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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1939)
TWENTY YEARS AGO
A MM MAU M A 6MO TOM
First division — I O! uanu, iu», *»•-
Are our local police officers in
toria, second; Eugene, Klamath Falls, structed to ignore state laws? We all
Medford, Salem, tied for third.
know that just a word of advice from
Hardware to Ira Johnson.
Second division — Albany, first; an officer would take every board off
Isn’t it about time that compulsory
Corvallis, Oregon City, tied for sec of every counter in town. Why isn’t
insurance for automobiles was re
Miss Laura Watson, who recently
J. E. Norton attended the Port of
ond; Bend, third; The Dalles, fourth; such a word given?
quired? If every one carried insur
«raauawo irom me vaurorni. «or-
pqndleton, afath. Mareb-
The state law regarding this mat
ance, instead of greater recklessness, Bandon commission meeting this mal School at San Jose, will teach at
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given a rating for July, ter was passed by direct vote of the
there would be more stringent regu
the crew of the. tug, Kliyam, were
due to insufficient reports received people less than a year ago, so there
lations for all cars and fewer wrecks
at the secretary of state’s office.
would result. Another feature which
would seem to be no question as to
Mrs. L. P. Branstetter and son,
Third division—Coquille, Tilla public sentiment in support of the
would tend to prevent accidents would
Prescott, left Monday for Mt. Angel,
Announcement was made that Ex where Prescott will enter the Gatholic mook, first; Silverton, second; Hills law. Why not make Coquille a law-
be the grading of insurance according
boro, McMinnvile, Newberg, third;
president Wm. Howard Taft would college.
Oregon, Coos county owes» total of
Toledo, fourth; St. Helens, North
be unable to appear in Coos county
Signed Howard L. Graybeal
81,125,351 or about one-sixteenth of
Bend, fifth; Springfield, Hood River, ,
as originally planned.
He was to
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A quiet wedding took pace in Eu
the total for all the counties of 81?,- prohibitive for the one with many
traffic offenses and accidents to his have spoken here in behalf of the gene last week when Miss Stella sixth; Bums, Grants Pass, Rosefairg,
league of nations, an international Barklow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. seventh; Ashland, eighth ¡ Dallas,
.Ten counties had no indebtedness credit As it ntfw stands the owner
organization of nations designed to Wilber Barklow of Eugene, became ninth.
at the time the schedule was pre-
Fourth division — Bandon, Enter
keep peace in the world.
the bride of Seba Deverell, of Nevada.
pared, July 1. Those ten are: Clat
prise, Gladstone, Heppner, Myrtle
sop, Columbia, Douglas, Lake, Linn, or worse when he insures his car.
Point, Vernonia, West Linn, all tied
Lt. Earl Willey is visiting here this
J. P. Michels, Harry Oerding and
Marion, Polk, Sherman, Tillamook,
It to childish to insist that the mem past week, having Just arrived from B. E. McDuffee left last Thursday for first; Newport, second; Forest
and Washington—four them in the
Grove, third; Beaverton, Milton,
“Goodbye, Mr. Chips,” long-awaited
bers of the neutrality bloc in con France last month.
for Curry county, where they joined
Wifaunette vqlfey. a,-w
Sheridan, fourth; Gresham, Prineville, picturiration of James Hilton’s bett-
the Hamilton-Collier-Leach hunting
The Coos indebtedness, as of July
fifth; Lebanon, Union, Woodburn, selling novel, glorifying the school
A sugar famine may hit Coquille party there—they bagged seven deer.
1, i« listed at 8806,000 fa outstanding the war which started last week. The
sixth; Milwaukie, seventh; Oswego, teachers of the world , to the
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attraction coming to the Boxy
with a sinking fund of 851,026,
leav the president desired, if enacted, acreage per farm 128 acres.
Far gon counties and transcriptions of ar
Standings are based on the per
ing a net debt for roed« apd, bridges
Theatre Simday, Monday,
Washington state 23 loans have been ticles of historic interest in newspa
centage of improvement in accidents
fund warrants than making faces would stop the made, representing 8183,777, average pers prior to 1891.
A similar com made for the month of July this year and Wednesday, September
8138,498, or a total net attack of a mad dog.
loan being 86824 and acreage averag pilation is planned for Washington
in comparison with the corresponding and 13. Based on one of
of |1,125,351, which to <147,231 less
ing 112 acres.
month last year. The contest runs widely read novels of modern times,
than it was July 1 last year.
Smallest acre average is in Cali
till the first of the year at which the picture, filmed by Metro-Goldwyn-
fornia—44 acres—with average loan DEWEY, GARNER HEAD
time final standings will be computed Mayer in England, brings to the ecreen
88127. Irrigation makes the small
IN PATHFINDER POLL and the winners in each division will in the title role Robert Donat, who
farm profitable. Last year (fiscal
Democratic voters, in 43 states and be awarded a set of highway plaques scored one of the outstanding hits of
1939, ending last June), borrowers
“faar to one of the greatest plagues
republican voters in 44 states favor designating the city as 1939 safety years in “The Citadel,” and Greer
spent 24 percent of their loans for
that can afflict humanity: it destroys
Vice President ^John Nance Garner contest winner. These plaques will Garson, beautiful new British octrees,
Improvements. As the good farms
religion; it destroys stajes; it destroys
of Texas and District Attorney Thom be suitable for mounting on stand recently signed by the studio. Sam
available are acquired, borrowers
Any scourge, in feet, ,is
as E. Dewey of New York for the ards at the city entrances.
Wood, who filmed “Navy Blue and
will have to spend more for buildings.
preferable to .it, , Famjpe and pes
Since improvement is the key point Gold” and “Lord Jeff,” directed.
1940 presidential nominations, ad-
tilence become as nothing in compari
cording to a country-wide poll com of the contest, the city which makes
The story shows, through the eyes
Here is what the AAA conservation
son with it.**—Martin Luther.
pleted today by Pathfinder Magazine, the greatest progress in the reduc- of a schoolmaster, the pageant of
The above has been quoted before
pubiishe«! in Washington, D. C.
| tion of accidents, fatalities and in-
adolescence in a great school. Mr.
Northwest, as of December 31, 1938,
but, having come from Germany’s
Assuming that President Roosevelt juries, will receive the highest rank-
affectionately known as
a spiritual leader, it is worth re-
would not ryn for a third term and ings, Snell said,
gon payments 82,468,778; Washington
“Chips," becomes a teacher at an
covering five possible candidates in!
81,860,533. That is the money that
It is the experienced driver who to English public School as a young man
Washington, D. C., Sept. 7—When went to the farmers. To administer each major party, the poll showed
ty,is war in our time again. And artcPlf the United States is involved in
democratic voters supporting the moat frequently involved in accidents, Ho meets and marries a beautiful girl
the program in Oregon it cost 8149,556
again it seems incredible. Bewilder
vice reports from the office of Earl Snell, and remains there the rest of his life
war (and it can happen despite ad and in the state of Washington 893,- bushy-browed, _ 70-year-old
ed #nd confused, we strive to find a
secretary of state, reveal. Sixty-two whose death casta an aura of great
ministration efforts), an order is all' 774. Every county in Oregon re
base for our ideas of righteous-
prepared, awaiting the president’s ceived benefits, the lowest being Clat souri, Indiana, Tennessee, Delaware per cent of drivers invoved in fatal kindness toward his fellowman about
signature, which will give the gov sop, with 85035; the highest Linn, and Rhode Island. The republican accidents during the first seven him. He becomes a tradition. Great
The sympathies at most Americans
ernment complete control over labor. with 8218,971. In Washington the vote was shown to back Jhe racket months of 1930 reported six years or men’s destinies qre shaped ty him.
are/o closely united with Great
Donat play« various ages from the
Such new-won legislation as wages range was 82717 in Mason county, to busting, 37-year-old New Yorker more driving experience.
Britain that her .every gain pleases us
everywhere but in South Dakota,
twenties to past eighty in the dra
and hours, collective bargaining, au 8244,820 in Whitman.
andpWq are secretly glad, if not openly
Michigan, Ohio and Georgia.
Just Received—200 new books for matic story.
so, jpr wary Jos* sustained by Hitler. thority of the National Labor Rela
» The poll's five Democratic possi our lending library. Call and look
tions Board, will be tossed out the
It |g more like a gigantic game on
Don't forget we have typewriters for
window by the War Labor Adminis a program extending the national de bilities, in addition to Gamer, were them over at Norton’s.
which we have taken sides. When we
rent, as well as new standard and
tration if these statutes and regula fense and appropriations will be re Secretary of State Cordell Hull,
hear of g. German waighip being
Cloverleaf Dairy, pure milk and portable machines for sale. Norton’s,
tions interfere with effectivenes (no* quested of the next congress early in Postmaster General James A. Far
bombed do we visualise the suffering
Coquille Hotel Bldg.
necessarily efficiency). Labor will January for another billion dollars. ley, Senator Bennett Champ Clark cream.
of |he wounded as w« do when re
be regimented as thoroughly as it to in It will include one million, at least, of Missouri, and Federal Security .
pots come of the sinking of an Eng
totalitarian state headed by Hitler for Tongue Point, at the mouth of Administrator Paul V. McNutt. Hull
lish ship? Human suffering is the
and Stalin. Big shots in the labor Columbia river; other millions to in won the survey vote in his home state,
refag whatqyer.the nationality.
movement and business agents will crease the number of airports and ex
No one desired further appease
carried Rhode Island. As favorite
have nothing to say.
pand the airports now existing.and
ment by Chamberlain, nor did we
Employment of women and chil funds for building highways capable sons, Clark and McNutt took Mis
wa^t war; deep in our hearts we ex
dren under 18 will be compelled by of standing up under the pounding souri and Indiana respectively.
pected Hitler to give ground. In
Besides Dewe> Republican possi
the labor administration if the con of mobile artillery, and wide enough
stead the fighting has commenced
test to of long, duration and manpower to permit brigades to be transported bilities were Senator Arthur H.
an<| not only the combatants but the
Vandenberg of Michigan, Senator
to required for the field, and the pro quickly.
F. R. BULL
women and children are losing their
Robert A. Taft of Ohio, former presi
dent nominee Alf Landon of Kansas,
will be ignored. Labor serving at
War in Europe has changed the pic
One answer to that Hlter would
home will be under as rigid discipline ture In Washington. Such topics as and Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia of
i*q$ aii Europe if not stopped now.
few York. The poll gave Michigan
as labor in the front lines.
relief, WPA, spending-lending, con
Thus force is opposed by force and
There are other measures ready for gressional probes, have all been rele- and South Dakota to Vandenberg,
we,j-ejoice. Are we wrong- It was
the signature of the president. An gated While the administration, from Ohio to Taft, Georgia to Landon, and
ai\pld oriental, we believe, who once
agency for price control, for selective messengers, discuss nothing but “the
raid Christianity was considered a
service, for war trade, control of fi situation.’’ So carefuly had the ad
blqpdy religion by his people. We
nance, and, of course, an adminis ministration formulated plans that
hasten to add that it to not Christi
tration for food production and con the shock was cushioned and the fi
anity but mankind which to guilty of
trol. If the United States to dragged nancial market, always the first to
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into a major war again, as it was in be upset was not disturbed.
fa Germany Hitler has not only re-
1917, things will be different. This cabineteer is watching developments
pugiated Christianity but has endeav
is all part of the industrial mobiliza more intently than Secretary of Ag
ored to supplant Christ in the hearts
quant : tv cnd ql 'QUT y
tion plan, which can swing into action riculture Wallace for the conflict to
of ¿he German people. He to an anti-
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when the president pushes a button. , expected^to furnish a market for some
Christ if it to possible for one man
Social Security Board has already of America's surplus food products.
to |>e so.
M different kinds of lee Cream
notified the higher-ups that there are
it right then for England and
now 30 million people working in in
All Brick quarts,
Officials are conducting an under
rrapce to attempt his destruction
dustries which will be needed in war, ♦ cover search for industrialists in Ore
by .the taking and giving of lives?
and each individual of the 30 millions gon
Ice Cream Cone
Each one will have to answer that
is represented by a card giving his or in
the skeleton organization to be
question himself Some followers of
you eat it all^C
her life history. These SSB cards are , created by the war resources board.
ths principles of Christianity bqlieve
supposed to be confidential, and are
all war is wrong and ws must recog
—not even G-men have been per-
nize their right to this opinion if it walffrarl f/N ovnmino iHrawt__ Kitt wnr la , Approval has been given for a Sundaes
mitted to examine them—but war to WPA project which
is to make
springs from conscience and not cow
Cantaloupe a la mode
copies of official records in all Ore-
'Goodbye, Mr. Chips'
On Roxy Screen
The teachings of Christ substituted
“love thy neighbor as thyself” for the
older “eye for an eye” doctrine. If
hatred, greed and desire for revenge
could be purged from the hearts of
men then could they live and learn
war no more.
, Farm Security Administration has
840,000,000 to lend out this year (end r
June 30, 1940), to tenants, farm
; laborers and share-croppers to enable
1 them to buy farms of their own. It
] to expected about 7000 loans will be
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Black & White
Reg. $6.50 for
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Reg. $4.00 for
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