The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, June 03, 1955, Page 3, Image 3

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    The Bond Bulletin, Friday,
Opponent Set
For Matthews
no isi: iu:'i ci.txk Wood
v.urlii i, I'.jinham City, Ulah. to
d v luinnti as the opponent
(or Harry I Hid I M.-iith' ws when
the l.att r in:-ko.s his romt-hai-k try
hie yinie 17.
M.i(..-iii:mlai' Ted Walker, who
oronuiiced the signing ol the Ut.iii
he.n-yweiJht, said Woodworth
been native ne nri.'ei.inl fnr
about tluee years and has never
lost a bout by way of a knockout
or TKO.
Game Postponed
PORTLAND (UP)-A scheduled
Pacific Coast League baseball
game Wtween Portland and Holly
vid was called off last niht be
cause of rain.
Beaver management said a dou-bleheadf.-r
will be played tonight
to make up tiie game.
Bob Gai ber 14-51 and Red Man
ger were named to pitch for
Hollywood in the twin bill. Poi-t
land's hurlers will be Red Adams
and- Bill Worle (5-21.
Portland is leading the series
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June 3, 1955
Ftirgol Leading
At Palm Beach
Marty Furul of Lemont. III., out
in front by one slim pjint, slaked
his lead in the second round of the
Palm Beach Hound Robin golf
c'uimpi Jiistnp today against Iwo of
the hoik-si shoot its in Hip field
husky Mike Souchak and tcr
riblc Tommy Bolt.
S'jucliiik a;id Bolt were amonp
four players who posted better
medal scores than Furgo) in the
opening round but netted fewet
: n-jidts under the unique Round
Rabin scoring system of matching
medal caitis within each foursome
Marty shot into the lead, with a
70 and a seoi-e of plus eit-ht. Sou
chak had a 68 fop plus five and
Bolt a G9 for plus seven, placing
both within easy striking distance
of Furgol's load.
In addition to those two hot-shots.
Fulfil also drew Clone Littler to
complete is foursome for the first
of two rounds scheduled today.
Littler, 21-year-old California favor
ite. Rut off slowly Thursday with
a 72 mat dropped him to an eighth
place tie in the field of 16 at
minus two. But he still was a
throat with four rounds to go.
Bolt playing out of Houston, Tex.
and Peter Thomson of Australia,
the 09 shooters, were tied for sec
ond at plus seven as the second
round began with Julius Boros of
Mid-Pines, N.C., next at plus six.
Souchak, former Duke footballer
from Durham, N.C., and, defend
ing champion Sam Snead of White
Sulphur Springs, W.Va., each with
G8, were tied at plus five and Bob
Uosburg of San Francisco was all
The others were on the minus
side trailing down to the cellar
to Ted Kroll of Utica, N.Y., at
minus nine.
Thomson had a fair chance of
movinE up, playing Rosburg, Cary
Middlecoff (minus seven) and
Jackie Burke (minus two) both ot
Kiainusha Lake, N.Y., Snead drew
Boros, Doug Ford of Kiamesha
Lake (minus five) and Shelley
Muyfiold of Westbury, N.Y., (minus
Yanks Expected
To Score Victory
ST. ANNE'S, England (UP)-Babv-faced
Dan Bisplinghoff, dis
tance hilling Billy Joe Patton. and
Ah' Force officer Joe Conrad car
ried the favored United States col
ors into the quarter-final round of
the British Amateur golf cham
pionship today.
Although Irishman Joe Carr, Hie
J953 champion, and four English
players still are in contention,
most local experts think a Yank
will win and now many of them
arc picking Bisplinghoff.
With 75,000 miles of trunk lines,
the Pentagon's private branch tele
phone exchange is the lurgest of
its kind in the world.
Photoruphcd in COLOR
at a' REAL Nudist Park
under the supervision
and with the approval of
Alex Smith
tammmm ssaSiii8:tr -4 W.m
MERbE INSURANCE FIRMS Vern larion, left, operator of
the Vern Larson Agency, has sold his business to Gordon Rand
. all, right, operator of the Gordon Randall Agency. The merger,
with Larson to hold an executive position in the consolidated of
fice, will be effective July I. (Bend Bulletin Photo)
Purchase of Larson Agency
By Gordon Randall Reported
Gordon Randall, who has insur
a nee a gene ies i n Bend a n I
Redmond, has announced the pur
chase of the Vern Larson Agency,
with the merger of the two Bend
firms to be effective as of July 1
under the name of the Gordon
Randall Agency.
The purchase includes all insur
ance lines now handled by Larson,
who will join the Randall staff in
Greggs Blanks
Eagles 16 to 0
Jim Wiley, on the mound for
Greggs Banner bakery, blanked
the Eagles 16 to 0 in a Little
League national circuit game here
yesterday evening. In pitching the
shutout, Wiley allowed only three
hits, two of them to George Ros
engarth. Eagle shortstop.
The free-wheeling Gregg team
scored in five of the seven in
nings, and in ttie fourth scored
seven runs. Working smoothly,
Wiley struck out 13 Eagle batters,
yielded only two bases, and took
part in a double play, Wiley to
In the Americari circuit Little
League game, the Brandis team
defeated the Bifeo squad 7 to 2 in
action on the Hannon diamond.
Mike Riley, on the mound for the
v" yielded only one hit in the
six innine contest.
In Little Loa-jue play earlier in
the week. The Elks defeated the
Eagles 23 to 6, with Lee Wicks
as the winning pitcher, icaiing
hitlers for the winning Elks were
Mickey Foley, two out of three;
Lee Wick three for five, one of,
them a triple, and Andy Cleveland,
two for five, one of them a homer.
Score of last night's National
League shutout:
Eagles 0 3 0
Greggs 16 15 0
Batteries: Haupt and Allstrom;
Wiley and Lowe.
Interest Mounts
In AAU Meet
PORTLAND (UP) Interest In
tomorrow's Oregon AAU track and
field championships here mounted
today as entries continued to pour
John Pavelich of Vancouver, B.
C, defending discus champion of
the meet, said he plans to enter
against Fortune Gordien, the
world's record holder.
The University of Washington
plans to send 11 men, including
half-miler Gary Gayton who fin
ished second to Oregon's Jim
Bailey at Eugene last week in the
PCC meet. Bailey has a sore leg
muscle and is not expected to compote.
Phone 693 -2 Miles North on Redmond Highway 9
Come on out Tonight and enjoy a Movie
From your car
See the Movie on our New Screen
Dean Martin Jerry Lewis
Fernando Lamas
Gates open 7:30 Show at Dusk
an executive position. The two of
fices will be consolidated in the
headquarters of the Gordon Ran
dall Agency, 233 Oregon. Staff of
the enlarged office will be in
creased by two, providing one of
the larger insurance firm staffs
in upstate Oregon.
Randall entered the local insur
ance field in 1946, when he pur
chased the Andrew Foley agency.
Larson has been in the insurance
and real estate business in Bend
since 1947, year he purchased the
Jack Davis insurance business. In
the sale to Randall, Larson is dis
continuing his real estae business,
to devote his full lime to insurance
Under the new arrangement,
Larson will work out of both thn
Gordon Randall Agency office in
Bend and the Pierce and Randall
Agency in Redmond.
"The merger of our two officer
will make possible expanded and
better service, Randall said.
The Vern Larson Agency on Ore
gon avenue will be closed and all
accounts serviced at the Gordon
Randall Agency.
Company Makes
Contract Award
General contract for Bend's new
dial telephone building, to be
erected on the northwest corner of
Hill street and Kearney avenue,
was awarded Thursduy to Waldo
S. Hardie and Son. of Eugene, on
a low bid of 201,111.
Preliminary work will get tinder
way immediately, according to
Pacific Telephone Manager H. C.
Kernon, and the building is sched
uled for completion by May, 3951.
Installation of the new dial switch
ing equipment will follow, with the
tentative "cut-over from the pres
ent manual system set for around
November 1, next year, Kerron
Plans prepared by Architects
Jacobberger and Stanton call for
a two-story structure of reinforced
concrete with ground dimensions
of 99' x 82', plus a second floor
measuring 82' x 44'. Plans include
a 45 x 8 cable vault and an 18 x
11' concrete block engine room to
provide for standby power in case
of emergency.
Other bidders on the project
were: Malarkey and Moore, $203,-
143; Oscar Wayman, $204,400; Rob
ertson. Hay and Wallace, 1206.421;
all of Portland. H. Bamhart, Mid
ford, J207.500; Henry Mason. J201
279 and A. V. Petersen, J209.S98.
both of Portland. II. G. Carl Con
struction Co., J210.781 and Erwin
Battcrman, $218,424, both of P
lem. DeGrec Construction C.
Bend, $225,000.
A single codfish may produce
as many as 9,000,000 eggn.
Ike Honored by
ish Group
rd Jewish Appeal presented its
first Humanitarian Achievement
Award to President Eisenhower to
day "for his help to survivors or
Nazism" during World War TL
The award was an ancient elny
lamp "from the land of the Bible"
recovered during archeological ex
cavations in Israel-.
William Rosenwald, general
chairman, and 11 other national
officers of the Appeal made nVi
liberation of the victims of Nazi
They cited Mr. Eisenhower tor
his "inspiring and unforgettable
role in that great event."
A citation road by Rosenwald
said In part:
you led the Allied forces to
victory, threw down the gates of
the concentration camps and
helped to save from extermination
the remnant of the once-great Jew
ish populations of Europe.
"By your sympathetic under
standing of the problems involved
and by your effective action, you
set a pattern of humane and help
ful treatment. Your example pre
vailed in the American zones of
occupation and served to revive
and restore the newly liberated
Jews of central Europe and those
who sought haven there."
UJA will open a two-day nation
al conference Saturday to plan its
1955 nationwide drive for funds.
It describes itself "the major
American agency providing funds
for distressed Jews overseas ani
immigrants to Israel."
Millpond Claims
Life of Boy, 1 1
COOS BAY (UP) An 11-year-
old boy drowned yesterday wliile
playing on a raft in an unused
millpond near Bunker Hill.
The victim was Dennis Frank,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C.
Frank of Bunker Hill.
A witness said Dennis and a
companion, Steven Thorne, n,
were playing on two makeshift
rafts late in the afternoon. One of
the boys jumped on the other's
raft, and both crafts sank.
Lawrence Marcott, who hap
pened to be nearby, plunged Into
the pond. He pulled Steven to
shore, but the other boy failed to
come to the surface. Dennis' body
was recovered within 20 minutes.
Pulpwood companies own or
lease 6.1 per cent of the nation's
commercial forest lands.
Children's Day
Program Set
Spwlnl o The Bulletin
PRINEVn.E The. complete
rosier of boys who will go to Boys'
State at Oregon Stale, coltege this
summer, together with their spon
sors, was named this week at the
regular meeting of the chamber
ot cr.mmeive. The Boys' Sra'c
meet will be held June 12-18, and
is sphered by the American Le
gion, with the aim of teaching
high s.hosl boys practical appli
cation of American government.
Tiie boys and their sponsors are:
Lawrence Weberg, Powell Butte
Farmers' clilb: Kenneth Bekke
riahl, Eagles; Dan Gardner, Elk;
Gary Quinn and Mike Wendt,
Lions; Bob Warren and Bill Par-
rish, Crook county Post, Ameri
can Legion.
Chairman for the Boys' State In
Crook county is Joe Thalhofer.
Prineville Sets
Livestock Sale
PRINEVILLE The Lions clilb
of Prineville will sponsor the first
county livestock sale, to be held
this summer, according to an an
nouncement by Ken Waud of the
county agent's office. The sale wH
follow the Crook county fair, wnen
FFA and 4-H clubs will show their i
finest livestock. Winners will have
me opportunity, through this sale.
to get top prices for the show
The announcement was made at
the meeting of the chamber of
commerce, Tuesday, May 31. Also
present, was Jerry Breese, presi
dent of the Crook County Fair as
sociation, who elaborated plans for
the county fair which is to be sep
arated from the Crooked River
roundup for the first time in many
years. The fair will be held a week
later than the roundup.
TRACY, Minn. (UP) Form
er Anton Nelson appears to be
having trouble keeping his falls sep
arated from his springs. I,ast
spring he fell from a horse and
was hospitalized with a broken leg.
This spring he fell from a hay
mow and was hospitalized wStn
broken ribs, an arm injury and
coyote must be foxSer than a fox.
Mcintosh County Auditor Albert
Isyler claims. In a recent 12-month
period, 411 foxes and 28 coyotes
were turned into his office for1
bounty, despite the fact that the
papulation of ttie two predators is
nearly equal in mis area.
Announcing -for
the first time
since Repeal...
A. limited
After she earuhing jttn, Old Hermitie
n M tie peak of its lairot. Now rou'U drink thii great
Kcntudrj bourboa with Bore pleasure, Mrve it
with Bore pridebut pijr the time at before. If your
good umc rkniniit tl oacM, demand Old Hermitagel
Eagles Planning
Busy Week End
Special to The Bulletin
PRfNEVILLE The Eagles hn'l
will be the scene of considerable
festivity and ceremony this week
end, when the installation of new
officers Is held Sunday beginning
at 3. p.m. and the inaugural ball is
staged on Saturday night. For the
dance, the music w'll be furnished
by John Ball's orchestra. Ball is
nasi president of the Eagles Aeire
'jllovirlns the siinnay ceremon
ies, a potluck supper is to be
erved In Die lodge hall for both
the lodge members and the auxil
iary. New o''lcers for the lodee are
LeRoy Allen, president; Everett
Ap'ing. vice president; Howard
Bennett, chaplain; Everett Hop
kins, secretary; Bill Hill, treas
urer; Wavne Adamson, conductor;
Dean McCall. inside guard; Joe
Iihrkev. outside guard. Trustees
are Pete Ons. Max Anflrcson ana
Clyde Kendall.
In the women's group, the newly
elected officers are Martha Chi
chester, president; Mrs. Sylvan
Michel, vice - president; Mrs.
George Hensch. chaplain: Mrs. E.
L. Braly. secretary; Mrs. Les Hot
lerlbeck. treasurer; Mrs. Ray Wal
ler, conductress: Mrs. LeRoy Allen,
inside guard: Mrs. Ruth Warns,
outside guard; and trustees are
Mrs. Lyle Gillmore, Mm.
Bob Owens and Mrs. Rhon
da Dake. The Past president
mony will be Max Andreson nn
Installing officers tor the cere
mony will b eMax Andreson and
Mrs. Walter, and the conductors
will be Ray Chichester and Mrs.
Les Duznn. At the last meeting of
the Eagles auxiliary. Mrs. C. J.
Brandon was initiated as a new
Diamond Lake
Highway Open
The Diamond lake highway, Ore
gon Route 230 and shortcut be
tween Central Oregon polirls and
the MHord country, was opened
to through traffic today, R. II. Pal-
dock, state highway engineer, an
nounced in Salem. The east Dia-
mond lake highway was opened
earlier, making the Diamond lake
lodge and recreation area accessi
ble. .
Baldock estimates that the Me-
Kenzie highway, from which snow
is now being removed, will be open
to traffic in about three weeks.
The slimmest whisker on a
man's fuce Is thicker than Mhe
heaviest hair on his scalp.
wrui it
t Ou HiiMiusi Ctmtun
m uminm. li runoff n
Lodge Members
At Convention
Special to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE A number of
members of the Prineville Elk
lodge are in Ashland this weekend
for the lodge's state convention.
As a distinctive costume, the men
are wearing white shirts embla
zoned whh purple lettering across
the back, carrying the lodge Jn
siimia and also the words "seconi
week in Aupust, Oonkcd River
Roundup, at Prineville."
Their co-iumes are nmpleted
with white straw cowboy hats and
blue ienns. Among those who ar
artendinfr th convention from this
Citv are Mr. and Mrs. James Gar
Ttt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Close,
"harlo Murtin. Grady Turner.
r.roivo Wulf. Han Tavlor, Mr end
Mrs. Mike Miksch Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mac Reynolds, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Helms.
The proup expects to return to
Prineville Sunday, June 5.
Article Carries
Classified Data
Force is investigating how a Japa
nese mngazine obtained and pub
lished details of this country's fast
est operational fighter plane.
American Aviation magnzlne
said publication of detailed draw
ings of the F100 Super Sabre by
Airevlew, the Japanese mngazine,
was the "second disclosure" ot
U.S. classified data by that publi
cation. Air Force sources disclosed the
investigation after American Avia
tion also published the drawings.
It said they "recently appeared for
all to see" in Aireview.
The U.S. publication masked cer
tain details which it said were mil
itary secrets when it published the
pictures. But, the Air Force said
the drawings probably already are
being examined by the Commu
nists. Dr. K.H. Oakley
Eye specialist of Bend, Ore-
Ron, will not practice Salur-
day until after Labor Day.
This will not Inronvlence
parents of school children.
KvenliiK appointments ran
be. arranged for any patient
unable to come In during
regular office 'hours. .
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$4 45 OT.
Adults 80c Kid 20c