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Page 6 WALSH COUNTY PRESS o WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 202i Shareholders approve merger between farm credit associations FARGO, N.D. — Shareholders have approved a merger proposal bring- ing together two Farm Credit organizations serving Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. AgCountry Farm Credit Services and Farm Cred- it Services of North Dakota will merge under the name AgCountry Farm Credit Services, beginning January 1. r I The merged organization will operate in 82 counties throughout parts of Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin with 46 branch offices. Head— quartered in Fargo, ND, the Association will serve over 25,000 mem- ber—owners, and have over $10 billion in assets. “We Want to first thank our shareholders for exercising their right in helping shape the future of our cooperative,” said Ed Hegland, board chair of AgCountry Farm Credit Services. “ of usurpation. As we have seen, there is neither an enumerated nor im- plied power of executive privilege in the Constitution. It is obvious, more— over, that in the Aaron Burr treason trial, that Chief Justice John Marshall, like the flamers of the Constitution, found no evidence that executive priv- ilege was rooted in the separation of powers. Indeed, he ordered Presi- dent Thomas Jefferson to produce a letter requested by Burr. Jefferson complied. For his part, Jefferson made no separation of powers objection and he invoked no Claim of executive privilege to withhold the letter fiom thecourt. The court’s creation of a constitutionally based power of executive priv- ilege has been asseIted to the detriment of the power of Congress to con- duct inquires and investigations into potential executive abuses, to dis- cern the truth of events critical to public understanding, to secure public safety and to legislate potential government reform. There is no evidence that the assertion of executive privilege has served the general welfare. The respect enjoyed by the court is in no small part, derived Hutu its ability to render rulings and write opinions that appeal to reason. But when an opinion is grounded in premises bereft of historical evidence and the customary touchstones of judicial decisions, it is difficult to explain. The assertions of executive privilege has done more harm than good and, in any event, they have denied the citizenry the peace of mind that comes from a satisfying and thorough congressional investigation that yields the truth on which the republic replies. American history affirms the framers’ understanding that the integri- ty of government officials, alone, will not afford a sufficient bulvirark against the abuse of power. That is why the framers wrote a Constitution, replete with checks and balances. Nothing in law or history suggested to them the wisdom of an executive power to conceal information from Congress. Nothing since — either in law or history —— has offered persuasive evi- dence that the framers were mistaken. r Adler is president of The Alturas Institute, created to advance American Democracy through promotion of the Constitution, civic education, equal protection and gender equal— ity. Send questions about the Constitution to Dr. Adler at NDWTPCqumn@gmail.com and he will attempt to answer them in subsequent columns. This column is provided by the North Dakota Newspaper Association and Humanities North Dakota. The Fordville-Lankin Elementary School is searching for a Special Education Para Educator for the 2021-2022 school year. ' Special education paraprofessionals work with special needs students one-on-one, in a small group, or in the classroom. Position requires a high school _dipldmaor‘GED:Responsibilities‘indudébiithot'“ limited to caring for a very young student With limited mobility. This is a full-time position. We also have openings in the following ‘ ‘ positions: Music Teacher, Business Teacher, Bus Driver, and Para. For more details, please call Mr. O’Brien, Superintendent, or Mrs. Kunrath, Elem. Principal at 1 701 229-3297. “ SEEKING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR , WALSH COUNTY JOB DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (ECONOMIC/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT) The Walsh County Job Development Authority , (WCJDA) is seeking a full-time forward thinking, in- dependent professional to provide leadership and man- agement of the organization. The WCJDA assists new and existing businesses with business plan development, financial packaging and gap financing; assists with grant writing opportunities; participates with local gOvernments and organizations in community and economic develop- ment projects; promotes tourism activities; and promotes workforce development strategies. The ideal candidate forthis position will develop and administer the annual WCJDA budget; maintain all financial records; monitor loan portfoliosvand loan payments; promote and market Walsh County; attend local, regional and state meetings and events; write and manage grant applications; sched- ule and coordinate WCJDA board meetings and report up- dates and potential new loan applications to the board. The ideal candidate must have the ability to work inde- pendently; to keep information strictly confidential; to per- form strategic thinking; and to serve as project manager for all funding. Applicants will need strong written and ver- bal communication skills; have experience in grant writ- ing skills; have independent organizational skills; possess knowledge of Microsoft Office and QuickBooks; and fi- nancial skills for managing WCJDA’s finances, loan port- folios and grant funds. The WCJDA offers excellent wages and benefits includ- ing health insurance, dental and vision insurance, paid h0lldays, annual leave, sick leave and a flexible work en- vironment. Salary DOE. Application and complete job description can be tonnd at https:/lwww.co.walsh.nd.us under Departments/Human Resources/Career Oppor- tunities. EOE . Apply by Wednesday, November 29, 2021‘ by sending application and resume to walshcountyjda@nd.gov felt a merger would provide our member-owners with greater long-term benefits, and this vote further affirrns that belief.” Farm Credit Services of North Dakota Board Chair Bryan Ankenbauer shares, “Our commitment to serving agriculture and rural America will only grow stronger with this'merger. We look forward to the new op- portunities that will be created while keeping the best interests of our members at the center of all that we do.” Dakota, western Minnesota and central Wisconsin. AgCountry is a part of the Farm Credit System, a nationwide network of cooperative financial services institutions that serves rural America. Learn more at AgCoun- try.com. 'About Farm Credit Services Of North Dakota Farm Credit Services of North Dakota is a member-owned agricul- From the beginning, both boards A, Duties include: preplunch, cook lunch, serve , unch tural cooperative providing loans to farmers and ranchers for real estate, machinery, livestock and operating needs. F C SND also offers life & dis- ability and crop insurance to the rural community. FCSND serves north- west and north central North Dakota and is part of the Farm Credit Sys- tem. Learn more at farmcreditndcom. About AgCountry Farm Credit Services , Headquartered in Fargo, ND, AgCountry is a member-owned, lo— cally-govemed lending institution that provides credit, financial and in—~ surance services to farmers, ranchers and agribusinesses in eastern North the houses were intended for more disadvantaged people. The Investigation Committee of 1921 said, “The League bosses pretended to enact this law for the poor working man 'who had no home.’ The story of the Home Builders Association shows that it was only political bait.” Moreover, the Association borrowed money from anOther Industrial Commission program, the Bank of North Dakota. This activity was not al- lowed by law, and the action resulted in added debt for taxpayers. The Association had accrued a debt of over a half a million dollars by the time its laws were repealed and the Association liquidated in 1923. The Association did last two years longer than many responsible for its creation. Gover- nor Frazier, Attorney General Lemke, and Commissioner Hagen were recalled from office over the controversy in a special election in 1921. Jewish Cemetery Dakota Datebook written by Tessa Sandstrom . November 24, 2021 Jewish cemeteries and memorials are scattered across the continent of Europe from Prague to Barcelona, and many are found in the city centers to pay tribute to a people who lived throth many hardships. North Dakota may seem far away from all of that history, but on the vast, bare plains of Ramsey County, North Dakota has its own memorial to a Jewish settlement. The Sons of Jacob Cemetery is little known to most in the state, but on this day in 1971, the Devil’s Lake Journal brought'this unique history and land back into the present. ‘ ' The article came after a recent visit of two Jewish descendants whose family had tried to homestead near Garske, asmall village in Ramsey Coun- ty. The visitors, Stewart Stern of Hollywood and Jeff Kaufmann of Santa Monica, were thought to be the only descendants of the Jewish pioneers to visit since the settlement disbanded in the early 1900s. Stern and Kaufmann had come to retrace the steps of their relatives, from the settlement in Ramsey County, to Rolla where their relatives traded furs with the Native Americans. While on their visit in the Lake Region, the two visited Stem’s family’s homestead. Following their visit, they hoped to visit Stem’s uncle, Adolf ZUkOT, and present him with soil fromthe old homestead and with pictures of the cemetery. lukor had been one of the early pioneers to move into the Lake Region. Zukor had come from a family of vineyard farmers, and much like the other pioneers who staked out claims in the Lake Region, he had hopes of making a living on his own land. Immigrants began moving into the area in the summer of 1882, but the winter proved difficult for the pioneers. They lived in insufficient homes and were unaccustomed to the harsh North Dakota weather conditions. Poor conditions and unlucky crop failures the following summer plagued the inexperienced immigrants. Many families moved out within the next few years, and the situation of the Jewish settlements grew more dire. Relief came in the winter of 1888, when they began receiving welfare from sympathetic Jews in the Twin Cities. It wasn’t long before contributions came from across the nation. Settlers held out for several years with the financial aid of the cities, but a bitter rivalry soon grew between Minneapolis and St. Paul over the Dev- il’s Lake settlement. St. Paul believed it had done more than its share for the Devil’s Lake colony. Meanwhile, Minneapolis was requesting aid from non-Jews, and St. Paul believed Minneapolis’ actions were “making beggars of the Devil’s Lake colony.” Despite the rivalry, the settlement persist- ed several more years. By 1912, it was the oldest Jewish settlement in the Northwest. The small village retained a sense of livelihood with its own rabbi and teacher, and farmers were having more success with crops. By 1920, however, the families had drifted away, and many younger people went to the cities. The cemetery now remains the only remnant of the brief, yet persistent Jewish settlers of the Lake Region. “Dakota Datebook" is a radio series from Prairie Public in partnership with the State Historical Society of North Dakota and with fimding from the North Dakota Humanities Council. See all the Dakota Datebooks at prairiepubliaorg, subscribe to the "Dakota Datebook podcast, or buy the Dakota Datebook book at shopprairiepublicorg. HELP WANTED "WWWW' is your address changing as well? Sunshine Kids of Park River is seeking Let us know ' individuals who love working with kids to join before You 9°- our team! Positions available: - Kitchen Help Monday-Friday 10:00am-2:00 m Callx M at j fiflhue; Possess I 284-46333: '7 '5atlJ‘L1i30‘am‘. clé’ahkitiihe ,,.atte.r-|unchi .dene.‘ a; .. ,. . wash dishes, clean hi‘ghc ‘air's,“table','c,airs, ' silveep and mop the floor.“_May need to do ‘some light grocery shopping. Please call 701.284.7666 and ask‘for Ashley. if you have anyquestions about the posmon. Full Time Med/Surg Supervisor: The med/surg su- pervisor will perform a supervisor role in additiOn to working on the floor as an RN, balancing shift work and office duties. This position excludes weekend rotation but willingness to fill in to en- sure adequate staffing. Responsibilities include but are not limited to sCheduling, quality studies, timesheets, employee evaluations, policy re- view, state survey compliance team, attendance at various meetings. North Dakota RN License Required. Must be able to pass a background check Pay Is DOE . . Fingerprinting is reqUired Substitutes needed! For more information about these ositions call 701-284-7666 and ask for shley WALSH COUNTY FARMLAND FOR SALE PRAIRIE CENTRE TOWNSHIP AND RUSHFORD TOWNSHIP Paul A. Cervenka as Trustee of the Revocable Living Trust Agreement of Stanley J. Cervenka and Patricia R. CerVenka offer for sale the following described farmland: PCMHA Flex Time Clinic RN/LPN Flex Time Speech Pathologist Current licensure as Speech Pathologist in state of ND required Full Time Physical Therapist or Physical Therapy Assistant ‘ Full/Part Time RN (Sign On Bonus: $4,000.00 Full Time/$2,000.00 Part Time) Full/Part Time LPN (Sign On Bonus: $2,000.00 Full Time/$1,000.00 Part Time) . Flex Time RN Southeast Quarter (SE1/4) of Section Thirty (30), Township One Hundred Fifty-Six (156), Range Fifty-four (54) 142.29 Tillable Acres, more or less (FSA Records) North Half of the Southwest Quarter (N1/2$W1/4) of Section Thirty-six (36), Township One Hundred Fifty-six (156), Range Fifty-five (55) 68.66 ‘ Tillable Acres, more or less (FSA Records) Parcel #1 Parcel #2 Wedgewood Mandr Part Time Housekeeper 8hr Day shifts Weekend and holiday rotation Full Time Cook/Dietary Aide - Weekdays, every other weekend, alternating shifts - Willingness to cross train as dietary aide Full/Part Time PM/Night LPN/RN Full/Part Time PM/Night CNAs ~ *PM shift earns an additional $2.00/hr!* *Night shift earns an additional $3.00/hr!* _*$10,000.00 Sign On Bonus for Full Time RN/LPN* *$1,500.00 Sign On Bonus for Full Time CNA ($750.00 Part Time)* ' *$2,000.00 Sign On Bonus for Full Time Night CNA ($1,000.00 Part Time)* *Educational Assistance Available!* GREAT BENEFIT PACKAGE! Apply online at www.cavalierhospital.com ‘ or contact Ann Russell at 701-265-6329 * Pembiml County Menmriul Hospital Written Bids will be received _at the Law office of Wes R. Welch, PC, 201 Briggs Avenue South, Park River, North Dakota 58270, until10:00 A.M., Tuesday, December 14, 2021. P e ubmit ritt n per parcel, not per acre. We accept bids hand delivered, mailed or faxed. Bids will be opened at that time and place. Serious r written bidders will be invited to remain and participate in oral bidding. The right is reserved to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price will be due upon acceptance of bid. For Bidding Instructions and Land Details Contact: Wes R. Welch, PC PO Box 107 201 Briggs Ave. S. Park River, ND 58270 (701‘ )284-7833 Fax 701-284-7832 Wedgewood Manor