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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Oct. 21 , 1948
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Pnstor, Shelby E. Graves.
Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday
school, Mrs. Ora Wylnnd, supt.
11 a.m., worship hour. Miss
Johnson of Dcpop Bay will be
speaking in behalf of Home Mis
sions. 7:45 p.m., Miss Aekerman will
Wednesday, 7:45 p.m., prayer
meeting in the lone Assembly of
Thursday, 7:45 p.m., Bible study
end prayer meeting.
Can you say as David of old,
"That I was glad when they said,
let us go into the house of the
METHODIST CHUHCH '
J. Palmer Sorlien, minister.
Sunday, October 24:
Morning worship and sermon
at 11 a.m. The morning sermon
will be given by Rev. Dorothy
Harding who is with us for two
weeks as a special worker from
Mir Oregon Conference Board of
Church school at 9:45 a.m. We
have a class for every age. Miss
Harding will be with us for the
Wednesday: First Wednesday
of each month is the regular
meeting of the Womans Society
of Christian Service.
Nov. 20: Bazaar and tea by the
Wotpans Society of Christian Ser
vice. Special: Dr. Adams, our district
superintendent of the Portland
district, will be wilh us for quar
terly conference Wednesday, Oct.
27, at 7:30 p.m.
ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC
Schedule of services:
Mass in Heppner on the 1st
and 3rd Sundays at 9 a.m.; 10:30
Mass in lone on the 1st and
3rd Sundays at 10:30 a.m.; 2nd
and 4th at 9 a.m.
Mass on the fifth Sunday one
mass only in Heppner at 9 a.m.
on the 2nd and 4th.
FROM THE ROCK-BOUND
COAST OF MAINE
T0 THE SUNNY SHORES
SAVE AT REXAU!
October 20, 21, 22, 23
Humphreys Drug Co.
Holy days of obligation: Mass
in Heppner at 7:30 a.m.; mass
First Fridays of the month:
in lone at 9 a.m.
Mass in Heppner at 7:30.
Geo. Harris Hatch, minister;
Don Campbell, supt. Bible school,
at 10 o'clock Sunday morning,
followed by communion and wor
ship service at 11 o'clock. Sermon
subject for this Sunday will be
"The Foolishness of Preaching."
The evening service at 8 o'clock
features the junior choir under
the direction of Mrs. Truman Mes
senger Sr. Following the singspi
ration the pastor will speak on
"The Secrets of Pentecost." Ev
erybody in the Lexington com
munity is invited to come and
worship with us. It is your
church! We need you! And you
need the church!
By CHARLES L. EGENROAD
Washington, D. C The United
States never needed its security
bolstered more in its history than
it did when Harry Truman at
tempted to pull the sneak play
with "I like old Joe" Stalin.
Governor Thomas E. Dewey and
Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg
promptly calmed the turbulent
international waters with sound
confirmation of the cooperative
policy toward Russia to which we
are pledged with Britain and
France and other western Euro
A strong saving factor in the
situation created by the Truman
to Vinson - to Joe double - cross
combination was Governor Dew
ey's position of being the nation's
overwhelming choice for the next
President of the United States.
The New York Governor had
long before made his position
clear on the international picture,
; nd Secretary of State George C.
Marshall knew as he flew back
to this country that fate had
made it imperative for him to
lake a stand against his own
He knew that if he could block
he Truman blunder, which he
aid, that the solid foreign policy
built up through bipartisan ef
fort would be saved for a Presi
dent after January 20 who is
pledged to make t hat policy
strong and who keeps his pled
ges. It must be disconcerting to Sec
retary Marshall and those with
whom he is working toward try
ing to bring peace out of a cha
otic situation, to be forced to de
pend upon a President who in
Jour months reverses his Euro
pean policy without as much as
consulting with his Secretary of
On last June 12, while Mr. Tru
man was cavorting about the
counlry on a "non-political" trip,
e sid in a speech at the Uni
versity of California that there
would be no two-handed "deals"
etween this country and Russia.
He went even further to say:
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EXAMS TO BE HELD FOR
NAVY ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS
Oregon high school students
are again eligible to take quali
fying examinations for navy
ROTC scholarships valued at
from $5000 to $6000 per year, an
nounces Captain C. M. Jensen,
head of the NROTC at Oregon
Selection of next year's quota
of 2300 students will be made
from those taking the competi
tive aptitude tests to be given in
eight Oregon cities on December
11. All high schools now have
application forms which must be
submitted by November 10.
Oregon State is one of 52 lead
ing colleges with NROTC units
and now has 85 students attend
ing under full scholarships in
which the navy pays all tuition
and fees plus $600 a year in cash.
Students take any course they
choose plus a naval course each
term and three summer cruises
leading to a commission and not
less than two years of active ser
vice. in the act of preparing a two
handed deal with Russia.
It was on that same "non po-
! litical trip" in fact, just four
,days after he pledged no two-
nanaea deals with Kussia inai
I Mr. Truman said in a train plat
'form speech: "Thank God the for
eign policy of the United States
has not gotten into this brawl
meaning the campaign, of
Yet, he was the one who not
only attempted to get it into the
"brawl" (if that is what he be
lieves the election of a President
to be), but came within a five
o'clock whisker of putting the
Supreme Court of the United
States in with it.
program in the medical and bio
j logical sciences.
I Two scientists from O.S.C. spent
last summer in special study at
jthe Oak Ridge atomic plant and
at the Brookhaven National lab-
1 oratories learning the techniques
of research with radioactive ele
ments now available for such use.
They will in turn train graduate
fellows and will supervise re
search in that field.
Other cooperating institutions
Jn this re-jion are the medical
school in Portland, the college
of liberal arts at the University
n Oregon, and Reed college.
President Truman has reversed their deepest inroads upon our
himself three times on Palestine! , national life. J. Edgar Hoover,
I Director or ui.
During the past five years Am
erican . Communists have made
Hear Sam Gordon spout bridge,
Legion Hall, Oct. 28 29 30.
Hear Sam Gordon spout bridge,
Legion Hall, Oct. 28-29-30.
"I have said before and I repeat
now: The door is always open for
honest negotiations looking to
ward genuine settlements. The
door is not open, however, for
deals between great powers to the
detriment of other nations or at
the expense of principles."
Four months later, almost to
the day, Mr. Truman was caught
ItOTC CHEMICAL UNIT
ADDED AT O.S.C.
Organization of a chemical
corns in the armv ROTC nroeram
ihere has been authorized, making
O.S.C. one of only seven leading
technical institutions in the coun
try where these are established.
Past superior rating of the unit
and the strong work in science
and other technical fields led to
the selection. Other ROTC units
here are infantry, artillery, air
force, engineers and signal corps.
"I have seen enough of Federal
bureaus ... to say with author-
jity that the people back home
have nothing to say about the
action of a bureau in Washing
om where I sit ... ly Joe Marsh
a r a j
Insr pirvrn to work on
ATOMIC RESEARCH BY AEC
Oregon State college and three
other schools in Oregon are now
listed amonp 13 universities as
cooperators with the Atomic En
ergy commission in its fellowsmp
There's lot of difference of
opinion in our county on the best
kind of pasture. Some say alfalfa
mixed with brome grass others
say mixed with oats or barley. But
all agree that mixture'! better
than a single crop.
I sometimes think people are the
game way and the strength of
America is its mixture of so many
different strains some from one
country, some from another right
down to little differences: like
folks who have a taste for beer and
those who prefer cider.
From where I sit, so long as we
never become intolerant of one an
other's different tastes so long
as we live together with out differ
ences, and even $upptement them
the way brome grass does alfalfa,
then we're a mighty good crop!
So neighbor enjoy your cider
while I enjoy my beer! Vote for
your candidate I'll stand by mine!
But never let our difference
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THAT MAY CHANGE YOUR WHOLE LIFE
It takes just two minutes to read this ad and
what you decide as a result of it may change
your own life and that of your children for years
The point is simply this:
Those whom we elect in this ellction may well
decide most of the vital issues which will affect
you directly peace or war, prosperity or de
pression, moderate prices or high ones, progress
These are the reasons why it is more important '
than ever before that we VOTE FOR THE
i BEST MAN in every office, large or small.
HERE IS A CHALLENGE FOR YOU. Make
a real study of all candidates offering them
selves for public office in this election. Forget
for a moment your own party affiliation and
that of the candidate you are investigating.
Think only "Is this man, is this woman, the.
candidate best suited by personal background,
ability and record in public and private life for
this particular office?" Do this honestly and we
are sure that you, too, will vote Republican.
Remember, vote for the best man, may the best
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THOMAS (. DEWEY EARL WARREN GUY CORDON WAITER NORBLAD lOWELl STOCKMAN U II U I 1 1 I I I I (1
President Vice-President U. S. Senator Congressman Congressman M I I I I I I I I I I
first district) (second district) I I PI I J I J I LI
HOMER D. ANGELL HARRIS ELLSWORTH DOUGLAS McKAY EARL T. NEWBRV HOWARD C. BELTON GEORGE NEUNER l LJ ' U LJ LJ LJ L.
Congrtittman Congrauman Governor Secretary of State State Treasurer Attorney-General
(third district ) fourth d lit rid) Pd. Adv, Republican State Central Committee of Oregon,
Newell Ellwtt, Sec., i20 S.W. BrotkMay, Portland, Oregon.
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