The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 01, 1956, Image 5

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BROKEN WINDOW REPORTED
' A broken window at ahop at
aw, ft. commercial street was
reported to Salem police Thursday
by the, operator of the store, A. V.
Sanderson, 1372 Laurel Ave. Of
ficers said hole about six Inches
in diameter was discovered in the
window. A' small rock was found
inside the shop.
New Owner: Mr. k Mrs. Floyd
Held now operating Louis Fish
Grotto. Eat where the food is ex
cellent. Separata dining rm. for
group dinners. Additional to the
menu, salads, chickens k steaks.
Open from T a.m. to 10 p.m. every
day. 371S S. Coml adv.
New Owner: Mr. k Mrs. Floyd
Held now operating Louis Fish
Grotto. Eat where the food is ex
cellent. Separate dining rm. for
group dinners. Additional to the
menu, salads, chicken; k steaks.
Open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. every
day. J71S S. Com l. adv.
MACHINE OVERTURNED v
A softdrink machine was found
upside down -in the driveway of a
Mobilgaa service atation at 1095 S
Commercial Street early Friday
morning, Ralph Mapes, , station
owner, loia city police. .
unsightly facial hair removed
safely, permanently. Price's Beau
ty Salon. Ph. 1-5659. (adv.)
Young turkey fryers, ready for pan
or freezer. Dick's Market. Phone
4-5742, 3973 Si! vert on Rd. (adv.)
Local Improved Elberta Beaches:
Lancaster Dnv 1 blks. South of 4
Corners. . (adv.)
BLANKET STOLEN
Venita Howard, 563 Court St.,
reported to Salem police Friday
that a Pendleton blanket valued
at $14 was taken from her car
while the vehicle was parked down
town.
L. E. Hammer's Garage will be
closed from Aug. 25 to Sept. 4.
(adv.) ;
"Mr. bird Robin says" In flying
around Salem I have noticed a lot
of roofs thst need fixin. Please fix Court Apartments now have 2 furn
so my friend "Minnie Mouse" will j rm. apartments at 155. Ph. S-7440,
nave a arj oca inn winter, maims (adv.)
Bros., 2061 State 51. Ph. 4-4831
adv.
COMMISSIONER'S 75TH YEAR
County Commissioner E. L. (Ed)
Rogers was Joined by several fel
low courthouse workers Friday in
a cake-and-coffee celebration of
his 75th birthday in County Judge
'Rex Hartley's office. Rogers also
recently completed his 10th year as
a county commissioner,.
Thurs.. Frl. k SatUsed Cloth
ing shoes 5c to 25c. No article
over 25c, Ruth's Rummage Shop,
875 Market. .adv.
Announcement
See the revolutionary new roof on
television SUNDAY. Sept. 2nd.
"KPTV" from to 5:30 p.m. (adv.)
We are now open for business in
Keizer District at 140-Chemawa Rd.
All new well planned Department
Store with lots of free parking,
check our prices before you buy
back to school clothes. Watch the
' papers for our big grand opening.
Free 150t nothing to buy, no pui
iles to solve. Romano's Dept.
Store. 840 Chemawa Rd., across
the street from Keizer School.
(adv.)
Dental plates repaired while you
wait at Painless Parker Dentist,
125 N. Liberty. Salem. (adv.)
Public
Itccorcls
CIRCUT COURT
Louise Gertrude Hirks vs. Her
man Eward Hicks: Suit for divorce
dismissed on grounds that recon
ciliation has been made.
Mable Ruth Donaldson vs. Buryl
L. Donaldson: Plaintiff's complaint
for divorce charges cruel and in
human treatment and asks for cus
tody and $40 monthly support for
two minor children. Married March
. 1950, at Springfield, Ore.
PROBATE COURT
Estate of Lizzie Heasley. de
ceased: Order sets Oct. 1, 1950, as
data for hearing final account
Estate of Minnie E. Cooper, de
ceased: Order sets Oct. t. 19S. as
date for hearing final account.
Estate of Rhoda Thompson, de
ceased: Order sets Oct, I. 1956, as
date for hearing final account.
Estate of Annie Tallman, de
ceased: Estate closed and .executor
discharged.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
APPLICATIONS
Orland Wages, 41. librarian and
minister, Jacksonville, Texas, and
Alice Ella Humphreys, 32. secre
tary, 2055 S. Cottage St., Salem.
Donald O. Costley, 23. student.
South Gate. Calif., and Sharon D.
Poole, 1. student, Stayton.
Edward Andrew Otter, 20, stu
dent, Newberg, and Paula Mar
garet Scott, 21, teacher, Silverton.
Stanley M. Overturf, Sft, lineman,
13 State St.; and Luella M. Mat
tingly, 25, 14.13 State St.
Emil Frederic Marx. Is, student,
Rickreall, and Martha Lee Scan
Ion, 20, secretary, Independence.
Eugene Gilson Towne, 47, pho
tographer. St. Louis. Mo., and
Frances Myrtle Davis, 39, waitress,
Roy, Mont.
2 Appointed
To Extension
Posts in Linn
The appointments of Miss Eula
Wlntermote and John Massie as
new extension agents In. Linn
County were announced Friday by
F. L Ballard, assistant director
of the extension service at Oregon
State College.
Miss Wlntermote replaces Mrs.
Dorothy Brown who moved to Ben
ton County to be in charge of the
home economics program. Massie
replaces Ted Sidor who hss gone
to LaGrande as county chairman
of the Union County extension ser
vice staff.
Miss Wintermote is a 1931 grad
uate of the University of Nebras
ka. She spent two years in the
Nebraska extension service and
seven years in Jackson County as
extension agent. This past year
she has been at Fort Collins. Colo.,
doing advanced study at Colorado
AIM College.
Massie is a 1951 graduate of
Ohio Stale University. He has been
in the air force for the past five
years.
Varied Exhibit
Displays Wait
Fair Crowds
Salem Man New
Station Manager
Alex de Schweinitz. well known
in Salem, has been named man
ager of new radio station
KGR0, in Gresham. The station
will serve eastern Multnomah and
northern Clackamas counties.
In orer to accept the position
he resigned as manager of Sta
tion KVOS in Bellingham, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. de Schweinitz, and
their two sons, will leave Salem
as soon as living accommoda
dations are obtained , in Gresham.
Mrs. de Schweinitz is a daugh
ter of the late Supreme Court
Justice and Mrs. Harry H. Belt.
Births
(Story also pare I)
Textile and art departments will
occupy a place of their own this
morning as the Oregon State Fair
opens for its 91st annual display,
All Judging is expected to be com'
pitted and ribbons placed in these
two departments by the time the
big show opens.
Judging in the foods department
will begin Saturday where count
ing toward the "Queen of the
Kitchen" award will be awaited.
She will be the person scoring the
most points in the nearly 200 bak'
ing and food preservation classes.
Numerous food demonstrations
are also planned in the foods de
partment. -
The Oregon Agate and Mineral
Society will have a lapidary and
petrified wood display. The Jewel
ry is of original design and com
pletely hand-crafted by Dr. and
Mrs. Wheelright of Milwaukie.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McGrew of
Portland and Mrs. Mamie Eyman
of Woodburo. The crystals in min
iature and larger, sizes are -exhibited
by Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Yeager of Portland.
Fannie Bronson, whose model
horses have brought the great of
the country to her doors in small
Oregon towns, will have her dis
play of horses, carved from Balsa
wood. In the hobby division.
The state fair s farm, logging
and industrial show is believed to
be the biggest of its kind ever
staged on the Pacific Coast: It
will embrace $1,500,000 worth of
latest equipment.
Providing sharp contrast will be
display of oldtime steam en
gines and threshing ..machines.
sponsored by Western Steam
Fiends Association, An auto show
will also be held.
Inside the fair s numerous ex
hlbrt pavilions, ringsides,-and live
stock barns, country people will
watch their own and neighbors
stock compete for more than $60,'
000 in premiums, while town folk
will, if this year runs true to
previoua ones, spend their time
alloted to livestock, for the most
part in the barns watching , the
animals being readied for show
ing.
Swine Prises Faay
The swine department alone of
fers $6,000 in prize money with
more thousands earmarked for
beef, dairy and dual purpose
cattle, sheep, goats, poultry and
draft horses.
Champions will be crowned In
every breed, with many special
awards like the Gold Sheep Bell
Trophy and the County Dairy
Herd title also to be decided dur
ing the week.
Entertainment, both free and at
nominal prices, is aplenty this
year.
Rainier shows and Kiddieland
have combined to bring the fair
one of the biggest collections of
riding devices ever assembled in
Oregon.
The Helene Hughes stage revue,
scheduled every night of the fair
at I o'clock, will feature eight
acts which will all It making
their first appearance at the State
Fair. Most of them, like Master
of Ceremonies Joey Rardin, are
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Thla new 24 x 70 foot frame building will house the Haven School for Mentally Retarded
utuiaren. Located on ine Battle uree road approximately five mile south of Salem, the
school expects an enrollment of 45 youngsters tbli year.
State Office
Space Group
Outlines Plan
The governor's committee to in
vestigate thy need for additional
state office space met Friday aft
ernoon and outlined a course of
action.
First step in the study will be a
survey of space now used by state
activities and the amount of space
they require to relieve the current
congestion and provide for future
expansion. It was brought out that
ail state buildings are now taxed
to their capacity and negotiations
are in progress to obtain addition
al space on a rental basis.
A report to the 1957 Legislature
will be based on the space survey.
State Sen. John Merrifield, Port
land, committee chairman, has
suggested construction of two
buildings out of the estimated $30,-
000,000 surplus funds at the end of
the current biennium. .'.
These Include a building to house
the department of justice and state
supreme court and an office struc
ture. Both would be located in the
state capital sone. "
Members of the committee spent
much of Friday afternoons survey
ing space in Salem state buildings.
Retarded Children School
Added to Salem UF Rolls
'Mr. Talent'
Plans Show
At State Fair
"Mr. Talent" will present free
lalentvshows every afternoon of the
Oregon State Fair which opens
here S a t u r d-a y and continues
through Saturday, Sept. g.
Construction of a $14,900 one-! Mr- Talent, whose name is Carl
story duplex at 2990 and 299 "swiey, is widely-known through
n.. i ... ., ....j I- the Pacific Northuvtt far hi
. . . . li can ici ic uiiic woa afpi v'EU 1 1 1 - - ...0
veterans of motion pictures, top. . , .in ruirmil . i "Search for Talent" shows nn sm.
television shows a n d supper Marv :.,.. hv th. ritv 'tion KPTV. .
nliika a itntas tknmia m r 1 a rnni ' '
-J"' "u-.": I engineers office,
me jacx oeiienriage oruncsiri
will complete the state show
New Duplex
Given Okeh
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in -nrld of articles Srallns with
Unlua runt ((tnrln. Ther arc II
urk sgtiiclei la Salem, fanr k
tlonal ascacles, Inrludlnf Uu JU4
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"Newest agency to join Salem's
United Fund family is the Haven
School for Mentally Regarded
Children which
was accepted
as a UF par
ticipant ' this
year after in
vestigation by
the Salem Com
munity Coun
cil and the UP
budget committee.
.Started in September. 1954. hv
Al and Lillian Moss, the school
is located on Battle Creek Road
two miles south of Pringle School.
Because of limited accommoda
tions, a roomily 12 x 14 feet,
enrollment at the school has been
limited to 25 children. A hew
buildings 24 x 70. feet, just com
pleted, however will permit ex-
B A V E R To Mr. and Mrs.
George J. Bauer, 1145 Spruce St.,
a son, Friday, Aug. II, at Salem
Memorial Hospital.
PEDEN To Mr. and Mri. Les
ter Peden, Independence, a, son,
Friday, Aug. 31, at Salem Memo
rial Hospital.
I " BAILLIE To Mr. and "Mrs.
Richard D. Baillie, 125 Cottage
Dr., a son, Friday, Aug. 31, at Sa
le mMemorial Hospital.
JOHNSON To Mr. and Mrs.
William C. Johnson, 2187 Bruce
St., a son, Friday, Aug. 31, at Sa
lem General Hospital.
Holiday Road Safety Urged
By Police, Traffic Officials
State and Salem officials issued
an urgent plea Friday to all Sa
lem area motorists to drive care
fully during the Labor Day week
end. Officials who had comment Fri
day in the "drive safely" cam
paign are Gov. Elmo Smith;
James R. Banks, executive secre
tary of the Oregon Traffic Safety
Commission; State Police Deputy
Superintendent Lee M. Bown; Sa
lem Police Captain Glenn A. Bow
man; Rex Gibson, Marion County
chairman of Highway1 Lifesavers
Committee and Oregon's , Life
saver's volunteer president E. C.
Sammons.
During the three - r"ay holiday
state and local police will cancel
all leaves and days off, and will
maintain full forces in an attempt
to keep traffic accidents to a min
imum. ; ;
Police Captain Bowman said in
anticipation of crowded conditions
on highways leading to Salem, be
cause of the State- Fair, that his
department will make every ef
fort to see that all traffic regu
lations are obeyed., ''Be sure and
drive yonr car so that your li
cense will expire before you do,"
is how he put it.
Need for Cisartesy .
r Deputy , Superintendent . Bown
emphasized the need for courtesy
f the road In addition to obeying
n traffic laws.
Gov. Smith said that only the
driver's good sense can prevent
accidents. "Jt's up ti. the Indi
vidual now," he said, "to prove
that the Labor Day holiday will
provide the Intended rest and re
laxation rather than highway
death and tragedy."
Highway Lifesavers' president
Sammons said "experience shows
that observance of traffic regu
lations will reduce accidents up
to 99 per cent." .
Police Alert
During the holiday state police
have been notified to be on the
alert for five violations most often
noted in rural fatal accidents,
Banks said. I
these five are listed as exces
sive speed, driving on the wrong
side of the road, making a left
turn in i the face of oncoming
traffic, passing without sufficient
clearance and following too closely-
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There were no deaths reported
last year in Marion-Polk County
during the three-day h liday, ac
cording to the State Traffic Safety
Commission. Polk County reported
one. accident and Marion County
reported 29 accidents and 10 in
jured due to traffic mishaps.
The rodeo portion of the com
bined hofse and rodeo show, also
to run nightly at 8 p.m., is under
Christian
Currently he is conducting- a n re-
Other permits issued Friday atl'iminary sch for state fair
city hall included: talent at a series of shows in
Darwin Lawrence, to reroof s l'J"' SiIve,rtn' Cr"
house at1230 Elm St.. $100; Brey- va"'? nd oth.?r 0reon town-
the auspices of the Rodeo Cow-! man Estate, to repair a store at "owever, all talent is eligible to
bovs of America. This has broueht 320 Court St.. $100: Glen Clark. toimPwe state fair, Mr,
out many of the nation's best pro-1 alter a house at 1055 Oxford St.,
fessional cowboys to pit their skill! $490; D. T. Jepsen, to alter a
garage at imo rean ai., i;mu; i.
G. Deveny. to repair i house at
445 S. Capitol St., $25.
against the rugged
Brothers rodeo stock.
In the horse show will be 200 of
the west's finest gaited and pa
rade horses competing for $5,300
in cah prizes.
High Act Premised
, . Free entertainment will Include
daring "high act" daily at 1:00
and 10:15 p.m., a balloon ascen
sion and parachute jump daily at
S p.m., a talent show by tele
vision's "Mr. Talent" daily at 3
p.m., and concerts each day by
Monte Brooks' Oregon State Fair
Band.
Youth has not been neglected.
Four-H livestock come: An today
and remains through Tuesday
when the Future Farmer livestock
takes over th space. The Four-H
dollar dinners will start Saturday
and run through the entire fair
week. Sunday 4-H'ers will have
their international program in
their building. This is set for 7:30
p.m. w
The Oregon Chapter of Roller
Skating Ring Association of Amer
ica will present exhibit skating at
1:30. 4:30 and 7:00 p.m. ach day.
Each performance will be for
about SO minutes and will be
state, regional nd national skat
ing champions.
CARD OF'THANKS
The - recent bereavement which
has visited our home has brought
to us a greater appreciation of our
friends; Such kindnesses and neigh
borly thoughtfulness can never be
forgotten. Our heartfelt thanks to
all who extended comforting sym
pathy snd help in our recent sor
row, for the besutiful service,
floral offerings, snd other kind
nesses, we are very grateful.
Mr. ft Mrs. M. 0. Banlck,
Johnny and Maxlne ;
Mr Mrs. Bennie Banlck ft Micky
Mr! ft Mrs. John Banlck ft family.
. , . ' Adv.
Oregon Increases
Irrigated Acres
Oregon has 1,490,397 acres of
farm lands -under irrigation, an
increase of 183,587 in the last five
years, H. E. Maxey, chairman of
the State Water Resources Boad,
said Friday.
Half of the increase was (n
Eastern Oregon, and 33 per cent
in the Willamette Valley. .
He said that to irrigate the
additional acreage requires an
amount of' water greater than the
storage of Detroit reservoir. i
Police Report
Hubcap Thefts
Loss of two hubcaps each was
reported to Salem police Friday
by three Salem residents.
All three cars were parked near
the owners' homes Thursday eve
ning, the time of the thefts, of
ficers said.
Hiday Hansen, S36 Kingwood
Dr.. said he lost two flipper-type
hubcaps valued at $14. Donald
Dick, 455 Paterson St., reported
two moon-type hubcaps worth $10
missing from his 1953 convertible.
Robert Hart, 787 Gerth St., also
lost two moon-type hubcaps worth
about $9.
Thieyes Raid
Aurora Store
SUUima Newt Scrvlc
AURORA Theft of $41 worth of
food, candy and cap guns from the
Midway Market, one mile south of
Aurora on Highway 9b, was in
vestigated Friday by Marion Coun
ty sheriff s deputies.
The burglary occurred sometime
after closing hours Thursday night,
snd was discovered by the market
operator, Howard Schutz, Route 1,
Box 286, Aurora. Entry was made
by cutting some bamboo curtains
used to cover the front of the mar
ket, deputies said. '
Loot that included pop, gum, can
dy, peanuts, cigarets, cookies, six
cap guns and 40 packs of caps led
deputies to believe the crime was
committed by youngsters.
Talent reports. Those interested in
performing need only report to
him at the talent show stage on
the day of the fair by 2 p.m. which
is one nour oetore the daily shows
wiu start.
Some of the- state fair talent
show winners will become eligible
to perform on Mr. Talent's future
television shows which will offer
trips to Hollywood and network
television auditions as ultimate
prizes.
pension of the school's capacity
to cnnoren this year.
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Incorporated" as " "non-profit,
non-sectarian school it. has been
dependent entirely for support on
voluntary contributions from In
dividuals and organizations in
cluding the West Salem firemen,
the 20-30 Club and other service
clubs.
Students at the school range in
age from 5 to 18, and any edu
cable and trainable mentally han
dicapped boy or girl in this age
group is eligible for admittance.
The school is In session
throughout the year except for
one week at the end of the spring
term and one week at the end
of the summer csmp .sessions.
Regular holidays are observed
the same as in the public schools.
Retarded children' do not pro
fit from long vacations." At
Moss, head of the school, ex
plains. . -
Three Groups" ,
The children at the school m
divided into ' three groups: nurs
ery, kindergarten and academic.
The school "day begins at 8:45
a.m. when all three crouns meet
together for a half hour of wor
ship. This service consists . of
simple songs, firiger plays, stories
and - activities of a non-sectarian
nature.
Instruction for the youncer chil
dren consists largely . of work
with puzzles, peeboards. beads.
blocks and similar materials. The
children also practices cuttine.
coloring, pasting and painting.
for tne more advanced young
sters there are word books, pic
ture tiasn cards, word games, etc
This group is also given instruc
tion, largely individual, in spell
ing ana writing.
Songs with action are greatly
enjoyed by all the children at this
school and a rhythm band Is used
to develop a sense of rhythm and
to improve 'co-ordination.
At the mid-morning and noon
lunch periods emphasis is placed
on personal cleanliness. The lunch
is a social period iri' which the
children participate actively.
Man Charged
With Larceny
A California man, charged with
taking $300 worth of cash and per
sonal belongings from a Salem
benefactor was in Salem jail Fri
day on a charge of larceny.
Salem police said Clinton Bren
nan, Los Angeles, was arrested by
Eugene police Thursday evening.
He was returned to Salem Friday.
Brennan was arrested following
s complaint by James Baucom, 111
Chemeketa St.
Baucom told police that he met
a man named "Cliff" in a Salem
cafe Wednesday evening. The
stranger said he had a job avail
able Thursday but in the meantime
had nothing to eat or nowhere to
stay, Baucom said.
Baucom provided supper and
a bed at his apartment, awoke
about 5:30 a.m. Thursday to find
the man missing together with a
radio, $8 In cash and . a large
amount of clothing. ,
Shipment of
Onions Read v
' The first shipment of onions this
year from Gaston to out-of-state
points begins next week. Salem
district inspectors for the federal
state shipping point service will
be on hand for routine checks for
grade, says W. N. Kanipe, who
supervises this district for the state
department , of agriculture.
He adds onion prospects in the
Labish and Gaston areas have
never been finer. These areas have
had practically no ravages of either
onion maggot or mildew. In the
Labish and Brooks areas farmers
started pulling onions about three
weeks ago in order to hit the early
market, but the active onion sea
son did not begin until last week.
The omen set cron is above aver
age this year. tver 1,200 sacks of
onion sets have already been in
spected by the department's Salem
district shipping inspectors.
Walnut and filbert prospects in
the Willamette Valley are poor
due to winter freeze damage. Many
walnut trees from Albany .north
are dead and practically all trees
have 'a considerable amount of
dead and dying wood; The depart
ment's Willamette Valley shipping
inspectors expect no more than
one-third of either the filbert or
walnut crops. Filbert inspections
get underway in mid-September,
Kanipe says. -;
School Chief
Outlines New
BusPolicies
Plans for the school bus oper
ations. In Salem . School District
ihisear were announced Friday
by Supt. Charles D. Schmidt.
The' district's transportation
policy calls for bus use by child
ren living more than 1H miles
from their school. ' 1
The superintendent issued this
statement: v-
"All sreas of the district, with
three exceptions, will be coverel
the ssme as last year with the
only changea being in the time
schedule.
"Some of the routes in heavily
populated ' areas involve bounda
ries for picking up children. These
are Capitola. Salem Heichts, Four
Corners, West Salem and Keizer,
and atudents are requeued to ride
only the designated bus so that
overcrowding may be avoided.
"Due to the rapid increase In
the number, of -transported child'
ren, new routes are constantly be
ing added to five the best possible
service. The majority of tne
routes have been given new desig
nations in order to simplify pre
sent snd future transportation
facilities.
"Eight new routes have been
sdded this year and are necessary
due to increases in school enroll
ment,' particularly in the second
ary schools where 340 r.dditional
students must be transported this
year. Three routes used last year
have - been - abandoned - due to
changes in residence snd the very
small Bomber, that would be
served.,;, i. ..: .
"The earliest pick up time
scheduled is for 7:15 a.m., tni
very iew pupils are involved. Two
runs are 60 minutes in length, the
shortest is 1. minutes, and the
average is less thsn 25 minutes.
Over half of the runs are less
than 20 minutes long. The longest
single trip is just under 29 miles,
snd the total mileage covered by
the scheduled buses Is 700 miles.
The service of the school district
to Salem children is extensive snd
comprehensive. . . t .
Area Soldiers
Competing in
Rifle Match
three Marion County service
men are among those competing,
with 1,500 of the nation's top mili
tary and civilian riflemen in the
71st renewal of the National Ride
and Pistol championships at Camp
Perry, Ohio. The tournament be
gan Tuesday and will end on Sept.
Salem participants are MSgt
George M. Manolis, 4425 Kamp
stra St., and Sgt 1C Floyd R.
Adams, son of Mrs. Ruby E. Ad
ams. 1165 Norway St.
Entrant from Woodburn Is Mai.
Edwin A. Nelson, son of Herbert
Nelson. . v
Set. Adams is regularly assigned
to Texas AtM College and is fir-
ing for the Fourth Army pistol
team. Maj. Nelson is stationed at
Ft. Meade, Md., with Secbnd Army
headquarters and is firing for the
All-Army rifle team.
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Surles Named To RaU Post
Jack D. Surles. Spokane. Port
land and Seattle Railway Company
agent at Salem since 11. has
been named supervisory agent of
the Portland freight station of SP
eiS snd Great Northern Railways,
it was announced Friday.
Surles was to assume his new
duties today on the retirement of
Paul H. Bringmann from the Port
land position. "
ft. mv wvwi m ftpoucw am m
C. Tetzlaff. whose place as June
tion City agent will be taken by
R. E. Miller of Sweet Home.
SALEM CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
, ATTENTION!. CHRISTIAN PARENTS
ENROLL YOUR CHILDREN NOW
GRADES 1 THROUGH t ,
The acaool Is a sseaiaer of: ' .
, National Association ef Christian Schools - . . ,
Northwest Fellowship of Christian Schools "
Educational Training in Coopers tioa with Salem Academy
Effective Instruction GexJ-cenrerei Cvrriculwrn
'Interdenominational '
Your irtquiritt vvolcomaMi--. -, . - n .-
. herie school effie-SSSS .
' ': ' . for full Informntien - i .
, Opening September 10
Hops Tumble
From Truck,
Car Damaged
Six bales of hops tumbled from
truck in the 300 block of
Division Street Friday morning,
damaging a parked car, city po
lice reported.
Officers said the truck, operated
by Joseph Napoleon Hocque Jr.,
2140 Berry St.. was traveling we-t
on Division when the wddent oc
curred about 10:30, a.m. ,
The parked car, owned by Floyd
Toindexter, 730 N. Commercial
St., was damaged along the lett
side, police reported.
Mrs. Toindexter. who was sested
in the car at the time of tne
incident, was not Injured, -they
said.
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Fall Victim's
Rites Monday
Private graveside services for
Betty Hunter, 41, who died Aug.
24 following a 23-foot faU from a
Willamette River embankment, will
be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at
City View cemetery under the
direction- of the Howell-Edwards
funeral home.
Mrsl Hunter. 180 Union St.. fell
from an embankment st the foot
of Division Street. She was rushed
to a Salem hospital but died a few
hours later. Death was attrmuico
to a cerebral hemorrhage. Mrs.
Hunter was born Jan. 10, 1915. in
Georgia. 1 '. " . -Survivors
Include her widower,
Raymond L. Hunter, Salem, and a
brother, Virgil Brooke, Nempa,
Idaho..
HELP WMED!
WI ARI REGISTERING BOTH MEN AND WOMEN
FOR OUR 1956 PRUNE PACK .'
.. ... Apply in Person.
STAR food, i;:c.
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THE WORLD'S FINEST
SPEAKER, AND MEET .
THE MAN WHO MADE IT!
'THE KLIPSCHORN
AND
PAUL KLIPSCH
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TUESDAY
Sept. 49 A.M. to 9 P.M.
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440 N. CHURCH .
(Across Prom Meier & Frank's)
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