The Capital Journal from Salem, Oregon on October 8, 1948 · Page 17
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i Local Paragraphs Local Meets Monday The Central Howell Farmers Union local will meet Monday night at 8 o'clock with Lyle Thomas of West Salem, state secretary, discussing measures to be on the November ballot. Irvins Are Parents Mr. and Mrs. William Irvin, formerly of Salem, are the parents of a daughter, Kathryn Leotta born at the Santa Rosa, Calif, hospital August 29, according to word received by friends. They have another child. Return to Stayton Mrs. Robert Henshaw and infant son, who have been at the Salem Memorial hospital, are now at their home in Stayton. Wiens Have Son Rev. and Mrs. Lee Wiens, 1980 Hazel avenue, arc the parents of a nine pound 11 ounce son, Levi Henry, born at the Salem Memorial hospital Wednesday. Rev. Wiens is pastor of the Keizer Community church. Grandparents are Mrs. Eugene Savage, Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wiens of Dallas, Mother Dies A. N. (Gus) Wysong of the state board of control office received word Thursday morning of the death of his mother, Mrs. Mary C. Wysong, in the Robert Long hospital, Indianapolis, Ind., Thursday. Besides the son here a brother in the east survives. Baggerly Rites Monday Final rites for Mrs. Florence Baggerly of Nampa, Ida., sister of James E. Schultz, Woodburn, will be held in Portland Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock with vault Interment at Lincoln Memor ial park. She was the wife of Doyle L. Baggerly and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred Schultz, also of Woodburn. Given Grandparents Mr' and Mrs. O. P. Given, Turner, are the grandparents of a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Given at a Portland hospital October 8. The little girl has a brother. Going to Oklahoma Mrs. George Higgins of the Roberts community, is leaving for Bar-tlesville, Okla., Saturday. She expects to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Carpenter and two children, for several months. Saddle Club Program The Salem Saddle club will present an elaborate "fun night" program at the State Fair grounds r stadium at 8 o'clock Friday eve-' ning with Sherman Bostrack and Glenn Conklin in charge. Conk-. lin will be in charge of the trail ride that will cover the territory planned for last Sunday's program that was postponed on account of rain. About 30 horses are now stabled at the fair grounds. Calves for a program of roping will be assembled over the week-end. Zeller on Staff Robert Zel-ler, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Zeller, 1795 South Church street, Salem, has been appointed assistant advertising manager on the Oregon Daily Emerald, student newspaper at the University of Oregon. Zeller is a senior major in business ad-ministration. Salem Men Named Harold Ankeny, Salem, was named vice president of the asociated stu-dnt body of Pacific college at Newberg and Doug Olsen, business manager of the "Crescent," student publication, as a result of an emergency replacement election to fill vacated posts The new officers replace stu dents elected last spring at the regular student elections but who failed to return to the cam pus this fall. Install Curve Signs The county court has ordered instal lation of two reflector "Curve" signs on the Jefferson-Greens bridge road at a curve on a turn near the railroad track where three accidents occurred within a few days and two light poles have been sheared off by fast traveling cars. In one of the accidents a woman suffered fracture of both legs. The road has been recently realigned and newly paved. It had been very rough previously and court members say that evidently with the new pavement many drivers are driving at excessive speed in approaching the curve, and even though the curve was reduced In the realignment some of them fall to make It. BORN WIBNS-TO nr. end Mr. Le WlenJ. lftflO Haiti Are., Ill the Selem Memorial hfupltel, ft Jinn, Oct. t. BUTI.lert-To Mr. nel MM. Eueene Butler, nubllmltr, t the B.lem Memorial hoapltal, a tlrl, Oct. I. MirKfl To Mr. anil Mr. D. B Meek ltM Center, at the Salem General ho, pltal, a bor, Oct, I. aPKrtME -To Mr. and Mra. Fuiena J. flperle, 137 JrteJ atreet, Weat Balem. at the Salem (leneral hftapital, a llrl. Ofit. I. Mnrmla) To Mr, and Mr. Thome Morrl. 71 Kverereen. al the Salem Genera! hoapllal, a alrl, f)l. . OMNR -To Mr. anil Mra. Herre 0. nine, 111 l, ftoa 717, at the Balem General hnepllal, a alrl, Del- I. nrrtNINll To Mr, and Mra. Henre IWrtlne. M.tvele 111 I. el the Balem General hiMhllel, a alrl, !. s. arrriti-r To Ml end Mia. W. T. Blout. Velaeie, at the Helem tleneral hoaplta, a hnt, rt. 7. M'titU'tirtlOT fit Mr and Mr. Elton M.lllliiiltt. 1111 Kaet Nob Hill, at tne Kale tleneial kaepltai, a tor, Oct. 1. Dog Tags Out It was reported at County Clerk Harlan Judd's office Friday that the metal dog tags ordered early in the year are exhausted. Five hundred extra licenses have been ordered but no extra tags were available so from now to tne end of the year only receipts will be Issued as evidence that dog licenses have been paid. Salem Couple Licensed George H. Dunbar and Ellice M. King, both of Salem, have been issued a marriage license at Vancouver, Wash. Communicable Disease During the week ending Sept. 25 nine cases of communicable disease were reported by 50 percent of the country's physicians, according to the weekly bulletin of the Oregon department of health. Cases reported include three of gonorrhea two each of chicken pox and whooping cough and one each of dysentery and pneumonia. C of C Conducts Poll The Salem Chamber of Commerce is polling its members by mail to find out how they stand on the question of changing the city manager form of government for the commission plan as proposed in the November election. Postcard ballots are being ailed to all chamber members. President James J. Walton urges an all-out membership vote. The card is arranged for a vote either for the present managerial form, for the proposed commission form, or for some other plan. Delay Open House Mayor Robert L. Elfstrom said Friday that the city hall open house program that had been dated for Monday night has been deferred for two weeks. The mayor said there were two reasons for post poning the event. One is an unusually heavy agenda of business for Monday night's council meeting, and the other is that the mayor will not be present. He has been called to San Francisco to attend a semi-annual meeting of the board of trustees of San Francisco Theological seminary, of which he is a member. Leave Salem General Dis missed from the Salem General hospital are Mrs. Calvin Maus, 372 Fisher road, and infant daughter; Mrs. Horace Lewis, 1045 N, 5th, and infant son; Mrs. M. K. Buick, 450 Wayne, and infant daughter and Mrs. Vernon O. Pope, Rickreall, and infant daughter. Gas Thieves Taken The state police have booked four juve niles at the sheriff's office on a charge of stealing gas. Thru a typographical error Quaker Oats were quoted at 3 lbs. for 29c in the I.G.A. stores advertisement. The correct price is 3 lbs for 39c. Mission VMac-aroni dinner read 2 for 35c, should have read 2 for 25c. 241 Correction The c f f e c t ive dates of the ad of Ladd's Market appearing in the Thursday, Oct. 8, Capital Journal, erroneously appeared as Sept. 17 and 18. They should haie read Oc tober 8 and 9. 241 Neon Electric Clocks. Broadway Appliance Co., 453 Court. 243 Johns-Manville Shingles applied right over your old roof. We might not be able to apply your new roof immediately, but by waiting for us to do your job you will have the best on the market. Free estimates gladly given. Ph. 3-4642. Mathis Bros., 164 South Commercial. 241 Dance tonite Glenwood. 241' CAR POLISHING, WASHING 4 STEAM CLEANING. Otis E. Ackerman, corner Church it Center. 246 Just received new shipment of CCM skates and accessories at the Salem Ice Arena. 242 Dance tonite Glenwood. 241" Coming to Glenwood Ball room Wednesday, Oct. 13th, the Jan Savitt Orchestra, directed by Al Donahue. 244 Good credit is your most val uable asset. Credit Buieau says pay your bills by the inth. 241 Sunday is the 10th. Pay your bills on Saturday and keep your credit good. 241 Hollywood Auto Parts, your headquarters for S-nilty muf flers, Hollywood hub caps. chrome side walls, grills, grill guards and seat covers. Also complete line of automotive parts and equipment. 2002 Fairgrounds Rd. Ph. 2-4713. 244 Karagul Karpet It's new, it's reversible, iff 100 virgin wool and woven through and through and only $4.95 per sq. yd. Ph. 3-7648 or 3-3364 260 Insured savings earn more than two percent at Salem Fed eral Savings Association, S60 State street Hit-Run Driver Sought A hit and run driver using a 1987 or 1938 blue Chevrolet with flipper hub caps was being sought by Salem police Friday. The driver left the scene of an accident Thursday night in the 900 block on State street where he had rammed another car belonging to Walter Heine of 2995 Brooks, a Willamette university student. On Oregon's Future "The Future of Oregon" will be the subject of Senator Douglas McKay's address to the Salem Chamber of Commerce at the Monday luncheon meeting. The meeting will be a special recognition of the Salem Business and Professional Women's club. Tavern Change Noted Certificate of assumed business name has been filed with the county clerk for Chuck's Tavern, 3230 Portland road, by Kluth S. and John W. Muller, an accompanying certificate showing that J. P. and Anna Mae Schimberg are retiring from the business. Firm Makes Filing Alton L. Pierce, 2560 Laurel avenue, has filed certificate of assumed business name with the county clerk for A. L. Pierce Construction company, general construction. Hunters Are Fined Three hunters were fined $10 each and costs of $4.50 when they ap peared in justice court at Bend on charges of illegal possession of venison. Fined were John D. Wilkinson, Turner and Pat J. Carroll and Paul D. Cagle, both of Sweet Home. The men were arrested at Quicksand Springs in the Ochoco forest by state po lice. Clinic for Woodburn A weH-baby health conference and Immunization clinic will be held at the Woodburn public library Tuesday from 12:30 to 2:30 o'clock under the direction of Dr. W. J. Stone, Marion county health officer. SA Council Calls Seventeen 1 young people from the Salem Salvation Army were in Eugene Friday to attend a divisional corps-cadet council, which has as its purpose six years of study of the Bible. Council meetings are held annually for study, fellowship and recreation. Certificates will be awarded at the completion of the various courses. Discussion Scheduled The fellowship of reconciliation will hold a follow-up discussion of Kirby Page's "What Does God Want Us to Do About Russia?" in the Currier room of the First Methodist church Monday night at 8 o'clock. Files for Home Anna C. Holmes, Brooks, has filed a certificate of assumed business name with the county clerk for Home for the Aged, same address. Dance Sat. Glenwood. 241 S & N Clothiers, the only men s store in saiem giving S St H Green Stamps 241' Co-Z Air Portable Electric UL Approved, 60 Broadway Appliance Court street. 243 Heaters, discount. Co., 453 Kitchen - Aid, Dormeyer 4 Knapp Monarch Mixers. Broad, way Appliance Co.. 453 Court. 243: Auto glass installed. Floor sanders for rent. R. D. Wood- row, 450 Center street. 241 Air-steamship tickets, Kugel, 735 North Capitol. Ph. 3-7694. 241 LAUNDERETTE, 1255 Ferry 241' Eola Acres Florist. Ph. 3-5730. 241 Dance tonite Glenwood. 241' Notice! The Hoover Sweeper Co. will have a price increase on cleaners beginning Mon., Oct. 11. Hurry! Hurry1 Hurry! Hogg Bros., 260 State street. See C. W. Thrap. 241 Gilmore's up - stairs Dress Shop. 439 Court. New shipment of suits, coats, dresses, fine selection. Half sizes and regular. 241 Dance tonite Glenwood. 341' The Monarch Ro-Weaving Co. does invisible mending on all fabrics. Tears, burns, moth holes expertly repaired. 380 State street, rooms 3334. Ph. 25619. Open 9:30 a m. to 3:30 p.m. Closed Saturdays 245 Dance Sat. Glenwood. 241 Rummage sale, St. Paul Episcopal parrish house Friday and Saturday, Oct. 8 and 9. 241 Dance Sat. Glenwood. 241 Rmg. Frl., 141 S. Winter. 240 Kitchen Appliance Cabinet; white with natural top. Close out at $7.95. Woodrows, 450 Center. 241 Dance Sat Glenwood. 241 Reductions up to 50 in dec orator wallpapers. Come see our new fall pattern Wallpaper Dept. R. L. Elfstrom Co. 340 Court. 250 Pay promptly so you can buy on credit. Credit Buieau says pay your bills by the 10th. 241 New Cut-off ff Highway 99 County Surveyor Dale Gra ham Friday submitted to the county court a survey of the first section of what it is expected will eventually become a new straight-as-a-die connect ing road south of the city be tween the Pacific highway and the Twelfth street cutoff and also serve a large new plat expected to be filed in the near future. The portion of the road now expected to be established by resolution of the court when right of way matters are straightened out will extend from the south end of Hulsey avenue west to the Pacific highway. This will be the first east and west road south of Ratcliff drive and the part now planned to be improved is 1005 feet long. It is now a dedicated road only 20 feet wide while the new plan calls for a 60-foot right-of-way. From the east end of the proposed road to 12th street, Graham said, is 1340 feet and it is expected sooner or later that portion also will be developed into a standard road. Heise Candidate Against Musgrave W. C. Heise, members of the West Salem city council, is a candidate for mayor in opposi tion to Mayor Walter Musgrave, and has a petition for his nomination in circulation. The completed petition had not been filed at the city hall Friday, but it was' expected it would be filed Saturday. Only 15 names of qualified voters are necessary on the petition, which must be filed not later than 10 days prior to the election of November 2. Heise has been a member of the West Salem council for sev eral years and his present term does not expire for two years. Hope to Be Firemen The eight applicants for firemen's civil service examinations are taking the tests Friday in the conference room on the third floor of City hall. The written examinations were finished in the forenoon and oral and manual tests were to be in the afternoon. Building Permits Clarence H. Dahl, to build a one-story dwelling and garage at 160 East Rural, $11,000. L. W. Hann, to build a store for Capital Electric at 1480 Fairgrounds road, $5800. Miss B. Beardsley, to re-roof a two-story apartment house at 757 Center, $50. L. W. Rath, to build a one-story dwelling and garage at 110 West Judson, $8000. Elmer Beavens, to reroof a one-story dwelling and shop at 1090 Jefferson, $50. Nellie G. Strait, to reroof a woodshed ,at 1384 Marion, $35. Sarah B. Savage, to reroof a one-story dwelling at 494 Mill, $100. Roy E. Anderson and E. F. Goodenuogh, to build a one-story dwelling at 955 Hickory, $9000. Door Firm Listed Crawford Doors and Sales Service, installation and selling of residential and industrial doors, is assumed business name filed with the county clerk bv Robert C. Van Slyke and Delbert R Downey, both 9 4 5 Garnet street. Realty Firm Listed Certificate of assumed business name for Wageman and Wageman, real estate, Woodburn, has been filed with the county clerk by Thomas G. Guthrie, 751 Young street, and Jessie Wageman, 721 Lintoln street, both Woodburn. Salem Court News Circuit Court S. K. and Ruth V. Djer rg James Harrison Rojrer and Vtrlan Marie Rorer, motion to strike. Vivian E. ts Karl J. Anneo. order modi frlnc decree as to support moner. Maud Tweed vi Vlrtit Arnam and others, complaint to quiet title to real property. Wilbur O. and Eleanor Martin v Albert J. and Irma Sauers, complaint asks Judiment for 13500 and 11380 with Interest for moner alletedly received by defendants for use of plaintiffs but al-letedljr not paid to tttem. Ret M. Beard tj W. R Foster. trt.T allet.ni money on loan br plaintiff to defendant Is unpaid. Patricia, tj Lester ShruTI. answer of defendant admits and denies, allerej cruel and inhuman treatment on pert of plaintiff and asks dismissal of her complaint. Probate Court Manaret Le estat, final account of Kora and Eltxabeth Prtchard, eiecu trices, final hearini November 13. John Mafner. Sr.. statt appraised at 11340 bv George H. and Josephine Bell and Zelpha Orovtr. Cecil Bond Speneer estaU no Inheritance tax determined on net taxable estate of I7M1J1. deductions of 1127.412 51 shown from a, tress utau of 1114,774.40. Martha E. Vinton est at apprued at 18, 187.09 br Roy H. Wassam. Ivan O. Martin and Ivy Bwnwold. Pinal account filed and final hearini set for Hove mot r II. Cecil Bond Spencer as tat. authority to the executrix of the estate to Join with eo-mortf ate In cxecutlnc an at reement to the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, subordinating to It eerta'.n liens to secure a mortgage loan of 1185,500 lor protection against foreclosure on a prior loan of 1141404 and also second and third mortgage'. The new loan allows payment of the first mortgage loan in full to Reconstruct l on Finance corporation and a portion of the second and third aorttMM otherwise held, all la behall M Military Men and Veterans Monday, October 11 uomDanles B ana a. lema in fantry regiment, Oregon National Ouard and headquarters detachment, Oregon National Guard at Salem armory. Marlon cost No. tu. vrw. at VFW hall. 369th boat and shore engineers regiment and 409th quartermasters at army reserve quonset huts. eaiem Dast no. 130. American Legion at American Legion hall. Homestead Lands Forty six farm units in the Min idoka project of the Gooding divi sion in Idaho have been opened to nomestead entry, according to word received by H. C. (Hub) Saal-feld. Marion county veterans service officer, from the bureau of reclamation. Veterans of World War II will have Dreference in these lands which have never been cropped but consist of silt loam and axe very productive, according to the bureau. Beiore tne land can te put into production, It will have to be cleared and prepared for irrigation. About half the land Is in sagebrush and on the other half Uie brush was burned off a number of vears ago. successim applicants will also receive a two-barrack type building 30x120 feet in size. Application oianKs may oe od- tained from the county service of-iice or from the United States department of interior, bureau of reclamation, Washington, D. C. Aboard VSS Chivo Salem man serving aboard the submarine. USS Chivo. is SA James Earnest Bradley, USN, of 831 Lee street. Home from Convention Returning to Salem Wednesday from St. Louis were Brig. Gen. Raymond Olson, assistant adjutant general for Oregon, and Lt. Col. William H. Adams. U. S. property and dispersing officer for the Oregon National Guard, who have been in St. Louis attending the national convention of the National Guard association. Realtors Told of Handicapped That it is merely economic horsesense to put to work some half million physically handicapped persons was the assertion of Carlton Greider as he addressed the Salem Board of Realtors Friday noon. Greider, veterans' councillor for the Salem office of the state employment office, declared that it costs about $400 to fit a physically handicapped person for a job. On the other hand keeping such a person unemployed runs up an annual bill of $600. While the vast majority of the men who saw service in the world are leading normal lives, Greider stated that about 130,-000 veterans remain unemployed. He expressed the hope that individuals or industries will not constitute the greatest handicap to those partially incapacitated by reason of their indifference. Greider deplored the attitude in many quarters that the veteran be placed in a special group. "The veteran should be recognized because of his ability and his superior citizenship," he added. The speaker emphasized the fact that experience has demonstrated that in most cases the physically handicapped do as good a job or a better one than those who have all of their faculties. Mrs. Simpson Dies Funeral services for Margaret Ellen Simpson, 79, of Oceanside, Calif., who died Oct. 7 will be held at the Rigdon mortuary at 1:30 Monday afternoon. Mrs. Simpson had been a resident of Salem for 30 years prior to her moving to California. Burial will be in Belcrest Memorial park. Survivors are two sons, Earl Roscoe of Oceanside and Bert of Salem, and a daughter, Alyce Kathaleen of Oceanside. In 1947, more than 20,000 owls were killed by farmers and hunters. Spencer Packing company, mortgagee, and covered by real properly in Portland. District Court L. L. James, Oervals. no motor vehicle license, fined 13 and costs. Harry E. Bogosian. Rt. 1, no operator's license, fined 110 and costs. Clarence J. Candy, non-support, preliminary examination held, continued for 60 days, released o his own recognliance. Willis O. Loreni, ess- transferred from Silverton, larceny, preliminary examination set for Oct. 20, released on own recognitance. Vernon A. Bls. cas transferred from Silverton. larceny, preliminary examination set for Oct. 30, released on own recoc nuance. William H ask ins larceny, ex am, nations set for Oct. 31, ball. preliminary posted 1750 Police Court Noisy muffler: Valfred O. Brers, fined 13.50. Violation of basic sped rule: Francis R. fichulx. Portland, ball II; David M. Xropf, Herrlsb-jrg, Ore, bail n.50; Stephen R. Calvelage, lis 8. 34th, fined lift. Violation of red light: Wayne T. Mc-Klllop, Rt. i, bail 11 SO. Marriage Licenses m David Luthy Putnam, 37, boy scout executive. Cooa Bay, and Margaret Ana Bellinger, 34, Sa.em. Wllber Thomas Holmes, )!, cab driver, and Dorothy Hanson, legal, domestic, both Salem. Joseph Bender. 31, Theresa O us tin, 30, Corp. Fran H Wright. 34. L'SMAC, and Juanlta Marie Kalaaosxy, 19, both Monterey, Calif. Ernest A. X1opfenstin, 31. farmer, route I. and LiiUas Karl, it, at home, botA Ailvirton. BasseffWins Fat Hog Prize Don Bassett of Salem, Future Farmers of America exhibitor at the Pacific International Livestock Exposition in Port land, exhibited the reserve champion fat hog. George Warmington of Mc-Minnville won the FFA dairy showmanship title in a run-off with Gerald Brog of Salem. Other Oregon boys taking honors in breeding swine Jack Charleston of Redmond, champion Duroc boar; Donald Robertson of Newberg, champion Duroc sow. The FFA fat lamb contest went to Maurice Jernstedt of McMinnville and the champion pen of lambs to Virgil Stiller of Walla Walla. The Future Farmers took their fat stock to the auction block today. Washington youngsters carried away the biggest share of judging honors yesterday. The proudest boy was Fred Sooy of Cheney, who won three grand championships: Best market hog (a .Chester White), best pen of four, and best shorthorn steer among those captured in the 1947 "calf scramble." Jack Bennett, Winona, Wash- won the grand championship of steers tor the entire show in the run-off. His shorthorn had won the 4-H honors earlier, and overcame the FFA winner, an Angus shown by Robert Beh rens, Chehalis, Wash., and the open class winner, an Angus from rtanchena Angus, Anderson, Calif. Sale prices of breeding ewes ran 50 percent below last year, with an average price of $85.40. Western Plants 'Continued from Page 1) Much of the eastern output is taken by tobacco companies for the reason that ammonium sulphate is an excellent fertilizer for foliage. Anhydrous ammonia Is mixed with an acid to produce am monium sulphate, which mixed with other phosphates, make the fertilizer. Major plants of this type in the west Include the Sa lem plant, the Calumet plant at Salt Lake City and the Best plant in Oakland. oimpiot n a s recently an nounced plans to build fertiliz er mixing plants in Salem, Eu gene and Klamath Falls. Double base gunpowder mat made from both nitrocel lulose and nitroglycerin. mm 1705 South 12th St., Salem, Oregon YOUR COMPLETE FOOD STORE 1 ALWAYS LOW PRICES Sparkling Soda Fountain OPEN 9 TO 9 EVERY DAY SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS TOO TRY OUR VELVEETA ,b2, 9QC Kraft Cheese BUTTER ,1. 7CC Grade "A" J tissue , 3:; 75c Envoy . Sm tkW SUGAR 25 ,o, 719 Pure Cane S A GIFT! Beef Roasts Real "BLy" Short Ribs Fine for Stew'i BACON Swifts Oriole T BONES Extra Fancy LADD'S HAVE WHAT Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, Cleveland Wins (Continued from Page 1) In the fourth, Bickford got in trouble by a walk to Ken Kelt-ner. After he struck out Wally Judnich, singles by Ed Robinson and Jim Hegan drove home Keltner with the second run. After Bearden followed with a single, loading the bases, Manager Billy Southworth of the Braves decided that was enough for his 28-yera-old freshman. Bill Voisclle, old "96" from Ninety Six, S.C., stomped in from the bull pen to put down the uprising. He left three stranded. Voiselle retired 10 men in succession until Doby singled with one out in the seventh. That was the only hit he allowed a neat relief job. Red Bar rett finished up with a hitless inning after Voiselle was lifted for a pinchhitter. Bearden struck out four men on the way to the greatest tri umph of his career. Usually troubled by wildness, he did not issue a walk all afternoon in this game which started under threatening skies and wound up in bright sunshine. Attendance 75,000 Long after game time, the Cleveland officials still were trying to tabulate the official attendance. A good guess was over 75,000. This might be a new series record. The spectators vnt home to rave about the pitching perfec tion of Beardon, the war vet with aluminum plates in his head and left knee. The lefthander won his last seven straight in the regular sea son, shutting out Detroit last Saturday to clinch at least a tie for the Tribe. Then he came back with only one full day of rest to work the playoff Mon day at Fenway park. Bolton INI.) AB R H O A Holmea, rf 0 0 3 0 Dark, aa 4 0 13 2 M. Mccormick, if ..4 0 1 6 0 Elliott. 3b 3 0 1 2 1 P. Mccormick, lb ..3 0 1 I 1 Conauer. c( 3 0 0 1 0 Majil. c 3 0 0 2 0 Stinkr. 3b 3 0 13 3 Blcklord. p 0 0 0 0 0 Volxelle. p I A-Ryan . Barrett, p 0 Totals ..29 A Struck out for Voiselle in elihth. Cleveland (AL) AB R H O Mitchell, If 3 0 0 3 Doby. cf 3 0 11 Boudreau, ss 0 0 1 Oordon, 3b 4 0 0 1 Keltner. 3b 3 1 0 0 Judnlck. rf 3 0 0 1 Robinson, lb 3 0 1 14 Hegan, C 3 0 1 5 Bearden, p 3 13 0 Total 28 3 5 3 Boston NL 000 000 000 0 Cleveland (AL) 001 100 OOx 3 Bickford. Voiselle (4). Barrett (8 and Masl; Bearden and Hegan. Loslnx pitcher: Bickford. Error: Dark. Runs batted In: Heuan. Two base hits: Bearden, Dark, Sacrifice: Bickford. Double plays: Dark, Stanley and P. McCormlck: Bearden, Gordon and Rob- EVERYDAY mm et Mayonnaise pt Best Foods PEAS Select Gorden 1 l-o PEACHES Hunts Sliced or Halvei NUCOA Margarine Genuine Fire-King JADE-ITE Bowl with each package t . ?Qc .b 3Qc ST ,b L7C W , wJ Friday, October 8, 1948 17 Poultry Plant Strike Ended With the ending of a strike that started a week ago last Wednesday, the Salem plant of the Northwest Poultry & Dairy Products company was again in operation Friday morning. "We are making a slow start, however," said Manager O. F. Ryals. Only one or two of the 30 men and women who were involved in the strike are back on the job today, and we are receiving eggs only. No poultry will be received until the first of the coming week. By Monday all our personnel will be back and we will b going at full tilt." The Salem workers did not vote in favor of the strike, but went out with those In Portland and elsewhere. The strike ended with a vote of the workers Thursday on the question of acceptance of the 10-cent wage increase offered by the company. S. W. Barker of Portland, secretary of Local 231 of the Egg and Poultry Workers union, said the membership voted by a "very narrow margin" Thursday night to accept the offer, with the promise of another 2 -cent-an-hour raise January 1. The union originally asked for an increase to 25 cents an hour, but had reduced the demand to 18. Besides Portland and Salem plants were involved at McMinnville, Albany, Eugene, Roseburg and Redmond. ins on: Keltner. Gordon and Robinson. Left on btui: Boston (NL 3: Cleveland f AL) 7. Eurned runs: Boston NU 0; Cleveland (AL) 1. Biuea on balls; Oft Bickford 5 Uudnlch. Mitchell, Boudreau, Keltner). Strike outs: By Bearden 4 (Dark, M. Mccormick. P. McCormlck, Ryan); Bickford 1 (Judnlen). Pitch in summary: Bickford 4. nils 3 rum in 3li lnnlni. Voiselle 1 hit 0 runs In 3 lnnlngl. Barrett 0 hits 0 ruru tn 1 Innlnv. Losing pitcher: Bickford. Lmplra. Stewart NL plate; Grieve (AL) first base; Barr NL) second base; Summers AL) third base; Paparella (AX.) left field; Pinelll IND risht field. Attendance (stlU not announced). Time: 1:36. WHO SAID YOU ASE DEAF? LET ME PftOVI TOO ' CAN Hf AMi Tnouaanda ar imiiad at ttia How Tiy power and clarity of th new Beteaoe. Com n today and let us ahow voa tota, rv Dm. (m Fiula C J' HEARING A 10 Hearinc Book. Batteries For All Aids 8 ALE ft. 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