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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1930)
Pastor Here Rer. I.
J. Evans; formerly putor of the
- First ' Christian - church ? here but
t now- tutor ol tuft First Christian
eli area, In Sacramento. Califs will
occupy the Datait of hln farntf
. pastorate Sunday morning - at 11
o'clock, announces J. How.
regular faster:' Ber.' Krana will
alsc address the HenVBlbl ct&m
,, utc am paui 10 a large mem-
t eersrupa under his lastruetorshlp.
. .".at It o'clock. -Rer., Xvans eame
-flwa - this i week te be with - lire.
"Krana. whose father. Thomaa "ST.
- 'Lewis. North 17th street. Is quite
- SaU o alishUr need Ra41
rwieo High boy Reg. $17f-.00.
ndw 1117.04V 1 only; MaJettic
'93. eg. 17l.ee bow I145.M, 1
aly,; 8parton . Reg.- SlSf.Se
?.w 1 only. Brunswick
"if. nag, xi7.0 new liis.oo, 1
nly. Imperial rnrnltare, Co
' Seek tian&&miJL. g. e.
Berahoof is, lodged la- Jail and
M.iivi,wi - stuemniing to gain
f unda ; to support.' his. r wife and
family. : Benaheof " waa 1 haled
.Vioto. justice .court .hare this week
charged ,with- non-support -alter
bo was . arrested at. Lebanon,
Oregon. Benshoot haa' been out
f tbe atate two years and has
thoa avoided the non-support
Cole McBlroy's dance "Tum
ble Inn" J. miles if. of Albany,
jrrt, AUg. ;lst, ; ,
Vlatts Old Frfead W. W.
Sawyer of Nampa. Calif., where
she la president of the T. W. C
A. board, visited tola week with
Mrs. Elisabeth Oallaher. local T.
W. secretary. The women were
friends in California th Nmai
association being under the Val-
lejo office, for which Mrs. Gal
laker waa general secretary prior
to coming to Salem. Mr. Sawyer
was also in the city. - -.
Eat at the Green Lantern,
home pastries, home style, -nice
coot place, 1321 state. .
, tardea ta Speak During the
absence of Rev. George H. Swift,
rector, Tv G. Deckebach, senior
warden and lay-reader, will de-
,Hver-the address Sunday morn
fig at 10 o'clock at St. Paul's
Episcopal eharch. Morning
prayer will be read by the other
layreaders, barman Perbrick and
Robert Neimeyer. The 7:10 a.
tn. Holy eommanion service will
be omitted. . ,
Pillow-arm davenport, Kolster
radio, Spanish desk, rug, mattress
and other household goods for
sale. 102 Ambassador apta. TeL
ill-J. :y:T:i', '
Leaving for Omfcremc J. ; M.
Comer, - pastor of the Seventh
Dy Adrentiat church, and his
family will, leave . this morning
tor uiaastone park to attend the
nana; conxerence .and : conven
tion of the eharch. The Adven-
... tuta iiaTe purchased that park
for their anautt tneettflg place
" jand dedication 'will be held Sun
i A largeiholr of 299 Toices
yrlll be a fetr- tfe
i.i DaBceMcElroys Band, rTsini
."bl InnwJ. miles N. Of . Albany.
;;;Tonight," Aaglst.;-: ! ;
J- Printers to Picnic Members ot
The Statesman mechanical depart
ment will hold a frolic at River
dale park this .afternoon, the
groap to leave town a 1 o'clock.
Included in the group will be lino
type operators, make-up ' men,
atereotypers, pressmen and - fore
man of the 'back -office.'? The
employes work Into the wee ama'
hours each . morning . to bring
forth the paper. - " .
- i v - - - -Gofid
Ifew Baled clover $10. R.
Box 1 Tel. 4T2. , , .
"Swki 1M50 thonages An an
temobile accident-whichv occurred
t Scolts Mills, Mar 25. II Is
I basis for a damage action filed in
circuit court yesterday, by Lorla
' Wrolftad against Walter and Jos-
, h HesseL The complaint says
TSTter Hessel drove the car care
lessly while' under influence of
Dollar dinner every night 5:45
to S st the Marion hotel.
: leaving; oa Vacation Miss
Helen Brittow, secretary in the of
. flee of the city school superintend
ent, will begin her - annual two
weeks vacation. Saturday. She
plans to spend the time in Eugene
-and on a trip to Crater lake. Miss
Vera McCune, secretary to the
principal at Parrish Junior high,
will substitute for Miss Brlstow.
Si Tone In on KEX tonight at 8
o'clock and hear some startling
truths about chain stores.
; Picnic Well Attended Around
1 JO members ot the Sunday .school
of the First Christian church met
at Hager'a grove yesterday after
noon and evening for the annual
picnic ot the congregation. A big
supper featured the frolic. O. J.
Hull is superintendent of the Sun
day school. ; . . , : .'
-"i Angst'. Transferred -- R. L.
Aacst. salesman for the General
Petroleum corporation here, has
been .transferred to Longview
where he will have a aimilar job
. with the company.
."' "olt Store George Hulet
Thursday reported to police 'the
theft of a suit of clothes from his
room "at 91 5 Broadway. The suit
dfeafpeared Wednesday he "eaJd.
, BoJness Visitor W. R. Ka
- aer, Portland real estate man, was
a business visitor la the city yes-
; vterday. -; . .
"Tj - 5IoTlnt0 Jx)ABgeIesJl-Arnold
Olson; 1Z25 Nortk Liberty street:
is moving his family to Los Aa-
Guardlaa Appointed WV It
-Cobb has beesT appelated gvardtasi
of the $2,000 estate. of Walter Ck
Relfe, aa iacompeteat;person. ,.
-J. , ' I mr- '-. jV $..
f t r-K- ft
CIT 5&VXS XT
; f Pwli Tract T," g Chai
u,"?" to S'Jw - from
Myrtle Creek, has purchased a,
tracr In the Alderbrook addition,
and has started construction ot a
home. Chapin'. .on, j". W Chapln.
Is Operating th : Red Lantern
servfen sUUon and restaurant. 1c
r-y- m-inway soutn Of
wwiW rhe - Alderbrook addltfon
W be developed into eomaonf
project, witar golf eonrse and
fTt'on features, .steps
to that, end being adet way now.
rrrvVr,1Br ", Court at
I Attend PlcBk Amons Salem
pwpie- woo atiende.-t tt
Shrine picnic Wednesday, at JanU
am neaca in Portland were Mr.
and Mrs. Bert B. Flack,: Mr, and
Mre..Waye Henry. Mr. nnd Un
J. O. Russell. Miss Lorafne Gull-
roro. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Pattys.
Mr. and Mrs, C.- L. Blodgett and
on ?BU1. This group' .enjoyed
luncheon at the beach, end was
Joined by the .evening dinner by
mr. mo -fltrs. . uavux wrignt.'--
All makes M radios "repaired.
Majestic radio sales and serriee.
Vlbbert and Todd, 4 CI State St;
im., ana. ,
Defendants File Answer De
fendants Delia Schellburg, Grace
Holford, C. C. Wilson and , Lee
ttrown yesterday filed answer In
tne case of A. D. Gardner, at at.
against Anna SUrton. et aL The
defendants named ask that plaln-
yiia- aemands te accorded, but
no judgment fox costs be entered
against these defendants.. ,
. Tune tn on KEZ tonicht at a
o'clock and hear some startling
irntns about chain stores. ,
Colorado Mam Bars W. J.
Magfll mt Colorado has narcfcinMt
the J. J. Dorst 40-acre tract in
the Silverton hilla and moved,hia
family on it this week. The deal
waa handled by Ai- C. Bohrnatadt.
local real estate dealer. Drost has
gone back to California to reside.
Sale of slightly used Radios
PhUco High boy Reg. $179.00,
now 5137.00. 1 onlv: Malestic
S3. Keg. S179.K0 now S145.0S. 1
oniy. sparton 951. Reg. $1S9.50
now $140.00, 1 only. Bninswick
14. Reg. $147.00 now $115.00. 1
oniy. imperial rarnlture Co.
: Briefs Ordered Case of R. F.
Larson, former Kansas resident,
who seeks an embalmer'a license
In Oregon, against the state em
balming board was brouxht in dr
cult court yesterday.' The ludre
oraered briefs submitted by each
Woman's Union, First Congre
gational church, will hold a rum
mage sale Saturday at No. 357
Amaranthus Sponsors Show
Tnrougn courtesy of Frank. BUgh
ine Amaranuns dub is sponsor
ing the shewing of Will Rogers tn
his latest picture, "So This Is Lon-
aon" at the Capitol next Monday
and Tuesday. Members f U club
are handgckets for the event.
' Spot, dance Sat; Hgxel iGreen.
. LIceBeee bewed Marriage B-
eenses -have been issued hers to
Ernest Elohe, 24 Canby; min
worker, and Alice Barneko. 17,
710, Columbia, Salem, atndent;
and to C. B. Wander. 23. Inde
pendence, and Leta Wllkenlng, 22,
Dance with . McElroy's Band
"Tumble Inn" Albany, to
night, Aug. 1st. .
: Petition Granted Application
of C..E. Snlltvan. for a permit- to
nam logs on the Mehama-Gates
road- has beenr granted by - 'the
county court and Albert W. Miller
has been granted license to oper
ate at two-table billiard hall at
Monitor. - '.
. Dance every Sat, night. In cool
pavilion. Legion Park, Stayton.
Assets Turned Over Order was
issued In probate court yeeterday
allowing petition that assets of
the estate totaling. $16,857 In
notes and judgments be turned
over to Sophia Meyer, executrix
of the estate of Lonis Meyer.
Defaults Ordered. Orders of
default were Signed yesterday by
the circuit Judge in the divorce
actions brought by Lorlei Gillette
against Clarence J. Gillette: and I
Cassie Willoughby agafnst James
Estate Worth AM.OOO Eatite
of the late Dr.-L. F. Griffith has
been appraised at $45,493. by, D
W. Eyre. William S. Walton and
E. F. Slade.
Final Account Okeh Final ac
count of Haxel TJrleh, administra
trix of the estate of George Glen
Urich, haa been approved and the
- On War' to Sookam Mrs' Vl
K. Strike, who has been spending
tome ume visiting in this xaty,
left yesterday afternoon : for Spo
kane. ' ". . v ,
Learlag Trip Mrs. Irma S.
LeRIehe ot . the Marlon county
child health demonatraUon. will
leave today for a vacation trip to
Banff,. Alberta, Canada. .
- Estate Appraised Ktt t
Jane Bellinger, a minor, has been
appraised at $500 by Joseph' Al
bert, L. 'P. Aid rick and : H. V.
Compton. j , : , ,
Snesr for lloa-y Associated
On company: haa filed suit for
Judgment :on.SkhiU against A. E.
itt.llcnthi Ncte $lC;b.C3 Cczt'JtZllj: r
llcnthj Iicte;ic:3Xa Ccct VUZr' -:;
Tr-.;'iaBdtab5C3LCT tbv$23C0.C3 ";l : 7-5
' Amply Secured' and the highest type of investment
loans:; z'z-y inyestments"' jCjsuiTAr(CE
'- Permtta Ijwoed The following
uuaing - permits wer - issued
Thursday by the city buUdiag ln
r: Q,- Anderegg, reroof
dwelling at mt Centerf street,
eost fMr Le a; ChUds, repair
house. at 2397 raster ifrMt m.
200;. Lea N. ChUds; repslpdwel-
ae.sontn winter, street,
cost f200; E. JL' Canada, yeroof
toepalrdweUIngT at .1412
worth CapltoL, cost fi00;. Emfl
'rusen, erect garage -at 4$
Norta l4Uk street. $300 J. J
uamoie. 4 reroof house" -.ar J9t
oouia uta street, cost 50.i
jrreo Toy Gflder and eandy fori
every xhild attending Saturday's
Matmee at ,Biigb:CapHeLj
Gets -FelowsWp-rA teaching
zsuowsblp in the Spanish depart
ment haa been awarded ts .Mary
Le ajkeav s , graduaf with
the class of 1929 - at Willamette
university, according to word re
ceived at the school. Mlas Aiken,
the daughter of Mr. and MraV.R.
a Aiken, 157; Sonth Winter
street, Uuglvt Spanish in Inde
pendence high achool Ust year
She will work, toward a master's
degree., in the department whUe
Free Toy Glider and candy lor
every child ' attending Saturday's
Matinee at Bflg t Capitof. :-i
X)mu : Remodeled Reraod
eling of the pipe organ In Waller
nau at Willamette . anlverslty is
under way by the Guenther Organ
company of Portland. About
$2400 Is being expended on the
project and' when, completed the
organ will be one of the nest In
the state,' authorities At " the
school believe. Revoletng- of the
instrument .and raisinr of the
console to a level with the stage
are ins principal charges being
maae. vf' o: .v
' Ladies' Free! Old Ume dance
Tew Park Hall Friday: night.
Oonorece Poured Concrete for
footing ot thejiew South Winter
street bridge was . being poured
Thnrsday, whDe excavation for
footings ot the .North Commer
cial . street bridge was begun.
Work is progressing satisfactor
ily on both -structures accordinn
to uugn Koagers. city enrlneer.
who keeps daily watch on the
work. The north abutment wall
on the South Winter street bridge
wui ne ponrea maay, ne said.
tore Ofl Applied Another
coat of oil was put on tho surface
of the slough west of Falrmount
hUi Thursday when City Sanltarv
Inspector Batty Cooper and Har
ry sinks, county, sanitary inspec
tor, put new apparatus Into use.
The slough waa a breeding place
xor mosquitoes nUI some time
agp wnen me nrst ell was apray-
a on we surface. - T
Resurfacing Promisees Re
surfacing of 1$ blocks on South
commercial street by the county
paring crew will be completed
-next week, according: to Street
commissioner Walter- S. Low.
New buck top l . inehea i in
thickness is be lor vut'oa the
street up to where the Orernn
Electric tracks Intersect it Mill
screes. - . '--'V--:.-"-
Driver Arrested J. T. Davis
of Yakima, Wash., is cited' to ap
pear this morning in police eonrt
ce answer to k charga, of reckless
anyinr fued noon bis Arrest Wed
nesday night. The arrestinr offU
cer earn jjans turned the corner
at Liberty and Court at n danger,
out rate of speed. Ban was set
Default Divorce Day Default
divorce day U set for the circuit
conn today, and Judging from
tne papers filed the Jndee win
be kept busy for soma timn mt.
tllng fstes of those who are seek-
Berlnar-Set-Order vu aXnmA
In probate court yesterday setting
aepiemoerje as ume. for hearing
on peUtion of W. a Kantner. 'ex
ecutor of the estate of Anna A.
Kantner, that certain properties of
the estate be sold. .
Go To BeachMrs. Madalene
L. Callin. vaUey . editor of The
Oregon Statesman, and her small
daughter Myra left this morning
ior a two week vacation which
will be spent -at their summer
home at Klataanda Beach.
At Cutler City Three. Salem
girls, Mildred Drager, Mary White
and Lucille Wood, are spending
the week at the Drager cottage at
Cutler City.;; , - -
Hearing Is Set Final hear-
ng in the estate of Emeline K.
Davis has been set for September
..Ronald Glover is administrator.
Action Dtssnissed On tinnl-
tlon, action haa been dismissed In
the circuit court case of K. Breen
against Meuie Harrington. .
Kenschen To Mr. and Mra
K, B. Kauscher, 2S9I Brdoks avsh
nue, n soy, Kenneth Burton, horn
jy e. . . :-'
' FOR RENT !
rcan aiojL rwt vmu
w. WI N. Elsfa I
.05 Oresoa.XUd -V - - '
Tfc OltEtJQN STATE5SI AN. Salera. Qregtm. Friday HIorniiig; Acnsl
Petitioa Conncll Asking that
th alley riinnmn'-est:nd west
threngsi the "Charles Cartwrlgbt
addition to th city be designat
ed as a motdr way, a nuzaher
nf property owners ta that terri
tory bavw entered 4 petition- for
consideration ' by " the 'ounctt.
Signers of the petition are Maud
A. Scott, Mrs. Henrr B, Htfei
sen. Mrs. s. Hartry. Adam Eaget,
Belle De Antrentont, John, Mea
ger and cm; L. Ceyera. Therrs
ejuest Jwin preMhly ; tss
ered . at the saxt ssnnneft
'Tor: ymam K
Power. part Itfc in
pouee court Thursday when he
pleaded- guilty to eharss ot
fafling to ston at si Atop stret,
He was arrested nfber Ms-ear
and n motorcycle, driven, hy Ttr
gn Kuhin collided last week. JCn
bin' being badly injured In the
erwlu . ... - . , .. ;-
-Sen Roberts to Sis; Kva
Roberta win be soloist at . the
band concert te few played to
night at a o'eioek tn WUlson
park. The eoneerts, held twice
a week, are attracting ar large
nnmher, ; itj '..a:., -rr
- - n2;r? ,.-yr?'vs
-Mew c B elensB William Lar
head and Charley Jones, serrinf
Ave days - each ivthe city . JaU
tor-minor liquor violatlosa were
released Tbursday, They were
arrested last Saturday nigat.
Leave foi Mlaaonri Myrtle M.
Meyer. 1902 North 5th street, left
Thursday on a trip to SL Joseph,
Died at the residence miles
north ot Salem on Rout g, July
31. Fred Schlagv f 4. Survived
by widow, Caroline; five sons,
Godfrey, Mann el, David, John and
Benjamin; six daughters, Martha,
Bertha, Rebecca, 'Mary, paaltne
and Esther,, all of Salem, Route
8; three brothers, Dan of Salens
John of North Dakota, and Chris
of California; three sisters, Lan
ra Bits of Oklahoma, Lydla Jans
of North Dakota and Mary Bur-
aeske- of Canada. Funeral an
nouncements later by the Salem
Died in tals city July SO. Wil
liam H. Jndson. Survived by son.
Percy, Bremerton, Wash.; ' ne
phew, Lewis Jndson ot Salem.
Funeral services Friday at 1:20
o'clock from the W. T. Rigdon
and Son mortuary. Interment
Odd Fellows cemetery.
Med at th raalilAiica. A
box 29. Salem. Inly 31. Mrs. Car
oline L. Close. If. Survived by
three daughters. Mrs. William
Knight. Wapato, Wash.; Mrs. L.
GUI, Seattle; and Mrs. Frank
Conn, Salem, Rt. 4, and two sons,
William dose. Donald. Wn.: and
J. Close ot Salem. Funeral ser
vices Friday, August 1 at 1 bjl
from Clough-Taylor chapel with
Rev. Tlbbit officiating. Interment
at City View..., ; V.. . .
Died at San Diego, Calif.. July
Z4, James 8. PlnneU. 04. Hus
band ot the laU Jalia Bross Pln
neU. Salem. : Survived br sisters.
Amanda Pinnell, Milton. lows-
Mrs. J. Boyer, Cantrll. Ia.; Mrs.
mary uarrei, Enid. Okla.. and
brothers. A. J. of MUton, Iowa;
T. 8. of OkUhoma, and L H. of
Salem. Funeral services Satur
day at 2 p.m. from the Clough-
rayior enapei with Dr. W. C.
Kantner officiating. . Interment
City View cemetery.
Died in a local hospital July 81.
Kendall Klann, age 14. Survived
ny xatner, c. K. KUan, Madras.
Oregon. Remains shipped to Ma
dras Fridsy jy Clough-Taylor
company. , ... .?- - ..P
Citj View Cemetery
CsCnblisbed 1888 TeL 1264
Perpetual care provided fer
i Prices Reasonable . '
. wos aitt Mooemttly
; A Park Cemetery
civith perpetual care
: Just tea minutes from the
; heart , of town
Foar Bottles of New. HairTonic
cpav uflin riiCtDCcccn tuic
mini imiii uiu I iiLiiumsi IlleJ
, xwnisnea a tnen umuorwt i ana
Gray HnJrikn Bade to4 .
j I ; YouthfoljCbbr . t.
: Now .': '
READ HER DEILIGHTE
fltwas reeOr emfsarraaalar te
he not ever thirty years eld and
have gray hair and. iseay aaaey
Ing eUadrnff.'Blt was caeaing my
narr ce cesab eat .by the rsandf nf
asl-my.acafa seemed se drr aad
Itchy -all theitimeUwrites ilrsJ
i- Cnty,hoserpktareVar pears eel
e mat,T4,-Tk5 l lesmef aSsnt
Lea's Uair TezU 'ai, it ia nb-j
zj snort et a mtracss what It m
isr meviFesr kettles and a veek
ty shsmpen wh tasir aewder Hi
U.lThe rst bottle made such s
wonderful imprevement I kept en
aad teday ay seal? is as kealAy
an can bcjNet a lit af sUadrtl
any mere and yoa shonli lavs seen
the gray hairs ge back te its rer-
rfTw"1 aiwr rubbed it
?it?W f "J mrtmff levery
"yewaiaea gntck . result
HznyM HawcrtSi la Come
.Here tfext Thiirsday,
" Amateur , and prof esslonai.ho
Ugrapiers' f Salem' are" off ered
an- exceptional' treat Thursday nv
enlnsv Agnsrt; in the- audltor
Jnnr of th flalem' cnaniber of
conmercev , when, fiarryL H. Hs
worth; Saservttor ef Visual in
straetion in tho Paaadesa -etty
Schools glveal his lllsstrated lee
tnre: Throxn Out Deserts in
the Wske nf Spring, according
to L Earl Deaae, manager ot
the Salem -i Deaeoaess - hospital,
who ia an WKpcrienced photogra
: Manager Deane, who is n per
sonal friend of. Supervisor Ha
Werthhas made- a hobby of pho
tography all his life andwaa com
missioned by. thn'Frencn. govern
ment to. make pictures of the
bleeping, sickness inVAXrlca. " He
has also done newspaper aLma
gatlne: phstpgraphy and he lah
thusiastlc concerning thapicturea
to be shown by Haworth.
Plan Sectloa of .
Salem Arts League '
. Deane la Interested In arousing
interest among Salens photogra-
. Wants Back Alimony Nancy
M. Jones yesterday entered com
plaint in circuit court here
against L. F. Jones for Judgment
Of 18,850, alleged due in $150
attorneya .fees and alimony at
the rate of S7S a mon.tb since
December 8, 1920. Personal
Judgment In that sum waa en
tered against Jones In the King
county , eonrt In Washington in
December, 1920, the complaint
Croesinc Not NeededAnswer
of the Oregon Electric on peti
tion applying for establishment
of a grade crossing near Wood
barn was filed with the county
court yesterday. The railroad
aays such crossing is not neces
sary as a matter of pubUe con
venience and necessity, inasmuch
as there are now two good grade
crossings about, a half mile on
either side of the proposed site.
Seeks Divorce A. II. Jones
yesterday fUed In circuit court
divorce proceedings against
Graee Jones, to whom he was
married in Polk county in Sep
tember, 1908. He says defen
dant deserted and abandoned the
home In October, 1928. There
are two daughters.
Seeks Divorce Alleging that
his wife was unfaithful to him,
and naming another man, Alvln
Krieger seeks divorce from Pearl
Krieger in complaint filed yes
terday in circuit court. He seeks
custody ot their two children.
They .were married In October,
HIT. ' . ,
portlaad - Wallace H.
Brown, Portland insurance man.
was a bnsf nessrriaf tor yeeterday. v
. . Go to Biigh's Capitol . Sat
mrday Matinee) and receive
FREE box of candy together
with a TOT GLIDER.
No raise in
. t Wafers.
Taken , from our reffukur
A atemarkable piece of
candy made from Pare
Friday and Saturday Only
Two lbs. for 40c
- . , at
Salemw original yellow front
and eandy special store
N. Oommerclal St. TeL 10T
Hesne of Schaefer's Remedies
" " Penalar Agemcy
IJBJ YBT THIBTY
sr Anyese mar ebtalm the ttaamira?-
Sta.TlCandrs2j sni r rran fcaira
are net st sU iheVsshiea ia these
hangar times. better groomed
and I tre yeun g t Ukimt if - yea
wu large aaead sociaSy er ia
ewatoess.nNe mene need be desfg.'
nated ; asTthe grsy haired narty
any mere.1 Obtain a bottle ef year
drtist, er send tl ta Lea Tenia
Co, lentweod. Eli. fee battle re.
twii 'ataa if - store nasal it yet
Besalts auaranteed aatisfctarv ia
six ; veeliiLermeaey refunded ea
I I I Si
phers la the formation of n pho
togrgphie secUon nf the Salem
Arts league, and he haa obtained
the hearty co-operation of Presi
dent John Clifford In presenting
Haworth to Salem "lovers of the
Vhotographle k arC: The Salem
Arte league, through president
Clifford, extends m cordial Invfr
cation to alt interested to attend
this lecture. '
"Haworth, who traveled more
than 8.000 miles over the Colora
de and Mojsve deserts, pictures
the lure -of the vast stretches of
bnmlag sand and rock; Ae ahowa
the animal and plant life, flowers,
and ; physical features. He win
also show a group of plctarea he
made In Oregon and Washington
last year. . The sUdes were- madTe
lit Haworth'a own laboratory and
colored by a colorist under his
direction. . - . .
June 8, Haworth gave nls'Iee
tire before the Natnre clib of
Southern Caluifornia. in Los
Angeles, and the following waa
said concerning ft: "Haworth'a
pictures are of unusual merit and
Lift Insurance -claims paid In
Salem in 1929 amounted to $98.
000, figuree released this week by
the National Underwriter reveal
ed. Of the claims paid, two were
for sums between $8000 and
$0000, six were for claims of $2,
000 each and nine were tor
claims ef $1000 each. The re
mainder were tor miscellaneous
Claims paid in Salem were con
siderably less than for other ci
ties of small site tn Oregon. As
toria's claims amounted te $462,-
00. Bend $124,009, Eugene
Oisf.BQv, Oregon City $229,000.
The magazine reported more
than two billion dollars oald bv
jne companies to beneficiaries
daring 1929 with $8,000,000
paid one group of heirs ss the
largest single payment.
Riea in Protein and
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100 8. Coral Tel. 281z4
Open every week dsy .
except Monday -
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Confidence in Future Suc
cess of Industry is
. Here Thursday to .confer with
ibeal men interested ' the pro
dactloa Of flax -aad Its manufac
ture fnto linen were Robert
Slmpaonof Clifton, New Jereey,
Q. Robinson.' president ef
the Vancouver, Wash., linen mills
ta-wWeh Simpson Is the heaviest
Robinson declared that: there
were untold possibilities for the
trowth of flax and Its manufac
ture into linen in western Oregon
and western Washington. He said
the Industry was suffering, how
ever, from a faUure on certain
leader's part to recognize that the
industry could only advance as all
dlsfrlbution. were advanced La
unison.: vt-i--,- -:,
Robinson ds much Interested t
a?o the Oregon Line, Mills TrWrne
OrSS and eowjMT attack by the
tJ.!?d F$Tt c?mi!n7 on through
1 JSri 2k Salem,, of , which I am
ffi'j?? 8Urpri?f1 f sTentleman of ifr. Jadbet.
ter8 cahbre would tolerate such a proceedinsr Per-
i Wf and totimlSS ahould be Sed
Si.iT Jon. I consented to with
S fm"onrance to petition
of the Oregon Pulp paper Co. f or TacaUon of
43 feet of Trade street between ComX ard Front
if I was assured it would not interfere with my
Front st- 1 heard nothing Urec 1
satisfied; but what about future tenants? Am I
I?u f?! to priate eorporaUon8 demands
which might result in the confiscation of ray prop.
rty or attempt to protect my property anT take a
chance of being run out of town, hung in effiry or
what not? My good wife and I areTcciased if l
ing on a portion of Oak street that nerer waa
opened and on account of steep Muff on the east
ride never could be used if opened. This street
etween High and Church was racated by the city1
fifty years ago. The ownetv gare in exchange
!rr F1 -y for street Purposes to open hp 14th
street ' . ,
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I resent the insult by a local paper referring to
me as a "hick town citizen" who should hare a
monument erected to his memory, ray record will
disprove above. I have always 'tried to be con
Bervattae and progressive. j
tyj&P1 of w; whethW Vhavt
contributed with time and money to help build Sa
lem industries. Mr. Leadbetter will tefi you how
many thousand I hare invested in the Oregon Pulp
" and Paper Co. r --f';-:' - -:T - -
I hare been a resident of Salem 48 years! and
; taxpayer in the dty of alem 45 years and as such
1 TFV; lhe riht 10 nake objection to this dty
establishing a precedent of vacating 43 feet of a
business street that has been constantly used since
the town was laid out about seventy fire years
a- ::; dan j.fry.
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its operations inasmuch, as a ghnfe
down in the plant bare affects his"
Vancouver. Wash., property. ;
Mr. Simpson said he had come
west last week solely to attest
to fcta lines mftl ' tiMtiM i,.. -
Re expressed his confidence In the
eventual success of the Industry.
In New Jersey, Mr. Simpson tor
years has eondueted a large floral
iaduatry, growing roses tor sain
on the New Tork City markets.
Zfrs. Robertson : ;
5 :.: stricken; Rites
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- Mrs. VI ra Robertson of King- -wood
Park died Tuesday ta thin
city at the age of Slyears. ! Pri-
vat tnml ' mill i . v.
Thursday at 10 a nt. and eoaclnd.
lneerrseea were held at the Port,
land Crematorimm nUniolein,
Rev. George H. "Swiff offieUted. ?
Mrs. Robertson has been a re
sident or Oregon since 1904 eoseV
ing here from Hinsdale. MIcht-.
gan. . Her husband. Arthur Re
bertaon, died la 19 In Portland..
. s. uroxton. w. a rMrfn ..i
J. G. Croxton bf Angola, Indiana.
She was the footer mother ot a
a. Kooertson with whom she
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