Illinois Valley news. (Cave City, Or.) 1937-current, January 12, 1950, Image 10

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    Illinois Valley News, Thursday, January 12, 1950
More Range Land To
Be Made Available
Writing in Country Gentleman,
Fred Bailey says, “ Work is to
start next spring on one of the
largest reforestation and revege­
tation programs ever undertaken
by the Forest Service. It is to
include 4,000,000 acres of burned
and cut-over forest land and
h3,000,000 acres of range land in
need of reseeding; Forest Service
officials estimate the program,
when completed, will enable the
range lands to handle five to 10
times as many livestock as at
present.”
This is significant in the light
of recent developments.
This
country is a big meat consumer.
Yet leading authorities on diet
are now convinced that a still
higher level of average consump­
,
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Logging Operations
tion is extremely desirable in or­ I * t<£ v ‘
der to build our health and stam­
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lncrea’e ,n Our forest lands today often seem
g
ds under Forest Service more productive than in the past
ina as a people. Meat is one of
the best sources of protein; and direction fits in with these devel- because of the closer logging utill
protein, the scientists have found, opments. The meat industry, in zation made possible by re-logging,
is the food element which does the all its ramifications, is a big fac- yields from thinning, salvage of
most to create physical strength, tor in American living and the fire killed trees, and pre-logging
Franklin Fought Fire
resistance and mental morale. American economy.
A pioneer leader in American
In many kinds of illness high-
fire-fighting was Benjamin Frank
protein diets are now prescribed.
lin. following in the steps of Peter
It is forecast that the pation’s .
Stuyvesant, who is pictured on the
livestock population will increase |
commemorative stamp as “organ
very substantially during the ‘
izer of the first volunteer firemen
next few years. Various reason-, i
in America.” In 1736, Franklin
are responsible. One is our large J
helped set up Philadelphia's vol
W ill Be Open
unteer brigade known as the Union
supply of feed-grasses and grains;
Fire company. It served more than
produce which in many instances
For Business
80 years.
would be wasted entirely unless
used for animal husbandry.
Won Their Way
SATURDAY
Another is that meat animals can
There have been three vice-presi­
be raised on either a small or
dents who have been elected presi­
JANUARY 14
dent in their own right after hav­
large scale almost anywhere. And
ing succeeded to the presidency—
still another is tiiat, in the packing
Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Cool­
industry, the farmer has a year
idge and Harry S. Truman.
round cash market for his live-
Central Cafe
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$8.95 Jackets NOW
Jackets
Boys’ all-wool plaid shirts, sizes 6 to 12
TO
SELL
AT
WERE $3.89
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Rain Coats
N O T IC E
OUR
C a rd s
our
to
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Childrens’ sleepers— were $1.49
of
r e c e n tly
d a te .
r e q u ir e
tion s to be p a id
m a ile d
re m in d in g
e x p ir a tio n
re g u la tio n s
a ll
NOW
A GOOD THING
For A RAINY DAY
to k e e p
d a te .
our
m a ilin g
lis t
GROCERY
Friday-Saturday-Sunday
fl CMx.
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EXTRA LARGE EGGS,Fresh Local
Per Dozen
SHORTENING, Spry Crisco,
3 pounds for
COFFEE, Golden West, Hills, M .J.B.Jchilling’s,
rolgers, S. & W., Maxwell House' Sanka.
One
Two W | 1«
Pound
*
Pounds
*
PHONE 3802
to
A cup o f any kind o f gasoline burns for 2 hours.
Cooks anything. Heats water for drinking, washing
or shaving. For fishermen, hunters, campers, motor­
ists, bicyclists, picnickers. Come in and see
Coleman "GI” Stove today.
I Coleman
G. I? POCKET STOVE
Illinois Valley Hardware
The Hamiltons, Myo and Earl
To Illinois Valley Residents
ARE YOU
AWARE
That the Proposed Rogue Basin and Illinois
Valley Reclamation Project Will Invest
IOO MILLION DOLLARS in this Area?
This amount is 7 times the annual
business valume of GRANTS PASS!
This plan includes Illinois Valley, Applegate, Sunny
Valley, Merlin and Grants Pass — and preliminary
work could start in 1950. This session of congress
will be asked to approve “Plan A” ; it’s up to you to
see that this vital project, essential ts your future
prosperity, will be approved.
CANNED MILK, A ll Brands
Per Case
FLOUR, A ll Brands in Stock
50 Pounds for
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m illio n s w ill be apent r ig h t h e re in the R o g u e b aain ,
OWEN'S
N e a t Market
(Located at Model Grocery)
EASTERN OREGON BEEF
CHUCK ROAST
Per Pound
48©
RIB STEAKS
Per Pound
59©
e r r a tin g
joba a n d
b u y in g
m a te ria la .
m ilio n a w il be apent on w ages a lo n e !
N e a r ly
$40
T h e m a jo r it y
o f dam a proposed w ill be e a r t h - f ille d , re q u ir in g lit t le
e x p e n aiv e e q u ip m e n t
M o a t im p o r ta n t, th ia i t not a boom o r buat p ro je c t,
h u t w ill c o n tin u e aa lon g aa th e re i t la n d to be d e ­
velo p e d .
C o m p le tio n o f th e vaat p ro je c t w ill e n a b le
ua to baae o u r eco n o m y on a ta b le fa r m in g a n d in -
d u a try , r a t h e r th a n on o u r p re a e n t r a p id ly -fa d in g
tim b e r atanda and o u r u n p re d ic ta b le a n d in a d e q u a te
to u ris t tra d e .
R e m e m b e r, th e g re a te r p a r t o f thia e s tim a te d
CHEESE
up
Linkhart & McLean
MODEL
MEDIUM SHARP
Per Pound
It’s a complete kitchen stove telescoped into a
compact case not much bigger than a auart bottle o f
milk. (The holder makes two swell cooking utensils.)
in a d v a n c e , and
You can buy $10,000 Liability on your
car for as little as $25.50
CAVE JUNCTION
BACON SQUARES
Per Pound
P o s ta l
s u b s c rip ­
TRADE AT HOME!
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING
BONELESS ROUND STEAK
Per Pound
Here’s a new thrill for you outdoor cooking fans
—but it isn’t new at all, for thousands o f "GI’s” used
’em hard and loved ’em heartily, in every dim e.
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MARTIN'S
FEATURING
to
th e m
w e re q u e s t th a t y o u r r e m itta n c e
be m a ile d in im m e d ia te ly in o rd e r
CAVE JUNCTION
LADIES’ and GIRLS’ SWEATERS
AT BARGAIN PRICES
Snowdrift, Swiftening.
S U B S C R IB E R S
w e re
s ub scrib ers
t h e ir
A miniature sport kitchen
— born of w ar
TO
AT
Ladies’ and girls’ rain-coats, values to $10.00
Now down
pocket Stove
bus made our '
Foreign Travel
M en’s Wool Jackets
PRICED
ns Coleman 61
Americans spent $400 million a
year on foreign travel before World
War II.
SALEH
$17.50
December 17 in Medford.
The young couple plan to make
their home in Cave Junction. Mr.
It was recently announced that Block is employed at the Cabax
Miss Nina Helene Jones, daughter mill in Kerby.
of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Jones of
Cave Junction, and Paul Block of
-H e lp the H o s p it a l-
Cave Junction were married on
Block— Jones Marriage
Announced
to be p u rch a a ed o u ta id e thia
a re a .
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Think of the thousands of man hours of labor that
this project will eroate — think of the thousands of
acres of land to be fenced, the miles of ditches to be
dug. Think of the land clearing, the leveling, the
plowing to be done . . . the new farm units which
wil be created.
•
Flood control, increased power potential, expanded
agricultural output and modernized highways are
vital to your interests as a businessman — each of
these benefits can be expected as natural outgrowths
of the proposed reclamation project, each can be a
tremendous stimulus to trade.
•
W e ll-in fo r m e d
buaineaam en a n d fa rm e rs fro m
thia
a r e . m u .t re p re a e n t o u r c a .e b e fo re c o n g r e .a io n .l
c o m m itte e ,
w ith
c o m p le te ,
a c c u ra te
in fo r m a tio n .
O u r . t o r , m u .t he b ro u g h t b e fo re the e n tir e c o u n ­
try .
T o do thia r e q u ir e , fu n d s , . „ d w e n eed them
now .
he p r o je c t i . w ith in o u r re a c h , b ut w e m u .t
h ave y o u r h elp n ow . . . to d a y !
Join the fight for future prosperity— help us win this
vitally important project for our valley!
Send Your Contribution Today to
ILLINOIS VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
(At Linkhart & McLeans* office)
CAVE JUNCTION