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T o B ag G am e
T H U R SD A Y , N O V E M B E R 12, 103 M
C E N T R A L P O IN T A M E R IC A N C E N T R A L P O IN T . OHEÜO N
P KQ K TW O
Help Us to Help Others
YREKA, Calif., Nov. 9.— The
L egal N otices
Brlte b rothers John and Coke plead
ed innocent when a rra ig n e d in su
perior court on a charge of m u r d e r
E quity No. 0574-E
SIM M O N S
ing two pease officers and a vaca
tionist at th e ir Horse Creek camp IN T H E CIRCUIT COURT OF T H E
STATE OF OREGON, FOR JACK-
University of Oregon. Eugene, A ugust 30.
J u d g e C. J. L u ttrell set November
Nov. 12.— F a th e r s of University of
ELV1N E. COOK, P lain tiff
Oregon stu d e n ts will t o t only be 30 as the date for th e ir final h e a r
LULU P E A R L E COOK. D efendant
feted and e n tertain ed a t the annua l ing.
To Lulu P earle Cook the above
“ Dad's Day" b anquet and other
nam ed D EFEN D AN T:
event, but will be given an oppor
IN T H E NAME OF T H E STATE
tunity to observe first band all the long-planned registration of 25,000,- OF OREGON, You a r e hereby re
phases of university life at th e tenth 000 w orkers for old age pension ac quired to ap p e ar and an sw e r the
annua l "D a d 's Day” celebration, set counts under the social security act com plaint filed ag a in st you In the
above entitled Court and cause w ith
for November 13 to 15, it was a n will begin November 16.
in fo u r weeks from th e date of the
nounced by B ernard Hall. P o rtlan d ,
Making th e anno u n c em en t today, first pubicatlon of this Summons
chairm an for the affair.
the security board said 45,000 post- upon you, exclusive of the d ate of
F a th e rs a r e expected to arriv e on offices would d istrib u te to employers the first publication, and if you fail
Friday, in tim e to visit classes all on th a t date a form known as the so to a p p e a r and an sw e r said corn-
paint, pain tiff will apply to the
of which will be open to parents. "E m p lo y er's Application for i d e n t i C ourt for th e relief prayed for In
F riday evening the a n n u a l
F rosb- fication N um ber."
his said Com plaint, to-wit:
Rook grid gam e will be staged In
F o r the dissolution of th e m arriage
Each em ployer will be asked how contract now and h ere tofore exist
r eg u la r varsity style, with stu n ts be
m any in his employ, and th e em ing between plaintiff and defendant.
tween halves, yell sections, bands,
ployes in tu r n will begin receiving
T his Sum m ons is served upon you
and all the “ trim m in s."
blanks labeed "A pplication for Soci by o rd e r of th e Hon. E arl B. Day,
S atu rd ay m orning fa th e rs will
al Security Account N u m b e r” on J u d g e of the County C ourt of Jack-
hold th e ir a n n u a l m ass meeting,
son Countv, Oregon, m ade and e n te r
N ovember 24.
ed N ovem ber 6th, 1936. Date of
when they will h e a r talks by Dr. C.
first publication 11-12-1936.
Valentine Boyer, university presi
W. O. T R IL L
dent, and others, and elect officers
A ttorney for Plaintiff.
for the coming year. At noon th e vi
Post Office Address:
sitors will be e n te rta in e d a t lunch for a good home dem and a p p a ren tly
Suit* 12 P alm Bldg.
eon at th e various living o rganiza a r e leading Oregon tu r k e y producers
to side-step outside offers an d con
S aturday afte rn o o n fath e rs and c e n tr a te on disposing of th e ir record
sons an d d a u g h te rs will g a th e r crop in hom e m a rk e ts th e J o u r n a l j
E V A N S M A C H IN E
around radios and listen to th e ac said today.
Only a small portion of the Oregon
SH O P
count of th e O regon-Caltfornla gam e
yield was expected to move east for
Saw mill, mining, farm an d auto
to be p liye d in Berkeley.
m achine work
The ban q u e t will be an event of th e T hanksgiving trade.
N EW LOCATION
S aturday evening. John Veatch, pro
U tU am i F i r
J o h n n y Bull— We have some very
m inent Oregon a lu m n u s an d “ Ore
gon Dad" will be speaker, an d a large birds in England. W hy, once,
num be r of others will m a k e brief while I was sta nding In a zoological
FL O W E R S
garden, I saw a m an come In on an
for all occasions
F a th e rs will be guests of honor at eagle.
M eyer F low er Shop
the annua l
Sophomore inform al
42 S. C entral
dance S atu rd ay evening, th u s giving nothing. Once, while sta nding in a
W ith B u rtle tt the F u rr ie r
" D a d ” a chance to see real collegi ball park, I saw a player go out on
G reenhouses, 625 F r a n q u e tte St.
ate social life first hand.
The week-end will close Sunday
with special services In all churchee
for fathers, and d inne r a t all living
Officers of the “ D ads” a r e Merle
Chessman, Astoria, president; W a l
te r M. Cook, P o rtland, secretary-
tr e a s u r e r ; E earl M. Pallett, Eugene.
The s tu d e n t com m ittee assisting
Hall Includes Bob Moffett, R obert
Lee, P o rtla n d ;
chrlst, Salem: B ernadine Bowman,
Las Vegas, Nevada; Gladys Battle-
son, Eugene, and Myry Hulssor,
‘D a d ’s D a y ” B anquet
A t U . o f O. Set
For N ovem ber 13
Hundred* of elk h u n te rr s a re mov
ing Into the Blue m o u n ta in country
of n o rth ea ste rn Oregon this week,
eac h with a 1 to 3 chance of bringing
home an elk, according to previous
record* of the U. S. forest service!
and S tate gam e official* who are
directing the hunt'.
F or the fourth consecutive y e a r ,
the open elk season Is being manag- 1
ed by the S tate gam e commission |
with the S tate police and the forest j
service cooperating. A ttem pt 1* b e - j
Ing made to afford th e public the j
maximum benefit from these m agni
ficent gam e anim als and at the »ante
tim e keep th e Increasing herds w ith
in the seasonabe feeding capacity
of the range. The open season la*'»
from November 8 to 18 inclusive.
"E lk have become an Important
asset to the state, both from the
sportsm an's standpoint
and a* a
draw ing card to recreationist* and
tourl ;ts visiting Oregon forests", u
forest service official states.
The Wallowa, r m a t l l l a . W hit
man, and Malheur national forests
in the district near Pendleton. La-
Grande, Baker and J o h n Day, are
being managed so th a t th e num be r of
elk taken by h u n u te rs will not ex
ceed the natu ra l Increase of the
Twelve checking stations at
in 14 flooded stat - t. at of the Missis
approaches to the h unting grounds
j sippi and 6,000 fan lies in 6 tornado
I hit states south of the Mason-Dix'on
a r e being used to check in the h u n t
line in this one o;:
ers and cehck out parties with their
“Never before h ate as many metro
kills afte r the hunt. State game of
politan centers borne tile brunt of at-
ficials are supervising the hunt with
! tack by »and and water within a Sin
state police watching game law in
gle year, challenging Red Cross pre-
! paredness and efficiency by so wide a
variety of pressing human problems,"
> "F o re st service checkers are *ee-
ing th a t guns and equipm ent of Large Urban Areas Devastated ! Chairman Grayson said.
In its work of relief to disaster suf
sportsmen are adequate to properly
As Elements Hit 20 States
ferers the Red Cro~s expended in ex-
dispatch the game and handle the
■ cess of $5,200,000 for the year. The re
East of Mississippi
kills w ithout waste of the meat. The
port points out that this figure d c s
checking stations also are proving
| not include assistance given in 27 lesa-
"The number of disaster victims as j er disasters with a total of 2,000 per-
valuable in obtaining from hunters
im portant inform ation regarding the sisted by the Red Cross during the fls I sons aided, and a id s that additional
cal year ended June SO, was more than
num ber of elk and oth e r game seen four times the number aided in the pre millions will be used to “clean up”
Spring floods and tornadoes.
and the num ber of cow elk and cal vious twelve month period," Admiral
“Numerous local disaster situations
ves in the bands.” With full co Cary T Grayson, chairman, said in
occurring during the year were met by
operation of sportsmen It will be commenting on highlights of the an Red Cross chapter funds and manpow
possible to obtain game d ata and nual report Just issued. “Over 131,000 er," Admiral Grayson said. "In each
major relief operation undertaken the
com par'sons with previous e stim a t families were given food, clothing,
es helpful in an Intelligent and shelter and medical care, and thou great army of Red Cross volunteers
sands of homes were rebuilt or re aided trained workers with the task of
scientific handling of wildlife re
paired by the Red Cross to enable them
rehabilitating those without resources
sources, officials point out.
to carry on."
who had suffered losses.
Elk have increased rapidly in the
Pointing to the many-sided problems
"The Red Cross disaster relief serv
five northeastern counties of Ore created by the wide variety of types
ice Is one of many Red Cross activities
gon In o their Introduction from of disasters which occurred during
supported by the American people
through membership at the time of
Wyomlngn in 1918 and eurller. In the year, Admiral Grayson said, "The
Roll Call, held each year from Armis
1934 elk in the district now opened Red Cross sent hundreds of trained
workers into 39 states to meet the
tice Day to Thanksgiving.”
T H IS an d T H A T
for hunting were estim ated a t 3,- many exigencies of catastrophes
400 In 19.14 the elk population was which Included earthquake, epidemic,
From H ere and T h ere
estimated at some 13,000, with in explosion, fire, hurricane, ice lock,
Red Cross Kurses Combat
creases s'nce. I.ast year 692 bull landslide, refugee relief, shipwreck,
Twelve thou a n d acres of suga r
elk were killed by 2,761 hunter* and tornado and typhoon. The Red Cross
Disease cn Wide Front
beets a r e nettin g the growers $60
in 1994 some 3140 hunter* bagged took charge at the scenes of 105 domes
tic disasters of major severity.”
an acre, a f te r all expenses a re paid.
At the close of the fiscal year ended
The report emphasized the marked
Thl* year a more Intensive s u r value of Goverument-Red Cross co June 30, there were 673 Red Cross In the Y akim a valley, according to
Paul E. K irker, sales representative
vey i* being made of th e various operation when disaster strikes, giving
nurses bettering health conditions and
of th e U tah-Idaho S ugar Company,
river w atershels frequented by the as example the flight of Army bombing
caring for the sick in 604 communities.
sp«aking before the C ashm ere Ro
herds * 0 as to prevent too heavy r e planes wolch dropped li«d Cross food
These Red Cross public health nurses
ta ry Club W ednesday noon.
ductions In any one district. W ith to marooned refugees at ilenovo,
cared for a total of 233,611 persons
out reductions overcrowding of the Pennsylvania, during the Spring floods
during the year and made more than a
More than 10,000 persons were res
T h irtee n cars of Rogue river va-
«>lk range may result in depleted for
million visits on their behalf.
rued from the s«T.ond floors of homes
ey pears were dispatched via S outh
age with ensuing disease and s t a r n Wilkes-Harrc and Kingston through
The annual report of the American ern Pacific last night to New West- | !•;
D uring the last tw e lv e m onths m any have
vation during hard winter seasons, Coast Guard-Red Cross cooperation at
Red Cross states further that these
nurses cooperated with doctors in sx- | minster, B C., for export to F ra n c e I jjj
it is pointed out.
he height of these same floods.
learn ed that they are still ab le to obtain
aminlng 671,067 school and pre-school L ast week 18 ca rs of pears were , >J
"Government agencies and relief
photographs at reason ab le prices. W e
children, with 342.361 physical defects shipped to th e sam e port for export. | J
groups were of invaluable assistance
R ecreation al Inventory to Red Cross relief forces a t all times," found and curative treatm ent ar T he sh ipm ents were originally sche-
have sp ecia ls to fit every C hristm as s h o p
ranged In 209,080 cases.
Admiral Grayson stated.
duled for loading at P ortland. The j $
T o Be Prepared
In 979 Red Cross chapters 1.723 grad change was due to m a ritim e s tr ik e J
The complete resources of Red
uate nurses taught Red Cross home hy conditions, now prevailing.
Cross leadership, training and disaster
giene and care of the sick, issuing cer
County planning commissions in experience were brought Into play by
P e a r sh ip m en ts to date, from the
the Spring floods and tornadoes which
tificates to 53,126 persons completing
all sections of th e sta te have been
took so heavy a toll of life and prop the courses. In addition, 1,777 Red Rogue river valley, tota l 1557 cars ¡J
requested by the Oregon sta te plan erty In eastern and southern states
Cross reserve nurses were called upon of packed pears; and 4 43 cars can- H
21 5 E. M ain
ning board to prepare a complete this year the annual report reveals.
during the year for disaster and epi nery pears. Apple sh ipm ents to data
Inventory of all recreational r e The Red Cross aided 77,000 families
demic control work.
tota l 88 cars.
sources in their areas, it was a n
nounced by Ormond R. Bean, chair
The operating surgeon said the
man of the board.
S teiw er U n d ergoes
se n ato r came th ro u g h the operation
A working plan for procedure has
Serious O peration In "fine condition" an d was resting
b«>en sent to all county chairm an,
o 'm f a r ta b ly as he regained con
together with full Instruction* for
those who will m ake out the form*.
DENVER, Nov. 9. S enator F r e d sciousness.
The doctor said the se nator had "a
It was stated. The data a re expected erick Steiwer. Oregon Republican,
to be useful not only In preparing for was operated on at St. Joseph's hos bad gall b la dder" with adhesions He
N ovem ber 13th to N ovem ber 21st Inclusive
conservation and development of the pital here today for a gall bladder added th e re were no o th e r compllca-
recreational resource«, but a* a basis disturbance.
The head technician of th e H em o v itam ete r L ab o rato rie s of Denver, Colorado, will be in the offices of
for inform ation for tourists and oth-
Hospital attaches said th e senator
Dr. A. R. Hedges of Medford an d will assist in d e m o n stratin g the New H em ovitam eter, a visual Sci
era who come to this state, It is came th ro u g h the operation In "good
MENTION OUR ADVERTISE-
entific Diagnostic In stru m e n t. See with your own eyes, how the instru m e n t locates the infected and
MENT3 W H E N SHOPPING
a re a s of y our body.
When the counties have completed
the inventory the Information can
be assembled to m ake an inventory
for the state, planning board offici
I F YOU or any of YOUR friends have been failing in H ealth and have not been able to find out Just
RED CROSS AID TO
MORE THAN 500,000
Our First Anniversary
W e’re N ot So Big
We are all so cocksure th a t our*
1* a great country and th a t the eye* |
of the world are on the United |
State* Thl* week we have read sev
eral big new spapers— com parable to
o u r Chicago T rib u n e or kltnnespolle
J o u rn a l They have come from «Ules
In E n gsnd. India, and South Ameri
ca In them th e United States isn't
mentioned in the news or otherwlso
any mora frequently th a n is Moiatu-
btque In th e papers of th is country.
In the Rangoon, India, paper, the
only reference found to the United
State* was ou the m arket page, sod
ere ouly the New York pri.w of
cotton. We re big, *11 right, and im
portan t, but not nearly aa big or as
im portant ** we think we a r a —
F airuiouut (M inn.) Sentinel
W e are trad ing in la te m odel used cars.
W hy not trad e in that old car and get safer
and cheap er transportation
1936 L aya fe tte Victorian sedan with tr u n k Driven ouly four th o u
sand miles. SAVE tw o hun d red d o lla r s
1935 Dodge Deluxe 4 Door Sedan with tru n k . It'a • beauty.
1936 Pontiac S Deluxe Sedan with tr u n k . Radio, H eater, Electric
tan. Save $200.00
F R E E E X A M IN A T IO N S
w hat is wrong with you, avail yourself of this opportunity.
R E M E M B E R— No m a tte r W HAT your tro u b le is. W H E R E is is, or HOW BAD it is, DO NOT hesitate
to come in and be examined. Many have gone th ro u g h this exam ination with MUCH m ental relief
when they learned th a t some suspected ailm ent did not exist.
NO EMBARRASSMENT' NO SHO CK ' DON'T TRY TO GUESS at your a ilm e n ts' LET TH E INSTRU
MENT aid in scientifically diagnosing your case— IT CAN— IT W ILL! It la unlike ANY you have
ven. a utom atica lly tells you your ailm ent, w here It is and also tells you JUST w hat you should
REM EM BER T H E DATES and d u rin g th a t tim e come lu and have a COMPLETE HEALTH EXAM
INATION— w ithout cha rge o r obligation to one m e m b er of each family
1935 l U I C. T ruck, 3-3 ton. This tru c k has a U rg e enclosed body
dandy to r baullng produce Priced low for quick sale
Dr. A. R. Hedges
« S K in n e r ’s G a r a g e
(C hiropractic and N a tu r o p a th ic Physician)
143 SO Rivers.do
Sales A Service
Easy O M A.C. T erm s
M ala S tre e t
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