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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, Nov. 17, 1938
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Established March SO, 1S83;
THE HEPPNER TIMES,
Established November 18. 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15. 1912
Published every Thursday morning by
CRAWFORD PUBXiXSKXira COMPACT
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner. Oregon, as second-class matter.
JASPER V. CRAWFORD, Editor
SPENCER CRAWFORD, Manager
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Official Paper for Morrow Comnty
Let Germany Beware
17HEN Hitler's propaganda agent,
Goebbels, told the American
press to stop criticizing Germany's
persecution of the jews or retalia
tory measures would be taften
against those unfortunates, he called
for surcease in diplomatic relations
by every nation that recognizes a
God in the heavens. Whether Presi
dent Roosevelt's recalling Ambassa
dor Wilson is taken to mean that Un
cle Sam will no longer carry on dip
lomatic relations, it is certain that
the people of this nation would
readily uphold his hand in doing so.
That the president spoke in no un
certain terms against Germany's ap
parent reversion to the dark ages is
One need not give any opinion
ated views of the Semitic race,
though in America the Jews have
been good citizens. Consideration,
only, need be given that no people
were placed upon this world by
choice; none were granted a special
right to dominate a particular part
of this old orb, and a government
which does not give all people un
der its control equal rights and priv
ileges compatible with the general
welfare is not entitled to recognition
as a competent government in this
enlightened age. Though expression
of opinion in America may cause
the Jews in Germany to suffer
more, and that is problematical in
the face of past experience, contin
uation of such ill-advised tactics
will surely mean the downfall of
the German nation. Greed, avarice
and hatred are materials uncommon
A Return to Sanity
CLEAR-HEADED thinking on the
part of American voters in the
election just past is an indication
that the people are awakening to
the futility of adding billions of
dollars to the public debt when cre
ating such a debt fails appreciably
to strengthen the business structure.
That failure of the tremendous gov
ernment spending is due to placing
money where it gives only tempor
ary relief is now being recognized.
Government, like private business,
can expect dividends only when the
capital is invested in productive en
terprises. Non-productive enterprises
must be paid for out of profits from
productive enterprises. When non
productive enterprises require more
than can be paid for from the
profits of productive enterprises,
then the productive enterprises bog
down. The course of government
spending in the future is clearly
marked. The money must be placed
so far as is consistent with humani
tarian prnciples into projects of a
wealth producing nature. Labor must
contribute a little more than its
wage value toward future income
possibilities, in each instance, if that
labor is to be a health-giving rath
er than a parasitic factor in deter
mining future economic stability.
These principles are fundamental,
and should be fully digested by ev
eryone who has bene fooled by the
idea that the federal government has
the power to provide anything and
everything. The millions of people
who have been finding subsistence
at the governmental front should
Men From Four Countries Have Been
Leaders in Fight Against Tuberculosis
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school will hold a rally service at
the Sunday school hour, 9:45, and
the consecration service will be at
the 11 o'clock worship hour.
Following the morning service a
potluck dinner will be served and
all friends and members of the
church and their families are invited
to bring their basket dinners and
join us. Tables will be laid in the
This is to be a day of real rejoic
ing for all of us, and a day of
thanksgiving to God for His boun
tiful gifts, and to all the friends and
members who have given so gener
ously of time and talents and money
to make possible this beautiful sanc
tuary. Friends who are unable to join us
in the 11 o'clock service because of
their own church services, are in
vited to come to the pot luck dinner.
R. C. YOUNG, Pastor.
The age-old battle against tuber
culosis Is half won, medical autHori
ties agree. Four men from four dif
ferent countries have made valuable
contributions toward eradicating
this disease Dr. Rene Laennec (top.
left), young French physician, in
vented the stethoscope in 1819. In
1882 great impetus was given to ef
forts to combat tuberculosis when
Dr Robert Koch (top right), a Ger
man, discovered that the disease
was caused by the tubercle bacillus.
In 1885. Dr. Edward L. Trudeau
(lowei left) opened the first perma
nent sanatorium at Saranac Lake,
N. Y. Christmas Seals as a means ot
raising money to conduct programs
in the diagnosis, prevention and
cure ot tuberculosis were first sold
in Denmark in 1904 by Einar Holboll
(lowei right), Copenhagen postal
clerk. The first Christmas Seal sold
in the United States was in 1907,
when 179 out ot every 100,000 people
were dying from tuberculosis. To
day, 55.7 out of every 100,000 living
die from this disease.
If all the people who are now carry
ing on the business of the country
were to lie down and go begging to
Washington, there, would soon be
nothing for anyone.
As a free citizen, enjoying the
benefits of a strong, benevolent gov
ernment, every' person is duty bound
to do his best toward providing for
himself. Only in cases where the in
dividual's best efforts fail to pro
vide the recognized necessities of
decent living is the government jus
tified in giving outright relief. The
person who is found capable of pro
viding enough more than his own
needs require, under applied rules
of fair play, and is thus able to share
with the less fortunate, should not
be unduly penalized. For if this type
of individual is throttled, the Wash
ington givers will be found empty-handed.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rugg of Rhea
creek celebrated their 25th wedding
anniversary jointly with the 20th
birthday anniversary of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Marcus Brown, last Thurs
day, all being in the city that day.
Mrs. Brown has been visiting at the
home of her parents from the Wil
lamette valley for three weeks and
expects to leave shortly to join her
husband though their exact location
had not been definitely decided. Mr.
and Mrs. Rugg are long-time resi
dents of the county and their many
friends extend felicitations upon the
passing of this important marital
yard mark. Mrs. Brown was former'
ly Miss Frances Rugg, who also has
the felicitations of a host of friends.
DANCE AT LEX
Lexington grange is sponsoring a
dance at their hall Saturday night,
announces Oral Scott, manager.
Mrs. E. R. Lundell of lone was a
visitor in the city for a short time
CHURCH OF CHRIST
ALVIN KLEINFELDT, Pastor
Bible School 9:45 a. m.
Morning Service 11 :00 a. m.
C. E. Society 6:80 p. m.
Evening Services 7 :30 p. m.
Choir Practice, Wednesday 730 p. m.
Midweek Service, Thursday 7:30 p. m.
The, pastor will bring a Thanks
giving message at the morning wor
Union evening meeting in this
"O give thanks unto Jehovah, call
upon His name;
Make known among the peoples His
Sing unto Him, sing praises unto
Talk ye of all His marvelous works.
Glory ye in His holy name;
Let the heart of them rejoice that
Seek ye Jehovah and His strength;
Seek His face for evermore.
Remember His marvelous works
that He hath done,
His wonders and the judgments of
is mouth." Psalm 105:1-5.
REV. R. C. YOUNG, Pastor
Sunday : Bible School 9 :45 A. M.
Worship Service 11:00 A. M.
Epworth League ..... 7 :00 P. M.
Evening Worship 7 :00 P. M.
Tuesday : Boys' Club 7 :00 P. M.
2nd Tuesday, Misisonary Meet
ing 2:30 P. M.
Wednesday: Choir Practice . 7:30 P. M.
1st Wednesday, Ladies Aid Businesa
and Social Meeting 2:30 P. M.
All other Wednesdays: Sewing Group
Thursday : Prayer Meeting 7 :80 P. M,
On Sunday morning the newly
decorated sanctuary of the Metho
dist church will be opened to the
people at a consecration service. The
interior has been completely redec
orated and new hard wood floors
have been laid.
All departments of the church
The Blundering Herd
Three-Act Farce Comedy
Presented by LEXINGTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BODY
Lexington School Auditorium
FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 1938
Curtain 8:15 P. M.
Admission 15c, 25c and 35c
THE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Pastor E. O. Greeley
Bible School 9:45 a. m.
Preaching '. 11 a. m.
Evagelistic Service 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday Evening Bible Study 7 :80, p. m.
Thursday Evening Preaching, 7 :30 p. . m.
Uptown Open-Air Service, Sat., 7 p. m.
I wish to take this means of thank
ing the voters of Morrow county for
the consideration they gave my can
didacy in the recent election. It will
be my endeavor to continue to ad
minister the office of assessor in the
best interests of the public.
THOMAS J. WELLS.
CALL FOR WARRANTS
Outstanding warrants of School
District No. 25, Morrow County,
Oregon, up to and including War
rant No. 88, will be paid on presen
tation to the district clerk. Interest
on said warrants not already called
will cease November 18, 1938.
MRS. CLAUD COATS, Clerk,
School District No. 25,
Glenn Hadley and John Jenkins
were in the city Tuesday on the re
turn to their homes at Boardman
from a wood cutting trip to the
"For 30 years I had constitpation, awful
gas bloating, headaches and back pains.
Adlerika helped right away. Now, I eat
sausage, bananas, pie, anything I want.
Never felt better." Mrs. Mabel Schott
Patterson & Son
give zest to our
Fall and Winter
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Adlerika 1.00 .89 .21
Cough Syrup .50 .29 .21
(For deep cough)
Calox Tooth Powder .... .50 .43 .07
Epsom Salts, 5 Lbs. .... .50 .29 .21
1 Lb. HORTON MINIATURE CHOCO
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While they last 29c
TO EASE COLDS MISERY
JUST RUB IT ON
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ask themselves the question: What
if everyone else did the same thing?