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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
This Week in Defense
President Roosevelt in u letter to steel, copper, aluminum, rubber and
ol the House chemicals, might be put into e ffect
within three months. Mr. Nelson also
Ways ond Means committee said ad
“ fro ze ” all stocks o f magnesium and
ditional taxe» are needed to absorb allocated such stocks to defense or.
purch.using power and “ prevent a tiers only. He ordered production of
fu .ther snarp increase in the cost light trucks fo r civilian use in Jan
o f living.” The Senate passed and uary 1942 cut to 40 percent below
returned to th^ liou e lo r concur the output fo r January o f this year.
rence in amendments a bill to ‘ freeze* He also extended priority assistance
rents in the District of Columbia as to production o f materials fo r repairs
o f Junuary 1, 1941. Price adminis- to elevators and escalators and fo r
trotor Hendetson announced execu. construction o f conveyor machinery
tive s; les engineers with extensive
experience in the industry machinery Conservation of Materials
field are needed in the OPA. Mr.
Associate price administrator E l
Hendeinon also announced temporary
liott announced “ The Consumer's
stabilization o f prices o f a large var
Pledge fo r Total Defense,” -which
iety o f builders hardware ami of
rug:; and carpets. He asked manufac
turers o f mettal office furniture not
to raise prices above the levels o f
November 0 when the OPM curtailed
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A Time N and Modern
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT AT EAGLE CREEK
Music by Tiny and His Wranglers
Every Suntlay Night at
RIVERSIDE HALL, WILLAMETTE
KWJJ Every Sunday at 3 P. M.
^ Q t . $2.10;
It is both smart and patriotic to
be thri.ty ‘ hese days when food waste
is frowned upon both by the givern-
ment ami one’s hank account. Repre
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. JAS SARCt AY S CO., i n a i n o , OlTSOt T, MICH., MORIA, I I I .
sentatives o f the governinentt'a con.
suim-r division are now circulating
pledge blanks on which one promises
to avoid waste in managing a home.
Much waste can be avoided in plan
ning meals ahead o f time points out
Miss Lucy A. Case extension nutri-
tiouist at Oregon state college. \\ i ,e
bu,vers buse their shopping plan on
advance meal plans although these
may he changed in the light o f unex
pected opportunities found at the
stori. Improper storage is another
forni th ief says Miss Case.
A h nonneos
To settle all o f the confusion ab
out some states celebrating Thanks-
giviing on one Thursday and others
on another Thursday maybe we
should hereafter have tw o Thanksgiv
ings in all states.
of .>Ii‘lz»i>i,'s lEasoiiioiit
T oy land
This year at least Americans have
so many things to be thankful for
that it might well require two days
to do an adequate job o f giving I
Lome and see the hundreds of Toys of Every Description
on display, the Games, the Dolis, Buggies, Books, Animals, W a
gons, Skiis, Trains, Scooters, Bicycles, Sleds, Guns, Trucks, A r
chery sets, Skates, Etc.
Perhaps one Thursday should be
devoted to giving thanks fo r our per
sonal blessings and the other fo r our
country, fo r its freedom,, its riches, |
its production capacity and the gen
ius o f its leaders.
Bring the Chil
dren to visit this
Watch for our Xmas and
Toy Broadcast in the mail
Your Xmas gift problems
will be easily solved if you
come to our store where
you will find appropriate
gifts for every member of
Thanksgiving is the time fo r us
to reflect on these blessings and to
pledge ourselves to their preserva
Food Thrift both Smart
and Patriotic Nowaday»
When we compare America with
any other country in the world it
seems as though God has showered us
with favors which have been denied
to all other people. Practically any
thing you can think of, food, cloth,
ing, housing, mw materials, comfort,
gold, education, freedom, churches,
we have in greater abundance than
any other nation.
Buy V oiii *
President Roosevelt created an
emergency board to report within .'10
days on a dispute between the m il-
way express agency, Inc., and team
sters and chauffers. OPM associate
director Hillman said “ the record in
Washington shows every difference
between labor and management has
a basis fo r solution” without a strike
Labor Secretary Perkins certified to
the defense mediation board the trea-
tened strike o f employees o f the
waterfront employers association of
Seattle, Washington. The U. S. con.
ci hat ion service announced settle
ment o f 47 other disputes.
calls fo r elimination o f waste and
careful buying. She said business and
civic organizations, the Boy Scouts,
merchants, church groups,
trade unions and women's organiza
tions are cooperating to make copies
o f the pledge available to Am erica’ s
The OPM and
O P A asked stove manufacturers to
elliminate steel coverlids fo r domes
tic cooking ranges by December 16.
The agencies estimated the change
would save 2500 tons of steel in
Priorities director Nelson began
co'lection o f month-by-month esti
mates o f requirements for critical
materials from all industries as a
step toward eventual allocation of
all critical materials both to defense
and non-defense industries. He said
such a program, to apply first to 1942.
Tune in on
FRIDAY. NOV. 2«. 1941
Thruout the world today millions
o f people are looking to America
with envy and with hope. The unfor
tunate people o f Europe and Asia
see our country as the neatest thing
to heave« on earth and they also
see us as the one nation which has
the strength, the morale and the vis
ion needed to make the world o f the
future a better place to live.
A world made up countries like
America is the dream o f all other
peoples. W e should thank God that
we happen to be part o f this great
free nation and ask God heelp us
in the major role which we have a.-*-
sumed in sptteading the igospel o f
freedom to all o f mankind.
W . M etzger & Co.
Gresham, Orego i
AT HEW LOW PRICES
A kitchen shower was given at
the home o f Mrs. Johnnie Marrs in
honor o f Miss Ivalou Kiishpaugh on
Thursday. Games were played. The
many lovely gifts were opened and
Lunch was served to Mrs. Marie
Stahlnecker, and children, Mrs. Lin
da Hunter, o f Colton, Mrs. Grace
Spradlin and children, Mrs. Irene Pe
dersen and baby, Mrs. Ethel Horner,
Mrs .Chas. Colson, Mrs. Evelyn Stahl
necker, Mrs. M ary Kishpaugh, and
Mrs .Elmer Jacques, Mrs. Dallas Kish
paugh and baby, Mrs. Vivian Kish
paugh and two children and the host
ess and guest o f honor.
1 Yr., And Any
Unable to attend but sending gifts
were Mr«. Della Marrs, Mrs .Rex Or-
ser, Mrs. A lice Pedersen, Miss Janet
Pedersen ,Mrs. Dan Stahlnecker and
The tone o f the German press has
undergone a curious change. For in
stance in a recent article propoganda
director Goebbels seemed actually
pessimistic as to Germany’s chances
He didn't say that in clear words o f
course but the intimitation was that
the Reich had a mighty tough job c,.i
her hands and that victory was far
It is generally belived in military
quarters that th?h blitz technique has
finally failed. It worked with France,
Poland, the Low Countries and else
where. But it didn’t work with Eng
land. And It isn’t working in Russia.
The war is becoming more or le.-s
stabilized. It Is turning into a war
o f resources. H itler’s prime concern
now is to orian ize Germar. "C o n tr o l
led Europe into the vast producing
machine that the Nazi armies need.
And the democracies' prime concern
is to out produce him in aU fields.
Mi . Churchill’ s recent statement to
the effect that the British airforce
; is at least equal to Germany’s is
not regarded as braggadocio by those
who have access to the facts. Eng,
lard has done wonders in building up
air power and American aid is s"h_
| stantial and increasing. The demo
cracies are gaining ground now, but]
they have a long way to go still. H :t - !
ler's land forces are still the best!
equipped and best trained on ea th.j
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