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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oreon Wednesday Homln. Jane 24. 1931"
Local N ews Briefs
Robins on Visit Mr. and Mrt.
Job a Prescott Robins who - hare
beea attending Stanford nnirer
slty taking "adTanced work, are at
the koae of Mr. Robins' parents,
Mr. and Mn. John Robins,- on
North liberty street. The young
er Robini bas a teaching position
In the nigh school at Berkeley
for nett fall.' Ho will spend part
of the summer fishing on the
Metolios rirer in central Oregon,
near Sisters where he irat . for
merly superintendent of schools
and high school principal. He is
a gradn&te of Willamette univer
sity. . : ; ' - , "
By rno-Estate Estate of James
S. Byrne had on hand at close
of , administration S1310.0S,. ac
cording to final account of Ada
B. Powers and Elma R. McAllis
ter, executrices. filed with the
probate court , yes.terday. ! By
terras of the will, the real proper
ty is distributed between the two
executrices, and, f 1,000 legacy is
bequeathed to the grandchild.
"Barbara Byrne, final hearing has
been set for Tuesday, July gg.
- See Buss Smith, Center
Church for, ttee bargains.
Compromise Claim Com pro
mise settlement ot claim brought
by A. J. Paris as guardian of Hel
en A. Paris. Incompetent, against
Mrs. J. I. Bowman has been au
thorised by the bounty court. The
compromise sum is 13.500. The
ease, started in the Multnomah
county circuit court, grew ont of
. aeeiddnt which i happened.7 Apr!
If, 1S30. and in which Mrs. Paris
Make Jmly 4
town shop workers and state cap
ital employes are already discuss
ing their plans for July 4. A num
ber of the workers plan trips to-
the coast while many of the dis
cussions center around ' the cele
bration te be riven here, the first
tn 11 years. Because July 4 falls
on- Saturday, there will be a two-
day respite from work.
Women's Care Collide Autos
; driven by Mrs. jo. ; W; Harvey.
Z27S Nor tit Church1 street, and
Mrs. Wlnslow, 60S Spruce street,
collided without serious injury to
the cars or the .drivers yesterday
when Mrs. Harvey vu hacking
her car out into the street. She
made the required report to the
; police. . :
Out of Hospital Dr. and Sirs.
F. G. Franklin. who were injur
ed in an auto ' accident three
weeaa ago, were aote to return
home Tuesday.) Dt. . Franklin
still has his arm In a east. Mrs.
Franklin still suffers considerable
from the naln of the Injuries.
See Mrs. Mack's ad on for a
real surprise. '
Lamchcon Todar The Salem
Retail Credit association will have
its regular noon luncheon meet
ing at the Gray Belle today, i The
picnic which was scheduled for to
night has been postponed until the
weather Is more favorable. -
Bound Ovjer to Grand Jury
Jack G. Hughes of Stayton and
Frances Neymeyer, charged with
adultery, hare waived preliminary
1 hearing and have been bound over
to the grand Jury. Upon failure
to furnish ball of $1500 each they
were lodged In Jail.
Appoint Guardian E. C. Bal-
linger has been V appointed guar
dian of Coral C: Ballinger, incom
petent. Qatherlne Blalsdell with
drew her objections to such
guardianship prior to hearing be
fore the county Judge.
Dr. B. F. Pound, practice lim
ited to removal of teeth; gas or
.-local and dental x-ray. 303 First
National bank. Phone 9 530.
Coomler Pays "Tine Russell
Coomler, 18, paid a $5 fine to Po
lice Judge Mark Poulsen yester
day, for excessive speed in driving
his ear in Salem and lor failure
to have an operator's license. He
lives on route one, Gervais. -
Final Order Final order has
been entered in estate of Betty
G. Briggs, one of the five Turner
women who were killed In auto
mobile crash last Labor day. Har
old Briggs administered the es
: tate. '. .-. L ..
Notice to Prodnce Defendants
in . suit of. Prudential Savings tt
" Loan association vs. Blanche B.
Huffman and others have been
notified to .produce certain stipu
lated letters and document at
Hundreds hare taken advantage of our SALE to save
. on Quality Men's Wear. Buy now and save.
216 N. HIGH ST.,
Soup, or Salad Heat or Fisn j Potatoes
Vegetables Bread and Batter or Rolls
" - Pie or Pudding and Drink
;Jil Cfi' Ct
Returning Brigadier General
Thomas E., Riles, Major Elmer V.
Wooton and Captain Willis Vin
cent am expected back at their
desks la national guard head
quarters today following close of
camp Clatsop. -. Guardsmen left
for' their homes yesterday morn
ing, the . Salem units arriving at
noon. Col. Jos. W. Schur of;head
quarters. here will remain at camp
until th end of the week, attend
ing to final details. Colonel
Schur is" quartermaster. '
Expected Home Thomas
Livesley, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
A. Livesley, is expected home
early neit week from Culver, Ind.
where he has been graduated
from the; Culver Military acade
my. He is driving west In his own
car, - a graduation present from
his parents, in company - with
Waddin;rton Spain of Portland
and Oscar Strauss Jr. of Milwau
kee. Wi. . : i". -
UaxrInod Speaker W. A.JI
,Scout' .Hazel wood, chief pilot.
anu instructor ior tne Eyerry aut
craft corporation, wilt be. the
speaker at the Lions club -meeting
Thursday boob. " Frank Doolittle,
first viije-president, will preside
over th meeting in absence of
President' Newell Williams who is
attendiag the district, convention
The aero-car will be on exhibit
all day today and tomorrow park
ed at tb Court street entrance to
Miller 'a store. This car was built
by Glenn Curt Us for Enna Jet tick,
makers of famous footwear bear
ing thai name. Luxuriously sp
pointed, light, - comfortable and
takes road at autompbile speed.
Visit through today ... Miller's
Return' From Trip Ray Hum
mel of Salem and Francis Holmes
of Albany returned late Saturday
from a fishing trip to. East Lake.
Both esiught the limit of fine
brook trout. The whole gamut of
weather from sun, rain, hail,
wind sad. sunshine, was experien
ced. : They report that several
deer came quite close to camp.
Held la Ashland Ray Doe and
Dewey Doe- are under arrest in
Ashland and held for officers
here. Warrant for their arrest
was issued by Justice of the Peace
Miller Harden, on complaint of V.
B. Kelly of Woodburn. They are
wanted for alleged theft of cloth
ing, j j'.". ; ;..
When you think of life Insur
ance, think of Charlie McElhinny,
the widows friend.
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To LaGrnnde President New
ell Williams and President-elect
"Bob" Smith of the Salem Lions
club left Tuesday morning for La-
Grande. ' where they will attend
the State convention, in session
there through Thursday.
Seymour Visitor H. C. Sey
mour, state club leader, was a
business visitor in the city yester
day from Corvallis. He conferred
with. County Club Leader W. W.
Reports' Aecident O. H. Reeves
crowded j him on a curve on
the river road south of town,
says Everett P. Brown, 1130
North Liberty, in reporting minor
traffic mishap to the sheriff.
Bentler Estate Inventory of
the estate of Clara Beutler by
William Roth Sr., Dan Stelner
&nd Fred Corn u resulted in plac
ing value at $1,322.48.
Road Changed The county
court yesterday formally adopted
resolution for relocation of mar
ket roadiNo.. 22 known as the
Salem-Geer road, ;
A sportswear , surprise youll
find on page (.
Postpone Hike The Chemeke
tans' moonlight, hike, scheduled
for tonight, has , been : postponed
on account of weather conditions.
O i i . i
IiOveall Born : to Mr. and Mrs.
George LoveaXl. i 11S5 Shipping
street, a boy weighing seven and
three-fourths pounds, June 23 at
the Bungalow maternity hospital.
Zlollnski Born to Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Zielinski, Salem route
t. a girl weighing eight pounds,
at the Bungalow maternity hos
pital Sunday. She has been named
Lawrence Born to Mr. and
Mrs. Sid Lawrence, Long-view,
Wash., a nine pound baby girl at
the Bungalow maternity hospital
In Salem June 13. She has been
named Doreen Helen.
Chemawa Benefited One-third
of the residuary estate of Ida IL1
hsu, wno cued June 18 in Fort-
land, goes to the board of national
missions for work among the In
dians at the Chemawa school.
Miss Hall left an estate valued at
$20,000 but certain cash bequests
are to be taken from it before the
Chemawa group receives a share.
Dr. Harold Leonard Bowman of
Portland is executor of the estate.
Invited to Speak Mrs. Mary
L. Fulkerson, county school sup
erintendent who is taking; summer
session work at the state normal
school in Ashland, couldn't dodge
invitations to speak in public even
that far from home. The Klwanis
club program ; chairman caught
her there, and as result; she will
address that dob at its meeting
this week, she writes to Mrs. Cora
B. Reid, acting superintendent.
Incorporated Articles of in
corporation of the Douglas McKay
Chevrolet company were filed yes
terday with the county clerk. Cap
ital stock Is $85,400, divided into
489 shares Class A common with
par value $75; 1949 shares Class
B common at $25 each. Incorpor
ators are-Douglas McKay, A. E.
Rpbias and Irvin W. Walls. Prin
cipal offices are in Salem. .
Eagles charity froUe' and dance
tonisat. Fraternal temple. Public
invited. . , : ; i ; .- V f;
Two to Build Building per
mits were Issued to two Salem
men yesterday for new houses to.
go up tnis summer, soger T.
Pierce received permission to erect
an $8000 house on lClt Fir street
and W. P. Baier received permis
sion to erect a $1000 dwelling at
lf3e Lee street. ; - ,
West Asks Aid Carpenter help
from the Salem Klwaali club to
assist the Cascade Area At bufld
Ing its Boy Scout camp near Me
ns taa next Snnday. was asked by
O. P. West, scout leader.- yester
day noon. A number of Ki Iran
ians helped West last Sunday but
the work was not completed.,
Rae in City Arne G. Rae, field
secretary for the Oregon State
editorial association, was In Sa
lem yesterday - making final ar
rangements for the- convention
which is to begin here tomorrow
The first event on the program
will be a golf tournament. "
200 men's suit at lea than
halt retail price. -While they last,
$12.75. $14.75 and 1.75, Thos.
Kay Woolen Mill Co. ,
Daaeaa at Club Charles T.
Duncan, field worker for Willam
ette university, was a guest of the
Salem Klwanis club Tuesday noon.
John G. Meek, member of the'
Portland dub, and J. J. Kramer,
also a Portland Ktwanian, were
also guests. j j ; i - j ;
Keep 'Phone Busy People in
quiring about the canceled Y. M.
Y. W. picnic kept the "Y telo
phonea buy all day yesterday.
Many. boys and girls expressed dis
appointment that unfavorable
weather had made it unwise for
the picnic to be- held. ;
Black Dragons to Keet Mem
bers of the Black Dragons, T. M.
C. A. swimming organization, are
to meet at the "Y" at 8 p. m. to
day to arrange tor some demon
strations to be put on: in ; sur
rounding towns. "i
Appraisers Named Anona
Welch. B. W. Macy and Rose Mor
gan hare been appointed apprais
ers of estate of A. DeLong, incom
petent. Laura Ryan, guardian,
has been directed to pay certain
expenses of the estate. -
Have yon seen those uncalled
for tailor-made suits at the Thos.
Kay Woolen Mijl Co.? Priced at
$12.75, $14.75 and $16.75.
Will Admitted The will of B.
Bloore has been admitted to pro
bate with L. M. Bloore and John
B. Bloore as executors. Estate is
valued at $7000. and will be ap
praised by Roy Burton, C M. Cox
and H. Gearhart. -
Makes Home Here J. F.
Blanchsrd has removed .. from
Mosier to Salem and is now re
siding at 1178. Chemeketa street.
Appraisal Completed Roy Bur
ton, C. M. Cos and H. Gearhart
have appraised: estate of Ada F.
Gardiner at $5888.91, all cash.
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Use it in your warm-weather beverages. It's clear,
healthful crystals are made from only the cleanest,
1551 Center St.
L10VKG STORING GRATING
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We Abo Handle Fuel Oil and Coal
OREGON DENTISTS' CHIEF
Insrodisctaa; the Mew preidit ef the Oreeon . State Deataa sMocle
tie. Dr. H. C. piey or Belem. He was installed at the niuautl eon
: ventiott held last week in Portland. He claims to be the nation's
largest Seatlsft, weighing; at last report 8MO pounds. Om his left Is
Dr. J. Q. Yonnir. president etecf and on bis right, Dr. A. P. Wateoa,
retlrin; presideat. -
Scents on Program , .Scouts be
longing to the troop sponsored by
the Salem Rotary club ere to be
on that - organisation's program
this soon. O. P. West, scout ex
ecutive, will Introduce the boys.
. Dancy nde WorkjW. H. Daa
cy will end a year's work a presi
dent of the Salem Rotary lab tor
day. Next, week Max Page, presl-dent-elect,
Motion to PT .ee In the silt of
Bank of StaytOn vs. G. R B er
ring er. motion , to place- on trial
docket has been filed with the
county clerk. ' "
Reply Filed Reply and supple
mental reply have been filed by
the plaintiff in sett of Prudential
Savings Loan association - vs.
Ralph J. Stevens and ethers.
From Loowey Butte Among
visitors la this city yesterday
from Looney Butte were ' Ethel
Gnlvin. school teacher there, and
Mrs. Greta Looney. j
Teacher at School Mrs. Grace
Thompson, teacher of Latin at
Parrish junior high school, will
attend the summer, session at the
University of Oregon.
From Hubbard Waldo F.
Brown Of Hubbard was a business
visitor in the city yesterday. He is
director on the school board at
Close Estate In estate of Ju
lia C Turner, final account of
John T. Turner as administrator
ha been approved and order en
tered directing final distribution.
Authorize Expenditure Order
authorising disbursement of funds
in guardianship of Glen Powell
Eoff has been allowed on petition
of guardian, Beulah P, Eoff.
Estate Closed Final account
of Herbert Briggs as administra
tor of the estate of Lois Briggs
has been filed with and approved
by the county court.
Motion to Strike -In sutt .of
W. J. Branstetter vs. Sarah Cof
f enberry, motion to strike - parts
of the complaint has been filed.
Final Account The probate
judge has approved final account
of William J. Busick as executor
of estate of J. L. Busick.
Pays Fine Art Smith, charged
with assault and battery, paid a
fine of $20 and costs in justice
court on Tuesday.
SILVERTON, June 2$ Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Kepp. who recent
ly arrived here from Wyoming
have purchased a tea-acre tract
from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fay
near Woodburn. The deal was
made through the Homeseeker's
Agency at Sllverton. The farm in
cludes 500 rabbits.
AND FOODS WILL
you are pro
tected by an
ice. box full
of. . ' i
a s &
Su'H to recover .lie'oon'-an al
leged fraudulent aote given by the
late Donald W, Miles under the
name ef A. C Ames, which she
says she believes to be fictitious.
was filed In circuit court yester
day by Jennie Woolery against.
Ladd A ' Bash Trust company as
guardian of the estate of B. J.
.The plaintiff alleges Donald W.
M fifes was sctlug as agent of B. J.
Miles, his father, when he put
through the deal with her to bor
row money on property whlcfi
Donald W. Miles alleged belonged
to his client. A. C. Ames. Plaintiff
says she fails to locate such a per
son as Ames. Sne cites circum
stances relative to record of deed
to property on which she holds
mortgage tn exchange for the note.
She charges fraud in connection
with th tillne of ti deed. . ,.;
In this city June 22. Estelle
Kaylor. Kg. Survived by one sis
ter. Mm. J. Conklln of Marion;
one 1 brother, ' Frank Kaylor of
route 5, Salem; two nieces, Mrs.
Trnbert Henderson of Salem and
Mrs! Claude Richards of Nation
al City, Calif., and one- nephew.
Homer J. Conklln of Salem. Fu
neral services Wednesday, June
24, at 3 p. m. from the chapel of
Clough-Barrick company, Rev. D.
J. Howe officiating. . Interment
1. O. O. F. cemetery.
At the residence, 157 South
Winter street, June 22, H E.
Bollinger, 70. Survived by widow,
Olive Bollinger; two children,
Mrs. MaTie McGilchrist, Salem
and Henry Scott Bollinger of
Glendale, Calif.; .'three sisters,
Mrs. E. M. Johnson, Portland,
Mrs. J. ' S. Imel, Oregon I City,
and Mrs. Charles Coburn, Grants
Pass; also seven grandchildren.
Funeral services Wednesday,
June 24, at 2 p. m. from the Ter
williger funeral home. Rev. Gro
ver'C. Birtchet officiating. In
terment Belcrest Memorial park.
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established; 1803 Tel. 8052
- Conveniently Accessible
Perpetual care provided for
Prices, Reasonable .
A Park Cemetery
With Perpetual Care
Just ten minutes froos the
heart of town
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; Phone 5151 .
Church at Ferry St.
A. M. Clough
. Dr. L. E. Barrick .
J 1 V. T. Golden
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USED PIG VII
BE FOURTH SM
All the favorites of an old-time
July 4 celebration are being ar
ranged for by the American Le
gion and that means that the
greased Pis' stunt and the greased
pole contest will be '.featured,
chairman of- the committee . for
William Watklns has been named
sports for boys and girls and
these tvio stunts will be featured
by Watklns and Ms- helpers. :
"The pig has already been ar
ranged for and Instructions have
been given that he shall not be
too fat in order to make the con
testants step lively to . capture
the elusive porker N Men' who
have seen greased pig contests
say the pig is seldom caught un
til he is pretty well tired out
Atop the greased polo 15 feet
above the ground the prise for
the winner In this event will be
placed and it will be .up to the
lad who wins to "come and get
IV . "
Sack races for the boys' Barrel
boxing 'ah well -ee regular . foot
races are 'other numbers" on " the
program Watklns -.is arranging
for, - " " . -
CHILD DIES AFTES
NEWHALL, Cel.. June 22.
Mrs. Theodore Tournsur, 29, Bir
mingham, Ala., watched her 12-
year-old daughter die in her arms
of injuries and exposure today, a
few hours, before a passing motor
ist discovered them tn an isolated
ravine into which her automobile
For two. days Mrs. Tourneur
and her daughter laid at the bot
tom of the . 2 00-foot ravine, while
her husband, Theodore Tourneur,
awaited her.' return to Fresno,
Cal. After waiting the two days
Tourneur reported . his wife as
missing to Fresno authorities.
Removed to a Newhall hospi
tal, Mrs. Tourneur, who suffered
a broken leg and other Injuries,
told Captain Jen Stewart. Newhall
policeman, that' she was driving
ahead ef another automobile con
taining her husband. . She said an
other machine forced them over
the embankment.. The car rolled
over several times and threw her
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NEW YORK. Jane 23 (AP)
A glimpse of the wealth amassed
by New York racketeers and
gangsters was gained by govern
ment official who today uncover
ed a dummy bank deposit of
$800,000 believed to belong to
Albert Flegenheimor, known- as
Dutch Sshults, Bronr beer baron.'
' Schults had $1S,000 in eash on
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' Four sopbomors are starring
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which set a fast pace in the
Southwest conference race.
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