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1 HE,SECRETAKI L A 0 0 K i Secretary of State Dean Acheson sets to work on a.
!rpenterinr chore in the workshlp during a weekend on his Uarewood Farm, near Sandy Sprint, Md.v
Lions Observe 1st Anniversary
With Banquet And Installation
By MRS. H. M. ANDERSON
Canyonville Lions club mem
bers, their wives and out-of-town
Lion guests met at Ford's Cafe
at Canyonville recently to com
memmorate the first anniversary
of the granting of the club char
ter. Lawrence Boyle, outgoing; pres
ident, was master of ceremon
ies. Short talks were given bv
district governor; Ralph Thrift
of Sutherlin, deputy district gov
ernor; Phil Harth of Roseburg,
cabinet secretary; and Mrs. Viv
ian Harth of Roseburg, past pres
ident of the Lions Auxiliary.
Boyle talked on the accom
plishments of the local Lions club
during its first year.
The following officers were in
stalled by Losee: R. E. Olsen,
president; T. L. Weaver, first
vice president; Don Acklund, sec
ond vice president; H. M. "Chic"
Anderson, third vice president;
R. E. Mesick, secretary-treasurer:
John Bingham Jr., lion tam
er; and Henry Ford, tail twister.
Losee also installed the officers
a year ago. At that time the
membership was 15. It is now 25.
Olsen, the new president, talk
ed on plans for the organization
for the coming year.
Guests and members attending
the dinner were; Dr. and Mrs.
L. M. Lehrbach, Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Harth, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest C.
Losee, all of Roseburg; Mr. and
Mrs. Don Coon and Mrs. Mel
Hanna of Myrtle Creek; Mr. and
Mrs. Don Clark of Riddle; Lou
Torey, mayor, Ralph Thrift, Al
Stanley, William Crowell and Mr.
Thatcher, all of Sutherlin;' Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Ford, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Mesick, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Boyle, Mr. and Mrs
R. E. Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. George
Binder, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hays,
Mr. and Mrs. William Cox, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Acklund, D. W.
Gill, Mr. and Mrs. John Bing
ham Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Chapnell, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Oaks, all of Canyonville.
i The City of Canyonville was
forced to make new water re
strictions because of a strain
on the water distribution sys
tem brought on by the contin
ued warm weather. The new
hours for the sprinkling of
lawns and gardens will be from
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. until further
It has been reported to the
city officials that numerous
Canyonville water users are not
complying with watering hours.
For the past month water no
tices have been posted in sev-
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German Paper Criticizes
Mann's Visit To Country
' FRANKFURT, Germany, Julv
25. (K) Thomas Mann's first
visit to Germany since he fled
the Nazis in 1933 drew sharp
criticism today in the German
newspaper, Allgemeine Zeitung
Mann, noted German author
who now makes his home in
America, is due here tonieht to
accept the 1949 Goethe prize for
literature awaraea Dy trie city of
The article criticizing his be
lated return to his homeland was
signed by -Fabian von Schlabren
dorff, one of the leaders in the
bomb plot against Hitler July 20,
eral downtown stores.
The Canyonville Boy Scouts
are spending this week at Eel
creek camp at Lakeside. The
boys are divided Into two troops
with Andy Worrall and Bob
Springstead patrol leaders. '
Besides Worrall and Spring
stead the boys making the trip
were: Charles Pickett, James
Tabor, William Hoffee, Jr., Alan
Anderson, Larry Bailey, Walter
Garland, Blake Hardy, Clyde
Zumwalt, Robert Strahan, Jerry
MCKinney, Maynard Holt, Den
nis Lewis and Delbert McGinnis.
The camp staff includes Mr.
and Mrs. W. I. Worrall, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Hoffee Sr. and Bert
Springstead. Worrall is Scout
Fire Hazards Reduced
Members of the Canyonville
volunteer fire department reduc
ed the' fire hazard in the city of
uanyonvme oy Durning ary grass
on vacant lots Sunday.
Thursday they put on a fire
drill at which time fire was set
to a vacant lot on Wall street
between First and Second. Warn
ing tickets were given to several
motorists who followed the fire
truck and to pedestrians who con
gregated in manner inter
ferlng.with the firemen, or caus
ing traffic congestion.
Announce ...Faculty Names
i Omer J. Monger, superintend
ent of schools In Canyonville, has
announced the complete faculty
for the Canyonville schools for
1949-50. 1 ''
Grade teachers will be:
Gwneth Brinkworth, Canvonvllle,
1st grade: Mildred Fredrickson,
Cnnvonvillc,' 2nd grade: Bessie
M. Hackenberg, Grants Pass. 3rd
grade; Adeline Adams. Rose
burg; 4th grade; Jennie W. Stum-
bo, Wolf Creek, 5th grade; Verne;
G. Worrall. Canyonville, 6th ;
grade; . E. Mildred Black, Cen
tral Point, remedial work. j
' The high school faculty will In
clude: Charles A. Dowd. Taco
ma. Wash.; , John R. Norman,
Minneapolis.-Minn.: Ronald C. I
Krasky, Canyonville: Dorothy
Krebs. Benridge; Minn.; and Lei
la Wimberly, Roseburg.
Curtis Lu Winders of Roseburg
will -teach music In Canyonville
for four half days a week. I
ELKTON BOND ISSUE PASSES
City's Water Use Restricted;
Felling Limb Injures Logger
By PHYLLIS A. SMITH
Elkton citizens voted favorably
on the $15,000 water bond election
recently. The money will be used
to improve the present water sys
tem. Mayor W. S. Carlson of Elkton
has requested that all users of city
water please refrain from using
water for sprinkling and irrigat
Injured By Falling Limb
Raymond Monner received a
badly bruised left shoulder and
compound fracture of a rib when
hit by a falling limb Wednesday.
Monner and Joe Bishop were fall
ing timber for the Elkton Log
ging company. Monner was taken
to Sacred Heart hospital, Eugene.
Dale Mode received injuries
to his left ankle and arm when
he was pinned beneath an A
frame that was accidentally
pulled over at the Beckley
Thomas gravel plant near Kel
logg Thursday. He is undergo
ing treatment at a Eugene hos
pital. The Church of Christ has a new
roof and is now being painted.
The Rev. Mr. Troxell, pastor, is
doing most of the work himself.
There was a father and son
banquet at the church Friday eve
ning. Personal Doing Reported
: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redfield
have moved back to Elkton. Lorna
Aildridge is ill at her home with
mastoid trouble. Dixie Lee Riley
is ill with the- mumps.
Mrs. Wade Henderer is visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Weigle, at Harbor, Ore.
Recent visitors to Eugene were
Miss Billie Sue Reed, Mrs. Ted
Taylor, Bob W. Cowbrough, Mrs.
Warren Baker, Mrs. Elmer Schad,
Mrs. Lester Riley and Bruce Ri
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sullof
and Donald Sullof and Joe Hud
son. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Schnabel
and sons of Pacolma, Calif., who
have been vacationing at Elkton,
have returned home. Mrs. Schna
bel is the former Ellen Riley of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shirley of
Florence visited at the home of
their daughter Mrs. John Mac
Mrs. Ted Taylor and Mr. and
Mrs. Russel Mowry have gone to
Grand Junction, Col., to visit with
their parents and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mitchell and
their children have returned from
a trip to Sunnyside, Wash. They
visited Mr. Mitchell's father while
Mrs. Violet Baker and her son
of Port Angeles, Wash., Is visiting
at the home of her sister, Mrs.
J. Boyd Rader is reported Im
proving at his home near Kellogg.
Rader recently underwent a ma
1or operation at the Sacred Heart
hospital In Eugene.
Mrs. Edith Gates reports that
her grandson Richard Gates, Is as
well as can be expected. Richard
is a patient at the Doernbecker
h spital In Portland.
Mrs. Donald Mode in home
again after a trip to Spokane,
Wash., and Mullan, Idaho. Mrs.
Mode went to Idaho with her fa
ther, Charles Randall, but tame
home by plane early this week.
Miss Hebn Hanna of Portland
is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Mode.
Sandy MacTavish of Eugene is
conducting a ball room dancing
class the I. O. O. F. hall on
tne death of Claude McDonald
Friday, July 22, came as a shock
to his many friends.
Boy Is Injured
To Rescue Dog
BALTIMORE. Julv 25. UP)
Twelve-year old Wayne HeubecK
tiiea io save a stray dog from
being hit by a train Saturdav and
was seriously hurt himself.
Young Heubeck was sideswlped
by a Pennsylvania Railroad Ex
press. No one aboard apparently
was aware of the accident and
the train didn't stop.
Heubeck, and his friend, John
Warner, 14, started out to go fish
ing this morning at Lake Roland.
A stray dog followed them along
the railroad tracks.
The mutt squatted down In the
center of the tracks as a Baltl-more-Harrlsburg
up. Heubeck ran over but couldn't
pull the dog to safety. He himself
jumped back and crouched down
alongside the track.
But he was hit by a side of a
car that whizzed by.
The Cog was killed.
Has Slave Labor
GENEVA. Switzerland, July 25.
UP) The British government
claims to have documentary proof
that forced labor Is an established
legal policy of the Soviet govern
ment. It says It believes about 10,
000,000 persons 10 per cent of
Russia's working population are
in forced labor camps.
The British, . delegate to the
United Nations economic and so
cial council, Corley Smith, made
public a set of documents he said
were laws and regulations cover
ing 'he forced labor policy of the
The British published photo
stat'c copies of what they claimed
were the original Russian texts,
running to 8500 words, plus full
French and English translations.
These documents will form the
basis of Britain's case against al
leged Russian slave labor which
is being investigated by the coun
cil under terms of an American
motion approved last March 7.
One of the demands then was
for a survey by a U. N. commis
sion of conditions Inside the Soviet
Union. Russia denounced this as
a plot by Britain and America to
get spies Into her territory.
Previous attempts to bring the
slave labor questions to a head
have been stymied by Russian as
sertions that there was no forced
labor In the Soviet union and that
Western claims to that effect
were "imperialistic propaganda."
The British are reported to feel
that these documents will now
force the Russians to some more
definite action than a mere shrug
ging off of ths charges.
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he, a state attorney general's Investigator assigned to guard him and
two others were wounded In a gangland-style shooting at a restaurant
on tbe exclusive Sunset Strip. Cohen was the least-serlously wounded.
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