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    2-(Sec. I) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Tue., Sept 11, "56
onestecle Named
Council
' (Story else Fage 1)
Alderman Russell T, Bonesteele
w s elected president of Salem
,City Council Monday night at City
Hall 'when the aldermen revived
the title. i" " :
Mayor Robert f. White will con
tinue to preside ever the Council,
but Bonesteele ii bow officially
. designated to represent him during
absences. The mayor said this is
especially desirable In connection
.with official welcoming duties and
public speeches expected of the
mayor.
. Bonesteele, alderman ef Ward 7,
South Salem, was last year con
sidered potential candidate for
nayor before White filed for re
flection. Before becoming mayor,
J 'hite had been Council president.
In other honors ef the Council
'session, the aldermen adopted a
formal resolution of appreciation
for the services of Fire Chief E. L.
Smith, on the occasion of his an
nounced retirement in order to be
. come Eugene's fire chief. Smith
thanked the Council and introduced
ew fire chief Robert Mills.
.Street Aetlea Tekea . ' "
1 Fair (rounds Road, South 12th
and some West Salem streets came
In for discussion and action at the
Council meeting. "
Aldermen confirmed that Faff-
J- -..If -iJmj a ful u
each side for the enure stretch
from Hood to Summer Streets as
outlined in a city brochure before
the spring bond issue election.
Some question had arisen over the
northern end of the project.
; Mrs. Ed StorU asked by, letter
.Vhether the city intended to re
place eft-street parking en Falr-
crounds Ho ad that was lost re
cently when the city and Robert
Ferkner terminated then lease a
month ahead ef schedule ae the
, parking lot property could be sold,
Aldeman David O'Hara said Holly
'svood area businessmen probably
will make a recommendation.
To complete the South 13th wid
ening project, the Council author
ized contract, with 0. C. Bennard
for a wider street bridge after
negotiations resulted' in a SIMM
.bid. almost $1,000 lower than Ben
'nard's bid which was timed dews
'last month. ' rV
Half -Black Pavfag
, A half-block paving of Parkway
Drive from Cascade Drive te Ur
ban Lane was authorized, at prop
erty owner's expense, but no ac
tion was taken ea protest-eugge-
lion from H. W. Elgin and F. .
Chambers that the improvement
continue several oiocxs oeyona ur
ban. Alderman Loring Crier said
that would reaulre additional right'
of way as the street is only M feet
wide bevond Urban.
. Fred W. Grooms Jr.'s applies-
linn for license te operate an am
bulance service, with a U41 Cadil
lac, was turned down. License
Chairman James Nicholson said
the present ambulance set
Was adequate in Salem.
Mason Cbappella was granted a
tone change that permits expan
sion) of his grocery business at use
Lee St. Another approved cone
Change allows industrial toning
for former housing colony pro
perty acquired by Paulus Bros,
cannery for possible expansion.
Stop Street Added
Hansen Avenue was made a
stop street at Acacia Street, with
Alderman Bonesteele reporting
that residents ef the area had
complained ef fast traffic en Han
sen. The Council also acted to
make Bolce Street a through
street from Commercial to Dough
ton. I Appointed election board for the
annexation vote Oct. I in the Ham
mel Avenue area ef Northeast
Salem were Geerge Bell, chair
man; Donna Rogers, Judge; Ver-
45 Register :y
At Hopewell,
, ' Statauaaa Naws Senrlca t .
HOPEWELL. Sept. 10 Forty
five pupils registered today , at
Hopewell grade school. Last year's
total enrollment was 55, but late
comers sre exepected to raise the
figure this year near that total,
new Principal Carl . Itetschman
eaid.; ,; v,.s
The first gredo this year wltn
nine pupils is the largest class on
record. The eighth grade is sec-
end in sin for this year with sev
en.' ' .; - ' .
The Weather
Mix. Mln. gala
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Fakrr
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Sart Francisco
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Spokana
Waahinfton, D. C
Today a forecast (from TJ. ' S.
. Vuirrr Buraau, McNary Field, Sa
lam: Moatly cloudy with .aratterad
imafri and period, ol elearins to
i dv, tnmirht and Warianadav; high
to'v iar 70, low tonifht SO.. .
V .ismr'te River: 21 leet.
Temo. "( am. trny M. '
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President
na Larson; Hazel Adams and
Edith Bell, clerks.
The Planning Commission: was
directed to make a study of fea
sibility of widening Tile Road,
North Salem business street
Widening of Rural Avenue from
11th Street 290 feet west was or.
dered by the City Council
Elected
I
Russell' FY
president.
' Council
Bonesteele,
ef Salem
BCW
City
Six Israeli
Soldiers Die
In Gun Clash
JERUSALEM. Sept. io UD-U.N.
truce headquarters announced to
night ' six Israeli soldiers were
killed in an exchange of gunfire
with Jordan forces this morning.
Jordan radio accused the Is
raelis of attempting te invade
Jordan la a force IN strong. .
73 u. n. statement said the
clash occurred near the Israel-
Jordaa line between Hebron, Jor
dan, and Beit Cubrin, Israel
It said U. N. observers found th
bodies of the six Israelis at three
separate points in Jordan terri
tory, several hundred reard east
of the line.
Aa Israeli spokesman said ear
lier three Israeli solders had been
wounded in a 90-minuU battle aft
er the Jordanians opened up with
machine gun and mortar fire on
aa Israeli patrol en Israel s side
of the fine sear Puweinxa Village.
Planes Assist
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Fire Fighters
SAN DIEGO. Sept. la Ufl .Sev
en fire-fighting planes today came
to the aid of a thousand men bat
tling on the ground against a tim
ber and brush fire started Satur
day by the crash of aa air force
Jet plane. f.
1 The planes sprayed streams of
water feet wide and 159 fett
long at "hot spots" in the 5,500
acres blackened across a strip of
the Cleveland National Forest, 60
mites northeast of here.
This enabled ground crews, us
ing 1 tanker trucks, is bul'.doters
and ether equipment, to work in
closer. The crews had been in
creased from 600.
Capt. Charles E. Sargcn, who
parachuted from the Jet and then
ran for his life from the flames
until rescued by a Coast Guard
helicopter as he dropped exhaust
ed, has returned to the Yuma,
Arii., Air Force Base. ,
Curbs Plague
Salem Drivers
v.. ...... .
Poor visibility and newly installed
curbs along railroad track en Union
Street between Summer and Cap
itol streets caused woe for some
half dozen motorists Monday eve
sing, city police reported.
Officers said one car lost its
transmission, another two tires and
a third its muffler as drivers ap
parently failed to see the curbs
and hurdled them. The curbs sre
14 inches deep on the raft side.
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Registration Lags at
Pratum; 42 Sign llp
- statai Newi Servtee -
PRATUM. Sept 10 - Forty-two
pupils registered today st Pratum
grade school, compared with ?1
on opening : day last year. The
school has one new tescher, Mrs.
Berths Franklin from Nebraska,
for primary grades.
STATE FAIRGROUNDS HORSE SHOW ARENA
3:30 P.M. AFTERNOON AND NIGHT 1:15 fM.
Wednesday - Thursday, Sept. 19-20
FIRST TIMI IN SAIEM ONIY CIRCUS THIS YEAR
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la Aaaalaa, taa rVaaalata, taatrla aaa aaVaa taaataaf tMaa .
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' FIRST ANNUAL SALEM SHRINI CLUI
mitine NEW
1958 COtTION
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Nixon Plans
15,000-Mile
Campaign Irip
By JOHN CHAD WICK
WASHINGTON. Sept 10 ID
Vice President Nixon today out
lined an intensive political cam
paign to lay the Eisenhower ad
ministration's record before the
people and to counter any "mis
representations," as be put H, by
the Democrats.
At a news conference, Nixon Dis
cussed plans for a 15,000-mile
campaign trip he will atart Sept
18. Traveling by air, he will visit
32 states before returning here on
Oct. 1 te make a nationwide tele
vision report the following night
Eisenhower has ruled out any
political barnstorming himself, but
Nixon made it clear that he will
be busy criss-crossing the country
from now until the Nov. election
making apeeches, shaking hands
and giving interviews. , -
A controversial campaigner In
the 1953 and 1954 elections, Nixon
was asked about the "tone" of the
GOP campaign this year.
He replied that the Republicans
intend to follow the tone they set
at their national convention in
San Francisco, adding "We be
lieve we have a very fine record
to present to the American peo
ple'
At the seme time Nixon said be
didn't believe a party could win
by conducting "a wishy-washy,
milkytoast" type campaign, that
it had te be aggressive and hard
hitting in carrying its message to
the people.
He also said. "We doal Intend
te overlook cases where our rec
ord has been distorted or misrep
resented." He added in this con
nection that a sharp eye was being
kept on the speeches ef the Dem
ocratic candidates.
Nixoa said some of the key
states oa which the Republicans
obviously will concentrate in later
stages of the campaign include
New York, California, Orecon.
wasungton, omo, Kentucky, ii.
linois sod Pennsylvania.
Washington
Hunter Dies
In Shooting
STEVENSON. Wash. Sept 10 If)
The accidental gunshot death
oi a young squirrel, hunter last
Saturday wss reported today by
Sheriff Jim Reid of Skamania
County.
Sheldon Black, 20. White Saint
en, was wounded fatally by a XX
caimer rule Pullet while hunting
in the remote Mosquito Lake coun
try. 10 miles northwest of Mt
Adams.
Reid and Sheriff tt C. Kaiser
Klickitat County said the vic
tim's hunting companions were
Bennett Black. 18. brother ef the
dead youth, and Jim Renick Jr.,
17. both of White Salmon. The am
eers said Jteoick told them, he
swung around te shoot at a run
ning squirrel when his rifle dis
charged.
12 Rooms of
Hotel Burn
JACKSONVILLE, ria.. Sept. 10
orv Fire burned 11 rooms on the
seventn noor oi trie Seminole
Hotel tonight, and the death of
one guest was reported but ap
parently because of a heart at
tack.
Firemen routed people from the
1ST rooms of the nine-story build
ing in downtown Jacksonville and
quickly brought the blaze under
control.
U. S. May Favor
U.N. Handling
Of Suez Dispute
WASHINGTON. Sept. , 10
Signs appeared today that this
country may favor tossing the
Suet crisis into the United Na
tions Security Council despite an
Egyptian plan to create a new
"international negotiating body."
Secretary of State Dulles, in a
statement deploring the "disap
pointing failure of the Cairo con
ference," said that treaty rights
of the canal-using powers remsin
intact and should be pursued "con
sistently with the spirit of the U.N.
Charter."
Woodburn Drive-In
Sunday-Menday-Tnesday
. io wu and war
Andle Murphy
T.y ". Pins
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Scientist
NEW HAVEN. Conn Sept 11
Dr. Benjamin M. Dngfar, 84,
who retired from teaching
at 71 and went en to dis
cover "wonder drag" aar-
eomycin, died Monday. (AP
Wlrephoto).
Discoverer of
a
Aureomycin
Succumbs
NEW HAVEN. Conn, Sept 10 (
Dr. Benjamin M. Duggar of
Pearl River, N.Y., who retired
from college teaching at 70 and
went on to discover the "wonder
drug' aureomycin, died today at
the age of 84.
For the past 13 years Dr. Dug
gar had been a research consult
ant at the Lederle Laboratories at
Pearl River, a division of the
American Cyan amid Co. He Joined
Lederle after ending a long teach
ing and research career, devoted
mainly to improvement of plant
life.
In his "declining years" Dr.
Duggar, in addition to working full
time at the laboratories, played
golf and bowled regularly, main
tained a large vegetable garden,
and on bis vacations traveled all
over the country by automobile.
Although Lederle credited Dr.
Duggar individually as the dis
coverer of aureomycin. Dr. Dug
gar himself always credited the
entire team of scientists which he
headed, and insisted that "no one
man does it."
83 in Victor
Point School
Statesman Nawi Sarrlea
VICTOR POINT, Sept. 10 -
School opened here today with an
enrollment of 83, approximately
the same as last year, according
to Robert Humphreys, school
clerk. All three teachers sre the
same as lsst year.
The principal, Mrs. Ruth Meth
enay has 32 in the primary room
including six first graders. Mrs.
Norms Wells in the intermediate
room has 29 pupils and Mrs. May
sel Montgomery in the upper
grade has 22. Eight pupils sre en
rolled in the eighth grade.
Other school personnel are also
the same as last year. Mrs. Fred
Taylor and Albert Tunrue are the
bus drivers and Mrs. John Amort
will prepare the hot lunches for
the school.
North Marion HS
Has 197 Pupils
Stateuua Nawt SarYira
HUBBARD. Sept. 10 North Mar
ion Union High School opened to
day with 197 pupils registering.
There were 49 freshmen, (1 sopho
mores, 46 Juniors and 41 seniors.
The total is expected to rise near
220 when late registrants sign up.
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"WALK THE
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.TAF ROOTS"
Mid-Valley
Schools Tell
Registration
Statesman Xawi Sarvlc
BROOKS, Sept. 10 One hundred
eleven pupils registered today at
Brooks School, compared with an
estimated 111 on the first day last
year, new Principal S. S. Rockwell
from Portland said. First graders
today numbered 14. There were 18
on opening day last year.
GERVAIS, Sept 10 Gervais
Union High School opened today
with an enrollment of 160, and
more students are expected. At
Gervais Grsde School, Principal
Jewell Colwell reported an enroll
ment of 85, sn increase over last
year's 79 for the first day.
CLEAR LAKE, Sept. 10-Opening
day enrollment at the grade school
here today was 101, compared to
81 on the same day last year at
the four-classroom school. Two
more classrooms are under con
struction, scheduled for comple
tion at the end of October.
DETROIT, Sept. 10-Enrollment
reached 123 today at the Detroit
Schools which opened last week
with 117 registered. There are 10
in high school and 104 in grade
scnooi, supt Harold Regele said.
Idanha is included in the school
district
ORCHARD HEIGHTS. Sept 10-
Popcorn School opened today with
23 students, two more than last
year. There are two first graders
and seven new pupils, teacher Zel-
ma White reported.
AUnuKA, sept, io School op
ened here today with 88 enrolled.
less than last yean opening
aay registration, l Here are nine
in first grade. Nearby ButteviUe
School reported U today, three
more than last year.
CLOVERDALE, Sept. 10 Classes
started here today with 41 students
enrolled, compared to 69 last year.
More are expected. School lunches
will resume on Tuesday.
M0NMOTH. Sept. 10 Total
school registration of 1,160, almost
identical with last year s opening
day figure, was reported today by
Henry Tetz, District 13C superin
tendent.
Central High School registered
370 students; Monmouth element
ary school. 342; Independence Ele
mentary School, 224; and Henry
Hill School, also 224.
Although there were 14 changes
in staff personnel, the number re
mains the same as last year, 54
teachers and four administrators,
TeU said.
Aumsville Over
Last Year's Total
Stataaaaaa Hawi Sarrtea
AUMSVILLE, Sept. 10 Grsde
school opened here today with 179
pupils registered in the eight-classroom
school. The total was. two
more than en opening day last
year.
First grade was down three last
year, however, with 21 in the new
class of beginners. Second grade
was the largest class, with 20 reg
istered; and fifth grade the small
est, with 17.
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THE MAN IN THE
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Salem Government
Functions Expanded
(Story also ea Page 1.)
Major expansion of three func
tions of Salem city government
under designated department
heads, was adopted Monday night
when city aldermen formally
adopted an administrative shuf
fling proposed by City Manager
Kent Mathewson.
Two of these functions will be
performed by City Treasurer
Howard D. Brandvold. He will
Fall at Hotel
Fatal to Man;
Woman Held
PORTLAND. Sept. 10 ( - A
man plunged five stories to h I a
death from a downtown hotel here
early today. Police arrested a 24-
year-old woman and accused her
with taking 8300 from the man's
wallet.
Donald R. Ervin, 31, Vancouver,
B.C., fell from his hotel room win
dow after Katherine Ann Muldoon
and another person had left aim
in the room, Det. Lt. Bard Purcell
said. The trio had returned from
a night club.
Purcell quoted Mrs. Muldoon as
saying she heard something that
"sounded like Venetian blinds rat
tling" while she was standing in
the hotel corridor. She went to
the hotel lobby, learned of Ervin's
fall, snd asked that police be
called.
Police said she had $505 when
arrested. Ervin's wallet was liiund
in a rest room on the second floor.
Priest, Crosby
Deny Story of
Wedding Plan
TACOMA, Wash., Sept 10 IB
Both Bing Crosby and a Tacoma
clergyman today denied a pub
lished' report that the crooner had
received a baptismal certificate
a document which would be evi
dence of remarriage plans.
Crosby said at his Hayden Lake,
Idaho, summer home: "I don't
know anything about it."
The Rev. E. F. McFadden,
pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic
Church here, added:
"I have been at this church
three years and never in that time
has Crosby requested a baptismal
certificate. He hasn't requested
one in the past few days."
The Seattle Post Intelligencer
reported todsy that an unnamed
Tacoma priest had confirmed that
Crosby had been sent, upon his
request, a copy of the certificate
from St. Patrick's.
Crosby was born here hi 1904.
Crosby, whose wife died four
years ago, had denied repeatedly
in recent days the rumors that he
and Kathy Grant, 24, Hollywood!
starlet, are about to be married.1
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limei! It's Oldnnobile's bodsal-prirml Rwke Enln "Sft
It 11 ha twaat mnair la jonr aam, too, when yoe diarovvr
hew little this big beaoty artaally roan!
Se If you've been wwhinf to naka yanr aiim, nma'i
th timt! Now roall raraira all lha benchta ( tha Fall
aalas aaaaan. Cama ea ia , . . get our (niHrraai ippraJaal
a yanr praaent ear. Lt as ibow yon haw aaar it it
s arer te urdt rtfM mow
TOU'll
LODER
head the new service of central
ized storage and inventory of mu
nicipal supplies. Also, he will
act, in addition to treasurer, as
an official deputy to City Record
er Alfred F. Mundt and he will
become city finance officer giv
ing full assistance to the man
ager on budget preparation and
control.
Barclay te Head Function
Personnel administration, "also
a new function, will be handled
by Charles Barclay who will give
full administrative assistance to
the city manager, continue to
manage the airport and give staff
assistance to the Civil Service
Commission.
City Recorder Alfred Mundt
will take on full responsibility
for supervision of buildings and
grounds other than parks snd
public works, and will adminis
ter the city assessment program.
He will continue to supervise
records, payroll elections snd
printing.
Brandvold will take over the
purchasing duties now held by
Barclay, will continue as custod
ian of funds and will have full
charge of city licensing program.
Closer working between re
corder and treasurer under the
plan, said Mathewson, Is a need
fully appreciated by the two of
ficers, snd they sre most coop
erative about these proposals.''
Health Department
la the health department, the
plan approved by Council calls
for turning milk Inspection over
to the state in the near future,
thus eliminating an 18.173 budget
item for city milk inspector serv
ices. This inspector is veteran
sanitarian Ross Coleman who
might fill another local or state
position as the change Is made.
In other administrative changes
ordered, the Council agreed to
limit official minutes to essential
entries to conserve clerical time,
and to speed Council business by
having two Instead of three read
ings of ordinance bills before
final vote.
The number of municipal
funds was reduced from 17 to 9,
primarily to eliminate present
necessity to occasionally borrow
money pending receipts to a cer
tain fund, even though other city
funds earry a large balance.
FlUNACE OVERHEATS
An overheated oil furnace at the
home of Mrs. Carolyn Potwora,
464 N. Winter St., called city fire
men at 11:10 p.m. Monday. No
damage was reported.
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"WALK THE PROUD LAND" I
1:15. 7 :01. 10 47
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NORTM SALKM DSIVB-IN
(Gataa opan it S:4S. Show at dusk)
"THE MAM IN THI CRIY
FLANNEL SUIT." Graiwy Park
A DAY OF runV," Dale Kob
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"HIGH SOCIETY"! t . M
BATTUE OF GETTYSBURG"!
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Babe Zaharias
Stops Coiighin
GALVESTON. Tex.. Sept. 10 W
The coughing spells which Mrs
Babe Didrikson Zaharias has been
experiencing stopped this after
noon and she is resting com
fortably, her husband, George,
said tonight
Earlier, a bulletin trora jonn
Sealy, Hospital, where she is a
cancer patient, said Mrs. Zaha
rias's condition is "not serious at
the moment, but it could become
so.
During the day Mrs. Zaharias
received a letter from President
Eisenhower expressing the Presi
dent's "esteem and admiration"
of her.
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Stayton Schools
Tell Registration
Stataaaaaa Kawt Sarrtea
STAYTON, Sept. 10 - The
Stayton Grade School registered
377 pupils today and Supt. Adrian
Dickson's office said that was "Just
about where enrollment was at the
end of the last school year." No
comparative figure for the opening
last year was available.
Stayton Union High School re
ported "approximately 2O0" regis
tered compared with 285 a year
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