Central Point times. (Central Point, Or.) 1964-19??, August 17, 1967, Page 5, Image 5

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    THURSDAY AUGUST 17, 1907
PAGE 5
CENTRAL POINT TIMES
MAZING!
EXPERIENCE OF
THE ELDERLY
For more than 40 years the
N a t io n a l A s s o c i a t i o n of
M a n u fa c tu r er s has b een
encouraging manufacturers to
make the best possible use of
the experience, knowledge, and
skills
which ‘older people
possess. Excel lent progress has
been made by the voluntary
route, and many firms have
dropped bans on hiring older
people. The NAM said It would
seem neither wise nor neces­
sary to pass a federal law on
this subject at a time when the
states are taking affirmative
action to resolve the problem
at the state level.
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Experts Track
Shifting Sand
Scientists have dumped 2,000
table tennis balls into the ocean
off the tip of Baja, near San
Diego, in an effort to learn
more about sand movement.
Dr. Robert Dill, marine geol­
ogist at the Naval Electronics
Laboratory at San Diego, said
the p l a s t i c balls, when per­
forated, have about the same
hydrodynamic characteristics
as fine grains of sand.
“ By keeping track of their
movements, we can determine
the nature of underwater cur­
rents and learn where shoreline
sand is being deposited,” he
said. The knowledge could be
helpful in seeking oil sources.
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Weeklies:4 Voice of History9
TORONTO— The Canadian Weekly Publisher, publication
of the Canadian Weekly Newspaper Assn, here, saluted week­
lies as the “Voice of History” in its special July Centennial
Edition.
The special issue will be mailed to all members of the
Canadian Parliament and “friends of the industry,” reports
Doug McIntyre, general manager of the Association.
The August edition will be devoted to the CWNA Na­
tional Centennial Convention and will have a four-color picture
of Ottwa at night for its cover.
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Q U E S T IO N S A N D
ANSW ERS
QUESTION: What areas in Ore­
gon are now listed by the De­
partment of Labor as areas of
substantia
substantial and persistent un­
employment?
ANSWER: The latest May-June
list of areas in Oregon lists
three areas of substantial un­
employment - - Hood River
county; Coos county and Lincoln
county. It also lists three areas
of persistent unemployment:
Josephine county; Lake county
and Yamhill county. The three
areas of persistent unemploy­
ment are eligible for programs
under the Economic Develop­
ment Act and all of them are
eligible for procurement pro­
grams and public works. In add­
ition, S h e r m a n and Wascc
counties are eligible for public
works projects. Portland, as it
nas been for many months, is
listed in the C or moderate
classification of unemployment
for major labor areas. Morrow
county was recently removed
from the list of eligibility for
Title I, or public works grants.
WHITE CITY
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Evangelist Willie White, or­
ganizing minister of White City
C h urch
of
C h r is t,
is participating this week in the
•Men’s Meet* near Cottage
Grove, Oregon. This camp is
attended by men from the
churches of Oregon,Washing­
ton,and Calif.Mr.White will be
with the local congregation this
Sunday to teach the adult Bible
class at 9:45 and to bring the
Sunday morning message at
11:00.
At the morning worship hour
the minister will speak from
Matt.
6:33 on the theme
“ Majoring in Minors.* In this
sermon the speaker will point
out four groups of people men­
tioned in the Bible who wanted
•The Kingdom,* but did not want
it - first.*
Family
Worship, Sunday
evening
at 7:30, with the
evangelist speaking on “The
Last Word from Hell.* Such
questions as “Is there a place
of punishment in the after-life?*
and -Is the Bible Hell literal or
figurative?* will be considered
in this study.
Members of the congregation
will participate in a valley­
wide Skating party for churches
of the area, at the Rollarena,
Tuesday evening at 7:00.
P R E S B Y T E R IA N
Members of the college group
of the valley
Presbyterian
churches plan a retreat at the
coast, Friday and Saturday,
August 18 and 19. Bible study
and discussion will be combined
with fun and fellowship. Those
attending will meet at the
Central Point church at 6:30
p.m. Friday.
On Wednesday, August 23,
the high school group will meet
at the church at 4:45 to go
together for a swim, followed
by discussion. Each person
attending should bring his own
sack supper.
Of special interest is the
Vacation Bible School to be held
Monday through Friday, August
21-25. C lasses are scheduled
for those from 4 years through
junior high school, from 9 to
11:30 each morning. Regis­
t r a t i o n w i l l b e g in a t 8 : 3 0
Monday, at the First and Oak
Street edifice. The cost of books
and materials will be covered
by a fee of 50 cents per child
or $1.00 per family. Any child
in the community is welcome to
attend, according to Mrs. David
DeArmond, dean of the school.
Put Cereal Cheese Ball in Center of Fresh Fruit Salad Plate
streamline the ease of prepa­
ration make ideal convenience
foods for such delicious tidbits.
For further nourishment, pass
tiny hot oat muffins.
The following recipe makes
Cereal Cheese Balls nestled 16 to 18 cheese balls.
CB R B A L CHBBSB B A L L S
in the center of a fruit salad
1 pkg. ( • OXS.)
V4 t*p. MAMBed
lend just the right degree of
Cl «am cheese,
salt
heartiness to a luncheon plate.
room
3 to 4 drops
You stay cool because there is
tem perature
Tabasco sauce
no need to use the stove or heat
1 tap. grated
1 cup oveu-
onlon
toasted
the oven.
rice cereal
The cheese balls are quickly
made by m o l d i n g seasoned Beat cream cheese, onion, seasoned
and Tabasco sauce u n til smooth.
cream cheese into small balls, salt,
Shape m ix tu re Into halla, using a ta ­
then rolling them in pufft oven- blespoon of m ixtu re fo r each ball. Roll
in cereal and then serve. Y ield : 16
toasted rice cereal.
Breakfast c e r e a l s which to 18 balls.
Cheese Balls
Easy to Make
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Shrink Hemorrhoids
And Promptly Stop Itching,
Relieve Pain In Most Gases.
Science has found a medication
with the ability, in most ca ses-
to relieve pain, itching and shrink
hemorrhoids. In case after case
doctors proved, while gently re­
lieving pain,actual reduction took
place. The secret is P re p a ra tio n
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APPLEGATE COMMUNITY
. CHURCH
PASTOR: Thornton S. Gapen
Sunday -10:00am Sunday School
11:00am Worship
7:00pm Evening Serv.
Monday-7:30pm Choir Practice
Sat. 8:00pm church work day.
NIGHT DRIVING
Safety experts report that
driving at night is more than
twice as dangerous as driving
during the day, says -Today’s
Health,* the magazine of the
American Medical Association.
In 1965, there were 10 persons
killed for every 100 million
vehicle miles traveled in dark­
ness—four dead for every 100
million miles traveled In day-
CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
(United Church of Christ)
1801 E. Jackson Street
at Berkeley W. Medford, Ore.
Minister
Rev. Ed Wulfekuehler
Summer Schedule
10:00 A.M. Worship
Story - Time
1st to 3rd grades
Nursery Care
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•
CHURCH OF CHRIST
(meeting in barracks building N.
of Post Office)
WHITE CITY
Willie White - organizing
minister
Sunday:
9:45 - Bible School
11:00 - Morning Worship
7:30 - Evening Service
Thursday:
7:30 - Bible study and prayer
MEDFORD FRIENDS
CHURCH
corner Merriman & Debarr St.
Medford, Oregon
Pastor - Oscar N. Brown
youth mlnister-Harold Antrim
9:45 - Sunday School
11:00 - Morning Worship
6:00 - Friends Youth
7:00 - Evening Service
Wednesday 7:90 p.m.
Bible study and prayer
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
South 1st and Oak Street
Central Point
Donald Baird, student minister
Sunday:
9:45 - Church School
10:00-Adult Bible Class in
study
11:00 - Worship service
6:45 - College age group
GLORIA DEI LUTHERAN
CHURCH
745 North 10th Street
Central Point,Oregon.
Pastor,
Rev. DAVID E.CAMPBELL
SUNDAY SERVICES:
I 9:00 a.m. worship Service
10:15 a.m. Sunday School
10:15 a.m. Adult Class