Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, November 23, 1939, Image 4

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    Thursday, November 23, 1930
Gold Hffl News.QoM HUI, Oregon
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to Indoctrinate these same students low; Rhode Island, white on black. crlbed, before Victor A. Tcngwalil. --------------—
South Carolina, yellow on black; United Stales Commissioner, at **********************************<
with the ideas of the "new soeiul
order” contemplated by the Social­ South Dakota; black on yellow; Medford. Oregon, on Ihe 28th day
ists. Freedom of speech, according Tennessee, orange on black; Texas, of November. 11139.
Established 1897
to the usage of these educators, is purple on whit»; Utah, orange on
Clelmunt names os witnesses:
simply that of the teacher toward medium blue; Vermont, blue on 0 . M. Sweiicher. Ray Graham, Win.
P u b lish e d by M ac's P r in tin g Co.
the student, not that of the student white; Virginia, black on while;
and Harry Nobory, all of
WALLACE G. IVERSON, Editor and Business Manager toward the teacher of the parent Washington, green on white; West Moore,
Rt. 1, Grants Pass, Oregon.
toward the teacher. Their Idea Virginia; yellow on black; Wiscon­
GEORGE FINLAY. Register
red on while; Wyoming, while
\n Independent Newspaper Published in the Interests oi seems to be "Freedom of speech" sin.
for teachers, but mussles for all on delphinium blue; Canal Zone,
Gold Ilill, Oregon, and Vicinity__________ others,
yellow on green; District of Colum­ s********************************1 ;
especially the parents.
bia. black on chrome yellow; Ha­
There
is
yel
another
phase
to
this
P U B L I S H E D E V E R Y T H U R S D A Y __________
i Academic Freedom, and that is the waii. black on yellow.
24 H O U R
G ra n ts P a s s
Entered at the Postoffice at Gold HiH. Oregon, for transmission through freedom of speech of the teachers
T O W CAR
in these highly organised pressure
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
the mails as seeond-clas« matter.
groups, known as Teacher Organi­
A N D M E C H A N IC A L
zations. The minorities In these UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT
Subscription »1.50 a year in advance
Advertising rates on application
groups have absolutely no freedom
S E R V IC E
OF THE INTERIOR, General
of speech. The organisations are so
hack to the scene and placed undei dominated by these highly financed
luind
Office
al
Roseburg.
Oregon.
T e le v isio n S c e n e S h o w s
arrest.
October 19, 1939
leaders that freedom of speech u-
H it and R un A ccid en t
The program was rehearsed care
mong the teachers in their groups
fully, and before and after the
is unknown.
NOTICE is hereby given that
An innovation in safety education broadcast announcers emphasised
Earl
M. Young of P. O. Box 313,
was reported from New York re­ the point that it was not an actual
Rogue River. Oregon, who. on Feb.
“STANDARD PRODUCTS"
cently where the police department happening but a staged event, de C olor S c h e m e o f 1940
18, 1934, made Additional Home­
Phone 167
sponsored a television broadcast of signed to emphasise in the minds L ic e n ses B rillia n t
stead Fairy Acts April 28, 1904 and
South 6th A I. — Grants Pa.s
a staged hit and run accident, ac­ of the public the danger of childret
cording to a report reaching the of­ playing in the street.
Almost every shade of the rain­ June 9, 1916, No. 021254. for SAV'-»
fice of Earl Snell, secretary of state.
It was estimated appoximateh bow will be employed in the var­ NEH, Section 31. Township 3« -
The action of the program con­ 20,000 television
receiving set- ious color combinations selected South. Range 4 • West. Willamette
sisted of a scene in which boys were in use within the radius of 5* (or 1940 automobile license plates Meridian, hat filed notice of inten­
were playing ball in the street. A miles from the Empire Stale Build by the 4« states. District of Colum­ tion to make final Proof, to esta­
H ere is O N E o f T e n B ig R e a so n s
police officer warns them of the ing. from which the program wa­ bia, Hawaii. Alaska and th e Canal blish claim to the land above dcs-
danger of the practice, but they con re-broadcast.
W h y Y o u ’ll P r e fe r
Zone, according to reports received |
tinue their game till one boy is
by the Oregon State Motor associa­
CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE
CHURCHES
struck by a car, the driver of which F reed om o f S p eech —
Approved Laundry Service
tion.
UCIOU l , and Body" was tha subject
speeds away from the scene. The
Oregon’s color scheme of blue
S of the Leaaon-Sermon in all
10. S a tis fie d E m p lo y ee» and S a t ­
hi,-run killer is caught, brought “A cad em ic F r e ed o m ”
figures on a white background will
Churches of Cheat. Sciential, on
isfie
d C u sto m e r s — lair wages,
Sunday. November 18.
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“Freedom of Speech" is the slog- be duplicated by Arizona. White on
black,
while
on
blue,
yellow
on
The
Oold.-n
Text
was.
’
What?
pleasant working condition» and
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know ye not that your body la the
the excuse by which students are black and black on yellow are tin-
fair prices to you.
temple of the Holy Ghaut which la
led farther and farther away from most popular combinations, having
in
you.
which
ya
have
of
Ood.
and
American Institute of Laundering
the belief that our social order, un­ been selected by 19 stales. Color
ye are not your own?" (I Cor. 8:10).
Look
for this Seal of Approval on
der the Constitution, is correct and combinations include:
fS T A im U F ]
Among the citations which com­
i Alabama, yellow on black; Alas­
into
a
stateof
mind
where
it
is
easy
our
Red and White Truck
prised
the
Lesccn-Beimon
was
the
PR O C ESS
ka, black on orange. Arkansas, ver-
following from the Bible; "Ye shall
i million on aluminum; California.
make you no Idols nor graven image,
black: on orange; Colorado, black
neither reir you up a standing Im­
, on y«llow, Connecticut, black on a-
age. neither shall ye set up any
You can know your EYES
Image
of »tone In your land, to bow
lutninum;
Delaware,
unreported;
All woolen garments cleaned
“ S in c e 1900”
Lenses only when required
down unto lt:f for I am the Lord
Florida, white on black; Georgia,
by us are moth proofed at no
your
Ood"
(Levi
38:D
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red on green; Idaho, green on gold;
extra cost.
The Lesion-Sermon also Included
D r. H erb ert W H erm a n n
Illinois, cream on brown; Indiana,
the following eerrelatlit passages
OPTOMETRIST
french
laundry and
aluminum on black; Iowa, blue on
from tha Chriat.an Bcionco text­
DRY CLEAVERS
orange; Kansas, white on Black;
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book. "Science and Health with Key
Grants Pass
Pick up and deliver twice a
Kentucky.
red
on
white;
Louisiana,
to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker
519 H. St.
Phone 258J
week.
blue on gold; Maine, green on alum­
Eddy: "QuSeUop. • What are body
inum; Mgryland, white on dark
and Soul?
GIVES LONGER LIFE TO YOUR TIRES. AT LESS COST
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Answer. • Identity Is tha reflec­
blue.
Lei Us Show You. A Trial W ill Convince. We absolutely
tion
of
Spirit,
the
reflection
In
Massachusetts, white on maroon;
multifarious forma of the living
Guarantee Ihe tread Io g i v e Satisfactory Service or your
Michigan, unreported; Minnesota,
Principle. Love. Soul la the sub­
Money Back
while on black; Mississippi, yellow
stance’ Life, and intelligence of
on black; Missouri, black on while;
man. which la Individualised, but
O K. R U B B E R W E L D E R
Montana, white on blue; Nebraska,
not In matter. Soul can never re­
— B a la n ced T ire R ep a irin g —
orange on blue; Nevada, silver on
flect anything Inferior to Spirit.
E . C. G A Y M A N , P rop.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Man la the expression of Soul"
ultramarine blue; New Hampshire,
(p. STD.
white on green; New Jersey, green
Opposite Monlgomecy Ward
GRANTS PASS
on black; New Mexico; yellow on
We
Repair
Any
Size
Tractor
Tire
i
E V E R Y T H I N G T H E F A R M E R N E E D S IN
red; New York; orange on black;
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North Carolina, maroon and alumi­ *********************************
S e e d s — F eed s — G rain — H a y — S tr a w
num; North Dakota, yellow on
DR . O. H . SC H E E T Z
I
hlaclrv Ohio, while on dark blue;
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F a rm M a ch in ery — M ilk in g M a ch in es etc.
O p to m e tr is t
Oklahoma, unreporled; Pennsylvan­
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ia, ultramarine blue on golden yel-
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
THE GOLD HILL NEWS
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G ra n ts P a s s , O re.
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