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4-Heppner Gazette Timc , J
Shut-in Program M
Offering of KODL
A radio proirram especially i -ff4
to enlerUin hut-j; v
launched Mondav m-nnm; ov,-;
Utkm KODU The Ik.!!, s. It is .
sponsored by a (Troup . cit.r- r ;.
who have organized ana" inc..-po::-ltd
a Pleasant Pathway 5 with the ;
obj.ctiv btinR .to ptoviJe pntet- ;
tainment for those who through .- :
nraa or disability are unable 10
nek or enjoy entertainment sr. o:h- .
C. 11 Scrivner, farmer Heprr.-. r u-- J
resident, it president of t : :
Pathways, Inc., and is ii.vm.diy c.-::.
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1 Complete Firestone Lubric:
2 Drain and flush crankcase.
O Refill crankcase with clcrn,
0 (5 qts 25o oil).
4 Drain, flush and refill tr-:::-
5 Drain, flush and r:l".
L Clean, inspect a::.". :
Now Is Th3 V
" crity In
ii o' t :n
: . a iu ii ottuv of
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- - 1 - nv.iurineous
v !, . n. ceue.ty
. e 1 '-'.v llire
!i -.ted interim
. -. -see peii.tmrr comple-
' 1 ,1 reorganization. Counti s '
- c "nv the office will continue,
i ., i!.','. Imatina. Morrow and
tu c.--e.n:ies. ;
..,, r'SA and em. rgency :
e , ... j .,1 loan borrowers yviil
.. ?: . i little 11 r.nv bv the c.-.n-.
- .ii :r :i' ih..t ricse credit ,
i 1 i k from
-. r, l iui m.v.i. "The
1 i r Public;
" ! c.x-iev ct!i. is au
i , . ;, rnniii! crop ana
it 1 1 vise J j
.- u !.vn. 40-vtar farm!
1 1 ..i:is. small water facil-j
-. ... .-,::! s.ri-u-e loans. I
:i i c-nt.r'.'t'ncv crop loan
It htd m the
n s v -1 He an.l
s 1 t the tv. o former credit
:, r ..nplce services by
. . . . r . csp.ainoa Kuhl-
i.j.n ippiicalions will be
t 1 1 - 1 1 tt-v d b .inning
!..) inkv.maiion on changes
; . .... .... . .. nous or procedures will
. . n. r'-.i on lol!owm a state
. .1 pt ail supervisors sched
: ;va ;,i biuil, Novtmber 0-7-8.
!4-M Desf Clubbers
; Frcpore For 1947
i Be BETTY GRAVES,
4;I Beef Club Reporter
. Th. 4-H beef club met at the
T -l G us nnih with a turn-out
ii 1 1 1 s old and new, at
.. ' :. h iii-in the 1915-46 program
1 .. .i a close by returning rrc
1 s an 1 d cussing the Pa
i i I Livestock expo-
Beauty and the Best
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A Veterans' Day party at the Honolulu Army Navy USO Club
brings together Hawaii's most attractive ex-service woman, Mrs.
Esther Neptune, and Hawaii's most decorated veteran, Captain Alex
ander N. Kahapea.
Besides acting as a "bridge" for veterans returning to normal com
munity activity, USO serves the veteran by bringing USO-Camp Shows
units into veterans' and military hospitals on a regular basis,and by
scheduling parties, entertainment, and other social functions in these
Capitol Mews Letter,
Marriage Event of
1 1 i:;;in P t -s of H..ppi,er nnd
' c- 1 . i m ... i .Is of I ::iv't..n were
1 in m;u:i:i.;e '.'inulay n!!rr-
! i vi. N.v mi r 3. ;.t tb-' Molli'klist
! : ! - . , 111 H.rptler. K-e. J. 1V1-
c;,,.!,,;, 0t'.u.i:i'!n. The double
i v '. e.. !m..ny was ued. They
m,. iitti tided bv Elrov Martin of
I ..ixiirvt..!i and Mrs. Valenline of
IT. Ti-.iv .t. nio'luT o' the bti.l . Only
tin- im-v. d. i!e f..mi!ies and a f. w J
j c! -s... f icii is w-t t o pr .st-nt. Follow-j
! in.; a stun t wwUir-i! trip the younR!
eeoi ie v ill be at h.-ine in Lexing-1
III. e:i Mrs. n.i.-ty Du vail left j
TuivJ. y f'-T P. i l.ai.l viu-re Mrs. I
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' mttiest in mid to said vehicle. !
j Jii.-.tic cmtts have po'.v r tu re--
lease p,;.-ou-5 f,.l..ned ttl county
'.n!s en l if es:a' t.ii r iles an.l r. ;
uia leti ! te.-ir eon.:e.-t m ea-. s
v:h -ee tie- sel-.t r.ee is " tor ul.V
period ureter :-t:s mooins.
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Ihe eemniitiee apiuimed h
C 1 ri i
o it ii i ill n t i
t i n l t i i in ii til
ti , t i i O 1 ni t
m ior.eeei.1 N o '.' . ml err i.i to s-.uev
th i n tti li lis '
i i n i is t 1 1 by Ci iii-
Duiall will ur.di-H.i) a throat oper
Ceorp.i S!ca;'all arrived home
l-'.ittuday from the veteran's hos
1 i.al in WaMa Walla whs re lie had
!, in a paint lor several months.
A. M. Edwards and sun John
-p nt a t v days ia iVitiand at
i.. u itn to s un - busi:iev.s niatiers.
Mr. n.i.1 Mrs. E. K. McKadden
u.ie liiisiiie...s vi.sitois ill Ilermis
ti. 11 Saturday.
Sir. and Mis. Ceil Jones have
n turned from Union where they
were called by the illness of his
Mr. and Mi's. J. J. O'Connor spent
n few days in Spokane and north
ern Idaho laFt week. Mr. O'Connor
was celled to Spokane to attend a
conf retiee of Penney company
.iuinai;er.s and they returned home
.. ia KelloKp;, Idaho, where he for
merly operated a store.
II cm v.'Iicre I sit... Joe Marsh
- Who Cc C? Eassesf
.Isn cr Women?
hp, club was opened
v ; c'lb leader and club
I ' n 0 ayes was re-elected
b l. ...'e'.' New officers include
' .-mi ii Herman, president; Ron
B -ker, vice president; Jo
i t c clary, and Ingrid Her
i 1 is 'Int don't already have
c its f i this year are busy
t t m
ii.-.-i netting will be held
-r r 9 at the Herman ranch
- t-.pe Ati members and their
i e; r.-e ue. d to attend, as well
i o yyi-hes to join.
By MURRAY WADE
ONE ARMED BANDITS
Pinball machines and other sim
ilar devices operated in Oregon
during the past year naa a piay oi
approximately $3S,000,000, a recent
statement of the state tax commis
sion indicates. The state's cut for
the three months just passed was
S 121.741 which has been applied to
the nublic assistance funds of the
state and counties. The state's share
was $73,045, this amount being 60
percent of the total. The remaining
40 percent. 48.696, was allocated to
ihe counties in proportion, to the
amounts they pay for public assist
I V.cmbsrs To
: !!c-2 Friday
ei'ie you fitnv that poll m who
t:ie easiest. In. men or worn-(-1
coinre. the men voted thai
women ihJ. iinJ l.se women
ild lie It-.e same jn our town
1 a f iiu y 1 1 1 1 1 1 i lis
i u nu t d '.y
1 y i " h t c i " to at
' i 1 c u u u Ih 1 1 his
y 1 t' 1 n 1 his
, f ' i 1 a f i nds
i--.,! in el. eit.s tip tac dishes in
('1 curse, none of it paes y-ery
deep. Thad knows way deep down
that the Missus has plenty of work
rimniiifr a house; and Sue knowa
Triad's friendly glass of beer is well
deserved relaxation after a long
hard day's work.
From where I sit, most husbands
and wives may grumblo now and
then hut they know in their
her. Is it's a case of live and let
live, give and take, that comes out
pretty even in the end.
Your Firestone Dealt'
i 1 edul.d for 8 o'
t ling, Nov. 8, at
'. . r. i court room in the court
house in Heppner. Murl Cummings,
state director, will be present to
d -cuss current and future plans
;.-i(i will be prepared to answer
ru..Mi,.ns Members having griev-
enres will be given an opportunity
to air them.
- r,..d attendance of members
1 c sliding to local offi-
Sponsored by tr
for the benefit c(
SchcG: '.. 5
Where ever be
Lunch will be ser ve j
t f ft..
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: fhs evening
STILL THEY COME
Would a survey help? It might
establish that there are more real
estate agents than real estate. Ap
proximately 2000 real estate brok
ers and salesmen will have taken
the state real estate examinations
by the end of this year, according
to Real Estate Commissioner
Claude H. Murphy. The 27th ex
amination this year will be held
in Medford December 2, with oth
ers folloyving, in Salem December
4 and in Portland December 5 and
3. About 350 applicants will take
these examinations. Commissioner
Murphy left this yvtek for Atlantic
City, New Jersey, to attend the
annual convention of real estate
boards and license officials which
starts November 10.
TAX LEVIES UP $9,000,000
Substan'iial increases in tax lev
ies in virtually every county in the
state is revealed by the statement
of the state tax commission re
cently released. The levies total
553.363,058 which is a gain of 39,-
JOO.OOO over the 1945-46 fiscal year
levy. Multnomah, heaviest popula
ted county in the state, had its
levies raised from $17,811,039.08 to
MARTIN ESTATE $S2,100
An inventory and appraisement
iied with the stale department this
week shows the estate of General
-wi. IT Martin. U. S. army re-
'iied, and 1'orme.r governor and
congressman, to be 562,100.25.
The widow, two sons and a
daughter are chief b. nelieiaries,
under the will, of $14,428.32 in cash
and $47,000 in stocks, bonds and
VOTER PAMPHLET EXPENSIVE
The official voters' pamphlets of
the state of Oregon for the Novem
ber election cost the taxpayi rs over
$40,000. The editing of material and
inspecting of cuts jtocomplywith
the election laws, printing, address
ing and mailing ran to over $5i).0'j1
as the revenue from space bought
by candidates and proponents and
opponents of measures was only
$10,000. The printing for all coun
ties except Multnomah was dene at
the state printing plant m b.d.m.
The Multnomah county pamphlet
was done in Portland, then brought
to the capital for mailing by the
state division of elections. Approx
imately 10 percent of the pamphlets
did not reach the voters due to
change of address or death. Th se
were sent to county clerks vho
n moved the names from the regis
RECENT LEGAL OPINIONS
The following legal rulings have
been issued bv Attorney General
George Neurit r: A summons is not
process in Oregon and a sherut is
not criminally liable for service "un
Sunday or the Lords day." A writ
of attachment is process and under
some circumstances a sheriff may
be criminally liable for service on
County courts are authorized to
erect, maintain arid operate hos
pitals tor trie poor ana to proviae
taxes for their erection, mainten
ance and operation.
Forfeiture of an automobile, on
a charge of transporting intoxicat
ing liciuor, must be preceded by a
hearing aflording an opportunity to
be heard to anyone claiming ow
nership of, or any right, title or
man L. C. gammons.
t.i;ivn'4-A(, 19 16, United States Brewers Foundation
Lapel pins and earrings in charming flower designs
in natural and pink go!d pate-fine quality, rich and
enduring-ideal for gifts.
-We have a distinguished new collection in time for
Christmas and should be able to fulfill every desire.
TRY US TODAY
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IF YOU AREA
MUSICIAN . .
imij were in the servire long enough
i.) estublish an MOS. yu can now e
. iiiist very advantageously in a grade
expropriate to your training anil cx-pi-i
ieiiee. Tie army has IshumI a hurry
up cull for musicians. Openings In U.
i. Army bands! Good pay and ex
cellent opportunity to gain Valuable
aijilitinnal musical training. Bandsmen
with lloii Horn 432 through 4411 re
, t In one of the higher pay-brar.lt-
ntx. See your local army recruiting
ARMY BECBUITINQ STATION
Poatolfico BuilUuig, Pendleton, Ore.
m m b a t v
Rhea Gee!; 6rQn2e Hall
Music by Lly'c Orcuestra
Admission 87c plus 13c fax; lata! $1 a head
i the DAY, or
We stock a full line
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For Service that Satisfies bring your Ford "Back Home"
Where a!l mechanics
ere well trained
in Ford methods
parts are used
Exporionccd Ford mechanics who've a hpadncho to you or to us.
been away to war are back on the job. Try iw out! You'll be aHTeeably
So tlie "jammed up" condition that .surpi'inod at the prompt serviee we're
was unavoidable in our service do- now able to promise- and keep
partment duriiiK the war ift no longer on big or little repair jobs.
For prompt Service Fairly Priced
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