The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, October 18, 1961, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 Tha News-Review, Roseburg, Or Wed., Oct. 18, 1961
Ike May Have Taken Some Sfeam
Qui Of Yugoslav Plane Hassle
Iicli-nse Department pro-
Aili. 2i, llttO: th Stale
ake-' for clarifying
'information Oct. 25; the iJrft-nse
j Iiepartment supplied the informa
WASHINGTON (AP) Former i changeover of dministrtions. , Ai outlined by Salir.grr, this is
President Dwiitht D. Kisenhower I Tk- uihii. .,.,.. .M ih sale !" ihronnloiiy of the transaction
m;iv have taken some uf the 1 .Anim.i. nr..urm huiin unHpri me
steam out of the heated contro-i ..,- iir..H..,.i ii.n-v s Tru. posed the sale of the r'Wil)
verv that has rumhled over the!a m.iniiinij nnlir theljets
V. S. sale of 131) surplui jeti Kisenhower administration. The Department
imhttr planes to Ummunut Yu- jd deal nself was completed un
rilvl:iVI .u - 1 1.. Bminialratirin
lie fleelareil Tues.lav that the; w v Hvrrf I Hon l)ec. 14; the State Depart-
transaction was "in the best in- n u. t,,'.',i.' ..iierf the deal'nien' approved the sale last Jan.
trrrsts of the United States." i fantastic and predicted that
"when this matter is brought De-
fore Congress, the proceedings
will be overwhelmingly repudiated."
The White Hous- version or tne
sale's background and the state-
Kisenhower and the White
House agreed that the former
chief executi -e had not personal
Iv briefed President Kennedy or
the plane deal. But the White
House said military aides of the
two had gone ove- the matter, i m-nt k.uerf Sv Kisenhower were
There had been published reports m general agreement. Kisenhow
that Kisenhower personally hadjer put out the statement a short
given Kennedy In'ormation on the time after he had commented on
purchase agreement during the j tj,, matter at news conference.
Pierre Salinger, While House
press secretary, said the former
president had left a list of things
to be considered by the incoming
administration and the jet sale
was one of them.
"There were reasons advanced
why the program should go for
ward, yes," Salinger said in re
ply to a question.
1ft a few days before the Hepulj
lican Kisenhower administration
li ft office and the Democratic Ken
nedy administration took over.
Oakland Youths
Ask For Attorney
Joe Daniel Reed, 18, Oakland,
and Thomas Monroe Pratt, 19,
Sutherlin, each asked 1o see an
attorney when arraigned in the
District Court of Gerald ft. Hayes
Tuesday on charges of larceny
over $75.
They are charged in complaints
with the theft of three 55 gallon
drums containing gasoline, one 55
gallon dum of oi', one hand bar
rel pump, three 55-gallon empty
drums, the property of Herman
Aydelntt, doing business as Ayde
lott tagging Co., Sunday night near
The pair was arrested Monday
night by Deputy Sheriff (). J.
Shanafcit, (Slide resident deputy,
with the aid of Oakland Police.
The property was recovered near
Authorities Take Prisoners
Two men arrested over the week
end on auto theft charges are be
ing released to authorities in other
Charles Alvin Davis, 26, listed
as a transient, was released to
Multnomah Coumy authorities
Tuesday. He was arrested Sunday
on Highway 99 between Myrtle
Creek and Canyonville after offi
cers were alerted about a 1951 se
dan stolen in Portland.
Charles Peter Grimm, 18. of Win
ston, is to be released today to
California parole officers. He was
arrested in Winston Monilay in pos
session of a stolen vehicle, state
police reported.
The local charge against him,
however, was dismissed on ar
raignment before Sutherlin Justice
of Peace Ward Watson, to free
him fur the California authorities.
Dental Assistants Hear
Talk On FlourirJation
Dr. Francis Suit and Dr. Verner
Anderson spoke on "Flouridation"
at the first fall dinner meeting of
the I'mpntia District Dental Assist
ants Society held recently at the
Oak Tree Inn. Group discussion fol
lowed. Projects and programs for the
ensuing year wer- planned.
Dr. Robert Driver and Dr. Jef
frey Currier will speak on "Can
cer and Oral Surgery" at the next
dinner meeting set for Oct. 26 at
the Bamboo House.
Folk Dance Sessions
Scheduled At YMCA
A class in international fulk danc
ing will be conducted at the YMCA
in Kosehurg one night each week
the YMCA office said todav.
Plans for the new dancing pro
gram were initiated at a meeting
of interested YMCA members this
After determining that interest
was greatest for international folk
dancing, the group decided to set
folk dance sessions each 'I hursday
night from 7 : .10 p m. to 9:30 p.m.
Mrs. Nels l.indell, Kosehurg, will
be instructor. .Mrs. Lindell and her
husband directed an international
folk dance group in Kosehurg a
few years ayo.
First dance session is scheduled
SEATTLE (AP) - A former1 ,r ' """'-y ( ' i "s week.
Milton. Wash., salesman. Jack I.. ""' ."' nave opportunity
R.b.son. 40. turned himself in l0 '"n dances native o such coun
the Federal Bureau of Investiga
tion Tuesday to face charges of
, i....r..i niMi-t
cmuciziciiieiu aim umawiui m&ui .
lo avoia prusi-i uiiuii
Accused Embezzler
Gives Himself Up
mcfifor Thursday night of
I Participants will have
fs-rp'""" " "s ' i- 11 1 ". i" r
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YOUTH GOES BERSERK Tennyson Beard, 15, is taken
from a police cor by patrolman Steve Snyder, left, after
Beard shot and killed Deborah Humphry, 14, and criti
cally wounded William Hachmeister, 15, in a shooting at
Denver's Morley Junior High School Tuesday. Officer Sny
der holds the gun used by Beard. (UPI Telephoto)
Portland Man Killed On Hilton Hotel Job
Juvenile Council Plans State Meeting
The Douglas County Juvenile Ad- Dave Williams, chairman of the lion. It was deckle" that five maj-
visory Council Tuesday night be- Marion County Juvenile Advisury ur discuMon sessions would he
gan making plans in Hoseburg for Council and temporary stale chair- planned for the convention. They
a state cunvrnlu of juvenile ad-,man; Kuhard K McDevitt, di- wuuld cover 111 organization and
visory councils Nov. 17 and 18. I rector of the Mario County Juve- function of juvenile advisory coun-
Father John Welch of the Suth-,nl1 Department; and Circuit t,,, evaluation and interpretation
erlm Kpiscopal Church, a member Judge Juseph Felton. president of j he state s new juvenile code,
of the council w named chair-Oregon Juvenile Court Judges juvenile detention facilities, early
man uf "ie planning committee, i Association and vire president of discovery of delinquency tendencies
Association. All three are from C5
Salem. I Ti, rnnvention will be held at
Discussions Planned 1 the L'mpqua Hotel in Koseburg.
These men will work with the j The counci. wi meet Tuesday
Douglas County council to secure nisht for the ncx' two weeks to
speakers for the two-day conven-' continue convention plans.
The convention i i Roseburg will
have considerable significance be
cause ;t will marV the formal for-r
mation o' a state organization of
advisory councils. Bylaws will be!
adopted and officers elected.
Formation Pushed j
The formation of the state group!
was given impetus by the legisla-
ture s ruling in 19-9 that every
county with a population of more
than 50,0(10 shuuli' have juvenile
council. Representatives of at least
17 are expected a the convention.
On hand at the meeting in the
courthouse Tuesday to help in or
ganizing the convention were W.
Harrington. 44. Portland was
Robisoa. whose estranged wife!-'' -'-" "'""'r imeresieu
and daughter live at McMinnville,
Ore., is accused of embezzling
more than $10,000 from an Kl Paso
supermarket for which he was as
sistant manager. He had about
$5,000 with him.
tries as America. British Isles.
aouui smerica ana tne Scandina-; jured fatally Tuesday in an ac-
nauons. eirient at the III ton Hotel con-
instruction will be open to struction site in downtown Port-
Oakland Residence
Destroyed In Fire
A fire this morning shortly be
fore 10 destroyed the ranch home
uf the Paul Hansen family east of
Oakland, reports correspondent
Edith Dunn.
The fire was discovered by Han
sen, but it was burning too badly
to allow him to call the Oakland
Fire Department. He had to rush
to a neighbor's house to put in
the call. By the time the fire truck
arrived, the fire had progressed
too far.
Mrs. Dunn says nothing was sav
ed from the blaze of undetermined
' land.
Harrington's chest was crushed
against a shoring timber by a
large' bucket that had glanced off origin.
another timber. He died three I Hansen is a sheep rancher. The
hours after the accident in Good ' home was formerly owned by Gary
Vt t
Samaritan Hospital.
I Koberson.
Melrose Youth Banquet
Slated For Saturday
Reservations for the Metros?
Community Church harvest time
youth banquet slated for Saturday
must be made by Thursday night
with Don lsakson or the church
pastor, the Rev. Glen Davis.
All young people of high school,
junior high or college age in the
Melrose community are invited to
attend the banquet which is being
given by adults of the church and
is free to the Melrose young peo
pie. Curt Lowen, agriculture and shop
teacher at Roseburg High School,
will b the guest speaker.
Helen Skaugset
Tri-Ciry Dinner Slated
The annual harvest dinner spon
sored by the Tri-City PTA will tie
held f riday from i to 7 p.m.
the mulli purpose room of the Tri-
City hchool.
A turkey dinner with all the
trimmings will he featured plus a
dessert and beverage of individual
Tickets may be obtained at the
dinner or from school children who
are currently selling them.
Funeral services for Mrs. Helen
Lou .Skaugset, 52, Tiller resident
who died Sunday, are set for 11
a m. Saturday at the C. O. I.ynn
Funeral Home' in Tacoma, Wash.
Burial will be at the Mountain
View Cemetery.
Mrs. Skaugset was born July 13,
1909. at Columbus, Mont. She lived
in Tiller for one and one half years,
moving there from Bend.
She is survived by two son.
Robert Skaugset of bend, and Jer
ry Skaugset of Milton Freewater,
and three grandchildren. Sill
Mortuary of Myrtle Creek is han
dling local arrangements.
Creed Conn
Creed Conn, 78. of Rt. 3, Box
1445, Roseburg, died at a Rose
burg hospital Wednesday morn
ing. The body was removed to
ling It Shukle Memorial Chapel.
Funeral arrangements will be an
nounced later.
Rain Due Saturday
metiiNs. postponed Temperatures in central Douglas
The Oakland (.ardrn Club has county will average above normal
"'"i"""" -.imk noin(for he next few days with a cool-
Oct. a to Oct. 30. i he meeting will ,nl( tn.n(j Saturday, according to
be held at 1 p.m. at the home of 'ihe Weather Burear. station at the
Mrs. Loyal Stearns with Mrs. Iaul airpurl. Maximums will be in the
Schulz as co hostess. ifio, ann- 70, ,n( minimums in the
The program will be on western Ijos. A few showers are due about
birds and members are to answer j Saturday with total amounts less
roll call by describing a bird. I than normal.
Funeral tvrong-m-rnt
may bt
fwa,1 with i
nrlvoncc of need
7hu vow irxirt
your tvwrd ones
it difficult o-
emons in timt
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