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Beach, North Dakota
December 23, 1937     Golden Valley News
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Santa Via Airplane ~' like all moderns, hu discarded the old-fasldoned sleigh for ~ ~ airplane, in order tO make his rounds on time. - ........... : .... total of $3,183.11. ILLUSION The varJo~ stats were led in x~x. The first two trials in the state court at Baker, involving six cases, resulted in verdicts for the pl~Intiffs, and the )last two trials in the state coUrts, in- TI W~aux Flood BI~ Ouette: Dismissal by ~tlpu- lation of counsel Tuesday marked the end of the series of damage suits brought against the N, P. railway Co. as a result of the 1929 flood at Wlileux. This action was taken In 38 cases, which local ,counsel for the Northern Pa~elfic said, cleared the docket in both federal and state courts. In every suit dlsm~tsal w~ with prejudice. The cases dismiased consist of I~ in federal court, where the amount In- volved in ~ instance exceeded three thol~mnd dollar& and 23 peratlng in the state court at Baker, where the amount Involved in each suit was less" tlmn that amount. The total amount ~ought by ~ p~flffS l~ the 38 ~ dis- mt~ed w~ $1~.~. The m~y Here's Wishing you a "MERRY CHRISTMAS" HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR T. A. Gilman Transfer NORTH DAKOTA volving 12 cases, in verdicts for the railway company. The last trial in the state courts was held in December, 1934. The first trial in federal court resultted in a verdict for the plaintiff, the second in ,a hung jury, and the Spirit May We Add Our Humble Greetings and Best Wishes for the Future COZY CAFE FORCE M. L. Walker, Mgr. May This ~ CHRISTMAS SEASON ment for the railway company. }l~ ~ .~ ~. ~ A Y Counset for the railway company ~" gEST said the cases tried have 6een veryI expensive to litigants, as weft as the ~,~ ~[~ federal gvernment and cunty f Wi" I ~ ~'~'~ /"~ W~K WE represented less than the costs of the i ~, ISHES ~ EXTEND last trial. . t~ Of vourse IFs an illusion, as an) METHODIST i E FI~C~.AL.~ Child can teli:[,~!there's only ONE ~ K{fidly permit ~is to wish you the com- ~nt~ Claus."' Next Sunday, Sunday school at l0 a.m. ~i~ ~ I~ k , Blsmarck will speak .Servicesatlla. m. Rev. Wentzof ~l~[ our appreclation of your con- C| R [ [TIN t| CI Ii~ BEACH sideration during1937 op- - ~ ~~li-----~--- :M,~ Cases Dropped t loire y~h~s~! a~nt~o: dN:~t , ' ,." . L'~. | ." [right now? It's a gift that will be re-. Sorenson Machine Sh ~ ,~0 DV ;3taDUlatlonj~=~ ~eyear 'round.- ] ~ ,/It 1 Mr -- i~ ~ JessStill, MgT. s. Herman Kettner Sr. left Tues- ~ NORTH DAKOTA day for Californ~ to visit with a ye~ eve;