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Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon • Page 7

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Statesman Journali
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Salem, Oregon
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7
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i 4 Statesman, Jan. 7, '62 (Sic Fhis Week at Salem Schools Portland 9 Are Due Giant Mura Prepared by Keizer Students Lake Oswego Monday night include Cunimings, Toll in '62 Starts PORTLAND (AP) An ante- some cases coincide with parent meetings. Future sessions include an emphasis on mathematics in February and on science in March, Elementary schools meeting Boy Rescues at 7 and at 7:30 pjn. Auburn, Brush College, Bush.1 Four Corners, Hazel Hoover; Keizer Liberty, Middle Grove, Pringle, i chmond, Salem Heights, Lake Labish, and West A mobile skidded into a store build-! ing Saturday; and killed the cat, Doyle H. Duffield, 53, Portland.

Mother in Fire Salem. Meeting at jn. are Caa- It was the first traffic dalaria. Clear Lake, Grant. Mc- of the year Jn Portland.

"2 1 i Kinley, Sunnyside, and Highland. LAKE OSWEGO (AP) A 17- A witness said the engine raced hi ill. i.a; Most of the schools not holding year-old boy rescued his mother from their burning home early as if the throttle were jammed, and that the car skidded oft Vm'Z street into a parking lot and against the store walL 1 the "What Why How" programs have- similar material planned for parent club meetings, school officials point out. Saturday, Harold Wheeler said the smell Segregation In Louisiana Held Unlawful ALEXANDRIA. La.

(AP)-A 3-judge Federal Court ruled recently that Louisiana laws requiring segregation at bus and tram terminal facilities are unconstitutional The decision was based on the court ruling that the state laws of smoke "awakened him about "4 The junior high school schedule Tuesday night includes1 Judson. ajxi. and he ran to a neighbor's Parrish, Waldo and Walker at 7:30 Yankee Unit house to summon help. p.mJ and Leslie at 8 o'clock. t' When he went back, he noticed The second in a series of four "What Why How" nights sponsored by Salem School District in most elementary schools and all secondary schools will take place this week, featuring social studies.

Twenty-one of the district's 32 grade schools will present programs Monday night, the junior high schools will take Tuesday night and the senior high schools Thursday night Teachers and principals of the various' schools will demonstrate what is being taught and how it is taught in the social studies field. ManySubfacts -V Social studies include history, geography, economies political science, sociology and social psychology. Students begin social studies in the first grade learning about immediate surroundings at home and school. All 12 grades include social studies classes. School' officials, somewhat discouraged with a light turnout in November, for the first of the series of programs, said individual schools will have more latitude in their presentations next week than was the case in November, when teacher committees prepared program; outlines for all schools to follow.

With this in mind, several of the schools 'are workine ud visual-aid his! mother, Mrs. F. R. Wheeler, Both North" and. South Salem high schools will have programs 52,1 was not outside yet He ran Quits Berlin at 7:30 clock Thursday night into the one-story bouse, found his i i mother in her smoke-filled bed imertere witn interstate com room, and carried her to safety.

BERLIN (AP) A U.S. combat 5 Gambling Device Transport: Bill He said flames were shooting from the kitchen and, furnace company heading for training in West Germany completed a move room. Slated If. 1 Firemen said the inside of the house. was almost completely de merce and deny equal protection of the law guaranteed by the 14th r- Atty.

Gen. Jack Greniillion indicated the state would appeal the decision. The appeal would go directly to the U.S. Supreme Court. The 3-judge court will prepare a decree announcing its order within 10 days.

Meanwhile, the stroyed. WASHINGTON AP Rep. Or Mrs. Weeler was treated' for smoke inhalation at a Portland en Harris, announced recently that hearings would start hospital, where attendants later Jan. 16 on a bill to prohibit trans said her condition was good.

portation of gambling, devices in court said segregation will re I The cause of the fire was not interstate and foreign commerce. Harris, chairman of the House main. determined at once. Commerce stid similar bills have been recommended by Atty. Gen.

Robert F. Kennedy ment out of Berlin- recently via the Communist controlled auto bahn. The Army said the final element of Co. 3rd Battle Group, 6th Infantry, cleared the Soviet checkpoint without incident. Earlier groups moved out Wed nesday and Thursday.

Such movements over the -110-mfle highway through East" Ger many have been denounced a provocative by the East Germans' and Moscow. But the' Communists so far have made no overt efforts to, them. -J The company of nearly 200 meals expected to start returning to BerlinUits permanent next week. 1 Earlier, the special federal tribunal dismissed a claim by Louisiana that an indispensable party was omitted from the suit that ECUADOR GETS $4 MILLION QUITO, Ecuador (AP) The Ec- as part of a crackdown on or presentations or group discussions ganized crime. Kennedy probably sought an end to continued terminal segregation in three Louisiana parishes will testify at the hearing.

to go with a general discussion of social studies. Wide Rtprtsentatioft 1 uadorean government got a U.S. government check for $4 million recently to help balance the budget It was the first installment of A law already on the book covers slot machines. The pending bill would broaden the definition Gremillion filed three motions 5 's, The presentations are aimed at an $8-million loan under the Alli including one that said the Louisi ance for Progress program. The ana Public Service Commission should be made a party to the to cover other kinds of gambling machines, including pinball ma parents and all other residents of the school district, and are not a paretn club meeting, although in loan runs 40 years, without interest.

chines. siut hold similar programs during the week, Applying the final touches to a Pacific Northwest history murajl are (left to right): Pat Smith, Jody Conner and Julia KEIZER Students in Mrs. Lois Sauer's fourth gradt classroom at Keizer School art readying a largo I mural for use In the school's "What-Why-How Night" program Monday evening. Most district schools will Orcutt. (Statesman Photo) Lewis Die in Plane Crash Army Captains From Ft.

flight and crashed from an I un The two took off from Gray Field at 6:30 a.m. on a routine at Alaska. Their widows live at Ft. Lewis. known cause about a mile east of here about 8:45 Mason Asian Common Market To Be.Urgedfby Japan County sheriffs office got between 30 and 40 calls that a plane was I SHELTON, Wash.i (AP) Two Army captains flying out of Gray field, Ft.

Lewis, were killed when their 1 i twin-engine plane crashed on a heavily-wooded slope Saturday. 3 i An Army spokesman identified th-m as Cant. Thomas K. Wpsn. down.

.1 will make Jhe proposal TOKYO (AP) The Ja; A sheriffs deputies ground party reached the scene on foot 3 and radioed the two meiejwere oead. at the Bangkok "meeting of the Economic Commission for Asia and Far East starting Jan. 10, the agency said. government favors the creation of a body to study the possibilities; of establishing an "Asian common market," the news agency Kyodo said I Low clouds had pivented an z. wnose parents uve at moux Iowa, and Capt Terry T.

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