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December 23, 1937     Golden Valley News
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7 THURSDAY, DEC. 23, 1937 THE GOLDEN VALLEI" NEWS Best Wishes To You From The Golden Valley News Walt Hod Deac Judy Donie Jonesy I I Farmers Union Adopts 9-point Farm Program Adopting a nine point farm program, ~'armers Union Terminal association stockholders last week debated a plan for breakup of the Farmers National Grin C~orp. Adoption of the program assures un- lty among a large group of farm or- ganizations for that national agricul- tural program. The same program previously has been adopted by North Dakota farmers and over the week- ~a~ was approved by the wheat confer- euee and representatives of ~ half doz- en leading mid-western farm organ- izations. The Farmers National Grain Corp., a child of the federal farm board, took over business of cooperative grain mar- keting agencies throughout the coun- try. There now is a heavy demand for its abolition, and return of the,market- ing organization ~o regional agencies. The terminal association's resolutions committee proposal for the break up of the corporation would make it largely an educational and supervisory organ- izatlon. The resolutibn would limit the Farm- ers National operation to: i. lV~arketing surpluses for export. 2. Contracting with the federal gov- ernment for the account of regional coporations, and be the contact agency between the federal government and Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone in "The Bride Wore Red" l At the Rose in Glendive next Sunday, Monday and Teusday the regionals. 3. Carry ou~ a nation,a2 program GET HEARINGS JAN. 18-19 providing for (a) Surplus disposal for export or Bismarck, N. D.,~Hearings on the relief, clemency pleas of life-termers William (b) Crop insurance. Gummer and Francis Tucker have (c) Supervise the ever normal gran- been set for Jan. 18 and 19, respect- Special Session on bills to pay the traveling expel~ Of Congress Ad- journs Tuesday Washington, Dec. 21~The senate passed the housing bill Tuesday, 66 to 4, the house sent it to conference and, with these things done, congress glad- ly concluded its special session and be- gan thinking about Christmas. The wage and hour bill, rejected by the house, was reposing in a labor cammittee pigeon-hole the farm and housing bills, aproved l~y both branches in different Iorm. were in the confer- ence s~age, government reorganization and regional lanning had received no more than committee consideration. The congress completed action only of the rnember~Mp and the wage~ Of the pages, a bill to lend our portralt~ to ~n art gallery, one ~o amend the credit union act and a resolution a~- ing the agriculture department what had been done to prevent the distrib- ution of an elixir of sulfanilamide. The senate devoted the final day to debating the housing bil_J, a ~- ure int~mded to promote a boom In home.bultd~ng bY reducing the ~am- cing cost. It would do so, amon~ other things, by cutting the pre~ent down payment on small homes in hallo and cutting interest and carryin~ charges on more e2~borate types of oon,, struction. Miss Judie Lievens of the News for~ was taken suddenly ill on Tuesday eye- ing of this week and was compelled to remain at home part of the day Wed- nesday. ;CHRISTMAS 1937, ar4y. Pluapne'rvise marketing plans and the : ls:elrY'ta~?s~idE." ~)tC~ehrneclePmaerdny abpa~! ~r* *r~ mrrr, ~ use of credit by ~all regionais. IKalnz,catiOns BerthaWhich Dalemay andbe consideredi~arry Smith.are~.~" With a full and sincere apprecia- "~ W~th ~'~e,~t ~/|~he,~ ~ I 5. Lea,~e terminal properties, and' ~hc~e of Emma Haga Floyd John- , " ................. ~ t'zub-lease them to regionals. ' i son, Ed Vandiver, GUS Reinhold, Anna , 6. Hold memberships in all impor- ~r~. ~ i taut grain exchanges, for use of re- i ------ y tion f. p b. ~' l, or ~ ~ Igionals if needed. I *~ oF ~,~ o our_leasant usiness .. " ~ t 7. D:rect a national education~M pro-' I wish to thank my friends for the ~-ram and carr-, on the fight for na ~many remembrances and klndnesses !t.~ ~ ~r ,r~. , ~ ]tSionai leglslation. "lextended me and my family during relat~ s, we put aslde the Very Merry Lhrlstmas ~ i ~aT~agre~me~ts !~:teP?t~flofwe=sme~nth~aveThlrenC~::r~ . ,, -pea yes es~eno, os , ~ on. 1 k~r ~ I D.L. O'Connor New Rockford, N. D.,~rnuch ap~preciatedDona" _ "1 ~ routine ot every-day_ _ ~i~~ And ma- ~ood fortune be ~ Ipresident of the association, presidedI la walace ~ ~ "7 ? ~ fat the meeting. 1 ~''~~?~" :i ~ withyou ~ - I ln~ wt~a ~ n~n business Throughout the following year ~[Kellog,Famous ~2;: :: ~:~g to wish to our friends an especial- ~ ~ ~Y ~ I ~" * - ~" IDec: ~ 3~ 20 ~ Vlnlomat, vies ~e ~s 3~ = o2 Golden V 11 V ' I r Dec. 19 28 14 .02~ ~t In St. Paul~ =0 ~ ,, ly full measure of Holiday _a.~e: Harvester Co. .,, Dec ~, ~ ,~ o, . ~ -~: = ~ ~~ _ C. C. (Shm) Clark ~I St. Paul, Dec. 21--Frank B. Kellog,! ~,- nannlness z N __ __ t~'~ I who served ~s world court Judge, am- Th e Markets BEACH NORTH DAKOTA ~.bassador to Oreat Britain, United{ " ' ~ " '" 6 18tales senator and secretary of state, I Went .......................... 87 ~ ~'N}did at his home here tonight Hel Flax " ""~[~lt A MERRY CHRISTMAS ~:~ N " "~ ~'~" ~: " " " ........................... l.'r~ ~~~~~1~~I~1wo.~.-~o -.~ ~,.~o~.~,.~. _ I o~ ............................ ,~ i ~ ~ IKelr~lo~ah:~abse~ iunCnfaWt~ngrh*~thpe f%erl :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .'~ ~ ".~ == ~ ~ I more than a year. His illness became} Corn ......................... ... ,65~ " i critlcal early in November, when he l Cream, swee~ .... 36c ~.... 3~ ~ and a ~ ] -- -. was stricken with cerebral thrombosis. , Butter ...... 32c Eggs ...... 30c |~I~at~ ~/I~IW~ Pneumonia complicated his condition ~. ~ ~' .PlU%,I LVtL4LJL ~aSaturday ~md he lapsed into a ~T~~~- IGNITE ~ HAPPY NEWYEAR SALES BOOKS From The Golden Valley News Dr. J. A. Lepak, attending phy- sician, said premature announcement of Mr. Kellog's death at 7:10 p. m., 18 COAL minutes before it occurred,~ resulted from an authorized statement "The Dellvere~ condition responsible for the inaccur- unusual,"ate reportheWas,aid.Of course, not at all ,~- _~In Your Bin Marvin Ramstad returned Tuesday ~teeker Mine from Parkland,, Washingt~ where he Phone 73 for prices has been attending college. Here's to a full measure of Christmas joy. Here's holi- day cheer that never ends Merry Christmas JOHNSON MOTOR C0 /g /{ /t GREETINGS Happiness being a state of mind, forget crop failures, depression and war, enjoy A MERRY CHRISTMAS this will give you a good start for. a PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR We insure Happiness and Prosperity for the and a ~ day when Fire Strikes, IF you have one Happy New Year ~ of our Good Insurance Policies Istead Insurance Ag Richard Ha ency