The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 27, 1932, Page 5, Image 5

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    The OKEGUJM STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Mt rning. January 27, 1932
Local N ews Brief
Three-Yeasv plaa Made Re
port ot the northwest district Kl
wanls conference held at Chsha
lls. Wash., last weekend was
made Tuesday to the local Kl
wanis club by Roy R. Hewitt, its
president. The national organ
ization, embracing 1SS0 clubs
nd- 92,(49 members, has made
a three-year plan of Its activi
ties, . Hewitt stated. He traced
In : Informal manner In his re
port, the development of the
present social structure from the
days of feudalism' to the present
time of regulation . and control.
Charles McEthlnuey, soloist, rare
several numbers accompanied by
Mrs. Kenneth Rich. Lieutenant
Walter Lansing of the state po-jtne county -clerk' office. W. E.
lice told -of the suceess of ' the I Neels- 11890 Powell; boulerard,
safety essay eontest conducted In J Portland, received permission to
schools here last year-and plans lwed Naomi L. Livingstone, 314
being made for its repetition In I
February ,
Captains te Meet A meeting
of : the campaign officers and
committee heads of the Y W. C.
A. campaign for funds which
opens : February I Is called for
10 o'clock this morning In the
Y. W. C. A. rooms. Mrs. Claude
Glenn Is major, and captains are
Mrs. E. B. Daugherty, Mrs. F. E.
Brown, Mrs. Herbert Rihe, Miss
Dorathea Steusloff. Mrs. Glenn
Seeley, Mrs. W. E. Feldman, Mrs.
A. M. Chapman. Mrs. K. O. Bran
don, Mrs. William Evans, Miss
Rovena Eyre, and Mrs. Fv A. El
liott, general manager. Mrs. J.
A. Frownson office chairman and
Mrs. Elizabeth Gallaher.j local
Council Reports Meeting for
the first time since last fall the
council of the Salem Arts league
met Monday night to hear commit
tee reports and admit new mem
bers. Mrs. C. A. Lytle, treasurer,
reported $74 in the treasury.
Three new sections were recogniz
ed by the council, art apprecia
tion, music and creative theatre.
This makes a total of six sections
for the league. Arnold Taylor.
Mary Allan, W. E. Lawrence, and
Mrs. Ray Yocum were admitted to
membership In the league.
Tax Attackers Answer Plain
tiffs' counsel in the 'case of
Maude B. Green and Mary A.
Caswell against the state tax
commission, filed a reply yester
day In which they deny in en
tirety the contentions of George
W. Hobson and E. S. Porter,
Marion county interveners in be
half of the defendants. The suit
involves the legality of the ex
isting intangibles tax law.
Bridge and "500" St Joseph's
hall Thur. Jan. 28. 8 p. m. Re
freshments, entertainment, admis
sion 25c,
Registration on
Many citl-
sens in the county are register
ing with the county clerk prior
to the May 2 primaries. The
final date for registration is
April 19. County Clerk Boyer is
doing everything in bis power
to get all citizens to register in
asmuch as swearing in at the
polls Is now prohibited by law.
Student Farewell Today Pu
pils of the 9-A class at Leslie jun
ior high school will hold a fare
well program at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon at which time the class
song, and prophesy will be given.
The program will b repeated at
7:30 o'clock this evening for par
ents and friends of the class.
Examiner Coming SoonRalph
E. Carlson, Red Gross examiner
for life saving and first aid, will
come to Salem next Tuesday to
spend four days in rechecking lo
cal Red Cross examiners. He aiso
will organize a school for life sav
ers and give tests for senior life
Miller to Speak Frank J. Mil
ler of Albany, former member of
the public service commission.
will talk to Salem Rotarlans to
day on his European trip taken
hast year. Miller traveled ex
tensively in Europe, going far
into the northland during the
Hogne no Better C. E.
Hogue, formerly Janitor at the
Highland and Garfield schools,
continues in a helpless condition
at his home. 1125 N. 4th street.
He has suffered three paralytic
strokes since last June, and. his
condition shows no Improvement.
Shop Incorporates Articles of
Incorporation for Smart Shop.
High street wearing apparel
tore, have been filed here with
the county clerlr. Authorized
capital stock is 100 shares ot $50
par value each. Incorporators
ri G. H. Young, R. A. Nielson
and Hy Samuels.
Casper Arrested N. Casper,
2940 North Capitol street, yes
terday waa arrested by city police i
on a charge of falling to stop at
a through-traffic street. He was
cited to appear in municipal
court today.
Credit Meeting The Salem
Retail Credit association will
' hold Ita regular weekly luncheon
meeting at the Gray Belle silver
grille this noon. Routine busl
t neas will be handled.
Attorney ill Raymond H.
' Bassett, local attorney, is con
fined to his home in the Am
bassador apartments because of
.Illness.' (
BirgniuTxl 1 Remains Same
-i The condition of Henry Siegmund,
' Turner . automobile accident vle
- tim, yesterday remained unchang
ed, hospital attendants reported.
alls to Stop Warren Weltea
pleaded guilty to 'charge of 1 all
fitng to atop at primary; highway,
' ' and was fined a dollar and costs.
Fakai To Mr. and Mrs. Char
les I ' Fukat,' Brooks route l, a
boy, Herbert Saburo, born Janu
ary 19. v' ;:V
Ramsey er ; To Mr and Mrs.
-Arthur Pierre Ramseyer of Black
Rock, a girl. Luclle Vivian, born
Marines Want . Youths- Three
youths from 17 to 18 years of age
are wanted by the United States
Marine corps to serre as drum
mers and buglers, gsrgeant Mack
Sherman, local recruiting officer,
announced yesterday. The boys
must be examined by the officer
early today to be accepted. Con
sent of both parents, height of at
least five feet six inches, and
good physical condition are re
quisites. Boys accepted will be
sent to Saa Diego drill practice
and instruction in the drum and
bugle school.
' License Issned One marriage
license wa3 issued yesterday la
" street, Vancouver,
Wash. For both parties the wed
ding is their second matrimonial
venture. Neels sells Investment se
curities; his wife-to-be is a clerk.
Rev. B. Earle Parker f this city
was . scheduled to perform - the
ceremony. -
Sewing Class Changed At
the request of the members, the
sewing class held at" the high
school one evening each week will
meet on Thursdays Instead of on
Wednesdays, T. T. Mackenzie, di
rector of vocational education, an
nounced yesterday. Tentative en
rollment now is 18. If six more
women register for the course,
which is taught by Mrs. B. F.
Snelgrove, a second class will be
organized and meet on Wednes
day night3.
Route Extensions granted
Two extensions in rural postal
routes, to take effect beginning
February l, have been granted by
the Washington, D. C, office, Ar
thur Cibbard. assistant Salem
postmaster, announced yesterday.
The extensions are: 0.3 miles on
route five to reach home of E. G.
McCarty.and 0.2 miles on route
seven, to reach H. C. Mattson
home. Salaries of the two carriers
will not be increased.
To Select Committees J. T.
Delaney, president-elect of Cas
cade area council. Boy Scouts, has
called a group of councllmen to
meet with him at his' home, 760
North Summer street, on Thurs
day evening, to assist in selecting
committees for the coming year.
Among them will be: A. C. Haag,
retiring president; W. L. Phillipsi
commissioner; Judge H. H. Belt
and Executive O. P. West.
Final Report Made Final re
port in the estate of Mary E. W.
Wooton, deceased, was made to
the county court yesterday by Lil
lian Frasier, administratrix. Cash
receipts were $721 and expendi-
tures $112 leaving $609 to be dis
tributed among five heirs and tne
Oregon Yearly Meeting of the
Friends church. Certain bequests
were taken care of by direct as
signment of property to the liga
tees. Blanks Sent Out Notices for
annual school meetings made out
in blank, were being mailed yes
terday to district school board
clerks throughout Marion county
by Mrs. Cora B. Reld, assistant
county school superintendent.
Meetings are held by many dis
tricts in. the spring. The budgets
must be voted by December, 1932,
to be included in the annual tax
levy made for 1932.
N'les Case Continues Trial of
the case of Nies against Chitten
den in which the plaintiff seeks
$20,025 damages, continued yes
terday in circuit court before
Judge L. H. McMahan and will
not go to the jury until this after
noon. Jurors called for a new case
docketed for today have been no
tified not to report until Thurs
Diphtheria Case Doubted Dr,
Vernon A. Douglas, eounty health
officer, yesterday afternoon an
nounced that what was thought
to be the first case of diphtheria
reported in 1932 may not be
that disease. If the case is one
of diphtheria, he said, it is
light one.
Sale Reported Sheriffs sale
of property to satisfy claims of
William K. Winslow, et ux.
against' J. David White, et al. was
reported yesterday at the eounty
clerk's office. The property
brought $10,582 which was suf
ficient to satisfy the mortgage
loan, interest, taxes and costs.
Steiwcr Report Filed Blanche
W. Bransom's fourth annual re
port as guardian of the estate of
Russell M. Steiwer, minor, was
made yesterday in probate court
here. Cash receipts for the year
were $251 and expenditures were
General Denial Filed A gener
al denial was filed in circuit
court here yesterday by the Mort
age & Loan company, one of the
defendants in a suit filed recently
by Hope S. Pruett. The receiver
filed the defendant's answer, the
pom pany being insolvent.
Xcw Troop Planned A new
Boy Scout troop soon will be or
ganized at Turner with Harold
Briggs as scoutmaster. Executive
O. P. West reported yesterday.
At least 16 boys are prospective
members. For several years there
has been no troop there. Briggs
belonged to the old troop.
Make TripsWayne D. Hard
ing. 4-H club aupervlsor, made a
trip to the Pr ingle school yester
day to Inspect club work. Mrs.
Mary Fnlkerson, county school su
perintendent, visited at the Ger
vais school yesterday. . .
- Jink FIimsA Frank J Irak Jr..
120 South 14th street, yesterday
in municipal court pleaded guilty
to a charge 4t driving., an auto
mobile, with four persons In the
front seat. He was nnea
I-"-. '-f J sTvDr, Chan Lam
Chinese Medicine '
ffv IS N. Commercial
" st Salem '
1 s"-. Office hoars
Tuesday and Satnr-
.1 dav g to 5 1 . M.
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Music, Gymnasium Classes
0,ffer Entertainment;
Public Admitted
A pablie entertainment con
sisting ot musle and gymnasium
stunts will be given at Parriah
Junior high school at 8 o'clock
tonight by the music -and girls'
gymnasium departments of the
institution. .A small admission
fee will be charged. Directing
the program are the following
Instructors: Etta White. Cather
ine O'Neil, Helen Prang and E.
R. Deny.
The program will be as fol
lows: "March Nifty" and "The Little
Wonder" by the band.
Tumbling and stunts.
Music by boys' double quartet.
"Victorious Legion March" and
"Over the Waves" by the or
chestra, i
"Indian Dawn", "From the
Land of the Sky Blue Waters"
and "Pale Moon', by the girls'
and mixed choruses.
"A Mimetic Olympic" consist
ing of indoor sports events.
"On the Road to MandaJay" by
girls' sextet; violin solo fiSon of
Pusta" by June Director, and
"Can't Yo Heah Me Callin' Caro
line,' by mixed chorus.
Musical pyramids.
"March Safety" and "Step
Lively' by the band.
Large Group
Students Active
Students participating will be:
Theodora Bouf fleur, June
Welch, Genevera Selander, Fran
ces Lavelle, Maxine Mann.
Gladys Shrauger. Hattie Shrau-
ger. Maxine Schomaker. Doris
Astill, Maxine Goodenough. Mar
Jorie Pickens, Naomi Alsop, Bet
ty Fargo, Barbara Megert, Flor
ence Foster, Edna Paulus, Mary
Dale Sladek, June Weeks, Pris
Long Resigns Clifford E.
Long, second lieutenant of com
pany G, 186th Infantry, at Pen
dleton, has resigned. It was an
nounced at Oregon National Guard
headquarters Tuesday. Long is
moving to Walla Walla.
Baillie in City W. H. Baillie
former head of the boys' training
school at Woodburn, together
with his wife and dauzhter. Ber
nice, were in the city yesterday
from Woodburn where they mak
their home.
At the residence, 1623 Chem-
eketa street, January 24, Miss Ce
cilia Elizabeth Watson, 83. Sur
vived by nieces. Miss Lillian and
Miss Pearl Applegate, both of Sa
lem, Mrs. Cyrus B. Woodworth
and Mrs. Hallie Watson Millsap;
nephews, Ralph Watson of Port
land, W. O., I. G. and A. M. Ap
plegate. Funeral services Wednes
day, January 27, at 1:30 p. m.
from the chapel of W. T. Rigdon
& Son. Rev. D. J. Howe officiat
ing. Private interment I. O. O. F.
At the residence. 2586 Lee
street, January 25, Clark B. Stone.
87, member of G. A. R. Survived
by sons, Guy Stone of Hollywood.
Cal., and Lloyd B. Stone of Port
land; step-daughter, Mrs. M. O.
Carey of Salem, and step-son, C.
E. Freeland of Portland. Funeral
services Wednesday, January 27,
at 3 p. m. from the chapel of W.
T. Rigdon & Son, Dr. B. Earle
Parker officiating. Ritualistic
service by Women's Relief Corps.
Interment City View cemetery.
In this city Monday. January
28, Viola S. Davenport, 30, of
Portland. Survived by widower.
Jesse Davenport, two daughters
and three sons; and by- parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas, all
of Portland. Funeral announce
ments later by W. T. Rigdon
At the residence of her daugh
ter Mrs. Dan Wilson Rt. No. 5
Bx. 98 (Macleay) January 26th,
1S32, Phebe B. Webb, mother of
B. E. Webb of Sweet Home, Ore..
Alice M. Wallace ot Hot Lake,
Ore., and Edith Wilson of Salem.
Sister of Ria BK. Bruce and Lettfe
E. Barker both of Tacoma Wash
ington. Grandmother of Mrs. Floy
Banta and great grandmother of
Carol Banta both of Baker, Oregon-Aged
79 yrs. Announcement
of funeral services will be made
later by the Terwllllger Funeral
Home, 770 Chemeketa St.
Established 1803 Tel. 8652
Conveniently Accessible
Perpetual care provided tor
Prices' Reasonable
Belcrest iflemoriai
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ot Towa
Springtime Comes
, With Bluebells Out
And lilacs Budded
SWEET HOME, Jan. 98.'
The back of winter mast
be broken at Sweet Home,
the first bluebells of the sea.
sea were reported by La
ved. Wood, a small girl
of this community. A few
days later Mrs. O. Frignm
found a goodly aaaoant In
her dooryard, and then the
search for springtime flow
ers began,' and when the
Ions walk was .completed,
Mrs. Feign ra had brought
in. pussywillow.
In Greenville pansies have
bloomed In the JT. Wodtll
garden all winter, even
throngh the snow time, and
now the lilacs are all b ad
ding eat, and the tulip sea
son Is coming fast, so Mr.
Winter might as. well be
packing np his grip.
Plowing fa in fnU blast In
the Greenville vicinity the
last week, and several acres
of fine Jarmlag land Is
tamed over. Farmers are
planning far more garden
ground this year, and on
places around Sweet Home
they are making arrange
meats for less fanning and
more hay lands.
cilia Simkins, Joyce Chambers,
Peggy Minkiewitz, Virginia Col
lins, Bargara Crites, Betty Fouke,
Mary Anne Heine, Luella Frame,
Phyllis Gardner, Ruth Walker,
Maxine Hill, Jean Wiley.
Lilian Roethlin, Virginia
Boyle, Ruth Kellogg, Doris Bar
nett, Lucille Bennett, Frances
Christensen, Ethel Davis, Caro
line Field. Clarico Kolbe, Edna
McClure, Faye Thompson, Sybil
Johnson, Jack Bllleter, Billy Ut
ley, Virgil Mason, Homer Zielln
ski, Dorothy Burns, Elfrieda
Bombeck, Reba Clark, Ruby Da
vis, Mary Jane Adams, Lorna
Grant, Evangeline Millard, Joyce
Phelps, Ruth Ramsden, Robert
Carper, Paris Winslow.
Adwln Casebier, James Turn
bleson, Robert Clark. Kenneth
Burns, Cecil Quesseth, Milton
Beckett, Robert Carper, Virgil
Mason, Maxine Case, Neva Y ea
ter, Sylvia Bombeck, Jeannette
Arehart, Doris Marston, Cather
ine Mackay, Carmagene Hoffer,
Doris Duval, Jean Anunsen, Vir
ginia Hennlngsen, Gaynelle Cour
ser, Elvira Smith, Coramae Hof
fer, Dean Arehart, Bob Beckman.
Lorna Barham, Warren Wlg
gerstaff. Irwin Branch, James
Cole, Bill DeSouza. Leonard
Faist, Oliver Glenn, Eleanor
Johnson, Dale Loveland, Wilmer
McDowell, Ha Mills. Gerald New
ton, Fred Pooler, Leroy Rickey,
Jerome Sheridan, Eugene Strick
land, Marguerite Wagner, Quay
Wassam, Jim White, Bob Yeager,
Jack Pollock.
Salem is to become the home
of another publication with the
first issue of "Earth", an inde
pendent magazine, which will ap
pear on local newsstands Friday
J. Niver is the editor of this
magazine which according to its
editorial alms to be a meeting
ground for literary people be they
Inventors, philosophers or socio
The magazine was first publish
ed in Chicago. For the past six
months Its publication has been
suspended. Now It resumes with
several local men on Its staff In
addition to the editor. These In
clude Perry Reigelman, John My
ers Clifford, A. M. Church and E
The cover page is appealingly
done in deep maroon and brown
with name and article titles in
black. Articles listed on the cover
page are indicative of the content
"Revolution", a poem, long and
dramatic: "Commonwealth Cor
poration", a technical article of
interest. The table of contents is
divided Into fiction, articles, po
etry and an open forum.
To Friends and Customers
Within SO Miles Radias
Salem Deacon Hospital
Call 3321
Night aad Day Calls
External Cancer Removed
with medicine.
Office, 333 N. CapUol St.
Phone 5030 - Salem. Ore.
Monthly pay
No Commission charged
Minimum expense
$2500. Minimum loan
Representative In city
next week
Write giving details
J. P. Johnson, Box 6438
Care Statesman
Large Interdenominational
Session Planned Here
For February 2
What will probably be the
largest interdenominational Shin
day school meeting for teachers
and officers ever held la Salem
will be held Tuesday night, Feb
ruary 2 at the American Luther
an church..-on North Church
street beginning at 7:45 o'clock.
Thirty Sunday school superin
tendents in Salem aad others la
the surrounding communities will
be Invited to bring their teachers
and officers to this meeting and
take part in discussing Sunday
school problems especially teach
ing methods.
Six smaller meetings ot this
nature have been held In various
parts of the county and others
will be held later. Some districts
have requested that similar meet
ings be held at regular Intervals.
Theae meetings are sponsored
by the Marion county Sunday
school council of Christian Edu
cation as part of its program. The
annual county convention will be
held at the Pratum Mennonite
church about the middle of
March. Some of the best Speakers
that can be obtained will appear
on the program.
Report to William Einzig, trea
surer of the governor's. commit
tee for unemployment relief, was
made yesterday by the Marion
county court which listed its dis
tributions of state relief funds re
ceived for December.
Six hundred dollars was distrib
uted as follows, throughout the
Silverton $135.00
Aurora 13.33
Hubbard 19.74
Woodburn 97.29
Gervais 15.51
St. Paul 10.25
Mt. Angel 54.80
Jefferson 21.15
Marion 15.00
Turner 16.92
Aumsville 10.51
Sublimity 14.10
Stayton 46.33
Shaw 15.00
Mill City 25.00
Scotts Mills 9.89
Mehama 13.33
Pratum 13.33
Macleay 13.33
Monitor 13.33
Donald 13.33
Brooks 13.33
Large Crowd at
Julia Griffith
Funeral Rites
Funeral serrices for Mrs. Julia
Griffith, nee Metschan. who died
here Sunday night, were held at
Rigdon's mortuary Tuesday. The
services were conducted by Dr.
Don't Neglect
Your Eyef !
Our years of exper
ience are your
greatest assurance
of dependable serv
ice. Your eyes exam
ined without obli
gation. Get a thorough vis-
ion test today.
Things That Make
for Purity
Carefully selected drugs,
rich in medicinal activity;
properly blended these
essentials, backed by ex
perience and conscience, go
into our prescription work.
135 S. Comcl St. Dial 5107
The original yellow front can
dy special store of Salem
Vacuum . Cleaner . .
- ' V; ; 7 rand.? -fVr-:,;
Floor Waxers to Rent
Call 910, Csed Furniture
151 North High
W. C. Kantner, and entombment
la the Mt. Crest abbey mausoleum
Mrs. Griffith was the widow of
the late Dr. L. F. Griffith, who
died two years ago. He - was . for
more than 33 years assistant su
perintendent ot the Oregon state
hospital here.
The funeral services were at
tended by a large crowd.
Gas Wars Hurt
Business Avers
Ad Firm Agent
A. Carmen Smith, of Smith 4k
Drum, advertising agents of Los
Angeles, was a visitor in Salem
Tuesday. Mr. Smith is on a tour of
the northwest In connection with
the distribution of General Petro
leum products in this territory.
His firm handles the advertising
for General Petroleum.
"Gas wars play havoc with or
derly merchandising of gasoline,
declared Mr. Drum. "Companies
In those times do not get the cost
of pumping the crude out ot the
ground. When the Industry is sta
bilised the whole trade la benefit
ted, for the savings while very
small to the individual, amount to
a great deal for the companies la
the business."
The North American Accident
Which is Issued to Statesman
a a
IHLeadl ttHnese 46 CHa&mms IPaM to
Sttattesmrnaim Sutbseirnlbeii1!
W. S. Beaton, Salem. (Wrist frac
tured, car collision) I
R. G. Stover, Salem. (Car over
turned )
Mrs. Carl Burns. (Carl E. Burns
killed in auto accident) 1,000.00
Harry P. Gustafson, Salem. (Car
plunged from highway) 44. 2S
P. H. Bell, Salem. (Car over
turned) 2T.71
H. D. Hubbard, Salem. (Struck by
car while crossing street) 135.71
Mrs. Nina B. Murdick. Brooks.
(Car struck by railroad train).. 30.00
Mrs. H. N. Bolger, Salem. (Car
plunged into ditch) 55.36
Ella A. Harris. Brooks. (Automo
bile collision) 150.00
Maxine Graham. Salem. (Automo
bile collision) 10.00
Inez W'elty. Salem. (Automobile
collision) H07
Harold Cook, Tigard. (Automobile
plunged into ditch) 18 59
Madeline M. Giesy, Salem (Car
collision) : 2-86
J. T. Hafner, Sublimity. (Car col
lision) 30.00
Valma E. Rowland. Salem. (Car
collision) 32.86
Mrs. W. W. Rosebraugh, Salem.
(Car collision) 20.60
A. M. Patrick, Salem. (Car struck
by truck) 60.00
Carl F. Green. Salem. (Hit by car
crossing street) 12.86
Florence Snodgrass, Amity. (Head
on collision) 58.57
Ella Edelman, Salem. (Hit by car
while crossing street) 50.00
Dewey A. Brundldge, Brooks. (Car
collision) 27.14
Glen W. Olmsted, Salem. (Automo
bile collision) 1143
W. E. Kyle, Sclo. (Struck by car
while crossing street) 187.50
Other claims are coming in almost daily. These are paid promptly. Don't delay.
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Patrolmen to get $3, all
Others not Over $2 a
Day, Court Rules
Wage reductions aad rigid re
quirements regarding expenditure
of road district funds are con
tained la Instructions released
here yesterday by the county
court to the ,45. road patrolmen
hi the county. v
Patrolmen's wages have been
reduced from $4 to $3 a day
while road workmen apart from
patrolmen are to draw only $2 a
day. Patrolmen with teams are
to receive $4 daily, whether they
drive the team themselves or
whether some other worker uses
the team. Formerly a man with
a team drew. 16 a day. -
The county is to pay $8 a day
for a tractor operated 'grader In
19 $2, the tractor operator and
the grader operator receiving the
same money as though two men
and two teams were employed.
The count's order, as in for
s mm
Total oS $3130.87
No UDeEay ami Payiumg
Salem, Oregon.
You are hereby authorized to enter my subscription
to The Oregon Statesman for one year from date, It is
understood that The Oregon Statesman is to be de
livered to my address regularly each dsy by your au
thorised carrier and 1 shall pay htm for the same at
the regular established rate.
I am not now a subscribed to The Oregon Statesman ( )
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CITY."". .
I am enclosing a payment of 11.60 Policy fee. I:am ;
to receive. a $10,000.60 Travel Accident Insurance Pol- ,
Icy Issued by the North American Accident Insurance'
Company at Chicago, minots. "
fllail Subscriptions
; -
mer years, provides that no sup- -
piles may be sold by the road ps
trtflmen to his district and that
no overdrawing of a district's
funds shall be allowed.'
, At the" county budget meeting ,
here in December it was esti
mated that $20,000 could bS'
saved the county by eliminating
the road patrolmen system. Th?
court decided to eliminate patrol
men only In districts where the?
services were not desired. As
result the total number of pa
trolmen have been cut from 61
to 45.
Income Report
Blanks Mailed
By Commission
The state tax commission Tues
day started the work ot mailing
out approximately 80.600 blanks
to taxpayers affected by the per
sonal Income, intangibles and cor
poration excise tat laws.
The date for filing these re
turns has been set for April 1.
The Portland office of the Ux
commission is in the Oregon
building. Receipts from tlese tax
es in 1932 were estimated by
members of the state tax commis
sion at more than $3,000,000.
Iva B. Bushey. Salem. (Automo
bile collision) 55. IT
Mrs. Olga G. Hoffard, Salem. (Car
W. W. P. Wiebe, Salem. (Struck
by car)
James S. Taylor. Salem. (Auto
plunged Into ditch) 7.14
E. N. Peetz, Salem. (Automobile
collision) 21. 43
Mrs. Grace Chenoweth. Los Ange
les. (Automobile collision) 25.71
G. F. Stnrges. Brooks. (Automo
bile collision) 51.43
John Bates, Salem. (Car collision) 24.21
Dovie Bates, Salem. (Car collision) 35. Tl
J. T. Holtz, Salem. (Car collision) 19.64
Mrs. M. E. Wooster, Molalla. (Car
collision) 1000
Mrs. A. L. Brown. Salem. (Struck
by motorcycle) 22.36
Wm. Pickell. Shaw. (Car collision) 8.S7
Lloyd T. Van Nuys, Turner. (Car
collision) 18.57
Reda Godsey, Salem; (Car struck
pole) 1000
Bemis Godsey. Salem. (Car col
lision) 40.00
Henry S. Peck. Salem. (Thrown
from automobile) 114.28
Wayne Ransom, Aumsville. (Auto
mobile wreck) 49.64
A. P. Layton. Salem. (Car Blunged
Into ditch) 28.S7
Leroy T. Foreman. (Car collision) 12.SC
Mrs. Lucy M. Boyd. Rt. 8. Salem.
(Car overturned) 64.28
Rev. S. Darlow Johnson, Salem.
(Car plunged from highway)... 96.78
Mrs. Lillle J. Crawford, Rt., 4,
Salem. (Car collision) 66.96
Dorris Giffin. Rt. 7. Salem. (Car
collision) 35.71
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Must Be Paid In Advance!'
January 24 In this city.