Discusses the new resettlements of farm families and the concerns of North Dakota residents. “‘I do not think it is fair to start with the assumption that these families will become public charges,’ Miss Reynolds (representative of the Farm Security state organization) said. ‘The simple fact that people need public aid is no measure of their ability. The success of this enterprise is going to depend upon you people, upon the reception they receive, upon a neighborly spirit of helpfulness”.
Bismarck Tribune, November 05, 1937; p. 3