The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195?, September 17, 1936, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    reason or another, hi» majority 1» bill to government— and then bud-
wiped out or ho near the vanishing ness pasties it on to the people by
point that hi» carrying Oregon 1» a adding to the coat of every commod-
matter o f doubt
j ity and service it sells.
Bud ne*<
Impartial observers are of th e j couldn’t do otherwise if It wanted
Re-established. September 13, 1928 opinion that Mr. Roosevelt ha» lost to. It can’t raise money out of thin
I>evoted to the bent Interests of not leas than 15 percent of hi» 1932 air, or pull greenbacks out of a ma-
Central i’ olat and vicinity
adhereuts. This is a matter that cau 1 gician’s hat. Every cost of operation
Eutered as ttwrond clan« matter st be checked by anyone asking tb“ — whether it be rent, supplies, wages
the post office, Central Point, Ore- first 100 men and women who voted j or taxes— must come out of the
(fon. under the Aet ot March 8, 1879. for Mr. Koosevelt. if they intend ; pockets of people who buy Its pro-
giving him their ballot In November ducts. When you buy a loaf of
srBrtCllII’TlON RATES
Si* Month»
... .........
*100 Such tests will vary with each 100 'bread or an automobile, go to a
people, but the average of Roosevelt movie or pay your rent, drink a
One Year
desertions exceeds 15.
glass of beer or ride on a street car.
Payable in advance
In calculating defections from the | part of the money you spend goes ti
Advert (»in* rate« ou application
Office—-Second Street, off Main New Ileal, It should be remembered reimburse the enterprise involved
that some replacements will come for the taxes it has paid government
ARTHUR EDW ARD POWELL
from the crop of first voters, but on your account. And the higher
Editor and Proprietor
these recruits cannot offset more [ taxes soar, the more you must pay.
than a small percentage of the You can’t beat the bill you "ow e"
losses.
the government.
Having assembled the evidence de­
So if you’ve fallen for the ancient
ducted by the "sampling" process, fallacy to the effect that "The rich
the republican leaders are satisfied pay all the taxes, and the poor get
that Oregon is on longer a solid all the benefits of government free,"
Koosevelt state—It has never gone think again!
democratic for president but twice
In its history— and is now actually
in the doubtful column. Encouraged Cartoonist “ Ding”
by the situation revealed, republi­
Exposes New Deal
cans are preparing to redouble their
I,.WIRIN' GAINING
efforts In the remaining weeks of
fly John W. Kelly
WASHINGTON, D. C.— How poli­
the campaign. In partial confirma­
By systematic "sampling" of pub­ tion of the hopes of republicans, dc- tics caused a collapse of a water
lic opinion over a period of months, mocrats on the Inside of their party I conservation program in the drought
republicans are confident that Ore­ organization admit there has been » ’’ rea of North Dakota was exposed
gon can be placed in the Landoti col­ slip away from Mr. Roosevelt and to by Jay N. (Ding) Darling, famed
umn In November.
such a degree that they do not ex­ cartoonist while broadcasting in the
Following facts have been devel­ pect to sweep the state by any such William Hard radio hour.
oped by the series of repeated tests large majority as was given the New-
Mr. Darling served as chief of
of sentiment; President Roosevelt's Deal In 1932. Practical men in the the bureau of hlollgieal survey In
popularity is on the decline; the ad­ democratic high command are not the Department of Agriculture. He
ministration has lost so many form­ deluding themselves; they recognize resigned when New Deal policies in­
er supporters that a repetition of that the result In Oregon looks like terfered with conservation.
the landslide of 1932 Is out of the a horse race.
"The bureau of biological survey
question; there has been a steady
made a careful study of the water
resources of North Dakota and map­
and substantial increase in .entl-
|*AII> ON ACCOUNT
ment for Governor Landon, this sen­
ped out a program of Impounded
timent coming from voters who were
"A housewife attempting to mak*' water reservoirs which would have
In the Koosevelt camp.
, both ends meet from her husband
safeguarded the state through dry
Other facts revealed in the sur- $20-a-week pay check must disburse years. Furthermore there was a job
veys included evidence that republi-
out of that $20 one fourth o f i* in this program
for every unem­
cans who stood by their ticket f o u r '
f ° r ,aXf*H • • • direct and indirect • ployed able-bodied man
In North
seen and u nseen," says a recent
years ago huve no intention of de­
serting their party this year, where­ survey.
Bebe & W alt's
This will probably come as a
as many republicans and conserva­
tive democrats who voted for Mr. shock to persons in the small-ln-
Lunch
Roosevelt in 1932 will not do so u come bracket— many of whom arc
Quick
Service
for Packers
laboring under the delusion that
second time.
101
East
8th
St.
It was a protest vote which en- they are entirely tax-free, because
Across
from
Lewis
Super
Service
they
pay
nothing
1
1
1
direct
taxes—but
abled Mr. Roosevelt to carry Oregon
by 77,852 majority; iu the current the figures are Irrefutable. Am eri­
campaign the protest vote, whatever can corporatio ns pay taxes o f more
Its strength, will go to Governor than *2,000,000,000 a year, in a«l<li-
Landqn, for a protest vote Is always Hon to corporate Income taxes.
which totaled nearly
$500 .0 00 ,0 00
cast against the incumbent.
Estimates vary as to the number in 19 3 3. Wholesa lers and retailers of
of votes Mr. Roosevelt has lost. If goods are also heavily taxed. And
only 25,000 have changed, this every cent o f that tr em endous tax
would reduce his 1932 majority of bill is. in effect, simply "p a id on ac­
77,852 to 27.000. If 20 percent of c o u n t” for Individuals by the manu­
even 15 peeent of Mr. Roosevelt’s facturers and others.
In other words. hi^hiess_J>ays_^he
supporters have deserted him for one
THE
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1930
(K V T KAL p o l .N T AMERICAN C U T R A L POLNT, OREGON
PAUK TWO
CENTRAL
P O IN T
A M E R IC A N
EDITORIALS
Mattresses Renovated and New Ones Made
to Order
FLO W ER S M A T T R E S S & U P H O LST E R ­
ING SHOP
404 KART MAIN ST.
whose knowledge of fish was gained
in the city read eatate business and
in Washington politics. The Senator
— Mr. Clarence Dill— of the State of
Washington— promptly retired from
public life to look after his private
business as soon as the New Deal
had appropriated sixty-one million
dollars for the Grand Coulee Dam iu
his state; but he left behind him bis
secretary, Mr. Frank Bell, who be­
came Chief Fish Commissioner.
"True conservationists protested;
but the dam was called conservation
and once more it was proved that
conservation is a grand alibi for any­
one who wants to get away with
murder."
Dakota if the work had been carried
out.
"Instead the New Deal adminis^
tration Ignored the planning of it*
own bureau and handetj over all re­
lief money for North Dakota to
political administrators The result
was, that all the money was spent
and nothing was accomplished. We
did succeed in getting a few dollars
and constructed a few ponds, which
have been the sources of the only
available water for cattle during the
drought."
Mr. Darling further remarked
that the big Grand Coulee Dam now
being built by the New Deal in the
state of Washington on the Colum­
bia River would brim? most of the
salmon fishing in that river to an
abrupt end and would destroy for­
ever "the major part of a ten-mil­
lion dollar annual food supply."
Asked why the United States
Government Bureau of fisheries did
not prevent this destruction, Mr
Darling replied:
"All opposition from the Bureau
of Fisheries was stopped by getting
rid of the expert Chief of that Bu­
reau and by putting into his place
a United States Senator's secretary
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119 E. Main
Phone 998
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Fall term opens Monday, Sept. 21
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IB North Bartlett St.
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Phone 1406
Expert Photography
See us for Fire Insurance
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Medford Bldg.
on Hay & Grain
DENTISTRY
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Pacific International Livestock Exposition In Portland. Octo­
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(Successor to Dr. J. J. Emmen» I
304 Medford Bldg.
I factice limited to eye, rar, aoae.
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Tel. 567
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220 North Bartlett
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Swimming Pool
Nat Building
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314 K. Main
230 W. 6th.
Medford
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Oriental Gardens
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