The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, January 20, 1950, Image 1

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    U . o f 0 . L ib r a ry
E u gen e, Oregon
*Phone Man
Speaks Thurs.
At Beef Meet
PUBLIC INVITED TO
ATTEND DISCUSSION,
KIWANIS HALL, 8 P. M.
A full d is c u s s i o n o f W e s t Coast
T e le p h o n e c o m p a n y se r v ic e has
b een sch ed u led by t h e B e a v erto n
B u s in e s s Men's a s s o c ia tio n , Janu-
a r y 19, a t 8 p m . , in th e K i w a n i s
hall. An o ff ic ia l fro m th e E v e r e t t
o f f ic e o f th e p h o n e c o m p a n y , a
m e m b e r o f th e P u b lic U tilities
C o m m issio n , and a r e p r e se n ta tiv e
o f th e P a c if i c Tel. a n d Tel. will
ap p ear, a c c o r d in g to J a m e s Dun-
ca n , s e c r e t a r y o f th e a ss o cia tio n .
B a sis o f t h e m e e t in g , D u n c a n
say s, is th e q u e st io n o f p h o n e ser­
vice, p a rticu la rly out o f B ea v erto n
to H illsb oro a n d T ig a rd . T h e m a t ­
ter o f t h r e e d if fe r e n t d irecto ries
- fo r th e c o u n t y is a ls o a top ic w h ich
^is due fo r a th o ro u g h g oin g-over.
T h e B e a v e r t o n o ff ic e o f the
p h o n e c o m p a n y e x p la in s t h a t t r a f ­
f i c d if fic u ltie s result fr o m an u n ­
u su a lly h e a v y o verload o f presen t
e q u ip m e n t.
Sh ou ld th e m e e t in g a tt r a c t a
crow d in e x c e s s o f a c c o m m o d a ­
tio n s o f K i w a n i s hall, it w ill be
tr a n s fe r r e d to th e Merle D a v ie s
school, D u n c a n adds.
BEAVERTON, Washington County, OREGON
VOLUME 22, Number 52
j
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1950
*1 B S C K I P T I O N
s I N t ilK c o p y FIV E CEN TS
IN AUV A N C E S2.IMI H . H i k s H
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T n f.lf.A in V m II a u
I U O IO T IH
Council Votes Immediate
End of Controls on Rents
T 0 1 1 6 y
In
w # lllllC
D C l l S III
g n n u n n
D #1 Q | ^ J _
V ^ G H y O ll l\Q « D I Q g .
Canyon Rd. Club
Booster Meeting
Elects Officers
Dist. 48 Votes Jan. 25 For
$150,000 School Use Bonds
At th e secon d m e e t in g of th e
A n e w m o d ern m ed ical an d dent-
S a l e m s a n d a n d g r a v e l r e q u e s t s s ew e r
DIRECTORS PROPOSE BUILDING PROGRAM TO
C an y o n R oad B o o s te r s ’ club, held
al clin ic o p e n e d th is w e e k a t 4 9 5 1
at F lan n ery's R a n c h H ou se, J a n u ­
N . W. C a n yo n road, at Mill street,
KEEP UP WITH STEADY POPULATION GROWTH
CONTRACT PAY; EXPLAINS LEAKAGE OF LINES
ary 17, o ff ic e r s w ere elec ted and
B e a v e r to n , to be op erated by Drs.
n am ed .
T w e n t y -s ix
B y resolu tion at the J a n u a r y 18
C la ren ce W ilson , rep resen tin g the c o m m it t e e s
V ern o n D. H a n s e n . M. D.; E v e r e tt
On the proposition o f $150.000 in
By en rollm en t figu res, B ea v er-
A. S o ren so n , M. D., and J a c k W. m e e t in g , B e a v erto n city co u n c il S a le m S a n d an d Gravel, appeared w ere in a tt e n d a n c e and it w a s d e ­
bonds,
w
h
ich
will
g
o
p
rim
arily
for
ton's
school p op u lation h is in
D u tro, D. M. D., under th e n a m e v o te d an im m e d ia t e end o f rent w ith a p le a from his c o m p a n y cid ed to next m eet J a n u a r y 31, at
the co m p letio n of th e C. E. Mason crea sed fa ster th a n a n y o th er dis-
co n trol, d e c la r in g that it “f i n d s for p a y m e n t o f e s t im a t e s approved th e C h in a L an tern .
o f T u a la tin V a lle y Clinic.
en g in eer Carl
C h a rles
Harrell
was
n am ed sch o o l e a s t w ing, v o te r s w ith in trlct’s in th e cou n ty. F r o m a to t a l
T h e c lin ic is in a n e w ly co n ­ t h e r e is n o lo n ger a sh o r t a g e of by th e s a n i ta r y
G reen, fo r w o r k d on e in N ovem b ei p resid en t; H. W. M cG eorge, vice sch o o l district 48 will vote J a n u a r y o f stu d en ts, 1939-40, o f 243, t h e
stru cted , up to th e m in u te one h o u s i n g in Beaverton".
T h e resolu tion will be s e n t to and D e c e m b e r . H i s request touch- p resid en t: Mrs, Oren Sudtell. s e c ­ 25, at th e Merle D a v ie s public list o f pupils has g r o w n to 701 for
s t o r y b u ild in g o f brick c o n s t r u c ­
sch ool in B eaverton, b e tw e e n th e ; 1949-50.
tion. All t h r e e d o cto rs h a v e in d i­ G o v e r n o r M c K a y for his sig n a tu r e ed o f f an a r g u m e n t in regard to retary, and Mr. S trob erger, t r e a s ­
h ou rs o f 2 p. m and 8 p. m. Ac-
W h ile th e sta te p o p u l a t i o n
an
d
then
be
forw
ard
ed
to
th
e
h
o
u
s
­
u
r
y
.
Mr.
McGeorge.
Bob
Gail
th
e
a
c
c
e
p
t
a
n
c
e
or
rejection
of
th
e
v id u a l o f f ic e space, e x a m in a tio n
co rd in g to Errol H assell, clerk of g ro w th sin ce 1940 h a s been 50.3%,
an d Mr. Prior w e r e n am ed a s a
ro o m s an d c o m p le te la b o ra to ry f a ­ in g ex p ed iter in W a sh in g to n , D C ., s e w e r lin es job.
th e b o a u l and su p erin ten d en t o f B ea v erton e l e m e n t a r y
sc h o o l
for final an d officia l d eco n trol.
W ilso n a d m itte d more than the c o m m it t e e to c o n ta c t th e H o lly ­
cilities.
sch o ols, the d irectors of th e d is­ g ro w th is set at 288%, for th e
E q u ip m e n t is provid ed for X-ray. T h e c o u n cil vo ted u n a n im o u s ly on p er m issa b le q u a n tity of w atei w a s w ood clu b for a sp e a k e r at the
trict urge approval o f the m easu re s a m e period. T h e e f f e c t o f t h i s
r u n n in g th r o u g h the s e w e r lines n e x t m eetin g.
m in o r s u r g e r y a n e s t h e s ia an d la­ th e resolution.
in order to k eep up w ith the s t e a d y In crease s h o w s on th e n ew C. E.
O rg a n iza tio n a l
c o m m itt e e ,
to
but e x p la in ed it as a result of an
b o r a to r y w o rk . Children e x a m i n a ­
p opulation g row th of sch ool-age Mason school, w h ich w a s o n ly put
seek
n
e
w
m
em
b
ers,
in
clu
d
e
Gai
"off-again.
on
-again
"
plan
for
in
­
tio n room a s w ell as r o o m s for
y o u n g sters.
in use last S ep tem ber.
s t a lli n g stu b s.
H e pointed out H u b b le and Mr. C lau sen , on the
t r e a t m e n t and re c o v e r y from m i­
A lready, all o f the e ig h t fin ish e d
th at c a p s on "y’s" where e o n n ec w e s t end of th e road: H o w a rd
nor su r g e r y are included.
ro om s th ere are filled to c a p a c ity ,
tio n s w ill be e v e n tu a lly made w ere H a s k e ll anil Oren Sudtell. cen tral;
T h e la rg e w a it i n g room is fur­
s o m e o f th e m o v ercro w d ed beyon d
not " m u d d ed ” b e c a u se he u n d er­ Mr. W o n g and Mr. Olson, east end
n is h e d w ith m o d ern chairs, m a n u ­
th e sta te d ep a rtm en t o f ed u ca tio n 's
stood the c it y in ten d ed to im m e ­ o f th e road.
fa c t u r e d in B ea v erto n .
c a p a c i t y re c o m m e n d a tio n s . F u r ­
E a c h b u sin ess m e e t in g , it w a s
d ia t e ly h ook -u p private sew er lines
th erm ore, the older Merle D avie*
A sh in y n e w U. S T r e a s u r y
G reen r e c o m m e n d e d paym en t of decided, will last o n ly on e and a
sc h o o ls Is still co n g ested , w ith fo u r
c h e c k in th e a m o u n t of $145.75, $10,000 for th e storm sew er job, h a lf hours, b e g in n in g at 8 p. m.
su b s ta n d a rd room s a ls o in use.
receiv ed b y F r a n k Smith, 388 N. W w h ic h p a ssed inspection, but of- and c o n c lu d in g at 9:30
G rad u ation will rem ov e s o m e 70
C an y on road b rig h t and ea rly Mon
ferod no a d v ic e on the sa n ita ry
D ep u ty
co lle c to r s
of
internal
|
e
ig
h th graders. But next fall w ili
d
ay
m
o
rn
in
g,
h
a
s
been
e
sta
b
lish
ed
s
e
w
e
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in
s
ta
lla
tio
n
oth
er
than
state
reven u e, a f f ili a t e d w ith th e U. S. |
b ring at lea st 130 first grad ers,
a s th e first G. I. in su ran ce d ivid en d that it would probably not be ae-
T r e a s u r y d e p a r tm e n t, h a v e s c h e d ­
w ith ou t ta k in g in to a c c o u n t th o s e
uled v is it s to fo u r c ities of W a s h
T h e in c r e a s e in te le p h o n e u s a g e to be received from the Benvertot: ! cep
_ ted . T h e c o u n cil concurred in
y o u n g s t e r s w h o m ov e in to the dis­
in g to n c o u n t y to a s s is t in the pre­ in th e B e a v e r to n e x c h a n g e is typi- I Po s t °ff>ce. M ailin g of the c h e c k s the m a t t e r o f th e storm sew ers,
trict from elsew h ere.
p a ra tio n o f F e d e r a l I n c o m e T a x cal o f the a s t o n is h i n g g r o w th in w a s m a d e *n W a s h in g to n D. C. last
H e n r y M ayfield , ch ief of police,
polic
P r im a r y goal, a cc o r d in g to H a s ­
j req u ested th a t all mail addressed
r e tu r n s fo r th e y ea r 1949.
cal o f th e a s t o n is h i n g g en era l w e e k end.
sell, is c o m p le tio n o f th e e x te r io r
S m ith , w h o w o r k s in th e local to h im he not op en ed by the city
I n a d d itio n to t h e s e listed d ates g r o w th in th is area, a c c o r d in g to
shell o f th e C. E. M a so n w in g.
CbPZ
Sllzy-
w o m e n ’s
appnrel
an d places, th e s a m e a s s is t a n c e A. D. Scrip tu re, dis trict m a n a g e r p o sto ffic e , spen t 43 m o n th s in th e recorder, b e c a u s e of the eonfiden-
P la n n e d for nine cla ssro o m s, th is
S lo p e ’ a n n o u n c e s
w ill be a v a ila b le to ta x p a y e r s at o f th e W e s t C o a st T e le p h o n e com ­ service, w ith an A rm y sig n a l c o m - ttal n a tu re o f s o m e of his co m m u - *h o p af Wpst
will permit an u lt im a t e 18 c la s s ­
p a n y. H is s e r v ic e n u m b er of 17077- m e n t io n s C o u n cilm a n Oscar Mar- a sppcin1 S p rin g S ty le s h o w in g af-
th e b ra n ch o f f ic e o f th e C ollector pany.
room cap acity, w hen fin ish ed
of In t e r n a l R e v e n u e , 222 S. W . 5th
“S in c e D e c e m b e r . 1939, th e n u m - 004 put h lm
, h e “D ouble-O " Mn wfls ap p o in ted to in v e s tig a t e fair at , h e W h is tli n ’ P i g D rive-in
Im m e d ia t e plans, w h ic h a re c o n ­
Ave., (L in c o ln B u ild in g ) P ortland, her o f te le p h o n e s in B e a v e r to n and I b r a c k e t a m o n g w h o m so m e m illion the d is p u te an d w ork out a solu- '. stau ran t J a n u a r y 26. at 12:30.
ditioned to a la rge e x te n t a s to
e v e r y d a y ex cep t S a tu r d a y s until A loha h a s ju m p ed from 615 to or s0 WPre in th e flrst b a ^ b ° f l i o n
A spPcia1 m e n u w i " hp p " 'sp n '-
how fa r the bu ild in g d o lla r w ill
T h e c o u n cil v o ted to reim b u rse pd for ,unpb' at >• reduced price,
M arch 4.
M arch 4 and 11 will 2222, a 260 p ercen t in crease in ten rpfund* p rocessed .
stretch, call for f in is h in g o f 3 n e w
Th.
T h e f u " "m o u n t-
a su b s ta n tia l M a y field for $25 ca r exp en se w h ich and m o d els w ill presen t th e sty les
th e n be Included in d a y s o f ser­ y e a r s .” said Mr. S cripture.
room s for next year w ith th e re­
p
art
o
f
it,
S
m
ith
sa
ys,
will
be
u
sed
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w
ith
h
eld
from
him
d
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rin
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ch
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hour.
R
eser-
v ice.
co m p a n y 's e x t e n s iv e e x p a n s io n In
m a in in g 6 prepared for use a c -
It w a s pointed out VRtions m a V be bad bV ca llin K
T h e c o u n t y li s ti n g in clu d es: F o r ­ th e B e a v e r to n e x c h a n g e a r e a in ­ to s e t tle up h is debts, i n d i c a t i n g bis v a c a tio n
,
co
rd in g to th e d e m a n d . T h e board
th
e
sa
m
e
resp
o
n
se
th
a
t
v
e
t
e
r
a
n
s
!
that
a
p
r
e
v
io
u
s
c
o
u
n
cil
had
agreed
A
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r
8063.
e st Grove, F eb. 1 to 2, incl., C h a m ­ clu d e s the a d d ition of n in e n e w
hopes, w ith th is im p ro v em en t, to
b eca u se
M odels
Include
Mrs. W e sle y
ber o f C o m m e r c e ; B e a v e r to n . Feb. tr u n k lines b e tw e e n B e a v e r to n and in a n a tio n -w id e s u t v e y g a v e to to c o n tin u e th e p a y m e n t
"hold th e lin e” until 1953.
M ayfield o ften hau led p tiso n ers S tein m et*. Miss B arb ara H em rlch . I
3. C ity H a ll; S h erw o o d , Feb. 17, P o r tla n d d u r in g the last q u a rter th e s a m e q u estion .
If fu n d s perm it, a co v ered p lay -
On th e b ack o f each c h e c k t" to H illsb o ro on h is tim e o ff
Miss M a , y Le,B,an a " d
Mona
C ity H all; Hillsboro, Mar. 1 to 15, o f 1949. T h is h a s resu lted in fa s ter
! shed, o n e o f th e req u ir e m e n ts de­
F r a n c h is e
p a y m e n t s w ere re- hep Gosaelin.
incl., 205 C o m m ercia l Nat'l. B ank co m p letio n o f L o n g D is t a n c e ca lls th e a d v ic e to sp en d the m o n e y
m an d ed by th e s t a te in e x c h a n g e
It w a s
T bp public is cord ially Invited
B ldg.
O th er p rojects recen tly c o m p leted w isely , w ith th e s u g g e s t io n o f In- v iew ed b y the council.
for b a sic sch oo l su p p o rt fu n d s w ill
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in clu d e th e in s ta lla tio n o f n ew
! be built a t the n e w school. F o r
ca b le on th e W a lk e r R oad b e tw e e n S o m e w h o rec e iv e d iv id e n d s of 20-year c o n tr a c t e n d in g 1961, pays
B olstered by the u n q u alified en- the year 1950-51, th is it e m ataiw
M u rray R oad an d Old M ea d o w from 95 c e n t s to $528 in th is retu rn jfto a y e a r c o m p a red to $1,400 foi P p n f n l V d C G f l C i e S
dpuoMncnt of Qo'iei-npi
Don b>s r e lie v o - distrust ta x p a y er« bf pay-
R o a d , a f f o r d in g service to n e a t l y o f m o n e y paid out as p r e m i u m s , hp plprtrfc c o m p a n y and $600 for
M rK ay, th e 1950 Anarch of H m e s ing $54,454.0^ w h ich wduld oth er
for in s u r a n c e h a v e said t h e y in ten d , PiPphone.
L a c k
F a C lI lt ie S
o n e h u n d red a p p lica n ts.
ga th ered m o m e n tu m in W a sh in g w ise a p p ea r bn ta x s t a te m e n ts ,
M ilton M etcalfe, w ith three v o te s
"
N e w c a b le an d aerial w ir e on to use It a s w e lc o m e help In buy-
ton and 35 o th er O regon c o u n ties , P u rch a se o f n e c e s s a r y b u ses to
D lS £ lO S £ S
L o st P a r k R o a d m a d e p o ssib le 50 in g a w a s h in g m a ch in e, k it c h e n to onp for p a ul T a g g a r t, w a s re- ^ I l H y
tod ay as h u n d red s o f volu n teers ' c o m p lete th e e le m e n t a r y sch oo l bus
[ n e w in s ta lla tio n s at C ed ar Mill. sto v e, n e w furn itu re, c lo th es, a Pie c ted p resid en t o f th e council, to
th r e w th e m s e lv e s in to his tory's | fleet, plus a g a r a g e , is a ls o so u g h t
S p e a k in g a t th e J a n u a r y 18 m eet-I A n o th e r 40 n e w s e rv ices resu lted b etter car or a n y o f a h o st of sprvp jn th e a b se n c e o f the mayor,
P O R T I -A N D , Jan. 19 (S p ecial)
in g of th e B e a v e r to n ju n io r c h a m - , fro m th e c o n s t r u c tio n o f n e w aer- t h i n g s desired.
M e n tio n h a s been m a d e of a plan More th a n 48 p ercen t of ava ila b le g i e a t e s t c a m p a ig n a g a in s t In fan tile . by th e directors, in a s m u c h a s this
p aralysis.
*
e q u ip m en t w o u ld resu lt in a s a v -
b er o f c o m m e r c e , at th e Old Heidel- iaI wjrp on H ylan d A v en u e to
O th ers h a v e id e a s o f b u y in g ( to u se thp old lib ra ry b u ild in g for
v a c a n c ie s in th e G t e a t e r P ortla n d
b erg resta u ra n t, M arble C ook, pres- S c h o lls F e r r y R oad,
E n t h u s i a s m over the drive "has tng to the d istrict a s well as pro-
b on d s or p lu n k in g a g o o d ly por- thp c o )ie ctlon of c lo t h e s for dis- area, in clu d in g B e a v e r to n , h a v e no
id en t o f the B e a v e r to n K iw a n is
a n e w ca b le on A le x a n d e r S treet
tion o f it a sid e a s a n est e g g for trlb u tion to relief fa m ili e s in Bea- bedroom
facilities, s t a t ic t ic s re- n ever b een quite so g r e a t,” accord- ! v p le tr a n s p o r ta tio n a t all tim e s.
w ith o u t re lia n c e on a n o th er a g en cy .
club, d e liv ered th e fe a tu r e a d d ress gavP fa c ilitie s ror a n o th e r 104 n e w fu tu r e r e fe ie n c e . M ost m ig h t end verton
! leased by th e P o r tla n d H o u s in g Ing to O regon 's v e te r a n March of
up p a y in g it on d ebts.
In the n e w school, th ere wejpe
b a se d u pon th e a d v is a b ility o f a su b scribers.
D
im
e
s
c
h
a
irm
a
n
,
Dr.
E.
T.
Hed-
! S u r v e y C o m m i tte e s h o w e d today.
se v e n f in is h e d c la s s r o o m s a<l th e’
T h ree o th er v e t e r a n s o f th e B e a ­
2% s a l e s ta x to be levied for ed-
" T h ese are m e r e ly part of a pro­
lund
o
f
P
o
rtla
n
d
,
w
h
o
predicted
In ad d itio n to th e 48.8 p e r c e n t
tim e sch o o l c o n v e n e d In Sep tem b er.
m o t i o n a l p u r p o se s only.
j g r a m o f e x p a n s io n th a t w ill he v erto n area are listed as h a v in g
| lack in g
bedroom s,
a n o th e r
23.6 th a t th is y e a r ’s polio fu n d -ra isin g
S in ce then, th e eig h th room h a s
effo
rt
in
the
sta
te
"'will
be
th
e
best
Cook o ff e r e d v ie w p o in t s in he- c o n tin u e d as lon g a s th ere r e m a in s b een included In th e first m a i li n g
percent h a v e o n ly o n e b ed room ,
been fin ish e d an d put in use and
ever."
h a l f o f th u s f u r n i s h in g r e lie f for j a s in g le u n filled ord er for s e r v ic e o f g o v e r n m e n t c h e c k s : Colin Bil-
the st u d y sh ow ed . T h is in d icates
w o rk n o w c o n t i n u e s on th e n inth
p rop erty ta x a t io n an d p o in ted o u t or a n y part of ou r s y s t e m w h erein teau, 250 S. E. G r e e n w o o d : Arnold
Dr.
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a la ck o f fa c ilitie s for ch ild ren in
th a t s t a t e s on all sid es o f O regon the b e s t p ossib le serv ice is not Sipe, R o u te 1. B o x 541 and B la y n e
sueh d w e lli n g units.
T w o . b ed ­ n o u n c e m e n t fo llow ed hard on th e c la s sr o o m , to be ready for n e x t
fall's sch o o l d em a n d .
a re m a k i n g use o f th is m e a n s o f a v aila b le.” said Mr. Scrip tu re. "Our B. P a rk er. 351 P a c if i c .
room s w e r e fou n d in 23 percent h eels of a s t a t e m e n t hy Governor
T h e r e are m a n y m o r e c o m i n g !
T h e b u ild in g p icture is sa id t o
r a is in g m o r e
fres h
m o n e y for p la n s for 1950, In th e B e a v e r to n -
The
B ea v erto n
Past
N oble o f th e v a c a n c ie s and th ree or m ore M cK a y in w h ich the s l a t e 's ex e c ­
s c h o o l s an d g o v e r n m e n t a l purposes. Aloha arPa a nd p1sPw h e r e should
utive said th a t “foui c o n s e c u t iv e be m u c h b etter n o w th a n it w a s a
G ran d s
club,
held
its reg u la r in 4.6 percent.
T o u r is t s a ls o co n trib u te, in this put u s w ell a b r e a s t o f th e tr e m e n ­
years
h av e
d e crea sed y ea r ago. A s a r e su lt o f c h a n g i n g
m e e t in g a t th e I O O F hall on
Inclu d ed in ad d itio n to the c ity ep id e m ic
w a y , to s t a te reven u e.
d o u s d em a n d for te le p h o n e serv ice
T h u r sd a y , Jan. 12, w it h a 12 30 o f P o rtla n d a i e a d jacen t a reas in ­ fu n d s for the Infantile paralysis c o n d itio n s, th ere a p p e a r s t<r be-
On J a n u a r y 9, th e J a y c e e ’s board t h a t h a s d e v e lo p e d d u r in g th e
m ore c o m p e t itio n a m o n g c o n t r a c t ­
potlu ck lunch.
c lu d in g
B e a v e r to n .
M u ltn om ah . fig h t to a critica l low .”
o f d ir e c to r s a p p o in te d J o h n B a r n e s war."
Governor
M cK ay pointed out o rs th a n w h e n th e b u ild in g w a s
F ir s t ord er o f b u s i n e s s w a s th e L ak e G rove, O sw eg o , M ilw au k ie.
a s s t a te d irecto r, Gordon H u t c h in s
j in sta lla tio n of th e fo llo w in g o f- Oak G rove, G r e s h a m and T rout- that th e research p rogram o f the first sta rted . T h is fa cto r will ha*^
as c h a ir m a n o f t h e R o s e F e s t i v a l
N a tio n a l F o u n d a tio n for In fan tile im p o r ta n t b e a r in g o n th e a m o u n t
! fleers: L u cille J o n e s, p resid en t; dale
c o m m i t t e e a n d J im D u n c a n p ublic­
F r a n k B u tts, vice p resid en t; Fran-
O f 3,717 v a c a n c ie s in th e P o r t ­ P a ra ly sis, a s well a s th e F o u n d a ­ o f w ork w h ic h can be done for the
ity c h a ir m a n .
S q u are and old -tim e d a n c in g will Pe n a G estrin g, sec.-treas.; E d n a land m etro p o lita n area, 62.1 per­ tio n ’s patien t care a c tiv itie s, is p roposed $150,000
L a s t S u n d a y , a w o rk p a r ty o f
be resu m ed in t h e C. E. M ason s h e e t s ,
ch ap lain
an d
F loren ce c e n t w e r e m u ltip le d w e llin g s of th r e a t e n e d by a lack o f fin a n ces.
th e g ro u p r e m o v e d fir b o u g h s
a u d ito riu m on T h u r s d a y , J a n . 26 D , 0 rbaugh, m a rsh a ll.
four or m ore u n it s su ch a s a p a rt­ H e rem a r k e d that s c i e n t is t s e x ­
fr o m te le p h o n e poles an d o th er
T h e tim e h a s been set at 7:30 to
T h r e e n ew m e m b e r s w ere inlti- m en ts, fla ts, co u rts Hnd h o u s e k e e p ­ pected to d evelop a p reven tive
s p o t s w h e r e th e y had b een put up
9:30 in order to h a v e t w o full ated a n d th e b ir t h d a y of T orb erg ing ot b o a r d in g h o u ses.
S in gle a g a in s t th e d is e a se w ith in five
A p a ck ed hall o f K i w a n i s club h ours d a n c in g an d still g e t h o m e Henson w a s ob se r v e d w ith a c a k e
to h e lp Illu strate th e C h r is t m a s
d w ellin gs, su ch a s h o u ses, ran 30 y e a r s and t h a t "the resea rch that j
apirtt. T h e w e a th e r , h o w ev er, pre­ m em b e r s. J an . 11, h eard an in s p ir ­ early.
and a gift.
p ercen t a n d tw o or th ree d w ellin g is m a k i n g p ossib le th is boon to all
v e n t e d rem o v a l o f d e c o r a tin g lig h ts, in g talk by R o b e r t McGuire, c h ie f
I f yo u h a v e not y e t had t h e thrill
I There were
nrteen
m e m b e r s u n its e m b r a c in g d u p le x e s reached h u m a n ity m u st c o n tin u e u n in te r ­
w h ic h is to be d o n e a s s o o n a s c o u n s e l o f the W e s t e r n D iv is io n of o f jo in in g in a rea l old sq u are ! |)rPgPnt and th e ta b le w a s d ecorat-
ruptedly."
7.9 percent.
U n io n P a c ifi c R ailroa d . H e w a s fan s say, you're m i s s i n g s o m e th in g . rd w lth a b irth d a y cloth and nap-
possib le.
T h e g o v ern o r said in c o n c l u d i n g 1 D istrict su p erv isor L y m a n R o sa
T h e su r v e y , p repared by D a n E.
D a n a P o r t e r w a s c h o se n c h a ir­ in tro d u ced by D avid L o fg r e n , Sr. in fact, y o u ’re "’e y out of s t y le
his
ktns and pink and
g reen ca n d le s j C la , k jj and A ss o c ia te s , show
ed st a te m e n t. "I p led ge the 195(1 o f , b « B u reau o f t h e C e n su s h a s
M cGuire served t w o y e a r s on th e In t h e S o u th ern C alifo rn ia a te a jn thp c e n t e r of th e table.
m a n o f th e JC C c o m m i t t e e o n be­
that S7.1 p e r c e n t o f r esid en ts in M arch o f D im e s m y un q u alified retu rn ed to his o f f ic e in A storia
h a l f o f c i r c u l a t i n g p etitio n s to w a rd b en ch a t th e G e r m a n w ar c r im e s alon e for in s ta n c e , th ere are about
S arah W a lk er
and
V irgin ia p ort)and an d th e su rr o u n d in g area s u p p o r t in th is h our o f great need a P *r a tt e n d in g an a d m i n is t r a t iv e
e n a c t m e n t o f the H o o v e r C o m m i s ­ tria ls held a ft e r W orld W a r n . He 700 c lu b s w ith s o m e 300 c a lle r s c h a m b e r l a i n w ere c o -h o s t e s s e s and p„y
or lPaa rPn,
A m o n g the and I a m sure th a t m y fellow Ore- \ S t i r l i n g sch ool at th e a r e a head-
sion r e c o m m e n d a t io n s for r e o r g a n ­ rem in d ed his lis te n e r s o f their and b e tw e e n 50,000 and 150,000
nPxt m e e t in g In F eb ru ary, w ill j ; v a c a n c ie s , 78.7 percen t w e r e under g o n ia n s will Join me In g en e r o u sly Huarters o f t h e c o rp u s at S e a t t le
ization o f th e a d m i n is t r a t iv e branch g rea t p riv ileg e o f h old in g -open d a n cers, an In dication o f Its popu- he at th e h o m e o f F rn n cen a Ge- ^y» rent.
A to tal o f 54 6 pel ce n t b a c k in g a c a u se th at c la i m s the *n p rep aration for the 17th d e c e n -
o f t h e fed era l g o v e r n m e n t . T h is m e e t i n g s for m e n o f e v e r y fa i t h , j larity.
s t r in g and H arriet F ra n ces, at ()j ( kP v a c a n c i e s w a s an d er $39, in terest and s y m p a t h y of all of us .’ m n la * c e n s u s o f th e U n ited S tates.
j i n P o r tla n d t h e r e a re fou r or B en z Park.
a c ti v it y is b e in g carried on in c o n ­ c reed and belief.
Dr. H ed lu n d reported th at a l l 1 Mr R o s s s t a t e s th a t p r e lim in a r y
w h ich in c lu d e s m a n y n on-bedroom
In c o u n tr ie s under to ta lit a r ia n fiv e la rge clu b s and c o u n t l e s s
w ork on th e 1960 ce n su s , to b e
ju n ctio n w ith a n overall c a m p a ig n
units.
In th e $40 to $49 rental lea d in g civic and fratern al grou p s
t a k e n in April, will b egin im m e ­
c o n d u c te d by the n a tio n a l o r g a n iz a ­ rule, h e said, s u c h a m e e t i n g a s sm all o n e s and th e y are all g ro w -
in
the
n
ation
h
av
e
go
tten
behind
w a s o n ly 9.2 p ercen t of the a v a il­
held h ere by se r v ic e clu b s w o u ld j in g stea d ily .
diately. T h is Includes o rg a n iza tio n
tion.
able v a c a n c ie s , and In th e $50 to th is year's ca m p a ig n . At the sa m e
o f the dis trict o ffic e , in te r v ie w in g
M em b ers a ls o fo u n d tim e to h elp be c o n d u cted in d a rk en ed ro om s
Y ou m a y learn y o u r " A llem an d -
tim
e
in
S
alem
,
sp
ecial
plans
for
$59 c la s s 149 percent.
a p p lic a n ts for jobs and co n d u c tin g
D o n M cD o n n ell, presid en t, m o v e fllled w ith w h is p e r e d e x p r e s s io n - es" and “D osay-d oes" n o w at C. E.
the
A
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ic
a
n
L
e
g
io
n
’s
coop
eration
An i n t e r e s t i n g ta b le revealed
M ason
sch ool
every
T hursday
publicity. T r a in in g o f o ff ic e clerks.
Into a n e w h o m e on B erth o ld e v e r In d a n g e r o f secret police.
that o n ly 13 p e r c e n t o f th e vacan t w ere an n o u n ced hy D a v e Hoss,
T h e s p e a k e r g a v e a c c o u n t s of | n ig h t b e g in n i n g Ja n 26, 'til sch ool
a v en u e, fro m a f o r m e r r esid en ce
c
h
a
ir
m
a
n
o
f
the
sta
te
d
e
p
a
r
t
m
e
n
t
’s
f*eld crew lead ers and e n u m e r a t o r s
u n its are c la s s e d as dilapidated.
g r u e s o m e sc e n e s w itn e s se d in fi lm s j 1 * out from 7:30 to 9:30.
n ea r S o r r e n to road.
T h e s t a t is t ic s w e r e su b m itt e d to c o m m u n i t y se r v ic e s c o m m itt e e w *p be u n d e r ta k e n later.
o f G erm a n a tr o c itie s c o m m itt e d in ! S m a ll ad m issio n fe e per person
T h 0 territory
co m p r isin g
the
T h irteen m em b e r s braved all the th e P o r tla n d c ity cou n cil, w h ich Is H o s s said he had w ritten all posts
prison c a m p s H e sta ted , h o w ev er, will pay e x p e n s e s Mrs. Lillian Car- | hazards'thaV^^were' currV n V 'on ' FU- s t u d y in g n plea for rent de-control in the st a te u rg in g that th ey su p 'Ustrict w h ich Mr R o ss su p e r v ise s
in a n s w e r to a q u e st io n from th e ter will in stru ct,
p lem en t sta n d ard child
w elfare in clu d es Clatsop, Columbia. Ttlla-
d a y 13th to a tte n d th e regular
floor that th e g r e a te r n u m b er of j
p ro g ra m s w ith a u ctio n s, parties. m ook. W a s h in g to n , and Y amhill
m e e t in g of W S C S o f th e First H O S T E S S H O l' S K P A R T Y
I G e r m a n people w e r e not s y m p a ­
A p p r o x im a te ly 185 enu-
M eth o d ist C hurch o f B ea verton ,
B e a v e r to n r e sid e n ts present a m ­ d a n c e s and o th er a c tiv itie s for the co u n ties.
th e t ic w ith th e N azi reg im e but
w h ich w a s held in th e n ew h om e ong la s t w e e k ’s g u e s t s at radio sp e r ifle b en efit of the March of • m e r a t o r s will he em p loy ed to t a k e .
th e 1950 c e n s u s in th is d istrict.
w e r e p o w e r le ss to do a n y t h i n g
o f Mrs. A B. C lem en t, on Larson s t a tio n
K G W ’s " H o s te ss
H ou se D im es.
Male m e m b e r s o f th e B e a v e r to n \ a bout it. In c o n c lu s io n to h is ad-
a v en u e.
Pa My”, a W e d n e s d a y and Friday
P T A a t e b ein g se c r e t iv e ab o u t th e d r e s s h e stressed th a t the price of
Mrs C. Q I^ im b ett presen ted
m o r n in g au d ie n c e participation
p ro gra m for th e J a n u a r y m e e t in g , i lib e r ty is etern a l v ig ila n ce,
th e le s so n , "Japan B e g i n s A g a in .” s h o w held in th e n e w O regon ian
n ext T u e s d a y e v e n in g . J a n u a r y 24,
A D George, m u s ic c o m m iU e e
T h e gro u p p resen ted Mrs G ladys building's H o s t e s s H o u s e audltoi
a c c o r d in g to Mrs. J H o lo m a n , pro- c h a ir m a n , p resen ted a boys q u a r te t I At a m e e t in g o f in t e r e s te d clti
S tr ic k la n d , p resid en t, w ith a gif' lum in P ortln n d . w ere Mrs. E.
g ra m c h a ir m a n .
j fro m B e a v e r to n h ig h sch ool. T h e I sen s, F r id a y 13, at th e B e a v e r to n and a s a t is f a c to r y a ft e r n o o n all
Matson and L e n n y M atson, 258
It's th e a n n u a l dad's n ig h t un- q u a rtet d elig h ted th e club and , K iw a n is hall, th e S a lv a t io n A rm y arou n d w a s m a n a g e d d esp ite the
N. E. M urray; and Velda Pierce.
der th e d irectio n o f G. N o rris an d w e r e ap p la u d ed in to sin g in g se v - ap p o in ted e ig h t p e r s o n s to a per- b u ff e ts and a s s a u lts o f th e w in try 130 S. W. E d s c w o o d place.
D u e to th e in c l e m e n t w e a t h e r
an e x c e lle n t m e e t i n g is a n t i c ip a t e d eral e x tr a n u m b ers.
! m a n e n t s a lv a g e a d v is o r y c o m m lt- w ea th er.
B e a v e U o n R eh ek a h lo d ge held , c o n d itio n s, th e d in n e r m e e t in g o t
by th o s e w h o h a v e a tten d ed p-evt-
T h is y e a r th e K lw n n ia n s hope to tee, to serve for a trial period of
its regu lar m e e t in g at th e 1.0 . 0 F the W a s h in g to n C o u n ty K n ife anti
U N D E R G O E S SI K G KK 4
oils s e s s io n s u n d er th e le a d e r s h ip ' se c u r e th e i r e n te r t a in m e n t from t one year,
hall on T u e sd a y ev en in g , Jan . 17. F o rk elub w a s p o stp on ed and will
Mrs.
W
illia
m
B
o
llin
g
er
u
n
d
er­
C O U N T Y S A LO N 8 **♦ 1«
o f th e m en .
local talen t for e a ch w e e k ly m e e t - I M ayor H. H. J e f f r i e s w a s n a m ed
w e n t s u r g e r y on h e r a"m at the w ith t w e n ty -s e v e n m e m b e r s pres- j be held a t P e te r B o s c o w sc h o o l
A lth ou gh th e m a in s p e a k e r is in g b e c a u s e o f th e in terest su ch i n , c h a ir m a n o f the group, w h ic h also
ca fe t e r ia on T u esd a y , J a n u a r y 24.
W a s h in g to n C o u n ty Salon 4_29. * j F m m a n u e , h osp ital In P ortlan d on ent.
sh rou d ed In m y s t e r y an Im p o rtan t
a r r a n g e m e n t aro u ses.
in clu d es Mrs. C. O. A c k e - m a n and et 40, d a t e s its n e x t m e e t i n g T u es T u e sd a y , J a n u a r y 17
T h e r e wil be a drill p r a c tic e at at 6 30 p. m
part o f th e p ro g ra m will be a die-
Mrs. F red Goyt, O E S : R e v e r e n d df>v. J a n u a r y 24, a t th e B eaverton
th e hall on T u esd a y , Jan . 23, for j T h e club will h a v e a s Its xp eak -
A LO H A V I S I T O R S
e u ss io n
hy C. L. D rew .
sch ool
HO B BY SHOW N IX E D
G eorge S pringer, B e a v e r to n M l n le- Li 'on hall.
th e drill c o n te s t lo be held at Hills- p», Dr Hnrry L. Dlllln. p resident
board m em b er, o n th e c o m i n g
' t r a . Mabel d i m o r e and J en n ie boro on ^eb. 11.
B a r n e s PTA H o b b v S h o w sch ed - terial A llia n ce; Fred Govt, c it y su-
A pot-luck d in n e r is sch ed u led
o f Lln field co lleg e. Dr Dlllin re-
sch ool bond e le c tio n
P a l m a t e e r o f A lo h a w e r e visitors
•led for F r id a y n ig h t, Jan. 20, p e rin ten d en t: A rch ie Olson
fire for 7 p. m
A fter th e m e e t in g e v e r y o n e ad r e n tly returned fro m a m e e t in g o f
T h e m e e t i n g w ill sta rt at 8 p. m h a s b een p o stp on ed d u e to w e a th e r ch ief; C. B W a lk e r c it y recorder.
T w o n e w m e m b e r s are to be s t t h e W a i t e r C i v a n e s s h o m e on tourned to th e d in i n g room for i »be S ecu rity fY mnrtl o f th e U n p e d
In th e Merle D a v ie s school.
F a r m in g t o n R oad on T u esd a y .
j c o n d it io n s until fu rth er n o tice .
and Mrs. H a rold Miller, B P W .
ob ligated .
d o u g h n u ts , c o f f e e and tea.
N a tio n s at I.a k e 8 u ccess .
T-Men Schedule
County Assists
For Income Tax
Yets Insurance
Dividends Reach
Here First Day
Enthusiasm For
March Of Dimes
Mounts In State
260% Increase
In Phone Usage
Last Ten Years
Special Affair
At Whistlin' Pig
Styles Showing
i
Cook Speaks For
Sales Tax Levy
To Help Schools
Past N.G. Club of
Beaverton Lodge
Seats Officers
Judge At Trials
For W ar Crime
Speaks To Chib
Folk Dance Hep
Cats Start New
Dates Schedule
Ross To Astoria
After Training
For Census Job
Thirteen Braved
Friday 13th For
W SCS Meeting
Men Keep It Big
Secret; Prepare
Program For PTA
Salvation Army
Picks Members
For Local Group
Rebekahs' Drill
Team Rehearses
Jan. 23 Contest
Knife and Fork
Club Dinner on
If Snow Permits