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WINS70M, viewed from the hill at the east, lies in a sweeping little valley at the intersection of the old Coos Bay Wagon
road with the .Pacific highway south of Roseburg. With a modern and sightly shopping district, it has enjoyed a tremendous
population 'growth', within the past few years.
Formerly known as Coos Junction, it was designated as a post office station in 1948 and its name officially changed to
The lower picture shows Jorgen's Lodge at the left, a super auto court composed of large single and double cabins. Ad
joining it to the right is the Myrtlewood Treasure House and Malt Shop, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Dotson. (Picture by
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COTTAGE COURT in Winston, pictured here, is owned by M r. and Mrs. Marshall Haughn. The Court consists o
and three hotel apartments in the large building at the right. The Haughns have lived here for three years, comin
Carlos; California. ( Picture bv Paul Jenkins) ;
of 1 1 cabins.
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Genii Ui'cius C3ay, Decorated For His
Services, Mow F Sans To Go Fishing
WASHINGTON, May ,18. UP).
Gen. Lucius D. Clay, retiring
American military commander
in Germany, returned home Tues
day and received from President
Truman a decoration for services
"of supreme value to his country
and to humanity." .
At a White House ceremony,
Mr. Truman awarded.' Clay a
second oak leaf cluster in lieu
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of a third distinguished service
The citation read by the presi
dent said that Clay, as U. S. mili
tary governor in Germany,
"added new and imperishable
luster to his record." 1
Clay, the citation went on,
"proved himself not onlv a
soldier in the finest tradition of
our American arms, but also "a
statesman of the highest order
firm, courageous, dedicated to the
cause of peace.
Secretary of Defense Louis
Johnson and top-ranking Army,
Navy and Air Force officers
greeted Clay at the airport.
Johnson told him:
"I am here for the president.
all the members of the armed
forces and, more importantly, for
an tne American people to thank
you for a job well done and wel
come you back for a well-earned
real. (iOd bless you and keeo
Clay told the secretary that he
was "overwhelmed by this recep
tion and I am grateful indeed
from the bottom of my heart."
The Army, Navy, Marines and
Air Force each had a company of
troops drawn up as an honor
guard.. A 17-gun salute was
On the other side of the capitol,
the senate had before it Presi
dent Truman's recommendation
that Clay wind up his 31-year
Army career with his temporary
rank of full general made perma
nent. The 52-year-old officer climax
ed his long Army service with
the successful Berlin airlift.
which brought the necessities of
life to the Russian-blockaded Ger
man Western Sectors of Berlin
solely by air for more than 12
He stepped down from his post
with the expressed wish to "go
back to Marietta, Ga., and go
foctive Monday, represents a
price reduction of about 15 per
cent below the rates of Nov. 15,
1948. On April 1, the Exide bat
teries were reduced about eight
The reduction was made, Exide
said, to "encouraee building up
and balancing out of distributor
and dealer inventories to meet
increased demand in the sum
BATTERY PRICES CUT
PHILADELPHIA. May 17.-W
Electric Storage Battery . Co.
(Exide) announced yesterday a
second price cut in six weeks on
its line of passenger ear batteries.
It said the new price level, cf-
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Los Angeles Drugstores Locked In
Price Cut War That Lures Thousands
LOS ANGELES, May 17. i.V)
The "battle of the drugstores"
still rages today and about the
only strategy left for the price
cutting foes is to start paying
people to come in the store.
The neighborhood corner of
Sepulveda and La Tijera Boule
vards in this city's Westchester
section looked more like Chi
cago's loop or New York's Times
square over the weekend.
There was no official estimate
of crowds but a spokesman for
one of the battlins drugstores
estimated 100,000 people visited
tne two stores over tne weeK
end. The war has been on for two
weeks ever since Whelan's, a
national chain, opened a store
across the street from Thrifty,
a California chain which had its
store established in the block for
At one tlmej prices-were cut
so low that a penny would buy
a hearty bacon and eggs break
fast, a quart of motor oil, 100 as
pirin tablets, or pie alamode at
Saturday night, both stores
started giving away merchandise
Packs of chewing gum, sample
sizes of hair oil, deodorants, van
ishing cream, magazines and oth
There is. no peace in sight.
Phelan's and Thrifty's both chant
"we will not be undersold." On
the sidelines cheering them on
lustily is the buying public.
Wed., May Id, 1949 The Newt-Review, Roieburg, Ore. 9
New Highway Plan Gets
No Commission Approval
pnnn.Aism vta is rn
The State Highway Commission
rejected a proposal lor construc
tion in the near future of a new
highway from Oregon City to
Eugene, via Silverton and Stay-ton.
A rlep0atlnn clmiinpHnn ' Iha
road, known as the Cascade Route
Highway, appeared before the
Commission, but heard chairman I
T. H. Banfield say, "we are not
putting any new highways on the
map until we complete those now
on the map."
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