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without the Travel and Traf
' fie Accident Insurance which '
Is Issued to Statesman sub"
sc ribers for only fin year.
CSoedy today and Friday,
cooler Friday; . Max; Temp.
.Wednesday . . 71, Ilia. . ,
river 4. feet, north winds,
partly cloady. .-
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EIGHTY-THIRD YE AR
Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning April 27, 1933
dW ft fc i w . i i i
mM OF DEBT
: . PILEILREO
Consultative ; Pad f Giving
France - Assurance . of
Cofotu Dprhfmo :
MacDonakj Returns Home; I
- civ Resl Prnnrp k I
Made on Probfems
WASH1N0T0N. ' April It
I AP) The irlde scope of the new
RooseTe.lt In world affairs unfold-
-" v lief disarmament ' and new" eco
nomic standards in bold relief. ?i
In complete understanding
if witl, prime Minister MacDonald
Nv of Great Britain on these objec-
?Tt 'e present tonfeht had
v. ura, , m f iv. I
nthusiastlcally a turned to the
French. " t ' ' - LSZ "lot '
i eonsulUtlTe pact which will
serre the plea of France for se
curity in return xor aisarmameni
was formulated at an all-afternoon
conference between the president
and' Edouard Herriot, former pre
mier of France. ' " ;
It was made known - at the
White House that the president
probably will submit a war debts
proposal to congress before this
session ends.. -'x
Debt Moratorium. - ;, "vv r
Probable, is View ; -
It was the unaerstanamg in
more than one r well-inf ormed
quarter that sice the sUrt of the
London economic "conference is
set for only three days before the
date of war-debt payments June
15 some moratorium or post
ponement might be -called'.for'to
allow time for readjustment, ,
The more was said authori
tatiTely to be - conditional '.upon
France's agreement first to meet
its defaulted December 15 pay
ment of I19.2S1.432. 7 d C. '.r "
j, Smllinsr and declaring "we hare
w n done real business" :ur. Maeuon
-1 aid bade good-bye to Washingtoi
none reai ousiness ,ajr.ctun-i
-id bad rood-bvWto Washineton
b UUVU U ; U9 yiBQlUCU
standing on a comprehensive slx
polst program . f or - economlor-vadi
Tomorrow morning Mr. Roose
velt extends hi conrersatlons in
a meeting, with Prime " Minister
Bennett of Canada.
It was made , known at Paris
thil Vramiw TtallriiA ia willinr
tn aV mr1l.m.n tn nav th
119 oao aoa t mr itaht dne
tho United SUtes last December
15 If President RooseTelt offers
a moratorium nnUlaafter: the
London conference. , . .
At Geneva, Norman H. Davis,
America's ambassador - at - large.
N told,lhe disarmament conference
U-arn to page z, cot. i
X SCHOOLS IS LIKELY
Consolidation of the rural
7 school dlstrlcU at Summit, riea -
y ant View and Cloverdale seemea
t probable yesterday on Incomplete
returns from Tuesday's vote in
the three districts. James Weath-
er brought the. vote of the Sum-
' mit district to the county super-
j, - mnm m-n , VAtMtrted
a unanimous vote '::f six there
for consolidation.- Out of 18
Xvoles cast at Cloverdale, 15 were
5 said by Weathers to be favorable
to consolidation ' He bad no re-
port from the Pleasant View dis
trict but seemed-, assured - con
r aolldation "would be favored.
The official canvas will be
board. Mrs.: Mm;lptt
the. ballot. in nnopened .boxes
1934, two schools will bo elim
inated and the three districts will
have a consolidated , school in
the two-room schoolhouse in the
The city planning : and 1 sonlng
commission probably will hold
another hearing at the city hall
at 5:30 p.m. today to decide hp-
' on two petitioned sone changes
In f residential districts. D. W.
Pugh, . president, announced - last
nlKht. The meetinr will be de-
pendent upon expected f lilng,
remonstrance petitions tnis morn -
Inc aninst chancing a section
; of .lot 24, Oakhurst addiuon. at
' xne omciai cmtm wm ";,. t,.. r.tvi CwMv West
mad. by the district UUnilSIt
-aj,V 21st and Market streets ,-, irom
"r Class I residentlU to: Class , III
v -business .district. "
V The . Salem Cherry Growers
. . j . . .ft .. m a-
I titton with the city recorder for
fliiAHnr nmnrT at - LOCUst
V street and the Oregon ' Electric tours of fascinating demonstra
tracks, near the school for the I tlon of modern cookery and old-
- ' ' .... S I ia Tn. -- Vv Ala VMAilAWfl . Brtfl
dear, so as to permit tne orgam-i time eoory ---
a-ai. - nrtweiisln s I loral housewives who attenaed
Vlant there. The district now
In a Class X residential sone.
Japan Plots Seizure
Of Eastern Railway ,
ls laini of Russia
Transfer, to Manchukub Will be Pretext; Road
, . Already Hampered by. Sabotage, Guards
. - ' Make no Elffdrt toPreveht
I 111 WWW iff f A ! J
JLTXtOTsk. Siberia, toniirht ouotin? "comDetent sources" said
Japanese circles in llanchuria, acting: with approval of the
Japanese Kwantiing: army headquarters, had adopted a plan
to seize the Chinese Eastern railway from Soviet Russia.
i This would be accomplished
1230 Darkening IS Opposed
' --- .. . ,
By Some of Aldermen;
: Favor Moonlight
The eity council meeting next I
Monday night is likely to be the
scene oi rigorous protest, n was i
Indicated last night, against the I
llght committee's order
day': which prorlded for,extin'
gulshing , all street and ' cluster
lights, excepting galley lights and
corner clusters, at 1 2 : S 0 a.m.
each night. The order, sent to
the Portland Electric Power com
pany by special delivery letter.
was to carry out an economy pro
gram decided upon by the light
comnUttee. - ; " .
of weather fonditions and moon-1
able, certain tildermen declared
vtfsterdar. If t'ae light commit
tee clings to its decisions, the
matter will be brought up en the
council floor, they said.
Promptly at 12:30 a.m. this
morning as per woer J"'"
t - . . ... ... m. ..t
wer? .lurne.a ?",:"4
alMCTlA lAftU ITS T M SB I I II HLHIH. I
single globes in : the clusters.
.(Turn to page 2, col. 2)
I TXiKTON. ADril 26 (AP) A
I British embarso against Rossian
imports will remain effective as
long: two English technicians
remain imprisoned ia M0"'
Lord Halisham said in the house
of lords today. .
' The bair on u per .
fs2Jf SL dS
i V n hmto and
lUUlWU VI M. v. .-..-.
William L. MacDonald, who were
sentenced by a Moscow court to
two and three year terms upon
conviction of wrecking electrteal
nrn1ata on which they WCT6
working.' ; . -
r Baron Ponsonby, nnder-secre-tary
of foreign affairs and opposi
tion leader in the house of lords,
charged lt has been the govern
ment's 11 entlon to use this mag-
nm.-nfc iSrnnortunlty" . to break
ionce. tnore with the soviet gov-
He maintained the safety of
the British prisoners had not been
uppermost in the minds of gov-
ernment leaders. .
UU6 tO :lJJn6SS
' PENDLETON, Ore., April it
(AP) J.- 8. West, 70, former
justice of the peace at Hermiston,
m tfidir rranted a parole by
about 11.500 In
Justice court fees. The court ex
tAntied the narole because of
West's age and his reputed ill
New, Old Dishes Delight
cmmb pie? -
Until yesterday the correct an
swer, locally at least, very likely
i - - wnni . a-Mat rrandmother.
... u t. on- ; 0t those recipes
Irom iong ago that, with a few
ajterej exceptions, have unde-
gervedly died out.
yesterday, however, : a large
crowd of local housewives heard
about maple crumb pie and more
than a , dozen other ..-delicious
of J dishes, saw them made and learn
ie(j noir to make them at ine nm
i taV session of the caieway
store Homemaxers j ri
cooking school held at the arm-
Under the skilled guidance of
Mrs. Marian ; Spencer, the , bur
eau's home economist, tne iirst
day of I the three day ; prosram
I rolled SmOOthly - through '",( tWO
is are already planning new treats
. for family and guests as a result
- 3fcV . VU aaj
"under the pretext of trans-
iernnr wis roaa to juancnoKao."
the dispatch said,' and would be
rrare Tiolation of the Peiplnr-
Mukden - treaties, prOTiding for
the construction and operation of
the road." :
Dlsorranixatlon of normal ac-
tlTities of the railway, particu
larly of the eastern branch, . by
interrupting through freight traf
fic from Russiaa lines - and ' the
seneral undermining of the rail
lwaTa financial , nnsttlnn wnnl
vara financial t position would
preeed e the seisure, according to
tne dispatch. . ,
working conditions would be
made Impossible br Russian am-
ployes of the line, the report eon-
i me ssrentn wreck within a
month on the railroad, which is
(Turn to page 2, col. 1)
HAS WOT MEET
Mrs. Buck Named President
Anain EsSV Hontpt
In Schools Planned
, Mrs. Ora Bear presided at the
opening of the 40th annual con
vention of the Marion county W,
f' T IT lialA k. all jt-w
terday. Mrs. Lydia Lehman was
" iniums umcr
the day In tho absence of the
presiaent, urs. necia Buck who
: Mrs. - Nellie Gunning of Tur
ner, led the devotionala In the
form of a- consecration serrice.
Reports of officers were read
Committees ' on credentials, offi
cial papers, resolutions and mem
bershlp were appointed.
i Mrs. tu n. Humphrey eon
ducted the. memorial service. and
Mrs. Artnur utiey presented
vocal solo. Noontide prayer was
led by Mrs. Belle - Roberts.
Officers elected were president
Mrs: Neela Buck; vice president.
Mrs.. Lydia Lehman: correspond
Ing secretary, Mrs. Ora Bear: re
cording secretary, Mrs. Haxel
Morris: treasurer, Mrs.
(Turn to page 2, col. 1)
WASHINGTON, April 21
(AP) An assertion .that mem
bers of the federal trade commis
sion staff had speculated In com-1
mon siocs. oi we vines service i room at C:30 p. m. with Dean
company was made today byQorK4 w. Peavy as toasrm aster,
Thomas W. Mitchell, commie -
sioner examiner, during an In-
vestlgatlon of the Cities Serrice
ecunties company, wnony own
ed oy the Clues Service company,
The statement was made In the
course of questioning of Mitchell
i on - nis examination oi me se-
curities company affairs by Ro-
on ; his examination of the se-
oert e, iieaiy. tne commission's
chief eounseL Healy was seeking
information as to the extent of
i speculation In the stock during
1928 and 1929 and asked the
examiner If he had ascertained
the amount , of the speculation.
Mitchell replied - he had
at the time of drafting the rol-
nminous report of the company
which had been anbmltted In evW
denee hut had seetired some sne -
elfiA Instances of sneenlatlon af -
terward. -i 4
I of the store of knowledge passed
along to hem.
Women who have occasional or
frequent duiicuiues in the max-
Ing of pastries, for instance, were
tunned at me oemonstration oi
a pastry recipe, so oia mat it oaa
oecome . orana - new ana maaoi
practically Infallible by the
hot water at the i start and
thorougniy cnuiea mixiur at ue
finish. . v.
- Women who ; find trouble in
making meringue stand stiffly at
attention .were vastly pleased to
lttnUOB ' VMft TWIT I tUCa U
lern "the facu tharall but give
... m .
cottee'mVktrVr w willing
admit the merit of a drln coffee
JSIL r.tnl vV w nn!
cer. - -
' Introduced, too, was a biscuit
formula that won praise, not on
ly, tor its normal state, but for
its ability In a quick-change role.
It Droved ' Itself able to "produce
the daintiest of biscuits upon the
.' (Turn to page 6, col. 1)
King County Sheriff, Eight
Deputies Wounded When ;
Razors Brandished v 5
Police Shotgun Squad Gets
Call but mob ; Quelled ;
SEATTLE, April 2t (AP) '
A riot In which iron pipes; stones
and rators were used by unem
ployed demonstrators who were
protesting v a family's 'eviction.
brought severe cuts and broken
bones to Sheriff Claude O. Ban
nick and eight of his deputies
late today. ' : ' . . - ? "
The family of Frank Franzen
was being evicted under foreclo
sure proceedings, and . a' crowd of
between 200 and 100 unemployed
gathered nearby. The fighting be
gan, ' the . demonstrators said,
when one of the deputies struck
one of the children, Leronad, but
Sheriff Bannick denied that, say
ing he was carrying out a foreclo
Shotgun Squad Is
Called, not Used -
with the melee under way, all
available police reserves, includ
lng a shotgun squad, were sum
moned. The authorities did not
reiort to firearms, and the dem
orstrators were quelled, with six
of the demonstrators hurt and 15
arrested on open charges.
snenir Bannicks head was
gashed by a flying rock, and
State Commander of the Amerl
can Legion Harry H. Lewis, an
undershertff,' was struck in the
stomach with a brickbat
Deputy August Buse,' former
University of Washington football
player, was ' Injured severely
about the head by clubs in the
hands of tho crowd.
Others injured Included: Coun
ty Detective William H. Sears,
: (Turn to page 12, col. 1)
, At least 25 members .of Salem
chapter are expected to go to Cor
vallls tomorrow to attend the
first annual convention of the
Oregon Building congress, to be
held on the State college campus.
Lyle P. Bartholomew, director
in Salem chapter, will preside at
the afternoon rural construction
conference, the first meetinr of
a kind ever to be held In the
state, according to Prof. W. J.
Gllmore of tho college. -
The convention will begin at
I noon with a luncheon at the Ho
Among the afternoon I
....v w if. t. f l
Hayesvlllo, president of the Mar-
ion county federated clubs, who
will . discuss cooperation between
builders and farmers. Governor
Julius L. Meier la scheduled to
greet the delegates.
Following tbe business meeting
at 5 o'clock, will be the convention
banquet In Memorial Uaion ball
1 .ad jndre J. O. Bailer of the sUte
supreme court and Frank Branch
I Riley as speakers.
STEADY FOB APRIL
WASHINGTON. April 25
(API A steady pickup In busi
ness since the latter part or Marcn
I was renorted today by Secretary
Roper, with preliminary daU for
I April indicating aeuvity in noia
I nroductlon and distribution has
1 been . hlxher than during last
I Steel production for the most
recent week reported, the secre-
I tary said, naa navancea o ue
highest point of the year. . equal
to the operating rate In the cor-.
responding week ,ot 1932. Auto
mobile production increased.
Lumber and electria power pro-
An ft Inn . irm mmiA V a a a.d
IanA - arhtla MtiH tnill baa
-icked no to an extent that the
secretary believes the April corn-
naH.An with th MrruTwndinr
monta ct m j - would be much
I more . favorable than the returns
i for , tint quarter.
r r Wr Tl " J
Lllke ulBV LlGRuS
a DetCCtlVe FOTCe
"Rllt fret NO PaV
pUllieZb UU kZay
: SEATTLE. ADril 24 (AP
I - - . . . . I .
. S SA Al a-m-.aa.t.Ai
lnniiiriiL.. wan rrirenuw ui inuunu
BUILDERS 6H TO
BUS B 11
l-l cenu; J. W. Ficken of
to oratory to appointed
to the position of chief ot
the detecUve division of the So-
atue pouco. ; . m
Succeeding the ' late Charles
Tennant who died two weeks ago,
he was named by Mayor 'John F.
Dore with full authority, the may
or said, to reorganise the' detec
tive force "from top to bottom."
He wm serve without psy.
Oregon Men Start This To
; . .
,1 : . tav -
i-' :T t
"J- ", -,
rouna? inen from Oreeon homes who
' Beace-tlnM service, atartias! today.
soggestlon as to what they vrlU look like and be d oing soow, the picture having bees nsade In camps
Zarther to tho east. At top, swtiiar-wp exerdsea In a conditioning: oaap where the) meat are kept for
; two weeks to prepare them for the
Power Commission act to be
Referended if Enough
The "supreme court yesterday
ruled the 1938 legislative act
creating: a state power commission
and authorising sale of bonas xor
I Jectsd to a referendum vote July
21 It a sufficient number of names
are' secured on the referendum
petitions now being circulated.
The opinion was written ny
Justice Kelly in a mandamus pro
ceeding Wed by -Charles H. Wie-
der and E.' B. HaiVto compel Hal
E. Hoes, secretary of tate, to ae
; cept the referendum petition. At
torney General Tan Winkle pre
viously ruled that the law was not
subject to referendum because It
carried the emergency clause. Tne
(Turn to page 2coL 4)
NEW TORK, April 2 (AP)
Thin ' and Bradstreet s .'weekly
food Index,-for the week ended
a.t k ,m i ii.7i. a rise
of It cents, or T.4 per cent over
mm --.V rvia waa I
the gVeaUst weekly gain In this
index since April, lizw.
This week a ngure was
higher by 1.4 per eent then the
eorresponaing,weea oi 7ti
the first time the Index has reg
istered & sain over the preceamg
year ainee ine - weea i
20. 1322. The pasi wee w
has brought the Index to it.
r eent above the depression low
at it ll rncuBU uu cu. a,
W W" M mi
Flour grains, dairy products,
FOOD liEX SHOWS
livestock and: provisions an con-1 mncn jrter than heretofore es-the country transferred imme
tributed to the advance. Of .tne timated. J. H. Andrews of the Ldlately to state and local author!-
51 Items inciuaea ib
22 were higher., while 2, prunes
and sheep," were. lower.-
. m a-w mn aw
Mobmen Blamed ,
For Two Deaths
tr ANGELES. April 21
(APl-Orders'for the question-
In-f of numerous unaerwoua
characters were ;. Usued by; tne
aharlfra office tonlxnt as aumur -
itles sought the slayers of Earl G,
With row, 24. alleged boouegser,
and his partner, victor
. ThJrwere strangled to' deaah.
apparently late last night, and
h.ir nita war thrown onto a
ntuae heap In the eastern part of
the city. -
PORTLAND. Ore.; April It
f ap Ted Thre ot romano
took two fans out of three to'wln
from SUvlo.Romalil ot New York
In the main event of tonight's
... v.. V..- TVn
weighed 100 pounds, nine) pounds
U tn RomallL-
I iv,. ,v ,. et-a f. n in fiTe
I aMHM f wrist-
I lUXUHVa -
I . I a - a. - -V.
uwu m w sr -
s latest awvr re si re r-rra . inciu
tBiut3ireo minutes with another
aeries ot wrlstlocrs.
Jo Parelll. ISO, and Bob My-
I era, ill, luiamoo., - uiw.,
led five rounds to a draw In the
seml-windup. each getting a iaii.
Police Sergeant 'Chef Wiles,
ITS. Portland, defeated Heinle
i01son,175. Salem, Ore., winning
fall in the third round el a
- ', - k
have been wne suployed, will be called Into fecit Ice." but distinctly
Kino hundred have been called
rigors of forest life; below, a lesson In the use of sv uu cat saw.
So it Seems
SOUTH BEND, Ore-, April 2S
(AP) A blr blue grouse, usually
a shy creature, paid a short visit
to the home of M. E. smith here
today and shattered three win
dows and Smith's slumber.
Mrs. Smith opened the kitchen
door into the washroom to find
the rronse already inside. Star-
window between the washroom
and tho kitchen. The crash
awakened Smith, a night watcn-
man. Smith tried to catch tne
intruder, but it smashed into a
kitchen window, breaking it out
falling , to get through. The
I grouse tornea,. soomea mruusn
the first. window It had broken.
crashed through .the outside
washroom window and wbirrea
away to tho tall timber.
PORTLAND, Ore., April 2i
(APl-The story of a Persian cat
who deserted her litter of four
kittens to adopt tour tiny coyote
pups was related In a letter re
ceived today y me uregonian
from Willard P. Hershey of Gate-
"The young coyotes, with their
eyes still, unopened," Hersney
said, "were found la a field and
brouxht to the house. Alter a lit
tle persuasion the cat fed them
and . became so enamored of the
wild creatures that she iorsoox,
her own family. She Is now de-
voting her time and energy to her
V V" VI
Tne IOUT alliens, ucvi.
. . ... . ..t.
mwed U vain for their mother.
i . m
OregOl2 limber -
, - , j
mmm-mjm mmm-m, a a. . Aaa-wll 9 at
L.trT.n - h.i made of
m wi CRwli SV U4 WvS A m www
l . . that ther are
i nv. nnnnM nu ai-
s - m i .
in the old survey, he saw, ine
Sluslaw national forest was listed
as containing 2.000,000.000 feet
I of timber. Already the new survey
has shown 4.000.000.oo xeet ia
Lincoln county alone, and tuis is
only a part of the siasiaw ioresu
- : ILLINOIS TO TOTE
SPRINGFIELD. UU April 21
(AP) Tbe Illinois legislature to-
i . atTeed t0 noi4 A constitution
1 A .. . raOflraUon e
a wmiuuuu-va 7-
. .ii.. . atiruarinn bi
. . . .
national prohibition . repeal Juiy
TT" mm J. c IVi n -
JUUO ill t? Mill
I , . - .
At 31 Cents; Sales Many
Actual sales ; at 11 eents, the
highest price of the season, and
unconfirmed reports of buyer'
option at 35 eents were Wednes-
day developments in the nop
i market. . -
Wolf hop company paid si
cents for 43 bales from Thjeasen
and Greus at Jefferson, and Hart
I ana urilHama Taonrht 112 bSiOS at
30 1-1 cents, f?.?:
ported to boniM 111
I at ts 1-4 cents from WiUlg of Mt-
I AnreL Other salea reported above
I - . . . m
s aw w
I M . V . - t A W 9 1 II ttlftfl
nw mi u wna m am w - '
Hfllsboro. 35 bales at ! 1-4
i Brewers demand U the cause
ot the Increase In bop prices, one
aai1at stated yesterday. WhUe
some have expressed opinion that
demand of the English mar set tor
hfina mar have helped the boost.
this dealer said not, as England is
DAt n the market at present.
- England- howevar. reduced IU
tar 'forest ansy" doty. Here's
Chorus and Public Speaking
Contests Held; Winners
- In Later Program
Before an audience of 250 per
sons., the Liberty community
club chorus and Silverton Hills
public speaking 'representative,
ter-club contests in Salem high
school auditorium last night.
Aumsville took second .place in
the choral competition and La-
bish Center second in public
speaking. Silverton Hills Com-.
inanity club's orchestra provided
music between appearances of the
By virtune of their victories last
night, the Liberty . chorus and
Silverton Hills speaker will parti
cipate in the Marion county fed
erated clubs general program to
be given in the high school audi
torium the night of May II. The
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II. S. JOB SERVICE
TO BE ABOLISHED
WASHINGTON, April 21
(AP) Almost complete aboll-
tlon of the present federal em
ployment service and creation in
Its stead of an organisation fash
ioned along the lines of the Wag
ner bill pocket vetoed two years
ago by President Hoover was an
nounced today by Secretary
sne saia ine service naa pror-
ed to be too unsatisfactory to
I ttm msvmttmmmwtmM. Til.
a at a aka
warrant its continuance. The
I offices of the veterans' and farm
labor divisions will be continued
tor lua vmvuk. wtw. vww v.
the other offices scattered over
The new. service will be based
upon two principles, described by
the secretary In a statement as
That the direct operation of
oubUeemployment offices is best
done by state and local govern
That the function of the fed
eral government Is to assist state
and local aovernments to oevei
op and maintain and expand ade-
auato' employment services wim
high standards and common pro
MuiirM and. to weld them to-
I . . a. A
for4 - ft A 0110
IVO ICl M.M M
"" - .
beer tax a" cent this week, and al
though bops are high for tn Eng
lish trade. England will have to
buy in this country It she buys at
all, it is saia. s.
TTaav-v nan sales or tne last tea
days are attributed by the local
ban anthorities to a prevailing
feeling by growers that speculat
ive holdings Of the 19 IX crop are
no longer warranted ana tnat ue
market mlxht as readily go down
ward, with inflation in prospect,
aa nnward. '' . .
WhUo a 24-cent tarixr prevaus
an tmnorted hops, some shipments
have come into the country steaa-
" - - .
llj UVEa L B a .jm m . w.wyv
where low prices prevnlL A lower
exchasxe raiae on ue aouar
makes such purchasing by Amer
ican hop buyers easier. ".
Local hoo men also point out
that it Is only four months until
the 1933 crop comes into the mar
ket- Malt and beer , makers are
thought to have on hand heavier
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Mobilization of Civilian Con
servation Corps Win Starf
In Oregon Today; YamhlT
Group Goes - :
Valley Counties Expected a
Be Next; Quotas WiU b
Exhausted in Regions ,
Drawn From now "
PORTLAND, Ore., April 25 -(AP)
Mobilization of Oregon
men enrolled In the civilian ' con
servation corps Is scheduled to
get under way tomorrow at the
Vancouver. Waslu. barracks. .
Orders were sent out today for
the first contingent of 900 men.
between the ages, of 18 and 25.
to report to the United States
army recruiting officer hero tof "
Msn forming' the tlrtt contin
gent will come only from five
counties, Multnomah, Claekamac,
Colombia. Washington and Yam
hill, and will exhaust the quotaa
of all these counties except Mult
nomah and all but 50 men ia
Multnomah's quota. Multnomah
will send (53 men; Clackamas,
97; Washington, 42; Yamhill.
44; and Columbia 42.
The next call . for men from
Oregon will probably be made
from the Willamette valley dis
tricts, aa. recruiting offices are
located at 8alem and Eugene.
Makes Selections '
Raymon- B. Wilcox, chairman
of the state relief committee,
said the selection of these coun
ties was made by the relief com- .
mlttee under the suggestion -of
the department of labor to expe
dite the enrollment of the "forest
army. He said lack of recruit
ing facilities in other parts oi
the state was the chief reason m
the choice of counties adjacent ;
to Portland. Meanwhile, arrange
ments will be made for other
offices to be established through
out the state and money obtained
tor transportation eosts. , .
Multnomah count) men wlu oe
the first to go to the barracks,
where 200 will be mobilised. The (
overflow wm be sent 10 r on.
Lewis. Wilcox said.
Exniiclt Instructions were to
day mailed to county relief com- .
mlttees about the procedure to be
followed- Attention -was esped-
ally called to the instructions
that should bo given to the men
reporting. Ti.ese should bring
lunch with them as they may be
st the reerultlng station all day.
They should be prepared y go
directly to tho condition camp,
and ahould 'travel light.
Details of Handling
Crews Worked Owt . -
Rerlonal Forester C. J. uuc.
who returned to his Portland of
fice yesterday from Washington.
D. C said details for handling
the corps have been worked ot
carefully by the departments in
"wt!on of the men." he said.
-has been placed in the hands of.
the department of labor, wnica
has designated the state relief
committee as Its agency, uniy
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The Day in
By the Associated Press t
presideat Roosevelt prepared
to send congress- a rtsoinuovi
understood to aathorixe a war.
debts moratorium snstix sner
the. London economic eonier
Annate added to the iaflatloa
measure an amendment authoris
ing president to remonetiae silver -and
providing for free coinage
thereof.. : . :-
Prime Minister MacDonald of .
elm Ttitmimi iUmrtd after be -
; and President Rooeevelt spoke
tn a statesMat of raising cose- w
anodity prices, removing exces- v
sire tariff and other resttio
tions, credit cxpanaioa and oth
er points explored for; agree
meat at London. . . - -
Senator Robinson (R-Ind) in
troduced a soldiers' bonus pay-,
men! amendment to the tn flatten
bm and house democ ratio adve-
catea announced enough support
to force a party caucus on tne
ui tuiwv an vi
i -aymeat jae.
. Uowee approved a reeol allow -for
Judiciary eommiUeo. inven
tigatioa of tmpeaehment charr- .
es by RepreeenUtivo Smith'
(D-Va) against Jndge JaxneS A.
Lowell ef Dostom. '
7 President Roosevelt nominated
Mrs.-Nellie Tayloe Ross of Wyra
mg as director of tbe mint..