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    LEGAL
NOT1CB or
ANNEXATION ELECTION
Notice ii hereby given that a special
election hai been called by the City
Council of Rom burg, Oregon, to be held
in the hereinafter described territory
on Tuesday, the 37t,h day of August, 19.17
to vote upon the question of whether the
hereinafter described territory
shall be annexed to and become a part
of the City of Roseburg, Douglas Coun
ty, Oregon. The polling place for said
election (hall be FOREST SERVICE
WAREHOUSE. The polls shall remain
open from 6:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. on
said date. All of the registered voters
in said territory are Invited to vote at
aid election upon said question.
The territory proposed to be annexed
to the City of Roseburg ii described
ji follows:
Beginning at the one quarter sec
tion corner between Section 19 and
,10, Township 27 South, Range 5 West,
W.M. said point being on the present
City Limits and the south line of Ter
race Park Addition to the City of
Roseburg as the same ia platted and
filed in the office of the County
Clerk of Douglas County, Oregon;
thence east along the south line of
said Terrace Park Addition to the
southeast corner of same. Thence
north along the east line of said Ter
race Park Addition 1218 feet more
or leas to the south line of the
Thomas Sterns donation Land Claim
No. 40. Thence in an easterly direct
ion 5280 feet more or less along the
south line of donation Land Claim
No. 40 to the southeast corner of
ante. Then N 0 degrees 04' W.
2641.32 feet more or less to the
northeast corner of said donation
Land Claim No. 40. Thence nort h
122.76 feet more or lets along the
west line of the Leonard Howe Do
nation Land Claim No. 45 to the
southeast corner of Lot 22 Todd
Building Company Subdivision No.
3, as platted and filed in the office
of the County Clerk of Douglai
County, Oregon, said point being
also the Initial point of said subdivi
sion and the southeast corner of
Lot 4, Second Brookside Addition as
platted and filed In the office of the
County Clerk of Douglas County,
Oregon. Thence north along the east
line of said Todd Building Subdivi
sion No. 3 and the extension there
of to ita Intersection with the North
right-of-way line of the North Ump
qua Highway. Thence In a wester
ly direction along said north right-of-way
line to the east right-of-way
line of Miguel Street, a part of Denn
Subdivision ai platted, amended and
filed In the office of the County
Clerk of Douglas County, Oregon.
Thence N. 0 degrees 00' 3" E. 410
feet along the east right-of-way Jlne
of said Miguel Street to the north
line of said subdivision a amend
ed in Volume 162 pages 6, 7, U, and
ft of the deed records of Douglas
County. Oregon.' Thence N. 89 de
grees 59' 30" W. 363.2 feet along
said north line to the west line of
said amended subdivision being also
the east line of the Todd Building
Company Subdivision No. 4, as plat
ted and filed in the office c. tue
County Clerk of Douglas County, Ore
gon. Thence N. 0 degrees 28' U. 370.1
feet along the east line of sjld Todd
Building Subdivision to the North
east corner or same. Thence in a
westerly direction along the north
line of said subdlvirion and the ex
tension thereof to the east line r,f
Northla'vn Terrace aj platted and
filed in the office of the Cumy
Cleric of Dou.ila County, Orto:i.
Thence S- 3 di'gr?ei 42' E 362 feet
more or less to th north line of
Lot 9 of said Northlawn Terrace.
Thence S. 87 degrees IB' W. 464
feet mor or less along the north
line nf said Lot fl and the extern on
thereof to the we;t iipht-of-wsjy line
of NE. Rifle Range Road; said
Eoint bein also on ihe east line of
ot 10, First Addition of Brookiide
to Roseburg. as pUtted and filed in
the office ot the County Cle k of
Douglas County, Orrgon. Thenco
North A22 feet more or less ing
said west rjht-cf-way Ine and the
east line of Lot 10 to a point 1260.0
feet from the st-uthtast corner of
said Lot 10. The'ice along that prop
erty owned by Douy a:, Countv. Ore
gon S. .19 deifi ee W. 230 0 tc t,
south 37,1.0 feet. Writ 166.0 feet to
the east line of Lot 8 of said First
Addition to Brookside. Thence south
along said east .ir.! to a point 217.8
feet north of the north right-oT way
line of N.E. Diamond Lake Blvd.
Thence In a westerly direction pa
rallel to and 217.fl l.et north o' the
north right-of-way 'ine of N.E. Dia
mond Lake Blvd. to Its intersection
with the prea:it City limit.
Dated and first published this M day
of July, 1957.
WrLLMA D. HILL
Recorder, GOjr of Roseburg
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAM
No. mim
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OR KG ON FOR
THE rOI'NTT OF DOUGLAS
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS
SOCIATION, A CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROSEBURG HOMES, INC., a corpor
ation; W. C. SMITH INCORPORATED:
a corporation: JERRY E. ZEBARTH;
RUTH ZEBARTH, wife of said Jerry
E. Zebarth,
Defendants.
By virtue of execution, judgment or
der, decree and order of sale Issued
out of the above-entitled court to me
directed and dated the 26th day of July,
1957, upon a judgment and decree ent
ered and rendered In said court on the
29th day of May. 1957, in favor of Fed
eral national Morteage Association.
corporation, plaintiff, and against Rose-
Durg Homes, inc., a corporation, defend
ant, for the sum of $7,834.49 together with
interest at the rate of 6" per annum
rom May 29th. 1957. and the further
aum of 9.15.60 costs and disbursement
together with the costs of and upon this
writ commanding me to make sale of
the following described real property
aituated in the County of Douglas, State
of Oregon, to-wlt:
Lot 2, Block 4. First Subdivision of
Cloverdala Addition to Roseburg. ac
cording to plat on file In the Office
of the Clerk of Douglas County, Ore
gon. together with the hereditaments and ap
purtenances and ail other rights there
unto belonging, or in anywise appertain
ing, the reversion and reversions, re
mainder and remainders, rents, issues
and profits thereof, and all plumbing,
heating and lighting fixtures and equip
ment at the date of the mortgage or
thereafter attached to or used in con
nection with said premises.
NOW. THEREFORE, by virtue of said
execution, judgment order and decree
and order of sale, and in compliance with
the commands of said Writ, I will on the
6th day of September, 1957. at 10:00
o'clock a.m., at the South Front Door
of the Douglas County Court House in
Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon, sell
at public auction (subject to redemption!
to the highest bidder for rash, all the
right, title and Interest which the within
named defendants, Roseburg Homes,
Inc., W. C, Smith. Incorporated, Jerry
E. Zebarth: Ruth Zebarth, wife of said
Jerry E. Zebarth, and each and all of
the defendants in the above-entitled suit
had on the 15th day of September, 1948,
the date of the mortgage herein fore
closed, or since that date had In and to
the above described property or any part
thereof, to satisfy said execution,
judgment order and decre. Interest,
costs and accruing costs.
DATED at Roseburg, Oregon, this 2nd
day of August. 1957.
IRA C. BYRD. Sheriff of
Douglas County, Oregon
By; -a- Margaret Emmitt.
Deputy
Dat or First Publication: Aug. 2, 19.Y7
Due of Last Publication: Aug. 23, 1957
STATE TIMBER SALE
Mill Creek Bridge VlrlnlU
Oral bids will be received by the
State Forester at the Coos Forest Pro
tective Association Headquarters, Coos
Ray, Oregon, at 2 p m., August 26. 1957.
for certain designated timber located on
portions of the ft Mowing described land
situated In Dou (las County, Oregon,
to wil:
V S. Lots I, 2. 3, fl. 7. 8. 9. 10. II
and 16 of Section 2. Township 23
South. Range 1 ' West. W M ,
The minimum .rlce that will be con
sidered is as follows'
Douglas fir 4 Mi MBF at Slfl 30 per
M 90,B04 60, Hemlock M5 MBF
t $2 45 per M $1 .310 75 Alder
and Maple negligible. Total 5.497
MBF, 192.115 35.
Bid award will be made on the bm.lt
of the largest total lump sum bid. The
State makes no guarantee a to the
quantity, quality or value of the timber
to be sold hereunder. (
Cah installment payments shall be
made in advance of cutting
Prospective bidders should secure a
eopy of the protpciu covering terms
of the sale from the Cous Forest Pro
tective Association Headquarters, Coos
Bay. Oregon, or the office of the State
Forester, 264)0 State Street, Salem, Ore
gen The State Forester reserves the right
to waive minor technicalities and the
right to reject any or all bids.
Nf A Taltphot
CONVICTED SPY Con
fessed Russian spy Myra So
ble, shown arriving, at Fed
eral Court in New York, was
sentenced to five-and-one-half
years in prison with
Jacob Alb am. The judge
postponed sentencing of a
third spy, Jack Soble, until
Sept. 18..
MILK INSPECTION
SALEM tfl Milk produced at
state institutions will be inspected
regularly by the state Agriculture
Department, the state Board of
Control announced Thursday.
The department is required by
law to inspect only dairies offer
ing milk for sale.
LEGAL
ORDER MODIFYING FINDINGS AND
DETERMINATIONS OF THE OREGON'
STATE GAME COMMISSION'
WHEREAS the Oregon State Game
Commission at ita staled meeting held
In the City of Portland, State of Oregon,
on January 11 and 25. 1957, reaper"---'",
pursuant to ORS 496.130 and 496.190,
after hearing made and adopted wiumu
findings and determinations as to what,
If any, game fish might be taken, caught,
or angled for and of what species and
kind, and In what numbers, quantities
or bag limit, and in what places, in what
manner and under what regulations, and
at whap seasons or times as would not
affect injuriously the supply thereof;
and
WHEREAS ORS 438 295 restricting an
gling from boats on certain sections of
the North Umpqua River was repealed
by the 49t h Legislature upon recom
mendation of the Oregon State Game
Commission; and
WHEREAS in the Judgment of the said
Game Commission certain areas of the
North Umpqua River and its reservoirs
till should be closed, for the protec
tion of the fishery resource, to angling
from boats: and that tne itnaings ana
determinations should be so changed and
modified: and
WHEREAS public notice of the hearing
for the purpose of modifying ana cnang
lng such findings and determinations
was. for at least two weeks prior to' the
date hereof, published in the Oregon
Journal and the Oregonian, two news
papers of general circulation throughout
the State or uregon, printed ana puDiisn
ed in Portland, Multnoman County, Ore-son:
ORDERED that the findings and de
terminations of the Oregon Mate oame
Commission adopted at Its stated meet
ing held on January 11 and 25. 1957,
respectively, fixing and determining in
what manner and under what regulations
gnme fish may be taken, caught or an-
l ed for. with particular respeci io angi
in from boats, be and they hereby are
changed and modified In the following
particulars:
That to angle for game fish from any
boat or floating device or have any
assembled fishing tackle therein will
injuriously affect the supply of game
fish and such fish may not be so
taken, caught or angled for In the fol
lowing named waters in Douglas
County:
1. That part of the North Umpqua
River between Winchester Dam and
Soda Springs Dam.
2. That part of Toketee Reservoir
above a line designated by markera
established by the Game Commis
sion located approximately 600 yards
below the head of the reservoir.
That part of Lemolo Reservoir
above lines designated by markera
established by the Game Commission
and located approximately 1,200
yards below the head of the arm in
the North Umpqua River channel
- and approximately 625 yards below
the head of the arm In the Lake
Creek channel.
Dated thia 26th dav of July, 1957.
STATE OF OREGONl
i aa
Countv of Multnomah)
I. J. H Van Winkle, Member of the
Oreaon Slate Game Commission,
hereby certify that I have read the fore-
eon,.! copy of order adopted oy tne ure
gon State Game Commission on the 26th
day of July, 1957, and that It Is a true
and correct copy of order recorded in
the minutes of the meeting of the Ore
gon state uame commission neia on
the 26th dav of July. 1957.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have here
unto set my hand this 7th day of August
1957.
(Signed t
J. H. Van Winkle. Member
of the Oregon State Game
Commission
No. 291 M
NOTICE OF SALE
in the cmrriT coi rt of the
STATE OF ORE (ION FOR
DOt OLA R TOUNTV
C. F. GRASSER and EVA CRASSER,
husband and wife,
P.alntlffs,
FRANK O. UNKSWILER vnd OLA
MAE LINK.SWIl.FR, husband and
wife.
Defendants.
By virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure issued out of the
Cirri' 11 Court of the State of Orevi for
Douglas County, on the .N-th .lay of
July, 1957, in the abov.enti.lei, mat
ter, wherein the above-ramed Flam t If is
obtained a judgment aid decree egainst
the above-named Defendants, which ad
decree was filed in the Judgment Roll
of sit Id court, I am rori ma tided to sell
alt of that certain teal property to
ne t her with the improvement located
trrer-n, all situated in Douglas County,
Oiegon, more particulirly descrlb-d as
fciiows:
O iiimer.clnf at a pi n on th West
line of Section 36. Township 27 Sou
th, Range 7 West, said point being 511
1 1 feet North from the West quarter
post of said Section; thence East
on a line parallel to the Eat and
West quarter line through said Sec
tion, 2.'t0 feet; thence Northerly and
parallel with the West line of said
Section 36. a distance of 2.10 feet;
thence Westerly and parallel with
the East and West quarter line
through said section a distance of
210 feet to the Want line or said
Section 36; thenr Southerly along
the West line of said Section .tfl.
2.10 feet to the place of beginning,
all in Section 36, Township 27 South,
Range 7 West, Willamette Merid
ian. Douglas County. Oregon.
Subject to mortgage bv Berthel Gene
Davis and Mildred Ifne Davis, hus
band and wife, to State of Oregon,
said mortgage being dated Decem
ber 7. 1150. in the principal amount
of 4.000 and recorded in Book 105,
Mortgage Records, Douglas County,
Oreeon
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I
will on the 3rd day of September, 1957
between 9 o'clock a m. and 4 o'clock
i pm, to wit: the hour of 2 00 p
! at the front door of the Court House In
: Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon, offer
for sale and tell to the highest bidder,
: for cash, lawful money of the United
' State, the above deirrlbed real prop,
erly
DATED at Roseburg. Oregon, thlt 2nd
day of August, 19"7
Date of Flrt Publication: August 1, 1917
Date of Last Publiratlo.v August 23, 1957
IRA C BYRD, Sheriff of
I Douft'M County, Oregon
By Margaret Emmitt,
i Deputy
Sister Of Oldest Twins
Passes After Brother
PORTLAND I Mrs. Jenny
Lowe, 88, dietl at her home here
Wednesday, just a week after
funeral services were held at
Heppner for her twin brother,
William D. Hynd.
Relatives said they were be
lieved to be Oregon's oldest twins.
They were born at Durham,
England, Sept. 22, 1868. Hynd
came to Oiegon in 1892 and Mrs.
Lowe came in 1913.
Funeral services will be held at
Portland Friday for Mrs. Lowe.
Survivors include her husband,
Thomas Henry Lowe: Iwo sons,
Thomas William and Robert, both
of Heppner. and two daughters,
Mrs. Annie Krebs, Arlington, Ore.,
and Mrs. Minnie Lehman, Ta
coma. Also surviving are three broth
ers and a sister: Jack Hynd,
Charlie Hynd, and Mrs. Maggie
Case, all of Pendleton, and David
Hynd, Heppner.
TO BE REZONED
PORTLAND W Because of
the rapid growth of this city's
suburbs, a new postal zone num
ber system will be put into effect
early next year, Postmaster Al
bert Hodler said Wednesday.
DISPOSING OF DISPOSABLES-This teepee-type incin
erator, probably the largest of its kind in the world, gobbles
up 30 to 35 hoppers nf disposables per shift at Du Pont's
Chambers Works in Penns Grove, N.J. One of the most
significant and interesting developments in the search by
American industry for ways to reduce costs is the growing use
of disposables comparatively inexpensive materials which can
be used once and discarded. Disposing of these disposables
presents another problem. At the Chambers Works, six spe
cially equipped trucks, like the one at the incinerator open
ing, gather up the hoppers and deliver them to the incinerator.
Asiatic Flu Vaccine
Shipped To All Parts
PEARL RIVER, N.Y. Wl -Lederle
Laboratories began dis
tribution of vaccine Thursday to
combat Asiatic flu. It is being
shipped by air to all parts of the
United States for use by physi
cians. To meet the urgent need for the
vaccine, Lederle assigned all
available equipment to the task
several weeks ago and increased
its vaccine production staff six
fold. '
Several other pharmaceutical
concerns also are producing the
same type of vaccine.
APPROVES AGREEMENT
TEHRAN, I - The Iranian
Majlis (lower house of Parlia
ment) approved the new Iranian
Kalian oil agreement after a two-and-a-half-hour
debate Thursday.
The bill was sent to the Senate
for approval.
Under the agreement, an Italian
Iranian company will be set. up,
to be called Sirip. to exploit new
oil resources in an area of about
8,980 square miles.
LEGAL
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
(No. 19!I6!H
IN THE CIRCUIT t'Ol'RT OF TUB
STATE OF OKEOON
FOR THE COI NTV OF DOt'OI.AS
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff
vs.
ROSEBURG HOMES. INC. a corpor-
alion: JERRY E. ZEBARTH; RUTH
ZEBARTH, wife qf Jerry E. Zebarth;
UUN L.. HALL.; ULUHIA R. HALL,,
Wife of Glenn L. Hall, Defendants.
By virtue of execution. Judgment or
der, decree and order of sale issued out
of the above entitled court to me directed
and dated the 26th day of July. 1U.V7, upon
a juagmeiii and decree entered and ren
dered in said court on the 1st dav of
July, 1057, in favor of Federal National
Mortgage Association, a corporation,
fiamtiff, and against Hoseburg Homes,
lie, defendant, for the sum of $5,6.(9.21
together with interest at the rate of
6ri per annum from July 1, lH.VT, and the
runner sum or y23.n costs and disburse
ments, together with the costs of and
upon this writ commanding me to make
sale of the following described real prop
erty situated in the County ol Uougiaj,
State of Oregon, to-wil:
Lot 6, Block 8, First Subdivision of
Cloverdale Addition to Roseburg, ac
cording to plat on file In the office of
the Clerk of Douglas County, Oregon.
together with the hereditaments and
appurtenances and ail other riant there
unto belonging, or In anywise appertain
ing, tne reversion ana reversions.
mainder and remainders, rents. Issues
and profits thereof, and all Dlumbtna
heating and lighting fixtures and equip
ment at the date of the mortgage or
tnereatter aitacned to or used in con
nection with said premises.
NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of said
execution, Judgment order and decree
and Order of Sale, and in compliance
witn ine commands or said writ, i will
on the 6th day of September, 1957, at
10.00 o'clock a.m.. at the South Front
Door of the Douglas County Court House
in Moseourg. uougiaj county, Oregon
sell at public auction isubirct to redemp
tion) to the highest bidder for cash,
all the right, title and interest which
the within named defendants Roseburg
nomes, inc., Jerry e. z,eoartn, Kuth ze
barth. wife of Jerry E. Zebarth; Glenn
L. Hail; Gloria H. Hall. Wife of Glenn
L. Hall, defendants, and each and alt
of the defendants In the above entitled
NUit had on the 13th day of Septemler,
1948, the date of the mortgage herein
foreclosed, or since thai date had In
and to the above described property.
or any part thereof, to satinfv said
execution. Judgment order and decree.
interest costs ana accruing costs
DATED AT ROSEBURG OREGON,
this 2nd day of August. 1957.
IRA C, BYRD. Sheriff of
Douglas Cr.unty, Oregon
By Margaret Emmitt
Deputy
Dale of First Publication: August 2, 1QH7
Date of Last Publication: August 23, 1937
v
BORIS1 MILHAILOVITCH
MORROS, 62, tells newsmen
in New York about his 12
years as a master counterspy
tor the United Mates. The
Russian-born Hollywood movie
producer told how he hood
winked the Soviets into think
ing he was a spy for them
but was sending reports to the
t-BI the whole time. (AP Wire
photo)
DOUBTS RATES SOUGHT
SALEM I Public Utilities
Commissioner Howard ' Morgan
said Thursday he doubts that Ihe
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph
Co. would seek higher rates in
Oregon, as it did in Washington
state Thursday.
Morgan said the company's rate
of return is 6 per cent on its in
vestment. That, he said, is con
sidered adequate.
LEGAL
N. "Mil
SI MMONS FOR PI BMCATION
in iiik ciRci it cornr of thk
HTATF. OF ORF.GON FOR
OOl'Cil.AS COt NTT
MARIE NEUSON,
Plaintiff,
v
FRANK NELSON,
Defendant.
TO: FRANK NF.I.SON. Defendant:
IN TIIS NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREOON: You ,r hereby required 1o
appear and anawer the complaint flltd
affaimt you In the above entitled court
and catie within four weeks from the
aate or tint publication of thl. lum
nion, upon you; and If you fall ii to
appear and an.wer laid complaint, plain
tiff, for want thereof, will apply to the
court for Ihe relief tif fnanded In pllln
llff'i romplainl on the ground, of cruel
and Inhuman treatment rendering platn
liff'l life burdensome, to-witi for n de
cree of Inn court dissolving the msr
Fiaae contract heretofore exlittntf be
tween plaintiff and defendant and award
ing to plaintif.' an absolute decree of
dnorre of and from the defendant.
Tnli summon is served upon vou by
publication thereof once each week for
four successive weeks In The New.-Re.
,vie. a newspaper of general circula
tion published in Douglas Countv. Ore
gon, bv Order of Honorable Charles ft
Woodneh, Circuit Court Judge made the
;.'tlst dav of July. m7. requiring this
summons lo b published.
First Publication: August t, 1957.
A C ROLL
! Attorney for Plaintiff
?lg Parlfle Building
RoMburg, Oregon
TIMBER FOR SALE
TIMBER FOR SALE, UNITED
STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE
INTERIOR, BUREAU OF LAND
MANAGEMENT. ORAL AUCTION
or SEALED BIDS as hereinafter
designated will be received by Ihe
District Forester, Bureau of Land
Management, at the Knights of
Pythias Hall, 6:18 S.E. Rose Street,
Roseburg, Oregon, beginning at
9:00 A.M. PACIFIC STANDARD
TIME, on September 6, 1957 for
all timber marked or designated
for cutting. Before bids are sub
mitted, full information concern
ing the timber, the conditions of
sale and submission of bids should
be obtained from the above Dis
trict Forester, 2583 West Harvard
Avenue, Roseburg, Oregon. The
right is hereby reserved to waive
technical defects in this advertise
ment and lo reject any or all
bids. The United States reserves
the right to waive any informality
in bids received whenever such
waiver is in the interest of Ihe
United Stales. IN DOUGLAS
COUNTY: OREGON: O&C LAND:
ORAL BID: GREEN: All timber
designated for cutting on WViNEVs,
KNWV4, SW's, SWVaSEK, Stc.
23, T. 30 S R, 8 W., W.M., esti
mated for the purpose of this sale
to be 3,395 M hd. ft. Douglas Fir,
54 M bd. ft. Sugar Pine, 113 M
bd. ft. While Fir. 99 M bd. ft. In
cense Cedar, 28 M bd. ft. Western
; Ked cedar, 18 M bd. II, Hemlock,
j No bid for less than $25.25 per M
i hd. ft. for the Douglas Fir, $37.60
per M bd. ft. for Ihe Sugar Pine,
! $7.90 per M bd. fl. for Ihe White
, Fir, $5.40 per M bd. ft. for the
Incense Cedar and Western Red
Cedar, $8.35 per M bd. ft. for the
Hemlock or a total purchase once
i of $89,482.95 will be considered,
: Minimum deposit with bid $5,100.
00. SALVAGE: All limber desig
nated for cutting nn Lot 5
i (S'n.SW'-sNW'sl, N'vSW's, SE't
iSW',, See. 9, T. S., R. 7 W
W.M., estimated for the purpose
of this sale lo be 130 M bd. ft.
Douglas Fir. No Irid fur less than
$14 60 per M bd. ft. for Ihe
Douglas Fir or a total purchase
'price nf $1.898 00 will be consid
ered. Minimum deposit with bid
i $300.00.
Two Fisherman Said
Too Abrupt In Methods
VANCOUVER, Wash. UH - Two
fishermen were accused Thursday
of being too direct in their meth
ods. They went after steclhead with
spears and skin diving equipment,
said Dick Zimmerman, stale game
protector.
Zimmerman said he found them
at a pool below Moulton Falls on
Ihe east fork of the Lewis River,
25 miles northeast of Vancouver,
Wednesday night. They already
had speared tw.0 fish by under
water flashlights by the time he
came upon the scene, Zimmerman
said.
Accused of illegally spearing
fish, the two posted $100 bond
each. Thev were booked as Frank
lin T. Chase, 28, and Clifford W.
Richmond, 21, both of Portland.
Frl. Aug. 16, 1957 The Newt-Review, Roseburg, Ore. 11
Agriculture Director Claims Partial Victory
SALEM ufl Slate Agriculture
Director Robert J. Steward claim
ed a partial victory Thursday in
his petition to suspend an order
reducing freight rates on fresh
meals from the Midwest lo ine
Pacific Coast.
Steward pointed out that while
the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion permitted Ihe reduction to go
into effect, 'he commission did or
der an investigation.
Steward said this means the
railroads will have to prove that
the reduction is reasonable.
Eighty Oregon farm and busi-
SHARED LOW INCOME
PORTLAND Itfl A union offi
cial Wednesday said most depart
ment and variety store employes
are included in the 40 per cent of
United States families which
share only 15 per cent of the na
tional income.
The comment was mado by
Sam Mevers. Washington, D. C.
vice president of the Retail Clerks
International Assn., at a workshop
meeting of union representatives
here.
FROM NINE TO FIVE
By Jo Fischer
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MASO. ILL 111 ,
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Ccyj't you go slower? My money is running out too fast
ness groups protested the reduc
tion. The petitions asked that If
the reduction is permitted, there .
be a similar reduction on west
bound livestock.
TOUR SLATED
KLAMATH FALLS HI - A five-"
day tour of Oregon schools and
industries will begin Friday for 50
youngsters from the Klamath In
dian Reservation. ,
The tour will take the group to
Portland, Salem, Corvallis and
Eugene.
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deuces
13 Musical
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15 et
mesdames
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18 The play
happily
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to work
21 The right
of the bed
23 sister
24 Tree juice
27 Evict
29 Keats, for
Instance
32 Card game
84 Bee
settlement
38 aside
87 Clergyman
38 no evil
39 A ot
the tongue
41 Compass point
42 French dance
44 of Satan
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49 Evade
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54 Those who
can read
and write
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88 Afternoon
parties
59 Dawn goddess
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kitten
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6 Mistreats
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6 Nuisances
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crafts
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11 meeting
16 Gibbering
20 A of
conversation
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31 Ninevah
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candidate
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river
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Indians
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official
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v being
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suffix
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