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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
¡isue oí Nov. 3
C U T R A L PUIN'T OREGON
T H L 1M D A V , O C T O B E R 13, JUAü
4-H Clubber* Return
From Visit at Big
Show in Portland
Out of Town Visitor*
At Limbeck Home
neapolls, and various points in N
Dakota before returning to her home
iu the Bay City at Christmas time.
Girl Scout News
Mr. and Mr». Leon Boomer of
Mary Esther Darts and Earnest
Medford, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Latbrop, Central Point, returned
By IRIS HILL
Okoson of Ashland and Mrs. C. J.
late last week ftutn Portland wLe.e
The Girl Scouts held their meet
Morris of San Francisco were dinner
(or three days during the Pacific In
guest» at the Limbeck home on Sun ing (or October 9th In the Scout hall.
Games were played. We then had
they were the * nests of The Fir.»t
The Limbeck's. Okeson's and Mor the colors after which we went to
National Bank of Portland and
ris's were old time friends and
Ernest won two third prizes
neighbors at Cayuga, North Dakota. our patrol corners to study our vari
Experts on pre • election trends
recognize that not for three genera with bis Berkshire swine entries at
A social hour was spent at the Oke- ous teats.
tions has the Constitution been so the Exposition.
son home on Tuesday evening by
Quite a few new members have
dominant in American thought as
The young people won the Port-
these three families and a motor joined, yet not as many as we would
in i the 1936 campaign Various issue* | " " /
j trip to Crater Lake was taken on like to have.
have been raised in the New Deal’s ! *n^ trips by b“ ine selected the out-
»landing 4-H Club members of JaiK-
defense of its four-year record but
A special urge is given to high
the experts believe that many thou * son County and as such were honor
Mrs. Morris left Friday morning school students as very few are
sands will go to tha polls particu ed during their Portland visits.
>■ t ortian.1 She will v.sit at M.n- members.
larly to vote on this on« fundamen
In Portland they joined the parly
of 40 other winners from 20 Oregon
Shall the American system of Gov counties, occupying two floors of a
ernment be preserved?
In the press, on the radio and from downtown hotel. As guests of the
public rostrums warnings have been bank, they amended the Pacific In
issued that constitutional self-gov ternational
ernment may be at stake in the the horseshow, the theatre, the an
election. It is predicted that great nual 4-H Club banquet, toured The
numbers of voters who are classed First National Bank of Portland and
as stay-at-homes will be eager to
cast a ballot this year on
matter were honored at a dinner party at
tended fc? hank officers and county
so universally important.
Appeal To Voters.
In advance of the primaries last
Miss Davis is the daughter of Mr.
Spring the American L i b e r t y and Mrs. Otis L. Davis, Route 1, Cen
League issued a call to all voters to
tral Point and is a senior at Sams
go to the polls this year. The League
is a nation-wide organization whose Valley high school. During her n.ua Mary Esther Davis and Lrenet Lathrop, f»t*iral Point, are photographed at
basic purpose is to uphold and de years of 4-H Club work, she has fin the Pacific Inter:...tiop.il ¡.Ivcslwek Exposition last week with some of the
fend the Constitution. It issued a ished projects In canning, cooktuM, Berkshire swine with which Ernest won third prizes. The young people
letter to its more than 100,000 mem sewing, room-improvement, livestock won the trip to the Exposition for being the outstanding 4-H Club members
bers to inaugurate a Get-Out-The- gardening and has led two canning af Jackson County, n a contest sponsored by The First Natioual Bank of
General Election, Nov. 3, 103(1
Vote Campaign. The appeal was Club. At the state fair this year she Portland.
rpade to adherents of all parties,
( — Paid Adv.)
regardless of how they proposed to won tfcivd prize in canning and sixth
flatues soon. They held California 7-
vote. There was a favorable response in cooking. In l é i t she won a sum
0, doing so on a day as hot as any
from all sections of the country and mer school scholarship to Oregon
California can produce at this time
this was emphasized by widespread State College. With her 28 exhibits
expression of approval in the press. shown during her 4-H Club partici
Millions Don't Vote.
Faced with the definite loss of
OREGON STATE COLLEGE. Cor
pation, »he has won almost $40 in
It was brought out in the League
vallis, Oct. 13.— "Two down and John Alexander for at least this next
letter that 30,000,000 potential voters
Ernest aLthrop, son of Mr. and One to go" Is the reading of the Ore game, Stiner Is going ahead with
failed to take advantage of their
right to cast ballots in the presi- •Mrs. A T. Lathrop, Central Point, is gon State first half schedule this practice sessions in which varsity
dental election of 1932. After citing a freshman at Oregon State College week as the Beavers prepare for and reserves will scrimmage at least
the importance of the constitutional where he Is majoring in agriculture. their invasion of the University of twice agaiust the rooks.
issue the letter said:
After the showing the reserves
In bis nias years of 4-H Club work, Washington stronghold next Satur
“ In such circumstances every
he has devoted his projects entirely day, October 17. The two down— U. made in the last contest, some of the
citizen owes a duty to himself,
to livestock, crops and agriculture, S. C. and California— are a game regulars will be hard pressed to hold
to his family and to his Nation.
winning a summer school scholar each up on the Beavers, but Coach down their berths. The newer men,
His duty is the free and intelligent
exercise of his right of franchise—
ship to Oregon State College In 1934 Lon Stlner is anything but discour together with those who are playing
his vote. The ballot which a tree
and belonging to judging teams sent aged over the outlook for the bal their positions for the first time this
citizen casts may be compared
year, have been Stiner's principal
to the State Fair and the Pacific In ance of the year.
with the payment of a premium
Meeting the three top teams of worry. Now that they are shaping up
upon his insurance policy. If the
the league in three succsslve Satur so well, the entire squad is well bal
premium is not paid, the policy
days Is a tough assignment for any anced physically and mentally, with
lapses and he and his family lose
(— Paid Adv.)
squad, but the Staters are all fired less dependence being placed on any
the protection for which he has
labored and saved for years. The
up and expect to burst Into scoring one or two men as definite stars.
exercise of your right to vote con
stitutes the premium you pay to
The motorist today is making the
protect the most valuable insur automobile insurance rates of
ance policy every written — the
morrow, and the greater the number
Constitution of t h e U n i t e d
of accidents the higher the rates will
Fifty-three per cent of the poten go. according to W. R. McDonald,
tial voters on the average remained insurance expert and director of the
away from the polls in the last four Oregon State Motor Association iu
presidential elections. It is generally charge of safety.
anticipated that this average will
"No insurance company makes
be considerably reduced on Novem
rates," said McDonald. "That is a
most Important fact for every motor
ist to remember. The stock compani
es merely combine their experience:
that Is, the results of their business
dealings with their policy holders
and from these statistics the Nation
al Bureau of Casualty and Surety
( — Paid Adv.)
Demands for investigation of al Underwriters scientifically figures
leged misuse of relief funds for po out the rate for each section of the
litical purposes were made many country and every type of car."
months ago but it was not until late
The safety director said that the
September that the Senate Commit Oregon accident situation this year
tee on Campaign Expenditures final
ly decided to investigate
Condi is alarming, inasmuch as there had
tions in Pennsylvania, it was an been an increase of more than one-
nounced, would be the subject of an third in motor vehicle crashes and
inquiry. Charges lha‘. relief admin an increase of oue-sixth in deaths
istrators were squandering money over the same period of 1935.
and were requiring thos on the re
"The rates of today reflect yester
lief rolls to line up with the New
Deal had been made by nany piom-
inent individuals, including former "That Is because actuaries and sta
Governor Gifford Pinchot and Sen tisticians must have completed ex
ator James J. Davis. -
perience to guide them. If yester
Exploiting human misery for po day's driving was reckless and care
litical purposes is a charge that is less, producing accidents which re
so offensive to American ideals that
it might have been expected that sulted in deaths and injuries to oth
the New Deal would seize the first ers and property damage beyond
reasonable expectation, the motorist
opportunity to clear itself.
is paying now in increased rates. If
he In the past magnified and padded
bnidends an I Taxes
A striking example of the huge small claims when he knew the oth
slice taken from business incomes er fellow was instirsed, he is also
by the tax collector is found in a paying for that."
recent report of the American Pe
"The motorist of today, with his
A study of the
to the future, cun decrease the
1935 financial reports of 14 oil com
panies whose total net worth repre number of accidents through careful
sents more than one-third of all driving; he can realize for himself
capital invested in the petroleum in aud pass the word to his neighbors
dustry indicates that payments for that they are spending the money of
dividends were only 22 per cent as all automobile drivers Instead of the
large as payments for taxes. Car-
company's; he can persuade the pet
owners are probably bearing the
ty claimants to act toward the com
heaviest burden of these taxes.
Thi* year, as never before, the political campaigns will
pany as they would with their neigh
be fought over the air! Let a new 1937 Philco bring
bors. If he will do that this year,
you every speech . , . every issue . . . clearer and better.
The merit system ot appointments next year's rates will come down."
And really enjoy programs from abroad with the built-
to government jobs has suffered un
der the New Deal The last annual
in Philco Foreign Tuning Systtm that makes tuning
report of the Civil Service Commit-
easy, quick, accurate . . . and brings you many more
aion states that at the end of the
foreign stations! Sensational new values!
fiscal year 1933 the competitive
Classified service represented only
At j Meet tag of the executive m m - •
63 3 per cent of all civil employees
PHILCO 610T •(Illustrated)
in the Executive branch During mlttee of the Christian Endeavor J
American and Foreign
the pre t ding administration this Colon of Southern Oregon at Ash *
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group represented about 80 per cent land Sunday evening tt « i< decided J
■VJ New Milito« t'J2.!HI up.
of the total
that the postponed rally to have »
•Sold only with Phileo High Efflclen
been htld in Jacksonville, will be !
The Federal Payroll.
r e c e p i t o /" * * ' *° ln,Ure *reatM,t '»reign
held in Grants Pass instead on Ooto- ¡ J
On February 28. 1933, just before
ber 23. at 7:30 p. m
the New Deal administration came
It was also derided to name Ash- #
in. the number of civil officer« and
employ res on the Federal payroll land as the place for holding the i
was 56 i 4'i7 On June 30. 193«. the Convention In November 37-3».
Opposti» Rialto Tbeat t
end of the L> t fi«« al year, this pay
Following the rally further detail»*
roll to'. I " a s 821.2*,*, an increase t -oncoming ths convention will be !
•f about 46 per cent.
Only Philco has i t ' ”
G. R. Carter
Beaver* Prepare to
Invade U. W. Field
A. C. Walker
Republican Candidate For
Qualified by Experience
General Election November 3, 1936
Accident* May Lift
J. B. Coleman
May Win $50.00
Probe of Politics
in Relief Delayed
Republican Candidate For
Jackson County, Oregon
Buy A Photograph At
General Election November 3, 1936
and enter your
Child in this Unique Contest.
$300.00 in prizes
S hangle Baby Salon
w i th a N e w 1 9 3 7
HAVE YOUR FALL
C-E Rally To Be
Held in G. Pass
Medford Domestic Laundry j
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