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J:,-' The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem; .Oregon. StardayJMornIng Jane .1 1,183! -.
Local News Brief;
t WHAT'S IN STORE FOR POPEYE?
' FREEDOM J
Berry tickets; printed at The
Statesman plant. .
Junior Band Going -The Amer
ican Lesion junior band will go to
Nelscott beach today where It will
play tor a dance tonight. On Ban
day. It will participate la a cele
bration at Taft. Director Mc
Laughlin and the following spon
sors will accompany the Boys: Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur W. Gardner, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Foster, Irl S. Mc
Sherry, Mr. and Mrs, IL R. White
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hill,
Salem merchants hare prorlded a
large portion ot the provisions tor
the trip. Meals will be prepared at
the Nelscott eomnfunity. kitchen.
As transportation has not been
obtained for all the boys, Mr. Hill
requests that persons going to the
beach today who hare room for
one or more passengers telephone
Mm at Hit. The party will leave
at 2 o'clock this afternoon from
the Smith A Watklns service sta
tion. Center and Liberty streets.
Berry tickets priced to the times,
at Statesman office, 215 South
"Bag" Badly Damaged A
"bug" automobile driven by Wil
liam Stephens, 180 South 12th
street, was badly damaged yester
day when it ran into the rear ot
a car .operated by Eugene Van
Baren of West Salem on the Mar-
ion-Polk bridge. Van Buren had
slowed up because of a truck and
! ,tcam ahead. Other minor accl
; dents reported were: W. M. John
; son, route 4, and Mrs. Eva Ritchie,
Aurora route 2; IL D. Bradley,
176 Luther street, and a Mr. Kel
ton from Washington, at High-
land and Liberty.
Dance Sat. nlte Hazel Green 25c.
: McNamara playing. Clell Thomas
Taylor Bound Over After
preliminary hearing in justice
court here yesterday morning,
Milton U. (Blondie) Taylor was
bound over to grand jury on
I charge of carrying a concealed
weapon. On a second. charge, un
lawful possession of intoxicating
Honor, ha was fined $150. He
was arrested here June 1 when
the gun and liquor were found in
hla car when it overturned into
a ditch north of town. Taylor
is from Portland. He is at liberty
on $200 bond
Diamonds, watches and jewelry, at
our Price sale. Hartman Bros.-
rtnat Trio Certainty Although
registration is slack, backers ot
the Chemeketan boat trip up the
nninmbla river Sunday, June is.
are certain enough persons will
go to make the Journey possible
Yesterday 14 persons had regis
tered on the Chemeketan book at
i tha Senator hotel. Cost of the
trin hv boat from Portland
to Cascade Locks will be around
$1.50, depending upon the num
ber going. Registration must be
completed by 5 o'clock next
Wedding gifts, nice assortments at
our price sale. Hartman isros.-
. . , i m run
Spl CUnlc. Offered Clin-
ics for children who will enter
h 11 each
Wednesday morning during the
ammw:u:e r..: : 7
county neaun o r.V.
yesterday. jie urges . rt g
lng children of this age io dtius
them to the clinics as soon as
!ki! in order that any detect
possible in oraer i .
fore SChOOl begins.
nrintlng office, 215 South Com-
Teachers End IfsTv1. .tt
seeking ceruncaiw. u
ended their examinations late iFrl-
a .f the eonrtnOUSe unaer mo
.nuinn of Mrs. Cora Reia, as-
rutant eonntV superintendent ot ueiBB "!"' J' Tnr-rai to general chairman and an
iS. TwJnty-tlve teachers took "sident of Forest Grove. Funeral preparations for the
ifimffiSSM Uer three-day mX Si? event. The afternoon and evening
1hi wiaminations for life cer-
wftm alated tor today but
no teachers have as yet appeared
lor the tests.
nu irimt Tinnce. 12th and Lea
UIU " ' ' . s
lie Sat. nue. new
Ron til Mr.
IIU'UI.- - 1JB
W. Hliiman, iiw
with their two :
children, leave mis iuu.u..
-...ii,,.. fnr a trio which win
TaVt Un daVs. Mr 1! , four ll;?wa men', wrist but dLsmsals were not dtacuss
transact business in San Francis- randcWIdrea and aunt. Mrs. Jen- watches $14.85 at Hartman Bros. informal comnlalnt- of tba
co and then the group will go ou
to Los Angeles wnere moy
be entertained by menus.
nt vour berry wc.:i' r
Statesman Job plant.
r: ranted A default
. T rTitel In circuit
juagjueut - . a. L.
COUri Mio J" "-' ." ,
"n, f or 852,46, i.
ludrmeni cans ir '
Minr neoDle have asaeu
continue our Pc ,us"e,r
. . . , 1 T A a Pnm'l.
- , t l..irAffa
sale, snaier s, .
.:,.ii-ReDlrof Grace L.
v'j - r . ; i a r.in it
Beaman, piamuu m -
l"b.eLFa:, w vesre7-
mea n wrcun. v.-
- . -r. J ...irr Rerved with
June 11-13 Commence
ment exercises at Willam
June 14-17-rState grange
Jane 10 Balem Old Tim
ers picnic, Willson park.
June 20 -Mtoson-l atatc
picnic .- ; ' 'i . '
July 4 Independence day
celebration sponsored .by
American Legion, state ftr-
fjSfeSt" 7 Ohio -Buck-eyeM
meketan tmting at Spirit
-Angnst 14 Dakota picnic'
Dance Sat, nlte Hasel Green 25c.
McNamara playing. Clell Thomas
Gardens Open Mrs. Myron Yan
Eaton will open her beautiful rose
garden Sunday all day. The car-
den Is in Salem Heignts on route
4. Ewald avenue. It is better to
call in the morning to get the full
benefit of the beauty of the flow
ers, airs. Van Eaton has an out
standing display of new and un
usual roses as well as the many
more ordinary kinds.
18-in. old tir $2.75 load. 16-ia.
oak $3 per -load. Tracy's. Phone
Spa French 'pastry served with
meals or to take out.
Miaa Feithaw Sought Miss
Minnie Feithaw, thought to be a
Salem .resident at present or re
cently, is sought by Mrs. A. L."
Traylow, 439 Cameron street.
raiSDurgn, according to a pos
tal card received at the Salem
Spa ice cream made the old
fashioned way and- from pure
License Issued One marriage
license was Issued at the county
clerk's office. It went to Earl
Chauncey Messlnger. S3, 458
North Church street, Salem, and
Emma Lee Ladd, 24, Sheridan. He
is a barber; she gave her occupa
tion as housekeeper.
Fur. apt. re'sonable. 1090 Leslie.
Big dance. Haunted Mill tonight.
Good music and floor, 25c.
Grange Meet Saturday Salem
grange No. 17 will meet at 110
a. m. Saturday m the Miller nan
with a pot-luck dinner at noon
Lecture program will be at 1:00
o'clock followed by a reading by
Mrs. W. J. Culver.
Every article in every department
has been reduced for Shipley's
June Surprise Clearance Sale,
which is now in progress.
Woman is Arrested Mrs. J. E.
Wright, route 3, was arrested yes
terday on a charge of reckless
driving, according to police re
ports. She was cited to appear in
municipal court today.
Women who appreciate real bar
gains have attended Shipley's
storewide June Clearance Sale
and expressed their unified ap
proval of the reduction in prices
Save half on genuine all leather
luggage at Shafer'3 t price Bale.
170 S. Commercial St.
New Arrival A girl was born
June 7 to Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Rautenranz, 1570 D street, and
has been named Joyce Marilyn.
The baby weighed eight pounds
and five ounces.
At the residence, 777 North
fl gtreet Frlday June 10f
H yerdieck, aged 55 years.
Survived by widow. Margarete oi
i saiem: eons, uusuit ui oaicm,
A of Marble, Colo.. John
C. of Portland; daughter. Mrs
Anna C. Dormaier of Dryden,
wash.; two grandchildren, Henry
Katherina Dormaier of Dry-
and Katneri verdieck
den; brother, Herman H. veraieca
of GlenW00d Springs, Colo.; sis-
Mrg Katherlne Schmidt of
, 0 M VroAa Mnnra
ot Newberg. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith
u.f4A1 Mm Anna Ham.
merick and Mrs. Christina Smith
nouncements later by Clough-Bar
rick company, phone .9149.
, ,. TQ 1ft
j C1 Q, a
at the grove with h. big picnic din
At, tuo a , - -
days, "osoanu oi
BotU; father of Joseph H.. Mrs.
Zola M. Peterson of Sa em. Mrs.
Anna E. Sproul of Soldier. Kan.,
Rosa Cai., Mrs. uaura aicwm oi
i ttqti Mr W. E. Hazell
Brownlag of Salem. Remains
ia care 0f the Terwiniger uner-
Home, 770 Chemeketa streei.
nhone 6928. Funeral announce-
I ments later.
At the residence of his daugh-
t tr. 1660 Waller street, June 8.
" ,t..,i. a ft
year?" months, d. FaTher Vf
I r ' .
m nianchA Stuart of Salem.
Mra Laura Tandy or west traiem,
Willis McDerby oi saiem. ifri.
I . . TVh(ll
I " -
Mrs. norence nocicv .
i ana xiova uj
Mah . ,reat-rrandfather of 17 and
great-great-grandfather of six. He
i wfts a natiTe M Illinois ana mem-
,1 Kor nt Sedsrewlck Dost. O. A. R
vriends are invited to the funeral
. h,.h will be held Satur-
, tm th
aay, jubb ii. v
Terwllllger funeral home, 770
Chemeketa street. The remains,
accompanied by his daughter, will
be forwarded to Crawiora, neo.
A PARR CEaiETERl WTTH-
tv Im snaatM ma Us Hjart
rrrv VIKW CEMETERY
KMabtlshed 1S9S TeL 8852
Perpetual car provided for
street June 10 Samuel J Botts, nected b membership or other
aged 67 years, 4 months and 16 w,ge wltfc th two ,.Y,g
81 Bachelors of Arts, ten
LLBn one Master, two
Eighty-one young men and
women, the latter outnumbering
the men, will receive bachelor of
arts degrees from Willamette uni
versity Monday at the 88th annual
Commencement exercises. Ten stu
dents are to be graduated from
the law school, each receiving the
bachelor of laws degree. Cecil D.
Dalney ot Chemawa is to receive a
master's degree tor advanced
work in sociology while Edith
Findley and Lois Fellows, both ot
Salem, will receive diplomas from
the music school.
The list of graduates from the
liberal arts school and the law
school and the cities from which
they come, follow:
To receive A. B. degreei
Nellie Aekermaa, Portland
Plojd Albin, galas
James Allison, Caldwell
Erick Anderson, Bepublie, Walk.
Miriam Hester Armitafe, Portland
William Beall. Salem
Lillian Beecher, Knterprine
Carl Elackler, Newport, Watk.
Helen Breithanpt, Salem
Benna Brown, Manaon, Wash.
Elaine Brown, Salem T
William Barxoyne, Turner
Charles Campbell, Dallas
Percy Carpenter, Camas, Walk.
Li la Cation, Salem
Estel Chaney, Marah field
Roderick Chans, Kiukianff, China
Isabel Childs, Salem
Yonnf Chiu Muckdea
Doris Clarke, Saiem
Carl Cording, Salem
Viola Croser, Salem
Stearns Cnrtiing, Jr., Oregon Oitr
Sarak Dark, Salem
Jess DeeU, Salem
Dorothy Eattridge, Salem
Margaret Eddy, Independence
Beneitta Edwards, Salem
Donald Faber, Central Point
Edith Findley, Salem
Cheater Finkbeiner, ConnelL Walk,
Alfred French, Salem
Elsie Gehrke, Ridgefield, Walk.
Loin German, Portland
Lnorenca Gibson, Salem
Charles Gill, Boise
Esther Girod, Salem
Lloyd Girod. Salem
Bealah Graham, Salem
French Hagemann, Salem
William Hall, La Grande
Helen Hanke, Portland
Margery Hannah, Orofino
Paye Henderson, Salem
Ronald HAbert, Salem
Helen Kutch, Albany
Mildred Leighton, Salem
Margaret Marsh, Dallas
George Meldrum, Sslem
Clsire Miller, Dallas
Lueile Millhollin, Newberf
Elian Moody, Taeoma, Wash.
Marjorie Moser, Tenino, Wash.
Catherine Mulvey, Salem
Helen Key, Salem
Gertrude Oehler, Salem
Elizabeth Ogden, Portland
Bernice Orwig, Salem
Clarence Poor, Portland
Wesley Roeder, Oak Grove
Irma Sawyer. New York
Richard Sherwin, Salem
Minnie Shrode, Salem
Birdie Smith, Salem
Jeannette Smith, Spokane
Perry Spellbrink, Maeleay
Helen Stiles. Portland
Pesrl Swanson, Salem
Marine Ulrich, Salem
Ruth Warner, Monmouth
Walter Warner, Irrigon
Robert Warren Garibaldi
Dorothy Welsh, Gervaic
htta Westeohouse, Salem
Eloise White, Salem
Muriel White, Salem
Irene Widener, Portland
Esther Winters, Madras
Wsyne Wright, Stayton
Mark Wald, Albany
Lorette Matthis, Salem.
to receive Li B. degrees;
Paul Aekerman, Monroe, Wash.
Eagene Ferguson, Salem
James HarUnd, Salem
Joseph Lane, Salem
Bernard Newby. Wsshougal. Wa.k.
Row. Weber. Jr.. SntkerUa
w,,Up Vinson. N.wbert
Dwiffht Lear, saiem
wili.rd Ruch. s.iem.
JOffif Y PlQniC
I J mMm w v
Slated J line 15
Ail aboard for the Y. M. C. A
and T. W. C. A. picnic for June
15 at Hager's grove. Carle Abrams
wlu be given OTer to the progTam
ner in the evening. There will be
I w a . .1 V mnjm l o n r. .iiA.Ta All mam.
Tited The onjy charse to tne -
ulflr entrance f to th gronnd-.
Tn08e coming wm brlng theIr
bagketa but coffee m bft fur.
'A price saie.
Final Decree la Final decree
in probate court in the case of Ot-
tilia Komo. deceased, was filed in
probate court Friday. Fisher has
j Wedding gifts, nice assortments
at our nrice sale..
, Plead, Guilty - Leslie Darkins
I niaadaii mi in ih.mm
I terday to operating a motor re-
w wnu mauea ucenae piaies,
1 n rtimi. VIA a
a, mcu f iv ua
Permanent FREE with it
far. Bring friend. Beauty Maid
,9k 1 r. mm. ...
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Dr. Chan Lam
Tuesday and Satur
day 8 to 5 p. m.
Roama 1 and
148 N. Commercial
Call CttlO, Used Fnmltnre
. - t Department h .
151 North High-
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LrtA HORRIBLE' HORRlBU
"Mystery Amidships" 1 That's another ot the perils that POPEYE
has to face in the quest for the treasure hoard of the Shaken. City in
The Eighth 8ea. What is it that Olive Oyl Is yawliag about T It
most be awful to npset this gallant gal! For details, follow the latest,
funnlst and most -thrilling story ever told by K. C Segar, beginning
tomorrow in THIMBLE THEATRE,
gon Statesman's exciting comic
mHE shirt-sleeve fashion reach-1
S ed the capitol yesterday, and
why not with the temperature
hovering above 90 degrees! The
fashion of course refers to men,
lsck of information does not per
mit discussion of how the fem
inine sex paralleled the style in
this weather, other than perhaps
the wearing of furs.
Tom Iiandley, former state
corporation commissi oner,
dropped into the pres room
yesterday before he appeared
to argue a case before the su
preme court. Iiandley is pop
ular in Portland and elsewhere,
bat in Portland they thought
so much of him they didn't
want him to be gone 40 days
during the legislature, so voted
to keep him home.
Handle?, among other things.
ii the managing director of
"Grandma's Kitchen" in Portland
and was here providing newspa
permen with reservations to stay
t h Ar a a Mnv . waaV TTa atif
the kitchen now Is feeding about
600 men dally, and that the work
has never let up since winter.
The Portland attorney ran
seventh in the republican race
for state senate ont of a large
field for five positions. He de
clared there werehaite a num
ber of upsets in the election.
Andrews, former member of
the house, waa scheduled to
lead the field for state senate
hut came out eighth in the
T.nitn nva at. fcffjM.i. .
having a great time In Portland
ithr rirnfn- .itun.i.rl
their resignations, having rumors
about other resignations or hav
ing organizations demand for still
more firing. The governor has
probably spent a busier two days
there than he has in Salem for
On top of the state highway
commission affair, dariir
which Chairman Leslie Scott
resigned and withdrew his res
ignation, came the reports that
the Multnomah Anglers' asso
ciation were going to demand
of the governor that he fire
M. p. Corrlizan of the state
game commission and ' three
Conversation with the gover
nor over the phone last night
however killed that phase. He
said be met with the sportsmen
ed. Informal complaints of the
state game commission were I
m& hi, but he said these
were la tne Iorm of constructive
I criticisms and would be Investl-
and your" ice
Klngsley's pure Ice Is delivered
regularly by experienced driv
ers'; . . jnen who can give yon
valuable hints about the care
of your Ice box and secrets ot
making ice last-; as long 'as
; Ice Delivery
STARRING POPETE, The Ore
Occurrences and Gossip
at the center of Oregon's
Hal E. Hoss, secretary of
state, addressed the graduating
claes at the state training
school for girls yesterday, the
high light of which he said was
the applause he received when
he aat down. Leave it to Hal
to get a reaction oat of his au
dience some way. Eight girls
graduated from the eighth
grade at the school.
Max Gehlhar yesterday turned
down an opportunity to go to a
meeting in McMinnville at which
it was going to be proved how a
section ot land alone would sup
port 3,000 people. He said he
was iore interested in learning
how one family could make a
living on one section of land, let
alono ahout 600 families.
. A cJdVf Jb!oa.8.t ftation has
fOTlsed Mi"?r i "d h"
been in operation Thursday and
Friday and will close with the
broadcast today between 3:39
and 4 o'clock this .afternoon
The "station" has been erect
ed in one of the large corner show
windows ot the store. Loud
speakers bring to the sidewalk
audience all the program being
broadcast by the people they can
sea through the window. Remote
control makes this result possible.
Local talent drawn from the
Mickey Mouse club is presenting
musical numbers, both vocal and
"trumeatal this afternoon. Zol-
( v oicnoit is announcer ror tne
I r-i . e
Nears 300 Mark
Registrations for the public
summer school, first to sixth
grades, continue to come in. Miss
Carlotta Crowley, supervisor, re
ported yesterday. The total will
be around 300 by Monday morn
ing, when the sessions at Park
and Grant schools will begin.
Children desiring to attend the
summer school may enroll at eith
er school at 8:30 o'clock Mondsy
morning, if they wish. No tuition
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE
Hundreds of Women have taken ad
vantage of the Many Bargains More
are being added daily Every Item
in Every Department is Reduced .
Trend Toward Total Safety
Marked; Better Service
Given Passengers L.
commercial avutloa is grow
ing despite bad times becaase
bnslness men, trained la trans
portation work, are now gaining
control of the business. Frank at.
Erickson, Jr., in charge of opera
tions ot the Century Pacific com
pany; expressed this view yester
day in dlscussinc the ehanres and
development which are under
way in the progress aviation . Is
making as a transportation bust
aesa. Erickson is spending a
fortnight ' at . the home ot his
parents. Dean and Mrs. Frank M.
Erickson. Before his commercial
work began, Erickson waa in the
aviation service ot the United
The commercialisation of avia
tion has seen its control pass
from expert pilots who knew
much, of the mechanics ot flying
and of airplanes and little ot
meeting and serving the pablie,
Erickson pointed out. As a re
sult service nowadays haa been
roatinized, the passenger is well
taken care of from the time ha
buys his ticket until he lands on
the well-eauipped field which
marks his destination.
Ground Control is
Aid to Safety
The trend now Is to make
aviation more and more safe by
ground control," said Erickson.
By this we mean the constant
checking of weather conditions.
reporting of these conditions to
the flyer and the virtual elimin
ation ot all flights during ques
tionable weather. By means of
radio beacons which can be util
ised by the pilot to keep on his
course and by accurate, depen
dable altitude meters the pilot
can keep his direction and ele
vation correct at all times."
Alrnlane motors have reached
a stage of almost complete me
chanical dependability. Erickson
stated. On a line with which he
vi connected, six million air
miles were navigated by motors
used in the planes without their
stopping at any time when the
plane was in flight.
Amelia Putnam and
Erickson characterized: Amelia
Ear hart Putnam as a "true-blue
flyer," one who really knows her
business and Is not in the game
to get a movie contract. He said
some of the women Ilyera nau
barely , been able to get their
plane off the ground and uown
after a flight, but had used the
publicity resulting from their
flights to win them husbands or
For Colonel Charles Lindbergh.
Erickson had nothing but praise.
He's a prince ot fellows among
the flyers," Erickson said, "rie
is talkative, friendly and thor
oughly interested in his profes
sion. I have seen him 'freeze up'
under the glare ot public atten
tion and become a different
Oi Fire Damage
Accurate estimate ot the loss
resultlnr from the tire at the
Thomas Kay woolen mill early
yesterdsy morning could not be
determined until it was iearnea
whether or not dismantling of the
damaged carbonizing machine
would be necessary,1 it was an
nounced yesterday. Mill operations
will not be greatly retarded, it is
expected the equipment will be in
full working order by uonuay.
Being: Sold at Wholesale
and Less Prices
Come in and see how much
you can save on your gro
ceries. FIXTURES FOR SALE
J '4 L
Fairly bursting with the joy of liv
ing, Pauline Starke, noted screen
star, is pictured as she gave citizens
of Chicago a treat as she strolled
in the Windy City arrayed in her
new "trousesh for women. Miss
Starke explained that she. hated
dresses, so she adopted the new out
fit. Pretty nifty?
Construction of two miles ot
secondary road in Marion county
began yesterday when John Cries-
enauer was sent by the county
court to the North Silver Creek
falls section to make ready for a
crew which begins work next
week. The strip to be finished
this summer is two miles in
length and will cost about S33,-
000. It is the first secondary
highway work to be approved by
the state for Marion county this
When this Job is completed a
small section of the Silver Falls
loop will remain incompleted be
cause of troubles which arose
this Bpring in securing the right-of-way.
Three other road crews are now
at work in the county, from 25
to SS men working in each group.
Bing McElwain is in charge of
work on the Victor Point county
road. Lester VanCleave is in
charge of the Butteville construc
tion and Lee Wells is working
with a crew in the Ankeny Bot
tom district. Two dollars for
eight hours is 'pa id for laborers
and 4 for a man with team.
Denied by Pair
In Local Court
Alex Derhausehoff and Carl
Barbarnoff. middle aged men.
were haled into Justice court here
yesterday, charged with doing an
act manifestly to cause minor
children to become delinquent.
Complaint against the men waa
made by fathers of three young
girls, ages five, six and eight.
The men pleaded not guilty be
fore Justice of the Peace Miller
Hayden, and will be given pre
liminary hearing Monday at 2
p.m. They are in the county jail.
with bail set at 81000 each.
New Low Price
Men Half - AA Full Soleg and Heela
sou. 3i.uu $2.ooto$2.50
1 Patches OKn
Rubber Heels both mens Ai aO
womens aWiJ V
Mens Leather fTA 1 flc
Heels OUC onlj AVV
We Use only the finest material and offer you expert
workmanship. Do not be mislead this is equal to any
work in the City at Any Price
Establishment of a restricted
downtown parking district for
tourists waa approved by the Li
ons club Thursday noon and Mer
rill D. Ohllng'was named, chair
man of a committee to investigate
possible locations. Ohllng select
ed Dr. W. B. Mott and R. W.
Klles to assist him. One or all
sides of the court house square
were considered for the parking
Nominees for club offices,
which will be filled at an election
on June 23, are:
R- W, Klles and W. R. New
myer, president; O. D. "Frosty
Olson and K. O. Brandon, first
vice-president: Dr. George K.
Lewis and Monroe S. Cheek, aee
ond vice-president; Bajrkley A.
Newman aad K. B. "Gene" Grab
enhorst. third rice-president; aad
for the board ot directors, four
to be elected, the two receiving
most votes then serving the two
year terms Dr. Mott, Ronald E
Jones. A. W. Gardner. J. R. Hum
phreys, C. A. Vibbert, Pat John
son, Harry W. Scott and Ohilag.
Three bidders will be eligible
for city sidewalk contracts to be
awarded at Monday night's coun
cil meeting. Of 54 projects. Da
vid Kork of Salem was low on
29, Unloa Engineering company
on 17 and F. L. Odom on seven,
according to City Engineer Ro
gers. Odom and Kork tied on two,
will draw tor the awards.
Bids submitted by L. C. Deni
son and A. Bombeck were too
high. A.. Hunt failed to qualify
as a bidder whea he did not pre
sent certified checks with his of
fers. The contracts stipulate that no
debris from the construction shall
be placed on the parking or ad
joining property without consent
of the owner.
The low bids ran from 8 to 16
cents a square foot.
Jack Quinn, former Salem man
but now of Portland, was arrest
ed here yesterday upon com
plaint of Cleda Qulnn. who lives
at 755 Ferry street. He is charg
ed with carrying a concealed
weapon, 'and is in the coonty
Jail in lieu ot raising 81060
Qulnn asked 24 hours la which
to enter plea, and is attempting
to raise ball. ' '
He told officers here he had
not lived with Cleda Qulnn for
the past three aad a half years,
and also declared that his pres
ent trouble was due to a man
who has been in Jafi here on
in our garden. Over 60 va
rieties. See them this week
end. Open garden to alL
Jay Morris. Florist
Liberty Road A Ewald Ave.
BIDS ON SIDEWALK
JDBS ARE SCUED