The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 03, 1957, Page 3, Image 3

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le Siltm Begonia Society
made food comeback Friday a
the flower she bow la progress
fit Meier Frank Auditorium.
The ihow will carry through itort
boun today.
Last year, k vat being recalled
at the show Friday, begonia and
fuchsia rowers had suffered so
much from the previous autumn's
freeie that the members called
off the show after it had beea
planned and the date had been
set
Eras later Chairman
Staging f she shew does credit
to its chairman. Ernest Iufer, as
space is allowed between each
plant to permit a better view of it
than is often found at shows. Also
a number of complimentary 'dis
plays add much te the enjoyment
of those attending.
While the majority of the com
plimentary displays are commer
cial, an attractive non-competitive
arrangement is on display by the
host Begonia Society. This is built
of white begonias, and black
sprayed Bells of Ireland, arranged
with a black swan in a black
square dish against a pink back
ground. Mrs. Virgil Sexton and
Mrs. Merle Curtis were responsi
ble for (he arranging.
WuMert Listed '
Judge found sufficiently feed
entrie in almost every division
te place blue ribbon. Tint place
winners include:
Garde Clubs. Keiier Garden
dub.
Arrangements: Coffee table fea
turing begonias. Ruth Squire: who
also toot the sweepstakes ribbon:
buffet, begonias, Mrs. Merle Cur
tis: coffee table featuring fuch
sias, Christine French.
Horticulture: Begonias, potted,
upright, double camellia, Mrs.
Merle Curtis: Picotee, Mrs Lee
Fredericksoa: ruffled. Lee Freder
ick son; rare and unusual irecini
folia I J A. Pinkrati: fibrous root
ed. Mrs. Pankratx; Rex begonia,
Mrs. Pankratt.
FfeaUif Begralas
Floating Begonias: One, and
three, both Dora Troxel.
Fuchsias: Upright, single, Mrs.
Staging Wm Praise s :;'
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Slisa Ellen QiaiL secretary ef the Salem Begonia Society,
was .busy Friday fettlnj the mice variety ef plants en
tered la tblr proper placet for the society s annual show
here. (Statesman Photo)
Marion Schindler (Checkerboard);
double. Mrs. Schindler; tree.
Geo. Candeaux. unnamed, Chris
tine French; single trailer, Mrs.
Schindler (Marinka): double trail
er. Mrs. Schindler (Swingtimei.
Other plants AcMmenes, Mrs
Merle Curtis: African Violets,
Mrs Laura Pankratx. both doub
les and singles; gloxinia, Stanley
Davey; foliage. Hervert Ostlind,
fern, Reva Chamberlain; orchid
vanda Hugh Davey.
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A shipment of 137 registered
American Brahman cattle recently
was made to the Ministry of Ag
riculture in Bangkok, Thailand.
The purebred Brahmans were
purchased in Florida. Louisiana
and Texas.
Iraq Policeman
To Visit State
Police Department
Col. Al-Jezrawi, director of oper
ations of mobile service force for
Iraq will observe operations of the
Oregon State Police Department
fAug 4 to 19.
The colonel notified the depart
ment Friday that he is enroute
from Chicago. On completing his
study in this area be plans to go
to Sacramento.
He is one of eseveral Iraq offi
cials selected by the International
Cooperation Administration in co
operation with the International As
sociation of Chiefs ol Police for
Summer Dust ; ?
Complaint Brought
To County , Court :
Summer dust cootinusd te pUgoe
the Marion County Court Friday
with Mr. Joseph Seller appearing
before the court to complain of
dust on Esaon Road which runs
from Highway ME through Farfc-
ertville toward ML AngeL
She aha asked that sharp angle
of a bridge an the county food be
eliminated. A possible realign
ment of the bridge hat beea con
templated and hi office also will
make a traffic count of the road.
County Engineer John Anderson
said.
Other business in the short
morning sessioo Included peti
tion signed by Lee V. Ohmart and
other residents ef the Hilleodale
area requesting anaexation to the
Vista Heights Water District
State Seeking
More Office
Space Here
The state is seeking te.KW
square feet of office space plus
parking space for M cars in Salem
to rent for the Department of
Motor Vehicles.' John F. Richard
son, state finance director, said
Friday.
The move should rebeve the
worst of congest km in Capitol Mall
buildings, it was indicated.
It will also consolidate the activ
ities of the department's 4ia env
poyes, now scattered in offices in
the Capitol and old StMe Office
and Public Service buildings.
Bids must be received by the
Finance Department by I p m.
I Aug. 23. Richardson said A lease
1 for either five or 18 years will be
! acceptable, he added.
The state this spring lease 12.
000 square feet in downtown Salem
to house other state offices be
coming crowded in Mall buildings.
ujurruraer
Grants Fair '
Display Right
fatroat of the Multnomah Coun
ty fair can continue te view and
teat an electrical massage chair
but the outcome of a bearing Aug.
It will determine if other Oregon
residents will be able t try out
the relaxing gadget.
Marion County Circuit Judge Val
Sopor Friday granted a temporary
restraining order allowing the Wit
x a r d Manufacturing Co. which
turns sot the chairs te continue dis
playing sbem at Graham Aug. I
1. And be will consider the Arm's
request for a permanent injunction
to prevent Jbe State Bureau ef La
bor from interfering in demonstra
tions and sale of the chair at a
bearing set for Aug. II.
The suit seeking the restraining
order was filed Friday by the firm
against Norman Neilsea, State La
bor Commissioner.
In its complaint, the company
allege the commission hat at
tempted to prevent display of the
electrical vibrator by charging it
violate the state's electrical code.
Cancellation of the planned display
would result in violation of a $3, too
leas contract and loat of an esti
mated S23.0M gross income from
expected order, the firm contend.
$,yyo Arrestea t '
During June by
State Patrolmen
Oregon State Police arrested J.
M persons and warned 14.155 oth
er during June for traffic viola
tions. SupL H. C. Maiaen reported
Friday.
la addition, they made 417 ar- vancements for June and a partial
rests for general crimes. 25 for I rrpoH (or Ju)y
2S ' the cleric.1 series. Flossie D.
reaa of identification now contains , VlTg . were promoted from
B3.I27 fingerprint card and m,- ."" '
ON photograph.
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State Workers Promoted
Promotions of 71 state em
ploye were announced Friday by
the State Civil Service (Commis
sion. The report include all ad-
Nettie Helgersoa. Helen C. Ready
and Dorothy E. Morse from clerk
: to J. Cleo Baker, formerly a
clerk 1. is now an offset duplicator
operator I; Harold Marshman ad
vanced, from clerk 4 to engineef
ing aide 1. and Eileen Nash move))
from clerk 1 to clerk typist 1. ;
Realty Post Typist changes include: Wiirifre
L ernes, Lean u. Heivey. liene
t. n. . unman, oaser real, es- Harriman. Ida G. I nger and Shir
tate dealer fox 11 years, was ap-'i,, j. Siegfried from clerk typist
Holmes Picks
Baker Man for
pointed by Gov. Holme Friday to
the state real estate board.
Curfman. a Democrat, it the father-in-law
of Congressman AI L'U
man of Baker.
UUman and Curfman are busi
ness partners. Curfman succeeds
M. L. Schmidt. Tillamook.
The five -man board, which In-
1 to 2: Marleoe Heuberger and
Florence Linenberg from clerk typ
ist 1 to key punch operator: and
Dorothy J. Ingram and Olive
Green (rom clerk typist 1 to dic
tating machine transcriber 1. Mary
Worden advanced from a clerk
typist 1 to clerk 2. and Margaret
Benson was promoted from clerk
elude state real estate commit-, typist 1 to clerk stenographer 1.
siooer Clarence Hyde, conducts ex- Several stenographers were ad-
aminatioti for broker' and sales
men's licensee and advise on state
real estate policies
Visitors Up At Capitol
Nearly 1.200 more visit on aimed!
the guest book in the Stale Capitol
I rotunda during July of this year
than last. Secretary fo State Mark
Hatfield reported Friday. I
All states but two-New Hamp-j
shire and Louisana were repre
sented in the signatures and 14 '
persons came from foreign coun-'
vanced. Marjone J. Byerley, Carol
Yost and Karen J. DeRouch have
all been promoted (rom clerk
stenographer 1 to 2 Advanced to
clerk stenographer J are Esther
C. Battle and Eunice A. Plessinger.
Tax AMUtsrs
The following were advanced
technical administrative training.
Part of this training is devoted
to oo-the-Job activities with feder
al, stste and municipal depart
ments throughout the United States
which include public relations and
personnel administration, as well
as functions of police agencies and
operating divisions.
trie. The number of Oregon per
son tourina the Camtol increased
from 222 in Julv of 19M to KS this from income tax auditor 1 to 2;
yrar Edward Hartman. John Everhart,
total of 4.11 signatures ap- Wallace Krafl. James Di Fabio,
pear in the guest book for July Arthur Bishop. Darcy Drennan.
May more visitors tour the, Capi- William Barrows. Edward Mulkey
tol but do not take time to sign and Alva Johnson Roy V. Olson
the guest book. Hatfied said has been promoted from income
tax auditor I (a 4. Paul J.Jtackia
and Arthur Holmes are now etatit-
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t mum 4, m uniN n. nKtmmmm
is a statistician 1. Eugene Harris
was promoted to tabulating ma
chine operator 2."
Highway PreitUsoe
A number ef promotions oc
curred in the State Highway De
partment. Robert H. Shaw was
moved from engineering trainee to
civil engineer 1. Leones B. Rick
ey. Laurence H. Bower, George V.
Foster and Everett W. Kuhl ad
vanced t highway maintenance
man 3; Richard Frasen and Irwin
Lewis are now highway mainten
ance men 4.
I Changed from laborer 2 te main
tenance repairman 1 is Lester R.
Curry: Rod J. Henry went from
appraiser aide to right of way
agent I; Lamonde Evans was
raised from highway maintenance
man 2 to landscape foreman 1:
Charles J. Walker jumped from
highway maintenance foreman 2
to 4: and Carl E Withers was ad
vanced from highway maintenance
Elks to Hold
Annual Picnic
The Salem Elks Lodge will bold
its annual picnic on Sunday at
Paradise Islands starting at 1
a.m. Only Etki and their immedi
ate families will be admitted.
The lodge will supply food and
refreshments free of charge. Chil
dren will be admitted to free rides
and there will be games for both
adults and youngsters Raymond E
adults and youngsters. Raymond E.
Russell and Clare Ridgeway are
co-chairmen of the picnic.
Birthstone of October is the opaL
man la highway maintenance
foreman 1 ,
PivcfcUtrie Aide
Receiving promotioa to psychia
tric aide 1 were Opal Eatherty and
Robert E. Burnet te: Cusie H. Cress
it now a therapist aide; and Iron
E. Setter and Dorothy Calik
been raised te graduate nurse 1 .
Stepped up to practical mine 1 it
Cor E. Haven. Lucille Lane and '
Mary Robisoa have beea raised to
mstitution worker L
Promoted to grain inspector in
Donald Miley: Gordon C. York in
now a veterinarian 2: Mildred B.
Ritchey now i a cook 2; William
R. Porter is a field examiner I;
WUbim Lorentiae is a honseparent
1 Wilbur Ford changed from ,
stores clerk to timekeeper, and
switching from building trade
helper te electriciaa is George E. ,
Drager.
Judith A. Cooper is now case
worker 2: Donald D. Fleming is an
equipment operator 1; and Ralph
Caley advanced to accounts execu
tive l. Other promotions include:
William C. Hughes te personnel
officer 3: DonaM B. Whelaa to
employment security fraud investi
gator and John C. Kerrick In
motor vehicle supervisor.
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