The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 20, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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Webfoot State's Police Larpiimg About
Northwest's Wildlife
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CORVALLIS-rLtarnln to correctly Identify fifth i$ easy for Oreron state policemen when Prof. R. E.
Uimicfc. left! head of Oregon State college flah slid game department, explain familiar marking a. The
policemen, now at OSC for state police training j school, are, left to right, R. G. Detrick, Sweet Home;
fc. E. Steele, Salem: K. K. Moore, Albany, and VY,
Ferguson, Salem.
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The Mricn county asr has j
been asked to evaluate the- Scott 1
Mill and Evens Valley school dis-
tricts on a proportionate basis so 1
that proceeds of the proposed sale ,
of the old Noble school may be
divided between the districts.
Superintendent Agnes Booth j
gained permission of the county i
court for the evaluation Tuesday.
The Noble district was divided re
cently, part going to Scotts Mills
and part to Evens Valley.
157 8. Liberty
Vacuum Cleaner
On All Tvrx
Household, or Commercial
Also Waxcr
free Pick-1' and Delivery
When yow find out hew much thero'n e do at our resort.
without high price. Hot mineral watet fe-drinking and
bath treatments, excellent massages.
Swimming - Dancing - Hiking - Fishing Horses
' Big Bonfire and Radio Every Evening - Hotels - Cabins
Tenthouses - Store and Market
Road From Detroit to Bruckman's
Open 1:00 to 2.00 p. m. 1 5.00 p. m. to 7:45 a. m., fcST
Monday thru Saturday JL all day Sunday and Holidays
For Reservations and Price List
Phone Detroit S71 - Write:
Bruckman's Breilenhush Springs
Breitenbush, Oregon
CORVALLIS Discussing the training program of the Oregon state police training school being held at
OSC, these sUff members: lrft to right), StL G. P. Cochran. Milwaukie: Sat Mark Sullivan. Med
ford: Lt. Farley Mogan, Salem: Capt. Bert Walker. Salem: Sgt. C. C. Weem. Salem, and Sgt. L. A.
McEwen, Baker. (AH photos by Don Dill. Statesman staff photographer.)
61 Oregon Officers in School
For Week Study in Their Jobs
Br Don Dill
Staff Writtr. The
CORVALLIS. July 19 (Special) Lt-arning the A EC's tf ,fi.h,
fowl and mammals found in this state is a dawn to dusk pi oposition
with 61 Oregon state policemen now attending a week-long training
session on the campus of Oregon Stute college. The occasion is the
second week of the annual state police school which is in full swing
Three weeks are being devoted to the training with three different
groups of officers in special fields
CORVALLIS Mammal identification and classification is taught Oregon state policemen by Prof. Lee
W. Kuhn, at right, assistant head of the OSC fish and game department, to a few of the 1 Oregon
stale policemen now attending a training course at the school. Policemen are, left to right, H. W.
Ifeimer. Eugene: T. L. Fithian. Florenre; N. V. Jordan, Newport; H. R. Elmer, Albany, and Sgt C. C.
Ueems Salem. A similar rourse dealing with wildfowl is conducted by Prof. Jay Long.
California grows almost on- The first Continental Congress African slaves were first intro
fctill of the nation's .commercial ! was called by Massachusetts andi duced in America in 1619, the first
upply of fruits and nuts ! Virginia in 1774. i shipment going to Jamestown.
of work under Capt. Bert Walker
of the state headquarters office
and Lt. Farley Mogan of the dis
trict headquarters in Salem.
The school day starts for the
officers at 6:30 a.m. with 15 min
utes of calisthenics followed by a
brisk breakfast. Drill and not
formations are practiced until
classes start at 8:30 a.m. which
continue until 11:30 when a
break for lunch is taken. Classes
are resumed at 1:30 p.m. and at
4:30 the dinner period begins. Af
ter dinner there are more classes
from 6:45 until 8:30 p.m.
time of it. Instructors for the
many and varied subjects include
three from the fish and game de
partment of Oregon State college;
se en from the Oregon state game
commission and 22 from the ranks
of the state police.
State police training schools
weie annual occurrences before
1he war. but wcie discontinued
curing hostilities. Although two
training sessions have tieen held
since 1946 this -is the first to be
held wheie adequate facilities
such hf housing and laboratory
equipment have been readily
available. The officers are quar
tered, in Cauthorn hall of the
men's dormitory and they eat in a
dining rt-om in a new women's
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The first and third week's class
es deal with traffic subject while
the current second week is de
voted to men specializing in fish
and game control. Subjects range
fKjiti department policy and pub
lic relations to criminal law. crime
detection, presentation of evi
dence, driver training and traf
lic regulation and the car and
use of the typewriter.
Add to this identification and
classification ot fish, fowl and i Oregon has a record number of
mammals; drill and calisthenics 602.500 motor vehicles, computed
and target practice, and it can be i with 549.000 a year ago. Ihe state
seen' that the officers have a full department reporied Tuesday.
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Old-timer' has a special meaning at Standard
They say you're not really an "old-timer" at
Standard until you've been on the job at least
20 years . . I and at 30 years, there's a special
company award; a gold watch and six weeks'
vacation with pay.
That's appreciation of a man's service to his
company, of course, but it also illustrates a principle we believe in
for all employees-good people in good jobs serve best, and
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we do everything we can to make jobs at Standard good.
Security, good pay and working conditions, advancement from
within, free insurance, annuities at retirement are all part of making
that principle a reality. The average length of service of all our
17,90 parent company employees is slightly more than 11 years. And
the 20-year "old-titners? FuLy 4.856 arc working with us today.
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Owners rporf
UP and down the roatl, onners are dia
cohering there juft ien't a Wtlr vIim
lit an this handsome new 1949 Mercury!
It'a the nnartt-lokin:, esiest-An-zin
trntHtlhsl-ridtng ear in its class.
And thrifty! Owners report 17, 18, 19
miles per gallon and up! Even wore
with Overdrive!
hat's more, you et the let deal frona
Us, too! Mo extra to buy! Cotue in today.
raid INClUDISt S iip-r-
(tibivn Falloon Tires,
Criy (i.i.rd., Oil-Rath
Air i:ieaner. Oil Filler,
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Jlsh urn, wktaii fea pumi 1949
430 North Commercial Strt