The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 05, 1956, Page 2, Image 2

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    D Slaicir.an, Salem, Ore, Fri, Oct 5, o3
Lot; Death Rate on Freeways '
Prime Factor in Construction
By PAUL W. HARVEY 3K
Associated Pnw WHtcr
Th fcjhwsy casiaeen fidbt
decide I build freeways hies b
caut,taey srtr facts, A major
reatoa' fa) that they art eafer.
Th Otttrm Biznway Coram!-
3m recently' received report
from th federal Bares af Pub
lic Beads whicw " nRtfflirtw asi
lnvesrifatio Biade la 1) states. -It
shows that oa freeways auca
as the R. H. Baldock Freeway be-
Theatre Time
Table
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"TT4 ft SYMPATHY" Tl, :.
-viauvrua xxpxxar
tweea Portland and lakm, the
trafne death raU if II per 100
millioa vehicle sanies. '
, On espressways, where access
is only partially controlled and
there art treating at grace, the
rate overs to U.-auiiag ibis the
most dangerous type ef construe
tien as far as fatalities are con
cerned. The rat the old two
lane, conventional highways is Ml
bjkurfes Listed
There are 171 injuries per 100
silUsa Biles sb freeways. 249 ee
expressways e partially-ccntreQtd
highways.
- Oregon woat nave any express
way construct!. 1 will be all
neewtyt Irani here on oat.
. Another stsdy shows the same
results for freeways and express
ways inside metropolitas areas.
UtheBaidock Freeway is to be
patient, B speed Sail est Ore-j
sow's sew freeways will few. T
miles as hour. This will apply on
Routes N and 90.
Public
Records
CK CUT COURT
Edward A. KcUiaf fi florU X.
Reiling: Order diswlsse com
plaint and cross complaint and
adjudges 1330 attorney's fees for
defendant, -;, i v W- -
Glen T. Ifacomber vs Clarence
T. Gladden: Defendant's deatur
rer denies penalty disproportion,
.ate, groand insufficient er n
constitutional in answer to plain
tiffs petition lor writ of habeas
' corpus.
Charlotte G. Parker ts Walter
VY, Parker: Coca plaint for divorce
charging cruel sad inhuman fees.
ment, seeks castody of two minor
children and $30 S swath support
money for each. Married st
Olympis. Weak, Sept 20, 1932.
- Lee Boy Rowland ts Margaret
P. Bowiand: Dtvore .deem for
plaintiff sward castody of three
miner children to defendant, one
child tc pUintifi; plaintiff to pay
$30 1 month support money.
Harry A. Bruna ts Afrin ft.
Chriitophersoa: Complaint seeks
Judgment of WJl'l sllegedly doe
as molt of defendant's acfli-
gencs in causing s traffic acci
dent ;::-.Jv-. r..'-:;
H. L Broassard and Anas X.
Broowtrd ts Marica Countr
Complaint ' seeks damage of
$2,500 allegedly due at result ef
flooding caused by county proj
ect - - I
Kelbt Edwards Stalter ts Bar
ry Edwards; Judgment ef $310
ordered for plaintiff and defend
ant ordered to pay $30 a month
support for minor child.
lltrcia Bettger ts Rhine Bett-
ger. Complaint for divorce char
ges cruel and is human treatment,
seeks custody of minor child, $79
s month support for child end
$129 s month alimony for self.
Married at Salem, July 26, ISO.
guts upon relation of Alfred
P. Dobsoa ts Earl T. Newhry,
Secretary of State: Defendant or
dered te appear ia court at
p.m. today to shew eaues why he
should Dot certify names of sD
judicial candidates to be Toted sn
at the general election along with
qualifications to county regiatrers
for inclusion oa the Nov. I judic
ial liilot w
- MAKXIAGE : APTUCATIONI
George L. Neal, 24, Lyons
Boute 1. Box 4L plywood worker,
and Joyce Arlene Kale, 22, Aaras-
Tille Routs I, Box 138, telephone
. operator. l". :""
. James Oliver Davenport, 1$, In
dependence, farm laborer, and
Janice lUens Armstrong, 19, In
dependence, at home. -James
Edward Routs, legal,
' Arlington," carpenter, and Mary
Ardelie Federson, legal, loos I,
Summer St, rat clerk.
Mix BusseH Brimmer, 22, 2189
S. 12th St, mechanic, sad Elea
nor Ana Strode, 19, 1780 E. Mo-
Guchrirt, press tender.
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WC'tAJf gSLLS CHILD :
COLOMBO, Oct 4 (eV-A peas-
. nt wamaa VMtlm ef the .
drought north central Ceyjoa has
had In generations sold her
months-old child for t rup
($1.40) because she couldn't feed
him, social service officers report
ed u tat Cs?M8 gjurtroest
Acceas av lufhwayf Is Bunted
by purchasing the access rixhts
fren abuniaf prayirty ewacrs.
The BMway Cemmiwiow c a s
change present highways into free
ways ss wig as) there sreal atore
than M busiacss esUbliahmenU
per raiJe. The enrnmissioa wiB ask
On Letjiiatnr te remove that re
striction.
It's usually too expensive, bow
te toy for access rights ea
existing roads. So the ecraonisilon
generaily buuda aver entirely aew
routes.
slew asked the Legislature far per
mission t change existing high
ways into freeways. The Legisle-
hvedid, sot pat that " er mere
restricties at.
hstrlcttea Baaapers
That's whea) the ceniniiesiun
first decided ta haild the freeway
between Portland and laiena. It
ceuldnt sossiMw have changed
Pacific Highway East into a tree
way with that restrictloa in the
hrw.
There was a big legislative fight
ever that law hi 1947. with t h
motel owners wigeroasly opposing
Then win he another one in
1957. .
The cemmisaioa says it needs
to have lb jastrkties removed is
order to comply with federal regu
lations that win apply to recon
struction ef VS. M and M. Some
parts of those present routes will
have ts be mad into freeways.
The eomnussioa sods that if the
Legislature decsat take actios,
thea the federal government will
com in sad do the joe.
Wheat tysttaa
However, tha cemnussloi iaat
just aikisgior tjalimtted rights te
limit access eat those two routes.
wants ts do-1 svsr -fhe -wnole
highway system.
The eernmiastoa reports that
nearly everybody thinks tha Bal
dech freeway Is woaderful, hat
there art some complaints.
For instance, oa state official
complains that the cotnnusskai ts
iailioe; te put the mileage ta high
war dhectton signs. A siga poiata
te Partumd, for mstance, but dsn
al say how far it ts. '
The conunissiea aaswers that It
cant put, the mileage ea the signs
until the- eonstroctioa program Is
completed. With aew const met ion
project constantly shortening dis
tances, the eeoiirtfssioa weald hare
to change the mileage designations
constantly, too.
Heart Attack
Kills Driver
From Salem
Harry Leonard Ness, U, of 195
Victoria Dr., was fatally stricken
with what was believed to bo a
heart attack Thursday whOo driv
ing on the Salern-StSyton highway
near Cottage Farm, state police
'Feeder9 'Airline Officials Visit Salem
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(Add. late sews oa page 11).
Feels Safer
In the Clouds
TAMPA. Fla. -Ed Jones, a
coffee shop operator, doesn't have
an automobile driver's license and
shies away from eve riding m
cars because be sects they are
dangerous. t,
Be has f ; pilot's license and
spends a let df time hi the ckmds.
I
Vice aresUeats of two airlines that waat ta esUhllsh feeder serrir ia Salesa chat with Mayer
Robert White (right) hetweea sesstows of a explanatory saeeung Taantuy n ia caaav
ber of Coaaaterce. Hax A. King (left) repre seats Seathwest Afrways. Eraest B. Codo Is a
West Coast Ahihtes offkiai (SUtesaau photo by Joha Erkkseat
Witnesses told Officer Arthur
Jincks the N e s s car suddenly
swang acnes the highway at a
stowiag speed shout 4 43 p.m.. hit
a bank and roPd on ha tid. Dep
aty Coroner Deaald Waggoner said
Ness apparently steered the ve
hicle off the road after the attack
asd sueeembed a few moments
aster. Little damage was done to
Ms 1943 Chevrolet panel truck.
Ness, a resident of tht Salem
area for the past 1 years, report-
tdty was en route home from
Anmrville, whse he had beea em
ployed for the last eight years at
the Willamette Bufldert firm. The
family said he had beea ia appor
entry good health.
Bora Oct 14. 18V2, at Ada, Minn.,
Ness resided In the Silverton area
prior te earning to Salem. He at
tended the C h r i s t i a a Science
Church here.
Surviving arc the widow, Mrs.
Rattle Ness, whom he married
July I, 1923, at Port Angeles,
Wash.; sons, Stanley Nest, Salem,
and Milton Ness, Bend; daughter,
Mrs. Harriett Deserane, Portland,
and four grandchildren.
Services win be held at 1 p.m
Saturday at HoweO-Edwsrds Chap
el, with Interment foDowing at
City View Cemetery.
112 Pints of
Blood Given
Robert 1. ' Rice, 17 . McCain
St, gars his 17th pint of blood
Thursday to the Americas Bed
Cross, ne was . sat at ill volun
teers whs donated blood in a drive
held hi the downtown Armory.
. Bed Cross armed lor U pints
sad fen short by It pints. How
ever, there was as increase by
two lints over September's total.
; Regular dowers, who gave blood
yesterday wctw Mrs. Certrud Fkt-
and Mrs. Mildres Xuhn, 3079 Mc
Coy Ave.; Miss Carol Gebrmaa,
n Parry St.. asd LeRey Frtak.
4347 Macleay Rd4 who each gave
their eighth plat
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County; Requested
To Share Cost of
Drainage Work
A rtouest that the county share
la cost of a drainage project north
east of Woodbora was taken under
consideration Thursday by the
Marion Courier Court.
The Woodbtsra Drainage project
hat been suggested by the Agri
cultural Stabilisation sad Conser
vation Committee snd would cost
as estimated $1400. A 11 -inch
drain line would be Installed if
approved and wtald affect the
county got 6 $31 CarJ-Gleawn
Road the are. - - -
The county fau been asked to
contributo 11 J per cent of the cost
beeaus ef the reed twseideratioe,
Qasses Pick
Leaders at
WiUamette U
Fatal ballets were east this week
for class officers at Willamette
University, the result being a slate
of 22 stodents representing four
classes the leadership positions
The senior class elected to have
Tom Lorn of Vancouver president
for the comtng semester. Other of
ficers are Bob Joseph, vice presi
dent, Salem; Gayle Rogers, secre
tary Portland; Margie Wilson,
treasurer, Hebe; Martin Wolf,
Vancouver and Larry Lister, Port'
land, sergeants-at-arms.
vie naaiuno of Bandon was
junior class choice for president
Others art: Vice president. Skip
Alexander, Sunny Valley; secre
tary, Nancy Groth, Delate; treas
arer. Janet Roseoe, Portland; and
sergeant-at-arms, Dick Chanda,
Bornievuit.
A Pendleton atudent. Lamr Wil-
Ungham, will head the sophomore
class roster. Vice president
Dean Bishoprics; of Woodburn
secretary, Charlotte Means,
Salem; treasurer. Sandra Roork
Portland; and sergeant-at-arms,
Jos Stewart, Lebanon.
Of tht X candidates nominated
for the freshman class posts, re
sults showed Ted Cook for Grants
Pass as first president of the class
of 'at. Serving as vice president
Is Claude Garvin, Portland; secre
tary, Glttny Grant, San Mateo;
treasurer, Rosemary Stephenson,
Salem; and sergeants-at-arms, Ke
vin Ktncsid. Salem; and Dave
Scott, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Approximately M per cent of the
student body voted in the elections.
Direct Oregon Service
Cited by Airline Chiefs
(Story alee ea page l-
Proposed feeder airnhes tor Sa
lem, as explained by company
representatives ia s Salem meet
ing Thursday with city officials
snd Chamber of commerce repre-
tenatives, would provide direct
service to a number of cities m
Oregon and surrounding states
which are bypassed by the larger
United Air Lines company.
Southwest Airways proposes te
serve Salem on three routes from
Portland, one flying to San Fran
cisco via Crescent City, Arcata
Eareka and three other California
cities; one to Sacramento by way
of Bend-Redmond, Klamath Falla
and Redding. Red Bluff. Chico and
Marysville, Calif.; and another
taking off from Klamath Falla for
Reno, Nev.
The SWA route north from San
Francisco now reaches up to Cres
cent City with its northern termi
nal at Medford.
West Coast Airlines also pro
poses to cross tne tascaoes Be
tween Salem and Bend-Redmond,
with' flights from there to Burns
snd Klamath Falls. It also pro
poses to include Salem on the
present route connecting Portland
with Albany Corvallia, Eugene,
burg, Medford and Klamath Falls.
Burns would go from Klamath
Falls through Lakeview.
Vice President Ernest B. Code
of WCA stressed the service his
company's proposals would give
between Salem and the capital
WCA proposals, too, include flights
south from Coos Bay to Crescent
City, Eureka and San Francisco,
and from Klamath Falls to Reno.
King said his company pro
poses two round trips daily to
Portland, Bend Redmond and
southbound routes going through
to the present SWA network in
California.
Code said his company proposes
adding Salem to its present flight
making three trips dairy between
Portland and Albany Corvallls,
snd also add a route between Sa
lem and Bend-Redmond.
H. V. Sweeney, Salem manager
for United Air Lines, said several
times that the flight proposed by
both companies over the Cascades
te Bend is impractical because of
the time required to climb over
tht mountains and descend again
on the other side.
King and Code both disagreed
with this opinion and Code added
that WCA has ordered turbe-prwp
planea with a climb rate ef 2.000
feet a minute that would be ideal
for the trip.
Ia answer to Sweeney's coot ca
tion that Salem traffic does not
warrant additional service, King
said his company has been suc
cessful ia ether areas in stimu
lating traffic with reduced excur
sion and coach fares that would
be applied to this area.
Present UAL flights serving Sa
lem with three planea daily ia
each direction go north through
Portland, and south through Eu
gene and Medford.
Enrollment Qimba
For Reed College
PORTLAND, Oct 4 (tV-Reed
College today announced a a.5 per
cent increase over last year is
fall semester registration.
Total enrollment at tne college
is (S3.
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