Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on September 2, 1986 · Page 8
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Teamsters back Plaid Pantry strikers Statsman-Journal, Salem, Ore., Tuesday, September 2, 1986, 3B PORTLAND (AIM T.mut diiy to honor picket lines at 1'luid Pantry convenience Btores, where some clerks are seeking higher wages and other benefits. The show of support came as striking clerks established picket lines at four new Btores on Labor Day. Local 555 of the United Food and Commercials Workers is trying to obtain a contract for about 700 part-time clerks at 140 Pluid Pantry stores in Oregon and southwestern Washington. However, only about 200 of the clerks are tak ing purt in the walkout, according to Rosemary Reynolds, union spokeswoman. She said pickets were up Monday at 28 stores as union officials prepared for a long walkout. No negotiations have been scheduled. Reynolds said union officials estimate that customer counts at the stores being picketed are down 85 percent, But John Piacentini, owner of the stores, said his company's business was not being adversely affected. Reynolds said the clerks want a two-year con tract that includes lunch hours, Ineaks and medical benefits. "A lot of (the workers) are working 30 hours a week or better and aren't getting any benefits," she said, The workers also want a $1 increase in wages to $4.50 an hour, and an increase to $5 an hour in the second year of the contract. Reynolds said Piacentini's last offer was for no increase in benefits and a three-year wage freeze. The union also wants two clerks working in each store, for security reasons. AP photo Seeds grown by Ed Ammon, of Albany, will go into wildflower mix for Willamette Valley Seed and Grain. Profits blossom in the wild PORTLAND (AP) - Production of wildflower seeds has blossomed into a full-scale industry in the Willamette Valley. Between 1,500 and 2,000 acres of flowers in Oregon, 95 percent of the;n wildflowers, are cultivated for seed, according to Blaise Boyle, production manager for Daehnfeldt Inc. in Albany. Fields under contract for bachelor buttons, corn poppies, baby blue eyes and several dozen other wildflowers are brushstrokes of color on landscapes around Dever, Crabtree, Mount Angel and Silverton. Some flowers also are grown for seed around Medford, in Central Oregon and near Nyssa on the Oregon-Idaho border. The risks are high, but so are the rewards. Growers contract with the half-dozen seed companies in the valley who have bought wildflower seed for about three years. On the average a grower can expect to gross between $1,000 and $1,200 per acre. FREE HEARING TEST AUTUMN SPECIAL AUDIO HEARING AID SERVICE in the LANCASTER MALL is offering FREE hearing tests starting September 2-10, 1986 for their autumn special. In addition we will be cleaning and checking all hearing aids and ear molds. Tests also include complete evaluation on the FRYE FONIX 5,500-Z Electronic Computer. Do You Have Trouble Understanding In Noisy Background Situations? Audiotone's newly developed custom canal aid, which fits entirely in the ear, is helping all those who hear, but have trouble understanding. If you have difficulty understanding in noisy environments such as meetings, restaurants, and social gatherings. This is the answer to your problem. These FREE hearing tests will be conducted September 2-10, 1986 These Tests Are By Appointment Only. Remember, Nerve Deafness Can Be Helped. HEARING AID SERVICE Lancaster Mall Salem 581-6177 Guru's armored Rolls brings $120,000 price AUBURN, Ind. (AP) - An armor-plated Rolls-Royce limousine that once carried Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh outside the safety of his Oregon commune sold at auction Monday for $120,000. The 1979 Silver Wraith II was one of 17 Rolls-Royces, many still bearing Oregon license plates, once owned by Rajneesh and sold at the annual auction of the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Festival. Prices ranged from $57,000 for a 1982 Silver Spur to a conventional 1985 Silver Spur limousine knocked down at $155,000. Rajneesh spent $1 million outfitting the Silver Wraith limousine to James Bond specifications, including gun ports, bulletproof windows, tear gas canisters mounted beneath the fenders, and a remote ignition with a bomb detector, auctioneer Dean V. Kruse said. Herbert Livingston, a South Carolina fireworks importer and car collector, bought the richly painted, two-tone green over ivory, lace-patterned car after two minutes of fast bidding. "It's going in Herbie's Antique Car Museum" in Charleston, he said. Livingston said he might lease the limousine to anyone, including the president and the military, who needed a high-security car. Many of the RollB-Royces offered at the auction sported similarly intricate custom finishes patterned after Rajneesh's visions of the sea and sky and the Japanese kimonos he favored. The finish alone on one model was appraised at $37,000. The guru's collection of 85 Rolls-Royces was purchased for $6.2 million last November by Dallas entrepreneur Robert Lee Roethlisberger after the Rajneeshpuram commune was dissolved. A Texas probate court directed the sale of the cars after Roethlisberger died April 20 of a brain tumor. During the three days of the auction, scores of other classic cars, including Bentleys, Mercedes-Benzes, Jaguars, and American models such as Auburns, Packards and 1957 Chevrolets were sold. A brightly colored 1956 Bentley once owned by former Beatle John Lennon sold for $79,000 to a Worcester, Mass., man, Leo Du-trem, who said he owns a chain of suntan shops. A 1928 Packard rumble seat roadster once owned by Clark Gable went for $67,000 to Blackhawk Col-, lections of San Francisco. Coast Guard ends search for shrimp boat GOLD BEACH (AP) - A Coast Guard search for an 80-foot shrimp boat with five people aboard was suspended Monday evening. The effort failed to turn up any trace of the missing vessel. Quartermaster 1st Class Jim Hinde with the Coast Guard's North Bend unit said the searchers were recalled at 6 p.m. The Astoria-based shrimper, the Liebling, was reported missing Thursday when it failed to make scheduled radio contact with three other shrimp boats in the Pacific Ocean near Port Orford. On board the vessel were its operator, Dale Dixon, 40, of Astoria; his three sons, Rusty, 18, Jason, 14, and . Caleb, 7; and crewman Mike Goer-gen, 26, of Brookings. r-C ADVERTISEMENT FUNERALMEM0RIAL INFORMATION Funeral Notices Robert Ernest Wagon Services pending at CHAPLE OF THE GARDENS. 1350 Com'l SE. for Robert Ernest Wason of Salem who died Saturday, Au-KUstTO. Earl Everett Baumann Transfer will be made to Mount Vernon. Mo., for services and interment at Fossett Funeral Chapel. Mount Vernon. Mo., H5712. Local arrangements are bv HOWELL-EDWARDS-DOERKSEN CHAPEL OF THE GARDENS, 1350 Com'l SE. Survivors include his sons, Earl E. Baumann Jr.. of Keizer, Dr. Billy B. Baumann, Bloom-field Hills, Mich.: step-daughter. Marian Dunlap, Tiard: sister. Lorene Whitley, Chanute. Kansas; and five grandchildren. WillardW. Craig Tuesday. September 2. private family services, 1 p.m. First Baptist Church. Survivors include wife. Robbie M. Craig, Salem: daughters. Lynn Craig Garmon. Salem. Christi Craig. Salem: sister, Marsella Richardson. Fair Grove. Mo.; son-inlaw, Frank C. Garmon, Salem; grandchildren. Heather Craig, Tony Michael and Shannon Michael, all of Salem. Private interment. Arrangements are by VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL. 605 Com'l SE at Oak. Betty Winter Sunday, August 111. Survivors include husband, Noble E. Winters; sons, Walter W. .lensen Jr., Weiser, Idaho. Sydney A. Jensen, Salem, James M. Jensen, Dallas . Texas; daughters, Geraldine Moore, Victoria B.C. Canada, Patsy E. Smith, Salem; brothers, James M. Reagan and Albert Reagan, both of Port Angeles Wash.; sister, Thelma Kimbrell, Norfolk. Va.; 22 grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren. Memorial services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at the main lounge of Salem Alliance Church. Contributions to Mid-Willamette Valley Hospice, P.O.Box 2292. 97.108. Arrangements bv HOWELL-ED-WAHDS DOERKSEN CHAPEL OK THE GARDENS. i:!5fl Com'l SE. Funeral Notices Arnold A. Meyer Memorial services Wednesday. Sept. 3. 2 p.m. at BAR-HACK FUNERAL HOME, 205 Church Street SE. William A. Jacobi Tuesday, Sept. 2, II a.m. VTR-GIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL, 605 Com'l SE at Oak, interment with military honors in Willamette National Cemeter, Portland 2 p.m. Contributions to Royal Oaks Baptist Church Memorial fund, 4600 Swegle Road NE, Salem. 97;i01. Robert Ernest Wason Thursdav. Sept. 4, 10:30 a.m., HOWELL EDWARDS-DOERKSEN CHAPEL OF THE GARDENS. 1350 Com'l SE. Private interment at City View Cemetery. Survivors include his wife. Lynnette Marie Wason, Salem: daughters, Shari Lane DeLong, Vale, Laurel Van-Fleet. Virginia Beach, Va., Diane Thompson, Salem; sons, Bryan Wayne Wason, Vale, Matthew Shane Wason, Vale, David Thompson, Corvaliis, Michael Thompson, Salem; parents, Ben and Loretta Wason, Wilder, Idaho: sister, Shirley Pryor, Portland. Contributions may be made to the Chaplin's Fund at Valley Community Hospital in Dallas or the Salem Hospital Foundation. Evelyn Pearl Pearsall Thursday. August 28. Survivors include daughter, Eva Bentlev, San Jose. Calif.; brother. Arlo Pugh, Salem: sister, Florence Tracey, LaPine Oregon. Betty Hagen, Truth or Consequences. N.M.; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services 1 p.m. Tuesday. September 2, HOWELL-EDWARDS-DOERKSEN CHAPEL OF THE GARDENS, 1350 Com ! SE. Interment in Bekrest Memorial Park. Viewing will be from 3 to 9 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday. Contributions to Evelyn P. Pearsall Memorial Fund in care of the Lake l-abish Community Evangelical Church or Mission Mill Muwum. Funeral Notices A. Elizabeth Dietrich Tuesday. Sept. 2, 11 a.m. City View Garden Mausoleum. She was a pianist of concert level and had continued to play until very recently. She was a member of the Salem Bridge Club. Arrangements by VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL. 605 Com'l SEat Oak. Wilmer E. Lamb Thursday, August 28. Survivors include wife, Beverly Lair.b; daughter, Jan Karcher, Vancouver, Wash.; son, Doug Lamb, Longbeach. Calif.: brother, John Lamb, Seattle, Wash.; sisters, Barbara Jones, Portland, Gertrude Petteys, San Diego, Calif., Patricia Doolittle, Santa Barbara, Calif., five grandchildren. Memorial services Wednesday,. September 3, 1 p.m. HOWELL-EDWARDS DOERKSEN CHAPEL OF THE GARDENS, 1350 Com'l SE. Contributions to Humane Society of the Willamette Vallley or thOtegon Symphony. Eric O. Olson Memorial services. Tuesday, September 2, 2 p.m. VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL, 605 Com'l SE at Oak. Contributions to American Heart Association, 2121 SW Broadway Ave., Port-land. 97201. Funeral Directors Restlawn Funeral Home 201 Oak Grove Rd N W 585-1373 Barrick Funeral Home 205 Church Street, SE 363-9139 RIGDON-RANSOM COLONIAL CHAPEL 299 Cottage, NE 363-3173 KE1ZER CHAPEL 4365 River Road N, Keizer 393-6666 Funerol Supplements "DEATH INFORMATION A 24 hr. recorded message 371 1567 Two men die in plane crash JOHN DAY (AP) - Searchers found the bodies of two Hermit-ton men Monday in the wreckage of a light plane that crashed in the Strawberry Mountain area, The Oregon Civil Air I'atrol identified the dead men as the pilot, Jerry Johnson, and his passenger, Curtis Seifert. They had left Hermiston early Saturday for a two-day fishing trip to the McDermitt area on-the Oregon-Nevada border. The crash occurred between Strawberry and Canyon moun tains about l.r) miles southeast of John Day. The plane hud been the subject of a search since Saturday, when officials at the Hermiston Airport determined the men had not arrived at their destination and did not refuel at Burns, as they had plunned. The wreckage was spotted early Monday and searchers reached that morning, Johnson was a Hermiston-area veterinarian, Seilert was a line-man for Umatilla Klectric Cooperative. PURCHASE or REFINANCE RATES M.B.I. Has The Lowest Rates In Years! ARE From To From To na3o0ftl Q3Q0n; 15 Year Fixed Rate Wt bAVt YUU IIML... With 24 Banks and Savings & Loans to choose from. WE SAVE YOU MONEY... We can show you how to save tens of thousands o dollars over the lite ot your mortgage. THE RIGHT MORTGAGE AT THE LOWEST RATE. We listen to your needs and goals and will find the right mortgage for your individual needs. Mortgage Brokers, Inc. 860 Lancaster Dr. S.E., Salem Oregon CALL 585-5223. DOWN! i , & . Left to Right: Standing: Tom C. Golden - Randy Garner - Elmer Reuland Seated - Virgil T. Golden - Tom P. Golden Attention To Detail A funeral service is a very personal time for family and friends. To be a source of strength and comfort for all involved, the funeral must be conducted smoothly and quietly. That requires staff to receive both friends and family, to coordinate parking, to direct pallbearers, to coordinate last minute details with the minister and musicians, to receive and arrange floral tributes, to answer questions, and to see that other funeral home activities don't intrude on the funeral. At Golden's, adequate licensed and trained staff members are present and available at all funerals we conduct, insuring that all goes as planned. Golden's Funeral Service. Always there to guide and support at a difficult time. Telephone: 364-2257 Virgil T. r GOLDEN Funeral Services 605 Commercial SE at Oak across from the Salem Public Library u QXQfflHB CongoleunV LOOK AT TOM'Si You'll find THE LARGEST SELECTION WE HAVE EVER OFFERED on display at Tim's now. 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