The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 07, 1926, Page 2, Image 2

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OF FEDERAL ROAD
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x ' Escape Injury as Plane Dives 500 Feet Into River
Plan Is to Improve Total
Mileage Federal Aid High-:
ways in 2 Years
WASHINGTON, Hot. S An ad
dition of 3,33$ miles has been
made to the Federal Aid High jy
system, during the year ending
Sept. 23. according' to tbe Ameri
can Road Builder Association.
-The total mileage under the sys
tem approved by the United States
Bureau of Public Road bow totals
182:135 miles. ' :
Of tbe total 18 2.13 S miles, ap
proximately 140,090 miles have
already-been Improved ta ma de
gree, with, appropriations totalling
11&0.00,000 available for 1938
and" 19 construction the Associa
tion said. , To secure full --benefit
of ' the : i 5 0. 0 0 0.0 0 ft. a ppropr tatloh
tba states' must make an addition
al investment In their Vederal Aid
roads of approximately 9190,903,
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ij. 'Charlff "Upbm, Managing
Director of the American Road
Builders' -Association, considered
an authority on national highway
. problems, . predicted tbe comple
tion of
mileage w
He said.
portion of the roads already com
pleted will blT'lea outgrown by
traffic and need further Improve
ment by that time! . l
Plans to carry .ou t the eonstrujs
tioa or th'e remaining 4 2,1 3 S miles
Included in, the . Federal Aid sf
as' urged" by "the Bureau'pf
Slle Roads will be discussed." t
Congress at Chicago du:r
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t-:.i ..tsergx. -Kicaarq jooo :ana:m passenger, rri . w uuam , KuwrB tncoun wrea s wrm www;
J . flying over Boston that. they won't forget in a b fry J -When- the ' motor of their plane went dead
I Sergt. Cobb successfully guided bis Diane Into th Charles rirer.' lust missing the, Massachusetts
I'h nrseiit Federal Aid .general hospital a he did so. ' The plane Ianded.ii?most perpendicularly In the river and both Sefgt.
iKiH iZSliZt v Cobb and Prtr.-Ritteniod crawled out of the coctpit end perched on a win? until rescued. The
7:7ZZ HpUnfla aboresung tn. paries river alterdrofr. ; . .
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hind by one. point In a game with
Central High at buluth today, Jo
leph j-jaskt, of the - Central
' .oX.nejIor, Wis.,
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pounced down 6b iherwrong auto
mobile. Some months ago an
agent was dismissed in New Or
leans because be arrested a man
and woman for having a plat
flask of liquor in their car and
then compelled them to drive to
a court more than 150 miles away
for hearing. One of the much re
peated stories among government
officials here in the capital tells
how a very high judicial officer.
driving back into Washington af-,
ter a fishing trip, was stopped by
prohibtion agnts who searched
hla ilAanitS hie rvpiifAoto anil
Vtund nothing.
Vfienerar Andrews said today bis
rse in the latest strong-arm
was calculated to set an
le that would protect from
atment the humblest citizen
with tbe most powerful
of the, government.
whole incident. In all its
ars, shows a serious lack
rmity with our instrue-
l general policy for the
f law enforcement," said
order to bis field offic-
Se deputy administrator
deplorable lack of lead-
sense o( responsibility,
rmore. durine the in-
Vwas far from exhlbjt
lities of frankness and
Vardness which should
'an .officer in our
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IP WET GOODS
from pac 1.1
peen widely circii-
its 'proceeded -to
ie beverage " dis-
itnd protective
:tbe street from
seized 14 cases
. cases of cham-
a.
(AP) Chinese from every Orien
tal quarter in California- shuffled
into San Fraricfsco -"today iy
through Chinatown's narrowest al
ley, gathered around actable at
the Chinese Peace society and de
clared the tong war'w'.ifh' has
cost 26 lives since July 1, at an
end. u
COMKDIAX RECOVKR.H
DETROIT. . Nov. 6. (AP)
Frank Ttnney, " noted comedian,
stricken -here recently with pneu
monia and nervous .prostration;
will be able- to.leave the hospital
within a few days, his physician r
Dr. Leo Dretzka. announced to
night. Tinney will go to a sani
tarium to recuperate.
TAX IJKX FILKI)
LOS ANGELES, Nov. C. An
income tax lien of $64 90. said to
be the amount due the government
on his income for 1924, was filed
against the estate of Rudolph Val
entino, film star who died recent
ly in the east.
NEW INVENTION
SAVES MILLIONS
jCEASKS
Nov. .
A Lamp That Barns 94 Air
A new oil lamp that gives an
amazingly brilliant, soft, white
light, even better than gas or elec
tricity, has been tested by the U.
S. Government and 35 leading
universities and found to be su
perior; to 10 ordinary oil lamps.
It burns without odor, smoke or
noike no pumping up. is simple,
clean, safe. Burns 94 air and
6 common kerosene (coal oil).
The Inventor, V. M. Johnson,
li North Union Afe.. Portland,
Ore., is offering to send a lamp on
lft days' FREE trial, or even to
give one FREE to the first nser
in each locality who will .help him
introduce it. Write him today for
full particulars. Also ask him to
explain how you can get the
agency, and without experience or
money make $250 to $500 per
month. Adv.
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does notr' J
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moneyi lost.
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H ERRIM CASTS DRY VOTE
SHERIFF ELECT OPPOSED TO
ALL BOOTLEGGERS
JIERR1N. I1U Nov. (AP).
Turbulent WillUunson- county.
In jwhk-b I the 1 Illinois national
guard has a s roving rendezvous
with law ' and . order. ..took the
pledge 4igiUn this week,
'.".''Final returns today. from Tues
day ,eI-tIon"iaiow: tbats. Will iam
Hon voted dry. on the, Volstead ref-
erenduia, cast a. pi lira lily sfor.
rrank'lZ SnUth.T The' senatorial
r-andidate endorsed by the Anti
Salon""1eagtie. 'and elecled a re
publican sheriff " dedicated to the :
proposition' thatalli iMrtilleggers
are. created equally -obnoxious.
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Oregon counties and one Washing
ton county corerlag taxes due
tbem from the former: Oregon and
California railroad land grant, the
interior . departments announced
today that a special unit of the
general land office has been as
signed work" on the claims.
Claims of twelve counties in
Oregon, arnon nting to $ 4 .0 1 0,0 0 0
have been filed.
Springfield will vote on $75.ftftft
bonds for,a new Willamette river
bridge. sHH!
, Kikrr Auto iUt.. rry at .Mb-J
riy mi. Autos stureo. ana oougnt
and snld. CTars washed dayand
nighty UK prices and service will
make long friends. -- (
OREGON CLAIMS - FILED
IjAXD OFPtCK iStCXS -SPECIAL
UNIT FOR WORK
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. (AP)
-In an effort'to eipediate the ad
justment of Claims of eighteen
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OREGON
; DONT MISS:
The sword and dagger duel on the
ands!
The sllttlnK of the rich galleon's
sails! -The
powder - monkey's train
- - around the helpless' victim!
The - new lender's woolne ot the
fair captive!
The Rlack Pirate R made ,to Jtralk
hU own plank! "
The battle on the fatet mercltant
man!
The battle royal on the doomed
ship! i ' ' '-
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Advent nre for the men-
Heart throbs, for the women
, ..Joyous u. entert alnmen.t "jfor
' 1 " -' " . " everybody . .'.;.' -C. ; -
AdulU 50c
jStudents5c
Children 25c
Time a n d C a re
Are two requisites necessary to produce
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photographs of distinction, therefore we "
urge you to have a sitting now for your.
Christmas portraits. " cr ' .
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Moderately priced from $6.00 per dozen and up.
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