The News-Review from Roseburg, Oregon on September 22, 1961 · Page 2
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2 The Newt-Review, Roieburg,' Ore. Fri., Sept. 22, 1961 Rusk Asks UM To Select Successor To Hammarslcjold NEW YORK (AP) Secretary of State Dean Rusk called on the United Nations General Assembly today to name "an outstanding world leader" to take over the powers of U.N. secretary-general temporarily. in a statement prepared for a speech he is making here later today, Rusk declared, "Events cannot permit drift and indecision in the leadership of the United Nations." He declared that the 99-nation General Assembly "must move rapidly to fill the void" created Hurricane Esther Heads Out To Sea By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hurricane Esther, downgraded to a tropical storm, headed on out to sea today. Her center never touched the American mainland. The Boston Weather Bureau Thursday night reported she was traveling northeasterly into the Atlantic with a center wind velocity of less than 70 miles per hour. The Canadian maritime provinces, alerted for any big blow, were told to expect winds of only 40 m.p.h. and a fair amount of rainfall. by the death of Dag Hammar-skjold. Rusk's statement was released about two hours in advance of its formal delivery at a luncheon meeting of the Foreign Press Association. The move was obviously aimed at trying to stir up a powerful drive in the United Nations Assembly, to override Soviet opposition to the appointment of a new U.N. chief executive. Rusk and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko discussed the U.N. leadership crisis in a 4'i-hour meeting Thursday afternoon. Most of their time, however, was spent on the Berlin crisis. On the U.N. front of the East-West cold war, Gromyko told Rusk he intends to insist on the appointment of a three-man di Camas Valley Man Pleads Innocent Lions Club Gets Bid To Hear Governor At Thursday night's meeting of the Roseburg Lions Club, Don Lowe was introduced as the Rose burg High School student repre sentative to the club. Lowe is a member of the school tennis team, the rally squad, president of the A Capella Choir, and active in many other groups of the school. The Lions were extended an invitation to meet with the Roseburg Kiwanis Club Oct. 10, when Gov. Mark Hatfield will be the guest speaker. For Thursday night's program, Pat Zuspan, a club member, and a member of the Douglas Pelicans, talked on a recent trip of club members to Discovery Bay, 50 miles north of Vancouver, B.C. where members spent a week recently. Firemen Answer Call To Local Motel Fire The Roseburg Rural Fire Department answered a call to the Pleasant Motel at 1210 NB Stephens St. at 2:15 a.m. today. The fire was confined to the interior of the living quarters of the owners, and resulted in an estimated $150 damage to the wall and furniture. According to the firemen, the fire resulted when some furniture was left too close to a wall heater. The drop in temperature during the night caused the automatic heater to go on, catching the furniture on fire. The Roseburg Fire Department answered a call to a car fire on SE Fowler St. at Douglas Ave. about 10 a.m. today, when gas leaking onto the manifold started an engine blaze, firemen reported. The 1948 car was valued at $190, and the loss was estimated at about $60. Dee Kelley Dee H. Kclloy, 71, died at a Roseburg hospital Thursday after a long illness. He was born July 21, 1890, at Salem and married Elsie Apple there June 23, 1920. He has lived his entire lifo in Oregon. Ho has lived 40 years in Dimglns County, including 14 on South Deer Creek. He attended business college at Salem for two years. He was a member of Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union. Lo cal 2949 for 11 years ami had worked for Joclson Lumber Co of Roseburg for 18 years as head sawver before retiring in 1956 when the company was sold. Survivors are his wife: two daughters. Mrs. Merle (Mona) Mc Ginnis and Mrs. Thomas (Leona) Rooke. all of Roseburg; two sis ters. Mrs. Ollie Woods of Baker and Mrs. Lola Wiggins of Salem; a brother. Ernest of Snohomish, Wash.: and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. at Long & Shukle Memorial Chapel. The Itev. James Smith of the Roseburg First Christian Church will olficiatc. Vault interment will follow at Roseburg Memorial Gardens. Harry Leaton Brown. 38. of Camas Valley pleaded innocent to larceny under $75 on arraignment n the District Court of Gerald R. Hayes Thursday. He is charged in a complaint with the theft of an Alaskan litis ky dog, owned by Donna Louise Malfait, of Route 4, Roseburg, on Aug. 18. The alleged theft took place at the owner's residence near the Nordic Veneer plant on the Norm Umpqua Road. Brown's trial was set down for 2 p.m. Sept. 27, and bail was set at $100. Huckins Returned Mark Clem Huckins, 50, of Al bany has been brought to Rose burg from the Linn County jail to face a charge of obtaining money by false pretenses. He was rrraigned Thursday in the court of Justice of Peace War ren DcLaVergne at Drain and asked for a preliminary hearing, which will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday of next week. Dean LaVcrne Roe Thursday was sentenced to serve 30 days in the Douglas County jail on a contempt of court charge. He was placed on probation, however, on provision that he support his min or children. rectorate to take over Hammar-skjold's duties. He is absolutely opposed to any kind of any tern porary arrangement, diplomats said. Thus, while the Berlin crisis carries a greater danger of war, the U.N. dispute presents a more immediate and critical Soviet challenge to the United States and the leadership role it seeks to play in the United Nations. "It is unfortunately clear, Rusk said, "that an immediate agreement cannot be expected on the naming of a permanent sec retary-general. The United States therefore believes that action must be taken now to assure that the functions of office of the secre tary-general are performed effec tively and fully while agreement is sought on the appointment of a new secretary-general. "An outstanding world leader should be named immediately to perform the functions of the office of the secretary-general for a temporary period, during which efforts to elect a permanent sec retary-general should proceed ir accordance with Article 97 of the charter." Teachers Hear Talk OnO.E.A. Benefits Edward Elliott, director of mem bership and field services of the Oregon Education Association, spoke to the Classroom Teachers Association in the Myrtle Creek school this week, presenting in formation concerning OEA bene fits to teachers in Oregon. -" New teachers in the Myrtle Creek schools were especially hon ored at the meeting, according to Lorraine Bierenbaum, Myrtle Creek correspondent. On the agenda with Elliott was Mrs. Robert Schmidt, president of the Myrtle Creek PTA, who re quested the teachers to give suggestions which could be incorporated into this year's program. Officers of the CTA arc Mildred Williams, president; Clair Walt ers, first vice president; Katherinc Jeffers. second vice president; Don Ormolus, secretary; and hd Ol son, treasurer, tour members, in inc scn ence was niposca ny , clu(lin), Miss Williams, Gi inolds circuit juuge diaries a. ouUr,c i an(, M E(na ile,,eson wiM al the result of a hearing Sept 18 when Roe appeared on a show-cause order issued Aug. 21. The caso is the result of a divorce action, brought by Alice May Roe, in which he was ordered to make support payments. James W. Trucblood, 27, of Gold Hill has been jailed, will) hail set at $100, to face a charge of Inu re to have a PUC permit. He was arrested by Slate Police, Inez Perry Inez Eudora Perry, 90, Glcndale. died early Thursday at Riversdalc Sanitarium in Roseburg after a short illness. She was born March 21, 1871 at Salem, Mass. She moved to (he Glcndale area last year from Hol lywood, Calif., where she had re sided since 1919. She was a mem ber of the National Pcnwomen of America and had been a teacher of bio-chemistry. She had author- ed a bonk, "The Zodiac and Sails of Salvation." Survivors include one son, F. W. . of Glcndale; two stepsons, Carl Perry of West Hartford Conn., and , Albert Perry of Springfield, Mass.; j three grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. j Funeral services will be held in -the chapel of Ganz Mortuary in Myrtle Creek Saturday at 2 p.m. i The Rev. Norman Nauglcr of the Presbyterian Church of Glcndale will officiate. Following services, ! the remains will be taken to Grants Pass for cremation. tend the annual workshop at Nni'ih Bend Sept. 30 for the Douglas County division of the OEA. Abandoned Auto Auction Slated The Roseburg City Police Department will hold a public auc tion Monday of abandoned Ruto-mobiles which are impounded at the cily garage. The auction will be at 10 a.m. Police Chief John Truelt said Ihat 11 vehicles, three bicycles and a motorcycle will be put on the block for sale to the highest bidders. Abandoned vehicles are im pounded, and when the owners cannot he located, they are sold at auction alter a reasonable length of time and when enough have accumulated to make a public sale worthwhile. . "t ' '-- V . . " Si.;" ' 4 ft if V. ADMITS THEFT Edward H. Ashdown, Costa Mesa, Calif., real estate saleman admitted in Los Angeles Thursday the Bel Air, Calif., $670,000 art masterpieces robbery which took place Sept. 10. Ashdown led police to a bus depot and an apartment garage where the missing masterpieces were recovered. Ashdown is shown at the West Los Angeles Police station. (UPI Telephoto). Palm Springs Real Estate Man Admits Stealing Valuable Art LOS ANGELES (AP) A Palm the Bright mansion when he visit- Springs real estate salesman who police say admitted he took paint ings valued at $670,000 "so I could draw attention to myself nd make a big splash," suc ceeded. Edward Henry Ashdown. 39, of Costa Mesa, Calif., led police Thursday night to a bus depot and rented garage where officers found the four art works stolen Sep.. 10 from the Bel-Air mansion of industrialist Davi Bright. Ashdown, arrested late Wednes day, first denied taking the two Picassos. a Modigliam and an Afro. But when the district attor ney's office issued a complaint charging him with suspicion of robbery and grand theft, police said he admitted the crime. Police traced Ashdown through fingerprints found in Bright's home. Ashdown said he had no inten tion of selling the paintings. In the Hollywood bus depot po lice found Modigliani's "The Choc- olilier" rolled up in a suitcase stored in a luggage rack. Picncun'a "Thi Pnrtrail nf Kp. bastian" and "Looking Through The Window, and an Afro ab stract were rolled together in a plastic garment bag and hung in the closet of a West Los Angeles garage Ashdown said he rented as a storage spot. r Dr. Richard Brown of the Los Angeles County Art Museum, who verified the authenticity of the paintings, said the "Portrait of Sebastian" had flaked somewhat because it had been rolled too lightly. Ashdown told police he "cased" ed as the guest of Bright's mnth. cr in-law, Lottie Newmire. A gunman knocked at the Bright door the night of the robbery and pulled a pistol from a bouquet of gladioli when the maid answered. She was forced into a closet by the thief before he made off with the paintings. Though the paintings were insured for $246,165, a spokesman lor Bright set their market value, to assist at $(,70,000. hospital Lions Attending Astoria Confab Four members of the Roseburg Lions Club left today for Astoria, to attend the midyear state Lions conference and planning session. Club President Frank von Bor-stcl and Edcll Bryant-, went by plane, flown by Von Borstel, this afternoon, and A. G. (Mike) Mc-Lain and Forrest Losee. both international counselors, were driving there. Bryant, a member of the executive board of the State Lions Sight Foundation, Inc., a separate division of the state Lions, will be attending a board meeting of this group Saturday morning. Its purpose is to furthr pursue sight conservation, especially in regards to establishing and furthering an eye bank. The foundation will work closely with the Oregon State Blind Commission and other organizations concerned with blind activities. Bryant said that the summer retreat for the blind is being held Sept. 25 through Oct. 2, and all blind individuals in the state are invited to attend. The retreat is held at McKenzie Bridge. It is sponsored by the state Lions and promoted especially by the Eugene Lions clubs. Any blind person not previously contacted and desiring to go may get in touch with Bryant or Norm Ross, 835 SE Hawthorn Blvd., Portland, state chairman. The annual light bulb sale, a joint venture of the Roseburg and Umpqua Lions clubs is scheduled for Oct. 25-26. Bryant and Cliff Hukari, from the Umpqua Lions are co-chairmen. Brandt Says Air Corridor Freedom Is Vital To Berlin BERLIN (AP) Mayor Willy the city's new ultramodern Opera Brandt said today freedom in the House. ine rteas ciuhii u,e jiuvui-a- air curnuo-5 wwing ou.un !,.. , ,h n.nn liiii. . , . ,,, .. , ,, i uvu vmit ui .'.- i ............. ine western ivuiiu icpcaicuy t js aimed rt asserting "Illegal ' vuai ior ine luiuru 01 uie tuy. . ge ,j Only Man Suffers Cuts Leon Herbart Morgan of 1450 SE Jackson St. was admitted to Douglas Community Hospital at 5:10 p.m. Thursday, after he injured himself on a broken glass. City po lice were summoned to the home in getting him to the German claims West Free movement in the airlanes is even more important, Brandt stressed, because Communist authorities already control road, rail and watc.vay traffic. American guarantees for Berlin kn.. nmvnr lhf.it valirlilv nnH r. minisicrs P'"1; : fecliveness in recent weeks, toda:' the East German Communist party's central organ. Neucs Deutschland, said a trip by West German President Heinrich Luebke and six members of the Cabinet to Berlin Saturday will be "grossly misusing the airlanes Luebke and tr io attend the festive opening 01 Rr..nllt saja- u SDOi.e t ses. sion of the West Berlin City Parliament. The Communists claim the aid corridors can be used only by military flights for the supply of Allied garrisons. They maintain civilian airlines have no right to fly along the corridors. In rejecting the Communist position, the three Western powers have asserted that Communist interference with airline traffic-civilian or military will not be tolerated. Gen. Lucius D. Clay, President Kennedy's special representative in Berlin, empowered him to announce U.S. support for building this city int" an economic and cultural center, Brandt said. Man Hospitalized After Auto Wreck Victor Blakeley, 40. of Rt. 4. Box 1402, Roseburg, was admitted to Douglas Community Hospital with injuries suffered in a one-car accident on Highway 42 four miles west of Camas Valley at 5:15 p.m. Thursday. Blakeley suffered an injured left leg and facial lacerations, it was reported. Slate police said he was traveling east and his car went off the shoulder, then cut sharply back across the 'lighway into a rock bank. The car was extensively damaged. Three Cars Bump Three cars were involved in another accident Thursday at 4:40 p.m., but no one was injured. According to the police, a car operated by Roderick Elmer Vineyard of Roseburg was southbound on the Oakland Shady Rt., and was slowing to make a left turn into the Shady Oaks Motel. His car was struck in the rear by a car, also southbound, operated by Dorothy Elsille Martin of Winston. The impact forced the Vineyard car into a northbound vehicle operated by Lawrence Earl Fender of Roseburg, police said. The Vineyard and Martin cars were removed at the owners' requests by local towing services, and the Fender car left under its own power. Checks Due Today For 4-H Winners Frank von Borstel, county 4-H Extension agent, said 4-H winners at the Douglas County Fair, should begin receiving their premium money today. Approximately 600 checks totaling $3,500 in premiums were mail, ed Thursday in Roseburg, Von Borstel said. The premium total represents about $500 more than last year. Premium: were awarded to 300 more entries than last year. Von Borstel said between 1,700 and 1,800 exhibits were awarded premiums in the 4-H section of the late August fair. Weaver Infant The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver of Roseburg died Thursday at a local hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Wilson's Chapel of the Roses. Sheriff Investigating Burglary At Days Creek The sheriff's department i investigating the burglary sonu'limc Wednesday night of Brady's Mark-et. owned by Frances Brady at Days Creek. Undersheriff Lyle Dickenson said that entry was gained by forcing a rear door, and that $25 in rash was known io have been taken. Metal filing cabinets were rifled. Deputy Don Super, Canyonvillc resident deputy, is investigating , SAVE MONEY - EAT BETTER, TOO LOCKER BEEF Economy Grade CUT PACKAGED QUICK FROZEN Call ut or viiir our Sl-ote-lntptcrcd Plant. , 38' ,. 48 Mi Good lb. Grade USE OUR BUDGET PLAN! BOYER MEAT CO. 3 MILES EAST ON N. UMPQUA HWY. PHONE ORchard 3-6323 GMVlllS 1 DAY ONLY 1 DAY ONLY SAT., SEPT. 23rd Never-Before LOW PRICES! HURRY! AND BRING A FRIEND! Fast, Hometown Claim Service for ovor 6,0u0,000 Policyholders NORM WICKS 978 N.E. Stephens (Hillcrert Motel) OR 3-6233 if.' 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