Smoky mys- SVUP, FEK Wr REALOVER-TH'-FlllE 'FLAVOR, VO CAN'T BEAT MCKOM SA4QXW POTATO CHtPSU MM--M PERFECT FOR BAR-B-Q's! Fresh at your grocer Distributed by VALLEY WHOLESALE 109 Rice St., Roseburg Umpqua Dairy. From Modest Start In 1918, Modernized, Built Up To Large Industry (St Pictures Pig i. Second Section) From a modest beginning In 1931 when three customers bought six quarts ot milk, to the present 3,000 gallon per day milk output that is the summarized success story ot Roseburg's Umpqua dairy. When Herb Sullivan, and Or- mond Feldkamp first went into the dairy business 17 years ago, their equipment consisted ol an old building, a makeshift pastel r izer, and Feldkamp's ancient automobile to be used tor deliver iesand little else. The exnanded dairy plant which opens l's doors to the public Sat urday from 1-9 p.m. testifies to the success the two men have had In building the Umpqua dairy into Rosebure's largest. Their new home is a modernized version ol ion, 0f iM equipment, shortening the process from 30 minutes to 15 seconds. And in place of the touring model car first used for deliveries, the Umpqua dairy ha a fleet of nine delivery trucks. The dairy now employs 25 persons. Sales have more than kept pace with the dairy's growth. In addi tion to selling 3.000 gallons f milk daily, Umpqua dairy also rroduces and sells annually 200,- 000 pounds of butter, 100,000 gal- Staman Retrieve! Dog In Pound Escapade SEATTLE, Aug. 11. (.-P Sea man Sam Wassey has his Alas kan dog back again today. Massey is the 28 -year -old Brooklvnite who scaled a roof and a fence to get his half-husky, half-collie pooch out of the city pound early Tuesday only to land In the brig himself. Massey said he had raised the dog from a pup at Adak, in the Aleutians, and wanted it with him on his 60-day leave. Ray H. Hinea. director of the pound, said Massey retrieved his pet Wednesday by apologizing for his Invasion of the pens, paying its board bill and buying a collar and license. Massey told Hinea there was only one remaining hurdle to his departure for good ol' Brooklyn: he had an appointment with his commanding officer to talk over the whole escapade. Reedsport Applies For 75 Low-Cost Rental Units Under New Govt. Housing Program Application to the federal gov ernment for 75 low-cost rental units has been made by the City of Reedsport, said H. L. Scofield, executive director of the Doug las County housing authority, Wednesday. He said the application letter signed by Mayor Tom Llllebo has been forwarded to the U. S. Pub lic Housing authority, which would make homes available through a new housing program announced in Washington, D. C. Rt-edsport officials made the ap plication, said Scofield, because of the "shortage of decent low rent housing in the city." This reason was stated In the mayor's application letter. Scofield said that U. S. housing officials will grant funds for a survey to determine the actual number of low rental units that are needed at Reedsport. In Washington Monday, the government Invited 500 local housing authorities in 42 states to file requests for a ,hare In the new multi-blllion-dollar low-cost housing program. Public Housing Commissioner John T. Egan announced appli cation forms are being sent to housing officers In. communities across the nation as the first Thur., Aug. 11, 1949 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. ' t step in launching the vast project. Egan expects a quick response. He said that as many as 50,000 units may be started in the next 12 months if present plans mate rialize. The $7,500,000,000 housing bill authorizes construction of 810,000 units over the next six years. No more than 135,000 units may be constructed In any one year, but provision Is made for the President ot scale the fleure ud or down between 50,000 and 200, 000, if conditions wa.rant. The application forms have two purposes: To give local authori ties an opportunity to make reser vations tor specific numbers of housing units and to apply for preliminary federal loans to be used for planning local programs. The six-year program is de signed to provide homes for more than 3,000,000 persons. Former Hansons Will Picnie At Umpqua Park Former residents of Kansas will hold a picnic at Umpqua park Sunday, Aug. 14. Basket dinner will be at 1 o'clock. . Coffee will be furnished by the committee, said Harold Cox, president of the Kansas pic nic. Long tables and benches un der the shade trees will enable all to loin in an "old fashioned picnic." There will be Interesting events for people of all ages. There will be contests for the women with appropriate prizes and games and foot races lor children. Former Kansas residents who attend are asked to register in mediately upon their arrival at the picnic grounds. the dairy building constructed in 1935. For the first time in Oregon, plastic scale models of all equip ment Installed by the Monroe Dairy Machinery company were used In planning the new plant. Instead of the old pasteurizer, the dairy now has la operation the most modern pasteurization cream and 40,000 WSbtkTAfyjw; with Air-Step Sizes "i ts 10 AAAA t B 10.95 ABOVE: THE FASHION in black la s 1 1 a I d suede . . . closed toe and heel with euban heel. LEFT: THE BETSY In black or brown calf . . . cuban open toe and heel sandal with platform for added comfort. Women's Kedertes Reduced! Values to 4.95 j AO I. TO now only mm 229 N, Jackson Home Owned Sutherlin Apparel In Sutherlln Listen to the Tex Benecke Show, KRNR, 8:30 p. m. Wednesdays pounds of cottage cheese. Recent y. j have also seen a thriving iooa ousiness added. CANYONVILLE Agents Seeking Rights Of Way j By MRS. H. M. ANDERSON I The Oregon State Highway . commission right-of-way agent has been in the vicinitv between Canyonvllle and Azalea for sev eral weeks purchasing property for the new road on Highway 99. They have concentrated on the section between Azalea and Deer I Park inn which is the section to I be built first, accord it; to K. D Lytle, division engineer. All prop erties have been purchased with the exception of two and these will be closed within the next few ' days so that the job will be ready to start. ! This is a Public Roads admin istration project and the contract I will, undoubtedly, be let within the next month. j The section between Deer Park ( inn and Canyonvllle has goni l somewhat slower because of tlv j concentration on the first sectioi I There are five or six options I be acquired between Deer Par j inn and Canyonvllle and th l hope to have these settled withl I 'he next month. Another Teacher On List In a recent article naming th teachers lor the Canvonvll) school for 1949-50, one name wa: omitted, that of Florence Perk of Roseburg, who will teach Eng lish in the local high school. Shi also taught here last year. O. J. Monger announces school will ! start Sept. 12. The school board ; for District No. 8 will meet Sat urday night, Aug. 13. I I Morse's Access Road Fund j Bill Passed By Senate I WASHINGTON, Aug. 11. UP) I The Senate passed and sent to i the House Tuesday a bill by Senator Morse (R-Ore) to au thorize $30,000,000 annually lor forest access roads. 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