The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, April 01, 1949, Image 2

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    BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE — FRID A Y, A PR IL I, 1949
before the sale to consult with
breeders regarding their herds and
the possibility of future sales.
Holstein breeders who will enter
tock in the sale are:
Oregon—C. R- Evans. Halsey;
Pete Betschart, Tillamook; Rudy
WITH WIFE AND CHILDREN, A. J. MASTERS JOINED
The Oregon Holstein Breeders
For the first time since the
Luscher, West Linn; A. J. Evei-,
Plant located In Beaverton- Tualatin Valley Highway and Short St
association will hold its annual Forest Grove; Morningside Hos­
recent
war.
Y-Teens
of
the
Port-
I
BUSINESS OFFICE AND PLANT
FRENZIED STAMPEDE TO FABULOUS PLACER FIELDS
land area will conduct an an­ sale of purebred stock at the Pa- pital, Portland; Linmere Farms,
nual hot cross bun sale in and I cific International Livestock ex- Portland; Benter Farms. Creswell;
By H r r v r j S. Robinson
them. That winter dad spent most near the metropolitan area dur- : P°sition grounds. Portland. Mon- John Schild, Tillamook; S B Hall,
Published Friday of each week by The Pioneer Publishing Co., at
Beaverton, Oregon. Entered as second-class matter at the Post Office
of his time working in fallen in* a three-week campaign which daV- APrU
»tarting at 11 a. m Trouttla|e; c. J Bernlng, Mount
(continued from last week)
Beaverton, Oregon.
trees.
started Monday. March 28 and
About 65 head of highly rated Angel; Melissa Barber, Nehalem;
A. J. Masters and his wife Sar­
‘‘Mother tells a story about one will continue through April 16. stock will be entered by leading Dr j ’ b . Harrison, Portland; Mt.
....... ..... Editor and Publisher ah Jane (Jenkins) came to Oregon
STANLEY W NETHERTON
In Beaverton. Betty Moshofsky b,e#der* ° f Oregon and Washing- Angel College. Mount Angel; Wal­
evening
when she was left alone,
Associate Edltor-Offlo« Mgr. with the first general wave of,'
MRS EDNA BLACK -----------
ls president of the high school ton-
tradiGon each member ter Brog, Woodburn; Bernard Van-
with
dad
many
miles
away.
The
________________News Editor
WALLY KAIN
immigration
over the
Oregon
club.
With
over
200
members,
the
who
ean
PuU
at least one animai decoev«ring. Mount Angel.
wolves,
panthers
and
other
wild
Trail in 1643. Like many others
Beaverton organisation is
the Í on the block to helP other breeders Washington—Albert Steffen A
animals
growled
outside
the
ca­
SUBSCRIPTION RATE8- •PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
that year, he crossed the Willa-1
bin. The wolves stuck their long largest in the Portland metro- ac<luire foundation stock of new Son, Monroe;
Carnation
Milk
Waahlngton A Multnomah counties
Member: Oregon Newspaper Pub- I mette to find shelter with th e; noses through a crack in the politan area, according to YWCA families
blood lines. It is at Farms,
Carnation;
Youngquist
hospitable mountain men and in­
One Y e a r ---------------------------- $2.00
Ushers' Association
these sales, too. that new breeders
release.
Brothers, Mount Vernon; Ivar
S.75
dependent missionaries on the w-alls and howled and shrieked.
Two Years ...
can
buy with the advice of ex­
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Mother
took
the
poker
and
burned
Purpose
of
the
sale
is
to
raise
Youngquist, Bow; Maid O’Clor'er
5.00
Three Years
Tualatin Plains until he could
ISO
I as so c A t k ^ n provide another home for his fam­ their noses tg> drive them away, funds to send delegates to an an­ perienced men.
Farms, Wapato; Martin Troosti •*
Six months
Although most of the Holsteins
I ^ <- r ^
Marston Ball
Outside Territories
ily. The Masters spent their first but when one left another would nual summer conference, at Sea- are expected to go to dairymen in Sons, Carnation;
take his place.
$2 30
beck, Wash, and for representa­
Burlington; ¡Bishop Bros., Chlma-
One Y e a r ........................—
winter on the donation land claim
"When I told this story to a tion at regional and national con­ this area, such sales attract buy­ cum, Ridgeport Dairy, Vancouver;“
of George Eberts where Orenco
ers from nearly every section of
Ed Dahlstedt,
Burlington;
Ed
is now located. There a son was ; group of sons and daughters of ferences.
the country, due to the national
pioneers,
the
young
ladies
de-
Sandborg and Merle Schenk. Bo­
Baked
fresh
each
day.
the
fruit-
born whom they named James.
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j
prominence of many Northwest
thell.
When gold was discovered in , dared they wouldn't have stood filled buns will be delivered dir- breeder»
•
^
or
It.
They
would
have
gone
ect to homes by girls of 23 clubs
California in 1648 most of the
Catalogs, which give detailed
The bit« is about to be put on many residents of the Tualatin able bodied men in Oregon left i to the neighbors."
Each member has a quota of ten
pedigrees
and records of each ani-
Oregon Certified Marshall
All indications for the mines. Some abandoned
“ Yes. I replied, you would have dozen during the campaign,
Valley who happen to be employed in Portland,
! mal, are being mailed on request
STRAWBERRY PLANTS
walked
five
or
six
miles
and
prob-
]
Y-Teens
their
claims
and
never
returned
are younger members to prospective buyers by R. E.
point to a new device in taxation which will be in the form of
Grown In Eastern Oregon
to them. Others left their fam­
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,
WOUld
haVe
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J
the
YoUn*
Women's Christian .Ru* . Everly. New World Life
a city income tax.
Write for price list
ilies to occupy their land and
ence on
^
As80clation' ranKin* m age from building. Seattle, who will manage
.Agricultural
Research Nurseries
returned later. A few took their 1
There are two sides to this picture.
*
i 12 to 18 years old and students the sale. Everly, a Holstein author-
Route 2. Box 72. Payette, Idaho
in junior and senior high schools. lty, wm come to Portland shortly
On the one. the city of Portland finds itself sore beset by de­ wives and children with them 1 (To be continued next week)
to California. A. J, Masters was
mands for essential municipal services. An increasing need for
one of the latter.
tax money has necessitated drastic search for revenue. As a re­
James was six years old when
sult. a city income tax. to be additionally withheld from salaries the family with twelve other wa­
and from annual profit speculations, will be levied “on a temporary gons made the trip up the W il-1
lamette valley by ox teams across
basis” .
On the other side, there are more and more demands for taxation the Umpqua and Rogue river
being heaped upon the citlxen. Taxes earn for themselves a partic­ countries and over the Siskyou
ular loathing by those of us who pay them. And each new tax mountains into California.
A. J. Masters did not mine for
sends us scurrying off into a rage of some dimensions.
gold. He ran a hotel which prob­
Recurring now in conversations of those affected by city income ably brought him more gold than
proposals in a popular charge that the New Deal, initiated by the he could jiave dug from the
late President Franklin D. Roosevelt, is at the bottom of it all. mines. He remained in the gold
Some opinions have it that if he had not started the philosophy of fields for one year and returned
spending money back in the early '30s, when hunger, joblessness by sail boat from San Francisco
and fear gripped a large portion of the populace, there would be and again settled on the Tualatin
no such back-breaking tax demands now, some 15 or 16 years later. Plains.
James relates: ‘‘We had a dona­
A debate on the question of whether or not it is a sin for any tion land claim of 640 acres at
capitalistic country to tax those who have means in order to feed Reedville.
Today the Southern
those who haven't would bring up many arguments, pro and con. Pacific tratks cut through the old
But the largest question is whether or not there is such a thing as claim."
James attended
school about
social evolution.
In practically every country, there are governmental features of tw'o and a half miles from the
unemployment assistance
and means of relief. And,
likewise, claim. It must have been at the
old West Union school, district
there are International networks of organisations whose sole reason
No. 1, Washington county.
for operating is to bring some degree of relief for those who are
He says. ‘Dad used to board
buffeted by the storms of adversity.
us out with neighbors to send
six
The feeling of responsibility for those less fortunate is not an us to school during the
exclusive department of any political party. Though Republicans winter months. My what a job it
are enthusiastic in hanging the damning label of "New Dealer” on was to plow two and a half miles
any one who is believed to be a Democrat, the public figures of the through the mud every morning
organisation, particularly at campaign time, espouse the very basic to school and then home again
at night.
features of many ''New Deal" tenents.
"My first recollections of going
All this, to be sure, is not by far divorced from consideration of to Portland date back to about
local taxation crises. Because cities ars required to wait until the 1851, when we used to ride over
federal, state and Atunty governm ent have mad# their levy, their the old wooden plank road. Dad
Domestic
bite comes last. And taxpayers regard the total takes from their helped to build that road," said j
which should meet with the approval
DEMONSTRATION
earnings when directing malevolent yipes at every new tax that James. "iAter they changed it to (
of
those women who do not own a
a macadam road."
shows on their horisons.
W ill Be Done by
Miss Lorraine Martin
"The old railroad, which Joseph
Sewing Machine—
It is almost a safe gamble to phophesy that if Portland can make Gaston built, passed right through
Sewing Educator
ESTHER JUDY
a city Income tax stick there will be nothing temporary about It. our place at Reedville. I had a
will be here all day to
The history of taxation la rich with examples of taxes that would hand in it« construction. The
who will be in our shop each
give advice on modem
l«e levied on "a temporary basis" and which are accepted into the roadbed of that old line, later
Sewing Technique
Wednesday Come in April 2
taken over by Ben Holliday was a
very framework of government.
and meet her—
perfect farce. Instead of laying a
If this plan does go into effect, there will no doubt be many far- level, straight right-of-way they
A A 4 ♦ ¥♦
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TO BE USED IN OUR SHOP
"She's a Grand Person"
reaching threats made of people moving out of Portland and doing built up and down over every hill
Rented By the Hour
business elsewhere in order to escape the nuisance of another tax and. one might say, around every
report to make. But the end result will be easily charted.
stump.
Rental Includes All Attachments
“ One of the biggest problems
There wont be a large scale exodus. The business and real estate
— except buttonhole attachment—
markets will not be crowded with those who would sell out at was the fact that the track and
ties
used
to
sink
in
the
mud
al­
any price the escape the city tax.
most covering the wheels.”
Things will go on quite as usual And the taxpayers will just pay'
"After his father's death, James
stayed on the claim with his mo­
ther until his marriage to Clar-
tnda Harris in 1667. He then
W ILL BE AVAILABLE
bought a farm adjoining
his
For a Nominal Charge
father's claim where he lived un­
til 1888 Then he moved to Hills­
Don't Get A Backache — by cutting
boro. James related some exper­
Your
Pattern Out On the Floor.
W
E'LL
GIVE
A
CONSOLATION
PRIZE,
TOO
.
.
.
iences of his parents at Orenco
during their first winter in Ore­
gon ‘The Indians weren’t bad
that year,” he said his mother
We Will Continue To Give
told him. "But the wild animals
made it very uncomfortable for
Speedv - Efficient Service
Pioneer of Reedville Found
Real Gold in Rush of 1849
Y-Teens Peddle
Hot Cross Buns
For Three Weeks
Holstein Ass'n's
Annual Sale on
April 4th, 11 A. M.
TH EY W ILL JUST P A Y !
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God Among Us
Why did Christ, the Creator, lay
aside His glory and step down
to take human birth and live
among us as the Son of Man*
And why did He. the Architect of
the Universe, stop to learn the
carpenter’s trade and grow up
in the despised city of Naxareth*
And why did He go out those
three yeats of His public minis­
try, to mix and mingle with the
common people and to heal their
sick and raise their dead back
to life? Why did He do all this*
The answer is that love drew
Him. Sinful and suffering ever
draws that Great Lover Christ
ever lives to reveal the love of
God the Father.
WHY
DO THEY* Why do
murderdrs, prostitutes. gunmen,
the defeated and careworn trust
themselves over to Him* It Is
because He proved His love by
taking up among us as the Son
of Man and dying for us.
PAOSHAN CHINE As the pri­
soners heard how Jesus forgave
I the theif on the cross, a murmur
' of hope sprung up in their hearts
| and they were touched to hear
that the Son of God loved His
enemies and prayed for them. At
the invitation to accept Christ,
fourteen responded, among them
two murderers, ^ne being a Budd­
hist. who confessed his need of
the Saviour
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l. Oregon This space paid for by
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on
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