Duncan Dough Nuts- Who should pay Bechtel for this Job? Private capital? No the People should pay Bechtel. Because it is good that in Panama the gold bonds were issued as guaranteed by the United States Treasury for such time as would be appropriate to place Noriega in its ports and insure that we miners and metalheads can continue to undermine the foundations of the earth and blow the tops off its mountains as we paralyze the population with poppies, pretty poppies, and apples, poison apples.

4/16/1931 Farmer's Trust Company, Trustee, conveyed and warranted to Clarence F. and Minnie V. Kryder Lots 72, 81, 82, 85, 86, 89, 90, 94, 129, 130, 137, 138, 143, 144, 145, 147, 148, 76, 211, 212, 231, 232, in Fairfield Terrace Section "A.."

4/16/1931 Order to proceed: Hoover Dam, Bechtel, bonded by Aetna "Henry J. Kaiser & W. A. Bechtel Company of Oakland, California; McDonald & Kahn Ltd., of Los Angeles; Morrison- Knudsen Company of Boise, Idaho; J. F. Shea Company of Portland, Oregon; and the Pacific Bridge Company of Portland, Oregon. The contract was awarded to Six Companies on March 11, 1931 and the order to proceed was issued on April 16, 1931.

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