The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 15, 1956, Page 5, Image 5

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BOY, It. INJURED
A ilip on a wire fore at the
West Salem playground wading
pool proved painful Tuesday (or
Daryl Tower. 12. 1390 Ird St..
first aidmen taid. The boy report
edly suffered a three-inch lacera
tion of th right arm pit in the
3:30 pm. accident. He went to a
physician for sutures.
Modernise Your Bath with Dura
tile. Metal Wan Tile. 1149 f. Com
mercial Ph. 4-S2H. adv
Route Salesmen cover a lot of ter
ritory, but Classified. Ads cover
every newspaper route in town,
- u newsstand sales. Sell H with
Want Ads. . tadv)
BOMB THREAT VOICED
Little excitement was created
Tuesday noon when a woman's
voire told the Statesman-Journal
switchboard that a bomb "is set
to go off at 1 o'clock." She hum
up without revealing where in Sa
lem the explosioa waa supposed to
take place..
Kummage sale, Greenbaums, 240
N. Commercial. Opea I a.m. Aug.
J7 IS.
Indecent Book
Law Again
Questioned
The constitutionality of state
laws governing the sale of inde
cent literature waa . questioned
Tuesday by attorneys for Jack St.
Clair, Salem magazine and book
distributor accused of ' illegal
sale.
A similar attack waa made last
week by attorneys for Claude Cum
miagj. another Salem distributor
simarily accused.
Attorneys for both men sow have
-that recent, srand . iurv
indictments against their clients
fail to qualify as a crime under
existing statutes, and that state
laws concerning indecent litera
ture are unconstitutional because
they contain no basis for judging
the indecency of literature.
Judge George Duncan of Marios
County Circuit Court gave St.
Clair's attorneys to days in which
to prepare written arguments to
support their assertions.
Both St. Clair and Cummings
were arrested July 31 after a
grand jury indicted them for sell
ing indecent literature. They were
released after pasting f.0t bail.
The jury returned its indictments
after almost four day of hearing
witnesses and examining examples
of to called obscene publications
sold openly oa county newsstands.
Most of tht evidence shown Jury
members waa la tha form as pee-ket-sised
books.
FATHER DIES
Word has been received of the
death at Kallnpell. Mont., of Albert
Dressen, father of Mrs. George
Hiles. Ij Ben Lomond Dr. Dres
sen was well known in the North
west as owner of the Kslispell Ho
tel. Mrs. Hiles was in Montana at
the time of her father's death.
Floor model sale, Bonedix laundry
appliances. Washers 4 dryers al
so "Duomatic" all-in-one. Drastic
ally reduced. Judson's, 279 N.
Com'l. tadv)
DRIVER PLEADS GtTtLTY
Robert Lloyd Woodhull. Dallas,
was fined 1200 Tuesday in muniei-l
pal court after he pleaded guilty!
to a charge of driving while in-j
toxical ed. The man had been ser
ved with a warrant out of the
court. . , . .
We are closing out! Buy NOW and
save, dresses , valued to $35 only
9S.99. Skirts value M M at S3. Hol
lywood Apparel Shop, 2002 Fair
ground Rd. Ph. 24507.
Dental plates repaired while you
wait at Painless Parker Dentist,
12S N. Liberty, Salem. (adv.)
WOMAN FINED
Margaret Bell Drager. 1740 Star
light Dr., paid a $300 fine in mun
icipal court Tuesday after pleading
guilty to a charge of driving; while
intoxicated. The arrest was made
about 11:30 p.m. Monday in the
300 block of N. Commercial Street.
it N. Church St. Ph. Mil, ext. 73
Unsightly facial hair removed
safely, permanently. Price's Beau
ty Salon. Pb. 3-5859. (adv.)
MAN STILL I'NCONSTIOl H
James Perry Wells. 22, Oervais,
injured in a Sunday highway acci
dent near Hnpmere, still had not
fully regained consciousness Tues
day night, accoftking to attendants
at Salem Memorial Hospital.
10 discount M all Christmas
Card Purchases made before Sep
tember I, 1ISC.
STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO.
Public
Records
CIRCITT COIRT
State vs Jack St. Clair: Defend
ant files demur, er to state's
charge of selling indecent litera
ture, says that 'indictment dors
not substantially conform to cer
tain state statutes, and that in
dictment does not constitute a
crime.
Donavan C. Cox vs General
Motors Acceptance Corp. and Ray
Stevens: Civil suit dismissed with
prejudice and without costs on
motion of -"plaintiff.
Loretta Dahl vs Go-Jon Dahl:
Plaintiff's complaint for divorce
charges cruel and inhuman treat
ment. Married October, 1955, at
Stayton. .
Mary J. Shoher vs Richard J.
Shober: Divorce decree granted
to plaintiff, as well as custody and
$70 monthly support for two child
ren; property settlement approved.
Heather M. Bowers vs Ivan A.
Bowers: Plaintiff's complaint for
divorce charges cruel and in
human treatment, asks custody of
and $120 monthly support for two
children, and property settlement.
Married Nov. 13, 1943, at Mel
bourne, Australia.
PROBATE COI RT
Aurthur C. Plank estate: Order
sets Sept. 17 as date for hearing
final account.
Ethel L. Weeks estate: Final ac
count approved and estate ordered
distributed. ,
Fred W. Lindtey estate: Final
account approved and administra
tor discharged.
Nellie V, Land estate: Estate
closed and administrator discharg
ed. DISTRICT COI RT
Henry Wilmer Hemes, Flood
wood, Minn., and John Henry Vin
ton, Seattle, both bound over to
the Marion County grand jury
after a preliminary hearing on a
charge of attempted burglary.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
APPLICATIONS
Albert A. Yost, 21, farm laborer,
Sublimity, and Alice E. Brown,
19, Coquille. '
Richard Que Quigley, 27, student,
1208 Chemeketa St., and Joyce
Frances Ohlsen, 24. teacher, Port
land. Chester Harland Hedges, .16, mill
worker, 100 Howard St., and Dor
othy V. Ahrendt, 29, maid, 913 Mill
St. -
Jim Ray Boyd, 18, laborer,
Stayton, and Beverly Joan Schra
der, 18, Coos Bay.
Ml MCIPAL COI RT
Margaret Bell Drager, 1740 Star
light Dr., fined $300 after plead
ing guilty to a charfje of driving
while intoxicated. '
Robert Llnyd Woodhull, Dallas,
fined $200 after pleading guilty to
driving while intoxicated.
Robert Nelson Schrader, 271 Mag
nolia St., fined $.15 after pleading
guilty to charge of illegal posses
sion of liquor,
Now Now Now
Moore Heat Inc.. 430 S. Church St.,
Electro Ray Baseboard -heat to Sa
lem sc vicinity.
WOMAN RECOVERING
Emily Van Sam en is reported
convalescing rapidly at her home,
1353 Edgewater St., after undergo
ing major surgery recently at Sa
lem General Hospital.
isomers Bar-B Q fc . Western
Jamboree. Sun. Auff. Mth. Pur-
' chase dinner tickets at 4-Corner
Business houses. Adult $1.25 Child
ren 75c. (adv.)
TEXAN'S TO PICNIC
A picnic gathering for former
residents of Texas sow living ia
Oregon will take place Sunday at
Shut Park, Hillsboro.
Rochester Psaches Soon Over.
Red Haves k Slappy coming, El
Ixrtas lalar. 1J7 Wallaca Rd.
Moses P. Adams,.
VIOLET SOCIETY PICNIC
Salem African Violet Society
members will picnic In Englewood
Park Thursday night at (:30.
Amaxing new roof that a lot of
people are talking about. Most im
portant contribution to better roofs
in our 20 years. John Manville
Seal-O-Matic shingles. Call Mathis
Bros. Ph. 4-M31. (adv)
Washington
Druggist Gets
Kin an is Helm
A druggist from Puyallup, Wash.,
was elected governor Tuesday in
the closing day of the Kiwania
Northwest District convention in
Salem.
Melvin Dennis, who will head the
district the coming year, has been
a Kiwanian ainca 193, serving as
club president, division. lieutenant
governor and district chairman. Ha
defeated Duane Culbertaon of Seat
tle to win the position held for
the past year by A. Freeman Ser
sanous of Portland.
Penticton, B. C, was selected
for the 1957 convention. The recom
mendation of the delegates must
be approved by the board of dis
trict trustees before the decision is
final.
Another high point of tha day
was a talk by Oregon Gov, Elmo
Smith at a lunch in Salem Armory.
Wrltiea fa Water
The history of Oregon will be
written in water rather than blood,
he said, as H is one of few states
with water resources adequate for
industrial expansion and increasing
population.
"In Oregon we have recognized
the tremendous importance of this
resource and are developing a iar
sightrd policy which will make pos
sible the fullest and most con
structive use of our . water re
sources," tie said. As a member of
the State Senate before he became
governor, Smith took a leading
role in creation of a Water Re
sources Board.
He also called to the attention
of the visiting Kiwanians lrom
four states, Alaska, Yukon and
British Columbia, Oregon's nation
al reputation as a leader in labor
legislation, legislative processes,
schooling and wages.
Organizations such as Xiwanis
are essential to a growing state
to concern themselves with prob
lems which cannot be successfully
met by either government or in
dividualsv he-eaid.
Kiivanis Officers Elected
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Elected Tuesday at tha Kiwania Northwest District convention
in Salem war liH Hammond, Ufi, lieutenant f evsmee for
division 14, ana) Melvin Dennis, right, of Puyallup, Wash.,
district governor. (Stetosman photo)
Grand Jury Gels
Pair in Attempted
Store Burglary
Two mei charged with at
tempted burglary of a Salem
jewelry store were bound over to
the Marion County grand jury
Tuesday ailer a preliminary hear
ing on the charge in district court.
Henry Wilmer R ernes. 34, Flood
wood. Minn., and John Henry Vin
ton, 40, Seattle, were arrested Fri
day night by city police who said
the pair were trying to cut
through window of The Jewel
Box. 443 Slate St.
District Judge Edward O. Stad
ter, Jr., continued hail at $2,000.
Hammond Named
Bill Hammond of Salem was
named lieutenant governor for Di
vision 14. Other division lieuten
ant governors ratified by the con
vention are:
British Columbia Cecil C. An
nett. Oak Bay; Dr. Ray Stevens,
North Bumabyi Claytoa Stewart,
Trail; Gerald Dingman, Cranbrook.
Washington Gene Schrader,
Seattle: Dr. I. A. Weaver, Everett;
Grant Dunbar, Kent: Eugene Cook,
Hoquiam: Karle Robertson, Omak;
Lee Milot. Spokane; Lyal Menzrr,
Othello; Lincoln W. Newell, Pasco.
Idaho Joe Baldeck, Lewiston-
Clarkstoo. -
Oregon Doa Mitchell, Astoria;
Louis Tippet, Portland; James
Hunt. Hillsboro; Gilbert Haring.
Portland Southwest Hills: Maurice
Newland," Roseburgr'John Van
Doren, Klamath Falls; Richard K.
Evans, Baker.
Alaska Paul Hagelberger, Fan-banks.
Resolutions adopted include one
to continue the tradition of serving
no alcoholic liquors at district
functions.
Science Study Rmled
The convention also called for
efforts to promote increasing study
of mathematics, science and en
gineering subjects, and better care
for mentally ill persons.
An increase in district dues from
$2 ts $3 a year, tried in the past
year, was adopted permanently.
Another resolution thanked the Sa
lem club and the community for
their hospitaltiy.
Ben Hazen of Portland was selec
ted to be the Northwest candidate
for international trustee next year.
Also aiming for the future was dis
tribution of a printed invitation
to Eugene for the 1958 convention.
'Deadly-Five'
Violations on
Road Noted ,
Gov. Elmo Smith Tuesday pin
pointed Oregon's "deadly five"
highway violations as he urged
police officials and judged hear
ing traffic cases io be alert in
trying to stem a sudden upsurge
in traffic fatalities. .
Gov. Smith said 21 traffic
deatrlk have been reported for the
first 12 days of August. He said
the toll includes two spectacular
crashes in Southern Oregon, each
of which claimed the lives of five
persons.
"The 'deadly five' violations,
previous studies have shown, are
excessive speed, driving on the
wrong side of -the teas,- failure to
give right of way, failure to yield
to pedestrians, and disregarding
stop signs," Gov. Smith said.
Death Claims
Mrs. Mower
Mrs. Nellie K. Mower, who had
lived in Salem for the past 25
years, died Monday at a Salem
nursing home after a month's ill
ness. She had made her home at
152 S. Church St.
Mrs. Mower had been employed
at Miller's department store and
Reed'a women's apparel store. She
was bora Dec. 21, 1873, at Fari
bault, Minnu and came ta Salem
from South Dakota.
Sa far as knows there are ae
survivors.
Christian Science services win
be held at 1:30 p m. today at Vir
gil T. Golden Cbapel.
Headon Crash
Wrecks Autos
Two cars were heavily damaged
and one driver suffered a bloody
nose Tuesday in a headon colli
sion at Salem Heights Avenue and
Liberty Road, first aidmen reported.
The bloody nose was Incurred
by a man listed by aidmen as
Paul A. Weil. 8431 Livingston St.
Aidmen said the other driver in
the 1:15 p.m. accident was Walter
Zosel. 180 E. Superior St. Weil did
not require 'any further treatment.
Manbrin Kids
TaParada
On Thursday
About 175 children of Manbrin
Gardens are expected to partici
pate Thursday In the annual Man
bria Garden Kiddie Parade, Mrs.
Robert latta aad Mrs. Orville
Mull, co-chairmea ef tha event,
reported Tuesday Bight.
Theme of the parade Is "Let's
Pretend," which gives the young
sters opportunity to portray what
ever character they would most
like te imitate, Mrs. Butte said.
Route of the 1:30 p.m. event will
be along moat of the subdivision's
street.
Small floats, decorated tricycles
and wagons, and other movable
devices win be Included. The pa
red win aad at "The Big Tree"
(Manbrin Drive sear Straw Drive)
with a wholesome Ice cream and
soda pop feast for participants.
Foreign Delegation to
Visit Salem in Project
Another delegation from foreign
lands travelling under the sponsor
ship of the. Association for World
Travel Exchange will visit Salem
this coming weekend.
Mrs. Jerrold Perry, 1230 West
wood Drive, who ia chairman of
the local reception committee, an
nounces the party will arrive about
10:30 p.m. Saturday and be wel
comed at the state eapitol. Their
departure is set for Monday at 9
a.m. following a tour of the eap
itol, with Walla Walla the next
stop.
The visitors will be enter
tained in various Salem homes.
Sunday morning, they may attend
church services with their hosts.
In the afternoon a pot luck dinner
will be served in Bush's Pasture.
Reception Set
A public reception will be given
for them ia the evening at the
YWCA. Alfred J. Herman. Belgian
consul in Portland, who has two
relatives in the party, will attend
the reception. .
Leaders of the group are Mr.
and Mrs. Robert L. Epps of New
Hsvea, Conn. In the party from
Belgium are Guy Dcbbaudt, Sol
ange de Lobx-Corswarem. Jean
Marie Ledoux, Andres LiegoU, As
trid Mantnieki, Nicole Moens. Col-
Road Board
Meets Today
The 195$ Legislative interim
committee oa highways will meet
here today.
The agenda is expected to in
clude further discussion of a pro
posal to relieve the State highway
department of purchasing high
way rights-of-way and other subjects.
ette Parser, Moinque Parser, Nic
ole Rampont, Nicole Verstegrn,
Frem Frssee
Those from France are Jacquel
ine Dumont-Perrot, Marie-Therese
Haag, Miss F. Grassin, Jean Louis
Edde. Odette Challou. Dr. G. N.
Last is from Pakistan. Karl Mid
delhauve from Germany, Leif
Plenov from Denmark and Jac
queline Lavernhe from Algeria.
The goal of the sponsoring asso
ciation is to promote international
understanding through hospitality
exchange groups. Since 1953, over
1,000 American families have co
operated in opening (heir homes to
foreign visitors.
Ceiling Halts
Aerial Look
At Mosquitoes
A low ceiling and time shortage
Tuesday curtailed a planned aerial
mosquito survey by two city of
ficials in a visiting helicopter.
Councilman Russell Bone Steele
and Charles Barclay, ' administra
tive assistant to the city manager,
had planned an extensive survey
of likely mosquito breeding spots
In the area, such as poods and
other damp areas.
Rut the Bell 47-92 high altitude
helicopter couldn't take off until
late morning because of the ceil
ing. The craft had to leave early
in the afternoon for Roseburg.
Consequently little time was left
ta accomplish much m the way of
a survey, the officials said. The
"Copter, piloted by William Quin
lia, was the same one used ia the
recent survey to determine height
of Mt. Rainier in Washington.
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Crash Hurts Dallas Youth
A Dallas youth was unconscious
after a one-car accident Tuesday
morning eei Sunnyside Road, state
police reported. Another youth suf
fered minor Injuries.
Most seriously hurt, said police,
was Virgil rtiesen, 109 East Birch
St., Dallas. Taken to Salem Mem
orial Hospital with a severe heed
injury, he hsd not yet regained
consciousness Tuesday Bight, at
tendants said.
Roy Priesen, II. also of Dallas
but oa relation to the other, was
released from the hospital after
treatment of minor hurts.
Officers said Roy rrlssea told
them the accident occurred about..
ll a.m. wnen me car on
gravel and flipped.'
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Births
SOHRT-To Mr. and Mrs. John
Sohrt, 289 Draper, a daughter,
Tuesday, Aug. 14, at Salem Gener
al Hospital.
KIRBY-To Mr. and Mrs. Har
ris Kirby, Albany, a daughter,
Tuesday, Aug. 14, at Salem Gener
al Hospital.
OCl'PE-To Mr. and Mrs. Primo
Ocupe, Salem Route 2. Box 223. a
daughter, Tuesday, Aug. 14, at Sa
lem General Hospital,
KNOX-To Mr. and Mrs. George
Knox, 4615 Tenter St., a daughter,
Monday, Aug. 13, at Salem Gener
al Hospital.
M'RDY-To Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
A. Purdy, Scio, a son, Tuesday,
Aug. 14, at Salem Memorial Hos
pital.
COVE-To Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Gove. 595 Hansen Ave , a daugh
ter, Tuesday, Aug. 14, at Salem
Memorial Hospital.
' BEKRINGER-To Mr. and Mrs.
Myrl W, Berringer, Phoonix.Ariz.,
a son, Tuesday, Aug. 14, at Salem
Memorial Hospital.
W. E. Hiuton,
79, Succumbs
William Edward Hinton, 79, a
resident of the Salem ares for 30
years, died late Monday at a Sa
lem hospital. He had lived at 4.14
N. 18th St.
Born April , 1977, in Missouri,
Hinton farmed as a young man in
the state of Colorado and later was
a grocer at Talbot. Ore., and then
at Fruitland near Salem.
He was a member of the Baptist
Church at Boone Creek, Mo., and
of the Odd Fellows Lodge in Mis
souri, Survivors Include three sisters,
Mrs. M. C. Brooks. Mrs. M. F.
Durham and Mrs. William Mills,
all of Salem, and several nieces
and nephews including Mrs. R. H.
Mapes. Mrs. C. B. Colbath and
Howard Mills, all of Salrm.
Funeral services will be held at
3 p.m. Thursday at the Virgil T.
ftulden Chapel, with interment fol
lowing at City View Cemetery,
C & K Lumber Firm
To Handle Shale Block
.The C st K Lumber Co. of
1 Salem has been granted a fran
chise as distributor of Haydite
expanded shale block, ""he an
nouncement came from Smilh
wick Concrete , Products of Port
land, manufacturer nf the item.
The expanded shale is used not
only in block manufacture but
also as poured in place converet
in atl types of structures
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