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The OREGON STATE521AH, Saleo, Oreyon, Friday Morning, Jnly 15, 1932
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SsrvlC3 Dating to 1924 is
; Rscognized by Civil
r ". StrYlcs Board -
" nolding that Fireman John A.
: Olson's membership, la the city
; ' fire department dated back to
1924 when , be first joined. the
elvll service commission yester
day ordered reinstatement ot Ol
son. - Tie" order, came following
L two : meetings yesterday ct the
r commission. 1 j -
r Wtiin hearing on :u, .matter
tu held Wednesday night com
.. . . missloners Indicated there would
: he no decision until both sides
had submitted briefs, so la rtew
of this the decision bo early was
r nnerpeeted. K ". ;'
Under the order of the eom-
, U mission entered , yesterday, 5 Ol
i eon's pay Is retroactive to July C,
w&ea he was removed, by Chief
ITatton who considered Olson
was the newest man.. a the force
and therefor automatically went
out when a number had to be dis
missed In keeping with the econ
t my prorrtm. The chief held that
,: Olson had been a .member of the
. . department since Jane, 19 SI, but
Olson hold . that, ha had been. on
' the force since 1924, and return
d 'la June, 1131,, after . a slx
j months leave of absence '
;. i . Fact that Olson, when : he re
, turned a year ago, was putback
, upon the same salary basis which
i ha held when he left six months
1 before. Is said to hare weighed
heavily with the commission -in
1 determining its order, which
: holds that Olson was also auto
matically placed Into the service
r by ther civil service act of Jane ?.
; With Olson" replaced, there Is
already conjecture as to who will
f go under the axe next, as appro
; priations for the fire department
make It Imperative that only the
number of men on before Olson
was reinstated b on the payrolL
. Chairman Paul Johnson of the
Vt. commission said thaQbody will
I have nothing to .dfr 4 with vthat
; ; matter, and ' Chairman W. H.
I Dancy of the council's fire com-
mlttee Indicated last night that
hiring and dismissing Is almost
I Mickey ; Mouse I M 6AR0ETJ SEED
! notes 'I FOUND PRODUCTIVE
1 Everything is all setj-next Sat
urday, Jnly 23, we're going to
have the breakfast party on the
Courthouse lawn. : -i
f We'll have-a "broadcasting out
fit, so that youll be able to hear
the program ' that " is l being ar
ranged. : ;: ; ':-: -" ' iyl' . - '
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! But this Saturday tier's also
the-regular weekly good time In
store for you. ' Swell program,
with a show suitable for Mickey
Mice Million Dollar Legs" a
stery of an Olympic runner whose
legs are valued at one million dol
lars. ' -VT---.
The pictures that were taken at
the playgrounds will be on display
tomorrow in front or the theatre.
and if there's a ring around your
picture you get in the show free.
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f The bicycle in the contest .was
: won by Steven Kerber. Congrat
ulations Steven. , .- 4 . .
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- Uncle Churchmouse says "Most
fellers don't wake up f find them
selves famous; they usually dream
they are famous an' wake up. , .
i ' Cora Edgell has Just returned
i from a week's vacation at the
beach. . 1 ;..:
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Please let Chief Minnie Mouse
,; Ella know when you change your
address, because you never know
when she might send yon some
thing ot Interest.
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, Isn't the new serial, swell.
' Chapter two tomorrow. ;
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. There surely was some crowd
last Saturday, and the way they
clapped for Joan Frigaard, and
Lyle Heckinger I thought the
house was; going to-' fall down.
They were encored twice and had
to take a half dozen tows before
they could.' quiet J thee .Mice. It
seemed everybody , wsr a big hit
Saturday. The others were "Deb"
Anderson (and wotta tap dan
cer;, Bobby Krechter (and can
ne. sing), Evangeline- MUlard,
(took the house like a storm),
and Phyllla Selander, from Bar
bara Barnes School of dance,
(who showed something new In
the way of acrobatf inrini
and the Mickey Mouse orchostra.
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So Long . - ,
Too Late to Ciassiiy
ora and roonvdoubl. and 1n1
HOME OP 25c TALKIES '
.- A Borne Owned Theatre
I - LAST Tncai TODAY
1 Tonig&t 7a Present
On tlte Stase i-
.Three rixes, $3. 4fc5 ad fi
, vandevme Starts P. 1L
m 4J . .OW Whv - . I
V Also Onr Cans Comedy,
' CHOO CHOO , - v
Mickey Mouse Comedy, News
and ma-TIn-Tla in Q
' "The U-htnlas Yr&rttot :
TTXKB eacreVis out, as . well as i
I - the explanation why news-
paper men were not invited.
The cicala Sunday "under I the
shade of spreading eaks- - near
Malalla Is to be given by State
Treasurer and Mrs. Ruius C
Holmaa ... tor members of ! the
treasurer's off lee. certain ; state I
officials and oilhers aronnd ithe
capitoL J - f
Natnralljr since members of
the pre-n gallery write for dif
ferent papers . over the state,
and ' these papers nave bees
tensed repeatedly the . "sub-
aidised press, they coaldat
be invited. No not soar grapfes
-Just a simple statement of
Interesting news. Dolmans are
reputed good bests and the tn
vited guests will nave a good
tune - Y'-' '
Bat thanks just the sure, Un
cus, 'the newspapermen couldn't
go anyhow,, since ' another big
event, staged annually, and long
in the making -likewise takes
place Sunday. The picnic of the
women's press club at Riverdale. I
And from past , experience, these
arrairs are really the real staff.
I entirely in the hands of Cllef
"It la the policy of the com
mittee to leave such matters up
to the chief, inasmuch as
; held : him responsible for opera
tion of the department , Dancy
said, adding "If we attempted to
dictate such matter It would
I seem a matter of politics, so! wo
have left it . In Chief Hutton's
Dancy said he did not know
I who the man of shortest service
Ib, and Chief Hutton could not be
reached last night for the infor
mation. I None of the firemen oa
duty seemed to know on whose
head it would be plausible to ex
pect tho economy axe would ; fall
now. ; !';;. ; ' ;
. Reports of tne check-up on
garden seeds given away early
this spring are excellent, accord
ing to Miss Thorn Boesen, local
secretary ot the Red Cross. With
a very tew exceptions the gardens
hare been productive, the produce
being used both for - immediate
use and canning. Altogether 308
packages containing seeds ot mest
common vegetables were dlstrlhu
ted. , Each package provided seed
tor a good sized garden. H
Fewer applications for work
and aid have been received at the
Red Cross during Jane and July,
is the report.; May, was one jot
the heaviest months ever experi
enced. It is believed that if the
present weatner conditions con
tinue and with the coming lull in
irnit work, more applications will
be received. t ,
CLUB TO PICNIC
KINGWOOD. July 14 Mem-
bers 5 of the Book and Thimble
club are reminded that the an
nual picnic will be held Friday
nignt. july is at the home lot
jars. k. w. St. Pierre. All mem.
bers are expected to bring contrl-
outions to a covered dish supper.
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SOU) ST PSDGGISIS STJITW-
A FORTUNE . .
in fan . frolic . . . and
foolishness a king's
ransom in gaps and gig
gles . . a million dollars
; in laughs . , , and not two
. bits in sense ... in this
brainstorm of g o o f e r
dust and frog fun!
A Picture cf
Peddle Jcnpera Yla
Olympic Gaines! Grand
Stands in II rst erica 84
Goat Gland Athletes Grin
and Stumble into Giddy
Victory! . -
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TnovzSi this weather docsat
feel nmcht like pieties,, there .
are ethers fa tbe making. One
waa planned yesterday tor tb
much ; beard y of " Mforrottea '
; maa. It seems come trasban&s
have eeem left oat of picaio in
' vitatlona. so a arotm of attract
ive young women are planning
to take i care of mas nusrer-
And while picnics appear to be (a
the. mala news ' and interest
around the capital this week, the
rest of the state" and Salem is
still bearing a lot about the mer
ger i petition boas la Portland
July 4. And the people will no
doubt bo hearing a lot about that
antfl the November election and
perhaps longer. . ; t'-.
The latest development
to m s eontroTersr be-.
twee Mr. Gets of Corvallia
and the' district attorney's of
rice ta .Peruana. On toe other
band Iienrv Zorn. near Salem
la dissatisfied with the Port-
Jaad , leaders ; of - the r merger, '
and from the way be talks still
thinks there ' was a robbery.
Uliat a fine mess!
All this surely must make op-
I ponents of the merger feel just a
little more cheerful. The quickest
way to lose a battle Is to have
dlssensloa breaking - out ' within
the ranks. But the state is still
waiting for the truth behind the
hoax, and until it gets further
publicity: will be of Jne avail
tor the proponents of the college
consolidation. "You cant tool all
the people all the time," Lincoln
News dispatches state Sen
ator HcNary was presented
with a fine tray as a eift from
his colleagues. What a timely
gift, with the repeal of the
18th amendment a probability.
Trays now appear to be m far-,
orlte bridge prizewe won a
beauty once which must be ,
some kind of an omen.
Brigadier-General Thomas ' XL
Rllea.ls back In Washington. D.
C, in attendance at some- Nation- 1
al Guard affair. With RIlea gone
east- and General George A.
White and Colonel Ray Olson at
Fort Lewis, the National Guard 1
ornees here are more aulet. But
those in command say everything
is unaer control.
. Being 'only a newspaper
man" may come la for a lot of
wisecracks, at the state editor
ial association gridiron ban
quet tonight. AD the newspa
permen in the state who can
Possibly get there will be at
the hlg dinner starting' at 0:30
in the Multnomah hotel. The
remark -was made officially in
tbe Oregon capitol several
weeks ago, ae aU roe, v
Newspapermen and meats will
long remember the gridiron ban-
quet at Salem last year when the
state editorial association met
here. Hal E. Hoss waa chairman
of that event, and it was a real
party. Walter May of the Oregon
ian will be chairman of the din
ner tonlgbt, and a lively program
has been announced. ; : .
Souvenir . '
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IIS SElIS DILLS
F03 IICEOE FEES
Bills will be sent out by the
I secretary of state da. an 'effort
ta collect at .least a part of
ITS.900 said to be due the state
from contract haulers la an paid
at the. state department Thara-
' The amount due the state was
dsteralned recently by. Secretary
Hose following -an audit of the
contract hauler's accounts. The
audit was referred to the attor
ney general, :-x- r?r -
. tho anpaid license fees were
deelsred to have resulted from
salt filed la Jaly list, by the
Portland vaa eV Btoracs company
and others, attacking the con
stitutionality of. the law Impos
ing additional license fees : oa
motor Tehieles operating as con
tract : haulers. temporary re
straining order was issued Marek
IT. 19S 9. The state later de-
marred to the complaint with
the result that the demurrer was
sustained la the meantime : the
license tees were not collected.
i Boss declare! Thursday that
some of the contract haulers had
alleged . that they had ftot -operated
daring- the time la which
the restraining order waa in -ef
fect, while others had expressed
a wuungness to pay the amount
of the claims.' . . '
The audit : was made by the
state department under Hoss su
AttttUttd Etijt GsiIii
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TLYING AT Mdhui.
Tone in Associated Spotlight,
1 90-mlnute radio extxarsioxa,
every Satorday, 8 JO p jn. K.TI
ASSOCIATED OIL COMrANV
By OUVE M. DOAK
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e TodM Jack OakW.ln Mm-
loa Dollar Igs.- .-7, rl
Today Buck Jones la .The ;
righting Sheriff.0. .. , -
Tadv Tim . McCov "in
"Fighting rooL" - te
f i 1
Boy Scout Camp,
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i From 3S to II boys are sow la
camp aeax Mehama at the annual
summer ' camp conducted by . the
local Bor Scout organisation and
ga enrollment of 10 boys Is expect
ed by next weekO. P. West. Cas
cade Area scout executive, report
ed while la the city tor a short
time this week. The lads are hav
ing a groat time ta a diversified
program of recreational activities.
The cams Is being conducted in
three -one-week; periods, some of
the boys planning to stay through
the entire -three-week . period
which win end July II. The
charge tor the camp is SI a week
a boy, two weeks being charged
at til.-'. ... . .
T Wr7 ' i M'
imm p era ran Sim Ed m vpjj mvl-
TEIERFS a aver gasoline. It Is Asso- "FLYING A" works ijuietlj. It has
dated "FLYING thc resnlt of idenrictlly the same octane stabilirr
4 cxclntive dcTcIopmcna
Yooll notice the difference. That
smooth, zooming response which j6a
feel with TLYING A in the tank is
a new sensation. It is aeroplane per
formance In your car. Something new.
Something youll like ! 1 f
Aeroplane performance in your car.
Only the vital Tbesrt-cxt" from select
ed gasoline crudes coold produce this
gasoline. In every gallon
gallon of vital raloa. Uo
f mcriAAa thar work for tool
First band deserlptTba at the re
publican national convention was
given to the Salem Lions dab
Thursday noon by lHas Ansae
Phillips, secretary to Hal IS. Boss,
secretary of state. - " :
KUa Pinilps J described inter
estingly, the trip with thedelefa-
tfoa to. Chicago, the conventloa
hall which seated 19.0 90 firing
the members a very, good . idea
how the dslecateewere seated and
what transpired. She told of see
ing Floyd ' Gibbons; Will - Rogers
snd other men nationally known.
i Miss Phillips stated that the
convention opened -on Flag' day
and she described the tribute to
the nag -by .the- 21,111 -present.
She stated that the convention was
a Hoover convention .from ' the
very start there being ne doubt
st any time but that President
Hoover would be nominated, ltiss
Phillips was strong in her praise
tor the Chicago ettisens commit
tee which handled the conventloa.
While la Chicago ltiss Phillips at
tended the National convention of
the Zonta elub.r " - -
i George Hessmaa furnished see-.
oral number oa his aecordiaa for
the Lions -daring their: luncheon.
O. D. Olson, first vice president of
the clab presided la 'the absence
of the president v. B Newmyer.
Who Is attending the state' Lions
convention at Klamath Falls.
equal to finest aviation gasolines in octane stability
la refining, rtqnlred In aviation
ed anti-knock performance no matter . l j Octant $uhiUtyostmlnt& and-
, how hard or fast you drivel It's octane t - knock performance no matter how
" stability that, counts! Not only higlr hard or fast you drive. -'':'.''
- numbers. ' . J , T " ; jj. .f &
; Hours and hours of driving in cars gwoline fractions retainedV
like yours proved the superiority of EfvifractimMthz prvcrss, to auure
"FLYING A. Actual road perform- Starring Hck-up, Power, Speed and
. ance-cot alone laboratory tests, Mlleagej not fast one alone. v : ;i
' ' Try if, as we did, on the road. Your 4 ' Obnatkally correct, in accord with
there s a full
waste. Only fmiling Associated
3 uaKnm iwuonr
. 1 - - owaaaw-nwwea
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Toa, additional Jurors - were
drawn yesterday br County Clerk
Koyer and Sheriff Oscay Bower.
the added names being neeaea oa
the panel to handle the f oar mur
der cases set tor the Jaly term of
court. There are now IS men and
womea la the conaty drawa for
this term of, court. The trial of
Dupree roe. nrn 01 ue aiierea
stayers ot Night Watchmaa. Iver
son et Ellrertoa, starts next Wed
nesday. Jaron drawn yesterday
were: - -' : r ' -
- John XL Laatermaa, Calem No.
II. hotel: Uargaret Uartia. Aums-
rfUe, housewife; Laura XT. Hold
er, Roeedale, housewife;! WlUlam
T. Hogg, Scotta If Ills, farmer; Ri
ta Wolfe, Salem, No. I, housewife:
Vary C Wells, - Salem. fNo.- - 22.
housewife; . Joseph Berat, . West
lit. AageC farmer; C D. Oppen,
Salem, No. 19, mechanlS; Clar
ence W. Stacey. Liherty, fur
breeder; Lewis CV Brandt, North
Suvertoa, farmer. 7
' RoadJpb$ ior-
V : llaijqn County
Road construction work for
Marlon county is now employing
about 291 men a day, Frank
Johnson, roadmaster, ostlmatea.
Four mala, jobs are now r under
green and cream TLYING A" pump.
Service - weather tcmperatures vwhere and
you at me rco, wnca you puy
mm - 1" mr w -
war and the erewa will bo ben ''
busy ea the present projects and. 1
others until well Into September.)
Grading work will probably be -finished
. then while rockinz of
the roads will continue through'
out October. :
Johnson said Iff men and
teams were employed at $1 daily i
whso II te 11 day laborers were
being employed at f I a day. The .
majority ox ta workers are -farmers
who supplement -their'
farm income by the road work..
The four projects now' under con- ,
struetlon are: kfarket road eight '
aear Donald, twe miles on the !
SUvSrton-EUver Creek road near I
the North Falls, three miles oa '
the.Rlehey- market road, allghtly
moro thaa one mil from the hot-:
torn of Jlnkeay till to the end ef ;
the nine-foot tonnty pavement r
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