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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1932)
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As the result ot an accident In
which cart driven by Donald
Doorfler and Dorathe Pickens col
lided at High and Ferry streets,
i which time Serena M. Anderson
wu Injured, she la filing an ac
tion for damages totalteg J12.
58.65, against F. A. Doerfler.
Donald Doerfler, Dorathe Pickens
and. L. C. Jackson.
She states that as a result of
the accident she was thrown to
the paTement by the car driven
hr Dorathe Pickens, and the front
wheel ran over her. She claims
that she received a spine injury
which will permanently disable
her. besides sundry cuts, bruises
anl torn ligaments.
Frank Doerfler is made a de
fendant since his son, Donald is a
minor, and I C. Jackson is named
defendant as It Is allied that the
car driven by Dorathe Pic ens
wM owned by him. January V ot
this year is said to have been the
time of the accident.
Fliers Bail Out
And Cheat Death
RIVERSIDE, Cal.. Feb. 23
(AP) Lieutenants Richard Y, .
French and Phineas K. Morrill,
!!y!ng In the 73rd pursuit squad
ron of the United States army air
corps, escaped death today when
they leaped in parachutes after
their planes locked wings.
Love above U
decks, in- nU
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A ROLE SO HUMAN SO
GLORIOUS IT WILL LIVE
IN YOUR MEMORY FOREVER
You Will Laugh, While You Brush Away a Tear
' Br OLIVE M. DOAK
Trtdav F.dmund Low and
Lois Moran In "Transatlan-
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Friday Jack Holt and
Tom Moore In "The Last
WARNER BROS. CAPITOL
Today-Linda Watkins and
John Boles in "Good Sport. '
WARNER BROS. ELSINORE
Today Tall u la h Bank-
head in "The Cheat." "
Friday Charlotte Green-
wood and Bert Lahr In "Fly-
Today CHve Brook In "IK
Friday Leila Hyams and
William Haines in "Get-Rich-
Ruth St. Denis, recognized as a
nf dance, and a pre
miere danseuse internationally fa-
mous, siagea m -
dances which lend an exouc i
mosphere to one of the scenes in
This Paramount edition of a fa-
. client hit. in wnicn a oeauw
flirts with disgrace.
will be the Warner Bros. Elslnore
attraction beginning toaay.
Most of the girls used in the
inrA ensemble have been
trained by Miss St. Denis since
they were eight years of age. More
thrftA wpeks were required
by the ballerina to perfect the au-
nUwveraiJts wnicn go mv
Mil. tttolfd terPBlCUorPHn ci.uv-
!t is seldom alCerapted by any ei
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. . ctronnn Tav Tfassett. WH
ltam Ingorsoll and Hanakl YosM-
wara have supporting roies.
A modern fashion show and a
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bined are said to make "Good
Sport." the Fox production, open
ing today at Warner s capuoi. an
Interestine sestful piece of film
With the picture's entire action
laid in smart New York social
circles and with a cast comprised
largely ot women, Ouy S. Duty.
Fox Films fashion designer, was
o-iJor, rartn hlanche and as a re
sult, the feminine characters ap
pear in the various Ecenes, arrayed
i Km-nriAr;n? varietv oi neKii-
gees, sport ensembles, evening
gowns, afternoon frocks and
Linda Watkins. who scored so
notably in "Sob Sister." has the
title role opposite John Boles and
a brilliant supporting casi in
cludes Grota Nissen. iuna uom
bell. Hedda Hopper and Allan
Dinehart. Kenneth MacKenna di
rected the production.
PiPTS Fab. 23 (AP) The
otiamher nf deDUties gave the
newly formed government of Pre-
mler Andrew Tardien a vote of
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laflft flAld snnpsred before the
board, offering her land for aale
for school purposes. The board
took no action, upon which she
BUWIVU BU7 VU' WUy,
price was low enough, a small
piece of the playground land. She
indicated she wistied either to sell
or buy to keep boys from running
on her place during tne play
ground season. It was pointed out
the playground Is a city project,
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his seeming lack of hate for anyj
Th nrorram closed with KrouD
fllnrlnc of "The Star Spangled
Banner" accompanied by the
high school hand.
Because of illness Commander
Irl S. McSherrr was unable to
preside and O. D. Adams, chair
man of the program committee,
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Feb. 23
JAPi An attack on the auallfi
cations of -a Juror, supplemented
olfk itlrlam nf thtk R tat ft fl.Tl(i thft
hcoiR'ftfocke for the raornent to
day Arizona's attempt to dispose
of the case of Winnie uutn juaa,
condemned to death for the slay
ing of Agnes Anne Leroi.
Pronouncement of the death
sentence, set for today, was put
over until tomorrow at the re
quest of County Attorney Lloyd
J. Andrews, who said he needed
time to make an answer to the
claims of defense council, by
which Mrs. Judd hope3 to gain a
The defense charged In afflda-
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OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning. February 24, 1932
Tits that Dan Klelnman, f .Mesa,
Aria., on ot uu ii men jsrors
who Toted to hang Mrs. Judd, came
Into the ease biased and prejudlo-
IT CUES IE
Thu Aloh Phi Alnha aororltr
and the Kappa. Gamma Rho fra
ternity were winners ot men's ana
wnmpn'a seholarshln tronhles
awarded Tuesday for the house
averages made last semester.
The sororities averaged slight
ly higher than the fraternities.
The Alpha Phi Alpha, winners of
the women's nrize. had a nouse
average of 88.S1. Beta Chi ave
raged 87.S6, Delta Phi 87.71 and
Daletb Teth Glmel 86.62.
. Kanni Oimmi Rho fATA1 a
hniiKA Mertri of ST.1S ta win th
men's scholarship cup again. Sig
ma Tan averagea so. 49 ana ai
nha Pat Delta 84.78.' havinr how
r ilmAtt twlr thm ntimhr of
students whose grades were ave
raged as tne winners, uaieth Tetn
Gimes, low in the women's con
test, also had a larger number of
grades to be averaged than the
other women i entrants.
Group For State
THE DALLES. Ore.. Feb. 23.
(AP) Pacific coast cherry grow
ers win meet in Portland late in
March or early In April to form
a permanent organization, it was
decided at a meeting of the grow
ers here last night.
Tftmnorflrv nrtran lift f Inn wan ef
fected here. Egbert A. Smith ot
Napa, Cal., was named chairman;
W. W. Starkey, The Dalles, vice
president, and W. S. Nelson, The
Boats to China
LISBON, Portugal, Feb. 28
(AP) The light cruiser Gileanes
was under orders today to proceed
from Macao to Shanghai to evacu
ate women and children from the
Portuguese colony there In case of
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HISTORY IS TOLD
Oat of 800 manufacturer of
autos la the last 81 yean, only
84 are active In business today
and two of these produce 10 per
cent of the cars, Douglas McKay
told fellow Klwanlans Tuesday.
McKay laid the blame for the fall
ure ot many manufacturers on the
fact -they produced cars they lik
ed themselves rather than cart
which suited the public.
Illustrating tne growth of auto
use In the United States, McKay
cited Durant'a experience who was
dubbed an Idiot by bankers when
he said the nation would eventu
ally iir EDO. 000 autoa annnallT.
In boom times In 1929 the
country bought. 4,000,000 new
cars while In 19 31, It bought more
than 2,000,000 McKay said.
McKay said he had staunch
faith In the recovery and develop
ment oi me auto mausiry.
WASHINGTON. Pah tl f API
Fusing of Glacier national
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Based on the Novel by Louis Bromfleld
Also Educational Comedy, News &
Burton Holmes Traralogue
and on the Stage we present
in Person at 9 o'Clock
park. Montana, and Watertom
Lakes national park. Cauda, InU
the 'Wat-rton-aiael-r Interna
tional Peace park was reported
ravoraoiy xoaay oy ue no.se pms
1U lands oommlttee.
Farce Loses Out
LOS ANGELES. Feb. 23
(AP) Fifty-two members or the
east and two producers of "Lys
latrata." fare from the ancient
Greek of Aristophanes, were ac-
Look Who's Comin'
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aaltted tonight et charge ef pre
sentlaf an Indecent performance.
The Jtiy of en man and eler
ea women, required twe hoars t
vindicate the morality ef a play
which described how Athenian
woman ended the nuisance ot war
by declartag a novo strike."
Aid For Closed
WASHINGTON. Teh. 22 fAP
The administration today tup
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MRobinson Crusoe, Jr.M
"Guess Fm like most Americans who travel
a lot I take many of my hobbies with me. Chest
erfields, for instance. I've smoked 'em for years.
They're not only made good, but they're
made to keep good, and that's why they hold
old customers like me.
Take the tobaccos. That fragrant Turkish to
bacco your taste gets that, all right. And the
whole blend say, there's nothing like it for
milder, better taste.
"But my point is. Chesterfields are just the
same wherever I buy them Argentina, India,
New Zealand. The package is O. K. moisture
tight, clean-looking keeps the aroma in,
"Even the paper comes into it. As far off aa
Shanghai Fto noticed how pure and white and
fresh it is.
Tto never yet found a town where Chester
fields couldn't be had! And no matter where
I've bought 'em, they've always been just
exactly right P
MILDER PURC TASTE BETTEII
plemented lbs effort te help; ttej f
mntlem financial lnsUtutlon
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with a nw more te make tn w7 J
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easier lor vaou v- tw rm- y
enmbed to the pressure ef the ee
John W. Poole, comptroller ef
the currency, announced the es
tablishment ot a central agency
In New Tork City for marketing
bonds held by closed banks. Offi
cials hope In this way to obtain
the best return possible and avoid
an indiscriminate damping ef se
curities with consequent low
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