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'Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids arc being accepted by the Build
ing Committee of St. John's Lutheran
Church for the construction of a new
church building In the City of Su
therlln. Contractors may obtain copies
of the plans and specifications at the
home of Mr. Anton Coenenberg. Su
therlln. Bids may be mailed to St.
John's Lutheran Church, Suther.tn.
The Building Committee reserves the
right to reject any or all bids."
I WILL NOT be responsible for an
Dins contracted oy anyone omer man
myseif. Harry u. Kin near.
NO HUNTING or trespassing on Happy
vauey ttancn. nonr ana Marsiers.
NOTICE OF iPECIAL ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
the 23rd day of November. 1940
special election will be held at the :
City Hall in the City of Oakland, Ore
gon, between the hours of 8 o'clock :
A. M. and 8 o'clock P. M. of said day,;
at which election there will be ub
mitted to the legal voters of tha Jlty
of Oakland, for adoption or rejection.
me ioi towing proposea amenameni to
the existing charier of tha City of
to amend the existing City Charter of
the City of Oakland, Oregon by adding
thereto subdivision 33 to Section 2, Ar
ticle 4, authorizing and empowering the
Common Council of the City of Oak
land to construct a city municipal build
ing to house the city offices, library,
fire hall and Jail and to purchase street
maintenance equipment; authorizing tha
Common Council of said city to issue
ana sen Don as oi saia city in a sum
not to exceed $22,000.00 for the purpose
of providing the necessary funds lo
construct said building and to purchase
street maintenance equipment, provide
lor tne levying or taxes to pay tnt in
terest on said bonds and to pay said
bonds at maturity.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE
PEOPLE OF THE
CITY OF OAKLAND
That section 2, Article 4 of the ex
isting municipal charter of the City
of Oakland, Oregon as enacted by tha
Legislative Assembly of the State of
Oregon, and as heretofore amended by ;
the Legislative Assembly of the State;
of Oregon, and as heretofore amended 1
by vote of the people of the City of
Oakland, Oregon under the initiative'
and referendum, shall be and the same
hereby is amended by adding thereto
subdivision 33 to Section 2, Article 4
the following: "33 That the Common
Council of tht City of Oakland, Ore
gon is hereby authorized to construct
a municipal building to house the clly
offices, library, flrehall and city Jail
and to purchase street maintenance
equipment in such manner as to the
common council may seem advisable.
For the purpose of raising the neces
sary funds to construct said municipal
building and to purchase street main
tenance equipment the Common Coun
cil Is authorized and empowered to
issue and sell bonds of the City of
Oakland, Oregon bearing interest not to
exceed 4'a7 per annum and in an
amount not to exceed S22.ooo.00. The
bonds hereby authorized shall be In
such sums and In such denominations
and shall be payable in principal at
such time or times as the common Coun
cil ordinance may determine, such time
not to exceed twenty i20 years. AH
bonds hereunder shall be deemed as
current and shall not have priority
as to each other and shall be desig
nated as general improvement bonds
of the City of Oakland.
The Common Council is hereby au
thorized and directed to levy a tax
annually in addition to all other taxes
authorized by the Charter to pay the
bonds as the same become due, and to
provide a sinking fund for the pay
ment of said bonds at maturity and to
pay said bonds at any time therein
authorized. The indebtedness authorized
by - this charter amendment is in add.
tion to all other indebtedness of ssld
city already incurred or authorized and
is not to be considered as affected by
any limit of Indebtedness In said Char
The form of ballot at said election
will be as follows:
CITY OF OAKLAND
SPECIAL ELECTION OF NOVEMBER
CHARTER AMENDMENT SUBMITTED
TO THE VOTERS BY THE CITY
Shall Section 2, Article 4 of tha ex
isting Charter of the City of Oakland,
Oregon be amended by adding thereto
subdivision 33, aut nor f ring the Com
mon Council to construct a City Mu
nicipal Building to house c'ty offices,
city library, city Jail and fire hall and
to purchase street maintenance equip
ment; authorizing the Common Coun
cil to issue and sell not to exceed
$22,000.00 general obligation bonds to
bear interest not to exceed 4'iTe pf
annum in such form and denominations
and payable at such time or times as
the Council may determine, not to ex
ceed 20 years, and to levy an annual
tax to provide for payment of Interest
and princtpal and provide a sinking
By Order of tha Council
Dated November 1, 1946
Dated at 1st published Nov. 7th, 1949.
Fred Hewett, City Recorder
NOTICE OF FILING APPLICATION
FOR A CHANGi: IN I'KE AND
PLACE OF I HP, OF WATER
Notice ts given hereby that the Hay
ward Milling Company has filed an
application In the office of Chas. K.
Stricklin. State Ensineer. for th an-
proval of a change in use and place of
use oi waier irom winay creek.
The State Engineers Findings and
Order of Determination in tha matter
of the determination of the relative
rights to the use of the waters of Cow
Creek and lta tributaries as confirmed
by Decree of the Circuit Court for
Douglas County dated August 14, 1930,
adjudicated a water right in the name
of G. A. Cunningham for the una of
not to exceed 0.8 ruble foot per second
of water from Windy Creek for the
irrigation of 8 3 acres in NE'iNE1.
9 3 acres In NW'.NE'., 312 acres in
SW'.NE1,.,, 10 arre in SENE1 and
6 6 acres in SE'.NW,. Sec, 33. T. 32 8 .
R. 6 W . W M , with a data of priority
The applicants herein, owners of tht
above described land to which said
water right is appurtenant, orntv
discontinue tha ue of water Mr irrlga-
u'm vj ina ini n irannier mi
water therefrom to tha WNEV, See.
33, T. 32 8.. R. 6 W., W.M.,1 for opera
tion of a mill pond.
All persons Interested are notified
hereby that a hearing will be held at
the County Court House at Roseburg.
Oregon, on January 5, 1950. at 10:00
o'clock a. m. All objections to the
E reposed change. If any there ant, will
e heard at said time and place. Any
objections shall ba prepared In writing,
one copy to be served on Hayward
Milling Company, Glendale, Oregon, md
one copy filed with the State Engi
neer. Salem, Oregon, together with a
$2 filing fee, at least 10 days prior to
the date set for hearing. If no ob-
iections ara filed, no hearing will be
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 2nd
day of November, 1949.
CHAS. E. STRICKLIN.
At Los Angeles
WASHINGTON P A 12 -square
mile area on the Los An-eeles-Lone
Beach. Calif., harbor
Is sinking two Inches every
month, endangering 5500,000,000
worth of property, a Naval offi
The land has dropped more
than nine feet since 1937, Comdr.
Lewis C. Coxe, public works of
ficer of the Long Beach Naval
shipyard, told the Waterways di
vision of the American Society
of Civil Engineers.
Coxe said that earth dikes have
been thrown up to protect Indus
trial establishments affected by
the dropping of the land and mon
ey has been appropriated for con
crete walls to protect the Naval
shipyard, which has $100,000,000
worth of equipment.
Removal of oil and gas from
the Wilmington oil field Is blam
ed for the subsidence, Coxe said.
Engineers and geologists esti
mate the subsidence mav reach
18 to 23 feet by 1963 unless meth
ods can be found to stop or retard
One plan under study Is to re
duce rate of oil and gas removal
so that groundwater would have
time to trickle through to replace
them at levels of 3,500 to 7,000
feet and the other is to pump
water under high pressure into
the oil zones to replace the oil
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
Douglas County State Bank
at Roseburg, County of Douglas, Oregon,
at close of business November 1st, 1949.
1. Loam and discounts (Including
2. United States Government
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 330,384.57
8. Cash, balances with other Tsanks. Including reserve
balances, and cash items in process of collection 1,073,907.61
7. Bank Dremises owned: none,
12. TOTAL ASSETS
13. Demand deDosits of Individuals. Dartnershlps, and
14. Time deDosits of individuals,
15. DeDosits of United States
16. Deposits of States and political
17. Deposits of banks ,
18. Other deposits (certified and
19. TOTAL DEPOSITS (items
23. Other liabilities
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not
obligations shown below)
27. Undivided profits
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 257,751.38
30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND
STATE OF OREGON, County of
I, E. G. Young, cashier of the
swear that the above statement is
E. G. YOUNG. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of November,
1949. EVELYN L. FRAZIER, Notary Public for Oregon,
(Seal) My commission expires August 15th, 1952,
T. B. Garrison, L. E. Hennlnger,
L. E. Garrison, Roy O. Young, Directors
By J. R. Williams
Auto Driver Must
Have Clear Yision
At Least 500 Ft.
Arrival of winter weather with
frequent morning and evening
fogs prompted a reminder to mo
torists from Superintendent of
State Police H. G. Malson that
Oregon law requires automobile
headlights to be turned on in day
time whenever a driver cannot
see clearly for at least 500 feel.
He said many motorists think
they are observing the law by
switching on their parking lights
when encountering fog or mist
during daylight hours. This prac
tice may stem from earlier days
when batteries were conserved
as much as possible, but
the slight difference in current
consumption is a negligible factor
In modern cars and the smaller
lights do little to reduce the col
lision danger, he declared.
"The law calls for headlights
under such atmospheric condi
tions, not parking lights," Matson
pointed out. "Usine headllehts on
the lower beam will minimize
back-reflection into the driver's
eyes and sreatlv ImDrove his
chance of being seen In time to
avoia couiaing with another car
Many .drivers neglect this Inv
portant safety . precaution l
cause their lights do not Improve
ineir vision in aayngnt log, lor
getting that headlights are visible
to other drivers or walkers long
before the car Itself can be seen.
Motorists who do not remember
the law may expect to be remind
ed by police officers, the super
NEW YORK -Am Russell
Janney, the author who served
for seven and one-half months on
the Communist conspiracy trial
jury, ooeyea a summons to re
port for city court jury duty.
He was excused.
"Here," said Justice Henry
Schimmel, "is a man who really
has done his duty.
$ None overdrafts)..$2,406,154.57
obligations, direct and
furniture and fixtures
partnerships, and cor
officers' checks, etc.).... 67,788.74
13 to 18,
above-named bank, do solemnly
true to the best of my knowledge
Degree Practice Roseburg
Rebekah lodge No. 41 degree
staff will practice Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock at the I.O.O.
In Roseburg Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Maples and Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Whipple were In Roseburg
Sunday. They reside in Drain.
Club to Met The Trlendlv
Circle club will meet Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mis.
Margaret Pfaff at 320 Ward
Attends Funeral Mrs. Robert
Harnson has returned to her
work at the Rosehurn Book store.
from Ogden, Utah, where she at
tended the funeral of her lather.
II at Home1 Miss Rubv Jo
Flndlay, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Flndlay, is report
ed to be ill at her home on the
Attend Game Dr. and Mrs.
Bruce Tuck and Dr. and Mrs. L.
M. Lehrbach of this city attended
the University of Oregon-Washington
football game In Portland
Here For Weekend Rod New-
land, freshman at Oregon State
college at Corvallis, visited In
Rosebure over the weekend with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Speid Day In Eugene Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Melssner, Mrs. G. R.
Chapman and Mrs. M. A. Porter,
all or Roseburg, spent Thursday
in Eugene visiting and attending
Visiting In Washington Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Wilkerson and son,
Gene, of Roseburg, are spendlne
a few days in Long Beach, Wash.,
visiting Mr. Wllkerson's brother
and his family.
At Tobias Home Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Phillips of Baker, Ore., are
in Koschurg visiting at the To
bias home. They spent a part of
Sunday visiting Mrs. George
Morin at 6in iagg street.
Visit at McCllntoeks Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Smith of Monmouth
spent the weekend In Posebure
as guests of the latter's brother-
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. McCllntock, in Westmore
land. Benefit Paity The Enisconal
Guild will sponsor a card party
at 8 o'clock Wednesday night at
the parish hall. Members of the
church and friends are Invited.
Contract bridge and pinochle will
De in play, frizes will be award
ed and refreshments will be serv
ed. Reservations may be made
by calling Mrs. Norman Slefarth
0 Siding Finish
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Returns to School Sam Shoe
maker, student at the University
of Oregon law school, returned
to Eugene Sundav aflcr spending
the weekend In Roseburg. He is
tne son oi Mr. and Mrs. s. J.
Shoemaker of this city.
To Elect Officers Stilherlin
Grange will elect new officers at
a meeting to be held Wednesday
nignt at tne nan. rne nostess
committee includes Mrs. Lizzie
Gleason, Mrs. Ellen Lelsinger
and Mrs. Katy Graham,
Tamale Supper Melrose
Grange has invited the public to
attend a tamale supper Nov. 19,
at tne nan, serving wsu negin at
6:30 p.m. Cards will be in play
by those desiring to remain for
the social hours.
Return to Lebanon Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Winfrey have returned
to their home In Lebanon, Ore.,
following an overnight stay in
Roseburg visiting the latter's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. L. W. Pittam. i
Jay-C-Ettes to Meet The Jay
C-Ettes will meet Wednesday
night at 8 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Walt Brittell, 542 Brooklyn
avenue Cloverdale park. Those
planning to attend are asked to
call the hostess or committee
member by Nov. 7.
Here on Business Mrs. E. E.
Siegley, field representative for
the American Cancer society, Or
egon division, has left for her
home In Portland, following a
few days In Roseburg and other
cities in Douglas county on busi
ness. Visit at Lyda Home Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Lyda Jr., who reside
on Sunset lane, Roseburg, had
as their guests over the week
end, Mr. and Mrs. William iBill)
Lyda and daughter of Sweet
Will Speak At Meeting Con
gressman Harris Ellsworth will
be guest speaker at a public meet
ing of Melrose Grange the eve
ning of Nov. 22, according to an
announcement made today by of
ficers of the Grange. The regular
meeting planned for Nov. 15, has
"Considering I was constipated for
over 20 years and laxatives gave me
no relief it was amazing to find
helped me so much I
Mrs. H. Rutledgo,
120 Corrv Ave.. Aero
Florida. Jut one of
many unsolicited let
ters praintnv ALL
BRAN. If troubled
by constipation due to lack of bulk
in the diet, try this: eat an ounce of
crisp ALL-BRAN every day, drink
flenty of water. If not satisfied after
0 days,, return empty box to
Kellogg's, Battle Creek, Mich,
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK I
Your cooperation will ba appreciated.
Nwi - Rvlw, Roseburg, Or. U
Undergoes Operation Alira
(Punchl) Sutton, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Sutton of Rose
burg, is reported to be getting
along nicely at Mercy hospital,
where she underwent an emer
gency operation last Thursday.
She Is still unable to have visi
tors, but is reported out of dan
ger. Her older sister, Miss Nan
cie Sutton, who Is studying dra
matics in Glendale, Calif., Is
spending two weeks here at the
Attend Concert Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Hess and Mr, and Mrs.
Fuller Johnson of Roseburg at
tended the piano quartet concert
of the Grants Pass Commu
nity association Saturday. They
remained In Grants Pass for the
weekend. Other Roseburgers seen
attending the concert were Miss
Helen Casey, Miss Naomi Scott,
Mrs. W. Shermn Plimpton and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bushey.
r'r. Bushey was president of the
Grants Pass association prior to
moving to Roseburg.
County Judge D. N. Buscnbark
has issued an order closing th
estate of Alden Harness, deceas
ed, and releasing Executor
George Harold Wilson from his
LOAD DRAWS FINE
Joseph Arnold Nufer, 35, Cam
as Valley, pleaded guilty to two
charges of vehicle overload and
two charges of overwidth In the
Deer Creek Justice court Monday
and was fined $40, Justice A. J.
When a tree stops growing It
begins to decline In health and
WARMTH AND COMFORT,
THAT'S THE THIMG
THAT OUR GOOD OIL
WILL ALWAYS BRIMS
Phone 1289 for o tankfufof
warmth and comfort. Our
fuel oil is always of top
W "I l'ill'