The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 23, 1947, Page 12, Image 12

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    12 Tho Slat man, Salom, Oregon. Fridgy. May 23 1947
New York Stock Quotations ?
NEW YORK, May 22H')-Tod ay' closing quotations: -
Al Chem & Dye166V4.!Gen Foods ; 39TijRadio Corp IV
American Can - 89 jGen Motors .. '34'Rayonier 197
Rayonier pfd 37
Reynolds Met 21 i
Richfield 1...- 14i
Safeway 21
Sears Roeb . 32 "Hi
Sinclair Oil 144
5o Pacific 36
Stan Brands i 28
Stan Oil Cal 55
Stew Warner 14
Studebaker 18
Sun Mining 8
Union Oil . 20
24 iUn Pacific 126
15 Un Airlines 22i
IUn Aircraft - 1814
Am Pow & Lt 10V Goodyear Tire 44
Am Tel. TeL...162HjGt North pfd. 36a
Anaconda 34ilnt Harvest - 81
Atchison 71ViInt Paper pfd..102
Eendix Avia 294!J Manville 110
Beth Steel 79 ;Kennecott ... 44
Boeing Air 15t.Long Bell A 14
27 &! Maytag ... A
10'. Miami Copper - 14
324SMont Ward SIT
Chrysler 974Na5h Kelvin . 144
Comwlth Sou .... 2 Nat Dairy 29
Con Edison 25 IN Y Central .
Cons Vultee 124North Am Co..
Cent Ins 45'SNorthem Pac
Crown Zel 26pac Am Fih .
Curtis Wr 44 'Pac Gas Elec...
Calif Pack
Canadian Pac
Cae J I ...
13 'i
35H1U S Steel 654
Douglas Air 49 :P T & T lOejWarner Bros 14?i
Dupont de Ne....l76V4!Pan American 10HWest Elec . ... 24
Gen Electric 334 Penney J C 40 Vij Wool worth .... 44 ,4
Ccnnissioner's Court
Tb following: to the official publi
cation of the record of claims before
the Marion County Commissioner'
Court for the December terra for IMC,
iUi the amount allowed, bills con
tinued, etc.. according to the record!
in the office of the County Clerlc.-
Mnc.: State Ind. Ace. Comm., Ins
81 10; Ladd at Bush Salem Br. the U S.
Natl Bank of Portland, Withhold
ing JJieiJ. Public Employee Retire
ment System. Retirement, 2,850.30;
Stkte Public Welfare Comm.. Assis
tance. 19.12S7S. A. C. CrafK. Post
marter. Bend. S3 75. Casfttar Assessor:
C. A. Lewis. Deputy, 167.77, Ray Lick.
Jo. 142.72; met Denny, do, 121.SS:
Grace N. Babcock. do. 115 57; Ida M.
Hrnllie. Clerk. 10S22: Mae Holtorf. do.
114.3: Delilah Benson, do, -05 M: Gor
don C Tower, Draftsman, 178.17.
f tssty Clerk:: M. Reznicsek. Drputy,
15S UH. Alice J. Botlee, do. 151 84; T.
Crwby. do. 142.21: H. Howard, do.
151 62: M. M. Kromrie. do. 11; Dora
Barrett, do. 113.87; O, G. Frienen, do,
1 10; B. Sharpnack.. do, 35.83; G.
Wn-. do. 1008. Ceauy Court: G.
White, Clerk. 35.00. Courthouse: Edw.
Brasher. Janitor, 122.18; W. A. Gritton,
00. 141 CO; Wm. Moriarty, do. Ill 3-4;
Ruth Hutchirm. Elev. Oper M-27; M. E.
Lmdsey, do. 8627; DUU AUy.: Reg
inald S. William. Deputy. 186 87: Anna
it. Aslill. Stenoj.. 108.87. Health De
urUitDI: W. J. Stone. M D Health
Officer. 414 47; F. R. Coleman. Inspec
tor. 221 87; I. G. Lermon. sanitarian.
21317; Bemice Yeary, Nurse, 187.S9;
MerwynDarby. do. 152 47; Portia Con
way, do. 165.11; Eleanor Sweden burn,
do. 147.57: Joan Schneider, do, 140.55,
Betty EchUpkonl. do. 142.70; Grace L.
Taylor, do. 8.95; Vera Wood. Clerk.
12457: Donna Baker, do, 106.10: Ar
dith Eckfctein, do. 1055; Grace Mid
dle ton, do. 4.02: Lenore Headley, Supr
192 67; Helen W. Schuctz. Clerk. 101.70;
Elsie Holmatt. Extra. 2.48. Ceactable:
Florence Yount. Clerk. 55.00. Justice
Ceurt: Clurus Hageman. Clerk. 125.42;
Florence Young, do. 48.07. Javeallc
lepc:Nona White. Probation' officer.
1X3 54: D J. Jetsen. Assistant. 177.26.
Bteg. A Elec: C. White. Clerk, 25.00.
"( y Heeorder: Frances Mattaon,
Deputy. 133 52; Adella Dtckman, do,
117 79; Virginia Grit ton, do. 128.07; Iva
O. Mobley. Clerk. 124J7; Grace Bru
nello. do. 70.07; Richardif Lacher, do,
10442. School Supi.: Cora E. Re id. Dep
uty. 134.4S: Carmaline I. Weddle. Su
pervisor. 179 5b: Vivian S. Hoenig. do.
1C2. 87: Christine V. Morlev. Sec.
12459. couaty Sheriff: A. I. Johnson.
Deputy. 171.70; B. R.' Smith, do. 172.70;
James Garvin, do. 172,70: George D.
Henderson, do. 164 80; Wm. DeVall.
do. 172.70; Wm. A. Wilson, do. 155.40;
H. T. Domogalla. Tax Dep.. 186 .51: H.
T.. Evans. Cashier. 157 3S; Violette
West. Bkp. Mach. Oper... 151.35; C.
Hammang. Deputy. 144.31; F. Hick
man, do. 143 41: A 1 vtna Meyer, do.
ix ws. loamy Trcasnrer: Audrey n.
Curing. Dep.. 119.14. Veterans' Service:
Hubert C.Saalfeld. Services Officer,
t- 1 j r . . f , , . ..
. MiMiy oiTiiLii. etei:., ill .ox.
lec Fuad: Paul Marnach. Dog Control
officer. 145 04: B. Sharpnack. Clerk,
7000. County Property: Charles J. Zer
can. Tax Dep 14810; H. Wm. ThieUen.
Land Agent. 131 08; Jeannette Andes
mon. Strnog., 105 63. Ceuaty Eaglaeer:
Barbara L. Smith. See.. UIM: Nella
Simms. Indexing. 119.07. Misc.: R. How
ard. Clerk. 6J6: M. E. Undsey. Elev.
Oper, 12 82: Alice Baillie. Clerk. 6.20;
Ruth Hutchins. Elev. Oper.. 4 70: Viv
ian Poppe. Clerk. 46 37: A. PremaH.
do. 7.45; CoraneQ PnybUla. do. 97 J7;
Anna H. Tasto. do. 119.12: Betty Sharp
nack. Clerk. 3.88; G. E. White, do. M;
A. C. Gragr. Bonds. 112.50; J. P. As
mnwall. Ijtxir IRS so- J. J Hnli.it
-abor. 114J7: Harry H. Lawrence, do.
Ji; tiaroid Martin, do.- 158.66:
Edward Schmitt. do, 169 25; C. W. Wool
dridge. do. 1S7 09; Melvln C. Blanton.
do. 13 05; O. D. Bmegar. do. 159 07;
Henrv Bower, do. 129.77; J. A. Bums,
do. 15832: Wm. P. Croker, do. 70.08;
W. C. DeRos. do, 87.87; Orville L.
Dunigan. do, 16456: Harvey M. Girod.
do. 156 34: Geo. Godwin, do. 111.18; Roy
Hatfield, do. 134.10: Laurel Lamh. do.
18S.B5: E. A. Lawrence do. 195.43; T
-W. Lomax. do. 15321; Virgil Long. do.
141 os: L. B. Malm. do. 139.03: H. A.
Martin, do. 131.52: W. R. Massey. do.
1 v z: Theooate H. Rice. do. 45J6; D.
P. Scharf. do. 20841; Robert Smith,
do. 136.63: WVlter J. Stri ker, do. 16744;
E. C. Syron. do. 218 60; Orville L.
TrusnelU- do. 70 87: Hugh Webb. do.
190.17; Lee A. Wells, do. 178.42: Frank
Woelke. do. 218.51: Tonv Wnelke, do.
176 45: Clyde Woodruff, do. 138 09; Aus
tin Wood rum. do. 49 54; Theodore
Kuenzi. do. 220 00: W. R. Brenner, do,
27 41; Menno Dalke. do. 16748: S. K.
Eiv. do. 00.32: Lloyd Jarman. do.
. - pium. wv. iti.sv, A.
Rnbl. do. 181.04; Gene Shilling, do.
179.46; L W. Webber. Labor. 14743:
Wm. H. Wilson, do. 166.47: J. C. Cur-
uutt. do. 176 92: R. L. Gingrich, do.
1 06: J. p. Jensen, do. 116.11; G. A.
Olson, do. 16291: K. Thorn, do. 131 20
M. J. McCormick, do. 142 63: Virgil R.
raorv. do. 163 92: p. h. Hosteller, do.
2C74G: S. M. Martin, do. 14758; Wil
liam Xaftzrer. do. 5484: Peter Wal
ters, do. 6.40: E. J. Richards, do. 174.10:
Dave Croshaw. do. 61.47; Oliver John
son, do. 164 86: A. A, Richards, do
156.72: Paul A. Smjth. do. 15048: Chas .
Xticlrer. do. 146 55; E. H. Busby, do.
jb GiiDer? M. snvder. do. 170.49;
Tom Bowden. do, 182.11; T. L. Hersha
do. 18' 56: Edna Dunrworth. Extra,
3548: Elsie. Simila. do. 41.86: Eileen
Cmrwb lHfin Art 9A Vk- RutK Cirlniu.
is: t-veiyn Mennis. do. 37.20: Allard
P Mennis. do. 44.85; Edlyn Holmauist.
- 00. .m: ueorge Himminf. do. 97.48;
Mildred Wrnum, do. 80.03; Violette
west, do, 33 35: C. Himminf. dp, 6442:
DamarsDa. do. 16349: Ervln A. Ward,
ao. us 77: t apitoi city Bindenr. Sues
954V Blue Bird Cafe. Meals. 2645; Ho
vel Marion, on. as; Hotel Salem Cof-
. fee Shoo. 1845: Ruby Huehes. Report
er. 4540; Oregon Motor Stages, Char
ter for Jury. 15.00: The Sna. Meal
1145: Remington - Rand Inc.. Supa,
zzb.io. u. r Birnci. fer oiem. etc.
5245: B F. Giev. M D Exam.. 9.00;
r. W, Keene. MX) do. 9.00: H. A
Gueffroy, MJ.. do. S.00; W. L. Lld
rCk. do. 55 00: A. J. Van Cleave. M.
D. do. 540: BUke Moffitt & Townc.
tups. I J; otis Elev. Co.. Maint.. 8.50;
Mr, juirv Chapman. Transcript. 11.75
Mr. DelU B. Havden. Equip.. 9640
M B. Haydn. T.E.. 8.20; Kay Type
writer o.. sup. 3.50: Larrner Tranx
fer Storage. Hauline. 6.18: Dr. Irvin
B. HiH. Exam.. 5.00. Health Dept.: Dr
1. D. Cleric. Med. Srv 20 00: Dr. J
Dear en. do. 5 00: Diamond Medical
Supply. Sups. 142: Xr. Lucille Fortner.
Med. Serv . 30.00; Hardware Mutual
Ins Co of Minn.. Irts 545: Hendrie
Medical Lab, Lab. Serv.. 125 00: Tr
Robert T.. Joseph. Med. Serv, 42.00; Dr.
A. T. King. do. 5 00: Dr. Frank A
Keisius. do. 15.00: Ore r on Pulp ft Pa
per Co.. Sups. 143; Dr. Lawrestce Riggt,
! Med. Serv.. 60 00; Salem Laundry Co
Iundrv. 346: Salem Masonic Temnle
Arn.. Rent. 16000: Salem Med. Lab.
I -!". Serr, 30 00: School Dist. No. 4
Tele . 1.15: Helen Schuetr. Suos. 2.50:
Dr. W. 3. Stone. Sup. 8 07: Tide Water
Assoc. on Co.. Ga. 70.00: Val'ev Morot
Co, Reos. 178 03. Misc.: Dr. F. W. An
drew. Fe. 32340: John M. Hanrahan
Fee. 2K240: Dr. Fred W. Lan T
384.75: A. W. Simmons, do. 75.00 Wil
liam Dry. Indemnity. 740: Mr. An
drew N. Dueger. do. 6.00; Dr. Row
C. WiUon. Exam.. 30.00: Salem Wil
lamette Supplv, Pep. 8 97; Denver
Young. Sheriff. Meals. 459.48: Earl
Adarr. T.E.. 80 47: Caoital Office
Equip. Co. Sups. 1640; Sybil C Cathn
at Houin a, fage, Kent, 9100.00; IA
liott Printing House, Sups. 17.69; Bates.
Lively tc Pearson, Bond. 10.00; D.
George Cole. Stayton Constable. 4.15;
Alf. O. Nelson. Silverton Justice, 8140;
Mlverton Appeal Tribune, Sups, 25.10;
o. J. Jepsen. i.e.. 8 55: The Boyi c
Girls' Aid. Society. Care. 54 84; Cath
olic Charities Inc.. do. 25.65; Children's
arm Home, do. 35.00: Oregon Protec
tive Society, do. 1000; State Public
Welfare Comm.. do. 2.05342; Rahn Mc-
Whorter Paper Co., Sups, 2.10; The
Wood burn Independent. Sups. 1440;
Capital City Transfer Co.. Drayage,
100.93: John T. Plas, T.E., 3 JO; Wil
liam E. Rollo, Epx.. 10.00; H. U Stiff
Furniture Co.. Dravage. 40.90; West
Coast Printing it Binding Co., Sups.
20.40: The J. K. Gill Co.. Sups. 43.88;
Agnes C. Booth, T.E., 155 95; Vivian. S.
Hoenig. T.E., 19 45; The Mount Angel
News, Sups, 124.70: Homer H. Smith
Ins. Agency, Bond. 5.00; Carmalite I.
weddle, T.E, 35.50; Dept. of Agricul
ture, Sealer, 62.25; The Commercial
Book Store.. Sups. 13.76; The National
Cash Register Co.. Sups. 49.20; Eugene
meizgen. bup. n.oo: a. l. uragg.
Postmaster. Mump. 16.00; H. C. SaaT
fekf. T.E.. 25.90; Paul Marnach. T.E.
31.35; George Morris. Refund. 2.00; J.T.
Edison. Sheep Killed, 10.00; F. D.
Knight. Sheep killed. 25.00: Ben Lem-
ery. do, 88.00; R. H. Pomeroy, do, 10:00;
ine American Lawe Book Co.. Laws,
10.00; The Bobbs Merrill Co., do, 9.00;
West Publishing Co., do, 30.00: L. M.
Case. Hauling gravel, 494.00; Cleo. Kep
ptnger. do. 350 40; Oregon Gravel Co.,
Gravel. 388.65; Walling Sand St Gravel
Co.. do, 1451.65; Abrams 8c Ellis Inc.
Bonds, 20.00; Geo. E. Allen Hardware,
Rep, 2440; American Brush Co., Sups,
135.00; Anderson Motors, Reps, 28.43;
BR Logging Co. Lbr. 242.49; Ballou
ac Wright. Sups. 146; Becke. Wads
worth. Hawkins St Roberts, Ins.. 189.42;
W. H. Bell. SUyton Justice. 4540;
Booth-Kelley Lbr. Co.. Sups. 1459.60;
E. H. Burrell, Reps, 8.82; Capital Auto
Parts, Reps. 1544; Capital Lbr. Co.,
Sups. 115.12; Carl's Tire Shop. Reps.
7.70; Central Pharmacy. Sups. 51.14; Co
lumbia Equip. Co.. Reps. 388 55; Col
year Motor Sales Co., do. 447; Cooke
Stationery Co.. Sups. 13.45; Detroit Ga
rage & Service Su, Reps, 2.40; Don
& Jons Jarage. Reps, 1.00; Frank Doo
11 1 tie. Sups, 6640; Walter J. Downs.
Reps. 1980; Cedar Rapids Eng. Co..
Sups. 18.78; Engineer Sand 8c Gravel
Co.. Gravel, 47 25: Firestone Stores,
Reps, 178.37; A. J. Frank Lbr. Co.
Lbr., 1.025.64; Annie Fruechting. Re
fund. 1846; The J. K. Gill Co.. Sups,
2048; A. C. Gragg. Postage. 60.00; Hal
vorson Const. Co.. Ditching. 46.75; J. E.
Haseltine 8c Co.. Sups. 28.46; Elizabeth
E. Hiller, Refund. 26.41: Howard-Cooper
Corp.. Reps. 8146; Huber's Garage,
Reps, 2.50; Industrial Supply Co. of
Salem. Sun. 1544; Interstate Tractor
St Equip. Co.. do. 175.82; H. M. Johnson,
Hauling. 121.86; Carl Jones.' Piling.
75.60; Jones Jrinting Co.. Sups. 14745;
Ira Jorgensen. Reps. 60.87; Kay Type
writer Co.. Sups, 145; Theodore Kuen
zi. Sups. 40; Larmer Transfer ac Stor
age. Diesel. 7942; Wayne Leifhty. Use
Stock Market
Adds to Gains
NEW YORK, May 22-UP-As-sorted
rails and industrials, spur
red by further professional short
covering and investment pur
chasing;, extended their recovery
in today's stock market although
many pivotals were restrained by
light selling.
The Associated Pren 60-stock
composite was up .5 of a point at
60.1.
Coca-Cola International, which
sold Wednesday for the first time
In five years at 1150, up 680
points, appeared again today and
finished up 5 at 1155.
Pullman added 34 at 5614 fol
lowing announcement that the
corporation would Invite tenders
of stock from all holders at $57.50
a share. Cheering quarterly dec
larations lifted Abbott Labora
tories 2i at 69i, Mack Trucks
2V4 at 46, Anaconda 14 at 34,
Pittsburgh Forgings 14 at 20,
and Calumet St Hecla 7 to 7s
Various railway securities were
buoyed by the ICC approval of a
10 per cent passenger fare "boost
for eastern roads.
On the offsied were Chrysler,
General Motors, U. S. Steel, Cat
erpillar Tractor, Consolidated Edi
son, Westinghouse, Eastman Ko
dak, United Air Lanes and Amer
ican Woolen. .
Portland 1'rtMluce
PORTLAND, Ore.. May 22--AP)
Buttertat tentative (subject to im-
meatate cnangei. premium quality
maximum of .33 of 1 per cent acidity
delivered In Portland. 67-70C lb.: first
quality. 68-68C lb . second quality 61
68c; valley routes and country points
a cents less man first or S4-67C.
Butter Wholesale rOB bulk 64
lb. cubes:. Grade AA. 83 score. 62c: A
92 score. 81c; B, 80 score, 50c; C. 89
score, sec.
Cheese Belling price to Portland
wnoiesaiers: uregon singles -szc;
Oregon loaf 38' , -54c.
Eggs To wholesalers: A trade
large. 52-53&c: medium. 49s-50',ie:
A grade small 42'lSc; B grade, large,
45"i-471ac.
Eggs Purchased from farmers
Current receipts. 46-Slc: buyers pay
1-3 'ic below wholesale quotations on
graded basis for best hennerv eces
Live chickens Paying price to pro
ducers: No. 1 broilers under 2 lb..
zc: fryers. 2 to 3 lbs.. 31 -35c; roasters.
ids. an oover. JO-JBe: fowl. Leghorn
under 3'i lbs., 20-21c; 3i lbs. and over.
23-24c: colored all weights. 35-34c; stag.
ail weights. u-l4c,
Rabbits Average to retailers, 48 -52c
id dressed; prices to producers. 44c:
iryers. live, white. 20 -24c lb; colored.
17-21C lb.
Onions, green local, mid -Columbia.
su-ouc ooz. punches.
Onions: (Supply moderate: market
unsettled) Oregon yellows No. Is from
coia srorage. 2 Z3-Z.40: No. 2s. 1.35.
140; 3 Inch. Mm.. 2.75-245: Calif.
Stockton reds 245-240; yellows 2.50
2.65; Texas white wax No. Is. 3.25
3.50. Trade sales: California reds 2.00
2.10: yellow 240-245: Texas wax 2 85-3.
Potatoes Oregon Russets, No. .1, per
ewt. 8340-4.00: New Crop: California.
long whites. I3.so-3.70.
- Dressed meats Veal Light, top
quauiy, jj-.wc; neavy, top quality, zs
30c: B. 25-2c; C. 22-24c: cull. 18-20c;
hogs block butchers, packer stvle
125-160 lbs. 33 -35c: over 213 lbs. 31 -32c
lb; sows, all wta. 28-30C lb. Lambs, best
grade. 35-37e. others according to qual
ity; mutton lo-isc; A. J7-38c; B. 34-
46c: C. 28-30c: oualitv? heef Kx
oi iractor. i J uu; unnco Elec. co Sups. I quality. 33-35C: b. 25-28c; C. 22-24c
5 00; James H. Maden Co., Reps. 38142:
Douglas McKay Chev. Co.. Equip. 8 i
Reps. 1482.44: A. B. McLauchlan Co.
Sups, 2645; Mill City Retail Lbr. Co.
Lbr 7.72748; Mill City Service St,
Rep. 1.00; Mountain States Power
Co.. L 8c P. 50.40: Myers St Myers Log
ging Co.. Use od dozer, 33.00; Need
ham's Book Store. Sups, 35.75; Oregon
Auto Wrecking Co Reps. 8.50; Oregon
Phisicians Service, Dues. 8040; Oregon
State Bureau of Labor. Insp. fees, 1340;
Oregon State Highway Comm., Eng.
Salary. 42.75; Pacific Building. Rent.
150.00; Pacifice Tele. St Tele. Co, Tele.
237.05; Packer-Scott Co.. Sups. 8.70;
Photostat Corp.. Sups. 5848; Portland
Gen. Elec.. Lights. 12447; Roen Type
writer Exchange. Reps. 28 75; Saffron
Supply Co., Sups. 20.75: Salem Auto
Parts Co.. Reps. 3 24; Salem Concrete
Pipe St Products Co do, 117.18; Salem
Deaconess Hops., Care. 144.10; Salem
Steel 8c Supply Co, Reps, 57.6B; Salem
Tire Service. Sups. 1840: Salem Watet
Comm, Water. 3144; Shell Oil Co
Diesel. 15.11; H. A. Simmons. Sups.
3745; Shepard s Citations. Cubs.. 45.00:
Barbara L. Smith. Postage, 1.00; Star
Machinery Co.. Sups. 364.02; State oi
Oregon. Licenses. 33 00; Statesman Pub
Co.. Sups, 402.50; Tweed le Fuel Oil
Diesel, 11.70; Union Title Co, Refund.
32.11; Valley Motor Co, Reps. 4444;
Valley Oil Co, Diesel, 4146; Valle
Welding Supply Co.. Sups, 448; Gil
Ward. Sups. 170.12; Western Auto Sup
ply Co, do, 47: Willamette Valley
Transfer Co.. Hauling. 1.00; Woodbury
Co., Sups. 78.34; Denver Young, T.E,
321.88; Walter H. Zosel Co., Sups, 24.60.
PROCEEDINGS
December 3. 1948 Beer license. Chaa
E. and Gertrude Dorier; Approval oi
Appointment of Kenneth G. Snyder a
Dep. Constable. Silverton Dist.; Clerk
report. Dec. 8. Pole line permits 6),
Portland Gen. Elec. Co.; Hearing in re
gard to collection of dog licenses; Per
mit to move building. S. Nelson; OPA
Release. Anna Wenger. Dec. 6. final
hearing Indemnity claim of Mrs. An
drew N. Dugger; Permit to haul logs.
Maas 8c Beck. Dec. 7, Beer license. Ver
non L. Smith. Dec. 12. Beer lincense.
Jake M. Cuts forth: Permit to move
building, Mrs. Garold Moiat; Bond of
Chas. E. Gates et al as House movers;
Bond of Peter J. Burger as Constable
Mt Angel district approved; Permit to
haul logs. Bert J. Oiler; Quit, claim
deed. C. L. Ambers and W. L. Robin
son. Dee. 13. Beer license. Calvin D.
and Robert S. Christenaen. Dec. 14. Or
der vacating Streets in Brooks. Dee.
17. PetiUon to establish County road
(extension of County road 847); Per
mit to move shovel. Halvorson Con
struction Co. Dee. 18. Beer license. Geo.
C. and Grace Fair; Permit to lay tile.
Smith Bros.; Order annexing contig
uions territory aa part of Vista Heights
Water Dist.; Warranty deed from Har
old R. Gardner et ux to Marion Coun
ty: Quit claim deed. Albert P. Millsap
et ux to Marlon County. Dec. 18. Beer
licenses. Walter A. and Doreen M. Sat
terlee. Jacob S. Kaufman; Permit to
haul logs. Ray Nevln. Dec. 81, Permit
to houl logs. R. L. Hamblen; Permit
to haul piling. Curtis T. Deeti. Dec.
23. Permit to haul logs. B. J. Minden
Lbr. Co.: Beer license. Alexander C.
Steinka: Quit claim deed. Otto J. Mey
er to Marion Co. Dec. 26. Beer license,
Kay and Varley. Elbert E. Dickson;
Petition to maintain Alder Street and
Pleasant View Drive: hearing Jan. 3,
1847; Bond of Herman Wm. Lanke as
County recorder: Order Re: tax levy
for new Courthouse. Dec. 27, Permit
to haul logs, Lloyd Weathers. A. H.
Sacher; Beer license. J. G. and Edna
Jones. Roy Newport; Pipe line per
mit. H. R. Woodburn Jr., Transfer
Order. Dec. 28. Beer license. Mrs. Em
ma Bell; Permit to haul logs. D. L.
Wolfard. C M. Pomeroy. B. R. Logging
Co Dee. 30, Pole line permits, Mt.
States Power Co,. (2: Beer license.
Sam Ramp and R. A. White; Permit to
haul logs, Walter L. Rak; Resolution
RE: Collection of dog licenses. Dec. 31.
Beer licenses, Stanley and Marie De
Jardin, Richard E. Meeks. Kenneth
Wolf; Permit to haul logs. Harold F.
Wirtse. Hugh Aldrwh. F. Jungwirth.
Arthur L. Anderson; Quit claim deed
to Geo. H. Grabenhorst Jr. et al; Quit
claim deed to John Hanna.
When traveling In the 18th cen
tury, many people carried with
them small silver boxes holding
nutmeg so that they could spice
their food as they wished. These
boxes had an inner lid made like
Sterling means S251000 fine,
a grater to rub the nutmeg osl
canner and cutter. 18-21c; bologna
Win, Z9-ZBC.
Casuara bark Green. 8-8Uc: drv. Mr
Wool Valley, coarse and medium
grader, 4Zi-43,',c lb.
Monair 40e lb on 12-month erowth.
Hay Wholesale rail shipment: Green
alfalfa. No. 2 or better. 835 00-836.00
ton: No. 1 timothy. 836.00-38.00; oats
and vetch. 822.00-27.00 ton, depending
upon quality; clover nay. uncertified
baled on farms. 822.00-2740.
Portland Livestock
vniamnai waw. ua,T VaV f
(USDAI Salable cattle 150. total
250; calves salable 25. total 100; mar-
net rawer slow, about steady with
late Wednesday: lower grade cows
now 50-1.00 lower for week; common
medium steers 16.00-22.00; good steers
up to 24 jw; neni Blockers ls.on-ie.oo
common - medium heifers 14.00-20.00
canner - cutter cows largely 10.00-
n. at); very lew dairy type cows above
12.00; common medium grass cows
13.00-154O. odd head .16.50; good beef
bulls up to 1740: medium-good sau
sage bulls 15.00-16.50: good - choice
vealers rteady at 23.00-25.00 but un
dertone weak.
Salable hogs 150. total 400: steady
to 25 cents below Wednesday's uneven
trade; good -choice 185-240 lbs. largely
26.00: selected lot 185-200 lbs. 26-15-25:
265-300 lbs. down to 24.00: few 140
lbs. down to 23.00: good 235-600 lb.
sows 20.00-21.00; choice feeder pigs
quotable up to 28.00.
Salable and total sheep 250: mar
ket very slow; good-choice spring
lambs quotable steady al zo.oo-zi.oo-.
few medium-good lambs sold at 1S.S0:
with common grades at 16.00: older
classes in narrow demand: undertone
lower, with only few sales steady;
few medium old crop shorn lambs
15.00; yearlings 12.00-13.00; good ewes
salable to b oo.
NOTICE Tom APPLICATION FOR
AUTHORITY TO ORGANIZE BANK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
the 22nd day of May. 1947. an applica
tion by the undersigned for authority
to organize a State Bank was filed in
the office of the Superintendent of
Banka of the State of Oregon; sucn
bank to be located in the city of Salem
Oregon: under the corporate name and
designation of Willamette Valley Bank:
that the amount of the proposed capital
stock of said bank is $60,000.00. divided
into 600 shares of the par value of $100
per share, with an additional amount
paid in of $30,000.00; that the names of
Earl H. Mootry. Glenn M. SlenU, I
Ronald E. Jones.
Dated and first published an The
Oregon-Statesman, this the 23rd day
of May, 1947.
GLENN M. SLENTZ
RONALD E. JONES
EARL. H. MOOTRY
My 23-31-J 8-13
HEATTNO BIDS WANTED
Bids twill be received by Rev. M. J.
K. Fuhr at 508 N. Second, Silverton.
Oregon, on or before June 16. 1947. at
8 p.m. on heating plant for Trinity
Lutheran Church. 2nd and A St, Sil
verton, Oregon.
All bidders must examine building
and submit plan of Installation with
specifications, showing sizes of ducts,
grills, etc, type of heat unit, oil burn
er fan. motors, etc, and furnish man
ufacturer's speeificaUons and rating
on all of the above parts.
The owner reserves the right to re
ject' any or all bids. -
TRINITY BOARD OT TRUSTEES.
- My 15-21-23
EXECUTOR'S FINAL NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
WALLACE JAMES REED, as executor
of the estate of CLARA McN. REED,
deceased, has filed his final account as
such, and by order of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for Marion
County. June 14, 1947. at 10:00 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day has been
fixed as the time, and the courtroom
of said court has been fixed as the
place for the hearing of objections to
said final account and the settlement
of said estate.
WALLACE JAMES REED
Executor of the Estate of
Clara McN. Reed. Deceased.
RHOTEN St RHOTEN
SAM r. SPEERSTRA
Pioneer Trust Building
Salem. Oregon
Attorneys for Estate. My 9-16-23-30-J 8
Notice of 1947-1948 Budget Meeting
In accordance with the' provisions of the "Local Budget Law (Sections 110-1201 to 110-1215, O. C. L. A., as amended,) notice hereby is given that the budget commit
tee of School District No. 24 CJ, Marion County, Oregon, in compliance with said law, prepared and adopted on May 15th, 1947, the budget estimates for School District
No. 24 CJ, Marion County, Oregon, for the ensuing fiscal year. July 1. 1947, to June 30, 1948. as set forth in the accompanying schedules.- All persons are hereby notified
that on Tuesday, the 17th day of June, 1947, at eight o'clock P. M. in the Board Conference Room cf the Public School Office Building at 460 North High street in Salem.
Oregon, said budget estimates may be discussed with the Board of Education, the levying beard for School District No. 24 CJ, Marion County, Oregon, and any person sub
ject to the proposed tax levy will be heard in favor of or against said proposed tax levy or any part thereof.
Received
1944-45
$113,137.39
48,339.80
11.36S.20
775.37
16,976.76
4,222.19
58.592.34
5,271.25
80,753.12
2,820.07
6.558.94
2,976.58
1,577.25
1,251.68
5,179.89
68,966.92
1,255.07
-1,068.76
Received
1945-46
$107,047.05
48.518.26
9,856.80
1,121.00
21,144.21
1,199.31
45,106.17
97.563.08
6.925.65
6.724.75
2.443.21
12,247.19
2.315.48
1,582.12
5,367.50
70,623.60
1,327.69
-1,132.70
EMimated
Receipts Acct. GENERAL Fl'XD
1946-47 No. ESTIMATED RrX."ElPTS
$ 88.696.24 311 County School Apportionment
45,510.00 312 Elementary School Apportionment
10,317.75 313 State School Apoprtionment
740.00 314 County School Library Apportionment
315 Hasir School Support Fund Apportionment ..
21.065.00 33 Kentals
200.00 34 Salts of Equipment, Etc. ,
31,623 91 362 Taxes of Prior Years .
100.00 363 Share of Tax Property Sales
90,000.00 37 Tuition Non High Districts
8,000.00 37 Tuition Other ..
8.350.00 381 Reimbursement Vocational Salaries
3,000.00 382 Reimbursement Special Education (11CP) .
10,500.00 383 Reimbursement Summer Recreation
384 Reimbursement Farm Labor Camp
100.00 391 Donations, Etc
1,000.00 392 Interest Earned ,
5,350.00 393 Transportation Non-High Students
25,000.00 398 Federal Aid for Vocational Program
60,000.00 399 Estimated Cash Balance
525.00 399 Miscellaneous
100,000 00 Transfer from Reserve Fund
50,000.00 Transfer from Post-War Construction Fund
Transfer Sinking Fund
Est; mat
for
1947-48
$ 95.300.00
: 8.340.00
1.170.00
354.C29.0O
39.100.00
ZOQ 00
32.200.00
100.00
90.C00.0O
22.000 CO
S.0O0.DO
23,500,00
13.S3S.0O
15.000.00
600.00
500-.00
15,000.00
10.000.00
500.00
40.900.00
200.000 00
$428,951.06 $439,980.37
Expended
1944-45
$ 16,874.41
110.00
466.49
263.81
1,087.64
197.95
637.45
$ 19,637.75
Expended
1945-46
$ 18.219.37
1.213.93
1,275.81
743.58
354.69
1.027.75
386.20
694.41
$ 23,915.74
1560,077.90
Appropriated
1946-47
$ 20.490.00
1.732.50
3.180.00
907.50
635.00
1.297.75
6O0.00
572.00
$ 29,414.75
TOTAL ..
Acct.
No.
ill
4114
4115
412
413
414
4 If) 2
4153
Item
EXPENDITURES
Control
41 General
Services
$ 36.354.16 $ 48.170.43 $ 55,580.00 4211
10,851.48 12,043 07 11.115.00 4212
13,400.50 16,141.39 18,720.00 4213
1,059.25 1,279.43 1.415.00 422
406.33 838.41 1,710.00 423
62,071.72 $ 78,472.73 $ 88,540.00
$399,515.74 $486,146.53 $521,135.00 4311
5,061.70 7.662.11 6.300.CO 4312
10.261.48 10,943.20 13,460.00 ' 4314
8,741.10 11,498.18 15.063.00 432
7.089.59 10,687.56 8,345.50 433
1,111.80 1,571.76 1,882.00 434
$431,781.41 $528,509.34 $566,185.50
$ 53,569.67 $ 59,794.59 $ 60,229.00 441
3,360.25 4,078.79 4,660.00 442
9,964.77 - 11.306.65 14.955.00 443
10.115.44 12,285.43 11.550.00 444
2,740.21 , 3.183.46 2,850.00 445
2,195.15 2,312.35 2,285.00 446
513.82 525.15 400.00 447
109.00 803.16 415.00 448
$ 82,568.31 $ 94,289.58 $ 97,344.00
$ 5,889.91 $ 3.657.27 $ 5,950.00 451
24,945.68 20.789.43 25.450.00 452
3.271.60 4,564.22 4,700.00 453
$ 34,107,19 $ 29,010.92 $ 36,100.00
$ 6,559.00 $ 5.044.76 $ 6.335.00 462
16,296.50 12,901.38 16,850.00 463
12,252.12 15,022.34 21.000.00 464
41.88 132.21 1,755.00 465
$ 35,149.50 . $ 33,100.69 $ 45,940.00
$ 5,107.29 $ 6,204.12. $ 6.741.90 471
49.05 84.68 200.00 472
473
35,428.13
$ 5,156.34 $ 6,288.80 $ 42,370.03
$ 15.900.00 $ 25,177.34 $ 10.000.C ) 481
None 3.634.99 73.400.00 482
5,571.31 12,978.39 19,050.00 483
15,793.27 17.067.21 44,505.00 484
2,018.06 2.348.19 2,180.00 4851
775.37 1,121.00 740.00 4852
5,028.35 15,439.80 57.700.00 486
$ 45,086.36 $ 77,766.92 $209,575.00
$ - 230.41 $ 158.20 $ 445.00 493
33.34 28.84 "40.00 494
$ 263.75 $ 187.04 $ 485.00
None None $ 40,000.00 40
None None $ 40,000.00
$715,822.33 $871,541.76 $1,155,954.28
Personal
Census
Director of Census and Attendance
Supplies
Elections and Publicity
Legal Services
Travel Expense
Miscellaneous
Total
42 Instruction, Supervision
Principals' Salaries ... .
Office Assistants' Salaries
Supervisors' Salaries
Supplies
Other Expense
Total
43 Instruction Teaching
Teachers Salaries
Substitute Teachers' Salaries
Librarians' Salaries
Supplies
Textbooks 1
Other Expense
Total
$ 27.390 00
2,500.00
3.390.00
900.00
600.00
1.20O.0O
1.260.00
600.00
$ 37,840.00
$ 62.335.C0
18.92500
42.765.00
2.240.00
2.515.00
Senior
Estimates for 1847-48
Jr. High Elementary
. $963,635.00
Other.
$ 27.290.00
2.5OO0O
3.290.00 .
900.00
600.00
1.200 OO
1.2 50.00
600,00
$ 37.840 00
9.990.00
5.810T0
6.720.00
900.00
350.00
$ 15.68500
4.685.00
2,460.00
530.00
215.00
$ 36,660.00
800.00
510.00
230 00
$128,780.00 $ 23,770.00 $ 23,575.00 $ 38,200.00
$756,155.00
9.780.00
13,830.00
16,515.00
10.548.00
1,975.00
$204,500 00
2,680.00
3,420 00
5,215.00
60.00
865.00
$207,705.00
2,780.00
5,400.00
6.0S5.00
2.115.00
285.00
$297,730.00
4,320.00
- 810.00
4,855.00
5,913.00
675.00
T.630 00
33.535 00
300.00
1,720.00
$ 43,235.00
$ 48J20.C0
4 .200.00
380.00
2.460X0
150.00
Total $808,803.00
44 Operation of Plant
Janitors' Salaries $ 70,722.00
Janitors' Supplies - 5.345.00
Fuel t 15,940.00
Light and Power 13.840.00
Water 3,785.00
Telephone 3,045.00
Truck Operation 800.00
Miscellaneous - 505.00
Total $113,982.00
45 Maintenance and Repairs
Of Furniture and Equipment .. $ 5.055.00
Of Buildings 23,700.00
Of Grounds 5,400.00
$216,740.00 $224,370.00 $314,303.00' $ 53,290.00
Total $ 34,155.00
46 Auxiliary Agencies
Health Serv ice $ 10.000.00
Transportation 30,150.00
Summer Recreation 27.772.00
School Lunch Program 3,000.00
$ 16.500.00
1.500.00
4,760.00
4,700.00
1,000.00
600.00
145.00
$ 29,205.00
$ 1,850.00
3.000.00
1,800.00
$ 6,650.00
8,900.00
$ 13.C98.00
950.00
4.165.00
2,500.00
1.150.00
280.00
125.00
$ 22.868.00
$ 1.150.00
3.250.00
1,100.00
$ 5,500.00
I 3,700.00
24.524.00
2,C3S 00
5,415.00
4,040.00
1,285.00
815.00
200.00
15,000.00
8S0.G0
L60D.00
2.600.00
250.00
1.350.00
800.00
35X0
$ 38,314.00 $ 23,595.00
$ 1.740.00 -12.300.00
1,750.00
$ 315.00
. 5.150.00
750.00
$.13,790.00 $ W 15.00
j
$
i0.922.00
Total .
47 Fixed Charges
Insurance
Rents and Miscellaneous
Employes' Retirement Contribution:
Current Service - 42,103.00
Prior Service 27,066.00
8,168.00
800.00
8,900.00
3,065.00
$
$
3,700.00
1,777.00
$
$
8,550.00
3,000 00
8,550.00
2,710 00
$ 69,169.00
Total $ 78,137.00
48 Capital Outlays
New Sites $ 60,000.00
New Buildings 200,000.00
Alterations of Buildings 18,800.00
New Furniture and Equipment 42,375.00
New Library Books, District Funds 3,480.00
New Library Books, County Funds 1.170.00
Grounds Improvements - 20,140.00
$
$
3,065.00
150,000.00
2,500.00
4,010.00
450.00
268.00
700.00
$
$
1,7
.00
10.000.00
7,000.00
7,395.00
725.00
277.00
2.450.00
$
$
2,710.00
Total
49 Debt Service
Interest on Other Indebtedness
Fiscal Agency Service Charges
$345,965.00
... $
. 40,000.00
5,300.00
2,920.00
1,155.00
625.00
7,590.00
i
$ 10.000.00
12.000.00
27,772.00
$ 49,772.00
$ 616.00
800.00
69,169.00
$ 70.585.00
$ 63.COO.00
4.COoW
28.050.00
1,150.00
9.400.00
200.00
30.00
$157,928.00 $ 27,847.00 $ 57,590.00 $102,600.00
i "
1 $ 200.00
i 30.00
Total $ 230.00
40 Emergency
Emergency - $ 15,000.00
Total
. $ 15.000.00
$ 230.00
$ 15.000.00
$ 15.000.00
Total General Fund $1,633,814.00 $446,258.00 . $309,637.00 $475,457.00 $402,462.00
$ 52,500.00
10,750.00
$ 63,250.00
$ 52,500.00
9,050.00
$ 61,550.00
BOND INTEREST AND RETIREMENT FUND
SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 24
(To be levied on property within boundaries of School District No. 24 ii effect prior to March 24, 1947)
49 Debt Service
$ 52.500.00 491 Principal on Bonds $ 50,000.00 $ 31,464.00 $ 10,423.00 $
7,350.00 492 Interest on Bonds 5,687.50 3,580.00 1,185.00
8,113 00
922.50
$ 59,850.00
Total
$ 55,687.50 $ 35,044.00 $ 11,608.00 $ 9,033.50
BOND INTEREST AND RETIREMENT FUND
SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 71
(To be levied against property within boundaries of School District No. 71 in effect prior to March 24, 1947)
$ 1,000.00 491 Principal on Bonds $ 1,000.00
202.50 - 492 Interest on Bonds 87.50
$ 1,202.50
Total
$ 1,087.50
I 1,000.00
87.50
$ L087.50
$ 1.000.00
207.50
$ 1,207.50
$ 1.000.00
182.50
$ 1,182.50
SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 78 ,
(To be levied against property within boundaries of School District No. 78 in f effect prior to March 24, 1947)
$ 1.000 00 491 Principal on Bonds - $ 1,000.00
157.50 492 Interest on Bonds 132.50
$ 1,157.50
Total
.. $ ' 1,132.50
$ 1.000.00
132.50
$ 1.1J2J0
SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES, RECEIPTS AND TAX LEVIES
SDNo.24-CJ SDNo.24 ,. SDNo. 71 SDNo.78
Total General Fund Bond Fund Bond Fund . Bond Fund
Estimated Expenditures - $1,691,721.50 $1,633,814.00 $ 55.687.50 $ 1,087.50 $ 1.132.50
Less Estimated Receipts - 969,635.00 969,635.00 None None , None
Amount Necessary to Balance Budget $ 722,086.50 $ 664.179.00 55,687.50 1,087.50 1,132.50
Plus Estimated Delinquency on 1947-48 Tax Levy 40,000.00 36,820.00 3,060.00 60.00 60.00
Tax Levies 762,086.50 700,999.00 58,747.50 .1,147.50 1,192.50
Breakdown of Tax Levies:
Inside 6 Limitation $ 427,648.34 $ 427.648.34
Outside 6 Limitation , $ 334,438.16 $ 273,350.66 58,747.50 . 1,147.50 1,192.50
$ 762,086.50 $ 700.999.00 58,747.50 1,147.50 1,182.50
SD No. 24
Construction Fund
None
None
INDEBTEDNESS BONDS
SCHOOL DISTRICT No 24 (Salem)
Year of Amount Interest Annual Outstanding
Issue of Issue Rate Maturity Date Retirement May 1, 1947
1935 $350,000.00 34 Dec. 1, 1944-1950 $ 50,000.00 $200,000.00
SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 71 (Liberty)
1945 5,000.00 2'i Dec. 15. 1946-1950 1,000.00 4,000.00
SCHOOL DISTRICT No.78 (Swegle)
1938 10,000.00 2",i Aug., 1, 1939-1948 1.000.00 2.000.00
1939 3,000.00 3i Aug. 1, 1949-1951 1,000 00 3,000.00
OTHER INDEBTEDNESS
None
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 15th day of May, 1947.
Attest: C. C. Ward, District Clerk
, Faye Wright, District Chairman
Approved by the Budget Committee this 15th day of May, 1947.
E. J. Scellars, Secretary, Budget Committee
. Faye Wright, Chairman, Budget Committee
My23-J5