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    10 The Newt-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Thun., Oct. 13, 1949
Suits Asks Money,
Title Quieting
The following complalnls have
been filed in circuit court:
F. E. Fernekorn v. John D.
Kenney. Judgment for $708.80, al
leged due on a promissory note,
is asked, together with a lien on
1 S'.udehaker automobile of the
defendant to cover the judg
ment. Credit Bureaus Adjustment De
partment, Inc., v. C. L. Deitriek.
Plaintiff asks Judgment for
$595.67 claimed due on an as
signed account.
Percy Armstrong vs. John Pin
kerton and Susan A. Throne, ad
ministrator of the estate of John
E. Throne. Plaintiff asks judo-'
ment for $350 for survey work he I'" ".,?' 1 ",otR """e
claims he did on the Pinkerton addllion' Yoncalla
and Throne subdivision. The
plaintiff states he submitted his NON ADIPOSITY HINT
claim against the Throne estate,. DENVER, Oct. (VP) Want
but it was rejected by the admin-
Utratnr.
State Unemployment Compen
sation commission vs. Leonard C.
deWaard. Plaintiff asks iudgment
for $137.57 alleged due as unpaid ! trim advisor who doesn't want to
labor fund contributions. b named said the secret is this:
Henry H. Miller vs. A. J. Ellis. Belt wearing men unconscious
Plaintiff asks Judgment for : lv expand their stomachs to keen
$18.37 alleged due for shale rock
and pit run gravel hauled from
the plaintiff's property.
Harry Barbee vs. Harvey M.
Lee and Irving Smith, doing busi
ness as North Jack Logging com
pany. Plaintiff asks Judgment for
$599.50 claimed as the balance due
for labor and services.
HOME TOWN NEWS
"YOU'D SCARE HIM MORE IF YOU'D TAKE OFF
THE FALSE FACE!"
Don't let thoughts of stretching winter fuel dollors
score you . . . just call the ROSEBURG LUMBER COM
PANY for immediate delivery of firewood ond sawdust.
oa can depend on Dyrr Tillage
Tools and International Crawlers to do an
efficient tillage job at down-to-earth oper
ating cost.
Dyrt Tillage Equipment is designed and
built for heavy-duty operation in western
soils. Their rugged construction stands up
under severe service. Team Dyrr Tillage
Tools with International Craw lers and
527 N. Jackson
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
The following suits to quiet
title have been filed:
J. C. Copeland and Capltola
Copeland vs. Leonard H. Crow
and Mary Crow, and the un
known heirs of Leonard H. Crow
and Mary Crow, Umpqua Savings
and Loan association, and others
who may claim right or title to
pro(erty located in the northwest
quarter of section 4, township 25
south, range 4 west of Willamette
meridian, except that portion con
veyed to school district 1.
Flora Eberle vs. George Far
rant, Annie J. Farrant and any
others who might claim title to
lot 9, block 3, (ilendale.
William T. Hood and Lois M.
Hood vs. Levi E. Coles, Florence
Newton Coles, and other named
defendants who may claim right
?r. "i10 PJ0, d,srlb?,d a."
to reduce vour waistline without
dieting, fella?
Wear suspenders, says an ex
pert attending the American
Dietetic association. The slim
their trousers from slipping,
He said 2h pot bellied men
switched in braces and reduced
their waistlines an average of one
and five-eighlhs inches.
The News-Review Classified
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The complete Dyrr line includes offset
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SIG FETT
Notional BPW Week
Observed At Yoncalla
YONCALLA Yoncalla Mayor
Lee Blickenstaff has designated
the week of Oct, 10 to 15 as Na
tional Business and Professional
Women's week in Yoncalla, in
recognition of the informed and
accomplished women everywhere
engaged In business and profes
sions. This 22nd year of National Busi
ness Women's week Is being cel
ebrated by the National Federa
tion of Business and Professional
Women's Clubs, Inc., paying trib
ute to the accomplishments of
women.
The week is being observed in
every state in the union, as well
as Alaska, Hawaii, and Washing
ton, D. C with the pledged sup
port of President Truman in a
letter addressed to Dr. K. Fran
ces Scott, president of the feder
ation, praisin1: its clarity of vis
ion in stressing good work on a
community level.
Sutherlin Students Elect
Class Officers For Year
Class officers at Sutherlin High
school have been elected as fol
lows:
Kreghman: Troy Fennel presl
dent( Lee Leislnger, vice-president;
Glenn Gowey, secretary;
Harriett Riggs, treasurer; Bruce
(Jeirler, sergeant at arms.
Sophomore: Richard Church,
president; Nick Norton, vice
president; Janice Parks, secre
tary; Shirley Baker, treasurer;
Kenny Wahl, sergeant at arms.
Junior: Levone Ziegler, presi
dent; Annabelle Lelsinger, vice
president; Norma Church, secre
tary; Sherrv Wilson, treasurer,
and Agnes Pleuard, sergeant at
arms.
Senior: Johnny Fisher, presi
dent; Jack West, vice-president
Don Firman, secretary: Merle
Buck, treasurer, and Bill Trim
key, sergeant at arms.
Elkton
By PHYLLIS A. SMITH
Mr. Harrv Whitfield has been
called to Lebanon by the death of
his mother.
Alex Sawyers la reported ill at
his home In Drain.
A daughter, Jannle Lee, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Abraham Oct. 1. The baby weigh
ed nine pounds two ounces and
was born on her paternal grand
father's birthday. The Donal.l
Abrahams have one other child,
a boy.
The Elkton Elks rolled over the
Glide football team 33 to 18 here
Friday.
Tavlor's "largest deer" contest
so far credits David Scott with
the largest mule deer. It weigh
ed 192 lbs. Sharon Colley has the
largest black tail deer, 158 lbs.
There will be a carnival at the
high school gym, Friday, Oct. 21.
Doors will open at 7:30. The pro
gram Is to commence at 8:00,
with the coronation of the queen.
Candidates for queen Include:
Rosemary (tales, senior; Patty
Whitlow, Junloi ; Carol Fallert,
sophomore; and Eleanor Binder,
freshman. There will be food for
sale, fish pond, ring toss, tele
graph booth, dart throw, ghost
house and other concessions.
The staff for the high school
paper. The Elk, has been chosen.
Included are: editor. Lorna All
riridge; assistant editor, Bernice
Heal; business manager. Lois
Stewart; assistant business man
ager, Rosemary Gates; sports
editor, Eleanor Binder and Tom
Otto; add makeup, Rosemary
Gates; production manager. Con-
Phone 1150
F BUT. LADY, (OH.KINPSIR, THAT'S SOME OF
"M IT'S A MILE h-S THEY'RE TH' NIGHT SHIFT 1
55V UP TO JHE Yf FORECLOSING J I JUST PASSIW' BY X
0?a GEAR ROOM kk OKJOUR 3 FROM A FISHIW TRIP.'
sA IS THAT JXA CHAISE LOMGUE.' M IF THEM JOKESMITHS
3W VERV VdA IF HE DOK1T DO THAT WHEN THEY'RE )
XA IMPORTANT ? tf SIGN THIS FyJv OFF, VOL) KNOW WHAT J
Xlr-T( AT ONCEJV:W THEV CO WHEN t '
8&&K$&t I SKlTFvr THEY'RE ON.'
OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams
nle Cornwell; proofreaders, Carol
Fallert, Joan Alldridge. and Joan
Price; mimeographers. James
O'Brien and Mike Madison.
Elkton residents were without
telephone service Sunday after
noon for some time because a
tree had fallen across the Drain
line.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hancock
are visiting friends in Elkton thn
week.
Birds, Flowers Feature
Service At Church
Birds and flowers were featur
ed in an unusual but very inter
esting service at the Christian
church Sunday morning, Oct. 9.
Ten cages containing canaries
and two pairs of love birds were
placed around the auditorium.
The floral decorations consisted
of baskets of flowers placed all
around the balcony rail and on
the platform. The birds sang
when the congregation sang, but
were quiet when there was no
music.
A program by the children's
departments was held in honor ot
rally day during the Bible school
hour. Over 450 persons w ere pres
ent for the service.
Accident Talking Point
For Highway Project
Harvey Blythe of Eugene, ex
ecutive secretary of the Oregon
V. S. 99 Highway association,
feels he has a strong arguing
mint the next time he appears
before the state highway com
mission. While returning from a recent
association meeting at Grants
Pass, Blythe's car and another
venicle were Involved In a side
swiping accident on a curve ne.tr
Yoncalla. He cited the narrow
road width, the dangerous curve
and foggy weather as causes for
the accident.
Blythe said In Roseburg Wed
nesday that he doesn't expect the
highway commission to do any
thing about the foggy weather.
But the next time he argues the
need for straightening curves and
widening the highway, he feels
his remarks may be a little moie
heated.
They ought to proof of the
points for which he has been so
outspoken cost him $100 in reapiis
lor nis damaged car.
Births at Mercy Hospital
HUTCHINSON To Mr. a-xJ
Mrs. Karl Hutchinson.
Oakland, a son. Robert Joe. born
Oct. 10; weight six pounds five
ounces.
CANNON To Mr. and Mrs.
Merlin Howard Cannon, a son,
Clarence Weslev. born Oct. 11;
weight nine pounds two ounces.
JOHNSON - To Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence E. Johnson. 2027 Har
vard avenue, a son, Norman Pat
rick, horn Oct. 11; weight seven
pounds two ounces.
DAY To Mr. and Mrs. Rov
Oliver Day. of Glide, a son. Phil
lip Roger, horn Oct. 12; weight
seven pounds six ounces.
Wl'LFF To Mr. and Mrs.
Christian Frederick Wulff. Mel
rose route, a son. John Christian,
born Oct. 11; weight eight pounds
tnree ounces.
The first political convention
to be telecast was the 1940 meet
ing of the Republicans in Phila
delphia. '
President Truman is the thirtv-
second presidt n of the United
States.
Notice of Timber Sale
ORAL AVCTION Bins, wit!
he received by the District For
ester. Bureau of Ijind Manage
ment. Region 1. at his office
located at Room LMr!, Host Of
fice Rullding, Roseburif. Ore.
at z 00 p. w.
PACIFIC STAND-j
on November 7.
ARO TIME,
tS4, for the purchase of
merchantable timber (tesicnautl
for cutting- upon tracts herein-
Helps You Overcomt
FALSE TEETH
Looseness and Worry
No lewiger be annoved oe feel III at
ase because of loose, srsbhlv fsls
teeth. FASTEETH. an Improve alka
line 'non-acid' powder, sprinkled on
your plates holds them firmer so the
feel more comfortable Soothing and
cooling to fuel made sore bv excewve
eld mouth Avoid embarrsso,eot
rauseel by loos piatea ret fASTUTg
today at any drug store.
after described. The cutting and
removal of the timber shall be
carried out In accordance with
the forest practice rules approved
on July 7, 1938 by the Secretary
of the Interior. Each bid must
state the amount per thousand
feet, board measure, that will be
paid for each species, the total
consideration which will be paid
for the timber and a statement
that the bidder will comply with
local manufacturing require
ments as hereinafter stated. No
bid for less than the appraised
value will be considered. Each
sealed bid must be submitted in
duplicate and be accompanied by
a deposit. The deposit must lie
in cash or in the form of a certi
fied check on a solvent bank and
In favor of the Treasurer of the
United States. The amount of the
deposit will be at least '10' r of
the first $1,000 of the appraised
value of the timber: an additional
10'.. of the next $9,000; an addi
tional 5 of the amount between
$10,000 and $100,000; and addi
tional 3' of anv amount in ex
cess of $100,000. The deposit will
be returned to unsuccessful bid
ders; applied as a part of the pur
chase price of the high bidder;
or that portion of the deposit
representing the minimum re
quired by law shall be retained as
liquidated damages if the high
bidder does not execute contract
and furnish satisfactory bond
within thirty days of acceptance
of the bid or cannot furnish evi
dence of his ability to comply
with the local marketing require
ments. In sales over $5,000, and
in small sales when required, the
high bidder will be required :o
furnish a sworn financial state
ment, showing ability to fulfill
the terms of the contract. A bond
on all sales will De required in
an amount computed at the rate
01 at least la per cent 01 tne nia
price. Payment for timber will be
required In advance 01 cutting.
payment in full at the time ot
filing the contract being required
In sales amounting to $5,000 or
less. In larger sales, the Regional
Administrator may permit pay
ment in a number of Installments.
Timber sold in accordance with
this advertisement must be manu
factured within the marketing
area as designated for each tract
hereinafter described in accord
ance w ith the Orders of the Secre-
tary of the Interior, No. 2285. and ; 681) and the regulations theie
Nos. 2380 to 2390. lncl.. dated IV-1 under 143 CFR. Part 2591. Earh
eemher 11, 1946 and November 29.
1947, respectively, ine united
States has by agreement been
given the right to authorize its
purchasers 10 use certain roans
and rights-of-way for the removal
of timber. Each bidder should as
certain from the respective Dis
trict Forester's office, the loca
tion of the road or right-of-way
covered by such agreement relat
ing to the tract upon which he
wishes to hid. It is tne Didders
responsibility to determine for
himself the extent to which such
agreement will permit the use of
the road or right-of-way subject
to the payment of reasonable
compensation to the assignor of
tne united Mates, ine rigni is
hereby reserved to waive techni
cal defects in the advertisement;
to reject all bids, or to award the
timber for the amount of the
highest bid to the next highest
qualified bidder when the ofticer
authorized to approve the eon
tract shall deem the high bidder
unqualified to fulfill the contrac
tual requirements of the adver
tisement. All tracts advertised for
sale for which no bid is received
on the sale date may be sold on
the 30th day after the sale date to
bidders ottering the highest Dtioe
during the thirty day interim. In
no case will the timber be sold tor
less than the appraised price.
Further Information, including
copies of the form of contract.
hid forms and schedules of con-
tract payments may be obtained
at District Offices of the Bureaj
of Land Management, located al
Salem. Eugene. Roseburg. Coos
Bay and Medlord. Oregon, or al
the oftlce of the Regional Admin
istrator. B'jildine No. 1. Swan Is-
land, Portland IS. Oregon. Dated
Portland. Orcron. this 7th dav
of October, 1949. IN DOUGLAS
COUNTY: DOUGLAS MARKET
ING AREA: T. M S., R. 7 W..
W. M.. Sec. 3.1. all merchantable
timber designated for cutting on
Por. NWl.NKI, All NsNWt, ir.
SWINWt, Por. SEtNWt. esti
mated for the purpose of this sale
to be 2-t.H) M. feet Douglas fir. 135
M. feet Hemlock. 50 M. feet West
ern Red Cedar. No bid for less
than $6.30 per M. ft. B. M for
the Douglas fir. $2 50 per M. ft.
B. M. for the Hemlock. $2 30 per
M. ft. B. M. for the Western Red
i Cedar, or a total purchase price
of $15,698.50. will be considered.
T. 21 S.. R. 6 W., W. M., Sec 3.
all merchantable timber desig
nated lor cutting on Por Lot 4
(NW1NWI). All SWINWt, Por.
SEJSEi, estimated for the pur
pose of this sale to be 2655 M.
feet Douglas fir. 10 M. feet In
cense Cedar, 5 M. feet Western
Red Cedar, 30 M. feet Hemlock.
No bid for less than $5.85 per M.
ft. B. M. for the Douglas fir,
$2.30 per M. ft. B. M. for the In
cense Cedar and Western Red
Cedar, $2.50 per M. ft. B. M. for
the Hemlock, or a total purchase
price of $15,641.25, will be con
sidered. T. 29 S., R. 9 W., W. M
Sec 15, all merchantable timber
designated for cutting on Por. Lot
2 I NW1NEI ), Por. Lot 3 (NLt
NW, All Lot 4 (NW1NWJI,
Por. S1NWJ, Por. NWiSWi, esti
mated for the purpose of this sale
to be 3480 M. feet Douglas fir. 545
M. feet dead Douglas fir, 185 M.
feet Hemlock, 90 M. feet Western
Red Cedar, 450 M. feet Port Or
ford Cedar. No bid for less than
$11.75 per M. ft. B. M. for the
Douglas fir, $2.50 per M. ft. B. M.
for the Hemlock and dead Doug
las fir, $2.30 per M. ft. B. M. for
the Western Red Cedar. $14.00
per M. ft. B. M. for the Port Or
ford Cedar, or a total purchase
price of $49,222.00, will be con
sidered. T. 29 S., R. 6 V W. M.,
Sec. 31, all merchantable timber
designated for cutting on the
SEiNEl, NE.SWi, NiSEi, Por.
SiSEl, estimated for the purpose
of this sale to be 3920 M. feet
Douglas fir. 320 M. feet White fir.
25 M. feet Incense Cedar. No bid
for less than $3.50 per M. ft. B.
M. for the Douglas fir, $2.50 per
M. ft. B. M. for the White fir
and Incence Cedar, or a total pur
chase price of $14,582.50, will be
considered.
Notice of Timber Sale
ORAL AUCTION BIDS, will be
received by the District Forester,
Bureau of Land Management,
Region 1, at his office located at
Room 206, Post Office Building,
Roseburg, Oregon, at 2:00 P. M..
PACIFIC STANDARD TIME, on
November 7, 1949, for the pur
chase of all merchantable timber
designated for cutting upon tracts
herein after described. The cutting
and removal of the timber shall oe
carried out under authority of the
Act of Julv 31. 1947 (61 Stat
1 bid must state the amount per
1 thousand leet. board measure,
that will be paid for each species
and the total consideration whiih
will be paid for the timber. No
bid for less than the appraised
value will be considered. Each
bid must he submitted in dupli
cate and he accompanied by a
deposit. The deposit must be in
cash or In the form of a certified
check on a solvent bank and In
favor of the Treasurer of the
United States. The amount of
the deposit will be at least
20ri of the first $1,000.00 of the
appraised value of the timber;
an additional 10'v of the next
S9.000.00; an additional 5 of
the amount between $10,000.00
and $100,000.00; and an additional
3't of anv amount in excess of
$100,000.00. The deposit will be
returned to unsuccessful bidders;
applied as a part of the purchase
price of the successful bidder; or
that portion of the deposit, repre
senting the minimum required by
law, shall be retained as liqui
dated damages If the high bidder
does not execut contract and
furnish satisafctorv bond within
thirtv days of acceptance of the
! bid. in sales over $5,000.00, and in
small sales when required, the
successful bidder will be required
to furnish a sworn financial state
ment, showing ability to fulfill
the terms of the contract. A bond
on all sales w ill be required in an
amount computed at the rate of
mt least IS per cent of the bid
price. Payment for timber will be
required in advance of cutting,
payment In full at the time of til
ing the contract being required in
sales amounting to $5,000.00 or
less. In larger sales, the Regional
Administrator may permit pay
ment in a number of installments.
Timber lying within the boundar
ies of the O. 4 C. grant, sold in
accordance with this advertise
ment, must be manufactured
j w ithin
the marketing area as
designated for each tract de
scribed below In accordance with
the Orders of the Secretary- of ihe
Interior, No. 2J8S, and Nos. 2.VW
to 2390. Inc., dated December 11,
1946 and November 29. 1947. re
spectively. The I'nited States hat
by agreement been given tne
right to authorize its purchasers
10 use certain roans and ngrtts-of-
, way for the removal of timber.
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Each bidder should ascertain
from the respective District For
ester's office the location of the
road right-of-way covered by
such agreement, relating to the
tract upon which he wishes to bid.
It Is the bidder's responsibility to
determine for himself the extent
to which such agreement will per
mit the use of the road or right-of-way
subject to the payment of
reasonable compensation to the
assignor of the L'nited States.
Bidders are warned against viola
tions of Section 59 U. S. Criminal
Code, approved March 4. 1909 1 18
U. S. C. 1131 prohibiting unlawful
combination or intimidation of
bidders. The right is hereby re
served to waive technical defects
In this advertisement and to re
ject any or all bids. All tracts ad
vertised for sale for which no oid
Is received on the sale date mav
j be sold on the 30th day after the
i sale date to bidders offering tru
highest price during the thirtv
day interim. In no case will the
I timber be sold for less than the
. appraised price. Further informa
: Hon, including special contract
' clauses, standard contract form,
bid forms and schedules of con
tract payments mav be obtained
j at District Offices of the 3ureau
' of Land Management, located a'
Room 206. Post Office Building,
Roseburg. Oregon, or at the office
lot the Regional Administraior,
Building No. 1, Swan Island. Port
i land IS, Oregon. Dated at Port
land. Oregon, this 7th dav of Octo
ber, 1949. IN OOUGLAS C0UN
;TV: OREGON: PUBLIC DO
MAIN LAND: DOUGLAS MAR
KETING AREA: T. 28 S.. R.. 8
, V W. M.. Sec. 22. all merchant
able timber designated for cutnn-'
on Por. NWISF.,. estimated for
the purpose of this sale to be 370
M. feet Douglas fir. No bid tor
less than S4.55 per M. ft. B. M..
'or a total purchase price of $1
6S3.50, will be considered.
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tires clean as new 1395.00
1939 Ford l'.-ton Chassis. Motor
and rubber good stwiw
1048 Dodge 1,-ton Pickup 1285 00
4-speed HD Tires Clean
1948 Dodge ti-ton Pickup B45.0S
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194 FORD COIWEHTIBI.E 17WOO
1949 FOHD CLUB COUPE 1695 00
1948 STl'DFBAKER
CONVERTIBLE . ..lfManO
1948 FORD FOHDOR SEDAN 1.140
1942 CHRYSLER New Yorker .1U;"IH1
1941 FORD TUDOR SEDAN 645 0
1941 FORD TUDOR SEDAN HflA.OO
1940 MERCURY FORDOR SEDAN 645 00
1340 FOHD TUDOR sedan Wi0
19.19 CHEV. COUPE - 445 A
19.18 OLDSMOBILE sedan . 395 00
IB.'ffl FORD FORDOR SEDAN lufl 0 i
19.11 MODEL A COUPE 125 00
1930 MODEL A COUPE 100.00
1941 ! N T. McCormlck - Deering
Firm Tractor 850.0ft
Open Sunday
From 9 To 3
Trucks And Pickups
1949 FORD 1 ton stake rack 1975 00
1948 WLLYS JEEP A5tl 00
1948 FORD PICKUP 1145 00
1947 STUDY l'i-ton ciUftftis it cab 995 00
1946 WILLYS Stahon Wagon 1345 00
1945 FORD LUMBER TRUCK 1995 00
1947 WILLYS 1-lon pickup 995 00
1942 FORD 1',-ton Flatbed . 495 OO
1942 FORD ',-ton Pickup 61510
1942 FORD 'i-ton Panel 645 00
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194 JEEP-4-W Dr. I SSSt
,,. ''of, they come.
194S FORD SEDAN . . 1195 00
..... f.oks ""d runs like new.
IMS Ht'DSON SEDAN UTS 00
We've only had 1 of these
In a i.ir
194 m'DSO.N SUPER S, Sedan
t'Tk 1345 00
EXCEPTIONALLY CLEAN
AND TOP SHAPE
lt HI DSON SUPER-., sedan.
' 12SS0O
Motor thor overhauled.
14 HUDSON SEDAN, maroon . 1193 00
14J HUDSON COMMODORE'S.
sedan nS 00
Transportation deluxe
1940 HUDSON SUPER-S. eoupe . 72J 10
New air-ride tires.
141 FORD cot PF. mm
1W D5SOTO SEDAN R.V1 00
lt0 LINCOLN SEDAN "' 1 4M 00
19W PLYMOUTH COUPE 4iJ 00
19 19 HUDSON SUPER-6. sedan S2S to
1.S INTERNA PANEL . 12.1 00
I9J9 NASH AMB O D MS 00
Motor overhauled.
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