The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 23, 1932, Page 11, Image 11

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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Bakm, Oregon, Friday Morning, December 23, 1932
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Business
Directory
Card In this directory run on
a monthly basis only. Rate:
J1.00 per line per month.
BATTERY ELECTRICIAN
R. V. Barton Batteries Starter and
generator work. 54 5 Chemeketa t.
CATERING
Burt Crary. the caterer. Ph. 8753.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Telephone 4460. R. K. Northnesg.
CHIROPRACTORS
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PSC. Chiropractor,
2(8 N. High. Tel. Res. 8.72.
COLLECTIONS
Personal Service Bureau. 320 Ore.
Bide. Ask rates and gave. Tel. 3963.
Correspondence Instruction
International Correspondence
chools. Business and technical cours
es. Box 166, Saiem. C McGlllivray,
Tel. 4128.
COUNTRY MEATS
Fresh and smoked country sausage,
'cured meats, delivered. Tel. 39F14.
DRESSMAKING
MRS. BNELGROVE, 2nd floor Mil
ler Bldr TeL 74C8. Remodeling spe
cialty. -
FLORISTS
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C. F. Brelt
haupt, florist, 67 7 Court street. Tel.
6904.
ALL. kinds of floral work. Lutx Flor
ist, llth A Market. Tel 9592.
FLOOR CONTRACTING
Olnejn Floor Co. Tel. 9111.
GIFT SHOPS
Fred Biatchford. mfg. of "Distinc
tive Oiftware," 118 3. High St.
INSURANCE
BECKE HENDRICKS
189 N. HiKh Tel.
4947
LAUNDRIES
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIEER LAUNDRY
263 S. Hitrh TeL 9125
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
"We Wash Everything in Lux"
Telephone 3165 1264 Broadway
MATTRESSES
Mattresses fro-n factory to home.
Bprlng mattress I S 00. Renovators and
fumlgators. Capnal iSeddlng w. lei.
4089. 3030 North Capitol.
New inattress made to order, old
mutlruii remade : carixst cleaning, siz
ing ; fluff rug weaving. Salem Fluff
Rug A Mattress Factory. S. 13th A
Wilbur. TeL 8441. Otto F. Zwlcker.
Est. 1911. .
MUSIC STORES
GEO. C. WILL Pianos, pono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano studies. Repairing phono
minhi and serine machines. 432
State Street, Salm.
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
Learn steel guitar in 12 wks. W. O.
Storhow. 450 Court with Htirrs.
MEDICINE
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medlcln Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 11 a. m.
to 2 p. m. 148 N. Commercial.
PAINTING & DECORATING
Painting nnrt .Wora-.lng. Tel. 3704
PLUMBIBNG and HEATING
PLUMBIKO and general repair
work. Graber Bros., 156 So. Liberty.
Tel. 594
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Lewis E. Neet,
Public Accounting,
Tel. 6844.
Income Tar and
209 Masonic Bids.
PRINTING
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department, 215 S. Commercial. Tele-
REAL ESTATE
BECKE A HENDRICKS, Tel. 4947
W. H. GRARENHORST A CO.
134 S. Litierty St. Tel. 6488.
SOCOLOFSKY & SON
204-5 FirM Nafl. Bk. Kldg. TeC. 7807.
STOVES
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. AU
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets, hooks, logan hook:.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 232
Chemeketa. Tel. 4774 R. B. FlemlnR.
TRANSFER
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 22$
State St. Tel. 7773. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty.
Get our rates.
FOR local or distant transfer storage.
call 3131, Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland daily. '
Stocks and Bonds
DECXMBEE S3
(Copyright, 1932. Standard Statistic Ce.)
STOCK AVERAGES
50 20 20 0
Ind'ls RB's Ufa Total
Teday 49.4 24.4 87.1 52.2
PreTioasday 61.1 26.1 89.9 S4.S
Weeksgo 63.3 37.7 91.3 56.0
Year age ... H.7 35.1 100.S 85.8
S years g 1611.0 129.5 103.0 168.2
High 13 , 12.3 89.8 111. 71 1
Low 1083 , 18.1 18.3 81.8 85.9
High 1830 303.4 141.8 281.8 .$
Low 1930 118.8 86.4 14S.S 214.1
Statesman
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at fault will reprint that
part of an advertisement In
which the typographical
mistake occurs.
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the right to reject objec
tions! advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classification.
GIFT SUGGESTIONS
SALEM Linen Gifts 18c and up.
Greenbauras, 240-246 N. Com'L
FOB HIM gloves, luggage, billfolds,
belts, all good leather goods, Sliafer'a,
170 S. Com"!.
BICYCLES, velocipedes new and
used. Harry W. Scott, 147 S. Com'L
CHRISTMAS Flowers, cut or potted,
holly. Olson. Florist. Tel. 7166.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE T'nlversal -wood range.
Also 13x12 nig. 5S1 N. 21st-
FOR StI.E Old uners 10 m bun
Ho Statesman office.
Christmas trees 10c and up deliv
ered. Geo. Cree. 1775 Front.
CLOSE-OUT on miniatures and elec
tric trains, Ramsdeu's, 113 S. High.
NEW TAPPAN RANGE3
LATE MODEL
ONLY 189.00 INSTALLED
A REAL CHRISTMAS GIFT
PORTLAND GAS & COKE CO.
1.S6 -S. HIGH
Christmas tree? last day. Good trees
at low i rices.
350 N. High
.100 fresh cut CVristmas trees, all
sizes, r Ir bourlis, be bundle, (jedar.
holly, mistletoe. Will deliver anytime
anyulur- In city. 1 i . Front.
TRADE Miscellaneous
Good bicycle fir wood. Phone 4316.
Wanted to trade garage work for
wood or what have you? 9 80 S. Com'L
Street.
WANTED Miscellaneous
Cash paid for used furniture, stoves.
etc Tel. 3593.
MISCELLANEOUS
Best haircuts, adults 20c: children.
15C. 303 S. winter.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Patton s book stare.
Nice
furn. apt., bath, teat, 520
Union.
Lovely 3 room apt, 1580 Center.
Apts.. $10-212. 891 N. Com'L St
Nice fro it ant.. 658 Cente-.
FOR RENT HOUSES
7 R. mod. stucco home on Broadway,
Uall 1099 f r. Fifth street.
Furn. aid unfurn. houses. R. A
Forkner, 1610 N. Cottage. Tel. 3031
FOR RIWT 4 room house, nartlv
furnished, writh garage Tel. 5977.
Furn. cot., $10. Moses, 331H State.
Here it is lust finished. 1S95 N.
ISth St. Ysur husband can afford to
buy this beautiful 5 room up to the
minute house. Small down payment.
Balance like rent See owner. 1435
K. 18th. Tl. 4277.
S rra. modern house and one acre.
view property and excellent soil, $2,
500, will ajll like rent.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN
175 Bouth High Street
Houses, $10, 20. Moses. 331 V4 State.
Mod. 6 R. brlrk house. Tel. 5123.
FOR SALE Real Estate
1 A. 1H ml. east on Garden R., new 5
room house, bath, fireplace, lij.'hts and
electric pump, frnrage, small barn and
rhlcken house, 12900. $100 down
IS A. 14 cultivated, 5 room house,
barn, garage, large chicken house,
brooder house, well, woven wire fenc
ing. A bargain at 11400.
KELVIN JOHNSON
!75 State Street Phono 6796.
LOOK
It's up to me to sell or be foreclosed
on following property. Choice lot cost
$800. Will sell for $310. House, 7
rooms, cost $3500. Sell for $1250. Farm
35 A. Sold once for $3500. Take $2250.
Well Improved farm, 34 5 A. sold for
$22,000. You can buy it for $11,000;
terms. For the best bargains, SEE
BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State
STOCK RANpH (TRADE)
687-acres, 540 plow land, good pas
ture and timber, 10-R. house with bath
and elfcctrli lights. Large barn, hold
140 bead stock. Poultry home and etc.
Well located. Trade for smaller place.
A DANDY BUY
$1400.00 will buy this nice 15-acres,
all good sandy loam snll. 13-A. cult.
6-R. house, barn, garage and etc. Bet
ter look this over.
JAS. I. SEARS. R altor
132 South High P.r.-t
OUR CHRISTMAS S?'::CIAL
Kxtra fine 7 niom li-; ?.- on. large
i-orner lot. aVuV iri e f siiruba and
flowers. $10,000 n !:-. Prii-ed for lm
mediate sale at Will accept easy
terms. Mljrht consider two properties
of lesser value.
CHILDS A MILLER. Realtors
244 State Street Phone $708
ACREAGE
20 acres, cherries, pears, evergreen
blackberries ; 3 ml. from Salem, elec-
trtcity ; aa $1,000 place for $4,000.
Easy term a See me about this.
H. C SHIELDS
Rail PatMta
Oregon Bldg. TeL S9M
EXCHANGE Real Estate
EXCHANGE
t family apartment bouse close la on
rood corner In N. Salem, showing gooi
income. Price 15500. Owner will ac
cept small house or acreage In ex
change.
SEE lira Ellis with
CHILDS MILLER, Realtor
34 4 State Street Phone 0708.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Small Improved
S31U State.
acreage. Moses,
Business Opportunities
Restaurant for sale, at Inventory on
account of Illness. 897 N. Com'L
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Turkeys, geese, ducks, chickens.
Alive or dressed. Salem Poultry Co.,
255 E. Miller. Tel. 8701.
Gentle work horses, 2 larg-e mules,
trial allowed. 519 N. Front St.
MONEY TO LOAN
PERSONAL LOANS
MADE on furniture, care, salaries
or other stood security. Repayable
monthly. When In financial need see
us before closing a loan.
GENERAL INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
First National Bank Biig. Phone 1518.
'Bells of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
Is really, really different.
TOO GET THE FTJIX
AMOUNT OF LOAN
IN CASH
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
STRICT PRIVACY
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS 110 to 1300
Beneficial Loan
Society
OF SALEM
Room lit New Bltgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BT STATE
51 a SUte St TeL 8-T-4-8
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Contracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce youi paymeate
Yon keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
Phone 4732 Saiem. Ore.
JfONET FOR "tHh"' HOLIDAYS
We advance cash to salaried people
on plain notes. Easy monthly repay
ment plan, our service Is quick, cour
teous and confidential.
STATE LOAN COMPANY
212 Oregon Bldg., Second Floor
Office hours 10:00 A. M. to 6:30 P. M.
Telephone 7783 State License 3-1(5
LOANS WANTED
WANTED
A loan for 3 years, 32000 to 32300,
on modern Salem residence.
CHILDS A MILLER, Mtge. Loans
344 State Street Phone 6708
FOR SALE WOOD
Carll Saggle for dry fir. oak. ash
and maple. Reasonable prices. Phone
3739.
16" old fir. $4.25. TeL (463.
GUARANTEED DRY wood coal
TeL 5000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade
Cottage.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, or!
and fuel elL Call on us tor price We
give good measure, good quality ana
good eervlce.
I.AItMEB TRANSFER A STORAGK
Teleohen 3131
Wood of all kinds. Tel. 8932.
Ash. fir and oak. TeL 5641.
16 in. 2nd growth, $4, 16 In. old fir,
34.25. Phone 6136.
Old fir IS". 2 25. Dial 7800.
Dry wood at Tracy a Phone 39(6.
Good wood, flepres. prices. TeL 9789.
Dry oak. $5.50, fir, $5. Tel. 8765.
Old f'r 16", 24.15 Dial 38S5.
L0ST. A?JP. f .?UNP
LOST Pair rimless glasses. In black
ease Sunday. Reward. Return to
Statesman.
T,oST Purple umbrella. Tel. 71F4.
FOR SALE USED CARS
McKATS USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
1223 Ford Rd. - ..$ 15.00
1927 Ford Touring 65.00
1927 Olds Sedan 145.00
1528 Velle Sedan 14 5.00
1930 Ford Sport Rd. 245.00
1930 Ford Sport Coupe 275.00
1931 Ford Coupe 325.00
CHEVROLETS
925 Sedan 85.00
928 Coupe 165.00
929 Sedan 285.C0
930 Sport Roadster 275.00
930 Coach io.uu
931 DeLuxe Sport Roadster .. 375.00
Soeclal 128 Stude Sedan. lists ror
$325.00 in Blue Book. Our price $213.00
TERMS TKAUtLS
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
333 Center Phone 3189 430 N. Com'L
SALEM USED CAR CENTER
Even in cold weather these prices
isi Ford Std. Cpe.. overhauled -$315.
921 Deluxe Road., low mileage jza.
1930 Ford Tudor 8edan, recon-
ditloned --
929 Ford Cie.. new rings, paint 175.
1928 Ford Phaeton with lie
1927 T Ford Tuior, lie 75.
924 T Ford Touring, lie.
10R T TVnrd fiw. as Is 2s-
928 Buick Std. Coupe
1926 Buick Std. Coupe
1930 A A Ford truck, duals 3..
1928 AA Ford truck, four speeds
transmission
1928 Chev. Truck, four speeas
transmission
1922 Chev. Panel delivery iau.
See LArry or unsnra
At Marion Liberty Streets
TeL 7910
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
POLLY AND HER
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Interesting; Facts
2
Shopping Days
Until
Christmas
Jupiter Is equal to 1200 of our
worlds.
O
Saturn has 12 moons ought to
be a fine place for moonlight lovera
O
The super-dreadnought "Pensyl
vanla", of the United States navy
is 408 feet long. Her main battery
has twelve 14 Inch guns. Her crew
comprise a thousand officers and
men.
O
United States Is larger than all
Europe not including Russia.
FOR SALE USED CARS
Chevrolet truck. 4 speed. 156 Front.
STOCK MARKETS CO
NEW YORK, Dec. 22. (AP)
The spirit that should go with the
approach of Christmas was absent
from today's financial markets as
stocks, commodities and many
bands sold oft with rather decided
unanimity of direction.
In stocks, net losses ranged
from fractions to more than 3
points. New York Central was
down 3H net. Union Pacific lost
as much, while Santa Fe, South
ern Pacific, Northern Pacific and
Lackawanna dropped 1 to about
2. Westinghouse. Allied Chemical,
Case, American Telephone, United
Aircraft and Peoples Gas tumbled
2 to almost 4. Pressure against
the U. S. Steel stocks was less se
vere, the preferred holding its de
cline to a point.
The market started hopefully,
for "beer issues" were stimulated
by overnight news of the house
vote. But the list had so little
staying power that it was moving
downward by the end of the first
half hour when rails had begun to
weaken. Sales of 1,297,1558 shares
were the largest since November
14.
Domes' Turkeys
Win Grand Prize
At Oakland Show
Henry W. Domes of McCoy
broke all records for wins in any
exclusive turkey show at the na
tional meet and exhibit at the
Northwest Turkey show in Oak
land, Ore., this month. Domes
showed his Whit Hollands, and
of the 813 turkeys exhibited, 183
were that breed.
Domes won grand champion
ship of the entire show; mister
breeder's display honors, which
carry the governor's cup; sweep
stakes display; champion young
torn of the show; champion year
ling torn of the show over all
breeds entered.
Turkeys were exhibited from as
far east as New York, from many
middlewestern states and Idaho,
California and Washington.
Radio
Program
FRIDAY, DBCZMSB 23
KOACJ CorvaJUs 650 Ke.
7:00 Morning Meditations, led by Ker
Harold Howard.
8:00 Morning concert.
12 :00 arm hour.
2:30 Dentiktry end Health.
8:00 Mrs. Ji. E'.lwood Smith 'Books
Worth Reading Aloud te the
Family."
8:30 As You Like It wlU Anthoay
Enwar.
4:00 Farm Market Reports.
T:00 O. E. Schuster "Planting a Not
Orchard.
T:15 A. 8. Burrier "Cost ef Kstab
lishiag and Caring for the Young
Walnut Orchard.'
T:40 Prof. E. E. Bosworth "Store
Organisation.
8:13 Anthony Euwer: Philosopher of
the Crossroads.
KGW Portland 620 Ko.
8 :00 Organ.
8:30 Crosscuts of the Day.
9:15 Cooking school.
9:45 Arion trio.
10:00 Msrtba Meade society.
10:15 School of rookery.
10:U0 Woman's Magazine of the Air.
12:15 Western Farm and Home hour.
2:00 Mrs. Skeels' Better English talk.
2:30 Christmas Bazaar.
3:4.' Yay Fmser's Studio Party.
4:15 Royal Vafrsbonds.
4:30 Hotel Hollenden Crystal Room
orch estra.
4:55 Mahdi the Magician.
5:10 Sport Champions.
5:15 Barbara Pittoek.
6:00 First Nighter.
7:00 Big Six of the Air.
7:45 Wanda Hawlsy Style sad Screes
PALS
ILIWrj THREE PLIIiJTS
i ELEVEN, UNK.' ) 1 HOW COtviE ) le-wJ U COLOR-BLIND? DKNED) L"!T7""V
(rS rE AjIj:f f ASH IS IN (COLC-aj I SEB WHV THATv lA ASH THINKS ALU K
mll!M IHH Cr lsaa- II
ALL GRAINS FALL ON CHICAGO MART
SMALL TURKEYS IN GREAT DEMAND
Markets Flurried by
Stop-Loss Orders
Piling in
CHICAGO, Dec. 22 (AP)
Flurried by an outbreak of stop
loss selling orders by holders of
corn future deliveries, all grains
plunged downward today.
The entire list of corn future
contracts broke the season's low
price record, and so too did May
and July wheat. July oats
equalled their previous low. Indi
cations a Chicago trader had let
go of a big line of corn were
largely responsible tor unsettle-
ment of the corn market.
Corn closed unstable at about
the day's bottom figures, -
1 5-8 under yesterday's finish.
wheat 4 to 1 1-8 down, oats
1-8 to ft off.
Today s closing quotations:
Wheat: Dec. 43 to 5-8; May
AS hi to 3-8; July 45 to 3-8
Corn: Dec. 21; May 26 to
7-8; July 27.
Oats: Dec. 15; May 18 7-8;
July 17.
General Markets
PKODTJCB EXCHAVOB
PORTLAND, Ore.. Dec. 22. (AP)
Produce exchange, net price: Batter
Extras 28e, standards 25e, prim firsts
25c, firsts 24e. Err Fresh extras 34
2Je. mediums 22-23c.
Portland Grain
PORTLAND, Ore.. Dae.
33. ( AP)
Low Close
.40 .40
Wheat Open High
December 40 tt .40 V,
Mar 43 H .43
July 44 .44 7s.
.44 H .44 H
Cash wheat: No. 1 Big Bend blues tern
50: dark hard winter. 12 per cent .43,
11 per cent .48 Vi; soft white, hard win
ter .40; western white, northers spring
.1)9; western red .B8V.
Oats No. 2 white $17.
Corn No. 2E yellow 17.
Millrun Standard Sit.
Portland Livestock
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 22. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 100. calves 110; steady.
Steers, 600 to WjO pounds, good $5
3 50, medium $4.25-5, common $2.75-4.25;
000 to 1100 ponnds, good $4.75-5.25,
medium $4-4.75, common $2.50 4; 1100 to
loOO, good $4.50-4.75, medium $3.50
4.50. Heifers, 550 to 850 pounds, good
$4.25-4.75. common $2.50-3.50. Cows,
good $3.2$ 3.50, common and medium
$2.25-3.25, low cutter and cutter $1-1.25.
Bulls, yesrlings excluded, good and
choice (beef) $2.25-3; cutter, common
aid medium $1 50-2.25. Vealers, milk
fed. eood and ehoico $5-5.50, medium
SS.75-5. cull and cidod $2-3.75. CaWes,
2!0 to 500 pounds, f d and choice $2.75
5, common and med.uin $2 3.75.
Hogs Receipts 250; weaker
Light lights, 140 to 160 pounds, good
and choice, $3-3.75. Lifhtwelghts, 100
to 180 pounds. 33.50 3.75; 180 to ZOO
pounds, $3.50 3.75. Medium weight, 200
to 220 poands. $8,25 3.75; 220 to 250
pounds $3-8.75. HearTweights, 250 to
290 pounds, $2 65 3.85; 290 to 350
pounds, $2.65-3.35. Packing sows. 275 to
500 pounds, medium and good, $2.50-8.
Feeders-stockers. 70 to 180 pounds, good
snd choice. $2.50-3.
Sheep and lambs Receipts 125; steady.
Lambs, vo ponnds down, gooa ana
choice $4.75-5. medium $3.50-4.75. all
weights common $2.50-3.50. xearbsg
wethers, 90 to 110 ponnds, medium to
choice $1.25 3. Ewes, 90 te 120 pounds,
medium to choice $1.25-1.50; 120 to ISO
pounds, medium to choice, $1-1.25; all
weights, call to common sue Ji.
Portland Produce
Portland. Ore.. Dec. 22. (AP)
Butter Prints. 92 score or better 28e,
stanoaras ne. . ...
Fees Pacific Poultry Producers' sell-
inc prices: Fresh extras 24c. standards
22c. mediums 22e. pullets 32a.
y-1 . a- su I
t&ilers: Country killed hopt, bet batch-
en, under 150 poundi, 5-5 y e pound
vealera. 80 to 100 pounds, 7-7 He. lambs
8-9c, yearling 5e. besry ewes s-4c, ean
ner cows 2 Sc. bulls 4-4e.
Nnts Oregon walnuts 15-19c pound.
peanuts 10c, lirsuls 12-14c, aimonas io
18c. filberts 20-22c. pecans 30.
Cascara bark Buying price, 1932 peL
3c pound.
Hooa Nominal. 1932. 26 28a pound.
Butterfat Direct to shippers: Station.
23-27e. Portland delivery prices: thur-
inr eream 25-27e. sweet cream higher.
Lire poultry Buying price: Heavy
hens, colored, 4H pounds, 11c; do me
ilium lie: lirhU 9c: SDrin?. licht. 11-
12e. heavy 10c: old roosters 5c; dacks.
Poklni 8a: reesa Sc.
Onions Selline price to retailers: Ore
gon 31.10-1.25 cental, Yakima $1 cental.
Potatoes Local os-7o orange do,
Deschntes Gems $1.15, Yakima Gams 85c
11 10 rents L
Wool 1932 clln. nominal: Willamette
valley 12-15e pound, eastern Oregon 10
Hit Euin Drica from producer: Al
falfa $11.50 12, elover $9 9.50. eastern
Oregon timothy 16.50, oats an vaten
$10.50-11.
Chat.
8:00 Amo 'n' Andy.
8:15 Night Bong.
10:15 Archie Presby's Scrapbook.
10:20 Joe Barros' orchestra.
11:00 Hoot Owls.
KOIN Portland 940 He.
6:00 KOIW Klock.
SO Oolden Melodies.
9-00 Boddv Harrod's orchestra,
CBS.
9:15 Colombia Educational feature.
CRS.
J0:00 Ueorre Hall's orchestra. CBS.
1 1 :00 American Hehool of the Air. CBS.
11:30 Philadelphia Symphony. CBS.
3:00 Feminine Farcies, DLE3.
4:15 Christmaa parade.
5:30 March of Time, CBS.
6:00 All American Football ' .
7:00 Mnaio That Satisfies. CBV .
7:30 Chandu the Magician.
8:00 Colombia Symphony, CBS.
9:30 Symphonic Interludes.
10:15 Sport Flashes.
10:30 Jack and Jill's orchestra.
11 120 Dancing With the Stars. DLE3.
Over
Salem Markets
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, S1-S6 per
hundred.
Surplus f 1.10.
(If ilk baled om semi-monthly
butterfat average.)
Butterfat Sweet, 27c;
oar, 25c.
Batter Cubes, Sftc;
prints, 28c.
'SUIT AJTO TEOKTABLZS
Prices paid to growers by Salem buyers
Doctmber 2
(The prices below, supplied by e local
grocer, sre indicative e( the daily market
bat ere bo gagraateed br The Statesman)
Carrots, dot. .60
Croea peppers, Calif., lb. .10
Cabbage, lb .03
Onions, doi. bnnchs
.25
.75 to 1.00
1.10
1.00
3.10
2.76
.83
.80
.li
.01
1.50
fots toes, local
Sweat potatoes, crate . ....
Celery hearts, des.
Lettuce. Calif.
Tomatoes, hothouse, srate-
Onions, Walla Walls
Oaions. Labish, cwt.
Danish saussh. des. ...
Hubbard squash, lb. ... . .
Parsaips, hundred
Apples
K
lags. ba.
.45
.50
S3
.St
.
1.00
1.7$
1.50
.IS
. 11.00
.1.75 te 2 00
.8.00 to 4.00
.75
.7
Spits saber gs
Northers Spy
Ortlsyt
Jonathsas
Delicious
Cssliflower. Calif., crate
Rutabagas, hnndred
Cranberries, retail, lb.
Cranberries, "ubl.
Orange, p.p.
Oranges, fancy
Beet. Calif., dos.
Turnips, Calif., dos.
Bptsaea, CsUU lo.
.10
.05
.23
.3T
.20
Persimmons, retail
Grsrves. Calif.. I lbs.
HOP!
Top. 1932. IV
Top. 1931. Ib. -.
Eaos
Baying Prices
Extra
Standards -
Uedlums
Pallets
potarT
Old roosters -Colored
hen
Medium hens
Light bans
Bakes
Light fryers
Tnrksyi. dressed, top
Docks. White Pekins, allTe
Geese, top, alWe
MEAT
I ambs, top ,
Hogs, top ,
Hogs, first cuts .
Steers -
Cows
Heifers
Dressed real, top
Dressed bojrs
GHAIX AJTD RAT
Whest. western red
White. No. 1
Barley, top, ton .. ,
Oats, wbite, ton
Oats. gray, top, ton
(lay. buying prices
Oats and retch, ton
T.OO te T.S0
9.00 te 10.00
Alfalfa, valley. 1st eat
WOOl.
?tfedlnm
I f'oarse
Uohair
.no market
New OH leers Will
Start Work Jan. 2
State, city knd county officers
elected last November take office
Monday, January 2, despite the
fact this is a legal holiday. Attor
ney General Van Winkle held yes
terday. The opinion was request
ed by District Attorney Francis V,
Galloway of Wasco county. The
law provides tnat an oillcers
elected at the general election In
I VT-omKo wlf V, ,. .ontUn .f
I v"-
governor and members Of the
tgte lelslature. assume office the
first Monday the following Janu
ary..
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AMERICAN THREAT IN BRITISH GRAND NATIONAL
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Noel Lalng, weH-ksowa American gentleman Jockey,
is shown aa ha took Mrs. T. H, Somerville's "Trouble
maker" over the hurdles as ha get the jumper in
ahapa for the British Grand National steeplechase.
His Head'
High Point on Drjessed
Turkeys is 15c in
Portland Mart
PORTLAND. Dec. 22 (AP)
-Although the high point on
dressed turkeys was nominally
advanced to 15 cents a pound on
hens today, scarcely enough busi
ness was closed at that mark to
establish the price, dealers here
stated.
The scarcity of hens was said
to be due to the desire 4f the
average consumer to purchase
small birds. The exception is the
small young torn weighing from
10 to 13 pounds. The total cost
of the bird appears to be what
creates the demand for these,
and sales are being made up to
14 cents although the general top
for toms is above 13 cents.
There Is no shortage of tur
keys here, although small sixes
are not overly plentiful. Some of
the leading handlers have refus
ed to take on additional supplies
of large toms.
Honor Students For
Last 30 Days Given
HAZEL GREEN, Dec. 2:.
The honor roll for the third
month as follows: Upper room,
Beatrice Johnson, Bernard Ziel
inskl, Alexander Sharp, Frank
Johnson, Jr., Ralph Smith, Alice
Montandon, Maxine Wolf, Ber
nlce Lehrman, Katherlne Montan
don, Beulah Cocfk, Waldo Gilbert,
Yoshiye Yoshlki; primary room,
Charlotte Massle, Shirley S. John
son, Archie Rutherford, Irene
Wacken.
O
Because he could no longer bear to
see her suffer from an incurable
disease, Robart B nice J onah ( above )
of Newton, Mas killed his 60-
5 ear-old foster mother, Amanda
onah, with a hammer and a razor.
Then, deciding that his 58-year-old
foster father, Charles Jonah, would
suffer mental anguish on the loss
of his wife, Robert killed him too,
after which he attempted suicide
by slashing his wrists. The boy is
19. a former basketball star at
Newton High School.
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4.25 j . "". I
3.50 r
3 25 I (
.0$ to .04 1. .: t.
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.02 te .03 1 1 :1
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04 .
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14.00
18.00 to 19.00 -, 1
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BUTTER TRADE Ml
OH STEADIER KEEL
PORTLAND, Dec. 22. (AP)
Butter receipts continue to reflect
decrease, a direct result of the
late congestion at country points
due to the storm. Local churn
ing was also showing a loss, and
for the same reason.
No change in butter prices was
reflected either for cubes on the
produce exchange or on tha open
market. Trade in general waa con
sidered fully steady but apparent
ly no desire on the part of former
manipulative interests to try the
trick again.
The demand for butterfat re
mains very strong and prices in
general were held at the extreme
point both by centralizers and by
country creameries.
Market for eggs reflects con
tinued steadiness locally with lit
tle change showing along the Pa
cific slope. Eastern markets are
inclined to show some weakness
and price loss in spots.
Chickens retained their formes'
steadiness and even strength in
spots for lire fowls during the day.
There was no change in prices and
most sorts moved out promptly.
There is a real scarcity of qual
ity geese but this not felt gener
ally because there is plenty of or
dinary quality and other fowls,
and especially turkey, continue at
very low prices. Ducks are steady.
Egg Production is
Low on Coast and
Prices Hold Firm
CORVALL13. Dec. 2 (AP)
A sharp decline In' production of
eggs on the Pacific coast the past
week, helped to keep coast prices
unchanged with markets firm, de
spite weakness in white eggs at
New York, according to a weekly
review Issued today by the state
college extension service and the
federal market bureau.
Instead of showing a moderate
seasonal increase, production ac
tually dropped off 7 per cent, the
report said, probably largely be
cause of the cold wave which ex
tended through California where
the decrease was more pronounc
ed. $10 School Fund
Must be Paid, Rule
Levies by county courts for the
county school fund should be
made with a view of producing a
minimum of f 10 per capita for all
school children in the county, as
required by a 1919 statute, A'tor
ney General I. H. Van Winkle held
in an opinion handed down Thurs
day. Many counties levied for tbe
110 minimum, C. A. Howard, su
perintendent of public instruction,
announced in asking the opinion,
but decreased returns resulted in
the sum produced falling short of
the J10.
Van Winkle held that county
courts, when levying a tax for the
school fund, should take into con
sideration probable shrinkage be
cause of tax delinquencies, and
make the levy sufficient to actu
ally produce the sum provided
i for in the act.
In cases where the farmer re
ceives in cash less than 13 cents a
bushel for corn and must pay $10
or more a ton for average soft
coal, says the University of Min
nesota, he can afford to burn corn.
Troublemaker will ba the only American-bred horse
in the classic this year. Both its owner and rider
believe it will make plenty of trouble for the nativa
entries in the event.
By CLIFF STERRETT