1955 06 02 Salem Nut Growers Co-op reelects Kenneth W Dunn to 3 yr term as a director.
! ! Statesman,-Safom, Statesman,-Safom, Statesman,-Safom, Ore, Tra$ Nut Growers Co-op Co-op Co-op Reveals eration New Op Five new phases of operations were announced at the annual meetiirg-wt meetiirg-wt meetiirg-wt the Salem Nut Growers Growers Cooperative held Wednesday night t the Veterans of .Foreign Wars. hall. Glenn W. Hansberry, secretary-manager, secretary-manager, secretary-manager, secretary-manager, announced the new plans which had been agreed upon by the board of directors at earlier meetings, as means of cutting the overhead costs of the plant The new activities include: Commerical drying for any producer producer of nuts whether or not he is a member of the cooperativer processing filberts for outside concerns; cracking some 500 tons of California nuts, and, mixing in-shell in-shell in-shell nuts for some of the prominent mixers in 'the country. Hansberry explained that these extra activities would come at Two Fined on Dumping Count Edward James Lewin, operator of a sanitary truck service. Stay-ton, Stay-ton, Stay-ton, and .his truck driver, Carl White, were each fined $35 Wednesday Wednesday in Marion County District District Court for dumping rubbish on a public highway. .'Both pleaded guilty through an attorney to dumping refuse from septic tanks on a road near near .Mill City. times when regular operations of the plant were most quiet, and all would be done at fees which would help inutile general' overhead overhead of the Salem plant New i directors elected for a one yeat term rwere E. M. Boies of Brooks,. Kathryn Gunnell, Salem, Salem, .and H. B. Hildebrand, Dallas; Dallas; new director for thr.ee-year thr.ee-year thr.ee-year term, Kenneth W. Dunn of Junction Junction City; . re-elected re-elected re-elected for three yeaf terms, E. C. Hart of Albany and Frank E. Way of Salem. Hold-over Hold-over Hold-over directors are E. J. Allen, Woodburn; A. L.. Page, Jefferson and A. A. ' Withers, Salem.