Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, December 30, 1953, Page 2, Image 2

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    FISH AND GAME OFFICER
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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, Salem. Oregon
Captain Irving A. Larson of State Police, appointed
head of fish and game division to succeed Captain Bert
Walker, retired.
Larson Will Be Head of
Fish and Game Division
State Police LlPlltpnanr Tru
ing A. Larson will be nrnmni.
ed to the grade of captain on
Beavers Win
In Dixie Classic
Raleich. N. C. Iff) Th
urvgon state Beavers won
their first game in three tries
in the Dixie Classic here today,
downng the University of
North Carolina, 8S-S3, to take
seventh place in the eight
team tournev.
Oregon State, fourth ranked
team in the nation but beaten
twice in earlier tournev eamei
had too much height and
marksmanship for the Tar
Heels who entered the classic
with a 4-0 record.
Oregon State, led by tower
ing center Swede Halbrook's
16 points, had a 48 9 shooting
percentage in the first half as
it threatened to run away with
the hapless Tar Heels.
For a 15-minute span from:
laic in the first period to early
in the third quarter North Car
olina failed to hit a single field
goal.
The Tar Heels fought back
in the last period to cut the
margin at one time to nine
points. They were led by for
ward Bud Maddix with 17
points.
AS THE FIRST CONCRETE IS POURED
IS
Rotarians Host
To New Citizens
A group of persons from a
number of countries, who re
ceived their citizenship papers
during a recent naturalization
court were honored by the Sa
lem Rotary club Wednesday
noon at the Morion hotel.
Carle Abrams. Rotarian and
member of the board of the
VMCA, presided and spoke
briefly of the work of C. A.
Kells, who as general secre
tary of the Salem Y for many
years, pioneered the citizen
ship classes starting back in
izu. since then more than
3000 persons have become
citizens as the result of this
instruction.
Robert Y. Thornton, attor
ney general and chairman of
the educational committee of
the Y, in addressing the new
citizens urged them to take
an active part in the political
life of the country and then
dwelt on the part various mi
nority groups played while
serving under the U. S. flag
during World War II.
Lorraine Owen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thomas
Owen, two of the newly na
turalized citizens, read her
prize winning essay on "What
the American Flag Means to
Me." She was one of 165
young folk who took part in
the contest and won a dia
mond studded wrlstwatch,
given by Stevens and Son
jewelers.
January 1. to head the fish and;
Kauitr uiviMun oi ine siaie po
lice, replacing Captain Bert
Walker, who has resigned.
Larson was born in St. Hel
ens in 1906 and graduated
from Oregon State College in
1931 with B.A rfpsrpp Hn on.
tered the state police depart
ment as game officer on March
1, 1934. After training at Mil-
Waukie ho was aseipnpri tn
Gnlri Roarh iinH latpr to r- I
quille where in 1941 he was
i Uromolod to grarip nf sorcrpant
and placed in charge of the sta
j lion there.
In 1948 he was promoted to
the grade of lieutenant and
j transferred to Salem for duty
I in general hedaquarters in the
I Bureau of Records.
; Larson is married and has
I three 'children. He is a past
master of the Masonic lodge in
Coquille and a past president
of Lions club, also at Conuillp.
The new captain is an ardent
sportsman and interested in
conservation and preservation
of wildlifp rpsnnrrps nf thp
state, his superiors stated.
Ike Works on
Union Messaoe
Augusta. Ga. W President
Eisenhower worked Wednes
day on a new preliminary
draft of his January 7 state
jof the union message to con
gress. I Rain kept hiTi indoors at his
I Augusta NaUonal Golf Club
office Wednesday morning,
but he hoped it would let up
in time for a round of golf
later in the day.
Eisenhower played the
course Tuesday despite a light
drizzle of rain, after aides had
announced he was devotine
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cxpanaea Pens a
i o ivieet Opposition
Whington m K'n
mil Hammond, president of the Salem Chamber of
Commerce, is shown shaking hands with Harold Wendel,
president of Lipman, Wolfe ic Co., as the first concrete
was poured for the foundation of the new department
store building at Liberty and Chemeketa Tuesday after
noon. Clarence Grieson, River Bend Sand and Gravel Co.,
is shown on his truck with concrete for footings.
Missouri Valley Coops
Reassured on Projects
Waehi'notnn Tu.. it n . . - . .
h j i j , , " . ""se i uui cnairman Miller (R., Neb.)
u., vui ana lamng u nuairs committee ; said he would submit to the de-
easy at the little White House, paused Wednesday in its in-1 partment a list of 20 questions
It was the president's sec- quiry into the government's ' and would request answers at
ond round since he arrived Missouri Basin power market-; further committee sessions next
here Christmas day. He play-, in8 Policy but fixed up a batch J week.
ed 18 holes last Saturday. jo homework for Interior de- The questions Miller cx-
xne preliminary draft of the omciais. ;plained, were sent to him by
cooperative
basin who
iw ine union message ar-1 iimiii r u r a i electric
rived by plane from Washing-1 secretary of the interior, spent I groups in the river
ton Wednesday. The president j ."J? J '"'."5 Ih!.?0': ! have.exPressed lc" that their hantic fleet air commandor: aYso
' dimming as picicruntf custom
No One Blamed
For Navy Blast
Washington The Navy
Wednesday said nffiriallv it
found no one to blame fnr (ho
explosion aboard the aircraft
carrier Lcyte in Boston. on Oct.
16 which killed 37 men! It said,
too, that sabotage had no part.
In releasing the findings of a
court o; inquiry, the Navy said
that the 32 military personnel
and five civilians met their
deaths through "no intent,
fault, nccli&cncc nr ineffiripn.
cy of any person In naval serv
ice or connected therewith."
The court, convened by Vice!
Adm. John J. Ballantine. At
SAVING CENTER MARKETS
OPEN
NEW YEARS
Eugene Council for
U of 0 Campus Beer
Eugene Wi The city council
has civen a 4-3 endorsement to
ja license to sell beer within a
restricted area around the uni
versity of Oregon campus.
The application came from a
Safeway store just inside the
area restricted against the sale
of alcoholic beverages by the
Oregon Liquor Control Com
mission. The endorsement was made
"subject to a change of boun
dary of the University of Ore-
'. gon restricted area." The liquor
j control commission must still
'give final approval to the license.
HOP GROWERS MEET
Corvallis (U.R) Oregon hop
growers will hold their annual
conterence Jan. 8 on the Ore
gon State College campus.
also worked on mail and other
official papers which arrived
in the pouch.
Meanwhile. P r es i ri pnlial
Press Secretary James C. Hag
crty, told newsmen he thought
thre was no justification for
congressional criticism of the
defense contracts policy Ensen
hower endorsed Tuesday.
The policy is designed to
runnel more such contracts in
to areas where there has been
a large amount of unemploy
ment.
CHURCH MEETING
Hubbard The annual
meeting of the Hubbard Com
munity Church (Congrega
tional) will be held December
30 at the parish hall. There
will be a no-host dinner at
6:30 p.m. All friends and
members are invited to attend.
Rev. Virgil Wolfenbereo will
preside.
During the vears of
immigration to the United
States, more men than women
were immigrants, but slnoo
1930 more women than mon
have entered the country.
Blast Destroys
jCityWaierPlant
Columbus, Wis. UP) An ex
plosion and firp virtitallv ilo.
stroyed the Columbus munici
pal light and water plant
Wednesday.
Frank Robb, manager of the
utility, said damage may run as
nign as sauu.ouu.
announced last Seotemhor
Aandahl told Miller that de
partment officials would be
glad to answer all questions.
out insisted that the apprehen
sions of the cooperatives were
groundless.
The new policy, he said,
spells out the rights of govern
ment preference power custom
ers for the first time and should
work to their advantage.
One big fear of the coopcr-
alltroe Avnra.Hul ni .::!-
en j juuv,viv. I i tjjcu gi similar
The blast, which ripped out hearings before the Senate ju-
a huge section of the plant's diciary subcommittee early in
wall, and the fire which fol- December, is that the Reclama
left 3,300 city residents
IZlJ?' vternmcnt Power, is j call!!,.. i, spccificaiiy hed the
,"T '"c ,ne P"cy ship's captain, Capt. Thomas A
annnunrpd lacr SontomKo. . . : . .
Anroon blameless.
lowed
and 1,700 rural
nu i.iuu rural electric CUS- vwki supply qon-
tomers without electric power trac'' with private or non-pref-
nnri UfDtoF aon,;A prpnpp pnefnmore gn th., .
Firemen from Columbus and ' Prive tne cooperatives of power
Beaver Dam battled the blaze wil1 need in the future.
in uic iwu-siury oriCK Puna
ing more than an hour.
No one was ininrpri
Cause nf tho hlaet
determined immediately.
tion Bureau m a v ntpr intn
long-term power supply con-
not
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league's plan to pay social se
curity pensions to almost ev
eryone over 65.
Ren. Carl T n...u.
Neb.), chairman of a social se
curity subcommittee of the
iiuuk waya ana meant commit
tee, outlined the far-reaching
new program yesterday. It
m oesitnea for heated
controversy when
convenes next week.
Kean, fourth-ranking repub
lican on the wava ant
committee, has been an Eisen
hower SUDOorter and k..
a special interest In social se
curity. He said Curtis' plan
would undermine the social se
curity trust fund.
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pensions now for all retired!
persons over AS vn ,
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for an increase in the monthly
minimum social security bene
fit from the present S2S to $43
He estimated this would add
some five million new aged
persons, 670,000 children and
180,000 widows or orphans to
the old age retirement and
vivors' insurance inisn i
efit rolls, more than Wnku
the present number.
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