Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1949)
2 Th Nw-Rviw, Roseburg, Ore. Tuet., Nov. 22, 1949
Grab Of U. S. Planned
ly Russia Politburo
(Continued From Page One)
that our freedom, our own way
of life was definitely threatened
bv loss of our historic allies to
Success of the Marshall recov-
1 rn fw, h wpt on hnr
turned the tide against the Rus
sians. He continued:
"It may be difficult for you to
wrap your minds around the fact
. that the politburo is planning to
take over this country of oars in
due course. But their purpose is
nothing less than this.
Conquest Order Listed
Hoffman said the time table of
' communism called first for "the
conquest of western Europe, then
Asia, Africa, South America, and
finally, North America. He com
mented: "If we In the United States re
main strong and prosperous, and
above all, if the free people re
main united, the evil plans of the
men of the Kremlin will fail."
Recovery-wise, Hoffman went
on, the problem for Europe Is to
unify Its economy to provide ex
pending markets for the products
it turns out and thus achieve econ
omic self-sufficiency and a rising
standard of living. Calling for
continued cooperation with west
ern Europe, Hoffman concluded
with the prediction that Russia
ultimately must turn to ways of
peace. Said he:
"And once Russia turns away
from planning for world conquest
: to planning a better life for her
when you (honge to GOLDEN WEST'S richer flayer'1
Make it your usual way
...it's ground 3 ways
Us V ' anl
nolo the richer flavor
that savts you up to
ISf on tvory poundl
"When I tasted Golden V
skeptical -until my first t
a truly richer colfee can
cup, You make the chanj
per pound-that's smart ecoiv
fc.4 i .
This Is the boss. Yes, this Is Ray Sims, manager ot Trowbridge Electrlo. Originally
from Medford, Ray has been In Roteburg 3', years In this oapaolty. He heads all
phases of Trowbridge Eleotrlc's Roteburg operations which Is atioolated with a
parent firm In tho "pear city." Ray Is married and hat two ehlldren, he and hit fam
lly live In West Roteburg.
WHAT 132 MEANS TO YOU
132 means 132 years ... the sum total of the number of years experience of
all electricians at Trowbridge Electric. Just think 132 years of experience . i .
experience you cannot buy anywhere else in Douglas Countyequaled by few
firms in Oregon. Have Trowbridge Electric install your wiring, phone 268 for
an estimate on your electric needs.
people, we can (11 get on to the
Inspiring job of winning . the
Itinerant Worker Held
In Rape-Murder Of Infant
(Continued from Page One)
to District AttorneyJames Theu-
Nevlns and other officers. Theu.
sen said he probably would be ar
raigned Wednesday on a formal
cnargc oi muracr.
The officers said that Cutler
rez told In his statement:
Addict Of Marlluana
He had been drinking Saturday
night, and smoked one marijuana
cigaret neiore going to roe Huron
dance, No one would dance with
him, because of his condition, so
he left the hall.
As he was leaving, he heard (he
little Rlrl crying. He opened the
car ooor, picked ner up ana
spanked her. Her crying con.
tinned, perhaps for 10 minutes.
"He said he doesn't remember
exactly what happened after
that," said Nevlns. "Until later
Sunday morning When he got up,
he noticed his clothes were mud
dy and what he thought was blood
on his coat. When he heard about
the killing of the little girl, he
says he realized It might nave
Decn tne gin ne naci.
Since stripping started at the
open-pit iron mine in HiDDing
Minn., In 1895, more material
has been taken from the pit than
was originally excavated in
building the Panama Canal.
Mona Van Dyke Schafer,
prominent West Coast
est using 13 less, I was ' I :
ste. That sold mel Only I
give richer flavor in the V U
e and get 20 extw
At JACKSON 'SX TELEPHONE 268
East Rostburej Group
Asks For Annexation
(Continued from Page One)
Ing a general change In city
wards, which would provide for
inclusion of any areas that might
be annexed. The suggested gen
eral boundaries would be divided
by Stephens street and Douglas
street, extending west across the
river to Military, north on Corey,
and thence west along Harvard..
north of Douglas and east of Ste
phens; ward 2, north of Douglas
and west of Stephens; ward 3,
west of Stephens and south of
Douglas, to include tne Military-Corey-Harvard
job, and ward 4
east of Stephens and south of
The present boundaries are as
follows: ward 1, east of Jackson
and north of Oak; ward 2, west
of Jackson and north of Lane;
ward 3, east of the river to Cobb
and south of Oak.
No action was taken on the
proposed change. This is merelv
the first step, it was explained,
to reapportion the city, in as
much as new areas have been or
are expected to be annexxd to
the city. Also, the county court
has divided voting precincts, so
that there are now 10, instead of
eight in the present city bounda
ries. Winston was delegated to meet
with the West Roseburg Civic Im
provement committee tonight to
discuss the matter. It was ex
plained that the city council by
ordinance can alter the ward
boundaries, but cannot increase
the number of wards without a
It was announced, In response
to a letter from the chamber of
commerce, that no date will be
set for an election upon a bond
issue for proposed airport im
provements until after the Dec.
13 vote within the city upon the
West Roseburg, Sleepy Hollow
Miller's addition annexation is
sues. According to City Attorney
Paul Geddes. technicalities in the
sale of bonds may result, If a
vote is taken while the city's
oounuaries are in a state OI Iiuc
tuation. John Fett appeared at
the meeting In behalf of both the
Senior and Junior Chamber of
Commerce requesting Informa
The police committee reported
it naa investigated a complaint
of Mrs. Ole Green reeardlne
fumes from a cleaning establish
ment, operated by Robert Tra
vera, on Fowler street. The com
mittee concluded this was not a
matter for the council to deter
mine, but recommended that the
complainant "take steps to abate
such nuisance by signing the nec
essary nuisance warrants requir
ed before action can be taken by
the city officers." It was suggest
ed meantime that Travera
change pipes extending outside
the bulldlns to run un above the
building. Travera, who was pres
ent, slated this change has al
ready been made.
A letter was read from Bruce
Mollis, complaining of all night
parking by trucks and cars on
city streets at night, and of park
ing longer man tne allotted live
minutes In front of the postof flee
between the hours of 7 and 10
A letter from H. L. Scofleld.
Douglas county public housing
administrator, was read, stating
the government trailer park was
no longer being operated. He
wished to cancel the sewer eon-
n 4 ,- fr1 "f Jk
PVT. JOHN A. JOHNSON 18,
ion of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ag
ger, Azalea, Ore., hat reported
to Lackland AFB, the "Gate
way to the Air Force," to be
gin the AF basio airmen indoc
trination course, her.
Byrnes Flays Federal
(Continued From Page One)
the Federal government with
"sialism," with taking over
more and more the powers and
perogatlves of local governments.
Last night he told the South's
"We should devote to cutting
expenditures some of the thought
we are devoting to taxing and
borrowing. But cutting expendi
tures is not seriously considered
in the executive departments and
new taxes will not be seriously
considered in Congress. So de
ficit spending will continue,"
"Bin government is more dan-
gerous than big business," Byr
nes added. "Little governments
can regulate big business but it
is difficult to regulate big gov
enrment. "The spenders, while deploring
deficit spending, assert as an ex
cuse thai there was deficit spend
Ine during the Roosevelt admin
istration. But who can forget that
In 1933 the banks of the nation
were closed, farmers whose
mortgages vefs foreclosed were
deserting the farms, factories
were idle and the unemployed
walked the streets hungry?
"Only a spender with no sense
of responsibility could fall to see
the difference," said the former
U. S. Supreme court Justice. "To
day we have 'unexampled pro
sperity.' If the government can
not live within its income, what
will it do should we have a ser
ious recession in business?"
Byrnes, who had said he Is
considering seeking Democratic
nomination as governor of South
Carolina next year, divided ad
vocates of big government into
1 Those who honestly believe
that local governments have fail
ed to discharge their responsibi
lities; 2 Those who feel that gov
ernment must play a greater role
and yet are opposed to a govern
ment doing everything; and
3 The selfish men who crave
the power to spend th money
These last he termed "a dan
gerous group." They are in every
department and agency and want
to stay there, he declared, "The
bigger the government the more
money they have to spend."
nectlon charge, but continue Are
protection until the trailers are
Upon recommendation of th
police committee, the council ap
proved liquor license renewals
for The Spot Tavern, Cliff's Mar
ket, Safeway Stores, Chester Wil
cox, Leonard S. Zacher for the
Friendly Tavern, and Rhoads
Cltv Manager M. W. Slankard
was granted permission to be out
of the city Doc 20 to 30.
170 Brown Ave, I
Phone 106tg t
? 0 ;
Commerce Dept. Pkm
Explained ly Newbry
(Continued from Page One)
will be able to answer many of
the inquiries now addressed to
the secretary of state's office In
Need for these field offices was
pointed out statistically by the
speaker, who cited figures to
show the Increased demand for
tsts. In 1948, Newbry said, the
state registered 535,800 motor ve
hicles. During the first nine
months of this year, the total has
lumped to 638,875, with another
20,000 anticipated before the end
of the year.
Increase in the number of li
censed drivers averages 5,000 a
month, he said.
Oregon Manufacturing Up
Regarding possible location of
manufacturing and industrial
plants in the state, Newbry de
clared Oregon is now becoming
known as a manufacturig cen
ter. Oregon manufacturing pay
rolls exceeded the national aver
age in late war years, he said.
Since then, the percentage has
declined, but manufacturing is
steadily on the increase with the
advent of new manufacturers.
"The number of industries
erecting buHiings costing S100,
000 to $5Vt 000 runs into the
scores," Newbry declared. ' .
Chambers of commerce and
the projected new state depart
ment should place more stress
on manufacture of finished prod
ucts by plants located within the
state, Newbry said. He urged
more manuiacture oi merchant
able items as a continuation of
the state's leading industry, lum
bering. Newbry told the group that one
reason why future location of in
dustry in Oregon may be slowed
down is our failure to fully devel
op the state's electric energy.
This is holding back some big
business expansion, he said.
George Neuner Jr., local attor
ney and chairman of the pro
gram committee for the day, in
troduced Newbry as a successful
fruit orchardist and former state
senator from Jackson county.
Since holding his present posi
tion, Newbry has been elected
national president of the Ameri
ca rr Association of Motor Vehicle
Forum Chairman George Luo
ma announce that Copco offi
cials would show a complete film
record of the Toketee project at
next Monday's noon forum.
W. W Willi, tw rmtt a
Graver Rouch have been ap
pointed appraisers of the estate
of Daniel Cyrus Bollenbaugh.
upon petition of Joseph M. Cra
hane, executor and by order of
County Judge D. N. Busenbark.
New let of Plumbing fixture .
for your bath room.
Plumbing prices ar down.
General Electric Dishwasher and
Garbage Disposal. A woman's joy.
New Floor covering In Kitchen and Bath. LinoUum
or Kntil. An inexpensive item to brighten th horn.
New Oak Flooring.
W. hav V" for old floor.
Nw Watr Hatr (Gas or
On that will giv yu all th
water you want, any tim.
Flood and Mill StrH
Truman Pledges Aid
In World Food Plan'
(Continued from Pag One)
cent teal down.
However, Mr. Truman declared
that the work of the FAO centers
around two major problems.
"The first la to Increase the
production of foodstuffs and
other agricultural commodities,"
h?- "T-. Hnnnrf la in that
those commodities rcac)-. the peo
ples and countries which need
The president expressed nope
the FAO soon will be able to es
tablish permanent headquarters
in this country.
Its task, he said, "is central to
the whole broad effort to raise
living standards and achieve
greater freedom for all man
Cooperation Essential !
Mr. Truman expressed pleasure
that the FAO has worked out
specific program for the use of
American methods for control of
animal diseases and the improve
ment of farm machinery and
He said that there was an "im
perative necessity" for nations to
work together toward a system of
inernational trade to help expand
the world economy and he voiced
hope the International trade or
ganization soon will be estab
lished to fight trade barriers.
He said the United States will
work whole heartedly with other
FAO nations to find practical and
effective methods for moving
temporary surpluses of farm com
modities from "have" to "have
THE milNDlY NATION WIDB
IF o cr Clniirnstasis
Don't wait until the last minute
Make your selection now of a practical Christmas Present
One for the whole family
Her are tome suggestions- from the Coen Supply Company
Quality of Materials now excellent
All prices generally reduced
See our display and ask for estimates.
U. I. Weather Bureau Office
Mostly oloudy today, tonight
Hlghttt temp, for any Nov. 7
Lowett temp, for any Nov. 14
Highest temp, yesterday 58
Lowest temp, last 24 hrs. 40
Preolpltation last 24 hra. 0
Precipitation since Nov. 1 ...1.03
Preolpltation since c-t.
Oefioieney since Nov. 1 2.03
Most gold taken in the Fair
banks, Alaska, area is mined by
giant dredges larger than the
average two-story house.
iCi? Auur ui cur r
J IIU I CL
ALL THE EAST
Via The SANTIAM HIGHWAY
New schedules and Trallways direct route east
new saves you many hours on trips to Bend, Boise
Twin Falls, Ogden, Salt Lake and points south
Departures 6:3S A. M. and 12:30 P. M.
TV A A I
fJ J I
New Modern Kitchen Cabinets
with Formica Tops. When w
soy "Modern" we mean
China Corner Cases for your
Dining Room, Everybody likes
China Corner Coses.
On or two full view Plat Glass Windows.
Ask for pric, you will b surprised. .
Insulation Tile for those unsightly ceilings.
Decorative and insulates.
Electric Wall Heater (many sixes).
The cleanest heat available.
0 , ft
Trailways Depot I I
121 N. Stephen! I I
Phone 1528 I I
: ' i
eaBffir, I SEVEN STii
LL II axewsfi strttx I -fj. . I
ECONOMY I W C 1 1
V quart WDl
rj r W