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Tht OREGON STATESMAN,, Salea,. Orejroiw Friday &ftfeilng, April-21, 1 933
Traps, Studies Birds-An -tensive
studr of the habits of the
wren-tit, a California bird. Is be
ing made by Mary Erickson of the
University of California In pre
aration tor writing thesis on
this bird (or ber doctor's degree.
She recently read a paper to a
university group summing up
some of her studies, an account of
which was published In the Con
dor; printed by the Cooper Orni
thological club. Miss Erickson.
daughter of Dean and Mrs. Frank
Jij. Erickson of Willamette uni
versity, found that the birds re
turn to their original place of
mating to build their new. nests.
She identified the birds and stud
led their habits through the use
of standard bird bands furnished
by the United States biological
A few Hit model Frigidalrea left
at very special prices. Eoff Elec
tric, Inc., 347 Court St.
Miss White Elected Muriel
White, 'it, Willamette university,
has been elected teacher for 1933
1943 in the high school at Bell
fountain, near Monroe, in Benton
county. This year Miss White has
been taking advanced work in
physical education at the school
here. She succeeds Mrs. Frances
' McGilvra Litchfield whose hus
band, Kenneth Litchfield, remains
as principal of Bellfountain high
rchooL Miss White will teach
English, biology, sewing, music
and girls' athletics.
Rummage sale, 211 N. Cpm'l Sat
Case Decision Boon - Decision
on the rate case brought by the
Charles K. Spaulding Logging
company is expected soon from
the utility commissioner's office
here. The company asks that tne
33.90 rate now charged by the
Valley Siletx railroad and the
Southern Pacific company, from
Winona to Olson, be reduced ma
terially. It the reduction is grant
d, the mill can start, the plaintiff
Class llates High Six weeks1
reports on the class of 1936 at
Willamette university, made by in
structors on the basis of class
work, showed a lower percentage
of tailing marks and a higher
number of good grades than the
average of beginning classes, ac
cording to official reports releas
ed this week at the university
Fun for all at the benefit dance,
Castillian hall Saturday. Every
body come. '
Coshow Visitor Oliver P. Co-
show, former justice of the su
preme court, was here to visit
friends and relatives this week
He is engaged In the practice of
law la Portland.
Gregg To Mr. and Mrs. Glen
H. Gregg of Salem, a girl, Phyllis
Jean,, born April 18 at Salem gen
Gregson To Mr. and Mrs. Ed
win Ray Gregson. 326 Union
street, a boy, Buddy Ray, born
Beach To Mr. and Mrs. C.
Kenneth Beach of Roseburg, a
girl, Sallie Lou, born April 5 at
Salem general hospital.
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12 period of
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51 smart blow
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66 long for
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Widen Sidewalks City fire
men yesterday finished digging up
the sod in the. north and east
parkings of ta city Hall lot la
preparation for extending the side
walks to the curb line. Th plot
between the police station entry
and the Model Food shop also will
oe paveo. Despite firemen's efforts
to keep the lawn In the -narklnc
In presentable condition, the grass
was continually worn down by pe
destrians. The lawn between the
sidewalks and the city hall has
been covered with new soil and
fenced oft foT reseedlng.
Al Meyers Barber Shop open In
Bligh Hotel, 445 State.
Sending Out Blanks -Blanks on
which the. Willamette university
appointment bureau may be noti
fied of vacancies In high schools
Jn the northwest are being sent
out to many school executives this
week. An extensive effort to plaee
Willamette university graduates
in teaching positions is beine
made this spring.
See the new Frlgidaire that uses
no more current than an ordinary
light bulb. Only 39.9.50 installed.
Eoff Electric, inc., 347 Court.
Choir at Albany The choir of
the Christian church here gave a
concert Wednesday night at the
Christian church in Albany. Sixty
persons made the trip and appear
ed in the concert under the direc
tion of Loren Davis. The choir
presented "The Seven Last Words
of Christ." No admission was
Attendance Increases An at
tendance contest by the Salem
Kiwanis club has resulted in in
creased attendance by members.
Last week the number of members
present was 83.9 per cent. Wil
liam Braun cantaina thn "Rons.
ters," one side, and William Chad
wick the "Bear Cats," the other.
Final wind-up. A hat free with
each suit. G. W. Johnson & Co.,
Mayo Entertains Al Mayo,
versatile musical entertainer, put
on a brief program at the Salem
Lions club luncheon at the Qray
Belle yesterday noon. He played
the drums, musical saw and nov
elty instruments, accompanied by
Mrs. John Marr. Club members
sang the -choruses of several pop
Statesman reporters yesterday
inaulred: "What do you think of
Roosevelt's decision not to sup
port the dollar abroad, thus tem
porarily deserting the gold stand
ard?" W. T. Jenks, business man: "I
think It will be a good thing.
Cheaper money helps the English
situation, and that country takes
a lot of our business."
'Otto F. Kabin, auditor, depart
ment of state: "I imagine he
knows what he Is doing on the
thing. Present conditions have to
be changed. The fact of the matter
is we're been oft the gold stand
ard for a couple of years. I don't
think it makes any difference."
6 trim with
& city in
16 one of the
18 white linen
22 leaves out
23 fusible -substance
25 covert into
27 long valley
- the moon
80 large cask
82 hiatus ,
41 one who
solution to yes-
assigned to ,
47 sway from -side
49 part of a
machine 0. -'
: 62 drama i
65 thigb joint
66 em spot
67 HKcner than
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Carious About Radio Large j
numbers ef. beya visited jelty po
lice headtfnarters yesterday' :t
view the new short ware radio.
transmitter, which will be official
ly tested ent this evening. Smiles
lighted) t&eir faces when Chief
Frank Miuto permitted them te
go behind the counter' to get 4
close-up view of the apparatus.
Peeking around the corner" is a
current Jest at police headquar
ters, first . referring : to persons
looking , te see if the radio bad
arrived, now to see what It looks
See the new Thor Washing Ma
chine, 159.50. Eoff Electric Inc.
"Wreck" Saturday The dis
trict "wreck" of the 40 hommes
et t cheveaux, fun order of the
American Legion, will be held at
the Memorial building, former
Oregon Electric station, at Al
bany at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow
night. J. T. Delaney, gTSnd
cheminot, was notified yesterday.
voyageurs from Eugene, Corval
lis and Salem will attend. De
laney will attend a "wreck" at
Tillamook tomorrow and Sunday.
Sale ends Saturday. Get a free
hat with a suit. Q. W. Johnson
4 Co., 469 State.
Signs Retouched Painters
were out in numbers in down
town Salem yesterday retouching
electric signs and marquees,
brightening them up in keeping
with spring. Other omens of
spring were new displays of bi
cycles in dealers shops. The lat
est in the bicycle world, one deal
er proudly exhibited, is the balloon-tired
bicycle using two and
one-quarter inch low-p restart
Dance music by Vivian Lewis and
her band, Frid; y, April 21, Haunt
ed Mill, Rickreall.
Fire Hits Twice Fire for
the second time this month
caught Wednesday night on the
roof of the house at 744 North
Commercial street, occupied by
William Mulligan and owned by
George C. Will. Damage, how
ever, was slight. Firemen said
the blaze probably started from
sparks dropping on the moss
covering the roofing.
Lions Ladies' Hosts Salem
Lions club will stage another
ladies' night' program probably
Thursday night, May 2, it was an
nounced after the club luncheon
yesterday. Arthur W. Gardner is
chairman in charge. Next Thurs
day's club meeting will be a
McGee Speaks Later Mix-up
in dates prevented Capt. Alexan
der McGee's announced appear
ance at Fraternis club last night
to describe the humorous side of
army life. He will speak at a
meeting in the near future.
THIMBLE THEATRE Starring Popeye
VOUft MAJESTY. ANOTHER
hpo tNump-vje now have
riL TELL THE WORLDJ
h rBOUT IT OVCRTrl
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
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?WKSX YOU- SRARE MO EXPENSE,
7 "Lr BUT DON'T LET tVVA
TOOTS AND CASPER
tHi sREAT 7
tQASWAr Bet ram ye
IMC WHOLE NATION
JAS STUMMED AT THE
POOR SHOWING BY
WHO FINISHED LASTl
DID YCU PICK Till
t Conshjr Events
April 21 Lena Belle lav
tar te present maslcal pre
gram, Y. II. C. A. lobby.
May S- AmuuI May
festivities. Willamette uni
' May 7 Uaale week opens
fa Salens. Final PhHharmon
te concert today. -
May 204S7 Oregon State
Association of Master
Plumbers, annual meeting.
Jwae 1-4 Evangelical
conference. First Evangeli
Jnne 2-4 Fourth A nana
Willamette Valley Flower
Jane 19 Willamette nnl
June 81 23 Q. A. B. and
affiliating oodles annual en
campment. Jaly 24-28 Annul En
campment, Spanish War
Sept. 4-0 -Oregon state
Pass on Appointment Three of
the six members of the senate
committee selected at the last leg
islative session to confirm or re
ject appointments to the state
board of higher education, have
written the secretary of state that
they would be ready to meet eith
er April 24 or 29 at Roseburg or
Salem. The meeting will be held
to ratify or reject the appoint
ments of Charles A. Brand of
Roseburg and George McLeod of
Portland as members of the state
board of higher education. 1
Turkey dinner St. Joseph's Hall, j
12 a.m. Sunday, April 23rd.
ReUef Board CommlstJoaed -Commissions
were issued at the
executive department here Thurs
day to the seven members of the
reconstruction advisory board ap
pointed recently by Governor Me
ier. Members of the board include
Ralph Hamilton, J. P. Newell, E.
B. McNaughton, and Raymond
Wilcox. Portland; Robert W.Saw
yer, Bend; H. L. Edmunds, Eu
gene, and H. S. Rogers, Corvallis.
Visit our new shoe repair shop.
Miller's store basement.
3 Cars Mix tTp Three automo
biles were involved In the only ac
cident reported to city police yes
terday. Damages were not serious.
Drivers involved in the mishap
were Arthur H. Mackin. 645 Mar
ion street; Harold Larsen, Silver
ton, and August J. Harris. Brooks.
Appeal Filed William Smith,
defendant in a suit recently won
by Rnby Smith, his wife, who se
cured a divorce from him, has ap
pealed the decision to the state
supreme court. Award of certain
real property was granted to the
AHOY. FOLKS1. THIS IS CjOOCU
I JUS' UJANTEO TO TELL YA
THAT IN UESST4 A DAY
U)E OOUBLEO OOft
- iLOE OOUBLEO OORJ
1 CHIIXUP SPARX-R13S! EVERYBODY HA AN
wrr- wri iwiw r-uw tnui nnw
WAS YOURS I SOMEDAY, WHEN
V ANOTKHK RACETOUTA. ET "YOUR CHANCE. LOST. BUT I WONT SCOLD YOU, ' 1
TO REDEEM YOURSELF, AND THEN WElA. J DAN" lU- NEVER SAY ANOTHER J
V SHOW EM. WONT wa? J CROSS WORD TO YOU BECAUSE
JLX-V ' : W W RATTTUDE FOR THE fcuj
60R6EDUS DIAMOND YOU
j Kew Trial Asked J." E. Broa
fcey, plaintiff la a case against
Clifford OUea.4 asked a circuit
eeurt here Thursday for a new
trial. He asserts the jury disre
garded.. Instructions of. the court
and further that the trial judge
overemphasised the instruction
regarding contributary negligence.
The case was tried la court here
this week and resulted la a deci
sion tor the defendant.
Free modern dance tonight. Tew
Park hall. 12th and Leslie.
t?0OO In Bohaefer Estate The
late John Schaefer who died April
8, 1133. In Mt. Angel, left an es
tate valued at 17000 according to
an estimate made Thursday la
probate court here. Eva Schafer
who is to be executrix of his will
Is sole heir. Appraisers sre Joseph
J. Keber, K D. Houth and J. A.
Estate Appraised The estate
of the late L. Warner Lee has a
value of 88336 according te aa
appraisal filed in probate court
here Thursday. Real property is
listed at 84SS0. Leonard Lee Is
administrator of the estate while
appraisers were Charles L. Mar
tin. Theodore Hlghberger and Lee
Special prices on plaques and
flowers for Mother's day. Miller's
Report Filed Semi-annual re
port of the United States Nation
al bank as guardian of the estate
or Edward Hugh McCaffrey was
ld in probate court Thursday.
Income for the period was $210
and outgo $51. The estate lists
assets of $3904 of which $500 are
in casn and 83400 in a second
mortgage on real property.
8cares Jndgmenifl Judgments
have been secured in circuit court
here by A. A. Schramm, state
bank superintendent, against J. P.
Ditler for $2000 and 31170. tn
which interest and cost are to bo
added. The Judgments were se
cured In behalf of the bank of
Stayton, now In liquidation.
Defendant Appeal William A.
Rosenthal, defendant in a case re
cently brought by Mrs. Elixabeth
Cheney, appealed yesterday to the
state supreme court from the
findings brought in circuit court
here. A judgment of $3090 was
secured by the plaintiff in the
Husmann Estate In The estate
of the late Joseph Hubs man of
Woodburn was admitted to pro
bate In court here this week.
There Is $550 in personal prop
erty to be distributed among sev
en heirs. Elizabeth Husmann has
been named executrix of the will.
Appraisers of the estate are C. J.
Espy, Mabel Ffkan and Eugene
Now Showing 'The Long and Short of Defense'
holy StaqweiTmy people seno the army in A
DOUBLED Jft, ( CHIEF GENERAL. - J
HIS rWW! T?5" rf WANTS TO SEE. f
good N&vrJ we Awr iyouft new souer
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jNCOUKTrV i Tn jrf
THERE. THERt.MefLMEAVfyOU MU6T
YOUR FEVER VOU ABE
j r'm iii ivsu v t'A
r lk. aLV aa l ii k. .. .av " av
The Zero Hour"
W XT WAS SHJUr OF YOU TO
FAINT AT THE RACE TRACK
YESTERDAY WHEN SRARErRlBS
LOST, BUT I WONT SCOLD YOU,
DAN'. III. NEVER SAY ANOTHER
CROSS WORD TO YOU BECAUSE
OP MY RATTTUDE FOR THE
CCouUauei freia pace 1
over the phene. taking it away
from him.- She took the telephone
to call; the .police. Farrar Is al
leged te have regained It and
later Miss WOsoa took It agala
and . called police help.
Grand Jary Gives
Different Version '
Jadge John Slegmand testified
for the state regarding the work
the Red, Cross had been doing.
Rose Farkjw. testified that she
was greatly fa need of relief
although Arthur Moore, Gene
vieve Morgan and J. B. Allison,
members of the jury which in
dict ed Farrar, testified that Mrs.
Farlow had' told the grand jary
that she had been receiving help
from the Red Cross.
Dr. Frank Brown and Dr. Mary
Purvlne, the latter the wife et
the man allegedly attacked by
Farrar. both testified that it was
quite likely that Mr. Purvtne's
stroke may have been directly
csused by an attack, such as
Farrar Is alleged to have made
The Jury at the case Is coat
posed of the following people:
Hazel Wells. Salem; R. W.
Dierks, Salem; Mine L. Olmsted.
Salem; Forrest D. Harr, West
Salem; William P. Georce. Sa
lem; William Predeek. Mt. An-
MJssion Speakers The fourth
of a series of five special Easter
season programs featuring open
door week at the Open Door Mis
sion will be presented tonight,
with Dr. E. W. Pettlcord, pastor
of the First Evangelical church,
peaking, and music by the choir
of the First Evangelical church.
Lutheran Choir Coming The
Pacific Lutheran choir will sing
at the American Lutheran church
here Thursday night, April 27,
under auspices of the Christ Lu
theran and American Lutheran
Lad Is 111 Carl Ritchie, small
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch
ie, was operated upon at Salem
General hospital Wednesday and
is reported as in a satisfactory
Granted Judgment A judg
ment for $329 and costs was
granted L. N. Joues against Mary
Mae Garret and others in circuit
court here Thursday.
Xo Lights Costly Operation of
his automobile minus a headlight
was admitted by C. G. Hardy, and
he paid a $2.50 fine and costs la
justice court yesterday.
CWLDCEM ARE. SO
SHALL I DO??
I L0Y1 IT!
NT I f nr-ti THEM CHEtKRJU , I
gel;' Maude Hicks. West " Wood
burn; Oral R. statesman, . Crefe
sas; Elsie M. Lewbu Aamsvflle:
Eddie Ahrena.' Turner; "Alrin X.
Hartley. SUverton; Monica Dur
ant. West Woodburn. - "
n nnirrnni. m
REQUEST OF CHIE
COoatlnoed from page I) :
his power ever farm commodities:
the house has before it Roosevelt
recommendations for federal su
pervision of production aad wages
la Industry; before the week ends
his plan tor a federal coordinator
of the railroads win be presented.
. The president reached: oat for
monetary control as a final step
la his fight to improve American
prices and money. He will ase
the weapon principally to gala
the objectives he believes aeces
ssry in foreign negotiations for a
new and stabilised basis ot money
Church Choir to
The chorus choir of 25 voices
from the Madison Street Methodist
church of Corvallis will present
the sacred cantata, "The Tempta
tion on the Mount. by A. Louis
Scarmolln, at the Knight Memor
ial church here Sunday night. Mrs.
Florence Murdock, formerly solo
ist of the Knight Memorial choir.
Is directing the Corvallis group.
Mrs. Harry Holroyd will accom
pany the choir. Soloists are W.
Raymond Wilder, baritone, and
Mrs. Joseph Miller, soprano. A
trio of women's voices Includes
Vera Jordan, Mildred Floyd and
Too Late to Classify
Ver rood strawberry plants, 12.00
C. J. Bartrnff, Kt. T, Box lti. Phone
VsJORRY SEE TO 1
I Card Tables and 1
I Chairs to Rent
1 Call 6010, Csed Furniture 1
i 151 North High E
t r GEE. THAT DQCTCe KNOWS WS
IT THAT ALL WWE PLENTY
OP WELL-COOKED FOOO-
AMO TRY TO KEEP
tucu ruFTDCis I
I 1 FEVER OR ANYTHING
' NO WONDER I FAINTED! TT WAS MY LAST
CHANCE TO 6ET THE MONEY TO PRf FOR THE
DIAMOND I &AVE. SOPHIE. BUT SRARE-RlSS V
AND NOW THERES rJOTrttNs LEFT
ME TO DO EXCEPT LET THE JEWELER
TAKP TUP CttOr AWJTV PROM UTRt -
TICES'tt TK2 CCOCELL1
XX MUST BE THE UEWELER!
Elaora Lladseth. The teartet Is
composed tot Brace Martla. ZlBora
Lladseth, t Mrs. Joseph Miller aad,
W. Raymond' Wilder. - -'
At the request of the Knight '
Memorial choir Mrs. Murdock will -be
heard la a solo - of br owe - -selection.
' i " 7 '- " '.
Girls Win First
INDEPENDENCE, April SI
The Independence high school
girls' tennis team won their first
group of sets from Falls City 4-4,
played oa the home courts, Wed
nesday. Results were: No. 1 Eada Watt,
Falls City vs. Elisabeth Baker;
Independence won t-2, C-l. No. 2.
Olga I vers on of Independence
won from Rosella Frink. Falls
City, t-0, -l. Vivian Soden of la
dependence won from Jane Saan
ders. Falls City, -, f-0.
The next games will be played
Wednesday at Bethel.
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