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SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
A DAY AT A TIME
American People Face Acid Test in
Treasury’s 2nd War Loan To Raise
13 Billion Dollars in Three Weeks
Thursday, May Î0, III IS
Forest protective organization»
/ QUI2 '
Great times call for great peo-
ami timberland owners in the
pie. But it isn't the crises that WHO MAY JOIN THE W A AUS
Pacific Northwest face the pros
call for the greatest exercise of To be eligible for enrollment in
poet of th most dangerous and
self-control and patience. It is the WAAC an applicant must:
hazardous fire year in history
Q. In what nomea inny a War
the every day grind of monoto
benefit of federal emer
Saviug* Homi I mi ia*ltcd?
A. Be a woman citizen of the
nous, disagreeable tasks. We can
A, U or Bornia isti be rrg-
stand big sacrifices, but It's the
such good ad van I age last year. A
Be between the ages of 21
Islered unir in ilio
Financing Task in History—“They Give
giving up of little things which no
56,500.1X10 emergency fund has
tniiuea <>f individuala in
and 44 years, inclusive.
one knows about that wears our C Submit satisfactory proof of
been cut from the special deficien
llicir unii righi, in «»no
Their Lives— You Lend Your Money.'*
«>f ilio following formai
cy apprpriation budget. Tills would
date of birth and citizen
It's the plane spotting detail on
1 I Ite nonio <>f un« in
Washington, D. C.—Coming as it does upon the heels of have been divided among the
a holiday evening—after weeks of
II Have an excellent character. income tax payments, the people of America will face UH
Tlie intuirò of
nothing happening It’s the first
E Pass a mental alertness test acid test this month when the Treasury's Second War Loan otagie and for preventive purposes
aid class on the first spring day.
Ix-aders in both Oregon and
F. Pass a physical examination. drive opens April 12 with an objective of thirteen billion dol
It's the store being out of but G. Must not have financial de lars to be raised through sale of Government securities.
Washington forest industries cir
3. 'iìie n a ni e
individuili n* *
ter when we’ve so carefully ra
state officials and fire pro
olili ilio oll'i-r inni-
tioned our family. It’s the con H If married, must not have
tective assiciation wardens are
vidimi ua I mik I ìi 'Ì-
pendous ever undertaken by any government in the world’s bringing terrific pressure on west-
science that makes us buy bonds
children younger than 14.
whAi we want bright new clothes. WHERE YOl’ MAY GO TO JOIN history, must be loaned by people in ordinary walks of life. ei n congressmen to get the emer
Q. May a Borni he rrgl.lrrcd In
High Government officials have<’
It's all the things we do day in
gency forest fire fighting funds re
Most cities and towns have local
above what can be bought this year
and day out that nobody notices, WAAC recruiting volunteer com pointed out that the nation must not because of restrictions und ration instated und are asking the gen-
that makes us, not angry, but— mittees who can furnish informa fail in this duty to our men on the ing . . . approximately 40 billions eral public's support,
battle fronts who are now carrying
"Our need is greater than ever
tion and application forms. Larger the offensive to the enemy at every of dollars which should go into Gov
What we must do is to remem cities have army recruiting sta-, stage It is obvious to every thinking ernment Bonds.
and the possibility of sabotage of
ber that ill temper in these days tions which can furnish the nece- man and woman that as the United
It should be the objective of every our forests puts the Pacific Coast
is the warning of the danger hour cessary information. Write WAAC Nations take this offensive against American to invest these «loose dol in the combat zone of this war,"
on the home front. It is the sign Section, U. S Army Recruiting the dictators, the cost of war opera lars, idle dollars. In Government se said Orville Miller, president of
of the weakness in the fortifica Station, 614 S. W. 11th Ave.. Port tions increases in proportion.
curities. not only from a patriotic the West Coast Lumberman's as-
tions, the break in the line—and. land.
The American people must no standpoint, but from the standpoint social ion “The extra help must
just as on the battlefront, so on NO EXPENSE INVOLVED
longer think of war costs in terms of of their own financial security. Come from Congress to inc rvase
the home front, it means we must F i Upon acceptance of the applies-. equipping a soldier, building a tank There is available during the Second effectiveness of our forest fire
ran I buy a Homi by
War Loan a type of Securlly to fit fighting organizations by adding
can up the reserves.
tion, applicants living more than or plane or a ship. We must now every pocketbook.
mail front agencie* other
Why is it dangerous? Because 50 miles from Portland will be think m terms of the cost of bat
extra men to meet enemy attacks
Ilian a po»t oilice '?
through the gaps of discontent furnished transportation to Port tles. invasions and new offensives.
Are Wild Dollars
against our forests.”
A. M rite lo ilio Treasurer
may come the saboteurs, those land to complete the enrollment Attacking armies cost more money
In citing the need for th«- emer
Every dollar of these forty billions
of I lie IJnile«! Stales for
self-same sneak thieves who de process. Their meals will be fur than equipping that army and we of dollars available, which is not in gency funds Oregon State Fores
an order form or send
a letter with a check I«»
stroyed the countries of Europe. nished and if necessary, hotel must meet that increased cost by vested in Government securities ter Nelson 8. Rogers said, 'This
the Treasury Depart-
buying more War Bonds and Second during this War I.oan Drive- is a , money is designated to care for
They slow up work by saying— accomodations.
ment or to a Federal Re
War Loan Securities.
"wild" dollar which, together with emergency expense occasioned by
"You have done your share. Wait
serve bank stating num
Its mates, will tend to increase infla war hazards to our forests ami
till the other fellow catches up DUTIES IN THE W AACS
ber and Jenominalions
They Give Their Lives.
with you.” They delay the war
would supplement the already ex
of Bonds wanted and
It is not only necessary that the raise the cost of living to a point
effort by whispering. "Just this
tremely lai-ge contribution of in
giving complete in
American people left here at home
•triiclion« as to the de-
one day off You are only one. 'craft warning service, bookkeepers, assume this additional participation where the dollar is worthless. It dustry timber owners and the
You won’t be missed.'’ They waste bookkeeping machine operators, in the war effort—it is an honor to can happen. It happened in Ger ] state It is identical in amount
many after the last war when the
Q. Can Bomia lie attarhrd
material by saying. “You can save cadre clerks, camera technicians, do so
price of a loaf of bread cost more
drbt in rase of a jir 'iiu
i last year and which we used so
tomorrow. Have what you want cashiers, chauffeurs, classification do no less than attempt to approach than an annual wage.
A. Yrs. The right
the sacrifices of our brave men out
Invested in Government securi
reive pay nicol
Then when the will is weaken brarians, machine record opera on the fighting fronts to whom the ties. your dollar will work for you It be $488,820
Bond may be
"Private operators this year
last great measure of sacrifice is will hold down inflation because it is
ed, come the tank troops—"Every
ferret! through valid ju
one else is getting theirs. You’re cians, statisticians, stenographers but a daily offering They give their harnessed in war work; it will help have contributed $486.255 for fire
dicial proceedings, but I
a sap. Get yours." They attack
only if the Homi itself
buy food, transportation, munitions
i» surrendered to the
iac'al and religious groups, im Remember theat each WAAC lend our money.
for our boys on the front lines and . associations. the sta'e has put up
And- that is the theme of the Sec it will be earning interest that, to ! another $377,907, and private tim
puting to all, the mistakes—com will replace a soldier for combat
See 'I’rrasury Depart
ond War Loan. ’ They Give Their gether with your original loan, will ber land owners in addition will
mon to all groups—of a few in-I duty.
ment Circular No. 530,
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Lives—You Lend Your Money."
come back to you later to help you spend this year an ad<|itlonal
dividuals. They make scapegoats
Financial experts who know mone buy the things you cannot buy today $1,117,600. Stale Forester Rogers
and use them as alibis for negh-'
gence, indifference and selfishness
And then—in through the breaks tions, a new signal light has been out that at the present time there is future.
This extra money we want is for
Remember those boys out there preventive measures to meet the
jou keep W nr Bond«,
made by the tanks, pour the shock produced which has a fresnal lens in liquid funds, cash and commer
similar to those used in light, cial bank deposits over and above . . . in Tunisia ... in the South ever-present dangers and hazards
op Io 10 year«, the mom
troops of the conqueror.
Valuable they become.
Westinghouse engineers taxes and present investment in Pacific . . . They give their Uvea— caused by the war. This is a nat
How can we fight this subtle
Government Bonds, and over and You lend your money.
ional reatponsibiiity and must be
enemy? By throwing in the re state that a tight cluster of six
borne by the federal government ." WMl 7«7C
serves of character before the line pencil-shaped lamps are shielded
U- 8. Treasury beyl.
"It is unthinkable that Congreiul
is weakened By determining re so as to cut off all rays more than OSC Selected by Army PRECIPITRONS GO TO W AR
sistance to self-pity, discontent,
discouragement, resentment, prej It can be fastened to the mast For Advanced Work affect the nation's war effort, apropriations necesaary to protect DESIGN ARC SEARCH 1JGHT
according to Westinghouse engi 1 the forests of the United States
Military authorities recently re
udice. I have a motto I always of any ship; it is shock-proof and
OREGON STATE COLLEGE
carry with me which helps me. In - reliable. It serves in place of radio This institution has been selected neers The Precipitron is useful for during thui combination of emer quired a powerful searchlight for
the hope that it may help others. i for signalling when enemy planes as the “pool college" in the Uni removing dust from air breathed gency conditions." said Colonel W. operation on 24 volts direct-cur-
may be overhead.
by desert engines, thus lengthe B. Greeley, manager of the West
I quote it here:
ted States to which the army will ning their life. So as not to betray Coast lumberman's association. rant. According to accomplished
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"Anyone can carry his burden,
send students for advanced en- a ship's presence below the hori "This war is a hazard that affects
the impossible Ince arcs normally
however heavy, till nightfall. Any
The goal otjhf Second War gin ee ring training, Major Glen L. zon, the smoke from its stack can the Pacific Cqpst more than any
unstable at leas than 55
one can do his work, however
I.oan drive is 13 billion dol Webster, executive officer of the be eliminated by a similar electro I other area of the United States.
new type of carbon elec
hard, for one day. Anyone can
lars. That is just about one Army Specialized Training unit
We arc extFemcly vulnerable to trode plus a n<-w control M-hcme
live sweetly, patiently, lovingly,
fifth of the estimated increase here, has announced. This means
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attack from the sea twice last produced a light stable even at
purely, till the sun goes down.
of the Public Debt for the fis that student soldiers eligible for
See us now for Automobile year abortive attempts were made 18-volts with a light beam of
And this is all that life ever really
cal year of 1943.
the more advanced engineering Liability Insurance.
to set fire to our forests by enemy <
training will be sent here for what Mrs. M. T. Bums—on the Plaza. planes from submarines. We have 50 million candlepower, Not
in some cases may be equivalent
the largest areas of inflamablc |
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to late senior or post-graduate STUDENT OFFICERS ELECTED coniferous forests running right than previous models.
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work. Some have already come
down to the water’s edge. The pos- G CENTS AT < III TH II
from the University of Minnesota
thern Oregon College of Education ¡abilities ate frightful unless we
Members of all Patriotic organi
and the University of Michigan,
were elected last week an follows, get this money for adequate pre- zations are invited to the Morning
More than 600 students in army to serve next year: President, Ver ventloln and protection of our Worship service of the First Pres
private's uniform and on pay are non Kolen of Marshfield; vice- critically neeiied forests."
byterian Church at 11 a m. Sunday
now attending classes- here. Of president. La Mar Ormond of Ash
More than 1500 high school boys May 30th, according to Rev. How
these, 220 are junior and senior land; secretary. Evelyn Wirostek 16 and 17 years of age have been ard G. Eddy, Minister.
R.O.TC. men who have returned] of Marshfield; treasurer, Marie under intensive training this win
from Camp Lewis, where they 1 Pochetu of Paisley: pep promoter, ter by state forestry officials pre operators have done all they can.
were formally inducted into active Ida Willard of Ashland.
paring them to take over the jobs them. They will be subject to call.
service. The others are men sent I
of emergency fire crews In all for That mean« we will not have to
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here from scores of camps where
"Gardening this year amounts to est areas in this Mate. Their wages affut down logging campa to get
they were selected for engineering a lot more than a way to get and suport would be met From | men to fight forest fires, except
training. The latter are housed in wholesome exercise or to blow off these emergency funds. The im in extreme emergency.”
the men’s dormitory and the for patriotic steam. I am not under portance of maintaining these ■ Senator Rufus Holman will take
mer in four fraternity houses estimating either their health or crews of young men in 5-, 10- and the lead .it is understood, in the
leased for the purpose.
morale values when I say that the 20-man combat teams scattered fight which apparently will be nec
Regular enrollment this term main reason for victory gardens through forest areas where they essary to get an emergency appro
has reached 2801 exclusive of the is to produce additional food to can rush to a fire and get at it priation acted upon favorably.
A.S.T.U., or an even 3200 counting help fight this war.” Chester C. while it is small wax stressed by Format leaders urge that citizens
such special students.
I of the Northwest write their rep-
Davis, Food Administrator.
"We must have this money," : resentaUves and tell them of the
Rogers went on. "These young great need for the protection <»f
boys we are training for emer the forest lands of the Northwest
He Who Laughs-—Lafts!
You 11 cheer Deanna Durbin as "The Amazing Mrs. Holliday," her first
gency standby fire combat teams from which more than one-third
picture in a year. Edmond O’Brien is in the supporting cast.
may mean the difference between of all the government needs for
saving our forests and losing I lumber for war is coming.
Wash Frocks..................... $1.59-$1.98-$2.98
Slack Suits............. .$3.98-$4.98-.$5.98-$8«90
Skirts....................................... .$1.98 to $4.98
Blouses..................................... $1.00 to $3.98
Better come in and see this swell
this type of
line of Dresses
material can not last very long