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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1932)
Townsend Heads new Police
'-.Committee; Triridle 1$ i
Easy Winner i
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And ' was , moved over to share
eat xlth Steve . Stone," nd . the
Council, resumed Its business.
Mayor Gregory, announced that
he had not appointed an official
hostess' for tbt city, of Salem at
the airport, published articles to
the contrary notwithstanding. ' - f
, City-Attorney . Trlndle was in
structed to bring suit against the
state .Industrial accident commlsj
slon for compensation for- Capti
Ben Falk k who had lost three
months because, of - injuries -received
Jn the Archerd fire. Ali
derm an Da ncy charged that the
commission. had treated the case
In a frivolous, manner and re
Await Opinion on
Legality, of Bonds
Municipal water received scant
attention last night. Alderman
Kqwitz said that , the .proposed;
ordinance offering a block of thei
bonds 4 lately ,-, approved- by ", the
voters would be held up for twoj
weeks- In expectation .of receiving;
an opinion on their legality f rbmj
a 1 firm of bond . attorneys la
Alderman - Patton rose to in-4
Quire who was paying for thct
preparation and printing and
circulating of petitions for - the
appointment of a water board
but was told no petitions were
presented yet and anybody could
prepare and file petitions.
Mayor Gregory announced the
appointment of the following to
civic boards: .
Playgrounds board, Mrs. La
Molne R. Clark. ,i
- Library board: , Mrs. F. H,
Spear, R. J. Hendricks, Miss Mai
Zoning commission: Clarence
albin, James Nicholson, Irl Me
Sherry.;. t ,'.
The . chairman of the health
committee O. A. Olson, was ap
pointed city member of the Mar
lon county health board
- All city department heads
were instructed to prepare inven
tory of tools, equipment, etc., on
band; also to prepare a list of
applies needed during the com
ing yesr so that bids for same
might be called for.
AS CHAMBER HEAD
The king Is dead, long live the
king", the chamber of commerce
lancheoneers might have' shouted
yesterday noon. Instead they ap
plauded the retiring president, H.
R. Crawford, and gave him a vote
of .thanks; and they applauded
likewise Douglas McKay the in
coming president. j
President Crawford reviewed
briefly the experiences. of a pres
ident of this body. He said thai
before he went into office he was
a bit skeptical of what the cham
ber accomplished. His experience
had shown him not only that the
chamber accomplished a tremen
dous amount of work, much of it
not jrlslble to the general public,
but that it took ; a great deal of
work and time to put aver the
various projects which it es
pouses. "; . " -'.--. .
t He 'cited briefly achievements
of the past year which Included
work with the county court to get
the North Santiam work pushed
along, to get Silver Creek falls
area taken over as a state park,
work for widening of the Salem-
Portland ( highway. ; Besides this
the chamber has to do a lot In the
way ; of heading off undesirable
promotions and exploit atlons
which are constantly coming irn.
lie. thanked the newspapers for
their cooperation and the mem
ber too who had assisted gener
President McKay introduced
his board members. He recited IB
objectives for the year's work,
stressing road work, urging set
ting aside of Marlon Lake and
Eight. Basin country as a primi
tive area, etc .
rat raw CASE
Arguments on the test suit of
Security Savings Trust and
Greene vs. the State Tax com
mission were under way yester
day , before Judge Gale . S. Hill.
The 1911 intangibles act and the
state income 'tax changes tare
both under fire in the cases.
- , The judge yesterday made np
a trial docket r for department
nnmber One, Judge L. H. McMa
han presiding. The first case is
t Start Jfannarv 11. An tmnanit.
lag cleaning up of incompleted
eases in that department of the
circuit court will be held oft tor
a. fortnight awaiting the return
9i .mage MCHanan who Is ill.
Cases set . by JuJdge Hill yes
January 11. War in r v. viv
.12, Sacre vs. Ransom; 15, Smith
ts. Vilstruys; 16, Pearson vs.
Livesley: Scott vs. Mortrr a
Loan company; 19, Zollner ts.
jiaser; zi, uar.s vs. Puckett:
25, Nles vs. Chittenden; 17,
Eena Co. ts. LaFollette; 28,
Lane ts. Relcben; 29, Lantls vr.
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GRANGE TO INSTALL
LIBERTY, Jan. 4 Red Hills
ITanj v will , hold. . iu regular
meeting Tuesday. eVening at; the
. Liberty tall. As the Installation
cf of ticerrwlll i be at this time,
the 'meeting will be open to thf
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IXVIAAJ CAiJU U lb
MARVELOUS VALUES! Brok
en lines in Bedroom Snltesl
One A two of a kind marked
LOWER than our regalar low
price. SAVINGS UP TO 31!
s-pc- bedroom; suites
Values from 5 9.58 to S79.50.
Bed, Chest, A choice of Dress
er ; or Vanity la combination
steel box! 3C
nickel ., fin
More savings! .
: i 7c
SNIP A tool
needs! T In.
long with 2
FIT 72 .."!
in. of patch
tubes . cement
and i roughen-
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35. . P7fe
r i. , VCJ M I I
l m K nKnnVZViTR A rL
less steel bar-'
rel, hose, 'tit-'
tings. - '
TIRE CHAINS "
' bargains! Bite
.30 x 4.50.-:, '
.TURB HISTORY!. Savo np; to
23 . on Living Room Suites
la this' Sale! it' Only limited
number In each prlce'llne! r '
t i .-.- r - i -."' -'' -
2-PC. SUITES! ;r
Values from" $90 .'to $160.' 2-
Pc,.SnItea in J?amasklor.' Tap-
estryj. Uphelstsry. -t 'v T -
Work Shoes. Men's Oiled Tan work .
shoes. Huntington Composition sole. Usu-
any sells for $3.49. January Clearance U
brings ft to you for.................. f
Misses' Oxfords a selection of many -n
pairs of shoes usually far higher In price. I -
Also some one-straps In . the January I I
Clearance assortment, all marked at.... V J v
Straps and Pumps for Women. Shoes
that usually sell for S3.9S. Only a tew
pairs to be closed out at this remarkable
Boys' Shoes. Made of sturdy calf lea
ther; Goodyear welt. To be disposed of
In our January Clearance Sale at the un
usual price of
Beverly Prints Beautiful, patterns. Su
perb but extremely; low priced fabric.
Washable fast colors. Why experiment
with other materials. A 75c value at 3
All Wool Blankets. 100 AH Wool
Double Blankets. . None lovelier than
these. This reduced, price commands the
attention, of every housewife. . Plaids in
Gray, Blue, Rose, Green & Orchid
Nainsook Gowns. Ladies. If you have
ever done hand work yon will appreciate
the value of these hand-embroidered
gowns at such a low price. Standard
Nainsook and Pastel shades.;.
Pajamas. Ladies modernistic d s i g n:
Fine non-run rayon Pajamas. Different S I
looking. Soft, heavy Quality material. 42 Vi II 47?! VI
inch legs. Washable and needs no ironing
Union Suits. Men's Part Wool heavy
union suits. The warmest, strongest,
heaviest suits yon can buy at this low
price. Size 36 to 44. 1.85 values now
Men S salts. January Clearance
of Men's Suits. Ton can't get
of this quality anywhere for
a price. A Huntington Park
sizes to fit the Hard to Fit
Mattresses. The Famous "Nach-
man" inner-spring mattress.' M the
former price. An unusual opportun
ity to own a ?MNachman' at tne
very low, price of .
Springs. Double Deck Helical Tie top
springs. Air modern Improved featurea.
Comfort and quality at a genuine saving
a nit . T1 ll
$3.00 Down. $5.00
a Month. Small .
Carry ing Charge
Just about HALF what others ask for a
cleaner, with motor-driven brush. Yet the
Majestic is same 'as nationally advertised
cleaners selling at 315 to 120 more. Beat
ing! Sweeping! and Suction! Why pay even
a penny more? . ,
Set of Attachments
7-Foot flexible hose.
30-inch extension tub
for high pluees. " Up
holstery atd mattress
nozzle. Suction brnsn
for clothing, etc. Suc
tion couplin g. Blower
coupling. Cou p 1 1 n g
, tool. All For
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Just imag'ne, an Occasional
'Chair for only .l5.-Ja-;
: quard " Telour back, xnohalr
neat. ' - .
Small Down Payment Easy
Payments as Low as $5.50 a
Month. Small Carrying Charge
7-TUBE SETS - SCREEN GRID
Style of Set Were NOW
Console Type $49.95 $39.95
8-TUBE SETS- SCREEN GRID
Console Tyj e $49.50 $44.50
Mantel Type $44.50 $39.50
10-TUBE SETS - SCREEN GRID
Console Type $89.50 $69.50
Console Type $69.50 $58.95
All sets are complete with Airline Tabes Guaran
teed One Full Year. Installation FREE. All are
brand new Airline Sets.
All with Full License by R.C.A. and Hazeltine.
1 8 1
i lamas iaiMr s -j
Clear, sheer chiffon and serv
ice weight" hose the kind
you d expect to cost yon much
more! Plcot tops. French
heels. New shades.! Reg. $1.00.
m it u -rm
ctepo Txce sETr--
Ttiea T Brassier- - Q
Ai 'TTn-- crev VI.30
. of all tu:ie on
Guaranteed Without . limit
; i4t to Time or Mileage
One of the World's Largest Tiro Companies, avd
the Most Strhiitewt Specifications Kmowh.
Riverside ' DeLuxe,
Heavy Dsty e Ply
9 4LSO f 13.10 -6.07
All Other Sizes At Proportionate Savings
( i r
Stardyl Has Nunerone Uses
Around the Farm Or Home!
ha r d w o o d
handle 4 feet
In length. A
Lakeside Hand Saw
Taper ground. 2 C-lnch
length, 8 points. Hardwood
handle ' :
Hack Saw Frames
AO Metal . . . Nickel Plated
With One fr-Inch Blade!
t to 12-lnch
blades. Get It
now at Anni
Pkr nf 111 Tlnrrt' rrira ra cr A ttt vs :Woe witv
Reg. 13c standard onalitv 38'. Nnw'to Am rr aJ
72n9 Sim. Slheete 61
Reg. 75c Trlumnb brand! Bleached. hniml a-A
Turkish Towels 1 6x4 0". Colored borders. 7 for .... -
Telvety! Smart! ; 2 1.75. n gallon value! l Cal.w. "
Pries quJcklyiVeaxa long! JSave half, r i Gai. . ;. .
aiiee. liiiotc IPDatieG Si
Fast and HOT! 1000 watts. Porcelain top. Cord .... . -
Focusing. "Use for searchlight or flood light
MeniiG HDpGcoSEiinE'tl 0'
Pre-shrunk. Size 14H to 17. ,
Cotton. Brown, Blue, GFey A Black. Fine quality. -,'
UUIIty Rags In hit and miss effect. I lor k
.275 N. LIBERTY ' PHONE'8774 :
SALEM, i ORE.
New Low PHrs
AH washing machines te
Windsor De nr
Luxe, now ... DlUD
Tralmpli Waih- C f 1 O C
r. now Dl.UO
Trlmmph Wash- j-f qj
er, new ...... b 1 J 0
; BUT NOW
. . 1
imbue. A pot luck dinner . will be
csrred t :2 o'clock.