The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 12, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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POLICE HUNT MAN
Salem police Wednesday were
ked to apprehend Walter Ed
ward Count?, who is wanted in
Red Bluff, Calif., on a charge of
failing to pronde for a minor
child. A search was made of the
cafes as Counts is a cafe worker
but reports showed he had not
secured work here At the state
liquor store, police found a pur
chaser's perm had been secured
by Counts on February 2. when
Counts gave his home address
as Grants Pass.
Mabel, dear, you were -right' I
have had your 10 ft. genuine
Deepfreeze Home Freezer iru-iali-ed
by Vince'.- Electric. Oregon's
largest Deepfreeze dealer at 157
F. Liberty. Harry.
Come to Rlph Johnson Appli
ance 'Store. 355 Center St. to see
the finest fn modern appl.arjce
Hotpomt. Benriix. KeKinator
Speedfueen and a complete line
of home freezers.
HOME PERMIT ISM ED
A building permit authoninz
Jugenia Worrien to erect a dwell
ing at 1850 S. 24th st. at a cost
of 18. (MX) was issued at the city
enKineer's office Wedn.-sday. Oth
er permits were isued to Jennie
Fandnch to alter apaitment at
23S0 State .t. at a cost of 3 0fi0;
H. R Sheldon to rerK f a dwell
ing at 1715 Baker st at a re!
cf S100: lxai Blvimer.herf to
rerrf-f a dweihriK at 1445 Ferry
st at a cot cf $50
Ghiuyi- i i.n mange fi41 S Winter
each Fiid.iv.
2 Tube Fi.Ki ewent Kite f en Ur.it.
Keji $11 !5 Close Out it $5 &5 n,
Wood rows, 450 Center.
FIRE WARNING ISSIH)
Fire Chief. W. P . liot le. set k
ing l: 5.i'.c !;me in te:-hiijB iiitu;.!
iirts ii'.d If i safety rtasoris. agiin
is asking th.it citizens resist the
lit e 'to tur n in f.-.ise al.wms. The
chief fun'! see such action as a
prat tii .il joke, w hen it m.gh! rrr an
hn aHlerit while the trucks are
peedn k in the srect.
An -Steam hip tickets anywheie
Kugel. 3-694 735 N. Capitol St '
Landx i.'ii'iR and deMKiiing No job
too Iare or too small tf. A Doet
fler and Sons Ntit-erv. 150 N. Lan
caster Dr. at 4 Corners P 2-1322
PARENT DMJNQIFNCY' TOPIC
Topic at Salem Retail Ciedit
association luncheon Fi iriay noon
Gt the Gol !en Pheasant will be
"Par ntal I)t I irtiut iic y," with
lii!h't t J .lei'-on. di p'itv Mai ion
county ;... mle otfutr. a- sp-ak-ei
The av t iati rrs I-ulSetin
t lessee t e fact that co-.-it and
nile (cut leti'iiis . info
cudit liles.
ll.i'i! of heat ii;g? See the o:.c i.mt
I'. lt(,u lit . , An, 'pi m ii a i.-
Us J7fi. n.i!'fiis ior all i!! ik-s ;
I t aritiK "aids Jaines Tft i,ict As-
i.-.tes. 218 Or (jon B'.' p Phone
Fiilc m 2-ti'.l.
Purmr.aKC "S.de - - !-. rn: ;.-d
Mrs T ! t . i '- ri! i h.u . . - e. .. i i
f ir niiit( r, :iJ' tit: .' . i.aii;.
cases. ;i.l N (" n, 1.
TAITIO BV HONOR RV
J.irres Walttiv ,,ri tt Mi hm;.
Mif Hairy Wa!tt-'s. e-
niekta'st. was .intiated ieent!
ititi' 1'nivcrsity of Oregon's p,c la
chapter of Beta AJpi a I'm. her.f-t -aiy
accounting fraterniU Wai
ters is a junior business admin
istration major.
Xummage Sale. NVcmen' Council
cf 1st Christian Chun h. Thins
Fn . Sat. M.iv 12. 13. 14 235
F Com 1 St
Kurnmate S.de eer Gieer.baums
tcday Meadow laik Aux VFW ?
CARD Or THANKS
We wish to thank our fueiTds
and neighbors for their kindly
assistarn e liuiir.g the i!'t!-ss jid
death out ln-i.ii oi fathei and
bust-ltr,d. A'l i M -. t ,
.'.In A K t ii- n
Mr .V Alt (;.,: Owen
Mr ?. Mrs J. hu wt n
Mr .s Mrs Nr. Hai.sin
j FIRE PERMITS NECESSARY
f Warm weather afd its atten-
, WORKER INJURED
i John St. Clair. 53, Rt 1. "Box
174. Salem; employed in the Salem
municipal Workshop sustained lac
eration of his upper right eye lid
Wednesday when a piece of wood
fee was chopping struck him. The
blow broke his glasses inflicting
painful but not ,S dangerous
wound, first aid reported.
dant fire t .hazards fin the city I
Wednesday ; resulted f in an order !AWNS CLt"B TOPIC
issuing from Fire (thief W. P. Salem Men's Garden club will
Roble making it mandatory for ; meet at 7:30 tonight in the YMCA
residents to secure burning per- to hear a talk by H. A. Schoth,
mi's before starting trash and 'senior agronimist USDA bureau
other firesijThe pernios are issued of plant industrr. stationed at
Rotarians TFfjfiet Appetites'dri Plant Tour
.by the firr department.
;
Rummage siaie Jasorj ?Iee Church
basement. Jefferson iSt N. Winter.
Thurs. & Fri. M
Oregon State college. His subject
I will be "Lawns."
Road oiling,
or 3-5769.
Call Tweedie 2-4151
The Statesman- Sal 1 Oregon, nradcry. Mry 1L, 4348 '
Eat May breakfast for 65c. First
Presbyterian Churchj. Friday May rHv
tt -? r.,M m recently
jj. io i t-j.H- Koiiee cv
rolls 15c 9 A.M. to ! A.M.
PLI GGED DRAIN REPORTED
Complaint that a fpliigged drain
tile on a market soasd near the
,city limits of Silverjon is causing
r water to drain along tlje road into
that city .was heaid 5bv Marion
county court Wednesday. Hedda Rummage Sale Sat . Mav
Swart. county engineer, promised ' cottage.
; on ii critKOllUII.
FIVE LEAVE HOSPITAL
Five mothers of children born
in Salem Memorial hos
pital were discharged Wednesday
and returned to their homes. They
are: Mrs. Ivan A. Bowers and
son. 660 N HiEh st : Mrs Alden
Wallis and son. 2020 N. 34th st ;
Mrs. Loyd Remington and son. 675
Breys st : Mrs. Gerald Ruby and
son. Turner.
14 655
i Rummage I (ale. Frday & Satur
day. May i 13 U 14. cstr Green-
, ba urn's, i ' I
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Red azaleas. $1.00 J size now 75c
Bleeding hearts anil other peren
nials Complete lihe ijf bedding
and vegetable plants. We deliver.
Pemberton's Greenhoufes, 1980 S.
12th. j
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OI'NTV BI'VS PILING
About 2('0 feet of i piling for
bridge ue was purjehaied by Mar
irn coiinty commsioners in the
Santiam dij-trut. it wes reported
in Maiiori county
day Tt.e tiling is
cot litt Wedncs
to he delr. ered
GET HAI LING PERMITS
Permission to haul logs over
certain market and county roads
was granted Dean W. Morris.
Scio: Gael Cutsforth. Gervais. and
Ray S. Kauffman. Donald, by the
Marion county court Wednesday.
Nl'RSES HOLD MEETING
The Practical Nurses' associa
tion held a meeting Monday eve
ning in Salem Memorial hospital
and 22 chatter members were ad
mitted into the organization. M;ss
Seima Helmer, president of the
Regisieied Nurses' association,
told the p'roup that refresher riass-
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will be held Sunday, June S, at
11 o'clock, followed by the firtt
commencement program that night
at 8 o'clock, confined entirely to
engineering graduates. The other
two will be at 10 and 2:30 o'clock
Monday, June 6. Next year a
single ceremony will be possible
again in the new pavilion with
ample room for ail.
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MORET To Mr and Mrs
David N. Morey. 3S0 S. 23rd
a daughter, Wednesday, May
at Salem Memorial hospital.
BARBER To Mr. and Mrs
Kenneth Barber. Turner, a son
Teaching In Public
Schools Banned to
Justices of Peace
A ruling that a Justice of the
peace cannot teach in the public
schools was issued Wednesday by
Attorney General George Neuner.
Neurer said the constitution
prevents any. persons from hold
ing positions in more than one
branch cf the state government.
A justice of the peace jlh the j
judicial branch and the "j school j
system is part of the administra ' I
tive j branch of government. !
The cpinion was ssHight by
William Bennett, district attorney
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First course on the menu when Salem Rotary club ate Wednesday noon at Terminal Ice and Cold Storage
company plant was once-froxen orange juice. Shown here getting the appetiser from twins Diane and
J-ree Jenes, Portland, whose father is distributor for the product, are several members, viewing one
of the many displays. (Photo hj Don Dill, Statesman staff photographer.)
Rotarians Tour Cold Storage
Plant; Sample Frozen Foods
Wednesday, May
General hospital.
RAMEY To Mr. and Mrs
Noma Wallace Ramey. 64 Wil-
Hams St., a daughter. Wednesday,
May 1 1. at Salem General hoa-
-: pital.
BARKER To Mr. and Mrs
Lloyd Barker. 2375 Lee ft., a son.
' Wednesday, May 11, at Salem
General hospital.
GWYNN To Mr. and Mrs.;
Robert Gwynn. Salem route 1
a daughter, Wednesday. May 11.
at Salem General hospital. I
NOCRSE To Mr. and Mrs
George Nourse. 173 Hollywood
ave . a son, Wednesday May 1 1, :
at Salem General hospital. !
TALLMAN To Mr. and Mrs
Vera Tallman. 1140 Lee St.. a
daughter. Wednesday. May 11, at
11. at Salem of GiVA&m county.
Swiss sentries call through the
night "All's well. Remember'
Arnold Winkelried." Winkelried la
a legendary Sw Lss hero who went
to his death to breach the Austrian
lines in the Battle of Sempach.
looking barrels of strawberries
frozen solid to the killing and
dressing of turkevs Railroad i-iri
and trucks specially equipped for j Salem General hospital.
transporting frozen goods were
I also on displav. ,
Saem Rotarians were like a btinch of school boys p!aying !chS-i
Wdnesd;.v as thev tooK a luner.eori excursion 10 u.e leiniuidi ice ,,, ,h- ,, j,v mnmri,r,i
lf, Down. Pay Monthly
VENETIAN BLINDS
And Shades
Wf also wash, re tape, paint and
reslat yeor old Venetian Blinds.
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Call Any Time For Free
Estimates Phone 1-7JJ
1153 Race St. W. Salem
We Give SAII Green Stamp
momentarily.
es wmild be organized m the near , and 'Cold storage company plant. After sampling some foods which 1 but soon proved chillier than most
t- the 1 oyr.tv shopf; t 'a deli ered
pi.ie of 35 cents a fot
Karakul Karpet Its new. it's re-
vcrsibie, it's 100 jvirgjn wool and
a (it en thfTH-ieh arrl through, onlv
$4 95 sq yd lh. 3 -,"7648. or 3-3364.
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The Wuth Garage is ep-enlng un
der r.t'w rd;nagemt-nt. a.m. every ed to city police Wednesday that
futui e.
Federally Insured Savings Cur
rent divident 2I-iri See First
Fderal Savings First 142 S. Liber
ty Phooe 3-4944.
THEFT REPt)RTED
Dae Bvei'y. owner of The
Ranch, 3260 Portland rn . report-
i..y.
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TIMBf R LAND ITOR $AI.E -
Seveniin par.sl" f C&C and
CBWR grant lanI timber are to
be sold May 31 j by sealed bids
through the Portland offne of the
I" S bureau of l.-id management,
it was announced j Weiftiesday The
ai.ds urf -Jf ,-ted hn wnestern Ore
gon loiiritics. i j
Insured-savings: earn) more than
two per cent tt Salem Federal
Savings Association. 5f0 State st
Dr. L. x Warml ker i Dentist, is
now associated u fth thje l)r Pain
less Parker off ice 204 iirav P!dg .
State ani Libei tyi St .JSalem. I'h
3-8J-25.
FIRM NAME REtlREP
about 25(1 pounds f
three Karl age c,n?
str-len" fii.m hL place.
grease and
had been
had been frozen and hearing about the facilities, they toured the
plant to see its operation and potential.
The club members ate standing at tables or from lau-balanced
j plates in a huge oofer-freezer
td ivii Din iiDom which in a few weeks will
VC V I i, iRjn w ih ' s crammed with food pioducts of
Deipha Parrish, 60. 164 W 4th; Wiliamette vallev.
st, Los Angeles, received severe ;
w,..L-i. ,.'w hr ear collided with!- ' Speaker was Ljwell Kern.
,,,vr ut "kos Portland rd. Wed-i Portland, former manager
members desired.
Arrangements were handled by
Harold D. Robertson, plant manager.
A r tire of i et
l.u-.m-sv! j-.arTie 1
Ciaft tid'-;.S' ..: it
i d '. i;n t t .!,i
W't ('in -sday by T
ioy. 11 1 he ouMiitj -s o
by s,ic plies.
St Ar.r.i! C;;;iid
-i.se! I:! gi ds
t;-b!e M:Sv' ! 2 A
l,rih Ifouse on
eniept fr-m the
S.clem Mi! I
tli ds w ,is f i , -11
it u; . ! i k
hi.. i r -
t in 1.0L--
I' i'f n .ice S.,if
V Bieitn.K pot
I 't; F.pis. . pal
hciBokcta St
"Plant and rummage sale at First
Congregational C'hutih. N Cot
tape Ac Maimn Sts. Fn. A St.
RETIREMENT FILED
The business name Salem Body
and Feeder shop was retired in a
notice- filed with the Ma; ion coun
ty clerk Wednesday by Thomas D.
Pomeroy, jr.
The Knit Shop will be closed f:om
Mav IP. to t pen June 20th. Ruth
Njberg
MOTHERS LEAVE HOSPITAL
Th.-ee mot he: s and newly born
habits were discharged .firm S.i
iem (".irai.il hos'pstj.l Wednesday
.iiid leto: -'d to their hmes They
ar Mi- M.ri- .n Lonv and s-n
; . ute 4 Mr-. I'hai !es E
Mu:. .'.r-.s. t . a:if sin. I -x f 2.'.
Sl.it M.r . I. ir es ( ' Cicon
aid la-it;n:ei. t2i S. Summer si
FAIL IN'Jl'RES CHILD
Si di.i Wairt.er. ,u'(i 5!-. 34'0
G.nden rd. fell fum a tricycle
W'cdnesd iy -.U!ing a bad ash on
hi r ieft ieg. fust aid it-pt.ited
nesilay. First aid was caned.
MAN IS STRICKEN
L. T. Wallace. 60. 1155 Elm ft.j
West Salem, was stricken by a;
heart attack Wednesday and first;
aid was- called A doctor was call
ed by first aid.
WHEEL TIRE STOLEN
Derald Barnholdt. 545 Madison
st , icported to city police Wed
nesday theft of an auto wheel and,
tire from his car paiked in front:
of his residence.
TOWN SEND MEET TONIGHT
Townscnd dub lfi will meet to-:
r.rfcht at the home of Mrs. Anna
Arnold. 2256 Ford st.
(iales Scouts Attenil
Sah'iii St-out ("irons
GATES B.-y Scout troop 45:
and Cub Pack 45. accompanied tyj
Si -oiitmi.su r Gale Carey and Den;
Mother Allura Chance, attended;
the St cut circus in Salem last
wick.
Transportation was furnished:
by parents of the Scouts. Seven-;!
teen attended the circus.
former manager here
and now executive vice president
and general manager of the firm.
He said the local plant is one of
the coast's largest under one roof,
vvith a daily capacity of 750 tons.
He termed last year's addition of
fcSO.000 cubic feet or storage space graduates. A vear ago 1171 degrees
an expression of confidence in were conferred, with 807 two
Salem and the valley. years ago. 1
: Exhibits ranged from sweet-I A single baccalaureate service1
Record (fr:uhialcs
To, Require Three
OSC ( .ereinonies
OREGON STATE COLLEGE
With,, a record 1559 degrees to be
granted this spring, three separate
graduation ceremonies will be held
so as to accomodate parents of the
SENSATIONAL
At last what you've Been waiting (or
Insulated Side Wall Shakes
For New Homes
Tor Old Homes
This Panelthakes Is precision mads bom ' V Flr-Ttx In-,
sulation board, and Impregnated with purs asphalt, then
coated with non-ladina aranules.
All colorsi Silver Whits. French Gray. Russett. Forrest
Green, Nils Green, OlWs Blend, Autumn
Blend, Cream.
Material Only, or Contract Job
No Obligation For Estimate j
Willamette Valley Roof Co., Inc.
30 Lana Are.
Phone 3 9894
iiY the Most modern
COSTS $875 TO $2,428 LESS TO BUY
ROOFS Thai
Are TOPS
1
That's what our will he
when tl (STRUMS invuUtr it
with famous Cionrrr t-linl-kote
rooting.
Ceme in and ask about "Sha
dow I'vinl' for rcnnmiral. dur
able and colorful p r o 1 e-1 jo .
tiet a ruted- individual ap
pearance at moderate price with
Dutch Lap asphalt shin lev Oct
deep shadou lines and interest
ing hishltchU with Cedar lex
Thit kout.
Take 3 Years to Pay
Par as Little as $5 a Month
Free Koof Inspection
with no obligation eaUileL
It Tear Written Gaarsatee
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ur uutcm. ..l-. In-i-uii- onlv .a-h h.t the
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COMFAaUON CAS TO TMS MASM "oOO" AMFITT1
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GRADUATING?
There's no greater occasion
for having a New Outfit from
BISHOPS!
Delight that graduating senior with a new suit from Bishop's
where all style minded young men trade. Come in today and
see the new styles and fabrics awaiting your pleasure . . . .
gabardines, tweeds, glenplaids single and doubls breasted
Sizes 4 to 22, from
$10.00
up
BUY BISHOP'S & BUY THE BEST
GRADUATION ACCESSORIES
Belts By Hickoic Shirts By Kaynee
Hose By Phoenix Ties By Glick
Braces By Hickok
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SPORTCOAT
To complete that perfect combin
ation a sport coat is th( answer
. . . now available in new
spnng patterns and colors - -
from
SHOES
Longer wearing - - better locking
- - Bishop's shoes are a must with
the graduating "senior . . . hea
vy soles . . . plain foe, cap toe
end wing tips ... Popular cor
dovan color.
SLACKS
For a$y living after graduation
. . . new spring shades . .
continuous waist bands ...
new: fabrics and patterns to
choose from - . styled by Rough
Rider and Hollywood.
$6.95
up
$5.95
up
$4.95
BUY BISHOP'S 4 BUY THE BEST
BUY BISHOPS BUY THE BEST
! from up
BUY BISHOP'S 1 BUY THI BIST
BISHOP'S BOYS DEPT.
rJARDOW MOTORS
333 CENTER STREET
SALEM
"Where Lad Like Dad Buys His Clothes"
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