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TOKYO i ITU - With the ap
proach of New Year', Japan's
biggest holiday and drinking rea
son, a Japanese newspaper today
published seven drinking rules lor
"We do not think drinking is
bad but we don't like the sight
of drunken women." said the
newspiper Sankei Sliimbun. "Of
course.- the women would like to
hit back and say "how about
those drunken men.
"But women when drinking i
must be careful to preserve their
feminine traits. Compare! to men,
the drinking history of women is
short, indeed, and there have
been a lot of embarrassing" in
cidents." List Of "Mus:"
The newspaper then suggested
the following "musts' for women
who drink during the holiday
Don't have any false pride
and say you can drink when you
can't, or say modern women must
Beware of m?n who tell you
to drink because women are
charming when they have a few
Don't forget yourself even if I
you drink and resort to obscene
talk. You might , find yourself
popular with the men at the time
but it will boomerang against you
Don't spoil a drinking party
by staying in a corner or glaring
at those drinking ..(cave the room
or go home. 1
Folk Misht Warry
Be punctual and return home
at the time you said you would
do so. If you don't, your folks
will worry and you will be drink
ing until late.
You may get drunk although
you intended to take only a few
drinks so be sure to have some
one escort you home.
After you get home, go quietly
to sleep and get a good rest in
stead of waking up all the folks
and bothering them with foolish
At High Figure
NEW YORK (UPI) The cur
rent issue of Business Week esti
mated that total personal income
in Oregon for 19S9 will be $3,838,
000,000. This represents an in
crease , of , 7.8 per cent over 1958
personal income in Oregon of $3.
557,000,000. The magazine also offered a
"New Year's prediction" of what
personal income will be at the
end of 1960. For Oregon Business
Week predicted the personal in-
i-uiiiu wouiu rise a per cent 10
To Keep Infant
WHITLEIGH, England il'PH
A couple who planned to give
away their fourth baby so they
could afford a television set have
decided against it because of
pressure from the neighbors.
"Dozens of people told us that
if we gave the child away 'You've
had it.' Well, you can't do with
out neighbors," said Bill Wil
liams. Williams, 35. makes $21 a week
as a landscae gardener.
"We have three boys." he said,
"that's all we wanted. It was
either keeping the baby that is
coming or getting the telly. I
couldn't afford both.
"But because of a slip of the
tongue the neighbors got to know.
There was hell to pay. So the
missus and I decided not to give
the child away and forget having
United Press International
MADRID. Spain U'PI' Ante
Pavelic, 70. former Nazi puppet
premier of Croatia, died Monday
in the German hospital here, it
was announced Tuesday.
NAARDEN. Holland (UPI)
Former University of North Ca-o-lina
Professor Edward M. Car
roll, 66, died Monday at a hospl
tal here. He left North Carolina
last June and came to Holland
to marry a Dutch journalist and
writer. Mary Post.
CAPETOWN. South Africa
(UPI Mrs. Leila Reitz. 72.
South Africa's first woman mem
ber of Parliament and the widow
of Denys Deitz, one-time South
American high commissioner in
London, died Tuesday at her
JEWELER KILLS SELF
CenOA. Italy ( UPI' - Ulderi
co Testelli. a 60-year-old jeweler,
killed himself Monday on the way
to a hospital for treatment of in
juries from a first suicide attempt,
police reported. Testelli threw him
self under the wheels of a truck
He was pulled out alive and
placed In an automobile. En route
to the hospital, he produced a gun
and shot himself three time in
Wad., Dac. 30, 1959
NOTICE TO MINING CLAIMANTS
(Proceeding No. FS M l)
Publish! d purkuani io section 5
of the Act f Julv 23, 1!55 69
Slat. M7i. .
Te whomever ir may concern:
Notice is hereby given in pur
suance of a p:opir, Itcgurst (or
Publication hmtol'ere tiled in
accordance with section 5 of the
Act of July 23, Isis 6 Stat. 3i7'.
and the reflations thereunder 43
CFR 185.123 183 127'.
1. That on Julv 22. 159 the
Chief. Forest Service. Departmtnl
of Agriculture, whese addres is
Washington 25. DC, filed in the
Land O.'fice of the Bureau ol Land
Management. Department of the
Interior, at 809 N. K. Sixth Avenue.
Portland 12. Oregon, a request for
publication ef notice to all mineral
locators or eny person claiming
under them involving a mining
claim or claims located on lands
in the Counties of Baker. Grant,
and Union. Stale o( Oregon, dc
scrifivd as follows, to wit:
The Baker "B" Area. 6 SR17-12.
Whitman National Forest. The
unsurveyrd sections listvd are
these which would probably em
brace the lands when the pubUc
land surveys are extended to such
T. 4 S R. It E., SWI4NW4.
WUSWH Sec. 31: SKSE"-4 Sec.
32. T. 5 S., R, 31 E, Sees. 4 to M
incl.i Sees. 16 to 21 incl.: W'4
Sec. 28: Sees. 29 and 30: K'i, NW4
Sec. 31 ; Sec. M. T, $., R. 37 E.,
I'nsurveyed Sees. 1 to 36 incl. T.
5., R. 38 E., S'jNW'4. W4SW
SecO; SWNWV4, WSWV Sec.
7; MVV4NW4 Sec. 18. T. 7 S., R. 37
E., Unsurveyed Sees. 1 to 36 incl.
T. J S., R. 38 E., NWV4 Sec. 5.
T. I S., R. 31 E., S' Sec. 5; Sees.
6 to 8 incl.: Sees. 17 to 20 incl.;
NtNBti Sec. 22: N'jNWH Sec.
"23: Sees. 29 to 34 incl.
. 2. That if any person claiming
or asserting under, or by virtue
of, any anpatented mining claim
located prior to July 23, 1955. any
right, title, or interest in the vege
tative surface resources and 0 her
surface resources, under such
mining claim, contrary to or in
conflict with the limitations or re
strictions specified in section 4
of said act, as to the above
described lands or any part there
of, shall fail to file in the Land
Office of the Bureau of Land
Management st 1109 N. E. 6th
Avenue, Portland 12, Oregon, ard
within 150 days from the below
stated date of first publication of
this Notice, a verified statement
which shall set fcrth as to such
111 The date of location;
(21 The book and page of re
cordation of the notice or cer
tificate of location:
(31 Th? section or sections of
the public land surveys which
embrace such mining claim; or if
such lands are unsurvcyed either
tlic section cr sections which would
probably embrace Such mining
claim when the public land surveys
are extended to such lands or a
tie by courses and distances to
an approved United States mineral
(4 Whether such claimant 1s
!a locator or purchascr under such
(5) The name and address ol
such claimant and names and ad
dresses so far as known to the
claimant of any other person or
persons claiming any interest or
interests in or under such un
patented mining claim: such
failure shall be conclusively
deemed (i to constitute a waiver
and relinquishment by such mining
claimant of any right, title, or
interest under such mining claim
contrary to or in conflict with the
limitations or restrictions specified
in section 4 of the Act of July 23.
1955 (69 Stat. 367i, as to un
patented claims located after that
date, and (ii to constitute a
consent by such mining claimant
that such unpatented mining claim
shall be subject to said limitations
and restrictions, and (iiii to pre
clude thereafter, prior to issuance
of patent, any assertion by such
mining claimant of any right or
title to or interest in or under such
mining claim contrary to or in
conflict with said limitations or
restrictions. Section 4 provides,
generally, the unpatented mining
claims located after July 23. 1055
shall not be used for purposes other
than prospecting, mining, or pro
cessing operations, or uses reason
ably incident thereto: that such
claims located after July 23. 1955
shall not be used for purposes
other than prospecting, mining,
or processing operations, or uses
reasonably incidnt thereto: thst
such claims will be subject to the
right of the United States to man
age and dispose of the vegetative
surface resources thereof and to
manage other surface resources
thereof: and that, except to the
xtent required for mining opera
ions and uses reasonably incident
thereto or to provide clearance for
such operations or uses, claimants
0' such claims shall not use or
dispose of vegetative or other
surface resources thereof: and
that, except for clearance for
such purposes, any permitted
severance or removal of timber
must be in accordance with sound
principles of forest management.
Said section 4 also provides that
any use of the surface of any such
mining claim by the United States,
its permittees or licenscs. shall
be such as not to endanger or
materially interfere with the pros
pecting, mining, processing nr
reasonably incident uses by the
The date of first publication of
hi Notice shall be December 23.
Dated. November 25, 1959
VIRGIL O. SE1SER
- Manager. Land Office
Bureau of Land Management
Department of the Interior
First publication: Dec. 23, 1959
Putr-Oec. 23, SO, 1959, Jan. 6. 13.
JOf V, Feb. 3, 10, k 17. I0
United Press International
AVID TV VIEWER
' TIWII'K, Tex. il'Pli - Bill
Chihlers. a poultry farmer, re
ported he was so interested in a
Civil War movie on television
showing raiders burning crops
and barns that he didn't notice
his own bain 0:1 fire until it ha.l
burnctl to the grounil.
FON'TAN A. Calif. IT1 -The
Fonta".;i public library reporte l
Tuesday that an autobiography
of an actor was returned by
omeone who apoarently didn't
think too much of the actor. Be
tween two pages, apparently as a
bookmark, was a slice of ham
The library did not disclose the
ENDS LONG WAIT
SAN FRANCISCO ITI -Mrs.
Lena Tow no, 75. w as granted an
interlocutory divorce on the
ground of desertion Tuesday when
she told the court she hadn't seen
her husband since he kissed her
goedbje and went off to work
48 vears ago.
MARYSVILLE, Calif. (CPU -Charles
V. Van vorst, 20. a
convicted burglar, was granted
trusty privileges Christmas Day
at the Yuba County jail. He s al
ready lost them.
Van Vorst broke' out early Tues
day, and in the three hours be
fore he was captured he bur
glarized three service stations,
two cafes and the oftices of the
California division of highways.
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when you KILL, the ad.
ANY GIRL in trouble, or needing
a friendly adviser write, tele
phone or stop in at the Salvation
Army, 211 Fir St. WO 3-2941.
10 Lost & Found 10
LOST: Keys on ring. Reward. Con
tact La Grande Police Station.
1 1 Schools, Instru'n. 11
Due to retirement 4 death many
men are needed to li'l positions
on Rail Roads. Learn Account
ing & Communicatiens. Openings
in all areas. Train now for se
cure future. G. I. APPROVED.
For personal interview write
Box 41. La Grande Observer,
giving nam?, tddress & Pho.
Strange As It Seems
"BEtf" ONE f0N
OF GOLD KT0 A SWEET
6 peer square
12 Baby Smart 12
Care for children in my home at
any time. WO 3-2641.
19 Help Wd., Female 19
WANTED: Full time experienced
person to live in, for office work
at Hot Lake.
23 Work Wanted 23
HEAVY equipment operator with
10 years experience or truck
driving, any kind. Contact at
26 Money To Loan 26
One Call Service
SECUKITY lan & Finance
WO 3-3134 llti Depot
30 Misc. For Sale 30
CAR RADIOS FOR SALE
'53 Pontine; '53 Ford; '52 Ford;
'50 Chev. Pickup: '55 Fcrd;
Small, compact, Universal Mo
torola, built in speaker.
LA GRANDE Al'TO SALVAGE
Corner Fir and S Streets
LATE MODEL PHILCO & RCA
TV sets Demonstrators ft
floor samples PRICED TO
RADIO MUSIC SUPPLY
1213 Adams WO 3-4232
TV Cable hookup Certificate, $15.
Phono WO 3-50O4.
40 Farmers Column 40
STILL available, FREE cawdust
ft wooo cmps. we load, you
haul, all you v. ant. Access to yard
off Island City Hiway, open
Mon. thru Fri., 7:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. MOUNT EMILY
41 Livestock Wtd.
La Grande Livestock Comm. Co
Sale Every Thursday
Phone Office WO 3-2600
SO Fuel Supplies
14" MILL WOOD
Call WO 3-5642 or Union 3651.
Box 185. Union. Ore.
56 Apt. Rentals 56
Housekeeping ft sleeping rooms.
Close in. reasonable. 101 Wash
STEAM heated furn. apartment.
Close to town. 1306 O Ave.
5 ROOMS furnished, ground lloor,
private bath. EaraRe. 902 Penn.
20 Service Directory 20
When you need a specialized service call one of
the firms or individuals listed here!
arc wonderful . . . but oh the orry
finding time to do the laundry
Stop th? fuss . . . Let
CLARK'S LAUNDRY SERVICE
take care of it. WO 3-2K06
New Fuller Brush Dealer
Harold Wright WO 3-4691
MAKE YOUH SON
In his Own Security
Fred J. Young
Personal Insurance Specialist
Sacajawea Hot"l Iibby WO 3-2261
TV ft Radio Repairs
Island City Hiway WO 3-3251
DAVE'S RADIO & TV
WO 3-3085 Eve. call accepted
STAN'S TREE SERVICE
Topping, trimming, removing.
Free estimate Insured
Will give credit. WO 3 3601
FOR your roofing, siding re
modeling CALL L. A. JAMES
CO. Free est. WO 3-8454.
PH. WO a-toii "
RADIO & TV TUBES
FOR prompt aervfee, first ds
work, reasonable prices WO 3
3250. I.A GRANDE MATTRESS
4 LTHOLSTERY. - .
BOLT FROM THE BLUE,
SC EsTi&'S FOUND ALLOYS
C; NICKEL IN
ME'E:SiTE5 AND UStDTHt
KM.VIEIJE TO PZIDXE A .
HARDER Ty?E OF STEEL,'
csam op Float bjilceks
mrs. isabella. s. '
of Pastdent, CUtf,
HA6 DESISKED 0VEK
250 FLOATS FOE
THE TOURNAME-Uf Of
W THE- L&ST
SHE HAS THE DiSTffiCTOM
CF HAVIN3 DECORATED
TwE FIRST AUTOMOBILM
WHICH El ER APPEALED
V IV THE PARAD& .k
56 Apt. Rentals 56
SMALL lurnished upstairs apt.
private bath. 'JU5 bpnng. WO 3-
Modern apt., steam heat. 2 blocks
irom college. 11U7 wn. Two
3-LARGE room apt., furnished.
isi noor, 3. i4ua vtn.
NICELY' furnished steam heated
apt., electric refrigerator ft
stove. TV Cable available. Wash
fur information inquire
DESIRABLE unfurnished duplex,
ground floor. WO 3-3831.
MODERN 2room furnished apt.
Private bath. 1206 N.
MODERN steam heated bachelor
apt., clean, close in. 1902 2nd.
REAL good apt. for rent, steam
heat, furnished. $65. per mo.
Call WO 3-5533 Foley Build
ATTRACTIVE fur. apt. reasonable.
City Center Motel. WO 3 5750.
NEW APTS. down-town lo
cation. Appliances furnish
ed on request. Can be
207 Depot WO 3-3173
57 Apts., Unfurn. 57
UNFURNISHED 1-bedroora duplex
Phone WO 3-2050
4 BOOM unfurn. apt., garage,
steam heat 1433 Adams. WO 3
2015. NEW unfurn. duplex. $75., avail-
able Jan. 3. 1608 K. WO 3-2702.
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom du
plex, basement, furnace, wired
for range. Adults. See at 1508 6th.
Observer Want Ads Get Keoulu
58 Houses For Rent 58
3 BEDROOMS, full basement,
stoker, close in WO 3-23W.
2-BEDROOM unfurn. house. 5$40.
Not plumbed for washer. 1319 W.
SMALL cozy furn. house. $45 a
month. WO 3-3242. 2403 Depot.
1-BEDROOM furn house. $40 mo.
Inq. 1514 R. WO 3-3045.
Modern 2 bedroom house
5 ROOM house, partly furn., $55.
Water furn. Inq. 1405 7th.
3-BEDROOM house, furnace heat.
1306 Jackson. WO 3-2084.
Unfurn. 2 bedroom house, south
side. 1805 Alder. WO 3-3!)54.
30 Service Directory 20
The Fixit Shop
We repair bikes, washing ma
chines, small appliances, mowers.
Sayes & service on JACOBSEN
IN TROUBLE CALL WO 3 2604
THE MOST Complete Machine
Shop operation in Eastern Ore
gon. ROY FARN'UM SUPPLY,
1414 Adams, La Grande.
ABERDEEN & LION
Two of Utah's Finest Coals
Washed. Dried, Blended ft
Oiled. Order Yours Today!
BEAN VISUALINER wheel Align
ment ft HUNTER Balancing.
Annninlmnnt nf WhitA.1T.Walt
-FORD'S TIRE SERVICE
4lh & Jefferson WO J-2887
JONES BROS. Heating
Certified LENNOX Dealer
Island City Hiway WO 3-2421
FRIGID AIRE MAYTAG
Appliance Sales ft Service
DOLVEN S WO t 3327
FRONT-END Alignment WHEEL
Balantfrrg Ask about our
BUDGET REPAIR PLAN
' HUNTER'S GARAGE
160S Cherry WO 3-5933
BUILDING ft REMODELINO
Sewrles Construction, WQ 3 561J
78 Farms, Ranches 78
Benny Hicks . - WO 3-2423
Ben Dalo WO 3-4057
La Grande, Ore.
RA.NCH-N HOME REALTY
1103 Adams WO 3 5450
207 Depot WO 3 3173
79 Real Eitate Wtd. 79
This Year is Running out
.... and so are the
RANCH-N HO.MK Listings
List Your Property or
home with Us . . . It will
1103 Adams WO 3-5150
Merle Burling ft Marvin Moe
Westenskow & Nebeker
Real Estate ft Ins. Serv.
Bill King. Salesman' . . WO 3-4012
Foley Bldg. WO 3-5321
W. E. WILKINS
Real Estate & Insurance
Sac Annex Ph. WO S-21Sf
Real Estate ft Ins. Serv.
60 Houses For Sale 80
MIX WEi.L for happy
THE RIGHT HOME:
Five room modern, two
bedrooms plus full base-'
ment with third bedrcom,
fireplace, steam heat, hard
wood lloors. built-in book
cases, wired for wash-r
and dryer, new puint inside
THE RIGHT LOCATION :
Souihside. Immediate pos
session. Selling price
Real Estate & Ins.
Rill King, salesman WO 3-4012
Foley Bldg W O 3 5321
A t i KACTlVlv 3liedi'oi)i home in
find condition. Large "kitchen,
living room, dining room, full
basement, attached garage. Iilc; 1
location to all schools. 706 4th.
Ijtvton V. Cii'nham
87 Irrigation, Pumps 87
Wells & Pumps
'sland City Hy. WO 3 4524
J, C. TANDY, WELL DRILLING
Thief Valley Road
Box 223, North Powder Ph. 2436
95 Logging Equip't. 95
They're torture tested. Started
ft Stopped 57,329 times with
Sales & Service
2I514 Fir WO 3 5609
100 Autos For Sale
Gifts for the Indies
Gifts for the Men
Lynch Motor Co.
Sola or trad. '51 Buirk. Excel
lept running cond. WO J I4S6
95 Logging Equip't. 95
Homelite "Buz" , ,
Chain Saw S150.4
WoiKlit It; l,s. ... 5 Up.
2 Gl's -
83 Truck, Auto Rent. 98
Truck for rent you drive 1
Move yourself save half
MAC'S M0III1.K SERVICE 1
1434 Adams Phone WO S-440
100 Autos For Sale 100
All the Ganit . . . at
Mi it or Co.
'56 MERCURY in top condition
Will take cash or older model
car for my euity: Pay balance
at $4;oi) per mo. Hill Uetuiut
WO 3-3ISI before 5 p.m.
"TOO Autos For Sale 100
Why Wait? .... Get
1960 CLEANUP PRICES NOW!
19,r)9 SIMCA 4 Door Less than 7,000 miles, one
owner, reclining seats, like new condition, a real econ
SAVE at this Price $1645
1957 C1IKV. Uel Air 4 Door, power steering & brakes,
all luxurious, beautiful 2-tone.
PRICE Only $1695
195b' I'LYM. 2-door Station Watfon. Nice 2 lone red
& white, overdrive, excellent family car.
SAVE like '60 $1245 .
1953 CHEV. 2-Door $495.
1953 DODGE 4 Door $495.
Also large selection of lower priced vehicles
REDUCED PRICES-MUST BE SOLD
Home of the' Lark
9 Depot St. WO 3-2314
We're winding up our year
by HAND-ing you top Sav
ings on our A-l USED CARS
'59 FORD V8 " '59 PONT 4 door
4-Door with radio,
'58 PONT Coupe
V-8 engine, radio,
'54 MERC Sedan
4-Door, . radio, heater
line Above Cars Are Just An
Example Of The Top A-l Used
Cars You'll Find Here at
Every One Priced....
Models from '51's to '59's
WO 3-2161 '
Chestnut & Jpfferson
100 Autos Vor Sale 100
I TKAIU: NOW
For an OK Used Cur( ,
Yfiir car may make the down pay
Hi nt. ... No Payment until
February. Cunlncl Bob Goss
WO 3 2712 or VMl 3-221M.
I jo CHEV. 2-ilour V8. 3 speed
tram mission. radio, heater.
I Clean, low miles, WO 3-21137.
!'.VI CIIHV. guild condition. $200.
Wl) 3-5239 niter 6 p.nv
'53 DOIKiE Hardtop. 4 new nylun
tire Best otter. See at JACK
ft ED'S PAY1.KSS Station. 1802
FOR SALE: Repossession, will sell
i at our cost. l;04 Ford Custom
; line. Call WO 3-2 14L
! This Little erecting
Hopes you're all set
I For the
: Grandest 1 loli lav Season
j you've known yet:
j M. J. Goss Motor Co.
HAND KOlil) SALES
FOR FINER USED CARS
Chestnut ft Jcflersun WO 3-2161
"lOOAutos For Sale 100
radio, heater, automatic,
power brakes & steering
See this to appreciate it.
'59 FORD '6'
2-Door, radio, heater
'55 FORD '6''
'53 MERC Sedan
4-Door, radio, heater