The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, November 08, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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theaters a 10-minute educational movie short dramatizing the
story of the Disabled American Veterans.
The film, titled "How Much Do You Owe?" stars James Stew
art, famous motion picture actor, and General Jonathan M.
Wainwright, hero of Bataan and Corregidor.
Step by step, through the thread of the plot of the short, is
the courageous story of the problem facing the disabled veteran.
A realistic presentation is made of the problems that every
community faces and the manner in which the DAY serves.
Klamath Town Ballot
Without . Candidates .
BONANZA, Nov. 8. ) Tues
day is "off year" election time
over the country and among the
least of these elections is one
scheduled at this Klamath coun
ty town.
Bonanza citizens will choose a
mayor, two councllmen, a record
er and a treasurer. There are no
candidates and no names on the
ballot. All voting will be by
write-in.
Mrs. Elizabeth (Betty) Pepple,
Direct from
Nashville, Tennessee
George Morgan
and his
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Children under 18 50o
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MELODY MOUNTAIN BARN
3 miles south of Myrtle Creek on Highway 91 -
Foreign Athletes
Coming To. U.S.
For Better Life
SEATTLE, UB "The look
of longing on their faces"' has
changed to the bright smile of
hope for some 14 European dis
placed persons who will come to
Seattle to start life anew.
Royal Broughham, sports -editor
of the Seattle Post-Intelllg-encer,
announced that local spon
sors had been found for the
group, most of whom are ath
letes. Brougham said he' believed
most were Latvians, "but I did
n't ask their nationalities. All
are displaced, all are in need.
All have been screened by the
proper authorities and approved
as prospective citizens."
Without disclosing names,
Brougham said individuals and
sports organizations would act
as local sponsors, helping the im
migrants find homes and jobs.
They will leave Europe as
soon as p o s s I b 1 e," he said.
"Many are In displaced persons
camps. Valdis Teteris, a dis
tance runner and the first one I
corresponded with, works In a
Belgian coal mine."
Elmars Zemgalis is a chess
star and the only non-athlete
among the heads-of-families on
the list. He hopes to resume his
law studies in America.
Kazlmirs Upenieks, once a
Russian soldier, is a distance
runner. Arvlds Berkolds, Rusolfs
Lejens and Alfreds Reisters are
basketball players and skiers. Al
eksandra Briedis, Baltic swim
ming star, lost her husband dur
ing the war and hopes to find a
new home , here for herself and
small daughter.
"I got the idea as the Amer
ican Olympic team was leaving
England for home last summer'
said Brougham. "The look of
longing on the faces of Europe's
displaced athletes is something
no one could forget."
who was the only woman mayor
of an Oregon town before the ad
vent dl Dorothy Lee in Portland,
is not anxious to hold the job at
Bonanza for another four years,
but friends dropping around to
her kitchen-office say they are
going to write her name In again.
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Al Flegel takes his seat "Behind the Mayor's Desk" tonight at
7:30 for his regular Tuesday night broadcast, reporting on com
munity affairs. Immediately following at 7:45 will be a special
panel discussion among educators and parents In observance of
American Education Week. Stay tuned for Alan Ladd starring In
"Box Thirteen" at 8. . . "Jovin Jamboree' 'at 8:30 and "Ruth and
Judy" at 9:30.
Top stars of Paramount plotures will be exclusively feat
ured in a new radio series sponsored by the Ralston Purina
Company of 8t: Louis over 366 stations of the coast-to-ooast
Mutual Network. The show is scheduled to start November
14 and will be aired at 5:55 p. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday of each week. The program will be broadcast from
Chloago with a live announcer using tape recordings of the
t Paramount-produced portion of the show made at the studio
in Hollywood. Photographs of the Paramount stars with
ploture credits will keynote special mailing pieces for the
general publlo as well as for display. Among the stars
and plotures expected to be promoted arj Barbara Stanwyck,
"The Lie;' Montgomery Cllft, "The Helrlss;" Alan Ladd,
Donna Reed, "Chicago Deadline;" Betty Huiton, June Havoc,
"Red, Hot and Blue;" Bob Hope, Rhonda Fleming, "The
Great Lover" and others.
Community Chest Drive is In full swing. . . Drag that check-book
out of Its hiding place . . . fill up your pen . . . and help fill up
the quota.
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High Court O. K.'s
Reforesting Law
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8-OT1-The
Supreme court yesterday up
held the power of a state to com
pel persons engaged in commer
cial logging operations to make
provision for reforesting cut-over
areas.
The authority of the state of
Washington to enforce such a re
quirement was challenged by Av
ery Dexter, owner of 320 acres of
timberland in Pend Oreille coun
ty, Wash. He appealed from a
decision by the State Supreme
court upholding constitutionality
of the requirement.
The Supreme court in a two-
line order affirmed the state
court. It gave no reasons. Jus
tice Douglas took no part.
Dexter contended the owner of
timberland may do as he pleases
with his property. But the state
court said an unwritten compile!
between the dead, the living, and
the unborn "requires that we
leave . to the unhorn something
more than debts and depleted na
tural resources."
The Washington law requires
every land owner or operator to
leave reserve trees In a quantity
sufficient to maintain continuous
forest growth, or to provide ade
quate restocking to insure future
forest protection.
Tuet., Nov. 8, 1949-Thc Newt-Review, Roteburg, Ore. 3
Health Welfare Demand To Be Stressed By IWA
Noah's Ark was calked with
pitch, a form of petroleum gath
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Dead Sea.
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SEATTLE. P The boom-
men and Rafters district council
has recommended that emphasis
be placed on a health and wel
fare program, plus a "substan
tial" wage increase in 1950 ne
gotiations with lumber Industry.
The recommendatiin was sub
mitted to the parent Internation
al Woodworkers of America
(CIO), and asked that these two
points be emphasized in negot
iations for loggers and millwork-
ers, as well as boommen.
The council urged that a strike
ballot be conducted if "results
are not shown early in negotiat
ions." Delegates from all IWA
unions will meet in January to
map 1950 contract demands.
George Wlllett of Portland,
Ore., was re-elected as Boom
man and Rafters representative
on the IWA negotiating comm
ittee. Edwin Thompson, Everett, was
elected council president; Ellis
and Lea Garrison, Tacoma, secretary-treasurer.
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