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WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar.
(the only woman to do so other
than the queen of Holland), she
declared that it was a mistake to
regard Japan as secondary to Herr
Hitler and stated that the Japanese
have already captured in their cam
paign more raw materials to keep
on fighting than the Germans have.
Madam Chiang Kai- Shek received
tumultuous applause when she
made this statement; it was the
high spot of her address and dem
onstrated that congress entertained
the same views. Result of her visit
is that Edward Stettinius, manager
for lend-lease, has announced that
China will share with Britain and
Russia the guns, tanks, planes and
food from this country. Up to this
TT . 1 i m t i . iist-ru. xi will tiLio wuilU V . uJ ill JO
Here is what Triple A has estab- time of bilions o dollaR5
7 TM, m TV lend-lease China has received only
at in 1943: White potatoes 44,000 $170000 000
acres, dried field peas 28,000, dry ''',
edible beans 5000, flaxseed 2000: j j t r j
i , aa , , Payments to dependents of de-
sows, spring farrowed, 49,000; fall Jd veterans f this war have
farrowed 34,000. Marketings, cattle f l UU3,war A,
1 , Lnnnn , , , , already started. These dependents,
1 u 5 ' ' 1153 ve received $188,874, and
lambs, 740,000. J. V , , . . ' , '
nn I , . . , this is only the beginning, for the
The goal for milk is 1 WOOO.MO yments U eventually run into
pounds; chickens 19,130000 pounds, the bmion3 dolarg Pensions
kZ3a ' 'T Vds. paid for the first world war have
760,000 dozen. In announcing these reached $4,619 000,000.
tr 41 oaja win give UJ
farmers, within limits of authority
all possible assistance in obtaining
loans, equipment, help, or whatever
is needed to insure production.
Weshington, D. C, Feb. 27 Next
year there would be 10,000 acres
ready to farm on the Deschutes
project in central Oregon' if con
gress would make an appropriation,:
Demands for home loans in Oregon of $1,000,000 and war production
dropped last year to $3,669,800 from board would revoke its order pro
5,620.656. This is attributed to war hibiting construction work of all
conditions. However, the amount of kinds. There would be an additional
loans on books of insured loan as- 35,000 acres ready for the plow in
sociations reached $16,793,000 on 1945, and so on to completion of the
December 31. As the demand for project. This , project is one of a
loans fell off the associations in- number of reclamation jobs which
vested their idle funds in govern- have .been held up by the WPB,
ment bonds and have in the pouch but since this stop order was given
$1,771,000. the question of food for soldiers,
lend-lease and the civilian popula
Labor camps in Oregon are at tion has assumed serious propor
Nyssa, Athena, Merrill, Malin, Tule tions.
Lake, Hood River, The Dalles, West in a land of plenty, food will be
Stayton, Coburg, Turner, Medford SCarce this year, tne next and on
and Yamhill. Fanners in the vicin- lhrough to the duration's end) and
ity of these camps are hoping con- hereafter, for following the war
gross will see tiiat migratory labor the u the United States is
is available. These camps are so to feed hundred miUions
located that they can serve almost of starvin les m
any crop m the state. Rep. Lowell comprising Europe fa north
Stockman appeared before an ap- Mrica short rf manpower and
propnations suboommittee and t u- u j-
""T 1 , , . , . shortage of machinery is handicap-
made a plea for sufficient funds to f c .
.j a ,,. pmg farmers of this country a no
provide the labor this year. Sugar u ,1
r , . j 1 . b there is no assurance that they will
beets, onions, peas and potato grow- 1 c j iL 1. , .
ers are especially anxious to W V? t " f7
their labor requirements taken care 19,42'. ajthUgh ,orders ? e
of. (Over-all appropriation request- inf rf to exceed the
ed for the entire country for this harVeSt of yar '
purpose is $65,000,000). PINE CITY NEWS
Drivers of the common carrier ,By BERNICf wattenburger
trucks up and down the highways Clyde Saling Called
and the mechanics have been de- n lL C 1 J
clared part of an essential industry. By Death batlirday
The classification came too late to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Barhtolomew
give general satisfaction and there left Saturday for Portland where
By Mrs. Omar Rietmann
400 Carloads Wheat
Slated for Shipping
Now that roads are becoming
firm, wheat is coming into the
Tone warehouse in a steady stream.
Some 400 or more carloads are
slated to be shipped. Enough for
40 million loaves of bread.
' Mrs. Delia Nance reported 607
No. 2 ration books were issued in
this district last week.
Mrs:. -Tonni Elder spent Satur
day and Sunday visiting Mrs. Lana
Pedberg. She accompanied Mr. and
Mr3. James Lindsav and their dau
ghter Helen to Pendleton where
she took a train to her home in
Bremerton, Wash. Helen returned
to her studies at E. O. C. E. at
La Grande after a visit at home.
Mrs. Elwayne Peck will leave
this week for Santa Anna Calif.
Sb-) plans to remain there for some
time, to be near her husband who
is in training there with the armed
Word was received last week
that Miss Ella Mason' and J. R.
Caples of Portland were married
February 20 at the Unitarian
church in Portland.
Bert Mason left lone Tuesday,
Feb. 23 for San Diego, Calif to
visit Bert Jr., who is now junior
photographer's mate first class. En
route Mr. Mason spent a few days
in Portland visiting his sister, Mrs.
J. R. Caples.
A number of the lone high school
boys accompanied Gene Inskeep to
Arlington to attend the basketball
tournament Thursday, Friday and
Tne Topic club party was held
Saturday night at the Masonic hall.
Six tables were played. Those pre
sent were Messrs. and Mesdames
Clyde Denney, Cleo Drake ,Carl
Feldman, Omar Reitmann, Louis
Bergevin, Charles Carlson, Hugh
Smith, Victor Reitmann; Mesdames
Gene Inskeep, Sanford Nance, Har
riet Biown, Clel Rae, Dixon Smith
C. W. Swanson; Misses Guerney
and Currier ,and Carlton Swanson.
Thie prizes were won by guests:
Carlton Swanson and Mrs. Nance,
high; Mrs. Dixon Smith and Mr.
Bergevin, low; members:Mrs. C. W.
Swanson, Clyde Denney, high; Mrs.
Drake and Carl Feldman, low.
Mrs. Delia Corson received word
Thursday that her son Eldred has
been promoted to captain in the air
force at Doming New Mexico.
Thie lone P. N. G. meeting was
held at the home of Elaine Riet
mann. Plans were completed for
the district convention to be held
here March 20. The following offi
cers were elected for the coming
year: president, Ida Fletcher; vice
president, Vida Heliker, secretary
treasurer, Gladys Drake. " Those
present were Mesdames Ida Flet
cher, Vida Heliker, Delia Corson,
Gladys Drake, Ella Davidson, Nor
ma Rae, Henry Aldrich and Elaine
Mrs. Sanford Nance received
word from her husband who is in
the east that he has been promoted
After three months of holding
school from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
during the short, dark days to ac
commodate the children coming
from a distance, the lone school
has returned to the regular hours
of 9 to 4.
Mrs. Rose Smith of Kinzua is
caring for Mrs. David Rietmann
who is improving from an attack ,
Norman Swanson of Portland is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Swanson.
, Miss Esther Frick, employe of
the First National Bank of Port
land Heppner branch, is reported
improving after three weeks treat
ment for sinus trouble. Miss Frick
is with friends in Newberg.
has been a large shift from th
trucks to the army or to the ship
they were called1 by the ' sudden
death of Clyde Saling, brother-in-
yards. The life of the interior of law 0f Mr. Bartholomew
Oregon depends upon truck trans- Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Myers and
portation, and with the shortage Mrs. Marion Finch spent Friday in
of drivers and mechanics some Pendleton shopping,
communities are expected to run Mr .and Mrs. Fred Burks of
into difficulties before the end of Echo were Sunday dinner guests
this year. at the A E Wattenburger home.
Mr .and Mrs. Marion Finch and
Request of the U. S. bureau of daughter Patty spent Sunday in
mines for money with which to Hoppner.
Duiia a sponge iron plant in tne Mr .and Mrs. Jasrcr Mvers and
family were Sunday dinner guests
at the Russell Moore home.
Mr. and Mrs. B .W .Wattenbur
ger and family spent Sunday in
vicinity of Scappoose to experi
ment with the iron ore in Colum
bia county has been placed on file.
The bureau was given an appro
priation of $300,000 last year to pasco with Mr .and Mrs.
make these experiments, but says Wattenburger.
that it has difficulty in obtaining Mr and M'rs Clayton Ayers and
the materials for a plant and that Mrs. Roy Ayer9 and daughters,
nothing can be done at Scappoose Mrs. Mary Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs.
or elsewhere until later in the in- Charley Moorchead and family and
definite future. The charge has Marion Finch and daughter Patty
oeen maae on me senate noor mat wore Heppner callers Saturday,
the big steel companies have done
all thoy could to discourage devel
opment of sponge iron as this would
be competition with their elaborate
Miss Marie Healy returned to
Portland Sunday after a week's
visit at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Healy, while
blast lumaces wnicn use another ur WdVmr .Tadr i nt hnmo
method. In the first world war Jack Healy of the United States
everything was ready for a new n:ivy lcft Thursday for New Or
steel plant in the vicinity of Port- .ang after a wee ieave.
land until a steel executive was
placed in charge of steel production IN HOSPITAL
for - the nation, and he promptly Mr?. Hone Laughlin was taken
vetoed the Portland plan, asserting to a hospital in The Dalles Friday,
it was unnecessary. Mrs. Laughlin was suffering from
an attack of ptomainie poisoning,
Although a house guest of the acquired on a recent vacation trip
president of the United States, both to California, and wrs not respond -at
Hyde Park and the White House, ing to treatment. She expected to
Madam Chiang Kai-Shek did not return to Heppner this . week-end.
hesitate to differ from him on his In her absence, Mrs. Shirley Blake
foreign policy. When the famed has been in charge of the rationing
Chinese woman addressed congress board office.
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Not for several months
But NOW is the time to
make a start to get ready
Things being what they are we
suggest that you get your
repaired without delay.
GET READY FOR SHEARING
Wool Sacks - - $1.39
Woo! Twine-Pound .25
Sacks are made from a treated woven paper fabric
weight 4 pounds. '
Twine is 1-ply fleece cut in 8-ft lengths, packed
2o0 lengths to hank, 20 hanks to bundle, Weight 6
pounds per hank.
Mail order only. Get orders in immediately to insure
Sheep Marking Paint-on hand-Gal 1.89
Red, Green,1 Black
Insulate for Hect Saving
Pal-O-Pak will do the job efficiently and
One bag will make a 4-inch covering for 20 square
feet. Can be used in attics and side walls. Anyone
can apply it. Government tests show that G5 of heat
loss is through ceilings.
Pal-O-Pak Insulation, per bag - 1.19
Sleepy Hollow Platform Rocker 32.95
Beige and Blue
Faxton Covering, Wine - - 37.50
Also asphalt roofing and brick siding
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