUGH in a well directed mystery film. "Jack Denny" Single Reel. Two Reel Comedy. WEt)NESDAY 5~THURSDAY 6 "Handy Andy" WILL ROGERS, PEGGY WOOD and CONCHITA MONTENEGRO in an entertaining human family picture filled with healthy humor and hearty laughs. Comedy. FRI. 7---SAT. 8--Sat Matinee 'Where Sinners Meet', CLIVE BROOK, DIANA WYNYARD and BILLIE BURKE In a story from the play "The Dover Road." Amus- ing entertalnmenL Comedy. News. MONDAY 10--TUESDAY 11 "Here Comes the tone PRICES REMARKABLY LO!!,[ OF ' SAFETYi BBEATN-TAKll| lUll|AlOE |IJISi LAST WEEK OR JAM| TIAOA--AIIAMATI6! READ BOTN LETTLlSJ I Navy" JAMES CAGN]~Y, ~AT ~'I~IEN. GLORIA STUART, FRANIs~McHUGH In a picture you can't Pafford to miss. The U. S. Nav~ Training School at San Diego and~he U. S.S. 12~.s at~u. Arizona are used at se~lngs. Also Save almost ~ w t't,h %~perat,~ WEDNESDAY 12--T~URSDAY 13 .... "Pails Int[rlude" MADGE t~[ANS, ~PTO KRUGER. ROBERT ~UNG ~[nd UNA ME-I~:.' KEL, a group of~oung writers in FRI. I~.--SAI~5--Sat Matinee "Treasure Island" " WALLACE BEERY, JACKIE COOP- If every car owner knew what my Ftreston$ Tires wa~% ~hro~h they wo~l~ sppreola~s what ER. LIONEL BARRYMORE and Gum-DIpPL~g m~s in etrens~h an~ host ~ot, e~t,i~ OTTO KRUGER in a picture that is ~ha% msXs }lre~ton$ Tlr~ safe f~ blear, So considered one of the best. For all ~his t8 ~he re, Sheet run 1 have o#er mao In ~F ages. Comedy. News. z3 years of bre~d~lng ~l~a4 r~ords. MONDAY 17~TUESDAY 18 Sinosre3~ ~e~|. "Strictly Dynamite" JIMMY DURANTE, LUPE VELEZ, NORMAN FOSTER and MARION NIXON In hilarious behind the scenes radio story. Comedy. WEDNESDAY 19--THURSDAY 20 "Dragon Murder Case" WARREN WILLIAM, LYLE TAL- BOT and MARGARET LINDSAY In another interesting mystery yarn. Comedy. FRI. 21--SAT. 22--Sat. Matinee 'Of Human Bondage' LESLIE HOWARD. HETTE DAVIS. FRANCES DEE, KAY JOHNSON and REGINALD DENNY are in this cas~ This story is notable and one you want to see. Comedy. News. MONDAY 24 TUESDAY 25 "Friends of Mr. Sweeny" with CHARLIE RUGGLE and ANN DVORAK. a combination that is hard to beat. A Broadway Brevity. WEDNESDAY 26--TIIURSDAY 27 "Stingaree" With RICHARD ][)IX, IRENE DUNN, MAltY ROLAND and CONWAY r~EAI{L~ in 0as,. ~hl8 Is a thl'lll-REDUCED PRICES ing romance, lively comedy, charm- Proof of lemt-, ,p~formm~ti Many it, but t 'Ir~, bre~klng ~ ~ :~our after hour, ore,. m~oush ~ .so.bins i heat of the day ~! inky blackness of thO" night, with tempera-;~ tures as high as 12D~' degrees--breaking record after zeeol~l fo.r-~ speed, strength, safety and blowout protee-- t/on---all in a stupen- dous demonstratlolx i! of *qfety ~r/o,~ :t fmr ~ owners. ~ . : For your holiday I triphave the Firestm~ t ice Store equip yom--i ear with Firestone i Tires, Spark Plugz and : Battery and relinel your brakes with! Firestone Aquapruf I Brake Lining. Protect : your life and the lives i of your family withI the world's safest tire. ~ Buy now before prices ! increase. And remember, evgry Firestone ~[~re mrr~4~l l~e Triple Guarantee U~ua~ Po~ Retards --"-for Life Against All Do(~ts t -.-.for 12 MoMhs Agoind B laml Hazards (SLT months in ommerei~| service) Listen So the Voice O~ I Ftrestone~-f eatnrin# Monday Night o~e~ M. B. C.~ ~EAF N~tu~rk . 9S 4.50-21 ing singing and deft direction Comedy. FIRESTONE, OLDFIELD TIRES j FRI. ~--SAT. 29 Sat. Matinee 'Dames" For Limited Time 0nly A sumptuetL musical VCarner Bros. Other Sizes Proportionately Low out do all other musicals. RUBY ]~LONDELL, ZAZU PI.TTS, GUY KIBBEE and HUGH HERBERT are or o. all splendid, Comedy. News. 0 flSOfl ' PHONE[10 BEACH, N. De ~A @ .....