The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 30, 1949, Page 2, Image 2

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Stay ton Float
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Feed Tonight
STAYTON. July 2MSperial)
Th float of the Start cm branch of
First National bank of Portland
won the grand sweepstakes award
here Friday as 10,000 people jam
med Stayton streets for the San
tiam Bean festival parade.
Other winners were the Yamhill
county sheriffs posse in mounted
groups; Stayton Hardware and
furniture company, commercial;
Paris Woolen mills, industrial;
Stayton Plumbing company,
comic: and Farwell pharmacy of
Stayton, special.
Judges were Mayor Edison
Vickers of Idanha, Mayor Carl
Warren of Scio and Acting Mayor
Paul ChBistenson f Silverton.
Among the many groups par
ticipating in the grand parade
were Salem Cherrians with King
Bing Deryi Myers, Cherryland
Queen Patricia O'Connor of Stay
ton andl her royal court; Salem
Capital post 9 American Legion
drum and bugle corps, and the Sa
" lera Eagles' junior drum and bugle
corps. )
A horjse parade at 2 p.m. will
start Saturday's activities, follow
ed by m horse show at the high
school ground which will feature
Willamette valley riding clubs. A
program of sport contests for
children will conclude afternoon
event. T
The big bean-hole bean feed
will commence at 6 p.m. at the
- community building. A concert
' by the Stayton band is scheduled
for p.m. with the. Bean ball at
the community fcuilding the final
festival activity.
Cohen Leaves Bed
For PaFs Funeral
LOS ANGELES, July 29 -6P)-Eurrounded
by his gang, Mickey
Cohen quit his hospital bed today
to attend funeral services for his
slain first lieuteflant, Edward
(Neddie) Herbert. '
The dapper gambling boss was
shot in the shoulder in an ambush
which fatajly wounded Herbert 10
days ago. 1
Sheriff's patrol cars cruised the
streets and the sidewalks were
sprinkled liberally with both uni
formed and plainclothes deputies.
DAIICE
Sat rtiaht
Aamsville
Pavilion
Featwina
TommT & His
West Coast Ramblers
?:3 U 12:3
! Miles S.E. ef Salem
Every Sat. Kilo
At The
Coilorrooods
7 mL East of Albany
on Highway 20
Music by
"Urs" Wolfers
Orchestra
9:30 to 1:00 O'clock
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ENJOY)
DANCING
TOMTE
to
Wayne Slrachan'i
Ilnsic
VTW Hall
flood and Church Sta.
- The Coolest Ballroom -The
Best Dane Floor
in Salem
fil Schachi
Baseball's Greatest Comedian
WATERS FIELD
Wednesday. August 3 8 PJM.
SchachJ will make you roar
S him perform before
COIIE
Union Oil Earnings
Down for 6 Months
Union Oil company of Califor
nia showed earnings of $2.48 per
share of common stock for the
first six months of this year com
pared with $3.42 a year ago, ac
cording to a report received here
and released Friday' by P. IL
Boyd, district manager.
Quarterly dividend rate is be
ing maintained at .625 cent per
common share which' has a cur
rent market value of about $30.
The company's income remains
about the same as last year but
expenses of doing business have
increased by about $200.000.000
for the six-months period, Boyd
said.
NorSlad Finds
July Congress
Action Illegal
WASHINGTON, July 29 -VP-Walter.
Norblad (R-Ore) said to
day that congress has been in ol
legal session since July 1 when
the senate and house moved out
of the regular chambers to per
mit repair of the shaky roofs.
"All legislation passed since,
Norblad said, "is either vol
nui nidi, Ui vcij Huanwiciuic
gality."
Norblad based his contention on
section five of article one of the
Constitution. This reads:
"Neither house during the ses
sion of congress shall without the
consent of the other adjourn for
more than three days, nor to any
place other than that In which the
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The senate moved its meeting
lace from its regular chamber to
old supreme court room in
the capital while the house mov
ed its sessions from the regular
chamber to the ways and means
committee room of the new house
office building.
Norblad said neither housa ob
tained the consent of the other
though each adopted separate
resolutions.
He said that in any event the
error "should be corrected as soon
as possible for if it was , ques
tioned after adjournment it would
raise complete havoc with our
normal functions of government
and certainly we don't want that."
He said many important pieces of
legislation have been passed by
congress since July 1.
Norblad laid his contention be
for Speaker Rayburn (T-Tex).
1M3GE
T the Old TIbm M usic of
DICK JOHNSON'S ORCH.
EVERY SAT. NIGHT
Loyal Order of Iloose
w.o.w. Han
2S4 N. Coro'L - over
Tearsons Mkt.
PUBLIC DANCE
A dm. 60e hie. tax
Old Time
DAIICE
Evtry Saturday
llighl
Over Western Auto
25? Court St
Jeln the Crowd and Have a
Good Time
MUSIC BY
lien's Orchestra
Public Dance
Adm. 60c Inc. Tax
Salem Supper Clcb
Specialising In
Famous Nick Marino's
Italian Food
Lovely Frances Conner's
Entertainment
Genial Je West's
Hospitality
Full Club Privileges
Just West of Salem
On The Dallas Highway
Phone 2-92U
and laugh with Ids antics.
and during th Snator
i
with Victoria.
EMILY
Couples Plead
To Keep Cars
As Welfare Aid
PORTLAND, July 29 -Ufh- Two
aged couples on welfare appealed
to the state public welfare com
mission today to be allowed tn
keep their automobiles.
Autos, classed as a luxury, are
not permitted for persons receiv
ing old age assistance, except tn
unusual circumstances.
Mr. arid Mrs. B. L. Bartholo
mew, Portland, said their 1935
model car would hardly bring
more than $125 on the market,
and was necessary for them in
buying groceries. "Neither of us
is able to walk anywhere. the
Wife said.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saeer.
who receive $54 a month in old
age assistance, made a similar
plea, saying their car was used
only to go marketing and to take
Sager, who can not walk, to
church.
The commission took both cases
under consideration.
The commission today reaffirm
ed its policy of granting at least
$50 a month to otd age pensioners
as long as funds are available.
The rate for hospital care was
increased about $1 a day per
ward bed.
The Marion county public wel
fare commission protested last
U. UwarA minictntw H-
public welfare, said the cut was
necessary to keep within the
budget.
Sublimity Fans
Attend Salem
Ball Games
SUBLIMITY A large crowd
of Sublimity attended the recent
Salem - Bremerton baseball game.
Sublimity fans were particularly
interested in the games, as Leon
ard Neal. a local boy, is catch'
ing for the Bluejackets. Neal, who
joined the club about a month
ago after starting the season with
Idaho Falls, u the son of Mrs
Clara Nel, the local postmistress.
Mrs. Teresa Benedict, an em
ploye of St. Vincents hospital in
Portland, has been visiting the
past two weeks at the E. A. Dit
ter home and with other relatives.
While here she and Mrs. Ditter
visited th famous Rock Gardens
at Bend.
The Rev. Joseph Scherbring
pastor of St. Boniface parish in
Sublimity, left Tuesday by train
for Earlville, Iowa, where he will
spend several weeks visiting with
relatives. Scherbring was accora
paniea by his great - nepnew,
iawrence Wolf.
Portlander Hurt
When Hit by Car
A Portland man incurred In
juries when struck by a car on
highway 99E near jervais about
11:15 p.m. Friday.
Joseph L. FrahJfer, 57, 528 SE
Grand ave., wajf taken to Salem
General hospital, where his con
dition was not believed critical
shortly after the accident.
State police investigated the
accident but the name of the
driver of the car was not avail
able Immediately.
Cease-Fire Agreed
On Indonesia Fight
BATAVIA, Java, July 29-VPh
Dutch and Indonesian Republican
leaders agreed today on a cease
fire order to clear the way for
formal peace and independence
talks next month at The Hague.
The agreement marked the suc
cessful end of truce talks started
last spring by the United Nations
commission for Indonesia.
N. Y. PODO GROWS
NEW YORK, July 29-P)-Forty-two
nev cases of infantile paralysis
were reported in New York City
today. Dr. Harry S. Mustard,
health commissioner, said the
"mild empidemic probably will
grow worse.
The department of hospitals said
152 persons now are hopitalized
with the diease, the largest num
ber since 1944.
SALEM FIRM LICENSED
PORTLAND, July 29 The
state liquor control commission
granted a number of beer licenses
today,;' including one to Arnold
Alber, .Susan and Gordon Arnold
Krueger, Krueger's Kash & Karry,
Salem. -
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YOU'VE ASKED FOR THEM . . .
NOW THEY'RE HERE
WHAT???
qLJ1 fo)
rHoIlyuocd
Every Saturday Night
Time Trials 7:30 Races 8:30
Opinion Polls Now
On Wire's Service
Western Union is now offering
an opinion survey service, it ras
disclosed Friday by Arnold Davis,
manager of Salem's Western Un
ion telegraph office.
The telegraph company's new
service will be available to ad
vertising agencies, research and
poll businesses. Under the plan.
Western Union will interview
persons at the direction of .ts
customer agency and immediate
ly return the results of the inter
views. Interpretation of the uv
formation sent would be left to
analysis by the experts of the
customer agency.
Income, Excise
Tax Collection
Up lTIer Cent
Net collections of personal in
come and corporation excise taxes
for the fiscal year ended June 30,
1949, aggregated 155.904.813. an
increase of 17.8 per cent over the
preceding year, the state tax com-
mision reported here Friday.
Increases in wages, incomes and
business activitiy during 1948 were
the prune factors which boosted
theincome tax yield for the last
fiscal year, officials said.
Individuals paid 135,836,526 of
the 1948-49 fiscal year collections
of 84.2 per cent of the total collec
tions, of which $2,726,625 was col
lected on 1949 salary and wage
payments which substantially re
presents advanced payments of
employes income taxes due on
April 13, 1940, which have cur
rently been withheld by employers.
ine comparaoie amount ior xis
cal year 1947-48 is $30363,181.
' Personal income tax collections
in 1948-49 advanced $5,000,000. or
1S2 per cent over the year before
Officials said the degree of in
crease is astonishing in view of
fact that the personal income tax
base was narrowed in 1948 which
is the year upon which the 1948-
49 collections are largely depend
ent
Approximately 200,000 personal
income tax returns filed this yc
claimed a refund.
Of the 193,000 returns upon
which refunds were found actual
ly due, the commission by last
June 30 had issued 82,957 checks
aggregating $892,831 in refunds;
Corporations paid $20,041,287 of
the 1948-49 collections, an increase
of 20.9 per cent over the correspon
ding amount paid by them during
the previous fiscal year.
Corporation excise tax collec
tions have nearly doubled over
the past two years, as corporations
Daid only 110.921.833 in excise
taxes during 1946-47.
The total number of income tax
returns filed during the past year
is 502.988.
Total net collections, tax com
missioners explained, are gross col
lections after refunds but before
administrative expenses. Refunds
amounted to $977,497 in 1948-49, of
which $857,010 were withholding
tax refunds made to individuals.
Mrs. Cecil Rhoades
Dies in Portland
9
PORTLAND, July 29 -(F)- Mrs.
Vivian Venell Rhoades, 47, Sa
lem, whose father formerly pub
lished the Canby Herald, died in
a hospital here yesterday after
a three week illness.
The widower, Cecil, and a
daughter, Mrs. Rex Schultz of
Molalla, survive.
FDR, Jr., to Wed
NW York Socialite
NEW YORK, July 29 -W- Rep.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., (D-NY)
will marry socialite Suzanne Per
rin of New York.
Their engagement was announc
ed today by Miss Perrin's mother.
It will be the second, marriage
for Roosevelt, who has two chil
dren. Franklin D, III, 10, and
Christopher, 7, by his first mar
riage to the former Ethel Du Pont.
Theatre
WOODBURN, ORX.
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last Times Todayl
The fjataaaed Breed"
"Saaeky ML Melody"
. Sun. A Men.
"Rachel The Stranger
Loretta Young, William
Holden, Robert Mitchum
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GOP Segment
Asks Vitalized
Party Policy
CHICAGO, July 29-OVA group
of republicans from 25 states, dis
contented with their party s po
licies, adopted a program today
and laid the groundwork for a la
ter "grass-oots convention.
Fred A. Virkus of Chicago cal
led the conference, contending the
GOP needs revitalizing. The 105
attending all were either delegates
or alternate delegates to the 194S
republican national convention.
Virkus himself is president of
the Confeemce of American Small
Businesses and a former Illnois
state legislator.
After two days of close com-
mlste sessions, the dissident re
publicans: Recommended a labor policy
based on the Taft-Hartley law.
Urged a farm policy based on
government purchases in the open
market.
"We ooDose federal aid for hous-
result eventually in socialism and
the loss of individual liberties . . .
the socialization of medicine . .
fand) covernment use of the tax
payer's money to compete with pri
vate enterprise"
Those elected to the executive
board included: W. V. S. Smith,
Seattle, Wash.: and E. H. Tivkle,
Monterey, Calif.
Play Equipment
To Be Installed
In Highland Park
A 18-foot slide, four big swings
and four small swings will be in-
Stalled at Highland park in about
two weeks, Salem Junior Woman's
dub announced Friday.
Sponsors of a community im
provement program, the club se
lected Highland park as its first
project. Marlon square will be next
on the agenda.
Donations have been received
from the Optimist, Hollywood
Lions, Bush Mothers, and Salem
Junior Woman's clubs to date, and
from- an anonymous individual.
The playground equipment is
being manufactured by Stevens
Equipment company in Salem,
i
RO A Backs Halt
On Super Carrier
1 GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., July 29
-W-The Reserve Officers associa
tion, representing 81,000 military
reservists, tonight in effect gave a
vote of confidence to Defense Sec
retary Louis Johnson for his ac
tion in canceling the Navy's super-
earner program.
The group rejected by a close (
vote a resolution sponsored by
naval reservists which would have
sharply criticized the joint chiefs
of staff for advising Johnson to
scrap the projected $100,000,000
super-carrier United States.
TOOLSON WIN'S FIRST
OAKLAND, July 29 -iJPi- Earl
Toolson, ex-Newark Bear, 'von
his first Pacific Coast league
start in Oakland flannels tonight
when he pitched the Acorns to
a 8 to 3 victory over Seattle.
The win gave the locals a lead of
three games to one in the series.
Doors Open 1:00 P.M. For
Hollywood Kids Club
Staa Program
Drawtna for Prises
3 Cartoons - Serial
Special Matin Feature:
"GUNS AND GUITARS"
with Gn Autry &
"Champion"
alo
Benson's Birthday Cake
For
Gary, WriahL Weeler Amv
stronq. Mary Jo Rohland.
Laurel Ana Warner. Duan
Richer, Laura Chrisman,
Tommy Bradshaw, C R.
VauaBsm, Edward Orf
Audrey McAdams, Towc
StsnslannL Io Ann Edwards.
Eve. Show Coat After 5:30
ENDS TODAYI
Jann Craln, Linda DamlL
Ann Southern In
"Utter To Three Wlvs"
also
Van Hsflin. )ant Liah
"ACT OF VIOLENCE"
Starts Tomorrow Cant. 1:45
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TODAY AT YOUm
ADt-COKDmONED
WAKNEK THEATRES!
BOB HOPE
LfJCXLLJC BALL, la
"SORROWFUL JONES
DOROTHY LAMOUm
DAN D UK YEA la
"MANHANDLED"
Kirk Douglas la
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Tounrjr Brothers
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Rollin Lewis Heads
Shrine Fund Drive
Rollin Lewis will head the
Shriners hospital fruit drive in
Salem this year. Proceeds are tor
the crippled children's hospital in
Portland.
Members of the new committee,
announced Friday by E. J. Church,
president of Salem Shrine club,
are Dave Cameron, George Alex
ander, Keith Tweedie, Gordon
Skinner, Estes Morton, Harold
Walling, Howard Rag an, Creigh
ton Jones. Fred Vlesko and Rob
ert White.
Barrel Crushes
Amity Worker
AMITY, July 29 Word of the
death of L. E. Coon. 69, of Amity,
was received here Friday. He
was killed instantly Thursday
when a barrel of water fell and
crushed him at the J. C. Steel
chicken ranch near Yamhill where
he worked.
He was a brother of Mrs. E. A.
Hobbs of Amity, and is also sur
vived by two brothers in Wiscon
sin, where he was born.
He was a member of the Bap
tist church and of the IOOF lodge
at Dearborn, Mich., where he was
employed by Ford Motor company
for several years.
Funeral services will be an
nounced later.
Hoop skirts once were support
ed by whalebone, whicn was ex
pensive.
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