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2 The Newi-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Thur. May 19, 1949
Trade Position Of Mcrshc!. Plan
Countries Improved, Truman Reports
WASHINGTON, May 17. -OP)
President Truman Monday
. forecast a "substantial improve
ment" in the foreign trade posi
tion of Europe's Marshall plan
The production and trade goals
set for the year ending this June
30 are virtually sure of being
realized, he said, with the result
that the Western European na
tions will be able to pay for about
half of their imports out of their
But he coupled with his report
of "Satisfactory progress" a
warning that these nations must
achieve "extensive" economic ex
pansion and reform If thpy are
to become Independent of Ameri
can aid by the end of 1952 when
Marshall plan dollars are due to
His sum-up was in a report to
Congress on the work of the Eco
nomic Cooperation Admlnlstra
tion during the last quarter of
1948. Mr. Truman also said that
Communist advances' in China
have had a "disastrous" effect on
the economic and political posi
tion of Nationalist China and
had, thereby limited ECA's ac
tivities. In Europe, Mr. Truman said,
the countries receiving American
aid under the Marshall plan had
substantially completed the "first
phase" of their Joint effort to
get back on their own economic
feet. They reached, in general,
the production, levels they had
before the war. But, the presi
dent emphasized, that is not
enough; they must far exceed
their prewar production in order
to pay their own way.
RRinriEPflHT nnnn Mav 1R.
pTh fienernl Electric Co-
announced reductions of $9.25 to
$19.25 in the price ot Its "House
holder" line of refrigerators
Ncv prices will range from
$189.75 to S449.75.
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Fortune Won By Blurting
Out 'Cash On Delivery'
GLENDALE, Calif.. May 18.-
UP) For just blurting out "cash
on delivery," a Glendale house
wife won $26,000 worth of radio
Mrs. Marie Spangler, 25, won
tne jacKpot last nignt on a na
tional radio show (Hit the Jack
pot) by correctly identifying
"I must have changed my mind
a dozen times about what the
winning secret saying would be."
she said. "But when the master
of ceremonies called from New
York, I Just blurted it out."
Prizes include an automobile,
a flying vacation to Lima, Peru,
a $2,000 wardrobe, $1,000 worth
of hats and even a gold-plated
That last Item will come In
handy. Mrs. Spangler, her hus
band and baby boy live in an
Nevada Coach Takes Job
At Oregon University
.EUGENE, Ore., May 18. Ml"
boo Mcciure, lormer tackle
and student coach at University
oi ievana unner Jim AiKen, nas
neen ouiciaiiy appointed line
coach for football at the Univer
sity of Oregon.
McCIure was signed to assist
Aiken with spring football, but
because ot ms outstanding work
with Oregon linemen, was offer
ed the position left vacant when
Dick Miller went to the Univer
sity of North Dakota as head
Aiken is still seeking a replace
ment for Frank Zazula as back
field coach. Zazula joined Miller
at North Dakota at the end of
the winter term at Oregon.
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Vern Hoi gate Recovering
From Injuries In Blast;
Other Events Reported
By MRS. BRITTAIN SLACK
Vern Holgate was seriouslv In
jured by a blast last Friday after
noon, wnne in me woods east oi
town. He had gone with the driv
er of one of his logging trucks
and was standing by while it was
loaded. The blast was set off 600
. rock or snag struck Holgate
in the head, causing a seven-inch
cut in the scalp and injuring two
vertebrae in the neck. Holgate
was removed to Sacred Heart
Hospital In Eugene, where he is
under the care of a doctor and
three special nurses.
Reports from Eugene Indicate
that Holgate is holding hie own
and if everything goes all right
the neck will be placed in a cast
at tne end oi tne wee.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barker,
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hensley, Mis.
l-'.elen bqmer, and Mr. and Mrs.
Hrittain black called at the bac-
red Heart Hospital Sunday to
Air' Foree Man Graduates
Tom Chen wet h, who has been
attending school at Fort Fauces
E. Warren In Wyoming, graduat
ed from the class of instruction
in aviation and arrived home this
week to spend a 25 day furlough
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visiting with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. wenry tjnenowetn. rie men
will report to Hamilton Field in
Calif., and will go from there to
Marion Heaton. who was oner
ated on for a knee injury at a
Eugene hospital, was able to be
brought home bunday and is re
oorted as getting along very nice
Walter Slack of San Francisco,
Calif.. sDent the weekend in Su-
therlin visiting with his mother.
Mrs. Ida blacK, and nis Dromers,
Albert and Brittain.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Riemen-
Schneider left last week for
Yakima and Castle Rock. Wash
where they plan to spend the
balance of the month visiting
with relatives and friends.
Louis Evmann of Sacramento,
Calif., representing Consolidated
Products Co., was a business
caller in this city last Tuesday,
Mrs. Ada Abeene shopped and
transacted business in Koseburg
Mrs. Vern Holgate Is 1n Eu
gene this week with her husband,
who is confined to Sacret Heart
Hospital with a fractured skull.
Mra. Harry Barker and Mrs.
Richard Riggs are looking after
the Holgates' store while she is
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Rogers
were business visitors In Rose
Paul A. Williamson of Port
land, representing the Gold Seal
Manufacturing Cq. of Dallas,
Texas, was in Sutherlin Wednes
day making business calls.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Goff of
Grants Pass were in Sutherlin
and Oakland Thursday and spent
the night with Mrs. Goff's moth
er, Mrs. Mary Selleck, who lives
west ot (JaKland.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanson
and daughter, Marian, enjoyed a
motor trip to the coast last Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Slack and
their sons, Marvin and Michael,
and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Matson
enjoyed a motor trip last Sun
day to tne coast ana nortn to
ai ueorge oi rortiana, repre
senting the Portland Seed Co.,
made several business calls in
M. P. Patterson, who has just
recovered from double pneu
monia, will leave . ome time this
week for Los Angeles, Calif., to
visit with his mother.
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