The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 07, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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City News Briefs
Iowa World War II veterans'
bonus forms are now-being distri
buted, the Oregon department I
veteran affairs was informal this
wefk. Former Iowa veterans
must write directly to' the World
War II service compensation
board at Des Moines for blanks.
Information also is available from
local state and county veterans
service officers.
Sale Household goods. Bush
bsmt, 600 Mission, Fri., 10 to 4.
The Melodairi are playing at the
Burgandy rloom. Shattuc'i Chat
eau nitely.
-Lee Eyerly obtained a permit at
the rity hall Wednesday to erect
a one-story office, building at 1980
Fairgrounds rd. for $5,350. A $3,
800 permit to erect a hew dwelling
at 1474 Hickory st. went to James
. N. Smith. Alteration permits were
issued to Walter Karau, dwelling
at 450 S. 14th st., $2,500, and C. L.
Mingle, duplex at 410 '14th st.,
Young beef for lockers. 39c lb
4375 Silverton Rd. C. S. Orwig
Ph. 2-6128.
Shattuc's Chateau-Salem's unique
dining -club. .
An assumed business name
certificate for Salem Automobile
Driving school, a firm giving in
structions for passenger automo
biles, was filed with .the Marion
count v clerk Wednesday by Geo
rge E. Brant.
Salem's unique dining club. Shat
tuc's Chateau.
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Insured savings earn more than
two per cent it Salem Federal
Savings Association. 560 State it.
O. J. Sundale filed a notice of
retirement from the Sundale ex
change and tiled an assumed bus
iness name certificate for Sun
dale market at 594 N. Liberty st.
Karakul knrpet It's new. It's re
versible, it's100 irgin wool and
woven through and through only
$4 95 sq ydPh 3-7648 oi 3-3364
Road oiling, call Tweedie 2-4151
or 3-5769.
Burson G. Ireland, 1112 Nebras
ka st., filed an assumed business
name certificate for Ireland's
Meat Market. 2715 S. Commercial
st., with the Marion county clerk's
Office. '
federally Insured Savings Cur
rent dividend 2Vt. See First
Federal Savings First t42 S Lib
erty. Phone 3-4944.
PHILLIPS To Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Phillips, Independence, a
daughter, Tuesday. July 5, at Sa
lem General hospital.
CRAFT To Mr. and Mrs. John
Craft, 2535 Maple ave., a daughter,
Wednesday, July 6, at Salem Gen-f
ral hospital.
LOVING To Mr. and Mrs. Har
lan Loving, 360 S. 21st st., a daugh
ter, -Wednesday, July 6, at' Salem
General hospital.
POWELL To Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert .Powell, 2895 S. Commercial st.,
i son, Wednesday, July 6, at Sa
em General hospital.
HAYES To Mr, and Mrs. Dean
YJIayes, Turner, a son, Tuesday,
July 5, at Salem Memorial hospi-
Dr. Wilmer $mith, 730 Tillman
st., chief medical adviser for the
state industrial j accident Commis
sion, has been notified of his elec
tion to the;- American' Association
for Surgery oftne T.auma. The
.rgar.izatiori is ffcr physkians prin
ctoaUy inteistejd in treatment of
injuries. He is nejof three Ore
gon members. j.
Landscaping and designing. No job
too large or tof small. F. A. Doer
fler and Sons Nursery, 150 N. Lan
caster dr. at 4 ?orners. P. 2-1322.
Hard of Hearing? Factory rebuilt
Bel tone 1 unit hearing aids. Guar
anteed good as hew as to appear
ance and performance. $35 & up
228 Ore. Bldg. !Ph. 2-4491. 1 wk.
A notice ofi- retirement from
Cozy Corner Confectionery was
filed Wednesday by Henry Lay
man of Woodburn with the Mar
ion county clerk.
Special Sale, children's cotton
dresses. Margaret's Shop, 423
Court. '
Beat the heat with an air cooler
from Judson's. f
Supreme Court Justice Harry
H. Belt who recently underwent
surgery in -Portland, returned -to
his home in Salem yesterday. His
physicians havef reported his con
dition as satisfactory.
Equity, F. H. A finance all mod.
2 B. R. home Choice location
Approx. $2200 ii required. Owner.
Ph. 3-1727. I
The Flower Basket 2-4802.
The creative fart group of the
Salem Art association will meet
at Emmett Drlnnon home, 610
Hoyt st., Thursday at 7 p.m. to
start on a sketching trip in the
McKinley school district. .
Quick service! New glasses in one
day, made "to prescription of your
optometrist by Semler Optical Of
fices Waters - Adolph Bldg.,
State & Commercial St. Phone
3-3311. !
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Dave HolTzma'n, owner of Kay's
dress store wilspeak on training
sales personnel in credit procedure
at the Friday noon meeting of the
Salem Credit bureau.
Air-Steamship- tickets anywhere.
Kugel, 3-7694. 735 N. Capitol St.
Salem. Air Reserve association
and composite squadron 458 will
meet for a training session at 8
o'clock tonight; in the quonset
huts at 25th and Lee streets.
Hard of hearing? See the one unit
Beltone Hearing Aid priced as low
as $75. Batteries for all makes of
hearing aids. James Taft and As
sociates, 218 Oregon Bldg. Phone
Salem 2-4491.
Fair Premium
Lists Mailed
Premium lists) for the Oregon
state fair were '.mailed this week
to more than 5000 prospective ex
hibitors, i
Fair ManagerLeo Spitzbart re
ported total purses and prize mon
ey opening September 5 would to
tal more than $f 5,000, a slight in-
: crease over 1948.
Entries in the open livestock
' classes will close August 5.
Sere's qonr light
in 8 new convenient package! Now goa
can enjog Blitz Weinhard in cans as well
as bottles... which ever gtra prefer. Bug it
tg the case tor home, picnics and outings.
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Signatures on
Welfare, Time
Petitions Filed
Petitions seeking i to permit
Oregon voters toj ballot on two
laws passed by the last state
legislature have been received by
the Marion county -clerk's off ce.
The referendum petitions deal
with the needy aged persons pub
lic assistance act and the law
providing for a uniform time
schedule. Workers in the county
clerk's office must" certify signa
tures of registered voters on the
petitions circulated in this county.
The controversial assistance act
provides old age assistance and
permits the public welfare to file
a claim against the property t
recipients' estate for assistance
paid. Under the other act it is
left up to the governor to enact
daylight saving time; in Oregon
if bordering states also go on fne
faster time.
Aboujt 2,000 Marion county
names have been signed to the
assistance petitions and about 5O0
to those seeking a vote on the
time issue.
Frances Lee Tibbits vs Truman
D. Tibbits: Defendant demurs to
complaint on grounds that it does
not constitute a suit.
Geneva Clasey vs Ralph Clasey
jr., Order of default of defendant
J. C. Mitchell vs H. P. and Zeir
Francis Reid: Plaintiff files reply
of denial. -
Mildred I. Morris vs Arthur L.
! Morris: Defendant files answer
admitting and denying and in
cross-complaint seeks divorce
charging cruel and inhuman treat
ment and asks that a property
settlement agreement be vacated.
Temporary restraining- order halts
withdrawal of certain bank funds.
J. A. and Eunice j Barnes vs
Louis R. German arid Ezra C.
Brewer: Order dismisses suit with
prejudice against plaintiffs and
without costs as settled.
Alvena Smith s Stanley Smith:
Decree of divorce awards custody
of two minor children to plaintiff.
Anna M. Hansen ; vs Pacific
Greyhound Lines and Journal
Garage company: D e f e n d a n t
Greyhound company file motion
for a new trial. :
Marion F. Niccolson estate: Or-
der appoints Lloyd L. Niccolson as
executor and Loretta Muhs, Otto
R. Skopil, jr., and Thomas B. Gab- j
riel as appraisers. :
Dan B. Jarman estate: Order
authorizes payment- of $6,000 to
Milton H. Ferguson estate: Es
tate appraised at $1,705.
Jane Mack estate: Report of real
property sale filed.
Wayne C. Groff estate: Final
order closes estate. j
Jess E. Kish. 39. mechanic, 190
S. 12th st., and Edra M. Kirh. 33.
i file clerk, 150 N. Church st. both
of Salem. i
Glenn Mnynard Simpson, 506 S.
, 19th st., driving while intoxicated;
j 30-day jail sentence suspended on
payment of $2C0 fine, driver's li
cense revoked for oneiyear.
and livelij refreshmenl
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Jay HilU
Joy Hills Will
Leave Leslie
For State Job
Joy Hills, principal of Leslie
Junior high school, resigned Wed
nesday from the Salem school dis
trict to accept a new post in the
state department of education.
Miss Hills will become state di
rector of teacher education and
teacher certification, a position
created by the 1949 legislature
which also acted to provide elem
entary teacher training at state
colleges and universities as well
as at state teacher colleges.
The educator, principal at Les
lie the past five years, joined the
Salem school district in 1928. She
has taught at Leslie, Parrish jun
ior high and Salem high school.
She also spent a few years with
the state department of education
during the war.
Miss Hills' resignation is effec
tive with end of her 1948-49 con
tract with the school district this
Loggers To Get
Word on Wfeather
Via Broadcasts
Logging operators in this area
will receive two daily radio
broadcasts of fire-weather infor
mation during the current forest
fire season, according to Albert
Wiesendanger, executive secretary
of the Keep Oregon Green asso
ciation. Wiesendanger said last minute
fire and weather data would be
broadcast daily, except Sunday,
over station KOAC, Corvallis, at
8:45 p.m. daylight saving time.
Fire-weather news also will be
broadcast twice daily at 8:25 a.m.
and 8 p.m. (PST) over station
KBDY. Each broadcast will be
repeated ten minutes later over
state board of forestry station
HOA 413 (2236 kMccycles). The
broadcasts began July 1.
.: tomorrow
iff -go
At S. P. Passenger Station,
13th and Oak Streets, Friday,
July 8, 12 Noon to 4 P. M.
The frUndly
fa Drily
Bus Company
Asks Re-trial
Of Crash Case
Pacitic Greyhound lines asked
for a new trial here Wednesday in
their ccurt battle with a Silverton
uomin who was recently award
ed 58.275 by a Marion county cir
cuit court ury.
The jury awarded the judgment
June 3 to Mrs. Anna M. Hansen lor
Injuries allegedly received in a
bus-truck collision near Midway
. .ov. 5. 1947. Journal Garage com
pany, owner of the truck whose
driver was killed in the wreck,
was ex-empted from paying dam
ages. In asking for a new trial the
Greyhound lines said in ib mo
tion that the damages awarded
Mrs. Hansen were "excessive" and
"appeared to have been given
under influence of passion and
prejudice." The. motion also
claimed insufficient evidence to
justify a verdict in excess of $3;000
general damages, and errors in
law occuring at the trial and in
the court instructidtis , to the jury.
Robert Brownell
Elected To Head
Exchange Club
Salem Exchange club Wednes
day ejected Robert Brownell
president for the coming six
months tenhi
Elected to the board of direct
ors were Oscar Specht for six
months and .William Petre,
Charles Siewert and Pat Camp
bell for one year each.
Other officers elected are Rich
ard Grabenhorst, vice president;
Dr. George Martin, secretary, and
Sidney Hoffman, treasurer, the
latter two re-electad.
Judge Retirement
Fund Increases;
Total At $76,621
The judges' retirement fund
created by the 1943 legislature
now has to its credit $76,621. as
against $62,970 a year ago, State
Treasurer Walter Pearson, fund
custodian, announced Wednesday.
The fund consists of $10,000
appropriated from the general
fund of the state, $19,203 of mon
eys transferred to the, fund from
the state's general account, $35.
515 withheld from salaries of cir
cuit judges and justices of the
state supreme court, and $3,524
in earnings and investments. Only
$1,651 has been paid in retire
ment benefits.
Bumper Apricot
Crop Expected
A bumper apricot crop is expec
ted to appear on the local market
within a week, with prices a little
fffcrcs off 5
South Paclfli
Strvict July 13
higher than first-ol-season peach
es. Sidney McNeil, manager of Pa
cific Fruit Si Produce Co, said
big apricot shipments from the
Yakima valley are expected to
begin arriving late this week, with
later shipments to come from The
Dalles and Wena tehee areas.
Inspector Gets
New Position
Fred Bock, for three years state
horticultural inspector in Clacka
mas and eastern Multnomah coun
ty, has been transferred to state
agricultural department headquar
ters in Salem.
Bock is now handling nursery in
spections in Marion, Linn,. Benton,
Lincoln, Douglas and Lane coun
ties. He was county horticultural
inspector in Clackamas county
from March. 1931, until 1948.
Bock's duties in Clackamas and
Multnomah counties have been tak
en over by Floyd Markham who
has been doing produce inspection
work for the agricultural depart
ment since 1935.
custom of throwing rice at newly
weds almost wrecked the honey
moon of Mr. and Mrs. June Mc
Corkle. When the bride came
down with a terrific headache, a
stop at Pasadena emergency hos
pital showed a grain of rice had
lodged in her ear.
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ThVSla3esman, Salem, Orcjon, Thursday W
Amity Bicyclist
Given Warning
AMITY, July 7 (Special)
Judge O. Ef Roth served notice
today that persons riding bicycles
on sidewalks, or anywhere after
dark if they are not equipped with
lights and reflectors, will be sub
ject to a fine and perhaps tempo
rary confiscation of their vehicles.
Don't neglect to insure your hay in
barn; and also your grain in granary
Ask us about cost of complete farm
liability. S
Scellars, Foley
A PrcgreasiY
143 E. Liberty St
From Salem
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You'll slghff-soo HEto thU
Yes, it's true only $12 one way, $21.60 roundtrfp (pluj tax)
to San Francisco on the new daily Shasta Daylight.
This beautiful streamliner u brand new from stem to stern t New chair
cars, with huge "Skyvtew" picture windows and seats .cushioned with
foam rubber. New, exciting Timberline Tavern. New triple-unit dining
car-kitchen-coffee shop. And it hows you magnificent scenery all the way.
The Shasta Daylight operating on STANDARD time, leaves Portland
at 7 :45 A.M., Salem 9 :00 A.M Albany 9 A.M., Eugene 10:16 A.M.
and Klamath Fallffat 2:23 PJln arrives San Francisco 11U5 that tvcA
ing the fastest train schedule in history between these dtiea.
All 420 chair car seats on the Shasta Daylight art
reserved, hut there is no charge for reservation.
. Space atdilable-make reservations tarlj, please.
The friendly Southern
Phone 3-9244
Nothing Down. Pay Mthly
And Shade I
We also wash, retype, paint and
reslat your old Venetian Blinds.
, Call Any TlmevF0r Free ,
1 Estimates Phone 3-7328
1453 Rage SL W. Salem
We Give SAH cfeeM Stamps
& Rising, Inc
Insurance Office
Phone 2-4143
(plus tax
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