The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, June 28, 1951, Page 3, Image 3

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    Stroms Will Offer
New Accident Law Coming
Salem—In an address to the people caused. The amount will be deter­ Unusual Program
j of Oregon Sunday evening. Secretary mined by the extent of the damage. |
CASH
COUNTS
at
Girod’s
Super
Market
ON THE HIGHWAY
at STAYTON
100 lb. sack SUGAR
$9.29
FOLGERS COFFEE
85c is.
2 ibs 1.69
FRYERS
FRESH PAN READY
$1 »39 each
EASTERN PICNIC HAM
45c
ib.
Fresh Ocean Caught
RED SNAPPER
37c ib.
SLAB BAI ON
BY THE PIECE
43C
lb.
PORK SAUSAGE
COUNTRY STYLE
49c
ib.
ASSORTED
Walter E. Stram, evangelist and
I of State Earl T. Newbry will serve but may not exceed $5,000 for death
notice on all motorists that they must or injury to one person, $10,000 for president of Dakota Bible College at
1 drive more carefully and be prepared death or injury to more than one Arlington, South Dakota, will present
to pay promptly for damage they person, and $1,000 for property a program differing from any pro-
cause in accidents or expect to lose damage a possible total of $11,000.
both their driving license and regis-
The security provisions of the new
i tration of ownership within 60 days, law do not apply if an uninsured
| under the state's new motor vehicle driver obtained a release from liabil­
safety responsibility law, which be- ity signed by all other persons to the
; comes effective August 2.
accident, receive a final decree of
Unlike the present financial respon- non-liability from a court, executes
I sibility law, which is repealed as of a written agreement to pay all dam­
i .^ugust 2, the new law does not allow age claims up to $11,000, or proves [
any motorist a free first accident, Mr. that his car was legally parked or .
Newbry will emphasize. It goes to was being driven without his con- |
work immediately following an acci­ sent at the time of the accident. If
W. E. Stram
Don Stram
dent, requires proof of financial re­ collateral has not been deposited or
sponsibility up to $11,000 within 50 one of these provisions met within
days thereafter, and compels enforce­ 50 days after the accident, suspen­ gram ever presented in Mill City,
ment of a suspension order within sion of both driving and ownership Monday evening, July 2, at 8 p.m.
President Stram will quote from
another 10 days upon failure to fur­ licenses becomes effective 10 days
nish proof in the form of insurance later—a total of 60 days after the memory 486 verses of the Holy Bible
relating to the general subject of
I or cash, he explained.
accident.
“It all adds up to this,” Secretary "The Triumph of The King of Kings.”
Because the new law operates so
’ swiftly, requires application of Its Newbry will comment: “The day Continents from various places where
j penalties automatically within specific when any driver or owner of a motor this program has been presented
> periods following an accident, and vehicle—whether it be a private pas­ indicate that it is entirely unique, and
: applies to all drivers involved in an senger car or commercial vehicle— supremely worthwhile.
Donald Stram, son of W. E. Stram,
accident regardles of fault, Secretary can become involved in an accident
Newbry will declare that the state and fail to pay for the damage he will bring vocal and instrumental
had obtained the co-operation of “the has done will end abruptly in Oregon selections during the interludes of
public spirited press and radio sta­ on August 2. They will either pay the presentation.
Mrs. Stram, a former Mill City
tions” in conducting a public educa­ in cash or pay by losing their motor­
tional campaign from now until the ing privileges. And those who can’t resident, will accompany her husband
enforcement date on August 2. The keep out of accidents will learn that and son on this visit. She will be
law provides, he will state, ample the Safety Responsibility Law gives remembered as the former Thelma
means by which motorists can pro­ the state an affective means of taking La Duke.
There will be no admission charge,
tect themselves and the public before them from behind the wheel perhian-
they become involved in an accident. ently, for the safety of the 85 per­ but a free-will offering will be re­
ceived for the Stram family, and
Here, briefly and simply stated, cent who drive lawfully.
“You can't duck this law, so don’t their work.
are the new rules that will apply to
motor vehicle drivers and owners on try it. It allows no free accident, it
Its her cousin, Patsy Newsome.
They
and after August 2, which will be has no technical loopholes.
explained by Secretary Newbry in penalties are automatic both as to also attended the rodeo while there.
circumstance and time. It doesn’t
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dark and family
his address.
say ‘may*—it says ‘must.’ So the
In the event of an accident result­ secretary could not set them aside if had as their Sunday dinner guests,
ing in death or injury, or any amount he wished— and this particular sec­ Mr. and M rs. Russell McLaughlin of
of property damage, every driver in­ retary, quite frankly, in view of the Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shaw and
volved must file a written report with conditions that exist, would not if S. K. Wells of Milwaukie.
Mrs. Louie Ray has been at the
the Secretary of State within 24 he could: Our new law was not en­
hours. Special forms will be pro­ acted lightly, it will not be enforced home of her son-in-law and daughter,
vided for such reports. Failure to lightly. It has been fully endorsed Mr. and Mrs. Don Schultz, near Scio
report is subject to a fine up to $100 by every safety organization, in the where she cared for the children
while Mrs. Schultz assisted in their
and suspension of driving or owner­ country.”
berry harvest.
ship licenses. If death or injury are
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Myers drove to
not involved, or property damage
Portland Tuesday where they at­
doesn't exceed $100, the security pro­
tended the funeral of Mrs. Myers’
visions of the Safety Responsibility
uncle, Mr. Henry Pfoff. Mr. Pfoff
Law do not apply to the accident.
passed away suddenly at his home
If any person was killed or even
By ELSIE MYERS
Friday evening.
damage exceed $100, however, the
Mr. Louie Ray narrowly escaped
security provisions apply promptly serious injury Wednesday evening
and things begin to happen.
while he and his son Lyle were re­
A driver who had in effect at the moving the motor from his car. A
time of the accident a form of lia­ tripod had been erected from which
bility insurance or bond which cov­ a chainblock had been hung to re­
ers damage claims up to $11,000, move the motor. The wire holding
automatically satisfies the security J the chainblock broke letting it hit
requirements of the law and has Mr. Ray on the back of the head. KEEP OREGON GREEN
nothing more to worry about, as far Had he not moved his head when he
as that accident is concerned, A did it would have caused serious in­
driver who was not thus insured at jury. Four stitches were necessary.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bickett, Phyllis
the time of the accident will be ad­
vised by the Secretary of State how Treva Sue, and Alice Fay drove to
much cash he must deposit to meet Sisters Sunday and brought Jackie
possible claims for the damage he who had spent the week there with
ELKHORN
Tasty Broiler Meals Save
Women Time and Work
LUNCH MEATS
59c
ib.
ELECTRICAL TIPS FOR THE HOME
—
If You Intend to Redecorate or Remodel This Foil ...
DON'T let ugly, makeshift elec-
trical extensions spoil the looks of
a newly-decorated room. They're
not only unsightly, but they're
also unsafe.
•*
DO provide enough convenience
outlets for all your lamps and ap­
pliances. Space them every 12 feet
along the wall and in smaller
areas of 3 feet or more.
Good Music
Shuffleboard
MEANDER INN
Where Friend» Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
MILL CITY
Gegrgc “Sparky” Dittrr
5---------------- =---------------------- _
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
FOOD LOCKERS
FROZEN FOODS
Davis Amusement
Carnival
at MILL CITY PARK
LARGE LEMONS
29C
June 28, 1 OS 1
3—THE Mil l t ill ENTERPRISE
io»
BENEFIT CITY PARK BOARD
TOMATOES
2
i>.
29c
FREE Admission to Grounds
CELERY
9c
ib.
»ALL CHILDREN
I NDER 12 YEARS
ADMITTED FOR
CANTALOUPE
9C
lb.
A TREAT ON US
WITH A $10.00
PURCHASE
OR MORE!
SAVE at
Girod’s
AT STAYTON
Broiled meals are healthful, economical and time-saving. Their
popularity is on the rise now that women are finding the really modern
broiler isn’t hard to keep clean. The Caloric ven-clean broiler is made
of seamless porcelain enamel with no crevices to hold dirt. And the
entire broiler carriage, with hi-lo adjustable rack and pan can be
completely removed for washing in the sink. Here are some delicious
brciier meals that are extra easy to prepare:
Tomato slices with mushrooms, grated cheese
I-amb patties rolled in bacon
Cooked sweet potatoes
Split sausages served with fresh horseradish
I.iverwurst slices, broiled with onion
Stuffed green peppers, egg sauce topping
Broiled kidneys. Canadian bacon
P eapi >> slices broiled, on buttered muffins
*
Whipped potatoes, onion, cheese, paprika garnish
Knotty Pine Paneling
Pioneer Flintkote Roofing
Boysen Paint
Kelly Lumber Sales
OPEN SATURDAYS
Phone 1815, Mill City
Russell Kelly, Manager
c
1 to 4 p.m.
Saturday
Davis Amusement Co.
AN OREGON OWNED AND OPERATED SHOW WITH A REPUTATION
FOR HIGH ( LASS OUTDOOR AMUSEMENT