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Beach, North Dakota
December 5, 1935     Golden Valley News
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THE BEACH REVI.EW THURSDAY. DECEMBER ~. 1935 THE "BEACH REVIEW l'u~dishod every Thursday at Beach, North Dakota H. E. ENDEILI,E and D. A. VCALLACE. Editors and Publishers Subscriptions $-'2.00 per year in advance Entered as second class matter September 18, 1931, at the postofftce at Beach. North Dakota, under the ,Act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates fttrnlshed upon request. ,. Official paper of the City of Beach and of Golden Valley county JJ~ J i '" " i [ i If Oil Stays Home [lti Oil an~l troubled waters are co, stars in a great drama once more. But this time the hope of the audience--if not ]he intent of some of the playcrs~is that oil *will be kept from spilling onto the stormy seas of international dispute. A ban, on oil for Italy is being considered, though cautiously> at Geneva in the name of collective action to stop the war in Africa. A voluntary ban on ~il shipments to both belligerents is being tJrged on United States oil companies in the name of neutrality. For some mysterious reason the Commerce Depart- men,t is holding up trade reports usually available, and people are wondering how serious the implications of this action are. But a number of oil company executives have made statements encouraging botk to those Americans who wish their country to collaborate in preserving world peace and those who want only a strict Observance of the neutrality laws~as Secretary lckes puts it~in letter and spirit. Some companies are reported to have sold no oil to Italy, others ~o have made no shipments in the immed- iate past except on contracts signed some time ago. Still others indicate they have not oiled and do not intend to oil the Italian, war machine. These statements express a commendable attitude~ an attitude indeed which is the very key to the neutrality problem and an attitude which, if the League nations move to prevent this fuel from reaching the war flames, will amount to support for the world's peace machinery. In such a situation patriotism and the highest type of inter- nationalism could combine to help to make the world safe from wars to end wars. These indications may fall short of absolute assur- ance. But it must be encouraging to peace workers, and inspiring to patriots, to kn, ow that peace and patriotism will be served before Mammon "by those for whom Mam- mon often holds out undeniably attractive inducements.~ The Christian Science Monitor. II1 The Farmer Of Tomorrow Nil One of the more interesting phases of farm coopera- tive work lies in the encouragement and knowledge given young farm people. Contests are held for livestock and crops raised bv these budding farmers. Instruction is given them in sci- enific farming, marketing and distributing. Theirs is an opportunity that few of their forebears had. The result of this is to better the outlook for the ag- riculture of the future--and to make it inevitable that the farmer of tomorrow will be a better crop scientist, a better man. and more valuable citizen, than the farmer yesterday. CASE I exact to b~ gone ]'or about tw~ weeks. Daring my absence Bert Abraham will attend to my interests A@A Machinery AL LONGBOTTOM __ I I _ I II I I II I II I [ [ UIE __ __ " ...... i of hot water every morning. druggists. TOOK OFF 17 LB$. OF UGLY FAT HEEDED D~'S ADVICE Mrs. Robert Hickey, Rosevil]e, Calif.. writes: "My doctor prescribed Kruschen Salts for me---he said they ~:ouldn't hurt me in the ]~ast. I've lost 17 lbs. in , weehs. Krusehen is worth lt~weight in gold." Mrs. ]tick~-y paid no attention to gossipers who said there was no safe w~ty to reduce. She wisely fol- ]ow, d hc~" d~otor'~" advice. Why don't YOU? 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