Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, September 28, 1934, Image 1

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    New Ticket Is
Filed for All
City Offices
EXTRADITION COSTS
AftE VERY LOW
“It cost less than ten dollars
to extradite John Mace and Frank
Dean from the State of Wash­
ington on a riot charge filed
against them at St. Helens,” stat­
OWENS, JOHNSON EACH ed John L. Storla, district at­
torney. “Part of these expenses
OUT FOR MAYOR
are chargeable to the state and
part to the county. No charge is
Kent, Cline and Dennis Davis made by either Oregon or Wash­
ington for the extradition papers,
Are Candidates for
the only expense being that in­
curred in traveling,” continued
Council
the district attorney.
High School
Team Support
Is C.C. Topic
Chamber Hears Speeches
Coaches and Boys
from
Support of the high school
football team was the key-note
of the meeting of the meeting of
the chamber of commerce Tues­
day noon in the Masonic temple.
The program was arranged by
Judd Greenman, who declared it
to up to the citizens to do their
part in assuring a winning team.
He introduced Harold McEntire,
principal, who in turn introduced
Wallace McCrae, coach. Mr. Mc­
Crae desribed this year’s team as
consisting largely of green ma­
terial. “But the boys are showing
a fine spirit,” he declared, “and
will be in the game every min­
ute, win or lose.”
Senior members of the foot­
ball squad each gave a short
talk when called upon. They were
Dave Howard, Holly Holcomb,
James Rainey, Earl King and
“Swede” Overson. Twenty under­
classmen also belonging to the
squad were introduced.
Leslie Skuzie, assitsant coach,
praised the spirit shown by the
boys.
Need for a full attendance at
the game with Banks Friday af­
ternoon was stressed by Mr.
Greenman and President L. H.
Dewey.
Ordinance for
City Attorney
The Connacher equipment is to
be moved to Glenwood, where a
Passed 2-1
logging railroad is being built in­
CONNACHER EQUIPMENT
TO GO TO GLENWOOD
to the Tillamook burn. A flat car
has been spotted for shipment of
material out today, the first to be GEO. JOHNSON OPPOSES
moved to that destination.
MEASURE
A number of carloads of rails
were shipped recently from Con­
nacher camp to Portland for ex­ Necessity for Office Upheld
port to Japan.
By Councilman
Fri. Night Trip,
Earlier Arrival
Is New Schedule
Hartwick
The ordinance fixing the salary
of city attorney at $25.00 a
month, not to include fees for
any cases tried in justice, county
circuit or supreme courts, was
passed by a two to one vote at
Change, to Be Effective Friday,
the city council meeting Monday
night.
October 5
Owens Also Files
The ordinance was opposed by
A petition for Ben S. Owens for Many Assist in Gathering Paper
Councilman Johnson, who declar­
reelection as mayor also was filed
Bundles
with Recorder C. F. Hieber that
Addition of a Friday night ed himself opposed to appoint­
afternoon.
service out of Vernonia by way ment of any one as city attorney
of Forest Grove, replacing the at the present time, believing it
The caucus candidates who will
A splendid response was made
Wednesday night trip via St. to be a needless expenditure.
be in the running are Frank
Councilman Hartwick stated his
Helens, also arrival time one
Hartwick and F. J. Tousley for last week to the library board’s
hour earlier in the afternoon of belief that a city attorney is ne­
councilmen, and J. W. Brown for drive for old papers. Bundles
were collected from Vernonia
each week day, is announced by cessary, especially in the matter
treasurer.
and
Riverview
Saturday
by
mem
­
the
Vernonia—Forest Grove stage of delinquent assessments. Some
There will be a contest for each
lines, K. H. Cliff proprietor, ef­ people have the money and are
of the offices, except that the bers of the library board assisted
not paying, he declared.
fective October 5.
withdrawal of Loel Roberts, cau­ by boy scouts, and many pounds
Mr. Johnson objected that it
of
old
paper
were
brought
dir
­
The changes will permit those
cus nominee, leaves only one can­
would not be fair to force some
ectly
to
the
library
by
the
don-
who
wish
to
take
week
end
trips
didate who has filed thus far for
to start earlier than Saturday to pay and not others, and not
one of the terms as councilman. ners.
The paper will be taken to
morning, and will enable readers ] all could pay.
A. E. Adams, incumbent, will be
After discussion as to the rights
Portland
sometime
this
week
by
of
Portland evening newspapers
the fourth member of the coun­
of
the city to assessments on
Wilbur
Davis,
who
is
donating
to receive their copies an hour
cil, his term holding over.
property taken over by the coun­
his service.
earlier.
ty Mr. Johnson called for a rec­
Alice and Patrica Baker and
The complete schedule appears ord vote, which resulted: Hart­
Burns Man Hurt
Merchant Aid Asked
Tom Crawford assisted in col­
Cooperation of the local mer­ on page three.
On Mist Road
wick and Adams, yes; Johnson,
lecting and delivering old papers chants in accepting as many
no. Councilman Tousley was ab­
In Auto Crash from Camp 8.
school warrants as possible was Russell Stresses
sent.
Dr. H. M. Bigelow arranged asked by Ivan N. McCollom, prin­
Edwin N. Brown of Burns
Dangers to Workers
Budget Date* Set
was injured in the head, and his with his boy scouts to help col­ cipal of the grade school, who
The council set the dates for
In
Huntng
Season
the budget hearing at 7:30 p. m.
new Pontiac sedan was badly lect bundles and prepare them stated that the teachers would
wrecked on the Mist road a mile for shipping. Boys who worked prefer to do their trading at
Hunters should keep off CCC October 17, and for the election
and a half below Pittsburg Sat­ Saturday included Charles and home. Certain outside merchants roads because of the danger to the on the right to exceed the limi­
urday night when he crashed into “Pat” McGraw, Homer and Ellis had offered to accept warrants men working along these roads, tation, October 30 from 1 to
a tree that had fallen across Austin, Edison Aldrich, Howard at little or no discount, he said, says J. J. Russell, supervisor. For 8 p. m.
the road during the burning of Rundell, Elvere Thompson, Jr. and he wished it understood that this reason, as well as the liability
Hotel Ruin* Condemned
and Clifford Smith.
any trading teachers might do on of cutting up the newly finished
slashings.
Upon suggestion of Earl Smith,
People who were not able to this basis would be because of roads in wet weather, the roadB fire chief, the council ordered
Mr. Brown, who was knocked
unconscious, was given first aid get old magazines and papers the inability of local merchants have been closed to travel by the the condemnation of the Gordon
by some CCC men, and his car ready for the drive may leave to accept the warrants on a simi­ public.
hotel building ruined by fire, the
them at the library any time in lar basis.
owner to be given ten days to
was towed to Vernonia.
the future, and they will be sold
Upon suggestion by Mr. Green­ APPLE BLOSSOMS
remove it, and the city to do
from time to time as enough man President Dewey was author­
it if he fails.
AND A BIG APPLE
accumulates.
ized to appoint a committee to
APPEAR IN ORCHARD
The public library board which investigate possibilities of dis­
F. FIGER TO TAKE
is decidely hampered in its work posal of warrants.
A 14 ounce northern spy apple
OVER DUTIES IN
by lack of sufficient funds will
Air Base Suggested
COLUMBIA COUNTY
and a spitzenberg apple tree in
appreciate donations of old po-
Lester Sheeley suggested the bloom are reported by Albert
pers at any time.
possibility of the government’s Wood as found yesterday in the
ST. HELENS—A dispute in the
establishing an air base in Ver­ orchard on his place.
Columbia county dog control com­
SEEN AND HEARD
Oregon to Have
nonia, and declared the object
Mr. Wood exhibited the apple mittee has resulted in the resigna­
Harold McEntire rescuing from
to be worth going after.
and a branch of the blossoms in tion of H. G. Bandeen, dog license
41 Winter CCC
two dogs a kitten that had climbed
collector. Collections for the year
Camps says Forester President Dewey told of a tele­ town yesterday.
a pole . . . R. M. Aldrich’s "Bum- |
gram sent by the directors to" the
to date on dog licenses totaled
mer” chewing a bone from the
$1004.50, with disbursements of
Seventy-six conservation corps bureau of public roads in Wash­ ZIMMERMAN RALLY
buck killed by Doc Eby . . . Three
$1013.
PLANNED FOR OCT. 1
camps will be alloted to Oregon ington, D. C., upholding the state
Koster donkeys on a train en
A check of the disbursements
highway commission in the allot­
IN ODD FELLOWS HALL
and
Washington
this
winter;
41
route from Rock creek to Mc­
ment of federal funds to the
shows that $697.10 was paid to
of
these
will
be
located
in
Ore
­
Pherson . . . Library board mem­
northwestern counties.
A Zimmerman for governor ral­ Bandeen and an assistant for col­
bers and Boy Scouts gathering up gon and 35 in Washington, ac­
Earl Smith was named as pro­ ly is planned for October 1 at lecting licenses and $51.30 for
cording to C. J. Buck, regional
bundles of old papers . . . High
gram chairman for the next meet­ 3:30 p. m. in the Vernonia Odd dog license supplies, leaving only
school students staging a rally on forester, who has just announc­ ing.
Fellows hall, according to a tele­ $264.60 for the relief of the
ed
the
winter
move
camps
to
oc
­
Bridge street and practicing their
phone message yesterday from sheepmen who lost their sheep by
cur
during
the
month
of
October.
“Hold that line” yell . . . Lode
EPPING
ROAD
IS
dog slaughter, and the fees of
Rainier.
McDonald starting to sit with This change means an increase of
FINISHED SATURDAY
Further particulars will be an­ the control committee, which to­
two camps for Oregon and a
the high school football squad at
nounced in posters on the street. taled about $65. On the showing
loss of three camps for Wash­
the chamber of commerce lunch,
Rocking of the new road from
made by the control committee,
ington as against the summer
and Judd Greenman advising him
the resignation of Bandeen was
Airport Need. Team
allotment, but leaves the total Stony Point to the Nehalem in
to be his age ... Joe Wangler
accepted and Fred Figer appoint­
camps on approximately the same the vicinity of T. F. Epping’s
standing on the running board of
Renting a team, without hiring ed to the job, he to receive all
basis as last winter, according to was completed Saturday by the
his car jiggling it to get it
Buck. Nineteen summer camp county under Lode Me Donald, driver, at the airport has been of the license money collected.
started down hill . . . Les Sheeley
authorized from the county SERA
sites in Oregon and 23 in Wash­ supervisor.
hopped up over prospects of
Most of the hand labor on the office in St. Helens. Efforts to
Franklin Rogers wag home for
ington will be vacated on account
Vernonia’s being made an air,
road was done as a CWA project secure a team are being made by the week end from his duties at
base.
last spring.
(Continued on Page 8)
Hoffman lookout station.
Loel Roberts, timekeeper.
An independent ticket for each
of the city offices was filed Fri­
day afternoon as follows: Mayor,
George W. Johnson; councilmen,
Walter Kent, B. J. Cline and
Dennis Davis; treasurer, Mrs.
William Hammack.
Feathers . . .
and.. .Talons
Fine Response
Is Reported for
Library Drive