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Th& New Oregon Statesman. Salem, Cms&aTkzrsdcy Afcning, February 7, 1929
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BRITISH AVI ATRIX ADEPT AT SPORT. AIMEE'S CHECK BRINGS PROBE BY LEGISLATURE
WIN RACE TO BOARD OCEAN LINER
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CUSTOMS WHEN SHE
DECLARED A BOTTLE
A FEW DAYS LATER
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A committee from the California state assembly, in trying to determine whether or not the legisla
tare should impeach ' Judge Carlos S. Hardy, of Los Angeles, because it is asserted he accepted $2,500
from "Ma" Kennedy, mother of Airaee Semple McPherson, head of Angelus Temple, for adrice during
her daughter's famous kidnaping case, has been told by Temple officials that it was giren for "lectures and
radio talks." Under California law a judge cannot practice law during his term of office. If it is found
the check was given for legal services the legislature probably will bring impeachment charges. It is
believed Hardy will contend the check was a gift. Above, the check, and insets of Mrs. Kennedy and
Kidnaped at the point of a gun
by William Cuarin, whom police
say is a pardoned Texas girl
killer, Dolly Scott, shown here, of
Los Angeles, watched her chance
and escaped from a room where
her abductor had taken tier after
he had written letters to relatives
stating he was sjtout to kill the
girt. She then phoned Cuarin,
pretended to have regretted flee
ing, and made an appointment to
meet him. When he reached the
rendezvous, police arrested him.
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, William B. Leeds, son of the late "tlnplate king, and his wife, the
former Princess Xenia of Greece, snapped aboard a Pacific liner
after a thrilling race across the continent to make a Honolulu-bound
ship. While the liner was delayed for an hour, costing the steam
ship company $1,000, the Leeds party boarded a special tug which
overtook the steamex,
LINDBERGH HAS A BIRTHDAY
OKLAHOMA PREFERS BRUNETTES OREGON-TANKERS SHOW PROMISE
" In addition to flying close to 100,000 miles in the past three years,
most of it in her tiny plane weighing less than 900 pounds. Lady
Mary Heath, now visiting the United States1, holds 200 cups for vari
ous athletic achievements, has bagged big game in Africa, can shoot
97 out of 100 clay pigeons from a plane, and holds two Olympic
records for high and Droad Jumping.
ENEMY AIRMEN MEET AS FRIENDS
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For the fourth time this year students at the Oklahoma A. and M.
college, at Stillwater, have chosen a brunette for a queenship. Miss
Doris Jones, of Stillwater, a dark-haired beauty, is the most popu
lar co-ed at the institution by recent vote.
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. Thirteen years ago Capt. G. W. T. Garrod, British airman, and
Herbert Kohloff, German flyer, met in battle above Amiens, and
Garrood was forced to retire to his lines because bis inferior plane
was not equal to the combat. Recently the pair met in Memphis,
Tenrr., when Rohloff, now a Memphis music teacher, played ac
companiments for the songs of Capt. Garrood, who was attending a
convention there. They shook hands and talked of that day in
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Bettering the national intercollegiate record in their first timed
twim in the 300-yard medley, the medley relay tank team of the
University of Oregon is looking toward other national marks. The
team is composed of Frank Walton, left above, ex-Olympic club star
of San Francisco; Tommy Blankenburg, below, national A. A. U.
200-yard breast-stroke champ, and Johnny Anderson, right, ex-national
interscholastic sprint champion.
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February,, birth month f many distinguished personages, also -claims
Cot Charles Lindbergh, America's aerial hero, 'as its own.
The colonel celebrates his twenty-seventh birthday on the fourth of
February. Above, Lindbergh, his mother, and his boyhood home at
Little falls. Min
THEIR TALK CONFOUNDS MERE MAN
Congressman Walter H. New
ton, of Minnesota, is among those
being considered for the post of
secretary of the interior In the
cabinet of President-elect Herbert
MAIL PILOT, LOST IN STORM, JUMPS TO SAFETY
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A well known society girl of
Mississippi, Miss Mary Moss Well
born, is working hard for the
passage of the equal rights amend
ment sponsored by the National
Woman's party, of which she is
one of the youngest members. She
is also lobbying for the bill to give
the vote to Porto Rican women.
Doctor to Congress
Having once sighted the beacon lights at Moline, HL, where he was scheduled to stop en route to Chf.
Oph Jack Story, 24, Kansas aty, Mo airmaU pUot, lost his bearings In a blinding anow storm.
Cruising over Davenport, la., the plane, weighted with ice and mow, began to lose altitude, so Story
shut off th motor and Jumped. :' He landed safely and the plane crashed in field near Davenport,
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very (5ood VEGETABLE
Lieutenant Commander George
C"; Calver,-of the navy medical
corps, who has been named offi
cial physician of the house of rep
resentative's at Washington. D. C
Foods ouilt up from elements
combined . by science instead of
nature will be in common use by
1950, according to a prediction;
made by, .Professor .Charles B.
Uurd, of Union college, Schenee
. tady, N. T. He declares the' pub
0 lie health, Industry and commerce
will benefit greatly by tirs uso of
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f Sydney, Australia, these members of the debating team of the . frJu.-
Oklahoma College for Women, JUnicxasna, uxia iook ior wu ; . , t
tpeaker. to confer. The girl debaters are Rath Save, upper left. This la one ot tone spring
tTd Evelyn Yeager. upper right, both of Duncan. Oand Wilma h"
lo Miller. lower left of Chickaahm. Okhv, ana Iru wuMora. tower
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