The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 01, 1947, Page 5, Image 5

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Six mothers dismissed frofh Sa
lem General hospital with their
infant sons Sunday are Mrs. Cyril
G. Hunt, 40 Williams ave.; Mrs.
Colin C Scott, route 8, Salem;
sirs, jjames Fleming. Aumsville;
Mrs. Arthur Guck,i 1159 Center
st: Mrs. G. B. Wallace, Toute 2,
' Salem, and Mrs. Robert Schuld,
11 SO Hunt st. DismUsed from the
hospital Monday were Mrs. Tony
Volk. 1110 S. 17th st, and Mrs.
Ed Hamilton, 995 N. Winter st,
berth with their sons, and Mrs.
Floyd E. Booze, jr, Stayton, with
her daughter. 1 : -
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v Marion Post 661, B. F. W.1 special
business meeting Monday March
31. -8' p. m. Important you be
there. ; "iy
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Expert watch St clock repairing, 5
day service, at Stevens Jewelry.
Salem first aid men treated sec
" ond degree' burns and . blisters on
the right hand of Mary Haiy at
-1241 State st at about -noon Yes
terday, after an v accident while
1 she was at work in a restaurant
i GeoBrge J. ; Becker of Salem
filed with, the county clerk yes
terday his assumption of the busi
ness name of G. J. Becker Insur
ance agency, 409 Guardian, build
ing. At the same time be and
Margaret Becker filed notice of
retirement from Ithe name Forge
and Becker Insurance agency, and
Becker and Walt T. Davey. filed
notice- of retirement from the
name of Willamette Valley Health
and Accident agency.
Air-Steamship tickets anywhere.
Kugel, 7694. 735 N. Capital St
Ainsworth Lodge No. 201
A.F. & AM. will meet with
Rickreall lodge No. 110 at
Riekreall Wednesday April 2nd at
8 ajn. All members, are urged to
attend. E. N. Mill W.M. L
The 'noon luncheon meeting of
the Salem YMCA's board of di
rectors will meet Thursday, C. A.
Kells,. YM director, Announced.
For factories, offices & business
uses, . 12" General Electric wall
clocks, S 12.48, tax IncL R. L. FJf
strom Co. v
la this city March 17, William Ruth
crfaid. at th ag of 5 rears. Survived
trr his wiic in Portland, indui sttw.
Mrs, J. A. Chambers erf Oildafe: Calif.
Announcement of services later by the
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ST-s. Ida M. Meyer, late resident of
Of Norm lata street, at a local hos
srixat. at the ace of 79 year. Survived
a-y brr husband. A. W. Meyer of Sa
lem; five sisters. Mrs. Frank Maskan-t-oe
of Portland. Mrs. George Cot broth
ac Sberidaa. Mrs. Wtebotd ef Vancou
ver, Vatb, Mrs. Minnie Slocumbe of
Ticard and Mrs. Louisa Fulton of Siver
vgad, - Oretae: and a brother, Enil
Sctaumtn ( Sheridan. Member of St.
John's Lutheran church. Services wM
kit! jn. Wednesday. A (Mil a, at
H wen-Ed wards chapel, the Rev. H. W.
Cross officiating . , i- ... r
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Mrs. Elizabeth Marion Singer, late
resident of 1143 Sixth SU West Salem,
at m local hospital March 17. Sarvlv
tr'e arc fire daughlers. Mrs.' Ana
Cturre. Mrs. Betty Wells and Mrs.
SVxtie Takatad. all ot Salam, Mrs. KaUi
ria Stasia of portion and Mrs. The
resa Bayer of Concord. N.H ; four
fraTsdctularen. Sharon and Iindra
vQt iaod Betty and David Bayer, all
f Satem. Ann. Bayer or Toeoma.
W h. Bad two aunt., Mrm. Margaret
. W trpea of Saam, and Mrs. Katharine
So am of Bremerton, Wtih. Services
lit be Tuesday. A ortl 1. at the
dough- Barnek chapel, the Rev. Dud
ley Strain officiating. t Interment City
View cemetery. f j:
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Mrs. Mary C ration, lata resident of
Mas) Judaea street. Saturday. March .
o - she axe of ST years. Survived by a
daugnte. Mrs: Lewis Judaoa of Salem:
two outers. Mrs. Base Chamberlin and
Mss Elma Wellev. both of Salem; two
aiecea. Miss Mary WeUer and Mats
Martua Well, both of Salem: and
throe stphrst, J. W. Chamberlin of
Portland. M. H. Chamberlin of Los
Aageies and George CT. Waller of Sa
VraB. Privato aemcoa will b held at
ee restdenco Tuesday. Aortl 1. at i M
p.m. Durectioa Cleuch-Barrtck Com-pasto.-....
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In this citv March . Charles CI-"-ent
- Itaaaeil. lata resident of lata
Hit aland avenua.i at the age or Ss
veara. Buaband of Mrs. Ma RusaeU of
Saiem: and father of Ward C. Mussoll
nd Miles i.-BusaeU. both of Satem.
Otta W. Buasell of Sprinc field. Oregon,
and Mrs. Uaael Pattersoa of Gervats.
- Oreean. Also aurvied by otght grand"
rhiidron and two gyeat-grandcluidren.
Serrges will be held .Tuesday. April
I at 12 pjn. at the W. T. Bigdort
rhael with concroding services In the
City View eewietery. Dr. Charles Dur
dea win ofOctate.
5i3 S. 12th st Saturday. March 2.
Survived by the wife. Florence A.
Purvine of Salem, and a brother.
t-FTanlc Purvine of Riverside, Calif. Also
survived by several tueces ana nepn
ews. Services will be Tuesday. April 1.
at 10:34 a.m. at v the Clough-Barrick
chapel. The Rev. Chester Hamblin will
officiate. Interment Beicrest Memorial
park. j -
Lraa M. Purvine. at the residence.
Wewish to express our sincere
thanks to our many friends for
t their .' kindnesses and beautiful
floral offeringg at the loss of our
another. i
mtTNtal -
Arthur C. French, of Portland, Ore
gon, at a local hospital. March St, at
the ag of to years. Survived by his
wife, Rosalia French and a step-daughter,
Eleanor, both of Portland. Ore
on: three sisters. Mrs. Jeanne Biatt
and Mrs. Louise Roberts of Salem, Ore
gon, and Mrs. Frances Hamilton of La
Grande. Oregon, and two atep-aisters.
Mrs. Mildred Stapletoa and Mrs. Mar
ian Slemo of Port Orchard. Washing
ton. Services will be held Wednesday,
April Z. at Ua pm. at the Clough
Barrick chapel with Rev. S. Raynor
Smith officiating, laterment In Bel
crert Memorial park. ;
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In this city March ' S9. Charlos H.
Burch, lata rostdont of JgB Madison
street, at the age of ag years. Survived
by tils wife. Rosa Burch of Salem; a
daughter, Geraldin K. Burch of Minn
eapolis, - Minn.: two. brothers. Km lie
Burch of Rochester. Minn., and Chris
Burch of Hammond, Minn.; and four
staters.' Mrs. Margaret Savereesig and
Miss Maria Burch, both of Salem, and
Mrs. Ella Walters and Mrs. Amelia
Stubstad, both of Hammond. Minn.
Services Wednesday. AprU J, at S ajn.
at tiia W. T. Rlgdora chapel, the Rev.
M. . Ai Getxendaner ofnetartng.
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Eva - Emelie Devine. In this elty.
March SI. at the age of 5S years. Wife
of W. Everett Devina ef Salem; mother
of Ruth B. Wahl of Sayersfleld. Ma,
and L. Agnos -Davidson. Missoula.
Mont ; sister, of Antnoe Hastdnger of
Seejutao, Teg and Miaa- Minnie Has
sfanger of ; Salem. Four , grandchildren
ate survive. Services will be announc
ed later by W. T. Rigdon company.
Otto Nallinger, former camp
counsellor for the Salem YMCA
and an army chaplain In Germany
during the war, told of -his , ex
periences a an interpreter and .a
chaplain and some of the tend
encies; of German thought at a
dinner meeting last night of the
YMCA. Young Men's council.
About 35 boys attended the meet
ing.' President Bob Smith, intro
duced the speaker. ,
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New line of samples on hand for
furniture upholstery. For esti
mates call 9560.
G. E. automatic blankets a year
'round comfort and pleasure
limited quantity at Appliance
Dept. R. L. Elfstrom Co, ' .
Charles Fox, Vancouver, Wash-,
safety' expert -for the Columbia
River Paper Mills, will be the
speaker " at the 6:43 pan. Thurs
day monthly dinner meeting of
the Industrial Supervisors club at
the YMCA, President Stearns
Cushing announces. Music will be
provided by Berenice Kleihege. -
Wesix electric 2.5 li. W. & 2 K. W.
built-in wall heaters now avail
able. R. L, Elfstrom Co. ;
Dexter lawn mower and grinding
service. Ph. 6833. 968 Center.
Bamrv a sc' w n a n a
unuAib ucia-nuiuaa-
i A dangerous hole in decking of
tne 2amiara river onage at stay
ton will be repaired by today,
County Commissioner Ed Rogers
said Monday afternoon following
an inspection. He said the dam
age was caused by wear, and that
repair did not interrupt traffic
For sale: Registered Polled Here
ford cattle owned by Warren F.
Pohle estate. Call at Pioneer Trust
company, Salem, Oregon, for de
tails. Ph. 3138.
Plate , glass now available. Don
Brown. EUstrtHn's.
A certificate approved by Cir
cuit Judge George R. Duncan was
filed yesterday - with the Marion
county clerk changing th name
of Ingeborg Cornelia Goplerud to
Peggy COrnelia Goplerud. .
Johns-Manvill shingles applied
right over your old roof. Nothing
down I years to- pay. Ma this
Bros, 154 S. ComX Ph. 4842.
Insured savings earn more than
two per cent at Salem Federal
Savings "Association, 130 South Li
berty; street
' Kenneth G. and Doris Megquier
filed yesterday with the Marion
county clerk a notice of retire
merit from the Hubbard Food
Prompt '' pump , repair service.
Hudson's. Phone 4141.
Spark Oil heaters. Immediate de
livery. Judson's, JT N. Coml.
Phone 4141.
Merrill D. Ohling
" Insurance
Gias; Hudkin Son
Real Estate
Our Hen At!a!rei3 ,
. 259 II. Iligh Slrccl
TelepHcus 2-4123 '
We UrlU You to Inspect Our New Office fa
the New Addition to the Senator Hotel
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you can arrange
a nonftly:paynont
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loan icrpurcliasins .
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An open hearing on the pro
posed Willamette river bridge at
Independence will . be conducted
today at 2 pm. in room 422, state
office building, by the army dis
trict engineer. Application for the
construction was made by the state
highway commission. All interest
ed persons are 'to be afforded an
opportunity to express their
views. Marion County Judge
Grant Murphy said the county
court would be represented at the
Dr. Lewis D. Clark and Dr. May
nard C Sniffer announce the re
moval of their effices, from the
First National Bank Bldg. to the
newly completed Physicians Bldg.,
E. Center at 13th St. Ph. 9275.
Wanted experienced payroll clerk
for large -local company. Apply
Box 166 Statesman.
Mr.f and Mrs. Elmore McNiece
of x Detroit, Mich visited with
Ethan Grant in Salem over the
weekend. McNiece, public rela
tions officer for the Detroit Edi
son company, is on an extended
tour of the Pacific northwest. The
visitors left Salem for Victoria,
B. C, Monday and will. return to
Oregon next, weekend.
For Easter give her a box of The
Spa's- fine chocolates made fresh
daily in our candy ' kitchen. Spa,
382 State. ; "
For Easter give her a box of "The
Spa's" jfihe chocolates made fresh
daily in our candy kitchen. Spa.
382 State.
Notice of retirement from the
business name of Aurora Garage
was filed Monday with the Mar
ion county clerk by William ,C
New location Cronlse Studio, 438
Court St over Smith Basrln Cn.
Rummage sal Letter ' Carriers
auxiliary. Wed. Ac Thurs, April
2dc3. Over Graanbaum's.
James O'Brien of Butte, Mont,
crippled by polio, was injured
when he slipped and fell while
walking, with crutches, on the
ramp which eads from the side
walk to the street at the south
west, corner of Court and Liberty
streets at about 5:30 p.m. yester
day, first aid" men, who took him
to Salem Deaconess hospital, re
port. Hospital - officials said
O'Brien had incurred back in
juries and that his condition was
"temporarily serious" last night.
Wesix room heaters (flush) all
sizes for immediate delivery.
Broadway Appliance Co., 419
Ferry, Salem, Oregon. .
Reliable businessman needs 1 or
2 bdrm. house immed. on. perma
nent basis. Hollywood dist. Local
references. Ph. 24888 or 21664.
Dismissed from Salem Deacon
ess hospital with sons Sunday
were Mrs. Howard Dean, Detroit
and Guy Freshaur of Dayton. Mrs
John A wen of 1745 S. Church st.
was dismissed Sunday with her
daughter and Mrs. Orval Nunn of
1845 Leslie st.. was dismissed
Monday with her son.
Easter Gifts for all Box choco
lates, cigars by the box, Easter
baskets at Ruth's Lobby, Pioneer
Trust Bldg.
Just arrived Thor "Glad iron"
Ironers for immediate delivery.
Broadway Appliance Co., 419
Ferry, Salem, Oregon.
Virgil Loreri Martin, 16, and
Robert Paul Reams, 15, escaped
from Oregon state training school
at Woodburn at about & p.m.
Monday, authorities there report
ed to state and city police.
Henry P. Toeys is now associated
with The Real Estate Market, 433
N. High gt. Phone 24793.
Two burner hotplates. Vincc's
D. W. Donaldson; 444 S. Com
mercial st, filed an assumed busi
ness name certificate ' for Valet
Cleaners with the Marion county
clerk Monday. At the same, time
Robert E. Barnett filed a notice
of retirement from that firm as
well as from the business name
of Men's Valet service. "
Vacuum Cleaners , (tanks 8c up
rights) $49.95 up 14 different
makes to choose from. Terms,
trade-ins, rentals, repairs. Vince's
Electric. . .
Thai Statesman. SoJem. Oregon.
Tuesday. April H; 7 S
Certificate of assumed business
name as W. J. Braun Insurance
agency was filed with the county
Clerk Monday by W. J. Braun and
T. Harold Tomlinson, both of Sa
lem. .... , .-.
Preferred stockholders of . Port
land Electric Power Co. should
consult with- our office concern
ing the re-organization -plarti
Conrad. Bruce, & Co, 203 Oregon
bldg. Ph. 4106..
Members of the Salem unit of ,
U. S. navy reserve will meet st '
the YMCA Thursday at 733 djtl
Organization and assignment of
men to duties will be made, j .
4 i -rt.'--v. -. 7' i:-.v:
Announcing opening T. A. Berg
land Real Esjate Office at 3)5
Portland 9mL : Farm, city andf
business listing needed and deeply
appreciated. ' Lots of parking '
space. Residence phone 6438. Bus
iness; phone 21073.
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W Will Plow 3 Acres Daily
fl Vz-Gal. Gas for 8-hr. use
O A Child Can Handle & Operate
O Power Take-Of f for Mowing or.
O Ideal for 2 to 25 Acres
O No Clutch to Burn Out
O Complete Control with Steer-
ins Lever
Wood SaWing
Plows - Dozer Blades
Complete Parts Stock Carrieil.
Disc - Rotary Bcrapers - Sprinstooth narrows
Furrow Openers
L. C. Ililler, Diclrreall, Oregon
Phone Dallas X2F6
hone Company
Continues to Oner to kwm
Telephone Employees Get Good Pay
Employees of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph m t
pany are well paid and their wages compare favorably
with those; paid by other concerns in the community for
work requiring similar skill and training.
Pacific Telephone and Tele
graph Company is still trying in every
way to avoid a telephone strike.'
We have offered to renew our pre
sent liberal contracts.
Butthe unions have made demands
for large increases jn wages.
In recognition that the public in
terest comes first and to eliminate any
reason for a telephone work stoppage
which would be a disaster for the pul-i
lie, the company has offered to submit
to arbitration the .question of wages,
which is the fundamental issue in dis
pute. Telephone Wage Rates
" Have Been Increased
58 Per Cent
Telephone wage rates are now the
highest in history. Thev have been in
creased on an average 58 per rent since
1941. The largest increases have leen
in recent years.
Since 1941 increases in wage levels
totaling $69,000,000 on an annual
basis have been put in effect by tliis
These increases are in addition to
millions of dollars in regularly sched
uled raises given oiir employees. Thou
sands of our employees receive wage
increases as often as. every three
months. Other thousands .rereive in
creases every six months or every year.
Manv Advantage to
Telephone Jolp
These include steady work. Regu
lar wage increases. Cood working con
ditions. Holidays with pay. Vacation
with pay for one, two and three weeks.
depending on length of service. Side
ness and death benefits, and pensions.
Union demands -total about
$100,000,000 a year. This is equival
ent to an increase of .
' $45 per year Per Jl
40 percent increase in Vtl r
telephone rates
The demands of the unions would
increase the cost of providing tele
phone service by about $100,000,000
a year. This comes to more than '60
per cent of this company's wage pay
ments in 1946. It is five times our total
earnings in 1946. It would make our
total payroll more than all of ; the
money we took in last year. .
In terms of the average telephone'
bill, it amounts to $45.00. a year, for
every one of 2,300,000 telephone sub
scribers or a 40 per cent increase in all
telephone rates. f I , , '
We have been bargaining coopera
tively for years with the unions repre
senting our employees we have, been
doing it over recent weeks and we
are keeping the door open forwhat
ever further meetings arc necessary.
W want our employees to be well
' Wages that are too low are not fair
to employeeswho do the. work.
Wages that are too bigh are not
fair to the public who buy the ser
vice. f - ; .
We. believe that our offer ot arbi
t ration would- be fair to everyone.
There is no" excuse for a telephone
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