The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 12, 1947, Page 2, Image 2

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fffil-rm. Ofgon. Saturday. July 2'
Democrats to
Defy Ruling
EEND, July llPByron O.
Carney, state chairman of the
democratic state central commit
tee, declared today that Oregon
democrat waul 4 n't reorganize
their committee.
He Kimmell. first assistant at
torney general ta Oregon, had said
in aa mtormal opinion that a new
tate law wolud require central
committees to drop committeemen
and amltteeweroen.'
-We arc not colng ta Out any
one dff the aleaacrattc central
committee."' ' Carney told demo-
crsie fcere. Ha charged that such
a char. would place control In
the hands of too few persona.
BOCK. IXTESCU WORSE
RIO DE JANEIRO. July 11-;P)
Urn. Elena Lupeacu'a condition
waa reported weraeoing tonight
after another of a aeries of blood
transfusions administered to re
lieve her aerioua anemia.
Accountants Elect
Two Salem Men
PORTLAND. July HMVTwo
Salem men were named to office
today in the annual convention of
the Oregon Association of Public
Accountants.
They were James E. Keyes. first
vice-p resident, and Elmer J.
Churctv elected to tbe board of
governors. Paul E. Brown. Albany,
also was named to the board.
Speakers discussed the new
state community property law.
GUESTS OP COUSIN '-
SCOTTS MILLS Mrs. Russell
Nelson, Mrs. Raymond Kellis and
Janet Kellis were guests Tues
day of their cousin, Althea Mey
s, at Silverton. The former two
women are sister and are expect
ing a third sister, Mrs. Bernie Oas
from Pennsylvania, for a visit
later this month. Mrs. Oas is
former resident of Scotts Mills
Silverton and Salem.-
A
Re-Opening
tonight
Capilela
Boiler Binlx
90 Laiu Are.
Eucene Womanly s-
H. , . tt t " merman ixai uuipui
ivinea m u tan
ST. GEORGE, Utah, July 11-!
(JP)-A woman whose body was
found in Zion National park a
week ago was identified today as wth announcement that an
Evelyn ranees uauanan, aDout
27, Sheriff Antone B. Prince re
ported.
The young woman died from a
bullet wound, and coroner's Jury
ruled there was foul play.
Prince said Miss Callahan was
employed by the Pacific Tele
phone and Telegraph company in
Seattle, Wash., and later for the
same company in Portland.
A check of the company's re
cords in Portland showed a Miss
Callahan resigned June 9, saying
she was going to her home at
Eugene, Ore.
LOCOMOTIVES PURCHASED
Three new dtesel electric freight
locomotives will be used by the
Oregon Electric and Spokane,
Portland and Seattle railroad
lines, according to an SP&S an
nouncement of purchase of the
new equipment and order placing
for three new diesel electric
witch engines. .Each freight lo
comotive consists of two .1,500
horsepower units with double
end control.
WINONA
CHALET
Italian Dinners,
Spaghetti, Raviplas,
Pan Fried Chicken,
Choice Steaks
2 Miles Out on
Dallas Highway
For Reaerralloiis
Hm 2-5190
DEWEY GAINS SUPPORT
DENVER. July lWjeVGov
Thomas E. Dewey has s "fighting
chance of capturing the Colo
rado delegation at the 1948 repub
lican national convention. Rex C
Eaton, national committeeman
from this state, said tonight.
A
Tonight
Siherlca Amory
9 b 12
GLENN WOODRVB
ORCHESTRA -
14
EaUrtaJaters
14
AdnlesJea Tie
Mas red. Tas lie
Total lie
Deal Forget to
DINE AND DANCE
at "CLUB TUMBLE INN"
2 bL N. Albany. Best Foods
aerred all ere. "Lawrence's
Ordx" . S piece)
Every Sat Night
WASHINGTON, July 11-AV
The United States, acting on the
eve of the Marshall plan confer
ence in Paris, fostered a direct
boost V European recovery today
UMT HEARINGS END
WASHINGTON, July ll.-W-
The house armed services com-
Alaska Fire
Jumps River
ANCHORAGE, Alaska. July 11
(fP)- The forest blaze which has
blackened 250,000 acres on the
Kenal nenlnsitla tumnexl (he K.
effort will be made to increase Ml tiv and can topped by
Germany s vital coal production. "nothfn now but the waters of
The state department, in mak- rw1r im1at tr ialnfar Ti1nt
ing the announcement, said coal k Miller said yesterday
1. the ta succeM l any reed-
ery program. I Ine Oia hlae uiri the flamee
I were advancing slowly toward
Til ACCIDENTS REPORTED I the town of Keuai, now ten miles
A total of 7 IS covered accidents from the fireline.
and five claims for occupational Army officials directing the fire
disease benefits was reported to fighters asked today for addition-
the state Industrial accident com- Ul planes and more men. Aoai-
mission during the week ended tional equipment was to be Hows
July 10. There were no fatalities the tomorrow u neeaeo.
reported. l ne Diaze. Miner reported June
7, nas aestroyea nan oi a targe
i i
ELKS FLOCK TO PORTLAND moose reserve on me peninsuia.
PORTLAND. July UHAVState .... n,aw -rTr
and city officials and scores of C1NCINNATI. July 11W4VA
Ne. W4
la ta ClrreJt C'eert ef Ik ateie ei
Or.i ea tor Mart C seals
William klimcrf Walton. unnrntr-
In
OI UI11YC1 Ml ""-! ll . I . m i . " -"-K J
hi Kill IUUIJ AVI H1C IIS UULIfll
convention opening next week.
consideration
tary training today.
1EP. JONES GETS FCC JOB
WASHINGTON. July 11 JT)
The senate today confirmed the
nomination of Rep. Robert r.
Jones (R-Ohio) as a member of
the federal communications com
mission.
Education association today as it
neared the end of its five-day
meeting.
BEAN FESTIVAL JULY tt-tf
STAYTON Banners, announc
ing the annual Bean Festival on
July 22 to 26, are now flying over
Stayton streets.
BOXCARS MOVING
WASHINGTON, July 11 - (P)
The nation's railroads are doing
the best Job of moving empty box
cars westward into the grain belt
now that has been done In any
recent years. Senator Reed (R-
Kas) said today.
171 EMPLOYES FIRED
COULEE DAM, Wash., July 11
OP)-Dismissal notices were hand
ed to 175 employes of the bureau
of reclamation today and further
cuts were predicted as a result of
expected limitations on hourly
work by congress.
Too Late to Classify
At the time of the Bataan sur
render about 85 per cent of the
American troops there had ma
laria.
NOTICS TO CKCDITOKS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Irene Roemhildt has been appointed
administratrix of tbe estate of Roll In
K. Pf ilmiiMl. b the Circuit Court
nT' TC V l2lrTu11n' VEE UtS state of 6reoVt foi kartoV.
P11- -tr.,d- 223. l,Ul County. In Probate, and hat qualified
OVUM., --" - " i mm nirh All nwinni wha hivi r i ml
GOOD Electrie Washing Machine. MO
Iealle St.
IMS rORO Hi T truck. Very good
now. Buy It before my friends wear It
N
Dance Saturday Ilighi, July 12
To modern, old time and western music by Won
der Valley Boys of Salem.
New 4500 Foot Floor at
Deny Orchard's Farm
IVi Miles East of RlckrealL on the Salem-Dallas High
WATCH FOR THE LANTERN
N
NOTICE
NOTICE HEREBY IS GIVEN that by
an order of tne Circuit Court of the
State of Oreeon for the Count? of
Marton. In Probate, duly made and
tered on the ninth day of July. 1M7.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL
BANK OF PORTLAND (OREGON)
was duty appointed aa executor of the
last will and testament and estate of
ARTHUR H. BARKS, deceased. AU
persons having claima asalnst said es
tate hereby are required to present
duly verified and wltn proper
aeainat aald estate are hereby notified I them
to present the same, duly verified, aa I vouchers, to said executor at Its Ladd
reoulred bv law. to the understated. Si Bush-Salem Branch banking house.
at 211 Pioneer Trust Building. Salem, corner of State and Commercial Streets.
Oregon, within six months from the Salem. Marion County. Oregon, within
date of the first publication of this six months after the date of the first
notice, which la the zsth day of June, I puoucaiion of in is nonce
1MT. and the la ft is the 26th day of
July, 1M7.
IRENE ROEMHILDT
Administratrix. Estate of
Rollln K. Pace, deceased.
AUtt ft. fAUI
and
HELTZEL & HELTZEL
Attorneys for said estate
Salem. Oregon. J SS-Jly S-12-lfl-M
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SALEI2 CAPITOLS
- -IIYRTLE BOWL
Sunday, S:II P. M.
Capitols vs. VaUett
Wednesday, S:1S I. M.
Capitols vs. Harlem Globe Trotlera
Tharsday, t:ll f. M.
Capitols vs. McElroys
See ibeae eraelal State leagae clashes and the exhlbltlea with
tbe Mttanally faaaeua Negro team all at the sew Jpewl
Partland Koad.
Popular Prices
. f pensored by Willamette Amusement Ce Salem
Dated and first published the twelfth
day of July. 147.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL
BANK Or PORTLAND OREGON
By R. M. ALTON
Its Vice-President and Trust Officer.
Executor aforesaid.
Allan G. Carson and Wallace P. Carson
Attorneys for Executor.
Jly It-lS-js-A t-a
F,ot fwJ.i;..-. Qtlll l committee he does net thlak.
uwiiibh, ums suiy iuiuis war wu
Needed. SVi INimiU 'it prtmartl on the sea or
in the air.
WASHINGTON. July 11 - UP) -
Admiral aVt a. Mieeiite mLA Sa-
rtuniii ai v. r a e saa-aa s.a ae u r i . sMt
day foot soldiers will play as large liraniliaill T llTSt
a Dart in mi next war aa anina i
.L?u"". .-.t.rtJTo Be Honored
VUIUICI SI I LIS) lv tit M ItVFI M X
rround.w
" 1 s e it , Am e t . a a aas.
National AaaociaUon of Profee-
sionsl baseball learjea, will be
the first minor leegve exeetittee
honored by beeeball'g hall et fame
ried widower. Uee An4i walUm ee lt Cooper I town, N. Y,
ton and Kathryn B. Walton, his wife: Ueorfe M. Trauman, WbO Came
Mahei A Mclniurff. as the becuutx here to attend yesterday's funeral
of the Last Will and Testament and I , w . . .
r.i.i. SL..irts. w.iim l.rk.ti A. I Men swwwew mm iwsg
ceased: and Sheldon T . Saekett. ame- OI ine nUnOTS, annOunCM tier iO
married widower of Beatrice Wattea day that a bronte plaQVM Would be
sackett. deceased. Piamufu. placed la the minor league quart-
The unknown hetrs of J. H. Harkte era of the fnuaeum aorneUme
man. deceased; the unknown heirs ef I AlifUst.
aiary wtiwn, uanaasu. asse au wi
persona er pe rites wnkiw cletnting
ear rtaht. title, estate. bes. er l" Wr
est In l real estate daambid la tbe
complaint herein. De lend eats.
SIMMONS
TO: The unknown heirs at l. M
Hackleman. deceased: the
hetrs ef Mary Walton, Sicsasiit. sloe
all other persona or parties iwkjws
claiming any right, title, eetale. I tee.
or interest in the real
scrlbeM in the complaint herein, the
defendants shove named
IN THE NAME OW THE STATE Or
OREGON. You are hereby required so
appear and answer the eomptauit riled
aaatnst you in the above entitled Court
and causa en or before July sa.
that being the time pcssrribig by She
Court la the order for the servlee eg
this Summons upon you by pushes
lion, and four weeks aucceaaivsiy rresn
the dale of the nrst pubhealtasi thereof.
and If you fall so to appear end ai
for want thereof plaintiffs wlU take a
decree against you that they are the
owners In fee simps and M poeaeaa
er the following dastriksd pissim
to-wit:
Bealnning on the North line ei
Center Street ta the Crty el Seleni
Marion County. Oregon, at a potnt
that la MIS feet Easterly along sold
North line from the East bne ef
Capitol Street, said beginning point
be ins the aoutheast corner of leee
conveyed to Glenn W. Roloraon. and
wife, by deed lecoroea aueuei s.
ISO In Vol. tas. Page It Deed Sf
ords: thence Easterly along said
North line of Center Street leaea
feet: thence Northerly parallel to the
East line of Capital Street IS US feet
ta the South line of an alley: thence
Westerly atonge the South Une of
said alley 100 OS feet to the Northeast
comer of said Rolofson trad: thence
Southerly parallel with said Capital
Street alone the East line ef sate
Rolofson tract in M Seet to the place
of betinninc
Plaintiffs will Uke a further decree
quieting their title thereto and en-
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nVaVaas MAN HAH S f STs '
2ND FEATURE
Join ins you. and each and all of yo
from asserttns any Interest In. or claim
to said property adverse te plaintiffs
Service of this summons upon you
bv Dubltratlon Is made by order of the
Honorable CKO R DUNCAN. Judge
of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, at Salem. Orecon. June Sefh,
1S4I. ana the date or ine urst pusuca-
tton thereof ts June IS. ISsT
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Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Residence and Postofflce Address:
Salem. Oregon. J IS-Jly S-1I-I -SS
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Every Saturday Night
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Sleper Hall
Independence
With Joe Lane& His
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Spoesaored by
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