The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 27, 1931, Page 7, Image 7

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    The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning, Aognst 27, 1921
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Local News Briefs
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Hirer Said Not Dan grrotu
Complaints that the Willamette
river la too contaminated for safe
swimming are not really serious,
according to Dr. Vernon A. Doug
las, county health officer, be
cause the condition of the -water,
Ten north of the city, is not so
bad as to be a definite menace to
bata-ers. Swimmers are more li
able to ' receive skin. Infection
from dirty swimming suits, tow
els or even from lying on the
beaches, he said. The chief pres
ent danger from swimming would
be from typhoid, - dysentery or
other Intestinal disorders the
natatora might contract through
inadvertently swallowing the
water. ' -
Education Authority Cemlag
O. H. Nelson, New York - City,
head of the educational council of
the national Y. M. Cj A., who Is
said to be an authority on adult
education in the United States,
has been secured by the local "Y"
lexa all day September S. He will
. m a IrnirllMn and ODDOf-
tunlty will be titan Interested
r citizens to hear this man.
"See Buss Smith. Center and
Church, for tire bargains. -.
Instrnctora' Return Expected-
Dwight Adams. Fred Smith and
R. R. Boardman. of the Salem T.
"M. C- A-. are expected to return
here tonight by uto from Seattle,
Wash., where they hare beenin--restlzatinr
the Y' nd boy
scout work, after attending a
leaders conference , at SeabecK,
rt.... rr Sat. nlxht. Open
air paTilion, Stayton. .
Property" Pemberton His
full share in property owned by
Retta J. Pemberton, deceased,
was given yesterday by probate
cowct order to J. Ray Pemberton,
one of her heirs. He stated to
the court that an oral agreement
was made before the deceased of
Retta Pemberton proTidlng that
mhould receive" tne propenj. ,
The agreement was not made in
writing. . . . ' -
"'j Dance at Hazelgreen FrL 25c.
Vagrant Pleads Guilty Verne
VernRink who Rave New York
City as his residence, pleaded
guilty yesterday before Justice of
the Peace Hayden to the county
of Tagrancy. VernRink. about 20
. ... h, fl(V
years 01 sc, w m- -j -lice
officers after been seen loi
tering about downtown streets
for several nights. VernRink
pleaded guilty and was sentenced
to ten days In the county Jail.
'J. Resigns as GnartlLan Maud J.
Haberly has resigned as guardian
of the afaflrs of William J. Ha
berly, deceased, and the Ladd &
Bush Trust company has been ap
pointed guardian In ,ner stead.
. 1 - tr-naA in
uuui v . .
probate court here.
Homer yon To Wed A mar
riage license was Issued Wednes
day In Portland to Homer J, Ly
ons of Salem and Arleta M. Far
rens of lone. Lyons la a former
Salem high school and Oregon
State college tootball and basket
ball player.
- Asks Foreclosure Harry Sher
man has 'brought suit In circuit
court here against Jessie B. Falk
and Joseph and Margaret Thiel
seeking foreclosure of , a mort
gage valued at 11552. together
with interest thereon and expen
ses of foreclosure.
Fraternity Man Visits Joe
Blanch ard.. sophomore at Willam
ette university has Just lft Sa-
i ki. nm t . Rlendale.
1 V Ui tut mAAm " v " '
southern- Oregon,, after spending
h first half of the week here
visiting- at his fraternity . house,
Alpha Pal Delta,- . .
license Issued! A marriage li
cense was- Issued yesterday; to
; George C. Turner. 128 Brendo.
Los Angeles. Calif. He will wed
Angela Sundln. 2575 Lee atreet,
' Salem. Tomer, 2s years of age.
Is a mertidam and.. Miss Sundln.
21, la a nurse.
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Taiiorea xnaae nui m
eJy at Sll-00, $14.75 and $1.
11. Save from 1 to JH by buy
ing this week- . Our fall line of
overcoats are. now in. Come la
and look" them over before yon
buy. Taos. Kay Woolen Mill Co.,
ttO So. 11th St. . . . ,
Mount al a Scaler Retaraa
Harry Bally,, a coming entrant at
.Willamette university this fall,
returned here Tuesday from Ta
eoma. Wash., where he visited
with friends after making the as
cent of Mt. Rainier with the
Chemeketans . party Sunday,
August It.
Last week of our famous Tail
ored Mada Suit Sale. Get yours
before the price goea up. t Sale
price 1U.00. $14.75 and 111.75.
Also see our new fait line of over
M.t, Thiu. TCa Woolen Mill Co..
260 So. 12th St.
You Can't Be Happy if
Your Feet Hurt
Schaefer's Corn
Takes Them Off!
S,y25c '
Sold Under the Schaefer
; - Guaranty .
No Cure No Pay
Give Your Feet a Treat
, v': - only- at v- -
- DRUG STORE , . " ,
1 N. Coat! . Dial MOT
The Origtaal Yellow Front And
Candy Special Store of Salem
IfcEwen Released Charles Mc-
Ewen, -devil dog" was released
from Justice court yesterday on
parole after a f 0-day Jail sen
tence. because he declared that it
was Imperative he be back at
Bremerton. Wash., by August 21.
McKwen pleaded guilty, after be
ing arrested Sunday at SUverton.
to idrlvlng. a" car with Improper
license plates. Arresting officers
were forced to shoot t MeEwen's
ear before he would atop.
The school season Is approach
ing. Gabriella Sboppe of dress
making, is specialising In altera
tions and remodeling. 532 K.
High Street. V
-DrnJs Trespass W. Wurgter,
45-year-old Aurora resident, . de
nied that he trespassed upon Im
proved lands when' he was haled
Inte Justice . court yesterday. Lee
Marsh, also an Aurora resident,
signed a complaint charging
Wurster with cutting clover and
hay on land he did. not -own.
Wurster waa ; released, without
bail. His hearing will be held to-
morrow at 10 a. m. before Jus
tice of the Peace Hayden-.
Case Continued The case of
the State of Oregon vs. Jack
Kolster and Ltxxie Timme. both
charged with assault and battery.'
was continued In Justice court
here yeiterday. The hearing will
be held next Friday at 2 p. m.
Mrs. At He Little -signed the com
plaint against the two.
Two Case Today Two cases
are! set for hearing at 10 a. m..
this morning in Justice court. . A.
E. .Krleger is to have a hearing
on a non-support charge. J. T.
Nelson is up on charge of lar
ceny. :
Dane at Haxegreen FrL 25c
" Start Foreclosure Foreclosure
of a mortgage held by the Port
land Mortgage company cn pro
perty owned by Georse D. Ader
in and Edith Aderin has been be
gun In circuit court here. The
sum sought is : $1417 together
with Interest, taxes and costs.. -
1 Farrar
At Rockaway - late Monday,
August 24, Mrs. Isabelle C. Far
rar, aged. 81. Survived by one
daughter. Mrs. R. N. Kellogg of
Portland; and one niece. Bertha
Foster of Portland. Funeral ser
vices Thursday. August 27 from
the chapel of W. T. Rigdpn and
Sonj Reverend George Swift offi
ciating. Interment In the I. O.
O. F. cemetery.
In thia city August 25. Rever
end j William R. Robins, aed 18.
Survived by widow, Dora; one
daughter.' Ellen; and one son,
Bruce. . Funeral services Thurs
day,; August 27 at 2:30 o'clock
from the- First Baptist church un
der the direction of W. T. Rlgdon
and Son. , "
-1 . . . . Bonea
Near Turner Aug. 25, Charlie
F. Bones. 19. Survived by moth
er, Mrs. China A. Bones, of Tur
ner;) sisters and brothers; Martha
J. Winkler of Vancouver, Wash.,
Luemma Standifer of Salem, Mol
lle E. Mundlnger of Salem, Cora
F. Scott of Salem. James W. of
Turner, Archie L. of Turner, Lucy
M. Hacelwood of Woodburn and
Lester N. of Turner. Funeral ser
vices Thursday, August 27 at 10
a. m. from the chapel of W. T.
Rlgdon and Son, Reverend W.
Earl Cochran and the Elks lodge
officiating Graveside services at
the Belcrest Memorial park under
the r auspices of ' the -Masonic
lodger - - I
j Miua : ' ;
In this eltr August If, Claud le
Mills, 10. Survived' by pmrenu.
Mr. and Mrs. . M. Mills. Funeral
announcements later by Clough
Barrick company.
I Pardo
' At the residence, route two, Sa-,
lem,' August 25, Thomas Pardo,
aged 9. Survived by widow, Ju
lia; two sons. William E. and Jo
seph H. both ' of Salem ; two als
tersj MrsyRebeeea Rogers of
Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Mrs.
Lilly Barton ef Evaaa, Colorado;
three brothers, Joseph. Samuel
and William all of Council Bluffs:
and three grandchildren. Funeral
announcements later by Clougb
Barrick company.
f McCurdy
In this city August 2. William
McCurdy, aged 72. Was recently
a resident of Roseburg. Funeral
annoancements later by W. T.
Rlgdon and Son.
Established 1803 TeL 8052
t Conveniently Accessible
Perpetual care .provided tor '
Prices Reasonable
A Park Cemetery
With Perpetual Cafe
Just ten minutes from, the
heart of town
c;"- . Dr. Chan tarn
I Chinese Medicine
ISO N. Con-merclal
U Office burs
Z. Tuesday and Satur
- - J day . a to S:SO
X rtnrsxix. nzxscrona
i rra aimkiu tl sasa
Omt hntu is Trio 1
Oar rrleaa Ar BMamaBie
0r Hmh tm M4tn
' Milkhandlers Examined The
largest number of mllkhandlers In
some time, 24, ware- examined at
the clinic for that purpose held at
the Marlon county health center
this week. The unusual number
was due to the fact that milk-
handlers formerly under the Jur
isdiction of the city of -Portland
have been changed to the Salem
district by the milk producers co
operative association. : and . the
mllkhandlers are striving to
bring their dairies up 'to the B
grade standard requirements.
Talllght Obscured H. A.
Gueffroy, 205 U. S. National bank
building, drove his car Into that
of Pearl Ryan, 22 04 North Front
street, Tuesday, because the Ryan
machine was parked too near the
corner, not parrallel to the curb
ing and the tail light therefore
obscured around the side of the
auto trunk, he reported yesterday
to the police. . The mishap oc
curred at the corner of Front and
Pine streets at 9 p.m. j ?
Golnar Slowly. Hit She had
Just backed her car from the curb
and was moving ahead alowly In
second gear, when a car driven by
Miss MerIe.Dimlck.-720 8outhl2th
street,-backed out and struck her
machine, on State atreet. between
High and Liberty street. Lola
Ohmart. route 2, reported to the
police yesterday. A fender on the
Ohmart machine was cracked, the
driver said. -
Accident Excuse Made Eu-
rene Halterman. Beverly Hills.
Calif., motorist who backed his
ear Into that driven by Frank R.
Kellogg. 129 New Bllgh building.
reported to the police yesterday
that he did not see Kellogg'a ma
chine because of another car pass
ing him in the middle ot tne diock.
on State street. Keuogg cnargea
Halterman with backing out from
the curb too fast. ;
niinn Riirht of War Aria
C. Davis, 435 Fawck avenue, whose
car wta struck by that driven oy
C. E. Hald, route 9. at Court and
Libertv streets Tu.sday . nignt.
claims in the accident report, that
Hald did not have the rignt or
war. H&ld savs he was past tne
center of the intersection when
Davis cut In ahead of him.
KfMlinir la Chanrcd Exceed
ing the speed limit i t the city was
charged to Andrav Peterson,
1795 McCoy avenue, when he was
arrested yesterday by a city, trat
fle officer. He Is cited to appear
in municipal court today.
Attend Game Tom Wood and
baseball fans who drove to Port-
tant txroAnaaAav nfrht tft attend
the Portland-San Francisco base
ball game. .
rkn7hNr BornMr. and Mrs.
v. it. Rlrra are the parents of an
eight pound baby girl who was
born August 25 at the Henderson
maternity home. The baby has
been named Lorn a Gay. -
Illness Comes Suddenly Mrs.
William H. McRae. 1925 North
Fourth street, who was taken sud
denly ill while she was at work
at the Marlon. creamery Tuesday,
was reported not much , better.
She Is at her home.
Canned Heat Drnnk Charged
with, becoming drunk on "can
ned heat." John Burke, was ar
rested yesterday and lodged in the
city JaiL
Ben LindseyJs ,
Seriously 111,
Doctors Admit
(AP) The condition ot Ben S.
Llndsey, noted former Judge of
the Denver Juvenile court, who
underwent a major operation
here last week, has taken a turn
for the worse.. ;
Back on the Job
Every Saturday
10 p.m.
I Every Wed. Nite
7:30 p.m. i
This Saturday Afternoon at
The F. N. Woodry
Auction Market
1610 N. Summer'
Consisting of
Anything anybody has . for
sale. Jnst bring It In on Sat
onlay nfternoon OR Wednes
day nlte and I will sell it for
you and get you the
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Cash - Yes - Cash
Let's make this Saturday a
red letter day. Everybody
bring In something toelL
The buyers will be here and
plenty of them. .
Auction sales conducted at
your home in city or coun
try. " i '
I pay cash for used furni
ture or will swap, trade or
exchange anything with yon.
Private sale daily ot new
nnd used furniture.
What you save at Woodry's
you can lay away for old
.age. .
F. Nl Woodry
Auctioneer - Phone 5-1-1-0
-- Established 1016 :
The Woodry Ton All Know
TlTo Portland 75c
UuAwLJxa Engene f 1.10
Depot, Bllgh Hotel
Independent Stage Co.
4 TeL al21 - -
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Six persona two policemen, two bandits, a baby girl and a taxi cab
driver" were killed and eleven others wounded in New York when
fleeing payroll bandits were chased by 209 police amid a hail of bullets
through coma of the city's busiest streets. This picture of the riddled
taxicab in which the holdup taen tried to escape shows graphic airna
at the terrific bombardment of lead which cops poured Into it. The
body of the cab's driver .can be seen at right. ,
Two Individual contribution.
one for S300 and- one for $50,
have given Capital Post legion
naires a nearly impetus in their
campaign to raise 12500 locally
as Salem's ahara. In sendlnr th
drum corps to Detroit. The receipt
or inese donations was announced
yesterday but donors preferred
their names be withheld.
The post is attempting Insofar
as possible to raise $1500 from
within Its own membermhln Th
two Initial gifts were from outside
me omciai organization. Mem
bers are being .asked to contrib
ute S5 to S10. indlrlduallv hut
where this Is impossible sums aa
smau as tone dollar are to be
The balance needed between
$2500 and the sum raised, will tb
secured. If possible, by a big pub
lic dance. Plana discussed yester
day called for holding this dance
at the airnorL The larra
floor there can be surfaced.' it was
wuaset pcrsUon r tots f hsm.'
S2 Oresoa Bid.- Fk S50S
Homes, Schools, Colleges,
Churches, Frat Howaes,
Dance Halls. Mnsie Tencher
JUg Warehouse Full
Here and Portland
. .Greatest Bargain ,
Buys on Pacific
H Coast ' -' -
See Us .We Have What Yon
Ct Want, end You W1Q
''save BIO MONEY
Most1 Every Make
KXAiiK-wnrrxEY -
' , . STRATJBE -
Easy Terms to All
. Priced Double Elsewhere
$35 - $50 - $65 - $75
Buya Finest Tone .Quality '
In Pacific Northwest
Big Factory
S57 Court Bet. -Church
i High
F. M. REED, Factory Rep.'.
- tt
Hospital Beds to
Call 910, Used Furniture
Department '
... ist k. rng
per Montli
Buya a J
Thia h
S300 Style
$295 M
; , . : o
4 r-
pointed ont, and the hangar also
converted Into a temporary floor.
The goal of the legion would bo to
ell one thousand tickets at one
dollar each.
JpIresIruu, am every ffofcocc
7 .
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.v.v.-.-. .
rr Party Orcfca
f. a. c i
elf Le9 Sfih
111 Stk Amm T. C.
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Tho iinost to- ssV -- v-' : v
bacco quality I - A - , A' I
plus throat' J v "
protection V 'N
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Three false alarms were rung
In at the central fire station yes
terday. At the first "brrrr"- of
the strident gong, which may be
heard half a block -away, firemen
scurried from all directions to
their positions at the trucks, 6aly
to find someone had either dialed
the wrong number or. had called
the department en the wrong
phone. Bat unlike the- shepherds
In the well, known "wolf? story,
the city's fire guards have to take
every Harm call seriously.
. Three-one-tour-four should be
dialed only to give the alarm ot a
fire,: Harry Hutton. fire chief re
iterated for the hundred -and-steenth
time yesterday. . Thia
'phone rlngs the general . tire
alarm, hence using -it for routine
calls- to the station ' reeulta - In
needless confusion at - any time
and In great- Inconvenience to
firemen when they ' are routed
oat from, bed on the night shift.
, If you want to ask for. a fire
permit, talk to one of the firemen
or .make any other, communica
tion with the station, other than
giving an alarm, the number to
dial Is 5445. , ; . .
Judge Belt And
Putnam Report
Fishing Is Good
. Two well-known Salem fishermen,-
Judge Harry' J. Belt and
George B. Putnam, returned home
Wednesday from an Interesting
fishing trip up Into the famous
pE)flp ASH 4 pvaitm
biting, harsh irritant chemicals)
Frailer river and Mountain Goat
country- In British1 Columbia.
A part of the distance covering
SO miles, was made by pack horse
where ."soma of the finest fishing
ever to be wanted was experien
ced we . even - had to : throw .'em
tack remarked Judge Belt yes
terday. The' country was beauti
ful, the weather ideal, the fish
biting good and the company "ok"
and all in all the trip was a com
plete success. They were accom
panied by. John Orf," prominent
Medford banker, who.- accustomed
to "good fishing" In the Rogue
river., still admitted the . fishing
of the best. The fishermen were
absent from their ffffieial duties
for a period of 10 days.
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I Births I
Wllteey To Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Wlltsey. roate one. Gervals.
a son. weight 8 - pounds, born
August 25 at the Jackson matern
ity home.
Tharp To Mr. and Mrs. I E.
Tharp. route 8. a boy, Lloyd Ice
land, born August' 21 at the resi
dence. -
OlaastaV-To Mr. - and Mrs.
Louis Henry 01msted. roate . a
boy,-' Lawrence Fredrick. -. born
August 22 at the residence.
- Ledtke To Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Ledtke, 972 Tonng street. Wood
burn, girl, Dolores Virginia,
born August 17 at the Bungalow
maternity home. - -
.(AP) The London
public is having Its first experi
ence with mechanical food ser
vice. An automatic buffett. has
opened for business In one of the
most populous districts of the
Strand. -
Evry LUCKY STRIICE is made of tlie
finest tobacco leaves the world can offer the
Unest from. Turkey the finest from ICentucky,
Tennessee, Vlixinia Georgia snd the C&rolhizs
the Cream of many Crops throughout the
world. Bat all tobacco leaves, regardless of pries
and kind, as nnriire produces them, contain harsh
Irritants. LUCKY STRIKED exclusive "TOAST
INGW Process-a process that mellows, that puri
fies, that includes the use of the modern Ultra
Violet Ray expels certain harsh irritants natu
rally present in every tobacco leaf. We sell these
expelled irritants to manufacturersof chemical
compounds, who use them as a case m maKtnj
sheepdip, as well as a powerful spraying solu
tion for trees, flowers and shrubs enough to
permit the daily dipping of over 50,000 sheep or
the daily spraying of many thousands of trees.
Thus, you are sure these irritants, naturally pres
ent in all tobacco leaves, are not in your LUCKY
STRIKE. They're out so they can't be inV
No wonder LUCSUEB arc always hind
to your throat -
U. S. Dept.' of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal
V Industry, Order No. 210 .
1 1
fnduding the use of Ultra Violet Rays
- Sunxhino Mellows Hect Purifies
Throat Protection cfralrtst Irritctlon or? c? nst ccl 3
W 9
EUGENE, Ore.. Aug. 26 (AP;
Matey MeKInney.' owned by S.
M. Busch. Salem, and driven by
Daniels, took, three straight heats
In mixed 2:25 pace and 2:20 trot
on today's .opening race program
at the Lane county fair. Maxey
McKlnney Is a. pacer.
In the three-eighths mile run
ning event, Proctor, owned i by
Andy Charley and with Rufus up,
took first. J. K. Greer's, combus
tion, with Perry bp. won the four
and a half furlong event.
Behind Maxey Busch, these en
tries finished in this order in all
threa heats: Alto Mack. owned
and driven by J. W. Merrill,
G res nam; Madam Queen, owned
by Anna Hutchinson and driven
by Hutchinson; Galley Vernon,
owned by Merrill and driven by
Harry Barrett
" Operated Upon
For 7th Time
. Harry E.- Barrett, -205 South.
2lrd atreet, underwent his sev
enth serious operation within the
past few months, at St. Vincent's
hospital . in ' Portland yesterday
morning. His daughter. Miss Hel
en Barrett,' said last night that
when she left her father at two
o'clock he waa quite ill. suffering
from shock but recovering aa well
as could be expected. Mrs. Barrett
is staying at her husband's bed
side. Deoi?