The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 24, 1949, Page 18, Image 18

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Interest in Russ
Just Curiosity
By Foger D. Greene
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Jen Van Evera . . . Happy
without a husV,l
Blonde Writer
Enjoys Life as
Bachelor Girl
i Judith Coolonf conceded uncer
cro -examinati6n today that ne
inouired reoeatedly about visit
ing Russia in the soring of 1948,
a year before the FBI seized hv
for allegedly stealing government
Ferrets intending to aid Mrsco.
But she swore it was iut rur
iority. not a deeire toj live with
the Soviets.
) Pale but composed after the
! ne.ir-hyfteria that marked her
!a:t two day on the witness
stand. Mis Coplon made the dis-
cicuire of the attcmoted lu'i: h j
venture as her two-month-otrt ,
csnionage trial 'moved toward toe i
end I
The verdict in the cace is ex
pected next week.
Miss Coploni was still on trie;
stand when court adjourned until
tomorrow. Chief Prosecutor Johai
M. Kelley. jr. told newsmen,;
however, he ejepect to wind -ip
I his cross-examination after arjout :
two more houifs.
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Youd do the hum thin officer, if something called yon . tramp"
r.r Cynthia Lowrt
AP ,' wnfratures Writer
NKW YOKK, June 2:t if Jean
Vi n Kvcra hadn't been able to f.nd
an apartment during the acute
housing shortage, she probably
never would have written a book
about the joys of single blessed
ness. .
"How to be Happy while
Single." Miss Van Evera's maiden
volume, was .conceived the glor
ious day in Washington, D. C,
when she moved into a tiny apart
ment all her own.
AEL Conclave
Hears !Af tack
On T-H Law
Gilliam Wheat
Harvest Starts
PORTLAND, June 23-P)-The
Pacific Northwest's wheat harvest
was underway in a small way
today.
The Melvin Millalo ranch in
EUGENE. June 23A5istaot Gtmam county Parted . its corn
Secretary of Labor Ralph WriKht bui eek - the first wheat
retary
told the Oregon AFL i convention
today that it vitally necessary
for the national to establish a more
.-Zounds! the blue-eyed onde V" -Id the ad
xcb.med herMlf as she de- is trying to raise the
f USS! J. fJiLl ! minimum wage from 40 to 75 cents
Id 11 1 1 . t v ujiit aia .....
init f.bout how wonderful it is to
be married. But scarcely anyone
has written a book on being happy
when you're waiting for The Day."
Happy With Job
She started thinking about the'
millions of young women who
were o'n the lookout or hunt for
The Right Man and she found
that it isn't as dreary a period as
it has been made out.
"For instance," she pointed out.
'"I'd never read much about the
joys of working at jobs you like,
your freedom to enjoy yourself
and your own friends, and being
able to cut loose and travel. And
no one ever did much talking
about the satisfaction of having
your ow n bathroom." .
Miss Van Evera also came up
with the conclusion that marriage
was bring held up to single girls
as the cure-!!.
Marriage Xo? Cure-All
harvesting reported in Oregon this
season. It is two weeks earlier
than usual, too.
Millalo reported his Rex var
iety wheat was running about 15
to 17 bushels per acre, about nor
irjal for his ranch, though below
last year's bumper yield.
Combining will not start in most
areas for another two weeks.
an hour. He pointed out that even
at 75 cents an hour the pay check
for a 40-hour work week would
be only $30.
Wright said ;a million and half
workers now covered by the wage
and hour law are being paid less
than 75 cents an hour.
The assistant labor secretary! ;
launched a verba! attack on what a Marion county circuit court
he called a "Taft" bill in congress j jurv Thursday awarded Harry
which would keep the "union-j Benson a $4,100 judgment for in
bunting" provisions of the present j juries sustained in an automobile
Taft Hartley law. He declared thnt i accident at Silverton in January,
its sponsors Jseem anxious to ! 1047. ,
$1,100 Judgment
Made In Accident
change the name of the Taft-Hartley
act, but little else about it.
Wright praised the Oregon AFL
for 47 years bf struggle to im
prove the lot of labor.
Earlier in the day the AFL's
politic-ill education director. H. Jo
seph Keenan, told the convention
delegates theyi have two friends
in Washington, D. C, Senator
LnncMcHS, corns, frustration, M, An..n?vn,
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ed wildly when he suggested the
AFL should take steps now to
keep Morse arid Angell at the cap
ital. I !
The judgment was returned
apainst Fred T. Crites and James
II. McEwan in Judge George Dun
can's order. Crites was the owner
and McEwan the driver of the au
tomobile involved in the accident.
Government
Ruled Out Of
Aluminum Case
PORTLAND. June 23-P-The
government today was refused the
right to intervene in the suit of a
group of farmers against Reynolds
Metals company.
The government had wanted to
enter the case in which farmers
contend the Troutdale aluminum
plant is hurting their crocs to
argue the necessity of aluminum
production.
Federal Judge James A. Fee
indicated the government still
could ask to intervene as a "friend
of the court" or under civil proce
dure rules, but the U. 'S. govern
ment attorney said he did not favor
either procedure. .
Hugh F. O'Donnel, special assis
tant to the U. S. attorney-general,
told the court that the government
has authorized expenditure of $2.
151,000 for equipment, to control
the fumes at the Troutdale plant.
The cae itself, in which far
mers ask an injunction to close the
plant, could not come to trial un
til the matter of the government's
intervention was settled.
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HIM TVlD?t, M5? ICO OUT 1
TBOCV FOR TUEkTO THE
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DICK TRACY
I -I LOST MV HEAD-BUT
HE OGSERVEX) HIS PATE.
HE WAD BLACkTMAJLED ME
AND THREATENED ME
FOR A YEAR.
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THOSE LIONS? THEY'VE
BEEN IN THAT SAME
SPOT ALL MOPNir
GET SOME PAW MEAT, JIM.
LETS SEE IE WE CAN GET
THEM OVER HERE
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MY WORD TO RFIURN HER TO
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THINGS UNKNOWN BV OUR
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HALL - THE CHIEFS ARE HOLOIN'A
MEEriW IN THERE - Atf fVE COT A
FEEUM' THAT THEYRE
TALKIN'ABOUTME
head cc'fis, i job dissatisfaction. I
she ticked off "They tell you now
that mairiage will cure them all.
I don't think so. 1 think the
chances are that you'll . be bored
after visiting the clergyman if
you were bored before."'
7 Miss Van JEvera is single and
following her own published ad
Vice, is reticent on her matrimon
ial plans But she certainly is no
dedicated spinster.
She's a successful magazine
writer, article-type. A native ot4
Kansas City, Mo., she jumped into
newspaper work after graduating
from Northwestern university.
There followed six hard-working
and satisfactory years as a re
porter on the. Kansas City Star, a
period a women's editor on a
Tucson, Ariz., paper and a spell
as a women's news commentator
on a southwest radio station.
Sold Mataiine Pieces
Then c:;me war and a staff re
porter job for the Red Cross in
San Fr.inrisco. After V-J day she
sold her first magazine pieces and
was off on a new career.
"I cfcme to New York, figuring
that was the fountain-head of
vmagazire offices," she said. "And
it was the height of the housing
shortage. I managed to. live, day j
FRIDAY'S BROADCASTS
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Plant Burns
At Medford
MEDFORD.i June 23-;P)-Ruins
of the Pinnacle Packing company's
plant No. 4 were still too hot to
day for insurance inspectors to
get inside and make an estimate
of the damage.
The fire started yesterday morn
ing and gutted the half-block long
fruit storage plant. Little, was left
except the high brick and concrete
walls.
Last night the flames apparently
cut a new, draft through the char
red inside walls and flared up
again. The blaze was still smould
ering today.
Company officials plan to
build the plant immediately.
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nrx i miiiiK rilieo. ,1 C7
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"Finally 1 found the Washing
ton apartment I was going to
commute to New York from there
and. it was the mot glorious
thmg that ever happened to me."
What's te theory abjut being
a girl alone?
"If cu'e any intelligence, you
can lie a very full, happy life."
she si-' id. "And you can enjoy
yourscii to the full.
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Contractors building the 440
foot bridge over Breitenbush river
. on the North Santiam highway
I exrect to complete the concrete
; decking job Jiuly 1. Marion County
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Unow has the concrete deckine
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atemcorary one. Never forcet
that, according to the mot recent
census, there are about a million
and a half eligible males to be
found. Of course, most of them
are sort of hard to land, but that
makes the whole thing more interesting."
commissioners said.
Look and Learn
By A. C Gordon
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1. What province of Canada
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city int the world?
4. Of what famous novel in
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2. Her sister. Mary.
3. Buenos Aires. ;
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5. Eighteen twenty-fourths, or
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