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Beach, North Dakota
April 4, 1935     Golden Valley News
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THE BEACH REVIEW Published every Thursday at Beaeh, North D~ota H. E. ENDERI.~ and D. A, WALLACE. Editors and Publishers Subscriptions $2.00 per year in advance as second class matter September 18, 1931, at the postoffice at Beach, North Dakota, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates furnished upon request. i ~,01Cial paper of the City of Beach and of Golden Valley county WARDS OF THE KING llll One of the most atrocious and unfair laws which have co.me to our notice in many a day is the one passed recently by the Canadian parliament making the Dionne ~luincruplets wards of the Dominion of Canada and the King of England. Those sponsoring the new law which makes the par- eats not the parents, but only co-guardians of the world's most famous babies, argued that the protection, of the ~ate was needed to shield the quintruplets from commer- cial exploitation. It appears the babies have already earned a matter of $100,000 through picture and features rights and that their father had signed a contract for their appearance in Chicago vaudeville. It was this vaudeville concract which aroused the ire of the Canadian lawmakers. Father Olivia explained that contract in the language any father might be able to understand" "The mother. she was so sick, and five more babies to take care of. The man offered me cash." ~hile there is no doubt that the babies should be protected from exploitation, a better way might have been fOUnd than virtually taking the quintruplets from their Parents. A law ,making it unlawful to exploit any child- reR under a certain age would have accomplished the ~ame end and would have left the children with their Parents. Canada. in the eyes of the world, has committed a legislative wrong. Government should not. meddle with parent love.--Dickinson Press. il DISASTROUS BUT AVOIDABLE ERRORS till The year 1934 set a terrifying record for traffic ac- cidents. Not only-were they of greater number than any other year, but they also had more disastrous results ~.. 1 .+ l ~me for this tragic record is placed by the Nat'onal ~Sureau of Casualty and Surety Underwriters on eight major driving mistakes: (1) Driving too fast for conditions, a cause named ,..~ecifically in 22 per cent of all acciden!ts resulting in fa- tuities charged to drivers alone, and a distinct and some- limes controlling factor in accidents attributed to many ~ther causes. (2) Driving on the wrong side of the road. !t,~) Violating right of way rules. (4) Cutting in. t~) rass- !~g on curve or hill. (6) Failing to signal or signalling ;~properly. (7) Driving off roadway. (8) Reckless driv- According to the report, pedestrians are also charged :~ith fatal errors, four of the worst being: (1) Crossing between, intersections, a mistake that ac- for more than 25 per cent of all pedestrian fatal- (2) Crossing against the signal light at intersections. Playing in the street, an error made chiefly by child: fen, resulting in 16 per cent of all pedestrian deaths. (4) ~C0ming from behind parked car. Naturally some of these causes would not apply in ~l a this vicinity, but most of them are possible mistakes ere as well as elsewhere. For that reason, every motorist :rian should keep them ever in mind. Do your in reducing the traffic toll in 1935. Ill "All that the country needs now is a thorough spirit ~ I " ! I el cooperation. And when I say cooperation mean a ~Ondition irr which government does not attack business . ~d business does not attack government."--Silas H ~ Strewn, United States Chamb'er of Commerce. Ill The filling station men have improved the manners and courtesy of the American public more than all the COlleges in tl~e country.--Robert Millikan, noted physicist. IT BE DONE' o _ I~ARTICI.EG Oi: MEAL WHi~ FP_I. tN'tO FOOD ,e~ CA~ IS opr~so wm# t vmCa ..&:,2 fl, k ~ Is pr~atic.~d~ Write ~ Oeo~ k e~re of this ~-w~l~P~ Sprouted During Stay in Antarctic Beri~ i;;~ld~etl, noted pilot; Dr. Dana Coman, with Ihc hi: ........ , ;.~ grew in the Antarctic ; and Walter J. Lanz, three of the members u~ t l;e i.iacol/t Ellsworth ~:ransantarctle expedition, an they returned to New York. Ellsworth again was frustrated by bad weather In his attempt to fly across the Antarctic ec~n tlnent. Camel's Hump ,~e~-ee~-~ .~ .,~e ~-~e~ .~-:~-~, ~;-e (Too Late for Last Week) Mike and Delbert Olson motored to Sentinel Butte on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Berg and child- ren and Miss Ethel Walker were guests to supper Sunday at the Ray Brier home. Don't forget the Ladies Lutheran Aid Sunday, April 7, at the Mrs. L~rs Ness home, S. Ogard was a caller at Herb Johnstone's on Monday. Max Franzen was an overnight vis- itor Thursday with the Berg boys. Mike Olson was a visitor Monday evening at Ray Brier's. The three children of Howard Van Horn are recovering from the whoop. lug cough. George Fl'ttllZen motored to town P. M. at the Plain View school. George Lardy was a caller Friday on Saturday. Martha Berg Is slowly improving from the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Ness and fam- ily attended church services Sunday in Sentinel Butte. Mr. and M~. Jimmie Johnstone and baby Eugene, and Herb John. stone were Sunday visitors at the Tom Wirtzfelt home. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Myers and children were Beach visitors last Wednesday. Miss Ethel Walker was a visitor FHday evening at Mrs. Iloward Van TTorn's. -NIl Medora CCC (Too Late l~r Last Week) CAMP NEWS ,it. A very interesting lecture was glv- an Tuesday evening in the recreation hall bY Cataln Huntoon. The subject of his talk, which was mainly ad- dressed to the outgoing members, dear with cooperation and coopera- tffes. An informal send-off is being pre- pared for Wednesday evening for l~hose inrolleea leaving for their homes the end of this week. FUTURE OF CCC ASSURED Itll l~,,taib~ ,,f the 'plans upon which the continuation and enlargement of the C. C. C. will he built, undoUbt- edly will be announced by the Pres- ident sometime next week, after final passage of the work-relief bill by Congress. After weeks of delay, during which time the $4,800,000,000 appropriation measure was attacked from many angles, only to come up for final ac- tion in almost the same form i~ which it was originally drafted, th0 life of the C. C. C. will have been saved "at the last moment." Purchases by the Army and the technical services of supplies and ,equipment for Emergency Conserva- :ion Work have been held up pending the appropriation of the necessary funds. Likewise it has been, imPos- sible for those in charge of the CCC work to say definitely Just what their plans are for the future of the pro- ject. Ill[ I,d l~lat,~ Tim lmrmu of atandard~ eaY~ s 1~ watt blflb In a well-shaded type ~ portable tamp will give very lighting. ~Ixty watts will de, hat lOV waits t)re hatter. U.flmded lamps alt~ t~lhl rDCI'H~II~ +ttHt NOTICE TO FARMERS Carlyle News Alec Stryzwski, Walter ERa and Henry Jacobsen returned heals from the CCC camp Wednesday morning. The Lutheran L~lies Aid met at the home of Mrs. Jack Ballard last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. L. Sand- arson became a new memher. After the usual lmsiness a very lovely lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Novak have moved ~nto the Miles Vee house, Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Davis arrived Tuesday evening to spend a few] days visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stewart. ! Mr. and Mrs. T. Fulton and daughters Marean and Mrs. AlVin Vv'oodsend motored to Fort Peck last ! returning Sunday. Mr. Fult-I Friday, on moved Mrs. E. Rappe from Gle~-{ dive to Fo~ Peck where Ear] has I work with the government. 1 Pete Hartse, Mrs. L. Hartse and,l Mrs. G. Randash were Beach shoP-t pars Tues~Y. IaRoy Moline made a trip to Terry! on busines~ last Thursday. On Wednesday averting Mrs L. Hartse and Mrs. G. Randash enter-t tained at a whist party at the Hutse i restaurant. Five tables were in play. Tom Fulton and Mrs. W. Hammond receiv'ed high prize and A. Gibbons and Mrs. B. Narum low The host esses served a lovely lunch. Miss Hazel Hartse is spending a weeks vacation ~t home, she h&~qng worked a year at the Cozy Cafe in Beach. Mrs. W. Swa,ubro received the sad news of her sister-i~-laws death. Mrs. Swanbro left for Princeton, Miun., Saturday monllng. While driving home from Beach on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. E. Minor had the misfortune to tip their car over. Luckily ~o one was hurt. It seems the lights went out and before they could stop they went in the ditch. Claude Lund and Will~u-r Hammond made a business trip to Baker on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. T, Davis left for Great Fails last Friday, after a short Visit with home folks. Steve ]Stryzwski and Ed Kruger were fixing the pump at the Kinsey home on Frid~ay. AI Wosepka was a business caller at Carlyle on Friday. l~arl Minor and Ales Stryzewskl were Wibaux visitors Friday. The Ford salesman from Ple~'na delivered Cary Fishers new V-8 last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. Cooper left for Watertown. S. D., Mrs. Cooper's mother being very ill and there be- ing little hopes held for her recovery, LeRoy Moline has accepted a po- sition with the Yale Oil Co. at Terry and left for that point TuesdaY. His family will remain in Carlyle until a house is obtainable st Terry. l.~ Roy's many frieWds hate to see him leave. m+.'t It b Maid that the first motion pie. tares were received in New York with very little enthusiasm. They w~+re pre 8et'~;,~,,1 in l,q~i at K,wtcr :m