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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem,. Oregon, Thnraday Morning, March 30, 1933
Have Made Every Effort to
Counteract Reports in -
Other Lands, Said
- . , i.
(Continued tram paga
steps to renounce Ills Prussian
Prof. Einstein, a Jew. became a
ettlsea la 1914 when he accepted
a position vita the Prussian aca
demy of sciences. Upon landing
at Brussels after his recent trip
to the United States, he wrote to
the Germany consulate there for
Information about the steps ne
cessary to- end his citizenship. He
pointed out that he formerly was
f The anti-Jewish boycott, the
deadline for whi'h rra?, set by
'axl party authorise.-, r 10 a.m.,
fr.tnrday. already he- bagun In
riany nections of the F.elch. There
wore numerous reports of the
picketing of Jewish stores and
other repressive measures, but
Berlin heard of no serious
" Chancellor Hitler was quoted
' by the Deutsche Allgemelne Zel
tung as having declared at today's
cabinet meeting that it was ne
cessary to take measures against
the "atrocity campaign" as other
wise popular Indignation might
take undesirable forms.
The newspaper quoted the
chancellor as saying the situa
tion now Is under control and
that violence by Individuals must
be prevented under all circum
stances, but Jews must under
stand that any Jewish campaign
against Germany would react
most sharply upon Jews in Ger
many. Application for
Seed Loans Made
By Many, Report
Applications for seed loans
through federal finance have
perked up, and some days this
week as many as IS farmers have
Synopsis ef Annual Statement . of
Ths- Homestead Tif Insurance Company
f Baltimore, in tha tttste of Maryland,
en tha thirty-first day of December, 1932,
Biad to the laaarance Comznisuoner of
tha Stat of Oregon, pnranant to law :
Amount ef capital stock paid up,
Nat premium received daring tha
Interest, dividend and rents received
u-ts the year, $82,025.88.
Income from other sources received
dorian the year, $3,177.65.
ToUl income, 1438.773.38.
Not losses paid daring the year in
truding adjustment expenses, $252,380.
S3. iTWtdend paid on capital atoek dor-.
tag tea year, fi3.600.00.
Coamiaaione and salaries Paid daring
the year, $137,744.00.
Taxee, license and feea paid daring
the year. $12,453.74.
Amount of ail other expenditure,
TB1 expenditarea, $593,005.87.
Tajue of real estate earned, (market
- Yams ot atoek and bonds owned
(market value), $1,145,594.00.
Loan on mortgages and collateral,
Caaa ia bank and on band, $99,847.52.
Pi alama in eears of collection writ
ten stan September SO, 1932, $156,374.
t. Interest and rents due and accrued,
AU other, 41,557.89.
Total admitted asset. $1,685,148.30.
? claim for loaaea unpaid, $94,-
Aasoant of unearned premiums on all
outstanding risk. $484,803.00.
Uuo tor commission and brokerage,
AU other liabilities, $346,202.49. -Total
liabilities, except capital, 935,.
Capital paid up. $500,000.00.
Bwpimn over aU UabUities, $39,298.-
SINESS IX OREGON FOB THB
Net premlam reeeiTed
Loaaea paid during the fear, $3,853.05.
leases incurred during the year,
Kama of Company, The Homestead
lire Insurance Company.
Name of Freaident, Wilfred Kurtk.
' Name of Secretary, Jena Jl. Oamp
II. Statutory resident attorney for aarr
iee, W. B. Rauauaen.
8yaopaia of Annual Statement ef the
Indiana Lumbermen Hatnal Insurance
Co. of Indianapolis, ia tn btate of In
dian, ea tne thirty-fust day of Pares
Iter. lSSa. made to Ue Insures Oean
sniaeWaer of tna State ef Oregon, purr
neat te law:
CAP IT All
Am oent ef espltal atoek paid ay,
Xo pnslssi received dazing the rear,
Interest, dividend and rente xeeelred
Surtsg tn Tear fis,oxi.ii.
their ease neelved
daring Ue year, $23,154.01.
UlSECaa EM INT 8
Ret lessen sotM daring the year UelaaV
sag sdJsaMawt expos. $4.t4,S4.S.
Dividend said to policyholder stock
easts ess year. fdS,SSlM.
Cooamtasion and aaUxisa paid daring
the rear. S101.J70U9.
Tsass, Ueenae sad fees paid daring
the year, $14,770.".
all other expenditarea.
Totsl espeaditsres. $l.$tS.U8Jl.
Tela of real estate evraed (market
Value ef itoek sod ooad ovsod (autr
kt veins). $8,434.0.
Loess ea mortgage and collateral, ate.,
Cash is hsaka and sa hand. $61.1TAS4.
PismiaBBS is sosras ef eeUeotiem writ
ten Siace Beptember SO, 1033. f 116,
150.14. Interest and rents ds sni seerssd.
Tetsi admitted asset, $l,t82,2$.S4.
Qrsse elalms far loa Khpald, 60,
, Amount ef unearned premiums en sU
sstatssding risks, $893,178.03..
IXW far seaamiiiios, sd brokers gs, In
All Urv KslUltiss. $111,000.
Tetsl Hsbliltie. eKcepv eopitsl, $3T,
. 154.02. . .
CaDitnl naid nn. soaai -
Serplsa evar aU . liabilities, II.85,t
d73.aa. - - . ' .
sVsrptss ea tsgsrss 1ieyhlUra. $1,-
BrHIKESa la ORZOOMr TOaTHXTXAR
; S net prminms received daring the year.
- 1 Lotus pstd daring the year, $5,18 C4
t.9use taesrree at
Ksme ef Company, Is dias Lambsr-
Bscn's Kateal Issv Cs. :
- Kasss ef PraaiAass, . B. Telv.
' Kame of Sacretsn. O. DUher.
. Statstory resident attsrney for aervies.
,. - saaaraaee ComsUsUoasr ec wegoa.
IN WAKE OF
Hampered by almost impenetrable darkness, volun- a trail of devastation from one end of the State to the
teer workers are shown delving into the ruins at East other, wiping out villages and hamlets. Besides tha
Nashville, Tenn., after a tornado had swept the dis- dead, 200 wen injured and hundreds ef families)
trict, talcing a toll of 34 lives. The terrific wind left rendered homeless.
filed the blanks. Because of this
continued interest, the office here
will be open for another 10 days
or two weeks, P. H. Bell, legal
advisor to the group states.
Many more applications have
been handled to date through
this office than through other
centers in the valley. The Salem
headquarters are in the cham
ber of commerce building. A sub
office at Woodburn handles re
quests in that end of the county.
Reports from every department
of the First Presbyterian church,
heard at the annual congregation
al meeting this week, indicate
growth and increased interest in
religious activity. Financial re
ports too showed a comparatively
splendid monetary basis, Rev.
Grover C. Birtchet, pastor, states.
The annual election of officers
resulted as follows:
Elders, three of whom are elect
ed each year for a three-year per
iod: C. A. Kells, Dr. L. J. Altman,
J. J. Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Otto Wil
son. Glen Adams and Prof. Frank
Trustees, also for three-year
service: Dr. Helen Pearee, Archie
Ewing and H. B. Glalsyer.
Deacon, for three years: Dr. O.
Sunday school officials, one
year: Ralph H. Scott, superin
tendent; assistant. Miss Isabel
Childs; Henry J. Millie, secretary,
and Willis Dallas, treasurer.
(Continued from pea 1)
ment ef fines and bonds for liquor
law violators, are among the al
legations ef two true bills naming
the public officials.
Commissioner Williams is
charged with having rented a
building to a bootlegger for use
as a liquor establishment, and the
defendants are accused of having
permitted 1,000 offenses against
the federal prohibition laws
through the operation ot "a large
number of common nuisances"
where liquor was stored or sold.
A total of 117 co-conspirators
were named as having had know
ledge ot the law violations, but
they were not Indicted.
LOSE TO BEARCATS
(ConUcued from page 1)
Leland Chapln. a graduate of Wil
lamette in 19 It, is on a northwest
tour oa which its schedule in
cludes debates with four univsr
Willamette debaters, are coach
ed by Professor Herbert . Rahe.
Oregon City Has
Upon Beer Sale
OREGON CTTT. Ore., March 29
(AP) The city council today
decided to enact no ordinance at
present restricting or regulating
the sale ot beer in Oregon City.
The decision means, ft was said
that anyone ia this city will be
able to sell beer without restric
tion after a federal license has
beea obtained. A factor Influenc
ing the decision, it was said, was
lack ot authority of the county to
regulate the sale of beer outsld
the limits of any city or towa.
Too Late to Classify
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WAJNTED Eldariv Oenaauk emmla.
ntfea write etaUBtnan, box 17a.
fl II ArtoOirBcd Theater fS
aad Df A CXA1BB, Joaa
if, BtondeL, LoweU Sherman,
!; HsdM M TkmmiA St...
By OLIVE M. OOAK
WARNER BROS. ELSINORB
Today Irene Dunne in "Se-
r.rr nf MariarnA Rlanchft"
and on stage, annual
Friday John Barrymore In
WARNER BROS. CAPITOIi
Today Lee Tracy in
"Clear All Wires."
Today Joan Blondell In
"The Greeks Had a Word
Friday Charles Farrell and
Joan Bennett in "Wild
THR r.RlKT) I
Today Chester Morris in "In-
Wrirlav-Tnm Vwn, In 4,3o i-
Ia Plver" mnA f! Anhw
Smith In "Tha MnnVoT'e
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M LI n SEEKS RIVER
Request for a new hearing and
reopening of the Willamette river
canalisation project between Ore
gon City and ugene has been
made to the board of army en
gineers by Congressman James W.
Mott. Mott so telegraphed the
chamber of commerce here yester
Mott has asked the local cham
ber to marshall evidence on econ
omic feasibility of the canalisa
tion. Am un as tha rhimhp and
othsp rrnnni rather issmI mwi.
dence on the matter, date for the
hearing will be set.
Tha Salfltn ohimher istr .
tarda- -wtpa xtt that it wenM
take the matter up with other
valley chambers, and confer with
Interested industries In interast of
sending an attorney to Washing
ton in behalf of the project.
In Its resort of Tebrnarv 8. tha
San Francisco office of the dlvt-
sion engineer, war department.
turned down canalization at thin
time, stating in part:
-The report finds that the cost
of nrovidlne- a aix-fnof. sinofc-.w.
ter channel between Eugene and
Salem will be about $20,000,000
which Is obviously out of all pro-
portlon to the benefits that may
be ezcected to accrue from such
Portland enrlneore In thlr a nr. I
vey were Inclined to favor the can-
allzation more though the divi
sion engineers later turned in the
In Cadwell Case
After a lengthy trial in munleS-
pal eoart yesterday, Frank M.
Cadwell, charged with drmnkea
driving, left the city hall a free!
nan. The six-man Jury brought ;
ta a verdict of not guilty follow
ing hut three minutes of dellber
ation. Jurymen were James H.j
Nleholson, George C. Anderson.
New Srd Big Week In
. sjvm . asm $&
W. H. Dan Edgar T. Barkns.
Adolph Bombeck and Charles I
This was one of three similar
cases which Municipal Judge
Mark Poulsen had let slide
through indefinite postponement
since early in the year. Three
drunken driving cases are now
pending: Lester R. Stltea, arrest
ed January t; C. H. Dangherty,
January 20, and A. D. Appersoa,
W. U. GRAB CULLED
ROSEBTjRG, Ore., March 21
(AP) Mrs. Mamie B. Houck, 59,
wife of Dr. George E. Houck,
prominent Roseburg physician.
died at her home here last night
following a long illness
She was for many years prom
inently Identified with the East-
u Diar iuu( ot uregou, seriuis
M w,orth7, franf ton.tforv,r!
ox ine fiuswourg cuapier ib iw
in T.n.i. v.. o.-t .
xii i a. xivuts wow wiu giiisai"
ber 28, 1873, at Olympia, Wash
ington, her father, Andrew W
Moore, having beea the first post
master at Olympia and private
secretary to Governor Pickering.
Her mother, Emily York, was a
daughter of Bishop John W. Tork,
a pioneer Methodist minister.
who came to Oregon la IS St. aad
was for a number of years con
n acted with the old Umpqua. aca
demy at Wilbur. Mrs. Houck's
mother was the first graduate
from Willamette university.
JCiioru lo Drag sirawoerry
g" out over to norwwm w.
gether la their respective district
i order that they might agree
upon a prko program for the eora-
lB""UB " B"1U
corua- to ie,r receive oy
uouniy s rnu inspector s. a. van
a rump irom v. u. uemoresi, sec
retary of the Grand Mound Fruit
Growers' Co-op at Rochester,
letter suggests that straw-
berry growers in this section fol-
Iow 811,1 of other areas. It decries
Prc or growers ueuvering
oerries for a a own payment so
m11 tnat th packer is given the
opportunity to quote ruinous
Prices and is also given the lncen-
Ut to Pac enough surplus so
there is a holdover to influence
the Price aad complete to make a
profit oa product that the grower
umd otherwise prom en.
TODAY & TOMORROW
He was strong ... for head
lines t Bat he had a definite
weakaesa . for Mondesi
Dircet from HmtAwvf
to yon comes tliat
comedy bit I Hot ntws!
JACK HALEY in
CARTOON - NEW3
DAUGHTER 0 FIRST
BERRY GROWERS TO
New Clothing Department to
Be on Shorter Scheduto
with fewer unemployed per
soas calling at the Red Cross re
lief warehouse for clotting and
the supply diminishing, prospects
are that the wearing apparel de
partment will soon be eat down to
a one or two-day a week schedule
la place of three days as at pres
ent, according to Mrs. O. 8. Ham
ilton, chairman la charge. The
committee of women now are on
duty In the new clothing depart
ment every Tuesday, Friday and
The department still has a large
quantity of sweaters, odd-sise
shirts, some gingham cloth and a
shipment of bedding Is expected;
otherwise the stock is virtually
depleted. The greatest call is for
overalls, socks, stockings, and an
derclothing, of which there are
but few on hand. The supply ot
men's snirts was augmented this
week by 25 garments sewn by a
group of Waconda women and
brought in by Mrs. A. L. Collins
Women working with Mrs.
Hamilton in the new garment de
partment Include Mrs. W. D. Ev
ans, Mrs. M. L. Meyers and Mrs.
J. H. Farrar.
Despite the fact that an enor
mous Quantity of garments of all
sorts was obtained daring the
city-wide drive conducted by Boy
Scouts last fall, the stocks in the
used clothing department hare
dwindled down to a small amount.
Plans for a spring clothing drive
have been abandoned for the pres
ent. Mrs. Claude Glenn Is In
charge of this department.
TOKYO, March 30 Thursday
(AP) The newspaper Nlchi
Nichi's Harbin correspondent re
ported today the friction of the
Manchukuo and Soviet govern
ments over their Jointly-owned
Chinese eastern railway culmin
ated Wednesday when Manchukuo
border guards at Manchuli seised
four trains en route to Siberia.
The freight on the trains was
unloaded and transferred to an
eastbound train from Siberia, the
According to Nlchl Nlchi, the
Manchukuo railway administra
tion, la which the Japanese ad
visers are the most influential,
charged that the Soviet govern
ment was making unauthorised
use of Chinese eastern railway
lines for Baikal-V ladlvostok
This iacluded heavy shipments
Of war supplies to Vladivostok.
Upon Charge of
EUGENE, Ore., March 20
(AP) Alvin A. Robb of Flor
ence, Ore., was acquitted by a cir
cuit eourt Jury here tonight of a
charge of second degree murder
ia connection with the death ot
J. Ben Hall, Florence attorney,
February 0. The trial lasted three
Hall died in his office, it was
testified at the trial, after a fight
with Robb over a Judgment that
had been obtained against Robb.
Charged to Wife
BAKER. Ore.. March 20
(AP) Mrs. Rose May, St. was
On tbc Otoco Tonigbt 0:30
Spring Fashion Revue
50 LIVING MODELS DISPLAYING
THE LATEST SPRING MODES
DON WOODRY'S FAMOUS MELLOW
MOON ORCHESTRA AND
ARGENTINE TANGO Phyllla Grant A
styles aad Models Sponsored by the following rtrnst
SMART SHOP - eWLSTg stTIJJCirg JOHNSON'S
BISHOP'S hfOXTGOHEBT WARD CO.
PRICa SHOB STORE BUJTlia BROWN CO.
FLOWERS BT a F. BRLl'lliATJPT
The secret that burned dee? Ia her
woman's heart Is tht secret that
many women hart horns silentlj
against the world.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
The smartest picture ff the
year . . the greatest role of
; IT 4 OTARS --
today eharged with first dezTee
mardor la coonectloa with tha
slaying of her husband. Warren
May, 2 District Attorney Man
ley Strayer said a sanity com
mission will examine the wom-
, Mar, a rancher of tha. North
Powder district, was hacked to
death with a hatchet Monday
eight, apparently aa ha slept.
FOI WILL START
Determination to pull the Boy
Scout program la Salem and Cas
cade area out of the financial im
passe in which It now rests was
reached by the council executive
board last night at a meeting at
the chamber of commerce. John
H. Piper, regional executive from
Spokane, Wash., charged the
board with either halting the
scout program, and raising only
the deficit, or with continuing
scouting in this area and obtain
ing money enough to pay out.
Tha board members decided to
start thia noon with a pre-cam
nnJsnt nlirfraMnn f rr fnnita s
committee, headed by T A. Wlnd
lshar and Willis, eonncil treas
urer, wf" meet with Executive
O. P. V. t at scoot headquarters
to set the plans In order for rais
ing money at once with which to
pay outstanding bills.
During April, the financial
committee will work out a detail
ed program to be followed during
the financial drive proper in May,
The budget this year calls for
raising S3700 ot which 12100 Is
allotted to Salem .
In Midair Crash
TOKYO. Thursday, March 50
(AP) Three aviators were killed
today In mid-air collision between
two naval airplanes engaged in
practice flying near Yokohama.
One machine erashed to the
ground and all three occupants
were killed, one when a parachute
failed to open.
The other machine plunged In
to the sea.
The navy office later an
nounced the second plane, which
erashed into the sea, had only one
occupant, who escaped In a para
chute. Consulate Denies
Killed by Bombs
TIENTSIN, China, March 20
Thursday (AP) The United
States consulate today branded as
Inaccurate reports from Shanhal
kwaa that two United States mis
sionaries had been killed In a
bombing ot Taltowying recently.
It was said at the consulate that
the rumors probably followed the
bombing ot an American mission
in Taltowying March 24, ia which
there were no casualties.
Al Smith Urged
To Seek Office
NEW YORK, March 29 (AP)
Pressure Is being brought to
bear oa Alfred X. Smith by his
friends and associates, it was
learned toaight to persuade him
to re-enter the political ring as
a candidate either for mayor ot
New Tork City or United States
Discovery of a sculptured head
near Versailles, Mo., has led scl
entista to believe -As tec Indians
may once have inhabited the
DRIVE FOR SCOUT
U IS REVOKED
:t ""' ' .y "
WASHINGTON. March J
(AP) With S.S beer at wins
scheduled to become legal within
little more than a week, congress
racea today toward enactment ot
another modification of the-Volstead
law removing the limita
tion on the amoant of liaaor phy
sicians may prescribe for medicin
The Copeland bill ta lift the ax.
lstlng limit en lienor prescrip-
uons passed the senate before
many of its members knew, what
had happened. It was sent to the
house where leaders planned to
approve It tomorrow.
Merely proridlnr that "no
more liquor shall be prescribed to
aay person than is necessary to
supply his medicinal needs," the
bill would repeal the Volstead
law's provisions that a physician
may issue only 100 nrescrintlons
a month and not more than a pint
v m jisueoi eacn ie aays.
Almost simultaneously with the
senate's action on the Copeland
measure, its District of Columbia
committee approved a beer bill
for the national capital, designed
as model" for the rest of the
FEDERAL BLUE SKY
EH 11 TO DE RUSHED
WASHINGTON, March 21
(AP) Congress responded with
alacrity today to a succinct mes
sage by President Roosevelt ask
ing drastic federal regulation of
new security Issues.
Bills received from the White
House requiring strict publicity of
all future transactions and ban
ning Interstate sales of fraudulent
issues promptly were Introduced
and started on their way.
In his sixth message in three
weeks, the president told congress
"the public has sustained severe
Yield to Lydia E. Pinkxiain's
When too are loat oa edae . . .
when you can't stand the chil
dren's noise ... when evervthinl
is a burden ... when you are Irri-
cane ana moo ... try tnis -medicine.
98 oat of 1M women report
It will lve you lust the extra
enerfty you need. Life wUI sjeem
worth Ltvinft adain.'
FUsbl One war and roundtrip fares slashed to If a mils
between mala line stations from Portland to Eugene. Oa
sale every day until Maj 31. Good in coaches or chair cars.
Ten day limit on the round trips.
LOOK AT THESE FARES!
From Salem to
12tJ. v Oak Street
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t . GOOD TONTGHT ONLT llAKCd 30
icirr'A isim Trn-irT A-Tfrnrp 1
VL LKil "S -
loasM through irctlce Neither
ethleal Bor honest b the part of
many , persons: : and - corporations
seUlng- securtUee." ; ,
Ha made it clear his proposal la
Just the first step la a general
movement to seek "a return to a
dearer understanding of the an
cient truth, that" those who man
age banks, corporations and other
agencies handling or using other
people's money are trustee, acting
PORTLAND. Ore., March 29
(AP) Several I Portland banks
today adopted the policy of cash
ing state warrants only for ac-'
commodatioB of depositors and
customers. Tha, warrants were
being stamped "not paid for want
of funds" at tha treasurer's of
fice at Salem, and win bear K
per cent Interest
Bank officials pointed ont that
their aetioa wag In, accord with
aa understanding had with the
board of control before endorse
ment of the warrants was blocked
by State Treasurer Rufns Hol
man and eoart proceedings Insti
tuted to test the constitutionality
ot the law authorising placing
the state on a warrant basis.
THORAS A-6JLKRSIEVE M6&
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