The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, May 11, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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A New Effective Insulation at a Minimum Cost.
Use Rocklath with Aluminum Back for Plaster Base.
Sheetrock with Aluminum Back for Dry Construction.
When constructing your new home.
By this method you have a vapor barrier and a highly
efficient insulation. See the
COEN SUPPLY CO.
Floed A Mill SU.
Phone 121
OPENING
SOON!
THE RED BARN
Douglas County's Most
Unique Eating House,
on the
Beautiful North Umpqua ...
Glendale Market
To Open May 16
As 'The Food Bank'
The former "Cash and Carry
Market" in Glendale, temporarily
closed, has changed hands and
will re-open Monday, May 16, as a
complete store, market, and
locker service under the name,
"The Food Bank." New proprie
tors are Norma L. and Hays V.
Mouchett. The former proprietors
were Ralph Haggard, meat mar
ket and lockers, and Mrs. Hazel
Seywert, grocery section.
The new company has pur
chased the grocery stock of Mrs.
Seywert, who has taken a lease
i on the store at Fortune Branch,
i effective June 1, and will open
! there with a grocery line.
I Mr. Mouchett, a former resl
I dent of Glendale, was the original
i builder of the store and locker
plant, which is one of the most
modern in the state. Tht Mou
! chetts have been living in Rose-
burg since last summer but are
moving back hare this week.
Present locker patrons will re
tain use of their lockers, and new
rentals will be made only as old
rental contracts expire on lockers
not now rented.
A New Harmonica
One of the latest developments
in musical instruments is a har
monica that is played with the
fingers instead of the mouth.
Wave you trecf tieVWACM?'
JTried it? Say, me'n Acme
''Stt. going steady !" '" '
"How come? Thought you
had another favorite that you
always ordered."
"I did, till Tony 'n me got
arguin'. He bet me I'd pick
Acme if I didn't see the
labels."
"Didya?"
"Just like that! From now on
I'm paying no fancy freight
charges on beer. Me 'n Acme
are going steady. An' I'm
savin' money."
"Not bad for a blind date!".
"Brother, you can say that
again
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Douglas Distributing Co., Distributor
bythi case foi conven
ience and economy.
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A variety of voices floated out of the control room this morn
ing as we played-back the informal interviews which were taped at
the Roseburg Armory (for nuthin") during the Spring Festival. The
chit-chat went something like this: "Well, what's your name?"
"Uhhhhh . . . Gloria Slovnlk . . , heh-hehhehheh heh" (followed by
dismissal of frog from throat) . "Where do you live?" "Hee-hee--heh-heh-heh
. . . uhhhhh ... I dunno." What a shy lot . . . these
Roseburg people! But it was fun!
Tonight at 7:15, pupils of Mrs. Homer Grow will pre
sent a program of piano music which will Include "Prelude
In G Minor" to be performed by Carolyn Burr . . . and "Two
Themes and Finale" from Chopin's Scherzo by Bob Church,
Mutual Don Lee's "Newsreel" program plans several unusual
pick-ups for Berlin on the day the year-long blockade is lifted, to
morrow, May 12 (6:15-6:30 p. m.) These pick-ups are designed to
tell tersely the dramatic story of the international situation that
has created news headlines since early last year. Tomorrow night
at 8, a picture of an erring wife, which could be incriminating evi
dence in a divorce suit, is the motive for a double murder during
"The Affair of the Fatal Phonograph," the mystery which will be
heard on "The" Affairs of Peter Salem" broadcast.
Care to place any bets on the number of years Del Mo
Kay has been in existence? Yesterday was his birthday, y'
know . . . and all we could get out'of him was: "I aint get
tin any younger
KRNR
The Voice of The
Roseburg News-Review
MBS
1490
On Your Dial
REMAINING HOURS TODAY
4:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr.
4:15 Frank Hemingway.
4:30 Passing Parade.
4:45 Say It With Music.
5:00 Religious Request!.
5:15 Music.
5:30 Captain Midnight
5:45 Tom Mix.
6:00 Music.
6:15 Mutual Newsreel.
6:;t0 Sports Page.
6:35 Music,
8:40 Local Newi.
6:45 Three-Quarter Time.
6:55 Bill Henry.
7:00 Music.
7:15 Piano Recital.
7:30 Cisco Kid-
8:00 What's the Name of That Song?
8:.io Freddie Martin Show.
8:45 Bob Eberle Show.
9:00 News.
9:15 Hi Neighbor.
9:30 Music.
9:45 FuUon Lewis, Jr.
lO:00-Concert Master.
10:30 Gregory Hood.
11:00 Rhythm Rendezvous.
11:30 Sign Off.
THURSDAY. MAY 11, 1949
6:00 Sun rise Serenade.
6:15 News.
Funds Listed For
Northwest's
Army Functions
WASHINGTON, May 11 ()
The Senate Appropriations
Committee Tuesday approved a
$751,440,690 budget for Army
civil functions including $87,
605,800 for the Pacific Northwest
and Alaska.
Oregon Is listed for projects
totaling $70,521,500, including
$.10,000,000 for the McNary Dam
and locks on the Columbia River.
Washington is allotted $12,200,
000, Idaho $3,840,300 and Alaska
$1,044,000.
Included was a record $722,-690,-690
for flood control and
navigation projects of the Army
Engineers in the year beginning
Julv 1.
This Is $158,148,420 more than
the amount approved by the
House. The $751,440,690 com
pares with $648,575,666 appropri
ated for the current fiscal year
and a budget estimate for next
year of $772,458,220.
The only money change from
a Senate Appropriations Sub
committee's r e c o m mendations
was the deletion of $75,000 for
planning Jamestown flood con
trol reservoir on the James River
in North Dakota.
Tlie Committee also approved
an amendment, requested by
President Truman, holding up
construction funds for Isabella
and Pine Flat Reservoirs in Cali
fornia until cost allocations have
been made for irrigation features
of the projects'.
WEDNESDAY NITE
4
JAMBOREE
at the Shalimar Room .
Hear Roseburg' Finest Entertainment
Sensation
GORDON CLARK
Singing Your Favorite Songs
Direct from Hollywood, on ortist with such favorite) songs
oi MAMZELL, ENSENADA, ond TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
credited to his composing. You have heard these songs in
the movies ond now you can hear him sing them tonight.
Plan on visiting the Shalimar Room this evening.
"The Ultimate in Food ond Refreshment"
at the Smart New Air-Conditioned
SHALIMAR ROOM
122 J. Stephen
i ill,
" A
GORDON CLARK
Vocalist and Composer
6:20 Music.
6:30 Yawn Patrol.
7:00 News.
7:15 Breakfast Gantf.
7:45 Local News.
7:50 Beehive.
7:55 Music.
8:00 News.
8:05 Music.
8:15 Victor H. Llndlahr.
8:30 W ally's Coffee Tlmt.
8:45 Haven of Rest.
9:15 Modern Home.
9:30 Man About Town.
9:40 Music.
9:50 Shopper's Guide.
10:00 News.
10:15 Pastor'f Call.
10:30 Say It With Music
10:45 Easy Aces.
11:00 Ladies First.
11:30 Queen for a Day.
12(00 Music at Noon.
12:15 Sportt Page.
12:25 Music.
12:40 Local Newt.
12:45 National News.
12:55 Market Reports.
1:00 Man on the Street
1:15 Florist Show.
1:30 Music.
1:45 Eddie Howard.
2:00 Against the Storm.
2:30 Itrs Requested.
3:00 Johnson Family,
3:15 School Program.
3:30 WCTU Program.
3:45 Local Loan Show.
4:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr.
4:15 Frnnk Hemingway.
4:30 Passing Parade.
4:45 News.
5:00 Straight Arrow.
5:30 Captain Midnight
5:45 Tom Mix.
6:00 Gabriel Heatter.
6:15 Mutual NewsreeL
6:30 Sports Page.
6:35 Music.
6:40 Local News.
8 45 Three-Quarter Time.
6:55 Bill Henry.
7:00 Sportscast,
7:15 Music You Remember.
7:30 Music.
8:00 Affairs of Peter Salem.
8:30 Roseburg Chamber oi Commerce,
9:00 News.
9:15 Lanny Ross.
9:30 Shalimar Room.
9:45 Ku I ton Lewi, Jr,
10:00 Concert Master.
10:30 The Falcon.
11:00 Rhythm Rendezvous.
11:30 Sign Off.
Yoncalla Civic Club
Advocates Improvements
Regular meeting of the Yon
calla Civic Club was held Mon
day. It was advocated the city
levy a tax to buy fire fiehtinu
equipment; conduct a sewer -sur
vey, ana repair tne streets, tjold
weather during the past winter
made the streets very routih.
There were 42 ballots cast in a
straw vote, with 38 lor the tax
and four against it.
REEDSPORT
Scholastic
Leaders Named
At High School
The five scholasticallv outstanri.
Ing seniors of the 1949 class of
Reedsport High School are Shir
ley Bernhardt, valedictorian;
Marilyn Merz, salutatorian; Lucia
Warren, Edna Staveland and Pat
Pomerlo.
Professor Vernon Moore of the
Department of Education of the
University of Oreeon. will be the
guest speaker at the graduation
exercises to be held in the high
school auditorium at 8 p. m May
26.
Baccalaureate services will be
held at the Reedsport Community
Church Sunday evening, May 22.
The Rev. Graydon Loree of the
First Baptist Church of Reeds
port will give the invocation; Rev.
David Bauman of the Methodist
Church of G&rdlner will give the
scripture reading and the evening
prayer; Rev. George Mortensen
of the Community Church will
give the baccalaureate sermon,
and Rev. John Kenny of the As
sembly of God will give the benediction.
Wed., May 11, 1949 The Newi-R.view, RoMburf, Or 5
CHOKER SETTER KILLED
EUGENE. Ore., May 11.
A choker setter working for Guis
tina Bros, was killed Tuesday
when a log rolled down a steep
slope and pinned him against the
log on which he had just set a
line.
He was Eugene Kirkpatrick, 23,
working on Gate Creek, eight
miles above Vida on the McKen
zie River Highway.
Th News-Review classified i
bring best remits. Phone 100.
FLOORING,
SIDING and FINISH
PAGE LUMBER & FUEL
164 E, 2nd Ave. S. Phon245
Klamath Storm
Deals Damage
KLAMATH FALLS. Mav 11.
UB Reports Tuesday from South
ern sections of the Klamath Basin
told of a violent electrical and
hail storm that swent those areas
late Monday afternoon.
uamage was considerable to
business buildings, and crops in
the Tulelake area. Hail so dam
aged the roof of one building
that rain poured through.
Thunder and lightning was re
ported over a wide area and a
bolt of lightning struck a Cali
fornia Oregon Power Company
transmission line in the Bonanza
District, causing widespread pow
er outage.
Lakeview, Alturas, Bonanza,
Dairy, Tulelake, Merrill and Ma
lin were points affected by the
power interruption, and portions
of the Klamath Falls suburbs were
also without power for a short
time.
The storm waj short- lived and
of the midsummer variety, ob
servers said.
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to err chicks off
TO A QUICK START!
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