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Third Annual G. V. Independent Basketball Tourney : Announced For March 8-9----See Page 8 For Details THE BEACH REVIEW VOLUM~ XIII" Alia THE SE~T~ BUTTm ~ NUMBER 31 ' L , ~ i iI ,i,m i ,ml , ~ ,,, = , i , i , ,, VCLUME 4 BEACH, GOI.JDEQN V~ OOUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, 'Iq[t~RSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1935 NUMBER 19 MOODIE TRIAL BEGINS TODAY AT BISMARCK conf~ , f ::: WHEAT .... PRO:' " tWl R. SCHELL BUY N Preparing for Anot]ler Bonus Army ]LOCI[SR WLN W CA-SEG[iE ES LAW PRACTICE E GRAM PAYS NEW ENGLAND OFFICERS MONDAY TO SUPREME FOR ITSELF George Farrell, Chief Of Wheat Section, Issues Statement No one needs to worry aboUt the activities of the .national wheat pro- dttction adJuotment program In the belief that a huge debt is being piled np for future generations to pay. '/'he program is paying its way and is piling up no debts, E. J. Bell, assistant to George E. Farrell, chief of the wheat section, assured farm. ere gathered at Farmers and Hom~ Former G. V. State's Att'y Says He Is Thru With Politics ~'ormer district Judge W. R. Schell last week purchased the law office and practice of Judge Harvey J. Miller at New England and took pos- session of the business there at the same time Judge Miller established his chambers at Dickinson. Miller sold his Practice a short time ago to R. R. Halstead, local agent, and the latter tn turn sold it to Attorney Schell, w~o has just retired from a term on the bench as district judge: Alison Gilman Is New Head Of Beach Girls' Order At their regular meeting in the Masonic Temple Monday night the local Rainbow Girls Installed officers fox" the coming term. They are as follows : Worthy Advisor ................ Alison Gilman Worthy Associate Advisor : ..................... ................................................ Meredith Fuller Charity ....................................... Luella Stlck~ Hope ..................................... Marjorle Fuller Faith .................................. Elnore IAvermore Recorder ........................... Marian Wallace Treasurer ................................... Enola Lassell makers week at the North Dakota Attorney Schell took his wife and Agricultural College Jan 16 [ " - ....... 1 - from I (mis Wl~tenborn, Harold Hlckerson and Fames O Eaton of tiw Rank aml ,,-- " ' I little uaugnter to r~ew rang anti -" ~ l~n"" -- "h lr "'" -" '- - : " " " : " Tre "~t 20 months have demonA ....... lqle o~ ~rtee, m t e wasnmgton neaaquarters pmnnmg zor the coming of ~"~ ~. ...... T Dickinson rest weel~ weanesaay ann aDother "l)onus army" which, they predict, wilt ~ake the last one look like a ma~ me wheat program ls/ they have taken up residence there. Boy S,:,o'at camp. The army is due in Washington by the middle of January aml tmll-~tpportlng," Bell said, "Collec-I " " Miller assumed his duties "will ~'t5 until the bonus'is paid" l auage .... of the processing tax on wheat ........ h ..... .............. :~ .... ~boon sufficient to defray all e~I as ulstrlct auuge january "~, w on ne . ~:Of the Program There will! opened his chambers at Dickinson. Dmnct Court Two Bmhday U'~tndebtedness for' future -on Attorney Schell formerly lived here ]r ~ er~ ~ r~ ir fv '"~'~lql~' to pa-" s " in Beach and served Golden Valleyl ~ I saay Lances 1. t~o. t- ~:.,: ~_ _. " . ..... county two terms as ~qtates Attorney.l ~ ' ~:: :!!~ ~ctat~ taat the Wheat pr~ e~,~ .~,~o.a. ~. w-n* *~ n~ot~ [ District court met tu lt~ regular Two gala affairs are scheduled for ~,~ the objectives that wore _ -- ~ ml~i'-:-- the -- [ morning at ten o'clock, with the ---day evenin% Janus~v 30th, In ~t"~" .... th s .... o" 1 .... uovernor t.anger to o mete un-I _ _ ~w a ~ .. -~ in e prmg ~ ~ when I d e Hen Harve j " - .... - Thoma~ PU h newl~ eected ~u g , , Y . , "~" -~- d~ve~oped "- e~ term o~ $ml~e E .... ~r Of PreMdent Ro0~ovelt s birth- :, :a.:W ~a'~ Or: wnm~ la~. ~. ~ as eO~wt l~porter. Kennetlt AIl~t}O :_ .............. n'- ~'~"" "" ~ -~":~-S -~ n~ve ~ m-~m~,v~.~ -~ ....... t merit Will De ne~z a~ the ma~ z ~. ta~ C~Slt IttcotaetO ~ _ " of-- tim since m aduati0n acted tm cJer~ or court m me &n- " ....... at ~ ~___ : . . deal the e y gr .. . Temple In Beach, ann one slmuar man mcr~; growers 9ave ........ of N h--ak t sence of A E Ka~uen, wno wan dm~on~r~ed their ability to "work trom me umverstty err D o a " ' the opera house in Sentinel Butte. :law school," Attorney Schell stated ill. addin~ "Now I hope to get down tc the program has paid its while consumers have the burden in the form of pro. the tax does not sp- here been unduly burden- !~td farmers have had more money wi~t~ which to buy the pro- ducts of the factory." The need for continuing acreage rettuotion was exploined. "Export outlets are still extremely limited; other nations still are main. raining restrictions upo~ imports; domestic consumption in the United States is relative~y stationary." It will continue to be necessary this year to keep 8 to 10 million ,cres of POtential wheat land out of I~tuction. L~oking ~orword to 1936, Bell qttote~ C. C. I~vi$, administrator of the AA~, to the effect that '%~e~ :tore a wheat program is put intoI eff~,t for 1936 tht wheat farmor~ ~d!be given an vpportunlty to ex- their Wishes concerning it." | J , SELF WITH UNCLE 8A Bismarck, N. Ds~, Jan. 23~Strong ~ling for hie patriotic rights was evinoed by a relief client in Wells cm~aty last week in an incident re- tohl l~ F. A. Mead, Fessenden, Wells cottttty FERA administrator. 2NrO eOll~ of paper reposed on the Wells county relief shelves--one roll of ,brown Paper for general wrapping C~:I'Doses PtW~hased by the couv.~y! mm~sioners and anather ~olI of ~ ~White paper shipped in by the ~ government for spCeiat wraP- . 8a~~ Mtmd to th~ rolte4~! ~clie~t, I Vlrre~ these in the hfl'OWR paper yOU' will ~ on the shelf." Resttlts ahow~t t~t the paclae~e~ Were wrapped In white government w~pptng. Said Mead, "Those packages were m~POsed to have been wrapped in ~ae br~wn paper. This white belongs to the U. S. Government." "We~ that's us, ain't It?" queried the Client. Lena Wycof~ is in the Beach hoe- Festivities are scheduled to begin at both places at eight o'clock with interesting programs which the com- mittees tn charge have been busy for some time preparing. Programs have been arranged so that they will con. elude about the time the President is scheduled to broadcast a short ad. dress and radios will be provided In the halls so that those present can listen to Roosevelt's message. At Chaplain ........................................ Janet Loved Drill Leader ...... Elizabeth Spiegelberg Organist ........................ Mary Jane Algulre Cholr Director ................. Dorothy Noyes Red ................................................. Jayne Miller Orange ........................................... Betty Miller Green .................................. Versa Huber Blue ........................ Margaret Splegelber~ Indigo .............................................. Ruth Fritze Violet .............................. Charlotte Lovgren Confidential Observer ...... Bonita Frltze Outside Observer ................. Merle Lovell tlll A Catholic card party sponsored bY i the Guild will be given in the hall the Jag:- Mrs: "l~eo Tobias ta of the committee in charge of the arrangements. On the criminal calendar there the business of practicing law. were three cases, one against Chas. have had all the politics I care fo~ ]Lowman being dismissed and the for some time to come.,, ]other two going over to the next Judge Miller practiced law at New[ term of court. England, N. Dak. for 26 years and] On the civil calendar were two di. for many years was the only alter-IVtee suits. Both were granted, Erich ney in that city. He built up a prec.[ Swing obtaining a die'ores from tics which made New England aP-]Carrie Swing and Winnie Adams pear as the best place to resume| ~rom Wflliam~ Adams, practice, Attorney Schel! stated. ~h0 The judge also signed an order the conclusion of the radio talk best wishes of the many friends of excusing newly elected officials who dancing will be the order of the ev. Attorney Schell and his family here had failed to file their expense ac suing. count within the fifteen days r~ go with them in their new location. Assisting Paul Wagner, chairman quired after election. The next term of court will be of the committee at Sentinel Butte Sub Ze ~/ th are R. C. Doyle, A. P. noises, W. - re ea er held in June. T. Pederson and Wm. Ueckert, while ' Here This Week ev Boy. of Car,yle is ". the committee at Beach consists of He is staying at the Holstein home Oec. Christem~en, chairman, Clarence! Residents of this territ~'y have In Beach. Overstad, AI Gilman, Albert Thomp- experienced a cald wave for the past i week which, it appears, is generM son, AI Kuhfeld and Roy Johnson. In regard to the Birthday Ball, the local committee makes the following statement: "The committee in charge is noi asking for donations. There will be no 'passing the hat.' It merely In. ~ltes you to come to the Birthday Ball and have a good time. "Bear in mind that the proceed~ go to a humanitarian movement, ha. tlonal in Its so)pc, to wipe out a dreadful disease, a disease-that strikes rich and poor alike. We can beat this thing if we pull together. Your share is coming to the Birth- day Ball and having a good ~lme. Get your tickets now. The program starts at 8 o'clock. Be in your seats with a smile." throughout the country. For the past -- week in Beach, the temperature has NotablesonSupreme Court Building Pediment ~been b~low zero most of the time! with the lowest point being reached Wednesday morning when the min- imum recorded by Mrs. J. O. Rag- solo official observer, was 31 degrees below zero. Warmes~ d~y ~f the week (rom last Thursday) was Tue~ day when the thermometer reached 14above. From Thursday night until Monday the mercury never rose above zero, the low point during that period be ing 27 below, and the high, 7 below. I There has been a little precipita- tion each day with quite a heavy fall of snow Tuesday. CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Proceedings of the city council: along with various other offietal puh- i licatlons, will be found on page seven of this Issue of the Re~lew, Despite previous reports, the Review Is the only loom paper which carries all the official ,news, city, county and slate, for this territory, Including, to date at least, the complete proceed. ings of the county ~ommieslonors. Donall~ Hard7 has secured employ. Several notable men, some living, some dead, apl~ear among these figures on the western pediment of the ne,,v Iiupreme court building In Washl~l~l~~om Left to right, the figures are: l~ormer Chief Justice William H?ward Taft, ment with the sub-marginal land when a student at Yale; Elihu Boot, former secretary of state; Case Gilbert, architect of the huilding; "Authority"; office In Me~ot~ ~ w~t ~Llberty Enthroned"; "Order"; Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes; Robert Altken, sculptor of the pedtfnbi~; and for. there last ~. met Chief Justlce John Marshall wlm~ a lad. COURT BODY' Keen Statewide Interest Is Evidenced In Trial Today Bismarck, N. Dak,--The Impeach. meat proceedings a~alnst Governor Thomas H. Moodte started In the House of Representatives Friday wa~ let rest durhtg early sessions thI~ week because of the word that the supreme court had decided to enforce its right of original Jurisdiction over the Moodie qualification case and wotLtd, bring it to an early hearing. Shortly before five Monday night the supreme court filed papers which annou~med tl~tt it would hear the case at 2 o'clock tills (Thursday) af- ternoon in the court chambers. Attorneys Agree On Date, et, The tribunal announced that the time and place, and the waiving of a jury trial in district court to deter. mine facts of the case, had b~U agreed by stipulation of the attor~ , eYS for Gee. Moodie and the state. A message from Judge C, W. BUttZ, Devils Lake, before whom the Ju~ proms court in: making its d~, the court statement said, ~uN Judge Buttz had denied the applica. tlon for change of venue with th further statement to the effect that he believed that it would be imPOS. sible to find an impartial Jury a~Y- where iu the state to try the case on its merits Impeachment Resolution Palled , Friday the House passed the reso- lution to impeach Governor Moodie by a 60 to 52 vote, Dahl of ~ralll, absent and not voting, The reading of the resolution, introduced by Math" Dahl, of Emmons, was the signal for a spirited debate between the mere. bets of the majority faction and the minority. One attempt to adjourn the house, made on motion of Rep. resentative Clark, LaMoure, who asked the new members of the house to help him win adjournment and to meet with ldm to discuss the im- peachment matter, was voted dow~ and the question finally put to a vote. A clincher motion was pro. posed and approved. The resolution charged that the governor was guilty of impeachable offenses and listed them as "crimes: corrupt conduct, malfeasance and misdemeanors In office," Name Committee of Five According to the statutes a commit. tee of five is appointed by the chat~ to prepare charges against the gov- ernor, These are then presented to the house for approval. If approved by a majority of the house, they are immediately filed with the Senate which after completing its business as a legislative assembly r~olVem jltself Into a court of trial and trl~ (Continued to Page 8} CARD OF THANKS' We wish to thank all of our kind friends and neigh~bors who so kindly assisted us during the sickn~'ss and.i death of our beloved husband and father, son and brother. We also wish to thank those who gave bea~ tiful floral offerings. Words eannat express our heartfelt appreciation at. this time. --MRB. JOHN ZELLER AND FAM'I, ILY, W. D. Z~, F, DWIN:~: '" Z~ AND FAMILY.