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THE BEACH REVIEW L Corn-Hog Program Is Indorsed by Farmers N~W DEALERS have scored a ma- victory, and are correspond- Ingiy elated. By a majority of some- thing llke 6 to 1, the corn-hog produc- ers have voted for a continuance of the croup adjustment through andther year. Incomplete r e t u r n s from the referendum ghowed that the pro- gram was favored-by a majority in every one of the 33 states from whlch votes were received. "It is only natural Chafer C. that we should be Davis pleased with the ap- parent approval of adjustment given by corn and hog farmers," said Ches- ter O. Davis, AAA administrator, as be watched the returns come in at Washington. "If the final results bear out present Indications another volun- tary contract wlll be offered for both corn and hogs." In a formal statement Davis em- phasized earlier assurances that the AAA would seek a 25 to 80 per cent increase in hog production next year, saying He "need for increasing the present perk supply of the nation. . . ~ill be kept in mind in plans for the mext adjustment coIrtract." Secretary of Agriculture Wallace out a statement commending the for their decision. "The ref- erendtma means," sald Mr. Wallace, "4that corn-hog farmers of the country be doing their best to increase production next year In such s wax as will not bring about excessive overproduction in subsequent years. They realize their triple duty: To the consumer, to the cause of soil con- oervation, and to the maintenance of a fair income for themselves." Before the results of the vo~ing were known President Roosevelt announced tentative plans for making the AA.A over from an emergency to a per- manent agency. Observers in Washing- ton concluded that Mr. Roosevelt in- tends to make the AAA a major cam- paign Issue next year and to rely for ". w~ N~,#~p~v U~m Hoare Tells British Stand on War SIR SAMUEL HOA.RE, British i~r- elgn secretary, assured parliament and the world that Great Britain has no intention of fighting Italy and would not alone apply mill- tary sanctions against that nation. He held out strong hopes that the war in Africa could be settled with- out resort by the league to extreme measures. His speech was plainly an invita- tion to Italy to talk peace terms. Denying that the government's policy is Sir Samuel hostile to Fascism, Sir Hoare Samuel said: "We have not the least intention of Interfering in the domestic affairs of other people." '"~he unbroken solidarity of the em- pire is behind the government's pol- icy," he said. "Let those prophets of misfortune who have marked the em- pire doWn for decay and dissolution observe this fact of overwhelming im- portance." Hoare hinted at British isolation from continental affairs if the league collapses. Next day Prime Minister Stanley Bald- win warmly endorsed all that had been done at Geegva. He deprecated even the use of the word war, but called for a rearming of the empire, saying: "In the interests of world peace it is es- sential our defensive services should be stronger than they are today." Baldwin announced the adjournment o~ parliament on October" 25 and the election of s new parliament on No- vember 14. The campaign already is under way and is lively, with the inter- national situation furnishing the main issues. The Labor party accuses the government of delaying action in the Italo-Ethioplan embroglin until too late to prove really effective, and ira. pugns its motive in seeking rearma, meat. Navy Day Is Celebrated Kansas Republicans Want Landon for Peesident THERE is no lack of potential can- didates for the Republican Presi- dential nomination. The latest boom to be informally launched is for GOVo Alf M. Landon of Kan- sas, often mentioned as a posstbility. The other day there was a gathering in Topeka of party leaders, in. eluding members of the state committee, state office holders, congressmen and Sen- ator Arthur Cap@st, and after some ora- tory they unanimously and enthusiastically in- Gov. Landen dorsed the governor for the nomina- tion. Landon had not indicated wenet~er he would be a candidate. Ii he will, the movement will probably be given formal status at the ananai Kansas day dinner in ~Popeka on Jan- usry 29, the seventy-fifth anniversary of the state's admission to the Union. "Inquiries about the formation of Landon-for-President clubs have been received from 45 states," said Will G. West, clerk of the United States Dts- trier court and former secretary to the governor. "Requests for information about the governor are coming from all parts of the country. An org~niza- ~on-should be set up soon to supply them with the ~nformation and direc activities in formation of clubs." President Roosevelt Back ~n the White House pRESIDENT ROOSNVELT, deeply tanned and in fine spirits, returned to the White Hous~ his holiday tour ~ende(L When he landed from the cruis- er Houston at Charleston, S. C., he told a big crowd,gathered to welcome him that the country is on its way back to prosperity under the planned economy of his administration, "and don't let anybody tell you differently." At an informal press conference Just before he left the cruiser, the Presi- dent was naked to comment on the "impending collapse" of his drive to put three and a half million employ- ables on relief to work by November L He replied that November 30 was 99 days off and that November 1 had nero er been set as the deadline, and that he had been very carefUl to say that substantially three and a half million persons would be put to work. If three m[lllon are at work by November 80 he said he would be satisfied with the four-billion-dollar program, and that it could not then be considered to have fallen down. Abe Shushan AcquiRed "Rose" Knitting Bag for Crochet GAANDMOTHER CI,A.RK Any woman who does knittin~ Would be proud to carry her work and materials in this extremely pretty knitting beg. The pocket when fin- ished measures 10 by 13 Inches and Is crocheted with extra heavy dark Mountain Craft crochet cotton. The design, as illustrated, is the popular Rose design. Package No. 749 with brown crochet cotton includes illustration, complete instructions, also black and white diagram for easy counting of "meshes. These instructions and diagram will be sent postpaid for 10 cents. Complete package with instructions, thread and proper size crochet hook will be sent postpaid for 40 cents. Handles are not included. AddreSs Home Craft Co., Def)t. B, Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave, St. Louis, Me. Enclose stamped ad- dressed envelope for reply when writing for any information, An Observation I believe it Is no wrong observa- tion, that persons of genius, and those who are most capable'of Art, are always most fond of Nature; and as such are chiefly sensible, that all Art consists in the imitation of Na- ture. On the contrary, people of the common level of understanding are print~I~lly delighted with the little niceties and fantastical operations of Art, and constantly think that finest which is least naturaL--Pope. Bright Students Westminster college .freshmen at New Wilmington, Pa., made these answers to a Bible test: The epistleS were wives of the apostles. "Revolutions" Is the last chapter tn "the Bible. Larazus is a city in Palestine. HUNTING WALRUS IN THE ARCTI~ A COMMUNAL AFFAIR The Alaskan method of hunting walrus in the Arctic is extremely communal. Some of the men in kay- aks--the skin boats Just large enough for one occupant--take after the big beast and hurl their harpoons into it. The harpoon is in reality a spear with a loose point to which Is at- tached a lltle eI~dlng in a bladder, to keep the walrus afloat after it is dead. Also attached to the line Is a kind of drift anchor made of hide stretched across a square wooden frame, which prevents the walrus from traveling too far. After the harpoon point Is secured tn the animal's skin, the killing must be done with spears which penetrate the lungs and intestines. This takes time, skill and bravery, as the na- tives cannot hurl the heavy spears from a great distance, and if the spear sticks In the walrus without klNlng it, the hunter has to row close enough to the prey to get his spear again, which is very dangerous, It Is always great fun to haul a walrus to slTore and cut it up. Ev- ery man gets his share, and he knows from long precedent exactly what portion is his. The man who thrusts the first harpoon Into the animal is the owner and receives the credit. For this he takes the head, the heart, the left flipper and the guts. Num- ber two takes the right forepart; number three the left rear portion, and so on. I was lucky the first time and secured a forepart because I had killed the animal after some one else had harpooned lt.~Peter Freuehen in Cosmopolitan. Your Right- You don't have to openly agree with anyone unless you want to; or. openly disagree. BORROWER, LENDER Neither a borrower nor a iendez be ; for loan oft loses both itself and friend. L Sll[l[ YOUll LOOAL I)I[AIJEII--~ m fo~ ~ Dl~ipt~v* [,ltm~m~. SOLD BY DEALERS EVERYWRERE The KILDALL Co., Mi~ Mhm, ! ! , !