The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, September 20, 1963, Page 3, Image 3

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    Much-Decorated Church man Due
For 'Great Days Of Bible' Event
... rru. . nuacuulg
u-day and Sunday in connection
with "Two Great Days With the
Bible" is Dr. Mark Talnev of
Portland, regional secretary of the
American Bible Society, who parti
cipated in much of the original
planning for the two-day Bible
event. Throughout the many
months of preparation, Dr. Talney
has worked closely with the local
committee.
The Roseburg Ministerial Asso
ciation is cooperating with the
American Bible Institute in spon
soring Saturday and Sunday the
most ambitious of such undertak
nigs ever to be staged in the im
mediate Roseburg area.
Dr. Talney, formerly secretary
of the Student Christian Movement
in Canada, received his formal ed-
Pilots To Attend
Weather Seminar
Many Roseburg area pilots and
others interested in flying are ex
pected to attend a two-day flight
safety and aviation weather sem
inar to be held in Portland begin
ning at 10 a.m. Saturday. The sem
inar is being presented under the
sponsorship of the Ninety-Nines
Inc., International Organization of
Women Pilots.
According to Mrs. Forest McKay
of Roseburg, the only Roseburg
member of the Ninety-Nines out
of the total of 56 in Oregon, the
seminar will feature outstanding
weather and aviation safety auth
orities. A speaker will be Betty
Miller of trans-Pacific sola fame.
The program will be of interest
to both pilots and students of
flying, Mrs. McKay said, and the
public may also attend. The session
will be held at the Sheraton Motor
Inn at the Lloyd Center.
Roster of speakers includes Wil
liam B. Schulte, assistant adminis
trator of the Federal Aviation
Agency; N.A. Lieurance, director
of aviation weather services for
the United States Weather Bureau,
and others who will brief the sem
inar on the latest weather and
safety procedures connected with
flying.
A scheduled flight into Roseburg
Wednesday by Mrs. Judy Flem
ming, Ninety-Niner of Portland, on
a "Paul Revere" ride to publicize
the seminar, was canceled because
of fog conditions in the area. Mrs.
Flemming, who made stops that
day at the major airfields of the
state, has expressed her regret at
having to by-pass Roseburg, ac
cording to report from Mrs. Mc
Kay. Farrell Recommended
For Yoncalla P0 Job
Congressman Robert B. Duncan,
D-Ore., has recommended Joseph
E. Farrell to fill the vacancy of
rural carrier at Yoncalla Post Of
fice. Farrell, a resident of Yoncalla
and a veteran, was supported for
the position by the Douglas County
Democratic Central Committee,
headed by Dr. Jason Boe of Reeds
port. Duncan said he expected the ap
pointment to be announced shortly
by the Post Office Department.
DEDUCTS CHARGES
NEWCASTLE, England (UPI)
A local shop-owner noted sadly
that business fell off when the
city put parking meters in front
of his store. Business has picked
up ever since he started deduct
ing the parking charges from the
customer's bill. .
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ueation in Canada. He received his
BA degree from the University of
Manitoba which he attended on a
governor-general's scholarship and
where he was also president of the
student body. He received his MA
from the University of British Co-
' 4 '
DR. MARK TALNEY
... regional secretary
lumbia and his BD from Union Col
lege, receiving the Crown Medal
for divinity scholarship. His TH.D.
was also received from Union Col
lege. After coming to the United States
25 years ago, a return after living
in Canada since his early youth,
Dr. Talney served Presbyterian
churches in Washington and Ore
gon, including Central Presbyter
ian Church in Portland. He was
for a period of years executive sec
retary of the Oregon Council of
Churches and for the past three
years has held his present post.
In addition to many offices held
in the Presbyterian denomination,
Dr. Talney has been a member
of the Governor's Committee on In
dian Affairs; member of the in
terim committee on sex crimes;
governor's committee for the hand
icapped; Civil Rights Commission;
School Bus Driver Wins
Damages In Court Suit
The driver of a school bus which
collided with the rear end of a
car that had stopped to make a
right turn off the street was award
ed damages by a jury in a trial
before Circuit Judge Charles S.
Woodrich Wednesday.
Nancy Hamlin, the bus driver
and plaintiff in the case, was
awarded $2,500 general damages
and $590.30 special damages from
Levi White. The plaintiff originally
asked $15,000 general and $590.30
special damages for medical care
and loss of work.
The accident, occurred Jan. 9,
1961, at 3:45 p.m. on W. Harvard
Blvd., just east of Shenandoah St.
Both 'were traveling west. The
complaint alleged that defendant
White "suddenly, abruptly and
without proper warning" stopped
his vehicle, and that the school
bus operated by the plaintiff col
lided with the rear of White's ve
hicle. - '
She claimed she suffered lower
back, neck, upper back and shoul
der injuries, which she claimed
were of a permanent nature.
Youngsters Get Blame
For Lumber Yard Fires
Roseburg police and fire depart
ment officials today were investi
gating a series of four minor fires
which were discovered at the Coen
Supply Co. lumber yard at 427 SE
Floed St. Thursday.
Officials of both departments be
lieved the fires were set by young
sters. They were discovered by
Mrs. Sherie Moreland, who lives
in that area, and were put out be
fore they caused any serious dam
age. Matches and material to start
the fires were discovered near by.
The fires were reported at 5:40
p.m.
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experience rating committee for
the state: and has represented Ore
gon on the Committee on Indian
Affairs.
Dr. Talney holds a certificate of
service for his efforts on behalf of
traffic safety from the President's
Committee; was twice awarded the
Valley Forge Freedom Award; and
received the American Veteran's
Committee Citation and Freedom
Award in 1956. He has also receiv
ed the medal of Merit from the
Canadian Boy Scout movement. A
sermon of Dr. Talney's on "Demo
cracy and the Church" was 'incor
porated into the Congressional rec
ord in July, 1958.
In wide demand as a speaker
and Christian educator, Dr. Talney
comes to Roseburg as one of the
key leaders in the "Two Great
Days with the Bible" event. With
Donn Moomaw, Dr. Talney will be
on the speaker roster for the men's
breakfast to be held at St. George's
r-orning and will also conduct
some of the Bible study workshops
scheduled on Saturday.
Many Contribute
To 'Great Days'
Bible Program
Following many months of prep
aration, the local committee for
"Two Great Days With The Bi
ble" announces that all details for
the giant Bible-centered event Sat
urday and Sunday are now com
plete and ready for community
participation. The Rev. James C.
Smith of the Roseburg First Chris
tian Church is general chairman.
Heading the program committee
is the Rev. John Adams of the
First Presbyterian Church who
spearheaded efforts to bring a
long roster of outstanding religious
personalities to serve as teachers
and workshop leaders for the Bi
ble study sessions.
The Rev. Howard Levcrett of the
First Church of God is in charge
of facilities and the Rev. Alfred
S. Tyson of St. George's Episco
pal Church is in charge of regis
trations. Pulpit exchanges have
been arranged by Dr. Eugene Ger
litz of the First Baptist Church.
In charge of the area-wide dis
tribution of copies of the Book of
John on Sunday afternoon will be
the Rev. Donald Smith of the
Westside Christian Church. Finance
is "being handled by the Rev. Verne
Robinson of the First Congrega
tional Church. The Rev. Lawrence
A. Smith Jr. is in charge of the
prayer sessions.
All publicity for the event has
been handled by Mrs. Wayne
Crooch. education minister of the
First Methodist Church, and the
Rev. Allen Ingebritsen, pastor of
Faith Lutheran Church.
Hospital News
Visiting Houtt
2 to 3:30 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m.
Douglas Community Hospital
Medical: Ellen Charon, Airs.
Richard Rasmussen, Mack Hughes,
all of Roseburg; Jerry Harrison,
Winston; Mrs. Phillip Weatherly,
Oakland; Mrs. John Pritchard,
Glide.
Surgery: John Wade, Roseburg.
Discharged
Mrs. Donald Mulder, Zelma Simp
kins, Van Svarvcrud, Mrs. Robert
Schade and daughter Jacqueline,
Mrs. David Flury and daughter
Vicki Marie, all of Roseburg; Mi
chael North, Glide; Mrs. Ronald
Rousey and son Jeffrey Mark, Myr
tle Creek; Annitta Willis, Winston;
Minnie McCooe, Glendale.
Marcy Hospital
Admitted
Medical: John Johnson, Mrs. C.
L. Belyeu, Mrs. Floyd Sconce, all
of Roseburg; Lynne Reinert, Myr
tle Creek.
Surgery: Jerry Furen, Roseburg;
Teri Guderian, Sutherlin; Mrs. Mel-
vin Martin, Oakland.
Discharged
Maurice Griesel, Dallas Thomi
son, Johnnie Usrey, Twila Butler,
Mrs. Frank Kelly and daughter
Nettie Bridget, all of Roseburg;
Mrs. Arthur Wuthrich and daugh
ter Nanette Clare, Sutherlin; 'Fred
erick Wolff, Idleyld Park; Mrs.
Ralph Cole, Eugene.
FRIEND OF BIRDS-
REDONDO BEACH, Calif.
(UPI) City Councilman David
K. Hayward was in with a re
kuest recently for an ordinance re
quiring cats to wear bells as a
warning to birds in tbe area.
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AIDING THE CAUSE of the Red Cross Bloidmobile are
Boy Scouts of Troop 130 sponsored by St. Joseph's Catholic
Church. The scouts are busy putting up posters around
town to publicize the visit or
the Bloodmobile Sept. 23-24
at the Elks Temple. Quoto is
300 pints. Currently there is
a serious blood shortage in
the Portland Blood Bank with
only 50 pints on hand. Pic
tured at their job are Scouts
Daryl Ehrensing and Tony
Rogers. Others of the troop
taking part are "Keith Ehren
sing, Clinton John and Char
les Drew. (News-Review Photo)
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Lutheran Women
Set Unit Meets
Faith Lutheran Church women
will hold their unit meetings on
Tuesday. The meetings will mark
the beginning of the. study in the
book of Philippians and members
are requested to bring their Luth
eran women publication along with
them to the meetings.
Those who have not yet ordered
the publication are requested to
come prepared to place an order.
All members are urged to attend
and get started on the fall study
program. Tuesday's meetings will
initiate the series. t
Rebecca Unit will meet at 10
a.m. at the home of Mrs. Bernice
Miller on Fisher Road. Mrs. Fred
Aamot will be co-hostess and Mrs.
Thomas Smith will lead the Bible
study.
Mrs. Mary Ekstrom will host the
Miriam Unit at 1:30 p.m. at her
home at 2753 W. Bradford Drive.
Mrs. Ursa Heinz will lead the Bible
study.
At 8 p.m. Mrs. John LaBrensz
will host the Ruth Unit at her home
at 432 W. Alpha. Mrs. Allen Inge
britsen will lead the study.
2 PM, Until
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