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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Jan. 13, 1949
Wheat Commission Starts Ball
Rolling On Research Projects
Purine tl,P I.rsi two years ihp Sl.oou worth ol projects design-
f u lu unci laic inr
wheat problem and for its efforts
won the unanimous endorsement
Orcpon Wh-;it immi.vsinn start
ed the h;. 11 mllinc on more than
'rom where I sit ... 61 Joe Marsh
We Both Won This One
Blew m; top thf other mominp
whm I discovered i shirt I'd put
on hd two buttons missing
"Joe," the m;ssu6 says, "do you
- read what you write.' For r
man who writes newspaper piece?
kll about tolerance, you sometime:
shew a lot of race prejudice."
"Race prejudice!" I hollers. "Nc
ens can accuse me of that" "1
' mean prejudice agaimt the entire
human race," she interrupts with
a smile. "Why get mad at the
i world over two little buttons?"
That took the wind out of me.
From where I sit (as I told the
missus that evening), a lot of ns
sometimes get too worked up over
little thing... little differences of
opinion or taste. One person pre
fers beer or ale, another prefers
cider or lemonade. But why criti
cize the other fellow just because
his tastes aren't the same as ours!
'That sounds more like yon, Joe,"
she laughs, snipping off a thread.
(It so happens she was sewing on
Copyright, W. United Suites Breven foundation
of the Oregon Wheat Growers'
By contributing S22.497.55. the
commission stimulated research
on wheat quality, the assembling
of basic statistics and an anal
ysis of freight rate problems and
has participated in educational
activities to show the value of
Most of the Oregon contribution
is being spent for research, edu
cation and publicity areas of
foremost concern to the Wheat
Commission in its continuous
search to secure for Oregon grow
ers the best possible return for
In addition to promoting re
search and educational activities
the commission has devoted
much of its time to meeting cur
rent problems of Oregon produc
ers, such as needed adjustments
in rail and water transportation
rates, urging prompt settlement
of the maritime strike and analy
sis of the International Wheat
Agreement. Commission members
and the administrator also have
helped Washington and Idaho
growers in developing plans for
wheat commissions in those
Recognizing that little could be
accomplished by working alone,
the commission has stressed co
operation with other agencies. By
such cooperation and pooling
NOTICE OF NONHIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in compliance with section 111-1244, O. C. L. A., to the legal voters of
the Nonhigh School District of Morrow County, Oregon, that a meeting will be held at the Courthouse
In Heppner. Oregon, on the 27th day of January, 1949, at 2:00 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of discuss
tng the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1949, and ending June 30, 1950, hereinafter set forth.
1. Esimated available cash on hand at beginning of the year for which this budget is made, NONE
2. Estimated receipts from delinquent taxes $2,200.00
3. Amounts received from other sources NONE
Expenditures and Bud
Expenditures for Three Fiscal get Allowances for Six
Years Next preceding the Cur- Months of Current
rent School Year School Year 1948-1949
1945-1946 1946-1947 1947-1948 Expendi- Budget
3. Personal Service (Clerical -
4. Postage, Telegraph, Telephone
5. Supplies and Printing
6. Election and Publicity
S. Interest on Warrants or
9. Other Miscellaneous Expenses
$12,695.35 $12,832.90 $15,800.00 $10,000.00
3,703.54 5,000.00 3,000.00
52.50 30.00 52.50 60.00
43.58 40.00 50.00
8.82 50.00 60.00
$11,246.94 $15,523.81 $16,580.45 $12,871.72 $21,497.50 $13,780.00
SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES, RECEIPTS, AND AVAILABLE CASH BALANCES AND
I. Total estimated expenditures $13,780.00
II. Deduct total estimated receipts and available cash balances 2,200.00
III. Amount necessary to balance the budget 11.580.00
Deduct deficit forwarded to next fiscal year NONE
Balance to be raised by taxation - $11,580.00
Analysis of Estimated Tax Levies: Amount inside 6 limitation $11,580.00
Indebtedness: Amount of warrant indebtedness on warrants Issued and endorsed "not paid for
want of funds"
Dated January 4. 1949.
Signed: HENRY E. TETZ, Clerk; A. C.
Chairman, Board of Directors.
Approved by Budget Committee January 4, 1949.
Signed: FRANKLIN ELY, Secretary, Budget Com
LINDSEY, mittee; GEORGE CURRIN, Chairman, Budget
V-t'tY Ask for these iT.
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IN THE NEWS
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All Wheat Growers
To Receive Copy of
Pendleton, Ore., January 12
Although they're addressed to the
governor of Oregon, the docu-
Heppner team defeated them 50
There are quite a number of
children out of school due to the
colds that are going around.
Lexington high school basket
ball team will play lone on the
local floor January 14. This game
will also bill a volleyball game
with the girls teams and also
the grade school teams will play.
Chevrolet's biggest newspaper advertising campaign will use 5,972 dailies and
weeklies to announce new models January 22. Dwarfing Toni Banish, here's
what 5,72 newspapers look like, each representing an individual publication
funds, the state will receive ben
efits from $S3.500 worth of re
search on wheat uses and mar
keting. The Wheat Commission is
contributing $8,500 to these programs.
Chemists are working for Ore
gon in experimental laboratories
in Peoria, 111., Albany, California
and Pullman, Washington. They
are trying to determine the chem
ical properties of wheat, infor
mation essential to the develop
ment of new uses and better var
ieties for different purposes.
A marketing study to deter
mine uses made of Northwest
wheat in domestic and foreign
markets and the possibilities of
expanding those markets was be
gun September 1.
In the educational field the
commission has spent $2,997.55
participating in fat livestock
shows, cake baking contests, a
scholarship fund and exhibits.
To help fight freight rates
which discriminate against Nor
thwest wheat, the commission
has contributed $11,000 to a $28,
Among future projects contem
plated by the commission are an
analysis of expoit markets and
an analysis of industrial possi
bilities. The commission pronsfc
to find out what kinds of wheat
and flour best fit the eating hab
its of people in other countries
and what those countries have to
exchange which will be needed
Once this growing and market
ing information is compiled, the
commission !oir- -may
point the way toward a re
all states In the northwest are
vitally concerned with nuding
themselves ot wheat surpluse ,
Folks Around Home
By Mrs. Delpha Jones
Mrs. K. K. Marshall underwent
a major operation in St. An
thony's hospital in Pendleton on
Tuesda. She is reported doing
Mrs. L. A. Palmer is a patient
in St. Anthony's hospital suffer
ing with broken ribs she received
in a fall New Year's.
Miss Dona Barnett and Mrs,
Trina Parker are both on the sick
Maurice Graves and son Larry
were Salem visitors over the week
The Amicitia club met at the
home of Mrs. C. C. Camichael on
Wednesday for their regular
meeting. Plans were discussed for
their annual party, and prizes
were won, high, Mrs. Herman
Green, and low, Mrs. Jerry Doher
A. M. Edwards is spending
some time from his work in sou
i Mr. and Mrs. Art Hunt were
Pendleton visitors one day last
I Charles Bloodsworth and son
Jim were La Grande visitors one
lay last week.
The Lex Blue Devils plnyed the
Heppner town team Monday. The
The report also indicates that "co
operalion on a national scale may
THE FACT IS
By GENERAL ELECTRIC
ments wheat growers will be re
ceiving next week are meant for
The Oregon Wheat commission
is mailing to every Oregon wheat
producer a copy of the biennial
report prepared for Governor
Douglas McKay. To catch the
busy man's eye before he tosses
it away, the envelope has "Wheat
Report" printed on it tn large let.
"AH growers tn the state have
a direct financial interest in the
Oregon Wheat commission," Ad
ministrator Ed Bell explained,
"and it is our desire and our duly
to see that all wheat producers
are informed as to the activities
of the commission."
The state printer In Salem pre-
nnrprl enough cODies. Bell said.
so that each grower would have
the opportunity to get a complete
nlcture of the rjroblems faced by
the commission in carrying out
its major objective nguring out
the most profitable uses for sur
nlns Northwest wheat. A finan
cial accounting in the report will
tell the grower just wnat nappens
tn that nne-half cent a bushel tax
that he pays on each bushel sold
Into commercial cnanneis.
Don't send out of town for any
thing automotive until you
first try Rosewall Motor Co.
1934 Pontiac sedan ready for the
road. Pay down $150.00, take
the title with you. Rosewall
Whan that unexpected
you realize the merit of all the little'
sacrifices that built your backlog
of cash. Real peace of mind comes
with being able to meet
There ts no substitute for cash
In the bank to give you confidence ,
in facing the future..
save at th HEPPNER BRANCH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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you... and you... and you... help save electricity. The situation will be
serious everywhere In this fast-growing region until big new power plants
can be finished. The problem is especially bad on these early wintor evenings
when lights go on everywhere while stores and factories are still operating.
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