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The People's voice. [volume] (Helena, Mont.) 1939-1969, June 05, 1940, Image 4

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could not profit from the money and
which, at the same time, destroyed
private enterprise.
Congressman Burdick, North Da
kota, answering this argument, de
clared that in two years the profits
of these government-aided North Da
farmer - co-operatives
"have
kota
amounted to 80 percent of the original
investment," and that not in a single
has one of these farmer-co-opera
case
lives been a losing venture.
"The worst part of the whole pro
ceedings," he said, "was the shoddy
way that it was done.
Two buslness
to Washington, appear be
men come
fore the House appropriations commit
tee, and are able to have a clause in
serted in the bill that is against the
best interests of 400,000 farm people."
Farmers Union representatives here
last week pointed out that the PSA
has aided only co-operative ventures
organized to take over grain elevators
which had been run into the hole by
private owners; that these enterprises
being operated successfully, and
that they are not competing with pri
an
vate business.
Current Capital Chatter
It doesn't look like the country will
be short of youngsters who want to
become aviators, if the mail of con
gressmen in recent weeks is any cri
terion. Scores of letters from youths
asking for information on where to
apply to learn flying are being re
ceived daily by every congressman on
Capitol Hill .... It was illness that
prevented Sidney Hillman, labor mem
the newly created national
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His record of efforts in
behalf of them in the State
Legislature and the State
Senate, shows that lie lias a
sound understanding ol
their problems and solu
tions for them.
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WORK FOR A BETTER MONTANA
WORK AND VOTE FOR THE
Nomination of "Bert" Kathan
For GOVERNOR
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Abolish Political Corruption in Montana
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defense commission, from attending
the first meeting of the commission
last week. . . . Price of steel during
the past 20 years has gone down
Labor costs that enter into battleship
construction also have gone down. But
Uncle Sam is now paying more per
for battleship construction
tonnage
than it did before. What's the an
Adjournment of congress
swer?
is up in the air. Nobody knows what
is coming next. Some members want
to stay right on the job—but when
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UNFAIR PLUMBERS
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Norman Reilly
0. S. Skoda
Albert Winkelman
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UNFAIR GAS FITTERS
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Frank Sabados
John Shanklin
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PLUMBERS, STE AM & GAS FITTERS i
Helena Local 266
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the Washington heat comes along
they'll be thinking of home sweet
home. . . . Now that congress is voting
billions rather than millions, Pennsyl
vania's "Where Are We Going To Get
the Money" Rich, republican congress
man, is more confused than ever.
Many people feel the danger of a Hit
ler victory would be concentration on
defense measures in this country for
a number of years at the expense of
solution of pressing domestic prob
lems.
FARMERS UNION
GRAIN CO. OF OPHEIM
Opheim, Montana
GRAIN - FLOUR - FEED
FARMERS UNION OIL COMPANY
COMPLETE LINE CO-OP PRODUCTS
We appreciate Montana business when you are in Williston.
WILLISTON, N. DAK.
FARMERS UNION CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY
Williston, North Dakota
YOUR BEST DAIRY MARKET
FARMERS UNION OIL COMPANY
of Glasgow, Montana
CO-OPERATION PAYS LARGE DIVIDENDS
C. O. Johnson, Mgr.
FARMERS UNION TRADING COMPANY
624 East Front Street, Butte
SERVICES AND SUPPLIES
MARKETING FARM PRODUCTS
FARMERS UNION OIL COMPANY
GREASE
TRACTOR FUEL
OIL
GAS
Geyser, Mont.
C. H. Dietsch, Mgr.
FARMERS UNION OIL COMPANY
Peerless, Montana
BUILD AND SHARE THROUGH PATRONAGE
L. Jones, Mgr.
FARMERS UNION BEAN CO-OPERATIVE
Billings, Montana
WE BUY, SELL, CLEAN AND STORE BEANS
FARMERS UNION
CO-OP ASS'N.
Williston, N. Dak.
Co-op Chicks —
Seeds
Write for Prices
Feeds
DO BUSINESS WITH YOURSELVES
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FARMERS UNION
OIL COMPANY
of Glendive
F. S. Armentrout, Mgr.
General Farm Supplies
FARMERS UNION
TRADING COMPANY
Arnold Peterson, Mgr.
Fairview, Mont.
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
AUTO ACCESSORIES
FARMERS UNION
OIL COMPANY
of Plentywood
Everything for the Farm
THE FARMERS UNION
in Froid
I» at your service for all
kinds of supplies for the
Farm and the Home
Petroleum Products, Accessories
Hardware, Groceries, Meats
Dry Goods
Skilled Repairing and Shop
Work
Chevrolet Cars and Trucks
You cannot control what you do not
own!
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FARMERS UNION SUPER SERVICE
Raymond Felton, Mgr.
OUR PROFITS ARE YOUR DIVIDENDS
Chinook, Montana
POWER FARMERS ELEVATOR COMPANY
CEMENT
COAL
LUMBER
HARDWARE
GAS
OIL —
L. E. Jacobson, Mgr.
Power, Montana
FARMERS UNION GRAIN COMPANY
E. K. Babcoak, Mgr.
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Poplar, Montana
FLOUR
GRAIN
FARMERS UNION OIL COMPANY
of Opheim
BUY CO-OP — KEEP YOUR EARNINGS AT HOME
Alfred R. Schwartz, Mgr.
FARMERS UNION ELEVATOR COMPANY
of Valler
C. C. Parker, Mgr.
BUILDING ECONOMIC SECURITY"
FARMERS UNION OIL COMPANY
M. Bollinger, Mgr.
EXPECT QUALITY AND SERVICE
of Nashua, Mont.
FARMERS UNION ELEVATOR COMPANY
D. A. Hill, Mgr.
FLOUR
Chinook, Montana
FEED
GRAIN
FARMERS UNION GRAIN CO. OF PEERLESS
GENERAL GRAIN DEALERS
D. E. Hawbaker, Mgr.
FARMERS UNION OIL COMPANY
Phil Daugherty, Mgr.
CO-OP PRODUCTS EXCLUSIVELY
Wolf Point, Mont.
FARMERS UNION ELEVATOR COMPANY
of Rudyard
GRAIN
R. E. Lundquist, Mgr.
FEED
COAL
FARMERS UNION OIL COMPANY
GREASE
GAS
OIL
HARDWARE
H. L. Curtis, Mgr.
Richland, Mont.
FARMERS UNION ELEVATOR COMPANY
Hinsdale
GAS, OIL AND FARMERS UNION PRODUCTS
FARMERS UNION OIL COMPANY
Havre, Mont.
Hilbert H. J. Peterson, Mgr.
SUPER SERVICE
"IT PAYS"
FARMERS UNION SUPER SERVICE
)
Great Falls, Montana
OUR PROFITS ARE YOUR DIVIDENDS
EQUITY CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
E. C. Harvey, Mgr.
TIRES
of Geraldine, Montana
GASOLINE
FUEL
OIL
FARMERS UNION TRADING ASSOCIATION
of Richey
FLOUR
FEED
GRAIN
SEEDS
FARMERS UNION ELEVATOR COMPANY
S. C. LUND, Manager
Richland, Montana
EQUITY CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF BRADY
Leroy Mustoe, Manager
FEEDS
FARMERS UNION PRODUCTS
GRAIN
MOLT FARMERS ELEVATOR COMPANY
GRAIN AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
F. R. Spicer, Mgr.
Molt, Montana
EQUITY CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF HARLEM
John A. Marlow, General Manager
Branch Stations; Hogeland: H. F. Becker. Manager
Turner; A. H. Hargens, Manager.
FEED
Patronage dividends are paid to all patrons on same basis.
OIL PRODUCTS
GRAIN
Farmers Co-operative
Oil Sc Supply Co.
Conrad, Mont.
E. L. Crook, Mgr.
Wholesale an4 Retail
Petroleum Products, Accessories
FARMERS UNION
OIL CO. OF JOPLIN
>
Franklin Heydon, Mgr.
$28,000 in dividends in 10 years
of operation.
FARMERS UNION CO-OP
OIL COMPANY
of Richey
Penn Union Oil
Co-op Tire»
Gasoline
To the Voters of Montana
Slogan:
Insist that appointive jobholders
keep out of politics.
Consult the Attorney General
FARMERS UNION
OIL COMPANY
of Circle
C. L. Stack, Mgr.
Your Co-operative Home
FARMERS UNION
OIL CO. OF FLAXVILLE
Elias P. LaRocke, Mgr.
General Farm Needs
the Co-op Way

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