The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 12, 1956, Page 3, Image 3

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    WlL Law Specialist
Raps Suez 'Bungling9
By THOMAS G. WRIGHT JR.
Staff Writer, The Statesma
The world is riirting with "war
hy accident, confusion and bung
ling" over the Suez Canal ques
tion. Dr. Reginald Parker of Wil
lamette University's law faculty
t ild Salem Kiwanians Tuesday
- noon.
Parker, an international law
specialist who has done research
papers on the Suei while at the
l!niverity of Vienna, defended
Egypt's actions in taking over
operation of the canal company
and took to task France, England
and Secretary of State Dulles for
their stands.
President Nasser has violated
no conception of international law
or any long standing treaty in his
decision to confiscate the canal
and keep its revenues for Egypt,
be said. He has even ottered to
pay indemnity to stockholders in
the company which has operated
the canal since it was completed
in 1869.
Eduralrd In Austria
The speaker, though a native
of the United States, gained his
education in Austria where he
grew up from the age of 5. While
gaining a degree at the Univer
sity of Vienna he devoted special
study to international law, par
ticularly to the control of canals
and said he determined that
waterways like Suez could not be
truly internationally controlled.
Tarker traced the development
of the canal attributed largely
to the imagination of Eerainand
de Lesseps. He said England at
tempted to block and did delay
construction of the canal because
It challenged its sea supremacy.
But soon after it was completed
Disraeli, then England's prime
minister, bought tome 176,000
shares in the company and pre
sented them to 4he queen. '
Legal Point View
Suez is operated by an Egyp
tian company from every legal
point of view of both European
and U.S. law, Parker said. It
runs through entirely Egyptian
land and is operated from offices
on Egyptian soil. No other gov
ernment or organization owns a
majority share in the company,
he added.
Despite what he termed aggres
sive actions by England and
France in the Suez crisis Nasser
has continued to meet the situa
tion with calmness, Parker said.
He added that "extraordinary
i bungling on the part of our for
jeign secretary (Sec Dulles)" had
I helped deteriorate the situation to
, the point where hotter heads
' could have plunged the world into
i a war without ever knowing why.
Ul Jill T, (I IIIIIIAIUtCU HI 1 1 n
Senator Hotel luncheon meeting
by Seward P. Reese, dean of the
Willamette University Law
School.
Solon Group to
Discuss Tax
Changes at Meet
The Legislatlv' Interim Tax
Committee will meet in the State
office building In Portland Friday
and Saturday. The committee will
discuss proposed changes in the
income tax laws.
Sen. Rudie Wilhelm Jr., Port
land, chairman of the committee,
said his group would prepare two
sets of income tax bills.
One would reduce income taxes
if the committee's sales tax bill
is passed.
The other would adjust Income
taxes if the sales tax measure is
defeated.
Rites for Girl,
17, Thursday
Funeral services for Miss Ester
Marie Manley. 805 N. Church St., ;
will be Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in
Clough Barrick chapel, the Rev. I
H. A. Peckham and the Rev. E. L.
Gammon officiating. Interment will
be at Belcrest Memorial Park.
Miss Manley, 17, died Monday at
her home. She had suffered injury
in a fall.
UF Leaders
Slate Meet
With opening of the Salem
United Fund campaign only a
week off, Fund leaders are call
ing together all chapter chairmen
for a meeting at 10 a.m. this
Thursday in the Marion Hotel.
These men and women, some
of whom haven't yet made them
selves known to the UF leader
ship, will supervise the volunteer
teams that solicit fellow workers
at 100 or more plants, offices,
stores and other places of em
ployment. Fund drive plans will be ex
plained and the new United Fund
film shown at the one-hour Thurs
day program under direction of
UF' cabinet member Elmer Berg-lund.
Judson Junior High Access t
Roads to Be Eyed by Board
The upland Indians of Peru
Bolivia, and Equador chew stalks t
of the quinna plant and coca
leaves to reduce hunger and fa
tigue on long journeys.
East-west access roads to the
Judson Junior High School site
will be up tor consideration at
Thursday night's meeting of the
Salem School Board, first session
of the new school year.
Problems of locating and con
struction of a linking road be
tween 99E or Sunnyside Road and
the- school site have been under
study for several months by the
Marion County Court and the
school district.
At present the only access to
the site on Jones Road, in the
Salem Heights Liberty district
south of Salem, from the east is
by way of Browning Avenue to
the north and Boone Road to the
south. Both would be circuitous
routes for pupils attending the
school who live in the Morning
side and Pringle districts.
Proposals Offered
Proposals to extend Idlcwood
Drive to Jones Road in the vicin
ity of the school site have been
offered, but no property has been
dedicated for street purposes in
that area.
Construction on the school, one
of two identical junior highs to
be built for the district, is sched
uled to get underway in late Oc
tober. First students are expected
to be enrolled about a year later.
The board is expected to ad
vance another preparation for the
Judson project Thursday night
when a contract is offered with
Salem Heights Water District for
a water line to the school. i
Enrollment Report Due
An enrollment report which
may call for the hiring of two
more teachers and the shifting of
several others will be heard by
the board. Bulging classes at sev
eral grade, schools were creating
the new problems, rather than an
unexpected general increase in
school attendance.
Several other items are on the
board agenda including prepara
tion of student lists, authorization
of the annual school census and a
financial report on transportation
ad school lunch program opera
tios. '
Car Passes Police Test;
DETROIT, Mich, un - Traffic
Judge John D. Watts called (or a
test when Chester S. Bragiel ar
gued he could not have been doing
80 miles an hour when arrested
for speeding. "Why my car could
n't get over 50, your honor," Bra
giel complained.
Driver Jailed
The judge had a policeman take
Bragiel s car out on an express
way for a test run. The officer
telephoned back that the car hit
N miles an hour easily and could
have gone faster. Bragiel was sent
to jail for five days and ordered
not to drive for a year.
Statesman. Salem, Ore., Wed, Sept. 12, '58 (Sec. I)-3
Fire Damages Rubber Firm
Fire Tuesday afternoon ' at OK
Rubber Welders, 1820 S. 12th St.,
burned a small hole in the ceil
ing, Carl Sidwell, co-proprietor,
said. Cost of repair will be "neg
ligible." h eaid.' ' 5 ';
The fire about 4:10 p.m. appar
ently started In a rubber hopper
at the rear of the building, fire
men said. ' ' ,' -'
County CD
Adds Aide
Melvln H. Cleveland, Salem, has
been appointed assistant deputy for
personnel of Marion County Civil
Defense, according to an announce
ment by' county director W. S.
Wharton.
In addition to his new duty,
Cleveland is assistant State Civil
Service Commission director.
Other recent Marion County ap
pointments include: L. Sydow, di
rector of the Aurora staging area;
Lawrence Spraker, director of shel
ter center, district No. 9; L. V.
Thirkell, chief of clothing section;
G. Lermon, chief of sanitary sec
tion and Harland E. Kelley, chief
of transportation pool. All ap
pointees are from Salem.
LONG CONSCIENCE
TOM P KINS V 1LLE , Ky.
"Please forgive." That appeal and
$10 came in a letter to the Brad
shaw - Hagan Co. from a man who
said he had taken part in the theft
of tobacco, candy and other items
from the company's store. The
sender said the minor break - in
had been on his conscience for
35 years.
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