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4 Heppner Gozette Times, October 10, 1946
Development of New, Revenue
Objective of Oregon Cities
DrvrlnptTH-n of new revenu i at the oix-nins luncheon on Wed
surrm will play a prominent part ! nesday. On Thursday, the 21st an
tn Aianuwoni at the Lt ague of j niversary oi the League of Ocrgon
Oregon cities 21st anniversary Cities al be celebrated, with past
convention to be held October 16- i presidents and foundirs of the
U at the Multnomah hotel in Port- i league as honored guests at the
land. City officials from all parts 1 luncheon and banquet. Associate
of the atate will attend the conven- j Justice J..mes T. Brand of the Ore
tian, which will be held m con- I gon Supreme Court will give the
junction with the tenth annual League banquet address, and Dr.
conference of the Oregon Finance 1 James H. Gilbert, dean of the col
OfiiotTi association. j lege of liberal arts. University of
A full day aesson on planning Ore.w, be the luneeon speak
v4 M,n a aubiect of particular Htursaay. Both of the foun-
intert to Oregon s growing ernes, "er s day speakers were prominent
will be held on Wednesday, Octo- ! " the early acuvmes of the Lea
ner 16. Biporta on recent planning fuc.
developments and new zoning or-
dinancei will be given during the ' E sought ls ox mjlk
morning aession. nie ugeiiua iw
th afternoon meeting will include
city planning problems, protection
of new highway routes through cii
iea, and reports on highway rout
The entire world pays food a
new respect. Governments are con'
cein.d mat their people be well-
ted ii uieir lands are to hold a
I p. ace amoi.g nations, acnoois are
How to get your Prosthetic Service
Card for artificial limb repairs
Newly incorpo4ated cities and t-oiictineu uiat children be well-
small cities laced with the cjxI fcjied if education is to pay
for expanding services wul have
a special dunce to aiscuss their
problems with veteran city duct
als, who will meet nuiit tnera at a
section meeting Wednesday after
noon. Revenue developments will be
discussed in Dotn league and li
nanoe oUicus sessions. Oilier fi
nancial lOi-s wnien will be con-
sioered uiciuue oond poceuuie,
budget law revision, analysis ot
debt lumtaiuon statutes, account
ing procc-auits to puouc employes
reirement system deductions, puu
uc worss linancmg ana piviaiu
innfl, assessmeui oi property uui
ing inliauon, and a summary ot
the recent complications at tax
exempt property in the state.
Topics to be discussed at the
general session Thursday afternoon
and Friday morning include build
ins; code developments, municipal
recreation programs, a report on
the state-wide retirement system,
the urban-rural fringe problem, an
nexation of new territory by cities,
ana a report ot the governors
committee on rural zoning. Spec
ial sessions will be held for engi
neres and attorneys, and airports
will be discussed at a section
Governor Earl Snell will speak
oivioei'us. Barents spend a large
share oi Uieir earnings for ice
lamuy lood. They tind satisfying
returns wnen wnoiesome food is
devoured eagerly by their oil
springs. We hear much about what we
should eau iviost cmiuien can re
cite te siory milk, iiuit, vegeia
Oies, meal, poultry, 1111, cucse.
tbbi, tueau, ceitai, oil Her. It is 1101
cou&n, 01 course to snow uui
uise are good locus. Ine persist
ent pruuidii is now to gel uie lam
uy to accept tnem as pari ot ev
eiyoay euiig. One piacucal soiu
uon is luio-uig ways to serve these
foods so that the whole family en
joys them. Exchanging ideas for
favorite family dishes is a neigh
borly way to share experiences
Our neighbors in other lands meet
these sa.T.3 problems. They too
have experience to contribute to
their adventures with food.
It is interesting to note the many
ways different peoples use dairy
products as foundation foods as
dots the alert homemaker in this
country. Milk in its many forms
gives much protection in food
values. Serving dishes made with
milk and with other dairy foods
using milk as a beverage these
O Get 4 photos of yourself, !Cx IX", full face.
from mid-chest, mode on thin paper.
Go to nearest VA office, furnish personal
information and your 4 photos, fill out VA
Form 10-2501, and sign 4 Service Cards.
0 Your plastic-sealed Prosthetic Service Card,
with instructions for use, will be sent to
you by registered mail within a week.
0 Present card at any limb or repair shop,
anywhere, for immediate limb repairs up to
$35... Sign your name on vendor's invoice
exactly as it appears on card.
W , P 9 UMBS
big our recent bereavement, we extend our heartfelt thanks. Mis. Elsie Stevmson
Mr. and Mrs. John Freund
havo Ions been common practices TO THOSE WHO EXPRESSED
in countries that take pride in the their sympathy in so many
food habits of their people. beautiful and practical ways dur-
Livestock and Farm Equipment
Beginning at 10 A. M. Sharp
Thursday, October 17
RUNNION SALES YARD
Opposite Standard Oil Plant, Heppner, Oregon
Over 400 Head Livestock!
Including more than 100 cows due to calve in the spring; registered bulls and hei
fers from the Roy Robinson Hereford herd; registered bulls from the Jim Valentine
Shorthorn herd; about 200 head of stock hogs, feeder pigs and fat hogs; two-year-old
heifers, calves and steers; work and saddle horses.
Farm Machinery of All Kinds
Dining sets, davenos, davenports, dressers, etc., hot water tanks and heaters, and
numerous other articles.
Livestock must be ot corrals evening of Oct. 16 or early the morning of the 17th.
Dairy type cattle offered for sale must betested. All cattle must be brand inspected
Anyone having something to sell is urged to enter it in this sale. But do it early for
this will be
The Biggest Public Sale Ever Held Here!
TERMS : CASH
V. R. RUNNION
f A PUPUR FUR expert MONDAY-TUT, Q::v : 'liSI
h Witt BE IH OUR STORE... '
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A Family of Furriers for Over 100 Years
You Actually Save TWO WAYS ....
1. DUPLERS Anniversary Sale of Furs tra
ditionally brings you sensational sav
ings. 2. DUPLER'S planned and bought for this
event months ago, long before prices
soared. ..bought in such tremendous vol
ume that even greater savings were
Season's 4 Popular Furs!
$109 plus tax
Mouton Dyed Lamb, Black Kidskin, Beaver
Dyed Coney, Black Persian Lamb Paws.
Many Other Furs Priced From
$I49 to $l,000
Duplcr salons are in New. York City. Denver, Pueblo, Ogden, Salt
Lajte City, Albuquerque, and more than 400 selected na;eii(s feature
Famous Dupler coats.
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BEL Anderson & Wilson"
Heppner Oregon -:
It still looks like a long wait
for new cars. Meanwhile, why put up with
a car that looks and acts its age?
Drive in for a check-up by export Ford
Mechanics. They'll give speedy service, using
Genuine Ford parts and special Ford methods.
Your Ford dealer knows your Ford best.
! ecs J'eoS
A tune-up will make your Ford act
young again. And it'll look younger, too,
yrith fenders straightened, upholstery cleaned
and repaired, paint renewed.
Yes, your car will art nnd Ionic young
again. And you'll feel great to li.ivo that
new-car pep under your foot, thai. ;Jiiny
spick-and-span cur to drive.
For prompt Service Fairly Priced