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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1939)
TWENTY YEARS AGO
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(Taken From Sentinel Sept. 12, 1813)
Deputy Sheriff Catton and Con
stable Goodman of Marshfield made
a big find of hidden boose at Lake
side this week. The amount is 400
quarts of beer,and 8 quarts of whis
key and was found on Morris Ander
son’s ranch on Tenmile lake.
Entered at the Coquille Postoffice as
Second Class Mail Matter.
Office Cerner W. First and Willard St.
The school board will purchase th*
blocks of the Barrow and Strang pro
perty in the northwest part of town.
J. S. Lawrence, board clerk said
that he would make out a warrant
tor 85,000 when the owner* presented
an abstract brought to date for this
property. The new high school will
be built on this tract.
President, Gleny* Gilbert; vice-
tng in Oregon and Washington and
Clifton White; secretary,
which also built th* Grants Pass rail-
Schrader; reporter, Erwin Plaep;
A* a national defense measure Sec
sergeant, Ronald Holbrook.
retary of Agriculture Wallace has ap
pointed an agricultural advisory
President, James Staten; vice-
council. Only member from the Pa
president, Philip Childers; secretary,
cific Coast is Ervin E. King, master
Margarette Carlson; treasurer. May
of th* Washington state grange.
Royer; Council. Graydoc Haga.
President Roosevelt has signed as
eligible for PWA fund* a state-wide
President, Orville Young; vice-
project for Oregon to maintain and
t, Jim Childers; secretary-
operate free nursery schools for the
, Helen Haga; Sergeant.
391,817 and the sponsor is the state
department of education.
President, Philip Staten; vice-
president, Pat Rowe; secretary, Zetta
Gibson; treasurer, Floyd Cooper.
A community fair at Roy was
last week. Fpink Willard won first
Washington, D. CM Sept. 14. There
on red clover and rye grass. E. L.
A Curry county jury brought back
is no immediate prospect of United
Detlefson wan first on cow beet* and
a verdict of “not guilty owing to tern-
States sending food to Great Britan
second on field corn. Many other porary insanity” in the case of Georg* I
and France, although the first re
Chenoweth, veteran odhe Canadkga
action to the war’s start was a sharp
A MENACE TO AMERICA
Mr. Robinson’s public speaking
forces in France who was accused of
Signing of the Russian-German increase in retail price* to American
assisted by a few other mem
non-aggression pact has served to consumers in the face at surpluses of
Placing asphalt over the concrete
ber* of the R. H. S. student body will
make unmistakably plain to the peo
on the block between the First
present “The Ghost Chaser”, a three-
ple of the United States what had farmers and stockmen will receive National Bank and the Machon
Mrs. Frank Reed came down from act mystery comedy, the latter part
long been apparent to all thoughtful better prices, now going to processors, theatre was completed.
Powers this week for a visit with of October (probably the week-end
men; that in their essence Commu wholesalers and retailers entirely.
her great uncle, J. S. Lawrence.
nism, Fascism and Naziism are one „ Condition* at the opening of the
Airplane schedule to appear at
Black apparitions .in the night!
and the same thing.
the Coos county fair at Myrtle Point
noises! Mysterious footstep*
It should likewise serve to bring from the first “war to make the was unable to land and after flying
in spooky corridors, chair* rocking by
home to the American people the
from Eugene. They tried to and but
themselves, and other unusual and
equally important truth that some war to end all wars”. Wheat acreage, dropped a note saying that it would day afternoon for a two week’s hunt
weird stage effects mak* th* “Ghost
of the New Deal ideas which have for example, is far greater today; be impossible on account of the rough ing trip into the mountains.
” a thrill from beginning to
found acceptance by large numbers there is a larger supply of livestock,
end. Talk about comedy—th* “Ghost
of our people have been derived Great Britain has already made con-
broadcasting the propaganda from noted industrialist who had hi* troub Chaser" is full ot it!
from Nazi - Communists - Fascist tracts with Argentina for beef (same
Europe (it reached a point where no le* with the communist-inspired ait
May I Judge Yoar Caw, Mr.?
sources. Therein grave danger lies, canned meat over which there was a
government-controlled station in the down strike*. The president ha*
Ira Bumgartner, who lives within
Mark Sullivan expresses it in impres- ; controversy a few weeks ago when
beligerant nation* could be be approved thia selection.
distance of the school, ha*
President Roosevelt said it was a bet-
lieved) was a slick place or radio
Granta Pass, Oregon ha* contribu generously offered the use of his
“Some—and observe carefully thail ter product than the American artl-
censorship on the American stations ted two governor* of the federal stock for judging practice by the
I say some’, and do not say ‘all’— cle). Canada and Australia have
which were picking up the foreign Home Loan Bank System. Preston Smith-Hughe* classes. Four cow*
some of the New Deal is identical large wheat crops; sugar is being
broadcasts, making transcriptions, Delano (fifth cousin of the president), were judged last week by the boys.
with, or is paralied to, or has pre- produced in British colonies; Ireland
and recasting them. Every American was at one time connected with the
cedent in. or take* inspiration from, (neutral), is in the sugar beet Indus
station must have its license renewed Grants Pass railroad and was in busi
All the classes of the high school
trie Nazi-Fascist-Communist concep- try in an important way. Wheat
tion of society and government in I carryover in all wheat growing coun- every six month* by the Federal Com ness in Portand prior to being select held their organization meetings
munications Commission. Mr. Roose ed governor of the board. Delano during the activity period on Mon
is enormous. Australia ha* a
velt disapproved at th* propaganda. was appointed comtroller of currency, day, September 11.
“The nature of some of these heavy store of wool. However, there
FCC gave a hint to th* national net leaving a vacancy which is now filled
The sophomore class made plans
changes introduced in' America is will be a demand by the allies for works, the propaganda transcrip by Janies F. Twohy. Prior and sine*
.a freshman initiation party.
such that they have an automatic
tions were discontinued. That’» the his connection with the HOLC,
Class advisers are: Freshmen, Mr.
quality of self-expansion from with
Twohy has been interested in en Beall; sophomores. Miss Rowland;
To what extent food supplies reach
in themselves. The first step compels
deavoring to extend the Grants Pass juniors, Mr. Rycraft; senior*, Mr.
a second, the second compels a third, Great Britain and France will de
John L. Lewis, of CIO, and William railroad to Crescent City, Calif. For Robinson.
and so on. And each of these ad pend on the scope of the submarine Green, of AFL, are in for a severe
year* he was president of Twohy
The class officer* elected were as
vances in the Communist-Nazi-Fascist
jolt if America “goes ig.” Key man Brothers Co., a contracting firm which follow*:
system of authoritarian society and carrying food cargoes.
to handle industry and labor ,is a constructed extensive railroad build-
government has the effect of choking
Blame for upping prices is charged
the American system further and
to the American housewife who ha*
“If we let a part of Nazi-Commu- wanted to “stock up.” The day that
nlsm take root here and grow, we President Roosevelt gav* assurance*
shall presently get the whole of it that there is no occasion to purchase
The section of American thought more than the normal food supply for
that most endanger* u* is that fatuous a week, the procurement division of
section which thinks we can take some the treasury ignored Mr. Roosevelt’s
economic pahs of the Nazi-Commu advice to consumers. Procurement
nist system, but escape the part that telephoned to all government agencies
is deprivation of spiritual rights, the to prepare their requisition* for one
suppression of free thought, the per year’s supplies in order that th* sup
secution of Individuals and minorities. ply can be obtained “before prices
“What needs to be done, needs des increase.” Among other items, a
perately to be done, 1* to go over the year’s supply of sugar, flour, bacon,
New Deal with the most intelligent lard, coffee for government hospitals,
care; to separate and hold that part camps, etc., the instruction of procure
of it which is consistent with the ment division making Uncle Sam No.
American system—which is, indeed, One hoarder.
as some of the New Deal is, a needed
Warlike atmosphere in the national
reform and improvement of the
American system—to keep that part capitol, tourists forbidden to walk
of the New Deal and make it work under the portico of the White House.
able by improving the administration Police of the executive mansion de
tail have shifted their service revolver
“And to take the other part of the from the hip to a holster slung from
New Deal—the part which if kept a white Sam Brown belt No out
will bring death. to the American sider permitted to peek into the build
system—to seize that part of the New ing at the navy yard where big guns
Deal, pull it up by the roots and are rifled. Eighteen minute* after a
shift changes in the navy yard every
abolish it forever.
"These things can be done. They blueprint and other document must
require only intelligence and care.” be accounted for by the last man in
specting it. There are 7800 civilians
working in the yard; some were con
tributing to communist “front” or
ganizations a few months ago. Se
It is not always the things that crecy surrounds Mr Roosevelt’s goings.
carry big headlines across th* country and comings bet ween Washington.
that are most significant politically. and his mother’s home at Hyde Park.|
And the recent annual convention of Each day an officer from the army,!
the New York State Federation of another from the navy, sticks pins in I
Labor was not headline news outside a map of Europe facing the presi-'
of the state. One of its acts, how dent’s desk in the executive office,
ever—or its failure to act—may have showing the day’s developments in
more important political omens than the war. Some new dealers who hate;
a dozen pronouncements by states Hitler favor sending troop* to the al- >
lies (they were too young to b* in
The strategy of the New Deal the first world war). The government
plainly has been to stimulate “draft has sent an improved gasmask of
Roosevelt” movements wherever pos domestic manufacture to every repre
sible. The atmosphere of a spontan sentative in the foreign service in th*
eous demand from the people for the war zone.
President to seek a third term was
carefully developed. And this was
That farm revenue in the Pacific
tried on the largest state meeting of Northwest was better in July than in
union workers in the country. The July, 1538 (but still below July,
New Dealers were so sure of putting 1937), is due to government payments.
over their coup that they allowed the Of the farm revenue in Oregon last
resolutions to become public. But July, 17,343,000 the government con
when the time came for the vote, it tributed 3383,000, the remainder
was overwhelmingly against passage being 32,108,000 from crops and 84,-
of the resolutions. Many political ob 874,000 from livestock. For Wash
server* saw in the action one of the ington’s July revenue the government
moat severe rebuff* the New Deel contributed 31,120,000, other item*
being 34,643,000 from crops and 35,-
304,000 from livestock, total at
343,000 for the month. " a t •
CAES FORBIDDEN ON BEACH
A large number of students are
planning to take advantage of the
school board’s generosity in furnish
ing free bus transportation for school
children (and parents without trans
portation)) to the county fair on Sat
urday, Sept 18.
Parents are urged to insist that
their chidren wait until Saturday to
.attend, so that uninterrupted school
work may be maintained throughout
FFA Candy Booth
The FFA have set up a candy booth
in the downstairs hall. A large as
sortment of bar* are being offered
for sale during the noon hour. The
money derived from the sales is to
be used for some piece of equipment
or permanent improvement in the
Home Ec. Club
The Home Economics club held a
meeting on Monday morning, Sept.
11. Officer* elected were:
President, Dori* Morgan; vice-
president, Geraldine Guerin; secre
tary, Gleny* Gilbert; treasurer, Laura
A. L. Hooton, electrical contractor
and dealer, 274 Second St, Coquille.
Complete stock of wiring lupplle*.
Having guesta? Brighten up your
home with flower* from Bergen’s.
Some years ago the county court
of Coos county adopted a resolution
forbidding the driving of automobiles
or motorcycles on the beach at Ban
don. It i* a splendid law if it was
only enforced, for with so many peo
ple as there are there sometimes on
Sunday, children especially, it is no
place for a motor driven vehicle. Yet
almost any Sunday now some autoist
or cyclist may be seen driving on the
beach in utter disregard of the pro
hibiting law. Possibly those violators
are not aware that what they are
doing is unlawful, but it should be
the duty of some one to tell them.
From January to August 1, the
government paid Oregon farmer* >4,-
300,000; Washington 85,890,000. In
cluding the government benefits, rev
enue for Oregon farms for the first
seven months was 343,213,000 and for
Washington 387,831,000. The figure*
show that livestock and livestock
products bring in more revenue than
crops, Or did in the first seven months.
Government payment* for Idaho in
the January-July period were 85,-