The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 25, 1956, Page 3, Image 3

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Oregon Statesman, Salem, Ore., Sat., Aug. 25, 1056-3
Around Town. .
HEADLINING ... the social
newt during the late summer are
the many visitors in the capital
... Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Strickfadrn have had as their
guests. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Grrenleaf of Rancbe Mirage,
Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Cy
Greenleaf of Hollywood . . . the
two men are brothers and Sidney
Grecnlea is postmaster at Ran
cho Mirage . . . The California
visitor were here several weeks
and spent most of their time at
Ihr Strickfadens' summer home at
Keiier. .
Thursday fur
ence Hamilton, Donald McCargar,
Edwin Keech, Ward Davis, Gar
len Simpson, and James Payne. . .
Gathering , . at Champoirg
Sunday far a ptraic will be mem
bers el the Buraalde family . . .
this la aa aaaaat affair and spe
elal gaests wlU be Mr. aad' Mrs.
Emery Praetor af Ottnmwi, lawa.
aad Mr. aad Mrs. L. M. BaratMe
f Oeeaaslde, Calif. . . . The lat
ter are leaving Best week far
their heme Mlawlag a maalh's
stay here aad the Praetors are
remaining far aaather manth . . .
Others la the greaa will be Mr.
I. k. ...u.t and Mm. H. T. Smith of Fares!
a " werkeao' visit ' Grave, Mr. aad Mrs. Darrell El-
were Mr. aaat Mr.. H.mar Ijiifar Portland. Mrs. Harry Bora-
ol Uwlataa. Idaho, wha are ; '. Mr. aa Mrs.- William CY
guesta at his brother-in-law and i tyrr Jr.. Caanell, Marilyn aad
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce WU-; Phillip.. Dr. aad Mr.. Wlnfirld
Hams . .. . The Lanky, have beea!Nedham and .Mr. aad Mrs. Ed
living la Baagor. Maine aad Just i 'd Burnslde, Betty aad Bob. . .
recently maved to Lewl.loa. ;. .1 All-day picnic . ..: slated for
Visitors ... at the home of j Sunday at Taylor's Grove for
Mr. and Mrs. C. Lester Newman staff members of James L. Payne,
are their daughter, Mrs. Donald ! architect . . . Their wives and
Wells, and her sons, Steve and Children will attend with over 30
Larry, of Modesto. , Calif. They expected ... Mr. and Mrs Payne
will be here until Tuesday. . . . re making arrangements for the
House cue.). .. . of Mr. and ""
Mrs. Bertel C. Sjoding have beea
his brother aad slster-ln-law, LI.
Cel. aad Mrs. Harold SJodlng af
Tampa. Plerlda . . . Colonel Sjod-
Aa revolr party , . .aa Friday
evening honored Laima Slede,
ha is scon moving Is Mirhigaa,
nhra Sandra Sneddon, Trnie Gas
lafua aad Julie Dodge enter-
their homes
Dinner was
7J 7 " ' . li .Iw-rved at the S.eddaa home
country eomlag by way of C aa-1
ada . . . after a fortnight's stay
la Salem they left for California
and Flarlda. . . .
Grants Pass . . . visitors in the
capital for a few days are Mrs.
C. E. Weston and her grand-
neat la the Gustafsoa home for;
a slumher party . . . aad break-1
fast will be served this morning;
at the Dodge home . . . Attending
the surprise party for l.alma were
Patty Ritchie. Theresa Blum
aaugnter lainerine mirrougns nhn Fuhon. N,Brr VanHouten
. . . they-are making trie r neaa- rjro Rol)b ,, tnltH, Sally
.qtianers ar me marmn no..-, . . ; Jorhlmsrl, tni the hostesses.
Returning , . . this ' weekend
from Astoria will be Mrs. Harris
Leiti and son. Bobby, who have
been guests at the home of former
Salem residents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chalmer Orren ...
Beach Joltings . . . Mrs. Robert
Keedham aad children. Beth aad
Tommy, are sojourning at Nrs
kawin and are joined on the
weedends by Mr. Need'.am . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. iiormsea
It's a boy ... for Mr. and
Mrs. Robert M. Gatke Jr. . '. . thej
lad was born on Thursday at the
Salem Memorial Hospital ... he!
tipped the scales at seven pounds, j
eleven ounces and has been)
named Edward Michael ... He:
has a sister, Brenda Jean . . .'
The grandparents are Mr., and
Mrs. Anton Rentz and Dr. and:
Mrs. Robert Moulton Gatke . . .
and the grrat-grandmnthers are
and ehlldrea, Paul and April. Mrj Hrrhrrt Satchwell of Shedd
have returned from a stay at the
Snrftldea . . .-The William R.
Shlaaa aad ehlldrea, Julie aad
Michael, returned Friday from a.., II I.
vaeatlo. at the Surftlde. . . M- MlSS SChleCht
end for a week's sojoura at W'e
coma as guests af Mr. and Mrs.
Carl G. Collins aad daughter.
and Mrs. E. Schnoenecker of Es-
tacada. ...
Tells Troth
Mr and Mrs. Fred Schlechl ol
A trip south ... tor Mr. ana i Dallas are announcing the engage
Mrs. James I. Teed, who have 1 ment 0( their daughter, Betty, to
Leslie Day, son ot Mr. ana Mrs.
Floyd Day of Dallas. The wed-
f Janet Louclcs
Is Bride of
'Mr. Krater
FOl'R CORNERS White ac
cented with pink was the color
scheme for the Friday evening
wedding of Miss Janet Arlene
Loucks, daughter of the Rev. and
Mrs. Victor L. Loucks of Four
Corners, and Thurman Leon K Ti
ter, son of Oliver H. Krater and
Mrs. Hazel Krater of Salem. .
Officiating at the o'clock nup
tials at the Four Corners Baptist
church were the Rev. Roy Worth
ington and the bride's father.
Baskets of .'pink and white gla
dioluses flanked by tall, white
tapers decorated the altar. Light
ing the candles were Mrs. Eugene
Gertson and Miss Marie llooley.
Vocalists were Jim Newberry
and Miss Myra Friesen and the
groom sang "Always" to his
bride. Mrs. Frank Ferrin was the
A Lace Wedding Gawa
Of nylon lace over taffeta was
the bridal gown. The bodice fash
ioned with a net yoke, Peter Pan
collar and three-quarter sleeves.
The bouffant skirt was waltz
length. Her fingertip illusion veil
was held in place by. a cap
adorned . with .Sequins and seed
pearls. She carried a crescent
bouquet, of pink roses.
The attendants wore waltz
length frocks of pink crystalcne
over taffeta with V necklines, cap
sleeves and bouffant skirts. They
wore matching headdresses and
carried crescent bouquets of pink
Mrs. Jack Krater, sister-in-law
of the groom, was the matron of
honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs.
Glen Hodges. .Miss Arlene Haver
land and Miss Patty Dickman.
Patty Loucks, niece of the bride,
was flower girl. She wore a white
crystalcne frock.
Jack Krater served as best man
for his brother. Groomsmen were
. I Jess Krater. brother of the Broom.
Glen Hodges and Wayne William
son. Seating the guests were
Harry Santee, Bob Schyrock, Ger
ald Biggins, and Alvin Friesen.
Reeeptloa Fallows Rites
Mrs. Loucks chose for her
daughter's wedding a navy crepe
dress and white accessories. Mrs.
Krater also wore a navy crepe
dress and selected w:hite 'accessor:
ies. Their corsages were red gar
net roses.
The wedling party greeted their
guests at a reception in the
church parlors. Cutting the cake
was Mrs. Howard Paschall. sis
ter of the bride. Pouring were
Mrs. Jim Loucks. sister-in-law of
the bride, and Mrs. Jess Gregg
Passing the guest book was Mrs.
Duanp Rouse, sister of the groom
- Assisting about the rooin were
Mrs. Oliver Hickman and the
Misses Jeanette Morgan, Velma
Clark. Luelta Workentin, Agatha
Forrest, Nancy Blessing, Twila
Rickman and Emma Miller.
For her wedding trip the new
Mrs. Krater donned a brown wool
dress with avocado accessories.
After September 1 Mr. and Mrs
Krater will be at home at 3820
Ash Street. Salem.
Wed at GKurcK Ceremony
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Croisnn 'Area
Driller Finds
Artesian Well
A well drilling operation resulted
(his week in an artesian well in
Ihe Croisan Creek area, Salem
well driller Harry A. Robinson re
ported Thursday.
The well is on property owned
by Varian Carrow,. Box SBi Croi
san Road, and is the first artesian
well known to have drilled in the
area, Robinson said. The well de
veloped its artesian characteristics
at a depth of a feet, the driller
said. ,
A constant flow of 24 gallons ot
water per minute pours from a
two-inch pipe just above ground
level. Robinson is waiting (or ce
menting of the well casing to hard
en before a pressure reading is
The only other artesian wells in
the immediate Salem are are in
the vicinity of Brush College,
where "severs,!" have been drilled.
Robinson said. ,
For, New House
Oregon Citizens '
'More Aware' of
Education Needs
Oregon's Citizens arc becoming
much mora aware of the state's
education needs, a committee re
ported to Gov. Elmo Smith Friday.
The committee, headed by Gard
ner Knapp. Salem, recently held
32 meetings in all sections of the
state as a follow-up to the White
House conference on education.
"The activt participation of both
lay and professional groups in these
32 conferences will do much to
mold the future education of Ore
gon children and youth," Knapp
The other members of the com
mittee are Hubert Leonard, Port
land, and Dr, George B. Martin,
Activities to
Close Today
Girls' Camp sponsored by Salem
YMCA at Camp Silver Creek ends
today following full week of ac
tivity. Hikes, dress-up night fun and
b!ij;.. u cm tiaiss wiin maie name Lommission
story house and carport' r CTifPtiUveJ 9 1 1 it Roysseau
Hillcrest Dr, was issued to Roy be,n re5enr cl,vltlf';
Baxter. Friday at city ha... . 'f 1 WS
S iLrEl r ,:!program presented by c.mpcrof
included Peter Lorensen, to alter
a house at 2335 Chemekcta St
the various units.
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vHc?Ser,'J V"2.,a:Pt Adams and Barbara BlunVen-
house at MM N. Summer St.; Ella
stein sang. Candy Painter and
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Richard Noeske (Lola Jean Junta) whose
marriage, took place August 18 at St. Joseph's Catholic
Church... Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Junta
, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Noeske. The newlyweds will live
in Salem. (Kenne!l-Ellis Studio.)
U.rr,. r.M.n .1... . U "'
224 ClaTrie St t L'nne deVriM aV P""'0''
rl ' I. r 7 i . dance, Sandra Goody sang, Naomi
Charles W. Carter was issued a shephtri did balon Wirling. Carol
permit to reroo a garage at 2fl A,h',and and Mary Ewfrt pUyed
.Twice as many Salem ires auto
mobiles have safety defects as the
average car on Americi'i roads
today, according A a two-day
safety check that finished here
One out of every 23 ears
(among 372 tested) wis found
with at leist one safety defect,
Ben Fortner, check chiirmsn, re-
E. Rural Ave. at a cost of $55 and
piano solos.
Show In the Country
been vacationing in Southern Cali
fornia the past three weeks . . .
in Los AnReles they visited a
former Salem resident, Miss Gla
dvs Johnson, and in Glendale with
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hewitt, also
former residents here . . . Kn
mute north up the coast they
stopped in Coos Bay to visit Mrs.
Toed's brnther-in-law and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Dbnnell Sanders. ..
Heading ... for California la
day will he Mrs. David Bennett
lllil, wha will vacation la San and the hay area
ding willM an event of November
j MLss Schle'cht is a graduate of
! Salem Academy And Mr. Day is
'a graduate of Dallas High School.
Modern Etiquette
Q. If a man and girl are dining
in a restaurant where there is
dancing, and another man comes
she also plans to ga to Los Ange- to the table and asks her to dance,
1 for a few days ... 1 is it proper for her to accept? .
,.'S PICNIC TIME . . . Mr ! A. She should ask her escort.
and Mrs. William H. Hammond j "Do you nvnd if I dance with
have invited members of her Bill?" If he says he doesn't mind,!
bride club and their husbands and she may dance with him a very
children to a swimming party and short while, then return to her es- j
picnic on Sunday afternoon at cort.
their summer place on the Little i Q Is it permissible to sip w ater
North Fork of the Santiam . . . j while one has food in onr's mouth?
Bidden are Messrs and Mesdames j A. This is considered very bad
John Heltzol, Robert Wulf, Clar-1 manners.
The 'Ballet of the Birds
Amuses on Lazy Day
' Statesmaa Wemaa's Editor
Three weeks of holiday was this year a double feature.
Three days with Shakespeare, the rest in my own little theater
where wild things are' the actors and wind the music'
Rolling Hills Farm, though only a short three miles from this
busy city, provides as much seclusion as a place far, far away.
There's a continuous show out there to be viewed by the lone spec
tator from a strategically placed hammock a perfect place for
relaxed watching. . . , .
This never ending drama, or variety show if you please, has
held limitless fascination for me. I try to read but watch instead,
I expect to doze, but am alerted by a rustling of the bushes or a
waving fern where there is no wind.
The stretch of lawn' is the stage, the tiny creek the stage
properties. The trees form a backdrop and the high grass and
weeds along the lawn's fringe the wings through which the players
make their entrances and exits.
. The wind that almost constantly stirs the popular trees is the
orchestra and the baaing of a sheep or the melodious tinkle of a
. Swiss cowbell In the distance is incidental music. Then far off, If
the wind is right there's Ihe rumble of the city Is a reminder that
civilization's just around the road's bend, but assurance that I'm
safely away for a brief lime. . ' v
Now a stir in the grass, a small flock of brown birds are
lunching on seed pods. A rustle, and a bevy of quail slowly wan
ders across the stage, head man stations himself on the brick
wall to warn of any peril. Soon they scurry off across the foot
bridge and are gone in the grass beyond. A young hen pheasant,
- still tailless, comes furtively through the tall grass by the pump
house, slides cautiously across the lawn, grabs wildly at a bug,
gulps and is gone into the grain beyond.
Soon a pair of young squirrels, running and wrestling, do their
act. Twisting and jumping exuberantly, they dash up a tree, jump
to another and arc off into the woods.
Set my eyes steadily on the grass and I may see a tiny field
mouse scramble noiselessly from one hole to another, the tiny
furry ball scarcely discernable in the grass.
Then a flock of birds races across the field of vision to man
euver back and forth, landing suddenly in the seedling cherry
across the creek.
A butterfly does a small ballet.
The robin with his eternal worm collecting, the purple finch
and his constant companion the goldiinches who dine on dandelion
seeds, the wren busy in the shady garden and the blue jay pound
ing filberts into' the ground for use next winter, fill any lagging
moments in nature's big show.
If I stay long enough in the hammock and dusk turns into
night, rustling of trees, hooting of owls and the strange call of
some night bird let me know that this dream goes on after dark.
There's a splash in the creek when a coon takes a shortcut
home, two bright eyes, catching the light from an approaching car,
announce that there's something watching from across the creek.
And the wind still rustles, the cowbell plays its tune, and no
body has called all day.
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f very flood Through life of
long loif lwni Homeward
When, at journey's end, a spirit
finds its eternal home, it is prop
er that the funeral service should .
reflect ajl the beauty of this transi
tion, all the solace of this truth.
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Nielsens Honored On Anniversary
WIIXAMIMA A surprise party
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Kred Niei
srn was given Friday evening at
the Gold Crerk Community hall on
their 25th wedding anniversary.
; A no-host dinner was held, after
I which a three tiered wedding cake
! was served to the guests. j
j Mr. and Mrs. Nielsen. , by way ;
I of further celebrating their an-i
: niversary, will take their daughter
.loan, and their son Dale, on a
jtrip to Niagara Falls. ,v
Guests at the party were Mrs.
; Florence Hamilton of Ballston, Mr.
jand Mrs. Alan Kilmer of Amity,
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Harritt and
family of California, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Nsbill of Sheridan, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Ncwbill, Mr, and Mrs.
Harvey McKinney, Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Burll and son, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Barber and family of
(lircle Holils Picnic
The Laura' Austen Circle of the
Jason Lee Methodist Church met
Wednesday noon at Marion Hark
for a picnic luncheon and business
session. The group surprised Mrs.
Rebecca Westahy with a card and
handkerchief shower on her 91st
birthday and also presented her
with a cake. Fourteen members
and friends of the circle attended
the affair.
jonn iv. s.anaisn rec'ivea a permit, Caro, u , blind giri from Eusene
tioi vuiiam, wn0 played an original piano com
"' - ' position. .
I f or Trickle Falls, "Bicycle Built
for Two" was presented in cos
tumes over a hundred years old by
Hillsboro girls Norma 1-aFargc,
Marsha Floghoft, Nancy Marggi,
I Susan Gest and Lynda Loftis.
Dancing the Hokey Pokey in
Caivia Buretion clown costume were Mike Brady
n thia city August Mth. Father of and Susie Hill. Betsy Lee panto
mimed a ballet Instruction class.
F.lizabeth. Upjohn, Marcie Pfeiffcr,
Molly Ffeiffer, Toni Simpson and
Carol Strong told a humorous joke
in unison. Roberta Randall played
a piano solo. Johnny LaFarge sang.
For Bear Creek, a 1920 dance in
costume was presented by Jeanne
Amerata and Kathy Billings; Tami
Parker sang: Marilee Morrison
played piano: Susan Spivey, Pat
in Civil Bend Cemetery (south of Kallaher and Sharon Decatur sang;
a Tennessee wig walk dance was
presented by Julie Shifter, Barbara
Hamilton, Peggy Cook and Kileen
Hadley. .
For Hemlock, a duet was sung
by Helen Rosenfeld and Marcia
Burbridge; Lynda Whipps and Do
lores Thomas sang and danced
"The Duck Song ; Diana Vander
hnff and Pam VanKoughnet played
piano; Diane Hulburt tap danced;
Jean Osko, Joan Sneed and Dar-
lene Thomas sang. Also, the Barb
er Shop Harmonizers Lynn Sheri
dan, Janet Coleman, Kaye Nelson
and Kathy Cole) sang
Mis. Edna Lynn of Albany, Oregon, j
survivea ny Mrs. Ruth tester, Stl
verton. Oregon, Calvin, Clyde B. and
Harold Burelson, all of Portland.
Oifson. Announcement of servlcea
later by W. T. Rigdon Co.
Mrs. Ida r,. Btirisynt
At a local hospital. Survived by a
daughter, Mra. John Rice, Mukllteo,
Washington; son. Carlyle Burgoyne
of Eugene, and six grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren. Serv
ices will be held Saturday at 1 p m.
at Clough Barrlck. with Rev. Walter
A. Sylwester officiating. Interment
in i mi ti,
Edward J. Clnther
Late resident of 4rV Delight St ,
p:ised away in this citv August 24
Husband of Margaret M Glnther of
Salem, the father ot Edwald John,
Richard Jerome, and Gregory Joseuh
Glnther. Brother of John T. Clnther
of Redfleld. So. Dakota. Mrs. Laura
Donatio of Burbank. So. Dakota.
Announcement of services will be
made later by W. T. Rigdon Co.
Mra. Cffle Henry
At a loeal hospital, August U. late
resident of 43M Cherry avenue. Sur
vived by a sister. Mrs. Gay tlrcnel
Harrison of Rosehlll. Iowa. Broth
ers Walter Rogers, Peoria, 111.: Elvie
Rogers of Salem. Seven nieces At
nephews In Iowa and Illinois. Also
1 nephew. Kenneth Henry of Port.
land. Services will be Saturday.
August 25 at 1:10 in the chapel of
the L lough-rlarrlck Funeral Home,
with Rev. Lewis H. Randle officiating.
Interment at City View Cemetery
Florence Olive Hnevca -'
At a IncaJ hospital August 20. late
resident of 1870 South I.lth. Salem.
Survived tw daughter Mrs. Roy
lOllvei Pence of Salem. Four suns,
William C. Hnevet and Paul R. Hoe
vet of Salem: Gilbert J. Hnevet of
Jefferson, Ore.; Harris L. Hnevet of
Portland, Ore. Two sisters. Mrs.
Blanche Stewart. Mrs. Lura Tandy,
both of Salem. Brothers, Harry Mc
Derby ot Crawford, Neb. Ten grand
hlldren and six great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at the Virgil T
Golden C hapel Saturday, August 23
at S p. m. Internment at Rest Lawn
Cemetery. Rev. Julian Keiser otl.c
laling. Mrs. Kslherlns Isaak
Late re-udent ol 463 South 4.1th.
Survived by daughters, Mrs. F.inma
A Perkins ol Salem, Mrs. Helen
Rents of GaM. Calif . Clara Stinnett
of Salem. Sons, Edward Isaak of
Salem. Nathaniel G. Isaak ot Salem
nd T. I.. Isaak. Alvin E. Isaak of
Salem. Sister. Mrs. Caroline Reln
ner of Tripp, South Dakota, Mnrlha
Huchholz of Tripp, South Dakota.
Brother. John V. Melilhslf of Amer
ican Falls, Idaho, Edward Mehlhuff
nd Henry Mehlhaff of Tripp, South
Dakota. Six grandchildren and one
great -grandchild. Services will be
held Monday. August 27, at S:4S a.m.
at ..the Clmign-Barrirk Funeral Home.
Interment will be at McMinnv-lile Ma
sonic Cemetery.
Charles It. Pierce
At his residence. ISGS St..
August 22. Survived by his wife.
Mrs. Martha E. Pierce , of Salem:
daughter. Mrs. Martha O. Tavlnr
ot Granite Clly. 111.. Mrs Marv Gott-
fried of Portland and Mrs. Eva G.
Sharp of Klamath Agency, Oregon:
a son. Rev. Cecil F. Pierce nf Tulsa.
Okla.; a brother, John Pierce nf
Madison. III.: 10. grandchildren and form pnrts, in 19.S9.
five great-grandchildren. Services j , ,... ,. i ,l . ;
will be held at the Assembly of God '" Bakrr. 8CCr in the City
Church. Monday, August 27, at I I of Baker, was appointed to the
n i m. wltn Interment at the City j Baker County Public Welfare Com
View remetery, Clough-Barrlck Fu- , . '
Navy Reserve
Unit to Train
Three valley area men all
members of Salem's Naval Re
serve Surface Division 13-28 will
leave next week for , two-week
Navy training sessions. '
John T. Curry, Rickrealt, and
Paul E. VanFleet. will report Sept.
2 at San Diego boot camp. Fred
erick A. Daniels, of 227S E. Rural
Ave., will take an instructor train
ing course at Seattle beginning
Sept. 2.
The surface division has sched
uled a visit by the Red Cross
Bloodmobile Sept. 20 at the Naval
and Marine Corps Reserve Train
ing Center here. Donations will be
received from ( to 10 p.m. Mem
bers of the public have been in
vited to donate.
Two Appointed to
Slate Positions
Sister Theresa Iiuise, adminis
trator of St. Mary'a Hospital in As
toria, was appointed by Gov. Elmo
Smith Friday to the Hospital and
Medical Facility Survey and Con
struction Advisory Council. The
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Safety, Inspection Notes
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Approves Well
At Mt. Aiiccl
IUUisub New Servlet
MT. ANGEL - Voters approved
by ll to t a measure to chance
the city charter and permit the
drilling and financing of an addi
tional city water well.
The measure had already been
approved at the May II primary
election but technicalities concern
ing the wording of the approved
change compelled calling Friday'
special election. Drilling of the
well was begun several weeks ago.
Construction of the well will be
financed through the sale of gen
eral obligation bonds amounting to
not more than $12,500. The latter
figure Includes purchase of the
well site.
ported Friday night Similar
tests conducted on a national
scope showed only one out of five ,
cars with a safety defect Fortner
This hiih Incidence, nf rierWta
indicates the need for usii tens
of regular safety check program.
rortner said. The Salem Junior
Chamber of Commerce, sponsor .
of the event Is strivine in aa -
annual or semi-annual safety
project established, he added.
The two-da v rhevk use 11.
tested Thursday and 237 tested
rrinsy. a total or 137 cars were
found with defects. Highest on
the list was defective exhaust
systems, S3 ears.
Other defects and the number
of cars with them were: defect
ive rear Nihil. 40- henks.ii m
chipped glass, 41: defective tires.
oi; oeiecuve Drakes. 23; defect
ive front lights, 19: defective
steering, 17; defective windshield -
wipers, b: ana detective rear new
mirror, '1.
The Junior fhamher
silted in the check program try
tne uregon Highway Lifesavers. ..
Alstale Insurance tympany,' ana
Salem New Car Dealer Aasocia
Packing Firm
Tops Quota in
UF Campaign
Salem United Fund had a pre
season boost Friday when Blue
Lake Packers became the first
Fund chapter to exceed its quota
of the 19."6-37 collection on behalf
of 29 youth and welfare agencies.
As fund officials worked on final
details of the citywide campaign
in September, cannery worker
carried out their solicitation at
peak employment season. It was
third year in a row for Blue Lake
to come In first. -
Campaign Chairman William H.
Hammond announced Blua Lake
chapter raised (2,400 from employ
es, a 10 per cent increase over last
Balloon Flight,
Parachute Jump
Scheduled at Fair
. The balloon ascension and para
chute jump that thrilled State Fair
audience three year age, will btj
on hand again for the Oregon Stat
Fair opening her Saturday, Sept
1, Fair alanager Leo G. Spita
bart aaid Friday.
The balloon Jump is scheduled
every evening of the eight-day
state fair at t o'clock. A perform
er of the Badger Balloon Co., Lot
Angeles, will make the ascension ia '
a big, new silk balloon. .---
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Jockey Hurt
In Tumble
A California Jockey, warming up
at the Oregon State Fairgrounds
for September's races, was taken
to Salem General Hospital Friday
morning after he waa dumpedm
a horse during an early moTTg
exercise ride.
Peter Hidalgo, Martinet, Calif.,
was treated at the hospital and
released. Willamette Ambulance
Service attendants aaid he receiv-1
ed possible shoulder and head in-
Hidalgo was riding a two-year-
old on the fairgrounds track about
1:30 a.m. when the animal darted j
through a gap in the inside rail
ing, tossing it rider, it was re-1
ported. I
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