Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 19, 1949, Page 15, Image 15

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NO MONEY WORRIES
Shirley Temple to Reach
21st Birthday Saturday
By BOB THOMAS
Hollywood. April 13 W When Shirley Temple reaches 21 this
Saturday, ihe tarts receiving tome of her childhood wealth, in
cluding $11,000 he won tor proving (he wasn't a midget.
She earned
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1000 Miles to Return Home Love for his master brought
'Jeep,' a mongrel Spitx, over a thousand miles in search of
the Hall family. Lost when he disappeared In Kentucky a
year-and-a-half ago when the Hall family stopped there on
their way to California for a visit, Jeep returned home,
footsore, weary and halt starved, all the way to Waltham,
Mass. Here he is at home with Priscilla Hall, 13. (Acme
Telephoto)
German Conditions
Related for Club
Roberts Members of the
Home Economics club were en
tertained at the home of Mrs.
Lee U. Eyerly with Mrs. Charles
Fulton assisting hostesses. A
dessert luncheon was served
preceding the business session.
There were $4.47 received
from the traveling basket,
which was started at the last
meeting and will continue to
travel until It has reached the
homes of each member. Mrs.
George Crockett, Mrs. Deryl
Currie, Mrs. Harry Eyerly and
Mrs. Clyde Wodaege were
guests at the meeting.
Mrs. Woodaege, whose former
home was in Germany, told of
the economics conditions in Ger
many, their school systems,
styles in dresses, their long wed
ding ceremonies and told inter
esting incidents that happened
on her plane trip from 'Frank
fort to Portland, Ore., where
she met her fiance to be mar
ried. They are living In the
house that Lee U. Eyerly bought
from Mrs. Alice Coolldge a few
years ago.
Mrs. Frank Sollenberger was
appointed chairman of the cof
fee committee for grange night
the $11,000 in
her early years
a child star
after an English
paper headlined
the oft-h e a r d
rumor that she
was a midget.
"Not only
that," Shirley
stated, "but
they also said I
was 30 years old
and the mother
Imagine!
'Since this was bad publicity
in my early start in pictures, we
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Shirley Temple -
ot a child.
LEGAL
sued. The English paper sent
i a reporter all the way over here
I to check on me. The little man
followed me around for about
a week until he finally decided
I wasn't a midget. We won the
suit, but I wasn't to get the
money until I came of age. I
think now I'll leave it over there
and spend it on a trip abroad
some day."
Of course, the 11 gees is but
a drop in a golden bucket com
pared to the other money stored
up in trust funds for Shirley.
Sounding her out, I guessed the
sum was over a million.
I don't think so," she answer
ed coyjy. "You see, a lot of
the money I made was put in
a trust fund by Fox Studio.
When I broke my contract be
cause I didn't want to work
there anymore, it was paid off
in a lump sum, taxable at 92
cents oh the dollar. That was
when my father almost had a
nervous breakdown."
Mr. Temple then took over
complete control of Shirley's
finances. As it stands now, she
has a series of trust funds that
mature every few years "until
death."
She'll never have money worries.
She and husband John Agar
have been working regularly in
films for sizable salaries. And
they don't live high.
"I'm the tightest person 1
know," she confessed. She told
of the indignant letters she got
as a newlywed when she was
quoted as budgeting her month
ly food bill st $12. She has
since upped it to a more realistic
figure.
Shirley is now starring in the
Seabiscuit Mm, "Always To
gether." She expects to spend
her 21st birthday as she has
most of the others working.
Sell, rent, buy or trade
NOTICE Or IHTlNTIOr TO IMPROVE
LKE STREET FROK THIRTEENTH
STREET TO FOURTEENTH STREET.
Notice hereby La a ven that the com
mon council of the city of Salem. Ore.
OD, deem It neceaaer and expedient
and hereby declare lu purpose and In
tention to Improve Lee etreet from the
eut line of Thirteenth atrcet to the
weet line of Fourteenth etreet. In the
City of Salem. Marlon County. Orecon.
at the expense of the abuttlm and ad-
lacent property, by brlnrlni aald por
tion of eak' etreet to the eatabllahrd
xrade. eonatructinc cement concrete
curba, and pavlna aald portion ot aald
street with a a'.e-lnch uphaltlo concrete
pavement thirty feet wide In accordance
arlth the plena and specification there
for which were adopted by the common
council April 11. lotft. which arc now on
file In the office of the city recorder
and which by thla reference thereto are
made a part hereof.
The common council hereby declare
ita purpose and Intention to make the
above described Improvement by and
through the atreet Improvement depart
ment. By Order of the Common Council
April 11, lltl.
ALFRED MUNDT.
City Recorder.
Data of flrat publication hereof la
April 13, 1940.
Capital Journal. April II. 14, II, II.
IS. 19. 20. 31, 33. 23. 33th.
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Capital Journal, Salem, Ore, Tuesday, April 19, lHt-U
through Capital Journal Cl a i ri
fled ads.
LEGAL
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO IMPROVE
SUNRISE AVENUE FROM CANDALAH1A
BOULEVARD TO BOICE STREET.
Notice hereby U c1ven that the com
mon council of the cliy of Salem, Ore
ion, deem.! It necessary and expedient
and hereby declare! lu pur pom and In
tention to Improve Sunrise avenue from
the north line of Candalarla Boulerard
to the south Una of Botes atreet. in the
City of Salem, Marlon County, Oreaon
ai me expense 01 tne aouttlnc and ad
jacent property, by brinilnt said por
tion at said street to the established
"-' const r tie tint cement concrete
curba, and wring aald peTtiaet f eaat
street with a Ifc-lnch aspbaJUe iiairili
pavement thirty feat vide la aneXaim
with plat and specification Umafar
which were adopted by the eoauncei mud
ell April U, 1949, which art bow ee. ilk.
tn the office of the city recorder aad
which by this reference thereto art m
a part hereof.
The common council hereby 4m1um
Its purpose and intention l maJu tha
above described Improvement by and
thrown the street Unprovemeat depart
ment. By Order f the Ooomoai Hi Mi all
April 11. IH9.
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April II. l4t.
Capital Journal. April It, 14. II. M.
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