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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday, Jnnc 7, 1933
Local N ews Briefs
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Foreclosure Held Up Judge .
L. G. Lewelling announced yes-
terday that he would delay sing-
ing a decree for the piaintiil in
the case of P. J. Dowe against i
Guseppe Endrige in order to give
me iauer ume 10 iau uiiubcii.
01 some rennancing pian wmcn
may do maae avauaDie xarouga
legislation now before congress.
The Judge said he did not ' recog
nize "depression" as a legal de
fense to the foreclosure and
strict It out but he did take
cognizance of the fact that- the
defendant had kept the property.
which Is under mortgage, in a
good state of repair and had made
payments on the property wnen
times were better.
TJsed Westlnghouse electric range
In good condition, 25. Edff Elec
tric, Inc., 347 Court.
to Meet The I
advisory council ot me wPwn
Door mission will meet Friday at
of the Open
7:30 p. m. at the Y. M. C. A. to!
make final preparations for the
benefit concert which is being
sponsored by the mission. The
concert will be given in the
armory the night of June 23. The
big feature, of the program will
be a mass chorus of 200 voices.
representing the combined choirs
of 25 Salem churches. Added at
tractions will be the Willamette
Philharmonic choir, and solo, trio
and reading numbers. Ticket
sale will open in a few days.
Attacks Indictment A grand
Jury indictment charging William
C. and Mary Rodgers with burn
ing a dwelling with the intent of
fraudulently obtaining $700 from
an insurer, was attacked in cir
cuit court yesterday by O. W. Em
mons, local attorney. He claims
the district attorney did not sign
the indictment before a bench
warrant was served and before
bail was fixed. District Attorney
Trindle defended the indictment
and Judge L. G. Lewelling asked
counsel for both. sides to submit
briefs. Rodgers and his wife both
were in court and pleaded not
Patient Is Suicide Pearl De-
vore, 42, patient at the Oregon
state hospital, committed suicide
Tuesday morning by hanging her
self with a belt obtained from an
other patient. She was commit
ted to the institution from Eu
gene February 28. 1933. Hospital
attendants said the woman pre
viously had made several at
tempts! to end her life. The body
will be, sent to Eugene where
Big Dance tonight Mellow Moon.
Free' Tango class 8 to 9. Don
Woo dry's band. 25c.
' 18 Candidates Pile Eighteen
candidates for delegates to the
proposed constitutional conven
tion to vote upon repeal of the
Eighteenth amendment to the fed
eral constitution filed in the of
fices of the secretary of state
Tuesday. Thirteen of the candi
dates favor retention of the
amendment while five favor its
Case Dismissed Charges of
larceny against Charles Peterson
were dismissed yesterday when
the private prosecutor failed to
appear for hearing in Justice
June 7 Marion county
Jersey Cattle club, fair
grounds. June 0 Final day. to re
new driver's licenses at low
June 0 Cberriana, Amer
icas legion go to Portland
to participate in annual rose
June 10 Willamette uni
versity law college alumni in
June 12 A djourned
meeting city council to con
sider proposed amendments
to city charter.
June 15 Xewly passed
beer ordinance becomes ef
' June 17-19 Class-day,
baccalaureate and com
mencement exercises at
June 19 Annual election
all non-high school districts
in county; hoard of educa
tion for these district to be
June 10 Election Salem
directors, Msrlos hotel
building:, 2 until 7 p. m.
June 20-22 G. A. R. and
affiliating bodies annual en
campment. June 23 Missouri An
nual picnic. Municipal auto
July 24-2A Annual En'
camrtrnent. Spanish War
Sent. 4-9 Oregon atate
2 S EACH
These books have been
removed from our Circulat
ing: library to make, room
for new books.
Mostly $2.00 and $2.50
books in this group, includ
ing Best Sellers by popular
authors of Romance, Ad
venture and Mystery Stor
ies. I - - -
Most $3 to $5 books now ...
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AttUac Dx Stti?e
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iRead the Latest Books
Lions Take Exams Lions club
members will be given an oppor-
tunlty following the noon lunch-
eon at tni r... rpii tomorrow I
to take examinations for renewal
or th.,. Artr'9 i,-n through Mr
arrangements with William Hm-
mond nead of tne operators di
vision, secretary of state's of f ice .
Hammond will have two exam
iners at the meeting for this pur-!
pose. The program for the meet
ing will consist of a moving pic
ture, "Highway Safety," to be
shown by Edwin D. LIndburg.
A few used ice boxes, 25 -to 100
lbs., from J4. 50 to $15. Eoft Elec
tric, Inc., 347 Court St., Tel 9119.
Dairy Degraded For vending
uninspected milk produced under
conditions not suitable for Grade
A milk, the Middle Grove dairy
yesterday was demoted from A to
D grade, J. E. Blinkhorn, county
f sanitarv nd food insnpetor an.
En"5 vJ th S
ZZIT 7, .J"'
tiara mux ordinance, me aegraaea
dairy will be permitted to sell its
Grade D milk, labeled as such, for
the next two weeks, the period of
time given for remedying the sit
Nafaeiger Hurt A. A. Nafze-
iger of Salem reported to city po
lice yesterday that he suffered
minor Injuries in an automobile I
accident nere. He did not give the
name .of the other driver involved,
One other mishap was reported, a serts her husband treated her un
colllslon between cars driven by kindly and recently told her he no
M. E. VanHorn of Portland and longer wished to live at their
an unidentified motorist, on Che-
meaeia between Hign and Churcn I
You may. buy a new Frlgidalre
now for as little as 35 per month.
Eoff Electric, Inc., 347 Court.
Want Road Better A peti
tion signed by St. Benedict's ab
bey and others, was presented to
the county court yesterday, ask
ing that the road on the upper
Abiq.ua be improved for two more
miles. No action was taken by the
court. The petitioners say the
road is in deplorable condition.
The Benedictine order has a milk
ranch in the vicinity.
Theft Case Up James Logan
and Alvin Seyler, accused of lar
ceny of an automobile, were cer
tified to juvenile court yesterday
after appearing before Judge
Hayden, to whom they stated
were under 18 years of age. The
pair, was arrested at Seattle last
week and held for local officers.
Doney to Speak "What is
in Store for the Graduate?" will
be the topic this noon for an ad
dress before Rotary club by Dr.
Carl G. Doney, president of Wil
Herbert T. Fleetwood passed
away in this city June 6 at the
age of 64 years. A late resident
of 849 Market street. Survived
by his widow, Mrs. Augusta Fleet
wood, mother, Mrs. Anne Fleet
wood of Michigan; sister, Mrs.
Cora Brown of Michigan; broth
er. Perry Fleetwood of Califor
nia; son, F. W. Fleetwood of
Mill City; two daughters, Mrs.
Wilma Weatherlll of Sllverton
and Mrs. Hazel Perd of Silver-
ton; seven grandchildren. Fun
eral services from the chapel of
the Clough-Barrick company,
Thursday, June 8, at 2:30 p. m.
with Rev. H. G. Humphrey of
ficiating. Interment Belcrest Me
Jacob Edward Hicks passed
away at a local hospital June 5
at the age of 76 years. Funeral
announcements later, from the
Mrs. Katie May Ackerson at
the residence on route 1, Rlck-
reall, Tuesday, aged 59 years
i Survived by daughters, Mrs. E.
I Wiedman of Yachats, Ore., Miss
Alma Ackerson of RIckreall;
sons, John Garlnger of Hood
River, Calvin Garlnger of Mil
waukee, Ore., Fred Garlnger of
RIckreall. Funeral services from
the chapel of the Clough-Barrick
company. Friday, June 9, at 1:30
p. m. with interment in Lee Mis
In this city, June 5, Edward
Diesendorf at the age of 65. Sur
vived by brother Robert of Noav,
Utah. A late resident of 971
South 22nd street. Funeral an
nouncements later by W. T. Rig
don & Son.
Kovarick ro Mr. ana Mrs.
John J. Kovarick, 1660 South
12th street, a boy, Robert John,;
born June 4.
To relieve our over
stock we are offering
these books at this EX
Regular $1.00 Books
STAR and BIXE RIBBON
Travel, biography and psy
From Out Circulating LIbrr7
Referendum filed Completed
petitions for the referendum
measure attacking the (range
power law -enacted by the 1933
leiclalature were filed in the state
department Tuesday by Charles H.
Wieder of Albany, chairman of
tno Oregon Security Owners as-
sociation. The petitions contained
19 60 signatures or approximate-
3000 more than are required by
sr,uB yower uui yrw-
Tides for the creation of a' state
Ptwe,r commission, abolishes the
existing hydro-electric commis
sion, and authorizes the issuance
of bonds. The referendum meas
ure will go on the ballot: at the
special election July 21.
Is Honor Student Miss Char
lotte Stuttaford, daughter of Mrs.
Cornele L. Stuttaford, 407 South
18th street, was one of the four
senior honor students in home
economics who was graduated
rom O0rfgon. State collee ,Mon
day - Se.nior ono re conferred
"F"n luun ! Zaa ,n.l",n l"
uiguai, cvuuiuottv, oinuuiMga au.
their schools during the entire
college course. Mrs. Stuttaford,
1J"C" . "immuiu
Jewle Armold and Miss Har
net Armoia attend
net Armoid attend the com
mencement exercises there Mon
Just received, a shipment of new
bridge lamps, 32.49 and 33.49.
Eoff Electric. Inc., 347 Court St.
Mrs. Xaah Sues Suit for div
orce was filed in circuit court
Tuesday by Velma Nash who
seeks her freedom from Raymond
w. Nash to whom she was mar
ried in 1929 in Tacoma. She as
home, whereupon he took her
wedding and engagement rlnes.
She seeks to have her maiden
name of Velma Franks restored
to her by court order.
Moody Xaraed Ralph, Moody.
Medford attorney, yesterday was
appointed by I. H. Van Winkle,
attorney general, to represent his
department In the investigation of
alleged perjury on the: part of
several defense witnesses at the
recent trial of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Banks in Lane county. Banks was
convicted of second degree mur
der in connection with the slaying
of Constable George Prescott of
Jackson county. Mrs. Banks was
To Make Alaska Trip Mrs.
Helen G. Tyson, 815 North Cot
tage street, leaves Friday on .a
trip to Alaska which will take her
as far north as Skagway. She will
go north with Mrs. G. W. Barr
of Ketchikan, with whom she will
visit for a time between boats.
Mrs. Tyson, who is chief clerk In
the executive department at the
statehouse, sails Saturday morn
ing on the Yukon from Seattle.
Talks on Scottsboro Case O.
H. Goss, who has come to Salem
recently will speak tonight at 8
o'clock at Veterans' hall, 433
Ferry street on the Scottsboro
case in Alabama, where nine ne
gro boys face criminal proceed
ings on what is alleged to be
false testimony. Goss, who was
leader of the Oregon delegation on
the last bonus march, is said to
have made a special investigation
on his return via Birmingham.
Named Trustee John Heltzel
was named trustee by the probate
court yesterday to succeed the
late James G. Heltzel, bis father.
In the estate of Charles A. Holm-
gtrom. The latter left $1000 in
trust In 1919 for Charles Heltzel,
19, th property and interest to
accumulate until young Heltzel
becomes 30 years of age.
No Fish license; Fishing with
out a license brought J. E. Aus
tin, George Arndt and Hirryl
Arndt into justice court yester
day. All three admitted guilt and
were fined $Z5, which was re
mitted. Each was placed on pro
bation for period of a year.
Judgments Offset J. E. Van
Lydergraf was awarded a Judg
ment for $260 against Oscar H.
Zeller and others in a circuit
court decree yesterday. Offsetting
this is a $175 judgment claim of
the defendants against the plain
Granted Decree The Inter
mountain Building and Loan as
sociation was awarded a decree
yesterday against Levi M. Bntler
and others in the sum of $1402
to which costs and interest are to
To Sell Effects G. E. Ter-
willlger, executor of the estate of
Irene St. Helen, deceased, was au
thorized yesterday in probate
court to sell personal effects be
longing to her and to apply these
on claims against the estate.
118 S. High
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Can take it, they're Miller
ized. Let us give you a
Salem Paint &
We Guarantee Satisfaction
474 Ferry St.
and Floor Waxers
Call OOIO, Caed Farnltare
151 North High
VOTE Oil CHARTER
1 II T
Kowitz Says Bonds Desired
Not General Obligation;
Vote Planned July 21
Amendments to the city char
ter to be submitted to Salem cit
izens July 21 will be considered
next Monday night by. the city
council at an adjourned meeting.
Chris J. Kowitz. city, attorney,
was busy preparing the amend-
Under the city charter, the
council cannot incur a oeDt, not
covered by the annual budget ap-
propriatlons. In order to proceed
without legal entanglements in
applying for an R. C. F. loan for
a $95,000 terminal dock loan and!
for advances for a sewage disposal i Mrs. V. A. Tull, Mrs. G. F. Kor
plant for the river, permissive I inek and Mrs. W. N. Plntler. The
charter amendments which will
give the council authority, will be
These amendments, the city at-
torney states, do not mean the
loans will necessarily be general
obligations of the city inasmuch
as the application for the $95,000 I
terminal loan sneclficallr makes
the terminal structure. th land I
on which it is built and the re
ceipts, sole security for the obli
The city's authority to issue
$2,500,000 in water plant purch
ase and construction bonds has al
ready been granted by a charter
amendment passed December 15,
Pounders Here Among Sa
lem visitors yesterday were Mr.
and Mrs. N. H. Pounder and son
of Multnomah. Mrs. Pounder re
mained in Salem to visit with her
mother, Mrs. J. R. Payne, while
her husband and son went on to
Albany to visit with a daughter,
returning to spend the afternoon
in Salem. The family returned
home late yesterday.
Mrs. Spears Accepts M r s.
Frank Spears yesterday filed with
the Salem school clerk her ac
ceptance of the nomination for
election as school director. She is
the second fo accept. Fred A
Legge was first. Next Saturday is
the final date for filing nominat
ing petitions and June 14 for fil
ing acceptances. The election will
be June 19.
Rev. Weil Worse Rev. Fred
Alban Weil, pastor of the Unitar
ian church here, became critically
111 at his residence on Chemeketa
street yesterday. He had been ill
for the past few weeks; yesterday
he turned suddenly worse.
Brings Suit Ole O. Irerson
yesterday brought suit to collect
a mortgage for $2500, together
with costs, from D. E. Miller and
others. The mortgage was given
in 1926; interest is past due from
SmoKRS, men and women, are
really thinking more about the
kind of cigarette they smoke.
They know that there are all
kinds and styles . . .They know that
some things they can prove and
some things they have to take the
manufacturer's word for . . . They
are really getting to know what it
means for a cigarette "To Satisfy
... to please them
I'm telling you that CHESTER
FIELD is this kind of a cigarette.
They're milder . . . they taste
VPS?. W- Ttey-1'
90 Participate in Women's
Club Garden Fete Held at
V. A. Goode Home, Stayton
STAYTON," June The Gar-
den Fete, sponsored by the Wom
en's club, for which Mr. and Mrs.
V. A. Goode generously offered
their lovely gardens was a most
enjoyable affair. Around 10 wom
en spent the afternoon there Mon
day. Bridge, both auction and con
tract and 500 were played and
prizes went to Mrs. W. W. Allen,
Mill City, for the highest score in
M. Cyrus, Scio.
highest score in auction and Mrs.
w. H. Weeks. Salem, highest score
ha 500. The traveling prizes went
to Mrs. A. G. Prill, Scio, and Mrs,
Robert Mills, Salem
Two radios in the garden help-
ed to pass the time for those who
did not care to play cards
Guests were met at the gate by
card tables were In charge of Mrs
(George H. Bell, Mrs. H. J. Tate
and Mrs. J. N. Fischer
Two numbers were given by
Mrs. E. R. Olds and Max Brown,
violins, E. R. Olds, cello and Miss
Naomi Toble accompanist. These
were followed by three short vo-
icai numoers oy miss xvonne
Smith, accompanied by Mrs. F.
N. Woodry, both of Salem.
At the refreshment hour, those
presiding at the tables were Mrs.
C. O. Neibert, Mrs. J. H. MIssler,
Mrs. J. C. LIndley and Mrs. W. D.
Out of town guests were Mes-
dames A. O. Prill, Fred Bilyeu, J.
A. Withers. J. L. Rodgers. W. F.
Gill, E. D. Meyers, J. S. Sticha. M.
B. Cyrus, R. M. Shelton and E.
Phillips, Scio; Mesdames W. W.
Allen, Robert Schroeder, Andrew
Baker, Andy Holthouse, H. Sau
cier, C. T. Hessman, R. E. Silvers,
A. D. Scott, R. L. Cooper. C. Cline,
Liquor Hearing Thursday-
Clifford Wiseman and J. W. Se
tak will be given preliminary
hearings at 3 p. m. tomorrow be
fore Lars Bergsvlk, United States
commissioner, on charges of un
lawfully possessing and transport
ing intoxicating liquor. Arraigned
before Bergsvik yesterday, the
pair pleaded not guilty.
$4213 in Estate The estate
of the late Nicholas Schmaltz, Sr.,
has a valuation of $4213 accord
ing to a report in probate court
Tuesday. Lucy Schmaltz Is execu
tor. Real property In the estate
Is appraised at $3000.
Ca. Continued Case of Carey
Martin Jr., 617 South Liberty
street, charged with failing to
stop at a through street, was con
tlnued by Municipal Judge Poul-
sen yesterday until Friday.
State Loan Firm Sues The
State Savings and Loan company
filed suit Tuesday seeking to tore,
close a mortgage for $556 against
A. M. and Ruth Follrlch. The or
iginal loan was for $600.
... to give them
iW. Chestnut, all of Mill City;
Mesdames J. L. Pounds. H. Schell
berg, C: Cole, Roy S. Melson, Ro
bert Ramaden, F. N. Woodry, Ro
bert Mills, L. E. Weeks, W. H.
Weeks, C. C. Morton and Miss
Yvonne Smith, Salem; Mrs. D. M.
Johns, Corvallls; Mrs. Harry
Downing, Detroit; Mrs. Louise
Dunbar, Akron .Colo.; Mrs. Eu
gene Ditter, Sublimity.
Beside the committee and the
club president, Mrs. Dave M. John
the following Stayton women were
registered: Mesdames W. Brown,
E. Sloper, M. Space, H. Champ, E.
Busch, H. A. Beauchamp, F. Stup
ka, C. H. Brewer, Joseph Fischer,
Lee Tate. H. Ficklin, Charles
Schmltt, T. L. Sanders. L. M.
Wendtr C. A. Beauchamp. B.
Roldt, R. D. Knight, Edward J.
Bell, Leo Rock, C. P. Burmester,
W. V. Adams. F. Hottinger. W.
Frey, W. A. Inglls, L. Dawes, P.
Deldrich, B. A. Schaefer, E. C.
Downing. Ed Klecker. Lew Pool
er, W. W. Elder, F. Lesley. M. E.
Bruce, J. C. Mayo, Nellie Jones,
H. D. Asstill, J. L. Siegmund. Paul
Kirsch, George Brown. M. Shields,
F. VanErmen, A. C. Stowell. O
Foster, H. J. Rowe. W. R. Dean
and George R. Dnncan and Misses
Elizabeth Meatrs. Vesta Carter,
Rosella Bell and Betty Anne
F. U. Event
RIVERVIEW, June 6. The
Farmers union met with a large
attendance Saturday night. An
enjoyable program was presented:
Violin solo. James Johnston, ac
companied by Clifford Kelley;
play "Sue's Beau at Dinner"; song
by Melvin Eppley, accompanied
by Mrs. Glenn Thurston; song by
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Eppley; play,
"Si Perkins' Spectacles"; violin
solo, Walter Miller.
This was concluded by the sil
ver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Sommer. Mrs. Smith Holt played
the wedding march, and Melvin
Eppley sang "I Love You Truly."
Darlene and Jeanette Riely were
the flower girls; Mrs. Glen Phll
lipl and Miss Lucille Sommer,
daughters of the couple, were the
bride's maids. Smith Holt was
the best man, Rev. Loucks, Bap
tist minister of Scio, preached the
sermon. Folowlng the ceremony
the couple were given a charivari.
Nlife new members joined the
union, as follows: Mr. and Mrs.
John Merritt, Alvin and Donald
Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. Benton
Arnold, Vera and Glenn Arnold
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ana wauer Miner, an oi nicuiru- i
son gap. 1
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at it lakes Co.
Special Train to Leave for
Portland Friday Morning;
Buttons on Sale
Plans for the Salem Cherrlan-
American Legion participation in
the Rose Festival parade in Port
land Friday, June 9, have been
completed, and include chartering
of a special train to take the Sa
lem delegations. It is expected
about 150 Salem persons will par
ticipate in the parade, including
the Cherrlan band, American Le
gion national champion drum
corps, the municipal band and the
The special train will leave
from Tiwde and South Commercial
streets at 9:30 a.m. that morn
ing, and any of the regular trains
Friday night may be taken for the
return. Tickets, at a dollar for
the roundtrip, will be good over
The entire Salem delegation
will parade to the Portland hotel,
where a free luncheon will be
served to Salem people. The Ore
gon hotel at Broadway and Stark
will be Salem headquarters and
the Oregon grille in the basement
of the hotel will be at disposal
of the Salem delegation.
The parade will start at 3
1 -In a World of Change ding to That Which ENDURES" a
Joe WMBSamms Says:
Genuine Willard Service
2-DAY RENTAL, Only.....
Center at High
o'clock and at end of the "march
will meet the Salem delegation
for transportation back te the
Frank G. Deckehach Jr., Cher
rlan King Bing and J. T. Delaney,
manager of the drum corps, are
in charge of the arrangement for
Salem participation la the Tort
The American Legion and aux
iliary are selling buttons to fi
nance the drum corps trip to the
festival, and the Cherriaas are
selling buttons and tickets.
To Open June 19
Final hearing fnvolving the
rates, charges inj practices cf
the Northwestern Electric com
pany will open in Portland June
19 and will continue for several
days, C. M. Thomas, state utility
commissioner, announced Mon
day. This investigation has bftn In
progress for more than a year and
two temporary orders already
have been issued in the ease. Beth
of these order are sow under at
tack In the federa! courts. Thom
as said a large amount of data
had been gathered for the cur
ing and that witnesses tor bvth
the state and th electric com
pany would be interrogated. He
indicated that the final ordr in
the ease would be prepared witl.
In the next thre months.
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