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~h tko B~k NJlk & Wyomh~ The 8nndn~ Times, 8mndan~, Wyond~ ,.. ,,, , ! | "petit out tohim that he is beol cent of the United .States crude~DWAl~_~ HOM~MAX~S J M O1ONAL EDITORIAl-- ing played for a sucker--Each foil production. The largest of[ you make in the witness will[for only about S per cent of the l~t~bmet atthe .home of Annabelle make him want to sing to get ioil business of the country. Even |~1 snury weanesoay, lwarcn o. even. When he sings----you write ] these thirty companies are prac-| A dance for the benefit of the the music." [ tically all dependent on others |Red Cross was planned for March 1[~@ It is hard to believe that an[for their crude oil. ]30 to be given at Farrell hall. ~s/~ ~ official government agent in the It is in the area between the Committees were appointed to United States could have forgot- refinery and consumer that there take charge of the event. ten the traditions of his country is the greatest dispersion of the Mar[erie Goodsen and Ruby ~nN LINDSEY - - Publi~ as to write the above. It is even Petroleum industry, for in this Vore were appointed to take the M~ ~ ~ ~ harder to believe that it could distribution and marketing brack- next demonstration. {mk~l THf~t 'TIMI~m PUSLI$111NS CO. have been condoned by his super- et may be found most of the one The next meeting will be held Cw~y. g~ & U. $. t~ ~ lors until it was reproduced in and a quarter million members of at the home of Jean Harper with In,~ S~ the Congressional Record, where- the petroleum industry who di- Lepta Osgard co-hostess. This upon they hastily retracted and: rectly serve the consuming public, meeting will be in Spearfish at $UBS~RIPIOS IL4TE$. condemned it, more because of As a result of competition, pet- the new Harper residence. ~M LrE NONTKS ~ the effect it might have on pu~b- roleum is delivered in usable form Meeting was adjourned with a ONTII$ ........................ $1.50 V~ It ~-$tmtl ~m~ Arm lic opinion than because of its to consumers' automobiles for lovely lunch served by the host- {~ Vmr Outside Yrl.Sta~ TNi A~ fundamental wrongness, about 3 cents a pound--in un- ess. N the Mzzt~N at I~mndlu~De. Wy- The most alarmig part about limited quantities. Here is just ~ our economic policeman, the OPA, one case where the country en- ~mmml~.m m~tw ~d0r t~ ~ is that it is beyond our regular joyed high production and con- _ courts of justice. Theaccused are sta~tly falling prices long beforelBu$ines8 and - "condemned" in special courts, the word "planning" was includ- IDnT UATL which alone Is something new and ~ ed in the vocabulary of the Ameri- Directory dangerous---how dangerous is ill- can government. ustrated above. Americans might well ask A high public official in the themselves, What price inflation present l~bor government of Brt- ~[L~T ~C]~ control? tain has characterized the medical I~'JI~I~0 ]R~A~[~ and ]~TION CONTROL~ service given the industrial class- ~WI~.~.T II~ETAT. W0~ ~,A few months ago a regional IT WASN'T PLANNED es in his country as "a tragedy official circulated to all OPA High production and low prices of incompetence." Britai~ has a Telephone 19 offices hn his territory a roamer-' are being" discussed as though state dominated medical system 1TA~T B~0~]~[~ :r~,, nndum, entitled "Techniques of they were something new to this similar to that currently advo- Interviewing." As its title implies, country--and something that only rated for this country. Another ~ ~IT}W,, ~undanoe it was an Instruction sheet to the government can start rolling noted British authority, Sir Kings- ~lide OPA investigators when by careful planning, lay Wood, states that the National questioning suspected rule viola- How such an idea could receive Healtlv Insurance system has made ])1, T. H. 1~0~0~, torL No Hitler secret police agent credence is mystifying. The United the En,glish into "a nation of ould have been more ruthlessly States alone, of all natl(ms, has medicine drinkers.'" 0~01t~2'~]gI~J~ player. The investigator was told really a successful mass producer The doctors in Britain cannot in detail how to "get" his case. at comparatively low prices. At be blamed for the inadequacy of gyesExsmined--Glssses Fitted He was told to flatter his victim, the same time we alone, of all British medical care. The trouble Over Montgomery Ward Store agree with him, sympathize with nations, have had a minimum of has been pointed out often by him, discuss his hobbies, his ram- government interference. O~her qualified observers. It is rooted ~hone No, ~00 J" Deadwood ily~if the case required harsh nations whose governments "plan-in the system itself, which has tactics, a war of nerves was ad- ned" great futures, were dwarfed failed miserably in every country vised. In the latter event, the by the Unied States whose gov- that has tried it. in Germany, the Dl~. J'. G0]~,DON B~TT~ recommended approach was "a ernment had planned nothing for sickness rate after Introduction slow, deliberate, and methodical its people beyond seeing that of health insurance trebled from Physician-Surg~n - Osteopath summation of the facts as you go they played fair competition. If 1885 to 1930. In Engla~ad, num- Eyes Examined--GlannesFitted over each document, entry, or you don't believe this, consider ber of claims increased almost ~ircumstance~" The crowning the facts. 50 per cent in a six-year period. A0r0~ from l)ost 0ffice imitation of the famous Hitler In the oil industry, for instance, One writer, in commenting on technique dealt with the subject it requires thirty of the major conditions in England, says dec- Spearfish, South Dakota of turning friends against friends- companies to account for 60 per tors are overworked by people _ ...... trying to "get their money's worth," and adds, "Malay of them HOI~]~00~ CIT~0~]~.C~C have to see anywhere from 30 to W. F. Newlami Established 1885 .Tames I. Newla~ 60 patients a day--Furthermore, SANATORIUM ]~ the Ministry of Health got the druggists to make out a list of We tell you your aiIme~tt with. n gu x eu"e-'s'er Hereford mitteesCheap drugS.whichThe administerinSurance Com-the out asking questions. medical benefits, have tried to ~ North Scott St. Sheridan force the doctors to use the list-- ~ Baths, Diet, Druglm Bunl Calves It is small wonder that under Methods such circumstances in 1936 at least 600.000 workers failed to register so they could be eligible Price. $125 to $150 to see an insurance physician even though they had paid their Greenwood Ranches IJhealth lnsurasce taxes''' J The Untte'd States should steer clear of this kind of medicine. We Invite You to . i ' il SpringfValley COLONY, WYOMING I (Last Week) 1: Buthol h went ~ on ltor~ ~back Fri Mrs. Everett Guilford, Our Store Is Out In Front When It Comes to Quality Meats, FreshFruits and Vegetables Model Grocery Partlow and Bryan, lSundsn~ Wyoming Willis Butholph went to Dave Frasers on horseback Friday. James and Karen and Mrs. Joe I)udrey and Joellen were business callers i~ Sundance Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bcal and S. M. Beal went to the sale west of Sundance Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thompson went to Sundance after brooder fuel Friday. James Guilford has been ill with a gathering in his ear for a fsw days this week. Roy and Alden Butholph were Sundance callers Friday. (This Week) Mr. and Mrs. ~,ee Thompson went to Sundance after baby chicks Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beal went to Upton on business Friday. While there they had dinner with Dave Homers. Helen and Joellen Dudrey and Everett, Karen and James Guil- ford were Sunda'nce callers Sat.' While in Sundance James con- sulted Dr. Clarenbach. Stanley Wegner visited for a week with his folks, going back to Spearfish Friday. Merlin O'Haver was a caller at G. M'. Beals Monday. Mrs. Pete Kokesh went to Up- ton after some baby chicks Wed. Thursday, [larch 21, DON PRATT GRILL Belle Fourche, 8. D. Under New Management Will Be Open On Sundays and closed on Wednesdays DR. F. R. WARD Spearfish, S. D. lkntizt Office Over Nyal LEONARD FELTON 8undanoe THE SANDWICH SHOP ANNOUNCEMENT TO MY PATIENTS I have entered the Slmar~ Chiropractic S a n i t a rium at Denver and my office will be closed until further notice. D~. GERTRUDE RICH, Belle Fourche, S. D. Home Appliances -- Hardware Tires and Tubes D & H HOM~ AND AUTO SffPPLY .~ Repairs and Recapping Belle Fourche South GUARANTEED RADIO SERVICE Farm Televhones Remfired WESTERN RADIO Favor Us With Your Business The OLD IDEA that the bank was doing a favor when it granted a loan is about as modern as the kerosene lamp. THIS BANK IS A MERCHANT of money and eredit. We believe a loan should be made to benefit BOTH the borrower and the bank. Y~OU DO THE FAVOR when you apply for a loan here--and we are anxious to give you the kind of courtesy and consideration that will make you want to come back again, and again. Won't you favor us by coming In to talkthings over~ J When In Need Of A Loan See Us Sundance State , Serving this territoryin safety for FIFTY YEARS ~pid City's l~-gest Established 1895, A. D.