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14 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore.-Wed., Oct. 12, 1949
MARKETS
ADMIRAL FLAYS B-36-1m. Arthur W Radford (right) . I'ilic
netl onmmmder, is greeted by Rep. Carl Vinson (D., Oa.), chairman
of th Houaa Armed Service Committee (left), aa he arrived to tes
tify befora th committM In Washington. Adm. Radlo-d told the
eontTeaamen that the Air Force'! B-36 bomber Is a "bad gamble with
national security" and would be "useless defensively and Inadequate
olftnj.vely" In an atomic war.
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0UCATION PENSIONS OR DISABILITY AND JOBLESS BENEFITS
("CI IU") COMPENSATION DEATH CLAIM? ("52-20")
7. 4.S 3.7 3.7
BILLIONS FOR VETS The graph above ahowi amount! of
money paid out by the U. S. Veteran! Administration to veterans
of World War II In the four years since the war's end. Figures
(or each of the (our largest categories are given in billions of dollars.
Justice Douglas Lucky; 14,
YAKIMA, Oct. 12. 7P V. S.
Supreme Court Justice William
O. Douglas (evil luckirr on the
eighth day since his chest was
ePmmta'lait and
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FRICTION BLOCKS
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KIER-CROOCH PLUMBING CO.
316 Mill St. Phone 1242 R
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TOTAL POSTWAR PAYMENTS TO 15,200.000
WORLD WAR II VETERANS: $W,976,0CO '"
Not 13, Ribs Broken
j crushed by horse that reared
and fell on him In mountains
near here.
Doudas' doctors have Informed
him that he has 11. nt an un-
lucky 13, fractured ribs,
AllhoiiKh enduring Intense
'pain from Injur! which lncliule
a punctured iune, DourIhs sent a
telCRiam to Harry t,. Mock
fractured rib patient In a
Ma
Hon. Ind., hospital.
Mock, with whom Dnuclna Is
not acquainted, wired that his
three fractured ribs were had
and that "thirteen must be hor
rible." Informing him that his count
has Rone up one. Pouring wired:
"When you have 14 broken
ribs a hiccup Is a crisis, a couth
a disaster and a sneee a calam
ity. And the most unfriendly act
in the world would be a pat on
the hack." j
The Justice Is Imprnvlne rapid
ly In a hospital here and may be
able to leave within a week or 10
days, his physicians said.
The average capacity of V. S.
freight cars is more than ofl tons.
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t new Siscovtrv (live you cleaner, purer,
automatic hoc water;;, tor every home
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Corrosion dirt discolors
vour balhttttank rusl
ruins rnhne clothes. MaA
are hamshrd hv the Perms,
gtms X'ater heater.
Its lank is mirror
smooth, sparkling blue
fllajta ttsu-fMieti'to-sttel.
It CANNOT run or cor
rode! Sanitary as a clean
drinking glass.
If vou want vears of trulr
carefree hot-water conven
ience, come in totlav and
see this modem heater.
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PRODUCE
PORTLAND, Oct. 12. (.-Pi
Butterfat Tentative, subject to
immediate change: Premium
I quality maximum to .35 to 1 per
I cent acidity delivered in Portland,
bj-ooc in.; nisi quamy, ni-trtc;
second quality, 57-60c. Valley
routes and country points 2c less
than first.
Butter Wholesale f ob. bulk
I cubes to wholesalers: Grade AA,
I 93 score. 62c lb.; A, 92 score, 61c
lb.; B, 90 score, 59c lb.; C, 89
score, 56c lb. Above prices are
strictly nominal.
Cheese Selling price to Port
land wholesalers: Oregon singles,
39-40c; Oregon 51b. loaf, 42-43c lb.
Eggs To wholesalers: A
grade large, 6.i! otiic; A grade,
medium, ol-54ic; small, 42Jc; B
grade, large, 56J-58ic.
Live Chickens No. 1 quality
f.o.b. plants): Broilers, under 2
Ins., 21c; fryers, 2-3 lbs., 24-26c;
3-4 lbs., 27-2)ic; roaster, 4 lbs. and
over, 272Kc; fowl, leghorns, un
der 4 lbs., 18 2l)c; over 4 lbs., 20c;
colored fowl, all weights, 22-23c;
old roosters, all weights, 171Sc lb.
Rabbits (Average to grow,
ersl: Live white, 4 5 lbs., 18-20c;
5-6 lbs., lB-ISc; colored 2 cents
lower; old or heavy does and
bucks, 812c lb.; Iresh fryers, 50-
dJc lo.
FRESH DRESSED MEATS
(Wholesalers to retailers per
ewt.):
Beef Cuts 'Good steers):
Mind quarters, $54-55; rounds,
S1H-51; lull loins, trimmed, $73
7M; triangles, $32-34; square
chucks, $40-42; ribs, $52-55; lore
quarters, $34-38.
Veal and Cslf Good, $3740;
commercial, $33-35; utility, $28.32.
Lambs Good-choice spring
lambs, $11-46; commercial, $36-40;
utility, $'i3-35.
Mutton Good, 70 lbs. down,
$1618.
Pork Cuts Loins, No. 1, 812
lbs., $.0.-2; shoulders, 16 lbs.,
down, $19 10: sparerihs, $47-50;
I,
carcasses, $32 33; mixed weights,
$2 lower.
Wool Coarse, valley and
medium grades, 45c lb.
Mohair Nominally 25c lb. on
12mnnth growth.
COUNTRY KILLED MEATS.
Veal Top quality, 30-32c lb.;
other grades according to weight
and quality with lighter or heav
ier. 20-28c.
Hogs Light blockers, 3031c
lb.: sows. 23 21c.
Lambs Top qurfllty, 38-39c
lb.; mutton, 1214c.
Beef Good cows, 20-22c lb.;
cannerscutters, 2022c.
Onions Supply moderate,
market steady, 50 lb. sack Oregon
yellows, boilers, $1,50 1.60; medi
um, No. 1, $2.25; 10 lbs., 40c;
Washington Yakima Spanish No.
1. $2(H)2.25: medium, $1.75-1.85;
10 lbs., 4550c. Idaho yellows,
medium-large, $2,25 2.50; 10 lb.
sacks, 3K.40c.
Potatoes Oregon Deschutes
russets, No. 1A, $1,603.65; Wash
ington netled gems, No. 1, $3.25
3.10; 25 lb. sacks, $1,00 1.10; 15
Ins., 4!)-52c: 10 Ihs., 38 10c; No. 2,
50 lbs., !M)c $1.00; 10 oz. minimum,
$2,353.50.
Hays New crop stock, haled,
' K I TII ffllclllrt, IJIHK
IT 1? NT n 'I - . 1.
Hots f o b. Portland, $36; U. S. No.
1 mixed timothy, $.16; new crop
oats and vetch mixed hay, un
certified clover hay, nominally
$26-28. depending on quality,
baled, on Willamette valley
farms.
LIVESTOCK
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 11.
I L'SHA CATTLE: Market op
ened rather slow; steers later
moderately active, general mar
ket steady but some bids on beef
cows weaker; sorted load low
good around 985 lb. fed steers
$25.50; bulk low averace medium
grass steers $19.00 - $22.00; lew
medium short feds $23.00; com
mon steers $16.00 $17 .00; medium
grass heifers S1700 S20 00; com
mon heilers $13.50. $16.00; light
cutter dairy type heifers down lo
$1100; cmner cutter cows most
Iv S10.00-J1 i .iO; common-medium
hoof cous $12 50 $15.nl; some un
sold; good young rows $16.00;
good beef hulls $17.00 $17.50;
common - medium sausage hulls
S14 00$lh.VI; good liu-ht vealers
scarce; few $22 .00 $23 .00 ; good
377 Ih. range calves $21.00; heav
ier weights $20.00 down; common
medium $I3 00.$19.00.
HOGS: Market uneven. Influ
enced by Hawaiian shipping de
mand; steadv 50 cents lower;
ijotxl-choice 180-230 lhs. $20.50
S.'l.OO; small lot choice 200 Ihs.
1.2.V 2XI-2!H1 Ihs. $1S,t0.$19.00
-'"n"1!n In- Sli'OnS-'OOO: good!
1.KI..MSI 111. SOWS
Slhno-Sli.tiO:
some under .Hfcl llw. S17 .'SCI: food.
choice feeder pi;s laigrlv $21.00;
one lot choice IJil Ihs. $jl 50
SHE El': Market active.
leinly; good - choice slaughter
lamb mostly SL'1.00S21."y); siahle
lots mostly choice- !2 lh. fed No. 1
x'lt Inmlx SJJ.00; medium-good
around J-.'O.OO: good f.-eilers
strong at SlT.jO.SlS .iO; good vear
Imu's $17.00: good ewes $fi.(X
Stv.'HI; common down to $150.
PIE SOCIAL SLATED
Edenhnwer Community club
ill meet for a pie social" at the
school M'ltlay. Oct. 11. at
P !
All l.uhcs are asked to bti;ic
I'ics. Movies will he provided for
the entertainment of the chil
dicn.
Til Wmw of A mo
on rho air smtv VM'S
S.im av HrnrY.
and Andv
started out
iAdrtimnt
Kal-O-Dex Real Relief
l
For Gas, Constipation
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lhn nHnm 1 h.ts rr trttMi, it'.d
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a bo rm
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H.i t i T.I Iro
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rolling and
thoul annual
turd to tr a). mi
ha- rhn(1 Iha'
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n Herbal Fnrmu.a
Naturr B Planla II
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'.or nday.
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MIDWESTERN TRAIN WRECK-C""" " th dlewl unit of Rock Wand streamliner lie scattered
on ram-3aced around 3 miles from Meade, Kans., si tee the train plunged from tracks where rails had
seen undermined by heavy rain. At lea&l lour persons were lulled and an estimated 50 others injured In
the wreck.
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TWINS MARRY TWINS The twin Philippe brothers of Paris. Michel and Gilbert,
12, pose with tbeir twin brides, Thercse and Claire Bonte, 24, after marriage at Lambersont, France,
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NEW HELP FOR COTTON
onstrated at West Memphis. Ark., can Rather in 3200 poundj of cotton a day. With the aid ot eight
compressed air suction tubes, the operators draw the cotton from the boll. The cotton is then de
posited in the wagon behind the tractor and taken directly to the gin. Since the pickers do not have
to drag heavy baj of cotton behind them, the new machine greatly speeds the picking process.
Canyonville Lions
Hear Address By
Dist. Governor
Forrest C. Losee of Roseburg.
district Linns governor, was hon
or guest at a dinner given Mon
day night at Ford's cafe by the
Canyonville Lions club. H. M.
Anderson presided at the meet
ing In the absence of R. E. Olsen,
local president.
Refoie presenting Ixsee In the
group an informative question
and answer quiz was led hv Lion
P. V. Gill, after which (iill ex-
nrpsceH anTiiprialtnn fnr the erv.
ices of the district governor an.l
his siaff In helping the local or
ganization.
In Losee's talk a history of LI-
onism was given. He related the
Lions club is the largest service
organization in the world, formed
32 years ago by Melvin Jones of
Chica go.
Losee Invited the Canyonville
Lions to attend a luncheon In
Roseburg on Saturday. Nov. 12. I
from 12 noon to 1 p.m. honoring I
Walter C. Fisher. Lions Interna- !
tional president. I
Losee also urged the local
group lo send delegates to thn
state convention '.n Medford In
June. !
The group was entertained by
FriU Snyder of Pa Crek. who i
played several numbers on his1
Solovox and by Miss Barbara
Smder. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fritz Smder, who sang two ,
songs. I
Attending the dinner were: Mr.
and Mrs. Losee. Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Haith. all of Koseburg; Mr.
and Mrs. (".. H. Townsenti. Rid-i
die: Ralph Thrift and Al Stanley.
Suthctlin: Mrs. Bruce Hermit, i
Vernonia: Mr. and Mrs. Fritz
Smder. Days Creek; Mr. and I
Mrs Henrv Ford. Mr. and Mm.
I W. tlill. Mr. and Ms. 11. M.
Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr
sick. Mr. and Mi s. Pax ton Bai '
lev. Mr. and Mrs. Carl' M. Hill. :
Mi. and Mrs. Cent ge Binder. Mr. ,
and Mrs. Cordon ll.itry. John
Hamlin. Mr. and Mrs. Hairy
Howard Mr. and Mis. Ijiwreme
Bmle. Mr. and Mis. Kd Oaks.
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tarua and will con-
it for llf If not
td If fhil causer
ordm tr.trr(nt rORA kills f h
Iter- -mi' alu.Wt trttr!' Onl thrt
na a FOPl tratmnt ti rnuir0l
Mail ordr iv prompt atttauoav
Tr4 Mrt fctff,
mm m mil stinsifn ; .( i i-l
PICKERS This new semi-mechanical cotton Dicker, beim dem
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MODEL MODEL iIJi tM This model railroad of
Herman Howard at Los Anteles County Fair, has block system
which flashes signals and gate w hich drop a trains approach.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vault. Mr.
and Mis. Wm. Cox. Mr. and Mrs.
John Bingham Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Chappell and Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Hays.
Hunting Cod Violations
, , - . - , .,
Send Teen-Agef TO Jail
A game violation involving five ""'S "i"-
teen age tvn, occurred Friday l""! V
night at 10 15 just off the north. Dover St.. Long-
.vil iie v I ii-ri iiihii on nni -i
iwk. accurduiR to Canyonville's
ipsident doputy sheriff. W. J. ;
Worrall. j
Thf olilMt of the boys wm cit
ed for the violation. He pleaded
KUtlty before .lust tee Nina Pi t- ;
ft. Id at Canyonville to three
charRes: one. killing illei;al deer, j
a doe and a spike buck; second
charge, hunting alter sunset: and
the third, killing oeer with a :22
caliber rifle. The bov was fined
S.h on each chat ge. Heing unable
to pav the fine he u committeil
to the l"ougla county jail in
Rosehurg pending payment. W r- j
rail was assittd hv Chief of Po-j
lice Ward of Mrtle Creek.
Guclielmo Marconi. Italian in
ventor, first began to experiment
with wireless in lKf0. He obtained
hit first EnglUh patent In 1597.
I Bt&Jl,JLM
Auto Damaged In Crash
Near Myrtle Creek
Deputy Sheriff W. I. Worrall of
Canyonville reported an accident
which occurred at 1:10 a m. Sun
day 2 12 miles south of Myrtle
Creek, involving two cars, both
northbound. One was owned and
driven by Clifford Andrew a
. ?nt.a t,,PnlnA Int.. ih.
driveway of the Philbrook place.
when his car was struck by a car
driven by James Kdward Young
of Azalea who was attempting to
pass, said Worrall. With Young
were Vivian Reose and Llton Dil
lon, both of C.lendale.
Roth cars were badly damag
ed but no one was injured.
The peculiarity was that th
Iji Korge car got into the ga
rage but in so doing went through
the side wall coming to a halt
just hefoie going through the op
posite wall.
A recently developed device
makes possible the use of an or
dinary garden hose as a fruit tree
spraer.
The Pintrtct of Climhi
M mi let or railway.
hit
Autos
Better Buys
At Barcus
DODGE CI'STOM idn. R
H nw tire. prfx-t 114"
HI'DSON vedn low mileage.
hk new. A real bereain
1343
DODGE sedan, excellent eon-
STrDCBAKCR COMMANDER
LAND CHl'lMER aedan .
NASH AMBASSADOR aedan.
R & H . very clean .
CHEVROLET roup with fac
tory built plrkup box
BUICK CENTI RY aedan. very
good condition
STL'DEBAKED COMMANDER
aedan . .. -
FORD Vd coupe A buy
PACKARD coupe
FORD V aedan. good
CHRYSLER edan
DODGE Tudor, good work ear
MS
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793
ess
1930
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TRUCKS
1947 DODGE abort lof trurk
Brownie, iaa, excellent
condition iriVi
194 DODGE ton pickup, etaka
bed. 7 f)00 milea. like new . 1S93
1943 CHEVROLET l' ton CI-
truck, flat bed body; alt h
itumn rwi and hoist. Reduced
1939 FORD MODEL A panel
BARCUS SALES &
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Highway 90 N. at Garden Valley Road
Roseburg
Used Car
Center
Oak and Rose
FINE USED CARS
Reasonably priced. C M A C. terms.
Chevrolet Butck Pontiac Cadillac
Trade-ins
19:WI PACKARD, 140. Good rubber, food
motor. Call 127B-Y or see at 1801 Wal
nut after 3 p. m.
LOCAL NEWS
Working Earl Wiard has ac
cepted employment at the Doug
las County Flour Mills.
Meeting Scheduled The Jay-C-Ettes
will meet tonight at the
home of Mrs. Melvin Heggie at
210 First Avenue N.
Visiting Here Mrs. Scott A.
Layman of Springfield is visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Harrah. Mrs. Layman is a for
mer Roseburg resident.
Meet Friday Home Economics
club of Rlversdale grange will
meet with Mrs. Ray Hampton
Friday at 12:30 p.m. for a pot
luck luncheon and afternoon
meejing.
Tonsils Removed Miss Janet
Lee Inman, seven-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy In
man, underwent a tonsilectomy at
the Roseburg sanitarium Mon
day. She is reported progressing
nicely at her home.
Pledges Sorority Mrs. Mary
McKinnev, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. T. "M. McKinney of Rose
burg, has been pledged to Sigma
Kappa sorority at Oregon State
college. This is her freshman year
on the Corvallis campus.
, Local Visitors Mrs. W. R. Con
nors and two children, Linda and
"Butchie." have been visiting at
: the home of Mrs. Connors par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Starmer.
They left last week for Portland
for a stay with her sister, Mrs.
Gordon needs, before returning
to their home in Tacoma, Wash.
' Meets Friday Florence Night
ingale tent No. 15 will meet at
the K. of P. hall Friday, Oct. 14
i at 7:30 p.m. At this time the state
department president. Martha
Curran. will visit the tent to make
plans for the state department
convention, which will be held in
Roseburg in June, 1950. All mem
bers are urged to be present.
Home From Hunting Pete
Serafin has returned from a hunt
ing trip to the Steens mountain
region, in company with one
other Rosehurg man, Ray Emery,
and five others from Coos county.
He reported the party had to
leave the area because of a bliz
?ard, hut had killed four bucks.
The other six, however, remain
ed In the Burns areu to continue
hunting. He said that 10 inches
of snow was on the ground bv the
time they got out of the moun
tains.
Vital Statistics
Marriage Licenses
WILLIAMS FARMER Char
les Lindsey Williams and Colleen
Elizabeth Farmer, both of Rose
burg. SANDERS JOHNSON" Ver
non Euvon Sanders and Jeanette
Leone Johnson, both of Winston.
BEGLEY. OZ,P Roy C. Beg
ley and Grace Marilyn 6lp, both
of Sutherlin.
! HATHAWAY- VU G Harrv
T.yle Hathaway and Vienne Marie
! Klug. both of Reedsport.
I FAIRBANKS CALK Charles
Topliff Fairbanks and Clara Jane
Gale, both of Sutherlin.
SCHINDLFR-ROWEN At
Vancouver. Wash.. Elmer Sohin
dler and Alpha Bowen, both of
Roseburg.
Divorct Suit Filed
BIERWARD -Jessie vs. Joseph
i Bierward. Married Jan. M
I at Reno, Nev. Cruel and .nhuman
treatment eharged. Property tet
i tlement t!ked.
A utos
October
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Specials
1949 PKmmith Snl. Dlx. 4 -Door
Demonttrator 2 000 miles 9199319
1941 Pontiac C. Coupe, slick
and lota of extraa 1463 09
1941 Chevrolet Sedan, radio,
healer, very clean T95 n
19.19 Plvmouth Sedan A nica
car a good price 385 Of
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Dod a1, -ton Log Trurk.
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Dual Ax t- Trailer 4750 00
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Brownit, 16500 Eaton New
rubber 2450.08
Dodge 1'j-ton Flatbed, new
tirea clean as new 1395 09
Ford l'j-ton Chaniia. Motor
and rubber food 5BS 0ft
Dodce 4-ton Pickup 12M 00
4-apeed HD Tirea Clean
Dod 4-ton Pickup 845.00
HERE S A STEAL AT
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1142 CHRYSLER New Yorker .11H00
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1940 FORD TI'DOR aedan 4!5 00
lfl.tfl CHEV e1an '. 445 no
lS.tfl OLDSMOBILE nedan 305 no
1938 FORD FORDOR SEDAN ....195 00
1941 1 N T. MrCormlck - Deering
Farm Tractor 850.00
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WILLYS 1-ton ptrkup .
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... 1145.00
cab 995 iMl
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Rev Cafe on 99 htajhway. Herb Har-n.
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