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Salem, Oregon, Saturday, April 27, 1957
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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
MOSCOW UPI Th Vr.mlln
Is acting with restraint toward
the situation In Jordan. The
chances are this is part of Mos
cow's current campaign of peace
ful coexistence with the West.
There is little doubt that the
Soviet leadership is disturbed and
unhappy about the turn of events
Jn Jordan in the last couple of
weeks, especially after the eains
pro-Soviet elements appeared to
oe maKing were.
Moscow has stepped into simi
lar situations in the past with dec
larations, propositions and ulti
matums. In the past It has not
been hesitant to suggest that
Soviet "volunteers" might want
to rally against imperialists, as it
did during the Suez crisis last
But thus far in the Jordan
crisis, only a vast silence has
emanated from the Kremlin along
this line. The official press has
not even carried a full-fledged
editorial on the subject.
All the papers have done is to
carry a selection of press reports
from Damascus, Cairo and other
points, all carefully culled to dem
onstrate the anti-Western point of
view. But in the communist way
of doing things these republished
press reports are strictlv an un
official reflection and do not com
mit the Soviet government in any
i There are Westerners here who
Tielieve the reason for the Krem
lin's restraint up to now is that
a Moscow blast at this moment
would strike a sour note in the
current chorus of peaceful co-
existence aimed at the West
Britain, in particular.
Still, a thunderous statement on
Jordan cannot be ruled out and
the Western colony here includes
some who believe one is coming
wimin me next lew days.
DENNIS THE MENACE -By Ketcham
INDUSTRY FAIR OPENS
HANNOVER, Germany W)
The annual Hannover Industrial
Fair, West Germany's biggest
machinery show, opens Sunday
with a record number of official
vistors expected from the Soviet
bloc. Hannover is coming close
to East Germany's Leipzig in de
veloping into one of the world's
most important meeting places of
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flu SHOULD SO AT NIGHT SOMETIME. JUST
Ways, Means Committee Okays
Budget for Higher Education
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON FOK THE
COUNTY OF MARION
' PORTLAND MORTGAGE CO.. an
CHARLES EDWARD SMITH and
VERNA SMITH, husband and
wife; WERNER B. BROWN; VEL
MA HUGHES; DAY HEATING
CO., an Oregon corporation; ERN
" EST DRAKE; ALP LARSON, dba
APEX ELECTRIC AND PLUMB
ING CO.; APEX ELECTRIC AND
PLUMBING COMPANY, an Ore
gon corporation: FRED W.
SMITH, dba FRED W. SMITH
' LUMBER YARD; TUM-A-LUM
LUMBER COMPANY, a Washing
ton corporation: WALTER HEW
ITT; LEWIS HITZMAN; OLLIE
SCHENDEL and HELEN SCHEN
DEL. dba SCHENDEL'S FLOOR
COMPANY; H. L. ELFSTROM,
also known as ROBERT L. ELF
STROM, and RALPH M. EYRE,
dba R. L. ELFSTROM COMPANY;
SAFFRON SUPPLY CO.. INC , an
Oregon corporation; MORRIS H.
" SAFFRON and ISAAC H. SAF-
FRON. dba SAFFRON SUPPLY
. COMPANY: OREGON BUILDERS
. HARDWARE, INC.. an Oregon
. corporation; PERCY CROFOOT,
. dba FUTURE INSULATING
- COMPANY, and THE COMMER
CIAL BANK OF SALEM, an
Oregon banking corporation.
To: Defendants CHARLES EDWARD
SMITH and VERNA SMITH, husband
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON you, and each of you.
arc hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against
you. and each of you. in the above I
entitled court and cause on or before I
the exolratlon of four weeks from I
the date of the first publication of
this Summons; if you fail so to ap
pear and answer, plaintiff for want
thereof will apply to the above en- i
titled court for the relief prayed for ;
in its complaint, to-wif.
(a) For a Judgment against dc- !
fendants CHARLES EDWARD SMITH I
and .VERNA SMITH, husband and I
wife, in the sum of $11,000.00 with j
Interest thereon at the rate of S1-,' '
per annum from and after November I
7. I'jsu: the lurtncr sum 01 ii.iuo.uo i
as reasonable attorneys' fees herein;
the further sum of 143.75 for search-
lng records: and for plaintiff's costs ;
end disbursements Incurred herein. I
lh for a judgment and decree that
plaintiff's mortgage is ai first, prior,
valid and existing lien upon the real
property desTibcd as: Lot numbered
Seventeen (17). Block numbered Five
(51. Re-Subdivision, of LAUREL
SPRINGS ADDITION, Marion Coun
(cl For a Judgment and decree that
the mortgage of date February 22,
1(156, recorded March 6, 1056. in Vol
time 434. at page 53, of Mortgage
Records of Marlon County. Oregon,
jbe foreclosed; and that the title,
'Jfclalm, Interest or demand of defend
ants, and each of them. In and to
said real property subject to said
mortgage as described above, and
every part thereof, saving and ex
cepting the right of redemotion be
Id) for a judgment and decree that
the real property above described
with all its appurtenances, rights,
privileges and easements be sold by
the Sheriff of Marion County, Ore
gon, on execution after giving notice
required by law: that any party to
this suit may be a purchaser at said
Fale: that said purchaser be let into
the immediate possession of said real
property and every part thereof; that
aid Sheriff give to any such pur
chaser a Certificate of Sale, and after
the time allowed by law for redemp
tion unless said property be redeem
ed, a deed: ana that plaintiff shall
have JudgmenUe against the defend
ants CHARLES EDWARD SMITH and
VERNA SMITH, husband and wife,
for any deficiency in the judgment
prayed for herein after the applica
tion thereto of the proceeds from the
alp of said prooerty.
i el That the court, upon the filing
of this complaint, appoint a receiver
of the mortgaged property and of the
rents, profits and issues thereof with
the usual powers and duties, includ
ing the power to manage, repair,
maintain and control the mortgaged
property and to rent the same and
to collect the rents and profits and
Issues thereof during the pendency
' this foreclosure.
(f) And for auch other relief at to
the court may seem mete and equit
able in the premises.
This summons Is published by ord'
cr of the above entitled court made
and entered on the 7th day of March.
15". directing publication of this
aummoni once a week for four con
secutive weeks In "The Capital
Journal." a newspaper published in
Marion County. Oregon
CAKE. JAUREGUEY. HARDY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
A-1220 Equitable Building
Portland 4. Oreeon
f)te of First Publication March 30.
Xlstr of Last Publication April 57
A budget of $44,216,366 for the
Board of Higher Education for the
1957-59 bicnmum was approved and
sent to the house by the Joint
Ways and Means committee Friday.
The sum approved Is approxi
mately $8 million higher than the
figure In the budget but Sen. Jean
Lewis, chairman of the subcom
mittee which handled the budget.
said that proposed repeal of 2.4
mill property tax levy, which has
been offset by income tax funds,
brings about a loss of $8 million
By eliminating the millage tax, all
funds for . higher education will
come from the general fund
Under the bill given committee
approval a total of $1,346,000 for
academic salary increases, cut out
of the Smith budget, was restored..
Sen. Lewis told the committee
that, as a result, a 20 per cent in.
crease can be given to all mem
bors of the academic staff, and if
vacancies in the staff arc not filled.
this increase could go up to 25
The subcommittee also restored
$50,000 for a lower Willamette Val
ley Experiment station and like
sum for additions to the Union Ex
To augment the required ap
propriation, the committee insist
ed upon an increase in student
fees to $6 for resident students and
$11 for non-resident students each
Library Plan Approved
Despite determined opposition on
the part of Rep Robert Duncan
(D), Medford, the committee ap
proved $154,078 for library serv
ices, in rural areas. This sum will
be augmented by $180,000 of fed
eral funds in 1958 and $76,000 in the
Duncan declared that all budgets
dealing with education presented
to the committee were higher
than the sum granted two years
I have talked to people in my
district and found no demand for
Sen. Lewis said that the com
mittee heard from many people
from rural areas, including the
Medford area where Duncan hails
from, and all urged that the rural
library services were needed.
Court Budget Approved
A budget for the Oreogn Su
preme court of $446,365 was ap
proved. The court had requested
$452,565. However, the committee
added $2,532.20 to the budget for
the supreme court library, to pro
vide lor a salary increase for the
librarian, bringing this budget to
$74,107.57 for a two-year period.
An appropriation to the State
Board of Control of $150,000 to be
used in purchasing property be
tween Capitol, Court, Chcmeketa
and 12th streets for parking pur
poses, was approved by the com
mittee. Secretary of State Mark
Hatfield had requested $300,000.
but the committee felt that half
this amount would be sufficient to
begin the project, intended to fur
nish oil-street parking for state
employes. A fee will be charged
for the parking privileges.
Of Taking Horse
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore! Wl
Marvin J. Walker, 36, was found
innocent of the charge of horse
stealing by a circuit court jury
here r riaay nignt.
He was accused of taking a bay
horse after a neighbor, H. R. Rob-
bins, refused to sell it to him.
The trial lasted a week in the
court of Circuit Judge David R.
SUNDAY, April 28th
TIME TRIALS l:30v P.M. . RACES 2:30 P.M.
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Don't Miss It! Today and Sunday
Salem lions Clubs Annual .
FREE HOME &
State Fairgrounds Grandstand
3 p.m.-8 p.m. Both Days
Featuring the Famous
SING LEE SING FAMILY
Drawings .Held. Just
Before Each Stage Shew
See! 80 Exhibits
WE ALL HAVE OUR DREAMS
Yes, we all have our dreams.
Perhaps sometimes, they are mere projections
of our selfishness . . . hopes unfair to others . . .
ambitions dangerous to ourselves.
But often, they are healthy, honest aspirations
. . , opportunities which zeal deserves . . victories
which justice demands.
Is it wrong to dream such dreams? Does God
frown on honest hope and love?
Of course not! Rather, God has given us minds
able to dream, and souls courageous enough to
seek the difficult even the impossible.
But the Divine Architect helps man to model
his castles in the air, and provides the tools for
their building. With faith and the guidance of the
Church a man may realize hopes and aims which
a cynical world calls futile.
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Ph. Em-2-1750 1115 N. Commercial
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OSCAR ENGER AGENCY
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State St. Ph. Em-2-4505
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545 North Capitol
HUTCHEON PAINT STORE
Painta Varnlshea Wallpaper
Ph. Em-36687 162 N. Commercial
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