The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 08, 1930, Page 5, Image 5

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    Ttc OREGON STATESMAN, Sakn.Orgr. Satcrgar Homing, March 8, 1930
Okocal News Briefs
Gordon Bennett Leaves Cor
nea Bennett, son of Mrs. Esther
Bennett, will leave Monday (or
eastern Oregon where he will take
up a position with the state traf
fic survey department Tuesday.
Bennett will have a complete cir
c'. of 24 locations to cover in
cluding points between Pendleton
aud La Grande. This surrey has
been progressing since September
aand will continue until this com
'lag September, with the purpose
at ascertaining amount of travel
oyex certain roads and what roads
net-d most attention to make trav
el more convenient.
American Junior Aircraft com-V-any
is showing a complete line
junior aircraft at Miller's. The
NX pursuit plane, the NX train
ing plane, NX mail plane and the
weat NX cabin plane. These are
Hensational flyers and will di
1000 feet with ease; Price $1 to
Ji.75. Get yours at Miller's to
day. Visits Rural Schools- The rural
mrhools at Silver Falls, Hullt,
Mountain View and Davis were
visited yesterday by William W.
Fox, rural schooly supervisor. Fox
reports that four new pupils have
recently enrolled at Davis and that
a. new sewing club and a handi
craft club is being formed there.
This school is the first to organ
ize a wook work project, which is
now being offered for the first
time. Dorothy N'eal has been re
hired a teacher at the Davis
Dance McElroy's Oregonlans.
Mellow Moon. Salem, Wed. Mar.
12. 1
Will Relarm to New York
Mias Carolyn Boudo. of the
Commonwealth Fund of New York
City, will leare today for the east
via. California. She has spent a
n amber of weeks in Salem assist
ing with the final work In the
statistical department of the Ma
rion couay child health demon
stration. Carnival Dance, Hazel Green.
Trtwhers Rehired The three
teacher at the Hayesville school
have been rehired for another
year according to report filed with
the. county school superintendent.
Mra. Hacel K. Marshall Is princi
pal, Lavina Robins is intermediate
teacher and Ursula McDonald has
charge of the primary department.
Want used furniture. Tel. fill.
Girls to Iay Five girls will
' comprise the orchestra to play
next Tuesday at the March meet
ing, of the Men's Brotherhood of
the Jason Lee church. In the or
chestra are Katie Mishler, Doro
they Barego, Barbara and Laurie
Baxham and Blair Foley.
Dollar dinner every night 6:45
to S at the Marion hotel.
Now ready select list of spe
cial home buys with house num
ber, price and terms stated. Call
or phone 515 for the list and
drive around to view these pro
perties yourself. W. II. Graben
horst Co., 134 South Liberty St.
Claims Non-Support Declaring
that her husband has not support
ed her for several years and alleg
ing that he has wrongfully accus
ed her of infidelity. Thelma Wil
li 4ms has filed suit for divorce
against Edward L. Williams in
t'.te circuit court here.
Our regular $10.00 Realistic
permanent waves complete 7.
3. Capital Beauty Shoppe
Jtulson Files Lewis E. Jud
soa, route 4, Friday filed his dec
laration of candidacy for the of
fice of precinct-cotnmitteeman for
the Salem Heights precinct. Jud
soois a republican candidate and
imw holds the office to which he
apjres to be reelected.
Shed dry wood-coat Prompt
delivery. Tel. 13, Salem Fuel Co.
.sk Hauling remit Vern Mc
Tiaimonds has filed an applica
tion for a Jog hauling permit with
the county clerk. MeTlmmonds de
sires the use of the Talbot-Buena
Vista road for his log hauling op
erations. Dance, McElroy's Oregonians,
Mellow Moon. Salem, Wed. Mar.
12. Ladles 25c, gents 75c.
Sale to Contlaue The rum
mage sale and the other phases
of the drive for the Salem Gen
eral hospital, will continue
through next week, it was announ
ced today by leaders in the move
ment. Speeding Charged Glen Du
vall, 1S10 North Summer street,
E. C. Hamilton of Eugene and
C. F. Eschweig, 10?0 Center
street, were arrested Thursday
aight and Friday morning on
charges of speeding.
Miss Hair Visits Miss Mozelle
Hair of the University ot Oregon
aad prominent in teaching and the
Business and Professional Wom
an's, clnb work, was a Salem vis
itor yesterday.
Attend today thj -iree Cooking
school and Monarchrange demon
stration at C. S. Hamilton's Furni
ture Store. '
Birycl Stlcm Miss Mary
Aliens, 1970 Rural avenue, has
informed the police; that her bi
cycle was stolen from her home,
1470 Rural avenue, Thursday
Alter Cannery . The Oregon
Packing company took out a per
mit Friday calling for alteration
of its build ios at J5 South 12th
afreet at a cost of 3,50t.
Fret Aluminum Cooking let
with every Monarch Electric rang
apld by C S. Hamilton's Furni
ture Co.
Students to "Aberdeen - Jo
King, Howard Asmas and Frits
Amman, students at the senior
nigh school, are spending the week
end In Aberdeen, Wash.
Etzel Released Ralph Etzel
was' released from the city Jail
Friday after serving (ire days on
a., charge of drunkenness.
Class Papers Next David Eyre,
editor of the high school Clar
ion, has announced that the an
nual class editions of the Clarion
will be in order immediately fol
lowing the basketball tournament.
Each class edits one issue of the
paper, the best issue winning for
that class highest points in the
contest on the inter-class trophy.
Helen Childs will be the senior
editor: Llara Lvona th innfor
chief and Margaret will issue or
ders for the sophomore paper
which will come from the press
May 2.
Auction, 3 households of furni
ture and tools, 30 choice laying
hens. 10 sacks No. 4 Netted Gem
potatoes, apples, etc. at F. N.
Woodry's Auction Market. X.
Summer today at 1:30 p. m.
To Address Students Miss Ol
ive Doak. society editor of The
Statesman has been invited to
address the regular meeting of
the Clarion newspaper staff next
Tuesday on newspaper work, and.
will also lead a round table dis
cussion for the young reporters.
Terminal Taxi Service, call 62.
New low rates. No charge for
extra passengers.
Dean Esterly to Talk The
Girls' League assembly at the
high school Friday, March 14,
will be featured bv an address
from Mrs. Virginia Judy E?terly,
dean of women at the University
of Oregon at Eugene.
Asks fop Divorce A divorce
complaint has been filed in circuit
court here by H. A. Robinson
against Ella Robinson. It is al
leged that the woman neglected
her home. He asks custodv of a
minor child.
For sale recleaned red clover
seed 15c, Fred e Vries, R. .
Want New license An appli
cation for the renewal of a bil
liard hall license has been filed
with the county clerk by Hill
Brothers of Mill City.
McElroy's Dance Band at Mel
low Moon, Wed. March 12. x
Back From Visit Jesse Bracke,
veteran gardner at the Sally Bush
estate on Mission street, has Just
returned from a six months trip
through the middle west.
Died At the residence on
Route 3, March 7. Milan J. Lep
ley. 73. Father of Ivan E. of Sa
lem, Claude A. of North Dakota,
Bert L. of Sacramento, Calif.;
Henry G. of Cleveland. O.. Leo W.
ot Salem. Brother of Frank of
Oakland, Calif.. Joe of Cameron,
Wis., Fed, Simon and Edgar Lep
iey of Viola, Wis. D. J. n.Fy
ley of Viola, Wis. Funeral ser
vices Saturday at 3 o'clock from
the Rigdon chapel. Rev. ' D. J.
Howe officiating. Interment City
View cemetery.
Carl Beyer, 81. died March 1 at
the home, 730 North 15th street.
Husband of Mrs. Caroline Beyer
and Father of Ernest of Salem.
F. G., of Rhamf N. D., Herman of
Fairmount, N. D., and Mrs. L. M.
Propp of Salem. Funeral ser
vices Monday at 2 o'clock at the
Christ Lutheran church, 18th and
State street. Rev. Amos E. Minne
man officiating. Under direction
Rigdon and Son. Interment City
View cemetery.
Died, in this city March 4, Ar
thur M. Gardner, 52. Husband of
Mary Gardner, son of Mrs. Theo
dore Gardner of Fort Cook, Ne
braska. Brother of Mrs. Albert
M. Malone of Minneapolis, Minn.,
and Mrs. Albert G. Chase of Fort
Cook, Neb. Funeral services
Saturday at 1:30 p.m. from the
Rigdon Mortuary, Rev. George
Swift officiating. Interment City
View cemetery.
George Singer, age 5, died
March 6 at the home at 1855 N.
Com'l. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Singer; brother or Anna. Margar
et. Theresa. Elizabeth, Katherine
and Sandina; grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Adam and Mrs. Lena Linden.
Funeral services Saturday at the
Clough-Taylor chapel at 1:30
o'clock. Rev. D. J. Howe officiat
ing. City View Cemetery
Established 1803 Tel. 1266
Conveniently Accessible
Perpetual care provided for
Prices Reasonable
1 1
PeUrest iflemorial
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Jnst ten salante frosn the
Mart of tawm .
'1X0X9 T.
Public Service Commission
Member Writes Letter on
Tram Fare Issue
H. H. Corey, member of the
public service commission, Fiday
sent a letter to Governor Norblad,
declaring that he was willing that
Carey and Harlan, rate experts for
the City of Portland, shall receive
every assistance of the commis
sion in making valuations Qf the
street car properties of the Port
land Electric Power company.
Corey's letter was In reply to a
communication prepared in Port
land Thursday, requiring Frank
Miller, chairman ot the public
service commission, to give Carey
and Harlan and the City of Port
land the services of the commis
sion's engineers and all available
records required in making the
valuations. Miller previously was
quoted as stating that the records
of the commission would be avail
able to Carey and Harlaad, but
that the commission would not
lend its engineers to the rate ex
perts in connection with the sur
Miller said yesterday that he
had not yet received the gover
nor's letter, and that he would
not have any statement to make
until it arrives at his office. He
also Indicated that he desire I to
confer with the governor before
making public any reply to the
Corey's letter to Governor Nor
blad read:
"Referring to your letter ad
dressed to the chairman of this
'commission in which you so
forcefully point out the dutl:s of
this commission with its relation
to the attempt on the part of the
city officials of Portland to se
cure relief for street car riders
from the present 10-cent fare, the
statement of Chairman Miller
manifestly was made in behalf ot
tha majority opinion signed by
Miller and Brotzmeyer. The writer
riled a separate epinlcn in which
be wholeheartedly indorsed the
service at cost plan as advocated
by the city's experts, Carey and
Harlan, a copy of which has been
sent to you.
"There was no understanding
between Chairman Miller and this
writer as to the attitude of this
commission with respect to the
cooperation with Carey and Har
lan. "All Information and records of
the street railway case are public
records and are available to any
citizens desiring to make use of
them. It is the commission's duty
to cooperate to the fullest extent
with The city officials in this
highly important matter.
"There has been no hesitancy
in the writer's part at any time
to cooperate fully with the city
officials of Portland in all mat
ters affecting the general public
SILVERTOX, March 6 Ain
Bump, who has lived on Howell
Prairie for the past 23 years,
died at his home late Wednesday
night. Funeral services will be
held Saturday afternoon at 2:30
from the Jack and Ekman chapel
under the auspices of the Chris
tian Science church and inter
ment will be made in Miller
Bump was 78 years of age at
his death. He was born in Wis
consin. He is survived by his
widow, five children. C. A.
Bump, Portland; Miss Celia
Bump. Corvallis; Thomas Bump
and Mrs. ,Ruth Jefferson, Ger
vais; Mrs. F. M. Cutsforth, Soda
Springs, Ida., and one brother,
Lincoln Bump ot Campbell,
Langley Out For
Job as Attorney
Lotus L. Langley, Portland.
Friday filed with the secretary of
state here his declaration of can
didacy for the democratic nomin
ation for distrtct attorney of
Multnomah county. "Enforce
ment of law. Conservation of tax
payers money and freedom from
influence." Is the slogan adopted
by Mr. Langley.
now practicing with
Dr. H. C. Eppley and
Dr. II. H. Olinger
S10 Bank of Commerce Bltlg.,
Phone 1235
Eyeglass Insurance and thor
ough examination Included.
110 PL Commercial St.
Expert Motor
Cars, Tracks "nod Tractors,
with the moat modern and np
to date EqnJpasent
G. A. Raymond Machine
423 Chesn. St. FboM 8
We Rent
Used Furniture
3all 193, VJsed Fnrmlt
131 K. High. :
o , , : c
Mrs. Ruth St. Claire, the young New Tork girl who was sentenced
recently to life imprisonment as a fourth offender, pictured in her
compartment of. the train that took her to Sing Sing, where she will
ad her days, if her sentence is fulfilled. When asked to smile for
the photographer Mrs. St Claire answered, "how can I smile
my heart is brekea?"
National Business and
Professional Women to
Observe ' Special Week
these organisations, net only to
the individual members, but to
the communities In which they
function, and to the whole busi
ness world, I urge the people or
Oregon to support and cooperate
in a most successful observance
of National Business and Profes
sional Women's week, rendering
deserved tribute to the pioneer
.who made a way for the achieve
ment of today, and honoring the
The members ot tha Salem
Rusineas and Professional Wom
en's club are busy preparing for
their part in the observance of
National Business and Profession
al Women's club week which is
March 10 to 16. Julia Webster
is general chairman in charge of
the activities and Susan Varty is
president of the club.
Proclamations have been issued
by Governor Norblad and Mayor
Livesley. calling attention to the
week and Its significance.
To the People ot Oregon:
During the week of March 10
to 16 the third annual "National
Business and Professional Wom
en's Week" will be observed
throughout the United States.
During these days 6,000 mem
bers of business and" professional
women's clubs In 1100 communi
ties of our country will call at
tention to the aims, achievements
and progress of their national
In a remarkably short time
thousands of women have
achieved positions in commercial
and professional life, which com
mand respect and admiration. In
the economic advancement of
women and in their adjustments
to new Bpheres of activity, the
business and professional wom
en's clubs have been - powerful
factors for good. They have
taught organization, cooperation
and teamwork. They have fos
tered high personal and profes
sional ideals. They have encour
aged breadth of vision and under
standing. Their scope has been
not only nation wide but inter
national in character. Every in
terested member who has partic
ipated actively in their program
must have achieved thereby a
higher aim and a wider view.
Because of the great value of
thousauds of fine and useful
women who, efficient, well
trained and eager for service,
are making a notable contribu
tion to the economic and social
Without aperttioa m toss ff Ibh. ,
329 Or SOB BUg. I
Week-End Surprise
Assorted Flavors
Regular Price 35c a lb.
Saturday only at
22c a Lb.
Only at
The Original TeHow Front and
Oaadx Special Storw mt Salens.
1S5 If. Cfcmnteirial
Phono 197
Penslar Agency
4fc jwm "triril'w' ' V
life of our nation.
Very truly yours,
To the People ot Salem:
During the week of March 10
to IS the third annual "National
Business and Professional Wom
en's Week" will be observed
throughout the United States.
Durtng these days 56,000 mem
bers of business and professional
women's clubs in 1100 communi
ties of our country will call at
tention to the aims, achievements
and progress of their national
Since so many women have
identified themselves with com
mercial and professional activities
of the affairs of the United
States, It Is onf duty to recognise
them in their splendid work.
Their social clubs and general ac
tivities have contributed greatly
to the success and better living
conditions in general throughout
the United States. Women of
character and ability should have
the same standing as our best
men Id all their undertakings.
I; therefore, appeal to the citi
zens of Salem to support and co
operate in making this observ
ance of "National Business and
Professional Women's Week" a
grand success.
Very truly yours.
We sell For Sale signs, No
Trespasstng signs. For Rent
signs and Legal Blanks. Call at
the Statesman office.
25c in business district
35c one mile radius
50c to city limits
4 can ride for the price of one
Salem Taxi Service, Inc.
By James
REMEMBER that the man worth while is the nana who
ran smile when everything goes dead wrong.
REMEMBER that you're going dead right when yon com
here. Good nsed cars that will give years of dependable
Saturday's Used Car Week Specials
Dodge Victory 0 Hydraulic brakes -7 bearing crankshaft
4 aew tires a real bay at f 70S
Dodge SS Sedan reconditioned guaranteed ear, S3 73
See Our Classified Mating
"Bayiag Safely Means Baylag f a Reliable Dealer"
Bdnesteele Motor Co.
The blessings of insurance un
der The Statesman's one dollar
automobile coverage policy fall
alike on those employed by the
paper and the subscribers.
Witness the case ot Miss Flor
ence Snodgrass. correspondent
for The Statesman at Amity.
On New Year's eve Miss Snod
grass sustained serious injuries
when the car in which she was
riding was struck by a car driven
by a McMinnville resident, Floyd
From the time of the accident
until February 11 Miss Snodgrass
was totally disabled.
Under the weekly compensation
plan provided for In the policy,
she presented her claim and it
was promptly paid. A check for
$58.57 payment In full for the
time of disability, was forwarded
her Friday by Gus Hixson. circu
lation manager ef The Statesman.
During the past 12 months
more than a dozen claims have
been received and paid through
this newspaper.
An evening meeting and ban
quet to be held "in the near fu
ture" is planned by the recently
formed Salem Credit Men's asso
ciation according- to C. W. Cook,
its president. At the gathering
speakers from out or town will
be secured to speak about credits
and collections.
Friday the credit men's group
held its regular meeting at the
Argola and Informally discussed
a number of credit matters re
garding certain individuals on
whom the association desired
more information.
A committee headed by Henry
Morris, presented articles ot in
corporation, which the associa
tion adopted and ordered filed
with the state.
Under the Incorporate author
ity, the association may collect
monies and hold for the Individ
ual members. The organization
has no paid-in capital stock and
a non-profit association.
Final plans for the ISth annual
Oregon Older Girl's conference to
be held in Salem, April 4, 5 and
6, will be made at the mass meet
ing under the direction of Mrs.
Jean M. Johnson, of Portland.
Every minister has received spe
cial notice of the meeting to be
held Sunday. March 9, at 3:00
o'clock in the Presbyterian church
where the conference Is to be held
In April.
Committees have been appoint
ed by Muriel White, chairman of
the Salem girls, to work in the
various churches and a large del
egation is expected from each.
Mrs. W. A. Schults has the re
sponsibility of being chairman of
the housing committee and all
churches are to cooperate with
her in this project, because the
conference Is expecting 500 girls
or more this year.
Mis3 Daphne Hughes of Rose-
W. Harreil
C Until n
i rusts.
burg, sresident. and Hiss Clyrol
Hallock of Portland, secretary are
the officers ot this organ IzaUon,
and under their leadership and
that ot many other very fine lead
ers the conference this year will
rank as one of the best aver held.
Plans were developed Friday
night at the chamber,of commerce
rooms for a new pamphlet "What
to See in Salem," which is to be
published this sprint; by the
chamber. James H. Nicholson
chairman of a committer working
on the publication. Assisting him
are William J. Liljequist, Walter
Nelson and Frank A. Erickson.
The pamphlet will be terse as
to its writing content and will
be well illustrated. It will list for
visitors to the city the outstand
ing sights to be seen in a short
stay here. Distribution will be
through service stations, gar
ages, stores, camp grounds, hotels
and other places where visitors
are accustomed to stop.
Originators of Low Prices
when buying meats. The prices we quote are as low as
good meat can be sold for. A purchase will convince 70a
that price and quality are just what we advertise them
to be.
Fop Oatuffday Wo OC2oi?
Prime Choice
Beef Roasts Sirloin Steak
H0e lib. 2s Hlb.
Tender Fancy
Swiss Steaks Round Steak
22c Mb. ago nib.
Pure Home Rendered Lard, lb. . 10c
5 lb. limit with meat purchase
Dainty Lean Young- Pig
Loin Chops Pork Roasts
25c Wb. U 7c Hlb.
"Nut Sweet" Sliced Bacon, lb .30c
Unexcelled for quality and flavor
Milk Fed Little Pit
Veal Steak Pork Links
25 HUD. 25c Mb.
Fresh All Pork
Ground Beef Sausage
Useless to pay more risky to pay less
Sugar Cured Sugar Cured
Bacon Backs Boneless Picnic
25c Mb. 2gc Mb.
Fresh Cooked CrabsT for ..35c
Oat f consideration to ear employes, we close Satar
iaya at 7:00 P. il. Harry IL. Levy. Mjt.
Wanted Clean Rags for
wiping machinery.
Wifl pay
Commercial Printing Depsrbnenl
ft : rJSA
P. E. P. IT MJC1
Cooperating with the state, of
Oregon In making more beautiful
the grounds adjacent to the state
house buildings, the Portland E1-,
ectric Power company this week
announced that it would remova.p
nine poles on Court street," four.
of which are in the curb In front f
of the hew state office building. "
W. M. Hamilton In writing tha.
state board ot control about tha,
improvement to be made pointed
out that a plan had been worked,
out to reroute the present large.,
power line from its present leca-.
tion on the Court street side, ot
the capital grounds.
"It will co?t us about $750 to,
make the necessary changes la,
our circuits to permit of the ret.
moval of these poles." said Hamil
ton "but our company feels Just!-,
fied in assuming this expense. Int
an effort to improve this beautiful;
civic center. "
We prifct letter heads. Circa
lars. Booklets, Calling Cards,
Posters, and anything that can
be printed. Phone 500, The
Statesman Publishing Co, '
351 State St.