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12 Th Nawi-Review, Roieburg, Ore. Sat., May 21, 1949
Clyde Beatty Circus Dates Roseburg
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Timber Days Celebration At
Sutherlin Expected To Draw
Several Thousand Visitors
Douglas County Timber Days
celebration plans have been com
pleted and Sutherlin Post 121,
The new legion memorial hall
will be ready to dedicate for the
celebration, according to Leonard j
uewaara, coniracior ana secona
American Legion, sponsors of the I vjcp corn'mandpr of the post. He
ik cveni, report inai an commit- is also dance chairman
tees are "on the ball and doing a
Kred Richardson, heading the
Timber Days queen contest, re-
Thirly one committee chair-1 ports several high schools have
men, hearted by K. J. Baldwin, entered the contest, which will be
general chairman, are planning
tne anair. ine main event win
be the logging contest, headed
by Dick Gilman, who has invited
all mills and camps tn the Coun
ty and elsewhere to enter the con
test. H. Deward, prize chairman, re
ports there will be big prizes for
all events. Many marching or
ganizations, riding clubs, floats,
etc., have signed with Don Green,
parade chairman, for the grand
parade on Monday, July 4.
held at the Roseburg High School
June 10, tieing in with Sally
Hilt's Variety Show.
Many people from all over the
state have signified their inten
tion of spending the holidays at
Sutherlin. Local sponsors are pre
dicting from 8,000 to 10,000 people
this year will witness the big log
ging contest and other events.
The community is attempting
in Its program to symbolize Doug
las County's reputation as the
timber capital of the nation.
The Greatest Wild Animal Trainer In World History
If ever you have wondered how through their paces In the great
a man has the nerve to step Into
a cage completely filled with 40
of the most treacherous and fe
rocious man-eating beasts that
breathe your chance to see Just
that, Is coming.
For Clyde Beatty, the greatest
and most frarless wild animal
trainer ever known, will be the
top-flight attraction with the
huge Clyde Beatty Circus, coming
to Roseburg Saturday, June 4,
for afternoon and night perform
ances at the Circus grounds west
on the Garden Valley Road, and,
hl display, conceded the most
breath-taking and daring feat
ever oMered circus fans, will be
enacted before your eyes.
Armnd only with a whip and a
common folding-chair as a pro
tection atgalnst the snarling crea
tures, he will put the entire group
circular arena at each perform
ance. lie will demonstrate his
uncanny power over the "blood
thirsty beasts" as he fearlessly
dissuades them into submission
and make them perform at his
The renowned Beatty will he
but one from among nearly 1110
new and exciting acts, displays
and novelty numbers to be seen
with the world's newest major
circus. Never betore has any cir
cus offered such an appealing
array of Spangleland leatures.
Innumherahle educated horses
and wild animal displays includ
ing that of Harriet Beatty, the
sensational lady wild animal
trainer, who presents a giant ele
phant and a ferocious tiger, two
of the Jungle's deadliest enemies;
thrilling aerialisls and almost
countless ring and track num
bers, Including a whole herd of
performing elephants and spec
taculiir hlgh-ln-the-air thrillers
all of litem now to circus patrons,
are in store for youngsters of all
The performances starling at
2M and 8 n. m. each dav. mien
with a gorgeously produced pro
cessional pageant. "The Circus
On Parade" In which great
masses of people and hordes of
animals take part.
Ust Our Convenient
to Pay for All
Repairs to Your
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U. S. Weather Bureau Office
Considerable cloudineei with a
few scattered showers today;
Sunday partly cloudy to clear.
Highest temp, for any May.. 102
Lowest temp, for any May..
Mlgnest temp, yesterday
I Lowest temp, last 24 hr....
! Precipitation last 24 hrs 04
Precipitation since May 1 1.43
) Precipitation since Sept. 1... 26.24
Excess since May 1 Ot
Arrives On Bay
Reedsport High seniors spent
last weekend at McCredie Hot
Springs on the Willamette River
on their annual "sneak dav.
which this year became two
"sneak" days. They were accom
panied by Jack Klug, school su
perintendent and senior class ad
visor. An enjoyable time was re
The arrival of Capt. E. J. Elia
son and his trolling boal, El
Capilan, on Ihe Umpqua River
from his home port at Newport
has brought encouragement to
members of the local trolling
fleet and fishermen from the
north who are here for the
For the past few years, fairly
heavy runs of fish have made
their appearance following his
arrival. The fishermen hope "his
tory will repeat itself" again
I his season.
Attend Grand Lodge
Local Rehekah and Odd Fellow
lodge members attended the an
nual Grand Lodge meeting in
North Bend this week. Gardiner
Lodge 132, I.O.O.F., of Gardiner,
serving both that town and Reeds
port, conferred the first degree
before Grand Lodge delegates.
Earl Murphey of Reedsport, past
grand of Gardiner Lodge, was
Girls League Tea
Reedsport High Girls League
members held a lea in the school
auditorium Wednesday afternoon
honoring their mothers, and
members of Ihe Incoming high
school class were guesls. A style
show was given by the home
economics class students, and a
program of musical numbers, In
cluding band music, provided the
Parent Teachers Meet
Reedsport P.-T. A. met Friday,
May 20 at 3 p.m. at the High
School gymnasium, and the an
nual 4-H Club program was held
at that time with each 4-H Club
in Reedsport participating. In
stallation of officers for the en
suing year was also held.
Rainbow Girls Elect
Gardiner Assembly, Order of
Rainbow for Girls, of Gardiner
elected the following new offi
cers at the last regular meeling,
May 12, at the Masonic Hall in
Gardiner: worthy advisor, Flor
ence lionkard; worthy associate
advisor, Mary Vian; charily, Don
na Howman: hope. Lois Ann
Attends to Busineoi John
Diehl of Reedsport spent Wed
nesday in Roseburg on business.
Goes to Coos Bay W. J. Se
ward of Medford left yesterday
for Coos Bay on business, fol
lowing several days in this city.
Visiting Niece Dr. F. H. Vin
cil, who formerly practiced in
Roseburg, is here from Portland,
visiting his niece Mrs. Clarice
Memorial Service Canceled
The Navy Mothers Club memo
rial service scheduled for Mon
day night, May 23, has been can
celed because of illness of sev
Returns Home Mrs. Carl F
Johnson has returned to her home
in Elgarose, following a visit in
Monmoulh wilh her daughter.
Miss Henrietta, student at Oreenn
College of Education.
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Roseburg Feed and Seed Co.
Corner Oak and Railroad
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QUALITY FEED AND SEED STORE
All merchandise will Lie moved to their
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The Roseburg Feed ond Seed Co. will be open for busi
ness Monday, May 23, with a complete line of H. B.
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Track Records Fall
In Coliseum Relays
LOS ANGELES, May 21. t.T
Speed anil muscle mixed with
l e c o r d- making performances,
marked the ninth annual Coll
Pell -Mel' Pattern and his Trojan
teammates from the University
of Southern California provided
Mighty Fortune Gnrdien, with
a throw surpassing the American
discus record, furnished Ihe mus
cle. The Trojan SSO-yard sprint re
lay for the second lime in seven
days bettered the world record.
They spun off the distance in 1
minute. 21 seconds, with Patton,
the world's fastest-human, clock
ed In 20 seconds from a running
start for his 220-yard anchor ex
plosion. Last Saturday at Fresno the
foursome of George Pasuuali.
Ronnie Fraler, Norm Stocks
and Patton did the SS0 in one 1
minute 2-1.4 seconds. The world '
record is l.'J.i seconds, set bv i
Stanford In IH.'i". "
Gorilien. third In the Olympic j
games last summer and former
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pion. hurled the platter ISO feet.
S Inches. This heal the American
; record of ISO feet 21 inches set
I hv another Minnesota slar. Hob
Filch, in l!4li.
j Gnrdien hoves to break the .
Visits at Brown Home Miss
Jenice Anderson has returned to
her home in Roseburg, following
a few days in Elgarose visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and
C WHEMIDO V NOW T LOOKS LIKE -C- J4 I
TRY "TO DO A H WE LIVE OUT OF J- pfeSri
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New Business Building
Rising At Reedsport
Construction has been started
by Nelson Hogan, pioneer Reeds
port business man, on his new
business building on Fir Avenue,
across the street from the Reeds
port post office and adjacent to
the Schneider building.
The new structure will have
only one story and will be built
of pumice stone blocks with a ce
ment floor. It will be 50 feet wide
and SO feet long, and have room
for two. business locations. One
will be occupied by the State Liq.
uor store, according to .Ar. Ho
gan, with no occupancy an
nounced for the other room.
The construction firm of An
derson & Morris will assist in put
ting up the building, but Mr. Ho
gan plans on doing much of the
Forms are being put in now for
the foundation, and U Is hoped
to have this work done by the
time the Umpqua River Naviga
tion Company has its new redi
mix concrete plant in operation,
so that the foundation and floors
can be poured.
Mr. Hogan was owner and man
ager of the Reedsport Garage un
til he sold that business a few
WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY
OUT OUR WAY
By J. R. Williams
Visit at Myrtle Point Mr. and
Mrs. William Casper have re
turned to their home in Roseburg,
following a visit in Myrtle Point
with their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cas
per, and family.
Back From Meeting Mrs. R. I
Liawiord has returned to her
home on South Main Street, fol
lowing a trip to Portland to at
tend the three-day annual meet
ing of Ihe Oregon Baptist Wom
Riddle Will Have
Bids are to be Invited eariy
next week for construction of the
first wing of a new elementary
school at Riddle. Robert A. Mil
ler of Portland is the architect.
The building will be unique in
construction and planning. All
classrooms will have north light
with window walls on the north
side with a large overhanging
roof. Ceilings will be sloped in
from the outside. Construction
will be semi-firenroof with pum
ice block and brick walls and
partitions, concrete slab
accoustical ceilings and
roof framing. The primary wing
will have complete facilities in
each classroom, toilet for boys,
toilet for girls, wardrobes, drink
ing fountain, etc.
cago June 22.
The two world title scraps will
send Middleweight Champion
Marcel Cerdan of France against
Jake La Motta at Detroit June
15, and Welterweight King Ray
Robinson against Kid Gavilon of
Cuba in the Polo Grounds, either
June 17 or 21. Only a few de
tails have to be cleared for those
floors, j Seattle
New York ..
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Go To Portland Mrs. J. O.
Elfert of Glide and her sister,
Mrs. Caro Miller ( formerly Lil
lian Moore of this city), of Berke
ley, Calif., left Wednesday for
Portland to spend a few days on
business and visiting.
Visiting Here Mrs. Dan
Ohlerking of Pendleton arrived
in Roseburg Friday to visit her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Millard Monroe, in Nebo
Vista Addition, and with her niece
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
ENTERS GUILTY PLEA
Thora Poole. 27. Canvonville.
charged with lewd coliahitation,
rrway went netore Judge Carl
E. Wimberly on District Attorney
Robert G. Davis' information.
She pleaded guilty to the charge,
was fined $.")0 and released. She
was arrested Mav 3. alone with
Herman Maine- Cress, 25, Riddle.
He faces the same charge and is
now out on $250 bail.
which will also provide for cov
ered play area.
The primary wing will be iso
lated from the further inter
mediate wing by an open play
court accessible only from the
Tentative plans call for five
primary rooms and five secon
dary, auditorium, gymnasium, li
brary and office suite.
It is hoped to have the first
unit ready for use by October 1
this year with construction slated
on the next unit for the summer
Mrs. Dee Clark Is chairman of
3 Boxing Championship
Bouts Slated For June
NEW YORK, May 21. P)
Boxing's newest combine showed
the power of its muscles today
as it tentatively listed three
championship fights for June and
announced it had gained exclusive
use of the Yankee Stadium and
the Polo Grounds for fights.
Acting swiftly, the New York-Chicago-
Del roit axis virtually
tied up World middleweight and
welterweight title fights to go
with Its NBA heavyweight cham
pionship between Ezzard Charles
and Jersey Joe Walcott in Chi-
St. Louis ....
tBy The Associated Presn
BATTING Zernial, Chicago,
.383, DiMaggio, Boston. .374.
RUNS BATTED IN Williams,
Boslon, 32, Wertz, Detroit, 28.
HOME RUNS Stephens, Bos
ton, 9, Williams, Boston, 8.
PITCHING Wight, Chicago,
and Lopat, New York, 4-0, 1.000.
BAITING Kazak, St. Louis,
3G4, Schoendienst, St. Louis,
RUNS BATTED IN Mize,
43i I New York, Campanella, Brook
unMC oti-(; vt:-... Mn. v..i-
9, Gordon, New York, Campanel
la, Brooklyn, Klner, Pittsburgh,
PITCHING Branca, Brooklyn,
6-0 1.000; Heintzelman, Philadel
phia, 4-1 .800.
St. Lout si
FIGHTS LAST NIGHT
iBy The Associated Prcssl
NEW YORK Robert Villemain. irRSi,
France, outpointed Pete Mead, 157 Va.
Grand Rapids, Mich. 10.
SAN DIEGO. Calif. Johnny Duke.
150, Chicago, outpointed Ray Diosea, HIO,
Los Angeles:. io.
ALBUQUERQUE Pat lacobucci, 124,
Clncinnntl, and Jessie Fonseca, 121", a.
El Pnsn. Tex . drew, 10
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