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THE NYSSA GATE CITY JOURNAL. NYSSA. OREGON. THURSDAY. JUNE 3. 1954
VOLUME XXXXIX
Nyssa—The Great
Sugar City
of the Northwest
NO. 21
Commencement Speaker Tells Seniors Service Offered May Rainfall Far Two A ppear In Proposed Cily Budget Increased For
Court On Drunk
To Elim inate
Below
Year
Ago;
Public Education Is Bulwark oi
Driving C harges Police, Equipment, Improvements;
A bandoned Refers
Wafer Supply Low
Tax Levy Remains Same as This Year
Democracy; Scholarships Presented
Tw o m ore d ru n k e n d riv in g
Periodic reports of the suffo­
cases w ere handled in the Nyssa
cation of children in abandoned
May ra in fall was far below that justice court this w eek to bring
Nyssa’s proposed city budget of $105,417.75 was dopted
Public schools cannot m ake you wise, but they give you refrig erato rs in various parts of
th a t w ith w hich you can recognize the facts and they give the U nited S tates have prom pted of a y ea r ago in spite of a "down the total to six for th e past tw o Tuesday by a budget com m ittee which set Tuesday,
’y 13,
pow er" M onday when .38 inches w eeks' period.
you the opportunity to realize w hat democracy means, D r. O. i P eterson F u rn itu re Co. of Nyssa of
as
the
date
for
a
public
hearing.
A
nyone
subject
to
v.ie
pro­
ram fell in th e valley The only
K eith L. M itchell of C aldw ell
posed
tax
levies
can
appear
and
vote
for
or
against
all
or
any
M e r id e th WHson, president of the U niversity of Oregon, told « .■ » * » &
p recip itatio n noted on North was arrested by sta te police last
g r a d u a t i n g N y s s a s e n io r s la s t T h u rs d a y e \ e n i n g .
th e firm , announced W ednesday. Board of C ontrol records for May. T hursday for d ru n k e n d riv in g on part of the proposal. The budget may be reduced, but nothing
can be added to any p a rt of th e * ---------------------------------- — ——
------------------------------------------- The speaker elaborated on the |
1954 was T h u rsd ay of last week
B rendle said th a t any ab a n ­ th rough M onday V h e n a total of Nyssa’s M ain street. M itchell a p ­ proposed budget.
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rig h t of everyone to an ed u ca­
peared
before
Ju
stic
e
of
th
e
C ity M anager Robert M A p p le - 1 » OIUIlt©©rS 0611
tion and em phasized th at the doned refrig erato rs or ice boxes .59 inches fell.
Peace
Don
M.
G
raham
and
was
nation th a t does not recognize will be picked up by his store,
.
j
-»r
A y ear ago. thene was precipi­ fined $150 and costs and was g iv ­ gate said th at proposed e x p e n d i-! tn
intelligence is doom ed. “T hous­ the doors rem oved and the boxes tatio n every day from May 18 en u n til J u n e 5 to pay th e fine. tu res for the com ing fiscal year i OPP1GS 111 INySSO
disposed of in the ju n k yard. He
o u n t to slig h tly over $30,000!
n
„
, .
,
The an n u al C om m encem ent ands of things happen to us each asked anyone know ing of such th rough May 31 for a total of 2.33 His car title was su rren d ered to am
^
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The Poppy Dav volunteers of
day
because
of
the
p
a
rt
the
public
|
m ore th an th e am ount budgeted , u »,
. . ..
.
.w eek band concert w as presented school had, and hundreds 0f hazards to caH th e store and ar- inches, th e largest am ount being the court as security.
. ________ _____.
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* the Nyssa post of th e A m erican
May 19 w hen .70 inches was n o t­
. ,, , the
..
A rrested S unday by state police for th e . . cu
on th e law n of the Nyssa high thousands o f
. rren t vear, ' but t h . a t 1! Legion A a u x iliary patrolled
things happen rangem ents w ill be m ade im- ed. On May 28, 31 and Ju n e 1 north of Nyssa was E frain G o n ­ th ere will
be
no
increase
in
tax
.
.
,
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school on th e evening of May 25 around us because of the public \ m ediately to elim inate them e-
.
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streets of Nyssa last S atu rd ay
The cu rren t budget was
.
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,
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J
<jy th e Nyssa high school band schools,” he com m ented, and he fore any children of this area are 1953, th ere w ere .56, 47 and .36 zalez of M ilto n -F reew ater who levies.
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oEo
h
and sold poppies for a total pro-
u n d er th e d irection of R alph A n ­ w ent on to assert th a t it would k l>led b-V locking them selves in- inches, respectively. During sev ­ was charged w ith d ru n k e n d riv ­ for a total of $75,258.
ceeds of $112 80.
W hile the budget shows p ro ­
en d iffe ren t days from Ju n e 1 ing. He allegedly crow ded tw o
derson.
In the contest to see w hich of
be im possible for the U nited R e ­
th ro u g h J u n e 15, 1953, a total of o ther vehicles off th e highw ay. posed expen d itu res of m ore than
M usical num bers presented by s ta te s to survive w ithout e d u c a -!
$30,000
g
reater
th
an
th
e
1953-54
the
Kirls w ould realize th e m ost
1 36 inches fell, the records show Gonzalzez ap p eared before Ju d g e
th e band w ere The T h u n d erer tion.
A verage tem p eratu res in May G raham T uesday and en tered a period, several thousand d o lla rs ! irom th elr P°PP>’ sales* J o re tta
M arch,
U niversity
of
Idaho
W ith w ar and the th re a t of
of this y ea r w ere higher than a plea of g uilty to th e ch arge and have been budgeted for specific M oeller won flrst foll°w ed by
M arch, The O nly T une The Band w ar, w h at can one person do, Dr.
y ear ago w ith an average maxi- was fined $200 and costs and g iv ­ pay m en t of d u ties instead of be- Dolores Duus, second and Edith
Could P lay was A uld L ang Syne, W ilson asked, a n d
p artially
m us of 76.7 degrees and an aver en a 60-day suspended jail se n ­ mg paid out of th e general fund or Pounds, third. T he A u xiliary held
M elancholy Me, T rio for T ru m ­ answ ered th e question by stating
th e trad itio n al early m orning
The boat hoist at O w yhee dam age m inim um of 45 3 degrees. The tence. T he d efen d an t w as released by borrow ing from som e other b reak fast for th e girls before the
pets, S outh of th e Rio, The Clock th at perhaps the act of one single
fund,
the
city
m
an
ag
er
said.
R
ev­
w arm est day w as May 18 when
in th e Toy Shop, The S k y w riter m an can change events. "Each of was closed effective J u n e 1 and the th erm o m eter clim bed to 95 after paying $100 of th e fine and enue is increased by th e sale of cam paign began.
court costs.
M arch, and U nder The Double you has been dedicated to the all boaters w ill have to use one of to set some k ind of a record. In ;
Of th e to tal am o u n t realized,
city property, such as veterans
several
o
th
er
approaches
to
the
Eagle M arch.
housing units and th e airp o rt and $84 will go to v eteran s who m ade
cause of goodness,” the speaker reservoir to launch th e ir crafts May of last y e a r the average
The band w as u n d er excellent said.
by budgeting funds th at in past th e poppies and th e rest w ill be
from the beach. K en R enstrom re ­ m axim um w as 66.7 degrees and
direction and th e num bers e v i­
years have been surp lu s and not used tow ard th e su p p o rt of d is­
The address w as in keeping ported this w eek.
the av erag e w as 42 5 and the
denced superior a rtistry by the w ith the slogan displayed across
abled v eteran s and th e ir children.
accounted for.
R enstrom said th a t th e w ater w arm est d ay w as May 6 when the
M em bers of th e A u x iliary spent
v arious m usicians.
the rostrum , “If the elev ato r to is low enough to m ake operation tem p eratu re rose to 87 degrees.
Increase
Police
Force
The m em bers of the O w yhee
S
atu rd ay m o rning in m aking
success is out of order, u se the of the hoist dangerous because of
W ater sto rag e in Owyhee res R iding club held a m eeting last
T he city council, and in tu rn
w reath s w hich w ere placed on
stairs.”
rv
o
ir
was
dow
n
to
422,200
acre
|
th
e
budget
com
m
ittee,
gave
its
F riday n ig h t at w hich they d e ­
rusted braces th a t don’t have the
th e graves of soldiers buried at
S cholarships A w arded
protection of the w a te r w hen the feet on J u n e 1, the lowest point cided to tak e an o v ern ig h t trail app ro v al to additional funds to H illcreast cem etery.
Lois W ilson and G earald Cox level goes down.
for at least 15 years, P aul House, ride to M orm on basin this S u n ­ increase th e police d ep artm en t
w ere presented the A m erican
from th ree m en to a four-m an
A ttention w as called to good m an ag er of th e N orth Board o f ; day.
Legion aw ards given on the basis roads th at are m aintained into C ontrol, rep o rted . He stated that j The m em bers of th e club have force. The cu rren t budget calls
of honor, courage, scholarship, the lake th ro u g h C herry Creek. storage is not a t a danger p o in t! been invited by th e W estern R id ­ for an ex p e n d itu re of $7,000,
The old gym w as the m eeting leadership and service. The p re ­ Leslie Gulch and Dry C reek by and th a t n o rm al use of irrigation j ing club of Boise to p artic ip a te in w hile th e proposed budget for the
place for C ub Scouts of pack 418 sentation w as m ade by Legion w hich boats can be tak en by w ater th ro u g h o u t th e project can th eir an nual trail rid e and chuck- com ing y ear calls for $9,900 to
at th eir May pack m eeting. H arry C om m ander A lbert H eldt and the tra ile r and launched from the be ex p ected w ith about 120,000 j wagon b reak fast at Mile High, a pay th e salary of th e chief of po­
acre feet of live storage left at point about 12 m iles n o rth of lice and th ree patrolm en.
N askashim a, cubm aster in tro ­ students selected by th e faculty. beaches.
P
hyllis
C
heldelin
w
as
p
re
sen
t­
th e end of th e season w ith the use | Boise.
A nother new position created
duced W alter M cP artland who
A record n u m b er of exhibits
of the p u m ping plant.
The club has decided to disco n ­ is th at of street su p erin ten d en t at w ere on disp lay a t th e an n u al 4-
discussed th e pros an d cons of a ed the O regon PTA fo u r-y ear fee
and
tu
itio
n
scholarship
to
Oregon
If th e re is norm al or heavy tinue the japoly races w hich the an annual salary of $3,900 and an H S p ring Show in O ntario last
continued C ub Scout sum m er p ro ­
snow fall n e x t w in te r on all areas m em bers h av e been sponsoring additional $600 has been b u d g et­ week, according to E. M. H auser,
gram. He pointed out the d iffi­ S tate College for elem entary
serving th e reservoir, there will 1 on every o th er S un d ay at th e ed for a city treasu rer. In past county ex ten sio n agent. The 376
culty of all reo rg anization w hen teach er training.
Ned S nider received a half
be sufficient w ater for the 1955 Nyssa rodeo grounds. The res- years about $600 has been e x ­ ex h ib its in clothing, cooking,
activities are dropped for the
N yssa’s Ju n io r Legion baseball
son for th e dico n tin u an ce is the pended from the general fund to hom em aking, k n ittin g , and w ood­
sum m er m onths. Den m others tuition am ounting to $1200 for a team defeated O ntario 12-2 Tues irrigation season, he said.
fo
u
r-y
ear
course
at
W
ashington
T em p eratu res dur ing the past sm all atten d an ce w hich th e races pay ex tra clerical help for such w o rk in g topped all previous d is­
w ere asked to give th e ir opinions
day night in the opening gam e of
services.
have thus far received.
and four of th e six dens now p a r­ U niversity at St. Louis, as w ell as the season at O ntario. Jam es Mc­ w eek w ere:
plays.
a
state
fee
scholarship
of
$90
to
New on the budget is an e x ­
M
ax.
Min.
Prec.
ticip atin g w ill continue.
P a rtic ip a tio n in th e various
the U niversity of O regon for Ginnis, Nyssa pitcher stru ck out May 26
p en d itu re of $2,400 for city
63
39
HAVE PICNIC DINNER
con
tests w as also good, p a rtic u ­
Mrs. C harles Long m ade a re ­ honors for leadership.
11 O ntario batters and was b ack ­ May 27
65
37
.03
Mr. and Mrs. Bud B en n ett and grounds atten d a n ts and is a c tu a l­ larly in th e d ress revue, w here
port on th e ticket sales for the
G earld Cox w as p resen ted a ed up by Bob S k in n er behind the May 28
ly
not
an
increased
expense
since
73
34
Bobby of N am pa, Mr. and Mrs.
over 100 g irls m odeled dresses
Scout C ircus held in C aldw ell $550 sustaining scholarship to the bat. B atteries for O ntario w ere May 29
75 , 54
.10 Bill M iller and R andy, and Mr. as m uch or m ore has been spent m ade in th e ir pro ject w ork.
May 14 and in O ntario May 15. College of Idaho.
Doman, S pielm an and H orym a, May 30
in
past
years
on
a
day
labor
basis
61
46
.08 and Mrs. Bill Schoen had a picnic
C ham pion in th e dress revue
110 tickets to tallin g $55 w ere sold
E lizabeth Louise S m ith Less-1 w ith Dom an strik in g out five May 31
63 ‘ 45
.38 d in n er S unday a t th e hom e of pai^ j’; im tl j. /.,-neral fund. An were: ^Kir. and apron division,
by th e Cub Scouts. Den 3 con­ m an was aw arded a $25 sch o lar­ Nyssans and S pielm an accou n t­ J u n e 1
increase
for
city
grounds
su
p
e
r­
60
40
Mr. and Mrs. Buss E vans of C ald ­
trib u ted $31 of th a t total. Dick ship to N orthw est N azarene C oll­ ing for th ree Nyssa batters. Nyssa J u n e 2 ____
in ten d en t from th e am o u n t on Kay Louise Ross of Lincoln co m ­
35
well.
M cP artland led w ith 19 tickets ege from the Nyssa C hurch of collected 7 hits against O n tario ’s
the previous budget, is th e r e ­ m u n ity ; cotton house dress, H elen
and Donald Shaw w as ru n n e r up the N azarene.
3.
sult of th e sam e change— actually W inter, O regon T rail; play suit,
w ith 18 tickets to his credit. Both
The first hom e gam e is sched­
bud g etin g th e ex p en d itu res in ­ K aren Ross, L incoln; school dress,
T w o scholarships i n
th e
boys are m em bers of Den 3.
uled
for
F
riday
night
w
ith
V
ale
stead of paying m oney out of the D onna W illoughby, G rove; best
am ount of $65 each w ere p re se n t­
Mr. M cP artland asked for op in ­ ed to J u n e Peterson. One a fee under the lights at the high
general fund on a day -lab o r dress, B ette Dyal, W illow C reek;
p arty dress, D ella W hite, W illow
ions on th e Scout C ircus to be scholarship to B righam Young school field.
(C ontinued on page 12)
C reek; tailored dress, L y n n ette
used at fu tu re planning m eetings. U niversity and the o th er a spec­
H ickm an, A rcadia.
Many likes and dislikes w ere e x ­ ial speech aw ard in the forensic
Mr. and Mrs. G eorge M itchell
pressed.
W inner in th e cooking contests
d ep a rtm en t at the sam e U n iv er­ and Doris Koontz of Boise spent
Den 5 led in the opening cere­ sity.
w ere L enore M cC lure of H arper,
M em orial Day in Council, Idaho, i
in th e d ollar d in n e r co n test; S a n ­
monies, followed by R obert Sher-
A sserting th at com petition is m ajo rity since 1878, N euberger
d ra F ulleton and S h aro n A lb e rt­
bert, ideas ch airm an for Ju n e ,
th e basis of A m erican business stated . “Do we w ant to continue
son of W illow C reek in th e d e m ­
who discussed and displayed sev­
and th a t th e tw o -p arty system is u n d e r a one-party system in this
o n stratio n contest; M arg aret B u t­
eral types of aviation. Two prizes
responsible for dem ocracy, R ich­ s ta te ? ” he asked. He w ent on to
A d rian —A b an q u et w as held at ler, A drian, ju n io r b re ad -b ak in g ;
will be given n ex t m onth for the
ard L. N euberger asked m em bers state, “ I would be opposed to
best k ite and p arach u te m ade by
of th e Nyssa C ham ber of C om ­ dom ination of one p arty even if the U nited P resb y terian church L y n n ette H ickm an, senior b read -
here S atu rd ay evening honoring baking, and th e ca k e-b ak in g co n ­
A total of $13,666 has been col­ from the $199.50 salary w hich in ­ m erce W ednesday to consider th e it w ere my own.”
a cub scout.
th e eig h th g rade g rad u ates of th e tests. B etty F u n k of W illiw C reek,
“M ississippi S how boat” was the lected by the Nyssa justice court clude annual office rent, $480; o f­ history of the tw o -p arty system
T
he
speaker
com
pared
Oregon
them e for May and each den had from M ay 1, 1952 th ro u g h A pril fice lights and fuel, $130; te le ­ w hen they vote at th e g eneral and W ashington as exam ples of program w ere Donna R eu ter who took cham pion cooking ex h ib it
1954, according to a rep o rt phone, $213.30, supplies, $200;
¿ angel food cakeT
m ade a boat; th ree of them p o r­ 31,
o n e-p arty control and adm inisra- gave a reading, Nels L arson w ho
subm itted last w eek to the M al­ crim inal
and
civil
dockets, election.
sang
a
solo
and
C
lau
d
ette
Day
I
T
h
ree
tro p h ies w ere p resen ted
trayed the R obert E. Lee and h eu r county court by Ju stic e of $127.50, for a total of $1.150.80, to
N euberger, now D em ocratic tion by two d ifferen t p arties as
who gave a reading.
for o u tstan d in g ach iev em en t in
th ree of them p o rtray ed the N a t­ the P eace Don M. G raham .
leave a m onthly salary of $142.44. state senator from M ultnom ah d iffe ren t times. W hen O regon b e­
1 p ro ject w ork, q u a lity of e x h ib its.
chez. The six boats first paraded
The re p o rt show ed th a t of this [ Ju d g e G raham requested a sal county and candidate for U. S. cam e a state, 4 m illion acres of gave a reading.
The d in n er w as p rep ared and j a nd p articip atio n in contests,
for th e paren ts com plete w ith am ount $10,851.23 w en t to the ary increase for his d u ties and senator, cited th e founding of the tim b e r land w ere set aside for the
captains, firem en, oilers, and tre a su re r of M alheur county and | pointed out th a t the volum e of A m erican governm ent on th e tw o- schools and now only 700 th o u s­ served by eig h th grade m others. I T he O n tario P ayless D rug tro -
Special guests w ere th e Rev. I phy w as p resen ted by Mrs. J o
gam blers. They th en w ere paired $2,870.75 w en t to the S tate of j business in his justice court has p arty system and called atten tio n and acres rem ain. In W ashington,
The co u n -----------------—
ty ’s sh are of th ----------------
e increased
500 percent since 1047
1947. to th e slow progress of so u th ern 2.9 m illion acres w ere set aside and Mrs. H enry Moore and M r .1 A nderson to S h aro n A nderson of
off to race against one an o th er Oregon.
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and tru e to history, the R obert am ount re m itted was divided into He stated th a t duties req u ire .his states w here only one p a rty has for schools and 18 m illion acres and Mrs. M. L. K urtz, S unday Jam ieso n for th e b est clo th in g
ev ery day of the w eek.
school teachers. P lace cards, cor- ’ project. S h aro n also received a
E. Lee won in each of the th ree four d iffe ren t funds: general services
county, $6,414 75; general county including S undays and holidays, been in pow er since th e Civil rem ain from w hich W ashington j
sages, tab le decorations and th e p u rp le ribbon on h er clo thing e x ­
races.
•
W
ar.
schools
are
receiving
revenue,
all
j
road fund, $3499; gam e fund, and called atten tio n to being c a l­
Den 3 told the story of the R ob­ $601.50, and law enforcem ent. led out at all hours of the day
Oregon has a o n e-p arty system because of the tw o p arty system p rogram w ere provided by th e | hibit.
ert E. Lee, each m em ber telling $280.
I and n ight to han d le cases brought as is evidenced by th e fact th a t
In 1949 some of th at rem aining six th and sev en th grade pupils | T he tro p h y for th e b est cookery
D uring th e tw o year-period th e in by th e sheriff, state police and th e last Dem ocratic U. S. sen ato r O regon tim b er was sold at p ri­ w ith Mrs. S tan ley Hill and Mrs project, given by th e O n tario Elks
a p a rt of the story.
Lloyd Pounds m ade the aw ards I ju stic e’s salary of $4,569.50, based I city police
lodge, was p resen ted to L y n n ette
was George C ham berlain w ho was v ate sale instead of at oral au c­ D effer in charge.
” E x tra-cu rric u lar duties include in office 40 years ago. O regon tion as had been planned and the
S tu d en ts honored w ere Kay H ickm an by J o h n M endiguren.
for the evening, first presenting on $199 50 p er m onth, w as paid
the aw ards won last m onth bu t from funds budgeted by th e co u n ­ th a t of v eteran s’ advisor and has not had a D em ocratic g o v er­ land w ent w ith it to leave n o th ­ M cDonald, F red Babcock, Joyce
T he tro p h y given by th e M al­
ty court along w ith o th er county counsellor for this area for w hich
Bowers, P ete H am m on, S hirley h eu r C ounty F arm B u reau for
which arrived too late for the appropriations,
G ra h am ’s rep o rt th ere is no rem u n eratio n and has nor since 1934 and th e sta te le g ­ ing for school revenue, N eu b erg ­
S k inner, Jam es M cKinley D on­ o u tstan d in g ach iev em en t in all
A pril Pack m eeting.
no bearing on the justice salary, islatu re has had a R epublican e r said.
stated.
Boy Scouts Tom Sallee, M ich­
He w ent on to cite national ald A shcraft, Billy Day, David 4-H hom e econom ics w o rk w e n t
D uring the period covered by according to G raham .
ael Eastm an, Dick Thom as, Bob the report, a to tal of 908 cases
The Nyssa justice suggested
scandals uncovered by R epubli­ Foster, L ouise H utchinson, L arry to B ernice Jo rg en sen of R idge-
Storm and David Ingebritsen con- j w ere processed w ith violations of th a t a salary of at least $300 per C. Findling Elected
cans du rin g Dem ocratic ad m in is­ M orris, D onnis Reed, S tev en view.
ducted the W ebelos cerem ony at m otor vehicle and tran sp o rta tio n m onth be established for the Nys-
n s and by Dem ocrats du rin g Sayre, L in d a Costley, S haron
Rifle Club President tratio
which H arlan Sager and S k ip p er | leading th e list w ith a to tal o f ! sa justice precinct.
M rs. Sam M cC onnell atten d ed
th e R epublican adm inistration, R oberts and K aren R oberts.
N akashim a w ere presented th e ir 657. C rim inal cases including
Cecil F indling w as reelected “w hich keeps a balance of pow er
M others p re p arin g th e m eal g rad u atio n ex ercises W ednesday
from
larceny to I
ever;
p resident of the N yssa R ifle and to protect the public,” he said.
w ere M esdam es R. D. M cK inley, m orning at th e N am pa J r. High
Webelos aw ards.
rape totalled 148, and civil and Observer Corps To
Pistol club at th eir an n u a l elec­
Closing cerem onies w ere led by sm all claim s accounted for 103
Low cost pow er cam e to W ash­ Basil H utchinson, D urlin H am ­ Miss K ay M oore, g ra n d d a u g h te r
Meet at Vet's Hall
tion of officers last T h u rsd ay e v e ­ ington state because of its two- mon, F red Babcock, K en n eth of Mrs. M cConnell g rad u ated . S he
den 6 and refreshm ents w ere sr- cases.
vd by dens 1 and 2.
T he re p o rt w en t on to item ize The Nyssa bran ch of the G round ning a t th e R alph L aw rence p a rty system resu ltin g in new M cDonald, C harles Bowers, C lar- w as one of tw o stu d en ts chosen
(Continued on P age 12)
to lead th e ban d at th e exercises.
expenses w hich m ust be paid O bserver C orps w ill m eet in the agency offices.
in d u stries such as an alum inum ance Reed and V erna Costley.
J a y B unn was elected vice p lan t at W enatchee w here the
V eteran ’s hall T uesday night.
A t the m eeting, w ings w ill be president, Jo h n S trick lan d , e x e ­ com pany paid $279,000 in local
presented to qualified m em bers cutive officer; N eal Nicholson, tax es afte r one y ea r of operation,
| and tw o film s w ill be shown. chief in stru cto r; R alp h G. L a w r­ th e speaker stated. Since the plan t
| M em bers of the C orps plan to ence, se c retary -trea su rer; H arold started operation it has sp en t $81
! finish th e observation tow er, K urtz, chief range officer and m illion in wages and investm ents,
M em orial services S unday at quences, and the re su lt has been
M ore item s of fu rn itu re and in ­ and Mrs. H arold B rendle of P e te r­
|
w hich is to be erected at the ro- H arold Sission, p u b licity m anager. w hile in O regon nothing has been
H illcrest cem etery w ere co nduct­ W orld W ar II, th e K orean W ar
O utgoing officers w ere C lifford done to tak e ad v an tag e of th e n a ­ cid en tals fo r th e new nu rsin g son F u rn itu re for c o n trib u tin g a
\ deo grounds som etim e this m onth
ed by N yssa’s tw o v eteran s o r­ and w ars going on in m any coun­
Main, P ercy C apper, V ernon R ob­ tu ral resources, N euberger a s­ hom e w ing of th e M alheur M em ­ dav en p o rt and tw o easy ch airs to
ganizations and th e ir w om en’s tries a t the p resen t m om ent,” the
orial hospital are still needed, ac­ th e n u rsin g hom e w ing, d u rin g
ertson, S trick lan d and K urtz.
serted.
Quartet and Dance
auxiliaries, the A m erican Legion speaker said.
cording
to th e hospital au x iliary the past w eek.
Speaking b riefly on farm su b ­
G raham rem inded his audience
and V eterans of Foreign W ars,
Mrs. R in eh art, sew ing an d m e n ­
w
hich
has
pledged itself to o b ­
sidies, th e can d id ate stated th at
JC Bicycle Program
w ith K erm it L ienkaem per se rv ­ th a t this nation has alw ays won Festival Announced
ding
ch airm an for th e m o n th of
tain
fu
rn
ish
in
g
s
to
add
a
m
ore
farm ers are as m uch en titled to
P lans have been com pleted for
any w ar engaged in and it has
May rep o rts th a t those assisting
ing as acting com m ander.
hom e-like atm osphere.
Held
for
106
Kids
subsidies
as
are
railroads,
a
ir­
Ceremonies included decorating nev er tak en one foot of land from the first an n u al q u a rte t and dance
A m ong th e m any th in g s needed last T uesday aftern o o n w ere M rs.
T he bicycle safety program lines, m agazines and new spapers. are a card table, re ad in g lam ps, M url L ancaster, Mrs. D ick S tock-
veterans graves and full colors any defeated enem y. “We have festival w hich will be given for
overcom e th e farm surplus,
were represented by escorts in helped re h ab ilitate the people and the public T hursday evening at sponsored by the N yssa Jaycees To
ham , Mrs. F red G u th rie an d Mrs.
th
ere
is need for m ore public book cases, hassocks, m irrors,
ended
M
ay
21.
rebuild th e ir countries, never ask- th e LDS stake house. Tw elve
Jake
Fischer.
Mrs.
W esley
pictures,
end
tables
and
gam
es
full uniform .
A fter a busy w eek d u rin g consum ption w hich can be in ­ such as checkers, chess, and jig B row ne is m ending ch a irm an for
Don M. G raham , veteran of i ing an y th in g in re tu rn , bu t al- q u arte ts have en tered th e com ­
creased w ith a n ational school
Ju n e.
three wars, spoke briefly a t the j w ays expecting results
. We petition and out-of-tow n judges w hich 106 ch ild ren w ere re g is­
lunch program , w elfare, overseas saw puzzles. T h ere is also a need
tered,
ap
p
ro
x
im
ately
84
bicycles
w
ill
select
the
best
in
th
ree
clas-
and
rem
inded
the
are
still
giving
billions
aw
ay
to
T he m em bership cam p aig n is
cerem onies
for
law
n
fu
rn
itu
re
.
A
nyone
h
a
v
­
gathering of m ore th an 100 people foreign countries th a t w ould stab ses, ladies, m ens and m ixed q u ar- w ere scotchlighted by Dr. Wood shipm ents and a fam ily allow ance ing an y item s th ey wish to donate still und erw ay . A nyone in tere ste d
system
p
attern
ed
afte
r
th
at
in
and Dr. Cobern. T rain in g th rough
th at th ere is a vast difference be- us in th e back should an o th er tets.
in joining th e o rg an izatio n i t r e ­
C anada. Since C anada adopted for th e horn« are asked to phone
tw een the resu lts of w ar and the w ar com e,” he said.
In the dance festival, 200 dancers out th e w eek was w as ca rried on
qu ested to co n tact Mrs. R in eh art
Mrs.
C
arlos
B
uchner,
Mrs.
Bob
th e fam ily allow ance program in
onsequences of w ar. The results,
The sp eak er expressed the opin- w ill pre: ent^ eleven dance num - by chairm an Klvin B allou.
or any a iltilia r y m em ber. W om en
1945, m ilk consum ption has in ­ Thom pson o r Mrs. G ra n t R in e­
A
film
,
“You
and
y
o
u
r
b
i­
he said, are w hat you expect and „ion th a t civil governm ental lead- bers, including six special fea-
are also rem in d ed to can o r p r e ­
hart.
The
au
x
iliary
w
ill
arran
g
e
cycle,” was show n and a talk was creased 30 percent, sales of shoes for pick-up and also ren ew in g serve a few e x tra ja rs o L 'jfcy
the consequences are w h at you ers have failed to Iteep the peace tu re dances.
*
by lacking the courage to stand
Mrs. Lloyd Lew is and Mrs. given by Nyssa Police C hief Lee has increased to use le a th e r and articles w hich ne<rf p ainting, etc. fru its or veg etab les for th e c a n ­
the consum ption of m eat, fruit
“It is very’ ev ident today th a t up an d tell R ussia w here this na- Roland Maw are in charge of the Hansen on city bicycle o rd in ­
G ra titu d e is expressed to Mr. ned food d riv e for th e hospital.
(C ontinued on P ag e 12) •
ances.
we have suffered from conse- tion stan d s on w orld affairs.
festival.
Concert Presented
By N yssa Hi Band
O w yhee Boat
Hoist Closed
Riding Club Plans
O vernight Rides
Pack No. 418 Cub
Scouts Hold May
Pack M eeting
Record N um ber
4-H Exhibits At
Spring Show
Ir. Legion Wins
Series O pener
Richard L. Neuberger Warns Nyssa
Chamber Members That One-Party
System In Oregon Hampers Progress
N yssa Justice Court Collects $13,666,
Processes 908 C ases, Two-Year Period
Vet Organizations Hold Ceremony
At Cemetery for Memorial Day
Adrian 8th G rade
Honored Saturday
At Banquet
More Furniture« Incidentals N eeded
For Malheur Hospital Nursing Home