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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salecu Oregon, Saturday Horning, April 11. 1931
BE FILED TO
Auwtr t salt brousni by
r.tr T? Tint'Mnarm S adminis
trator of the estate of Blanche
K. Hatenlnsaa, was filed la cir
cuit court yesterday br John J.
ad Jastln A. Ransom. 4ten
Aants In tW &m.f eaa valctt
rew out of accident Acre ia
December 15. In which Blancne
Hatehlason wa killed.
Jastln Ransom -was" driving
tbe ear tm- watch. Biancne was
ThA dafenee. assarts that
.the HaUUnaen Ctrl mrpested
ae. another gttL ana me mree
hoy who wcm la the Swe Eland
at tbe clown- hoar me ws w
accident hasproed, ride- about
town a while before cola to
iwir tMtmea. Contention is also
made ' that the girl knew Ihe
streets of Salem ana tnai -Kan-
eom. nor resident, 4 LA not
know them, and that he drove
into a stop-street without toow
It was & tfm street.
rlm la made that tb -night
was dark and the stop signs not
visible. Ransom was anvins: no
more than xs nines an sour., an
aver says. ; ; . -
nMnM the riri had know
ledge of these things, deten
janti ask- tht the complaint be
dismissed and that defendants
recover, costs. . J"
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accomplished with excellent Inter
pretation and -surprising under
T7i eils. ni-4n!nal 'cellist
with the Portland Symphony or-
cnesrra, won ynMun
with the two groups of numbers
presented, wun- wrs.
Schramm accompanying htm.
Cradle Song by Schubert was
especially beautiful and demand
aa encore which Mr. Stetner gra
ciously gave. -.
Prof. R. W. Hans Seltx, direc
tor of the Salem Symphony or
chestra, was in the audience and
gave appreciative applause for the
splendid and artistic work pre
sented by the Salem Junior or
chestra. Several Portland people
" also motored down for the occa-
An enthusiastic audience, sin
cere musicians and an inspiring
director made the first Salem
Junior Symphony an inspiring one.
In Profit When
It Comes True
. CHICAGO, April 10. (AP)-
Louis Jurs. dreaJm brought him
It was Louis who told the court
during an alienation of affections,
suit that he fancied, ia alumber,
that he saw his wife and James E,
O'Brien in affectionate embrace.
The next day, he said, he went
home Just to see. how true his
dream was and found it highly
veracious. - ,
He asked $50,000, but the Judge
cut this to $ 3700.
. Case of Gordon
NEW YORK. April 10 (AP)
The butterfly life it Vivian Gor
don, slain Broadway playgtrl. net
ted her Just a pitiful $200. it was
revealed today whe application
was made to surrogate James Fo
ley tor letters of administration
in her estate. . '
Instead of $100,000 which the
"white light" district had taken
for granted as the minimum of
her profits, public administrator.
James F. Egan. in asked the let
ters, revealed she had no real es
tate whatever and that personal
property she was known to have
left would not exceed $200 in
value. - . - - ' - :-.
Winter Wheats 9
WASHINGTON. April 10-(AP)
- United . States winter wheat
'production for 1831 was estlma
'ted today by the agricultural de
partment at 844,000,000 bushels
40.000,00a" larger than last
; year and 83,000.000 greater than
the five-year average.
An exceptionally favorable win
ter the department said, was re
sponsible for the April 1 condi
tion which was 88.8 per cent of
normal,. 11.4 above the same date
last year and 8.8 above the 10
' year average. ", - ,
Lipps Soon to
Be Replaced is
N Transfer of O. H. Lipps. super
intendent of the United States In
dian school at Chemawa, will be
made shortly, according to advice
received yesterday from Washing
ton, D. C, Charles J. Rhoads, com
missioner of Indian affairs, said
negotiations for transfer were
pending: ' -
Lipps has been here several
years. 'Ho succeeded Harwood
Hall. Tho name of his successor
hss not been announced.
Record is Set -In
PORT DARWTN. "v Australia,
April 10. (AP Flashing over
the trail of Wing Commander
Charles Klngsford-Smlth, Charles
W. A. Scott, former R. A. F. flier,
came to rest here today with
new record for tho air lanes be
tween England and Australia.
- By OLIVE ft!. POAK .
' Warner's Elslnore 1 v.
Today Lawrence Tlbbett
far nrho Prodigal." '
.' Wwir'i Casetol-
"Today Helen Twelve-
trees ia "Millie-.
: - -Grand -
" V-Todaj Walter Huston Jn
Bad ManV ;
- ' The Hollywood
-Today- Leon Enrol ' in
"Daly Saps JYorfc". , '
H IS EKED
VANCOUVER. B. April 10.
CAP) WhM Sam Pel Tsunda.
Japanese, critically ill in a hoe
pKaFHers teGay. recovers suffi
ciently to be Interviewed, author
ities expect hun to provide new
else tot police In the investiga
tion or an alleged "murder eradi
cate.- - f
Officers ausDect members of a
"murder syndicate" have killed
several Japanese herjfot their in
surance. f . j - ? .
The case of three Japanese
rharred with the ax murder of
Naafclefct Watanabe. a fisherman.
alaln on railway tracks here March
30, was remanded at the request
of the city prosecutor for a week
to allow for xurther investigations.
Tsunda was a patient in a so
called -hosDltal" operated here
hT Shfnkichi Sakurada. one of the
three Japaneese charged with tbe
murder of Watanabe. The other
two are Bunahiro Fttgino and T.
HitomL Hundreds . of Japanese
crowded the police court and cor
ridors to attend the hearing today.
Th Parkersville school board
was -confirmed in its action in
expelling from school a sixth
grade boy for -continued misbe
havior when the ease was given
hearing here Friday before the
county school superintendent.
The matter came to a head
twit twA weeks aro. when the
boy was suspended from school by
the principal, Earle F. Albertson,
after repeated trials to make good
Th father presented the ease
to the school board in the district.
and after hearing there tbe board
upheld the teacher, expelling the
lad for the rest of the school year.
Upon the request of the father.
the board presented tne matter
to Supt. Mary L. Fulkerson, ask
ing that she hear the arguments
both ways. Result was appear
ance of the beard members, the
father and several pupils including
the expelled lad, at the superin
tendent's office yesterday after
After heariae the case. Sunt.
Vulkeraon atrreed that the deci
sion of the district board should
stand. . i . '
Bonner Case is
Heard in Court
By Judge Hill
Jndre Rale S. Hill wav here
from AlhatiT TMtftrrta-r tn hnar
the arguments in suit of Vera
Bonner vs. John Bonner, a parti
tion suit arising out of their di
vorce case, settled in plaintift'a
favor la 1528.1
- In "the present suit, she seeks
halt the property which they held
logemer prior to tbe divorce. The
land consists of seven and half
acres near the Belle Pasai school
house. Testlmonr was finfafeMl
yesterday and briefs will be sub
mitted to the Judge.
Judge Hill will not be in Salem
again until Tuesday, April 21,
date for the regular motion dav
in his court. -
Stands up First
Time in Months
CHICAGO. Aprlt 10. (AP)
For the first time since Infantile
paralvsls attacked her early last
fall. Miss Frances McGann today
stood alone.' i
.The young student' nurse who
was kept alive four months In a
"breathing machine" at St.
Luke's hospital said she was
-thrilled" at the sensation.
Senate to Open
Fight on Smith
WASHINGTON. April 10.
(AP) The aenitA'a - l.v.1
lenge of President Hoover's right
reimia oeorge utts Smith as
chairman of he power commis
sion was prepared today for fil
ing early next week. ,
what nota the m fvkiA. miZZ
m ywscrfbtBfV'ey tJ
1 r jjuMiiiiiiii
txsia tzsax oa.t7ar toss
TO 30 DJfS EACH
INDEPENDENCE. April 10 -
Tne six -men rangmg in ages from
18 to 23 years who robbed the As
sociated storo at - ax nmenth.
Thursday night pleaded guilty be
fore Justice of the Peace Mcintosh
bars today aad wees sentenced to
30 days each in the Polk county
Jail. - ... i - - ,
The men, ail from California,
claimed they had ' been without
employment for seme time and
stopped uvMoamouth for supplies.
Tho men toes: a susnttty of cigar
ettes, tsbaeco. meat, cookies and
similar articles. - .;;.- r
Shortly after the robbery , the
men were taken into custody by
Night Marshall Verd 8chmnk of
Monmouth who later summoned
Sheriff Hooker from .Dallas. It Is
said -that -two pistols were found
on the men.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 10.-
(AP) Dr. Charles H. Mayo of
tho Mayo - Clinic. Richester.
Minn., said today ho was favor
ably Impressed with tho work be
ing done In tho Coffey-H umber
cancer clinic hero. Dr. Mayo
visited the clinic and talked with
Dr. Walter B. Coffey.
Work of this, typo should be
encouraged. Dr. Mayo said, and
other efforts in the direction of
stamping out cancer should be
aided. :; ; :
"Mind you.1 said Dr. Mayo. a
cannot giro you an opinion ocf
what Is a cancer euro and what
isn't. In tho first pUce it takes
about five years to -determine if
any cancer cure Is efficacious. I
understand Doctors Coffey and
Humber never have claimed to
have discovered a cure. In the
second place too much publicity
has been given this phase of the
Jessup Starts I
Defense of His
DES MOINES. Ia.. April 10
(AP) President Walter A. Jes
sup of University of Iowa Thurs
day began a defense - before tho
legislative lnvestlgatnig commit
too' of his-18 years' administra
tion. . . . . :
Jessup gave a lengthy explana
tion of the university's expansion
program, which haa been a sub
ject of controversy. The presi
dent's appearance was regarded as
the climax of . the investigation.
which is to end tomorrow.
In Party Found
Guilty of Graf t
ATLANTA. April 10 (AP)
A federal Jury . Thursday . con
victed John B. Dove, former
Georgia, republican loader. ? of
selling federal offices, and Judge
Mar-win TTnitai-w .nt
him to serve a year and a day
in the federal' reformatory at
Chillicothe, Ohio. , ; .
, Dove admitted receiving the
payments charged In the indict
ments, and $6,800 besides, which
he said were turned over to the
national republican : organization.
Sets New Markl
WASHINGTON, April 10-(AP)
Gold held by federal reserve
banks reached its highest point
April 8 when It totaled $4,7 06,-
000,000, an increase of 8 8,0 00,-
000 in a week., and 3271,000.000,
in the last year. ' . -
WOOD TRIES ANEW .
MIAMI BEACH. Fla., April 10.
(AP) Gar Wood, veteran mo
torboat enthusiast, will pilot his
twin motored Miss America IX
over a measured mile in Indian
creek hero tomorrow - in an at
tempt to , regain the , world's
G R AN D if'-'V;
Last Day I any I? I T
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1 MARILYN -
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By ZOLLTJS VOLCHOK
Back again td the sons' eonteat.
and with some real valued prises.
nave a real crowd, as
wo want to piako- tola somo eon
tost. This is for boys as' well as
sttml io now about a lev of von
loya eoterinav as. thoro- aro prises
ror yon as well ss tho girls.
Harw yon drawn a sicturs of
Micksy or Ulnala Mouse rotf
Com en everybody, hand- one to.
- ' - U.U.C. ' - . .., -
That was sura -soma nrae-ram
Mr. Dare of the Ltndendarw-Sehoot
of Banco had for us. and he's go-
4ng to novo another ood one tor
ns this .weak, tacether with his
fro lessons that he gives on tho
stage for Mickey Mouse members.
MMjO. - "
Again noopio give their opin
ions of tho Mickey Hons club.
aad this Ja what a .prominent Sa
lem doctor has to say: "Tour new
club offers mors than, amuse
ment, to our youngsters. It re-
daces- accidents and miachlevons-
nees by keeping our children Att
tho streets. Your programs aro
educational and give tho members
a chance to show their qualifica
tions -by being allowed to perform
on the stage. And finally, it gives
tho mothers a few hours' rest ev
ery Saturday . morning. Quoting
my youngsters and young patients,
'It la an honor and pleasure to
bo a Mickey or Minnie'.
Mice, wo have somo real sur
prises for yon. ; X can't tell yon
what it is now, bat believe mo,
yon aro going to like them I
M.M.C - -..
Lawrence Tlbbett and Cliff Ed
wards in 'Tho Prodigal." rip-
roaring comedy cartoon and chap
ter S of "Flngbr Prints.- tho club
serial, besides tho regular Mickey
Mouse matinee - at tho Capitol,
will bo tho rest of tho program.
SILVERTON, April f. The
outstanding of tho Willamette
Valley Golf league is, according
to manager of the league, James
Manning of Silverton:
W. T. Li. FCt.
Parkrose 4 1 0 1.000
Salem ...2 1 0 1.000
Corrallls 1 1 S .600
Silverton 1 0 4 .250
Woodburn .....0 0 2 .000
. Dallas, Forest Grove, West
Linn. Albany, and Eugene have
not' yet reported.
The ten highest ranking play
Rank Player Shool score
1 Clinton Vincent, Salem 79 2-8
2 Rob't Hofer, Parkrose 80 2-3
2 Harold Hull, Parkrose 80 2-3
4 Robert Utter, Salem 81 1-3
5 Millard Groves. Salem 81 1-8
7 Tom Denhart. Parkrose 82
8 James Cooper, Corvallls 8 2 ft
9 Rar Babb, Corvallls 84
10 Joe Campbell, Silverton 86
I fi1Trtrn AfMs
(WJI V Cl llii llliiC
To Play Today
SILVERTON. April 10. The
Silverton Junior league baseball
team will meet the juniors from
Waldo Hills here on Saturday
for the opening game of the sea
son. Silverton's junior - tossers
brought nation rrlde fama to the
town last year and local enthu
siasm is running high for the
-b a- , 3
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Homo of 25c
LAST TIMES TODAY
First Showing In Salem
VJ ear -and -
eyeful of f er
ven! fan and
Leon Errol n
AUo Fables Comedy
' Serial .
- 'Indians aro Comino ,
;i : News and Act
1IATLNEE 1:30 P. M. i
AO Cblldrem TaUag Part in
Prograntxae r Orcnestra Prac
tice be at Hollywood 13 o'clock
Of TEU GROUP
. Nominations of officers of tho
Salem Tadtnf iumUiia.
1111-32 wera announced, by the
committee yesterday. Elections
WIS BA held at i ruinl nuH.t
of tho association the latter part
of this month, aad tho now offi
cers wHl preside at tho final ses
sion this yaara
Nominations wore! '
tho high school and Bemice
skoen. Park principal; vice-pros 1
deut. Ana Boentje,. Parrish, and
Vtviaa C.M.-rr TkalLk- luitiij
nresldent, Ola Clark, senior high.
-third Ties - president. , Dorothy
uaugnvny, uncoin, , ana - Ruth
ror .secretary, Grace Headriek
on. Park, and Cecil la Mlelko,
Highland; financial secretary, p.
AT 10:30 A. M.
"'. On The Stage
FREE DANCING LESSONS
, On The Screen
"SOUP SONG" Cartoon Comedy
Oub Serial "Finger Prints'
"Feature e Prodigal - x
r-S ADULTS-l " : " ;
L f V v ULYAN TASHMAN
V "f ROBCQTAMCS
I IW J
AND FORGET EVERYTHING
ELSE, BUT DON'T MISS SEE
ING THIS DARING STORY!
NO WOMAN DARES MISS IT!
The Wonder Picture of
the Wonderful West !
J Si VIZ I
S "X. i I - --
J. FarreH :
O. Bradshaw, high school, and
Sylvia Paulson, Parrlsh treasur
er, Ermino Fawk. Richmond, and
Betty Broadbont, McKinley; treas
urer. aiaeeL jouon, urant. ana
Martha Jeaa Dixon, Washington.
To Take up Net
: Game, Expected
Roosevelt ionlor nigh of Xn-
xens has written to Parrish jun
ior high asking for Mnnls match
es this season. - . .
Several good players ars to bo
found at Parrish, but a. court on
which to play la tho present prob
lem. Coach Harold Hauk stated
that providing arrangements cai
bo mado for a court, he will start
a tournament next week. There
la. no fund at Parrish to support
tenais and the boys will havo-to
stand their own- expenses, but
this will not work a- great hard
ship' and If playing, apace can bo !
found, plana, will go ahead.
SALEM'S GREATEST ENTERTAINMENT!
DRAMA OF FIGHT
MEN AND DAR
mi FILED HE
Tho 'Oregon Pulp and Paper
company yesterday filed friendly
suit in circuit court bore to quiet
title to nrenerrr on Trade str
vacated by ordinance of tho city
councu tn oruer mat xno com
nanr micht eanairnel mldttinn tn
Its nlant nn certain alt f
street. Tnirty-three defendants
t. . . . : -i
are nameo. 1 .
' Tho suit fa filed f tnak,nnfw
ly certain that no difficulties will
bo encountered -when, tho com
pany starts - erect tod of tho addi
tional haiUinr. - Th Innv Mm-
plalnt recites events preliminary
w vacation or tne street by the
council - ordinance, whloh was
Passed aver th mirhr'a -raJn !
October SO. It asks for decree
auletlns 'title to all the manmrt
along tho route. -
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- II M M MB. II . A
Cliff Edwards v
Show 2 To 11. P. M.
STA R TS TORI OR ROW
Its on the Screen At Lastl
The Master-piece of Master
pieces. A $2.50 Roadshow
at Popular Prices.
The talking screen
has not vet seen
equal. The most
ever filmed. A breath
of Old Bagdad, rich
wun me ure iim
love that rules
Loretta Y6UNG - David MANNERS
and Hundreds of Others
A J WAItXER
KIl'HS CEETCG '
DALLAS. April 1 9. H. E.
Walter of Corrallls was the prin
cipal speaker at tho. Klwanis
chb meeUnc at noon today. Ho
told of the work that was done
in Corvarlift- la renovating some
of the unsightly residences and
how anch. a plan could bo wbrked .
out here. ,
Tho rest of the' program for
tho meeting- consisted of tho
nual staging by tho entire groap.
Tho Dallas Ki wants club will
CO to McCow on April 22 to at
tend aa- ovesuag meeting. They
will bo tho guests of tho McCoy
Eight Auburn basketeers have
changed their uniforms for other
sports, Including baseball and
BROS. . f -ZTA
mFim wr -m saw m n irni va isa r
T Vr iFAir