Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, May 27, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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Picking Wirt Announced
When the active cherry picking
season start! about June 10 a
Picking wage of 2 4 cents a
pound will prevail all over the
state, according to an agreement
announced Thursday by W. E.
Kimsey, state labor commission
er. The crop is estimated to be
23 percent above average and
40 percent above last year's
Dakc Rite Saturday Funeral
services for Mrs. Fenn M. Dake
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Turner, Salem, will be held lr
Portland at 10:30 o'clock Satur
day morning with burial in
Riverview cemetery. She died
Portland Thursday. Besideslspeaker for the alumni dinner to
her parents and husband, Al
fred L. Dake, she is survived
by a son, daughter and sister.
Lions Will Gather Seven
Lions club in this district will
be represented at a district zone
meeting to be held in Stayton
next Tuesday. The meeting is
set for 6:30 o'clock. Standard
Time, at the Bon Ton. Junior
Eckley, West Salem, -is zone
chairman. Clubs to be repre
sented at West Salem, Salem.
Hollywood, Silverton, Aurora,
Mill City and Stayton.
Geologists at Coast The
Geological Society of the Ore
gon Country will hold a field
trip in the Newport area Sun
day and Monday with Parks
Snavely, of the U. S. geologi
cal survey, leading the group
He recently mapped and assisted
in the preparation of papers on
the geology of the Newport area.
The visitors will meet at Weav
er's agate shop near Neotsu at
11 o'clock Sunday and then pro
ceed to Newport for the two
day meeting.
Dinner Date Changed Be
cause of the illness of Dr. Gates.
conference superintendent, the
covered dish dinner and quar
terly conference scheduled at
the Labish Center church this
Sunday has been postponed, ac
cording to Rev. V. A. Zornes,
Dayton Sets Buckeroo The
third annual Buckeroo sponsor
ed by the Dayton Pioneers as
sociation will be held July 23
and 24 and will feature a rodeo
and parade both days. Officers
of the association are Les
Leath, president; S. J.
vice president and H. W.
Diplomas Given Class Gra
duation exercises were held at
the Hayesville school with Rev.
C. E. Brickwedel, pastor of the
Halburt Memorial Baptist
church, speaking and diplomas
presented by Everett Brown.
The class was one of the small
est in recent years. Mrs. C.
Cooper played the processional
with welcome by, Janice Sid
dall; class history by Allen Reit-
eenstein; class will by Shirley
File; class poem by Ethel Bisbi-
cos; class prophecy by Betty Za
hara; vocal duet, Wilma Karsten
and Joanne Zielinski; presenta
tion of speaker by Jerry Toresdal
and prayer by Joe Benner.
Baccalaureate Slated Rev
Gilbert Carey, pastor of the Tur
ner Christian church, will give
the baccalaureate sermon to
members of the high school sen
lor class at the Assembly of
God church Sunday night at 8
o'clock. Rev. Ethel Gutkunst
will give the benediction. Tur
ner high school is graduating 18
students this spring.
Police Picnic An announce
ment from Police Chief Clyde
A. Warren Friday set Sunday,
June 12, as the date for a fam
ily picnic for members of the
Salem force. The picnic for of
ficers, wives and members of
their family, will be held at Ol
inger park at 14th and A streets
trom 6 to 10 p.m. on the June
" date.
Mr. Chipp Champion Cham
pion Willett's Mr. Chips, black
American cocker, won the
ward of the "best in the show'
luring the recent Canadian In
ternational Kennel club dog
ihow held at Vancouver, B.C
jn Queen's day. This makes
'Mr. Chips" a Canadian cham
aion as well as in his own right
his side of the boarder. Owners
re Mr. and Mrs. Harry Willett
f Salem.
Youngster Injured Curiosity
lot the best of Eddie Withrow.
ige five, when he turned on an
lectric mixer Thursday and
aught his fingers in the ma
chinery, damaging three of the
ligits. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Vic Withrow, 4090 Beck
The Capital Journal Wrlrnmes
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KOOK Tn Mr. and Mn Krivmnnri
too. 3630, .1 the Otntril
itopltil. bor. May 17.
MASON To Mr. and Mr Dar'l Ma.
inn. 3330 Map!., at lti Salem Otneri:
loaplltl, o bor. Mar 37.
abcy To Mr, and Mr Clorea Ao.r.
(arton, at th. Saltta O.iwrai boapitol,
I bor. Mar il.
njCHS To Mr
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and Mra .tarob Fitrha
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I bor Mar 17.
9 fairs- -To Mr Ind Mra Clair, r-tr.,
' Mn'm ar 1 Hi o-A. a tn. Sal.ts on
iral aoapitftl, or. Mar at.
Dak Rites Saturday Funer
al services are to be held in
Portland Saturday morning at
10:30 o'clock at the Miller and
Tacey Funeral home for Mrs. A
L. Dake, former Salem resident
who died at a Portland hospital
Thursday following a short ill
ness. Mrs. Dake, who had been
a Salem resident all her life un
til moving to Portland 10 years
ago, is survived by her husband
Alfred Dake, a daughter, Ruth
Dake, and a son, Glen Dake, all;
of Portland.
Baccalaureate Sermon Rev.
Charles B. Harrison, a Willam
ette university graduate, and
now a re s i d e n t of Columbus,
Ohio, will preach the baccalau
reate sermon for members of
the graduating class of the uni
versity, Sunday, June 5 at 3 p.m.
at the First Methodist church.
Rev. Harrison will be featured
be held at Lausanne hall for
members of the graduating class
and returning alumni
Trip to Coast About 30
girls in the Ann Guthrie chap
ter of Tri-Y will go to the coast
Saturday for an all-day excur
sion at Oceanlake. Mrs. Gus Po
lales is chaperon for the group.
Bill Kikahiko is to be the water
safety guard with the group.
Road Worker Hurt H. D.
King, Vancouver, was hospital
ized here with severe bruises
and a cut hand after he fell
nearly 40 feet while working on
the highway near Detroit. The
tumble was caused by a cave
in of a bank. It was found that
he had escaped serious internal
Leave Salem Memorial Dis
missed from the Salem Memor
ial hospital with recently born
infants are Mrs. Thad Looney
and daughter, Jefferson, Rt 1.
Mrs. Cecil Young and daughter,
2395 Cherry; Mrs. Henry Clude
Morehead and son, Lafayette,
and Mrs. Ray Langford and son.
Aurora Rt. 1.
SAR Elects Oregonian Wal
ler s. Bear o Portland was
elected a vice president general
of the National society. Sons of
the American Revolution, in the
national convention at Jackson
ville, Fla., last week. John W.
Finger of New York City was
elected president-general, suc
ceeding Judge Ben H. Powell
III of Austin, Texas.
Club Plans Tour A tour of
the immediate vicinity was
planned for June 27 when the
Middle Grove 4-H Progressive
Swine club met this week at the
home of Eddie Page.
Rebuilt Ford, Chev. & Ply
mouth motors. Reasonable
prices. Reimann Motor Co., 3250
Portland Rd. Ph. 37110. 126
Joe West at the SALEM SUP
PER CLUB wants to be sure
that everyone knows that he has
a famous, new Italian chef, Nick
Marino, from New York. Don't
miss his pizza pies, veal scalap
pine, and other specialty Italian
dishes. 126
Card of Thanks
The family of Charles E.
Brown deeply appreciate the
floral offerings and kindness
shown to them by their many
friends and neighbors.
Mrs. Stanley Klimczak
Mr. Charles W. Brown
. Best shatterproof auto glass
installed. Floor Sanders for rent.
R. D. Woodrow's, 450 Center St.
. Special on dry plainer ends
and block wood. Highway Fuel.
Dr. L. B. Warnicker Dentist
is now associated with the Dr
Painless Parker office. 125 N
Liberty St., Salem. Ph. 38825
SPECIAL; We have a good
supply of young hen turkeys,
35c lb. C. S. Orwig Co., 4375
Silverton road. Ph. 26128. 127
Closing out bedding plants.
Zinnias, asters, salvia, mari
golds, petunias, 35c doz. Gerani
ums 15c each. A. Plant at Line
merry Mkt., 155 N. Com'l. 126
$30 trade-in allowance for
your old ice box or refrigerator
on a Zenith Deluxe Refrigerator
at Wallace Hardware, 2056 N.
Capitol, or West Salem Hard
ware, 1111 Edgpwater St. 128
. Brownie's open till 1 a m. Sat
and Sundava to 8:30 p.m. Capi
tol & Market 127
Let us put your house on a
good foundation. Special rates
for June. We have 26 yrs. exp
in building, painting, concrete
work. Phone 33292. Free esti
mates. 134
Gilmnrr's Upstairs Dress
Shop. Suits, coals and dresses.
Regular and half sizes. 439
Court St. 126
Rummage Sale Cut flowers:
peonies, Fri., Sat. 988 S. Liber
ty. First Cong, project group
Phone 22406 before 6 p.m. It
you miss your Capital Journal.
Federally Insured Savings
Current dividend 14 Sre
FIRST Federal Savings FIRST
142 S. Liberty. PL 1-4944.
Lf. Col. Knapp
Here lor Visit
On duty in the Pacific with
the army for the past 28 months,
Lt. Col. Ernest C. Knapp, with
his wife and daughter, Carol,
last week returned to Salem for
a short stay before leaving for
his new post of duty with the
harbor defense at Boston, with
his station Fort Banks, Mass.
The colonel, who has been
the headquarters of Marianas-
Bonins command during the
time that he was in the Pacific,
was stationed in Manila, the
Philippines and Guam. He left
Manila for Guam July 1, 1947.
On the return trip to the states,
which took them to Manila, Oki
nawa and finally Yokohama, he
again got to see Manila.
That city, the colonel noted
had made a definite change since
he left there and had been built
up considerably. In Yokohama
the Knapps had about a week's
stop, changing ships there. Dur
ing that time they had an oppor
tunity to visit that part of Ja
pan. The ship bringing the trio
back to the United States dock
ed in San Francisco.
Formerly connected with the
Oregon state printing depart
ment here, Col. Knapp left Sa
lem in September, 1940, with
the Oregon National Guard as a
member of the 249th coast artil
lery when it was called to fed
eral service. He now is with the
regular army. The Knapps, now
staying at their home on the
Wallace road where they have
an orchard, plan to leave here
for Massachusetts July 10.
WU Seniors Give
Books to Libraries
Willamette university seniors
have decided to leave a "living
memorial" as their class gift at
the conclusion of their four years
on the campus. John Christen-
sen, project chairman, reports
that 1h place will tnnni nil tovt
honks that cannot hp nlH In th!"
book store because they will not
be in use at Willamette next
fall. The volumes will be trans
ported to San Francisco free of
charge by the Bekins' company
and from that port will be dis
tributed to many parts of the
world. The seniors will pay the
shipping expenses out of San
The drive is a part of a plan
to restock the libraries of those
countries that were overrun dur
ing the war years. It is under
stood UNESCO is interested in
the project.
Mrs. Norton Home Mrs. Har
old Norton, Rt. 6, Box 342-G
and infant daughter have been
dismissed from the Salem Gen
eral hospital.
Eola Acres Florist. Ph. 3-5730.
Furniture Refinishing Plant
of Lee Bros. Phone No. is now
27001. We repair and remodel.
Launderette, 1255 Ferry. 127
All unfinished furniture 20
off (except those run at sale
prices). Woodrows, 450 Center.
Clearance sale of
batteries. Woodrow's.
tires and
Don't be satisfied with any
thing but the best in Venetian
blinds. See them at Reinholdt &
Lewis or ask their salesman to
call and give you free estimates.
Ph. 2-3639. 126
Drastically reduced spring
coats $8.00. Lullaby Baby Shop.
Open evenings. 126
Now is the time. Place your
order for the coming season's
canned fruits and vegetables.
Ph. 38487. Aufranc's Custom
Cannery. , 126
Air-steamship tickets, Kugcl
735 North -Capitol. Ph. 3-7694.
Men's suits, shoes,
Winter, Friday.
141 S.
General Yard Work. Ph. 33447
Closing out all bedding plants,
zinnias, asters, salvia, petunias,
marigolds, 35c dozen. Gerani
ums 15c each. Tomato plants by
hundred or thousand. Arthur
Plants Greenhouses, 1298 S
13th. 126
flowers, peonies.
"Top Hatters'' Dance Band.
Cottonwoods, Cat. Dance 9 till 1.
Road oiling call
24151 or 35769.
Tweed ie,
Week-end flower specials at
Whitlaws. Bedding plans, 35c
doz. Geraniums, 15c ea. Open
Sundays, 10 to 4. 1635 S. 12th
Annual Kenwood Special
Blanket Sale. Reg. $16 95 qual
ity Blanket $13.95. Eight colors
including white. Individually
boxed. Sale enda Saturday, June
4 Delivery NOW, or on Lay
Away Plan Oct. 1. Phone or
mail orders will hold selection
Better Bedding Store, 512 State
St., Salem, Ore. Phone 3-4412.
Injured savings earn more
than two percent at Salem Fed
eral Savings Association, 660
Stat street.
Eugene Blaze
(Continued from Page 1
Power lines in the area were
burned out and service was In
terrupted briefly before the cur
rent was re-routed.
Southern Pacific's Cascade and
Beaver trains moved by on slow
Entire Plant Leveled
Official loss estimate will
await arrival of company offi
cials from Longview today, but
$250,000 is regarded by lum
bermen as a conservative figure.
Fire Chief Ed Surfas said while
his men were still battling the
flames that it appeared to be a
$500,000 loss.
About the only thing not level
ed was a wholesale office which
had been insulated with glass
At one time it was feared
the fire would spread to other
installations in the district but
firemen played water on the ad
jacent Twin Oaks Lumber yard
and other buildings, putting out
embers as rapidly as they fell.
N G Opens Bids on
Corvallis Project
Bids on building additions to
Oregon National Guard motor
vehicles sheds and rifle ranges
at Corvallis and Ontario were
opened Friday with Ward and
Green of Portland low bidder
on both projects.
Bid on the Corvallis job was
$35,321 and on the Ontario ad
dition, $43,567. Both of these
additions are to be built by the
state, the motor vehicle sheds
and rifle ranges are to be con
structed with federal funds.
In Portland Friday Col. Wil
liam H. Adams, U.S. property
and dispersing officer said that
bids for the construction of a
vehicle shed and rifle range ad
ditions to the LaGrande armo
ry will be made next week.
These bids were accepted in
eight categories and there will
be low bidders in each.
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Circuit Court
.Joyce nowiiuii
for divorca ohartini crual and Inhuman
children, into pr itionin aupi.
and amlement of property ruhU.
Moll If A. Hunt and Robert MuUlctn
JO Unie for defendant to flla appeal.
Jennit Deh'it va Jamt Tount: Wain
tiff Mia reply ol denial.
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lar and othan; Suit to quiet tltl.
nfi- 7.i mm (arm an Mttatc: Final account
hearing et for Julr 2.
Carrie I. Pusher utat.
Lata. a appraUed
at 18,191.
I-awrenca Kewl Minn l Keaael
Plaintiff ate decree of annulmant of
marrlaae, and that defendant former
name- of Minnie coiiina oe rrn-nrro.
Married October 7, 1941, at Vancouver,
W a hln i ton.
Henry O. Shield va Volene fthieldi.: Or
or that time for Mini of
evidence be extended to S m . June 30,
1849. O. W. Emmorm and C. 8. Km morn
withdraw at attorney for defendant,
Leonard and Ruth Orton va Victor
and Clxabeth Knuth: Reply denlej truwer.
rimer J. and Euaenle C. Fery y Gard
ner Bennett and Willamette Valley Water
romnin Order dUm'-aee ra wit prej
udice and without coaU to any party.
Chart R M:!m and othera .tihn
C Veatch and other. Demurrer t com
plaint. C S Hunt v Jo OU I: Mottei to
atrikt complaint.
W. I and Lnra K Orar t P. C. and
Mart a rat X. McKenney; Demurrer to com
pi a int.
Probata Court
John Raymond Colian aJtate- Order ap
point Winifred Colian admlniA'ratrti;
Carl Staatj, Charlej Hoyt and Leonard
Rowan appointed appraiser.
District Court
Drunk dnvlnt: MMn L Clodftlter,
Alhanr. fo'ind guilty bv Miry trial, en
tenet to be rendered Monday.
Folic Court
Disorderly eond'icl : Floyd Cromwell,
trnaslent, fined IIS, held,
SeckleM driving Davtd L BeM'ia,
M Beech, poated 171 bail, plead Inno
cent. Morriag Lictnits
Jonn R JnmniJ. 11. itlMmin, M
Anael. and Elaine It eVharu, 3fl, of
fice worker, 417 N. Collate.
Donald W. Sandaii, 34. brlek lee. St.
fsrju Maaaum and Mint ! Sprang ar.
33, Meratarr. Hi. ff. Sot 14.
Exhibits Open
At Parrish Jr.
Interested public and parents
are invited to view the large dis
play of student projects in the
Parrish junior high school gym
nasium Friday evening. The ex
hibition is calculated to show
the effective -efforts of Parrish
students in art, home economics'
and shop work.
From the art department un
der the guidance of Miss Leona
Golz and Robert Voigt, the craft
displays will show wood carv
ing, metal tooling, linoleum
block prints, clay work, textile
decorations and papier mache.
Under graphic arts, water col
ors, temnprn and rharrnal will
he disnlnveH '
Home economics project of
the 7th and 8th grades will show
aprons, tea towels, waste bas
kets, lamp shades, shoe bags,
wool skirts made from men's
slacks and other articles, all
made by pupils of Mrs. Jensen
and Mrs. Burch. Mrs. White's
ninth grade classes will show
Among the shop display of
Roy I. Foster and his seventh
graders will be cutting boards.
knife holders, tie racks, serving
trays, towel racks, shelves and
From the 7th and 8th grade
shops of Ralph DaMelz, mecha
nical drawings, sheet metal pro
jects, sterling silver rings, set
with polished agates, copper
trays will be seen. Leather belts
and key cases will demonstrate
student tooling.
Permit Granted
'Continued from Pat?e V
East proposes to operate his
main line between Salem. Dallas
and Tillamook county points
through Valley Junction, and to
operate a stub service between
McMinnville and Valley Junc
tion. The findings of the PUC state
that the East application was
supported by Pacific Greyhound
lines for the reason that it was
the opinion of Greyhound that
this extension would assist in the
development of business in con
nection with its present service.
Oregon Motor Stages did not op
pose it.
Concerning the question of
conflict between the East and
the Pacific Coast Lines, operat
ed by John Ratzlaff, the order
says: 1
'Pacific Coast Lines opposed
the granting of the East applica
tion upon the grounds that there
is not sufficient traffic to war
rant the operation of two serv
ices between Salem and Valley
Junction, in other words, Pacific
Coast Lines direct service as
compared to the East proposal
between Salem, Valley Junction,
and Pacific Greyhound beyond
to Lincoln county beach points
''It is well established that the
traveling public will use a di
rect through service by one car
rier in preference to a combi
nation of services involving a
change of vehicles. The com
missioner is of the opinion and
finds that the service proposed
by Roy M. East will not adverse
ly affect the service authorized
under PUC Order No. 22001 of
Pacific Coast Lines. . .
As in the case of Pacific Coast
Lines the order does not permit
East to carry passengers between
Salem and Dallas, or between
either of those places and points
between. This is because it would
conflict with Oregon Motor Stag
es operations.
The order permits the carrying
of baggage, x press, mail and
newspaper as well as passengers.
Under East's proposed sched
ule his arriving and leaving time
at various places will be:
Leave Tillamook, 8 a.m. Ar
rive Valley Junction, 10:20 a.m.
Leave Valley Junction, 10:25 a.
m. Arrive Salem, 11:30 a.m.
Leave Tillamook, 6:30 p.m.
Arrive Valley Junction, 8:30 p.
m. Leave Valley Junction, 8:42
p.m. Arrive Salem, 0:47 p.m.
Leave Salem, 9 a.m. Arrive
Valley Junction, 10:05 a.m.
Leave Valley Junction, 10:15 a.
m. Arrive Tillamook, 11:55 a.m.
Leave Salem, 7:30 p.m. Ar
rive Valley Junction, 8:35 p.m.
Leave Valley Junction, 8:50 p.m.
Arrive Tillamook, 10:50 p.m.
Milton Publisher
Gets New State Job
Charles D. Wheeler, publisher,
of the weekly Eagle at Milton. j
was appointed today to investi
gate automobile dealers.
The appointment to the new
job was made by Secretary of
State Earl T. Newbry.
Wheeler will police sellers of
new and used cars, making sure
they are licensed and that they
conform with the law.
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Any Longer
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retried) A ma Una tuceese for 6000
rear n China No matter ih :-,
ellmentj you are af flic ted disorder
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Toastmistress Meet
With Toastmasters
Salem Toastmistress, with
Miss Amanda Anderson presid
ing, held a Joint meeting with
Salem Toastmnsters at Nohl
gren's last night.
Mrs. Roy Lockenour acted as
toastmistress for the evening.
Frd Pickard was in charge of
table topics. Those participating
were; Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Arens.
Dr. Henry Morris. Miss Loraine
Mousey, Mr. Frederick. George
Moorehead, Ralph Nohlgrrn.j
Miss Marguerite Gleeson, Mrs.
George Beane and Miss Mabel
Of the main speakers for the
evening. Mrs. Mary Roley won
the "oscar" for her speech on
socialized medicine and govern
ment control. Fdward Boies
won "oscars companion" for the
best toastmaster speech with his
"Helpful Hints."
Other speakers were: Joseph
A. H. Dodd on "Too Little Too
Late" and Mrs. Helen Simpson,
who explained what to do about
earthquakes. Ted McCuen was
general appraiser for the eve
ning. Salem Markets
Completed from re porta t alrm deal
era rar Ilia fvldanre t I apltal
Inurnil Remtera. tHfyUett dally).
Keiall Peed Prleea
Ric Maih U.I.V
Rabbit Pellet U 33
Dlry Feed 14 00
reultrrt b-ivine nrices Orade A eolor
M hrn 30c: trade A Leu horn hens.
3 cent Orade A colored fryers, three
pound., and up, 30c. Grade A old router
1ft -enW
Riiyln PHrei Fxtra la rare AA. 40c.
arte AA 4Bc; large A, flc: medium AA.
br: medium A. 43-44c; pulleta, 38-30c.
Whaleaala Prleea Eei wholesale prlcei
I ta 1 cent above the prlcrjt above
Grade A generally quoted at 53c; mi-
d,,im. 4se.
Premium, Me, No. L llei No. 2.
9e tbuymtr price.
Ratter Wboleale irade A, Me; re
call lie.
aleai llyeitoet Harhet
IBy Valley Packlna Cnmnanvt
Sprint lambK. top $25 00 to $37.00
oneprea IMiDI, top 118.00 to 120.00
"earunis. tuni 114.00 to 11 00
Ewe 12.00 to 18.00
Cutter eowfl S10.00 to 114 00
rat dairy cowa $14 00 to HB.oo
fiullji ... iirion tn t;i nn
CalTea cnod 1100-450 lbs.) $20 00 to $32 00
;ai II30-3DO loa. tood -.123 00 to 135 00
fota price paid within He of Port
and prices tor each type. Top. 170-339 iba
Friday. May 27
orRanized Seabee unit at Salem
Naval and Marine Coras Reserve
Training center.
Monday, May .10
Four hundred ninth emarterma-
ters and 3G9th engineers regular
meeting cancelled Decause ol Me
morial day.
National Guard unit reaulflr
drill cancelled for this date and
unit participating in morning pa
rade. Meeting of Oraanlwd Marine
Corps Reserve unit postponed until
mgm oi weanesaay. June l.
On Alaska Cruise
Arthur W. Amstutz. MEW 3 TJ. 8
Naval Reserves, and a member of
ine feftlem Sea bee unit b to be one
of those men taking the cruise to
ihe top or the world this summer.
Th cruiser "Operation Barex"
i the annual resupply expedition
to roim Borrow. Alaska, with 11
naval vessel DarticiDaUne. The
ships will go through the ice-choked
Arctic sea to supply naval and
civilian Installation at the far
north outpost. Flag ship of the
group Is the USS George Clymer
(APA-27) and commander of the
expedition Is Capt. R. M. ScroKgiiwJ
Amstutz. who will be gone SO ,
days la to report to Seattle prior
to June 1 and Is to be in Ran
Diego to board his ship bv June
6. The ship's will leave Seattle,
their last slop In the states, soon
after July 4 Their exact date ol
departure depends on the Ice con
ditions in the Bering sea and Arc
tic ocean. They are slated to re
turn the later part of August.
Enlit Seven Men
Seven men from the Snlem vicin
ity were recently enlisted in the
army or the air force through the
local recruiting office. All of the
seven with the exception of Don
nid H. Burt, son of Mr. and Mrs
M" O Rurf -vf (fie. Mn-.u t-,
street were unaligned. Burt en-
uniru nn an avimion caoei.
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nrnra HirnU rt Cnl.n ann e -
and Mrs. James H. So'hn, S10 Lan-
ctmier anve: wova J. Nelson, son
of Jack J. NeLson. route 6; Bobble
L. Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A
Hail, 01 Abrams avenue: and Lam-
wrt .j , res Kins, son or Mr. and Mrs
Lambert Peskins, Jr.
Enlisted in the airborne nnm.
signed, was Richard O. Frv. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Pry fi7.i
Piedmont, and signing for air forre
duly, unassigned, was Burris w
Rose, non of Mr. and Mrs. Burris
.m. nose or Nortn iHth street.
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Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, Friday, May 27, 19t9 S
Married 65 Years Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lengele, 86R South
13th street, were married in Cloverson. Nebraska, In 1884, and
will celrbrate their 65th wedding anniversary at home on
Saturday, May 28. Mr. LenRele is 92, Mrs. LenRele, near 82.
They have lived in Salem almost 60 years and are the parents
of 1 1 children.
Berlin Blockade
(Continued from Pae 1
This raised the fear of a re-j
vival of the riotous battles which
raced between strikers and com
munist strikebreakers early in
the week, taking two lives. The
strikers have not hesitated t o
wield clubs, hurl rocks and
swing fists in the face of pistol
fire from east sector German
police. Now the strikers are
populating areas where the
tracks are ripped up. the switch
es are locked and the signals
An American official said this
was a matter for the West Ger
man police now. The west sec
tor police have taken over, on
the orders of the allied com
mandants, after sending away
the Russian-controlled east Ger
man police who had guarded the
stations and installations. Tech
nically, under four-power agree
ment, the Russians control rail
installations in all Berlin.
If any one, allied or German,
was making a move to settle the
dispute, it was not immediately
Oregon City Visitor Mrs,
Myrtle Taylor Patterson, of Sa
lem, is visiting in Oregon Cily
at the home of a sister, Mrs.
Nettie Walsh. Her son, Dr. O. A.
Welsh and Mrs. Welsh, of Med
ford, will also be visitors. Mrs.
Patterson formerly taught in the
Oregon City schools.
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Memorial Slated
For Jason Lee
Memorial services at Jason
Lee cemetery will be held at
2:30 Sunday afternoon under
the auspices of the Sons of Vet
erans of the Civil war. Glenn
Wade will give the address.
Prayer will be offered by Rev.'
G. Wesley Turner, pastor of
Leslie Memorial Methodist
church. Patriotic organizations
are asked to bring flowers with
which to decorate the graves.
Notice Is hereby given that in election
will be held In School District No. 3C-I.
of Marlon County, State of Orrtcon. on
Monday. June 20, 1949. from 2:00 o'-
lock P.M. lo 7:W o'clock P.M. t the fol
low. nc pollim place: ,
North Silem Precinct; School AdmlnU-
tration Office. 4(10 North Huh Street.
South Salem Precinct: Lm11 Junior
Hlih School. South Collate & Howard.
KaM Salem Precinct: O St K Lumber .
Company Office. Center Lancaster
Wert Salem Precinct: Center School,
Builldtni. Wert Salem,
in said school dial net. for the pur www of
submitting to the Wal voter of eaid dwu
5rtct the question of the consolidation nf
School Districts No. 34CJ (Salem t, Marlon
and Pol It Counties, Oregon, and No, 4
(Eola, Polk County. Oreaon.
Daied at Salem, Oregon, thU 35th dar,
of May, 1949.
Chairman. Board of Director,
I Attest: O. C. WARD, District Clerk
May 37, June 3, 10 139
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