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Net paU, daffy. Sunday 10 j" XS' V-CTP "'f
: - Generally fair today and
Sanday, cooler today; Max.
Temp. Friday T, MJn. 40,
river -2.4 feet, dear, north
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BATTLE OCCURS mmwui m iBBITflJJIFl'JS y li-.,.-.'..
OF FJEGHO REDS
Protest Against . Impending
. Execution of Three
One of Agitators ; Killed,
Five men Wounded as
' Many Shots' Fired
CAMP HIIJU Ala., July 17
(AP) A meeting: of nerro.radl
' cals near her last Bleat at whJcfl
Goremor B. M. Miller was threat
ened with rloleace unless he lib
erated eight negroes sentenced to
death for attacking; " two white
rlrla led to - clashes with posses
today in which one man was kill
ed, fire wounded and seventeen
arrested. : . - ; . -
. All was oaiet tonight after a
beetle day in which officers and
citizens searched the countryside
for those suspected of haTlnr ; a
Dart In the disorder. - - -
' A posse of eight men, reported
from Notasulxa, Ala., late -toaay
that they were still trailing a ne
gro from Chattanooga, Tenn., who
for two month has been organlt
inr negroes in this, sectlea in
what confiscated minute books de
scribed as The- Society For-tha
Advancement of Colored People.
Sheriff and Party ' ' -Advanced
o The disorders. In which more
than 200 shots were fired, were
precipitated as Sheriff J. Kyle
Yonnr: Deputy Sheriff . 4 Jack
Thomnson and Chief, of Police V.
M. Wilson approached the church
where the meeting- was in pro
Ralph Gray, negro, .was . on
picket duty near the church, and
fired on the officers as they
sought lo question him. They re
turned the fire and wounded him.
Sheriff Young- was struck In the
side by a charge from a snotgun
and Thompson was wounded 1&
the wrist.. Gray dropped under a
volley from the officers and was
left for dead. - -
He was taken home by a pass
ing motorist. A physician called
to treat him. notified a posse, and
at the Gray home they-were-met
with another yolley. Gray was
struck several times and died en
route to Jail with eight compan
ions who had taken refuge in the
The most prolonged battle be
tween possemen numbering 150
and members of the organization
occurred near the church. It was
' here the three negroes . - were
Two of the wounded were tak
en to the Dadeville jail. The other
one. Chief Wilson said, "went to
cut stovewood." Asked when he
would return, the chief said "He
has lots to cut." and declined to
Italy Controls ,
ROME, July 17 (AP) All
the theaters, opera houses and
music halls , in Italy now come
under direct government control
with the formation of the "corpo
ration of the spectacle." ;
This is the latest corporation
of the group which makes up the
fascist corporative state and thus
the Italian theater . becomes , an
arm of th government.
In this corporation are ; em
braced the theater owners and
managers, all actors and actress
es, all orchestras, all stagehands
and other theater employes.
1 WTIXIAM FOX HELD w
ST. HELENS. Ore., July-17
(APJ William Fox, Portland,
was charged with- first .degree
murder today in connection wltn
the death here last night of Ern
est 'Ballard, 30. also ,of Portland.
Fox Is accused of-beating and
fatally injuring Ballard with an
ax. Mrs. Nellie Wagner, . Port
land, who said she saw Fox strike
Ballard with the ax, is held as a
material witness. - v 1 a i -Prosecuting
Attorney Feet said
the case would; be taken before
the Columbia county grand Jury
which raeeta next week; '
f LARGE AHEA COVERED ."
: BEND, Orev July 17 AF)
A crew of SO men-today were
fighting a sage and Juniper fire
seven miles northeast of the
Three- Sisters. The fire had cov
ered about 100 acres but was do
ing little damage.
''" ' HUNDRED MAKE TRIP i .
. - NEWPORT, Ore.. July 17.
(AP) The West Side ,Paeific
highway, automobile -caravan,
bringing JO 0 representatives from
cities in the WllUmette valley,
arrived here tonight, tomorrow it
will continue jorth ta-TWameok
and Astoria. . The . caravan left
Portland thla morning.
The caravaa i sponsored by
the ..West. Sid Pacific Highway
association. " ; l
ill I LI I I
Oresrot City Today; mm mm -S "
-n f . t- i s-
Marion County Boys
f TO test lsancelledniY c$ iri rrm : yrpr rni
j Reach Finals butfFace Tough Game; : I
r'ortland Influence been
liriTH chorused siirha of
: T f ! ''of protests concernins:
American Legion Junior baseball players will go into this aft-
make a showintr that will nrevent their vindwntimi ir
councils of the "barracks lawyers from -ffoinsr for naujrht
on tne aiamona. - 1 f
Despite Marlon's 17 to 11 vic
tory at Oregon City Thursday,
there la no assurance that it wul
be-able to repeat today In the
game scheduled for 2:30 v. m.
on 'Olinger field. Oregon City
will send Its best pitcher. Lien, a
left! bander, - agalast the local
team today, while so far Falst,
Marion's southpaw who will op
pose almr has not proven that he
Is", quite the equal of Perrlne,
whose ; offerings . were swatted
mightily by the Clackamas conn
ty boys Thursday.
Famous Peek Hoys
To Perform Today
It is: pretty well settled that
the - Peek - ( De Jardln ) ' brothers
probably the most widely noted
pair of twins In the northwest at
this moment due to the publicity
given- the - squabble, over .. their
ages, will be In the lineup today,
as they ! are right handed hitters
and usually go well against left
handed pitching. They will take
the Place of Rudishauser and Su
see, who hit from the port. side.
That will also leave Susee avail
able to warm up for mound serv
ice in case Falst weakens.
Fans here will watch with con
siderable anxiety the hitting of
Mlnger and Reco&lch,' Oregon
(Turn to page 2. col. 7)
GATHER HERE TODAY
Ways and means to. improve the
quality of Oregon, prunes will be
thoroughly discussed- at a meeting
of prune growers and distributors
to be -held this morning In the
state agricultural building. Max
Gehlharw state director of agricul
ture, is to preside at the meeting.
Chief among the visitors Is to
be H. C. Moore, who is federal
food and drug inspector with
headquarters at Seattle.
Different organizations of prone
growers lire te be represented at
the meeting. A. H. Marsh of Doug
las county comes here to be a
delegate of the Oregon Prune
Growers' Protective league.- Earl
Pearcy and Roland Jory of Salem
wm also represent the league.
The Northwest Dried Fruit as
sociation will be represented by
a committee of Salem men. They
arelW. ;c Allen, W. T. Jenks,
Claude IMcKenney and W. G
Flsher.; I .". 7-'..
.Several members of the exten
sion serflce of the University of
Oregon also plan to attend the
meeting. ' , .1
Three Wounded :
I In Street Riot
July 18 (AP) Street fighting
broke out again tonight in - tne
district where last night commun
ists looted and set up barricades.
Three communists were - set-
ously wounded by gun fire.- Po
lice; announced -they had the up
per i hand, although an hour after
the troube started quiet had not
been restored- ,
Murder Charges Filed .
Fight Mountain Blaze
, Caravan ia at Newport ,
f ! Would beport 3 Aliens
I .. ORDER IS ISSUED
i PORTLAND, t Ore., July 17
AP) Deportation orders have
been issued by the department of
labor for three alleged commun
ists who were members of the
staff of the Toreri, Finnish lan
guage newspaper until -recently
published at Astoria, Ore., R. P.
Bonham, district director of im
migration : said today. -. . (
' The- three are John- Parraa,
editor-in-chief; John Araralnen,
advertising manager; and Oscar
Mannisto, linotype operator. All
are- natives - of1 Finland. Three
other members of the . Tovefi
staff also, were arrested, accused
of membership in aw organization
teaching the overthrow of, the
United States . government by
force "of -violence, - '.. --
PAm FOUND DEAD .
' PORTLAND, Ore., July 17
(AP) Police Mid tonight de
spondency over ill health and un-returned-
love had caused Mrs.
Effle FuUer, -abot 64 years old.
to klU Gur Johnson, painter and
decorator, and .to, commit suicide
afterwards. -.. J .. ' t
; The bodies were found In the
basement ef Mrs. . Fuller's home
toA-y. but police said they be
lieved the murder and suicide
took place early Thursday after
noon. -A ".31 calibre pistol waa
found near, the bodies. -?
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: - " - h n H Ills s v ly uuuu. u . vu ut&iL . ' M v
Have Added Incentive to
reUef over settlement of a aeriea
players aes. Marion county's
FLIERS TO FOLLOW
Pangborn and Herhdon Will
. Try : Again Eriilswing
Failure to Lift t :
July, 17 (AP) A tortoise of
the skies is due to leave tomor-
row. on an attempt to beat -the
A-- - . ,
The tortoise is the red Bellanca
ot Clyde Pangborn and - Hugh
Herndon who dodged death this
morning when the plane failed to
rise with its heavy load of fuel.
- The aerial hare Is ' the Winnie
Mae of Wiley Post and Harold
Gatty, who girdled the . globe In
eight days, 15 hours and SI min
The Bellanca is far slower
the Post-Qatty Lockheed.
but Pangborn and Herndon ex -
pect to win tne race, and for the
same reason - mat tne tortoise
beat the hare in Aesop's fable.
For though: it had greater
speed the Winnie Mae is one-
man plane, its second occupant
being entlrey a navigator. For
this reason time had to be taken j
eut for sleep and' so almost as
much time was spent on: the
ground as in the air during the
But the Bellanca has dual con
trols, and when Pangborn wants
to sleep - Herndon can pilot, : and
vice versa. Like the tortoise of
the fable they expect to keep
plugging away,' and so ventually
beat the time of their fleeter op-1
Until the mishap today Pang-1
born and Herndon planned, to fly
non-stop from New Tori to Eu-
rope, starting due east across the
ocean. But that plan was revised
when it was found they could
not get in .the air with enough
fuel to accomplish this purpose.
Now they plan - to follow the
same route as Post and Gatty,
with a fuel stop at Harbor Grace.
: Oil BAS FORECAST
Gasoline ' prices In Salem will
be stabilized in tne near ruture.
accorains m reports circui.ieu .in.
the city Friday. Rnmor had it that
wholesalers would ' sell to 1 retail
dealers on consignment, reserving
the right to set prices. J j
Several local dealers denied any
knowledge of the more, while oth
ers declared that they were aware
that an attempt to stabilise prices
would be made, purely as protec-,
tion to retail 'distributors.; One
dealer admitted that he expected
contracts to be offered to retail
ers similar to those now in use in
Los Angeles. He stated that this
had proven the most effective pro
tection to both the retailer and
the public against "bootleg gas"
and indiscriminate price cutting.
Other dealers reported : that
t her had heard rumors of such
contracts but declared that so far
none had been offered to them.
Lads Work Hard, :
To Improve r Pool
. r - . . , I
Eager to make their swimming
hole at the 14th street play
grounds "swlmmable." over 25
boys worked hard all Friday af
ternoon building one of the two
dams needed to divert the current
Into the new channel and to deep
en the-pool, i -: -. .; : ;
y Operations are about to be
halted, before the second dam is
completed, however, . because the
young workmen have not enough
sacks for the gravel, with which
they construct-the-dams. Harold
Haukt director, stated last night
that at least IS more gunny sacks
were needed to finish the -Job. ,
Livestock Rate I
. Cut by1, C. C.
' WASHINGTON, July 17 (AP)
Freight rates, designed to pay
little more than cost of hauling to
day were prescribed for western
livestock by the Interstate com
merce commission. .. i : f
- The rates, ordered under the
Hoea-Smlth resolution of congress
resslt in decreases in many In
stances. In some cases slight In
creases lire made.r r"":- '
1 I II W III I llw I mm I : -'I' 1 ' ,. - - - ".
Loan Guaranteed by German
Customs May not : be
r uuiiu Abbcpuuiie
Paris Delegates may Fail
. JO Atiena Meet UnleSS
LONDON. July 17--(AP)
Great Britain views with some
apprehension the French propo
sal that a 1500,000.00a loan to
Germany be guaranteed s by Ger
man. customs receipts, and in some
authorltatlre quarters it is said
that the French terms i in their
bS'hreff01 maj t ecePt;
Arrangements . for Monday's
meetings of the principal debtor
and creditor .nations are proceed
ing, but a serious hitch threatens
the plans for that conference.
Paris v indicate
that the French are unwilling to
come before Germany agrees ia
prlBclBl to0 UrmM wbicn are
to be presented when Chancellor
Bmening and Foreign Minister
Pnrtlni rtf thIMtamorrAW TImIDii, mmr fila " nnnrt : nn tiM
absence of French renreaenUtires
I would seriously lmnede the work
lot such. a conference although all
tne otner nations invited, includ-
ing the United States, Germany,
Italy. Belgium and Japan, hare ac-
cepted. - I . p
It is emphasized that there is no
intention ox staging tne Monday
I meeting so that what the Berlin
I nationalist-nress has called at
1 "second Versailles' would be hn-
posed upon Germany.
RED DM BUTTLE
DENISON, Tex., July 17 (AP)
-Texas rangers and crews of the
Oklahoma highway department
manned the Denison-D n r a n 1
bridgehead in Hhe--1mttJeetv-hwfoT thtf-WTOa-mette Tlverand rend
Red River- tonignt under tne oi -
rection of their respective eom -
manders-ln-chief Govertor Ross
Is. Sterling and Governor W. H.
(Alfalfa Bill) Murray.
r The Texaa forces were: deployed
I to block the action of Murray, who
cut through a roll of red) tape and
threw open to motorists three free
bridges across the river; without
consulting Texas officials. i
On the Oklahoma side, the high
way crews were tearing up ap
proaches to toll spans pear two
free bridges so that ( the pay
bridges would be put oat of com
mission. i '"
Texas rangers threw up a new
barrier at their end' of the Den!
son-Durant free brAge here, re-
placing one torn, down (on Mar-
ray's orders. Then Governor Mar-
ray, threatening use " of the na-
Uonal guard if his men were mo-
tested, directed that traffic be
shunted to the Preston free
bridge in another . county. His
i.tatA'a hirhwir work wr nr.
i aered to plow up 200 feet Of the
Oklahomfa approach to the Denl
son toll span.' ,: . . '
TWO LADS INJURED
BADLY; CM 'BHIS
Two Salem boys were badly cut
about the head and f oar others several -selections. - ;. -narrowly
escaped. ' when - their J The buildintr which has been
large sedan skidded In gravel. J
overturned, and burned up. ! at I
the edge of . the Pacific highway j
at the Kickback service station,'!
near the Chemawa Indian school!
road laU night. The injured
were: can uom. ana; iTuxu
Foreman, three-sport star athlete
at Salem high school the! past two
years. .: ' ' ! ,
Four, of the boys were, taken
to Salem General hospital In : an
ambulance of the Salem Taxi
th the Ttetu ert
by stage. Attendants at the hos-
pital refused to divulge, the con
dition' of the four boys taken
there. i - i
- Reports from the scene of the
accident were to the effect .the
boys . were all thrown from the
car when it overturned.
Tokyo Flight to :
Be Tried Monday
. , -i - -
SEATTLE, 'July. 17-J-(AP)
Reg L.' Bobbins and 'Harold S.
Jones. Texas aviators, said today
the work of ins tailing, a new mo
tor in their Seattle-Tokyo . plane
was near completion and they
plan to make their second hop
for Japan early Monday if weath
er Conditions are favorable.
Man With Jimmy
Taken by Fofice
v Police last night took Unto cus
tody for investigation John Web
er of Sacramento and; William
Allen of Stockton, Calif; Weber
is said to have been carrying a
"Jlmmy'V They were held in jtlty
Jail for. the .men.
AT TJRLY DAT
Most of Utilities Group in
Favor of Santiam as
: : ; Source of Supply r ;
Economic Aspects are Eyed
Cautiously V However;
v Report Studied -
"W want a municipally owned
I water slant, and we think moun-
I tain streams are the source to be
I desired. That was the consensus
et opinions expressed by members
I of the city council's utilities com-
mlttee, which met with Engineer
i eeat of ohtalnlsr a mnnielDal wa-
I ter nlant. and of the costs of the
I two possible sources of supply
I the Willamette river, or the moun-
I tain stream, the North : Santiam
I or Little North fork.
I The aldermen and Mayor P. M.
1 Gregory were cautious: however.
I to condition their acceptance or a
I cltr-owned water project. They
wanted to know if mountain wa-
ter were to be used, exactly where
it would come . from, over what
route It could be piped to the
city, whether or not' such a ren-
tnre would necessitate additional
tax levies and finally would the
people favor action In the near
future in an election to adapt tne
eltrs charter to the situation and
to authorize large bond issue
to finance the project.
Townsend Favor . . -
Co-arse In River
Only one of the committeemen
I exoressed himself as open to the
1 idea of the city taking water out
1 winr it fit for drinking purposes
D7 nitration or' sedimentation.
I Watson Townsend declared that
I ne would be willing to continue
I to drink from the nresent supply.
1 1 jt were purified properly, that
(Turn to page 2, coL 6)
1 - The congregation of the First
rrhnreh of the Naxarene of Salem
will dedicate its new home locat-
ed at the corner of 13th and
Center streets, Sunday, July It.
a. very attractive ! program ;f has
been arranged for the day.
Rev. D. S. Corlett of Kansas
city, general secretary of the
Naxarene Young People's society
wlll sneak at 11 a. m. and at
8 pm. - Rev. Corlett. is also edi
tor of the Toung People's Jour
nal .-!;.:. . .
At S o'clock lnthe afternoon
t)r.. J. E.1 Bates of Portland, dis
trict 'superintendent of the North
Pacific district of. the denomina
tion will conduct the dedicatory
service.':-- ' . " '
John S. JTtiesen, choir director,
has prepared a very fine program
by. the church choir. "Mrs. Du
rTMna. harnist of Vanconver.
I Wash.; mar be nresent to give
under reconstruction for the past
two months IS rapidly Bearing
completion. ' - - ' ..
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1 UngctTlan IT all
Talk of Return- r
ir Flightjo U. S.
V4' BUDAPEST. Hungary, July 17
-(AP) Refreshed after one
trans-Atlantic flight. Captains
Alexander Magyar and George En
dres tonight considered flying
back to New Tork from Budapest
in their monoplane "Justice For
Hungary." - - - -
Among the many congratula
tory telegrams that arrived today,
mostly . from America, Captain
Endres said, were otters of finan
cial packing from undisclosed en
thusiasts for a return flight. :
"The plan to fly back from Bu
dapest to New York with the Jus
tice For Hungary appeals to me.
as I hope it will appeal to the
world. Captain Endres said. ; ; v '
Pastor Reports- I
Returned Friday : nfght . from
the bedside of hlsrlfe. who nn
derwent a major operation' at the
Good Samaritan . hospital, Port
land Wednesday, Rev. 8: D. John
son of this city reported that Mrs.
Johnson was "doing-as nicely as
could be expect eLT II . she con
tinues to gain health.-as Is ex
pected, she will probably be able
to come home within a week and
a half, he sald-Rev Johnson is
pastor of Leslie Memorial; Me th-
TO DEDICATE DOM
I TangihlPldniveii ROST FSTIi
Jp or Mouhtam Water
Diversion dam on Little North Fork of the
Santiam Favored ; Cost .Estimated
Two Million and Half
A TANGIBLE proposal on
X. derstood mountain water
extended Baar and Cunningham proposal released here Jast
nijrht. The. total cost ia estimated at $200,000; . f
t The plaa proposed calls for a diversion Ja'm -oh the JLi-
ue JNortn x otk. oi tne j santiam an nan-mile above ithe
branch's " mouth and one .. mlleO-' .
above Mehama. . Here in a nar
row gorge of . rock the dam and
spillway would, be constructed.
When Salem's water supply needs
exceeded 15.000,000 gallons daily
aa auxiliary diversion dam could
be - projected on the- North - San
tiam. Costs for the diversion dam
are estimated at $75,000 by Baar
and Cunningham. . i
The next construction , cost
would be .for a 2C-mlle long pipe
line ranging from 30 to 3C inches
in diameter, Baar and Cunning
ham's costs for this work inelnde
135.000" for a 50-foot right; of
way. 125.000 for clearing mis
right of way, $10,000 .tor needed
grabbing, $122,000 for excava
tion and backfuUing of the plpe-
, (Turn to page 2, coL 1) j
FATHER OF WILY
While swimming in a slough
one mile northvof Lincoln, in Polk
county, Frank Smith, 40, was
seised with cramps and drowned
before other swimmers could sere
him. last .night about 9:15
o'clock. . .
The body was recovered ia
feet of water with a pike pole.
after two men from the Salem fire
department' arrived with aniln
halator. They worked on the man
with the inhalator for 20 minutes,
then tried to resuscitate him' by
the manual method, working tor
two hours, but without successj A
doctor was present, who,- after; at
tempting to revive him with ad
renalin treatment, pronounced
Smith dead. - f(
Swlmers there said Smith was
about 15 feet from the bank when
he yelled for help, then sank.! He
runnMml " twlct- then was 'not
seen again alive. - - il l
Smith is a farmer In the Lin- -f
coin district, on the Wallace road.
He is survived by the widow and
four small children.
sTen Persons in
CLEVELAND, uJuly -17 (AP)
Lightning killed - at least j ten
persons in the Great Lakes; re
gion and western Pennsylvania
today. - The accompanying wind
and rain sterms did considerable
property damage, - but broke . a
heat wave. !! -
Four persons - were killed. by
lightning in Ohio, two were; fa
tally struck at Windsor, Out,
and four, were lightning victims
in western Pennsylvania. !t -
Two young women seeking re
lief from the heat were drowned
In the Detroit river near River
side, Ont. -
Exceeds 1 1
Pasteurized milk. Grade A, de
livered to Salem - consumers ; the
past six months has been nearly
three times as pure. In regard to
bacterial content.' as the grading
ordinance requires. J.'E. Blink
horn, county dairy inspector, i re
sorted, yesterday afternoon. Tne
raw milk sold in Salem for this
period has-been twice as pure, in
this respect, as is required fori the
pasteurised product. ' . H.
And the milk of. bothf grades;
during the month of June was
substantially richer than that sup
plied the. three largest cities j of
Washington, Blinkhorn added ia
his report. - . - . i -
The bacterial count for all paj
tenrtxed milk delivered in Salem
daring the six-months period has
beea-11,500. while the maximum
permitted Is- 5M0O. The J raw
mUk eouat has averaged lf.500.
X to the richness of the milk
supply, the following figures give
the proof: pasteurised milk 'sup
plied te Salem has, had 4.2. pt
cent of ..butterfatrand raw mitkt
4.1 per cent, while in the three
Washington, cities, according to
the United States department, of
agriculture .news report for June,
the milk has averaged to .
per .cent ci puiieriau -. -
a much-debated' and little! un-
system for Salem features the
IB SIT in
o;i m PARLEY
American Envoys to Con
Their Participation to
I Economic Problem
WASHINGTON. July 17 (AP)
President Hoover today .enlist
ed the assistance' of Ambassador
Dawes to strengthen still further
America's representation at Ithe
London conference of ministers.
; In addition the chief executive
has taken the position that active
American participation must be
confined to economic problems.
This was made known after Sev
eral, transatlantic telephone con
versations between Mr.' . Hoover
and Secretary Stlmson, at Paris.
While a wide range of attend
ing political:. Questions, is j ex
pressed by the administration: to
be raised inronoectlon withtthe
rormaiation or a plan ror imme
diate relief for Germany, any"ag
geetlons which the American dele
gates may put forward oa such
Issues will be wholly Informal.
The president's taboo on active
American participation In politi
cal eommtments or guarantees
was described by a high adminis
tration authority as a specific ap
plication of the general Ameri
can policy against entanglement
in Europe's politics. -
COLLINS HELD UP.
SIX DOLLARS CONE
Roy Collins, 1529 Oak street,
was ' robbed r of six dollars about
10:15 o'clock last night.- ear his
residence. He reports that a bare
headed man annroached. nointed
at him with Tils hand In his right
pocket, which showed' the outline
of a gun, - the -victim said I and
demanded his money.' ; - j
When Collins . reported 3 the
holdup, policemen were dispatched
to the railroad sidings and yards
and -to the ' Jungles" te look tor
the. man.who was described as
weighing 150 pounds, being fire
feet eight inches tall and bare
headed. - S .
They had not arrested anyi sus
pects at 1. sum. . i
WAREHOUSE BURN'S J
VANCOUVER.' B. July 17.
(AP) Fire destroyed a ware
house of the Beaver Lumber com
pany, . north of ChemainusC Van-
courer Island, and a quantity of
machinery today, with a loss esti
mated at $100,000.. a , I
Grades of all milk sold In Sa
lem were also released yesterday.
These grades are determined by
the standards set by the federal
government and assure consum
ers that the grade of milk speci
fied la Salem is as good as asy of
similar, grade in any city of the
country. . - - . j '
The list of distributors and
their grades are: ij
Grade A. pasteurised: Capitol
dairies ' (Fairmouat, Meadow
lawn), . Curtey's t dairy, Fojbay
farm. . Hazel ..Deil dairy,' J O-i K.
dairy. Producers Milk Co., Purity
dairy, alem1 Sanitary MUk -Co.",
Waldo Hills Guernsey dairy.
Grade A raw: Capitol dairies
Curley's dairy. Fir. Grove' Guern
sey 'dairy. - Foshaw Farm, Hazel
Dell dairy. Jersey Farm dairy.
Lien's Jersey dairy. Llndale Jer
sey farm, Maple dairy, Pleasant
Home dairy, Salem Sanitary Milk
Co.. A- C. Ep ranger dairy, -Sun
shine dairy. Waldo Hills Guernsey
dairy. . . . ' ' - , !
Grade -B raw: ; u. O. Hurley
dairy, B.'B. Squler dairy. -
The grade of the milk delivered
br each dairy is plainly lettered
oa the milk bottle, cap, and; the
health department rgea' the con-
sumers to watch. these caps as the
milk Is delivered to them.
OF WEW Pill
Over Million and ; Half fa
Be Required to Build
. Including . RIter .
Bringing Mountain Water
Would Require About
Another marker In - Salem's
devious road to municipal owner
ship of a water system- for the city
was passed last night when the
long-awaited Baar & Cunningham
report on -a new waterworks plant
was laid before Mayor P. B. Greg
ory,' City Attorney Trindle and
members of the council's commit
tee on public utilities.
The report, which- consists of
44 -closely typed pages, together
with a seriesof maps and graphs.
outlines costs on three proposals
for a city water system, discusses
in detail new sources of water,
consumption afforded by the state
institutions and the Oregon Pulp
tc Paper company, furnishes ta
bles on projected costs of operat
ing either a Willamette river er
mountain water system for Sa
lem, and proposes means of retir
ing a 35-year bond issue held nec
essary for any of the three plans.
Sarrey Made at .
Coueirs Order ' '
Authority for the report, which .
Mayor Gregory is expected to use
along with the council as a basis
for any future action the city may
take regarding acquisition of a
water supply and distribution sys
tem, lies In a resolution et . the
city council made October 40.
1930. in which Baar Jk Cunning
ham were authorized to prepare
and estimate on an entirely new
waterworks plant, considering
both the Willamette river and the
North Santiam as a source of
Setting a 10,000.000 gallon per
day capacity as a minimum for
an adequate water supply for Sa
lem, the report estimates the cost
of a satisfactory municipal plant
at $1,635,000. which would in
clude the erection of an entirely
new pump and filtration plant two
and three-quarters miles above
the Center street bridge on the
Willamette river. Of this total the
filtration plant has an estimated
cost of $312,500. while estimated
cost for the present distribution
system of the Oregon - Wash ir r-
ton Water Service -company, for
new five million-gallon reeer-
Tolr . and tor adequate reserve
with which to start business. Is ;
placed at $1,372,500. -Baar
Cunningham place no value in the
current report on the existing wa
ter plant hut tVeir former esti
mate was $875,009.
Figures are Glvew f '
As an alternative proposal,-a
mountain ; water system deriTlng
10.000,000 gallons dairy from the r
Little Fork of the North Santiaaa
is proposed at an estimated total
cost of $2,500,000. Costs of such
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Wheat Not Sold, ,
-: WASHINGTON. July 17 -(AP
Chairman Stone of the tarm
board issued a formal statement
today to emphasize that stabiliza
tion wheat is not being sold ia
the ": southwest in competition
with the new crop.
He reiterated that theoard
"Is doing and will continue to do
everything it can under the law
to help farmers meet their, pres
ent difficult situation."
r The 7 agriculture department
said present prospects and indi
cated demand point to another
year of low wheat price for the
world as a whole.
Hurt ' in Blast
: Oh Cinema Lot
LOS ANGELES. July 17 AP)
Gaylord F. Lloyd, an assistant
director .brother of Harold Uey,
film comedian, may lose the sight
of one eye as the result of an ex
plosion of a dynamite cap In a mo
tion picture gang slaughter scene.
Seren 'actors and spectators
were iajnred slightly also at the
Harold' Lloyd picture lot, where.
Caddo Productions, Inc., . heaJLei
by Howard Hughes, young nl.
lionalr producer, is filming a pie
tare based on the life of Al Ca
pone, gang leader. .
" RAILROAD Ell DROWNS
SEATTLE. July 17. (AP
What friends said was his first
swim in four. years, proved fatal
today to James DelaLr, 52, North
ern pacific conductor.