The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934, May 04, 1934, Image 4

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    n iK P A M CH R O N IC LE
THE
DAM
CHRONI CLE
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Published K\rr\ fruity at Cascade link.», religious
C u m m in s A S h ie l d s , Publishers
M . A. S h ie l d s ...................... Editor
J. M . C u m m i n s ,
. . . Manager
SutMcr|>lion Rato
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100
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Three Months, by mail
Sit Months, by mail
One Year, by mail
The Chronicle serves Kastern Multnom
county and Western Hood River countv
It ts distributed to ail camps hous na
employes on the Bonneville Dam
F R ID A Y , M A Y 4. 1934
A S T A T IO N
sad commentary u|wn (hr
ortaniulioiu
1
Oregon
AGENT
FEDERAL FORCES
PLAN FOR CONTROL'
AFTER DILLINGER
OF MILK DROPPED
s e r v ic e s
i
of
HIGHWAY GARAGE
W eldin g
OrflfW
ol 2500 pnpic
there is no
. • asra™.
,\h where the itroj.lr
A s .uni Bonnevillr and
oth n lo m n m ties of (he dam arra
can enjoy Sunday morning services.
Sunday schools have lK*rn estab
lishrd in S.iscaile lo c k s and Bonne­
ville, but this does not satisfy the
desires of older jieople for spiritual
teaching
Surely the organized re-
ligious Kidies of the state can afford
to send pastors to the district for
Sunday morning services. I'rue. hun­
dreds of jieople might not attend, but
we believe enough people would at­
tend to fill either of the two churches
in Cascade lawks or the Community
House in Bonneville.
If the church is to fulfill its pur­
pose it must provide pastors. If it
is not going to do this, then it has
neither a purpose nor a mission
Repairing
lir e
I
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W id e s p r e a d
O p p o a ilt o n
Is
C a p . uro
f o u n d by A A A .
M.idiii ,i.
Hi# I.mu uiliuinl.tra
tlon ut,. , uueed elmlioetiiueul of Ila
I,Um i„r ... .,.-»1 il, ili# n .ninnili uu.k
au,.,.:;. \V III«- .prv.id i > pjh wit*i*u Of III#
Industry » MS MliliiHl.lv V<l M< (ItV reiiMiil
tor itiv *<Uo«.
I l,# e .in eoiite uplii v d I uj un-in ot
about »iifci.mi.itki lu henelll# I>• par-
tiripeiiug irw Iu o T t, r w cune* to t>#
derived trwtu a pr«»»< »»mg lav uu tint
1er tat.
Additional appropriati»!!«
tu »a: lit ln»*e lucre« «ed th# amount p-i )
ab v tu dairy weit
*•« >p|w>a,ti»ii under cviitralltecl lead
erslilp ilevel»|>ed before lb# pru|M,aevJ
program urn taken tv> tbv farmer* f»r
vllac u a*, ou In rvv.uual conference#,"
•nid tbv aniiouiiceinenl.
"Since tt « » ■ aptfcoent that Ibo
dairy Industry a» a » hide 1« not agreed
upon a. epfance of th* ;ir»t» >«*d pr«a
¿i.i.ii »r am »flier plan
pn luctlon
aitju«tuiv-ut. the adiuild*trutl»u (eel* It
mh»uid not undertake dairy production
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Oil On* Water Air
O u t la w a n d M il C ia n y r.s c a p o
t a u a d r L o ck «, • bejain
1 w ie® .
iv t* p»l«»-.| •!
t u.
AIM'
aiiuit ..u points u> II.# ImMl i>*r Joint
Du ..„r, «premi tbri.i .it III# Ml.Ml#
\V «**1
In
lb#
v.iu .u .od
wee
lb #
aliati»,
at
le.a ut Ili# ,«■ »till
H>* SO#
eri..iliiul trailer*,
elder of III#
Mwi.u II
l*urvl
I lilted M ale* bun III ot lio ca liga li»#
lu i v, mad# tin* viuiet. Unii predi v( l»n 1
.Veil avi hliu ibi* Unie We bat#
luurv ravt« Io »u tk »U inan ever ta»
lure.”
DllUugcr
hit. w lf.
U
«*aa
t-cilcud,
w a* av.mea li ere liv ar St. I ’aul. ai-
ih ». „Ii id» band baa a. altered «U b i/.
».videi.«# Ifiat lie lia I prepared a
li .eolit lu tlie v Utility ut III# l a i «
t i f i « « ma e In 111 # vi», » i r r j »? a l-ltt*
rvdu aevlan m lib li » » ■ *l»red lu a pri
vute ga rs.e III I. • beater Vlli n , Ju«t a
, , aflei I'.
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- I || In • l
v ,.i from the chaufTeur of Mra l|r«s
nioi stern.
G A R D IN
SELDS
Arrrv
J/orir
Sred
IVfrfi/Wri
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(•>#n
f
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F rrltlu crt
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Business men in Cascade Locks
are becoming provoked with the I n
i*m Pacific because o f the railroad s N ew p ftper at Cascade Lock s
failure to keep an agent at its station
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here. There is considerable talk of
'
( hr"nfi c •’■»«.< it' ap cuotr#! until aacb a ilia# a* the dairy
DUbuaei a favorite girl friend. K*#-
filing a complaint with the public P^nrance at L ascade 1 <,cks, • rr , the i,..iu, try i« substantially surw-O m«>n iyn »>»• <ite. in an interview rr»iu
vr\ ii c i KQmission.
M. A. S
prvMtuctlou adjust mstii."
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Under present conditions the pro- an<l J- ^ Cummins are the new pub-
farm administrator« eypre*»#.! fear iwi.i »u riurae* of iiarturing a ertu**
pie of Cascade Locks cannot file or
The pajvrr is a five column that r a t i o n of it.# plan would r#- inal. ••"»Hied U..t «b# •*> pr-ent
8u pph cS
L - eiv, without telephoning mess.,ces sheet with four pages of local news ^
r(T< t i w n . o f existing milk in the si l .ul •partment shortly bn-
t T & n n e i l l e the c L . t receive and four pages patent service. The ^ V r U n g «ferm en t, .nd liv e n s for# tu. u.gbt of March a» -»«-» DU-
Wiring
to Bonneville, tnev vannot rneive
.
, „ rrr..<„| «*u» »l'«*rstiui; lu about twentyoo# Unger. John
llaiulH»u and another
an express package without going to n« ^ venture snv>ura provr succcsstui
lit^ Tb,
of oufal.l# m»iuau r«. .«im-vi m . terrinr nun bat-
Rv-piurtng
Bonneville; they cannot receive an<I 11 should do a great deal to l>rtng
. it d t j n ir in ti » I ki-iy to in Ile mltb SI. l'anl polle# and federal
freight without going through the about a bigger and better community cmi«e the contribution »f fluid milk •genta,
Lampi
Bonneville office; passenger trains across the great river. Any commun- «bed» t» auppiiea u»#d f»r mannfar-
John Dllllnger alivi ar vera! nietidier#
whistle through halting onlv on a •*>' worthy
of the name of a town lured dairy K»du. fa. Admi.-Uatrat<»r of hia
gang »rr#
io«*nt#d at a ba. k-
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an
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a
rr a i f Pa»ts
«aid.
I womt*
near M
m * , aa
" < . > . . n» f#»t#ml
fla*
should
i n rw ^ p e r
1 h# dairy (>lan » 4 * the ftrmt o f th# agents ami |M>a«rti>en. Ilr.-auae th * uf*
Railroads complain of dull busC
** lhe right kind of mrn are at the
farm administration'* ptojram * to t,e fleer* mtatook *v«n»e cuiiaervafloti camp
ness, rush away to congress and ask head of the publicity plan, a news- •et aside. Pavl* said It ***• apparent worker* for th# vrluiioal* the t*t:*r
for subsidies in the guise of loans. pvprr offers any community a greater frv»m reaction developed at ronfrittncra trv>ke through the rordon and Hr t Into
Private individuals enjoy no such service than any other enterprise, held Ibrooghotu the country and from the wotela. In the flghtlna two men
privileges. Instead they are compelled There tsn t a business man in any a auhampiv-nt check on provlucer»' were killed and four wovindrd
to hustle and hold business on their community that can do as much for aentlmeat Hint th# induatry did »»t
T lie ne»t day three of th# de*|>*ra-
due* v*e»e encounlerwvl In SI. Paul
merits. The Union Pacific is noc his h>cai*oo as the publisher
In
,b* t-‘* n-
Electric Contracting
seeking business on that basis. In a 3»st places you will find the news-
“ After a tittle m»re e«i»*rl#i»r*. they Park, a auburtt o f Kt. Paul, Minn, by
/ « , ) h m t r , Mgr
may want it." he <>fuverve<t
three deputies The gungvtrr* were In
community of 1,(XX) people it permits papei man doing more than his share
It « a * announced that th# AAA a atolen car and |>ul up a tierce fight.
its station to stand dark and deserted, of public work, but that is the nature
wonld continue It* plan* fur eradica- They eacaped again, hot on* of them
of tae tnbe and they like it.
tlon o f Ulaeaaed catti# and for In- « 1 1 believed to have be»-n wounded.
TOURIST TRADE
t ascade Locks should get solidly creased relief pvlrcham ,"f‘ milk .nil Not far from Ht. Paul lliey atot# an-
other automobile and flr>l Into \V|w-on-
Tourist travel is ttcadily tncrets-
its
Ever> b,t of busi' hotter
ing as spring advances and summer
® the community should lie
Various plan* offered by certain •In. The car they ahandoi -d waa
approaches
Hundreds of car« are E*v*n tbe Chronicle and our neigh- dairymen r.v «utwtltnte# f»r the AAA tered With blood.
Hog 96
passing over the Columbia R.-.er
* ,th Pr"P<'r su{iport, |>r,,er"*u ' r,’uM
* " * H W * * J In
highway
dailv
but
too
manv
of
them
editors
will
not
be
found
wanting
(h#
nv*
r
fu,urr-
becana#
*
rr*
Canada
Chief
Justice
C ANUADF I.O( h \ O K K (»O N
mgnway daily. out too many ot tnem
.
" deetuevl outatd# the authurtty of th*
are rolling through Cascade Locks
.
agrtrultural a.Uu.tmrni art.
Raised to Knighthood
without occupants stopping to cool .The >kamanta bounty f loneer, the
Optmaltlnn to the AAA plana. Pavla
Ottawa, Ont
Rnlfhthov.«! waa its
parched throats, buy a necktie, eat P*onffr newspaper of the gorge, of- «aid. cam# fmoi
Inrlitdlntf flower «¿vln In Canada whet, the chief
2 l meal or fill the ¡gasoline tank.
iers a hearty welcome to the Chron* the National Co-operative Producer®* Joitire <>f Canada knelt before the guv-
Bonneville dam » going to prove
and congratulates our sister ciiy F e.jeratior, and several atat# and r#- ernor general, « i t tap(>*d on th#
ahotlld*T with a aw«rd and hidden to
a powerful magnet for visitors. It in stepping out into the procession of
"rl»e. Mir l.yman IhN'r# In iffe "
promises to become a mecca for the progress. — Stevenson (Wash.) I’io-
promises
Tim*, pursuant to the medieval prae-
Rexfcrd G. Tugwell Is
curious. Cascade Locks is strategic- ne* r-
tlcea o f ntonarcha honoring their "right
ally situated to enjoy a share of p<>- # # # ▼ # # ▼ ▼▼ # # # # # # #
Promoted by President Iruaty and well In-loved'- «lit,Jrctj by
tential business that pass-5 this way.
Washington. — President ltoo**velt giving them the accolade, Mir l.imatt
But it cannot obtain the business by
ON SECOND THOUGHT
nominated
Itexfurd
Uuy
Tugwell, waa admitted a* a knight grand cr<>«a
For the Dam W orker«
known as the head o f the "brain of the iuo*t hotMirahle order of tit.
wishing. It must offer the to u rist__________________________________
truat."
for
the
newly
created
[KMiltlon
Michael and Ml. tieorge.
something for his money, make him v a a a a w A W A A A a A A A A A
o f unilervecretnry o f agriculture. Tu g­
Twenty-two Canadian« rc,-i*|»cd the
Modern /Vivei
want to halt and linger a while.
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T he government is talking of cut well has bes-n assistant secretary of Insignia o f various rh.vnlr.c order* at
In our judgment the problem can ■ .. .
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Prompt Srrpitr
the first Investiture Witnessed here In
be solved by setting up an Indian legging. If °:?
! * * are
* ! n* rlrU,i"!T-.
^
it is revenue “ T
they
a promotion for Tugwell,
it t* un- fifteen years.
village here in an ancient home of after, why not tax the bootlegger?
*tood, nml will Inrrea*# hi* aalury
the Red Man. Tourists, and particu­
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I from $H,ono a year to tio.otu.
Preaent to Head of
larly eastern tourists, are invariably-
T. Jefferson Coolldge, now serving
They claim that the custom of bet- as an nssistant and adviser to the
Cuban Army Explode«
disappointed in Oregon by failure to
Bring u* \ our Flat Work an«l
find blanketed Indians leering out at bnK ,,n horse racing was originated retary of the treasury, was nominated
Havana, t ub,- OM. Pulgeorl# Ha
Dry ( leaning We will take care
them from the brush. If we can find by Queen Anne, of England. I ’ h huh! By president Roosevelt to th# |e»st of tlsta •ii*ti-re<| Injury to his rlglit hand,
ol it for you.
tinmunrrned reiM.ris sa d. when a «mull
the means of accommodating the vis- Always blaming the woman
undersecretary of the treasury.
cigarette
ll-htcr
|<iadrd
with
gnu
itors, they will be only to happy to
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|MiWder -exploded.
jot down Cascade Locks on their
Some one is always making bright Poison G e $ to Guard
The lighter, sent (lie commander In
itinerary. There are any number of remarks. N ow H
Iggf t w l t!
U. S. Trsegury Vaults <*l*f of the Cuban ar,„v through Ike
Indians close by. A village might of- construction of Bonneville dam be
Washington.—Death by poison g „ *
* « « »aid t<> have
„
On Main Mrrrt, second door
fer them mean- of a livelihood. Ph<
ed b) contractor! paaoing the hti
atoel d<w>rs the govern-
r*-'>"iining it.
above Meat Market.
subject is worthy of discussion.
hat among spectators.
merit Is setting In place In new vaults
A. f AflDRfWS
EIMER ELECTRIC
THE MEN’S
HAND LAUNDRY
A UNITED FRONT
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fourist travel into Oregon is re-
Stevenson.
Cascade G<ks
and [Jorieu
^ e , ] to r>e
^ on
,,n tne
thl. increase. \\e
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North Bonneville have one thing in have felt from the first that some
common; All are dependent ujton g(Kxl would come from the creation
cheap power at Bonneville dam to (Jf -hfc
control commission
attract industries
It goes without saying that in the
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Joe Dunne wants to lie governor
months to come much good natured .
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liecause he fathere<J the $5 automo-
rtvalry will exist. Properly con- . . - ___,
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ducted, this rivalry will be helpful, J
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fe « round»
rather than harmful. Eventually, " " r L T .h f
what profits one profits all. So they
" ’ ' " te In 1 s mtireity.
will find it to their advantage to
The agricultural problem has large­
work to a common purpose and to a
ly
solved itself. Farmers everywhere
common end.
All three communities want indus­ have moved to the highway an,I open
tries. In seeking them it is not go­ gasoline stations.
ing to lie necessary for the three com­
‘‘ Do gr»od to thy friend to keep
munities to fight each other Their
fight will be with strong and power­ him, to thy enemy to gain him ' —
ful neighbors further down the river. Franklin
By working together they can no
doubt work out and create a develop­
Who is the happiest of men? He
ment program which will bring in who t values the merits of others and
an,l
large industries and large payrolls.
I in their pleasure takes joy, even as
v.
In the I'nited States treasury.
WASHINGTON BRIEFS
» A
« superburglar
v »j
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es ■ • # a w who
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by “ some mirarle
penetrated halfway through the :t*> >
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Inches of metal would die quickly and
I lie War department has issuer I or-
horribly In a cloud of K„s generated 4#rs that ••hn»»d on imi,mhat.iiiir of
by diemlciils conrcnteii in the doors.
T»«- vault#— i»g enough to contain
• II the monetary gold «lock In the
country ns well ,,s huge treasure* In
silver, currency a:,d aecurillea—will be
completed In September lit * cost of
«.UlO/vjn
their n-» in t; » fut ,n-, i » . ,i« aIr^- ;«
to store its subert."
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Senator \>e o f North Dakota w i*
chosen chalruinn o f the a[,ec|iti c>,nt-
mil tee to Investigate manufacture and
¡Irnflle In arm* and mnnltTons.
Arthur J. MHIott, Knrmnii € *Jt jr# nn
$200,0C0 Bank Loot
ardent Methodist "dry." was named
Recovered for $25,000 t,Y «••‘■retary Morg.-nthau b> head the
Kamui« t’ltv, Mo,—More than «'.’•«I,-
boo In bond« and stocks stolen January
31 from the Independence (Kan.) State
bunk, was recovered bere nt n secret
conference in n downtown hotel. Two
,l,,or,“ '5i re|,re«ente»| the Imnk, The
,',‘*n,l,Jr of Ml** other negotiators was
,l" t dlwlosed. I’aytm-nt of %Z",OHO tor
I be loot Was rejmrted.
NRA Sign Inspires Hen
to Lay
4 i/2
Oun-.e Egg
CANCADK U h KS, OREGON'
",,v,' r,,nietit * ll,|in>r control campaign,
will he a deputy Internal r#v-
*nu# e°»n*lssloiier.
An election committee reported to
the house that Representative y reft
Britten, llcpubllcan, was pro|«-rly
’'‘‘‘‘I#‘l from tb«* Ninth rongri-ssbitial
district In Illinois to his seat In tbs
house. It recommended that the con­
test of Juntes McAndrews, n Ivernocrst,
l*o dismissed.
Firms employing lobbyists hereafter
will be barred from bidding for sup­
plies to the War department.
Mnsanpeqtm, !.. I. A white barred
though twere his own.”— Goethe.
“ Genius is developed in solitude,
rock lien at the Mtnte Institute o f
but character is made in the stream
Applied Agriculture In Maasapequa
A rnan without mirth is like - I _ has
laid an egg weighing 4.45 o u n c es .
of life.’’
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T w o Ki l l ed in Lawsui t R o w
wagon
without
which
one
Henderson. Texns Trouble over «
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— —- springs, in "im
n one
• ben's egg weighs « s shade
Business men are like motorists; ls <bsaKreeably jolted by every ftebble
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A" N|tA sign with lawsuit led to s shooting In sn sttor-
here in which Homer liar-
They stop when they see red.
11 runs ovcr-— Henry Ward Peer her , ......... i ”! ,,,ir
Inwrlptloi >n had ney's
| been nailed right opposite the
e nest |rls, Jr., of Henderson and Joe M;:rr o f
A’tnr Open io the Publie
THE LUCILLE
BEAUTY SHOP
k in . I.m ille Henderson, Prop
A modern «hop with the latest
equipment and cx|vcrirntctl
operators.
Ojicn 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
PERMANENT WAVING
Upstairs in I. O. C). F. Hall
above ihr |M»sioffice.
CASCADE LCJCKS, OREGON
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