The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 15, 1933, Page 2, Image 2

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OTTFRIinCPftn 1 ITALIAN, AIR, FLEET'SETdFOR HORfTO CHICAGO it RH0I1T' WfllliC WFfTiM I POOR G1RL ONLY 53000 A MONTH T I H HSuOGlATiQll
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ITALIAN AIR FLET SETFOR HOP TO CHICAGO:
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JJrider List ApproYedt)y
, : Hanzenand Meier
"(Continued from page 1)
fund Of tha fonartmant alra&dr
bad bug reduced to the boneTand
and that any further cuts or di-
Scott' aald he stilt maintained
-that tho redaction la motor re
hldo licenses should not exceed
IS t-I per cent
Senator Punne. chairman of
tho roads aad hfghwaya commit
tee, declared that the proposed
- "serrieo eharg dlrereion of
state aishway funds was unfair,
and that it would ho resisted by
erry member of the joint roads
and highways committor.
R.1B. DUlehunt. dean of the
nnlrerslty medical school, appear
ed before the committee and re
q aested an appropriation of 111,
174 tor the establishment and op
eration of a traveling psychiatric
citato. Be inchested that a psy
chlatrte hospital might be sought
wheat normal conditions were re
stored. Tho committee rejected a pro
' sed appropriation of $10,000
for 'the state probation commis
sion, and decided to defer any ac
tion toward the construction of a
nurses dormitory at the state tu
berculosis hospital here until the
next legislative session.
Considerable discussion follow
ed a motion by Representative
Gordon that the members of the
ways and means committee act as
a unit on the floor of the legisla
tnre In connection with all bills
reported oat favorably. The mo
tion was opposed by Senators
Jones and Abrams and Represent
atives Snider and Walker.
Adverse reports will be filed by
the ways and means committee in
connection with a large number
of salary redaction bills. It was
brought out that these salary re
ductions were covered in the
schedule of salary and wage cuts
adopted by tho ways and means
committee early in the legislative
session.
H KELLER f 0
HSMCED
(Continued from pace 1)
tlon. Tho five men received a
blanket tine of $10,000 and costs
were assessed against them.
Keller was sales counsellor of
the Ill-fated Empire Holding cor
poration whose activities were re
vealed in a series of articles pub
lished la The Statesman.
Subsequently Keller was tried
for devising a scheme to defraud.
He was found guilty and sen
tenced to three years in the state
penitentiary. He has been out on
bond while his case was appealed
to tho state snpremo court where
it will presently be argued.
Officers of the Empire Holding
corporation were indicted but O.
P. Coshow, president, and Jay
Stockman, counsel, were tried and
found not guilty.
SCW DEATH TO
BE PROBED FULLY
(Continued from page 1)
with tho boxer's death. As a re-
salt Billy Caranaugh, West Point
boxing coach who retereed the
.match; the judges. William Dunn
and Tommy Shortell: Dr. William
Walker, the commission physician
who examined and passed Schaaf
as la perfect condition before the
fight, were among those Inter
viewed.
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Route of Hass Formatiom- Flskt to Chicago
If pre eat plut are adhered to, a great ltaliaa air arasada of 24 saaelsaai will take off froas OrtebelW
luiy, ea May 24, the aaairersary of Italy's entry late the WerU War, fee af sht acresa the AUeatie, U
altiauiU goal the Chicago Century of Progresa Exposition. Uader the direcWe of Ceeeral Itale BeJbe,
youthfol Air Minuter, plae have bera yrepared far the seost asabitieaa ventare ia the hUtory ef aviatiesw
CeaeraJ Balbe himself wUI lead the flight, as he led the arevkma asaas lifht fseaa Rome to Braxil fas Do
cemher. 1930. Tha eUaea to be sued will be ef the type employed ia the Braxil flight, Each craft oarries
two pilots, a mechanic and a radio operator. The soap
Injunction Bit) is set for
This Afternoon; Chain;;
Store tax Advised
chaaic and a radio operator. The seaplaaes, deeigaed aa besAbera, have a Large cargo capacity
which, la war-time, would bejued for explosives bat la this iastaace WrUI be etbbsed for carryiag extra
' or eagiaaa, icetaaa, weeaiaaa, newtoaaaiaaa asta
f..l tl .Mk,kU mi, f i imuU will he kv of Eavlaad. leelaad. Creeataad. 1
New York, thea, by way of the Great Lakes, to Chicago. The sasse ttMroafhaese that smarked Ceaeral
Balbo't man forma boa flight ef elerea plaaes to BraxU Is helag displayed ia this mere amhitieaa roa
ture. For some months past, Italiaa air officers have beea aaakiag oheerraHeas oa clime tie ceadhioae evet
the North Atlantic so that aothiag aaay be left to chaace fas iasariag tho swccess ef tha flight with the seaxft
: ef set ets.
OH HOUSE PUTS
DKEH ON BEER BILL
The Call
Board
By OLIVE M. DOAK
Tho Capitol
Today Kent Taylor and
Lona Andre in Zane Gray's
"Mysteriona Rider."
The Lslnoro '
Today Walter Hastoa la
"American Uadaess.
Friday Ann Harding and
Leslie Howard la "The An-
imal Kingdom".
The Grand
Today Spencer Tracy in
"Faca In tha Sky".
Thursday David Manners in
"Tho Crooner".
Friday Vaudeville and Re
gis Tooney on the screen
in "State Trooper-
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wm NOT
(Continued from pax 1)
ing because content of homo
made beer is so much more alco
holic than 3.2 beer, homo con
sumers will want their own pro
duct. He said the Beckman bin
by dividing revenue equally with
tha state and counties gave far
too ranch income to the counties
where breweries and wholesale
distributors were located.
Representative Lewis scored
provisions in the bill providing
for ssle in retail stores and on
public conveyances. "This Is put
ting saloons on wheels" ho said
"and Instead of Tegulatlng the
traffic as we did In the old days
it permits beer's sale where wom
en and children go to max a pur
chases." Forecasts Repeal of
Confutation! Ban
Representative Hall, In sarcas
tic Teln, derided statements ot
previous speakers. Ho preaictea
certain repeal of tho state's con
stitutional prohibition sections as
well as the downfall of tho nation
system of handling tho liquor
traffic. Ho reiterated statements
of sereral days ago that repeal of
tha, Anderson act left the state
without any legislation to handle
tha liauor business.
Renresentatlve Wyers opposea
th hill as one too liberal in gir-
in Dermission to retailers to sell
beer, thus paring the way for tho
return of tho saloon. He neia tne
measure did not throw sufficient
safeguards around the possible
advent of the saloon.
Dr. Dammasch said beer was
now being produced nnder unsan
itary conditions and held tho new
measure would giro tne public a
better product. Representative
Paget denied that bo liquor sta
tutes now were in the Oregon law
and cited the state police bureau
as evidence.
As a "matter of personal exper
ience" Representative Kelley
held X.t per cent beer was good
and opined it would soon elimin
ate homo brew.
Representative Abrams deriaea rjf J
tho allegedly puny tax provisions lUregOTV flBlS
or. tne oiu ana raisea me question
of whether or not tho legislators
could define "non-Intoxicating li
quor."
Representative Walker brougnt
the debate to a close with cita
tion of numerous figures In the
Importance ef tho hop industry to
Oregon. Ho predicted certain
passage by congress of legislation !
enabling beer to bo sold nnder
tho Volstead act.
Tho house gallery was filled 1
throughout tho debate.
I
FIGHT BUDGET COT
(Continued from page 1)
that for tho past seven years the
district tax levy had been nearly
stationary, ranging from lt.S to
1S.8 mills. A 29 iter cent reduc
tion, coupled with tax delinquen
cies, would leave the district with
little money to operate on and
would enforce extreme curtailment
of tho school program, he asserted.
Aside from scrutinising pro
posed legislation, tho board ap
pointed Mrs. David A. Wright, one
of tho directors, aa Its delegate to
the initial dinner of tho newly
formed high school senior honor
society, to be held March 1.
Purchase of IB aew noiseless
typewriters, costing a total of
J650, for use of tho high school
commercial department, was authorised.
i HOLDUP
SHARE
CONFESSED
(Continued from page 1)
tha state penitentiary beginning
throe-year sentence for his part ta
the attempted holdap, which Mr.
Layman frustrated by grabbing a
gas and opening fire-on the pair
of yoang mea who demanded his
money. Fennych was weundad and
quickly caught but his partner
escaped.
Tha charge against Alia way is
attempted robbery- armed with a
dangerous weapon. State police
said ho admitted baring partici
pated in tho holdap and having
taken the gun used by Fennych
when tho latter was shot by Lay
man. Allaway ta reported to have
said ho ia now on parole from a
sentence for forgery and that the
gun used at Woodburn was stolen
from a Salem dwelling. x
Also arrested by state police at
Turner early Tuesday were Law
rence Allaway. brother of Gordon
Allaway. and Joe Harris, Jr., who
are charged with petty larceny.
Tho two lads allegedly atolo gro
ceries from in front of tha Leo
Barber store at Turner. They were
riven into custody of airs. Nona
White, county probation officer.
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Not Guilty to
Assault Charge
Roger Gregory, indicted for as-
sanlt with a dangerous weapon
as result of shooting episode la
front ef tho George Richardson
homo December SI, pleaded not
guilty before Judge McMahan
yesterday morning.
Dattt for tho trial win bo set
later.
YOUNG ANGLER DROWNS
BANDON. Ore, Feb. 14 (AP)
Orrilio Hickson, IS, of Bandon
drowned while fishing from a log
boom hero today. At latest re
port efforts of coast guardsmen
to recover the body had been fa
tile. Orrilio was tho son of Bert
Hickson of this city.
ABoOvYR&nhedtre
1OLLYIJO0J
Homo of 5e Talkies
TONIGHT IS DIME NITE
NSWBERG WINS AGAIN
NBWBERO. Ore.. Feb. IT.
(AP) Tha Newberg high aehool
debate team, which fast week tied
with Bearertoa and Salem for
first place is forensic contests at
Linfleld collero, today added to
! its claims for state honors by no
tes tint; Hlllsboro and Eatacada.
-The senate "yesterday roted 14
to S against Senator Upton'a btH
calling for a six-hour day and five
day week oa public contracts. Ia
addition to Uptoa. senators anp
porting tho bill were Dunne, Goss,
Hazlett and Jones.
"This bill involves tho aamo
principle that was threshed out
whoa the eight-hour work day
waa adopted." Senator TJptoa said,
"and there is no reason why this
senate should get excited. Tho
measure is in tho interest of the
unemployed and would go far to
ward correcting our present un
satisfactory labor conditions."
Senators who spoko against tho
hill Included Woodward, Hess,
Chianock and Duncan. Senator
Duncan said the proposed law
would increase highway construc
tion costs approximately 2S per
coat and was not in tho interest
of the workers.
Senator Dunne replied that tho
prorlsions of tho bill already had
beea adopted by tho state high
way commission la connection
with a number of its largo con
struction contracts.
A bill by 8enator Haslett and
others declaring tho policy of tha
state to bo against tho granting of
injunctions la labor disputes was
made a special order of business
for this afternoon. Senator Uptoa
made it plain that tha bill would
not apply in cases' where violence
had been committed and the au
thorities were unable to cone with
the situation.
The senate approved a bill la-
trod need by Representative Snider
providing that 110 miles of tho so-
called "Yellowstone highway" bo
placed oa tha state highway map.
Tho section of highway affected
by the bill ertends from Lakeriew
to Canyon City.
Chaia 8 tore Tax Up
A report of the Interim commit
tee appointed by the 1931 legisla
ture to study tho chain -store situ
ation was filed in the senate yes
terday and later referred to the
committee on assessment and tax
ation. Tha committee recommend
ed that each store, ia oxeess of
tnree, operated by any one per
son or corporation, be taxed at
the rate of 1200 annually. Tha i
port was signed by J. B. Bennett.
Elton wtaklns and John Vac
nlng.
Senator Woodward's bill relat
ing to eraelty to childrea under
the ago of If years was approved.
Persons convicted nnder this mea
sure would bo subject to a fine of
not more than $1000, and a marl
mum Jail sentence of one year.
Approval also was given Sena
tor Dickson's bill authorising tha
chief Justice of tho state supremo
court to appoint a committee of
fire members to prepare forms of
pleadings is ciril suits and ac
tions, foe submission to tho next
legislature.
Moore Murder
Trial Will be
Rural Residents
To Benefit When
Police Get Radio
When tho police short wave ra-
r m y i waeu tne ponce suon wave ra
in MUltnOman transmitted is Installed ta 8a-
lem, rural residents in this neia-
PORTLAND. Ore., Feb. 14.
fAP) William J. Moore, con
fessed slayer of Harold F. O'Con
nor. New York tourist, will bo
tried for murder in Multnomah
eountr unless new and unexpected
derelopments arise. Lotus Lang
ler. district attorney, said hero
today.
Langler made the announce
ment after ho had received a let
ter from Joha Baker, prosecutor
in Hood Rirer county, who said
aa inreatlgatlon by his office had
failed to substantiate Moore's
claim that he had killed O'Connor
at a drinking fountain at Vlonto
state park in Hood Rirer county.
State police also failed to find any
evidence to confirm Moore's state
ment.
lty will benefit from tho service
as well as citizens of tho city, po
lice pointed out yesterday ta
seeking attendance at tho dance
to be held at Crystal Gardens to
night from t to IS to obtain mon
ey to purchase tho radio. City
officers will take ealls for police
aid in tho eonatry and transmit
tho messages to state police.
whose ears are now being eq Sip
ped with short ware receivers, it
was pointed out.
Sale of tickets for tonight's
benefit daneo are going wen, ac
cording to Chief Frank Mtnto. To
day his officers will complete
canvass of tho baslnees district
selling tho pasta hoards. .
CHAUFFIUri
MAID - 350
GOVERNESS- l25
FOOD - 600
CLOTHING - 300
MAJNTAINtM&
AFARTMEKT- 700
TRAVELING
Expenses - too
HiscatANtovs-400
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Lucy Cotton
Declariag thai the allows
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Lucctta Thomas
raaee of aar slaatmter. Lasatta. was iassuacieai
ml !! J mm r- s u a L a
or tmm gini aeeai, aw mJmmrj ywas s aomae man mtmmw vvoaij.
reeeatly aetitteaed the New York 3 arrogate Coert to hare the aaseaat
iawreaseef froas $3,000 to $300 per ameath. To the ordinary mortal
who saast lire oa a lot lose than that asawaat for a whole year, the sitaa
tioa aaay seeaa a hit pwszUag, hat the affidavit ef Mrs. Thomas, itemixUg
her daaghters Maheolately accessary enpeadifres for a siagio saoath,
explalae way $300 is not eaeagh for a 7-year-eld child to live ea fee
fear weeks. A few ef the items are shew chore. The tnut faad frees
which the ia cocao Is dartre was created by Lecetta's araadfathor,
Charles Thames, fee her father Edward ReeseO Thomas, acted publisher
aad portsseaa, who died ia 1S28. Mrs. Thomas has beea married aad
divorced twice alaco thea. Safregate James A. Delehaary deaied Mrs.
Thomas' aoiitaoa for tho iaorcceed aUewaaca. tilaf that Lacetta saast
her badge t by catthsf some of her eapoadltarec. Mrs. Thomas
that she caaaot help her daaghtor, as she saast straggle aleag
oa 2000 a year Iwteelt.
Aa. act which aires to the Ore
gon state bar wide powers ia or
ganising Itself to admit, regulate
aad expel Its members, went
through tha lower house at the
session yesterday with rirtually
no opposition.
Tho measure, similar to uut in
effect ta California and other
states, is designed to giro tho le
gal fraternity mora power than
now exists, outside tho ecrta, to
deal with cases et malpractice as
well as to handle standards of ad
mission to tho bar.
Tho bill was Introduced by the
house committee oa Judiciary and
Represents tire Lonergan spoke
ardently for it
Tha organization of the bar.
when effected will ho headed by
aina governors, elected by the
membership - of tho association.
three of tho gorernors coming
from each congreasloaal district in
tho state.
Membership ta tho association
Is made mandatory oa all prac
ticing lawyers and foes are aet at
$3 annually. Inactive members
pay a ft annual fee.
Sfllll LOIN BILLS
y TOW
OB TO FIGHT
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OUTSIDE 01
IS
Delegates to tho Salem Central
Labor council last aight deter
mined oa renewing their cam
paign against sales here of Port
land bakery goods by urging an
Salem merchants not to Tend the
outside products and local resi
dents not to parchaae them. A
Portland baking concern, which
has invaded tho local market,
was placed oa tha unfair list, "be
cause it employs non-union work
men and its salesmen receive rery
low salaries," it was reported.
Tho principles of a local radio
broadcasting station and of "local
currency" wore officially endorsed
by tho council. Farorablo com
ment was paasod oa the antl-ln-Junctloa
hill pending ta tho legis
lature and tho measure limiting
the working week to 41 hoars,
eight hours a day, la all linos of
business except drug stores.
BIS S B E
in
ill
Tho basic science bill, requir
ing ecaminatloa la Qvo funda
mental sciences as a qualiSea
tioa for practicing medicine In
tha state of Oregon, will bo con
sidered ta tho seaate this after
noon under special order of busi
ness. Tho measure was introduc
ed by JtofirosoataUTo Dammasch
Two Families Get
Boy "Valentines"
Two Salem families were the
PToud recipients yesterday or
"valentines': in each case a nne
baby boy. Both were bora at Sa
lem General hospital, tho first to
Mr. and. Mrs. James Preble, at t
a. a aSd second to Mr. aad Mrs.
L. S. Hoxla of 1SS0 JJ street, at
1:33 p.m.
Too Late to Classify
tea Boxes Takhna DcUctaos ancles.
Special o Box. Free delivery. Pur
itan Cider works. West Salem.
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Logts
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Bsfoff, Anita PaTerree Teas.
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They hold fire from eight to ten hours and burn with
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You receive more heat units per dollar and they leave
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v8&S North Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon. ' .
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of Mnltaomah county aad pre
rtonsly was approved in tho
hooso.
Tho bill came before tho sen
ate Taeaday afternoon on a divid
ed report of tho committee on
medicine, pharmacy and dentis
try. Tho majority report, signed
by Senators Booth. Jones and
Woodward, rocommeaed that tha
measure bo approved. The minor
ity report, reco mm ending that
tho bill bo .defeated, was alcned
by Senators Staples and Brown.
somewhat similar bill waa
rejected by tha senate ia list.
Tho measaro now before tho leg
islature waa said to hare receiv
ed tho indorsement of rlrtnallr
an tho physicians ia Oregon and
a number of medical organizations.
Tho senate Tuesday indefinite
ly postponed a bill Introduced by
Senator Dunne regulating the
equipment nsed by scavengers.
Tho legislatire house held up
for a special order of business thia
afternoon a series of bills deal
ing with tho making of small
loans and 'pawnbrokers' advances
la tha state as well as a measure
reducing the rata of Interest
chargeablo on any automobile
contract to 1 per cent a month,
Tho measaro came ont of commit
tee Tnesday oa a divided report
three committee members bold
ing for tho higher interest sched-
ales and two opposing- them. Rep
resentative Dickson is expected to
lead tho move for the reduction
of the Interest rata on the various
types of small loans.
The house also held np consid
eration of the race-track betting
bill. Bepresentatlre Hantinrtoa.
one of the advocates of H. B. 42S
to provide tor licensing and regu
lating racing; and wagering, ask
ed that the bill bo sent to tho
taxation aad revenue committee,
Hero are other similar measures
deaUng with race-track betting.
The measaro was before the house
yesterday on thicd reading, having
received a farorablo majority
committee report.
Local Men Form
Brokerage Firm
Homer H. Smith, Daniel J. Fry
and R. K. Leo Stelner yesterday
filed articles of incorporation
hero tor Rosedale Addition, Inc.
which haa a capital stock of
14009, with if shares at $10
each. Tho concern will deal ia
real aad personal property, haa-
die and plat towns and additions,
and do a general brokerage bust
ness with headquarters in Salem.
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