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Tha OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning. October 20, 1932
fptimates he had Told his
,. Views ' Before, Hasn't
Changed Them any
rtilshed opponent" 1581 was the
f'year whc,n all his distinctive ec-
onomic Heresies seemeu io com
home to roost' together.''
n The governor asserted the un
balanced budget and the methods
of . financing . cnosen by tne re
- publican administration had
"drained the tanks to the credit
reserves that otherwise mlsht i
'pare helped lessen the credit
drought. ... :.
!.t A reference to Andrew Mellon,
former secretary of the treasury,
brought a resounding "boo" from
, The speech,, marking an 1bt8-
Mon by the democratic candidate
Ino territory that has long re
corded its Totes in presidential
elections for republicans came at
Jthe end of a day that took him
km an automobile trip into West
(Virginia and Ohio.
4 He went dfrectly from the field j
. .,(0 his train to continue his cam-
jpaign trip across southern Ohio to
- Indianapolis . where he will speak
5ain tomorrow. -
' . (Continued from
'fere the Blue Sky act
' Gilstrap's petition states that
Pacific Bancorporatlon stock had
la liquidating value of 57.50 as
;a claim on assets while the three
Ishares of American National cor-
! poration stock traded In lieu of It
had a liquidating value claim on
asset of only S30 for three
I The First National bank of Sil
iverton, which closed this sum-'
mer, was one of the Pacific Ban-
corporation's properties, subse
'quently being sold. A considerable !
! portion of the bancorporation'h
'stock was sold In the Silverton
Plans for Credit
i Course Disclosed
i . ir mm .
it IV OOTi meeting
t Enrollment of jnembers ot the
j Salem Retail credit association in
a study course designed tor those
in credit work was discussed at
jthe group's Wednesday noon
.luncheon meeting, and will be
; farther considered at the meeting
f . The matter of members adver
I tlslntr the members in the associ
ation upon letterheads and bills'
: of the individual firms was also
discussed, and a committee ot
three appointed to report back on
j the matter at the meeting next
j week. The three are George Al- j
Men, Fniiiip Holmes and Dr. Hen
i ry Morris.
: Try now Peak
Trip 3d Time
The Chemeketans will make
' still another attempt next Sunday I
-"to reach the summit of Snow
. Peak. The same trip was plan-
ned for last week but weather
- conditions made It impossible.
The excursion entails an autome
i bile drive through Scio to the !
Roaring river fish hatchery and
a round trip hike of 19 miles from
Cars will leave the Senator Ho
; tel at I t, m. Sunday. Augusta
Notdurft will act as leader.
: Ex-Con is Given
: 30 Days in Jail for
' ' Thirty-day Jail sentence was
meted 'out in justice court yester
t day to Harry Arthur Morris, ar
J ; rested on a vagrabcy charge to
f , which he pleaded guilty.
. , "Morris was released from the
' state penitentiary here last Aug
ust 20. after serving a two-year
... term on charge of assault with
. Intent to rob. He came up from
Multnomah county. On the vag
t rancy charge, be was accused of
.'stealing several cartons of cig
arettes from a local store.
To Meet Friday
- The Hayesville community club
h will meet Friday night at the
-! Hayesville schoolhouse. A speak-
or will be present to explain the
; measures to be voted en at the
- election. L. L. Thomas of Marsh
field will give a talk on the school
" consolidation bill.
. Too Late to Classify
- LOST Small dor, , HsM tan wit It
wait pot on forehead, whit tfp on
tall Us turn SJS N. Cottas
. to .
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STRANGE ANGLES IN TOBACO) HEIIVS WH
Disposing U death of the gigantic fortune that didn't bring him happiness in We, the will of Smith aUyaoida.
tobacco heir who was shot to death last July at his homo U Winston-Salem, PL G mntaia m bquet and
one omission that place it fat the category of the tmasnal. To Albert Walker, bis beat friend, who a mow
jointly indicted with bis widow for bis alleged an artier, Reynolds left the iim of $50,000. But to the widow,
the gUaiorotts Broadway torch -sinter, the former Lib by Holaaan, the tobacco heir left mo thing. In fact, aho
is not even mentioned. However, the will, which baa recently boon filed at tne Surrogate Court in Now York,
ie dated August 31, 1931, abont three months be fere Reynold marriage to Miss HeJm-n. It leave $50,000
each to bia former wife, Ana Cannon Reynolds, and their daughter, Ann. explaining that they already bad
boon amply provided for on allusion to the $1,000,000 settlement Reynold is id to have aaado at tbo time
they ware divorced. The reatdn of the estate goes to Richard J. Reynold, a brother, and two sUterc Hew
ever, ahhongh Mia Holman in not mentioned in the testament, it is too law of North Carolina that sbo is en
titled to a widow' third share of her bnsband ' estate. It i also considered possible that her expected child
may .participate in the $15,000,000 held in trust for Reynold. Meanwhile Mise Holman and Walker are at
liberty under bond. They will face a North Carolina jury on a charge of murder, neat month. Until that case
has been disposed of. the former torch-einger will not toko any atone in too will case.
ra TO IKE
(Continued from pae !
own campaigns, eciorts at an
agreement with Community Ser
vice having failed. It was stated
by representatives of the groups
which met at 'the city council
chambers, that hopes had been
entertained for a combined cam
paign similar to a community
Jcnest. iney piacea blame ror
failure ef this effort, upon Com-
A spokesman for Associated
Charities said that organization
must, because of the asserted
lack of cooperation, continue on
the basis upon which It operated
prior to last rear.
The veterans' groups involved
in the separate drive are the
American Legion, Spanish War
Veterans. Veterans of Foreign
and Disabled American
Veterans, with their auxiliaries.
At the meeting Wednesday
night, no plans were settled by
any of the groups, as to the
goals they would set nor as to
the time tor starting work.
(Continue from pas 1)
automobile license redaction and
the state highway commission
Seymour, Jones and A. Slaugh
ter both gave instructive talks on
the proposed bills and Mrs. Elmer
Cook, newly appointed district
home economics chairman, gave a
short talk en the work that she
is taking up.
Other numbers on the program
were a vocal solo by Flora Larson,
reading by Mrs. L. Ernst, and a
vocai soio ay Kostweu wriguc i t
The January Pomona meeting
will be held at Fairfield.
TOLEDO. O.. Oct. 19 (AP) !
Employment almost doubled here
since the last week in August. A
survey showed 13,427 workers on
payrolls now compared to 7,000
at the end of August.
Arthur To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Arthur of Macleay, route
one, a boy, Deloert LeRoy, bora
on October 11 at Salem Deacon
lt 9 i--'
, jj PutHentholaUMlatlMli tTlT
7 . nostra to relieve 1 J I wjl Z
congestion and clear that V IllilTiil
braati-dng pauages. Jj U
ALSO OX THE STAGE ,
CAPT. EARL F. IIABIMOD
Mombe of Wllkfns Detroit-Arctic
Espeditioa and with Amundsen when
Norte was salvaged
, k rensox ...
Board . .
By OLIVE M. DOAK
WARNER BROS ELSINORE
Today Ricardo Cortes in
"The Phantom of Crest-
Today-MMake Me a Star."
Friday "When A Feller
Needs a Friend".
- THE GRAND
Today Edward G. Robinson
in "Two Seconds".
li'rldav'Riii'k- IniiM tn Wh1te
Because of widespread popular
Interest and an expressed demand
for more opportunity to see it.
the run of "Phantom of Crest
wood", known as the most widely
publicized story ever made into a
motion picture, has been advanced
on the Warner Bros. Elsinore cal
endar and will open today instead
of Friday as had been planned.
This picture, la which Ricardo
Cortes Is starred, was made from
the radio mystery story of the
same name, broadcast each week
over a national . hookup. Prizes
amounting to $6000 were offered
to amateur writers who, in ad
vance of hearing the last chap
ter m which the mystery was
solved, should write the chapter
in a fashion most nearly Identical
witn the original.
The sbowinsr will -continue
through Saturday night.
CONTROL BOARD MEETS
PORTLAND, ore- Oct. 19
(AP) The state board of control
met here today with all three
members. Governor Meier, Secre
tary f state Hoss and State
Treasurer Holman in attendance.
The meeting was devoted to rou
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GERVAIS, Oct. 18 Alexan
der Esson, 15, died at an Oregon
City hospital last night from
pneumonia following an
nUln aa 1
VtblO VyCiaUUU I
He was born on the family do-
naion land claim just east' of
Gervals and had lived ' there - all
his life. He was a member ef
the Gervals hlga school football
team in which school be was a
senior. .He was active In Chris
tian church work and in the
North Howell grange.
Esson is survived by his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Esson;
sister, Evanelle; grandmother.
several aunts and-uncles.
Funeral services will be held
front the high school auditorium
Friday at t p.m., Rev. A. Esson
officiating. Pall bearers will be
Samuel and Kenneth Brown
George Weisner, Ivan Cutstortn,
Millard Henney and Johnny
Cooraler. Interment will be la
the family cemetery.
Grand Jury to
The Marlon county grand jury.
held over for several terms of
court by Judge L. H. McMahan,
will reconvene here today to In
vestigate a number ot pending
criminal charges. Including- in the
matters before It will be consid
eration of Judge McMahan'a re
quest for an investigation ot the
Rhea Luper case. Luper, former
state engineer, was indicted by
tne grand jury early tats year bat
thus tar he has never been ar
raigned or brought to trial.
Same formula . . same price. la
original form, too, if you prefer
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A week's program devoted to
the flut Industry is slated for Sa
lem emy la December, whan the
Western Nat Growers' association
will meet In annual two-day ses
sion at tne chamber of commerce,
this to b followed by a, threw
day meeting of tbo Oregon Stat
Horticultural society, also at the
chamber. : :
' The Nut Growers group will
meet December and T and the
Horticultural society December 7,
t and t. In the afternoon the
two conferences dovetail, a Joint
session will bo held.
u. t. Mcwnorter or tne ex
tension division at CorvaHia was
in Salem yesterday to make ar
rangements tor tho horticultural
meeting, and indicated that be
tween 400 and 800 invitations
would bo sent oat Over tho state.
Clayton I. Long of Corvallls Is
president of this group. A feature
of its meeting will be tho annual
banquet, to bo held December 8.
The chamber of commerce here
is cooperating with both groups,
and as part of its program will
devote its regular noon luncheon
meeting Monday, December S, to
a discussion of growing and mar
keting problems by om promin
ent nut grower.
Tho two' state meetings will be
open to anyone interested ' and
an effort will be made to draw
a portion of the attendance from
the general public.
The principal discussion of the
two meetings will be not so
much new enterprises, as care
and use of what 1s now planted.
Against De Hutt
A three-hour hearing, in which
considerable diametrically oppos
ed testimony was presented in the
case ot Emery DeHutt yesterday
afternoon, resulted la Judge Mil
ler Hayden taking the matter un
der advisement. . .
DeHutt Is accused ot larceny by
bailee, the private prosecutor be
ing Mrs. Helen Dennison, who al
leged DeHutt took window cur
tains and shades from a house
which he rented from her at he
time oz removing inererrom.
m sm emmp
The State Bank ot Mitchell.
Wheeler county, was placed In
rtgtti ploneon Vouad
ye are of
. . and what it J
means to you .s
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. - IX Baca s xat wbea twep wkk ' nTTl -Kogrm is rtidenco of ks bf2g T "iLjn rknmUZTHtt CsrWmwcjuga
pubik srkf of western Aierrirs That was the
bisday, dw ios ixj et die Union Oil CocBj-ony
-42 ycMt age aedsv. These mem beHerrd m ch
Wear- oy etok
1 and sac dt Vex.
pany eU olvidea-s forcr ef
bat its eieacctlsatecerd
the hands of the' state bank ex
aminer yesterday by Its directors.
No reasons tor its closing: were
given by the , directors in their
wire received here yesterday. The
bank had deposits et slightly
more than $50,000. Its assets
were listed at nearly $80,000 in
cluding capital stock of $25,000
and surplus of $5000. The bank
was organized in 1818. I. I
Jones is president and Fred An
. SITED TO E5PEE
Establishment of rates by the'
Southern Pacific company to meet
truck and water competition, was
authorized in an order issued
Wednesday by Charles M. Thom
as, public utility commissioner.
The proposed new rates apply
to Southern Pacific operations be
tween Portland and points on the
Eugene-Coos Bay branch.
At north Bend and Marshfield.
the proposed rates represent an
average reduction from existing
rates ot approximately 24 per
cent. For the less than carload
classes one, two, three and four
the rate reduction would be 20
At points east ot Swisshome and
west of Eugene . the reductions
range up to a maximum of 19
The principal traffic involved
In the application is general mer
chandise, moving in less than car
load lots -between Portland and
California shipping points and
Marshfield, North Bend or points
reached by wayf these ports.
Role of Shylock
Says De Valera
DUBLIN, Irish Free State, Oct.
19 (AP) Great Britain I
"playing the part ot Shylock" to
ward, the Free State and. at the
same time petitioning the United
States for relief from war debts,
"which no one denies are morally
and legally 'due," President Ea-
mon de Valera declared before the
dall eireann today.
The president was making his
report to the legislature on the
failure ot last week's negotiations
in London which had been aimed
at terminating the Anglo-Irish
war. He said those negotiations
failed because Britain insisted
members ef a suggested arbitra
tion committee should be limited
to representatives of empire na-
tlons. This insistence, he added.
ruled out any possibility et arbi
astd ibeir aftora and
la ehek noard lice
aiMrptkM plant xe
he Ero-twe fears, t ett as is
been a mu3 Bvom ef L-2s-d efOmt sscotdi - 1 r jt if s
ia'cooiaicrchl - Jeoegl, m feori4'di,w'at,s yiinu J ai .
; LEf IDE.
All formerly allowed transpor
tation charges and all formerly al
lowed high school tuition costs,
exeept interest on Investment in
buildings and In equipment, are
allowed la the determination ot
the tax to be levied by the county
on non-high school districts, a
mandate ot the supreme court re
ceived here yesterday shows. The
court made its decision in the case
of M. ' Welnacht against Oscar
Bower, local sheriff.
, Local school authorities may
Jnow proceed to redetermine 1931-
1832 tuition costs ana when these
are figured. Sheriff Bower can ex
tend the 1931 tuition tax levies.
The higher court held that de
termination of a school's values in
property and- equipment, was a
ministerial function and could not
be legally performed by a high
school .district clerk unless pro
vision was made for appeal from
lils decision to some group which
represented both the high school
and the non-high school districts.
Night Class in
A night sewing class tor house
wires will start at the senior
high school building tonlgh at T
o'clock under -the tutelage of
Miss Carol Chase, announced T.
T. McKenxia, vocational director
yesterday. This class is Instigated
by the Salem public schools and
the department ot vocational edu
The sewing class will ' meet
every Thursday night at the
same hour and last for a period
ef three hours, making a total of
18 hours to complete the course.
A $2 tee will be charged. A num
ber have signed up so far but
there is still room tor more, Me-
By Burch to be
Named on Board
Albert Burch of Medford who
resigned from the state board ot
higher education six weeks ago,
yesterday addressed a letter to
Governor Julius L. Meier asking
favorable consideration of the ap
pointment of Paul Scherer of
Medford as his successor, Scher
er, a college graduate, la the son
of a distinguished scientist and
astronomer. He is at present an
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ljUitfrffam,Arimr.m&kmU .whea k latsnAjesd die now
fafatmnhtmm ajmVrea ma TioSc Cssst, la Ocmbcs,
loc OU ? At Z.OCW mv a-mw -.
od e rwmma let tm-iing v fl 'TT- yon
Psauwaaet f 'Tl qa&T whew Coloo Of rndonm
tb ivrdopiant of the , U Vi-J semd..
- .tbe aMaas bf wbkb f . Liee le Umon On PtrnHnn VAfiia UtOW
a io P.
erchardlst. Burch's letter declared
Scherer to be of "proved execu
tive ability." Scherer is said tel
hare the , support of southern '
Oregon. . , ' '-
The governor ' has thus ...far
made no statement regarding the
successor to Burch on the board
of higher education. ., r
In Disease Being
Noted in County i
Commnnieable diseases la Mar-;
Ion countr took a sharp drop last
week over the week ended Octo
ber 11, yesterday's bulletin Issued
by the state board of health
shows.' During the former weer.
159 -new disease eases -were re
ported in contrast wit- but 31
last week-. .The decrease was due
to a decrease from 127 to .20 In
fluenza cases. . v -Other
diseases- reported last
week were four cases of measles,
three ot tuberculosis, two of scar
let fever and one each, ot chicken-
pox -and mumps. Four malaria
cases were reported in Polk coun
ty but no ew ones In Marlon.
Ijaot Times Today
ZeSa Fatten B-Tpm
Coining Friday and SaJnrdavy
t31 e i
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to expect tfc Knew vtfees and
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