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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morninj?. Jnne 3, 1933
uoca IN ews Briefs
Audita j Duly 'Made Regular
audits of all school clerk's hooks
have been made annually-by the
county Bchool superintendent's
office since the audit law was
enacted, Mrs. Mary LFulfcerbon,
county -school - superintendent
said, in reply to a statement In
the county audit published this
week, in which such a procedure
was- recommended. She said that
soma times at the end of the
year, warrants issued to a school
district clerk had not gone
through the routine for payment
and been approved by the treas
urer. This I-.ct explains discrep
ancies between school clerks
books and those of the treasurer.
Found Insane H. C, Reed,
' Salem man accused of contribut
ing to the delinquency of a 9
year old child, has been adjudged
insane and committed to the
state hospital, it was stated yes
terday by the sheriff's office
Reed was to- come before the
justice of the peace at 2 p.m.
Friday but the committment did
away with the necessity for a
Hot lunches serv. Sat. and Sun. at
Wil. flow, show by Cong, women.
Last Day to Hoisler June 21
Is the final day to register tor the
July 21 special election, U. G.
Boyer, county clerk, said yester
day. A considerable number of
people are registering daily. Citi
zens who hare not voted in the
last two vears. who have changed
their residence, who have liever
registered before or women who
hare changed their names, are all
required to register.
Makes Many Speeches Three
speeches In two days to gradual
lng classes Is the accomplishment
the last two days of Dr. Carl u
Doney, Willamette university pres
ident. He spoke Thursday to the
senior class at Albany college, yes
terday morning to the senior high
school class here and last night to
the senior class at McMinnville
Here From Astoria Mrs. Rob-
ert Klnnev and children of Astor
la arrived in Salem Friday for a
visit with Mrs. Kinney's parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Moores.
Doerfler Files F. A. Doerfler
filed yesterday as a candidate for
a director of the new board of
education for non-high school dis
tricts to be elected by non-high
school district voters June 19.
Doerfler's candidacy is for zone
five. He is in favor of the continu
ation of high school bus transportation.
Signs for Exam Patrolman
C. A. Kuykendall, driver of the
central police prowl car, is the
latest member of the department
to sign up to take the promotion
examinations to be given by the
civil service commission June 14.
He is the fifth officer to sign.
Dry" planer and old fir wood.
Prompt delivery. Fred E. Wells."
Wants Divorce -Lillian Knapp
filed suit yesterday for a divorce
from O. A. Knapp to whom she
was married November 7, 1931, in
Oregon City. She alleges he is
Jealous and fault finding and
since May 29 has not lived at their
Headrlck Report In The Unit
ed States National bank yesterday
filed Its semi-annual account in
the estate of the late Margaret E.
Headrlck. Income for the period
has been $1770 and outgo $1726.
The estimated value of the estate's
assets are $6259.
7 More File Eleven candi
dates filed in the state depart
ment Friday as delegates to the
constitutional convention to vote
on repeal of the eighteenth
amendment to the federal consti
tution These included Victor
Chambers, Van .2. Kenery, Mrs.
Dorothy Hesse and George C.
Stanley, Lane county; Roscoe
Kreir and Ben R. LHfin, Wasco
county, and Dean Johnson, Lin-
corn county. AH seven of the can
didates favor repeal of the amend
Wanted, used f urn. Tel. 8110.
GOOSE M PACK
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Crop Reported Excellent in
Hazel Green District;
Talk Starch Plant
Gooseberries in the Hazel
Green section are excellent this
season, and If rain holds off the
harvest will be one of the finest
nossible, according to Joseph Ze!-
llnskl, second largest grower In
the countv. He has two and a
Confirmation Sunday The half acres of these berries In bear-
fifth class to be confirmed at the ine from which he expects to
American Lutheran church by harvest six tqns this spring.
Rev. P. W, Erlksen will be con- Ylnt deliveries of gooseberries
firmed Sunday morning at 10:30 wm be made to Salem canneries
o'clcok. The candidates are Miss Monrtav with hoh rclt Mnrdnck
Ruth Gwendolyn Forgard, Arne and uant Brothers slated to put
Sigurd Jensen, Lester Frank My- UI) a .mall nack.
ers, Faye Marian bcheirman,
John Aage Rohmer, Elnor Antoin
ette Sederstrom, Evelyn Helen So-
laud, Virgil Kenneth Mason. New
members will also be received.
Gooseberry prices range all the
way from two and a half cents' to
four cents this year, it Is said.
In the Kielinski patch, about 18
pickers wil be employed, with the
going wage the same as for the
. . . i e Ti IT
service jiour ar-r--iy. x.. few 60 cents a nnnd.
D. Chambers of Portland former i Good make $
rector nre, win itou -
Paul's Episcopal church Sunday
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morning at Dom service, o.u- SILVERTON. June 2. Bond
ning this Sunday, the churctt ser- holder8 of the Silverton Food
vices will be held on the summer producta company hoid a
schedule, with the regular 11 meeting Tuesday, June 6. in the
o'clock morning service to be held rooma over the Ameg Hardware
at 10 o clock. This will continue 8tore for tne purp06e of compiet-
during June, July and August. Qg neg0tlatjon3 .lth the Poto
Forum Plans Banquet Tho Products company of Portland, in
Young Peoole's forum of First the latter s proposal to open the
Methodist church is planning a cannery and start a starch factory
banquet to be held Friday night, here. Members t the Portland
June 9, at 6:30 o'clock in the company were at Silverton this
church parlors. Bart Crary will week looking over the local plant
m-enar th dinner. All voune peo- nl discussing arrange-
pie who are interested in Joining ments
the forum are Invited to attena
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Dance Mellow Moon every Sat. &
Wed. nite. Tantalizing music.
Woodry's 9-piece band. Big crowd,
4 Mishaps Fatal There were
four fatalities due to industrial
accidents in Oregon during the
weok ending June 1, according to
a report prepared by the state in
dustrial accident commission to
day. The victims were Eugene
Parker. Baxter; Phil Kelley, Aza
lea; R. G. Balschw-eid, Scio, and
Clarence Ward, Portland.
Auction today 1:30 p. m. at F. N.
Woodiy's Auction Market, 1610
Protect Highway Petitions
were received at the executive de
partment Friday protesting
against the proposed lumbering
operations along the Crater Lake
highway. The petitions set out
that the cutting of this timber
would mar the highway and elim
inate much of the natural scenery.
To Iteliver Plates Delivery
of motor vehicle license plates
covering the period July 1 to
January 1, will get under way
June 10, it was announced at the
Btate department yesterday. Ap
plications are now being receiv
ed, subject to future delivery. The
cost of the passenger car license
for the six-months period is $5.
Clue in Amnesia
Case Now Sought
At Grants Pass
City police yesterday turned to
ward Grants Pass in their attempt
to establish definitely the identity
ana residence of the woman am
nesia victim who came to the
Y. W. C. A. here Sunday. Inform
ed that she might have come from
the Josephine county seat, they
requested officers there to check
on the case. Efforts to locate ac
quaintances f the woman at Eu
gene, on a rumor heard here,
The woman, who is being cared
for at a local hospital, said she
was about 45 years old and gave
ner name as Veda Friest.
While better sewag disposal
for cities alone the Willamette
river la needed, Salem'a represen
tative at the conference held
Thursday In Ba!eia expressed
themselves as dubious about the
feasibility of obtaining federal
help for the project. '
"When we got down to talk
practical phases of the problem
we met with no satisfactory an
swers, Douglas McKay, mayor.
commented Friday. Such was the
report also of Chris J. Kowiu
and 8. A. Hughes who attended
None of the three men said
they felt that Salem citizens
would Tote upon themselves a
service charge payable .monthly
for sewage plant disposal costs.
The only alternative to such a
charge would be a city-wide tax
to pay for the sewage plant and
city officials felt citizens here
were unlikely to add to their
present high cost of government,
much of which Is occasioned by
fixed charges of bonded debt.
bat counselled that ft should be
used - only when a specific de
scription of the car could be used
and when the price was specified.
The speaker said be felt classi
fied advertising, being specific
and not ' being effective unless
truthful, was often more exact In
its statements than the national
type cf advertising which dealt
In unprovable assertions.
CHURCH IS PUIED
Above are Mrs. Bruca MacDonald, murdered widow of a Flint, Mich,
banker, and her seventeen-year-old son, Balfe, whe is being sought by
police for questioning. The toy vanished the night his mother, a wealthy
social leader, was clubbed to death in their nalatial home.
The Portland General Electric
company has discontinued the
manufacture and sale of steam
from its South Liberty street
plant here, W. M. Hamilton,
manager, said yesterday. The
plant will not be operated except
in eases of emergency or when
the load of the system here de
mands that electricity be gener
ated here. Actually the steam
plant has been only for heating
purposes in the last three years.
A number of plants in the city
which have purchased steam
from the power company have
made other arrangements. Sale
of steam has not been profitable,
Mr. Hamilton said, due to the ex
cess size of the boiler for the
amount of steam sold, and due
to the loss of steam in transmis
sion. Three men are affected by the
closing of the steam plant, hav
ing been steadily employed there.
WESLEY HEISE GETS
OREGON STATE COLLEGE,
Corvallls, June 2. (Special)
Wesley Heise of Salens, who will
graduate In commerce at Oregon
State college Monday, as a major
student in advertising and selling,
has been appointed on the adver
tising staff of the Oregon Journal.
He starts work the day follow
ing his graduation.
This appointment comes as a
result of Mr. Heise's activities In
advertising while In college. Dor
ng his senior year he was presi
dent of Alpha Delta Sigma, the
national professional fraternity in
advertising. He bas also served as
national advertising maaager on
the 1932 Beaver, the aH-conege
year book; advertising manager
and in charge of collections on
the Oregon State monthly.
He has been prominent In mus
ical circles at the college, being
a member of Kappa Kappa Psi.
the band honorary. Some months
ago he rated Ripley's "Believe
It or Not" page in the national
While attending Salem high
school, Heise was president of
both tbe Junior and senior
classes. He was student chairman
of the high school finance com
mittee, and worked for four year's
in the credit department of the
Salem Business Men's league.
Elliott in San Diego S. J. El
liott, vice-president of the First
National bank here, now in Cal
ifornia on a trip, is in San Diego
for a visit after spending some
time with business friends in San
Francisco, according to word re
ceived by friends here. He will be
gone for an indefinite period.
Ziddell Pleads Guilty Harold
Ziddell, Portland youth, pleaded
guilty in Justice court Friday to
the charge of fishing without a li
cense. He was fined $25 by Mil
ler Hayden and the fine was re
mitted and Ziddell was released
on a year's probation. He paid the
Case Set The case of Frank
Morley against John Morley will
be continued in circuit court here
June 8 and 9. counsel for the two
litigants have decided. The suit In
volves a lease on a 100-acre hop
yard near Silverton.
Grading work on the Whitewa
ter creek-Pamelia creek section of
the North Santiam highway has
been begun and rock crushing for
rocking of the Detroit-Whitewater
creek section will soon be begun,
members of the county court re
The Guthrie-McDougall com
pany will handle both Jobs and
will employ 160 men when the
work is in full swing but all need
ed help has been secured and it
will be useless for men to seek
work, the court reported.
A federal government camp at
Hoover was visited by the court.
Men are living in large army tents
and the only wooden building is
the commissary. The work Is Just
being organised and the men
there were at work yesterday com
pleting the preparation of the
ment of the latter store announced
yesterday. The latter store for five
years has handled, as an Indepen
dent organization, women's weag,
dry' goods, men's clothing and
shoes for men and women and
will continue this business as here
tofore. The present Bloch store Is
an Independent organization and
has no Intention of operating
The Incoming Block store Is one
of a series of shoe stores, branches
of which are now operating In Se
attle and Portland. The new store
will operate In quarters which
were vacated this month by the
Elliott Dry Goods store.
Harritt Will In The will of th
late Rachel C. Harritt who died
At the residence, 641 Center
street, May 31, Elmer C. Plank,
aged 69 years. He leaves the fol
lowing brothers and sister: Ar-
Correctlon. The telephone number thur C. Plank of Salem, Leland
of Sauare Deal Second Hand store w Plank of McLaughlin, S. D.,
Is 3924. The number was omitted r07 l. Plank of Plalnview, at the age of 80 at the Methodist
from the ad in Friday's states- Minn., and Mrs. Clara I. Bums or Old People's home here was ad
man. Payette, Idaho. Funeral services mltted to probate here yesterday.
- i tohot, Tuesday, June 6 at 1:30 p.m. Lizzie A. Daniel and Ada Hull
Kenton Loses License ,we from the chapel of W. T. Rig- have been named executrices.
E. M. Kenton, route one, pleaded doQ and Son
guilty In municipal court yester- Estate Admitted The estate of
day on a charge of speeding, smh lte James V. Tsntls was ad-
Judge Mark Poulsen suspended At the residency RL 6. box 62 ml"d probate yesterday In
his driver's license ror one wee, Salem Jone 2, Ef fie A. Smith, ou" er- mruia v. Yantis is to
court records show,
Estate Valued The estate of
the late Oka Larson was admit
ted to probate yesterday and Ladd
A Bush were named administra
tors. Real property, bas an esti
mated' value of $1800 and per
sonal property of $150. '
Fraternity to Coast Members
of the Alpha Psi Delta fraternity,
co-ed friends and faculty members
are making a one-day Jaunt to
Nelscott today. The picnickers
arose early and left by cars for the
Lincoln county beach resort.
oe administratrix of nronertv
which has an estimated value of
not juncnes serv. Sat. and Sun. at
Wil. flow, show by Cong, women.
. "A treasure hunt tor a church",
that Is the unique announcement
of Rev. B. Earle Parker, pastor of
the First Methodist church. The
church conference year Is closing,
and In an effort to wind up the
year with all obligations met, a
special gathering will be held Sun
Members snd friends are in
vited to ransack their home chests
and bring In all the old gold and
silver they have. A "pirate" treas
ure chest will be opened and the
donations dropped Into this chest
at the Sunday service. The metal
will then be shipped to refineries
for turning over to the govern
ment or use In the arts and tbe
proceeds returned to the church
."It is estimated In a city this
size there Is $150,000 in old gold
and silver which is wholly un
used," said Dr. Parker. "We will
be content to get only a small por
tion of this amount."
Evening fn Paris
Evening in Paris
GIVEN WITH EACH BOX OF THE LOVELY
Thre exquisite creations
and ALL for the price of
the powder alone . . .
DN BUSINESS TRIP ADS IN CLASSIFIED
OUT, STATE SCHOOLS
PORTLAND. June 2 Three
summer catalogues of tne ore
gon State System of Higher Ed
ucation are off the college and
university presses this week. One
bulletin describes the summer
offerings of the Oregon State
college at Corvallis, one Is for
the two university sessions at
Portland and Eugene and one
has been printed Jointly for the
summer terms and quarters of
tbe three normal schools at Ash
land, La Grande and Monmouth.
The regular six weeks sessions
at all places will begin on June
19 and will close on July 28.
These will be followed by a five
weeks session at each of the
normal schools, from July 81 to
September 1 and a four weeks
post session at Eugene, serving
Eugene and Portland, from July
the regular sessions at Corvallis,
81 to August 25.
Fred W. Leadbetter, president
of the Oregon Pulp & Paper com
pany here, in the last three weeks
has been able to make business
engagements In this country, in
South America and in Europe, ac
cording to word received yester
day from his Portland office
Classified advertising has prov
ed Its merit in the sale of used
automobiles; It could wisely be
utilized by dealers In other ar-
He left Miami. Florida, three cl? wheret th ue
weeks ago by airplane for Rio de
Janeiro, seven days being taken J" u u
for the trip down the coast. After J" McKay, proprietor of the
transacting business in South Ch,eTroltt1 Ba,le ,lrmv J?"
America, he took a zeppelin across slem Ad cluD mers Friday
, a jAa n v flavmaw n ti rl vm nOOn.
ence here and in Portland In the
sale of used cars, said classified
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there flew to England. After do
ing business in London, he took
making the return passage in four j advertising bad. Ped It, worth
days. He Is expected back in Port
land within a fortnight.
Capital Bj?ug Sttope
J. H. Willett
State and Liberty Street Phone 3118
New Block Store
With Bloch Firm
mother of W. A. Smith of Tur
ner, A. H. Smith of Salem, Mrs.
W. H. Miller of Elgin, Nebr.,
Mrs. C. L. Miller of Salem and
Mrs. F. N. Andrews, Aumsvllle.
Sister of Mrs. U. M. Lambert
of Philomath, Wintield Slocum To Have Hearing Herman Fre-
of Diller. Nebr., LeRoy siocum sia, charged with assault and bat
and Mrs. Emma Runner of Sa- tery, will have a hearing in Jus- is In no way connected with the
lem. Also survived by 25 grand- tlce court at 10 o'clock this morn-1 'RlrM'Ti'a (InlAan T?n1 itnra mt 920
children and one great grand- lng. William Godsey Is the com- North Liberty atret- the manace-
viaming witness. Tesia nas been
out on $50 bail.
At Hazel Green
Work is being started on a chil
dren's swimming pool at the Hasel
Green park, reports Clifton Clem
ens, proprietor. Heretofore chil
dren have mingled with the older
swimmers, but this summer they
will have a pool of their own at
one end of the stream.
With weather conditions show
ing a warmer tendency, the park
has come into extensive use the
past week or so for picnic gatherings.
(F H El IK1 II
The Block shoe store to open
on North Liberty street this month
Judge Belt Speaker Judge
Harry H. Belt of the supreme
court will give an address at the
child. Aged 72 years, 4 months,
28 days. A native of Illinois.
Mrs. Smith was a member of the
Royal Neighbors of Elgin, Nebr.
Friends are Invited to attend the
fun&val larvlrcs tn K YialA ' Kfnn
-SS297 In-Estate ThO estate 01 k i-an nm from Calvary Baptist church Sunday
the late James J. Long has a value tb6 Terwiniger Funeral Home. n,ht l 8 o'clock on the subject,
of $5297 according to an appraisal fl Chemeketa etreet. Interment "Preparing for Success".
mea in proDaie cournuj. Macleay cemetery.
enty acres, oi iaua r Bvyio
$5000. ! Ridenour
In this city, May 81, 1933
CARD OF THANKS
We want to thank the many
friends that gave expressions of
sympathy in flowers and other
wise over our late bereavement.
E. O. Park and Family.
W. E. Park
Report In Report was made to
probate court yesterday on the
eBtate of Rosa Grohs, Insane. In
come was reported at $510 and
A ir.U..l.n vi ri-ii f 1 1 OR II.
McKey of Salem will substitute Rosetta Rid"r, beloved e outgo at $445. Alta Nunn served
. . . ,h k I M I Aula v U nt f A AT lU M M V A I
for Rev. jAlbin Well at tne jnrsi rx",T. ' 7 I as Karaian
Unitarian church on Sunday, June
4, at 11 o'clock.
Jnne 8 Commander
Johnson of American Le
gion to be honored at ban
quet here tonight.
Jane 3 Final day to me
candidacy for board of ed
ucation of non-high school
Jane 6 Beer sale or
dinances before city coun
cil. - ,
Jane 7 Marion county
Jersey Cattle club, fair,
Jnne 0 Final day to re
new driver's licenses at low
rate. ... ;
baccalaureate and com
mencement . exercises at
Jane 20-22 G. A. R. and
affiliating, bodies annual en
campment. - - w- , I
Jnne 25 Missouri An
nual picnic, Municipal auto
July 24-26 Annual En
camnment. Spanish War
SeDt. 4-0 Oregon state
M. Williams, Fred and Evelyn
Ridenour. all of Portland. Sister
of Clara Counterman, also of
Portland, aged 85 years. Remains
were forwarded to Portland for
services, and interment by the
Terwllliger Funeral Home,. 770
Chemeketa street. Phone C928.
Ertmn To Mr. ana airs, ai
Brows, route three, a boy, James
Allan, born May 29 at Deaconess
Sato To Mr. and Mrs. K. Sato,
rnnte nine, a tirl. Miyko, born
TUNE IN o.
KGW 1:45 every after
noon. A good program and
The Natural Mineral Water
22$ North High Street
Can take it, they're MUler
ized. Let us give you a
Salem Paint &
We Guarantee Satisfaction
474 Ferry St. .
Call 0910, Used Furniture
. 151 North High
Refrigerator owners effecting
huge food savings by conservs
tion of quantity purchases.
Now YOU can enjoy the finest
electric refrigeration, and it will
pay for itself in sayings you can
make on quantity food purchases
alone! Because rc? prices are now
as low as 119 JO and yon can
buy one on easy terms. Come fait
IP IE PC
Portland General Electric Go.
237 N. liberty Street
Florsheim Shoes in the new Summer styles.
Come in tomorrow and see these new shoes
you'll like them.