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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, February 9, 1950
TEST DRIVE the new 1950 Ford.
It will open your eyes.
FOR SALE Dry cedar posts, 20c.
Guy C. Parsons, Hotel Heppner.
1948 FORD tudor sedan, hot water
heater, new license. Pay down
4J.M.UU. Kusewau Motor torn
ROSY SAYS: Keep your eye on
our used car lot for your trans
portation needs. If you don't
see what you want come in
and ask for it. We are in a
trading mood at Rosewall Mo
SPRINKLER SYSTEMS pay dlv
Idends. The cost is usually re
turned In the first year or two
in Increases in crop or stock
gams, it you want a little area
or a Dig one we can fit the sys
tern made to measure. Inves
tigate Stout Tractor Pull for a
job made easy. We are Eastern
Oregon representatives for
Stout. DE WILDE & TEMPLE,
Box 144, Pendleton, Ore. 47tfc
WANTED 25 cars to wash every
day wtih our Washmoblle
Rosewall Motor Company
DE WILDE & TEMPLE have ev
erything In the book in the line
or farm equipment. It s all I
cond hand and every piece of
merchandise is a bargain. What
ever you need we can do better
by you. Box 144, Pendleton,
1948 CMC One ton truck with
stock rack. Pay down $400.00.
Kosewan Motor Company.
SLIGHTLY used large Zenith
electric washing machine, laun
dry trays and fittings. Merle
WE HAVE two metal experts. Let
us bump out your fenders and
straighten the body damage to
your car. We color match any
color. Rosewall Motor Company.
SEE our burgain counter, we
have some excellent buys In
Sweaters, Jackets, Shoes Bro
Wilson's Men's Wear
1941 CHEVROLET truck. Recon
ditioned motor and ready for
the road. Pay down $165.00
Rosewall Motor Company.
THE BEST one man business in
this area can be yours without
capital investment. If you are
over 21 and under 55, have car,
and enjoy good credit rating,
write J. R. Watkins Co., 137
Dexter Ave., Seattle, Wash. 45-50c
NOW IS THE TIME to have your
truck overhauled for harvest.
Phone 1092 for an appointment.
Rosewall Motor Company.
PHOTOSTAT copies made of your
impotent papers. Lyons Stu
dio. Phone 2772. 45 49c
SAVE $600.00 on 1949 Ford Cus
tom tudor. Pay down $500.00
Rosewall Motor Company.
FOR SALE Two late model John
Deere 4 -bottom tractor plows,
$300 each; one No. 36 John
Deere combine, 20-ft. header,
all rubber mounted .stiff trac
tor tongue, Felberg 150 bu. trai
ler bulker on regular 65 bu.
John Deere bulker. At Irby's
ranch, Olex, Ore. Phone 3540 o-
write 709 W. 10th, The Dalies.
Used Cor Prices Are
1947 FORD V-l Super DeLuxe.
Radio, heater, oradriv a
1940 DESOTO TUDOR Motel
THE 1950 FORD car has been
awarded the gold medal for
being the most fashionable
car in America.
FOR SALE Lincoln 300 amp.
gasoline driven welder. Onan
. 2000-watt 110-V AC automatic
light plant. C. K. Peck, Lex
inirton, Ore. 44tfc
IF YOU HAVE a hauling Job It
will pay you to see Rosewall
FOR SALE Small oil stove, tank
attached. Heat 2 small rooms.
Price $15.00. W. L. McCaleb,
Heppner, Oregon. 46-47p
IF YOU are planning on buying
a new car or truck Clarence
Rosewall wants to see you.
1936 PONTIAC SEDAN Excellent
DONT SEND out of town for any
thing automotive until you
first try Rosewall Motor Com-pany.
Earn big money with Free Sam
ples of lmprintea notes, nap
kins, stationery. $1 box of l'j
ali-events greeting cards others
pay up to 100 percent profit.
Assortments on approval. Styl
art, 1310 Santee, Dept. 74, Los
angeles 55, Calif. 47p
1941 NASH sedan. New paint. Pay
down $133.00. Rosewall Motor
FOR SALE Almost new Thor
automatic ironer, $75.00. Mrs.
Al Fetsch. 44-47p
YOU can buy Ladies Levi's, waist
sizes 23 to 33 at
Wilson's Men's Wear
LOST Girl's glasses, light pink
plastic frames. C. A. warren.
1947 JEEP. This four wheel drive
unit has been reconditioned
in our shop. Pay down $250.00.
Rosewall Motor Company.
Farmers Air Service
Fertilizers Applied by Airplanes
Make arrangement's now for
2-4-D Air Application
Morrow County Grain Growers
Lexington Heppner lone
1936 DODGE SEDAN ThU is a
Don't gamble Buy
with a guarantee!
WE REPAIR all makes of cars.
Just drive in and say fix it.
Rosewall Motor Company.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that
Erble Hayes, Administrator of the
estate of JOSEPH M. HAYES, De
ceased, has filed his final account
of his administration of the es
tate of said deceased with the
Probate Court of the State of
Oregon, for Morrow County, and
that said Court has itxea Monday,
the 6th day of March, 1950, at
the nour or lu o ciock, in me lore
noon of said day, at the County
Court room, at the Court House
at Heppner, Oregon, as the time
and place for hearing objections
to said final account and the set.
tlement of said estate, and all
persons having objections thereto
are hereby required to file such
objections on or before the time
fixed for said hearing.
Dated and first published this
2nd day of February, 1950.
Jos. J. Nvs.' ATTorney
for Administrator. 46-50
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
HARRY DINGES and BERTHA
DINGES, husband and wife,
N. C. BROCK and JANE DOE
BROCK, his wife, whose true
name is unknown to plaintiffs,
CINNIE A. NUNAN and JOHN
DOE NUNAN, her husband
whose true name is unknown
to plaintiffs, MINERVA WHITE
Trustee, BERTON WHITE and
MARY DOE WHITE, his wife,
whose true name is unknown
to plaintiffs, and EFFIE
WHITE and JOHN DOE
WHITE, her husband, whose
true name is unknown to
plaintiffs, and the unknown
heirs of CINNIE A. NUNAN, if
deceased, the unknown heirs
of BERTON WHITE, if deceas
ed, the unknown heirs of
MYRTLE WHITE, if deceased,
and the unknown heirs of EF
FIE WHITE, if deceased. ALSO
all other persons or parties un.
known, claming any right, ti
tle, estate, lien or interest in
the real estate described in
the complaint here,
TO: The above defendants and
each and all of you:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, you and each of
you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer plaintiffs' com
plaint filed against you in the
above entitled-Court and Cause,
within four weeks from the date
of the first publication of this
summons upon you, and if you
fail to so appear or answer for
want thereof, plaintiffs will apply
to the above entitled Court for
the relief prayed for in their com
For a decree quieting title to
the following described real pro.
perty, situate in Morrow County,
State of Oregon, to-wit:
All of Block 5 in the Town ot
Lexington; ALSO, all that part
of Block 23, Penland's Addi
tion to the Town of Lexington,
in the County of Morrow, State
of Oregon, lying North and
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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East of the right of way and
levee of the Oregon Railway
and Navigation Company and
North and East of the middle
of the center of Willow Creek
as said creek may flow through
said Block 24, SAVE and EX
CEPT that portion of Lot 1,
said Block 23, described as fol
lows: Beginning at the South
I east corner of Lot 1, running
thence Westerly to a point on
the North line of said lot,
thence Easterly along the Nor.
therly line of said Lot 1, a dis
tance of 90 feet, more or les3,
to the line of West Street,
thence Southeasterly to the
place of beginning: .ALSO
SAVE and EXCEPT Lot 5 of
said Block 23 in said Penland's
Addition to the Town of Lex
ington, and that it be adjudged and de
creed that the plaintiffs are the
owners in fee simple of said real
property and that whatever in
terest or title you my claim to
have In said real property is nuli
and void and that each and all
of you and all persons or parties
claiming, by, through or under
you, be forever barred and re
strained of and from all claim,
right, title and interest in and
to said real property and every
part thereof, and for such other
and further relief as may be just
This Summons is published by
order of the Hon. Garnet Barratt.
Judge of the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for Morrow Coun
ty, made and entered on the 31st
day of January, 1950, directing
publication of this summons once
a week for four successive weeks
in the Heppner Gaiette Times, a
newspaper of general circulation,
published in Morrow County, Or
egon, and of general circulation
therein and 'he date of the first
publication of this summons is
February 1. 1950.
JOS. J. NYS
Attorney for Plaintiffs
Address: Heppner, Oregon.
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the people of Heppner and vicinity
by the Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
Still fine for
Vol. 1950 Heppner, Oregon, February 9, 1950 Number 2
A board and a nail and a can
of FULLER paint make many
a home look new, that ain't!
DEAR MR. FIXIT:
Question: How much sleep
does the average person need?
Answer: Just five minutes
Hi Humpey has quit raising
dogs, "as it don't pay. He says
it ain't the original cost so much
it's the pupkeep.
See us for building materials.
"We like to help folks build"
A New Farm Program?
The Agriculture Act of 1949 extended the
support program of 90 of parity for wheat
to include the 1950 crop. The high govern
ment loan support program has been con
tinued since the war as a temporary relief
in aiding the readjustment of the agricul
ture economy to post-war conditions. In his
opening speech to Congress, the President of
the United States recognized the shortcom
ings of present farm legislation and urged
the approval of the "Brannan Plan". Since
it is apparent that present agriculture legis
lation is temporary and will be changed, the
wheat producers in Oregon would like to
have a voice in determining what national
program is finally adopted.
Looking forward to the time when a per
manent program is adopted, the wheat grow
ers in Oregon through the Wheat Growers
League have for more than seven years, been
developing in cooperation with the Pacific
Northwest Farm Council the self-supporting
certificate plan for wheat.
Along with other segments comprising
national economy, American agriculture is
faced with more complex problems than ever
before. The Department of Agriculture's en
deavors through the establishment of a
Federal Farm Program have been compara
tively successful in the maintaining of a
high farm Income and a balanced economy
for the nation. This we believe essential
and applaud all efforts which have this end
in mind. It is recognized, as history em
phatically verifies, depressions arise when
farm prices reach such a low point that buy
ing power Is reduced. It is agriculture's
responsibility and that of all organizations
which have farming interests at heart, to
develop and support programs which protect
that national economy. Labor and industry
are highly organized, which emphasizes the
agriculture must also be strong. These
three groups, labor, industry and agriculture,
must not be divided in their goals they are
interwoven and dependent upon each other.
And there can never be a sound and healthy
economic condition when anyone of these
three has a crippling advantage over the
others. We must maintain agriculture on a .
par with labor and industry; if we are un
able to do this, we are shirking our respons
ibility not only to the farmer but to all the
people who make up this great nation.
While Federal assistance to agriculture
has become necessary, it must be realized
that both labor and industry have had legis
lative assistance for a long time. Where it
is essential to the national economy to pro
vide financial assistance to agriculture, we
should consider the program in light of an
insurance premium to guarantee a healthy,
We favor the continuance of the policy of
maximum production geared to economic use
of the nation's wheat lands, by enactment
of a bill providing for the income certificate
plan for wheat. This plan was presented at
hearings held by the Agricultural Commit
tee of the House by a Wheat League delega
tion last year with favorable acceptance.
They requested more detailed information
and asked the Wheat League to prepare a
bill which has now been drafted and is
available to all growers for their analysis
Our proposed income certificate bill is a
direct and simplified approach to what we
believe to be a sound long-range program
for wheat producers. This action by our
League is consistent with action taken for
several years by the wheat farmers of Ore
gon. Discussion of our plan with wheat or
ganizations of other states gives assurance
that support of the major part of the wheat
growers of the United States may be expected.
National legislation of such an important
nature can not be secured on the spur of the
moment. The Wheat League has a reputa
tion for persevering until its aims are ae
accomplished. Genuine progress has been
made in preparing the way for the legisla
tion we have consistently recommended. We
urge Wheat Growers to take such aggressive
action as will secure enactment of the wheat
Income certificate plan.
In view of the fact that it will not be
possible to secure enactment of such legisla
tion immediately, we recommend that In the
meantime the Oregon Wheat Growers
League give support to the program provid
ing 90 of parity for wheat as long as acre
age allotments are in effect. This should
not be construed to mean that we favor a
high support policy over a long period of
time but merely in the Interim until the in
come certificate or other satisfactory plan
for wheat Is realized.
For further information, write to Henry Baker, President, Ore
gon Wheat Growers League, lone, Oregon.
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