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Beach, North Dakota
October 19, 1950     Golden Valley News
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PAGE EIGHT .~,, ............ -_ = = = = --~ for Federal Aid Secondary Road Pro- ject S-34%11 North, whlch bid wag I e ~ submitted by the State Highway De- ! Co loners partment. Mo~lon was made by Commissioner Wosepka and seconded hy Ceramis- t Proceedings !slonerKukOwskltOaccept the bid asfOllOws. ors of Golden Valley County hereby ======-=::-:--=-----==---~ The Board of County Corrtmission- recommend that the low bld of Wal- August 211, 1950, 9:00 A. M. The ter Hamann received in the letting Board of County Commissioners met of August 25th, 1950. tn the amount of $47,1~.57; be accepted; amd further special session wlth all Cummin- agree that payment covering., me sloners ~resent County's share wlll be pala mrec~ The Board met to consider the bid to the contractor upon presentation MARKET, AS ALWAYS, IS OPEN TO ALL AND 1 INVITE YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE. THANK YOII| Will buy h ogs next in Beach this Fri- day, October 20, and in Wibaux Friday, October 27. ALWAYS PAYING HIGHEST MARKET PRICE JACK BALLARD % THE GOLDEN. IVALLEY NEWS, BEACH,I N. D. , THURSDAY,I OCTOBER 19, 1950 of me estimate by the ga~ err City Dru;,.suppnes 855. 10a5 ewas presented by Attorney KeOon palgn's growing momentum ) said. The Resolution supportl%g" this l Golden valley I~uml~r'"Co~ n for taxes assessed in-error statement will be sent to the State lsupplies ............................................ 103.53 ~county owned land. The bbard ap- throughout the nation. 1 ScroJ'l% are coming in,and con, Highway Department at the next sen- | uorothy Stolberg. Clerk. Co, i proved the abatement, i In North Dakota, the Crusade I tributions deposited in the Bank sion of the Board of County Corn-IAgent ......................... ~ .................... 125.70I The following bills were approved missioners. | Gaffaney & Shlp~ey, Sup- anu oraerea paid by the Board, sttb- has received the support of la-]of North Dakota are mounting, Signed: [ plies .................................................... 12.49 jec, t to personal property taxes due or bur, industry and business, I he stated..The entire state is LEWIS ODLAND, | R.M. Miller, County Agent, delinquent. Chairman, Board of | Expense & Sal ............................. 237.13 Public Welfare Board of N. sol:eels, clubs, churches, colle-] showing in'cerest in the move- County commissioners, | Clifford Bartholomew, Haul- D., Aid to dependent Child= ges and individ, uals! C-~lden Valley County, | ing ....................................................... 4.00 ten ........................................... $497.00 ," Shults/ rnent, Shults added. North Dakota, | Marion Lardy, Clerk, Sits. Public Welfare Board of N. Attest: | office ............................................... 12,00D., Old Age Assistance ........ 143.85 :~.INNIE E. SMITH, | County Treasurer, postage, hi. Katllleen Snow, Clerk, County Auditor [ freight & water ............................ 95.57Cotr~nty Auditor ............................ 58.00 Board adjourned atnoon to meet~ G~obe Gazette Ptg. Co., N.D. State Highway Dept., September 5th. Supplies ........................................ 70.06Blueprints ~ ................................... 48.00 -- I Golden Valley Lumber Co., Minnie Smith, Auditors Con- ; STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA I Supplies ........................................ 69.54veniion Expense ............................ 19.08 COIENTY OF GOLDEN VALLEYM. ] It. H. Hubble, Mileage ........ 14.30Kenneth Wosepka, Installingpass ........................................ 1 '~ ~'~'40~O~~j~ I~ ~ ~ ~w I September 5th, 1950, 9:00 A. The l Hammond Imp. Co., Repairs 6.60 cattle 7.00 ____. ~___ ~~ ___ - Fuz ! Board of CoUnty Commissioners met F. Union Oil Co., Fuel ........ 348.05 Lewis Odland, Commission- .I .,talk with Commissioners Odland and We-, F. Union Oil Co,, Fuel ....501.29ors Service .................................. 29.95 ~U|~i ~-'~ | sepka present. Commissioner Kukow-! E. W. Braasch, Preliminary D. L. Kukowski, Commis- ! ~k', absent. I Engineering .................................. 664.8"/ uioners Service ............................ 22.80 The m nutes of the August meet-[ E W Braasch Construction T A. Wosepka. Commission- ~%~5--- ings were read and approved Eng'ineermg ....... ' ............................ 60.59ors Service ................................. 39.90 Commissioner Wosep.~a presented E.W. Braaseh, Construction 5:00 P, M. T))e Board adjourned. the following resolution and moved Engineering .............................. 59.70Regular n, eeting of the Board will ~... , ,~:~ adoption, O.C. Schmitz, Spraying ........ 15,00convene October 3rd, ]950. WHEHFAS, The State Highway De- j E'~rnest N. Sehmit, Mileage 25.20 LEWIS ODLA.N'D, ~srJmcnt teas recommended that the, Educational Test Bureau Chairman, Board of Board of County Commissioners of tests ..... : ....................................... 2.95 County Commissioners, G,~>lden Valley County, accept the bid Visual Spec. Co., Visual Golden Valley County, re.ceiw,d fro)n Wa}ter Hamann of Board ........................................... 8.00 North Dakota. Riehardton, N. D., by the State I-Iigh- M, L. Lovell, labor, Mem. Attest: ~ CHEAPER THAN GLASS | way Department in the letting on Park ............................................ 192,71MINNIE E. SMITH, ~| a~ugust 25th I.q50, at Bismarck. for A. F. Doblar labor. Mem. County Auditor vor ~+orm uoors, ~i-I U:e improvement of 10.638 miles ofPark .................................................. 73.50 ............ the County Federal-Aid Secondary: Gilman Transfer, Draying I0.00FREEDOM CRUSADE Storm..,,,~-v--vWll~t~tA2-~-.~. ~s~~-~.6;~~~d~22.~l_! Highway from t~e County Line near M. L. Hood, 6 hrs. crane ~X.~r~D in ~Ay~ Tro.o , .out,,...,..,..oowo a. we.. ....................... 0000 .......... and to be designated as Project No:i Eugene Uelmen, pipe thread- . POrCh E~(~O~ s-347 (11). i ing ...................................................... ].25 The North Dakota Crusade for 'CHEI-tEFORE BE IT RESOLVED, Mont.-Dak. Utilities, lights 3.69 ......... , .... oETTER In N LASS that thelow bid ill tile amount of A. F. Doblar, labor, Mem. r~uu,,, ~"*"t'(~*~", o~,..~.,,~.-.~ $47,186.57 as submitted by Walter Park .................................................... 99.50to end Oct. ]4, has been extend. or ouJ{ry, HOg House Hamann, be accepted by the Board Percy McClenahan, Asses- .i .,..~.;~ .1. ..... ~., (-~.~t.~. ')A ~ of County Commissioners of Golden sing ............................................................ 49,00 ................. .* .............. and Barn Windows Valley Co~mty, and that paEment 1 County Treasurer, Premi- .iS announced by D. J. Shults, covering the County's share will be. urns for Co, Fair .................... 600.00 state chairman, at Bismarck. Made Better--Last Longer paid direct to the contractor upon t2:00 o'clock Noon the Board ad- presentation of the estimate by the journed to meet September 14th, 1950.~htllts said he had received Engineer. LEWIS ODLAND, PHONE 191 JEACIL 11. D. Motion was seconded by Commis- Moner Kukowski and upon being put to vote all Commissioners voted "'Aye'" and the motion was declared carried and the resolution adopted. Bills were considered and approved until noel. 12:00 noon. The Board adiourned to meet September 14th. 1950. Sepiamber 5hh, 1950 The following bills were audited and approved paid by the Board of County Commissioners, subject to personal property taxes, due or de- ] inquest Ed. Koshney, Road Work $382.88 Neale Koshney, Road Work 273.64 Arvid Abraham. Road Work 336.74 Cecil W. Adams, Road Work 276.51 John McCaskey, Road Work 282.89 Ed. Strzywskt, Road Work 327.38 Floyd Braden, Road Work 336.84 Alex McCaskey, Mowing weeds ................................................ 33.00 Joe Streitz, Welding ............ 35.50 N, W. Equip. Co., Repairs 48,06 Beach Radiator Shoo, Radi- ator Repair ................................... 930 Milter~ Supply, Repairs ....... 5.44 Blue Print Co.. Blue prints 14,35 G~obe Gazette Pig. CO., Supplies ........................................... 102.30 Mont.-Dak. Utilities Co., Lights & Gas ................................ 27.86 Lyons Chemicals Inc., Sodl- urn Chloride ................................ 210.00 H, H. Hubble Prisoners Board ............................................... 500 Burroughs Adding Mach. Co., Supplies ............................... 43.20 City Drug, Supplies ............ 7.35 Golden Valley Lumber Co., Supplies ........................................ ~2.69 N. D. Workmans Compensa- tion, Premium ........................... 241.15 Marion Lardy, Clerk, Sup't. office .................................................. 60,00 State Land Dept., 5.02 acre rlw 144-105 .................................... 55.20 Public Welfare Board, Old age assistance ............................... 103.$4 Public Welfare Board, Aid to dependent children ............ 55~.00 N. W. Bell Tele. Co.. calls & service ........................................ 89.90 Chairman, Board of County Commissioners. Golden Valley County, Nortl~ Dakota. Attest: MINNIE E. SMITH, County Auditor September 14. 1950. 9:00 A. M. The Board of County Commissioners met pursuant to adjournment with Com- missioners WOsepka, Odland and Ku- kowski present. A tax deed was Issued to William Hasselstrom for land described asthe N~,hNE~,~, & SE~,~,NE~A section 8 -139 104 and was sold for the appraised price of $140,00. A request was presented to the Board by the Publle Welfare Board of North Dakota for satisfaction of a trust mortgage bearing date of Sep- tember 25th 1945. made and executed by Glendora Horning, as security for the repayment of Old Age Assistance grants: The Mortgage being a lien on e following described property, Lots 4-5-6 Block 2 McCloskey's First Addition to Sentinel Butte, N. D. The satisfaction was approved by the Board, :2:00 noon the Board adjourned and .reeonvened at 1:00 P. M., with all members present. An abatement for 1949 taxes on land described as All section 9 - 142 - word that the Crusade, launch- ed on Labor Day with an address by General Eisenhower. was ex- tended because of the cam- WELl, DRILLING Deep or Shallow. I 6 inch Screw or L-- . _.. ..... Guaranteed Welded Casing BUD KUNICK Sentinel Butie, N. Dak. 9,0.th: '~ ~rothers Window Ma- Printed onThe f*.~.:'~;.] by the Name "Warps" ts ~ dqe ,,::~ thv Product ~l=.~ ~ 7 tinted top QUALITY on the Edge of Evo:y Yard. WINDOW MATERIALS Monufoctured by WARP BROS. chicaOe The spider doesn't have to &rig his dinner into the web. Just one willing step inside, and the unthinking fly is hopelessly trapped, a strand at a time. , That's how a nation gets trapped into a socialistic form of government. Not all at once-but a strand at a time-until all liberty is lost. Here's how it happens. The government of such a country--in the guise of the people's welfare-begins to assume more and more control over that nation's industries and sew- ices. Little by little, the people turn their t sponsa'bilities over to their government-- and, eventually, their h%erties as well. And it can happen here. There are in America people who want the government to have more and more control over American life. "Let the government begin," they say, "by taking over the doctors, the railroads, the newspapers, the electric light and power companies." It's strange, but many of these people- like most Americans-don't really want a socialistic U. S.A. But the result is the same. When govemmen a little at a time, contro/s raougb things, you have a socialist nation, whether you want it or not. But by then it too/ate. Renlcmber the fly and the spider web. That first step in is the most impodantl e @MMUNITY TO "SIR I you want a new car to be tops in things like style and room and comfort and power-- -and a thrill-packed fifteen min- utes with the nimble number pic- tured here will show you it has all these things in abundant measure. So you ask us-how about money? What does it cost to buy a Buick- and to own oneP All right- let us ask you some questions. Take first cost. Do you know that Buick prices start down at a level below what you'd pay for some sixes-and that every Buick, on R cents=per-pound basis, is a stand- out buy? Take operating cost. Do you know that the bang you'll get from Buick's Fireball power comes from a valve=in-head engine - recognized by engineers as a thrifty saver of uelP Do you know that owners of 1950 Buicks are writing us rave letters, saying that this year's version is the most economical Buick ever built? Do you know that such comfort features as coil springs on all four wheels protect the car as well as the passengers--and throw in an FOUm.WAY FOIII~FII ONT -- Th is rugged front end (I) sets the style note, (2) saves on repair costs--vertical bars are individually replaceable, (3) avoids "locking horns," (4) makes parking and garaging easier. Tune In HENRY J. TAYLOR, ~ Network, every Monday evening, extra saving becatiso they need no servicing, and are practically breakproof to boot? Do you know that Dynaflowe- in addition to keeping you fresh as a daisy on a day-long drive-caps its convenience with savings on tires, cuts down the strain on transmissions and engines-and eliminates-all friction clutch re- pairs, because it hasn't anyP Take final cost. Do you know that when the owner of a Buick gets a yen for a later model, the rtces that Bulcks command on a used. car lot are the ultimate proo] o] their long-run valueP So if you want a real run for your money, better buy Buick. And the first step is very simple: Go see your Buick dealer-soon-and get an order signed. * Du~k~ Drive Gt standm~ oB Ro~B#uB~ el),. ~,nal at ~atr~ ~ ~ Sue~ am(i IJ~mza~ ~ Phone '/4 Bem N. ~t ,~ ~ , ,,, ~_ -- mltllmlm % ....... ' .... I ,, J-) r~" , - . ~:: " /L IL L _= WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBItES ARE BUILT BUICK Wit| IIUI|I) .,,-,,, - ...... ,