Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, December 21, 1953, Page 9, Image 9

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    Monday. December 21, 1953
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, galea. Oagm
Planning Commission for
Lebanon Backed by Council
Lebanon 'Mala business
transacted at last week'i meet,
lng of the city council Included
(reparation to set up a city
planning commission, and de
cision to make application for
disaster truck now available
through the civil defense pro
gram. I A report was also heard from
Councilman Glenn Huston who
aid his committee has studied
the installation of traffic lights
f nd will refer the matter to the
City budget committee for in
clusion in the next budget. He
said the committee favored the
Installation of six traffic lights,
lamer tnan two which were
Originally proposed.
Unemployment
High in Linn Co.
: j Lebanon Total unemnloy.
snent In the eastern Linn area
' was estimated at an all-time
: high here Thursday when It
' arose slightly above the 2,300
mark, according to officials of
the state employment office,
i The figure was based on the
total drawing unemployment
Compensation claims, which
Vent over the 1,500 mark for
the first time on Dec. 17. Com
pensation claims total about
as per cent of the total unem
ployed", the office estimates.
; Greatest unemployment
comes fromOogging operations
which have closed for the win
ter months, but a sizeable bulk
Is from a varied field Including
almost every occupation.
I Christmas season has failed
to take up more than a small
part of the jobless.
Despite hiring extra help,
store owners have found that
the bulk of job seekers are
wives of men who have been
cut off from work and most of
the women are housewives who
were not employed few weeks
aco.
f Merchant point out that
wamen seeking work daily av
erage between eight and 10.
The planninc commission will
be composed of seven members.
two of whom will live outride
me city, and three ex-offido
members, the mayor, city at
torney and city engineer.
The commission's powers are
primarily recommendatory and
relate to toning, buildinc. in
dustrial development and the
punning of streets and sewers.
Proposal for the purchase of
the disaster truck comes from
Ralph Scroggin. who explain
ed the fire deoartment had
agreed to furnish a crew to
man It He said that the cost
would be $8,800 of which half
would be paid by the federal
government and another quar
ter by the state, leaving $2,200
to be paid by the city.
The vehicle contain SSI
items of equipment ranging
from a light plant to blankets
and stretchers and can be used
not only for civil defense but
in case of fire; flood or acci
dent disasters.
It was explalne ' that the ap
plication must be made to the
state before .the first of the
year if the city is to get such
a truck in the near future.
Also' receeiving council ap
proval was a subdivision on
highway 20 east of Lebanon
on which is now rising the first
unit of the Southgate shopping
center. It will be known as
Horn addition.
Two More Unions
Gel $3.75 Package
New York W) Two more
unfona have voted to accept
the formula of a f 3.7S-a-week
package plus a c t-finding
which ended the recent strike
of photo engraver against six
major New Tork City news
paper.
Acceptance was voted Sun
day by Local 1 of the paper
handler and straightener and
Local 6 of the mailer union,
both AFL..
The formula had been ac
cepted earlier by the AFL
stereotype rs a well a by the
AFL photo engraver.
POOR BOY
SANDWICH
At NORTH'S
1111 Center St.
SURGICAL SUPPORTS
Of an klnas. Tium, AMesa
Inal 8epporta, EtuUa Boater?
Expert (titers print fitting
ABE TOCB DOCTOB"
Capital Drug Store
W BUt Street
Cerner et Liberty
8B Oreea Stem
Salem Chiropractic
Clinic
IMA
Mr
Tltal
Organ
Are
CeatreUeB
Threagh
Dr. J.l.Ahlbln
Nsrr and Bona
Specialist
Physiotherophy
Electrotheraphy
Colon Irrigation
X-kay
Phone 3-6820 lor Appointment
Opes Dtlrf, t AH t SsjunUj till Use
1225 South Commercial
'
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Blackboard
fi $1.69
1WV win tret lt BrtibllT dMlinrf M r,, ,, blby ahlrrd Mm- I n. htrtwood bo, 4-11'
.ihtbl Vil. Pimm top. w&UUM. .pun. Wum- .
Musical Top
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all-Bat Set
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' Archery Set
ll.J lit.
flnUh. Chtlk trj. Hulk tr tjp. s" klf h. A liw
and arMtr.
tie oC brltht nt ul vhlta. itowi tth ! tin,
TmImMi, tolorlut, itrant- Urol u eatnr tsoluHtd.
DOLL Reg. 84.88 NOW S3.88
14" walking doll Saran hair
DOLL HOUSE Reg. (3.88 NOW $3.19
2-story Colonial with furniture
STOVE Reg. 8M8 now $1-88
Realistic with cooking utensils, 11x12i6H"
TEA SET Reg. 83.88 NOW $3i19
Hope chest set. 37 life-sise pieces.
HURDY-GURDY Reg. 88c. . NOW 79c
Music box plays real tunes
BASS DRUM Reg. 8128 . . NOW 98c
College dellgl with cymbals
Bean Bag Buckets W $1.49
A toss game for young and old.
ACRO BALL GAME W $1.39
Enclosed In durable plastic. Grown-ups
like this one, too.
CHECKERS Reg. 88e NOW 79c
Also Michigan Rummy on opposite side
PULL TOY Reg. 88e ...
Horse and sulky
.NOW
79c
Aeromite Airplane $6.88
Easy to fly complete with gas engine
SERVICE STATION jSSW'V.'. $3.88
Completely equipped
SHOESHINE BANK $1.69
Shine materials and thrift bank
DUMP TRUCK Reg. 82.18, NOW $1.89
Semi trailer S wheel with shovel
flip 15
Li.'
Yf FoldingChoir Steel Wagon Toble Tennis
E&$3.88 S3. $1.69 $1.98
1 I Dm wulreetlae. Stront mitu. elm him ftat tscladn nMr
T raf .Traf fjr nim " "' "" Tnt puon. i mi.
11 Mvtot. " awa. u mim. Dbn eiN kaiut. r met or4
RuHiHuttj DtslgnK prtotMioMi stm
$1A88
lta.Slf.95... 10
201 N.
Easy to pedal, ball bear- Commercial St., ,
ing drive. Front wheel
work like real tractor. Salem
Red. 38" long.
Gifts From Kay's
She Will Adore!
COATS ,
SUITS' '
I DRESSES .' '
FORMALS
ROBES
JACKETS
SKIRTS
SWEATERS'
CASHMERES
BLOUSES
' GOWNS'
slips.
PAJAMAS
NEGLIGEES
. HOSIERY
JEWELRY
COLLARS
. STOLES
"-' SCARFS -
SPORT JACKETS
SPORT WEAR
,SKI WEAR .
Old Fashioned Values
in Ghristmas-Traditional
m EVENINGS
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We're helping you moke this Christmas on old-fashionad
one with thest volut plus, txciting gifts, reminisetnt
of the good old days when your dollar really packed o
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You'll Find Your Nationally Known
Women's Gift Wear at Kay's -
EXQUISITE
ROBES
595to 29
95
Rayon, nylon, jersey, che
llle, sotin, quilts, etc. A
grand collection that will
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"'11 SPARKLING
JEWELRY
l00 ,o 2000
A large assortment of cap
tivating and bewitching
Jewelry, earrings, pin.
, cnoKers, Draceieis, etc.
' LOVELY
STOLES
2" i 22"
All wool jersey, olso fancy
knits ' and some metallic
trims. Assorted shades.
re
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NYLON
GOWNS
98
to
19
95
Mojud, Pinehurst In
nylon I a c t trim . . .
Gorgeous selection, as
sorted colors including
black.
JEWELED
SWEATERS
1295to2295
Joan Marie, Jane Irwill, Blair
moor some of the smartest
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tivating styles. ,
SLIPS
2" 9'5
By Mojud , . . tailored or
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NOVELTY
UMBRELl
298to79
Ail the lal
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combinations
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color m I W A II
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HOSIERY
l3Stol95
.Dependable hosiery by
ni. . j i
mojuu ana v.iousmer , , ,
Famous brands worn by
millions of busy women
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SKI WEAR
By White Stog
IDa - 9
ALL WOOL ,
SWEATERS
98
to 10
95
By Joan Marie, Jane Irwill,
Kandle, Blairmoor. The best
selection of the country her
for your choice.
CASHMERES
1695,o2495
By Bonnie Briar . . .
Made of the finest
cashmere Imported
from Tibet . . downy
soft, good fitting.
LOUNGING
PAJAMAS
5" 22"
Quilted, colorful . ,
lounging or TV.
ideal for
Ski Pants
Sweaters
Gloves
Hats
CHARGE TODAY PAY NEXT YEAR
3 MONTHS TO PAY AT KAY'S
460 STATE ST.
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