Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, February 24, 1954, Page 5, Image 5

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    Wednesday. February
Local Paragraph
Proclamation Issued Mayor
Al Loucks his signed a proclama
tion setting apart the month of
March as Red ( month, when
the annual Red Cross campaign
will be in progress. The procla
mation calls upon all citizens of
the city for their support.
Speaker Slated Members of
the North Salem Kiwanis Club
will have Dr. E. E. Getslaff as
their speaker at the meeting at
Chuck's Steak House Thursday
nnnn. Getslaff, who was a merii
cal missionary in Japan, will tell
of his work there before and
after World War II.
Mineral Society MeetingThe
Willamette Agate and Mineral
Society will meet Friday at 8
P-m. in Salem Memorial hospital
chapel. Gustav Grood will be
the speaker and show his collec
tion of polished Cahochons.
Chinchilla Meet The Chin
chilla Breeders Association will
meet Thursdav evening at H
o'clock at Mayflower Hall, 2135
Fairgrounds Road.
Brotherhood Program Earl T.
Newbry, secretary of state, will
be principal speaker during the
Salem Lions club luncheon at the
Marion hotel Thursday poon. His
subject will be some phase of
Brotherhood Week.
Leaving for East Albert E.
Ullman, representative of the
Metropolitan Life Insurance com
pany, has received an invitation
from his company to attend the
company's annual meeting to be
held in New York City next
week. Ullman was the leading
personal producer for the Metro
politan in Oregon the past year.
Mrs. Ullman wili accompany her
husband on the trip. On their
return trip they will stop over
several days in Jacksonville, Fla.,
and Houston, Tex. Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Thomas are leaving for
new York City this week-end
where Mr. Thomas will attend
meetings for district managers
of Metropolitan. En route they
will visit their daughter and son-in-law,
Lt and Mrs. W. J. Cook,
at Washington, D. C. They will
also visit their son, Gene, who is
a law student at Columbia uni
versity in New York City.
Steps in Hole Dave Porter, 16.
who lives 'al 415 North Capitol
Street, stepped in a hole while
playing with other children at
Englewood School Tuesday eve
ning at 9:45, and broke the upper
part of his right leg. First aidmen
were called, and the boy was taken
to a city hospital where his in
jury was confirmed.
Reckless Drivers Gary Lee
Glasgow, 771 Ttosemont Street,
was arreslcd by city police Tues
day on a charge of wreekless driv
ing. Bail was posted and he was
cited to appear in Municipal
Court at 8:30 Wednesday. Also
' cited for wreekless driving was
Edmund A. Juedes, 2m South
Lancaster Drive, who was appre
hended by police between South
12th street and South 13th Street,
on Lee Street. His case was con
tinued in Municipal Court until
March 11.
Thursday, February 25
Organized Naval Reserve sur
face division at Naval and Mar
ine Corps Reserve training cen
ter. Company D, 162nd infantry
regiment, Oregon National Guard
at Salem armory.
Battery D, 722nd AAA, AW
battalion, Oregon National
Guard, at qunnsct huts on Lee
Friday, February 2fi
Seabee Reserves at Naval and
Marine Corps Reserve, training
Marines Home
Two Marines from this area
who enlisted in that branch nt
the service last November 24 arc
now home on leave. The men arc
Pfc. Thomas D. Williams, Jr.. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Han
sen of 651 North 20th street,
Salem, and Pfc. William Jack
Peoples, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam N. Peoples of Daytnn. Both
recently completed their basic
training at San Diego. Williams
March 19 is to report to Quantico,
Va., to attend the fire control
instrument repair school there
anrd Peoples will report March 9
at Jacksonville, Ha where he is
to attend aviation ordnance
At Vancouver
Master Sgt. Walter C. Friessen
and Pfc. Joseph Scammerhorn of
the advisor group for the Army
Rrscrvs in Salem were at the
Oreson Military district head
quarters at Vanrouver Barracks,
Wash., Wednesday.
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Mumps in Front A report of
the Marion County Department
of Health covering the weekly
period ending February 20, show
that mumps lead the field in the
matter of communicable and re
portable diseases. There were 14
instances of mumps, 13 of which
were in Salem. Five cases of
scarlet fever were reported. Other
diseases listed included: six
measles, four virus pneumonia,
two each of German measles and
hepatitis, and one lobar pneu
monia. State institutions reported
six cases of tuberculosis, two epi
lepsy and one syphillis.
Button Released Col. Ronald
E Button, who has been senior
Army advisor for the Oregon
Military District, and Mrs. Button
stopped in Salem Tuesday en
route to California. Button, an
Army reservist, has been on active
duty for a number of years and
has now been released to in
active duty. After visiting in
Salem with Major and Mrs. Wil
fred Schaplow the Buttons left for
Eugene, from where they wll go
to San Francisco and Los Angeles
and then cast to Chicago. Their
final destination is their home at
Germantown, Maryland.
Hit by Propeller -Joe Rainwa
ter, 4, of 1510 Jefferson Street,
got a puncture wound on his
head Tuesday afternoon while
playing with a gas powered air
plane model. The airplane pro
peller apparently struck the boy
on the head. He was taken to a
doctor for possible stitches.
Two Injured A two-car col
lision at Capitol and Union streets
Tuesday afternoon caused injur
ies to two people and damage to
the automobiles. The two cars
involved in the collision were
those driven by Lewis Dan Sc
dorc, 445 South 25th street, and
Carrol Clarke Sharpc, 4835 Sil
vcrton Road. The injured persons
were passengers in the two cars.
R. D. Wilcox, 840 North Summer
street, sustained a bruise on his
head, and 2-year-old David White
suffered a bruise about his eye.
Neither was taken to a hospital.
Dulles Report Radio station
KSLM will cover the report of
Secretary of State Dulles con
cerning the Berlin conference at
10:30 Wednesday night.
Editor Named M i s s Bonnie
Greenwood, whose home is at
3895 Pleasant View Drive, has
been named editor of the 1954 j
"Carry On," school year book of
tne L.i.t.t;. bidic college, Los
Angeles, Calif., where she is
studying for the ministry. Miss
Greenwood is a member of the
local Foursquare Gospel church.
Historian Speaker George
Strozut, Jr., Willamette Univer
sity junior in history, spoke to
the noon meeting of the Tt
change club on the history
of Salem over the past hundred
years. The meeting was held at
the Cave room of the Senator
hotel. The club members con
firmed the .otc by which they
decided to change the place of
meeting from the Senator hotel
to the .Varion hotel They will,
therefore, change meeting places
next week.
Will Move Pole Line Repre
sentatives of the Portland Gen
eral Electric company and Pa
cific Telephone and Telegraph
company have reached an agree
ment covering joint use of a pole
line along Claxter Road. 'low
ever, they do not know just where
to place the poles since because
of inability to determine where
the edge of the right of way will
be located after Claxter Road has
been widened. One survey calls
for a right of way extended 20
feet on each side of the center
line of the original survey. This
center line, it is said, does not
correspond to the center of )!-
present gravel road. The tele
phone company plans to substi
tute a cable for its present wires,
attaching the cable to the light
company poles.
Table Linens In compliment
your personality as a gracious
hostess, in round, squares, or on
ions, prinlcd or plain. Place
mals too from $3 no at The Better
Bedding Store, 312 State St.
Rummage sale, Relhcl " Job's
Daughters. Feb. 2fi from 9 tn 4.
Next tn Fills Market.
Children's coals sizes 1 to 4,
1 SI 50 and up. YWCA Budget Shop.
IfiJ S. Coni'l. Open Fri. and Mon.,
! in to 5 p.m.
Klectriglns Radiant Heat. Riches
Electric Co. Phone 2-4156.
Paint with glamorizing Treasure
Tones. See our outstanding wall
paper collection. Chuck Clarke Co.
255 N. Liberty.
World's finest pianos. Kimball-Jansscn-Gulbrniiscn.
Salem M'isic
Company. 15.1 S. High St. Phone'
Nrrd Glasses1 Onlv .VV a V.
at Sender Optiral Ollters. Waters
Adnlph Bid . Stair tt Commercial
Fh 3-.1.11! All styles, precision
ground to optometrists' prescrip
tionsFast Service.
Wonderful Values in homes in
today's Classified columns. Turn
there now for grand home-buying
For sale: Gravel Pit. Mi West
Clieniavia lid
Marshall! now open for lunih
11:30 A M Sundays 2 P.M.
j Accordion lessons. Instru
ments rented while you learn
Wiltsev Miiir House. 1360
j State. Th 3-7166.
New Training
Plan Accepted
Naval Reservists and regular
Navy personnel on station keeper
duty at the Naval and Marine
Corps leserve training center at
a meeting Tuesday night decided
to accept a new plan for the train
ing of reservists in the surface di
vision. The Salem installation is one of
three in the 13th Naval district
selected to be given an opportun
ity to try the new training pro
gram. The three installations in
the district. Salem, Seattle and
Tacoma, will be used as pilot in
stallations in the program.
Under the program the officer
in charge of the center would be
in charge of the training and the
training program for the reserve
surface division and also in charge
of keeping the records, with the
records kept by the station keep
ers instead of the reserves. The
plan approved by the group at the
Tuesday night meeting now has to
be approved by the 13th Naval
In the past the officers of the
surface division here have been
in charge of the training and re
sponsible for the program and the
records of the division.
Lois Webb Injured
In Auto Accident
Mrs. Lois Webh. RR9 Rellnviio
Street, was injured Tuesday
night when the car in which she
was riding went over a highway
embankment ahnnl Iwn milnc
west of Saler. on Dallas Highway.
anc was tancn to salcm Memo
rial Hospital by the Willamette
Ambulance Service where her
conditio) w s dcsc.ibcd as "fair."
She was held for observation.
The unin'ured driver nf the
vehicle, Jack Martin, Salem, was
arrested on charges of being
drunk on a public highway and
was taken to the Polk rinnnlv
jail at '"alias.
Edith Green to
Run for Congress
PORTLAND Iff Mrs. Edith S.
Green of Portland said Wednesday
she would run for the Democratic
nomination for Congress.
She is the first Democrat to an
nounce for the position now held
bv Republican Homer D. Angell.
Mrs. Green, a graduate of Salem
High School and the University of
Oregon, gave Earl Newbry a close
race for secretary of State in 1952.
Contract Awarded Tidewater
association and Shell Oil conman-
ies have been given contracts for
the kerosene requirement of Mar
ion county during the next fiscal
year. The two companies sub
mtited bids that carried identical
figures for the product.
Ruilrling Permits Dr. P. D.
Baker, to repair a two-story
dwelling at 11(55 Court, $500. F.
M. North, to build a one-story
dwelling and garage at 2790 Ellis,
$12,000. Smalley Oil Company, to
alter a shop at 1405 Broadway,
Circuit Court
I Donald C. Hopper vi Clarence T. nisd
I den, warden of state prison: Order re
man (I I n I plaintiff to custody of de
fendant pending further court order In
ronnectlop with petition lor writ of
habeas corpus.
Slate Public Utilities Commissioner vs
William D. Evans: Complaint seekinr
Judgment of I2.1S4 no together with pen
allies a!:raedlr due as nlBhwar use
I sta.e Directors ol Veterans Affairs ts ;
i Raymond F and Marlorle MrCormlrlc el
; al: J'jrioment order In which plaintiff ,
I-. to rei over from defendants MrCorm j
Irk the sum of IS..W7.13.
Kdna Vocan ts orval C. Vosan: Order
I of default entered asalnst defendant. j
j Mate vs Theodore Vernon Comnlon:
; Order of dismissal for the reason de. i
. fenriant has not been aranted speertr i
' trial a provided br statute. Charted r.nn support.
Mary t.ou Hall vs Rohbie Louis Hall: I
Order of dismissal.
Celia M. Btiromerv;:le vs Fnimilt .1.
Riimmrmlle: Divorce complaint, allet. j
' Ins cruel and Inhuman treatment. Plain- I
tiff as'ss cu-todv of minor child and Mo
monthly support. Married al Stevenson, j
i Hernlere Kntmnskl v Alfred Kosmos.
ki: Dtvoire complaint, allcslnf cruel and
II. human treatment. Asks rustodv of
n mor child. $.15 monthiv support end
tiropcrty settlement Married at Oaia- '
homa City, Okla. May a. 1931.
Mary C. Oil-trap v Phil J. OiMrap- 1
Dtorir toniutaint. alltiiia cruel and
iitiitman treatment. A-ks adiudti al Ion j
u.MilMiia tao minor ilnlilrcn. Married'
at Ke!o. Wah . In 19:9.
Mtatr vs Dousla.s James Hamilton: De
fendant sentencrd to five rcais in DM
or alter pleadim lulitr to burilarr
i liarre.
Plate vs Harold F Crowe and Ie .loe
nana: Fach "n'enred to two years In
pruon en hurelarv rharers.
p'sir s .lark R HoTrsno- Ce.r.1 inurd
to- tmienre t0 Var'h 1 alter pleadint
(nt'tv tr. buralary coarse
S'jle v Ttm fiatjde Pfhe"t- feotin-
ii. - to vsr-h I for 'rn'ence after r!sd
me tui'iv to rhars of nbtsinlnt money
b-. fs'.'e preienze
P's'e v. Rlrhsrd R For'enherrv roo
ir'ier for sentence on rharee of Pb
tcinlne rronev by false pretense.
Probate Court
Wii;sm Roe uard!ansh:p- Order ap
provini final account of ruardlan.
F.ll Her.ry Far! estate: Order dlreclint
' letters of administration be Issued
lu David Farl as administrator de bonta
con, turn testamento anneso.
Municipal Court
Kei.Iiflli L stmiui. IlleiellT Doscs.Mni
liquor, teilitied to ll.e luvenlle court.
Krfrr.und A Juedes. 200 Routh Lancas
ter Drive, rr'eless drivlni. case eon-
Hnord to March 11
Clifford Wet Aiimsville. ensued with
I drlvint while In'osicattd, held Tuesday i
I In lieu If CVD bail. i
(Continued from Page 1)
of litigation in which they have
been involved. No pne appears in
this case for and on behalf of
Local 72, but their activity raises
serious questions as to whether
the named plaintiffs herein are in
reality representing the- best in
terests of Local 401 or those of
Local 72."
Judge Brand declared that the
j appellate procedure of the Inter
i national "is available to any in
dividual member of the union
j regarding any alleged personal
1 grievance.
I The Bureau of Internal Reve
nue lost in its efforts to enforce
a tax lien of $6500 against Morrill
Logging Company in Curry
county. ,
In upholding Circuit Judge Dal
M. King, the court, with Justice
Harold J. Warner writing the
opinion, held the money was
neither an escrow or a trust, but
was a specific deposit title to
which remained in the Logging
company until by further agree
ment but prior to the govern
ment's lien, title was transferred
to the Moore Mill and Lumber
"The rights of the government,
when attempted to enforce a lien
against property of a delinquent
tax payer," Justice Warner said,
"arise no higher than the tax
payer had therein."
The justice said that since the
Logging company's interest in
the fund terminated prior to the
governments' lien, the govern
ment was held to ha- e no inter
est in the fund.
The court reversed a decree
by Circuit Judge J. S. Bohannon,
in a suit by L. -H. Adkinson
against Wilda Elizabeth Bartron
in Washington county, In a suit
to recover .sal pr jperty alleged
to have been obtained from the
plaintiff by undue influence. The
trial court held that a confiden
tial relationship existed between
the parties and that there had
been undue influence.
Case Rewrsed
However, Justice William C.
Perry speaking for the court,
found there was no evidence of
wrongful undue influence.
"The mere fact that one re
grets what he has done and
wishes to regain the property he
had volunta. ' ' conveyed, is not
in law sufficient reason to re
lieve him of his voluntary act,"
Judge Perry said. The court dis
missed the plaintiff's complaint.
Other Cases
Other cases handed down by'
the court W dnesday were:
Affirmed Circui- Judge M. A.
Briggs of Harney county, in a
suit for conveyance of land pur
chased on contract in 1939. Both
the trial court and supreme court
held that Elvin Hull, the plain
tiff, had abandoned the property
in 1942 and therefore had no in
terest in the property.
In a suit by T. J. Starker
against Earl Heckart, appellant,
Circuit Judge Victor Olliver was
upheld in his opinion that usury
statutes had no application in a
conditional sales contract for
$2,251 as it did not involve a
loan of money.
Chief Justice Earl C. Lalnur
ette made the following assign
ments Wednesday:
Circuit J'llge M. W. Wilkin
son of The Dalles to Deschutes
county to hear suit of State Con
struction company versus the
city of Bend; Circuit Judge W.
W. Wells of Icndlcton to Mal
heur county; James Arthur Pow
ers, Portland, judge pro tern,
to Linn county for 19 days com
mencing March 1 and John L.
Footc, St. Helens, pro tern for
Lane county, 24 days beginning
March 8.
Funeral Saturday
For R. T. Marshall
Funeral service? will he held at
Ihc Howell-Edwards chapel Satur
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock for
Richard Thomas Marshall, who
died at the family residence at
1285 Chemawa Road Monday.
Interment is to be in City View
Marshall, a Salem area farmer
for the past 20 years, was a na
tive of Cozard, Nebraska.
Survivors include daughters,
Mrs. Elmer Kncdler and Mrs. Le
lia Harris of Vcrnonia. Oregon,
Mrs. Lcola Nelson of St. Helens,
and Mrs. Roberta Harris of Kent,
Wash.; a son, James Marshall in
Calilarnia: sisters. Mrs. John 01
thofl of Salem. Mrs. Carl Grci
mann of Keithsburg. 111., Mrs.
James Paris of Rapid City, S. I).,
and Mrs. Oscar Anderson of Pow
ell, Wyo.
Side Bacon Loin Backs Old Fashioned
Dried Beef
351 State St.
JOURNAL. Salem. Oregon
Set Inspection
Dates for Navy
Two of Salem's Reserve units
will be inspected by teams from
the 13th Naval District in ApriL
First to be inspected will be
surface division 13-28, with the
date of that inspection April
29. The Seabee division 13-9
will be inspected the following
day, April 30.
Capt A. Jackson, Jr., reserve
coordinator for the 13th Naval
district will head the inspection
team for the surface division.
Others on the team will be Cdr.
W. , 1. Crawford, acting direc
tor of training, Lcdr. P. N. Evans,
Lcdr. L. B. Scribncr, Lcdr. R. A.
Berry, Lr. G. R. Swearingcn .and
Lt. J. C. Dinkel.
The Seabee inspection team
is to be inspected by a team
composed of Capt. V. A. A.
Uowell, Cdr. J. R. Cross, Lt. J. A.
Wasner and Lt. J. Brcslaw or
Lt. E. H. Belton.
Jas. Roosevelt
(Continued from Page 1)
As for the attorney's fees, the
court ruled that $2,000 was pay
able immediately and the balance
within 90 days. The court costs
were to be paid within 90 days.
The balance of the attorneys'
fees and court costs if any may be
fied at the time of trial.
Climaxed Sensational Hearing
The awards climaxed a sensa
tional four-day hearing in which
Mrs. Roosevelt, 38, said her hus
band. 46, was worth two million
dollars. He contended he was $72,-
185.15 in the red as of last Jan. 15,
including $100,000 he had bor
rowed from his mother, Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt.
The judge instructed his court
clerk to notify the opposing atlor.
neys. Neither Roosevelt nor his
wife was present.
In addition to naming the co
respondents, Mrs. Roosevelt in
cluded two letters in filing ncr
separate maintenance suit. They
were dated r cb. 25, 1946, were
signed by her husband and con
tained his purported admission of
Roosevelt has denied all the
charges involving the 12 women.
Airmen Told
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Calif., in April 1952 before going
to Korea, to give information free
ly in the event of his capture.
He said a captain whose name
he didn't remember told an indoc
trination class this was a new kind
of war and the old idea that a
prisoner should give only his
name, rank and serial number was
out the window.
Harris said the captain told the
Korea-bound fliers in effect:
"They're going to find out anyway
go ahead and tell them the truth
right off."
"Tell 'Em Anything" j
Later, in POW camps where he
wound up, Harris said he found 7o
to 80 per cent of all air personnel
had been instructed to "tell 'cm
anything they ask it can't hurt
The question for the court to de
cide is whether Schwable should
face formal charges in connection
with the confession he signed and
later repudiated.
Harris said that 10 or 15 per
cent of the POW-airmen he met
had been told to use their own
discretion on what to tell the Reds
if captured, and the remainder
cither had been given no briefing
or told to give no information be
yond name, rank and serial num
ber. Speaking forcefully and at times
with obvious emotion. Harris said
he had "nothing in the world hut
profound sympathy" for Schwable
TOKYO ii Japan's Foreign '
Office Wednesday announced the
signing nf a new 90-millinn dollar
Irade agreement with Argenlina.
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Capt. Glenn Bowman, left, and Deputy Sheriff Harvey Frank
um inspect hole in brick wall in county section of city jail
where prisoners attempted to dig their way to freedom Tues
day night.
Ex-GI Ready
(Continued from PaRts 1)
"The thought of having come all
this way in vain and of returning
as the Charlie I hated was un
bearable," she said. "So I man
aged to have this first operation
made unofficially. U happened on
kitchen table at midnight and
that's all I want to say about
that, but the operation almost
killed me.
It took Charlotte months to re
cover but then the Danish doctors
could t.ike care of her according
to the law. Injections and opera
tions followed. She spent months
in hospitals and clinics. Famous
professors and plastic surgeons
worked on her, mostly free of
charge because she could not af
ford to pay the bills.
Miss McLeod said she was in
the Army for three months in 1948
and got an honorable discharge
iur mcuicai reasons.
"Everyone could sec that I was
no soldier and that it was all a
mistake, she said.
Longer Insists
(Continued from Page 1)
l-anger called the capitoi offi
cers, as the Cahfornian pressed
his demand fnr a chance to testify.
Nobody found a warrant at that
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time and Wilson himself said he
then asked for protective custody,
a capitoi policeman accompa
nied him as he finally came to the
committee room's closed doors
where he waited an hour and a
half before he was called in.
The San Francisco indictment
charged Wilson hired a jeweler to
appear falsely as an eye witness in
behalf of Wilson's clients in an
automobile accident case. The wit
ness recanted and gave state's
evidence after another private in
vestigator produced movies show
ing that the jeweler was vacation
ing in Mexico at the time of the
accident. 1 ,
Langcr had said earlier that he
had received telegrams from Wil
son and Burr McCloskey saying
they would be here for the com
mittee session and asking to be
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Russian ship put in Wednesday for
lengthy repairs in this NATO
southern European headquarters
port, increasing concern over pos
sible Red spying on strategic Wes
tern bases.
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Eve. by Appointment
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Halt Escape
(continued xrom Paga 1)
Police officials estimated the
wall as being about 48 inches
thick, and said the prisoners prob
ably could have effected their
escape in about three more hours,
if they had not been discovered. ,
Prisoners in the cell ranged in
conviction from burglary, check
charges, illegal possession of liq
uor, all the way to such crimes as
car theft, and assault with a
dangerous weapon.
Only comment forthcoming
from city police officials was "we
need a new jail."
Facts on
high school
"Boy, 14, found intoxicated."
"School girl dies in drunken
driving spree." For the complete
story behind grim headlines like
these, read "First report on high
school drinking," in the Maicb
issue of Better Homes & Gar
dens. This authentic research re
port digs into the problem ai .
high school drinking and comes
up with facts both shocking and
encouraging. It's in March Better
Homes Gardens. On your
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Court Street
and HEAT
DIAL right
in tht hofidle.