The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, November 23, 1949, Page 16, Image 16

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    16 Tht Newt-Review, Roieburg, Or. Wed., Nov. 23, 1949
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Su. Magnuun of Washington thinks it would b
iwt II for hit i to ft, for Alaska and tor U-S--Canadian
joint dofanM if a railroad warn built across westorn
Coiwdo to Alaska. Alaska's Gov. Gnif ning thinks
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.vfsa inuwyiii vngugn VI in 10 g TO
okay President Truman's nogotiating with Conodo
r""'" Mirrej a nwroj ror a una conntcrwg
Prineo Gttataa I C with FurluiiL-. iiml. wnA
mtnt is roporttd raking a dim vitw of htlptng to pay
. i w. w. . rsnroaa across irs rtrnrory. At
Fairbanks tho rood would conntct with a prtit nt lint
nMIM knsi.k A uL. ....... 1- C. A a .
Goorg it could top tho astorn soabourd via th
"virvnw. n. n. ano conntCI ' WIIB tht
PocitHT Octan by hooking up with tht Pacific Grtot
fcoifTw to Toncouvtr.
WE SUGGEST . . .
VII
mass
i BO
Whether you plxn to icrvt
ice cram as a,des$crt, mid-after
noon snack or evening refresh
ment Ardca "FUvof'Freih"
will p lease the most duenmi
tuting taste. In full bodied
flavor and smooth texture just
can't be bear
Bur it from your
nearest Ardcn Dealer
A
Poles And French
Grab Nationals
Of Each Other
WARSAW, Poland, Nov. 22-UP)
More than 100 persons have
been arreted as members of a
spy ring which Polish authorit
ies ' say was unicea wnn r.-rc
irench embassy here.
An alleged confession by An
dre Simon Roblneau, secretary
of the French consulate at Szcze
cin (Stettin), Poland, was said
by a spokesman of the foreign
ministry here to have led to "U
quidation" of the spy ring.
Roblneau was arrested at the
Warsaw airport last Friday as he
was about to board a plane for
fans lor a vacation.
"Certain threads have led out
authorities to one of the foreign
embassies in Warsaw," said
Gen. GrOHZ, chief spokesman for
tne foiisn foreign ministry.
Grosz told newsmen Roblneau
"admitted espolnage and reveal
ed that his position In the French
consulate served as a cover for
these activities."
Foreign correspondents heard
part of the wire recordings said
to be' Roblneau's confession and
were shown photostatic copies of
documents allegedly signed by
him.
Other Frenchmen Missing
(In Paris the French foreign
ministry denied the Polish charg
es. A spokesman said the French
were worried about Roblneau be-.
cause he was not the first
Frenchman IP have disappeared
inside Poland. The spokesman
said an employee of the French
consulate at Breslau and a
French student had been missing
for four months and Polish at
thoritles had given only "ev
slve" answers about their where'
a bouts.)
Poland has protested both ver.
hnllv and bv dlnlomatlc note ar
rest in Paris of the PoliBh plane
crew which was to have flown
Roblneau to Paris last Friday.
The crew was arrested when the
plane arrived without Roblneau
and tne plane was impounaea.
Poland demanded the immedl
ate release of both plane and
craw, declaring tne rencn ac
tion of retaliation was deprived
of all traces oi legality."
HANOBAQ BARGAIN
LONDON, - UP) Somebody
got a real bargain at the United
Charities auction.
A lady's black handbag went
for a bid of halt a crown (35
cents).
Then the auctioneer discovered
one of his helpers had left 10
pounds ($28) worth of Jewelry In
Starch is found in all green
plants, serving as a reserve food
supply.
FRIDAY SATURDAY
AT
WINDSHIELD
ICE AND SNOW
SCRAPER
800 of these handy car acces
sories ready for Roseburg
motorists.
Come In Get Yours Today
It's Part of Firestone's Big Winter Safety Tire Cam
paign. We Just Received Our Allotment of Famous
POLAR GRIP TREADS
See the Amazing
Demonstration
in Front of the Store
on Actual Icel
DON'T
TAKE CHANCES
Get Yours Today!
mam
CHAMPION TREAD DESIGN
. . For Front Wheeli to give
Skid-Protection ... For Roar
Whotlt to givo Extra Traction
a Pocked Snow and ko. ,
As Low As $1.50
A Week Installs
Four Polar Grip
Treadsl
STUDDED TREAD DESISN
. . . For Roar Wkteli to
give Ixtra Trattlo When
Driving 01 tko Highway or la
Soft Jnew.
THE
STORE
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t j jAxiXSL x , '1 J ,ne ear at 90 miIes a hour when , - t --ZT1
: - U hit the bridge. W Jgj ppjKe JyTl
G3IE&i cakns Willi
MOTHER'S H 0 B B Y Mrs. Lonls Kudolph, mother of If ftf , y i- c. ichwob. tvp..., o,.eo I l1
a student, shows one of the chinchillas she raises, at a parent- A m 1 i4 "VJ I ., - I J f
student hobby show In Brooklyn, N. Y., Technical Hi(h School. " 1 ' T : L "'yi"r t
Birthday Celebration
Auto Speed Kills Two
PATEROS, Alaska, Nov. 23.
UP) Two youths heading for Che
lan to celebrate a birthday were
killed when their car crashed into
a cement . bridge across the
Methow river here at 11 o'clock
Monday night.
Dead are Lerov Woods. 19 of
Pateros, and Harold Dean Ball,
20, of, Fayetteville, Arkansas. In
critical condition at the Brewster
hospital is Richard Walter
Knowles, 21, a passenger. It was
his birthday the trio were cele
brating. Officers estimated the speed of
the car at 90 miles an hour when
it hit the bridge.
Wool Growers Not Hurt By Devaluation Of Pound
SPOKANE VP) The In
creased use of woolen goods un
der the devaluation of the Eng
lish pound should benefit V. . S.
wool growers, but manufacturers
may feel the pinch because of
their small profit margin.
That belief was expressed to
the 56th annual convention of the
Washington Wool firowoiV
ciatlon by Dr. Arthur W. Peter
son, an agricultural economist
Wool growers will not be hurt
by the devaluation because they
trade on an international mar
ket, he said. "United States man-
UlavLUicia upc.niijiK "111. juai-
ginal efficiency, and their work
ers, will be the ones to feel the
pinch."
Alan Rogers, Ellensburg cattle
man, told delegates he had in
creased beef production at lower
costs by using irrigated pastures.
uuiiin uie same oeneliia.
Oleomargarine was invented in
1869 by a Frenchman to secure a
prize offered by Napoleon III for
a cheap and wholesome butter
substitute.
CHOICE
MEATS
PURE, FRESH DAILY
GROUND BEEF
Guaranteed Fresh
LB.
35c
MORRELL'S
PICNIC HAMS "ggajitf 43c
SLICED BACON 49c
VEAL STEAKS -a- 59c
CHOICE
BEEF ROAST
From the Finest Grade
Beef, LB.
45c
Henninger's Marts Food Specials Friday and Saturday, November
25th and 26th. All stores closed Thursday, Thanksgiving Day.
BUTTER
Umpqua or Mel-O-Maid, pura creamery butter,
Freshly churned daily, lb. '. . ; !
67c
SPAM
Hormel'i finest meat. No watte.
Ready to eat. 12-oz, Cans ... :
39c
RAISINS
California Seediest, Use) them regularly
at this low price. 4 LBS .
49c
HERSHEY DAINTIES
For making Choc. Chip
Cookies, 6-ox. Bags
17c
RIPE OLIVES
La Mirada Brand, 15-ox. Jars,
Drained weight, EACH
59c
POT CLEANERS
Cleans pott and pant. Eaty on the . g p
hands. Reg. 10c value 4 FOR ijt
TUNA FISH
Clover Leaf, Shredded, Oregon Tuna.
Vl Sixe Cant .
25c
Specials Friday and Saturday,
Nov. 25th and 26th
11m VEGETABLES I
It's Different From Ordinary Syrup
LOG CABIN T,.. 47c
ALL 18c VARIETIES
CAMPBELL'S SOUPS 15c
SUNSHINE CANDIES f
Dainty Sweett, Jelly Beant, Chocolate Drops, jl
Oranga Jellies, 16-ox. Cello Bags
WALNUTS . War 175
SUNSHINE KRISPY
CRACKERS 25c
VAN CAMP'S
PORK & BEANS ay 19c
PUREX BLEACH n c. 20c
DA MA MAC Central American Fruit,
Pound
15c
STRAWBERRIES Stl 33c
FRESH CARROTS with tops, 2 Bunches 15c
fiDAMfCC California Sunkist Navels, OCl
UKANUCd Juicy and full of flavor, 288's, doz. mDC
U.S.NO.l't
DATATACC Deschutes or Klamath's. i
rU I A I UCJ The baking favorites, 10 lbs. HDC
MCUf "ADD AftC Nice green
in. 1 1 vHuurtvii
heads, lb.
3c
Kept In Place by
the Stroke of a
Brush ...
aptly describes your
hair after we have giv
en it our new short ,
cut. It's just long '
enough to peep from
' the brim of your tiny
new hat gnd oh so
outrageously flattering.
Henninger's Beauty
Shop j
Irene Clark in Charge
PHONE 522
Opens 8:00 A. M.
Store No. 1 Jackson and
Winchester
HENNINGER'S MARTS
ROSEBURG STORES
Store No. 1 Store No. I
Jsokson and Wlnohtster 314 S. SUphtno
Hennlnger't Thrift
Markcto
Oakland and
Sutherlln
Vcddcr's Markets
Myrtle Creek and Riddle
Henninger's Mart
Olendalo
240 N. Jackson
Phono 372