Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on December 18, 1961 · Page 2
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2 (Sec. I) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Mon., Dec. 18, '61 Another Storm Looms Tonight (Story also on page 1.) High winds Saturday which led to four deaths in the mid-Willamette Valley abated somewhat Sunday but . McNary Field weather- Bowles Stales US. Can't Let Conao Go Red WASHINGTON (AP) Chester Bowles, special foreign affairs adviser to President Kennedy, said Sunday if the Congo goes Communist "we would be forced to move ourselves and not through the United Nations but perhaps unilaterally, whatever was required." Appearing on a taped TV program, Bowles was underscoring his argument that unless the United Nations with U.S. support-can prevent Katanga Province from seceding the Congo is doomed to civil war and chaos in which a Communist takeover vould be likely. ' "Nasty Situation" Bowles commented: "This is a nasty situation, but I think our best hope is to demonstrate through the United Nations that Katanga can not move out of the Congo, but hat it should negotiate with the Leopoldville government. Ve are trying to promote negotiation." Later, he said: "If the United Nations fails in the Congo, the implications of our moving in unilaterally, or with some of our allies, to stop a Communist takeover would be very dangerous and infinitely more costly, both in dollars and American lives, possibly. "Would B Disastrous" "I don't say that we would do this, but this certainly would be an alternative we would have to consider very carefully, because to allow a Communist takeover I think would be disastrous to our interests." Bowles likened the U.N. fight to unify the Congo to the struggle in the American Civil War to de-fed the principle of union. An interviewer noted that critics of U.S. policy claim Katanga is merely seeking self-determination. Cartwright Clan 'Father' Marries HOLLYWOOD (AP) -Actor Lome Greene, 46, who plays the father of the Cartwright clan in the "Bonanza" TV series, was married Sunday to Nancy Ann Deale, 28. She is an actress and artist under the name Lisa Cummings. They -met three years ago in New York when both were doing stage work. It was Greene's second marriage. E5H Max, Min. . 47 40 ' .30 .09 1.53 .29 .17 .68 .68 .32 .51 Astoria Baker 41 Bend-Redftiond 38 Eugene 48 Klamath Fall 36 Medford 48 Newport 51 North Bend 53 Portland , 50 6alem 45 21 29 39 24 37 39 44 39 3 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Max. Mln. Prclp Ancnorase Albuquerque Atlanta Bismarck Boise 4 8 40 44 20 45 26 36 46 40 38 -39 60 61 37 81 38 49 61 79 28 77 35 30 52 51 48 35 61 55 45 37 23 36 5 34 19 34 35 17 31 -45 46 56 18 68 32 33 48 74 9 63 30 14 37 38 42 22 45 48 35 30 .64 Boston Chicago Cleveland Denver Detroit Fairbanks Tort Worth Galveston Helena Honolulu Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles Miami Beach Mnpls.-St. Paul New Orleans. New York Omaha Phoenix Reno Sacramento Salt Lake City San Diego San Francisco Seattle Washington .26 .02 MO .40 1.12 .10 .06 .03 .31 .97 .75 Today's forecast (from US. Weather Bureau. McNarv Field. Salem: Increasing cloudiness with rain and strong southerly winds by evening. Partly cloudy and occasional showers -Tuesday. High today 45. low tonight 38, and high Tuesday 40. Willamette River 4.9 feet. Temp. 12:01 a.m. today 39. Salem Precipitation Since start of w eather ' year Sent.' 1 To Date Last Year Normal 11:12 14.62 15.01 Dec. 18 19 20 21 21 23 24 8CNRISE 7:45 a.m. 7:46 a.m. 7:46 a.m. 7:47 e.m. 7:47 a.m. 7:48 a.m. 7:48 a.m. SUNSET 4:32 p.m. 4:33 p.m. 4:33 p.m. 4:33 p.m. 4:34 p.m. 4:35 p.m. 4:35 p.m. Tide Table (Tafr, Ore.) Complied by U.K. Coast & Geodetic survey, roruano. ore High Water Low Waters Dec. 18 19 20 Time (it. Time Ht. 18 0 1 2 1 -0.6 2 4 0.9 9:07 am 10:25 pm 9:50 am 11:25 pm 10:32 am 7 4 5 1 7 5 S 3 7.0 3:05 am 4:36 pm 3:59 am 5:25 pm 4:48 am 6:10 pm men warned that another storm is due to hit tonight. The winds extended through Western Oregon and Washington, causing extensive minor damage and several freak major accidents. Reports of mid-valley damage continued to filter in Sunday. They included: A crossbar at the State and 12th Street crossing of Southern Pacific railroad tracks torn loose and hanging across traffic signal I wires. Power outages all over the area, including several where wires were down. Several windows High Winds Cause Fire at Marshall's SUtesmin News Service FOUR CORNERS High winds that broke neon sign tubing were apparently responsible for a minor fire Sunday night at Marshall's Inn, 381S State St. The broken tubing caused a transformer under a roof to smoke up, said Four Corners firemen, who got the call about 8:50 p.m. Some smoke got into the rear of the night spot but firemen quickly blew it out. No damage was reported. blown out. Christmas decorations battered and torn. Many trees down. On Amity Town Square An 89-year-old maple tree, more than 100 feet tall, down on the town square at Amity. Part of the tower blown off Amity High School. Tin roofs blown off the Gene Rohde barn just outside Amity, McCoy warehouse south of Amity, and Perrydale grain warehouse. Harry Mason machine shed, formerly part of McCoy School, blown down in McCoy. Ed Zunck's pumphouse roof blown off in McCoy. Zunck's son, Floyd Zunck, severely stung" while trying to right beehives blown over. Thirteen hundred block of Fir Street in Salem blocked for a time Sunday by fallen limbs. Tin roof at Crabtree blown clear across Jefferson - Lebanon Highway. Buoy Driven Ashore And at the Coast, gusts up to 85 miles an hour were reported. Yaquina Channel entrance buoy was ripped from its mooring and driven ashore. A panel truck driven by Frank Vance of Waldport was spun broadside by a gust on Highway 101, crashed through a guard rail and stopped inches from a 100-foot drop onto rocks. Vance was not seriously injured. Many crab fishing vessels raced the storm back to Newport and some lost some of their gear as they were swept by 20-foot breakers over the bar. iftintf is i"U3 FUR TRIMMED COZIES Delightful surprise gift in dainty metallic thread on pastel with fur topping only. Sizes 4-10. Theater Time Table CAPITOL "BLOOir AND ROSES"': 7:13. 10:19. "TERROR OF THE TONGS": 8:56. i ELSINORE "THE DULUM PIT AND THE PEN-: 8:19, 10:33. DANUBE": 7:28. 9:45. HOLLYWOOD "TUNES 9:39. "BOAT'S 9:22. OF GLORY" : 7.17, A POPPIN": 7:00, Rites Pending For Victims of Tree Tumble (Story also on page T.) Statesman News Service INDEPENDENCE-Miss Glenna Gail Sharp, 20, was killed Saturday, and her stepfather, Lloyd Gourley, 43, died Sunday of in juries received in the same auto accident. A huge cottonwood tree fell on their car near Highway 99W five miles north of Monmouth during the height of a heavy wind and rainstorm sweeping Western Ore gon and Washington. Miss Sharp's half-sister, Gour-ley's stepdaughter, 7-year-old Su san Gaines, remained in critical condition Sunday night in Salem Memorial Hospital. Miss Sharp was born at Dallas and lived in Salem, West Salem, West Virginia and Eugene before coming to Independence in 1953. Besides the unconscious child in the hospital, she leaves her mother, Mrs. Eflna Gourley, Independence; father, Emmert Sharp Eugene; one brother, Donald Erwin Sharp, Ridgecrest, Calif.; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Christian Sharp, Yakima, Wash, and Mr. and Mrs. Webb McElvain in Colorado. Gourley also leaves his mother, Mrs. Martha Gourley, a brother, Melvin Gourley, and a sister Mrs. Howard J. Platter all of Albany. Arrangements are pending at Friesen mortuary in Dallas. Rogue River Basin Works Are Urged WASHINGTON (AP) An Army Engineers report on flood control and water resource development of the Rogue River Basin, Ore- recommends early construction of some works in the area. Rep. Edwin R. Durno, R-Ore., said the report by district and division engineers released Sun day presents a general plan for comprehensive development of the basin water resources. It has been referred for review to the board of engineers for riv ers and harbors. The report recommends early construction of reservoirs and other works at the Lost Creek site on the upper Rogue River, at the Elk Creek site on Elk Creek in the Upper Rogue River Basin and at the Applegate site on the Ap-plegate River. FUR COLLAR MOCCASIN Such warmth and comfort in choice of seven Women's sizes 4-10. Children's sizes 9-3. Top Salem Heights Fireman Is Selected Veteran fireman and instructor Cecil L. Dill was selected as Lib erty-Salem Heights Fireman of the Year for 1961. The presentation was made at the department's annual Christmas dinner Sunday at the fire station on Sun-nyside Road SE. Chief Norval Hirons made the presentation. Dill is fire training supervisor for the State Department of Education and has been a member of the Liberty-Salem Heights volunteers since July . M, at which time he was appointed department drillmaster by Chief Hirons. Dill, 4338 Oakman St. S, served with the Salem fire department for eight years prior .to joining the volunteer group. He was president of the Marion County Firemen's Association for 1961 and is secretary of the Oregon Firemen's Instructors Association for the 1961-62 year. He is the coordinator of the department's training schedule and supervisor of thr.ee department training officers. In making the presentation, Chief Hirons said, "although his state department duties take him away from town for a large portion of his time, he still' arranges his schedule to fit in with the fire department's curriculum, plus answering a major share of the alarms during the year. The addition of Dill to the department has meant a great deal towards the good training program and a fire record which the department enjoys." About 125 persons, mostly wives and children of volunteer firemen atended the dinner. Former Portland Fire Battalion Chief Eddie Boatwright showed movies of a fire demonstration at Gervais which the department participated in. South Africa Is Rocked by Explosions By RICHARD KASISCHKE JOHANNESBURG, South Africa AP A series of explosions rocked South Africa late Satur day night and early Sunday shortly after handbills appeared calling for "sabotage against government installations." The blasts were believed the work of a new African underground organization fighting racial segregation. Among the places hit were a suburban post office, several native affairs of fices and an electric power sta uon, mainly around Johannes burg and Port Elizabeth. Police were posted around post offices and other public installations in all South Africa's major cities to guard against new bombings. A police spokesman claimed everything was under control and said a nationwide investigation is under way to find the dynamiters and break up their suspected organization. The handbills calling for sabotage were printed in English and Zulu and signed by an organization calling itself "Umkonto we Sizwe (Spear of the Nation)." colors. h CPCP r FIRST QUALITY NYLONS r ' SEAMLESS DRESS SHEERS OPEN SUNDAYS AFTER CHURCH FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Open Mon. Through Fri. Nights Til 9 Until Christmas 405 COURT ST. N.E. OVER 300 KARL'S SHOE STORES IN THE WEST Cecil Dill ill III V.;J:'. S5 ' 'J , 'i. ' 14 it Vft 'W rt !' Cecil L. Dill, namedLib-rty-Salam Htights Fira-man of th Yaar. Atoms which normally vibrate vigorously, are almost completely still at 450 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. DOORS OPEN 6:45 P.M. (TONES of GuSftY TKCHNICOLOTC Alec Guinness mam WW UNt ASTWI JOHN MILLS Color "BOAT'S A POJWN" DOORS OPEN 6:45 P.M. the diabolical classic w w w w m Vincent Price it John Kerr Color Ftaturutttt """ WAIT DISXEY'S "DANUBE" WA CAPITOL & ELSINORE FREE PARKING AFTER 6:00 PM. AT HANK'S PARKING LOTI DOORS OPEN I 6:45 P.M. u mm mumm Technicolor SPINE-TINGLINNG CO-HIT twtfERROR OMSTOMtM Iti YVOMNff MONlAUt OFWt GS CHILDREN'S BEADED few m ipui fee. MOCCASIN What wonderful snuggiies and with a fur collar, too! In four colors. Children's sizes 9-3. 67k 3.7V 71 Negroes in Louisiana Jail Refuse Meals BATON ROUGE, La. (AP)-Seventy-one Negroes in jail here for antisegregatjon demonstrations refused regular meals Sunday.; But, said Warden Thomas T. Edwards of the East Baton Rouge Parish jaiL at least some of them were eating candies from the jail commissary and fresh fruit brought in from outside. Edwards said they turned down the jail's Sunday fare, which usually includes fried chicken, two vegetables and potato salad. About two-thirds of them are men, including some top local officials of the Congress of Racial Equality and the Rev. B. E. Cox, CORE field secretary from High Point, N.C.; Jerome Smith, chairman of the New Orleans unit of CORE, and David Dennis, CORE field representative for Louisiana. Many of the prisoners are students at Southern University for Negroes here freshmen and sophomores. They were a rested Friday after police used tear gas to disperse A real saving Tasfy Cube Steaks . Yummy H ' FOOD CENTERS vsm steak Del Monte SAUSAGE ROLLS 3 Roth's SMOKEY SAUSAGE Z1' 2:J Bar 'S' LUNCH MEATS Z,.,. 4 "t 1 Facial Tissue Chiffon Assorted (? bom 400 (I. d) U Eggs Grade AA Largo . . . . Salad Oil Oysters Shrimp Pacific Maid l oi. siio . . Crackers AERO SNOW SNOWDRIFT 3 lb. Can CRESCENT CASHEWS Lb. Bag Wax (5)177! U.S. Concerned Over Goa Fi (Story alto on page 1.) WASHINGTON (AP) -Top State Department officials viewed with concern Sunday night the Marquette to Be Sentenced Today PORTLAND (AP) Richard L. Marquette is scheduled to be sentenced Monday for first degree murder in the slaying of Joan Caudle, a Portland housewife, last June. Marquette, 27. was convicted last week by a circuit court jury, which recommended life imprison ment. demonstrators protesting the earlier arrest of 23 sit-in demonstrators at white lunchrooms. Cox was charged with inciting to riot and with conspiring to incite to riot. The others were booked on vari ous charges, Including illegal use of a loudspeaker, obstruction of a highway, illegal picketing and vagrancy. Under CORE'S "jail instead of bail," they remained in jail. P-0 Toilet Tissue Waldorf Anortod 4-Roll pack 4 1 Capitol Irand For all frying OT. Capitol Fancy Small Size iVvn, can . SNACK Nabisco Assorted v Boxes 9 1 1 W for Paper ? rudolph Reindeer REG. 98 c Very cutt for cither a gift or decoration. ea. TO This Is our last salt for our Christmas Trimmings . . . SAVE NOW 5 -Roll Ribbon Ripple Tie . . u Reg. 9k Regular 79c size Now . . . tor trimming STAR KIST CHUNK TUNA Ho. Cans for DOLE PINEAPPLE No. Vi Flat Sliced ght Indian attack on three Portuguese provinces in India but decided to withhold any action in the United Nations until the situation is clearer. Secretary of State Dean Rusk held a hastily called meeting with his top aides after the announcement of the invasion by Indian troops of Goa, Diu and Damao. A high-ranking official who attended the meeting said the United States will wait and see what Portugal does, both in the United Nations and in India, before taking any action. He made it clear, however, that the United States strongly disapproves of the Indian attack. "This is a classic example of the use of force by one of the most moralistic members of the neutral bloc," the official said. For several weeks the United States has been urging Prime Minister Nehru to seek a peaceful settlement of the dispute. In some quarters here there was fear the Indian move will spur Indonesia to seek a military solution to its long-standing dispute with The Netherlands over sovereignty of West New Guinea. For the Girls or Boys Bike Drawing ... To Be Held at 5 P.M. Saturday, December 23rd. Register as many times as you wish all week. You need not be present to win . . . FREE! BIKE DELIVERED DECEMBER 24th. No. Oregon Ruuefts Save Now fr.,$1 Sweel ASSORTED NUTS :9 Mix mr match . . . Walnuts, Almonds, Filbm-t, Bratils, Pecans . . . $ your chalet ORANGE JUICE FISH STICKS Breaded SHRIMP '.l4?.. 79 Potato Chips Albrtson's Brand . . . Crisp, fresh, always crunchy & TRI-PACK . SO THAT OUR EMPLOYEES MAY ATTEND THEIR ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY WE WILL (LOSE AT 7 P.M. WED., DEC. 20th $S Oven-Fresh Caramel CINNAMON CUPS Regular 69c doz. Now Fresh From Our Clean Kitchen DOZEN 49' 59' f m I Pauls ... Tummy 1fi uieese vaice i" Bread Albertson's Butter Top White er Whole Wheat FOLKS LOVE OUR FRIENDLY STORE AND OUR EVERYDAY LOW, LOW PRICES . . . 111 II I 1 I I II II I 111 I 2945 Wt Reserve the Right te Limit Quantities Store hours f a.m. te 9 p.m. daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday Prices Effective December, 18, 19, 20, 1H1 Key Slipped From Purse Helps Escape Statesman Nwi Sarvlc WOODBURN - Two inmates of MacLaren School for Boys escaped Sunday after one slipped a car kev from his mnw. ff A A tV V4 IVt MB purse during visiting hours. m t . . ... acnooi authonties; said Tom Graham, 15, Multnomah County, and James Jernipan alsn Washington County, sped away sbout 1:30 p.m. in a car owned by Graham's parents. ine vehicle was found abandoned about 45 minutes ..later in tho Canby area but there was no trace of the escapees, police said. Authorities said Graham's moth-er was at the school canteen for a visit with her son when, without her knowledee. he man?wl to get possession of the car key. The two boys then made up an excuse to leave the room. Two Children Killed BROWNWOOD. Tex. (AP) Two children burned to death when fire destroyed their home at the small town of Early in central Texas Sunday night. Th victims were Bobby Hajek, 6, and Harvey Hajek, 4. 2 POTATOES Grown . . . Potatoes 1. 5c lb. Minut Maid Frozen A $1 f cans I Four Fishermen 16-ox. Pkg. Frozen 49 good. . . c 1 loaves liborry Rd., S.E. f Al A VI I" AT 4

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