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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1939)
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TWENTY YEARS AGO
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hassles during the Munich conference
are not carrying placards denouncing
naziism and fascism since Stalin
signed an agrement with Hitler. But
police are keeping an eye on the Brit
ish and Polish embassies.
Fifty million dollars worth of
building construction (mostly gov
halted in the na
tional capital because plumbers, now
receiving $12 a day, want $13, and
laborers in the one sand and gravel
supply company are striking for more
pay and shorter hours.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lawrence will
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(Taken from The Sentinel of Sept.
leave this week for Indianapolis
Is there any other country in the
where they live.
Three Months................. ..............
No subscription taken unless paid world where Harry Bridges would
About 35 were present at the smok
lor in advance. This rule is impera have been allowed a trial before de
Mrs. J. A. Lamb returned this week
portation. His ability to cause mis er given Ben Lawrence, S. 8. Norton, after a month’s visit with relatives at
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chief is undisputed and that should Alton Grimes and Earl Endicott at
Entered at the Coquille Postoffice as have been a sufficient reason for the Ko-Keel Club last eveing. L. H. Medford.
Second Class Mall Matter.
Hazard and J. E. Norton sang a duet
ridding oftrselves of him.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tuttle returned
which was a feature of the program. from Coos City where they spent the
Office Gemer W.
Last Sunday marked the eleventh
Word that the state highway com
anniversary of the signing in Paris
He Stole Paul
of the Kellogg-Briand pact renounc
Arthur Ellingson and family re Bunyan’s Thunder
ing war as an instrument of national construction of the Myrtle Point-Rose turned last evening from a week’s
Tebo, half Mexican and half Amer
policy. This pact was signed by 63 burg highway was received here this trip to Curry county where he did
ican, who was quite a character on
week. The commission contemplates
the Peter French ranch in Harney
Just twenty-five yean ago now making the project into one program I
county, challenged Paul Bunyan’s
Kaiser Wilhelm was calling the treaty and will complete the road in one
A device that thoroughly per fame with this one: One day riding
which guaranteed Belgium’s neu
plexed Publisher H. W. Young of the his powerful Palomino horse he en
“God has not given us vast learn trality a “scrap of paper.” Cynically
was an automatic press countered a Basque family whose
ing to solve all the problems, or un we say that no new agreement with i
Art and Frank Fish report a strike
feeder—a machine that fed paper to wagon and horses were mired in deep News From County
failing wisdom to direct all the wan any dictator will be binding. Until of a rich pocket of gold on Rock
derings of our brothers’ lives, bti$ He the vast majority of the people of Eu Creek near Powers. An assay on the itself for printing and did not re mud. Tebo offered to help. Attach Superintendent’s Office
quire any assistance. “It’s almost ing a long rope to the wagon and one Broadbent
has given to every one of usthe rope learn to respect and desire to , quality indicates that the find may
human," exclaimed Mr. Young. (Now end to the mane of his hone, they
power to tje spiritual, and by bur spiri follow the second great command „ run -. between
The Broadbent school is also being
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* and $40,000
0 . per the Sentinel has three of these ma
“Pally/* he says, improved by interior painting and
tuality to'lift and enlarge and en ment there can be no lasting _p
chines in its plant operation.’
pulled and pulled and at last pulled veneer board and by the placing of
lighten the lives we touch.—Phillips
Wr/and Mrs. W. O. Brandon and
f himself clear out of his skin from new black boards.
C. J. Fuhrman last week sold his the mane backwards. Tebo could not
children left this week for a month's
The office of the county school
home north of the Academy to John get the skin back on so he took some
One of the moot delightful new
visit in Kansas city.
superintendent has now ready the
Elwood and yesterday moved out to good sheep pelts and covered the horse 1
products which have been introduced
give possession. He is building a competely. The next spring Tebo library books for the school districts
in the last few years is what is called
Novia Landreth and family intend
garage on his Spurgeon hill lot just sheared 500 pounds of good sheep in the county. Teachers may now
plastic. Its use is unlimited. Start
starting the first of the week for 1
west of the E. E. Johnson residence wool from the horse and sold it at secure their allotment.
ing as tops for bottles and handles and
their new home in Sutherlin where
and for a few months will live in top prices.
“And if Pete French
fittings for electric appliances, it is
he will open up a new store.
this garage until he can move into a were here,” concluded Tebo, "I’d
now appearing in radio cabinets,
prove it”—Historical Survey, WPA.
clock and toys. It is rumored that
belligerent, but to deal with condi 1 eign war than the proposal of the
Ford and other automobile manufac
tions naturally resulting in this coun president. These senators are Idaho’s
turers are experimenting with it for
try when there is a conflict in Eu Borah, California’s Hiram Johnson,
the whole body of the car and not
Washington's Bene (now hospitalized
the instrument panel only.
In its position as a neutral the with a broken hip), Utah’s King and
Plaskon, the trade name for one
United States must be alert. Chief North Dakota’» Nye. With them are
variety of plastic, is called molded
Pre-school meeting for rural teach
(Specie to The Sentinel)
danger is from foreign agents at Wisconsin’s la Follette, Kansas*
color. It does not chip nor corrode,
ers will be held in the circuit court
it is light in weight and its surface
government will endeavor to make where war supplies (which includes are reedy to take up the fight where room, Coquille, on Saturday, Septem
smooth and hard, easy to clean.
an all-year Jxisiness ot the fisheries almost everything), are being’ manu it was dropped when congress ad- ber 3, at nine o’clock a. m. Program
The makers of another plastic,
will begin by a welcome by the pres
by the name of Durez, advertise that industry on the Pacific coast instead factured, in particular establishments journed August 5.
of a sessional one as at present. making airplanetland airplane engines.
the "Sky’s the limit” for its poesibUi-
continue as follows:
Some of the insiders are proposing
ties have scarcely been touched; it A laboratory is to be established in Long before the United States entered
Panel discussion on "Experience of
provides tough paint, brake-linings, Alaska to experiment with various the world war, saboteurs were busy; that the government follow the pre Rural Teachers.” Members:
airplane parts among its three hun species of fish to learn whether it they blew up a barge of explosives cedent laid Ms» TVA and apply it Rosabel Brown,
is practical and profitable to con in Puget Sound; destroyed “Black
dred compounds to date.
to Bonneville and later to Grand Miss Bessie Payne, Cunningham; Mrs.
However a page advertisement of
Coulee. This precedent is purchase Joyce Owen, Riverton; Mrs. Ethel
many varl-colored articles of Plas fish at all stages of the year. If a handicapped wherever possible by the government of private utilities
Siestreem, Hauser, and Mr. Berl Cox,
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kon does not give us the pleasure it
and thus acquire a distributing sys Catching Inlet Following will, be an
should. In contemplating it we think
tem and a market for government- opportunity for questions from the
At strategic points in the United
of the chemical wizards who brought etable employment for several thou
generated power. Such proceeding floor.
States and its distant possession, FBI
it into being and wonder how many
would require action by congress
Report of nominating committee
and its associated agencies are. con
other marvelous industrial products
which, in its present frame of mind given by Mrs. Naomi Crews, Valley
ducting counter-espionage; they are
are going to be lost to mankind be
against instrusion of government in View.
(Special to The Sentinel)
on the watch for saboteurs and not
cause the brains and energies of our
business is not likely. However, the
Balloting and recess.
people, as well as of all other civilized
D, E. Strong, Mgr.
nations, are being turned toward the interpretive bulletin issued by the by purloining “the papers” for a new a try any way.
—r implements of destruction rather than wage-hours administration announces armory, but clogging a feed line in
Communists who were quick to
Health Department Mrs. Ethel Lit- |
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that the classification aa "agriculture” a plane, leaving a tool ■where ft will
the arts of peace.
has been given poultry raising, bee ruin gears, starting a fire in a forest picket the German and Italian em-1 tier, county health nurse.
In the South Seas a doctor who raising, fur farming, livestock rais or sawmill, damaging a power plant—
restored health, to the natives of ing and dairying. Under the law ag things of that sort which are more
many Of -the islands there by eradi riculture is exempt from the provi vital than stealing plans of new anti
cating hookworm has thereby done sions of the wage-hours act, therefore aircraft equipment.
Cached away in a steel file, ready
much to stamp out cannibalism individuals engaged in the activities
a moment’s notice, are the drafts
among those people. While it is not
hookworm from which the dictators with the minimum wage and maxi of a series of bills to be offered to
congress for enactment whenever this
and the tyrants of today suffer, we mum hour requirements.
country reaches the verge of war.
believe that if Hitler and Mussolini
Washington, D. C, Aug. 31—Like a Through this chain of measures the
enjoyed more perfect health, ten mil
lion more men would have a better mirror, the countenance of President life and habits of American citizens
Roosevelt reflects his feelings. No would be changed over night, and the
chance to enjoy their health.
poker face is his and the gravity with president would be Invested with the
One Thursday in November is which he regarded the European sit same dictatorial powers as have been'
much like any other and to the vast uation was expressed by the absence delegated to Prime Minister Cham
majority of us it make little differ of his customary smile. In this na berlain, the umbrella man, and Da-;
ence which day is dedicated to the tional capital the top-bracket offi ladier, the Frenchman.
giving of thanks but we do regret the cials have been under severe tension,
How much would it be worth to
irresponsible impishness which the not knowing what the next hour
president displays in his desire to would bring forth; but perfecting the nations of the world to know
break precedents and make a name— plans to meet any emergency in a what the weather would be two
any kind of a name it seems—for given 34 hours. Mr. Roosevelt has weeks in advance? Dr. C. C. Abbott,
displayed less concern over the man ct Smithsonian Institute, asserts that
handling of some of his pet legisla the forecast can be made if ten prop
The American people resent any tion at the hands of congress than the erly equipped observatory stations
attempt at regimentation but those whirling events abroad. He has not can'be scattered at certain places on
with a clear conscience should not sought relaxation with his stamp col the globe. Three stations are now
operating, but it would cost several
hesitate to be finger-printed and to lection, as is his custom.
million dollars to establish the others
aid the government in securing a rec
After the Munich scare the admin and this would have to be borne by
ord of each one of us. In this way
many criminals could not long escape istration decided to blueprint a pro- foreign countries in which the sta
detection. Our love of liberty is be gram in the event a climax was tions are required for the network.
traying us and allowing spies and reached, For practically a year the Incidentally the scientist predicts
foreign agents to work against our problem wai studied theoretically the "dust bowl” of the mid-west will
from every angle; how to bring home not occur again until some time in
There have been too many wrecks, Americans caught in the war zone; the years after 3000.
accidents and disasters in transpor what to do with the stock exchange
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Pacific Coast isolationist senators
tation this sumemr to believe they and stabilize the market; the steps
all happened by chance. Sabotage has necessary to prevent sabotage to in are as determined as ever to maintain
been proved in some cases and prob dustrial plants; counter-espionage; the mandatory embargo on munitions.
ably was responsible in others. Our the matter of surplus food supplies; It is not a matter of politics with
clippers, our bombers, our speed rivilic>n <* the agricultural policy, them, but conviction that their plan
It is with pleasure and an attitude of sincere
trains, our submarines have all fur-I The Purpose of this planning was not is a better insurance against the
nished ghastly headlines If the de-| for w,r with the United States as a United States being involved in for-
friendliness that we open our store in Coquille to
Plans for parent education pro
gram, Mias Julia Bennett, home dem
Hospitalization for teachers, C. E.
Robinson, Coos River.
Twelve months division of salary,
Cora Mackey, Roy.
Remarks by Martha E. Mulkey,
county school superintendent.
The latter will be read by President
Hines since Mrs. Mulkey will not be
able to attend. The latter assures
us, however, that with the splendid
committtee in charge she anticipates
this will be the most interesting of all
pre-school meetings. The members
of the committee are Mrs. Lillian
Hines, Haynes Inlet, president; Mrs.
Cora Mackey, Roy, and Mrs. Ethel
Siestreem, Hauser, vice president, and
Miss Ida Oerdlng, Riverside, secre
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Coquille Hotel Bldg.
Modern Living Room Seto
Dining and Dinette Sets
Olympic Ranges and Circulators
Quality Mattresses and Springs
... ■ Redroom Suites
■ Unfinished Chests, Breakfast Sets, Chairs