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Salem has Tough Time With
Dallas Till Near end,
DETROIT. March 16 (AP)
Jim Ixmdos, 202, retained his
claim to the heavyweig ht wrestl
ing championship by throwing
Hans Kampfer, 220, Germany,
i with an airplane spin and body
lam in 43 minutes and 45 sec
onds here tonight.
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lay and M or ley fonnd the range,
J'. was all over hut the shooting;
i ut there were many anxious mo
ments for the home crowd.
Athena Hard Fight
Athena and Tillamook battled
!n much the same fashion. Athe
ns led I to 7 after the first
ruarter, they were deadlocked
rt'13-all at half time. Athena
moved up to 23-15 and Tillamook
rut that lead down to 25-23 in
the third quarter, but' scored only
one field goal in the final round.
Gelssel and Leland Jenkins ran
up Athena's major statistics but
Weber and Lowell Jenkins were
also "hot," and the eastern Ore
gon boys flashed about the court
in a manner to make Salem par
tisans tremble at the thought of
Summaries of night games:
Balem The Dalles
Kelleyl4 P Watson
Wlntermate 16..P 4 Mosier
Thomas C 3 Heath
Engel 2 G 8 Dick
DeJardin 1 G . . . 2 Vandlver
Morley8 S 10 Myles
Referee, Coleman; umpire,
Baumgartner 8..F 8 Lei. Jenkins
Kinnamon 7. . . .P 10 Geissel
VogtlO ...C 6 Weber
Burckard G Lo. Jenkins
Hedlger G Pickett
Thoeni 1 S
Referee, French; umpire, Pl-luso.
SEATTLE, March 16 (AP)
Johnny Pasco, 138, Sacramento
Filipino, knocked out Pat Fran
co, 141, Roseburg, Ore., Italian,
in the second round of a sched
uled six round bout at the White
Center arena tonight. Franco
went down from a left to the
TACOMA, Wash., March 16-
(AP) Leonard Bennett, Detroit
welterweight, won a close deci
sion oyer Lee Paige, New York
negro in the six round main
event of the ring program here
tonight. Bennett weighed 146 and
Idle men are being used to de
velop a botanical park on idle
land at Asheville, N. C. The park
will contain 50,000 rhododendron
WALLA WALLA, Wash., Mar.
16 (AP) Percy Irving of Wal
la Walla, today was elected cap
tain of the Whitman college ba
ketball team for 1933-34. He
played guard last season.
Use Boxcars for Homeless
!n Earthquake Area;
Many are fed
STMTS FOR HOME
NEW YORK, March 16 (AP)
Former President Herbert Hoo
ver started tonight for his home
in Palo Alto, Calif.
Accompanied by his son, Allan,
and Lawrence Rickey, his secre
tary, Mr. Hoover left on the
Broadway Limited of the Penn
The former .president, who has
been here attending to personal
business affairs since he arrived
from Washington March 4, will
stop over tomorrow in Chicago
and spend the night with friends.
Richey said Mr. Hoover would
return to New York within six
weeks to two months to wind up
his business affairs.
LONG BEACH, Cal., March 16.
(AP) Showers were added
late today to troubles of earth
quake "refugees" In Long Beach
More than 3000 persons, most
of whose homes were seriously
damaged in Friday's earthquake,
are still being cared for by the
Red Cross In camps in Long Beach
parks. Many thousand others have
been fed because of lack of fuel
in their homes.
As rain threatened, D. W. Pon
tius, president of the Pacific
Electric Railroad company, had
100 box ears moved Into this area
as makeshift shelter tonight for
those not accommodated by tents.
From a preliminary survey of
the entire area in which 116 lives
were lost and more than $60,'
000,000 damage done, the Red
Cross estimated today 2100 homes
were ruined and 21,000 damaged
In varying degrees.
Depending on contributions to !
its funds, the Red Cross is con-
I centratlng on hospitalization,
I feeding and housing of quake vic
tims, while other agencies seek
funds for- rehabilitation of busi
The organisation announced
that an Incomplete survey of the
region from Santa Ana to La gun a
Beach showed 1800 persons stlir
in seed of aid.
At Los Angeles, the county
board of supervisors ordered a
stringent ordinance drafted to re
quire all future construction in
the county to be "earthquake
ReT." Xd win K. Malkemui and
Joseph Bunch, member ef the
"Good . Government congress.
were arrested tonight on warrants
charging them with criminal syn
dicalism. The arrests were under
stood to -have been made in con
nection with their activities in
the congress. ' .
The county commissioners to
night named Fred - Kelley as
special county Jailer, and ar
rangements were being made to
transfer all persons arrested in
connection with the ballot thefts
from the city to the county jail.
BUB BUCK TO
State penitentiary officials
early this morning stated they
had not yet received advices that
Llewellyn Banks might be
brought to the local institution
Supe.lctendent of Police Char
les P. Pray kept in close touch
with the Medford situation all
day yesterday. He dispatched
three officers from Salem and two
from Eugerre to supplement the
southern Oregon force. Reports
received in the afternoon indi
cated that conditions were quiet
ing down and that the officers
had matters well in hand.
Mrs. Nota Henderson, employe
in the secretary of state's office,
daughter of George Prescott, vic
tim of Banks' shot, left for Med
ford yesterday on receipt of word
of her father's death.
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and by Thursday afternoon had
arranged their 'affairs so that A.
A. Schramm, superintendent of
banking, wired them a license
permitting 100 per cent operation,
subject only to the federal limita
tions against paying out gold or
First Branch Bank
The first CTanch bank to be
recognized under the new state
law is the bank at Philomath
which opened after the holiday as
a branch of the Benton County
State bank at Corvallis. There
was previous community of inter
est, Mr. Booth being cashier of
both banks. The capital stock of
the Benton county bank was in
creased to $75,000 and its direc
torate increased with the addition
of the former directors of the
Philomath State bank.
Both banks at Corvallis, the
Benton County State and the First
National, reopened without re
striction after the holiday.
STANDARD FEED COMPANY
Lots of Parking Space
We Cary a Full Line of Seeds
Garden Seeds Field Seeds Grass Seeds
Progressive Egg Mash, 100 lbs $1.39
Progressive Scratch, 100 lbs $1.20
1933 Egg Maker Mash, 100 lbs. $1.80
Molas-o-Meal, 100 lbs $1.20
Screenings and Molasses, 80 lbs 65c
Rabbit Paks, 100 lbs $1.80
Albers Calf Meal, 25 lbs 95c
3 LIKELY TO
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state police, said Banks told him:
"I shot Prescott, who was try
ing to lorce his way into my
bouse as any burglar would.
L. E. Finch, prominent figure
in the "Good Government con
gress," of which Banks was hon
orary president, was rushed to
a hospital here shortly after the
slaying, where he was treated for
cuts and bruises inflicted, he
said, Then an opponent of the
congress struck him
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them from production, to regulate
markets and processors and en
ter into agreements with packers,
millers and other food manufac
turers to curtail their output in
an effort to force prices upward.
Provisions of the Smith cotton
option contract plan, given a pock,
et veto by President Hoover, were
Incorporated in the measure, as
were modifications of the orig
inal domestic allotment plan. The
commodities which the program
is intended to reach are cotton,
wheat, corn, hogs, cattle, sheep,
rice, tobacco, milk and its products.
FIX PAY BASIS
Oil FIEI I
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11.10, Mr. Reynolds, field repre
sentative for the state relief com
mittee, told the group yesterday.
In -view Of this, the county court
and other members made no
change in the wage.
Attending the conference yes
terday, besides vMr. Reynolds and
members of the eounty court,
were: M. G. Gunderson and Ed
Porter of S 11 vert on. Harry Levy,
Tom Wlndlshar, Judge George
Ross man, J. N. Chambers, Glen
Nile. W. W. Moore, Miss Marie
Wilson, acting executive secretary
of the Red Cross, and her assist
ants, Miss Erma Wiggan and Miss
Road work In the going is giv
ing employment to more than 300
men dally, funds being provided
through the R. F. C. loan.
Are Taken From
LOS ANGELES, March 16.
CAP) Architectural finery re
ceived a stiff blow tonight when
over the i the board of education issued an
CM. WHEAT UP
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Heavy profit taking kept the mar
ket In check today, but in several
instances, yesterday's gains were
extended by SI to $4 a share.
Turnover of 3,301,085 shares
was the largest since September.
The pace quickened in the bond
market too, with a turnover of
$14,953,000 par value, against
$12,566,000 Wednesday. Many is
sues rose $10 to $50 or more per
bond of $1000 par value, with
U. S. government issues again
showing striking gains for these
normally narrow moving issues.
Some were up $10 to $20 per
head with the butt of a pistol.
Seven More Men
Put T nJer Arrest
Arrests made today in connec
tion with the ballot thefts in
cluded Joe Croft, C. J. Conners.
Virgil Edington, John Glenn and
Orville Martin. T. L. Brecheen
and C. W. Davis were still held
in the Grants Pass jail on simi
edict saying: "Down with all
The order went out to a large
force of men engaged in recon
structing Los Angeles schools
damaged in the earthquakes.
Cement ball, cast rtone angels,
concrete thing-a-ma-Jigs and the
like, which adorn school door
ways and cornices will be removed.
JIM SMITH And BILL WATKINS
Will Open Their New. . . . Complete
Automobile Service Station
THE NEW GHELL BUILDING
S. E. Corner, Liberty & Chemeketa Sts.
You Will Be Served Only by Men
of Wide Automobile Experience
When You Think of Automobile Tires
Supplies Or Service .... Think of
. Liberty at
' W will go long way to make friends
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PAINT GUN BURSTS
Walter Wiemes. son of Frank
Wiemes, 1431 North Cottage
street, suffered painful but not
serious burns about the face and
neck at his home yesterday after
noon when a pressure paint spray
outfit he was using exploded and
burst into flames. He rushed
from the rear of the house, his
Persons coming to his aid
rolled him on the ground to put
out the flames. He was taken to
Salem general hospital where last
night he was reported resting
Considerable damage was done
to the annex to the house, where
Wiemes was refinlshlng some
furniture, firemen reported. Both
chemicals and water were re
quired to extinguish the fire.
PASSED BY HOUSE
WASHINGTON. March 16.
(Af) congress today gave
President Roosevelt extraordin
ary powers to slash government
expenditures and veteran's grat-
utitles a half a, billion dollars, as
the first complete move of the
extra session drive to balance
FinU action came in the house.
By a tremendous vote of S73 to
19, it adopted senate amendments
reducing the expected savings on
veterans compensation between
$10,000,000 and $25,000,000.
Democratic leaders announced
the senate amendments liberalis
ing the provisions were accept
able to the president. The bill
will go to the White House to
morrow for President Roosevelt's
Twelve democrats, including
Represent-.tive Cullen of New
York, Tammany leader and as
sistant party leader, three re
publicans and four farmer-lab-
orites voted against the measure.
Midnight Show Sat. Night t llt30
AGAIN! 2 BIG FIRST RUN FEATURES
Itttf A6MAK5SO0U JACK
Willamette university defeated
Weaver college, of Ogden, Utah,
in a dual debate on the subject
of Interallied war debt cancella
tion, Thursday night in Waller
hall. The decision was awarded
Dy professor Berreman of Eu
gene, critic Judge.
Garfield Barnett and William
Mosher represented Willamette.
weaver's speakers were Wiese
and van Dyke.
Be Tittered By Lovins
Suit Started to
' Of Relief Bonds
OLYMPIA, Wash., March If
(AP) The promised court ac
tion to test the validity of the
1933 legislative act authorizing
the state to issue $10,000,000 in
bonds to meet an unemployment
relief emergency was instituted
today by Attorney General G. W.
A suit to permanently enjoiD i
the state finance committee, com- ;
prising Gov. Clarence D. Mar- '
tin, Auditor Cliff Yelle and Treas- I
urer Otto Case, from issuing and j
selling the bonds was filed in j
the Thurston county superior :
court by Assistant Attorney Gen
eral John W. Hanna, acting for ,
TRENTON, N. J.. March 16
(AP) A local newspaper today
carried an advertisement for beer
truck drivers and salesmen. It
SalesmenAlrivers large east
ern brewery wants salesmen;
drivers in Trenton. Salary and
commission. State experience.
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Put on Silver
WASHINGTON, March 16.
(AP) Secretary Woodin In a
statement tonight said no restric
tions have been placed upon com
mercial transactions in silver by
the treasury department.
The secretary said there had
been a number of Inquiries asking
whether a prohibition had been
placed on silver during the bank
ing emergency. He said the only
limitations were those affecting
withdrawals for hoarding, and
the restrictions on banks not per
mitted to open.
FREEWATER. Ore.. March 4 C
(AP) Flames which swept
through the Western Cider and
Vinegar company's plant here to
night eaused damage estimated at
several thousand dollars to the
factory and stock. More than 30,
000, gallons of vinegar stored in
the plant were ruined, while the
entire interior of the building was
burned. A box car standing on
the siding near the building was
Sued for $60,000
LOS ANGELES, March 1
(AP) Charging Douglaa Fair
banks, Jr., S04 of ths film hero
whose name he bears and husband
of Joan Crawford film star, with
alienation of affections, attorneys
for Jorgen Diets, a chemist, filed
suit here today against the actor,
asking damages of $(0,000.
115 S. Commercial St.
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Peptone sharpens the
appetite, aids digestion
and increases the num
ber of red corpuscles in
the blood. Try it!
Doctors call this an
pnretest Mineral OH ab
sorbs the poisons that
cause headaches, loss of
appetite, and UstlessMss.
Lubricates the intestines.
And it is tasteless. Try it today for
Mineral Oil plat
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