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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1939)
CENTRAL POINT AMEBICA*. CENTRAL PO»XT. ORFOOv ___
He-e*Ubll*be<l. S*p i«m ber l i ,
ITS JUST S u c h
Devoted to tbe beat totere«ta of
rentrai Point and vicinity.
Entered a« second ti*»* matter at
the y oat office, Central Point, Ore-
son, under tbe Aet of March 0, 1879.
TEEMy w c e n y R i T,
I'M S u « e You wom t
81» Month* .................... ......_.. II.Ob
One Year ................ ................. 11.8b
Payable in advance
Advertising rates on application
Office— Second Street, off Main
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tx in n
9t*f w ee
Another popular dance will be
leg at the Marine Base in San
Diego, before becoming eligible for given in the Sams Valley Grange
hall Saturday May 27. Good music
Applicants may obtain desired iu- and floor. Supper will be aerved
Friends of the
The t utted Slates marine eorpt,; iormation from their local Post near midnight.
offers opportunity for enlistment masters or by writing direct to the Orange are especially invited to
for a large number of young men Recruiting Office. »08 C. 8. Court come and enjoy the evening. Pro
from the pacific Northwest during House. Portland. Oregon.
ceeds will benefit the building fund.
the months of June and July, ac
cording to Postmaster Tom Pankey.
The enlistment term 1» four years. who ha» been very ill, is slowly re - I.
Applicants must be V- S. citirene. covering. He was thought to be on
between the ages of eighteen and the road to recovery but suffered an
twenty-five years, with no depend attack of kidney stones Tuesday
ents They must be of good habits evening from which he is now re
and character and be able to furn covering.
In a Flash!
ish character references.
must be able to obtain their parent - j
Quick loans up to $300 on your
content. Opportunities for service !
signature and security. No
A P P L E
are open in Marine Corps Aviation, j
endorsers. No delay. See ub for
for Battleships, j
the money you need TODAY*.
H eavy Cruisers, aud Airplane Car-
rler »of 'he U. S. Fleet; Foreign I
A l’ T o PAYMENTS REDUCED!
shorn station»: and the various |
posts and stations throughout the
United States. All men enlisted
Oregon Finance Co.
W A L D E N ’S
must u n d e rg o their recruit tialn-
License No. S-211, M-217
1770 .V Riverside
45 8. Central
Also Dell Vineyard Mission
Grape J oke
c t i« «
flfWj rfert- MiOOfM Levies Have up
III hou»ed in a land of plenty?*’
Under our present sytem we have
A op control with millions hungry.
Surplus cotton with millions in rags.
And our markets flooded with cheap
foreign made products.*’ "I believe
in a pay as you go plan for old age
security. A 2%
given to our old people over sixty
years of age will increase and dis
tribute buying power which will
employ our idle millions.’ * He does
not contend that this is a $200 per
month pension. “ It may bring only
150 to $75 at first. I know It will
increase because our buying power
will increase. The on« percent gross
Income tax tn Indiana provides $700
per teacher for nearly twenty
thousand. it permits the State of
Indiana to match the County units
dollar for dollar on welfare coats.
It has reduced the property tax In
Indiana one third.’’ “ This tax Is
not passed on to the consumer."
So my friends, farmers, bankers,
merchants, denttHtg, doctors, and
everybody If you want to enjoy re
newed prosperity, GET BEHIND
THE TOWNSEND PLAN.
D. D. Davis
T Y P E W R IT E R S
Give a I’m tabi,. Tyrpwriter for
DON C R U 1K SH AN K T Y P E W R IT E R S
Office Phone 1321
3410 W. A|h HI. (Holly Theatre Bldg.)
Residence Phone M 2 I-J-I
Swem’s Gift Shop
Your Histdquarters when In Medford.
On Main St.
RICHFIELD HI-OCTANE — C..H. TIKES A BATTERIE h
We specialize in correct Lubrication, motor tone-up, brake re-lining,
tieadligbt and front wheel adjusting, and Electrical Service
Riverside at Hlxth
Any time— Any place
Private Storage Rooms
DAVIS TRANSFER CO.
Fir at Eigth
IN in s N E W H O M E
Doing the Same High Class Work
MATTRESSES MADE AND RENOVATED
Established In your community
42H W. Atti Ht.
4 th at Riverside
Make an appointment today
Permanent W ave
V I ’S W A V E
at moat R e a s o n a b le Prices
PERMANENT»—« 1 4 0 np
A Special Oil Permanent at $2.50
An Excellent MachinOews $3.50
These are Unusual Bargains
Cook’s Beauty Shop
14 S. Rartlett
♦; •». w M K M oa aa ooa aoce
E v e r y th in g
In C a b in e t W
E s ta b lis h e d In ItOH
S A N D -G R A V E L
Bateman & Son
D IP L O M A T
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The housework in mony fomilies,
still using old fashioned cooking
methods, is a continual wor
against soot, smoke, ashes ond
grime in an overheated, un
heal thful kitchen. The D IPLO
M A T Iso colled because it solves
your cooking problems with quiet,
efficient dignity) is a marvel of
Equipped with attractive opol
glass platform light, supported on
two bright chrome mountings . . .
I Corox Economizer ond 3 stand
ard surfoce units, the world's cleonest
cooking units, supplying greater speed thon ever
lorqe, outomotic, super oven with 2 speed heoters, scientific
heat evener delivering perfectly bolonced heat, 2 shelves and broiler
pan, 3 storage compartm®*'*' outomotic opplionce receptocle
gleaming vitreous enamel finish trimmed in red and black
genuine W EST-
iN G HOUSE, Kitchen Proved quality. S5 down ond $3.97 monthly installed in
■y .r home
ON DISPLAY A T C
A N D TH E F O L L O W I N G DEALERS
I t ’s Not What You Earn
It’s What You Save
1 3 S 4 - Y o r
1 0 2 I-R
1232 V Riverside
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Eads Transfer &
L o n g dial a n c e b a a lla g
fu e l a ll
E V E R Y r t'n C H A H K
AT H IFKW AV
R A ISE YOUR LIVING
» T A N D A HI). U t W E R
YOUR OOHT O F LIVING
TH E H APEWAY
WE HAUL ANYTHING
P E R L ’ S
There 1« really not a finer gift to a student than an
l uderwiMsi portable Typewriter, Convenient terms
*8* available and a Portable for every purse.
Now on display. Thousands
to select from.
Look your Best
honor cup, was presented to Ernest
Pinkham, a member of this year's
Those eligible for the honor cup
were Ernest Pinkham, Evelyn Stan
ley, Norma Jean Wert*, Arlene
Scott, l^-tha Hesselgrave. Mary Lou
Oerber, and Rarbara Fleischer. Eli
gibility Is determined by scholastic
records for the four years of high
school, three of which must be
spent In Central Point. The re
quirements are very high.
Gerald W. Landis comes from In
diana, a state that has a one per
cent gross income tax. Therefore in
championing the Townsend Plan he
know» whereof he speaks “ The old
age pension” , he said, “ Is here to
stay.” Under our present system
there are too many employers or
worker« on the payroll trying to
tak„ care of the “ relief". He says,
“ Let us do away with the thousands
of useless workers and the hundreds
of thuosands of dollars we are
spending for useless help and give
that money to the old folk* Instead." I
“ Everyone In America Is entitled to
life, liberty and the pursuit of hap
piness". “ How can our people have
Full line of Genuine
happiness when we have 11,000,000
MEDFORD MAYTAG CO.
unemployel and one third of our na
31 N. Ilartlett
tion Is undernourished .111 clad and
Points are scored as follows:
student activities— a possible 50
points; faculty vote— a possible JO
points; and student vote— a pos
sible 30 points.
The bonor cup has been present
ed annually for tbe past seventeen
years. It was first presented to the
school by E. H. Hedrick, who was
principal 0f Central Point High
Too Many Clerks
Honor Cup Awarded
And Case Workers
To Ernest Pinkham
The school’s highest award, the
YOU HAVE ON
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ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
Editor and Proprietor
MOKE MILLIONS KOK WHAT?
President Roosevelt ha» aaked
Cong re»* to appropriate marly two
biliiuu dollar* more for tbe M PA.
'1 be requeat come* at a time when
tbe WPA la being investigated by a
apecial committee of tbe House of
Also, tbe request was almost
simultaneous with several startling
revelations before the investigating
committee. One was that the WPA
had spent approilmately twice a»
much to construct a building at the
New York World’s Pair as It would
have cost had it been constructed by
any other government department
o . by a private contractor.
Another revelation vat that tbe
WPA had spent a considerable sum
to publish a voluminous book of
nude photograph». And for what
purpose? The only explanation o f
fered was that It was for use of
And, more important, was the
discovery that a Communist organ
isation had been directing the
activities of many thousand WPA
workers and had been an influence
In determining the amount of money
needed for WPA programs.
It seems only reasonable now for
the public to ask Congress to think
twice, and certainly to wait until
all facts have been uncovered by the
granting tbl* latest request for ad
ditional WPA millions.
Congress should know for Just
wbat it la appropriating the money
of the taxpayers.
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Marine Corps Asks
A M E R IC A N
I HUHteDAY, MAT 25, 103»
P h one S IS
9H R. F ir . M e si
YREKA, C A L IF O R N IA
Burbonk Electric Store
Yreko Rodio & Electric Shop
Electric Supply Co
Cooley Cr Pol lord
Scrommell’s Electric Shop
Yreka Applionce Store
M T . S H A S TA . C A L IF O R N IA
Schuler's Deportment Store
M t. Shasta Hordwore Co
Neuffer Electric Shop
Trowbridge Cr Fl^evt Electric Co
Leonard Electric Company
Flynn Electric Service
Feldmon Electric Store
)ohn Cupp Furniture Co
D UNSM UIR . C A L IF O R N IA
Shasta Electric (r Plumbing Co
Siskivou Appliance Co.
K L A M A T H FALLS, OREGON
G. C Motley
Eastside Electric Co
Uhlig's Electric Store
Roberts & Peak Hardware Co
Tulelake Electric Co.
Tuleloke, Coli formo
ROSERO RG, OREGON
Rodo Muso Shop
Form Bureau Co-operativ* Lx
|osse Furniture Co