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Beach, North Dakota
May 31, 1934     Golden Valley News
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]FqlJBL~HI~D AT BEACH, NORTH DAJ~OTA. EVI~,RY T~H[URSDAY ~tered Lt postofflee at Beach, North Dakota, on May 8, 1908 as second class matter ME~]BER NATIONAL AND STATE EDITORIAL ASSOCIATIONS ~ICrlPtlons in North Dakota, South Dakota, MOntana and Minnesota $$.G0. TD ah other states, $2.50. OFFIG~L CITY AND OOUNTY NEW~AI~]g WHY DID HE NAME DARROW ? On motion of Senator Nye the president appointed a commission, headed by Clarence Darrow, the noted criminal lawyer and Socialist, to inquire into the working of the NRA as related to the forgotten man, otherwise the small business man. The president, as does all the world, knew that Dar- row was possessed of many wild-eyed theories of government and is an unstable reed upon which to lean, so it looks to us that he had no kick coming when Darrow razzooed the NRA in his report. The NRA has always invited criticism and as often razzed the party making it, so after holding the report 17 days it and the reply of Director Johnson were made known together, a very unusa] proceeding, and one which showed Darrow had hit under the belt and unusual things had to be done to offset the report, all of which seems need- less when one knows Darrow. Maybe the administration has learned the lesson that it is needless to pass the buck to any more commissions-on matters that the administration itself should be conversant with. However, this lesson is not without its benefits, just as the Wirt fiasco helped to bring to the front the socialistic tendencies in many of the departments at Washington. That the small business man is being discriminated against in what is said to be efforts in his behalf, goes with- out saying, for many of us small fry have found that out, but if all these explosions bring about better conditions, an oc- casional flop can be excused. A GREAT ISSUE Tho~ folks who live at Miles City deserve a lot of pat- ring on the back for the manner in which they put over their blden anniversary celebration and jubilee, and of course, we with appreciation the big newspaper ourold side kick, Scanlan, put out for the occasion. This issue of the Miles City Star was printed on golden tinted paper, in black and colors, and besides the first sixteen pages, the regular Star, contained an added seven sections of 24 pages each in which were detailed tales of the early west and the splendid adver- tising contributed by the merchants of the city. In all it was one of the best special issues we have seen, but best of all is the community spirit which enabled the editor to publish such a splendid showing of the progress of a ~western city. The conception of this fine piece of work and the co-operation of the home people will go down in his- tory as an illustration Of what can be done when all hands put their shoulder to t he wheel and boost for their own town and section. Joe, our congratulations are divided, between you and the good, live people of your town. You make a team that can't be beat. DRIFTING TO FEDERALISM Through the failure of local enforcement of laws, or .complacency with those who break the laws, the federal gov- ernmefit is gradually encroaching on state's rights and steadily absorbing government at Washington. The "New Deal" has taken from us many things that before a 3;ear ago were considered the inalienable right of the states to handle, and we have agreed to the transfer of power without a whimper, in fact are daily asking the federal government to do for us. more and more, the things we should do ourselves. A large element of our people have come to lean on the government instead of taking the initiative themselves and there is every evidence that the brain trust is being abetted and aided by those who prefer to depend on others, rather than on the old fashioned "rugged individualism." The federal government now exercises nearly half the powers originally belonging alone to the states, and the drift will soon give it supreme power and a dic- people exert themselves in the continu- an~ of government. TELLING THE TRUTH ~ ......... ~'~ Iowa publishers have devised the following supplemen- ta~..y provisions of the code, which we hope General Johnson wilt l~urry up and approve. Their adoption will mean millions to us small town publishers: For telling the public that a is a successful citizen when everybody knows he is as m a government mule---S2.70. Referring to a deceased is mourned by the entire community when he will only be rai~ed, by the pgrker circle- t to some gallivanti~ ~lal'~is~ger fe- b~ adY when.every business man in town the devil comlng--:$8.10. Sending a hypo- when we know that hell is L--Gazette, Sffilwater, Minn, r need not be overawed by the size of his me- rival. The local has a place in the life ~an not usurp if the opportunities and makes the Now, as always, the hometown newspaper is the best and cleanest exponent of constructive journalism. The Linger Leader says that the state may lose federal road aid to the extent of $600,000 "because the state and county relief agencies lag m putting men to work." The Leader might better have laid the trouble at the door of the highway department, as, if the head and foremen of that department spent as much time on the work as they do at- ~tending the Linger meetings around the state more high- way ~-'L ark might be done. Who knows best what the state needs ? the several state opposing the Linger regime, who have been job through all kinds of administrations, or the army are only interested in the jobs they hold? It is a harrowing thing to see the farmers standing by ~and seeing their crops burned under the tropic skies that havre been our lot prettymuch this spring. Their equan- imity under such a strain m remarkable and beyond praise. to read, once in a while, about law of- do not all come from under ground. Many are THE BEACH. N. D.. ADVANCE St t E win / NOT SO BAD Dropping off a precipice is easy and the fall is fast and furious: climbing to the top again is slow and tedious. We )lunged into this economic earthquake almost over-night, and if we regain a solid footing again, it will have to come slow and easy, like inching a big weight along. Frequently some pessimistic and impatient soul is heard to say "no matter what comes out of Washington, we're no better off than we were." Here are a few facts that refute this statement: Factory sales of automobiles in this country during the first nine months of this year totaled 1,672,767 units of which 1,398,903 were passenger cars. This compares with a total for the same period last year of 1,155,066 units, of which 966,119 were passenger cars. The General Electric Company has added 7,600 em- ployees to its payrolls since March 1, and total annual payroll rate is $17,000,000 greater than it was on that date. Railway carloadings for many leading carriers for the week ended October 21, have reached a new high mark for ~,e year, Employment figures show an increase, likew(se payrolls, indicating that manufacturing concerns have added consid- erably more workers during the month. The g~n in deposits of reserve member banks through- out the" country for the weeking ending October 21, total nearly $t50,000,000. We may as well make up our mind to be content with a long hard pull, and the work will seem lighter if we whistle a lively tune instead of humming a dirge.---Record, States- ville, N. Carolina. No newspaper is worth tw~i~ff~ barnyard that never steps on anyone's toes.// can live cheaper/ut not happier, when Four Mr You wife is reducing. /~ i ......... -::- .... -/=~:- take medic~I treatment; for a few GARNER/ / days. Mrs. Kxemers returned the ~nd daughter The Straiten school visitors on day, with a picnic at~ house for the Mrs. George Mrs. Strowe expects ~. A. E. ~cheffer and 30th for the eighth visited Beach lions, with the other Mr: and Mrs. Herb Bab~k and members for two children were Beach and Sen- June 8th. Miss tinel Butte v~ltors l~klay. '~ did th driving. Mrs. Win. Kremers drove to~l~iek- Omsberg were Beach" inson Wednesday with Mrs. Nlck Lundin. Mrs. Lundtn remaining ~0 . ] Diet~ and children c~led at the Matt Krause home Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Torval Vieland. Del- bert Howie and Chris. Stokker visit- ed at Lars Vanvig's on the river Friday. Mr. and Mrs, Dell Howie and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gigstad and chil- dren attended play day at Beach. Mr and Mrs. Tom Wosepka and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Shoen and sons took in play exercis- es at Sentinel Butte. Henry Omsberg did some carpen- ter work at the Crossman place on Friday. The members of the hog and corn committee were measuring corn land for Joe Diet~ and alan Allstot on Thursday. Marian Wosepka, who has been teaching north of Sentinel Butte the last school year ~losed her school Friday with a pi(~ic. Mrs. Ed. Shoe~ has taken several medical treatments in Beach during the last tw, o weeks. an~. Joe Dletz and chfl- Mr. dren were Beach business visitors Saturday. Dell Howie and G. Schumacher are among those who have been spreading grasshopper dope the last. few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Shoer~ visited at the Crossman home Saturday eve- ning. There was a large attendance from this vicinity at the dance at Alpha Friday evening. Jack Hardy was seen one day last week sailing around us in his plane. He made a landing in the field near his old home. Whlt~! Sepulchre= Whited sepulchre means a hypo- crite, something or somebody who is not what it or he appears. The phrase occurs in the Bible in Mat- thew 23:27: "Whited sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful out- ward, but are within full of dead men's bones." CAtS Uad Thr~ Name= Mobeetle, Texas, "mother city of the Panhandle,~ has had three ~f. ferent names and been situated on three different sites. THURSDAY, MAY 31 WESTERHEIM Con Short. who lives near the Little Missouri river, is now camped in a sheep wagon at the old Jame- vacation after a winter hills. Suart Bronson and motored to Beach they marketed farm School-Leaving Age= ! son place, which he owns and where I England is one of he is fencing. He is doing a little' t~le~ with a detective work trying to find out low as fourteen. In the pa~2ies are who are cutting many, Rumania, Portugal, cedar and ash posts on his land inI of Switzerland it is fifteen the north township. Latvia, one of the smallest Evelyn cook and Pauline Will In Europe, It is sixteen. were canning meat at the Gee. - Wright home last Friday. Pauline Will is employed at the Creo. Wright home~i~tr~.. Several peop!~from our neigh- borhood and ~rth of here attendekl the Stockm~'s convention at Me-~ dora May~ud. They report an ex-' cellent tL~*out and entertainment. Just. ~swood of near Beaver Creek v~siSed at the Ted Cook home i one day last week A join~ picnic Wits held at the Hal- ~ m vor g v t Sunday, when! Evel~ Lardy aihd ~velyn Nelson en- tertained the ~0Ul~S and their par~l WO 1 d' ants o~ their ~ch~s. Both school~l closet ~last F~da/. ~ / I calle~ last Friday searching fo~ a hors~ he had bought l~st year ~om ~IcClenahen. / Mosser traded thre~/broke horses to Lawrenc~ Kirk- \near Sentinel P~te for a May 26. gaited r~gistered safldl~ horse. Mr. Mouser de~Vm~d--%q~e saddle horses and took the gaited animal home. : remove your Chiea~o Ralph and his uncle have a nice roomand herd of saddle horses near Beaver Creek. ~ you Donald Buell, who has been at the Clifford Wagner ranch went to SenUnel Butte last Saturday, re- I turning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Stacker and 'Frank Morris were callers at the I Frank Morris ranch last Thursday. !They had dinner with J. E. Cook and family. Leo Sperry and Bill Heeler hauled ahy rack load of cedar posts out to their farms near Beach. These posts were cut near the river. Mrs. Otto Will was on the sick list last week, but is now reported much better. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rathbun were Sunday callers at the Ed. Cook home. W. R. Conboy was a combined business, and pleasure trip'to Sent- inel Butte and Beach the past week Mr. Conboy deserves a well earned Bc~h Co~ : tton~lub cam batnq dittoned ~r. Plan togol Ant fort by train. Free N. P. Booklet m Ask any at~mt of tl~ Northern Pacific Never before at this low price, such car TWO-DOOR SEDAN $595 FACTORY Delivered Ready to Drive $73g weled Movam~r new ear. created bl~Nash/!~is a serie~ of costly featurea ~re used in th~/l-ow-pric~i e the jewels in a fine watch, of these proven featt :i~ies important for you. / 'jeweled is designed to meet the people who wcmt a car oi lonq life at a low pr]~:'% movement~' NA~ that "Jeweled ne~ Seven-bearing. plete of e rods; of engine; lnvar cars; automatic and trol ~ock abem~aera; steerir~ eliminator; LA NASH-BUILT R. R. HALSTEAD Phone 18 --- Beach, N. D.