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6 Heppner Gazette Times, November 4, 1943
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to disrupt American industry and
war production board sought to
avert this calamity by promoting
an expansion program for hemp
Commodity credit corporation
and defense plant corporation were
called upon and the former an
nounced a guaranty- of $30 to $50
a ton for hemp straw. DPC fol
lowed with an offer to finance the
erection of 42 hemp mills at a cost
high schoolg and college all over RETURNS FROM VISIT
the country. Mrs. R. K. Drake returned a week
ago from Salem and Portland
Boys between 17 and 18 may take where sjpeat several days vi-
thia test providing they will grad- siting Her daUghter; Claudine, is
uate from high school before March ttendmg business college in Salem.
1, 1944. If they do not graduate
then they may take the . test in ON VACATION
sjtaft April. The test covert general edu- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cowins went
STAFF cation. If a person makes an ac- to Pendleton Monday to spend a
Editor .. Merlyn Kirk ceptable score, he is then eligible few days with their daughters, Rae
Aidt Editor Marvlou Fertmson for a military scholarship Under Cowins and Mr. Walter McNeill.
Wajhington, D. C. Nov. 4 There
has been plenty of hooey regard
ing the repeal of the Chinese ex
elusion act. Congressional speakers
have said the law originally was
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of $360,000 for each mill. Kentucky w ouiuim gram Qr the nayy y12 program land to round out msL Cowins1 va-
farmera -were urged to produce the Asst. Sports Ed. Tad Miller cation of a week to 10 days.
seed and agricultural adjustment spcl. Story Writer .... Jean Turner ORCHESTRA STARTED ,
administration rushed men into the Interview Betty A band within our band has been WORD OF APPRECIATION
corn belt where they succeeded in .. .
siming up 20,000 farmers to grow Uazette llmeS KeP rench first atio was hPlrl Mondav.' fi
hent. At the top price of $50 a
ton the hemp crop promised re- MUSTANGS BLANK HONKERS
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turmt oi uu an acre ana uie iai- TjpTvnnpr
The first practice was held Monday.' department and our neighbors
wno rusnea to our assnance at mi
The orchestra is compoed of ten j morning hour and saved our
members of the high school band. i,. c Ammo.
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a mistaken one and even President ! J oy trimming tne Arlington lionK- Df training and to provide enter
The purpose of this organization is
Roosevelt criticized the passage of
the exolu?Jon act. The t'uih is that
JoLn Sutter was the cause of bring-
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;Cr not. afford to over- lrbl m? !.ndfy to give its students a different type
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauman
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dyerson
ers 12 to 0.
But now. with greatly increased in the fi?cond quarter, after Hep- social affairs,
import of hemp from Central and pner had taken the ball on a block- :
ing Chinese to this country when South America and the opening ed kick, Edmondson scored from
gold wa3) found in hig millrace up of a possibile supply from Italy, the fve yard line. Midway in the
back in 1848. There came a demand war production board has lost its fourth quarter Bill Ulrich circled
for cheap labor and the Chinese enthusiasm for the domestic pro- his cwn right end for 65 yard and
were imported. They came as con- duct and both CCC and DPC stand the second touchdown,
tract labor. The resentment against to be left holding the bag if they Tne Mvistang showed much
the Chinese was really resentment make good their promise to the more power offensively because of
against the labor contractors who farmers. Only two mills have been better blocking and running. The
were bringing them in to do hard completed so far and only a few Honker running and passing at-
work for little pay. The American others are scheduled for comple- tack was slowed down consider-
workmen went on a rampage tion this year, so defense plant aby by m
as the Chinese were depressing the corporation may be able to pull
scale of wageg and consequently out of the venture with the mini- MUSTANGS TANGLE WITH
the standard, of living. A handful mum of loss. But commodity credit BLUE DEVILS
of rice, a few cent a day and a corporation iS obligated to see that Scheduled for Friday Nov 5 isi
guaranty that their bones would the farmers do not suffer loss al- a fa H'
be sent back to China if they died though their product may not be .
in the United States was the total needed in the war effort. Mean- ten&ea with the Condon Bluedev-
compenation of the aliens. Not- while war production board ig- ils on the c(pposing team's field,
withstanding the assertion of Pres- nore its responsibility for the mix- It ig rumored that a heavy back-
ident Rooevelt, enactment of the up and goes merrily on its way, on the oppa ex
exclusion act was not a mistake. brining imports of hemp and sisal' , j '
ua rt p F?ated- and e resulting scofre
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tainment for themselves . and
for To buy, sell or trade, use the G-T
It is funny how congress can j to is unpredictable. Although Condon
land 1,000 Chinese who had de- 0 t . - , trounced h Arlington 13 to 7.
serted from British ships because Secretary of the Interior Harold COLLEGE TEST COMING
serteo. trom Hntufc ships oecau-e ,indi endble man ..
they were poorly paid by Briti J Abe Forta abmt On Nov. 9, the Army-Navy col-
skippers, harshly treated and were q. ln h lege qualifying test will be given in
being sent into dangerouSi zones. , J , , ' . , , .
rrn v -x- v. . j ii causea many a sieepie- 3 nigiu iu
The British wanted these crewmen ., , . x
me owners 01 private uiume-i in
the Pacific northwest, has finally
back, so to please the British skip-
passed a bill (H. R. 2076) forcing nned a uniform despite Hones
these Chinese to return to Brithh
sihips. and there was no voice
raised then to speak of the brave
Chinese allies as has been done in
Harold's announcement of his ir-
Cloakroom gossip has) it
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exclusion act Bone will not be a candidate for
re-election because of illness. The
When this bill reached the sfen- nator has been ailing for some
ate last July it was given an amend- rtire from'pUDUC life, come Janu-
ment that took the sting out and time ad his friends believe he will
saved the Chinese ship-jumpers ary, 1945. If such is the case, it will
from being put in the class of throw a different light on the po-
runaway slaves of the re-civil Htical situation in Washington. It
war day?). Congressmen who a few i, known that several Democrats
short months ago voted to turn the are aspirants for Bone's seat, should
Chinese sailors over to the Brit- he retire, and they have been try-
ish have since been loudest in the ing to get the senator to say sipme-
demand for repeal of the exclusion thing definite on the subject. How-
act as an evidence of their high re- ever, at least one, and maybe two,
intend to go after his scalp, re
gardless'. In the meantime Mr. Bone
hag nothing to say on the subject.
QUICK RELIEF FROIVS
Syttikosrris of Distress Arising f rem
cue to EXCESS ACID
Free EookTells of ilomeTreatntcnttliat
Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing
Over two million bottles of the WILLABD
TREATMENT have been sold for relief of
By mptoms of distress arising from Stomach
and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excess Acid
Poor Digestion, Sour or Upset Stomach,
Gaosines3, Hearlhurn, Sleeplessness, etc.,
duo to Excess Acid. Sold on 15 days' triall
Ask for "Willard's Massage" which fully
explains this treatment Ireo at
ccr. :: ? tiug stose
Food Is a Weapon
Don't Waste It---
Did you hear about the woman who
sent her small son to buy extract of
beef and he came home with a bottle
Fine Marblehead Squash-
er than sweet potatoes!
Hood River Apples Newtowns.
Delicioius, Jonathans and Spitzen
bergs all federal inspected.
Choice cuts meats of all kinds
"Our shelves may be partly empty
But our store is ever filled
With your loveliness, dear ladies
That's why we're alwavs thrilled."
and in all probability won't until
gard for the ChineNe people
Lack of cooperation between gov
ernment agencies, supplemented by
the confusion incident to the chang
ing fortunes of war, will mean fi
nancial loss to many farmers un- lT , T T Tt
less Hie government is prepared MOVE TO CORVALLIS
to put up the cash and write off Raymond Drake has moved his fa
a a bad investment its efforts to mily to Corvallis to make their
produce hemp to take the place of home. They have rented the farm
the lipply cut off by Japan's cap- property of Mrs. Drake's father
ture of the southwest Pacific is-' near the college town and will en
lands and Italy's partnership with gage in farming. Raymond has been
Germany in their effort to domi- employed in a war plant at Glen
nate the rest of. the world. With dale. Calif, and found that a change
Japan's treacherous, attack upon was needed to benefit his health.
Pearl Harbor imports of hemp and He and Mrs. Drake and the baby
sisal to the United StateSf ceased visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
with a Suddenness that threatened K. Drake, before going to Corvallis.
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