The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 17, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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BUILDING PERMITS LISTED
J. V. Epplng received a city
building permit Thursday to erect
dwelling and garage at 270 Can
laria ave., for $11,000. Other per
jftita went to Charles Stingier to
Iter a dwelling at 972 Spruce st
$60, and Mrs. Effie Morgan to re
roof a dwelling at 1467 Court St.,
$225.
Karakul Karpet. It's new, It's re
venlble, It's 1007 Irgin wool and
woven through and through, only
$4.95 sq. yd. Ph. J-7648 or 3-3364
FIREMEN MAKE RUN
City firemen were called to the
Stratton apartments, 570 N. Win
ter St., Thursday when an oil furn
ace backfired. Damage was con
fined to the heating system.
Time to install tbat air cooler for
home office store. Judson's, 279
N. Com'l. '
INJURED AT CANNERY
.Robert E. Lee, 455 N. 24th st.,
suffered chest injuries early
Thursday when he fell at the
Kelly Farguhar cannery. City first
aid men treated him and took him
home.
Launderette 1255 Ferry St. (
NEVIN TO TRAIN
Colbert B. Neyin, oaman reL
emit, from Salem, will begin a
ytwo-weeks reserve training cruise
June 25 on the USS Pickaway, an
v attack transport, from Seattle to
Ketchikan and return.
Mum plants 15c each this week.
The Flower Basket. 1020 Market
St. Ph. 2-4802.
LANDBERO IN WYOMING
PFC Charles R. Landberg. son
of Mrs. Milder' Landberg, 248 N.
' Commercial st., is training as an
nir force technician at Ft. Fran
cis E. Warren, Wyo.
Demonstration of George Garden
tractors at-2985 Brooks St., Wed.
and Thur., 1 to 5 P.M.
niirvnru rif re v Vf r
linciifr.,i s ssk..-, ,-ss.,isj
Certificate of assumed business
name us Hi's Shell station, Mt.
- Angel, was filed Thursday with
the Marion county clerk by Harold
L. Brendcn of Mt. Angel.
- Removal Sale, must vacate by
June 30. Radios, Recorders, office
inter-com, appliances, furniture,
fixtures, safe, supplies, etc. Bar
gain Prices. Court St. Radio &
Appli. 357 Court St. Ph. 3-3028.
CONTRACT PAINTER FILES
l"-. Harold Dunsmoor, 195 W. My
lers st., filed an assumed business
name certificate as Harold Duns
V moor, a contract painting firm,
Thursday with the Marion county
clerk.
Free Deepfreeze home freezer
clinic June 21st 7:30 pm. VFW
Hall. 630 Hood st. Door prizes
Sponsored by Yeater Appliance
Co.
The Ranch Manecr (Smorgas
bord; on every night o to 11. ,
Salem
Obituaries
Howell and
HJI, txth of
rt Myen of
Dr. Clifford
MOSS
Laura Bll Moss, at the homt of her
paughUr, Mn. l-estun W. Howell at
429 N. Capitol it., June 11. at the age
of S3 yean, burvlved by two aaugnicrs
Mr. Lrtton W. i Hilda
Mrs. Uod M. (Mabel)
ealem; a brother. Mark
ortland: four arandsons,
F. Hill. Ru-hnrd H. Hill. Hobert L. Hill
and Howard Hill, all 01 saiem; a great
granddaughter. Kathleen Anne Hill of
Falem, tw nfnt-w. Dr.' John W
Meyers of Oregon! City and Virgil V.
Myers - of Independence, and several
p- hew r'l meets in California anil
Missouri. Member of the Tint Christian
church at (Madxtone, Ore Setvues will
hm held rnduv. June 17 at 1:30 0 m. at
the Holman-Hanklna and Rilunre Fun
tral home In Oregon City under di
rection of Howell-Edwards chapel. In
terment 'will be at Mountain View
cemetery In Oregon City.
KKIXY
, Judge Perry R. Kelly, late resident of
V2 . 19th ll , it I local hospital June
14, at the age of 78 yearn. Survived
by his wife, Margaret A. Kellv of
Salem- a slater. Mn. Mary Hngur ol
IteraeW. Calif : a foster daughter Miss
Dorothy Cornelius. Salem; two nieces
and one nephew. Tuneral service! will
be Friday. June 17. at 3 'W pm. In
W. T. Rirdon chapel, with Dr. William
Wallace Youngaon. Portland, officiating
Ritualistic aervices under auspices of
Grand Lodge of A T. tt A M. of Oregon
Concluding services at Belcrest Memor
ial park.
TAKE DAUGHTERS HOME
Mothers taking baby daughters
home from Salem General hos
pital Thursday were Mrs. Estle
Buchanan, Salem route 9, box 838;
Mrs. Herbert L. Stiff. Jr., Salem
route 3, box 870: and Mrs. Lloyd
Dunn, Wren, pre.
The Knit Shop- will re-open Mon
day, June 20th. Ruth Nyburg.
190 N. Liberty.
Salem's unique; dining club. Shat
tuc's Chateau.
LEAVE HOSPITAL
Returning home from Salem
Memorial hospital Thursday were
Mrs. Allen Stevens and son, Rick
reall, and Mis. James Logsdon
and daughter, -Stay ton.
The Melodairs are playing at the
Burgandy Room. Shattuc's Chat
eau nitely.
Insured savings earn more than
two per cent at Salem Federal
Savings Association, 560 State st
CLINKER FILES NAME
LeRoy A. Clinker, 325 Ewald st.,
filed an assumed business name
certificate as 'Jefferson's Service
grocery at Jefferson Thursday with
the Marion county clerk.
State To Buy
Insurance From
Portland Firm
A contract for Insurance on
state-owned automobiles and
trucks was awarded to Dooly and
company, Portland, Thursday by
the state board of control.
The insurance Involves public
liability; property damage and
some medical coverage for one
year beginning July 1.
Dooly and company, represent
ing the General Casualty company,
submitted a second low bid of
83,498. Low bid of $74,717 was
received from the Truck Insur
ance exchange, and high bid of
$98,503 swas submitted by the Phil
Grossmayer company, Portland,
for the ; Travelers Insurance com
pany. Dooly and company has agreed
to launch a safety engineering
campaign to cost approximately
$15,000, state officials said.
Rummage sale Friday and Sat.
Chin Up Store. 1275 ft. Church.
Ph. 33018.
Dr. Harmon T Harvey announces
the removal of his office for he
practice of Diagnosis and Internal
Medicine to 906 Livesley Bldg.
Effective June 19. 1949. .Telephone
2-3641 for appointments.
BAIT COMPANY FILES
Certificate of assumed business
narhe as Northwestern Bait Supply
company was filed Thursday with
the Marion county clerk by L. A.
Wheeler, 248 JS. Church St., and
E. T. Barrett, 325 Union st.
Federally Insured Savings Cur
rent dividend 2 ,4. See First
Federal Savings First 142 S. Lib
erty. Phone 3-4944.
J. II. LALTERMAN ILL
Friends have been informed
that J. H. Lauterman. 475 N.
Summer st., ijs seriously ill and
confined to his home.
Shattuc's Chateau-Salem's unique
dining club.
Rummage Sale Friday, 988 S. Lib
erty 1st. Cong. Pre ject groupe.
YM Summer
Activities To
Start Saturday
A summer program for YMCA
members remaining in town will
begin at the "Y" Saturday and
will continue through the summer
with swims, movies, trips and
games. '
The -program is designed to
counter balance the "Y" annual
summer camp. This marks the
first "city program" at the YMCA
and is conducted by the Y work
secretaries.
In addition to regular swim
ming schedule the new program
will inaugurate a special "splash
day" each Monday at 2:15 p.m.,
beginning next week. They will
consist jof stunts, speed swims,
games and other features.
-Beginning this Saturday, a 'fun
lest" will be held daily in the Y
game rooms. These will start at
11 a.m.' and will continue daily
except Sundays.
Saturday's attraction will be a
movie and a display of model air
planes lit 10:45 a.m. by Raymond
Hughes- Lawrence Ped, Earl Cay
ton and Thomas Nash.
On other days the program will
include; hikes, trips to the beach,
track meets, treasure hunts and
bike rides.
Legion Drum Corps Prepares For Convention
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Rebearsali by the Capital post 9, American Legion, d
polishing ap their technique In preparation far t
tared above are, first row, left te right. Murray II
gent, Fred Dewey, and Jerry Clay. Second row, Le
Olson and Charier, Henry. Third row. Charles Bor
Ralph Solans. Ray Carl, Bud Ritchie, and Willla
Demogalla, Warren Eckles, Jim Nelson and Pat Ma
mm and bogle corps are progressing with members
be state Legion convention In Salem In August Pie
enley, drum major; Larry Walnwright William Lar
on Brown, chairman of drum corps committee; Stan
kman, George Day, and Dtck Kelm. Fourth row.
m Kelly. Others In the unit not pictured are Charles
rray. (Statesman photo.)
Jones on Radio
Network Panel
Ronald E. Jones, Brooks,' pre
sident of the Oregon State Farm
ers union, will speak on the net
work radio show "Cross Section
USA" Saturday. Station KOIN,
Portland, will carry the program
at 5-5:30 p.m. daylight time.
Chester Dusten, regional direc
tor of the CIO will join Jones
in speaking in favor of a Colum
bia Valley authority on the pro
gram. Opposing it will be David
Simpson, past president of the
Snider Cited
For Services
As Repairman
Fred M. Snider, owner v of City
Electric, Inc., Thursday received
an award of meritorious service
from the department of interior.
Portland Chamber of Commerce,
and Iowell Steen, president of the
Oregon Farm bureau.
The award, which consists of a
lapel pin, medal and certificate
and letters of oommendation,
signifies heroic efforts during pow
er line operations with the Bonne
ville power orews in 1942.
Two separate actions by Snider
were cited, one in the Eola hill
area when he led a crew for re
pair of a Bonneville line during
a sleet storm and another near
Talbot when he attempted to re-
8 air a broken Mne hanging over
le Santiam river. He used a row
boat in the latter action, the cita
tion reads.
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Seek Firemen,
Policemen Jobs
Approximately 40 men have
shown an interest in the coming
civil service examinations for city
firemen and policemen, it was
stated Thursday by Alfred Mundt
city recorder and civil service
commission secretary.
Mundt called attention to to
day's 5 p.m. deadline for return
ing applications, complete with
birth certificate. He said not all
of the 15 men who took out police
application forms and the 25 who
took out firemen's have returned
the completed applications.
Mundt said the commission
hoped for a new and full eligi
bility list as the tentative new
city budget calls for employment
of 10 new policemen and 20 new
firemen, at probationary starting
salaries of about $225.
In filing applications, prospec
tive policemen must also have
fingerprints and picture taken at
local police headquarters.
'Safety Week'
Slated Soon
Gov. Douglas McKay has urged
observance of "Safety Week," June
27 to July S, in connection with
the eleventh annual western safe
ty conference to be held in Port
land later this month.
Eleven western states, along
with Alaska, Hawaii, British Co
lumbia and Lower California, will
be represented at the meeting.
"I urge wholehearted coopers-
Neuner Overrules
Lake County Road
Fund Transfer
f:
Lake county is restricted to the
transfer of not more than S5"000
of Its county road fund, now ag
gregating $100,000, to the general
fund for general operating costs.
Attorney General George Neuner
ruled Thursday. 1
The county had sought to trans
fer $25,000.
"It appears obvious." Neuner
said, "that any transfer from th
road fund to the general fund
would result in a general obliga
tion against the county and if in
excess of $3,000 would be prohibit
en oy xne state constitution."
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Summer Jobs
Open In Navy
A hundred non-veteran high
school graduates are wanted for
two months of active duty thie
summer at Seattle's Sand Point
air station, the naval air reserxe
training unit in Seattle announced
Thursday.
Men selected will receive the
pay and privileges of seaman re
cruit and will be Issued uniforma.
Those interested :' in the program
which will' include practical work
on combat-type aircraft shoula
apply at Sand Point not later
than June 24.
tion in the splendid work that is
being done in all fields of accident
prevention," Governor McKay
said. "Individually we can de
much to reduce the number of
aecidents and the responsibility te
yours."
1'ublic
Itccords
UNO
L Jung Sing, at th rrsidrnc. S44
N. Commercial at , Jun 14, Survived
br widow. Dora Sins: ol Salem, and
four step-children. Harry Mun Gate
and Wr R. O. hsnir. both of Port
land. Ernest J. 8ln of Dclakr. Ore.
and M. Sft llelrn Mun Tavne with the
27TM"w!ii sV.S "rrn...V:! .r?: make restUutU.n for check.
Will US? r,mni.i, -w..- .... - - ' ...
a m. at the W. T. Rt1n chapH C on-1 George Gibbons. C 4 s c a q i a
CIRCUIT COURT
Arlene E. Schreiber vs. Alexan
der Schreiber:: Complaint for di
vorce alleging cruel and inhuman
treatment ask: $30 a month sup
port money and restoration of
plaintiffs maiden name of Arlene
Klampe. Married No. 7, 1948, at
Labish Center
Lawrence Kessel v$. Minnie E.
Kesei: Order7 for default of de
fendant. I f J ..
Mildred Alberta Hakunson vs.
Francis R. Toler; Order dismisses
complaint of plaintiff and orders
plaintiff to pay costs of defendant.
Marjorie Baker Young vs. Dor
othy Vap and others: Order dis
misses claims of plaintiff and or
ders plaintiff to pay ccssts Of de
fendants. Harvey Cox vs. Catherine Cox:
Complaint for; d I v 0 r c e alleging
cruel and inhuman treatment. Mar
ried April 15, 1946, at Yuma, Ariz.
PROBATE COURT t
John Henry Drinnon estate:
Order closes estate.
Mathew K. JRingwald guardian
ship estate: Ojrderi, appoints Geor
ge Ringwald guardian. !;
Caroline La Due estate: Order
admits will t( probate. ;
J. Harvey Yung estate: Order
approves final account and author
izes distribution.
municipal Court
David L. Bawue. 50 Beach ave.,
reckless driving, fined $35.
Edwin D. Lawrence, 1375 N.
Commercial st , reckless driving,
liquor involved, fined $100.
DISTRICT C'OI RT
E. J. SummerviUe, 1287 N. Com
mercial St.. charged with drawing
bank chech on insufficient funds,
pleaded guAty; 30 day jail sentence
suspended, placed on probation one '
year, ordered to pay court cot and
Kiwanis To Back
Nationwide Radio
Music Programs
Broadcasts of programs by 13
musical groups throughout the
United States will be sponsored,
beginning Saturday, by Kiwanis
International.
First bf the programs, scheduled
for 11:30 a.m. (DST) Saturday
over the Mutual network, will
feature;the Altoona Kiwanis choir.
Following on June 25 will be a
half-hour presentation by the
Amarillo a cappella choir and July
2. the Ponca City Kiwanis Glee
club.
Subsequent programs, conclud
ing on September 10, will feature
the Glendale Kiwanis singers, Chi
cago Heights Kiwanis choir. Boy's
Town concert choir; Witchita Ki
wanis i chorus, Columbus Boys
choir, :Boston Barber Shoppers
and the Denver Kiwanis Organelles.
SEABEES MEET TONIGHT
Seabee reserve company 13-9
will meet at 8 p.m., Fjiday at the
naval-marine training center.
VIOLAvIIEN'NE WILL SING
Viola,; Honne, a Chin-Up club
member, will ing On the club's
KOCO program Saturday at 3-4
p.m. Mrs. P. F. Thomas will be
her pianist.
Births
eluding service In IOOP cemetery.
MOORE
Vina Olive Moore, at the residence
In Turner. June 15. at the ace of 78
Years SurvJv,,1 DV three daughters
Mra. K. E. Hrllrmn of I.vona. Mr
Ruby Okt of Clallam Bar-,' Wash . and
Mr. Fannie OtiKh of Portland, five
son. Herman Moore of Salem. Chester
Moore of Bend. Charley Moore of
Warm Springs, Ore.. Alonzo Moore of
I,onirvlew. Wash., and Dewey Moore of
Detroit, Mich. Services will be held
Friday. June IT. at 9 30 am. at the
Jlowell-Edward chapel wttn interment
t City View cemetery.
WIRE
Wesley Matthew Wire, late resident
f 100 S IMh st . in this city. June 14.
at the ( of 63 years. Survived by
widow, Lura May Wire of Salem: a
daughter. Mary Wire of Salrm: two
brothers, the Rev. Melville Wire of
Salem and frank B. Wire of Portland.
Member of AT It AM lodge of New
berg and of the Methodist church. Ser
vices will be held Friday. June IT at
1 p.m. at the W. T. Rigdon chapel
with Dr. Charles Rarick officiating
Concluding services at Lee Mission
cemetery with graveside rltuallsuc
services by the Masonic lodge.
BEVCRIDGK -
Mrs. rnnte Beveridge. lat resident
ft 1483 Center st , at a local hospital.
T 'trsdsy, June 11. Survived by daugh
ter. Mrs. Helen Law of Salem: two
' grandsons, Robert Beveridge Law of
Eugene, and Joseph E. Law. Jr. of Sa
lem; also four great granddaughters.
Announcement of services later by
Clough-Barrtck chapel,
eHAcrrst '
Baby girl Bchaefer, Infant daughter
f Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Schaefer
C SaJem route 4. at a local hospital.
June IS. Survived by her sister. Sue
i haefer. Private services wtU be held
t Lee Mtssrton cemetery under direc
tion of uto C sough-Barries. cJaspcL
charged with; driving while in
toxicated. pleaded innocent, trial
set June 23. Posted $35p bail.
. Leslie Grazier. Auror. route 1,
charged with obtaining money by
false pretenses, bourn) over to
grand jury. Held in lieij of $1,000
bail.
MARRIAGE LICENSE I
APPLICATION'S
Perry Galeri Schrockj! 21, book
keeper, Scio, and Sophia Ardell
Miller. 18. clerk-typist, Hubbard.
Bill Kostenborder, 1$, sawmill
worker, Sublffnity, and Betty Jo
Harris, 18, secretary, Stayton.
Kenneth D. Ahrenkieli 20, labor
er, and Nina Wilma Roe, 17, dom
estic, both of 1 383 Elmaave Sa
lem, i . i
Irwin Scott) Adams, jr., 21. stu
dent, Milwaukee, and Elizabeth W.
Nelson, 21, student, 545 Leslie st,
Salem.
Alan R. Bice, 24, sawmill work
er, 1128n Edgewater st, Salem,
and Jeanne K. Rowley, 24, domes
tic. Independence. j
COME TO THE NEW
Paradise Islands
Ptcknkkiag gsrianmlng
New Mottora fTrs Ing Kooans
Swimming Peel Lastdseaping
S Mile East en Airport Read
Call 2-f02i for Pirate
Reservations
EDIGF.R To Mr. and Mrs.
Jamie Ediger. Dayton route 2,
a son. Thursday, June 16 at Sa
lem Memorial hospital.
BAKER To Mr. and Mrs.
Carroll Baker. 360 Evergreen ave.,
a son. Thursday, June 16 at Salem
Memorial hospital.
IIOTTINGER To Mr. and
Mr. Pied Hottinger, Stayton, a
daughter. Thursday. June 16 at
Salem Memorial hospital.
CARRIGER To Mr. and Mrs.
David Carriger. 690 S. Elma ave..
a son. ; Wednesday. June 15 at
Salem Memorial hospital.
MEEKER To Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Meeker. 2029 S. Church
st., a on. Wednesday, June 15
at Salem Memorial hospital.
ASBEND To Mr. and Mrs. C.
Moore As bend, 125 Harold ave.,
a daughter, Thursday'. June 16 at
Salem General hospital.
GRAVES To Mr. and Mra.
Donald L. Graves. 3198 D st, a
daughter, Thursday, June 16 at
Salem General hospital.
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