The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 23, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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    f -They Statesman; Saleim. Oreccrn. Saturday; Jnly 23, 1949 i
MARION COUNTY CLERK'S SEMI-ANNUAL REPOET 1
Period Endinr December 31. 1948 t
STATEMENT OF CLAIMS ALLOWED AND WARRANTS DRAWN
On What Account t Claims Allowed ;
Allowed ! and Warrants Drawn
GENERAL GOVERNMENT:
County Assesor's Office : 12,362.40
County Assessor' Office
New Ownership! Map
County Assessor's Office
New Assessment Roll
Circuit Court ..
County Clerk's Office
f!nuntv Coroner's Office
County Court and Commissioners . .1
Court House .L . . i
District Attorney's Office
Salem District Court Justice .
Salem District Court Constable
BreitenbUsh Justice Court Justice
Breitenbush Justice Court Constable
Jefferson Justice Court Justice
Jefferson Justice Court Constable .
Mt Angel Justice Court Justice
Mt. Angel Justice Court Constable ...
Silverton Justice Court Justice
Silverton Justice Court Constable
Stayton Justice Court Justice
Stayton Justice Court Constable
WoodBurn Justice Courts-Justice
Woodburo Justice Court Constable
Juvenile Court
County Recorder's Office
Registration and Election ..
County Sheriffs Office Tax Collection ....
County Surveyor's Office ..
County Sheriffs Office
Tax Department New Assessment Roll
County Treasurer's' Office
Veterans Service Office
1,549 XI
3,077.31
7,933.26
14,420.88
606.66
7,885.47
7,717.16
4,068.52
5,996.25
2,906.83
591.60
150.00
750.00
92.50
60.00
60.00
1.816 13
727.32
1,159.30
120.00
1,633.40
387.50
5,404.40
8.309.70
12,635.43
15,607.49
3,590.68
842.40
4,140.65
2,645.35
PROTECTION TO PERSONS AND PROPERTY:
Predatory Animal Control .
Scalp Bounty
Scaler of Weights and Measures 1
County Sheriffs Office Legal Department
Cherry Fly Control - -
Keep Oregon Green Control 4 --
Water Master,
Microfilming -
State Industrial Accident - -
$129,247.94
850.00
54.00
391.50
17,549.50
495.15
100.00
303.23
1,485.20
649.46
DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES:
Advertising
County Agent's Office
Willamette River Basin Commission
HEALTH CONSERVATION:
County Health Officer .
County Herd Inspector
Indemnity for Slaughter of Diseased Cattle
Registrar of Vital Statistics ;
Garbage Disposal
$ 21,878.04
Ml t
: ? r
4 , i
Fund
General
Property Revolving .
Photostat Revolving
Roads and Highways
County School
School Library
State School ,
Miscellaneous
Market Roads
Tax Suspense
MARION COUNTY, FINANCIAL STATEMENT
f DECEMBER J L 194 '
ASSETS !
200 00
,450 00
800 00
$ 8.450.W
42,435 83
6.424.50
695.77
36.25
664 28
CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS:
Feeble-Minded Examinations and Expense -
Insane Examinations ...
County Jail
Care of Poor Miscellaneous
Care of Poor Blind Assistance t..
Care of Poor Gcntjral Assistance r.
Care of Poor Aickto Dependent Children ....
Retirement System; Current
Retirement System i Prior Years
Old Age Assistance : 51,071.55
$ 50,256.63
10 00
351.15
3.817.23
1,038 88
1 ,428.00
25,200 00
24.300.00
3.915.26
3.546 54
EDUCATION:
School Supeiintendlent's Office
411 Club Agent .
Home Demonstration
$114,678.61
4 8.902.86
4,550.00
Agent . 2,850.00
ROADS AND HIGHWAYS:
County Roads, Bridges and Ferries 52,969.19
General Roads .: 1 32,122.35
Market Road Maintenance ; 18,728.48
Market Road Impnovement 39,847.15
$ 16,302:86
OTHER FUNDS:
New Court House j Appropriation 102.10
Photostat Revolving Fund 1,111.06
Road Revolving Fund 225,178.97
$143,6677
Dog License Fund
County Law Library Fund
County Fair Fund
General Fund Revenue
County Public Assistance for Old Age
Accounts Receivable
Accounts Payable
County Property Revolving Fund
Grand Total of Warrants
Issued for All Purposes
5.798.36
907.40
6,674.46
6.00
10,803.45
1,107.63
105.77
2,356.77
Cr.
$253,940.43
$738,421.68
STATE OF OREGON )
r ) .
County of Marion )
I, H. A. JJudd, County Clerk of Marion County, Oregon, do here
by certify that the foregoing is a true and correct statement of the
amount of claims allowed by the County? Court of Marion County,
on what accounts allowed, and the amount of warrants drawn, for the
period ending December 31, 1948, and of the amount of warrants out
standing and unpaid and of the financial condition of Marion County
on December 31, 1948, as the same appears upon the records of my of
fice and in my official custody.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of the County Court this 22nd
day of March, 1949.
. H. A. JUDD,
County Clerk
SUMMARY OF SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
Balance on hand July 1, 1848 -$ 30,048.63
COLLECTIONS: , .
Current Taxes ....... 4 3.223,775.59
Delinquent Taxes a 157,895 22
Yield Taxes ... ; 1,901.78
Electric Corp. 1,366.67
Turned over to the County Treasurer 4
Balance on hand December 31, 1948 . a
662.05117
2,752,935.72
TOTAL
$3,414,887 89 $3,414,987.89
Fund
General
Property Revolving
Photostat Revolving
Roads and Highway
County School
School Library
State School
Miscellaneous
Market Roads
Tax Suspense
Cash Taxes " Accounts Contracts Money Revolving
Receivable Receivable Receivable Advance Fund
$ 282,381.11 $ 493,429.78 $16,264.73 $ 375 00 $ 135.00
77.26687 19,546.18
3,873 44
473,699.77 892.87 30,000.00 25,128.27
2,856 65 5.219.85
3,118.17 2.056.53
166.11
586,518.54 250,269.14
2.621.86CT. 125,558.63
365,617.5 2,685,221.47
$1,786,876.37 $3,562,648.27 $16,264.73 $19,921.18 $30,135.00 $25,128.27
LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS
Appropriation Warrant Accounts Reserve for Reserve for Unappropriated
Payable Payable Uncol. Taxes UncoL Cont. Surplus
$ 416,816.79 $83,392.32 $ 5.999.23 $ 493,429.78 $ $225,752.72
38,713.17 19,546.18
489.218.68 892-87 188.019 45
102,766.39 2,848.76 5.219.85 5.883 64
2,185 20 2,056.53 2,718.74
166.11 t
580.518.54 250.269 14
34,375 35 30.000 00 125.558 63 41.623 33
365,617.57 2.685,221.47
$1,626,047.06 $86,241.08 $440,329.97 $3,562,648.27 $19,546.18 $463,997.88
Road Bldg.
& Off. Eqp.
$ 90,570.73
92,964 62
Estimated
Revenue
1432,805.22
145,973.38
108.642.14
1,785.77
108.620 54
Total
Assets
$1,315,961.57
86.81105
3.873.44
768,658 89
116.718.64
i 6,960.4?
166.11
830.787.68
231,557-11
3,050,839.04
$183,535 35
Revolving
Funds
38,553.70
3,873.44
$797,827.03 $6,422,336.20
Surplus
Invested
Permanent
Property
$ 90,570.73
90,527.89
total ' ,
liabilities and
5 Surplus
k $lil5.961.57
i 96,813.03
!: J 3.873.44
768.658 89
116.718JB4
ii i 6,960.47
166.11
?- 830.787.68
I 231.557.31
3,050,839.04
MARION COUNTY, OREGON
TREASURER'S SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR 1948
Honorable Judge and Commissioners
County Court of Marion County
Salem. Oregon,
Gentlemen:
As provided by Chapter 27-518, Oregon Code 1930, the following Semi-Annual Statement of Marion County's financial
to December 31, 1948, inclusive, showing a detail list of Receipts, the amount of money paid out on warrants, the fund
Balances as of December 31, 1948. .
S. J. BUTLER,
Beginning
December 31. 1948
standing is submitted for the year of 1948, July 1,
Balances, and the Investments, Bank and Cash
S. J. Butler, County Treasurer.
Ending
Funds
General
Court House Const.
Public Assistance
Market Road
General Road .
Dog License .
Indemnity ...
J .aw Library .
Circuit Judge Fees
Dist. Atty. Fees
Liquor Law Enforce.
County School
County School Library
Treasurer's Trust
Tax Advance
Other Trust Control
Special Tax War, Cont.
Trust & Ag. Control .
TOTALS
No receipt issued for tax advance
STATE OF OREGON )
)
COUNTY OF MARION )
1, S. J. Butler, do hereby certify
that the following is a true and
correct statement of the amounts
received, paid, and remaining on
hand in the County Treasury of
Marion County, Oregon for the
semi-annual period ending Decem
ber 31, 1948.
S. J. BUTLER,
S. J. Butler, Treasurer,
Marion County, Oregon.
Balances Transfers Disburse- Transfers Receipts Balances
July 1. '48 from fund ments to fund to funds Dec. 31, '48
.. $ 397.301.80 $ 26,863.00 $ 742,988.49 $ 391,738 03 $ 295.505 58 $ 314.693 92
486,630.48 104.01 50,219.71 536,746.18
10,803.45 3.119.23 7.684 22
55,488.49 137,822.00 63.176 48 24.380 33 3.223 30
595.723.53 365.571.77 95,227.86 183.905.24 509.284 86
.. 4.777.04 5.051.23 3.247.00 2.972 81
31,725.54 3,358.02 6.891.52 35.259.04
1.606.61 1250 1.619 11
5,049.77 880.20 1.60 1.229.75 5.400.92
260.00 4 00 1.846 00 1.854 00 264 00
140.00 970 00 925 00 95 00
1.343.60 500 00 1.843.60
5.883 64 113,084 85 180 00 109.877 86 2,856 65
2,718.74 .01 399.44 3.118 17
45,760.57 220 00 83.689 86 96.628 98 58.479 69
2,450.00000 2.45O.000 00
10,518.80 2,692.11 80.016 97 32J301.76 42.080.75 2.192.23
4.267.30 388,149.15 407.699 65 23.817.80
.... 108.813.76 582,833.37 192,174.05 142,758.56 806,444.19 283,009 09
$1,758,009.67 $1,136,203.17 $1,602,919.37 $1,136,203.17 $4,081,786.07 $4,236,876.37
Journeys End
At Willamina
WILLAMINA - Principal K.
E. Stuart of the high school and
Mrs. Stuart and daughters re
turned to Willamina Sunday night
from a six-weeks trip to the mid
west. During the trip the Stuarts
visited relatives and friends and
Mr. Stuart attended a reunion of
former grade school schoolmates.
The Stuarts spent an hour in
a Nebraska storm cellar while a
twister blew over, they reported.
Little hot weather was exper
ienced due to the excessive rain
east of the Rockies this summer.
Florence Lamson of Cristobal,
Panama Canal Zone, is here visit
ing relatives and friends. Miss
Lamson has taught in the Canal
Zone for 28 years.
She shipped her car up and
drove from New York to her
mother's ranch near Sheridan.
She will be here until August 5,
after which she will drive back
to New York and take the boat
for the Canal Zone.
FORMER RESIDENTS BACK
INDEPENDENCE Capt. and
Mrs. Benjamin Frank, who re
sided in Monmouth while he was
stationed at Camp Adair during
the war, were in Monmouth and
Independence Monday. Theyhave
lust returned from Japan where
he has been stationed for the
past 32 months. The Franks'
daughter, Lorraine, did not re
turn with them as she is holding
a Job in a post exchange which
will last another year.
Wolves of the United States
include the gray wolf of the north
and west, and the red wolf of the
south central states.
X
Honorable Judge and County Commissioners j
Marion Countv. Salem. Oreeon
I herebr submit statement of money received for taxes and amounts turned over to the County Trea
surer for 1948-49 and prior years together with balance on hand fOrthe period beginning July 1, 1948 and
ending December 31, 1948.
TAX ROLL
Collected During
Balance on Hand Last Six Mos.
1948-49
1947-48
1946-47
1945-46
1944-45
1943-44
1942-43
to
1936
1935 ......
1933-34
1932
Yield Tax
Electric Corp.
July 1, 1948
$26,874.20
1,888.23
623.40
347.00
313.80
TOTAL
STATE Or OREGON
of 1948
$3,223,775.58
121,461.70
17,801.31
4,740.90
4,295.91
34.43
69.59
9,462.13
29.26
1,901.78
1,366.67
$3,384,939.25
Turned Over Balance on Hand
During Last Six December 3 1,
Months 1948
$579,335.36
70,514.94
6,161.27
1,426.09
984.40
30.78
112.38
29.26
2,091.02
1,366.67
1948
$2,644,440.23
77,820.96
13,528.27
3,938.21
3,638.51
34.42
38.81
9,349.75
126.56
$662,052.17 $2,752,933.72
; $30,048.63
MARION COUNTY )
I, Denver Young, Sheriff and Tax Collector for Marion County, Oregon, do hereby certify that the
foregoing statement of taxes collected and the amounts turned over to the County Treasurer, together
with the balance on hand, is true as I verily believe.
! DENVER YOUNG
Sheriff and Tax Collector, Marion County, Oregon
FINELY DRAWN
BLOOMFIELD, N. J. -(INS)-Filament
wire 665 miles long is
drawn from a single twofoot-'
long, 4 H -pound bar of pure tung-
tteh at the Bloomfield plant of the
(Testinghouse Eectrio Corp. The
wire, about one-sixth the diame
ter of human hair, la used In six
watt light bulbs.
BRAINY ROBOT
NEW YORK-(INS)-nektro, tha
seven-foot-tall mechanical man
built by Westinghouse Electric
Corp. engineers, "thinks with a
60-pound brain made up of photo-cell,
12 electrical relays and
a signal light He can smoke
cigarettes and count to tea on bis
fingers. - ' i
AUSSIE AIRLIFT
MELBOURNE-(INS)-A Quan
tas Empire Airways Douglas
freighter has been dropping sup-
5 lies in the Purari River area of
'ew Guinea for tha Australian
Petroleum company. In 16 lifts
90,000 pounds of supplies were
dropped. Only on bag of sugar
waa lost.
Gentlemen:
As provided by Chapter 27-1715,. Oregon Code 1930, this report is submitted showing as of Dec. 31,
1948, the cash on hand, cash in banks and collateral securing such bank deposits, interest rate paid on
bank deposits, cash items, investments and fund balances.
As of Dec. 31, 1948, there were no outstanding warrants endorsed "not paid for want of funds."
S. J. BUTLER.
ASSETS
Amounts
Cash Account $ 3.338.95
Ladd & Bush Branch - U. S. Nat'l. Bank 2,756,094.96
County Treasurer of Marion County.
Collateral Int. on
Security Deposits
U. S. Nat'l. Bank of Portland - Mt. Angel
Coolidge & McClaine Bank - General Account ....
First Nat'l. of Portland-Salem, General
First Nat'l. of Portland-Stayton
First Natl, of Portland-Woodburn
Gervais State Bank - General Account
Mill City State Bank - General Account
State Bank of St. Paul - General Account
National City Bank of New York
Bond Investment Account
Warrant Investment Account
Certificate of Deposit Investments
County Fair Fund Investment Account
Court House Const. Fund Investment Account
General Road Fund Investment Account
Indemnity Fund Investment Account .
School District No. 24 Investment Account
Claim Account
Willamette Valley Bank
TOTAL ASSETS
FUND BALANCES
General Fund
Court House Construction Fund
Market Road Maintenance Fund
General Road Fund .
Dog License Fund
Fair Fund
Indemnity Fund
Law Library Fund
Circuit Judge Fees Fund
District Attorney Fees Fund
Liquor Law Enforcement Fund
County School Fund
County School Library Fund
Trust, Agency and Suspense Funds
Treasurer's Trust Fund
Tax Advance Suspense Fund
Other Trust Funds
Special Tax Warrant Control Account
Trust Funds Due to Cities, Schools, etc. .........
22,324.12
50,500.00
450,048.68
15,000.00
15.000.00
20,040.00
26.001.66
23.250.00
6,406.25
125,000 00
26,078.03
408,399.96
200,000.00
1,000.00
50.00
88,343.76
.-.$4,236,876.37
314.693.92
. 536,746.18
5,223.30
509,284.86
2,972.81
35,259.04
1.619 11
5,400.92
264.00
95.00
1.843.60
2,856.65
3,118.17
.. 58,479.69
2,450,000.00
2,192.23
23,817.80
; 283,009.09
2,900,000.00
50,000.00
1,000,000.00
47,000.00
30,000.00
110,000.00
4 Of 1 6,087.03
100.000.00
TOTAL FUND BALANCES .- $4,236,876.37
Independence
Folk in Hospital
INDEPENDENCE Lavelle
Scrantori, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Scran ton, has been
confined, to Salem General hos
pital for the past two weeks but
is expected to return home soon.
Mrs. Joy Jordan has entered
Bartell hospital in Dallas for
medical treatment.
Dennis Suver, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Elton Suver of Monmouth,
was treated for a fractured rib
in Bartell hospital at Dallas after
being thrown by a horse July 18.
Picking of Beans
Slated by Wikof fs
MIDDLE GROVE Bean
picking is planned to start Mon
day morning at the Jack Wikoff
yard. This week when air conoi
tions are Just right dusting will be
done over the yard by plane.
Most of the picking at the Wik
off yard will be done this year by
adults, as many who are out of
work are registering for the pick
ing. It will not be necessary this
year to furnish transportation as
they have for several years. It
will be at least six weeks before
the harvest is over.
SERGEANT ON LEAVE
WIXIiAMINA Sgt Dan N.
Ham, USAF, son of Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. Ham of Willamina, has re
ceived !a 15-day leave of ab
sence to-visit Paris, France, and
London; England. Sergeant Ham
is assigned as a control tower
operator technician with the
1950th airways and air commun
ications service squadron. Wheelui
Air rorce base, Tripoli, Libya,
north Africa.
476 Gty Youngsters Dress Up
For Annual Playground Contest
A total of 476 children dressed up in their best, their funniest and
most unusual finery took part in the city playground's Dress Up Day
contest Friday.
The judging took place at seven Salem playgrounds and in West
oaiem. i irsi. secona ana tnira
place winners in various classes
at each playground include:
OLINGER Prettiest costume. Judy
Pero. Shirley Ltng and Judy Ohmart;
Best Characterization, Bobby Gummeti.
Jimmy Stanley, and Carol Marx; Best
Foreign Costume. Jaemmie Kay Berry,
Sandy Lee Calaba and Tommy Water;
Funniest Costume. Steven Rutherford,
Jerry Stein bock and David Schmidt
and Most Unusual Costume. Pauletta
Shimmin, Teddy Kroner and Mory
Freeman.
. BUSH Prettiest, I Mary Ellen Prtne.
Luanna Lyl and Sandra VanLydesraf :
Characterization. Douglas Kime. bill
Meyer and Cody Evans; Foreign. Wil
liam and Margaret Gentzkow, Karon
and Roy Meier, and Jerry Stein: Fun
niest, W. Evans. Gordon Fells and Ron
nie Rund, and Unusual. Carol Mi men.
Michael FrUfiths and Diane Holgate.
ENGL WOOD Prettiest. Linda Ire
land, Kay Minty and Alma Lee Kunow
tkf. Characterization. Gladvi Albada.
Dwight RosheU and Becky Minty; For
cum. GaU Shuford. Joan Straub and
Arlene Kleen; Funniest. Ronny Neeby,
Cheryl Albada and Gordon Aden, and
Unusual, Bui Barr, Carol StoU and
David CUtterbuck.
RICHMOND Prettiest. Gloria Schm
idt. Judy Woods and Myrna Rob bins;
Characterization, Rodney Schmidt
Kenny BirreU , and Brenda Lee
Russell; Foreign, Gladys Weaver. Shar
on Searcy and Diane Searcy: Funniest.
Betty Ann Johnson and Kathleen Sch
midt. Jants Remington and Diane Gar
rison and Unusual. Marilyn Marschat,
Judy K. Feathers and Gordon BirreU.
GRANT Prettiest. Darla Snyder.
Peggy Lucas and Susan Crawford:
Characterization. Tommy Loveu. Bui
Anning and Denny Snyder- Foreign,
Donnie Reavey. Anna McClean and
Noel Reieraon: Funniest. Judy Filer.
Ann Fin ley and Don Upjohn; Unusual
Larry Vincent, Marlene - Reinlra and
Joan Scott.
HIGHLAND Prettiest Janet and
Janice Messmer, Vivian Rlppand Caro
lyn Coldmaxi: Characterization. Sue
Woodruff. Linda Emmetton and Jack
Martin; Foreign. Marilyn Rip p. Robert
Meeks and Dwayn Berteli; Funniest.
John Meeks. Robert Russell and Franny
Gas kin. and Unusual Darlene Scha
bere. LeRov Dehut and Son la Pruitt.
UcKlSlJCrPntUest. Mary Jan
Melford. Patsy Gorman and Barbara
Fenix; Characterization. Janet Grifi m.
Paula Fredericks and Maridene Hairrr
spn; Foreign. Karen Cox. Christine and
Catherine Drye and C. Targart; Fun
niest. Judy Dagget. Susan Brasher and
Gregory Stadter and Unusual. Rickey
Biels, Stevie Palmsaon and Patty John
son. WEST SALEM Prettiest. Gloria Bra
umberg. Judy Ellis and Linda Dndge;
Characterization, Donna Glasgow. Way
ne Bryan and Judy Brendle; Foreign.
Gary Dodge. Darlene Johnson and Pam
Grey; Funniest. Danny Hadd. Jerry El
ling and Kay Johnson and Unusual.
Janet Vohland. Gary Edwards and Don
na Burns.
Independence Men
Back from Fishing
INDEPENDENCE Dr. George
C. Knott, John Irving. Francis
Kreig. and C. R. (Chub) Harvey
of Roseburg returned home Sat
urday after spending the past
month fishing and camping in
British Columbia.
They returned with mountain
trout ranging from one to seven
pounds, pictures of moose and
deer, and many mountain tales.
The four men spent two days
after each foray into the rivers
and lakes processing the surplus
fish they had taken in a fish
smoking plant there.
HAS BIRTHDAY PARTT
ROSED ALE Mrs. Pearl Al
derman of Salem route 9 enter
tained several guests Wednesday
in honor of the 11th birthday of
her daughter CaroL Birthday cake
and- other refreshments were
served.1- i
Dallas Garden
Club Conducts
July Program
DALLAS O. E. Palmateer of
Salem, representative of Standard
Oil of California, showed three
films at the meeting of Dallas
Garden club at the chamber of
of commerce rooms Thursday.
Also in the program were talks
by Mrs. Howard Fleming and
Mrs. John Cerny. Mrs. Fleming's
topic was "Balanced Diets and
Better Roses," and Mrs. Cerny
told of the prominent place day
lilies are taking in the choice of
flowers at the present time.
Mrs. Norman Baker presided at
the business meeting. Of special
interest were the report of the
state convention of the Federation
of Garden clubs in Corvalliis by
Mrs. Allie Hennagin; announce
ment of the workshop for pres
sing flowers at the August 18
meeting.
Hostesses for the afternoon
were Mrs. A. Hennagin. Mrs.
Stanley Sanders. Mrs. William Ef
fenberger and Mrs. Dyre Yung.
$42,427.14 $181,098 62 E $6,422,336.20
Tempo Mounts
In Mid China
Civil Strife!
CANTON. CHINA, July 22-6FV-The
tempo mounted tonight in tha
struggle for the rice-bowl prov-
ince of Hunan, which may settle
the fate of South China)
Late private reports i-from the
front intimated the communists
might already hafe isolated the
provincial capita of Changsha,
on the railway 40j miles north of
Canton. S
These report. ffave fto details
but said conditions! were "chaotic"
in Chuchovv, 30 miles south of
Changsha. Cutting the railway at
Chuihow would isolate;. Changsha
from Nationalist reinforcements in
the south. -i
The reds previously had driven
within 16 miles north and north
east of Changhsha; The national
ists declared trains toChariRsha
were still running but conceded a
threatening situation.
Official reports;;also -said there
was fierce fighting near Chaling,
60 miles east of the railway to
Canton and about 1 00 miles south
east of Changhsa.
Objective of tHe Reds' Chal
ing drive was Hehgyaiig. At that
city, 300 miles nferth of Canton,
-the railway branches.: one line
continuing south ;to this provin
cial capital and Another leading
southwest into the rich southern
province of Kwaijgsi. i
Elsewhere on the spreading civil
war front the nationalists reported
some successes, 'c 'i
Klosternian Finds
Healthy Attitude
Among Industries
7
Mr. and Mrs. WilliSnv Kloster
man have returned to Salem fol
lowing an extensive trip through
27 states. Klosterman, owner of
the Bishop-Moderne studio, com
mented that he found business
men generally of the opinkm th.at
the so-called "recession' consiti
tuted .nly a "levelling-off pro
cess," and that plans for expan
sions were underway in many
areas.
OPENINO SCHEDULED
DALLAS. July 22 - (Special )
Saturday marks the opening of
the Rainbow market in North
Dallas. The food store is man
aged by H. H. Harder and son,
Sylvester. Completed but for a
few finishing touches, the two
story stucco building has all new
fixtures and modern lighting.
About 250 tonSior wire car
drawn through a tungsten carbide
die before it must; be replaced.
Valley
Ilriefo
Independence M r s . C. A.
Fratzke, region iine vice presi
dent of Oregon Congress of Par
ents and Teachers, will leave
Sunday for Cheney, Yash., as a
delegate to the parent education
regional workshop, project of the
national PTA congress.';
Middle Grove 11 Mrs. Albert
Werner is recovering from surgery
at a Salem hospital.
Roberts Allefl Wilcox, Jr., son
of the Rev.and Mrs. Alien Wil
cox, Schurmann ifoad, left Satur
day morning by boat for Metla
katla. Alaska, to be employed in
a salmon cannery. H will re
turn to Willamette university as a
junior in me fall j
Orchard Hcicht Boy Mc
Dowell, who suffered a heart at
tack a few week! ago,1'; is able to
be up and around the house now.
Turner E. tJ Usher opened a
real estate office here this week.
Roberts Mrs! Charlotte Jones
has returned frofn a "; five-week
trip to the .east coast. She visited
iciailcx in viniau, . j i. m aui fiu
Philadelphia and also went to
New York.
Willamina H. A- Paired, com
mander of WillajJiina post, 4211,
VFW, has received notice of his
appointment as deputy chief of
staff for the Oregon department
of VFW.
HOWS THAT AGAIN?
By bAVE COX
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