The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, February 15, 1962, Page 12, Image 12

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OUR BOARDING HOUSE
with MAJOR HOOPLE
Stockholders
session due
Special to Tht Bulletin
REDMOND Annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Federal
Land Bank Association of Central
Oregon will be held Monday, Feb
ruary 19, at 11:30 a.m. in Milton's
Banquet room, reports manager
Robert McCormick.
Dinner will be served at noon,
followed by the business session
with Clarence Potampa of Mad
ras, president, in charge.
Highlight of the meeting will be
the election of two directors,
terms of Jack Shumway, Powell
Butte, and Charles Bclshaw, ML
Vernon, having expired. Other di
rectors are Clarence Potampa,
Madras; Walter Cooley, Dia
mond: Pete Hohnstein, Alfalfa;
Lee Goodrich, Cloverdale, and
Louis Olson, Madras. McCormick
will make his annual report and
outline the year's work.
The Federal Land Bank Assoc
iation makes and services long
term first mortgage real estate
loans from the Federal Land Bank
of Spokane to residents of Grant,
Harney, Jefferson, Crook and Des
chutes Counties and the southern
portion of Wheeler County.
JFK PRAISES NAB
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi
dent Kennedy has praised the
National Association of Broadcast
ers (NAB) for promoting better
understanding of the employment
capabilities of the handicapped.
Kennedy presented the Distin
guished Service Award of the
President's Committee on Em
ployment of the Handicapped to
NAB President Leroy Collins.
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Reorganization
report is given
at school board
Special te Th Bulletin
PRINEVILLE - The progress
of the Crook county school reor
ganization program was reported
this week by Cecil Sly, county
school superintendent, to mem
bers of the school board.
The re-organization involves the
portion of the Powell Butte area
which had been included in the
Redmond Union High School dis
trict for a number of years, due
to the attendance of some Powell
Butte young people at the Red
mond high school.
The school board was notified
that the county school office had
just learned from the State De
partment of Education that a sec
ond vote by residents of Powell
Butte on the subject of school at
tendance will not be necessary. It
had been thought at the time of
the recent vote, that the earlier
ballot was a "straw vote," to be
followed by an official balloting.
Sly stated that the next step in
the re-organization will be the dis
cussion and approval of the new
boundary of the Redmond Union
High School district, eliminating
the Powell Butte area of Crook
county. After this move, the as
sessors of both counties will
change their tax rolls to fit the
new school district picture, and
the re-organization will have been
completed.
The possibility was expressed
that this will be done some time
this month.
In the recent balloting at Powell
Butte, a large majority of the res
idents favored the attendance of
all school children of that area at
Crook county schools. About 25
high school students will be af
fected in the change of schools,
it was estimated.
Ag car due here
on February 26
The Agricultural Improvement
Car of the Union Pacific Railroad
will.be at Bend February 26, fea
turing this year a report on con
tributions made by land-grant col
leges of the nation, including Ore
gon State University.
The Agricultural Improvement
Car will make one-day stops at
more than 20 Oregon cities served
by U.P. Various demonstrations
and discussions are planned to
portray new agricultural develop
ments and career opportunities
for young people in agriculture.
SPY SOBELL APPEALS
NEW YORK (UPI) Convicted
spy Morton Sobell, serving a 30
year sentence for espionage, today
sought freedom or a new trial. '
Through his attorneys, Sobell
contended he should not have re
ceived a wartime sentence be
cause there was no war at the
time of his sentence.
Sobell was convicted in 1951
with Julius and Ethel Rosenberg,
who were executed in 1953. Fed
eral Judge John F. X. McGoey
reserved decision.
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CARNIVAL
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"I know he's supposed to smile as he bites into tha
product, but on our budget we can't afford an actor
that good!"
Sparkman sees
cooperation in
probe of Powers
WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen.
John J. Sparkman, D-Ala., said
today he hoped that two Senate
committees could work together
if members decide they want to
question U2 pilot Francis Gary
Powers.
Sparkman is acting chairman
of the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, which has been as
sured a full report on what gov
ernment agents learn from the
recently released Powers about
his ill-fated flight over Russia.
Confers With Russell
Sparkman told a reporter he
had conferred with Chairman
Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., of the
Senate Armed Services Commit
tee, which also is interested in
Powers. He said he hoped any
further inquiry could be worked
out jointly with Russell's group
to avoid a rash of congressional
hearings on the case.
President Kennedy told his
news conference Wednesday that
congressional committees would
be given full .(formation on what
the government learns from Pow
ers and that the flier would be
available to testify in person if
any committee wanted him.
Up To Committees
After Kennedy's statement.
both Russell and Sparkman said
they would leave the question of
calling Powers up to their com
mittees.
Neither Senate committee has
indicated any intention of ques
tioning Powers in person. Many
members feel nothing would be
gained that could not be learned
from briefings by the Central In
telligence Agents and other gov
ernment officials.
But some members have said
the U2 pilot should be called if
the official briefings do not pro
vide all Hie information Congress
wants.
BAN ON TATTOOING
LANSAING, Mich. (UPI) State
Sen. Charles Blondy, who has a
tattoo of Pocahontas on his arm.
introduced and then got the Sen
ate to pass a bill outlawing tat
tooing of minors in Michigan
Wednesday.
The Detroit Democrat said he
introduced the measure "to pre
vent children from being marked
for life." Blondy said he had a
tattoo of Pocahontas on his arm
which "has been a source of con
stant embarrassment to mo for
36 years."
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Standard School Broadcast conductor Carmen
Dragon rehearses the symphony orchestra at
Capitol Records studios in Hollywood. After re
hearsal, the music is taped for later presentation
on the 1962 series titled "MUSIC Passport to
the World" on the air from October to May.
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1 children die
is fire
KANKAKEE, Ml. (LTD Seven
children, ranging in age from 1
to 12, burned to death when fire
swept a rural home near here
late Wednesday night
Authorities said tlie fire de
stroyed the house belonging to
the mother of six of the children,
Mrs. Gwendolyn Mallory, about
40. She was visiting the home of
a friend about a mile away when
the fire broke out, police saii
The father is deceased.
The five-room frame house was
located in St. Anne Woods, about
15 miles east of Kankakee, near
the Illinois-Indiana border.
The victims, whose bodies were
found in the rubble of tlie homo
burned almost beyond recogni
tion, were identified as Michael
Mallory, 12: and his brothers,
Harold, 8: Bruce, 7; Claude, 5;
Robert, 2: Mark, l'i; and Bar
bara Ewing, 3. The girl was
being cared for by Mrs. Mallory
wliiie her mother was in Central
Hospital at Clifton, 111.
Police said the father, Robert
Mallory, was killed last year in
Chicago when tlie top floor of a
building that was being wrecked
collapsed, plunging him into the
basement. He was a laborer for
the wrecking company.
Police said the house w;is
"probably not much more than a
shack" and was located in a
poor, unincorporated area in tlie
woods.
Authorities believed defectiv a
wiring caused the fire.
Temperatures
Temperatures during the If
hours ending at 4 a.m. PST today.
High Low Pi-ecip.
Bond SO 32
Astoria 54 45 .07
Baker 45 31 -
Brookings 57 50 .23
Klamath Falls 43 33 .04
Medford 53 43 .01
Newport 56 44 .14
North Bend 56 46 .09
Pendleton 57 41 T
Portland 57 42 .03
Redmond 51 40 .01
Salem 57 44 .03
The Dalles 57 40
Chicago 38 31
Los Angeles 60 54
New York 40 31 .86
San Fran. 59 54 1.69
Washington 49 33