The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 23, 1933, Page 2, Image 2

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Jhe OREGON STATESMAN. Salecw Oregon Tuesday Morning. May 23; 1933 -
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Salem Lodge and Friends to
Hold Picnic at Hagers
Grove Next Sunday :
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Manslaughter Charge; Filed
After, Death of Gilbert
I Early Sunday Morn
Aubrey (1-Crawford. 2S. 1870
Norta .winter street, will face a
chars of lavolnntary manslaagb-
ter ia JastIce eotirt at 2 p. m. to
day when ho eaten a plea or guil
ty or aot guilty after being glTen
24 hoars In which to plead Mob
, day and being held In Jail when
he failed to lumlan ball ot $3000.
Crawf.ord.wss "the driver of an
ill-fated car '.wblcH crashed Into
! the auto oecnpled by Mr. and Mrs.
Roy B. Gilbert early Sunday
morning at ; the Intersection ot
Marlon and North High streets.
Beth; Gilbert- and his wife were
throws v from their car. Gilbert
sustaining, injuries - which result
ed in bis Instant death. The skull
of Mrs.- Gilbert was fractured but
last night at the hospital where
she is confined she was reported
resting comfortably with good
likelihood that she will recover; -.
Gilbert, BO, night watchman at
the Valley Motor - company here,
- rras starting "home, going east .on
Marlon Itreet, He Is reported, to
haro nearly crossed the intersec
tion when Crawford, driving rap
- idly, collided with him as he went.
north os High, street. - Police who
arrested Crawford after the acci
dent, assert he was under the in
fluence, of intoxicating liquor. He
was examined by Dr. Vernon
Doagla. city physician, and the
latter! testimony will be used at
: the- preliminary bearing today.
Crawford,, employed as a radio
service man by a local firm, had
been In the country near Salem
playing: in an -orchestra at a
dance. When his ear struck the
on driven by Gilbert the latter's
car was hurled . across the street.
Because of a broken wheel and a
, running motor. It. again crossed
the street audits occupants were
; thrown out. f Neither auto over
turned and Crawford himself-was
uninjured.; .-, .
Gilbert's body was badly mangled.-
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iT UST CONCERT
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ed "Father Abraham' by Tre
harne and "Plantation" by Stei
ner. Then la concert with or ac
companied by the orchestra the
choir gave "Let Their Celestial
Concerts Unite," a Handel clas
sic, and Beethoven's arrangement
of the "Hallelujah Chorus from
the "MUef Olives." The latter
is less familiar but tally as me
lodious as the chorus from the
"Messiah" and both numbers
were received with acclaim by
the listeners. The choir's work
was especially effective with the
orchestral accompaniment, 'the
direction of Mr. Oershkovitch
giving the background of har
mony and volume to the clear
notes t the -Willamette young
men and women.
Growing interest ot the com
munity as evidenced last night,
assures continued support for the
orchestra, whose patrons gather
May SI for the annual meeting,
for the report of the year, the
election of officers, and the out
line of plans for the forthcoming
third season. ;
FOB VJftTER PUMT
(Continue from ease D
before the application is finally
determined upon at Washington.
Oral arguments on the $2,580,
000 bond authority voted here will
he beard next Monday in state su
preme court, th dty having eom-J
pieiea ne nunar w ' .
. The water project, while only
on for which the city hopes to
receive federal aid. Is the major
In point of expenditure. Other
projects upon, which the aldermen
m nrenarrnr temoorary elans so
federal help may be sought Include
th municipal dock project, im
nravement and extension of the
city's sewer system, and construc-
tlon ot a sewage aisposai pianu
Trout That Got
. Away is Caught
- By Bend Angler
BEND. Ore May it (AP)-r
Th fiii that rot away was
canrht bv W. A. Lackatf, Bend
angler, when he tried the waters
ot South Twin lake Sunday. And
Lackaff recoveredthe complete
tackle the catch had gotten away
with.
As Lacks ft rowed :' toward .
pot where ke had seen a trout
leap, be saw a line tangled In
the weeds. He grabbed the line
and hauled away. A atrugKling
trout was at the end of it. Then
he begaa to pull in the line ia
- the ' opposite direction. Finally
ip came a- casting rod, equipped
nth a tine reel. . It bore the
tame et J. L. Edmunds ot Klam-
sin rails. i .. .
IN UPTldARTOrS COMBDT
R O At A A V K IN
THE LAKli
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Czvv Sins Sing
Del E. SI
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Altaeegk tke eeM-eleeded seaaaer la which l-yrW Herry Mark
f Qeeeea. H. Y., planned u4 executed tk aUyiag el 12-yeaTId
Bende. skecked all wk fisteaed to the erideaee. twe aoted New York
a.wliUtrUt tmkm thm tand that ke sbeald not be isaoiisnaed tee the
crinM. Te uid March te Sin Sins to
t Htm that tkm vwrdict ef aeeoad
k mmw . t imH KU JkueM ttf mnntnl twkahilitatiesw Tke tw
pncUliiu, Dr. LnU Berg, atteadiag pbysiciaaet Mew York Ctmmtj
PaeiteatUry, aad Dr. Edward S. Cewlce, bead ef the PayckUlri Feaav-'
datioa, place ike entire klaaae for Merck's doliaeaeacy aoearoly vpoa the
akoalders el society, aad tt U op te sedery, tkey believe, te try te vad
what it kaa deae. Or. Berg everts that outside ef prkea walls there
would always be a chase for tk yeatk to aaead. but if ke Is locked t
for tk kett years ef kis Ufa with kardoaed criaaiaak, ke will come eet of
Jail tkoreagkfy werpod. Dr. Cewlas k of Jke opiaioa that iaataaJ ef
boiag seat to Si a Siag, yoaaf Merck should ke placed vador- sopor
vision, education, diocipiiae aad coatroL where ke might ke stadied ead
treated like other deficient children. Apparently both doctors kofiore
la the statement made at Merck's trial te the effect diet the boy killer
had the mentality ef only a six-year-old child.
The Gall
Board
By OLIVE &L OOAfi
ELSIN0RB
Today Ramon Norarro In
"The Barbarian."
Friday Double bill: Clyde
Beatty in "The Big Cage";
and, Nancy Carroll and
Paul Lukas In "The Kiss
Before the Mirror."
HOLLYWOOD
Today - Janet Gaynor ia
Tess of the Storm Coun
try." Wednesday Ann Harding
and Leslie Howard in "An
imal Kingdom."
Friday Wallace Beery in
"Flesh."
THE GRAND
Today Elissa Land!
in
"Warrior Husband."
Thursday Elissa Landl in
"State Fair."
Bids for Camp
Supplies Show
Reduced Prices
Bids for foodstuffs for the an
nual national guard encampment,
to be held In June, Indicated a
lowered price level than In 1912,
Major-General White announced
Monday.
The federal apportionment per
man tor th 3071 enlisted men
and officers this year Is 41 cents
per day as against 45 cents & year
ago. The cost ot the food will ex
ceed f 2S,0. nd all contracts
will be awarded to Oregon deal
ers.
The bid showed lower prices
for beef, cabbage, carrots, coffee,
ham, hamburger, jam, lemons.
lettuce, onions, oranges, potatoes,
pork, tomatoes, lard, turnips, veal
and strawberries. Prices for let
tuce and oranges were 60 per cent
less than in 193.
Slight increases- were noted in
the bids tor bacon, army beans,
butter, eggs, milk, prunes, poul
try and sugar. Other commodities
whose prices were not changed.
Included bread and flour.
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At the residence on route 8,
box 140. May 22, Mrs. Mary Mc
Clay, aged SO years. Survived by
sons. Robert and Joe; six grand
children. Remains in care of the
Terwilllger " Funeral home, 770
ChemekeU street.- Announce
ments later.
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BALLOT ei W
CASE TO BE TRIED
MEDFORD, Ore., Hay II.
(APj The burglary cases
growing oat ot th theft of sev
eral thousand ballots from th
Jackson county courthouse win
be brought to early trial. It was
announced here today following
completion ot the trial ot Llewel
lyn A. Banks la Eugene.
Ralph Moody, chief prosecut
or la the Banks case will also
prosecute the ballot theft cases.
and Cirenit Judge George F. Skip-
worth ot Lane county, who pre
sided at th Banks trial, will
again be on the bench.
Twenty-two men were indicted
In connection with the theft. They
include County Judge Earl H.
Fehl, Sheriff Gordon L. Scher
merhorn and Mayor Walter Jones
ot Rogue River.
Moody was la Salem today te
confer with Governor Julius L.
Meier and Attorney General Van
Winkle.
Summer Fallow
Loans Available
P. H. Bell, in charge of fed
eral crop loans here, announced
Monday that he had received ap
plication blanks for loans oa
summer fallowing and winter
wheat, and that applications
must be In the mails, or tiled at
his office, 225 Oregon building.
not later than May 21. Mr. Bell
will assist those who call at his
office in making oat the appli
cations. Dream is Blamed
For Man's Death
MARTINEZ, Calif., May 22
(AP) Charles H. Turner, 52, of
El Cerrlto, died at the county
hospital here today and his death
was attributed te a dream he had
Thursday night-
Turner, asleep at bem.
dreamed he was being held up,
he said. He jumped through a
window, ran a block, and was
struck by a street car. He died
of a fractured skuIL
fjpalcc it at
Middle Asc
"I ftMB: the TosetnMe
ChaBte. 1 frit better after tike fleet
bottle. I etUl take H wkeaomc 1
doo't feal qoitn so per.
SOtS. B. W. WHXIaMJ
l7l8Mrveiea AvelrrleatoawK.!
Toe eee eepeaa enoa a merficte
Which bee the enittea eadoreemonS
f more than bail n mffllw wommw
bold at ail ereg atom.
Sunday, " May 28, at " IIagers
Grove. . Central ledge No. 18,
Knights of Pythias, will celebrate
59 years of service to the 8alem
community. This lodge recently
quipped new Quarters upstairs at
248 , North Commercial street
wher, the members hare a -comfortable
ball and are quit active.
Tn local organisation has suf
fered many aps and downs in Its
8ft years of exiattence, Including
being burned out ef Its- Quarters
four times. '.Many citlsens ot Sa
lem la all walks of life axe or
have been - members of Ceatral
ledge and are invited to attend
th picnic. '- .
' Th arrangements are ia charge)
ef Leonard Hlzsoa, Joha Darts
aad Leonard Jadson. Beside read
ings and musical numbers. Grand
Chancellor Warren 8. Barnes aad
past Supreme Chancellor Leslie B.
Crouch will be present and deliver
tuterestlag talks. Past 8uprem
Chancellor Crouch is tk only man
from the west te have attained
this high koaor. -" v
All Pythlam members aad ter
mer members . and their friends
are Invited to attend. . Those at
tending will bring their lunch.:
hog coffee will be served by the
committee In charge.
I'M Oil 1.1 AT
WASHINGTON, Hay 22 AP)
Bp order et th Wait Hons
work has been baited on construc
tion et a dam at th governmesrt
Masei Shoals property for which
the Hoover adminutrauoa con
tracted la Its closing days.
Action was taken on the basis
of reports received from Louis
Glavis, chief ot th Interior de
partment's Investigation bureaa,
who made a personal survey of
the Alabama project tor tk ad
mi titration.
Th dam Involved was intended
to supplement the power poten
tialities of the huge Wilson dam.
Construction ot such a dam, to be
known as dam number 2, is au
thorised la the new Muscle Shoals
law.
Lutheran Group
To Open Meeting
Today, Silverton
SILVERTON, May 22 (Spe
cial) Th Rev. M. A. Christeo
sou of Astoria will deliver th
first address of the annual con
vention of th Oregon Circuit ot
Lutheran churches which opens
Tuesday morning at It o'clock.
Rev. Mr. ChrLstenson will speak
on "Th Christian and th Mis
sions" at 11 o'clock at Trinity
church.
Luncheon will be served at the
church at noon and the afternoon
session will open at 2 o'clock with
the T ev. P. J. Lnvaas introducing
the afternoon theme. Prof. Mar
tin Holum ef Portland will talk
Tuesday night at t o'clock en
"Christian Elementary Educa
tion. Th meetings ar opera to
the public.
More Warrants
Called by State
The state treasurer yesterday
Issued a call for an state war
rants Indorsed "not paid for want
ot funds" up to and including
April 20. This call Involves war
rants In the amount of approxi
mately $500,000.
Payments ot these warrants
win reduce the general fund war
rant obligations by S1.047.II5.4T.
1 MAIL COUPON .., bow
Greyhound takes you to aad
throughf avorite vacation areas ;
tCAIX GREYHOUND AGENT
. . register surprise . . at lower-than-evcr
fares ... at Grey
hound's convenient service!
t. BOARD A GREYHOUND
BUS ... enjoy ecenie highways
from deep cmhiond seats.
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Agmt, W. W. Chadwlck,
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lira, Franklla D. Rooeevelt, wife ef the reaideBt; Is plctored as sk
addressed membexa eLthe 1932 Bonus Army ia their big faaetorismi
tent" at Fort Hunt, Va. George D. Brady, ehatrmaa of th Tntaream, is
shewn beside Mrs. Reoesvelt. After aZlreBsisg tk saeivth First
UdT" led them in staging' MA Leng, Leag. TraO," sbeir favortba aa
ia war days.
DB PiSECM
IS
Ralph Moody, Medford attor
ney, wh was ia charge ot th
presecutloa t L A. Banks, coa
victed la the Lane eounty circuit
court 6unday ea a charge ef seo-oad-degree
murder, spent yester
day ia Salem eouterrlag with
Charles P. Pray, superlateadeat
of state police, aad Attorney Gen
eral vaa winkle.
Banks was convicted ot alaylag
George Preseett. coastable ot the
Medford district ia Jackson coun
ty. Mrs. Banks, also la dieted tor
first-degree murder, was acquit
ted.
Moody was appointed to rep
resent Attorney General van
Winkle ia the case after William
8. Levens died suddenly at Ea-
gene on the second day et the
trial. He said he would return to
Eugene at the expiration ot 20
days to axgu against a motion
for a new trial.
CHAMBER TO MEET
SILVERTON. May 22 The Sil
verton chamber ef commerce will
hold its May meeting Tuesday
night with a banquet at 1:20 at
Price Effeetirt Tuesday and
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Th New
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Quick Dissolving,
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All
HMMB
Postloastiespk.
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Bin Seal, All-Pur-post
Family Flour
24yrIb. bag
Baiters breakfast
Heinz Variety Week
Lowest Prices la Tears Being Demonstrated AH Week
Stock Up on These Low Prices and Sare!
Opea Till 9 P.M. Daily
We Resem the Right to Limit Quantities
(DH1LM1
ARE HERE AGAIN!
Here's another of our popular "Dollar Day" excursions over
the Dccoradott Day holidays. Roundtrips to almost eTery
- erbeinthe WccablainIu-o
Start your trip on one of thee dates: ' ' V; .
r.in co . 27. co co . so
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Portland r r $L15 Spokane
Klamath PalCs; 7..,., .,
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5.C5
Medfort' f ':y
GranU Pasa",',:"
th Chris Uaa church. Oa ot th
Important Issues which will be
brought vp is th fiecuBslon of a
sewage disposal plant. Norrls
Ames wm report for th indus
trial committee.
Fatal Accident
One of Several
Here on Sunday
Th blotter at th eity police
station listed frreA motor acci
dents Sunday, th first occurring
at 5 a. m., between cars driven I
by Aubrey Crawford, 22, and Roy
Gilbert at High and Marlon la
which Gilbert was killed aad his
wife was seriously injured.
Other accidents reported were
by Carl A. Elmlund. at the 1400
block oa North 19th street, whose
car struck Billy Comfort. 8, bruls
lag both of the lad's knees; colli
sion between cars driven by J. C.
McKern of Yamhill aad Henry
Shavland of Portland at Marios
and High streets in which none
was injured; accident involving
car driven by Jlmmle Hedrle ot
Salem aad unidentified driver at
Commercial and Center; also min
or mishap reported by George
Casebeer of Salem at Electric
avenue and Cottage street.
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Wednesday, May 23 and 21
Package.
Furor,
Furors
Strawberry
Variety for
Canning, Potmd
21c
Cocoa
1915
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SeatUe " , ' " 5J0
Los AgjejesT: V ;;V:. ?M
BakersfleU 19.70
San Francisco "L 1S.CS
Sacramento " ' ' :" XZSl
Beats Norman Scott by few
. .Votes; Miss Abrams to
Bo Clarion Editor
la a close -revote election held
at the Sleca high school yester
day -for student body offices not
decided at the election last week.
Bob Brown ell was chosen presi-
flat ot th atudeat body by vir-
te et receiving. 20 more votes
thaa Normaa ScotL -
Other names which were voted
apoa Monday: sine no candidate
received -r a saajorlty last week
were Iris Jorgenson, secreuryj.
Elisabeth Abrams, Clarion editor;
Xeateth Woods. Clarion annual
manager; Eugaae Tower, forensic
manager; Doa Coons, athletic
saaaager, (reelected); Dorotny
MeLeod. song leader.
''Iastallatloa senrlees for the
newly elected officers will be held
at a student body assembly Thurs
day... . . .
" Sean Urn la th near futar
aad necessarily before the close
ot school June 2. high .school stu
dents win b called upon to rot
upon a revised coostltatlom. Bob
Read. TPresldeat - of th stud ant
body, stated yesterday, that mem
bers otta student conseu had
been working overtime tor the
past two weeks revising th ld
consutuuoa. L
On et th .changes advocated
r.
Also Screen Act TraTelogue News
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
AGAIN HE IS A PAGAN! SINGING SONGS OF
LOVE! ROMANTIC! DARING!
with MYRNA LOY
REGINALD DENNY
She swooned in the
arms of this fiery
prince of the desert,
who risked death to
carry her off on her
bridal day!
EXTRJW
. Jlmmle Gleason
Comedy, "Rockabye
Cowboy" - Newt
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PUT ON YOUR SHOES
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Women's Soles
Men's Soles
Boy's Soles
Children's Soles
'' ' according to size! - , '. '
.We use only the finest leathers and there ean bo no
liner work produced in any shoo r. : ' '
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Meet the 1933 "Miss England," ia
private lit Miss Angela. Ward, of
London. Miss Ward was recently
hailed as th most beautiful girl
ef her native land aad will repre
sent it in the international beauty
contest at Madrid. Spain. Should
ahe emerge victorious, she wQ com
pete at Los Angeles this Summer
for the title of "Miss Universe."
by the eoonef! la concerning the
right to vote.. According to the
old rule a atudeat had vet un
less he held a stadeat body ticket
and this wIU not b necessary ac
cording to the revised laws. An
other approved change would
give th athletie manager a let
ter. Harry, Last Day!
We've always said that nethieg's too
good for oar patreasl New we're) prov
tag it by giving yom this great. Arlias
ptctmre at popmlar price taunedmtery
after release!
GEORGE
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