The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 21, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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MATIIERLY VISITS IIERE
AEC Barnes L. Matherly, sta
tioned with the navy at Hickam
field, Honolulu, arrived in Port
land Sunday by Pan-American
Clipper to ipend the next two
months at Willamette ' university
summer school here. He will visit
his grandmother, Mrs. Cordelia
Hcrrington, and, aunt, Mrs. Hujzh
McCain, in Salem. Mather ly
brought several boxes of Hawaiian
plemjrias leis and bird of para
dise flowers from the islands.
Road oiling, call Tweedie, 2-4151
or 3-5769. Cr
tikp niKTTfl nnunc
Going home from' Salem" 'ifem
orial hospital Monday were Mrs,
Frank Meeker, 2029k S. Church st.
and Mrs. James Ediger, Dayton
route 2, both wtth baby sons, and
Mrs. Jesse Luthi, Salem route 9,
box 452. with her infant daughter
MERCER GRADUATES I
PTC Ralph H, Mercer, jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Raljjh H. Mercer, sr.,
Salem route 5, has graduated as a
radio operator from the air force
communications school at Scott air
force base, Illinois, according to an SCHOOL ENTERED
air force press release. Mercer en- i Salem city police Sunday inves- tion.
listed May 18, 1958, and Ubk his liiate? a break-and-etry at Liv-i- She
RetirirTg from business. All merch.
to be sold regardless of cost. Come
in and. get a bargain. Fashion
Lounge, 142 S. High.
Mrs. Todd Files GiultyPlea oh:
Charge of Aiding Esca
peTry
-tars. Dolores Todd, who aided her husband. Jack O'Neill Todd,
is an unsuccessful escape attempt from Marion county jail June 5,
will be sentenced at 11 ajn., July 1 after pleading guilty in circuit
court Monday. Five other escape cases were in court Monday. ;
Mrs. Todd waived both grand jury investigation and time for
sentencing Judge George Duncan's circuit court. Her case was con
tinues for pre-sentence mvestiga
basic training
Texas,
was arretted June 8 by
at! Lackland base. : inpstone school which had occur-j j Sheriff Denver Young in her home
red recently. Entry to the building I at 2270 N. 4th st. She also has been
I ; hari Ivpn ainri thiwurH a rear i hfmnd over to the errand iurv on a
Karakul Karpet. It s new it's re- window but nothing was reoorted charge of unlawful possession of1
versinie, u iwa zirgin wooi aua nM.cine from the school
SAMUEL TO LEAVE NAVY
Calvin Ernest Samuel, coxswain,
of 480 S. 20th st., will be re
leased from the navy about August
10 following six years of duty,
his wife said Monday? He is now
at NoriOlK, va, awaiung """" nrH- Virgil ft riean of Portland
to. the USS Sierra from the USSj who m not know of the damagi
Grand Canyon. A navy news rt-! x u hi s not
lease published in Monday . .
Statesman 'erroneously reporter
woven through and through, only I
$4 95 sq. yd. Ph ZflfHZ or 3-3.164 j
UNDERPASS WIRES RIPPED !
A truck-trailer tarrying a ditch,
digger pulled down wires at the
underpass in north Salem, cjity po
lice reported Monday afternoon
Get your fireworks at Lamb's, 389
Evergreen Ave.
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$25.00 reward for information
leading to the conviction of per
sons dcT.odting garbage on the
The equipment belongs to Empire j highway. By order Marion County
Construction company of Portland. I
him on a 10-day cruise to Naples,
Italy.
Free Deepfreeze iome freezer
clinic June 21st 7:30 p.m. VFW
Hall. C30 Hood st. Door prizes
Sponsored by Yeater Appliance
Co.
GRADUATE AT STANFORD
Richard Max Page, Vivian Char
lotte Jones Eberwein and pianne
Worth, all from Salem received
bachelor of arts degrees last week
at Stanford university. Also gra
duating were John Elmer Reuland,
Hardin Glenn Holmes and Charles
David Fortrritller, all of Albany,
and Karl Nelson Retzer of Dallas.
Forlmiller and Retzer gained mas
ter's degrees.
Removal Sale, must vacate by
' June 30. Radios. Recorders, office
Jnter-com, appliances, furniture,
fixtures, safe, supplies, etc. Bar
gain Prices. Court St. Radio tt
Appli357 Court St. Ph. 3-3028.
;AMHILL SEEKS ADVICE -
H The Yamhill county court was
advised Monday that Marion coun
ty road employes will receive ft-rent-an-hour
wage Increases July
1. The Yamhill court had writ
ten that road employes there were
asking a 25-cent increase and
wished to know what Marion
county had done in this respect.
Salem's unique dining club. Shat
tuc's Chateau.
Insured savings etm more than
IIINDMAN RETIRES f
Notice of retirement t r o t
Woodburn Painting and Decora
ting service was filed Monday with
the Marion county clerk by Byron
two per cent tt- Salem Federal! H. Hindman and Willard H. At
Savings Association. 50 State it.- wood. Atwood filed certificate to
continue in the firm name.
The Ranch will be open at 11 a. m.
GOLDSMITH TO SPEAK
Dr. John Goldsmith of the Farm
ers' Union clinic jwill speak Wed
nesday at 7 p. m on the Oregon
Farmers' uniori f radio program
over station KOAC. It will be the
first of two broadcasts on the im
portance of the local department
of health in the rural community.
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Dr. Carl L. Holm, physician and
surgeon, announces the new loca
tion of offices at 429 Oregon Bldg.
Practice lif&ited to Orthopedic sur
gery and fractures. Ph. 2-7951.
COUNTY ROAD: NUMBERED
County road 711 now includes
JLowell, Clark ari Thorman ave
nues and part Qf Lawless street
in the Carlhaven addition off
North River. .road. The county
added these avenues to Dearborn
road in assembling the county
road 711 Monday.
TOWN SEND CLUB MEETS
Townsend Victory club 6 will
meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Olive Red
daway. 1421 N. Church st. The
women's auxiliary will meet at
2 p.m. Thursday at the same ad
dress. Auction tonight Glenwood.
SMEDLEYJN PACIFIC
Apprentice Seaman Charles E.
Smedley of John Day is serving
ft board the aircraft carrier USS
Rndova which recently returned
from the western Pacific. He is
thi son cf Elmer Smedley.
Federally Insured
rent dividend 21?
Federal Savings First 142 S Lib
erty. Phone 3-4944. .
ELLSON'flLF.S NAME !
E. F. Ellson, 3305 Knox st., filed
an assumed business name certif
icate with the Marion county clerk
Monday as EJlson'S
lunch, 989 . 12th st.
j Landscaping and designing. No job
i too hftpe or too small. F. A. Doer
Saving Cur- fler and Sons Nurserv,-150 N. Lan
rr. See First caster Dr. at 4 Corners. P. 2-1322
SCRIPT FIRM FILES
Certificate "of" assumed business
name as North0st Script com
pany, 360 jstate st, was filed Mon
day with the Marion county clcjk
by John Hunt. 1120 Center st.
Fpuntain-(-and E. D. Spencer, Salem route 8.
narcotics.
8 Other Cases Tried
Eight other cases were tried
in circuit court Monday, includ
ing those or three state prisor "on
victs charged with arson i con-,
nection with the flax shed ire at
the prison last November during
an attempted escape.
Paul LeRoy Gardner was sen
tenced to two years in the state
secutively with his present sen-1
tence.
Reuben Partlow, jr., was sen
tenced to one year in the state
prison. "He requested the ourt
to appoint an attorney for i ap
peal. The third convict, John LJward
Ralph, pleaded innocent o the
arson charge, and his case was con
tinued for setting a trial date. i
Pleads Innocent
Clyde L. Maitland pleaded in- '
nocent to a charge of escape from
the state prison and his case also
was continued for trial date.
Lawrence Osterman was ap
pointed attorney by the court for
Donald O. Jones, charged with
escape, and the case was continued
to July J for arraignment.
Imposition of sentence was sus
pended for Nellie Axberg, charged i
with obtaining money by false pre- j
tenses. She was placed on pro- t
bation for two years.
Robert Osborn, charged with i
contributing to the delinquency of
a minor, reecived a one-year sus- !
pended county jajl sentence, and ,
was placed on probation "three
years.
Leslie Grazier pleaded guilty to
a charge of obtaining money by J
false pretenses after waiving'
grand jury investigation. He re- j
ceived a six-months suspended i
county jail sentence. I
Local Tele Set
Pictures Fights
In Hollywood'
Another instance of freak tele
vision reception was reported
Monday when Val Klampe told
The Statesman he picked up sta- other.
tion KSTL In Hollywood, Calif., at
his home just east of Brooks Fri
day night f
The reception from a distance of
approximately 1,000 miles, was
similar to the contact between
Canada and Texas reported by the
Associated Press Sunday.
Klampe said he saw the Amer
ican Legion boxing matches in
Hollywood' between 8 JO and 11
p. m. The show, ie said, "came in
better than Seattle ever does."
I Television range normally is re
stricted io : a range of approxi
mately 75 miles, although Klampe
reports "fair to poor" reception
j from Seattle occasionally. -
Closest television stations to Sa
lem are SeatUw eiui Sani Francisco
Klampe said tus reception from,
Hollywood Friday night was jper
fect, even though his antenna was
directed to Seattle. He received
both the pictures and the sound.
Normally he gets either one or the
Th . Statesman, Salem. Oregon. Tusdar Tub 21. 1949--3
Drivc Defensively' Says
Winner of Safety Award
JOLIET, HU June 19 Otis
Wendling of Joliet, who drove a
truck 10 years without an accident,
has a simple formula for safety.
Wendling. whose employer ! gav
him a gold medal for his record,
says to other drivers "Drive de
fensively, as if other drivers are
dangerous maniacs." jj ;
The troubadors of I the Middl
Ages often carried bagpipes.
FRESH POULTRY
Fat, Young Poultry, All Kinds .
At Our Handy Location
i FinS MARKET
218 North Commercial
PURCHASE NEW HORSE
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Cross and
Raymond Cross have returned
from a trip south to San DifKO, j
Calif., where the former purcTias-
ed a valuable1 Arabian palomino j
filly. The purpose of the trip was
to match an Arabian palomino
filly owned by Raymond Cross.
The Mejodairs are playing at the
Burgandy Room. Shattuc's Chat
eau nitcly.
TAMAI E FIRM NAMED
Certificate of assumed business
name as Old Timer Tamale, a firm
manufacturing tamales, was filed
with the Marion county clerk
Monday by N. C. Toy, 2080 Jel
den st.
Shattuc's Chateau-Salem's unique
dining club.
NEW OFFICERS DI E
New officers of Hollywood Lions
club, led by Carl Gies as president,
will be installed Wednesday at the
club luncheon in! the Lion's Den.
The Ranch will be open at 11 a. m.
Hard of hearing? See the one unit
Beltone Hearing Aid priced as low
as $75. Batteries fpr all makes of
hearing aids. James Thft and As
sociates, 218 Oregon Bldg. Phone
Salem 2-4491.
The Why of the Hospital Di ive
Births
RICHARDS To Mr. and Mrs.
Ilmer Richards, 1354 S. 12th st.,
son, born Monday, June 20, at
Salem General hospital.
VINCENT To Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Vincent, 1145 N. 5th1t.,
son, born Monday, June 20. at
Salem General hospital.
STOLLER To Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Stoller Dayton route 2. a
daughter, born Monday, June 20,
It Salem General hospital.
BILLINGTON To Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Billington, Lyons route
1, a daughter, born Monday, June
20, at Salem Memorial hospital. '
FUGMAN To Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Fugman 1190 S. 22nd st.,
a son, bdrn Monday, June 20, at
Salem Memorial hospital.
. Don't MissCrv
Satan's )I
( HellDivers II
) JUNE 24
11 Hollywood Bowl J J
8 p. m, if
J) 2 Hour
, Thrilling Show V
Sponsored by
SALEM POLICE
AERIAL PATROL
(Editor's Note-Thi- Salrm HospiUI Development Program calls for the i
",M"i " '.'" n me irm area. Tne campaign Is now In progress and
will be brought to, the general public within a few weeks.
If you have questions you want answered, write to the hospital program
headquarters. 31S N. High st. or phone 2-3851. If you have experienced difficulty
In getting hospital accomodation, tell the program office of your experience.)
Here's today's question:
QUESTION:
What is the justification for
saying that theiSalem community
needs 200 more general hospital
beds and equipment?
ANSWER:
The Oregon State Board of
Health made a survey of Ore
gon in 1947 and, on the basis of
accepted standards of need, said
Salem should have 184 addition
al general hospital beds.
Many people who should have
had hospital Care could not get
suitable rooms and have fought,
out their illnesses at home or. be
hospital care if proper conditions
prevailed in this community.
There is no: way of knowing
just who all the people are who
needed hospitalization but who
could not get it as they; needed
it, but there is a way of forming
a dependable; opinion pf how
many should have had hospitali
zation and who would have had
care if proper conditions pre
vailed in this community.
It is reasonable to assume that
the people in iSalem community
are at least an average of good
American communities. It is on
this . assumption and upon the
fact thct one person in eight has
a hospital experience every
twelve months if adequate hos
pital beds arejavailable that the
Federal and State Health Au
thorities say 4 hat Salem needs
184 additional general hospital
beds. '
If Salem hospitals had still
fewer beds, still more people
would have toi' fight their illness
es out at home regardless of con
sequences. QUESTION:
What reason does anyone have
for believing that $1,100,000 can
b- raised in this community for
hospital construction and im
provements? ANSWER:
The Salem hospital service
area is certainly above the aver
age community fn per capita
wealth, per capita income, and
standard of living. Other com
munities are raising funds to pro
vide adequate hospital care for
their people. Here are a few re
cent examples in this section of
country.
Went tehee, Washington with a
population of 12.000 peonle serv
ing an additional 8.009 raised
$308,000; an avcrape of $15.40
per person.
Yakima, Washington with a
population of 35,000 nnd serving
an additional 35.000 raised $1,
650,000; an average of $23.57 per
person. v
Newport, Oregon with 5,000
people subscribed $104,000; an
average of $20.80.
Bend, Oregon and community
of 20,000 subscribed $430,000; an
average of $21.50.
Prineville, Oregon and com
munity Of 8.000 subscribed $383,
000; art average of $47.87.
And Nyssa, according to an
editorial in the Oregonian, sub
scribed $89.00 per person for a
new hospital.
Salem with 50,000 and serving
30,000 more can subscribe $1,
100,000 on an average per per
son of $13.75.
RCA
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Through June Only
Downstairs Oregon Building
State and High 3-8632
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On Terms: $15
Down. 24 Months
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155 N. Uborty
RETIREMENT NOTICE FILED
Theodore O. Haley filed a no-
tree of retirement from assumed
Dusiness name as aiem fie com- i
pany Monday with the Marion
county clerk.
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Auction tonight. Glenwood.
SERVICES FOR SCIIINDLER
Funeral services for Paul j
Schindler, 51, resident ftf Portland:
for 27 years and a brother of Mrs.
Ina Meier of Salem, were held
Monday in Portland.
Air-Steamship tickets anywhere.
Kiitfel 3-7fiCU 73SrN fnnitnl Rt
MOTHERS GO HOME j
Mrs. Don Graves, 3198 D. st., i
and Mrs. Ellwyn B. Lambert, 3415
D. st., took their infant ughters
home from Salem G .Tal hos
pital Monday.
VZSZUMBGJ SPRINKLERS
MAKt LAWN CARE AS y
focK Grn Spot sprinklor hot n .
dertrifVolly Mgntrf o do its, job axcoodingly
CKooso lh model bost swifd to you
foqwirements with the osswronc rHot
tt will wotor your lawn thoroughly.
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V1
(fuatfpot TWO-ARM
ADJUSTABLE SPRINKLER
Th ristocrf of l iprinklr nd
lto ths moit rjt;l. Will water ny
lilt or Kp ares up to 46' in dism
r. Sprsy can be adjusted from fin
mist to coarse Keaw rain. Solid brass
arms and nonUs
THREE-ARM SPRINKLER
TK finast fhrto arm sprlnllaf. Fro
vides correct water coverage for bast
growth of grasj. Walr art 40' in
diameter. Solid brass moving parts:
east iron base can't tip.
WIS VJBBU'S Hti TORE
Ahuainnn
CLOTHES
dryeh
For Outside
Installation
BUILT to LAST
With strongly braced
channel pressed, non rust
ing support arms.
Made to fold and be easi
ly removed for storing.
Weighs only 6V lbs.
Has 110 ieet strong cotton
line.
Regular 11.75
795
NOW
You Save 3.80
GALVANIZED
Fly Screen
14 Mesh
Choice oi Widths
8 Sq. FL
BRONZE
Non Rusting
Fly Screen
In Several Widths
Reduced
To
13c
Sq. Ft
s
Here's A Light Weight
Easy to Push
Lawn Hower
With 516 inch crucible
steel blades. Has 10 inch
rubber tired wheels. En
closed gears and ball
bearings that assure quiet
and smooth operation. A
mower that will SAVE
YOU MONEY.
1335
llirro-I'Iaiic
Aluminum
Pressure
Cooker
And
Canner
With
Automatic
Gauge
4 Qt Size
8 Qt Six
13s5
1895
SPECIALS for I1AS0HS & PLASTERERS
Baker Trowel $t?.. now 269
Nichols Trowel gj1, - 289
Aluminum Floals io - - 79
Rubber Floals Reg. 1..95 - l19
Brick Trowels . 30
Pointing Trowels - s 15
Margin Trowels Rer. 1.00
- 79
Wood Hawks ttt. 1-1S - 69
Edgers Rer. ss
59
Groovers tg. x.23 - 89
Floats Rer 2.6O - " 1"
5 Foot
Step Ladder
Made from carefully selected
lumber. Each step is rein
forced with a steel tie rod.
Has bucket shelf. Light In
weight
SPECIAL
369
REDUCED PRICE
ON
Rubber Hose
50 feet, of black rubber hose
in standard 58 inch site
with reinforcing cotton braid.
Factory coupled.
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lUPtt-CINCH H0SE C0UPIINC
Kflwm MMt .yplie
Melt fcosw
teet-e.ee.
G00SI NECK
Cert
Stops Hose Kinking
Protects Hose
95c
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Nesco
Blue Enameled
Cold Pack
Canner
With holding rack. Made
to process seven quart
Ian at a time.
Regular 1.98
NOW
155
Adjustable
Brass Hoso
Nozzle
49 c
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UttSftipOt"V
CONNECTOR
Ktopt two occottorioi or koioi eofctf
t H um time. Attaches to f awoot
or end of hot ittto.
Lonf-tfe cost brata. kali-proof.
85 c
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Phone 3-31C3
36 R COMMERCIAL ST. SALEMi OREGON
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