The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, May 12, 1949, Page 16, Image 16

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    2 Tha Newt-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Thur., Mqy 12, 1949f .--
Swcden Shunt Pact Ai
Precaution For Finland
PORTLAND, May 17.
Sweden's ambassador
Boheman, on a tour of the United
States, said here Tuesday his
country would stay out of the At
lantic pact because of fear it
would lead to a Russian move in
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Oregon Expects $92 Million From
Influx Of Tourists In Current Year
PORTLAND. The annual Influx of summer tourists will pour
about $92,000,000 Into Oregon cash registers this year, a survey of
the latest seasonal trends by the International Geneva Association,
world-wide hotel employes organization, discloses.
The $92,000,000 forecast would
place the 1949 tourist-trade dol
lar volume at about the same lev
el as a year ago, V. A. McNeil,
manager of the Portland Cham
ber of Commerce tourist center,
said. In 1947, vacationists spent
$107,000,000 in the state.
Hotel and food prices are large
ly unchanged this year, Frank A.
Ludwlg said.
Hotels may lower rates if ac
commodations are not entirely fil
ed, McNeil predicted. This year
tourists will tend to spend more
carefully, he said, but at the same
time Oregon business is certain
be cushioned by the state's 50 per
cent increase in population since
1940 and the large number of
friends and relatives of Oregon
ians who will be visiting here.
R. S. Kidder, tourist manager
for the Oregon State Motor as
sociation, estimates 10 to 15 per
cent more tourists will travel in
the Beaver State in 1949 but that
each tourist will spend less on
his vacation trip. Transportation
costs in the state will be the
same as last year, except for a
one-cent-per-gallon increase In
gasoline taxes and reduced fares
for "coach service" on Airlines
planes.
The News-Review classified ads
bring best results. Phone 100.
POLIO CASES UPPED
PORTLAND, May 12 CP)
Three new cases of infantile
paralysis last week brought Ore
gon's total for the year to 27, the
State Board of Health Reported.
That is 10 more than during the
corresponding period of 1948, and
22 more than the six-year average.
SLABWOOD
in 12-1 6 and 24 In. lengths
1 OLD GROWTH FIR
DOUBLE LOADS
WESTERN BATTERY
SEPARATOR
Phont 658
TO ENJOY YOUR COFFEE MORE, BE
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CHILDREN PERFORM Mrs. Margaret Rapp'f first and second grade children at Deer Creek
School, upper picture, will present an operetta, consisting of dances, playlets and songs at the
Dixonville Community Hall Saturday at 8 p. m. The public is invited and there will be no charge.
The lower picture shows three of the participants ia costume. They are Sandra Siems, Carolyn
Hatfield and Linda McCormack. (Picture by Paul Jenkins)
Finland.
He told Interviewers that Swe
den was "very sympathetic to the
pact and Its alms." He added that
our contribution to the defense
of democracy lies in our determi
nation to resist any aggression or
encroachment on our freedom."
301 N.
Jackson
Phone 1103-J
FLOORING,
SIDING and FINISH
PAGE LUMBER & FUEL
164 E. 2nd Ave. S. Phone 242
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THE BARGAIN HOUSE
444 N. Jocksen at the Corner of Court & Jackson
Announcing tht opening of "The Bargain House"
Roseburg's Newest Use) Furniture Home
OPENING SPECIALS
4 0nly Box Spring Mattress Sets 19.95 set
8 New Unpointed Chairs 4.95 each
2 0nly New 4-Drawer Unpointed Chests 16.95 ea.
' 0n,y Baby Carriage, collapsible 15.00
3 0nly Matching Davenport-Chair Sets 39.95 set
2 0n,y Bed Davenos 45.00 ea.
D-H Protective
Assn. Lodge To
Be Formed Here
The Degree or Honor Protec
tive Association will organize a
new lodge in Roseburg May 13.
The meeting will convene at 8
p.m. in the K. of f. Hall on Rose
Street, and visitors will attend
frnm Pnrtiflnd. Hi-ants Pnss. MpH.
ford, Cottage Grove, Ashland and ! iless ot foruana will De installing
Eugene. musician.
State Director Mrs. Ethel I.lnd-1 Friends of members are Invited
holm of Portland will be In at- to attend and all non-resident
tendance, along with State Organ- members of the Degree of Honor
lzer Mrs. Alpha Newman of ire urged to be present.
Grants Pass and State Secretary Mrs. Alice Taylor will take
Mrs. Ida Wilson of Medford. ; over the duties as president and
Many new members will be in- i firs. Alhena Tison will be In
itiated, with Grants Pass putting I stalled as financial secretary.
on the ceremony, Mrs. Mary
Drake presiding. Medford will of
ficially open the meeting and
welcome all state officers and
visitors, with Mrs. Lulu Larson
presiding. Mrs. Helen Praytor of
Portland will preside in the pre
sentation and retirement of
colors.
The officers of the new lodge
will be installed by Mrs. Lind
holm with Mrs. Newman, and
Mrs. Wilson assisting. Mrs. Minta
WHEN YOU BUY
Vacuum packing insures the freshness of coffee until the vacuum seal Is opened, After that,
air causes the coffee to b.oin losing freshness. Therefore, coffee should be purchased In
o size of container that will be used within a week. About 40 cups of coffee beverage, rich
in flavor end aroma, as well as strength, can be obtained from a pound of coffee ...to
If tiily two or three cops ire mad. doily In ysr heme, It's
WISB to buy the kalf-p,mJ SUM ef Hills Ires. Coffee.
If yee overage soeet six Not ef coffee daft b yser kerne, iff
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H larger amevnts are node daily In your homo, er yoe eetortata
often ond use e great deal ef coffee, It's ECONOMY-WISI
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PRE! I 26-pog. looU.t, "THI ART Of COFFK-MAKINo."
HILIS BROS. COFFEE, INC., Son Franclic. 1, CoWornlo.
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We Buy and Sell Anything of Value
New and Used
Hcuseho.j Furniture
Electrical Appliances
Tools Unfinished Furniture)
Guns Radios
Linoleum
Cameras
WHAT HAVE YOU
Top Cash Prices Paid for Your Unwanted Items
THE BARGAIN HOUSE
444 N. Jackson Street
"Come in and try a BARGAIN HOUSE Buy"
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mistakably Buick the room expressed
in its broad beam the level-going smooth
ness shown in its sizable length.
Now slip in. Settle back. Take in the
spread-out room everywhere even to extra
room overhead from super-soft seats that
cradle you deeper.
Then notice tills t You can really seel
See more of everything easier through its
higher and wider windshield set in narrower
corner posts through its deep side win
dows, and its one-piece rear window that
makes parking and backing up so much
simpler.
Your whole outlook is broadened and driv
ing becomes safer and more fun because
high visibility here goes along with comfort
Dynaflow Drive lively Fireball power, coil
springs all round, and big soft tires, and
extra-wide rims for comfort with safety.
And all at prices that make this beauty the
buy of the year I
See for yourself at the nearest Buick deal
er's, where you will find your dollars buying
so much you'll get your order in fast.
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Rose & Woshinejton
Phone 141
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