Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 09, 1949, Page 9, Image 7

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    Three-Way Bible Yemenite Jewish refugees en route to
Israel read the Bible in Hashid Camp near Aden, British
colony. Each lits in the position in which he learned to read
due to the scarcity of Bibles. Some can only read type upside
down while others have to read sideways.
Walsh Scores Drainage Units
- I I
r or jeopardizing Lives
Portland, Ore., Apr. 8 (u.n Almost half of the 58 drainage and
drinking districts along the lower Columbia river have "failed to
cooperate" with the U. S. army engineers' flood control program
despite last year's disastrous floods and the possibility of high
water this spring, Col. O. E. Walsh charged today.
Walsh said this "dereliction
Jeopardiied hundreds of lives.
Walsh, Portland district engi
neer, said his office sent two
notices early this year to super
visors of the districts, pointing
out their obligations for proper
maintenance and operation to
make the districts as safe from
flooding as practicable.
"Half of the districts Tailed to
acknowledge the notices," Walsh
said.
The army engineers' charges
followed closely after Col. Eck
ley S. Ellison, U. S. water bu
reau director in Portland, fore
cast that a 22 to 23 foot water
peak in the Columbia would hit
the Portland and Vancouver har
bors in June. This peak would
be six feet below last spring's
damaging flood crest which
crashed through a Columbia
slough dike and destroyed Van
port City on Memorial day, 1948.
None of the experts, however,
were willing to make a definite
forecast on the basis of current
weather developments. The
weather bureau said a spring
flood threat in the Columbia had
diminished. But the corps of
engineers hedged a prediction.
Col. Walsh said his letters to
the drainage and diking dis-
tric asked for a "statement of
work done in compliance with
obligations as required by the
federal laws authorizing the
various drainage projects."
West Salem
School News
By ANN GALLASPY
National Assemblies present
ed Rolland VanCavel, a famous
Dutch humorist, at the West Sa
lem gym, Wednesday, April 6,
at 1 p.m. for both the elemen
tary and Junior high students.
VanCavel gave 'an amusing
demonstration story of the his
tory of Holland.
The all-star basketball game
was played Monday, April 4,
with the teams comprised of the
best nine players in both the
eighth and ninth grades. The
ninth grade team won with
score of 25-21. The losing
eighth grade team furnished
cake and Ice cream to the ninth
grade team. The members of
the ninth grade team were:
Foedisch, Jaquith, Carter, Nel
son, Reinwald, Wendt, DeWhitt
and Simonton. The eighth grade
team Included: Curtis, demons,
Flesher, 'Burk, Pentzer, Sohn,
Bayer and Davis.
The eighth and ninth .grade
girls' health classes, taught by
Mrs. Lillian Todd, have been
taking a Red Cross junior first
aid course. After completing
the unit the girls were given
tests and those with passing
grades were each awarded a
small card signifying that they
had passed the test. The ninth
graders that passed the test
were: Dixie Averitte, Janice
Bevens, Marge Colvln, Glenda
Fox, Angela Hartman, Marcie
Helton, Christy Jacobson, Shir
ley Loewen, Maycle McKinney,
Pat Moriarty, Jeanne Nordone,
Sharon Phillips, Norma Reagle,
Anne Ritchey, Kathern Singer,
Ardis Swauthwont. ThOf from
the eighth grade were, Phyllis
Erickson, Ann Gallaspy, Nancy
Rust, Joan Etter, Betty Beck
man, Barbara Culbertson, Diane
Huntly, Joan Juul, Louise Ow
ens, Kay Stoddard and Shirley
Wayt,
$30,000 Appropriated
For Housing Surveys
The house passed and lent
to the governor Friday bill
appropriating $30,000 to help
local housing authorities, eitles
and counties make lfcuaing
surveys.
i These surveys must be made
fin order to get federal aid.
Aurora Churches to
Observe Palm Sunday
Aurora Christ Lutheran
church of Aurora which has
been holding weekly Lenten
services on Wednesday evenings,
presented the motipn picture
"Messenger of Peace" Friday
night.
Confirmation will be admin
istered to seven adults and three
children, and one adult will be
baptized Sunday at 11 o'clock
The congregation will attend
holy communion.
Services will, be held on
Good Friday, April 15, at 10:30
a.m. and that night at 8 o'clock
the choir will present the canta-
ta "The Seven Last Words of
Jesus Christ From the Cross."
At Barlow, the subject of Rev.
Paul N. Roth's sermon on Palm
Sunday in Calvary Mennonite
church will be "A New King of
Kings." Evening services will be
in charge of the youth fellow
ship. The pastor will talk bnef-
At Canby, in the Evangelical
United Brethren church, Palm
Sunday worship " service will
feature "Cross or Crown," with
Rev. R. D. Bennett in charge.
"The Evangel Hour" at 7:45 will
present Dr Delbert R. Rose,
dean of the Western School of
Evangelical Religion, Jennings
Lodge, as guest speaker. Rev.
Frank Haskins will lead the
song service. Special music will
be presented by the senior or
chestra.
Lost Treasure
Hunt Thriller
"The Walking Hills," Colum-
bia's dramatic story of nine men
and a woman who hunt a fabu-1
lous desert treasure, is coming
to the Grand Theater.
Randolph Scott and Ella Rai
nes are co-starred, with William
Bishop, Edgar Buchanan, Ar
thur Kennedy, John Ireland
Jerome Courtland and Josh
White, the folk and blues sing
er, in the principal supporting
roles.
Scott, famous for his charac
terizations of hard-bitten West
erners as in "Gunfighters" and
"Coroner Creek," gives another
of these portrayals, it is re
ported, but in an entirely new
type of story for him. Miss
Raines, last seen in "The Sen
ator Was Indiscreet," a com
edy, plays a cowgirl rodeo per
former who joins up with a
motley band of treasure-hunters,
including Scott, seeking $5,000,
000 in gold supposedly lost 100
years ago in the awesome sand
ounes called the Walking Hills
located north of the Mexican
border.
Draftees Must
Keep in Touch
With the approach of the sum
mer months there is always a
number of student-tourists off
for tours outside .the United
States and for those of drafi
age in Oregon, Maj. Gen. Tho
mas E. Rilea, state director of
selective service is sending out
the reminder that the selective
service law requires these
young men to keep their local
boards informed of their where
abouts up to the date that they
become 26 years of age.
"Departure from the country
does not relieve them of these
obligations." Rilea states, "even
though selective service is not
at present inducting men."
To comply with the law stu
dent-tourists are advised before
departing to report their date of
departure, approximate itiner
ary and date of expected return
to their local draft board. This
may be done by mail as there
is no printed form fr their use
Within five days after his re
turn the young man should re
port to his local board (by mail
if more convenient), giving his
old address (where he may be
reached by mail) or in case it
has been changed his new ad-1
dress, f I
Any young man becoming 18
years of age during his tour, ac
cording to the law, may regis
ter at a convenient local board
office within five days of the
date of his return to this coun
try. It is not necessary that he
return to his home to register.
Sailor's Funeral at
St. Vincent de Paul
Funeral services were held at
St. Vincent's de Paul Catholic
church Thursday morning for
Seaman 1c Norvel James Em
mons, Salem man who was
killed at Okinawa July 22,
1945.
The navy man, who was born
June 19, 1926, at Lemmon, S.D.,
came to Salem to make his home
in 1941 and was a Salem high
school graduate. He entered the
navy in 1944, and had been in
the Pacific about a year at the Glenn McCormick.
time of his death. I Downtown decorations
P4 I 1 I Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, Saturday, April 9, 1949 9
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Committees
Imick, chairman, Daryl MyersWorld War I, After that serv
jand Sid Reaney, ice he returned to Oregon, and
Finance: William McKinney, has been with the gas and coke
chairman, and Mrs. Asnes I company the last 30 years.
Announeement of the mmit- Schuekimr. . He is now in New York for
tee for the 1949 Cherryland; Advertising: Bob Fischer
conference.
Festival, set for June 30. July chairman Robert E. Covert mil ! r.rrr : :
1 and 2, was made at the Fri- Ed Randall. i
Gueffroy Related
day luncheon meeting of the
Cherryland Festival board
The committees as announced
are:
Grand parade: Ken Perrv. T f I l "J ,
chairman, Fred Starrett, Agnes 1 0 3316111 KeSldeilTS
Schucking and Don Madison. :
Children's parade: Herbert! Charles H. Gueffroy of Port
E. Barker, chairman, and Bob land, whose election as presi
Fischer. dent of Portland Gas & Coke
Coronation: Daryl Myers, ! company, was announced on
chairman, Mrs. Arthur Weddle Thursday, has brothers and a
and Sid Reaney. sister in Salem.
Style show: Dave Holtzman, The brothers are A. A. Guef
chairman, and Mrs. Wayne froy and Dr. H. A. Gueffroy.
Doughton. land a sister is Mrs. Fred Gahls-
Armstrong show: Paul Arm- dorf.
strong, chairman, and Mrs. I Other brothers are George of
Madison, S. D : Walter of Yank
Mai ton, S. D.: and Edward of Char-
Surviving are the parents, IRudd, chairman and Irwin We- les City, Iowa. Another sister
del. . is Mrs. Krug of Berkeley, Cal.
Horse show: Graham Shar- The new head of the Port
key, chairman, and Herbert E.;land utility is the youngest son
Barker. lot the family. He attended grade
Drill team contest: Ravjschool in Salem, and then went
Mr. and Mrs. Norvel V. Em
mons of Salem; two sisters,
Kathleen and Beverly Emmons,
both of Salem: two brothers, Jo
seph B. and. Donald Emmons of
Salem: and his grandmother,
Mrs. Florence Emmons of Seattle.
Moore, chairman, and William
C. Dyer.
Dances: Mrs. Glenn McCor-
1o Nebraska with his parents.
He served on the Mexican bor
der in 1916 and is a veteran of
The ministry of music is a spirit
ually invigorating part of wor
ship in this church.
PAI.M SUNDAY SERVICES
Morning Worship. 10:55 am.
"THIS BLESSED WEEK''
Sermon by the Pastor
Music Night Program, 7:30 pjn.
Featuring Mr. Ralph Dommj,
pianist.
rtinrrh School, : aJ.
First Presbyterian
Church
Oh.nMk.tt WtnUf
OMjur w. SteaMla
John L. Ooo4nrtiM
juuuut PuMr
Vlrslnis Wsrd SUlrt
Uuul. Ptltetor
Lebanon Drops Plans
For Lodge Banquet
Lebanon Because the IOOF
hall may be under process of
dismantling by April 12, the
date set for the official visit
of Christine Smith, president of
the Rebekah Assembly of Ore
gon, plans for the banquet to
precede the meeting have been
given up.
Instead there will be a din
ner served at the coffee shop
at - 7 o'clock. Following the
meeting which will be held In
the city hall auditorium, light
refreshments will be served.
Lola Anderson, Jennie South
ard, Amanda Gwanthey and
Edith Rucker were elected as
delegate! to the Rebekah as
sembly which will be held at
Coos Bay in May.
Approximately 27,000 pounds
of aluminum go into the mak
ing of a B-29.
f r . J
GARDNER
Revivalists
Preaching that is
Inspiring
Challenging-
Dynamic
Heart Searching
Prayer for the sick
Music
Solovox duets by 10 year old
Gary and Mother
SUNDAY
9:45 Sunday School.
11:00 Morning Worship
7:45 Evangelistic Rally. Ser
mon, "God's Last Call."
Choir and orchestra.
SAT. Program over K-S-L-M
6:15 P.M.
Evangelistic
Tabernacle
Assembly of God
13th & Ferry Sts.
ALL ARE WELCOME
"CHRIST
IS RISEN
TODAY"
A PROGRAM
HONORING THE
RESURRECTION
Narration by
Dave Hoss
Reverently presented by
7:30 to 8:00 a.m.
SUNDAY
RADIO KSLM SALEM
1390 K. C.
CORONATION
Regal processions have moved down the avenues of time. Kings
have bowed their heads to receive the crown of the realm.
But never rode a king as this King rode . . . meek and sitting upon
an ass, and a colt the foal of an ass.
Nor ever wore a king the crown this King wore . . . surely He hath
borne our griefs and carried our sorrows.
On one day men lined His path with palm branches, and spread
their garments in the way. On another, they pierced His limbs with
nails, and cast lots for His robe.
But today men see Him through eyes He opened, and worship
Him with hearts He won.
Never lived a king as this King lives! Nor ever lived a people morf
blessed than those whose lives He rules!
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This Strict of Adt It Btinf Publithtd Each Week Under the Auipleet of the American Bible Society and the Salem Ministerial Association, and It
ein Sponsored by tht Following Individual! and Butinesi Establishment!:
CAPITAL DRUG STORE
Prescriptions, Drugs, Sundries
R. L. ELFSTROM CO.
Furniture and Paint
ROBERTS BROS.
Department Store
Bishop's
Men'i & Boys' Clothlni
Boring Optical
Comolet Optical Service
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.