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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1936)
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CfcNTll.\I. POINT AMERICAN CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
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the government and legislator« away j were probably no buyers, seemed t o ,
from the road to tyranny and it Is a | have little consideration. And the!
curb when officials and legislators | fact that the railroads had been pay- j
j ing heavy taxes on the land for fifty
refuse to be guided.
Equity No. ICSMt-K
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j years seemed to be not worth men- ;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK
R eesta b lish ed , Septem ber I I , 1121.
I Honing So the Federal government
STO P ROAD I'A R N IOK
THE STATE OK OREGON, FOR
Devoted to the beat interests of
• The future of the casualty and 1 revoked the grant and took back the JACKSON COUNTY.
"ectraJ Point aad vicinity.
GLADYS M0 6 E8— Plaintiff
Henry | title
Entered u second clast matter at
And then came The jolt. Counties
Swift Ives. Special Counsel for the
*h< nat office. Central Point, Ore-
I). L. MOSES— Defendant
Association o f Casualty and Surety
To B L. Moses, the above named
ton. under the Act of March 8 , 1879.
Executives, “ doe» not lie wholly In million a year in taxes from the rail DEFENDANT.
indemnifying victims of misfortune;
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, you are hereby re
......................... $1.00 rather it lies in the prevention of these so/ely needed receipts.
Such a howl went up that an Ore quired to appear and answer the
ll.M misfortune Itself.’’
complaint filed against you in the
Payable In advance
For many years the casualty in gon senator finally got an appropria- : above entitled court and cause with
¿d fa r’.ialng ratea on application.
dustry has worked to prevent acci
in four weeks from the date of the
Office— Second Street, off Main.
dents to workers, and that work h.ts counties for taxes lost between 1910 first publication of this Summons
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saved thousands of lives and an un and 1920. After 1920 the controller-1 upon you, and if you fall so to ap
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
pear and Answer said complaint,
told sum of money. In practically general held that payments could plaintiff will apply to the Court for
Editor and Proprietor
industrial field, accidents come only from revenue collected the relief prayed for in her said
have grown fewer and less severe— from the sale of land grant timber j conipaint. to-wlt:
and the surveys and recommenda and this has made up only about 1 For the dissolution of 'he mar
tions made by the casualty experts half the sums lost in taxes to the riage contract now and heretofore
existing between plaintiff and de
have been of immense aid. There has
fendant; for the custody of the mi
been a decrease in losses from burg
nor child of said marriage. Ray
lary and bank robbery, due largely
Moses, and for the return of her
(From 'The Lynchburg, Va., News') to the industry's work in fighting
The Constitution, says Stanley the criminal and promulgating pro- of taxes lost from land taken over | This summons is served upon you
Reed, solicitor general of the l nlted p0ga|H jor strengthening the law by the government. Government pro by order of the Hon. H. D. Norton.
Judge of the above entlted court,
States, "Is a living, vital institution and enforcement agencies
The perty Is uniformly tax exempt on made and .entered August 12th.
whose function Is to guide and not •
accident racketeer,” who robs
As from 5 0 to 60 per cent of most
Date of the first publication be
p0,.kets Qf every policy-holder,
Mas been given especially aggressive western states are In government re ing August 13th. 1936.
W. G. TRILL
Just what does Mr. Reed mean by „uem lon and hundreds of such cri- serves, held for the benefit of future
Attorney for Plaintiff
that? Can he mean that when cer- minais have been arrested, convicted
Post Office Address:
tain governmental processes are re- and punished.
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garded by the majority In power us
The mogt diff|cu|t f|eid in whlch counties In which these reserves are
necessary, the Constitution should (o attain results has been that of located if it adopted the same policy 41— Aug. 13. 20, 27. Sept 3.
not be permitted to stand In the way automobile accidents. Each year wit- it did toward the Oregon counties in
no matter what its word? What else nesses more deaths and injuries, and which railroad grants were revoked.
It is an Inescapable fact that you |
can he mean by speaking of the Con greater property loss. In spite of the
stitutlon as a living, vital Institution most Intensive work on the park of can’t have your tax cake and eat it,
Physician and Surgeon
that was not Intended to curb insurance companies and other pri too. Hundreds of communities are
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“ necessary governmen processes"? vate and public institutions, the going to learn this when the gov
Mei I ford, Ore.
And what are necessary government reckless, the incompetent and the
processes? Who determines that? congenitally dangerous driver has ment program is completed, to the
STONE’S DRUG STORE
destruction of highly-taxed, private
The majority in Congress? The Exe not been curbed.
electric properties. And there is no
cutive? There Is none other to make
Here Is where the general public
the decision In a democracy. But if must assist if progress is to be made great "public benefit” involved in
a temporary majority can do what It must demand up-to-date traffic this issue as there is In conserving
It regards uecesHHry without regard I |awrg, rigorously and impartially en- irreplaceable natural resources for
to the curbs of the Constitution. forcf,d n must demand the outlaw all the people, which Is a true func
tion of government.
what good is a Constitution?
ing of the decrepit and dangerous
Mr. Reed is wrong. The Constitu vehicle. It must demand strict licen-
tion Is a curb. Every Constitution is Ing laws for drivers. And It must d„>-
a curb. That's what a Constitution is mand that those drivers who refuse
for. A Constitution Is designed to de to operate cars carefully, or are un
fine and to limit the powers of gov able to, be barred from the public
Medford’* Oldest and
ernment and to say what a govern highways.
Now Is the time to
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ment can and cannot do. And its
We must do this in the interest of
greatest function is to prevent the our lives, our health, our pocket-
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government from doing that which books.
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It should not do. Its greatest func
THE C E N T R A L
4 Legal Notices
“ Sunset of Power“
Bette Davis in
with Leslie Howard
“ Muss ’Em Up”
with PRESTON FOSTER
Wed. Xhe ts Cash Nile
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101 East 8 th St.
Across from Lewis Super Service
Every pound of butter made liv » local concern, used 1»> local people
Is a direct sld to the farmers of this community.
Money spent for substitutes goes to help outside interests, who pay
no taxes in Jacksou County.
Fick Hardware Co.
Crosley Radios & Refrigerators,
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Speed Queen & May Tag
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Story of LOUIS PASTEUR"
Paul Muni in
THING« ONE REMEMBERS
By R. M. Hofer
Some twenty years ago It became
"good politics" to agitate for a re
turn to the government of the land
grant* given to the pioneer railroads
In southern Oregon counties, on the
ground that the railroads had not
sold the land as orlginslly contem
The fact that most of the land con
sisted of mountains and that there
W. H. Klatt
Thurs., P H
Dr. B. C. Wilson
tion Is to curb those who would act
arbitrarily. It Is to curb those who
woud act with tyranny. It Is to curb
those who would limit freedom. It is
to curb those who would deny inher
ent rights. It Is to curb and to cheek
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