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OLACKAMAS COUNTY N IW S
Clackamas County News
Standard Super Service
Dr. H. A. Schneider
Tel. Sandy 151
O. D. EBY
Attorney at Law
Oregon City, Oregon
S. E. WOOSTER
Real E.tate, Loan», Insurance
Tel Gresham 210
Cooper & McAllister
I mm • f f T S T A R D I N G
I WASHER V A L U E . . . . .
Tel. Gresham 262
PLATNER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Clackamas County Bank Bldg.
Office Hours, 2 to 8 P. M.
Evenings, Saturday and Sunday
Tel. Sandy 441
L. A. CHAPMAN
0 r »*<,n
Calls attended Day or Night
Tel. S6-7 or 56-61
E. O. WILLSON, D. M. D.
211-13 Postal Bldg
S. E. Cor. 3rd and Washington
Telephone At. 3403
L. L. JONES & SONS
Monument and Marker Display
pposite new Postoffice, Gresham,
oy Bohannon, Mgr., Tel. 248.
ferthwestern Mutual Fire Ins. Ce
Aetna Fire Ins. Co.
Tel. Estacada 84-1
Maboatouim'l PRYHIEIIT PLfln.‘.
¡ A.W. Metzger A Co.
Amiton’s Furniture Exchange
led Electrical Contractor
IOT POINT MAJOR
. 2, Estacada, Oregon
Tal. Estacada 97-3
>R. H. M. KRAMER
905 Weatherly Bldg.
E. Grand and Morrison
Tel. EA 9445
Res. Phone Mur. 8318
■ral Carpentry, Repaire,
lam bing and Painting _
JACOBSON FUNEBAL H O I
lolstoring and Fornitura
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Dr. Thomas B. Carter
Announcing . . .
the Grand Opening of the New
DR. H. and
FRIDAY, OCT. 10 ,1941
with textiles reports Mi* Lucy Case,I
extension specialist in clothing and
textiles *:t Oregon state college.
From the chemical vats now comes
materials that are made into hats,
L. D. MEADE, Editor and Publisher
dresses, underclothing, shoes, hose,
Publishi'(l weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Clackamas County, .Oregon. gloves, purses .perfume .jewelry and
Entered in the postoffice at Eatacada, Oregon, as second-calsa matter. umbrellas. For the household one
can get chemically made table “ lin_
In Clackamas County, one year *1.50; outside the county and in the State en” plates, dishes, brushes of all,
of Oregon, one year *2.00; outside the State of Oregon, one year *2 So - kinds, sponges, lamp shades, draper
foreign *3.00 a year. Subscriptions are payable in advance
ies, bedspreads, rugs and chandeliers.
Even this is only the beginning of
current week, advertising copy should reach this office not later than the list of chemical articles which in
Rates for advertising made known on applioatton. Advertisers will please clude« everything from fishnets and
take note that to insure insertion of advertisement in the issue of the tennis racquet strings to baseball and
Tuesday noon. Assistance ci eo-fujly j v en in the preparation of copj basketball suits.
At 12-Mile Corner Intersection of Base
Even more startling are things to
You can find many and various re come
Line a«d Gresham Road
according to the information
ports on American shipments to Eng. reaching
It has long been believed in many land ranging from the wildly optim laboratories. Among thesse are stock
to the darkly pessimistic. A ings that can be expected to wear al
circles that two factors would ev_ istic
first hand report recently appeared most
a year ,rugs that are moth
entually defeat Hitler. First ,the in Raymond Clapper’s syndicated col
scope of American material aid to umn. Mr. Capper is a forthright and proof, dust proof and spot proof and
You are cordially invited to inspect this new
Britian and her allies; second, a slow able journalist and lately spent con a straw hat that won’t fade or wilt
which is of most motlern design.
ling down of production inside Ger siderable time in England finding out in the rain.
many due to lack of certain basic for himself how matters stand. His
Large lubricating room equipped with latest
supplies which are vital to the ex report is far from encouraging- used successfully in parachutes is
of pressure lubricating equipment.
istence of the civilian population as When it comes to lend-lease deliver
well as to Hitler’s gigantic military ies he wrote, "The figues in terms of world. The entire output is now be
Large, comfortable, modern rest rooms and
effort. Now is a good time to exam appropriations, allocations and trans ing used by the government but will
ine just wlhat effect those factors a'e fers are large. In terms of deliveries
having on the war.
they shrink like a pair of wool socks synthetic silk articles that can be
A SUPER SERVICE STATION BUILT AND OP
in the laundry” Food for instance
ERATED TO GIVE YOU BETTER SERVICE
is one of England’s principal needs. These man made chemical marvels
Yet ,he stated only about 200,000 are especially popular be cause they
IK iinn H I A k in , J r . M a n a g e r
tons of lendrlease food, equal to two
entirely under the control of the
and a half days English consumption are
manufacturer points out Miss Lane.
had arrived when he was there a lit. Always
uniform and standaid these
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We are far behind schedule on spun
shipping arms he continues, notably whim of the silk worm as is the case
the tanks and bombing plage» which with pure silk.
represent one of Britian’a most Im A t the same time there apparently
W. W. SIEMENS
portant military lacks. To use his own will always be a place for the natural
words “So far as the British are con fibers as is indiicated by the ex
cerned ours is still a ‘popgun arsenal’ treme demand for wool to meet the
Expert Watch Repairing
Not long back Senator Byrd made present military and civilian needs.
Former Post Office Bldg.
similar statements and declared that
effort has been a failure.
LET FREEDOM RING
Powell Blvd. Gresham, Ore. defense
He backed up that criticism with a
NOW ANY FAMILY
mass of statistics. While the accuracy ‘‘Freedom of the press” like the
of some of these figures has been de words liberty and democracy have
CAN AFFORD A NSW
nied the President himself admitted been heard so often by generations
that the Senator’s gloomy verbal pic
that they have lost
Paint & Wallpaper Store ture of American plane production a of lot Americans
We in America
don’t know anything but freedom of
Sign Painting Picture Framing was The “substantially
fault for the lag in arms ship the press, liberty and democracy.
ments can be ldid at many doors. We’ve had them for generations.
Powell, Blvd, Gresham Some segments of labor have certain So when the newspapers of the
ly been as non-cooperative as possi. U. S. who are now celebrating Na
Thti Zenith washer is an
achievement in design, qu al
ble. Some industries also deserve tional Newspaper week emblazon
ity and price that puts it at
that indictment .There has been too these high sounding fwiords across
the very top In washing
much delay and buck-passing and di their pages many readers are apt to
machine value. You’ ll be
thrilled at its beauty. You'll
vided responsibility in Washington. yawn over them and pass on to the
WHEN YOU FIND—
be amazed at the faster,
is becoming apparent that all funnies.
Something on easy terms like It groups
more efficient woy it gets
in this country are going to It’s not that Amtyicans do not
these it's best to grab for they
dothos glistening clean . . .
at the extra velume o f
won't last. 10 acres cleaied, 4 have to undergo much change for the appreciate their freedoms. They ap
clothes it handles. Best o f
tim ber pasture, good soil, good better if the arms drive is to even preciate them more each day as they
all, you'll find it priced fa r
road, bus to high school, well, ca partially justify the high hopes held read about the wiping out of free
less than you'd expect for
bin, barn, all fenced and cross
such quality—-and with tow
fenced. *1200 cash, *200 balance, for it.
dom in all other parts of the world.
monthly terms every family
$50 and 5 peicent interest semi
Going on to the second factor, But at the same time it’s hard for
can a fford one . . . no fami
Newsweek recently made a survey anyone to become emotionally ar
ly can afford to be with
of the extent to which the war has oused over something he has never
GOING BACK TO MINN. attained
Nazi economic power. The been without.
German people are still living on ra For comparison imagine the ex
Must sell in a few days nice tions
which would seem completely citement there would be in Germany
home 9 acres s-mooth land, good
soil on good road, two bedroom inadequate to heavy-eating Ameri if the newspapers came out with the
house, basement, barn, poultry cans .This fall for the fir-si, time even
$ ¡ 9 4 .9 5
announcing “Freedom of,
house, hog house, pump house, el potatoes were rationed. The meat al headlines
ectric pump, wood shed, 8 bearing lowance is minuscular. This years the press”. It would cause cheering,
in the streets, expressions of fear on!
walnut, plums, prunes, cheeries,
1 mile of town, only *2000. $500 European harvest was 25 percent be. the face of the people would turn | E
down will handle, 5 percent in low normal. Even so Germany has to joy and there would be nation
big enough food reserves to last a wide celebrations.
To all people freedom is a precious
TEN YEARS TO PAY long Germany’s
vital coal supplies have thing. But it is the people who are
suddenly given freedom after years ¡5
10 acres, 1 cleared, fir, alder
maple timber, level land mostly Polish, Belgian and French mines. of bondage who feel the full force
fenced, well, good road. $800, Coal Is Hitler’s most Important as of its meaning.
set, as it is the source of ersatz oil If our freedom of the press were
and rubber and is the backbone of suddenly exingui.-du-d democracy and
his munitions industries. He appar all of the other freedoms it stands
CAN’T GO WRONG
will not lack an adequate am-
would imnvedfcitefy disappear.
*3000 for house centrally locat ently
ed in Gresham, large living dining mount although according to News We would be left in the dark as to
room with fireplace, builtin bed week German production has lately what our government was doing, what
in kitchen, bedroom, bath, first
due to tong hours, inexper- was happening in foreign countries
floor, 2 bedrooms, sleeping porch, declined
miners and the general weari and what fate had in store for us.
toilet second floor, basement, 2 enced
lots on corner, only *500 down, ness war produces in strictly ration We would be guided in our thinkng E Powell Boulevard
5 percent interest. See it before ed populations.
by rumors ond lies instead of facts.
it is too late.
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en Germany enough steel to carry by rumors and lies instead of facts,
The MEYERS SERVICE on .Also she has taken over enough us to do. We would have no appeal
oil lands to fulfill her military re to public opinion.
quirements though there is practi It isn't a pleasant picture but is
cally none left over for civilian use. the picture of most countries in the
the opening of
Big German shortage is in the tex world today. We don’t expect it to
tile field. She has almost no cotton happen here. But it can happen here
little wool. Hitler has so far if our people continue to take ovr
Evelyn M. Lawrence and
made up for part of this lack by freedoms for granted .The way we
systematically looting the occupied
prevent it is to arm ourselves
Former P. G, E. Location,
Agent for Aetna Casualty and countries of all the textiles his ag can
mentally against any such eventual
Capitol Fire insurance Co.
Summing up Germany is the pos made, within or without our country,
New and Uaed Furniture, Stoves and Heateib, Floor Coverings.
Accident and Health Insurance session
of sufficient basic supplies to curb the free press to “shoot first.’
We buy. sell and exchange.
to last for two or three years at
SERLEY line of Davenos and Mattresses
lea -t. German technicians have per BOB MULVEY NAMED OFFICER
GIVE US A TRIAL
formed wonders In inventing and OF STATE REPUBLICAN CLUB
perfecting wtorkable substitutes for
materials. Her most serious Robert Mulvey deputy district at.
DR. L. W. GRIFFITH scarce
she has little of tom ey and president of the Clacka
A complete optical aervice no copper, is tin, metals,
lead .nickel or chorem mas
county republican club has been
but she has plenty o( aluminum now elected
vice president of the Ore
republican club for the
France and the Balkans are hers to first congressional
Broken lenses duplicated
command. All in all the hope that or was conferred district.
Eyeglass frames repaired while
upon him at the
convention held at Roseburg
future because of a material short state
W . invito comparison o f oorvico.
We strive to conduct each service in a digni
age seems to tenuous to be worth He succeeds Dr .C. K .Chapman of
quality and prlie
We do our own grinding
fied, conscientious and courteous manner.
Oreegon City who was elected treas
VISION OPTICAL CO. to Toe is Modern Marv.l
O ffic e oo Pow ell Blvd, opposite
Falconry In China and Japan
A chemical costume from head to Falconj
was known la (’bins
Tel. Gr.sh.ss 117, ep
2,000 B. C- and la Japan at
Portland B R A . 9971
continuoued scientific development early as 000 B. (X