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no designation of east or west. the new signs goes ' In the spring of Jaycee chapter took mouths and appointed Schlegel, Don Robinson Drushella to titles of some of the thoroughfares only confusion to unfamiliar with the his committee map, which three was approved by the About a dozen street- on Albany's hew battl waanH wonr Schlegel's two-year of the committee, had only a handful street signs on despite the long cam ball was passed to Graham, who took chairmanship. years ago the previous administration approv of new signs. New ordered from the Sign Co. of McMin- of the past ad forgot, however, to directional indications. later, last spring, Turn to Page Two) To Nab Groups Ala., June 18. E. Folson, acting order, today ordered enforcement 'off icers terrorist groups in the shortly after the passed en anti-mask-ing to bring into the of night-riding action was an . which he said in effect until the a state police officer. Gunshot Fatal To Fairview Man LEBANON, June 18 (Special) Laro C. Burford, about 49, died at the Lebanon hospital last night from a .22 calibre gunshot wound in the head, inflicted as he was leaving the Frank Bewley home at Sodaville at 11:30 o'clock. Linn County Coroner Glenn Huston said his investigation has revealed' that Burford .had"be'e'h at the Lebanon hospital for several days for a check-up on a suspected heart condition but had left the hospital in a taxi for his home near Fairview, on highway 20 southeast of Lebanon, early in the evening. Burford returned to the hospital in a highly nervous state, the coroner learned, and his physician had instructed a nurse to give him a sedative but while she had gone to prepare it he left the hospital through a lower floor window. Later, the coroner found, Burford appeared at the Bewley home and borrowed the rifle, indicating he was going hunting with companions waiting for him "at the foot of the hill' a quarter of a mile from the Bewley residence. . Bewley heard Burford call out shortly after departing: "Want to hear a shot." He thought nothing of the matter and returned to the house to turn down a radio, but upon returning outdoors he heard Burford writhing on the ground 100 feet from the house. On discovering the wounded man's condition Bewley summoned aid and Burford was taken to the hospital. Mrs. Bewley was unable to explain whether or not her husband might have committed suicide. Willamette U. Coach seven-car caravan which Carnival queens through Queen Clara Bishop 83-year-old native of who now lives in over the reunion. Elect Directors Highlight of this schedule is an election who will direct the through the next year. Girl Scout Troop window display with an early Second place winner Brownsville Times third place was L. B. Morse Real win-low. Judges were Albany Jaycees The parade was program in the North grove, where the held since 1893. Willis Gives Main Millard F. Willis, Albany Rotary club, main address of the music was furnished Brownsville high quartet and soloists. Ka-loma, a Warm Springs sang. A horse show was to presented in the afternoon, a program, highlighted address by the Rev. of Albany. Tonight the Warm Indians will present pageant, followed dancing in the grove Preceding the pageant, be awarded at the Last night the first of the Hiawatha warmly received by a The cast of SO Indians different dances. Yesterday afternoon, Pearson, state treasurer, the reunion crowd "Lest We Forget." He that pioneers are not they are always with "Oregon is the last our great nation," "and the recent our state has been just in its history as the