Illinois Valley news. (Cave City, Or.) 1937-current, April 20, 1950, Page 4, Image 4

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Illinois Valley News, T hursday, April 20, 1930
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TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
$ I tine id VifUetf HevA
"The G irl From M anhattan," is
a gay comedy « ta rrin g George
An independent new spaper devoted to the development of the M ontgomery, Charles Laughton
Illinois Valley and it* surrounding districts. __________ and D orothy Lam our in her (first
sarong-less film.
E D IT O R IA L
Published every T hursday a t Cave N A T IO N A L
Junction, Oregon, by the Illinois
J
The cast also fe a tu re s a quinte'
A SSO
Valley Publishing Company.
of top-draw er com edians: E rnest
A C t I V i MIMBÍ «
E ntered as second-class m atter
Truex, Hugh H erbert, William
June 11, 1937, at the Post Office
Frawley, Constance Collier and
at Cave Junction, O regon, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Sara Allgood.
E ditor
This warm, chuckling tale of an
,J. C. A b e r n a t h y ............................ - -
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ex-All A merican fullback m inister
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
whose first assignm ent involve«
In J o s e p h in e C o u n ty
not only w inning the tru st and
One Year ........................ —.....$2.50 confidence o f his congregation
Six Months ........................... $$1.25
but also straig h ten in g out the in­
O u ts id e J o s e p h in e C o u n ty
credibly tangled a ffa irs of «hi»
One Year ..................................$3.00 landlord and a dishonest chairm an
of the church’s building committee
plus a renew ed high school ro ­
mance w ith New Y ork’s most
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famous model much distress of his
R I D WO O D EA4JPI R E N E W S EXPERT PÙBLISH ERSU(»rJ
bishop, was w ritten by Howard
I I S W O O D E M P IR E . A S S O C I A T I O N
Estabrook and directed by Alfred
E. Green.
—a n d —
THE CENSUS
Action 'fans will be happy with
w
o
re
?
Does
a
housing
shortage
The fv-st population census in,
Republic’s latest and greatest
the United States was taken in in one area mean th a t a housing
pulse
beating
w estern
show,
surplus
is
grow
ing
in
another
1790, and i as been taken every
"D
eath
Valley
G
unfighter,”
s ta r ­
te n years since th a t time with a area?
ring Allan "R ocky” Lane and hi«
We »pend a lwt of money for
lew exceptions.
beautiful stallion, Black Jack.
The purpose of this first census education—a re we gettin g our
Rocky enacts the roll of a
was to definitely establish popu­ m oney’s w orth? Is our literacy rate i
famous lawman who brings -peace
lation figures in order to apportion i ¡sing as rapidly as our school ex
to the turb u len t town of Pananiint
representatives to Congress, and («ens<s? Are educated persons
Wells a fte r rounding up a gang
this is still one o f the prim ary working in jobs which utilize then >
>-f the moat treacherous outlaws
education,
or
are
they
.forced
to
reasons for the enum eration. A lter
ever
to plug a man in the back.
the 1950 census, for instance, it accept positions which could be |
Pretty Gail Davis and handsome
is expected that Oregon will be held with less training? IIow manv |
Bill H enry carry on the romantic
i nt «tied to several more represen­ people are held back from higher
positions because of a lack of nterest, while Eddy W aller por­
tatives.
trays N ugget Olar, a testy old
However the l»asis for the census education?
sourdough
who innocently starts
T he problem of agricultural
has constantly been broaiiened,
all
the
trouble
because of gosh-
anil with the rise of the science of surpluses has focused attention on lurned stubborness.
farm
s
and
farm
ers—
is
the
trend
i oonontios more and more ques-
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
t.ons have been added to the tow ard th e fa n n or away from
When it comes to pleasing
it?
A
te
the
large
corporation
i numei wtor’a list. Economic su r­
moviegoers,
there is no substitute
veys and conclusions are based on farm s, the "facto ries in the fields.’ for ex|>erience, a commodity richly
figures in terp reted by means of crow ding th e sm aller producer represented
by
the
topflight
ho-called "economic law s,” and out? How large a percentage of players o.f "T ake One False Step,’
while it is popular to ridicule our national income are we ju sti­ «tarring William Powell and Shel
economics as an inaccurate as well fied in spending on subsidies to ley W inters.
n inexact science, most of the neep fa n n income up?
W hether Powell will lose his
A ccurate answ ers to the census
short-oom in<i of an economist's
! life, his w ife and his good name
enu
m
erato
r's
queries
will
enable
«•«inclusions a re due to inaccurate
is anybody's guess up to the last
or in sufficient figures, rath er than the economists to give us much feet of the last reel in this speedy,
battier
answ
ers
to
these
problems
a fault in the economic laws or
and many others as well—-figures dynamic comedy-melodrama.
his application of them.
In the cast we have Marsha
A population census, then, fu r­ gathered in this census will be Hunt, Jam es Gleason, Dorothy
used
to
guide
our
economic
policy
nishes a heaven-sent o pportunity
Hart and Felix B ressart.
to g ather factual infonmatkm of for the next ten years.
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The
census
is
in
no
way
an
in
ineatimaible value to business and
You
are more -than four times as
commercial interests as well as to vasion o f your privacy or a "nose likely to t>e killed in an automobile
the governm ent. How m any people in your afflairs.” The governm ent accident between seven and eight
in a given area fall into a certain is n<«t interested in your business ' in the evening as you are between
income bracket?
W hat train in g as an individual— to the census seven and eight in the morning.
does a person l«ave for a position tabulators you are not Joe Doakcs;
, tlier tia n th e job he is now hold­ you are ju-it a num ber on the sheet,
ing? W hat trades an d skills a re with th ree children, « house not
being replaced by m achinery? How paid foir and a $3.000 a year
many new troules and jobs are income, and you go in th at column
being created by th e use o f m a­ over there. But they can take the
chinery, and in what p arts of the imfonniation they gather front a
few million num bers like you and
country?
PU T SPR IN G “Z IP ”
Both the governm ent and in­ come up with some answ ers that
will
help
toward
more
intelligent
INTO YOUR CAR!
dustry are interested in housing
and coTi tru ctio n —w here do the planning of the future. The least
w orst housing shortages exist, and we as individuals can do is makt
a re they im proving o r gctitung th e job as easy as |N»ssihle.
■Y--.
c 5'®N
Kerby Bethel Attends
Meeting at Coquille
The G rand Session of the In te r­
national O rder of Jo b ’s D aughters
ait Ooquille, Oregon, was attended
by five m em bers of Kerby Bethel
Nn. 36.
T he annual m eeting was held on
A pril 13, 14 and 15. Over 600
attended the opening banquet and
many more attended the Saturday
drills.
Honored Queen Ruth Smith,
Carol Burr, Jonelle Benge, Claire
Cooper and Mae Bowerman a tte n d ­
ed from Kerby Bethel No. 36. They
were accom panied
by
Bethel
G uardian Clara Hammer, G hardian
Secretary Mary Lloyd and Asso­
ciate G uardian Harold Bowerman.
H onorary Bethel officers were
draw n from eligible members. Mae
Bowerman was appointed as state
representative from Iowa.
The m eeting was highly success­
ful. Over 200 Jo b ’s D aughters
visited the Cape Blanco lighthouse
Saturday m orning. The people of
Coquille opened th e ir homes to
the girls and were excellent hosts.
Moore’s New Mill-0 Brien
here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Abbey and
niece
spent F riday evening in
Mr. a n i^ Mrs. Ed Abbey and
Medford where Mr. Abbey a tte n d ­
niece, Miss D arlene Nelson, Mr.
ed a lodge meeting.
and Mrs. G. E. A nderson, Mr. and
Mis. Edgar Abbey and daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Anderson
R oberta and M aureen, drove to spent the week-end a t C entral
Crescent City Sunday.
Point visiting w ith relatives.
By LAURA ABBEY
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ballard
spent last week-end in Medford
visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W endell Ellis and
daughter, Sharon, were guests on
E aster Sunday of W endell’s p a r­
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ellis.
Those calling a t the Ed Abbey
home Monday w ere Mi's. Harold
K ellart and Mi's. A rt K ellart,
K erby; Mrs. Al W eber, Mrs. Ervin
Ellis, Mrs. Ellis Ballard and Mrs.
G. E. Gordon.
Mi's. B. C. Crandall spent E aster
in Quincy, Calif., with her son,
Billy Crandall and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Mulluly of
Fulton, Calif., are in the com ­
m unity regarding their property
Mrs. Ed Abbey and
Anderson w ere callers
Mrs. Maude Biglow at
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Mrs. G. E.
Monday of
Kerby.
■■ —
Lonesome? Like Company?
Theodore May Visit You!
“ T heodore” Silurdae (catfish to
you) accompanied William J. Mc­
Lean from Silt oos Lake, Oregon,
where Mr. McLean was fishing
two weeks ago. Theodore has been
visiting in the bathtubs of friends
around -town. He has been the
guest of the A bernathys, Spark«,
Hamilton», ('oilm ans. Palm ers,
George Martin«, Champions and
Bowermans, and hopes to visit
some of his other friends before
he accepts a very a ttractiv e o ffe r
from Gene Brown o f O’Brien to
go into the fish business with him.
NOW!
HO APPV* if-H'
BIO THOUGH-
Valve Grind:
Chevrolet
Playing At The Ivy Sunday'§
V-8s & Merc.
Plym.-Dodge
33-39
Plvm. Dodge
40 Up
$17.05
$25.00
$30.30
All others proportionately
priced.
ABOVE INCLUDES:
1. Reface - Reseat Valves
2. Grind Seats
3. Adjust and Assemble
4. G askets
5. Tune Up
fl. All Labor
Re-Ring Valve Gr.
6 cyl. cars
$ 0 5 .0 0
S cyl. cars
Above pi ces include these
M ajor Repair Services:
1. R ■ ngs
2. Carbon Removed
3. Valves Refaced
4 Valve Seals Ground
5. Ridge Ream Cylinder
Hone Cylinders
6 Adjust Tappets
7. Check Bearing & Shaft
s. Adjust Cm -Rods (babbit)
9. A djte C aiburetor
lit Check Ignition
11 Tune and Adjust Timing
12 Clean ,(• Adjust Plugs
13. New Oil
14 Ml G»sk< •«
15. All la b o r
Richard (Don De Fore) m d Jane (Diana Lynn) as Al (John
Lund) looks on in this scene from "Mv Friend Irma.
SHOW
REVUE
S XTVRDAY
Ba i d on the exploits of the
tv i lust rival outlaws. Calamity
Jan e and Sam Bass, the film is
nn exciting story of romance and
action depicting tl.e fight of Jane
and S un again st the early w estern
society that forced them into n
life of lawlessness.
In the picture, Sam Bass, por­
trayed by Howard Duff, »hoots a
man who poisoned his horse and
then tu rn s outlaw with some pala
and start» a series of hold-up-
throughout Texas.
Yvonne De Carlo, as C alam ity
Jan e, helps him out of numerous
scrapes, including jail, until Sam
and hi.- g«ng walk into an ambush
Critically w ounded, Sam gets
ta la n u ty to take hun to Denton,
Texas, where he reveal* that he
has loved l>. i thy H art, as K athy,
and Calam ity realizes she never
could h are wx»n hi» love even
hough he had escaped.
"C abum ty Jan e and Sam Bass"
is the fifth film turned out by
the team of l-eonard Goldstein »<
producer and George Shernion as
director.
SUNDAY and MONDAY
"M y Friend In n a ," starring
Mari«« Wilson, is an original story
w ritten especially fo r the screen,
the only sim ilarity betw een the
radio and picture versions being
in the characters, with the excep­
tion of the zany team of M artin
and Lewis, who w ere w ritten into
the script John I.und w ill be seen
as Irm a's boy friend, Al, Diana
Lynn as her friend and room m ate,
the am bitious Jane. Don DeFore
plays the m illionaire, Ru*h«rd
I Rhinelander, for whom Jan e sets
i her cap.
The eon fusion tliat rrnulta from
Irm a's stupid bungi ng is reported
to make "My Friend Irm a" a riot
of fun and laughs In addition
I>ean M artin sings three o f the
four new songs by the composers
of "Button* and Bows "
IS
$23.30
F R E E LOAN CAR
O PE N ALL DAY
SATURDAY
As long as we live, we cannot express
in full our debt to our teachers.
The knowledge they pass on to us —
their influence on our thinking — actu­
ally become factors in determ ining
what our lives turn out to be.
For the past few years, our teachers
have worked valiantly in the face of
many odds—crowded classrooms, long
hours, shortages of textbooks and sup­
plies. Today progress is being made
to correct these conditions — to make
teaching continually more attractive
to the specially gifted men and women
We urge every person in the Valley to go to the polls on
Saturday, April 29, and vote approval of the Josephine County
School District Budget for 1950-51.
W e il
of
R edw ood
PH O N E
this expenditure the least sum admissible which will partially re­
gain the ground lost and provide for minimum present require­
ments.
EDUCATION
m o ld s o ur
F a ir g r o u n d «
H ig h w a y
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I
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school population, plus the still continuing post-war growth makes
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who belong in th is highly honored
profession. Let’s all help to keep our
school standards worthy of the type of
men and women we want to guide our
children’s future. Remember, better
schools mean better communities and
a better life for all.
For information on how citizens in
m any com m unities have joined or
formed committees to work in behalf of
their schools, write to; National Citizens
Commission for the Public Schools,
2 West 45th St., New York 19, N. Y.
Do this right away!
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VETTER COMMUNITIES
ILLINOIS VALLEY
PARENT - TEACHERS'
ASSOCIATION