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Page 2 Section 1
Declining Income in
State Cited by Porter
LEBANON (Special) Figures on
Oregon's declining per capita in
come were given by Congressman
Charles 0. Porler at a no hosl
Jiinch mceling in the Dinetlc Fri
day, where he and Gov. Robert
D. Holmrs answered questions
' and comments from an audience
, representative ol most ol Linn
; County .
Oregon's per capita income has
bocn decreasing for four and a
' half yea.rs. Porter stated, and lor
the first time is below the na
tional average. Housing starts are
-at a low point, he added, and
Awhile federal lax collection for the
' past 10 years is up 105 per cent
Jfor the nation as a whole, it's up
"only 80 per cent for Oregon, show
ing a 25 per cent lag in compari
,:ton with the rest of the country.
Reasons for Ihe decline, he said,
;can be attributed to absence of
, defense industries; to cessation of
"the power program: to Oregon's
being largely a one-industry stale;
,to lack of trade or insufficient
"trade with countries across the
'Pacific; and In Oregon's having
rbeen a one-parly stale for years
" with resultant complacency and
lack of endeavor toward advance
ment. Gov. Holmes commented on a
; bill soon to be proposed to create
a development commission that
would have the full weight of the
. executive office back of it.
'; " One of Oregon's problems in (he
. past has been a lack of close work
ing liaison between the state's
chief executive and representatives
in Congress and the Senate, Gov.
In reply to questions about a
possible relationship between ply-
Small Boy, Match
In Maclcay Kara
? Slarl Usual Fire
" MACLEAY (Special) - Prompt
' action by the Four Corners fire
department and neighbors saved a
barn from complete destruction by
lire on the Carl Klecn farm Fri
day. '' About a ton of baled hay stored
!bv4h barn was saved, but several
'imJl dollars damage was
caused, to the barn.
" A small boy with a match start
d the blaze.
LEBANON (Special Confer
ence rally for Zone Christian
Youth Fellowship in Linn, Benton,
Lane and part of Lincoln counties
will be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
in the First Christian church in
Albany, according to an announce
ment by Gerald Sawyer, zone di
rector. Plans for camp and election and
installation of officers are on the
asenda. Sawyer will be camp di
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THE SAN SHOP n'rtZ7JLlr i0
Portland Read at
For Orders to Go-Phon
wood imports and the current ply
wood industry slowdown, Porter
stated that the "tight money"
policy and slow housing starts ap
pear to have a much closer re
lationship, and that imports do not
appear to be major factors.
' Tariff Rejected
stated that he would
AUMSVILLE The Aumsville
Cemetery Assn. will meet Saturday
afternoon in Bethel Church to elect
a director, a secretary and a
treasurer for one year terms and
to set the dale for a clean-up day.
LEBANON Teenage services
will start at Pentecostal Church
of God Sunday at 6:30 p.m. with
Mrs. Susie Miller in charge.
LEBANON Dr. Sydney Walker
of Portland, interim pastor at
First Presbyterian Church, will
be honored with Mrs. Walker in
Harden Hall Sunday night by sen
ior high school members of t h e
church. Dr. R. I. Oaughcrty is
MILL CITY-Mill Cily Rainbow
girls will make a door to door
canvass in Mill City and Gales at
fi:30 p.m. Tuesday In assist t h c
American Cancer Society fund.
Mrs. C. M. French is Mill City
MT. ANGEL "Contemporary
Art in Ihe Churches" will be Ihe
subject of a talk by the Reverend
John Domm of Central Catholic
High School, Portland, Tuesday, at
7:30 p.m. in the Mt. Angel Wom
en's College auditorium.
LEBANON Linn county's 27 ex
tension units will climax- obser
vance of National Home Demon
stration Week with a Homcmakcrs'
Festival here in the IOOF hall
Tuesday, according to Eula Win
termote, county extension agent.
In Crash Suit
DALLAS (Special) A damage
suit has been filed in Polk County
Circuit Court by Leon and ,F,s
tclla St nil against Garth Tbencll.
The defendant is charged with
failing to drive on the right side
of the road and operating an auto
at a high rale ot speed, also at
tempting to pass when the way
was not clear.
According to Ihe suit, the plain
tiff received severe Injuries to his
body and Mrs. Still! suffered a
deep cut on her forehead and scalp
among other Injuries. Ihe plain
tiffs' son, it is charged, also sus
tained various injuries.
Special damages of $1,731, $7..
500, general damages and $10,000
punitive and exemplary damages
are asked by Stull. Mrs. Stull asks
$10,000 general damages and $10,
0O0 exemplary and punitive dam
The suit involves an accident
Sept. 5, 1955 on the Willamina-
Turner Huh Rummage
TURNER (Special The Metho
dist rummage sale sponsored by
Ihe WSCS opened Thursday at Ihe
V. R. llogsed home where the
garage is used for the clothing
and other articles (or sale. Mrs.
Selma Hogscd, general chairman,
is assisted by other women of the
Society, and the rummage booth
will be continuous. The Hogseds
reside one block south ol Ball
MONMOUTH (Special! - The
American Legion Post and Auxil
inry have announced two boys and
a Rirl In represent Monmouth at
Beaver Hoys and Girls Stale. The
Legion will be represented by Dar
retl Brant and Claude Hilderbrand
will represent the M o n m o u t h
Chamber of Commerce. Anita i
Palmer will represent the Auxil- '
'HOR7H CAPIT0L AT HOOK.
WHfRC THE FOOD GOOOI
tor Crf Vt
He stated that he would not
favor a tariff on imported ply
wood unless it is found that small
plywood operators can't survive
without it, and that he favors, in
general, a reciprocal trade policy.
Gov. Holmes stated in reply to
questioning" that he is "still driving
for the full amount i$38 million)
in basic school support increase,
but il's belter to be unified on a
compromise basis than to have the
"One of the best things that has
tome out of this legislature." he
said, "has been financial raises
for our college teachers."
Douglas Bradley of Jefferson.
president of the South Sanliam
Water Control District, outlined a
preliminary tour of farms along
the river before a tour of Green
Peter dam site.
AMITY (Special)-For the first
time in the history of Amity High
School, 10 of the top 11 students
in the graduating class are boys
and seven of the 10 are athletes.
This is an answer to the question
"Are athletes good scholars?"
The grade averages are com
puted as an over all picture of
the our years In high school. Head
ing the list is Larry Kellncr, ath
lete with a 3.75 average; Ken
Marx, athlete 3.47; Allan Polvi,
athlete 3.45; Lee Gusa, 3.33; Tony
Meeker, athlete 3.2H; Dennis Unit
ke, athlete 3.10; Sue Castccl, 3.05;
Ronnie , Warrick, athlete 2.1)4;
George Patly, 2.89; Abe Ehlers,
athlclc 2.B7 and Ralph Lyman 2.85.
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Allied Chemical 811
Allis Chalmers 35 ',4
Aluminum Co. America 93 i
American Airlines 18 ',
American Can 4.1
American Cyanamide 78
American Motors 6
American Tel. & Tel. 177
American Tobacco 75 '
Anaconda Copper fifi 'a
Armco Steel 55
Atchison Railroad 25 'i
Dcthlehcm Steel 45
Hoeing Airplane Company , , 47 Mi
Horji Warner 44
Burroughs Adding Machine 45 XA
California Packing 43
Canadian Pacific 34
Caterpillar Tractor 90 V
Celonese Corporation 18 '.
Chrysler Corporation 7!l 'x
Cities Service 65 14
Consolidated Edison 44
Crown Zellcrbach 51
Curliss Wright 44
Douglas Aircraft 79 Vi
du Pont dc Nemours 191 i
Eastman Kodak 92
Ford Motor . 58 Mi
General Elcclric 63 Vi
General Foods 42 i
General Motors 41 '
Georgia Pacific Plywood .10 ?
Goodyear Tire ' 8(1 Vi
International Harvester 35
International Paper 95
Johns Mnnville 47
Kaiser Aluminum 42 Vi
Kennccolt Copper 1IB V4
l.ibhy. McNeill 12 ,
Lockheed Aircraft 45 -b
Loew's Incorporated 19
Montgomery Ward 38
New York Central 30 Ji
Northern Pacific 42 T
Pacific American Fish 13 ai
Pacific Gas Ic Kleetric ' 49 '
Pacific Tel. & Tel. 127 M,
Penney I.I. C Co. 80
Pennsylvania Railroad 20 1
Pensi Cola Co. 2.1 'k
Philco Radio 16
Puget Sound P i L 28 ,i
Radio Corporation 37
Ravonier Incorporated 28 l2
Republic Steel 53
Revnolds Metals 57 '
Richfield Oil m
Safeway Stores Inc. 68 Tii
St. Regis 33
Scott Paper Company 55 'i
Sours Roebuck A Co. 26 i
Shell Oil Co. 84
Sinclair Oil 64 '
Snconv-Mnhit Oil 57 H
Southern Pacific 44 xi
Standard Oil California 51
Standard Oil N. .1. 59 i
Sludrhnkcr Packard 7 '
Sunshine Minine 7.1.
Swill & Compnny 37
Tnmsamerica Corporation 40 'a
Twentieth Centurv Fox 26 N
Union Oil Company 57 3
Union Pacific 28 '
United Airlines 28
United Aircraft 76 5
United Corporation 7
United Stales Plywood 3'! v(
United Slates Steel 63
Western Union Tel. 18 'i
Weslinchniise Air Brake 29 '
Westinchnuse Kleetric 58 1 1
Wonlwnrth Company 44
Open 6:45. Starts 1:1S
KMIS SATI RDAY
"IHE DESPERATE HOURS"
"TRIBUTE TO BAD MAN"
"THE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGHTER"
"23 Pace) to Baker Stud"
C.l.i Opin 4:45 Shw l Dw.k
"HTWtlN HIAVf N ANO Hill"
"In. P.il.tt Own Alive"
Marilyn M.nfft., 0n Murray In
Van Jaatmon, V.r. MIm In
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Prize Awarded To
Mrs. W. J.Nazarof f
WOODBURN (Special) '
With only ten cake decorating
lessons Mrs. W. J. Nazaroff of
Woodburn was chosen grand
sweepstakes winner Thursday
In a "cake fair" in Portland.
She was judged as Ihe best
cake decorator In 70 entries.
Mrs. Nazaroff had just com
pleted a course In cake deco
rating In a Woodburn adult
evening class, sponsored by
Woodbiirn High School in Ihe
adult education program. Her
entry was a tiered wedding
cake which won first prize in
the tier cakes classification.
STAYTON (Special) Departing
from the usual custom, Stayton
Union High School has decided to
hold an awards night prior to com
mencement, instead of combining
the two. The increasing length of
graduation exercises brought about
the decision, school authorities
Some 32 different types of medals
and awards are slated for presen
tation on Friday evening. May 17.
Included will be the valedictorians
and salutatorian's awards as well
as scholarship medals for those in
the upper 10 of the class.
Others to be bestowed include
medals for citizenship, leadership
and participation in activities,
along with Ihe Girod sportsman
ship and character award, and the
Gay. Lesley award lor the most
personable girl in the senior class.
Presentations to students will be
made by the various departments
of the school. Several athletic
achievement awards will be given
that night also.
To Leave Army
Lt. Col. Oliver S.-Olson, former
i of Woodburn. will reti
Army service April 30.
Olson, prescnlly at Fort Ord.
Calif., as Chief of Ihe Command
Maintenance Inspection Team, is
,i veicran oi ivoria war I and
World War II. He rrnnrlr.H r,...
duty with the Army for World War
n in acpiemoer. isio. as bat
talion commander of the 162nd in
lonlry regiment of the Oregon
Prior lo being assigned to duty
at Fort Ord. Cnl. nUnn umc ciu.
tioned at Munich. Germany. He
nis nrsi service with the U.S.
Army in 1917 as an enlisted man
and in February, 1921 was com
missioned a second lieutenant.
Unit Seats Staff
LYONS (Special -Thc Lyons
Fxtensinn Unit hrM lie A n i l
meeting at the Methodist Church
for installation nf nffirrre Mre
J. L. Karnosh, Linn County exten
sion secretary, was present and
installed Ihe followine: Hplnn .Inhn.
slon. vice-president; Janice Sav
Mrs. Karnosli and each new of
ficer was presented with a cor
sage made by Martha Cruson. The
topic of hie day was "Holland"
wilh Jacquie Smith in charge.
The next meeting will ho lnv
23. with (he topic "Living within
u tiours, wun r.uia wintormoto.
Linn County extension agent, in
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Sunday feofure Times
THE CAPITAL, JOURNAL
Salem Driver Unhurt
In Collision at
' LEBANON (Special) - LaVcrne
Hawcs, 25, of Rt. 1, Lebanon, was
fatally injured Friday when a fuel
truck he was driving crashed into
a bread truck and turned over in
the Narrows on Highway 20 three
miles west of Sweet Horn.
He ws employed By Industrial
Trucking Corp. of Lebanon.
The accident was investigated by
Linn County Coroner Glenn Hus
ton, who stated that the .sawdust
truck was apparently out of con
trol, and that the bread truck driv
er, James Nightingale of Salem,
had apparently driven to a side
of the highway and stopped when
he saw the other truck approach
ing in a weaving manner. Night
ingale is employed by Master
Bread Co. He apparently suffered
only minor scratches.
Hawes was unmarried, a veteran
of the Korean War, and had been
living with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Hawes.
Besides his parents, he is sur
vived by three brothers and three
Services are pending at Jost's
Dr. Martha Springer, professor
of biology at Willametle Univer
sity, llhaca, N. Y June 30-Aug-
The six-week series of lectures
by outstanding men in the field
will be ottered to 40 college bot
any teachers in the U.S. selected
by the foundation.
Prior to her arrival for the sum
mer course, Dr. Springer will at
tend the standads and recognition
committee meeting of the AAUW
in Washington, D.C., June 16-18,
of which she is a national commit
tee member, and then travel to
Boston for the national AAUW
Set by Churches
MONMOUTH (Special) The an
nual May Fellowship Day which
is sponsored by the Methodist and
Presbyterian woman's organiza
tions will be Friday May 3 at the
Calvary Presbyterian Church in
Independence. A covered dish
luncheon will be served at 11:45
a.m. and coffee and rolls will be
Mrs. Jack Edling, Monmouth, is
general chairman. Assisting her
from Monmouth will be Mrs. Jack
Morton and Mrs. Clifford Corley.
From Independence will be Mrs.
Ed Moffitt, Mrs. Robert Duncan,
Mrs. Gus Fisher and Mrs. E. R.
Polio Session Set
DALLAS (Special) Polk
County chairman of March of
Dimes. Mrs. Harvey Barlcl an
nounces that a meeting of the
March of Dimes committee and
all other interested will he held
Monday, at ft p.m. at the Dallas
Music shop. Especially invited are
all the doctors of Polk County
and chairmen of Dallas. Grand
Ronde. Perrydalc, Independence
and West Salem.
IN Tift u'"'"-'
HEAD OFF AT!
Hear Career Talk
STAYTON (Special I Designed
around the theme "Your Future is
What You Make It," Career Day
was held at Stayton Union high
school Friday. Arrangements for
the annual event were made by
the Stayton Classroom Teachers
Assn. of which Mrs. Mayme La
Voy, high school instructor, is
A general assembly was held at
9 a.m. with flag salute led by
Noel Lesley, who also was an
nouncer. The invocation was given
by Shirley Freeman, student body
chaplain. Richard Duncan, Stayton
attorney, was speaker.
Boys were addressed by T. J.
Fry of the state apprenticeship
council. Bureau of Labor. Mrs.
Mary K. Haller, Homemaking De
partment, Adult Education Section,
Oregon Public Schools, advised the
DALLAS (Special) Accepting a
position as superintendent princi
pal at Days Creek, is Jarry Bur
den, a teacher in the Dallas school
system for. the past five years.
He will be superintendent of the
grade and high school and will
also act as principal of the high
school which is situated 40 miles
south of fjoseburg.
BUTTEVILLE (Special) -An-
other 4-H club has been organized
with Mrs. Beryl Brcithaupt as the
leader. Ihere are seven members
in the club, Susan and Candy
Peters of Aurora; Betty Bair and
Francis Sample, of Donald: Nancv
Crisell, Dawn Bertrand of Butte
ville and Richard Racette of Far
go. This is a flower club and the
youngsters chose the name "Jun
ior Countryside Gardeners." Each
member of the club has an office,
uawn Bertrand is the president.
Mrs. Breithaupt gave each mem
ber a pansy plant which they are
tc care for and enter in the flower
show on May 18 and 19 sponsored
by the Countryside Gardeners of
The one having the best plant
at that time will receive an award
of a dozen pansy plants from Mrs.
Brcithaupt. Next meeting of the
group will be at the home of the
leader on Thursday, May 2.
STARTS SUNDAY AT 1 P. M.
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girls on family relations and home
making. From' 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. a
panel discussion was held with
Mrs. Claude Phillips, Dr. Leslie J.
Carson, Dale Crabtree and Ray
Ftitz, participating. Mrs. Phillips
is secretary of the Paris Woolen
Mills; Dr. Carson is an optome
trist, Crabtree is an attorney, and
Ffltz is a druggist.
The period from 1:30 p.m. to 2
p.m. was given over to an inter
mission during which entertain
ment was provided. Immediately
following, a period was devoted to
speakers from the armed services
for the boys, while the girls heard
talks on professional training, such
as teaching, social service and
M-T. ANGEL ABBEY (Special)
Examples of 500 years of printing,
from 1450 to 1950, will be shown
to the public when Mount Angel
Abbey holds its annual open house
on Laity Day, Sunday, May 5.
According to Rt. Rev. Abbot
Damian Jentges, O.S.B., a portion
of the rare book collection owned
by the Abbey will be displayed on
10 tables in the hillside gymnasium
to illustrate the development of
Very Rev. Martin Pollard.
O.S.B., Prior, and Rev. Barnabas
Rcasoner, O.S.B., librarian, will be
in charge of this display.
Adding interest will be the show
ing of work done at the Benedictine
Press, under the direction of Rev.
James Koessler, O.S.B. Examples
of the weekly national newspaper,
monthly national magazine, three
school publications and numerous
booklets will be shown. Tours of
the press buildings will also be
conducted during the day.
A primary purpose of the annual
open house is to acquaint the pub
lic with the life and work of the
seminarians who are studying or
the priesthood. Classrooms, dorm
itories and dining rooms as well
as the Abbey Church and Crypt
Chapel will be on the visitor's
The American Bible Society dis
tributes Scriptures in more than
100 languages. s
ENDS "SPIRIT OF
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Salem, Ovep-on, Saturday, April 27, 1957
11 New Members in
' At School
STAYTON (Spccial)-Sigma Al
pha Chapter of the National Honor
Society initiated 11 new members
at the Stayton Union High School
gym this week.
Initiates had been tapped earlier
at an assembly held in the school.
I'hey included Audrey Darby, Clay
ton Emery, Terry Frost, Lovena
Helsel, Joan Kinsman. Letha Lier-!
man. Myra Small, Norman Stud-
Lnick, Leslie Teague, Rebecca Toep- ;
fer. and Claudettc Olson.
The prelude was played by Janet
Clarke, and the Rev. Clyde Free- i
man gave the invocation. The flag I
pledge was led by Noel' Lesley.
The High School Glee Club sang,
directed by Roger Danielson.
Speaker was Albert Logan. Ph. '
D., assistant professor of chemis-;
try, Oregon Slate College, who
told of his sabbatical year during
which he served as an exchange
professor at a university in Thai
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Featuring the Rangerettes' Singing Trie
"The Northwest's Finest 8-Picce Western Band"
Aumsville Pavilion Every Sat. Nile
At Crystal Gardens
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rnmnricincf the ritualistic tnam
were Marlyn Shelton, president;
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lcr, scnoiarsnip; ntn Lesley,
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Response was made by Super
intendent Merlin L. Morey. A
reception lor new memoers fol
lowed the initiation rites.
Other members of Stayton Chap
ter are Dee Davison, Jerry Gib
son, Arlene Minten, Jim Morgan,
Lynn Rodich and Louann Schlies.
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