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Abolition of Purchaser job
Not Favored; Engineer
Will be Employed
(Oentlnued from page 1)
the council to protest against il
legally unwarranted Increases In
fire insurance rates in Sal am.
Pattom said property owners In
Salem wart) bains made to spend
thousands or additional dollars
annually ainee rates bare been
Increased, Ha said the council
was promised when additions to
the fire department were made
recently that the rates would be
lowered. Patton urged the coun
cil ta seek redress through the
state Cra marshal's office and
, through the state commissioner
of insurance. He. aaid an early
meeting should be arranged with
the seard ot underwriters in
The council heard a claim for
150 , by M. 0. Smith presented
and referred the matter to the
city-attorney. Smith claims he re
ceived this damage when the city
tore down a barn he owned. .
The- state game commission, by
- communication, asked the council
to do- its part In a valley-wide
sewage disposal program to rid
tne Willamette river ot a serious
menace to fish life.
. The council rranted CAtv Re
corder Poulsen authority to de
stroy many old records of the
city, no longer valuable.
'Without opposition, the council
passed an ordinance niacin a
daily J I ee n s e tax on peddlers
wnose residence is outside of sa
lem working in the city.
Authority to hire a shArt-wave
length radio operator was grant-
ea . ut police department, tne
new employe to be paid for from
i unas net aside for a police pa
trolman who recently was elim
inated. The resolution providing
lor tie radio operator set his
maximum salary at f 75 a month.
One hundred fifteen signers of
a petition requested the council
in writing to make Chemeketa
street a through street from 14th
to 24th street.
Ordinances to license all hotels
and restaurants, as well as auto
camps, were introduced and re
ferred to committee.
The council adjourned to meet
again next Monday nlrht when
City Attorney Kowita will have
prepared ordinances submitting to
citizens on July 21 character
amendments which will emnowar
the council to borrow funds tor
a municipal dock and for disposal
(Continued from pa 1)
camp near Bend, the Steamboat
camp near Roseburg and the Cape
Creek .tamp on the coast.
The Oakridge camp out ot Eu
gene already has its full assign
ment of 209 men.
Polk county's quota of 35 men
and SO men of Linn county's quo
ta ot SO were assembled at Al
bany (or preliminary examina
tions today. They will arrive here
tomorrow tor 'complete physical
examinations and will be equip
ped for detail to the Steamboat
Lincoln county's quota of 20
men, Benton couny's quota of
IS men and the remaining 20 of
Linn county's quota will be sent
direct to the Cape Creek camp on
the coast tomorrow.
Services to be
gILVERTON, June 5 Funeral
services for James Andrew Hen
jum, who died at his home Sun
day will be beld from Trinity
church at Sllverton Tuesday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock with inter
ment in Evens Valley.
Mr. Henjum was born in Min
nesota 'in 1872 and when he was
three years old the family moved
to South Dakota where he lived
until he came west in 1901. In
1992 he married Laura Markland
of Silverton, who survives him.
Besides his widow he la survived
by three daughters, Mrs. Floyd
Thorp of Salem, Mrs. Bertha Zeis
at home and Mrs. Letha Rape of
Silyerton; one son, James; five
brothers, Nels, Alvin, Conrad of
Silverton and John and Serert ot
South Dakota and four sUters all
In the east. Arrangements are in
charge ot Larson and Son.
FOREST CORPS HAS
The Dalles Bank
r To ie Liquidated
THB DALLES, Ore., June 5
(AP)- Closed siace last October
21, the First Katlonal bank of
The Dalles wUl he liquidated, the
depositors' committee anouueed
here today after meeting with E.
C. Wilde, national bank examiner.
Liquidation will be undertaken
Immediately, 11 was said. The In
stitution U srW In the hands ef
Oscar Carlson, j federal receiver.
Tha depostor's committee worked
for .months In a futile effort to
derisa a reorganisation plan ac
ceptahla to the comptroller of cur
rency".. The bank had deposits .-of
approximately 1,600,000 when ft
J. HOPS 6ELL AT 70
Two lota of bops totaling 114
balSs.were sold here yesterday at
tO cenfa per pound. "Wolf Hop
eompany wag the buyer.
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This picture take from plane shows how the Signal Hill on field
exDlosJoa which snraail daatl mnrt dMfmMlM. - - i
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TO BE DISCUSSED
C. K. Soauldinz roea ta Port
land today for a conference with
Fentriss Hill, reeardinsr thi re
opening of the Charles K. Spanld-
mg liOgging company here. Hill is
back in Portland after spending
a raoniu in Ban Francisco.
Spaulding says the lumber mar
ket has strengthened matrlall
in the last 60 days and would en
able the mill here to meet oper
ating expenses and fixed charges
when and if it can be reoDened.
Neither Spaulding nor Hill know
wnemer tne valley & Silets Rail
road will take an anDeal on tbn
recent freight rate reduction or
der handed down by the public
utilities commissioner. The South
ern paciric company, who with the
Valley & Sileti haul th SnanlUn
loga here, has indicated it would
Operation bv Aueust U lnnV
for by Spaulding unless the rate
matter is taken into the courts.
An all-state a 1 c n i e ta.
union for ex-Callfornlana now rm
Blame in Oregon Is announced
ror July 2 at Eugene, by B. O.
Harlan, secretary of the cham
ber of commerce ef that
The event will be similar to the
lowan picnic held annuallr in
The event will ha held in wn-
lametto park at Eugene and
thousands of persons are expect
ed to attend which will Axtnd
for four days.
Thousands ef invitation hin
been sent to Californiajui now ro.
siding here as well aa ta rail for.
niaas planning to remove to Ore-
son, air. uariaa was In Salem
last weekend, to Inform Rl
realtors ot the reunion plans and
10 urge tnem to invite their Cali-
lornian clients to attend.
Plans for Scout
Rally are Told;
Event is Friday
General directions ba
Scouts and their leaders for the
annual Cascade Area fiM rn
to be held Friday on Sweetland
111 J . a .
were usuea yesterday. The
field will be opened at 2 n. n. nd
troop camps will be completed by
5 o'clock. The rally program will
start at T p. m. and will consist
of exhibits, demonstration nA
contests related to scouting.
judges win be John Eakin of
Dallas. A. 8. Jensen of
William Ross and Loren Grannis
oi aatem, Harry Hobson of Lyons,
and Hal P. Campbell of Silverton.
The committer in oh
Clifford Moynlhan, chairman- W.
i-nuiips, o. E. Falmateer, Wil
lis Clark, C. A. Sprague. Herman
Brown and F. Howard Zinser.
Charged to Roth
SILVERTON. Inn. r tt
Roth was arrested on a drunken
driving charge Sunday when his
car collided with Orval Kaiser's
c?r JtWJ.alch. WM Prked. Roth
frtll? rllty aB4 sentenced
to 30 dayt ia Jail and his driver's
ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT
MOUNTIES, SEE "CLANCY' FREE
and Te?rraT.SfBr T P6 the followl eight qaestions
SmSuZZ to win one of thopL, to be gives,
? rtZcUifZJ? the first chap-
Si2 eJK1" with Tom Wr. twelve chapter
SSoro vZZZSlT"?. M2" POV which conWthe
" umueo Bararaay, Juue 10th.
I. What Is the famous
Aorthwest SIoantMi vnit.
2. What are the mtyIoo ranks?
. pcribe their dreas uniform.
! bat do they wear?
neckf" mrP h the white cord worn around the
f S!f ftu" wdistasent qnaliflcaUoneT
7. What la the term ef enlistment?
they been in existence?
SetuSTy tZZf " wfll be aanownced U
SIGNAL HILL OIL FIELD ABLAZE
w.. ww m niua art. u
CX " Utrlct natid by the
In East Say
Everywhere one travels. In New
York, in New Orleans, In Chicago
or in Los Angeles, sentiment pre
vails among business men that
the depression's lowest depths are
past and that real revival is here.
such was the word brought back
to saiem yesterday by W. P. Ellis,
local rate attorney, who rnnra.
sented the Salem chamber of com
merce at a canalization hearing
neia in tne federal capital last
"I do not believe the present
administration intends to deval
uate the dollar." Ellis verrd "T
found that the threat of Inflation
was producing- the results deatriul
wunout me neea to resort to act
uai money tampering.
Ellis then outlined how bus
iness men had decided in tha lt
two months that "bottom" hail
been reached and were investing
in commoames or ail kinds rather
than to keep money in unproduct
ive oanK accounts. "Any number
of business men told me they were
uuing np oepietea inventories as
wen aa maicisg personal nureh
ases before the opportunity ef
low prices was rone." he arrra4.
Ellla said the onlr lae vhin
depression was talked a great
deal was in "Wahln srtnn tv n
where recent or impending red no
tions in federal government da
partments had thrown thousands
ot men ana women out of work.
The Miles Linen Mill com nan v
ia now Derating twe fnn ahffta
daily with good prospects that this
scneauie an be maintained
througout the summer. H.
Crawford, president, said yester-
aay. seventy persona are employ
ed on we two smrts here.
While twins . siIcm hira n
Increased, orders are coming In
for a considerable volume. Craw-
rora stated. The local plant makes
tWlne and fih nata Kn , A ao.
weaving. Sales are handled by the
uarDour interests who own the
control of the common stock.
Fish business ban be.n retardaA
this year due to strike conditions
prevailing at the mouth of the Co-
To Visit Silver
Creek Falls Park
C A. CftU of th r.hAimr r.itr
cottages Is heading a committee
which will make a trip to Silver
Creek falls this afternoon. Believ
ing that the falls offer one of the
finest tourist attractions, the
group wants to get acquainted
with the circuit of falls and with
the work the state park depart
ment has done in making them
The nartv will leave from tha
cnamner or commerce at 1:29 this
afternoon and those who are In
terested are Invited to go along.
FOX RAISERS MEET
LIBERT I. June S. A groan
of fox raisers met at tha R - TV.
Gibson home Friday night to hear
George I Morrison or Seattle,
d I s e u s s matters nertainlnr ta
breeding, feeding and raising.
repntatloa of the Royal
MILES LID ILL
nuime 2 shifts
OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Blaming,
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appeared shortly after th refinery
J , JT . 5"
lire Buroaa over Ma D locks. Fho
blaxe and shaken by the blasts-
REMAIN 111 SALEM
Reading of appointments for
tha coming year and selection of
Oorvallis for the 1934 meeting
place, featured closing hours ot
tae aotn annual Oregon confer
ence of the Evangelical church.
Dr. Emory W. Petticord. pastor of
the Salem church, continues here,
and Dr. C. P. Gates of Portland
will serve this district aa one of
the four new pastor-superlnten-
aents created by the conference
Rev. C. Wackerbarth ot Flor
ence, was appointed to the Jeffer
son cnarge. Dean F. Vermillion of
Canby, was named deacon for the
conference, and P. P. Petticord of
Corvallis. and L. H. Wlllard of
roruana, were named elders.
Other appointments included:
Canby, G. W. Plnmer: Milwan
kle, A. P. Lay ton; Oregon City.
.. fcunaoerg; Lents, Portland. F
R. culver; Peninsula Avenue,
Portland, E. Maurer; Willamette
Boulevard, Portland, Q. L. Lovell;
Portland First church, Carl Hein-
miner; st. Johns, A. R. SchmaUe;
Albany, W. F. Rademacher. Cor-
ra-iiis, jr. ir. petticord; Eugene. C.
S. Bergstresser: i"lorn x.ni
nutfta wmiivj. Mi. JL, FOggJ
owcbi, noma, j. w. Rittermeyer.
Warmer dava k hmnrh
increased load for thn raiio
uvity or tae open Door Mission,
aupenntenaent Earl J. Sechrlst
reports. More transients are oa
the road now that the weather Is
more favorable to travel, and aa a
result many more families apply
4ell. at wws
- .... .wa eau va
umij vo ins miKMinn rni Tr w. 4
Tha reoort for Ma
u uccDur ooard by S a per in
Transients lodged. t.
Berroa, oass; naircuta ta needy
MusitMii. iu; sick cases. 2:
cmiaren's garmenta 41 1 Jnit.
awTuenis, zoj; pairs of shoes. 45:
packagea checked, 2100.
Tnis larra volnm nr
work Is being made possible by
urBiuzea activities of tha
cQurcnes or saiem.
Vision of Corps
Capital nost drum enrna n-at fin
al American Legion champion. Is
"almost certain ta ranaat tta na
tional victory when It goes to tha
nicago convention next fall,"
Manarer Tom Hill nid iMit..M
of the post Monday night. He de
clared the members were more
punctual and more consistent than
ever before la attending nmfA
and were showing excellent spir
This year's drum corps probably
Will have 1 B hll e-lr fnn, mn-a i
than last year, as a result of in
terest being shown by legion
naires. Non-Relief Jobs
Gain in Number
Aside from eonntv ralf mA
Work, which was atonMA an
count of lack ef funds. ih.
Tided by the U. 8.-T. M. C. A. Em
ployment Duream last, week num
bered It and exceeded tha, tira
vlona week'a total by 20, D. IX
iwuon, assuuat manager, re
ported yesterday. Application for
work dropped from t to 42.
State highway construction pro
vided Jobs for 27 men, eommon
labor 14. WOOd cnttins- throa,
work one and flunkeying one. Ote
woman was piacea at housekeep
ing. License Test is
Passed by Many
hundred and thirteen people
passed and IS failed to pass the
automobile driver's test here to
day. Only two officials were here
and those taking- mmirittw
to wait two hours land more. The
examiners will return Wednesday
cuiuyieiu me wora at silver-ton.
With Pleasing Exercises at
Woodburn; Honor Pu
WOODBURN. Jnne K. A
large crowd attended thai nam.
mencement exercises held in the
night. The seniors wore gray
caps and gowns Instead of the
more tomal dreaa worn in tha
The orocesslanal waa nlar hv
Aiia Kutn snroca. 'zs. morstion
oy Key. Glenn S. Hartonr and thm,
class was presented by Cornelius
uearm. class president. The girls
qaartet sang and waa fniinwoi
by Miss Lois Seelly. class reore-
Dr. J. T. Matthews of Willam.
ette university, addraaaad tha
graduates on "Wayside Service."
The boys' quartet sang a selec
tion after which awards wars
made by Sunerintendent Rain.
Torch honor pins for outstanding
scnoiarsnip ror the entire year
were awarded to Lola Seely. Sel-
ma uarptners and Hazel Shrock.
The Fagan cud honors
to senior boy and girl most out
standing In SCholarshln 1da.
ship, character and service, were
awaroea to LalM Seely and Corn-
B. J. Alien, chairman nf tha,
school board, presented the dip-
lumaa io tne si gradaates and
the benediction waa given by Ray.
a W. Hatch. Mlsa Rnth 8hrock
piayea tne recessional.
The graduates were: Ruth
bnrock, Martha Arney, Frank
oanos, isaim Bates, Lualya Bea
man. Ada Blakely. Oharlea
Culp, Ivan Cutsforth, Beatrice
Donaldson, Dora Dooper, Wesley
covj, uenuis Tremka, Elmer Tre
mke, Donald Garrett, Cornelius
Oearln, Sylvia Oiesy, Verda Han-
na, ueuner Hopkins, Mary Jack-
bou, tiugn ungues, Joyce Jones,
John Klnns. Iwrni w
elyn Kocker Herbert Eoenlg Joe
nT7, uorotny Lee. Thelma
Xek. Margaret Lichte. Florence
ugan, uargaret Martin. Cather
ine McCormlck, Frank Pavelek.
Roslna Pavelek, Antoinette Pok
omey. Bingham Powaii ti. T frJt
ton, Manley Ramsdell, Ben Reea-
aiiu Kuuug, Maxlne Sander-
am aa T rm a
-" oeeiy, uaiay shrock.
nt anroca, Lavole Sinram.
Lois St. Helens, Gwendolyn
oirjae, wimam uppendahL Nor
man Vanderbeck. Gertrude Warn-
poie. Lester Wampole. Betty
Wills, Henry Wolfe, Glenn Ter-
on man uaroia zoder.
APPLIMCE S T 0 R E S
Sffectlve aa of Jnna, 1 h& pw
land Gas ft Coke company has re-
wrea irom me merchandise bua
iaesa la ras annIianM an t.v
on hand will be turned back to
jossers, ana hereafter sales of gas
ranges, water heaters. et win w
maae oy local dealers in the var-
wu towns served by the com.
The aetioa of tha
lows pretests from Independent i
uiarciunu. ana tna rawut r
of the utility commissioner requir
ing utilities to keep merchandise
accounts separate from operating
vwaum waica attect the earn
ings on service.
"Our comMBr will Arv .i.
the merchants," said Leif Berxs-
Tia, iocai manager, "and we will
try to develoo hnainan ant ha.
we stores seu the appliances."
bought on Sound
v After Bad Crash
BKLLlN'fiTTAM Wuh Tn. r
(AP) i Whatcom and It V a f
couniy oincers tOdav ara lontr.
ing for a hit-and-run tugboat.
An unnamed craft itaimi..
.t.. . . . . .
lurougn iue nignt with a boom
of logs In tow sideswlped Ernest
Kasch's fish tran near TjOm.
ner, knocking the trap tender's
noiue into tne water from
tran piling and damned
watchman, Frank Graham.
into the chilly waters. Graham
iniormed officers he eriad for
help to the crew or tha t- k
nia calls were nnhaiutad r.A
oniy in a blanket, he clung to
the wreckage until rescued sev
eral hours later by a fisherman.
Red Cross Urges
With a COn aid ara hi a tmntu. a
free tomato plants remaining. Red
Cross officials yesterday urged eli
gible persona ta apply at once at
the relief depots in Salem, Wood
burn, Silverton or Stayton, for
their share ef plants. Eligible per
sona are those who rAfaA fu.
seeda earlier In the spring.
ai wooanurn. u was reoortad.
a large number of tnmat ni.
have been set out In a community
met. i am excess erep will he dis
tributed to needy transients.
GAS COMPANY DROPS
June 6, 1933
By OLIVE A!. DOAK
Today Robert Montgomery
in "Hell Below;" Bobby
Jones In "How to Break
Wednesday Barbara Barnes
revue; feature picture,
Friday John Barrymore in
"Reunion In Vienna."
Today Janet Gaynor and
Harry Carat In "Ador
Thursday James Dunn
Boots Mallory In "Handle
Friday-Tim McColy in "Man
Today Jean Harlow and
Clark Gable In. "Red Dust.
Wednesday Warren Will-
lam and Joan Blondell in
"2 on a Match."
Friday George Sidney and
Charlie Murray In "The
Cohens aad Kelly's ta
JULY 4 PUtTfS ARE
Decision aa tt wfetfcr n
Capital post, American Legion,
will organize the patriotic obser
vanme of July 4 here will be made
within the next few days by the
executive committee, following in
structions given at last night's
meeting. Three suggestions were
made: That tha noat in nr.
motiog the rodeo Max r?hlhar
state director ot agriculture, will
stage at the state fairgrounds
July 2. 3 and 4; that the post sim-
piy sponsor the patriotic obser
vance of the dav: that It hnM
legion picnic on the Santlam river
First nominations for delavofoa
to the state legion convention at
Klamath Falls warn marf rnm.
mander Allan O. Carson, Past
Commsnder Irl 9. MrSham ad
jutant William Bliven, Vice Com-
manaer H. R. White and Carl D.
uaorieison. More nominations
may be made at tha n mxii.
The post will have either six or
seven at the convention, accord
ing tO ItS HMlMMkl. V .4
Donegan Wlrrlna annAnaj v -
had obtained space in the capita!
iur mapping tne post's numerous
HOLAMH WILL TALK
Rufus C. Holman ataf r
surer, was named aa an amKi.
sary of the sUte board of control
yesterday to confer with Circuit
Jndge Ta swell of Multnomah
euanvr regarding the sending of
state hospital cases from Mult-
uomaa county to eastern Oregon.
Taswell and the hoani
agreed on the course to be fol-
iwwea, tne rormer insisting he
will commit patients as he sees
fit despite the board's roouests
that s alien ta h. aenr
Oregon because the hospital here
The board of control mufu.
in Governor Meier's offices, was
In session only nina minnt ai
was attended by the governor
a iv . a .
treasurer, secretary or
nun eeing at Tne Dalles.
Durlag the day routine meet
ings Ot the atata land luvart tw
state printing board and the state
kaaWtm. a. M a.
uajiams; iuin were neia.
KEEP L WELL AND
Do yow loot ceooey aad risk
iomiam; youg positioal by betAg
abeesa a lew days each snooth?
Doe"! do is any aaorej Take
Lydia B. Piakbam's Tablet!
They witt pakkly retteve
those crampe and diaoocaiorts
which force yew to go hoese. If
fw take them regularly they
should prrraat future trouble
These cablets are rtiomlete
coated, easy to swallow, coo
veoieta to carry. Yen can aw a
box from roor druggist for SO.
Let them belp you, toot
LYDIA E. PIIIKIIflU'S
A Utnla. SttUirn
TALKED DY LEG!
a M 'i.
of Electrical Merchandiie June 6
.':! ' to June 10
15& DI$C0tJNT FOR CASH ON WIRING DEVICES
Electric Clocks, Grieet tamps, Percolator,
Hot PUtes, Heaters, Irons, UzhUng- Fix
ture, and Wiring Supplies.
E. . : 7gHgEi Eflostoiio
HELD FDD SENIORS
Dayton Class Numbers 20;
Prof. Jones of Willamette
DATTOJf, June IThe Demar
ay hall was filled to capacity with
relatives and friends of the 1923
graduates of the Dayton Union
high school to witness the com
Professor William Jonea of Wil
lamette university delivered the
address. The following program
was given: prelude. Dorothy Mav;
invocation. Rev. Kenneth Daniels;
remarks. Professor F. B. Willert.
principal: salutation. Alice Wlrfa-
valedictory. Nolan Sweeney; vocal
seio. eonstance Fisher; address.
rroiessor William Jones; presen
tation of class. Professor r. n.
Willert; diplomas, George H eas
ier, chairman school board; bene
diction. Rev. C. O. Morris; post
lude. Dorothy May.
Tbese students received dlplo
as: Grace Carlson. Van! Raw
Jane, LeVonne Newhouse, "Nellie
Felton. Doris Kurtz. Viola Rhafar
Alice Wlrfa. Alice Dixon. MarceU
Reavia, Clair Palmer. Clair Releh
steln. Cart Fields. Nolaa Sweeney,
Floyd Lyman. Ivan Dnnn inhm
Clow, Fred Holt, Kenneth Hada-
way, isan Webster, Horace Ed
wards. The annual data alrht Tiro rr am
ot the Dayton Union high school
was well attended by parents and
friends of the classes.
The program was aa follows:
vocal trio, Annabelle Nelson,
Grace Carlson. Viola Wright;
freshman class stunt. Velten
Goodrich, Florence Stout; class
history; Nolan Sweeney and John
Clow; harmonica trio, Edward
Clow, John Clow, Gordon Ran
dall; class will, Ivan Dusaa, Earl
Rosamond Grabenhorst, Edward
i-iow; presentation of key, Clair
Palmer and Lee Hessler; senior
ciase song, urace Carlson, Marcell
Reavia. Alice WIrfs; class proph
ecy, Mabel BeJauL LeVonne New
house; junior class stunt. Dorothy
May, Gordon Randall, Robert Stll
well; letter awards. Miss MIna
Hessler, Walter Emerick. Floyd
4-U CLUB POSITION
Wayne D. Harding, for the
past two veara dlrwtnr i.n
club work rn Marlon county, was
unanimously reelected for the
1933-1934 term hT tha
board of education in annual
session here Monday. Harding Is
partly comnensatai tha Mn.
ty and partly by the fwlorai
ernment. He annrtiiAa im.i1 .a
girle' club projects in all parts
"i me county.
The board expressed pleasure
at the club work accompllah
meota last year as well as with
the general work of the county
school superintendent. Both
Harding and Mrs. Mary L. .Fulk
erson, school superintendent,
made short report to the board.
Members of the board, la ad
dition to the county school su
perintendent who is aa ex-officio
member, are George W. Hug, Sa
lem; Fred L. Soott, Liberty; P.
w- Owre, McKee. and W. p.
Donl Neglect Your
Eyes To Da So
May Mean Trouble
We win test your eyes and fit
the proper prescription Into
smart looking frames for aa
extremely moderate cost Con
sult with us today It wOl pay
Last Time Today
'The Red Shadow"
faken From the 'Desert Song
Wednesday & Thursday
Ar Dime Kites
4 Great Stare la One Big
HAR0IN6 TO RETAIN
Bridges on Coast
Should be Free,
In case construction ot five
Oregon Coast highway Is author
ised by the government through a
70 per cent loan and 20 per cent
grant, they should be operated
as free bridges, according to the
suggestion made by federal offic
ials. This Information was eon-
talned in a telegrah received Mon
day from J. M. Devers, attorney'
for the state highway commission.
This could be done, federal of
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