The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, May 26, 1949, Page 11, Image 11

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    Thur., May 26, 1949 The Newi-Review, Roieburg, Or. H
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Boy Fatally Injured In
Last Day School Rush
HENDKRSON, Tex., May 23
(.T It was the last day of
classroom work and G. W.
Stokes, 16, was in a hurry to get
out of Henderson High School.
That was Tuesday. On Wednes
day the youth died of Injuries
suffered when he collided with
another student as he rushed out
the school entrance.
The other student, Thurman
Warren, was in serious condition
with a concussion. Warren (age
unavailable) was running to en
ter the school.
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WATER RESERVOIR COMPLETED A new, 100,000-gallon water reservoir was recently completed at Canyonville. Octagonal
in shape, it was i.ignec: - Ja;.s K. Usuoherty, Roseburg engineer, as the first of two such reservoirs. Top picture shows the
completed reservoir at right, and old 50,000-gallon wood stave reservoir which will be used until the second new tank is con
srrucveo. r;o ; on; val.' o, i. - nsv ra-srvoir are eight-inch thick concrete, heavily reinforced. They were poured monolithic
by using special plywood panel forms suspended from a trussed framework. Eighty cubic yards of concrete were used and 13,.
000 lineal reef or 98-inc.i reinforcing steei. ihe concrete tank was designed originally for a steel-framed aluminum roof. The
work was done by force account under supervision of Merle Ful ler, foreman, when no bids were received by' the city. Lower
pictures show construction scenes. (Upper picture by Paul Jen kins, lower pictures by James R. Daugherty.l
E S
List Of Noxious Weeds
Increased By Court
A recent order of the Douglas
County Court adds to the list of
so-called noxious weeds and
plants gorse, tansy and ragwort.
An original order Issued March
9, 1939, declared Douglas County
a weed control district, and de
clared as obnoxious at that time
white top, Russian knapweed,
Canadian thistle and wild morn
ning glory.
cows, 17.50-19.00; cutter-common.
15.00-17.00; canners, 12.50-14.50;
good sausage bulls, 22.00-23.00;
medium, 18.50-21.50; bulk good
choice vealers. 26.00-28.00; medi
um. 23.00-25.00; common, 14.00
22.00. Hogs: Butchers 25 cents higher;
sows steadv to weak; bulk good
choice 190-225 lb. butchers, 22.00
25.00; weights 250-270 lbs., 20.00
21.00; good-choice sows, 16.00
17.00. Sheep: Spring lamhs fully
steady; ewes scarce; small lots
choice 80 lb. spring lambs, 29.00
bulk good - choice, 27.50-28.50
medium-good, 26.00-27.00; com
mon down to 24.00; good cllppe
lambs, 22.00-23.00; medium, 18.50
20.00; odd head good yearlings
20.00; medium-good clipped ewes,
salable 7.00-9.00.
MARKETS
PRODUCE
61-64c lb.; first quality, 59-62c lb.;
second quality, 57-b'0c. Valley
routes and country nolnts 2c less
than first.
Butter Wholesale f.o.b. bulk
PORTLAND, May 23. - UP) I cubes to wholesalers: Grade AA,
Butterfat donative subject to 1 93 score, 61-62c lb.: A, 92 score,
immediate, change): Premium 60-61 ic lb.; B, 90 score, 58c lb.; C,
quality maximum to .35 to 1 per-1 89 score, 57c lb. Above prices are
cent acidi'y delivered in Portland, strictly nominal.
FRESHER . . .
Cheese (Selling price to Port
land wholesalers K Oregon sin
gles, 38J-48Jc; Oregon 51b. loaf,
4H-50ic.
Egg: (To wholesalers): A
grade large, 53-53c; A grade,
medium, 51-51ic; B grade, large,
47J-50SC.
Live Chickens (No. 1 qual
ity f.o.b. plants): Broilers, un
der 21 lbs., 27-29c; fivers, 2.1-3
lbs., 29-31c; 3-4 lbs., 30-31c; roast
ers. 4 lbs. and over, 31-32c; lowl,
leghorns, 4 lbs. and under, 24-25c;
leghorns, over 4 lbs., 27-2Sc; col
ored fowl, all weights, 30-,'ilc; old
roosters, all weights, 18-20c lb.
Rabbits (Average to grow
ers): Live white, 4-5 lbs., 26-28c;
5-6 lbs., 24-2(ic; colored, 2 cents
lower; old or heavy docs, 13-lHc
lb.; dressed fryers to butcheis, 57
60c lb.; old and heavy ones, 35
38c lb.
FRESH DRESSED MEATS
I Wholesalers to retailers per
hundred lbs.):
Beef Steers, good, 500-800
lbs., $30-43; commercial, $39-41;
utility, $34-36.
Cows Commercial, $36-38;
utility, $35-36; canned-cutter, $31
35. Beef Cuts (Good steers):
Hind quarters, $51-53; rounds,
S51-54; full loins, trimmed, $56
61; triangles, $37-38; square
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AT JUDD'S
TWO BARGAINS IN THE
HOTPOINT
Refrigerator
Electric Range
BOTH FOR
369.70
Here's range to be proud of! ALL the
advantages of a convenlional electric
range PLUS a High Speed Broiler, Au
tomatic Oven Temperature Control,
Deep Well Cooker and five speetls on
It's a Hotpoint! 179.95
(Model RB-31)
Extra shelf space, extra storage space
in this handsome six cubic foot refrig
erator by Hotpoint. It's Speed Freezer
holds up to 17 lbs. of frozen foods, seal,
ert-in mechanism, five year protection
plan. Everything you want in refrig
eration Is here at a low, inn
low price I07, 0
Buy on easy terms, put both on same
contract:
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1 APPLIANCES
JUDD'S
321 N. Jackson '
FURNITURE
chucks, $39-41; ribs, 44-48; fore
quarters, $37-38.
Veal and Calf Good-choice,
$45-50; commercial, $45-47; util
ity,. $32-39.
Lambs Good-choice, under
60 lbs., $51-53; commercial, $47
43. Mutton Good, 70 lbs., down,
1.26-29.
Pork Cuts Loins, No. t, 812
lbs., $52-54; shoulders, 16 lbs.,
down, $36-38; spareribs, $13-45;
carcasses, $30-30.50.
Wool Coarse, valley and
medium grades, 45c lb.
Mohair Nominally 28c lb. on
12-monlh growth.
COUNTRY-KILLED MEATS
Veal Top quality, 41-42c lb.;
fancy to 43c; other grades accord
ing to weight and quality.
Hogs Light blockers, 27-29c
lb.; sows, 22-26c.
Lambs Top quality, 40-43c
lb.; mutton, 1517c.
Beef Good cows, 30-34c lb.;
canners-cutters, 25-30c.
Onions Western Ore. yel
lows, 50 lbs., No. 1 med., from
cold storage, S2.25-2.50; dry pack
storage, S2.00-2.25; new crop
vjmii. wnite wax, S4.t)()-4.2:;
Stocklon red globes, $2.50-2.75;
yellow globe Jumbos, $2.85; med.,
$2.65.
Potatoes Russets, Deschutes
No. 1-4, $4.25-4.40; No. 2, 50 lbs.,
$1,601.65. New potatoes: Califor
nia long whites, size A, $375
4.00; size B, 100 lbs., S2.65-2.85;
No. 2-A, $3.50-3.75.
Hay (Following wholesale
prices are strictly nominal): U.
S. No. 1 green alfalfa or belter,
baled truck lots wholesale, Port
land, $36-38; U. S. No. 1 mixed
timothy, $36. Oats and vetch
mixed hey, uncertified clover hay,
nominally S15-20, depending on
quality', baled, on Willamette val
ley farms.
J. N. Boor
Outboard Motors
924 Gdn. Vally. Rd. Ph. 530-J-l
Authorized Johnson
Service & Sales
Boats and Trailer!
LIVESTOCK
PORTLAND, May 25 (.T")
(USDAI Cattle: Slaughtered
steers strong to 50 cents higher:
heifers scarce; cows slow, about
steady; bulls unchanged; veal
ers 50 cents to 1.00 lower, spots
more; load top medium-low good
925 lb. fed sleers, 26.50; small
lots low good 875 lbs., 25.75; few
medium, 23.00-25.00; bulk medium
Window Beauty
It easy
on the budget when you
get
WINDOW
SHADES
ARROW
Scores a bull's eye for value.
Soft colors painted on stur
dy muslin base for lasting
beauty. Widths up to 54",
some duplex colors. Can he
kept sparkling clean with
a damp cloth.
Judd's
Furniture Co.
321 N. Jackson St.
'mmiM'i win ,ii'J.
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BUILD YOUR SOIL
wfiiie you work your,
crops with
ROTOTILLER
THI ALL-YEAR MACHINE!
Rototiller's high-speed rota
ry action breaks up weedi
and fall cover crops, and dis
tributes them uniformly
throughout the soil to a full
nin inches. This complete
shredding and mixing of the
humus increase; the tilth of
your soil and gives it greater
moisture-retaining capacity.
This is the time of the year
to build rich seed beds that
will produce bigger, more
profitable yields next year.
SEE WHAT IT WILL CO
SPECIAL SAVING
LIMITED TIME ONLY
20-inch Standard $463.00
26-inch Standard $468.00
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444 N, Stephens Phone 752
FOR A GUARANTEED
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dio and heater, good tires, sealed beam headlights.
This is a very popular make car. We won't tell you
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10-11 OLDSMOBILE four-door
sedan with radio and heater,
hydromatic drive, Air Ride
tiros, seat covert and fender
skirts. This li positively the
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1937 Bl'ICK fivepassenRer
coupe with radio and heater,
(rood rubber. Runs like a
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19-18 MKRCURY four-door se
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in excellent condition, In fact
It's Just like new $1595
1912 OLDSMOBILE four-door
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lit;ht $945
1946 PLYMOUTH four-door se
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covers, good rubber. Thla oar
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1946 OLDSMOBILE four-door
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1947 PLYMOUTH special de
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