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12 The Newi-Review, Roieburg, Ore. Tuei., Nov. 8, 1949
U.S. To Keep Force In Japan
After Peace Treaty To Guard
Against Communist Attack
By JOHN B. HIGHTOWER
WASHINGTON, (JP The United Stales intends to keep troops
In Japan lor many years after the end of the allied occupation.
Diplomatic authorities said that decision has been reached by
.The next step must he consul
tation with Britain and other
nations. U. S. planning has pro
gressed far enoufih so that Sec
retary of State Acheson will be
able to assure British forelfin
minister Bevin of U. S. readi
ness to start such talks In the
The major provisions of the
pact as now drafted by the state
department call for:
1. An end to the allied occu
pation commanded by Gen. Dou
glas MacArthur, as soon as the
treaty Is signed and ratified.
An orderly surrender by the
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occupation forces of the powers
and duties of governing the coun
try, and their subsequent with
drawal, as such.
3. Denial of the new govern
ment of (A) the industrial cap
acity to build a modern war
machine and (B) the right to
create an army (which is also
denied In the Japanese constit
4. Final cleanup of all repara
tions questions, including dispo
sition of former Japanese ene
my assets In allied and neutral
5. Final removal of territories
from Japanese control in accord
ance with the wartime Cairo ag
reement, as weil as the surrend
ering of Japanese rights over
the oaciflc mandated islands.
6. Guarantees of basic civil
rights, including the basic prin
ciples ol western political demo'
cracy, such as free elections.
7. Commitments o n Japanese
membership In international or
ganizations and treaties. It now
seems likely that the Japanese
will be required to make friend
ship and trade treaties with the
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TO HOUSE GUARD COMPANY The Quonset hut pictured here and now being erected by the
Marrell Construction company of Portland it the largest of a group of similar design which forms
the heedauartert of the National Guard of the South Douglas district.
Located at Tri-City, when completed it will afford quarters for the commanding officer,
orderly room.jraining facilities and storage for some vehicles. (By Paul Jenkins)
principal allies, to stand for
membership in the United Nat
ions and otherwise to try to es
tablish Itself in the family of
A peace conference probably
will be held with or without the
Communist nations toward the
middle of next year, unless un
foreseen delays occur. Simultan
eously, the American govern
ment will negotiate a military
treaty with Japan.
As presently conceived this
military pact will provide for U.
S. land, sea and air bases i n
Japan for five to ten years.
Their primary purpose respon
sible informants said, would be
to secure the islands against any
Communist attack from the As
iatic mainland. The move also
would make Japan an American
bastion in the cold war.
CIGARET8 GOING UP
OLYMPIA UB The cost of
popular brand cigarets in Wash
ington state will go up two cents
a package or 20 cents a carton
about Dec. 6.
The increased cost represents
the additional tax levied on cig
arets to pay the $80,300,000 war
veterans' bonus approved by the
state supreme court Saturday.
Austria has only 35 daily news
papers and 17 radio stations.
PAGE LUMBER & FUEL
164 E. 2nd Ave. S. Phone 242
. PORTLAND. UP) Sen. Guy
Cordon (R-Ore) said here Thurs
day the session of Congress just
completed wasn't half as good
as the one before.
He said there was no compari
son between the 80th Congress
and the 81st.
"In the 80th Congress for the
first time in almost two decades
we kept the country in the
black," he said. "At the same
time we took over 7,000,000 low
er income people off the federal
tax rolls, and that means more
take home pay in the envelopes."
The senator was emphatic In
his opposition to a reduction of
tariffs by the United States. He
said trade barriers between Eur
opean countries had been in
creased since the war.
"Let's let the European coun
tries remove their tariffs so that
there can be real inter-European
trade before we make further
changes in ours."
Two Suits For Money
Filed In Circuit Court
Western Mereantils Agency.
Inc., Monday filed suit In circuit
court demanding judgment for
$647.34, plus interest and $213
costs, from Everett Forness on
the alleged unpaid balance of a
George Newma Moday Wed
suit asking judgment for S700 al
leged due for back age, plus
interest and $250 costs, Irom M.
The scientific name for tiger to
Felis tigris or Panthera tigris.
YOU CAN ENJOY
TANK GAS SERVICE
Propane Tanks For Rent
No Need To Buy
Roseburg Phone 23S
Come to Lawson's before
5:30 p. m. this Friday for
DEPUTY JOB TAKEN
Mrs. Gertrude Sherlock of Win
ston started her duties as civil
deputy In the sheriff's office Mon
day, Sheriff O. T. "Bud" Carter
She replaces Eunice Smith,
who was transferred to the crim
inal division in the sheriff's of
fice. Mrs. Sherlock has lived In
Douglas county the past three
years and was formerly employ
ed at the Roseburg Lumber Co.
Friendship is always a sweet responsibility
never an opportunity.
Roseburg Funeral Home
. 77ie Chapel of tht Roses"
Oak and Kane Street Roseburg, Oregon
l-unerals Tel. 600 Ambulance Service
Mrs. L. L. Powers
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DOES YOUR FAMILY require a three
bedroom home. If io, here It the place.
It's neat, clean, and in attractive
location. 3 iarge lots, one ahould
tell for 11300. Lola of concrete walks;
fruit storage, garage. $200 down.
Easy terma on the balance of 4O00.
Trade your trailer In ai down pay
ment on a home. We have a three
B. R. home, with fa mite, good lo
cution and large lot. Let ua make
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Valley Real Estate Agency
115 W. Cms Phone una
IMMACULATE CITY HOME S-bed-'
'room i, 3rd bedroom In concrete btne-
n.ent, completely modern and newly
redone In and out, garage, nice lawn,
ahruba & walks. A bargain for quick
ale. Price siSMQ cash.
MODERN 4-room home nrar buay renter,
alao separate 50. rental on back of
lot Malta an offer around $6000, caih
OUR CHOICE between two attractive
weititde homes. Each has a large
living room, dining alcove, kitchen
with abundance of cupboardi, 3 large
bedrooms, hardwood flooring, furnace,
fully plastered At inatilatcd, Venetian
blinds and drapes, attached garie,
large free aoll lota, one haa a fire
place. Theie homea are about 1 year
old. Either may be purchaaed for only
Hayden H. De Camp,
749 8. Stephena Street Phone 173-L
Tl "AirnrS "rich level frefl oil nart creek
bottom; 8 acret under plow. Lota of
water the year round. 3 brooder
housee, two good cabtni large pump
liouae witn launary irajs. rnicurn
coop, new barn, fl-rnom home un
der construction, Good ten r pi, on
mvmrnl. 13 mllea from lloachiirg.
Live year round creek. $5,930, $730
I RMS, Hdw. firs. utll. and laundry
tray a. 00x150 lot. Clrc. oil heater.
gas aulo. hot water, iijoo, an
t BEDROOMS; large level lot on sewer
paved atreet and sidewalk. Good ga
rage, good lawn and ahrubbery. white
picket fence; 8,30. Owner will take
mauer noma up io -,ow aa un. pji.
JAMES L. PAYNE, BROKER
lia Brock way I'lmne 1301
RED I.UMM. SALESMAN
T40A STOCK AND GRAIN RANCH,
on county road. 300 A. haa burn
farmed. Thli 1 a real ram-h und
not a bruah patch. Will carry 400
wea and put up hay. Good water tn
very pasture. A 4 -bed room home,
H E A., bath, electrlo water heater,
pressure pump, new 11 -foot rcfilg
erator. deep freeze, washing machine
with mangle. Mall route, school una,
and cream route by door. Four barm,
large chicken houae, 100 hena. An
other holme of 3 rooms, electricity,
and In good ahape. Four cow, two
heifers, all farm equipment, includ
ing tractor. Crops in, hay tn hern,
woodshed full. Sheep can be bought
right. Price. $23,000, some terms. Lo
cated ID miles cast of Yoncalla. W.
"Vhen It's Real EsTate tn Mrti Creek
and South Douglas Co.
Winston & Wynter
MYRTLE CREEKORE. PHONE MS
Surveys Maps Plans
PERCY C ARMSTRONO
llSo Main St Ph. 517 R X
fOR SALE OH LEASE Lovely 2-bedroom
home. 1 block from city but.
Large living room with fireplace nd
oil furnace. Venetian blinds, hard
wood flrt and Inmitatcd through
out. 1-aife utility room with amoii
urage space. For further Informs
tion. call 1209-L-X.
TWIN 6-ROOM bur.gafiwTardwood
floors, all modern. Double cement
drivewav ard garage. Lot vluO tt..
industrial part of town. Worth
(WO Full price gio.vw. 7.vio cath
balam e terms. Call M-J, If no answer
iOf "SALE Large ga'ra'ge, well equipped,
living quarters, at B. Z. Corners Ti-ar
White Salmon, Wah. or will lrale
for heme or acrenge near Hosehutf,
Ore C. r. McPonald, White Salmon,
J;OR SALE 3 miiesN. on9 hlghw.iv,
unfinixhed house on 100 t 100 ;L
lot City water and electricity City
bus sen1 Ice $700 down, balance 23
month. Full price, iaoa C. It Mc
J-room !Ot'Pf-onlobirifrTor Tty ,
water and lights. Price. $.VtK . IhW.
down. Call at 905 S. Kan after
5.30 p. tn.
tOTS'rOR SAL'fc. City water ahrnighta
available. Low down payments. Eugene
Ridcnour, Phone 730-J-. k
FXWWlSi WATER HEAT
I ff Jt )' ER. Rheem 40
I fU a4 Sal- electric
h V n FURNACE. 70.-
h taam ooo B.T.U oil
mg 1 forced air, auto-
3l 1 .i : matlc, spun glau
JL CW filtered.
SCREENS, Rvlock aluminum.
DOOR SC'RKENS, front and rear.
WINDOWS, Lockwood, "non-stick, float
ing sash", weather stripped,
DOOR BELL, front and rear.
DOOR LIGHT, front and rear.
GUTTERS, DOWNSPOUTS, aluminum.
BATH TUB. Brlggs. "non-skid."
eunurma it vrrv hath.
FIREPLACES, ainu'lne "Heatllator1
d o w
and tended t first
properly South of the ffnrtR Umpqua
River to the Garden Valley Hnad
and West of the R. R. tracks to the
South Umpqua River. Ed Marks, John
Marks. Ora Welker,WareBroa.
WE WILL Prosecute anvone found
hunting or trespassing on our prop
erty on Roherta Mountain Road.
Merle H, Doerlng and J. Carl Doer-
NO HUNTING or trespassing on our
property North and East of Newton
Creek Road. Ware Bros.
tib HUNTING or trespasalng on for
mer J. F. Culver Ranch on Rice
Creek. A. A. Bellows
HO TRESPASSING on thl CE Gif
brealh Ranch at Glide. Z. R. Clump
NOHUNTING or treapasBhonthe
i H Short Estate. J. V. and Claude
IVELY no ;rsoing on the
agen 55 - O. KM-
Electric portable sewing machine for
use In your own home.
SINGER SEWING CENTER
204 N. Jackson Ph. 123
UNDER LOCAL atore In center of Row
burg. Ideal for storage. Alley entrance.
Contact Manager Joe Richards Men's
Room And Board
Phone 361 -Y X
TOR RENT New 3',i-room apt We
furnish new gaa refrigerator and
range, water and garbage disposal.
REFINISH your own floors, easllydnne
with our high speed floor aander. In
expensive. Montgomery Ward 4. Co.
TRUCKS and -' for rent
Si" ton. Pf
307 PACIFIC BUILDING
M-33T State Lie, S-2M
ALL BUILDING construction, new and
old, remodeling, 10 down, no job too
large or too small. Alt type masonry
construction, flagstone and brick;
barbecues and patios a specialty. Mag
neslle floors and dralnboards. Phone
1590-R-l , contractor, A. R. Sn ow.
WILL CARE for pre-school children
from 8:00 to 5:00 or during working
hour.; nursing experience. 560 Pitzer.
RELIABLE MAN WOULD like work, -ny
kind. Clean-up work, painting, etc.
Generally handy. Douglas Hotel, room
550 575 51 Oft
UP TO $5'
WANTED Position with established
firm by experienced bookkeeper. Ex
cellent references. Available immedi-
atcly. Phone M.t-H-X.
ODD JOBS WANTED. We do all kinds
of misc. work. Call Dwight N. Raiph
WORK WANTED Garden and"-'
work ; rotary e: ferula''
or cam, uvtuucx, or tigiu car.
Phone 37-F-23, Oakland
River Loam Delivered
GOOD FOR GARDENS AND LAWNS
W hav. an abundant auppljr.
83T WT Moilier Phona 1I7-V
LATEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES
Tcen-afa 9 - 17 Ladle, 10 - 32
421 Filler SL
FULLER BRUSH MAN
ALL milk cor'
W, light pU
", 4-can si7.e;
l Rt., Box 301,
COW FOR SALE. 86 mlTea loutTPoi
Highway 9, turn right, go 2 miles
west on Lookingglass Road. L. T.
4 HEIFERS. 1 small-buIl:a!sofoui
cows, different breeds. Nichols, Met
rose Rt., Box 301.
TWO 3 "YEAR old Hofitem cowsfol
sale; both milking. H. L. Smith, Up pel
20c per pound. 5 miles E. of Suther
Hn at bridgeW. A. Thomaa.
FOR SALE 1 8-month-oid heifers, Gue"nS
aeys and Jerseys. Phone 34-J-l, Olsea
WANTED All kinds of livestock. HTaC
BULL SERVICE Artificial Insemina
tion. Ph. 1300.
t. B. Still
RV Ph. 18-
r and 18 tt.
le. See next
p.., Every day thrifty Douglas county people use the classified advertisements to convert
items they no longer want into cash. Results are fast . . . the cost is low because NEWS-
r and cop-4-J-4.
r sale. The life
Ph. 10I8-J. or
B, 230 N. Steph-
REVIEW classified ads are read by prospective buyers in over 8,000 Douglas county homes
six days a week. Get extra cash now by selling items you no longer need.
ORDER YOUR AD BY PHONE OR MAIL
faters, trash burn
130 W. Oak. Ph.
Nerators. on 30
.aire; gas and
ters. Wood stove
Call 1327-R. Al'a
on a' all
old. Wish to
fhens. C. Klnch.
stove and re-
5 months; will
jE. 602 Fullertan.
w Cabin 6. John
hlC. $103; "Argus
thotgun on trade.
t. for breeding
ts, 1101 Whartsn
cu shop at THfe
R first, 115 W.
P at B Towing,
posts for sale.
. umpqua Ra
f tweed bvef
Large sue. Ex
ittng 'gas' heater,
Enable. 1915 Myr-.-X
after A p. no.
rear end, wheels
d heater. Lf21
Hamps Reds. Crosses. Every week 1
the year. Best of breeding. Pulloruia
Hatching Eggs Wanted
Year around market.
City agent, Douglas Co. Flour MM
FOR SALE B. B. Bronte turkVvs-for
breeding stock, or buy your Thanks
giving turkey now before prices ge
up. Mrs. H. L. Lander, 2nd road
west of Highway South of Kelley i
Korner. Ph. 1614-J-l.
NEW HAMPSHIRE REDS 'and White
Leghorn pullets, months old. ready
to Jay. D.cone. Rlfle Range road.
FOR SALE N. H. chicli-i, day old and
started. 18c and up. Ponton Hatchery.
N. H. PULLETS 6 months old. 91.36?
1 mite beyond Green Bridge oft
Highway AS. south of Roseburg.
WANTED New Hampshire Reds, "six
months old. Mrs. F. R. Brown, Camn
Valley. Route 1, Box 31.
FOR SALE Fryers. iTmlles out Melrosaj
Highway. Howard Ransom.
10 GEESE, young. L. E. Mullarkey,
WITH RABBIT MEAT.
A MEAL'S COMPLETE.
U. V. R. B. A.
MAN'S HEAVY black billfold. Identi
fication in it. Leave at News-Revie
office, or Mrs. Wm. Laney, 861 W.
LOST-iolden Brown Shepherd dog. fS
male. Please call 34-J-2, or 1417-J,
TIMBER FOR SALE: 3.301.000 ft.. In
cited S W. of N. E. and N. W.
of N. W. and 8. W. of N. W. and
a. t. or . W . section 20, Two.
Range 4. 20 peeler grade.
a. Timber mos.ly
80 sawmill erad
Donglaa Fir. Price, (4.30 per M.
Terms. Winston Dimlck, 40S
Pacific Bldg., Roseburg, Oregon. Ph.
office desk; ph.
4 B R. et,
tached fa, t Mtwer, pavement.
On big Int. lawn, shrubs, flowers.
Price greatly reduced for Quick sale.
G Hd terms. $14,300.
Earl & Gladys Wiley
HOSE HOTEL BLDG. PH TM-K
Always Have It Surveyed
Jim peughertya the engineer Ph. 39 -R
FOR SALE -Two bedroom, modern
home well located, on bus line,
lmxlM ft, nice lawn. My equity and
balance $33 M month. 1$ Miller Lane.
Off East Douglas.
GitSr-HO COKERTcfNTItt,.Tn"one It
or 432-Y Reg. and pvd. puppies, all
color. Stud service
EKlr.lSE PtfPPIES. i miles If on
M Watch fo sign
bORFFiMAN PINSCHTR for tVV ft
month old. reasonable. Ph l?Tri-R-X.
or 24 t. a.
BV' SEV NbTROT?STRt'rn6fTarid
furniture, with aere of grotsnri;
for sale or trade for trailer hoirn.
Robert Johnson. Inqitii at Edwards
Auto Court. Winston. Oregon.
JOT ACRKRANCH; trade for city prop
erty Fdna Williams, 1 miles W. of
1 toklngglaM Store
ClJkfum Martinf . Tuaada.
9e par Itnpal font.
I'xi' and malchwl Hemlock
Home Builders Lumber Co.
Klihwar f. North Th l)J
c. H . a
Card.n Vall. ,
JtBAWBRllY PLANTS C. H tlar
fool, Ku t, Box JJ-A. Cardan Vil-
f OR SAi:FMfT Wood', TrTTcTSui ;
KdME-KAU, r I I J ai r...."
(JRAPfcs. mTn. ktnda. U-ptrk. Da1aal-
rRTSH WAl-NVtSTlS lbTTHrit fe.aar".
VNI.ESS CLAIMED within 4 hour from
dste of notice, the following decnreil
dogs wtlt be deposed of as provided
in City Ordinance No 114.
White dog witfe brown spots, malt
T' Killifer , . Harrow . ilo.v
1 Sprtngtooth Harrows
1 5' "Tumble Bug" Scraper
1 Webb Tree Saw for Ford Tractor
1 New Holland Automatic Hay Bale
Umpqua Tractor Co.
Ford Tractor Dealer
I2S S. Pine St
vatch. All white.
CS. S10. and tip.
!elrwe Rt., Resc
ind HU1 Road.
cieii. 'mi picit,
ill movie camera.
rOR SALE-Grain drill. ft.. In food
shape, grass seeder and fertiliser at
tachment, prictrl to sell. Phone IkT-J
or write Dennis Mai thews, Idl-fld
Rt . Roseburg, any day except Saturday-
FOR-SALE CHEAP One J-rttonPI5,
flow, and almost new Massey Harris
ractor. model 20 Must tell Call
1464 R X or 14aW-4
15c lb. W. v
16 mm Bell and I
SfiO Ph. 12?S-R-X.
AIRWAY SAN1TIZOR vacuum. Cash or
FOR SAI.E Electrolux vacuuraTcleaner,
A-l condition. 373-R-2. 333 Barager.
' FOR SALE Wood B-flat Clarinet, excel
I lent rondltton, M Call 17o-JL
! CXniES' fur COAT. Sua 3ftT Phone
j 1 anT-J-l.
USED GAS FLOOR FURNACEell
i 13. Y after p.m.
fOR SALE "lrVgsugt shotgun. Sea-g
I 717 Cummins St.
I foV"iALiV-Praet.caUy nev gas
Second Growth Logs
CONTACT WILBUR LUMBER CO.
WANT PEELED DOUGLAS fir poTes3e?
Ilvered to our yard at Green. 30' to
6.V. Contact us before cutting. Puget
Timber Co. of Oregon. P. 0. Bos 44,
Roseburg. Ph. 1.138.
W ANTTOnWYlou7iaT"Flrpo!e ahl
piling stumpage. Puget Timber Co.
of Oregon. P. O. Box 46, Roseburg.
fOR SALE Sawmill or any- part
G.M.C. dlesel edger and other units.
Roy Denny. 833'i Winchester.
WANTED Split cedar rat Is and-postal
mite, siiea and lengths. Call Oakland
F. H. A.
112 N S'ephens Ph IMS -J
Aj-oss from Poit Office on Highway 9
LCOHOLIC9 ANO?A-M01'S. P. O Bo
111 or Phone i.wo.l or Sna-J
Hay, Grain, Feed