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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 28, 1950     Golden Valley News
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. TtIE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N. D. PAGE SEV] I DEC~EBER 28, 1950 z PRELIMINARY GAME AT 7 P. Mo Why can't we eat here more often?" Mother can feel good, not bad, about Junior's question! She, too, likes the chan e from home-cooked meals. Here she g'ets it real American cuisine in the best tradition. Open Daily 7 a. m. to 3 a. m. Sunday noon !o3 a. Ill, We specialize in banquets aml luncheons, call for appointment; We can serve any number. Wibaux, Montana Bixby & Orgain, mgrs. With Your i County Extensiont Agent I By 1~ M. Miller SOCIAL SECURITY FOR FARM WORKERS, JAN. 1 Beginning January 1. 1.951. the farm employer will be liable within certain limitazions for the collecting of the farm workers social security tax and remitting taxes to the U. S. Collector of Internal Revenue. " For hired farm workers who meet the requirements of the now law. this government in- surance provides monthly pay. ments when they retire at 65 and payments to their families when they die. Farmers who employ regular farm workers must register vith the government and get an iden- tification number twe have the forms at the office~. A farmer must deduct 1~ per- cent in taxes from wages he pays his workers, add 1,~ per- cent to this out of his own funds and pay the combined total quantity. If you are a regular farm worker, here is what you should do: 1. Make sure you have a Social Security card7 2. If you never had one get one at your Social Security office or ask for appl,ication at the postoffice. 3. Show your Social Security card to the farm operator by whom you are regularly employ- ed. Further information may be LET US FILE YOUR SAW on our New Foley !AUTOMATIC SAW FILER Th~ like filed They'll cut like new when ~ filed on our~ precision ma- ~/a-- chine. In a~ f e w minutes |] you'll have | saws hat cut cleaner, truer, faster. Bring your saws ill today---you'll like our speedy service. J. H. BROWN " Does-this fit your idea of a dream house? Possibly not--perhaps ytm prefer a Cape Cod or Colonial style. But--whatever the style or size-- GAS, the clean blue flame, will make your home a better place to five, GAS WATER HEAVING: Provtdes modern hot water service-g that means--all the hot water you want--when you want it~ GAS REFRIGERATION: Assures the last word in modern food prese4 ration. You get beauty and convenience plus silence and longer lif~ 9 GAS HEATING: Assures the ultimate in home com- fort. It's clean, automatic, effortless, heahhful and dependable. 6 GAS COOKING: Gives you cooking at its very best, It's clean--cool--auto. rustic and fast. You can be sure your home is In style when gas does the four Hg lob raa has got it--so--why settle for less? ........... secured from the Collector of In. ternal Revenue or the county agent's office. SOIL SURVEYS MADE Soil surveys have been made this fall on the Raymond Clouse, Walter Allen, E. E. Ueckert, Lawrence Kukowski and James F. H;}rdy. Sr. and sons farms by l he technicians of the Soil Con- servation Se~rvice. A soil survey will shaw the type of soil and class of land each soil type rep. rosents on each farm. A soil survey must be made on each farm before a complete conservation plan can be devel- oped on that farm. FEW COWS RECOVER FROM BRUCELLOSIS Do cattle recover from brucel- losis? What percentage of in- fected cows abort more than once? These are questions fre- quently asked by herd owners m connection with the educa- tional activities of NDAC Exten- sion Service on brucellosis con- trol. In reply to the first question, authorities in the Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Depart- ment of Agriculture, say: "A1. though some brucella-infected cattle may overcome the d!isease spontaneously, the number of such cases--possibly 10 per- cent--is far too low to consider m a positive control ~rogram. Generally speaking, experience shows that beucellosis in cattle, unlike undulant fever in man, becomes chronic or permanently esta;blished." As to me second query, the Bureau's experience is that among the cows which abort once as a result of brucellosis infection, only about 10 percent will do so a second time, even though they remain infected and constitute a hazard as spreaders. It has been observed tha~ in- fected cows may abort once, pro- duce normal calves for 4 to 5 years, and then abort again without further exposure to in- fection. This typical behavior induces many stockmen to believe that they have obtained relief from abortion by using supposed reme. dies. As yet, no specific cure has been found for brucellosis 9 I ~'/ .9" As we pass another milestone of time, let's stop just long enough for us to express our sentiment of the season. We cherish the thoughts of the fine associations - that have been ours . .. and take this method of expressing a true appreciation. Monk and Loma in animals, although progress is capidly being made in the use of antibiotics (such as aureomy- cin) to cure undulant fever, the human form of brucellosis. Wheat varieties number 1953, 1831 and 1756 are not recom- mended f~r North Dakota. Supplies of pork products are expected to be very large in Jan- uary. Results of five recent trials by NDAC Experiment Station in treatment of sm~all grain SeN~ with liquid fertilizer Ind~ this practice does not pay la North Dakota. From Out Of Town--. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miller family were hosts to several atives of Mrs. Miller on O~ mas day, including Mr. and Bud Parker and son, Wall~UD~ Parker, and Esther Kemp, all O~ Garrison, and Fonrest Parker Dickinson. News Want Ads Bring ResultaJ We can't see everyone, of course, but we can take this means o# wishing each of you a New Year of Health. Happiness' and Prosperity. .../~ We are proud of our amicable associations and believe them tremendously important in our policy of servlce. May we pledge anew m,r wil:'-gne~.s to serve you in any capacity that may be ye,,r pleasure durirg the New Year. Floyd Christensen The Smart New Bel Air Thanks to the Greatest Public Demand any Motor Cars and Trucks Have Ever Enjoyed, the Latest Million Chevrolets have been Produced in Less Than 6 Months . .. Compared to 12 Years for the First Millionl We join all other Chevrolet dealers in thanking our cus- tomers for making possible this 25 millionth Chevrolet. For the only reason anyone makes more products is because people want more of them. We Chevrolet dealers are able to deliver more passeager cars and trucks than any other automobile dealers today because you prefer Chevrolet passehger cars and trucks over any other make. So it is your overwhelming endorsement of the products and services we offer that is behind the pro- duction of this 25 millionth Chevrolet less than six months after completion of the 24 millionth. We are sincercly grateful. And we belie..ge the best way we can express our gratitude is to continue to offer you the very finest services and the very greatest values that we possibly ,aal , is- MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHE ROLET TRUCKS IN USE THAN ANY OTHER MAKEI