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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1936)
M G R TWO
For City Traffic
PO IN T AM ER ICAN
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8. 108«
EX T H A L P O PÍT. OBKOOM
PREPARED FOR 800,000 VISITORS A DAY
(juettionnaires requeation Infor
mation on the present practices in
selecting and locating traffic signs
have been distributed to Oregon
cities this week by the League of
Oregon Cities committee on uniform
traffic signs Data on traffic signs
used by various cities of the slat« is
wanted in connection with the com
Establishment of the use of uni
form traffic control stgns within
Oregon cities is the objective of th«
committee appointed by Mr. C. G
Reiter, City Mauag-r of Bend, presi
dent of the League of Oregon Cities.
Members of the committee are: J
L. Franzeu. City Manager of Oregon
City, chairman; F. W. Bchetfel, City
Superintendent of Modford, vice-
chairman: William C. Clubb, City
Engineer of Eugene, secretary; Or
mond R- Bean, Commissioner of
Public Works, Portland; E. K. Bur
ton, City Engineer, Marshfield; L.
W Coiner, City Engineer, Cottage
Grove; C. M Hurlburt, City Engin
New York (Special)—Section of a table rccdcl of the New York World’s Fair of 1939, showing the grid of
eer. Hood River; Angus McAllister.
main and secondary avenues through the concentraiion of exhibit Ktildi ;•* about the 250-foot tower in the
City Manager, La Grande; Charles
“Thematic Centre" of the exposition. At the rivht of the p h e t o . h ca.i be seen a part of the “ Water Sta
W\ Clark, Mayor, Roseburg, S. A.
dium,” which is being planned with a stage built cn a remicir; 1 - ¡ rind Ln the iagoon at the head of the
Hoefer, Mayor Woodburn; Captain
Amusement zone—toward the centre background the “ :,ia-. of Gcv am marts’’ flanked by “ Federal Hall” and
“ Hall of States"—and at the left, railroad and :,jbway terminals o:signed to handle i:i part the maximum of
Fred M. West, Head of Traffic Dlvl- 1
800,000 visitors a day or 50,000,000 in a y^ar.
sion, Portland Bureau of Police; j
John 8. Beakey, Traffic Engineer,
Slate Highway Commission Salem;
and Harold Wormaer, Director, Ore
gon State Motor Association. Port
In sending out the questionnaire,
Mr. Oscar Blackford and family
Mr Franzea says that. "The purpose
The Oregon state planning board | Girls’ physical education classes I entertained the following guests
of developing this standard of uni j will have ready for the coming leg- began this week. The program for
with a Thanksgiving dinner, Mr. and
form traffic markings is to mak*- i islattve session reports and studies the year is as follows: volleyball, j
Mrs. Gene Blackford and family, Mr.
driving safer for those people who on a wide variety of development now; basketball, after Christmas; j
and Mrs. John Blackford, Riley Pot
travel from city to city and to make
I and progress projects for tbe state, and baseball in the spring. Miss Du- ter, Harry EUls and family, Elmer
tho installation of city traffic sign'
was announced at tbe monthly Rette, who Is instructor is going to j
more effective and less costly by
meeting of the organization, held work in clog dancing and tumbling '
having some standard agreed upon recently in Corvallis.
between volleyball and basketball.
before new Installations are made.
Governor Martin tnet with the
Football is forgotten and basket
Once a uniform system o f traffic
board and took an active part In ball is fast coming Into active being
control devices has been adopted,
discussions, especially those on re for the year. Inter-class basketball
In balcony o f W liillo c k 's G old en
safer driving can be encouraged by
ports on use of Bonneville power, games are being held this week.
nn educational campaign acquaint
prison reform and state building
The annual assembly program
I lil N. C en tral
M ed ford
ing the public with the exact mean
] program. Results of studies on tbeae schedule has been made and the
ing of every type of sign used."
projects, as well as Curry county first of these will be present Friday,
land use, wood control, enabling act December 4, by the junior class.
1 for county planning commissions,
Evelyn Stanley spent the week
will be made public as soon as for
end at Eagle Point visiting friends, j
mal reports have been filled with
Wana Conrad visited relatives in j
Th® Ladies of the P.T.A are plan tbe planning board and governor.
Grants Pass Sunday.
plan to give her a
ning a Raxauar to be held ln the
Helen James saw the football i
old library building next to the mitted by the planning board in the game between Ashland Myrtle Point 1
American offiro next Friday, Dec. 1 near future will carry definite re Thanksgiving Day.
commendations. Two studies reques-'
11. all day.
Bob Hoagland hiked on Roxy Ann '
Al this sale will be booths of fan | tod by the last session of tbe legis Saturday.
cy work, dish towels, aprons and a
Marion Strayer spent Thanksgiv
! and on prison quarters for first o f - .
booth of "White Elephants."
ing afternoon visiting friends in
Then besides these there Is to be
A progress report on the work of
a booth of chill and coffee and one
(ieordla and Bob Conger gave a
of pies to be served all day. This the government reorganization coin-1 card party Sunday evening at their
will give everyone a chance to get a
cabin on the Old Stage Road.
atlng with the legislative interim
hot meal nt noon.
Wanda Hood motored on Roxy
Also th« Girl Scouts will have a
Ann Sunday afternoon.
gon Cities, was made by I)r. P. A.
Maxine Moore had Thanksgiving ;
Anyone having articles to donate Parsons. Eugene, chairman of th- dinner at the home of her aunt In ;
la asked to leave them at Jone’s Gro group. This study Is being made un-| Medford.
cery or with Miss Anderson, sixth 1 der the direction of Herman ^Cehrli.
Roberta and Norma Jean Wertz
director of the bureau of munlcpal
spent Thanksgiving in Ashland visit
research of the University of Oregon,
vvho Is now assembling data and
Miss DuRette and Miss Zinser
Information gathered by several
1« X. B artlett
spent the vacation at their respec
tive homes near Salem and E u g e n \
Planning board members present, j
several of whom remained over fori
«> K U M O M ) PITCAIRN
] the Wild Life Conference, were Or
national ( htitrinun
mond R. Bean, Portland, chairman;
-------Sentinels of ihr Hr pu hite _ _
The very man «h o ha* the deepol
interest in sound currency Is Die man ■ Boylugton, Astoria; J.
That u lti pint.*«' yon.
Burns; W. A. Schoenfeld, Corvallis,1
«hu earns his dailv liresd bs his daily
land Dr Parsons
Daniel Wdotker laid that nearly a
century ago. His statement «as true
in his time, it was true years earlier,
4 1 8 E . Alain Ht.
and it is true today
France proved Its verity as early as
1*93. «turn currency Inflation forced
workers and «age-tamers to pay the
P h on e ¡»IH
equivalent of ta for a pound of bread I "Take a trip for Christmas" Is the
and of 140 for a bushel of potatoes.
invitation which the Western Rail
T h ere i* no m o r e appropriate
Germany proved it shortly after the ways are extending through their an
World War »hen Inflauun wiped out
utterly tiie average worker's saving», nouncement of reduced round trip
and >ky-rocketed tlie prices of every- holiday excursion fares to all poluts
Ihu.* save the barest necessities of Ids in the United States
tar beyond his reach
The special holiday rates will be
Russia proved It when her revolution
äre leadtis used inllailon to help drag In effect earlier than ever b«for*-t be
Hep uh now anil tuakr an
every sollet d o»» lo a slate of regi ginning on December 1st and on sale
mented and dependent penury.
itppoint me*- nt
daily to and Including January 1st.
In every Instance currency inflatiun with finul return limit |rt days; stop
t ort the worker and iir'ped the specu
lator. Always It crushes the thrifty overs anywhere
and exalts live gamble, Ho».’
Local ticket offices of any of t h e
It achieve* IhU efTeel not bv rrdmlng
railways will furnish Information as
I lit K. .Main, M«*«lfor<|
tbe number u( dol'ur* In the earner's to fares, routes,
I a» envelope or «cvlngs «< count or
In artm e e-Late. but b> redu< mg the
.C â m é s p
Hosts at Dinner
Bazaar Is Planned
By P.T.A. Ladies
Nothing will please
Hits V nur Savings
We Do Upholstering
Railway* Offer Low
stimulate interest in voting in the
primary elections last spring. This is
the tenth time In the past three
years, officers said, that the local
chamber has been recognized for its
accomplishments by the national or
ganization. The national bullotln Is
sent to all member units throughout
the United States and a citation
therein usually brings a flood of in
Jackson County Chamber of CeWj- quiries to the local chambers from
merre has again been placed by the ail parts of the country.
Chamber of Commerce of the United
States in its list of 14 chambers that
have accomplished things worthy of
note. In Its current bulletin the na
tional chamber describes the cam
paign conduoted among grade and
junior high school students here to
Lucas and daughter, Nina Pearl, of
Beagle, Clifford Collier and family
Turkey and wild goose, with all
the fixings, were served.
WHY SE A R C H
When you can find the
best in watches. Silver
(Ring» ait Lawarence'a
Jewelery Store— annd so
things In their
The Quality found
Th« P U R IT A N C « ffa « S«t
Steriing hy C trham • Cray Finish
CoFfEB, Capacity 1 ' 4 pints .
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(¡¡■ kam , C a p a c ity Va pint . .
\\ i i o a . D iam eter, 10 inclus
8 N. Central
Medford Stationery Store
34 North Central St., Medford, Oregon
W HY NOT A GIFT WORTH WHILE
$1.00 to $35.00
Zipper Cases, Wallets, Writing Port-folio
Card Cases and Bill Fold.
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Christmas Cards
Books, Bibles, Games.
5 Gifts of Quality, Useful and worth while
• « i *
Twenty Two Years A yo
JNO. W. JOHNSON’S JEWELERY STORE WAS ESTABLISH
ED IN MEDFORD
actual purchastni puwrr nf thiew dot.
It means that out nf the same
incoon— or saving*— he must pay far
more for fnud and clothe* and shelter
and everything else he buy«.
That's fine for the well-heeled specu-
at vr who profits bv buv.ng in a low
market and selling at Inflated price»
Itut It’s hard on the worker—or on his
widow and rhlldren if he tins entrusted
their future Pi Insurance nr saving*
as mnat American
» age earner* do.
Beginning December first we celebrate this anniversary by of
fering special prees Throughout the month of December.
j FZ Holiday Season
Be sure and ask for Snider’s when you want
Beautiful new Stock carefully selected to suit every gift require
the finest of Frozen Dainties, Fresh Butter,
Ho* ran the av rrage worker and
n'lxrn escape this menace?
Well as history ha» proved, the
blight of inflation descends on a nation
In one ol two ways. It mav be adopted
dflibrrat-lr as a method of raising
pric s But more ölten K comes as a
result of straining government re
sources through extravagance and dobL
Force the politicians to eliminate
aaste and the piling up sf public debt—
und roy remove this ihruat at Use a r c .
mgs. the savings and tho security W
and his family
Shop at This Store to supply your
Plrx-ctly arm «* Main » I r t d from 'L in n '» Men’» M orr
Grade A Milk or any other Dairy Poducts.
"If it's Snider's it's the Best to Buy"
Jno. W. Johnson
Wbrr*. > tn »mall co«4 of ■ i-T.M r.o makn* It poastMo to *rU »he H d »** of T'-rchaadtor
SNIDER’S DAIRY & PRODUCE CO.