The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 05, 1956, Page 9, Image 9

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Adlai Asked
To Repudiate
HSTonHiss
WASHINGTON, Sopt. 4 LT-Son.
Mundt (R'-SD, called on: Adlai
Stevenson today to repudiate what
he termed t ' shocking ' statement
by former President Harry S.
Truman about the Alger Hiss case
ok "accept the consequences of an
outraged American pvblic opin
ion.". ' .-.
Truman was asked in a tele
vised interview in Milwaukeevyes-
terday whether he thought Hiss
was a Communist spy. Truman
said No."
Asked whether he had described
investigation which helped' send
Hiss to prison, Truman replied:
"Nbut it was."
Served Prlso Term
' Hiss, a former State Department
official, served a prison term on
perjury charges growing out of
his denials that he had passed
state secrets to a Commuist spy
courier.
Mundt said In a statement dic
tated from Omaha, Neb., and is
sued through his office here:
"Now that Harry Truman is
loose in thr hustings again, deny
ing the treachery of Alger Hiss
and reiterating his 'red herring'
charge of 1948, the country has a
right to know immediately wheth
er he is an authentic spokesman
for Adlai Stevenson (the 1956
Democratic presidential nominee)
and is setting the tone for the
Democratic campaign of 1956, or
whether he is just loose in the
china ship, swinging wildly in aU
directions and speaking only for
Alger and himself." '
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Permit Issued
W 1 1 1 a r d Buchholi received a
building permit from the Salem
Engineer'i Office Tuesday to erect
a 115,500 one-story dwelling and
garage at 2955 Dreamerie Lane.
Other fiermiti issued Tuesday
went to R. S. Casteel, 1830 Market
St., re-roofing dwelling and garage,
$175: Mrs. C. T. Pomeroy, 465
North C o m m r c i al, re-roofing
dwelling, $450, and Benjamin C.
Colbath, 'relocating of dwelling.
1750 N. 4th St., fl,500.V:
Death Claims
C. A.Hanvood
. Charei A. Harwood. T. of 1881
f-Ettrt St.. died Tuesday of a heart
attack at Salem General Hospital,
He was ill for three days.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday at J p.m. at the Clougb
BTlck Funeral Home. Interment
will be at the family plot in Sil
vertoa cemetery.
Harwood was born April 19, 1877.
at Kansas City. Kan. He married
the former Nellie E. Mosher, Si!
verton, in 1899. Mrs. Harwood died
in 1932.
He was a resident of Salem for
seven years and was a member of
Elks Lodge No. 336, and a former
member of the Silverton Odd Fel
lows Lodge. He retired as a State
Highway Department firemen in
1946,
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs.
Dorothy Standard. Mapletoit, Ore.:
two sons. Merle Harwood. Salem;
Clarence H. Harwood, Indepen
dence; four sisters, Mrs. Mary
Johnson, Hillsboro; Mrs. A d e I e
Abendroth. Hillsboro; Mrs. LiUie
Hsrtr Hillsboro;. Mrs. Nellie John
son. Dilley, Ore., and a brother,
Frank Harwood, Seaside, Ore.
STATE FAIR SPECIALS
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363 N. COMMERCIAL ST., SALEM, ORt,
Statesman Salem,, Ore., Wed., Sept. 5, '58 (Sec, 18
Lakeview Man
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Rodeo Bulldogging
Ross Dollarhldf, Lakeview, still
held a noticeable lead in the sec
ond go-round in the bulldogging
contest at the State Fair on Tues'
day. Dollarbide set a new fair
record Monday with a time of 1.7.
Other bulldogging winners: J
Don Posey, Okay, Okla., 1.8; 8
Manual Enos, Ft. Worth, Tex., 7;
4 Gene Miles, Ty Valley, Ore., 7.6.
Rodeo and horse show results
are as follows. Rodeo:
Bartbark Rldlhf
1 Eddi AkridM. , ttaaMrta. Cat,
Tar Bbv.
a sonny Turaman, jonn Day, ore.
Wet Spider,
s Buddy Peak, Sheahona, Ida.
Haadlisht.
add la Brena Srd Go-Round
I Sonny Turaman, Joan Day, Or.
Blact Boaa.
1 Don Toalla.- Burns. Ora. Dirty
Dan. i
S4-Eddf Akridf a, Haaperla Cal.
Black Hawk.
34 Bob Ballay, Burns, Or. Blf
Enoufn.
Bull- Itldinf 3rd Co-Hound
1 Larfy Cardon, Ellanaburf. Wiih.
Principals to
Get Supplies
Marlon County's 58 elementary
and high school principals outside
of Salem will gather Thursday 'in
the county school offices for
school policy discussions and to
draw supplies. Superintendent Ag
nes Booth announced .Tuesday.
Area schools are preparing
opening of the 1956-57 school year
next Monday. Registration is
scheduled for most schools prior
to the beginning of classes Mon
day morning, according to Mrs.
Booth.
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Revolving Shelves
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adjustable door shelves
automatic butter
conditioner ; ,v
cheese compartment
porcelain vegetable
' ; drawort . .
removable egg racks i.
diffused corner lighting
fold-away beMle racks ,
4-Mini-Cube Uetrsy.
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be driven bv an amateur! lJunl..
owned by Timber Hill Acre and
driven by Call Brandia. Corv.lll.:
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driven by Mr. Harold Johnaon: X '
Meedowland Teddv. owned and drlv .
" or Tracey Andaregg, Portland: 4
Paddock Lane'a owned by John '
rni'a Hort Poor Ranch and drives 1
by Harold Johnaon.
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road gait and at apeed and than to
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aen. Portland: t Terrl'a HI Lit,
owned by John Blackwood, rider
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Pert Mlu. owned by Chris P. Purvta.
Portland: 4 Mr. Mark, owned bp
Pttchfnrd Mack Bale Co.. rider -driv .
r C. P. Pltchtord. Portland. .
Place High
Tw Salem "Ulents" were top
winners in the Tuesday Mr. Talent
Contest,' one of the popular free
! entertainments each day at the
! Oregon State Fair. Duvon Fitcher,
! 145 E Street, Salem, won his way
to the top by a tapping act, and
I Jo Ann Hoover, J4 W. Meyers was
lone of two Miss Easy-Vision win
ners. -
I ' The second winner in the latter
' contest was Ila Jean Boedigheimer,
;SUyton. Winners in the musical
division along with Fitcher were
Russell Hennesy, Portland, a sing
er; and Roderick Wright, Eugene,
violinist. ,- -
Portland Fire
Empties Homes,
PORTLAND,- Sept. .4 OB A
dozen persons fled to safety when
fire damaged four homes la one
of the city's -older northeast resi-
dential districts this morning.
iso one was Injured but most
lost their possessions la t h e
flames. The fire, which broke out
while many were sleeping, was
discovered by a motorcycle patrol
man, Leo- Bible.
Cause of the fire was not Im
mediately determined. Firs Chief
Edward Grenfell said. -
Ttcin Coeds
Knoio Polities'
NEW YORK, Sept. - Twin
coeds from California correctly
answered the llt.000 question to
night en a television auii show,
displaying their knowledge of po
litical history.
Susan and Caryl Volkmann, It.
of Studio City. Calif., sophomores
at the University of California at
Los Angeles, are appearing as a
"single contestant" on the CBS
TV show "The $64,000 Question."
Susan is a Republican, Caryl a
Democrat, so Susan gets the ques .
tions having to do with Repub
licans, her twin sister those deal
ing with Democrats.
CARS COLLIDE
An automobile driven by Donald
Frederic Pride. Monmouth Route
2. Box 100. collided Tuesday at
4:39 p.m. with an automobile driv
en by George Herbert Ditto, J74e
Pleast View Dr.. at Ring and
Cherry streets, police said. Both
cars were badly injured, police
said. No injuries were reported.
The Weather
Max. Mia. Bala
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SS- 47 .00
Baiter
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SI 41
70 43
SI 43
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Portland .
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Chicago Tt M tr
uenver 73 43 - .00
Tort Worth . . . ; 9 II .00
una Angelea 74 SI .90
Miami , , 31 74 .OS
New Yark ..,T SI , .00
San Pranclace . If 31 ' .00 ,
jeattl . 73 44 ' .00 .,
Spokane 70 42 - .00
Wathington. O.C. . as SS .00
Today's forcat ( front the U. .
Weather Bureau, McNary Field, 8a
lemi: Continued elr today and
Thunday. High Villi days, SS; low
tonight, 43.
Willamette HI ver; -J feet. t
Temp. 11.01 m. today JJ.
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