The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 10, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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City Mews BHeis
GEOLOGIST FIELD TRIP
The Salem Geological society
will leave Collins hall at 1:31 p.m
Sunday for a field trip to the
quarry of the Tuff Building Block
company, five miles northeast of
C..L1: T"V. wr.t i n alcs U.'i11
visit other points in the Salem
area. Reynolds Oh mart is in
charge.
MOTHERS. BABIES LEAVE
Dismissals at Salem General hos
pital Thursday included Mrs. Jack
O. Knedler and son, 1885 Waller
St., Mrs. Benjamin M. Dawson and
son, 1090 N. 15th St.. Mrs. Everett
; Morris and son, Salem route 6,
j Mrs. Richard Hoover and daughter,
jGervais, Mrs. Anthony Buisman
and son, baJem route 3, box 865.
Marimba Concert. Monday June
13th, 8:15 P.M. BushSchool Audi
torium. No admission. ruDiic in
A. A. La r sen, for more than 12
years with Hawkins & Roberts in
the Real Estate business, has mov-
vited. Wiltsev Music Studios. Ph ed to Center & Hih with McKillop
3-7188. Real Estate. Ph. 3-8620.
PLPPET SHOW CHANCED
The daily puppet shows bem
given by Raymond Braaten and
Brute Goldblatt this .ummer will
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DC pel iui nicu ' v -
home, 1865 S. Church st., instead
of at Leslie plavground, the young
performers announced Thursday.
Shows ire given at 130 p m. on
weekdays.
Laui derette 1255 Ferr St. i
RENT CONTROL SPEECH
Removal of rent controls wher
ever justified under provisions of
the 1949 federal rent act will be
discussed by Ward Cox in a broad
cast heard locally over KGW.
Portland, at 11:15 p.m. (DST
Friday. Cox is head of federal
lent control in the ve-t.
Royal Neighbor' .rurnmaee and
white elephant sale over Green
baum's Fri. & Sat. Abo cooked
food &c candy at Portland Gas -i
Coke office Fri. only.
MOLLIS I.VNAYl MANEUVER
James B H'.llis. A S, recently
participated in "Operation Mov
ing Van" a rirfvy training maneu
ver, while aboard the aircraft
carrier U.SS Valley J'orge. He is
the son of Guy N. Mollis, 468 S.
Capitol t. O
Bill Porr Battery 'and Gen
erator Shop i.s no.v located at 370
S. Lancaster Dr. Open evenings
until 7:00. '
MARKET NAME FILED j
A certificate of aumed busi-,
ness name as Schaub's maiket A'as
filed Thursday with the Marion j
county clerk by George G. and I
Faye E. Schaub, both of 245 Alice!
vet j
Hank of Manhattan Stockholders.
Rights ate now being traded. For j
asist.'iuf e writ; or call Conrad,
Bruce & Co. Oregon Bldg, Ph
8-4106.
MOIM.ETS NAME FIRM I
Harvey Clifford and Ra Elaine i
Motiltet, Stayton Tiled an assumed (
business name certificate as San- j
Ham Sanitary -ervjce, Stayton. i
with the Marion county clerk ;
Thursday. j
Karakul Knrpet. It's new, it's re-,
versible, it's 100'i virgin wool an.j
woven through and through, only
$4.95 sq yd. Ph 3-7648 or 3-3364
JI'DGE BRAND ON TRIP
Justice James T- Brand is in
Oberlin Ohio, to attend the 40th i
anniversary of his class and the j
commencement exercises at Ober-
lin college. He will go on to Long
Island to visit his daughter and
family before returning. J
For a wonderful vacation, Llston
Lodge offers the best facilities on ,
coast. Ocean view cottages Brine
your family, children will love .1
Write for rates. Oceanlake. Oreg i
Ph. 471. Orville & Ada Cox, new
mgrs. j
QI'ARTET MI SIC ON AIR j
The national finals of the bar- ;
ber shop quartet singing contest
will be aired locallv over KSLM
Saturday from 9:30 to 10 p m., I
daylight time, according to word
from that station. The program
will emmanate from Buffalo, N.Y.
Peonies, Funeral sprays. 3-7 124.
MOSES ADAMS IN EAST
Mwes P. Adams is visiting at
his former home in Portland.
Maihc. While there he attended j
"Oldtimers' Night" at the Masonic :
lodge where he was initiated
many years ago. He made the j
trip by air. I
Special. We have a good supply
of young hen tuikev.. 35c lb. C
S. Orwig Co., 4375 'Silverton Rd
Ph. 2-6128.
Rf lMANN CASE DISMISSED
The case of Leland Reimann, ,
19, of 245 Division ft . charged with
larceny, wus dismissed after a
preliminary hearing in Marion'
countv district court Thursday. i
Road orlmg,"Vall Tweedie, 2-4151 1
or 3-5769.
HANDLE TO C.RADl'ATE j
Jack Crawford Randle. son of !
Mr. and Mrs. L H Randle, 2705 I
rot Hand' rd., w ill receive his !
1'i.chelor of rt degree Monday at I
the t'nivers-ity of Colorado.
Federally Insured Savings Cur
rent dividend 24 1. See First
Federal Savings First. 142 S Lib
erty. Phone 3-4944.
KEITH BROWN TO SPEAK
Keith Brown will speak on the
Willamette valley lumber industry
at the Salem Credit association
luncheon Friday noon in the Gold
en Pheasant restaurant.
Come to Summer school at the
Capital Business College. Classes
starting June 13. You can get
shorthand, typewriting, account
ing, filing, mathematics, calcula
tor, spelling in the morning. Phone
l-5i87.
BREAKS WRIST IN FALL
Aron Johhson, 19, incurred a
broken wrist Thursday when a lad
der slipped while he was washing
his houe at 522 N. 21st st. He was
taken to Salem Memorial hospital
for treatment by the Salem first
aid car. -
TRANSIENT CUTS ARM
David Chandler, a transient, was
treated at a local hospital Thurs
day after a cut on his arm at iT
cafe at 2725 Portland rd. The Sa
lem firt aid car was called.
TAKE SONS HOME
Leaving Salem Memorial hospi
tal Thursday were Mrs. Lester
Honey, llltvfith st.. West Salem,
and Mrs Alex Flores, Salem route
i 7, box 232F.
POG BITE REPORTED
Evvcn Evenoff, 17, Salem route
9. box 656, was treated by Salem
first aid men Thursday after a dog
had bitt-n his fingers.
PENSIONERS SCHEDULED
The American Pension club will
meet Saturday night at 8 o'clock
in the Salem Woman's clubhouse.
Ex-Editor'Dies
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George Meyers,
61. Siieeumbs
Due to Stroke
George A. Meyers. 727 S 12th
st., died at a local hospital Thurs
day following a stroke. He was" 61
years old and had been in failing
health since a heart attack two
years ago. .
Meyers, who came here with his
fiimrty about 12 years ago, was a
roofer by trade. His last employ
ment was with the Mathis Bi oth
ers Roofing: 'company.
He was born at Princeton. Ind,
Nov. 30, 18R7, and was married at
Aberdeen, D, Sept. 27, T920.
He wa a mt mber of the Scottish
Rites Masonic order at Aberdeen.
Surviving.; besides the widow
are a son, George E. Meyers, and
three daughters, Marjorie Meyers,
Marvel Meyers and Mrs. George
W. Thomas all of Salem: two
sisteis. Mrs.; J. S. Herriot of In-
dianapobs. Ihd . and Mrs. Arthur
Taylor of Cle'and. Ohio; two
brothers, Edward Meyers of San
Francisco and William' Meyers.
Services will be from the
Clough-Barriek chapel Monday at
10:30 am. with the Rev. L. L.
Rice officiating. Interment will be
at Belcrest Memorial paik with
ritualistic rites by Salem lodge 4,
AF & AM. 7
Clarence M. Rrnerson. 74, former
stale industrial accident com
missioner and Oregon Labor
Press editor, died In Portland
Thursday.
C. Mo'Rynersoii,
Former State
Official, Dies
PORTLAND. June 9 -iJP)- Clar
ence Mortimer Rynerson, former
member of the state industrial
accident commission and editor of
the Oregon Labor Press for 25
yearsj died at his home here to
day. He was 74. Rynerson suffered a
stroke more than fqur years ago
and never recovered fully.
A native jf Manchester, Ind.,
he came here 45 years ago and
woiked on several newspapers be
fore becoming editor of the Labor
Press;. He resigned this post in
1939, to accept an appointment by
Gov Charles Sprague to the state
j industrial accident commission,
j Later he was auto license man
j ager of the secretary of state's
offi e on P Hand's east side. He
"had served as secretary of the
! Multnomah county republican
comittte and was active in Ma
sonic affairs.
The widow and two sons survive.
Summer Music
Program for
Children Read
Salem's suminer music program
for school children will start Mon
day. A part of the playground
recreational project sponsored by
city- and school officials, it will
provide free lessons on band and
orchestra instruments.
Directing the program is E. Don
old Jessop, supervisor of instru
mental music at Salem schools.
H urged all students interested
to avail themselves of the oppor
tunity Thursday, stating "they
sometimes make as much progress
in the two summer rrfnths as they
do all winter."
Grade school students living on
the north side of Salem will take
their lessons at Salem high school
with beginners coming at 9 a.m.
Rids Opened on
Salem Postoffice
Hedeeoralion Job
R. A. Neuman and Son, Mc
Minnville, has entered a low bid
of $9,479 for the contract to re
decorate the interior of Salem
postoffice and construct and repair
sidewalks in the block.
Other firms entering bids were
Lorcntz Bruhn, Portland, $10,989;
Robert L. Forster. Salem, $11,198;
Iuis -Neumfln, Salem, $11,682; and
Grohne Co.VDecatur. 111., $11,882.
L. W. Fi ieberg, division engineer
at Seattle : will announce the
awarding of the contract in a few
davs
Included in the project is re
painting of .interior and portions
of exterior,', repair of tar-gravel
not, some masonry repairs and
marquee repairs. Also included
is a new sidewalk oh the Court
st'ect side between Church and
Cottage, repair of walk on Church
street side of postoffice block and
repair of parking cement in front
of 'the building.
College Adds
2 Professors
Two new assistant professors
were added to the Willamette uni
versity law faculty Thursday. The
men are John Charles Paulus ,gra-
I duate of University of Iowa, and
; Edwin Wright Butler, who received
! hi. education in Louisiana.
Paujus received his bachelor of
arts degree from University of
Iowa in 1946 and his doctor of
jurt priidcnce degree two- yeais
later from the same instruction.
He is a member of the Iowa bar
and the Order of Coif, Hamma ta
Gammai, law fraternity.
Butler took his bachelor and
master of arts degrees from Louis
iana State university. He will re
ceive his bachelor of laws degree
from University of Colorado school
of laws this August. While at
Colorado he has been an instruc
tor In business law and prior to
that vras a graduate fellow at
Louisiana State and an instruc
tor at University of Tulsa.
STREET CONTRACT GIVEN
The state ; highway commission
aw arded a $24,059 contract Thurs
day for improving two streets in
Milton and Freewater. The con
tract went to the Newport Con
struction company and Russell Ol
sen. Portland. The job calls for
grading and surfacing .64 miles
and oiling 557 miles on Davis
street in Milton and or Washing
ton street in Freewater.
Forum to Discuss
Parking Problem
Salem's controversial off-street
parking issue will be discussed in
KOCO radio forum from 7:30-8
p.m., today.
Ralph Nohlgren. Kenneth Perry
and Robert DeArmond of Mayor
R. L. Elfstrom's committee oi
parking will speak in favor of
an occupational tax to finance
construction of parking lots.
Terry Randall, Everett de Weese
and Ed Randle, representatiing
certain north, south and east Sa
lem business groups, will pre
sent their suggestions for financ
ing the lots. Dr. Robert D. Gregg;
dean of the college of liberal arts
at- Willamette university, will be
moderator.
Apprenticeship
Board Posts Filled
Robert M. Robson and Jess Joy,
both of Portland, were named
Thursday by Gov. Douglas McKay
to the state apprenticeship council.
Robson, who represents employ
ers, succeeds H. R. Kreitzer, Port
land, s Joy succeeds C. E. Holzer,
Yamhill.
The governor said Kreitzer and
Holzer had asked not to be reappointed.
CHIMNEY FIRE ON 12th
The Salem fire department was
called to the Ed Fikher residence,
176 N. 12th St., at 10:55 a.m.
Thursday to extinguish a chim
ney fire.
Insured savings earn more than
two per cent at Salem. Federal
Savings Association, 5GQ State St.
SF.ABFES TO MEET
Sulem organized- unit of navy
Sea bees will meet tonight at 8
pm. in the naval training center
jv IT'S EASIER
TO SAVE MONEY
(f' with Salem Federal
"". Soving-by-Mqil brings
Ajt I odditions to savings ac-
f , (ounh by mail. Funds cur-
. rentier torn 2 Vi o year.
560 State Street
l Facing Court Hous
SALEM, OREGON
SAVINOI FEDERALLY INSUltD
and advanced students at 10 a.m.
Mondays through Fddiy.
South side classes will be eon
ducted similarly at Leslie Junior
high from 1 to 3 p.m., with begin
ners lessons the first hour.
A special session will be held
at 7:30 p.m. Thursdavs at Salem
High school for beginners who
are not able to attend daytime
classes.
Orchestra practice will be held
Mondays at 7:30 p.m. at Salem
high school. Advanced students
from West Salem, Parrish and
Leslie Junior high schools will
participate with high school orch
estra members. A swim in dinger
pool will top off these sessions.
Tuesday will be high school
band night. Students who will be
in ninth grade next fall are eligible
for these 7:30 p.m. sessions which
will be followed by a swim in
the pool. V
Junior high iarid will practice
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays at Salem
high school. Pupils who complet
ed sixth grade last semester are
eligible, and they, too, will hive
a swim afterwards.
Public
Records
The Slot man. Salt nu OTXjon. Friday. Jun 10. 194S--a
PROBATE COURT
Gurine Hatteberg estate: Ap
praisal at $25,138.
Lida E. Cranston estate: Final
account hearing set July 15.
Gussie A. Niles estate: Order
authorizes administrator to dis
charge mortgages and make new
loans.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
APPLICATION'S
Curtis Lawrence Bach, 29,
traffic manager, 520 S. 25th st.,
and Lala Lee Stevens, 19, steno
grapher, 3995 Cherry st., both of
Salem.
Carroll T. Keasey, 23, civil en
gineer, Vernonia, and Charlotte
Reeves, 20, clerk, 1055 N. 16th st.,
Salem.
George Kenneth Sample 29, mill
worker. Falls City, and Dorothy
Gladys Patterson. 19, office work
er, 2570 Maple ave., Salem.
Charles Christian, 22. student,
Denver, Colo.,-and Olga Torvend,
20, student, Silverton.
Herman Hanson, 26. foreman,
Portland, and Evelyn B. Halvor
son. 26, accountant, 1670 N. 17th
St.. Salem.
Gilbert L. McCullough. 25. body
and fender worker, Gervais. and
Betty P. Jacques, 19, clerk Port
land. Donald F. Scheelar, 21. sales
clerk. 995 N. 5th St.. and Deisa
Lee Holmes, 22, nurse, 2155 Laurel
ave., both of Salem.
CIRCUIT COURT
Arthur Frederick and Pearl Ed
na Thompson vs R. W. Kanz and
I others: Order confirms sale of real
property.
Nancy M. Emmons vs Floyd H.
Emmons: Defendant files "motion
for new trial.
Anna M. Hansen vs Pacific
Greyhound Lines and others: Or
der sets June 30 as final date
Greyhound lines may file motion
for new trial.
DISTRICT COURT
Richard Carter, 1275 S. 12th st.,
charged with unlawful manage
ment of a water craft, prelimin
ary examination held, bound, over
to grand jury; posted $750 bail
Mrs. Dolores Todd. 2270 N. 4th
rt, charged with aiding an im
prisoned person to escape, pre
liminary examination set June 14;
charged with unlawful possession
of nanctics, pleaded innocent,
trial set June 16; -held in lieu of
total of $1,500 bail.
Leland Reimann, 245 Division
St., charged with larceny, cse
dismissed after preliminary examination.
McKay Asks Support
For Red Cross Drive
Gov. Douglas McKay Thursday
asked state officials and employe,
as well as all citizens of Oregon, to
support the Red Cross blood donor
program.
"Thirty minutes is all the time
one needs to give but that JO
minutes may mean years and yeaia
of life for the individual who re
ceives the gift." McKay said.
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