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-fne OREGON STATESMAN,' Salcm'togftrtrear Morning, July 12, 1932
Local News Briefs I HUOT BROTHERS TO
Face Check Chareea Annal Thomas to Seattle -4 Charles
Baldwin and Bernice Drake, r-M, Thoxnasrpuhlls utilities com
.S!? !". StSS UllonT. left here Sunday night
tor Seattle, where ha will alt wi'h
the Interstate eommarca commis
sion at a supplementary hearing
ot the so-called grain rata ease. So
waa accompanied by Fi Harvey,
rata azpart for the state commie-
over to the . ponce matron on
the law which makes giving
checka without , sufficient funds
vagrancy. ; ware brought Into
Justice court yesterday afternoon.
They pleaded not entity to the
charge, and will be np In Justice
court again July is at 10 a, m.
Unusually Large Pack Made
Of Cherries, all Sold
Prior to Season
1 M t a . .
t.k .jmitM Tn.ti tend the hearing by the National I... v t. t . ,..,
Peace Miller Hayden that eke "n o bI18 Sk Com- aboat her4 8latftd t or Wednes-
bad another cheat out. xney are flay of this week, and all logans
out on their own recognizance. I . mnt1.. AA I to be out of the way by the end
n.?" Ja"T fSBtl !.iaI Call 114S South II or address box tn work fa resumed on peara
a ar two . - gutetmML , the first of August, C B. Spencer.
I iocs manager, aia yesieraaj.
This ennnert finished barrel-
meeting of Klwanls International Ing of aa unusually large Quanti-
waa a great convention ana waaity or Koyai Annas ana some
thoroughly enjoyed byl Dean (Black Republicans, all of which
McAdama Return Mr. and Mrs.
I. L. McAdama hare Just returned
from a 15-day trip whlek they en
joyed with their eon. Sergeant
Lewis McAdams. at Puget Sound
2Z George H. Alden. 8alem delegate, were sold before opening of the
wmm? wind m the ndTwhere be reports In a letter written re- season, to the Cause Manufactur
wi MeAdam. took ad?IntaTe of etly to Wlllard Wlrts. secretary tag company, some days ago. and
M' CAA.J:001 llt.JTA1 of the dub. Dean Alden and Mrs. la now winding up a black cherry
am. 1, .UUonedTt Br consId"
saw for the first time their grand
son, Robert, ion of Sergeant and
Dance tonite 25c Spong'a landing
Would Stop Service The Pa-
.v. , , I the east. Ther will not be home laDle sue.
I only a small amount of logan-
District Must Pay Expnses 1 berries, these coming in on term
ot a special election called In TU-1 contracts. Logans hare been cold
lamook county for the purpose of I packed, some ot those handled
organising a peoples' utility ale-1 here being sent on to the Puy-
trict. shall be paid by the proper-1 allup plant for conrertlnr into
clflc Northwest Public Serrlce ty -embraced within such district Jams.
company has filed with the pub-1 and not by the state. Attorney I Spencer said rery few worms
lie utilities commissioner here I General Van Winkle held in an I hare ben found in the black
application for permission to opinion handed down Monday. The cherries delivered to the plant
abandon all operations on II opinion waa requested by Charles this season, and he also expressed
miles of electric line between B. Stricklln, secretary ot the state commendation for the Inspection
noting ana uazaaero, ana pas-1 bydroelectrio commission.: I worn carnea on uu year.
senger service on 6 miles be-1 i I No indication as to the slxe
tween Gresham and Boring. The Black cherries wanted for cash, of the pear pack, which will be
dates for hearing the application I Pnone 50 oo. oiaude UcKenney. handled, was given by Spencer.
probably will be set later in thel J . although he did say that the
week, officials said. . "ere From Taca The Missies I plant wI11 probabiT put as many
o f.T"; lu "u"lu"T women to work on this Job as
Smlthof Tacoma are visiting this m the past TnU 1 wlu
w 7 " follow the pear pack with prunes
o T.v . Ji . .1 beginning about September 1.
ouiiui, nag im uuw uu lav suui ui
the Tacoma public library, was
formerly on the staff of the local
Statesman subscribers have been
paid $3378.03 In claims on their
$1 Accident Insurance Policies.
Reports Accident One accident
report was filed with the city po
lice yesterday, occurring during
the day at the intersection of the
100 block on Liberty street, ac
cording to the report ot Harold D.
Massey, 254 North Copltol. Mas
sey says he was backing out from
a parking place and hit a taxi
driven by C. IS. Williams of the
Terminal Taxi service.
Dr. Utter, dentist, has returned
to his offices after attending the
Pacifie Coast dental conference
Of Law Delayed
No rulings on newly passed
internal revenue acts are to be
given out locally, Thomas 1$.
Williams, revenue agent, said
yesterday. The official regula
tlons on the new legislation are
Regis tratioa Goes On Regist
ration for the November general
election is going on steadily at
Dance tonite 25c Spong's landing the county clerk's offices, the
May Abandon Station-Hear- TShST thV ll tate eomlJrd
ing ot the application of the Ore- S-StraSon wil contiS?. untS ?-tt!!fS d.apr!nt n.M f
ron-Washinrton RaUroad A Nav- a v- suea mpuch msirncuons 10 lis
" m t iww Amjm wlw&v viuv ktvu
igaiion company xor permission
to abandon its station agency at
agents throughout the nation to
Oklahomans to Meet The an-1 make no commitments regarding
nnal rennlon of Ax-nreaidenta of in mierpreiations on the new
Oklahoma will be held at the Sil- law"- when the taxes of the post
I war days were first Invoked
day. Herbert Hauser, secretary day. William A. Delsell of Salem I much litigation ensued over the
of the public utilities commission is president of the Oklahoma as- i " "i or maaing
Fairview during the .period
March 1 to August 21 of each
year, will be held at Fairview to-
will conduct the hearing.
Ucense Issued One marriage
license was Issued at the county
clerk'a office yesterday. It went
to Earl R. Winters. 21. Lyons.
laborer, and Leone Hubbell, 18,
830 Electric street, Salem, house-!
keeper. The ceremony was to be
performed by Justice of the Peace
Here is a good buy in a used
coach. One of those models al
ways in demand and very seldom
offered for sale. 1928 Chevrolet
coach In good condition with
fully equipped trailer for camp
ing. See it today at Marion Gar
age. 235 S. Commercial.
Grangers at Champoeg The
thousand grange members from
all parts of the valley gathered
at Chompoeg on Sunday for the
annual grange day held there.
Speakers included Ray Gill, state
master. Max Gehlhar, head of the
atate agricultural department, and
O. M. Plummer ot Portland.
Special communication, Sa
- V lorn Lodge No. 4, A. F. &
A. M.. 2:30 today. Funer-
rx al of Bro. W. H. Troy.
By order of W. M.
No License Fishing without
a- license cost Joe Encheta and
Dany Muner $25 each and costs,
when pleaded guilty before Just
Ice of the Peace Miller Hayden
yesterday. They were arrested by
elate police. Unable to pay the
fines, both are In the county
Visits in Vancouver W. B.
Feldman has returned from a
week's vacation trip to Vancouv
er. B. C.
i s ociation.
Vacation time is travel time. The
Oregon Statesman offers to sub
scribers a Travel Accident Insur-
MM PnHrv for nnlv tin rta.r.
Spiritualist Meet F. Gordon
Fleming, Spiritualist missionary.
will hold a meet at the residence
ot George Stoddard. 1420 North
Fourth street, Wednesday night
at 8 e clock.
Permit Issued! One permit was
issued yesterday by the building
Inspector, to F. C. DeLong. who
will alter a garage at 1206 Chem
eketa street at an estimated cost
While on your vacation have The
Oregon Statesman mailed to you,
Civil Trial Civil action brought
by E. C. Krueger against the Roth
Grocery company will go to trial
in Justice court at 1:30 o clock
this afternoon before a Jury.
Taffic Arrest W. Scott Park,
I arrested for passing without prop
er clearance, stood trial In justice
court yesterday morning and was
found not guilty.
Bliss Baird Away Miss' Helen
Baird, children's librarian at the
local public library, is vacationing
throughout the moth of July.
reports, especially on the excise
Jalf 17 Oklahoma ptealc
at Silverton park. "
A arose 7 Ohio rikick
eye" picnic State ' fair
grounds. Angmst 7-21 Annual Che
meketaa outing at Spirit
Lake. , if
August 14 Dakota picnic
During the fiscal year, II
school districts - bare received
federal- aid as reimbursement
tor the teaching ot vocational ag
ricultural education. Two - new
departments. Albany and Merrill.
were launched during the past
year. The Pendleton school will
i bo added to the list during the
Hero's nnft Institution not comint year, while Medford
W w weow reea wa w i at tk
.... a m i wia mscvnuaav Mm wort.
Hit oy Depression, is
Report of Cooley
Governor Meier refused to In
timate Monday whether he wonld
extend the 15-day moratorium ia
connection with the purchase ot
motor vehicle license plates tor
the current year. The moratorium
expires July 15.
Letters continued to arrive at
the executive department Monday
urging that some relief be given
to the motorist. In many cases the
writers said enforcement ot the
licens law after July 15 would de
prive them of their transportation
and Jobs. It was suggested in
many letters that the moratorium
be extended, for a period ot 30
Police said that a survey show
ed that not more than 50 per cent
of state officials and employes
nave obtained their plates.
Though the depression has
beea felt In all sections ot Ore
gon, vocational education has
forged ahead during the past
year. Earl R. Cooley, state su
pervisor ot agrlcultual education
declared in a report Issued Mon
The report showed that
enrollment In vocational agrieul
ture has Increased from 1259 to
Addresses by prominent edu
cators, discuss loa of repot ta and
a banquet featured s the opening
day's program of the annual con
vention ot the Oregon county
superintendents association hero
Monday. Greetings were extended
by c A. Howard, state super
intendent of schools
committee report on "school
lerlalatloa and rlnsae. waa nra-
Contracts were mailed yester-1 Mn tad hr Rev K.! Cannes of
aay 10 saieovs graue ana mgn Portland, followed bv aoootnt-
scnooi teacnera ror xisz-issx. me i nut. k n.rnif. r. ii-v
supenntenaent's o trice witnnoia-1 president of the association.
ing 12 contracts for teachers I The functions of a "testing pro-
TO TEACHER STAFF
whosa tennra ta nneartafa Ana tAimn A(uwiuiii n, v. 18
1419, while the number of farm- j the litigation over the high school I Forbes, of Oregon State Normal
ers attending night schools has tuition law. If the law is upheld school. T. Frank Brumbaugh pro
increased from 924 to 951. The! by the state supreme court these I seated a committee report on
part-time wore tor noys not en-i teachers will be awarded con-1 -snoervisorv tests and testlnr
rouea in nign scnooi oeiween I tracts. I mthfw1 "Vtilnnn stinarTlsorT
ah department beads nave been
considerably reduced in pay.
Teachers entitled to the pay In
crease Increment of $45 a year
will not be granted it while an ad-
program In lieu of the A eighth "
grade examinations' was discuss
ed by Kenneth WalL
Fred Peterson was toaatmaater
at the banquet.
The convention win close Wed
nesday night, following election
ot officers and adoption ot resolu
the ages of 11 and 21 was
slightly less than in the previous
Membership . in the future
farmer organization, consisting
Floyd Ramp to
Be Speaker at
Floyd Ramp, farmer, ot Rose
burg, now on a tour of the state
for the communist party, will
speak fa Salem Wednesday, J fly
IS at Marlon 8quare.
Frank Cox. farmer, from Lib-'
erty district who was a delegate
to the national communist con
vention recently held in Chicago
will speak on the proceedings of
The meeting will start at 7:10
To Get Receipts
Expense accounts of state of
ficials and employes hereafter
must be accompanied br receipts
from restaurants where meals are
obtained, itemized streetcar fares,
and much other similar Informa
tion, according to announcement
made by W. W. Ridehalah. snn-
ervisor of state transportation.
Ridehaigb reported that in
most cases the expense accounts
or oiiiciais and emnlores had
been reduced tuateriallv under
Governor Meier's economy pro
gram. He also said that fewer
trips were being taken by offic
ials at state expense.
All vouchers contalninc
pense items are investigated by
ot boys having paid local, state dltlonal cut of $22.50 will be made
and national dues, increased rrom
1084 to J090. The number of
boys completing projects has In
creased more than 14 per cent.
The net profit fo boys projects
decreased torn $69,516.29. with
an average net profit of $47.32
ia 1931. This decrease was due
te the reduction in farm prices
which have dropped- approxi
mately 100 per cent.
A survey conducted to deter
mine the kind of work followed
by Smith-Hughes agricultural
students who have graduated
from high school the previous
year, showed that 187 out of 229
are engaged in some type of
farming, 11 are studying agii-
cuture in college, while 51 are
engaged In lines of work other
than agriculture. This Indicates
that 73 per cent of the vocation
al agricultural graduates of the
.previous year are now engaged
la farming. Similar record of
two years ago showed less than
65 per cent engaged In farming.
in their salaries. Teachers not en
titled to a wage increment In
crease will be reduced $45 a year
Few protests of salary reduc
tions have been made by the
teachers, the superintendent's of
fice reports. Most ot the Instruc
tors feel themselves fortunate to
have steady work at wages nearly
as good as In normal times. Many 1
of the teachers are helping to sup-
port relatives who have been se
verely embarrassed by business
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Business Office, 740 State Street. Phone 3101
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In this city July 11, Mrs. Lena
Ramseyer Hersch, aged 41 years.
Survived by widower, Fred
Hersch of Pratum; parents, Mr.
and :Mrs. Joseph Ramseyer;
brothers, Ben, Dave, Albert and
Carl Ramseyer, all of Salem and
vicinity. Funeral services will be
held Wet lMday, June IS, at
o'clock from the chapel of W. T.
Rigdon and Son. Rev. J. M. Fran
officiating. Interment Lee Mis
Outlook oh Jobs
Scarcely an application tor en
trance to Willamette university
this fall is received without an
accompanying request tor part
time work for the prospective
student, Miss Ethel Adam, i acting
registrar at the university, re
ports. To date, 128 applications
have been approved for the fall
freshman class, a decline jot 25
per cent from the total reached
last summer at this time. W. C.
Jones, professor ot economics, Is
spending the summer doing stu
dent cont&ek work. Just now he
is in Portland where he Is taking
part-time work at the University
ot Oregon summer school, ill. M.
Tennant, last year's registrar, is
now In charge of a boys' summer
camp in California.
1 1 In this city July 11, XSSS, Ar-j
meda J. Causey, mother ot J. F.
of Portland, C. H. of Ashton,
Ida., Mrs. Era F. Fleming of
Wenatchee, Wash., Mrs. Cora E.
Reynolds of Lava View. Ore
Guy Causey of Salem. A native of
Illinois, aged 83 years. Remains
to be forwarded to Spokane,
Wash., for services and inter
ment by the Terwllliger funeral
home, 770 Chemeketa street,
phone C92S. 7
rasa TiNjr Mode
A PARR 4'IOlETERk WITH
San Tta sdsatM tram the Bwt
tt Tows i V.:
Banghn To Mr. and Mrs. Wll
liam Herbert Baughn, Detroit,
Ore., a boy. Dale Emmet, July 6
. Peterson To Mr. andi Mrs.
O. A. Peterson, a girl, Beverly
Joy, July 2, Salem. j
; wossst spcrsaos at mm t Icbas
S3 Orccoa Bids. Plans 5509
NOTICE! EVERY ITEM IN THIS
FINE STOCK IS DRASTICALLY RE
DUCEDAND THESE CRASHING
PRICES ARE BUT A MERE FRAC
TION OF THEIR ACTUAL WORTH.
DONT MISS THESE SAVINGS!
And now is your opportunity to save on your clothing
needs for present and future by buying from Bishop's
high grade stock.
(Included in This Sale ia Part of Aaron Astill's Stock, Which We Purchased
from tht Assignee)
I 1 1 11
200 pair the very finest in stock, two tones, tan and
black. Regular values to $8.50. Now
Now Is Your Greatest
Opportunity to Buy
the finest quality merchandise at the greatest sav
ings of your time. Don't wait bay the clothes yon
uvcu uuw. nerer wiu you una snca values:
Broadcloth, new patterns,, all colors, pre-
shrunk and value to $2.50. Now v2
SHIRTS The finest in this high grade
stock, Ide and other makes. Fine broad
cloth. Value to $3.50
DRESS UP FOR VACATION AT
THESE GREAT SAVINGS. NOTE
THE DRASTICALLY REDUCED
SUEDE LEATHER COATS Cossack style,
some with leather, some with knit frM nr
collars. Some have sipper fronts . . $iZiJD
FLANNEL PANTS All colors, plain and
stripes, finest fabrics and regular Qf"
values to 8.50. Now $0VO
SLEEVELESS SWEATERS All colors, all
wool, light weight. Values to nf
S2.95. Now lvU
SWIM SUITS Fine all wool col- iQ
ors, new styles. Val. to IS.95. Now $XgV
GOLF KNICKERS The finest in stock, ev
iery new color, extra well made and Qf
lvalues to 9.60. Now 0VD
GOLF BALLS New size. Regular A A
50c sellers. Now 5 for 1UU
' ' ;
SPORT CAPS Linen and others. Ql?-,
Values to $1.95. Now 7 OO C
i Dr. Chan Lam
: Office hours i'-l
Tuesday and Satur
day a to 5 p. as. ;
BoMti I and S
14S N. Commercial
v- : :.i -.
Call CO 10, Dsed Furniture
THIS TREMENDOUS SUMMER SALE OFFERS YOU THESE SAVINGS:
New Style Men's Hose ..10c
Pajamas, $2.50 values 95c
Straw Hats, new styles ..95c
Fine Men's Suspenders 45c
Felt Hats, values to $5,
Ties, including Cheney,
val. to $1 39c
Athletic Unions, $1 val. 45c
Athletic Unions, finest.
Val. to $2.50 95c
Sport Belts, two tones ..45c
Shirts, Shorts 35c, 3 for $1
Hose, finest silks, 5 pairs $1
1 Group Swim Suits Very
finest nationally known
makes values to $5, $1.95
-Our Entire Stock of .Boys' Wear. D rastically Reduced For This Event
All Straw Hats, Including Our Finest Milans and Panamas, Are Greatly Reduced; For This Event
800 fine suits One all wool, new colors, stylos an good, all
stew spring- stock: and mot purchased especially f or this sale.
This means yoa get tho same high grade Bishop's quality ta
every garment and never have yoa aoea such valaea. Svery
oao of these Is selling tight now ta most stores wp to J C
S30. A real saving at this great price .............. yl
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SUETS . ...
136 NORTH .COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM
Finest suits in stock. Including many Bart Schaffaer A Marx,
Michael Stern and others, every one up-to-the-minute styles, ex
ceptionally Mao fabrics and tailoring. We want te emphaaixa
this fact to every bub who appreciates aad has always werm
fin clothes the exceptionally high quality of tbcae aalU ?
U of thesa right now at regular SS3 to S35 values. V" J
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