The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 08, 1956, Page 3, Image 3

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    Wider Midway, Bettor
Lighting System. Asked
For State Fairgrounds
A wider midway, improved
iiKming system, an additional
1.200 folding chairs, more toilet
facilities and more benches for
the Oregon State Fairgrounds
were among the improvemnts
listed in the request for a larger
budget for the 1957-59 biennial at
the official meting of the fair
board Friday morning.
Total requested in the new
budget ts $963,532 compared to the
previous budget of J856.047.
The board has been holding
meeting each morning of the
State Fair to discuss various pro
grams and hear various com
plaints and suggestions of those
connected with staging the State
Fair. At Friday's meting the
first action of the week was
taken.
Dr. Earl B. Stewart, chairman
of the commission said that more
premium money for the con
stantly growing fair exhibits was
also added to the list of budget
rquests.
Enough Money .
The additional funds are to
come from moneys that the State,
rair management has accumu
lated from fair operations. There
are sufficient funds. Dr. Stewart
explained, for necssary Improve
ments without touching the $150.
000 which has been set aside as
a cushion for the rainy day which
the management "hoped would
never come."
The fair commission also
agreed to meet the city's request
for opening 16th street through
the fairgrounds, provided neces
sary provisions could be agreed
upon. The exchange would ac
quire for the fair commission a
tour-acre tract of land near the
machinery building to the South
west of the present grounds, in
exchange for two pieres of land
now owned by the fair commis
sion and needed for the city street
improvemnt. Also the fair com
mission would ask to retain juris
diction over the portion of 16th
street (which has its entrance to
the fairgrounds on 17th street t
running through the fairgrounds
for the period of the state fair.
Plans of the commission would
be to close this portion during
the State Fair.
and the other piece it in the ex
treme southwest corner of the
grounds.
The Uirboard could not sell this
to the city, but could give the
city a continuing lease, Dr. Stew
art said.
The exchange In property will
probably take a legislative act,
members of the commission
stated.
Two Portland
Horses Score
In Fair Show
Twe Tracts
One of the two pieces which the
city would acquire, lies directly
east of the grounds and adjoin
ing Willamette Cherry Growers,
Alienation Suit
Seeks $10,000
Rudy Nelsen's Merry Go Round,
driven by the Portland owner,
was edged for first place in the
single roadsters class by Volo
Haven, from the same stable,
driven by Tom Metcalf, Thursday
night at the Oregon State Fair
rodeo and horse show.
Lyle H. Cobb of Beaverton was
another double winner, riding his
Mr. Strutter to first place in the
parade horse division while his
wife took third nlace on The Pea
cock. Radee results were:
Bareback: 1-Bill Boag, Port
land; 2-Larry Carlon, Burns; J
Glenn Hone, Blackfoot, Idaho.
Saddle bronc fourth go , a
roundi; 1-Glenn Hone: 2-George
Menkenmicr, Burns; S-Bob Bai
ley, Burns. ,
Bull: 1-Bill I-anV.i Riverbank,
Calif.; J-Eddie Wrigh, John Day
(only two qualified i.
Bulldogging: 1-Don Posey,
Okay, Okla. i$; 2-Sherman Sul
lins, San Diego, Calif.; 3-Louie
Salovich. Portland.
Calf: t-E. V. Dorsey, Sonoma,
Calif. 1 12.4); 2 Buddy Groff, Ban
dera, Texas; J-Sherman Sullins.
Horse show molts Thursday
night:
Open hunters: 1-Phar Rona
(Mrs. Harry Samuels, Portland,
ewner; G. E. Smith, rider : 2
Keep Rolling (Mrs. I. M. John
son, Portland; Mrs. Johnson); J
Tattle Tale (Miriam Norquist,
Portland: Norquist).
Open ' thre-gaited saddle horses
over 15.2 hands: 1-Misleading
(Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Macdonald,
Tacoma, Wash.; Tom Metcalf);
2-Confederate Scout (Dr. and
Mrs. Carlisle Dietrich, Tacoma,
Wash.; Mrs. Dietrich'; 3-Hoxie
Holliday 'Hart Hatcherv. Beaver-
jton; Joe Biles).
Single hackney pony open: 1
Junia (Timber Hill Acresr-Cor-vallis:
Bud Tucker); 2-Polly's
Masterpiece (Johnson's Horse
Poor Ranch, Bothel, Wash.; Jerry
Edwards ) ; 3-P a d d o e k Lane's
Bombedier (Johnson's Horse Poor
Youth Takes
Double Win in
FFA Division
Irwin Riddel!. Central FFA
chapter, Independence, -took a
double win in the Future Farmer
Sheep show Friday when he was
named grand champion sheep
showman, and his Southdown
lamb was grand champion in the
market lamb class.
Future Farmers took the spot
light in judging Friday, with the
4-H livestock projects already
moved from the fairgrounds, and
the open class livestock judging
all completed.
Riddell took the showmanship
title in the finals, winning over
Gary Wolgemuth, Newberg, and
Gene Bernards, McMinnville, both
division champions,
Grand champion pen of three
fat lambs, also Southdowns, are
owned by Dick Latham, McMinn
ville.
Dairy showmanship purple was
taken by Norman Finnicum, Day
ton, the Jersey champion. Win
ners in the breeds were Aden
Hester, Canby, Guernseys; Wayne
Smith, Amity, Holsteins, and Al
len Bauer, Forest Grove, "other
breeds".
FFA officials reported that
Safeway Stores were buying all
fat lambs and hogrfritfat.,show
of which owners wished to dis
pose. Portland market prices will
be the go. Considering transpor
tation and other costs, this will
give the Future Farmers one cent
premium above market.
Future Farmer livestock and
dairy judging teams from 75 Ore-
son high schools will compete in
Judging contests Saturday for
trips to national contests as well
as for state championships. The
Saturday contests start at 1 a.m.
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A Tacoma, Wash, man filed a
$10,000 alienation suit Friday in
Marion County Circuit Court
against a Salem druggist whom he 'Ranch; Molly Johnson).
says wooea ms wjie away irom S,ng'e roadsters: l-Volo Haven
mm iwo yrars ago. (Rudy Nelsen. Port and: Tom in. .,ma -Th r;rn,ii uiH
Defendant in the action is Ray ; Metcalf); 2-Merry Go Round !ers and Catholic Fathers" was
mond Thomas. It was brought by ' (Nelsen: Nelsen); 3-Pert Miss WOn by Menlo Park Garden Club
Thomas W. Kennedy, a former t 'Chris p. Purvis, Portland: Joe nf Portland Here -nnd nlare
Brooks Youth
Top in Flower
Arrangement
Charles Henny, Brooks, whose
mother, Mrs. J. Henny, Brooks,
is widely known in the Salem
area for her arrangements,
placed top in the "Hamburger",
in a basket, arrangement judged
Friday at the junior flower show
of the Oregon State Fair. This
division was for youths from 12
to 16 years of age. Katherine
Pomeroy, Salem placed second in
this decoration.
Peggy Coffield, Eagle Creek,
was top winner in the "Popcorn"
(all white) division for youngsters
up to I years of age. Marianne
Crawford, Salem, placed second
and Mike Fox, Scio, third.
In the "Soda Pop"" Tarranged
in a bottle) division, Carol Nunn,
Portland, took the top spot with
Sandra Wood, Portland, and
Tommy Pomeroy, Salem, third.
The ages in this group ran from
8 to 12 years.
Decorations with a religious
West Salem resident, who charged Biles)
that Thomas talked Kennedy's wife
Barbara into leaving him and later
divorcing him. Thomas and the for
mer Mrs. Kennedy have since
married.
Kennedy's complaint said he and
his wife were married in 1950 and
that Thomas convinced her she
should leave him in 1954. Mrs. Ken
nedy won a divorce from her hus
band on the grounds of cruel and
inhuman treatment several months
ago.
Tiro Return
rrom cnuse
Two Salem students will return
to Oregon State College next week,
after a summer mostly at sea.
They are .lames F. Hardie and
...Parade horse: 1-Mr. Strutter
Lyle H. Cobb, Beaverton: Cobb);
2-Colonel Grant (Mrs. Pearl Ir
win. Hayden Lake, Idaho; Mrs.
Irwin i. J-The Peacock (Cobb;
Mrs. Cobb).
Absentee Ballots
Available Friday,
O'Hara Reports
Friday Is the first day applica
tions for absentee voters ballots
may be filed with county clerks
for the general election according
lo David O'Hara, State Elections
Registrar.
Absentee ballots may be ob
tained by any elector who expects
to be, absent from his county on
the day of the election, those liv-
Kenneth Noteboom who served : ing 15 miles or more from the
eight weeks aboard Navy destroy-1 polling place in the precinct and
ers for their cruise training in ! those physically unable to go to
connection with Naval Reserve Of- i the polls.
firer training at OSC. The deadline for mailing the
While their ships were in port 1 absentee ballots is Oct. 26- for
they had the chance of visiting those who have made application
Ireland, Spain and other coun-' and such ballots must be received
tries. by the county clerk not less than
Hardie is son of Mr., and Mrs. five days before the general elec-
James A Hardie. Noteboom is I tlon .on Nov. 4
son of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Note-
winner was Keizer oaracn uuo
with Salem Camelia and Rhodo
dendron Club winning third.
Youth Sentenced
On Theft Charge
A Salem youth was sentenced
lo 60 days in jail Friday after
pleading guilty to taking $19 in
cash from a Salem business firm
where he was working as a
janitor.
Richard Kenneth Carden, -20,
3115 Bonham St., said he took the
money from a drawer under the
cash register while cleaning in the
store. He was arrested Thursday
by city police on the petty lar
ceny charge and appeared in Mar
ion County District Court Friday
morning.
boom.
Chiropractors
Win Licenses
The State Board of Chiroprac
tic Examination Friday an
nounced the successful applicants
in examinations' held in January
and July this year.
The successful applicants will i
receive their licenses, at a dinner-,
meeting tonight in Portland. ;
Those receiving licenses were: I
Joseph H. -Piehl and John M. j
Resner, Roseburg: John J. Mil
lock, Bend; Ralph Wigham, Eu
gene; Herbert M. Shepherd,
Ralph E. Rutherford, Charles E.
Gilmbre, James L. Shlpp, George
W. Tombe, Richard Weins. Roger
L. Johnson, and Jesse C. Ken
nedy, Jr.. all of Portland; Paul
Crown, Gladstone; Thomas ; E.
Kelly, Coquille, anl E. O. Jacob
aon, Medford. ' !
, Only 39 of the 27S specie! o.'!
makes found in the u.s. are poi
sonous. '''
BOGOTA PAPER QUITS
BOGOTA, Colombia, Sept. 7 (JV
The morning newspaper El Dai
stopped publication today. The
editors blamed a shortage of pa
per and econcmic difficulties.
Woman Named
To State Post
Mrs. Betty Jean Owen, assist
ant professor of health and physi
cal education at Pacific Univer
sity since 1951, was appointed
Friday as supervisor of health and
physical education in the State
Department of Education.
She replaces Mary O. Bowman,
who resigned to attend Iowa State
University.
The appointment was made by
Dr. Rex Putnam, state superin
tendent of public instruction.
frtftVICC STATIONS, INC. 4
MEN! Work where you
will be appreciated as well
as amply remunerated.
.
We've premised our grower that we would pack their
bumper crop of Prunes. Beside our regular crew we
will need the help of about 30 men and lof of women.
Working assignments aro now being made for employ
merit starring Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
You- will have to come to our plant to register.
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tot Sir street - TaUahoo -4011 f t .., ,
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Isfrtrrsle A.M. t V fM. very dsy awl lands.
Some pert time employment available for those who
have regular jobs. . Particularly for men who can work
mornings or early afternoons.
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Salem Woman New Kitchen
Queen at Oregon State Fair
(Story else page 1.)
Mrs. Dale Mallicoat. 2475
Fisher St., Salem, was named
Queen of the Kitchen Friday,
winning on 227 points, vith her
next contestant, Mrs. John
Schwlzer, with 178 points. Mrs.
Mallicoat received an automatic
push button range, while Mrs.
Schwizer received a broiler and
rotisserie. Third prize, an elec
tric meat grinder and ice crusher
went te Mrs. T. D. Pomeroy,
Salem, third place winner, with
Mrs. O. W. Olson, Silverton, the
winner of a mixmaster with
juicer. All prizes were donated
by Meier i Frank company of
Portland and Salem.
Final contest in the food divi
sion, which swung the winnings
to Mrs. Mallicoat after she had
been running a close race for
Man Fined, Given
Suspended Jail
Terms in Theft
Pocketing of some $300 from the
firm where he was employed
brought $200 in fines and concur
rent jail terms of six months Fri
day for Frank J. Gray, Salem
Route 5, Box 480.
Gray was charged with taking
the money on two charges and
will make restitution under terms
ot his one-year probation. He was
placed on probation after the jail
terms were suspended on payment
of the fines.
Restitution was ordered at the
rate of $30 a month by Circuit
Judge George R. Duncan after
Gray was found guilty of the
charge.
some days with Mrs. Schwizer
was the pie contest. In this Mrs.
Mallicoat won five firsts. Other
winners were Mrs. Robert Nor
ton, Dallas, two firsts; Mrs. Ol
son, three; and Mrs. T. D. Pome
roy. Salem, one.
The Queen of the Kitchen con
test is decided upon the point sys
tem with 5 points earned on each
first prize; 3 points for each sec
ond prize, and one point for each
third prize.
16 Attorneys
To Aid Lay
Law Classes
Sixteen attorneys of the Marion
County bar will take a turn at
teaching "Law for Laymen," a
course sponsored by the bar and
the adult education program of
Salem public schools this fall.
The class will begin Wednesday
at 7:15 p.m. in North Salem High
School and will continue weekly.
For the initial session. Dean Se
ward P. Reese of Willamette Uni
versity law school and District
Judge E. 0. Stadter Jr. will con
duct the instruction.
The other lawyer-teachers will
be W. C. Winslow,' Thomas W.
Hansen, C. H. Johnson, Robert O.
Smith, Sam F. Speerstra, Wesley
E. Stewart, Lloyd Hammel,
Robert R. Hollis, William L.
Schaumberg, John William Stortz,
Donald J. Griswold, Cecil H.
Quesseth, W. W. McKinney, Dale
W. Pierson.
Registration will be conducted at
the opening session.
State Reports
Water Quality
Publication
Publication of the first Inven
tory of water quality in Oregon
was annourced Friday by H. E.
Maxey, chairman of the State
Water Resources Board.
Distribution of Bulletin No. 1 by
the board - got under way this
week. This distribution culminates
several months' effort on the part
ot the water resources board and
the engineering , experiment sta
tion at Oregon State College,
Maxey said the publication will
assist communities by indicating
quality of additional sources of
water and enabling the adapta
tion of existing supplies to con
templated uses. He added that
the publication will aid in the
proper location of industrial
plants, assist in the development
of irrigation, and further recrea
tion and wildlife development.
Thirty-two private organizations
and public agencies contributed
information for this publication
which is the first phase of the
board s Inventory of Oregon
water resources.
Most of the nation's major In
sect pest of agricultural crops
have entered the country through
various trade channels. ,
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