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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1939
V E R N O N U EAGLE, V E R N O N U , OREGON
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A W ELCOME SO U N D N O T
THE MOST RECENT CITY ,
H E A R D FOR SOME T I M ^
ORDINANCE B A D L Y N E E D E D ^
TH E IsEGINNING of woflTnt tho Oregon
' TIIE CITY council,at tholr last meeting
American mill last Wcdnesday-ognin' brought
passed , an ordtnanco which can easily prove
sounds of an activity, that havD bcen missed
of great value to children of the city in that
since the shut down which began September
it regulates the use,o f bicycles, thereby pro­
25th. The beginning of work will bring joy
viding a. means of regulation and protection.
Bicycle riders seldom take ncccssary pre-( to many families which have been without
income since that time and will make possible
cautions for their own safety; especially when
a far more joyous Christmas thafi other\vise
riding at night. The .first section of the regula-
would have been Mssiblc should the shut down
tlion tfckes into consideration that particular
have continued Idhger.
danger of nfterhight riding. Few bicycles have
The end of difflcuitie.s came through the
lights in any degree suitable to illuminate
proposal to arbitrate the disagreement, tho
them HO that motorists may bo made awaro
proposal of settlement being submitted by
of their presence. According to the ordinance,
IWA Local No. 37 and rofluiring an arbitra­
bicycles muatlcarry n forwai^ light visible at
tion board to bring about a- final decision.
a-distance of at least 300 feet in normal
Regardle.ss of that decision, whatever it may
weather conditions and a roar light or ruflcct-
be, men whose livliliood del)ended upon work
or visible at a distance of at least 200 feet.
In the mill and at the logging camp arc;,again
With such lights the bicycle rider may
gainfully employed ‘and w ill be able to pro-
be assured of a le.ss degree of' danger to him-
splf and the car driver will enjoy a greater 'vlde needed funds for their families..
What the decision' of the arbitration board
feeling of ease from the thought that ho may
accidentally strike n bicycle that'he xould, not ' may be remains to be learned at tho end of
the
15-days time se't jiside for that purpose.
sto at night until It was too late to avoid an
It is to bo hoped that the findings and recom­
acbidont.
mendations of that group may be satisfactory
Another feature of the ordinance' that
to both sides involved and that no future
cannot go amiss, if enforced strictly to tho
difficulties may arise which will result in a
letter. Is that prohibiting riding on sTdewalks
Kh’utdown such as tho ono just experienced.
in the business district. Accidents to pedes-
Should a difficulty iiri.se it is to be hoped that
tralns have rc.sulted In death from such ac­
a board of arbitration may be called ui>on
tions. Such case.s arc rare but possible and
immediately to give ultimate decision.
many injuries do come ns tho result af the
use of sidewalks for bicycle paths. That sec­
tion of the ordinance certainly cannot but bo
A DECISION TO BE
“ worthwhile.
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G IV EN IN 120 DAYS—
A third feature of the ordinance that
A SIZEABLE crowd representing practic­
warrants comment is tho regulation placing
ally every portion of the proposed people’s
bicycle riders in tho same classification as
utility district was present at the public hear­
operators of other vehicles and requiring
ing of the Oregon Hydroelectric Commi.ssion
those riders to be subject to provisions of
last Saturday to learn us much concerning the
laws of the State of Oregon dealing with that
propo.sal as possible. The c6mmisslon's pur­
subject This fraturo makes it imperative to
pose hero wii.s not one of explanation of tho
observe traffic aws and thereby adds another
district but to hear arguments both for and
measure of safoty.
against the proposal, that data to bo used by
It is also commendable to note that the
Safety Club of tho Washington griido school
the commission in rendering a decision as to
feasibility of tho districL’a formation.
has been studying bicycle rcgulntlonH enforced
by tho city of Eugene. Education of children
As was stated at that time the dci;islon
to tho danger which may arise from careless­
will be given in 120 days. Tlien will be learn­
ness will liring better observance of the rules
ed the results of the commission’s investiga­
of the ordinance and provide an understand­
tion. The commission Is composed of members
ing of the regulations that would not be gain­
capable i f making n thorough study of con­
ed otherwise.
ditions prevailing bore and whether those con­
ditions \varrant a di.strlct to ])urchase Bonne­
ville electricity.
A number of arguments were presented
V e r n c n i a
E a l^ le
on l)oth sides of the question with varying
opinions being expressed. Ilpwever. ns stated
before, feasiijility of such a district will be
M A R V I N K A M H O L Z , E d it o r n n c l P u b lis h e r
leifrned when the comnii.s.sion has mado public
its opinion.
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De a r S a n ta .
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1 ft c b o t o r a n d a b l ^ b ln ^ o - s e t . P le a s e
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id c a n e S a n t a w i l l y o u r Iv c B e n n y ,
in y llt t lo
b r o t h e r , a s t o c k in ir f u U
if c a n d y . S a n t a p le a s e b r in g M is *
it a m n e y o n e le c t r ic n t o v e .
W i t h lo v e .
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D e a r S a n t a C la u s ,
P le a s e s e n d m e a M o u n t l e s u it ,
a n d s le d , a n d a c a r , a n d a n a ir p la n e .
I w a n t a s u it f o r m y fa t h e r a n d a
d r e s s f o r m y J il o t h e r . I w a n t a bi-
c y c ic t h is y e a r , a n d a c o > v b o y s u it .
1 w o n t n s c o o t e r a n d s o m e niofy
b o o k s . T h is is a l l I w a n t f o r C h r is t -
n r a s : H a p p y ' N e w Y e a n ' G o o d b y js
Y o u r t f r ie n d ,
Le s to r De H a rt
• '
De ar S a nta .
I w a n t a d id c e d o ll a n d a d o c t o r
s e t a n d c a n m y lit t le b r o t h e r h a v e
a n e io c t r lc t r a i n .
W i t h lo v e ,
P a ts y P a rry
A n n a le e
L IN C O L N
M o the r
c o a t.
De a r S a n ta .
W ill y o u p le a s e b r in e m e
real
w r is t - w a t c h a n d a p l a y t y p e w r it e r
lh a t t y p e s . P le a s e d o n o t f o r g e t t h e
re nt o f m y f a m ily
a n d the po or
c h ild r e n . P le a s e b r i n f ; M is s J la m s e y
n f o u n t a in p e n a n d a n e w d r e s s .
W i t h lo v e ,
E d d ie K a p h a m m c r
G4
F o r e ig n n d v c r l l a l n g
fu r
an
W i t l i lo v e ,
I>y or
1879.
c o n ln
w a nts
r u b b e r - t lr c d
I w a n t a d y d c e d o l l o n d a p a ir o f
COMMERCIALIZING ON
• k a t e s a n d . a v l p l l n a n d d o n o t fo r -
T H E CHRISTMAS TREE—
Kvl P a u lin e w a n t s d t e d d y b e a r a n d
AN ITEM appearing last week in the l' a t » y w a n t s W a i t S h h i r lo l e v y e . T e m p le d o ll.
new.s items chronicled from the Stoney Point
B e r n a d i n o K in g
sector mentioned an activity being carried on
ar S a nta .
which is each year gaining in imiwrUmce in D e IM
!« ’ b r in g m e o n e le c t r ic t r c in
the Northwest. The news item mentions 'hat a n d a s id t *w o lk b ik e n n d a p a ir o f
"regular trips were being made to i’ortland s k a t e s a n il t h a t is a ll.
W i t h lo v e .
with Christmas trees."
L e s t e r W e lls
The cutting, iiiicklng and .‘ihipping of
Cl'iristmas trees is gaining in importance as D e a r S a n t a .
IMo ojti' b r in g m e a n e le c t r ic t r a in
li seasonal industry which helps to swell funds
at the holiday season for those so engaged a n d a b o w a n W t i i t h a r r lo o w v e s , .
and at the same time it makes |>us|iible the
B a r n e y McKay
rnjoyment of those trees liy cliiUlren and
De a r S a n ta .
grown ups who otherwise would probably not
M a y I h a v e a p a i r o f r o ll e r s k a t e s
1 ) 1 ' able to procure a small fir tree for the day a n d a t r ic k a n d p le a s e d o n ’t f o r g e t
wliich it has grown to symbolize in many M n r ia a n d M o t h e r .
W’ i t h lo v e .
countries.
L n v o n n a B r o w n le e
Showing that the industry has grown in
size, a portion of a recent newsreel appearing D e a r S a n t a .
P le a s e g iv e m e a p a i r o f s k a t e s
here gave mention to the shipping of those
trees to far distant ])oints in many countries. , » n d a d o ll. W i l h lo v e ,
Ore ­
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20
a
r c in d iiL ' r
T h e ’W e a t h e r ^ la - c o | d - h e i^ a n d it f o r B it t h o ' t o y i y o u , h a v e g iv e n m a
f r M S M n e a r l y w e r y . n i g h t . O n S s t > n n d m y a ls t e r . G o o d b y e a n d g o ^
u r a a y a n d f i u i t d a y 1 l i k e t o s lid e o n lu c k ; U e r r y C h r i i t r o a a .
,
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t h e f r o it d o n *t y o u ? 1 w o u ld .lik e t o
Y o u r < r ic n d ,
h a v e a conwftyoy a u i t a n d a
ne w
E d w a r d F o w le r
r a s o r l o r f a t h e r . A n d I w o u ld lik e
t o h a v e a t o o l s e t t o e . A n d w o u ld
Dc A r S a n lB C ln u a ,
^
y ou s e nd s o m e a o o w . Goo dby b and
T h ia y e a r I w a n t a a t e o m c n g in o
M e r r y C h r is t m a s .- ^
> Ge orge McKay
a n d t h e W iz a r d o f O x b o o k , a t o o t
'
P f e a t e f a r ln ir m «
and
your
D ear-S anttt- Ciau s,
Goodbye,
NE AL W . BU SH
A tto rn e y
Jo y T h e a t r e
In
e l Law
B ld g ., P h o n « 6 0 3 .
V e r n o n ia
Mondaya
T u t id a y a
and
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