The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 24, 1931, Page 9, Image 9

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The OREGON STATESMAN, galea, Oreron. Sgday Moraier. May 21. 1931
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F11I1ES
Plans fcr -Annua! Training
Period Completed at
Headquarters Here
Treasury checks amounting to
105. 0(J0 were received "Saturday
at Natipnal Gsard headquarters
aere for payment of the annual
field training camps of the Ore
gon 'National . Guard a -Camp
qiatsop and Fort Stevens.. Jfottf 1
catlori. -was also received t .coni
ptetloB of 20sw. building- at
Camp ClaUov, mesa balls and
bath houses for use of the SO 00
Oregon men who' will go under
canvas at the coast early next
month. n
Final arrangements far ' conveying-
the troop ta amp are
Rearing completion. It was said
by Major General Goorge A.
White, commander of the Oregon
troops end of the National Onard
In the northwest. He predicted
the largest camps in point of at
tendance In Oregon. Waahlngton,
Idaho and Montana, baaed on t
survey of attendance" estimates
'from these states.
Afore to Coast
Start Jue S
- Movement ef the Oregon Na
tional Gnard - to the coast will
commence Jane ; S when guards
men will entrain from eastern
and southern Oregon. The entire
force from 21 Oregon .counties
will be under eanvaa or in bar-
ratks at Clatsop and Stevens by
early . afternoon ' of Jae 9. In
tensive training will be taken up
e 10 and continue until June
al. : Similar cam pa of Division
troope will be held at Bbise Bar
racks.. Idaho. . Camp Murray.
Washington, and Fort William
H. Harrison, Montana. General
White will establish headquart
ers at Camp Clatsop and Tislt
the other camps by airplane dur
ing the period.
Troops at . the- Oregon- camp
will be made up for the most
part of the-Elgty-Second Brigade,
commanded by Brigadier General
Thomas E. - Riles, who also will
be camp commander at Camp
Clatsop. The brigade includes thef
lCXnd and lsith Infantry regi
ments. Other Oregon troops are
the KTtb. .hospital company,
which will be at Clatsop, and the
118th field artillery and 249th
coast artillery, which will be la
barracks at fort Sterens. The
field artillery has been convert
ed during the year from smalt
cannon to 155 howltsers and will
fire for the flrst time with Its
new tractor artillery, uslar. shrap
nel and -high explosives.
Comb, Kvt :-T:: : ' j
to- be JTme SO . ' f
The annual combat demonstra
tion at 'Camp Clatsop, staged for
the public on visitors Jlay, ' will
be held this year on Saturday
afternoon, June 20. This dramat
is and realistic event Is attract
ing ever increasing thousands
each year, the attendance from
Oregon ' and the northwest ex
ceeding 38,000 last year.'
The rolling .ground at Camp
Clatsop provides a , natural the
atre of almost unlimited seating
capacity, which may be taxed this
year, according to surreys made
by the, chambers " of commerce
throughout the northwests Con
certed action on the part of vari
ous civie organizations has been
in progress for the past month,
urging the public . to accept the
Invitation of General ..White- and
his command to J be present for
the occasion.' ' i:r . :
Officials of all railroads in
Oregon are said to be planning
special rates to Camp Clatsop for
the week-end of June 20. The
battle-demonstration . which will
be preceded by a review of all
components of the . Oregon Na
tional Guard and which will
probably- be -augmented by Gen
eral White's air squadron of 14
planes which will fly down from
Fort Lewis ' and Lieut. Bond's
squadron from Pearson Field, is
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bert -of BeJsimn tr shown seated
ta the cockpit f tie new antcgjro
VindmiU" plane la which be fiew
tar thu first time at the In rl evert
airoort Bear Bnusels. Albert is '
- The first European ruler to renture
en a Cightin this type of plane. He
hi a qualified pilot, ' - - ; v '
DODGE MARATHON HAS "VOICE TEST?'
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Hew Hsach boIm AnM be pemtktea la a ear tlJDOO mOt eUT Dedge
thle qwMOen mtUr thsody the eovrnd la ntade by Metre Celdwya llfr amd tha lWg Eight Wsralhoa
car the ether imj. Raj Priest, oflr Ul heerrsr af the AjLAIs at the salxng peaet Jeha Araeld, chief ef the
enaeera elrpartsneBl af M. G. M. Is at the camera wfea aa assistant, tm4 A. L. Peters, ariver af tha tterathaa
Car, is peeking ever the
scheduled for two la the after
noon.! Orders were placed this week ;
by General White for tons of food
stuffs for his troops. All con
tracts were , with Oregon . mer
chants and the colossal order in
cludes quantities of the staple
articles which would last the av
erage family several ordinary lite
times. Some of the major Items
are: Beef, 25,000, pannds; bac
on, 10,000 pounds; ham, 10.000
pounds; potatoes. 20 tons; bread,
20,000 loaves; eggs, 7,000 dos
en; onions, 2.000 pounds; butter,
4.000' pounds; sugar, . tons;
Oregon prunes, 2.S00 pounds;
coffee, 4,000 pounds; 20 tons of
canned goods -and 10,000 pounds
of ftoeh vegetables.
Twenty-six tons of straw will
be required for filling lied ticks
and ten thousand gallons of gas
oline have teen ordered for use
in trucks, tractors and other ve
hlcles. - '.
Every-penny of the expense is
borne by the federal government.
The camp this year marks the
seventh year that the field train
ing ef the . National Guard has
been entirely centered in Oregon,
In accordance with .Gen. White's
policy to- 'keep- the Oregon Na
tional' Guard within the- borders
of its own state to the end that
the state would receive full ben
efit of federal money allotments
and eitisens of Oregon afforded
aa opportunity to "visit the troops
la camp. -. " . -
Oregon "cities which ' will be
represented at Camp Clatsop and
Fort Stevens are: Klamath Falls,
Ashland. Medf ord. - Grants Pass,
Roseburg, Cottage Grove, Spring
field, Eugene, Marshfield. Junc
tion City, Corrallis, Albany. Leb
anon, Silverton, Salem, Wood
burn, ! Oregon City. Dallas; Till
amook. : McMinnville, Hillsboro,
Forest Grove, St. Helens, Port
land, Gresham. The Dalles, Pend
leton, j La Grande, 4Jnion and Ba
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WILL ROGERS SEEKS
APPLESAUCE DEGREE
OKLAHOMA CITY, (AP If
Will Rogers, Oklahoma-born jest
er, tacks any- honorary -degree on
to his ' name , he wants if to be
D.A. -Doctor of Applesauce.
Advised that Oklahoma City
University was considering be
stowal upon him of ad honorary
degree of doctor of humanity and
fetters, Rogers replied to the
Daily Oklahoman, which asked if
he would accept:
, "What are too trying to do.
make a Joke out of college de
grees? They are in bad enough
repute as It is, without handing
'em around to " comedians. The
whole! honorary degree thing iW
the 'hooey.' I saw some college
giving afellon one and he is a
million bucks short I got too
much respect tor people . that
work and earn 'em to see 'em
handed around to every notorious
character. v.
I will let 'Ooloagah kinder
garden give me one. D. A. (Doe
tor of , Applesauce)". . i.
PLSfiETS CREATED
WASHINGTON (AP) Evolu
tion of the stars and planets from
a huge hot gas cloud filling all
space, somewhat as drops of wat
er are condensed from steest, fe
pictured by Sir James Jeae. ant
ed British astronomer. "
Sir ;james said the fcm?H
had been Worked out b matae
mattes : and "satisfactorily rheck
ed" by actual observations with
tha giant 100 inch telescope at
Mount ' Wilson. California. - He
presented his conclssions la a
lecture sponsored -by tha Carne
gie Institution of Washington, ot
which he la research -associate.
Sir James said known laws of
the behavior of gases-show tha
gas clottJ would condense Into
smaller clouds and then cooling.'
wouid 'begin whirling and -throw
off gas steamers as a whirling
plnwheel throws oft sparks.
. The gas in the streamers would
again condense into globules, he
continued, forming the stars and
sun, and planets like th. -earth
would ! be formed by the same
process from gas clouds ' cast
loose from the sun.
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Other States sec Effort to
Use Motor Revenues to
Lighten tax
In an effort to encourage sate
driving on Oregon highways, the
State 'Traffic Department, with
tne cooperation
of the Gilmore
Oil ; Company,
Ltd.. Is now
making a mo
tion picture '
which depicts
the-, services
rendered by the
state officers to
motorists and
the constant vi
gU mainUIned
by. that organl
sation to elim
inate . highway
accidents. . . ,
The picture.
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with a synchronised .- explan
atory talk, will , shew for : a
week at one of the - principal
Portland theatres and will then be
taken by Sergeant Walter Lan
sing, in charge of accident pre
vention, to the State Traffic De
partment, for a showing la vari
ous other theatres throughout
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An important feature of the
film is the activity of the School
i-Boy patrol which Is said to have
been exceptionally eiiect,ive In the
reduction of the number of acci
dents that occur f near schools.
Sergeant Lansing, who personally
directed the moving picture, orig
inated the first Juvenile- officer
system in Oregon several years
ago. He avers that the, duties of
a school boy patrolman is to pro
tect the safety of other school
children and keep them from
crossing highways - and streets
over which heavy traffic is operat
ing, father than being a director
ot trarric
ULTRA MET W
PEPS UP REPTILES
WASHINGTON (AP) If the
king cobra sulks In a corner all
day, and the spiny-tailed iguana
refuses to eat they may need a
dose of ultra-violet rays. ,
Dr. William Mann, director of
the National soo. Is going to find
oat. A whole section of the zoo's
newly-opened reptile house has
WHAT
A DIFFERENCE
YOUR - car will have that
, jmw rw appearaaca if
' jtm lceev it' poUsbed.
with oar polish.
Polish 3c to 31.CD :
ChamoU 75c to $2.50
Wax 60c
Sponges 25c to $1.00 ;
Polishing: Cloth 10c
WE, BURNS
DAN BURNS
.Not Brataeia tha Same Maaw
Ferry at IllghSalexa, Ore.
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been specially built to' discover if
altra-violet rays are. a goad for
ailing snakes and llsards as for
childrea wtthVricketa. ' "r- '.
Roofs and parts of walla of the
cages la this section, are of special
glass that, transmits the health
giving ultra-violet - rays. Some
cages, "also - have electrie "lamp
epeclally designed to tarnish ul
tra-violet light '
- This la the first American too
to b so equipped, says Dr.
Mann, whose .experiments may
open a whale new ehapter pn the
health and care of reptiles -v
Por:. a :year the ultra-violet
light that falls on tha shiny
scales. and gay-colored spines-ot
tha snakes and lixarda will - be
measured. Meanwhile other rep
tiles are living witnout ultra-violet,
so that difference .in the
health: ot tha two groups may be
watched. . -." .
TROT, N. T. TAP) A mona-
ment. has been nnvetled over the
grave of Samuel Wilson, who.
Troiaaa say. was the .inspiration
for . the ; term "TJada Sam, so-
briqttet for the United, States
government
, During the war of 1811, Wil
son, then operating a slaughter
house, was given a sub-contract
to supply meat for the . armies
stationed" at Greenbush, a few
miles, from Troy, and at New-
burgh, N. Y.
. Wilson was tall, spare and of
kindly visage, like the "Uncle
Sam" of the cartoon. He was
known as "Uncle Sam" in his
own neighborhood. Tory soldiers
who saw the initials "D. S." on
his boxes and casks at the army
posts made it known that "'Uncle
Sam" was feeding the army. Soon
everything belonging to the gov
ernment came to be known as
"Uncle Sam's." " -, !
.'lit newspaper stories written
the following; year there 'was ref
erence to "Uncle Sam s , men"
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ed If you wish, or you may want your car washed,,
greased or an oil change.. It will be ready when you
return from shopping. " ' .
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flfJTA THEORY
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Universe Started 1 in Single
Atom Says XeHfaitre,
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JBy HOWARD BLAKESLEB '
-NEW YORK (API A daring
Idea that, creation .began in one
single, vast, atom- is advanced by
AbheeO. LeMaitre ' ef . .Lonvaih,
Belgium. .:- ' 'X ; -;
v LeMaitre .-Is. the jJastren'omer
whose cosmology , or : theorr .af
creation, recently has supplanted
those . of Efhsteln and De Sitter
In. the favor of many scientists.
He explains the slnrle atom
origin In nature, the Journal of
imtua Science under the tltli
"Tha Beginning . of ; the World
from the Point ef View ot Quan
tum Theory , i
The Quantum theorr holds that
all energy Is made up' ot separ
ate aaakacea called Quanta. Thus
a atave radiating heat dees not
give ofX a continuous flow, de
spite; tha impression of human
SBQsaa to that effect. It has been
demonstrated that tha. heat flows
ant la jerks, made up of separate
irnaaca naaaies. The stove cools
U a series of steps, i
Qaaata Packagea ,
tcneasa Steadily ,
ZieMaltra-points oat that these
quanta .packages J are constantly
increasing in numoeiy although
tha total amount of energy in the
universe ; remains constant This
means that the energy is ' being
transferred from larger bins into
the tiny, separate bundles. .The
stars are one kind of bin; their
raiwn a iiow oijuania.
Tracing the process , backward
toward its . beginnings; LeMaitre
finds there were less Quanta a
long time agb and that It may
ee reasonable to suppose that the
beginning was onesjngle -quantum,
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"Ws could conceive the begin
ning of the universe,' he says,
"In the form of a unique atom,
the atomic weight of which Is the
total mass of the universe. This
highly- unstable atom . would di
vide la smaller and smaller atoms
by . a kind . of super-radioactive
process." . .;. :.
If this suggestion Is correct
LeMaitre says it is conceivable
that tlma and space did not - be
gin until after the original atom
had divided into a sufficient
number of Quanta.
Gandhi Refuses
To Leave India
For Conference
SIMLA. . India, May 23 (AP)
- Arrangements for the federal
structures committee meeting In
London June 29 preceding the
Indian round table . conference
were upset Friday by Mahatma
Gandhi, ; the nationalist leader,
who said he could not attend on
that date. t . - , . v t
, Gandhi notified Viceroy Lord
Willingdon he had not receded
from his original intention to re
main in India, until the Hindu
Moslem cTm mu nal : problem Is
solved and -all the government's
obligations under the Delhi pact
are fulfilled.
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Through
The Sea Intercstinff Loop
a rip
In Its "Trail 'Em to Salem"
tourist folder, the chamber : of
commerce recommends that tour
ists stay over a day or so in Sa
lem and .'make side trips,
There are very lew, one day's
trips Wherein the tournlst cross-
as a range of mountains two
times aad then travels along ths
seashdre for 40 miles or more.
A most " interesting trio i is
through tha heart of the Willam
ette river, valley, over the Coast
range mountains and to the Pa
cific ocean. vs i
Cross Willanjstte river bridge
at, Salem. Thence almost to Dal
las and oa through fine farming
country. At the 'Wallace covered
bridge, you . come . to the Tilla
mook highway. ,
Paved roads bring you. to the
seaside -resort of Neskowin with
Its tine beach. Good - plaee ( to
Stop and walk a little. Also good
plaee to eat. .
Going south, you are now ion
the .Oregon Coast highway, one
of the greatest scenic . highways
In the world. , Pacific ocean I to
tha right evergreen : mountains
to the left. ;
At Delake and Taft you are
again right oa tha seashore. Keep
One eye on the ocean and the oth
er on mountain scenery. i
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j? or uregon Tourists
Stop et Cape Foul weather and
Otter .Rock and Inhale Pacific
ocean air and enjoy tha grandest
scenery. ' -
A Agate beach, walk along the
oeacn ana look lor agates. New
port j is famous summer resort.
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Plenty to see there. Stroll along
thej beaeh.
Return 'now Into the moun
tains. At . Toledo, largest soruce
mills In the world. Corrallis
homo of Oregon State college.
UTrom Corrallis to Albany one of
the beautiful river drives in the
state. Note rushing Santlam river
at Jefferson and thence north 17
miles through fruit and berry dis
trict to Salem;
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- HAZEL GREEN, May 21
Farmers are busy. The Japanese
are Shipping lettuce. The berry
growers are making sheds and
getting crews to begin picking for
the canneries on Monday. The
clover where seed Is to be grown.
has ibeen clipped. This brings the
seed-earlier than to make hay.
The;i clippings make good feed for
eowl. - . ;
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POPPY SALE TO
BEET: IK
Legion Auxiliary Planning
Annual Disabled war
Veterans' Benefit
Annual - poppy sale conducted
for disabled World War veterans
by CapltaJ Unl No. 9, American
Legion Auxiliary, will be held
here Thursday and Friday; May
zs and 29, announces Mrs. W.
P. Watkins. president of the am.
fllary. r , : . i
A.eomplete organisation 'which
wUI give everyone In the city an
opportunity to buy and weaf a
Poppy in memory of the J World
War dead is being developed br
the unit under the leadership of
Mrs.- Cyril Nadon. chairman of
the ponny committee. A! larger
sale of the flower than ever be
fore Is anticipated by the unit
this year. I
The purpose of the poppy sale
Is two-fold: first, to honor the
war dead by wearing the poppy
which grows on the fields of
France and Flanders where they
fell; and second, to aid the Urine
victims of the war, the disabled
veterans, their families and fam
ilies ot the dead. Every penny ot
the -money collected from the
sale here will be used for veter
ans' relief.
lOasnpalgn is oa All
Over Natioa
Poppy sales conducted by 7200
auzUiary units will cover practi
cally every city and town In the
County.
The poppy to be sold June 2 1
and 29 by the loeal auxiliary
members is a bud cut out of
crepe paper, work being dene by
hand by men in the Veterans'
hospital in Portland.
One veteran. It is said, wanted,
so badly to aid with the making
of the popples that he begged to
be allowed to do something, al
though he was too ill to cut the
paper. He was allowed to count"
the stems Into lots ot a hundred.
This veteran died about three
weeks ago. ,
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