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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1940)
treasurer, and Bruce Spaulding, dem
ocratic candidate for attorney general,
has also given the majority party
Farm boys who have trap lines in
leaders something to worry about.
the northwest may soon find the busi
Defeat of some of the ballot meas
ness more profitable. The army is in
ures. all nine of which were rejected,
(Taken from The Sentinel of Friday,
A very interested children’s clinic the market, or will be soon, for parkas
can be laid to the doubtful “no" vote,
----------- November 13, 1930) — .... was held at the city hall here Mon io be worn by troops in Alaska. First
an important factor in Oregon
The high school football team here day by Miss Elizabeth Campbell, to be outfitted will be the army flyers,
elections. With interest in the cam
— 1.00 surprised everybody last Saturday af- county nurse, assisted by Dr. V. L.
paign centered almost entirely on the
..... , 60 ternoon by winning the game with Hamilton, Miss Minhie Kalbus, Mes- in the eolder sections of the territory.
presidential contest, the ballot meas
ures were almost lost sight of. with
I 1 Marshfield High by a score ot 6 to
12. It was so long since Marshfield Ida Faustman. The following childre . dered several thousand skis, ski
the result that thousands of voters
boys had knuckled to anybody that it
went into the polling booths unin-
(Also ordered several
had come to be taken for granted that Ruth Ice, Leola F. Rackleff, Robert contingent
and, being in doubt, voted
More than 250 Oregon men be
they were invincible.
Boys on the McGilvery, James A. Coon, Lorraine hundred thousand yards of mosquito
team were Lowell Simpson, Irving Sanders, Alton Elwood, Eleanor Hol-
Willard, Don Donaldson, Lee Stone verstott, Guy B. Holverstott, Eleanor Philippines and the Caribbean see). have already applied to their local
Speculation as to the next presi-
cypher, Loren Willard, Clone Miller, Folsom, Gretchen Bunch, Bernice M. Army requirements for furs are ex boards for a chance to enlist for a dent of the Oregon state senate was
Wilbur Howe, Almond Martin, Sam Gage, Rodney Creager, Leonard En- pected to increase the price for raw
lar army, according to Lt. Col. Elmer set at rest this week when Douglas
Arnold, Audrey Freadrick, Paul sele, Geraldine Enseit- and Newman skins.
V. Mooten, state director of selective McKay of Salem announced his with
Johnson. . . . The football game at Jacobsen.
service Oregon's quota of 83 men for drawal from the race in favor of
Myrtle Point yesterday afternoon was
the first contingent to be called into Senator Dean Walker of Polk coun
The D. O. K. K. club of this city
a very close and exciting one, re
thia month will be selected ty whose election is thus assured.
sulting in a tie of 7 to 7.
Ugt of volunteers. Wooten Walker’s election to the senate presi
Point had considerably the heavier
said, making It unnecessary to “draft” dency will leave vacant the impor
team, her center weighing 215 pounds. eve. This is expected to be the finest
1 any Oregon men in the first call. tant post of chairman of the power
dance of tiie season as the Dokkies
Questionnaires have been sent to all ful ways and means committee which
never do things by halves.
Strange reports are now emanating
At the Corn Pavilion this morning
of these volunteers and physical ex he has held for the past several ses
from Germany. After seven years of all was bustie and hurry and strenu
aminations are being conducted to sions. Among those most prominently
religious persecution the Catholic ous endeavor in arranging booths,
Sugar is reported down to 10 Mi
determine their fitness for military mentioned to succeed Walker in this
leaders there are being returned to
cents at wholesale at San Francisco.
and exhibits. The rain of yerterday
post is Ronald Jones of Marion coun
their congregations and ordered to was an almost insurmountable handi
venes in January it will have before service.
ty who has served on the committee
conduct services. . The nazi chiefs
Roy Neal has purchased of G. C. it a budget calling for appropriations
cap. the tent leaking like a sieve and
electors, for the past two sessions. It is said
who had idealized the Teutonic su -ter running in under the sidewalks duller. ^^^heCiubBil- out of the general fund totalling $15,-
chosen by thè voters in the recent that McKay would prefer tp remain
liard Parlor and for the first time in 790,698.
perman and scoffed at Christ as a
his life since he began work, will
According to Budget Director Eccles general election, will meet in Salem as chairman of the senate committee
creation of the “slave morality” of
spend a winter season indoors. . . . the amount which is approximately on December 16 to cast this state's on roads and highways.
the Jews now find something lacking
On the other side of the legislative
in their atheistic state. It is hinted has been running E. E. Johnson's lum Last Saturday Roy Neal completed $1,450,000 greater than appropriations five votes for Franklin D. Roosevelt
ber camp at Walstrom’s landing near the deal with Chas. Harlocker by aproved by the last session, is still arid Henry C. Wallace as the state’s chamber, however, the battle for the
that Hitler is striving for a blessing
wgll within estimated revenues for choice for president and vice-presi- speakership continues to wage be-
from the Pope on his expanded pos Paekersburg, was probably fatally in
dent ' TK result óT the vote wflt tw
sessions. claiming that the great pro jured last Sunday when a snag fell on latter’s residence property, southeast the biennium.
Eccles explained that the budget as sent to the president of the United and Wm. McAllister, of Medford, with
portion of the inhabitants of Ger him and broke his back.
of the old school house.
approved by the governor provides I States senate by registered air-mail, John Steelhammer, of Salem, stand
many and of the other countries un
Rev. W. S. Smith, of Bandon, was a
der his "protectorate” are of the Ro
When W. W. Gage retires from the for an appropriation of $2,500,000 out' the custom of sending this information ing by ready to jump into the breach
caller yesterday morning and informs sheriff's office on the first of the com ot the general fund for relief pur to Washington by a special messenger if the contest between these two can
man Catholic faith.
Doubtless the suffering people, un us that the Presbytery meeting at the ing January, he will have completed poses, this amount to be ip addition having been discontinued back in didates should develop into a dead
der the heel of the military dictator, bay Wednesday voted unanimously eighteen and a half years’ service in to profits from the state’s liquor mon 1913.
do need a living faith in the Divine for the re-opening of the Presbyterian that position. He first entered the opoly. The last relief budget in
A total of 372 prisoners have been
Eight out of every ten “foreign"
Saviour rather than complete depen church in this city and made all pos office over a quarter of a century ago, cluded only $600,000 from the general
dence on a human Führer. That this sible arrangements to promote that but has been out of office eight years fund of the current biennium, al cars entering Oregon this year came released from the state penitentiary
though there was a carry-over of from one of the ten western states, since the new parole board was cre
about-face in religious matters will object.
$1.500,000 in an untouched appropria according to a report compiled by ated in June, 1939, according to a
bolster the morale of the German and .mja-1 —
- i—j. "isw," -
subject peoples is probably the hope FRED BULL DID NOT
keys, cotton, grains, etc, by allowing tion from the previous biennium. Secretary of State Snell. Washington, report submitted by the board to
Governor Sprague. Of this number
of the nazls. They look across the
these items to come in from South There is also provision in the 1941- Idaho and California accounted for
WRITE CAMPAIGN DODGER
42 budget for an appropriation of three-fourths of the state’s tourist 310 were released on straight paroles,
channel and see the English, upheld
Fred Bull says the Sentinel did not
by a Christian faith, surviving the
First step toward curbing a com $3,843,500 from general fund revenues travel this year. The 120,445 out-of- 20 were paroled after commutations
destruction of their cities and fac tell the truth about him in our refer modity price is the war department’s within the six per cent constitutional state cars registered in Oregon this and six received conditional pardons.
tories. Wishing to use the power ot ence to the bull-sheet last week, al announcement that Australian, New limitation for support of the state’s year represents a drop of 15 percent
Out-of-school youth between the
religion to bring harmony to their though no names were mentioned. Zealand and South American wool institutions of higher education. This in tourist travel as compared with the
ages of 17 and 25 years are to be of
conquered territories, they are now He says he did not write that piece can be used in uniforms and blankets. sum will be in addition to special record of 1939.
fered for training in vocational agri
going to force religious services upon of campaign literature, distributed Heretofore only domestic wool could millage levies calculated to bring the
The election is over but the post culture, trades and industries and
the survivors and endeavor to con the day before election and we be be used. War department is admit state's contribution to higher learn
duct their war as a holy one.
A lieve his statement.
ting foreign wool to prevent the price ing up to a total of $5.782,088, a re- mortems continue. About the only certain phases ot home making under
appearance of American wool from going too high. duct ion of $421.000 from budget re- consolation the republicans of Oregon the national defense program of the
couple of verses from the New Testa
quests presented by the board of high can glean from the result of the presi state board of vocational education
ment come to mind in this connec of the sheet, was that he had pre
pared it. He did say that he had
dential contest is to be found in the the board decided at a. meeting here
If automobile prices get out of line,' er education.
Institution budgets approved by the fact that Roosevelt’s lead in this state this week.
“Many will say to me in that day. censored the first one prepared and the officials believe the situation can
Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied which we understand was so scurilous be met by imposing a tariff tax. governor call for appropriations to was substantially reduced from that
in thy name? and in thy name have that the candidates would not permit Same with radio sets and refrigeration talling $4,558,231, which is a small piled up for the New Deal in 1932 and
■e over appropriations for the again in 1936
branches of the next state legislature,
cast out devils’ and to thy name done their names to appear on it.
appliances—factories mating thesq
He also stated that he had nothing
t biennium. ,
many wonderful works? And then
But th»- Roosevelt victory was not with 28 members in the Hopsa to 22
articles are producing certain gadgets
will I profess unto them, I never knew to do with calling the Independent for national defense and reducing
the only surprise administered the democrats 'and 24 members at the
Nineteen Oregon counties shared in republicans of this ' state.
you: depart from me, ye that work caucus, although he did say that when their output of Ice boxes and radios.
The senate to six democrats.
those who favored attending the citi
For meeting Inflation in real estate, the distribution of $14,364.37 in Tay strength displayed by A. L. Brown,
zens’ caucus mentioned the matter to
C h III bv cares. Mi tor *1 iw>
the oficiáis believe this can be handled lor Grazing ttes this week, represent- democratic
The Balkan peasants are whisper him, that he advised them to hold by HOLC and Farm Credit Adminis
ing to each other that the heavens ther own caucus, of which he was tration tightening their credit re
and the earth are moving against the chairman when the time came.
quirements and the Federal Housing
He further added that the Sentiner
Rome-Berlin axis. The earthquakes
Administration increasing .require
in Rumania have been more effective was wrong in mentioning any opposi ments on insured mortgages. As for
than any British bombers could have tion on his part to Recorder Frank bank loans, which might contribute
been in slowing up a German blitz Leslie.
to inflation, bank examiners under the
The election is now past; the city
krieg from there toward Asia and the
comptroller of currency are in posi
torrential rains and snowstorms in the officials have been chosen and. as tion to drop a few gentle hints.
mountains of the Albanian frontier
The administration does not want a
¡fairs in his address Monday eveing,
have done as much to engulf the
repetition of the exorbitant prices
Italian legions in defeat as the brave there should be no post-election bit which prevailed during the first world
but inferior Greek forces.
war. Officials are aware that the 17
If we did Mr. Bull an injustice we
billion dollars already appropriated
apologize for it—and we repeat: we
Theodore Parker more than sixty
for national defense may well cause a
are convinced that he did not write
years ago said that "Democracy meant
boom, and they recognize that a boom
the pre-election dodger.
not ‘Im as good as you are,’ but
will cause increased distress among
the nine million unemployed. <01 par
‘You’re as good as I am.' ”
adox is that while administration of
Of the adherents of state socialism,
we would like to ask a question
ficials are looking for a boom, other
similar to the above statement: Are
officials are planning to ask congress
you hoping to share the other fellow’s
in January for more millions of dol- j
wealth or are you hoping to share
iars for relief.
your accumulated possessions with
the other fellow. Human nature be
Henry Ford makes parts of his auto
ing what it is is, you are hoping to
mobiles from soybeans. Nylon hose
get something from the other fellow,
comes from an industrial by-product.
otherwise you would not turn to
These and other developments have
state or national socialism to accom
come from private research. Now the
plish your desires. The opportuni
government intends investigating the
ties to share with others is ever with
Industrial possibilities of apples,
us, like the poor, and our best citizens
wheat, alfalfa, spuds, vegetables, and
in the past have been philanthropists,
poultry by-products, such as egg
whether they could make huge en
Washington, D. C., Nov. 13—Little white. A laboratory will be opened
dowments or give only their mites to publicity has been given to the worry within a few months across the bay
I the administration is having over the from San Francisco in the~ld€n of
One other alternative comes to piopects of inflation, of prices going Albany. Waste from fruit canneries
mind: you may be the far-sighted one sky high and the cost of living soar may, as a result of investigation and
who realizes that in the redistribu ing beyond the ability of the consumer experimentation, prove more valu
tion of wealth through excessive tax to pay. Secret meetings have been able than the canned product. Th nk
ation and “humanitarian” government held by high officials seeking meth of a complete bicycle made from a
spendthrift policies, the only ones to ods of preventing boom prices with vegetable garden; it is now almost
emerge on top will be the office hold out the drastic step of price fixing. possible (except for tires) from soy
ers. When the fruits of thrift have Prices can be pegged by the govern beans, and there is a synthetic rub
been dissipated and the great level- ■ ment. but such a step would be un ber made principally from alcohol ex
ing process of no wealth for anyone popular. although possibly not with tracted from prunes, apples and pears.
accomplished, a breed of overbearing thé purchasers,
aristocrats will arise-the political
For his success in obtaining flying
dobrs officials studied fortress bombers and destroyers from
bow foismdrty prices can be ^di the United States Ambassador Lothian
I in/the state's share at revenues re
alized through leasing these federal
lands for grazing purposes Appor
tionment of the fund, made on the
basis of the acreage of grazing lands
contained in each county, ranged
from a minimum of $3-82 to Curry
county to a maximum at 9t,151.35 to
Malheur county. Other counties par-
1 ticipating in the distribution of this
fund included: Deschutes, $406.13;
Sherman, $212.36; Harney, $3.593;
and Wasco, $186.02
qui red about a fourth term.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
of Fact •
lhe USA Picks CHEVROLET F
topped all previous marks for the month in
Chevrolet’s 29-year history... a record
breaking reception for a record-breaking
They decided a has been awarded the Order of the
The more bombastic speeches Hit- brake on rising prises can be applied Thistle by the British king, j , ,
ler makes the less we fear him. He by.the government releasing its im- A princess of a royal family who
kept atRL and sawed wood.
flew from Europe is renting a house
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Now that be has had 'tav revert to. tjn which ’lt has made loins. These
**“ officials also considered lowering-
tariffs which would permit the im
portation of such commodities as were
going too high. The Latin American
countries, whose friendsghip the
United States courts, produce many
commodities competing with farmers
of the United States. It would be
•t possible to curb prices on beef, tur-
car value... a new high tribute to the leader
for the finest car