Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, September 08, 1939, Page 8, Image 8

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1939
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
PAGE EIGHT
Third division — Coquille, Tilla­
rates are expected to fall is an­
nounced now, however, so that far­ mook, first; Silverton, second; Hills­
mers planning 1940 operations can boro, McMinnville, Newberg, third;
know approximately what payments Toledo, fourth; St. Helens, North
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they can earn.
Bend, fifth; Springfield Hood Ri­
The 1940 payments will be lowei ver, sixth; Burns, Grants Pass,
City councilmen of Vernonia at allowed over said airport without
a recent meeting passed an ordan- the consent of the city council first than those of 1939 because national Roseburg, seventh; Ashland, eighth;
ance regulating the use of the air­ having been obtained in writing. acreage allotments are larger. Funds Dallas, ninth.
Forest Visitors Should
71 Per Cent of Out-of­ port and the actions of those pres­ Section 10. No aircraft that has therefore, must be distributed on a Fourth division—Bandon, Enter-
Remember Rules of Care
State Tourists Originate ent during the time planes are not been inspected by the United broader basis. The 1940 national prise, Gladston, Heppner, Myrtle
with Fire
landed on the field. The act pro­ States Department of Commerce wheat acreage allotment is 62 mil­ Point, Vernonia, West Linn, all tied
in West
The Oregon State Motor Associa­ vides field rules and other laws and approved or does not have a lion acres, as compared with 55 for first; Newport, second; Forest
Present light rains have not
Similarly Grove, third; Beaverton, Milton,
state license shall be operated from rr.sllion acres in 1939.
necessarily ended the forest fire tion has launched a state-wide and regulations.
said
airport,
except
the
testing
of
O,e
^
on
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s
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19
v
4
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Sheridan, fourth; Gresham, Prine-
Section 1. All flying shall be
season and forest visitors shou!'1 i survey to determine whether hotel
nient will be 851,458, —
an increase ville, fifth; Lebanon Union, Wood-
remember the rules of care with 1 and camp proprietors and other dene in strict conformance with planes may be permitted by consent)1—............. ~~
Per cen^‘
'burn, sixth; Milwaukie, seventh;
fire, according to the Forest Ser- business concerns serving the travel­ the rules set forth by the United of the city council having first
i Oswego, Reedsport, eighth.
ling public believe that Oregon’s States Department of Commerce. I been obtained in writing,
vice.
Section 11. No motor shall be
Standings are based on the per-
“The history of past fire sea- heavy tourist advertising in eastern and rules and regulations that may
( centage of improvement in acci-
sons,” says the Regional Office, “in- magazines is bringing profitable re­ be hereafter enacted by said de­ started or run unless a competant
pilot or mechanic is in attendance!
dents made for the month of July
partment.
dilates that rains coming at this sults.
$0*
at the controls, and in starting an I
In the current issue of The Ore­
this year in comparison with the
time of year breed a false sense
Section 2. All aircraft shall be
corresponding month last year, The
of security. The records indicate gon Motorist the association took taxied at a slow and cautious speed lireraft motor the customary safe'
contest runs till the first of the
that often we have several weeks the position that much of the $t00,- to the point of take off or to hang­ procedure shall be followed at all
year at which time final standing',
of dangerous fire weather before 000 advertising allocation is mis­ ers. and no aircraft shall be left times.
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Section 12. No motor shall be run
will be computed and the winners
the fall rains set in. This was the directed, since 71 per cent of the without an experienced person in
Vernonia
stood
in
first
place
in
case in 1936 and 1937, when fires out-of-state tourists originate in attendance when the motor is run­ so that the hangers, passengers or
in etch division will be awarded a
other persons shall be in the path its division for July in the 1939 sal of highway plaques designating
were fought through the month California and Washington, largely ning.
•Cities
Traffic
Safety
contest,
spon
­
of the propellor stream, and no
the city as 1939 safety contest win­
of October. Even though the forests California. The association favors
Section 3. No aircraft shall be
sored in Oregon by Earl Snell, sec-
ner. These plaques will be suitable
have been moistened, there is, in spending nearer home the bulk of left on the runway for a greater motors shall be run in hangers or
•shops without special permission retary of state, it was announced fur mounting on standards at the
many cases, much dry tinder under- funds available for promotion and
period of time than is necessary in
today.
laving been first obtained from the
neath. A neglected match, cigarette advertising.
city entrances..
Hying operations, and the runways
Standings in the four divisions
?ity council.
In submitting the questionnaire,
or campfire could start a smoulder­
Since improvement is the key
shall be kept clear of obstructions
states: “Those of
Section 13. The conduct and man- were as follows:
:
ing fire in such cases, which would the association
pcint of the contest, the city which
at all times.
First division — Portland, first;
igt ment of the public in attendance
break out later into a real confla- you who are actually catering to
Section 4. All passengers, ex­ t the airport shall at all time be Astoria, second; Eugene, Klamath makes the greatest progress in the
gration with the return of danger- the needs of tourists—providing
reduction of accidents, fatalities
them with overnight accommoda- cept students receiving instructions, inder control and supervision of Falls, Medford, Salem, tied for ar.d injurias, will receive the high­
our fire weather.”
shall
board
planes
in
the
loading
,
feeding
them
and
meeting
the
city
council,
and
the
City
of
third.
The Forest Service bids throngs ticns,
est rankings, Snell said.
zone at the east end of flying Vernonia will not be responsible
Second division — Albany, first;
welcome to the national forests, but the in­ —can give the accurate answer
urges every one to practice scrupu­ to the problem. You know what field, and in no case shall' passen­ or any loss or damage suffered by Corvallis, Oregon City, tied for
gers or other persons be permitted any person or persons while on the
lously the well known rules of your cash register shows.”
second; Bend, third; The Dalles, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
jn the loading area until the plane ■voperty of said airport while rid­
woodmanship as to care with fire.
fourth; Baker, fifth; Pendleton,
they are to take passage on shall ing in or entering or leaving any sixth. Marshfield was not given a FOR SALE—Pears. 50c per box.
be ready to load.
aircraft or vehicle, and all persons rating for July due to insufficient
You pick them and bring your
SINGERS TO BE AT MIST
Section 5. Drinking or posses- entering upon the said airport as- reports received at the secretary of own boxes. Mrs, A. L. Parker, Mist
GYM SUNDAY EVENING—
sion of intoxicating liquor or any ume all risks upon themselves with- state’s office.
(Continued from page 1.)
Route, Vernonia.
Reverend J. S. Tucker and a
jther violation of the law shall be out recourse to the City of Verno­
place
was
won
by
group of singers from radio sta­ seconds. Second
cause of permanent exclusion of nia.
tion KEX of Portland are scheduled Harry Hall and E. Nygaard with a the guilty party from the airport.
Section 14. The following charges
Your Money Buys a Better Value When You Trade
to be in Mist at the gymnasium time of seven minutes, 16 seconds
Section 6. Any person or persons hall be made for the use of said
at the
Wridge
and
on the coming Sunday evening at and third to Willard
operating any aircraft in violation airport, which charges shall be col-
VERNONIA
BARGAIN
STORE
7:30 p. m. An interesting service James Rusow in seven minutes, 30 f this ordinance shall be deprived 'eeted by the person in charge of
NEW
and
USED
GOODS
including singing and instrumental seconds.
ftom further use of the airport and mid airport and shall be turned
810 BRIDGE STREET
First place for log bucking was its facilities.
music will be held. An announce­
over to the general funds of the
Reynolds
with
a
time
won
by
Dave
ment of the event states that all
Section 7. No motor vehicles, ex City of Vernonia when collected.
minutes,
50
seconds
of three
aic cordially invited to attend.
cepting ambulances, or light oil
A. Hanger Service, per day $1.00,
through a log 35 inches in diame­ trucks or service trucks shall
be per month, $15.00.
ter.
Second
went
to
John
Reynolds
SPOTLIGHT STOLEN
allowed on any part of the runways
B. Passenger for Hire, each 15
with a time of 3:52 and third to ir other portions of the field used
SATURDAY EVENING—
per cent of fare.
R. McDonald in 4:07.
for landing or taking o»V, and at no
C. Student Instruction, per month,
The activity of thieves recently
Log chopping winners were first time shall motor vehicles be parked
5 per cent of cost of instruction.
was
responsible
for
the
loss Russell Henry, time 3:20; second,
in hangers or between handers and
D. Student Planes, per month,
SPECIALS for FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 and 9.
by Edward Clark, market man- Dave Raynolds, time 4:00; and
runways.
$5.00.
ager at Safeway, of a spot- third, Tom Juola with a time of
Section 8. No rubbish, debris, re­
Section 15. No charge shall be
light accessory to his automobile, 4:15. The log used varied between
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
'use, .oily rags, or other waste shall made for the airport for sale and
The machine was parked before 15 and 17 inches in diameter,
be placed or kept on said airport or demonstration of aircaft, and all
the MacDonald Hotel when the
First, second and third place win- or building on said airport premises. aircaft using said airport as an
theft was made. The guilty person ners in the Monday women’s ’'ail
Section 9. No acrobatic flying, emergency landing or non commer­
or persons has not as yet been de­ driving contest were Betsy Ny-
wing walking, parachute jumping cial purposes shall not pay any fees
termined.
Igaard, 38 seconds; Goldie Hall, 49
o’- other air exhibitions shall be for said use.
seconds; Mabel Mitchell, 50 sec-
LOUISIANA
or.ds. Each contestant was given
Attend Fair-
lecessary
for
all
covered
employers
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stubbs were 110 large nails to drive into a tim
elberta
to report wages earned by all their
at the State Fair in Salem on Mon­ ber and competition was against
employes in order that the commis­
day.
time.
sion may complete its records look­
no
ing toward a minimum of employer
reporting after January 1, 1940.
After that date, reports to the
state commission may be completed
Changeover to Quarterly by preparing a carbon copy of the
report to the federal government.
Association
Present Light
Rains Do Not To Determine
E nd Fi re Da nger Value oi Ads
City Council Passes Act
Regulating Airport Use
FACTÍ
Large Crowds
Extra Special
LADIES NEW FALL AND WINTER i
Felt Hats
New Fall Showing
Special Price
$1.00
Little Dorothy Dresses
Sizes 3 to 16 Years ------ Very Large Assortment
.................... 98c
PRICE
SCOTCH PLAID SUITINGS
35e and 59c
SPUN RAYON DRESS MATERIAL 35c & 59c
BLANKETS
69c “> $13.95
LADIES SLIPS
49c '» $1.98
BOYS TROUSERS
98c «° $2.49
BOYS POLO SHIRTS
25e to 98c
BOYS WOOL SWEATERS
49c — 98c — $1.98 — $2.98
Headquarters for School
Supplies
BOYS WOOL MELTON ZIPPER JACKETS
$1.98 — $2.98 — $3.49
BOYS CHAMBRAY and COVERT SHIRTS 49c
Tokay Grapes
Bananas
Ripe
YAMS
Peaches
Onions u s. 1
Wage Data
N om Due Office
Of Commission
Reporting System Calls
for Record of Earnings
Payments by
AAA to ße
18 to 20 Cents
Employers covered by the state
unemployment
compensation
law
were reminded today that wage data
for the final quarter of 1938 and
thi first two quarters of 1939 is
now due in the central office of
the commission here in Salem.
Payment Last Year Was
Change over to the quarterly e-
porting system necessitated calling
28 Cents; Cannot Estab­
for a record of all' earnings in cov­
lish Rate This Early
ert d employment for all workers, in
order that the commission may post
it is expected that wheat far-
the items necessary to permit pro­ m< rs who comply with the AAA
cessing of claims in 1940 without ' farm program in 1940 will be paia
asking employers for wage data at from i 18 to 22 cents a bushel on
the time of separations.
the 1 normal yield of their acreage
Wage data for July, August an J allotment, as compared with 28
cents this year, according to word
September is due in October.
Some employers harbour the mis1 received by the state AAA office
taken impression that payment of at Corvallis. This includes conser­
contributions satisfies the require­ vation and price adjustment pay­
ments on wage reporting, officials ments.
Definite rates cannot be estab-
laid. It was pointed out that for
the remainder of the base year :ished at this early date, it was
which ends September 30 it is said. The range within which the
Houses for Sale
DILL PICKLES
2^-Size Cans
CAMAY TOILET SOAP
pound
box
10 ib. bag
.......
Each 10c
3 Bars 17c
H-lb. pkg. 29c
Tall Can 6c
2 for 25c
3 Pkgs. 25c
TEA, CANTERBURY ORANGE PEKOE
CHERUB MILK
......................................
PORK & BEANS, Large 2% Size Cans
RIPPLED WHEAT
Airway Coffee 1-lh.bag 12c; 31b. 35c
Su-Purb Soap Large
Package.
FRESH
Corn Flakes KR1SP
pkg. 5c
Grapefruit Juice Large
46-oz. can. 2 for 25c
—Shop Safeway for Quality Meats—
BACON,
Armour’s Sugar Cured,
lb- 21c
By the Piece
BEEF ROAST
I
pound
................................
SALMON
PORK STEAKS
21c
Lean Center Cuts
DRY SALT PORK
25c and 49
BOYS and MENS FELT HATS
$1.49
$3.49
$1.95
Low Down Payment - Easy
19c
Ik
Well Streaked with Lean
BOYS SUSPENDERS
ib. 14‘/2C
Each 49c
COTTAGE BUTTS
From $500 up
5c
5c
5c
55c
15c
VEGETOLE SHORTENING
39c
Terms on Balance
Caley A. Stanwood, Inc.
See T. B. Mill« — Vernonia
pound