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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Thursday, June 8, 19&
Loca 1 News Br i efs
t Many T. B. Tests Given - Be
tween January' 1 and June- 1 ot
this year 2 17 2 persons were sir
cm i tuberculin teats by the Mar
lon county fcesltk department. Dr.
Vernon A, Douglas, county health
; ot fleer, announced yesterday. The
majority of these -ware school
eaildren. Ot the total examined.
"tit were given fluoroscopic and a
' smaller number. X-ray examina
tions to determine definitely whe
ther or not they were suffering
from tuberculosis. The . local
health department has pioneered
in Oregon in administering tuber
culin tests to school children.
Miller's are now the headquarters
for the official Girt Scout shoes.
These shoes ate officially approv
ed by the Camp Directors Associa
tion of America.
Woman Driver Arrested - On
complaint of H. R. Scheuerman.
( Mrs. A. N. Brown, I5S8 Center
street, was arrested by city police
yesterday on a charge ot tailing
to 'report an accident," returns to
Mnaieipal Judge Poulsen show.
Scheuerman charged that Mrs.
Brown failed to - notify police
within the prescribed 24 hours af
ter May 25 when her car had
Btruck and damaged a bicycle.
owned by his son, Milton.
West Returns O. P. West. Sa
lem scout executive, returned here
last night from southern Oregon
where with Kenneth Dalton and
VT. A. Carr of Salem, he engaged
in giving motor vehicle operators'
' license examinations the past
week. Today he will go to Albany
to .conduct drivers' tests.
Webfoot swim suits at Miller's.
Hoscans Here Officer and
Mrs. Farley E- Mogan are expect
ed to arrive in Salem today to
take up residence at 1585 Jeffer
son street. Mogan, state police
patrolman, married Catherine E.
Addink at Woodburn Tuesday.
Ob ltuary I
At the residence 816 Mill street,
Wednesday, June 7, Mrs. Helen
Hutchinson, aged 27 years. Sur
vived by husband, Robert Dail
Hutchinson of Salem; son, Robert
Jr.;; daughter, Annabel Louise;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J.
Tooze; sister, Annabel Parkmand
Tooie; brother, Fred J. S. Tooze
Jr., all of Salem. Funeral servi
ces from the chapel ot the Clough
Barrick company, Friday. June 9,
at 4:15 p. m., with Dr. Grover C.
Birtchet officiating. Interment
Belcrest Memorial park.
Keller Case Soon Saturday,
June 10, is the final day for re
ceiving a motion tor a rehearing
In the case of State vs. Keller now
in the supreme court here. Kel
ler's conviction and sentence in
Polk county was affirmed May 9
by the court; an extension of the
time for a motion for a rehearing
was recently granted.' Keller was
found. guilty of using the nails to
defraud by a federal eourt jury
in Montana. He was the sales
manager for the now defunct Em
pire- Holding company.
Kittriek, Willamette university
'22, visited friends here yesterday
on his way from his home at Ar
eata, Calif., to the University of
Washington where he will take
summer school work. For 11
years McKit trick has had charge
of athletics at the high school at
Areata which is near Eureka.
Calif. His teams have had out
standing success In" competition.
He was prominent In basketball
and baseball intecaeholaslie play
while on the campus here; -
ICE. Prompt residence delivery.
Phone 5603. Also new modern all
steel refrigerators at low prices.
Capital lee & Cold Storage Co.,
580 Trade street.
Ask Pavement Petitions are
reported to be in circulation
among residents in the 12th street
district of the city, asking that
this street as far as the Pacific
highway Junction, be paved by
the state highway commission.
Increased traffic is expected over
'the road as it becomes more and
more used a a cutoff highway
through town. Residents adja
cent to the road object to the
dust from it which is bad for their
lawns and their homes.
dinger Nominated A peti
tion nominating Dr. H. H. ding
er for reelection to the Salem
school board was filed at the
school clerk's office yesterday.
The petition which is to be fol
lowed by additional ones. It Is
understood, bore 70 signatures.
Walter B. Minier, recently nom
inated, yesterday filed his accep
tance. Saturday i3 the final date
for filing nominating petitions.
At the residence 657-Chemeke-ta
street, June t. -Rev. Fred Alban
Weil. Survived by the widow, El
len Eliot Weil; one son, Thomas
Eliot Well of Washington, D. Cr
one daughter Janet Hobart Weil
of Salem. Funeral services' from
the Portland crematorium Fri
day, June 9, at 2 p. ra. with Rev.
W. G. KUot officiating, under the
direction ot the Ctoagh-Barrlck
company. Please'' omit flowers.
ln this city June 6, Eugene Tal
bot, aged 55. Survived by widow.
Eva Talbot; daughter, Mrs. A. W
Sanford of Baker. Funeral an
nouncements later by W. T. Rig
don & Son.
In this city, June 5, Edward
Diefendorf at the age of 165. A
late resident of 971 South 22nd
street. Survived by brother, Rob
ert Diefendorf of Moab, Utah,
Funeral services Thursday, June
S, at 1:30 P. m. from Rigdon's.
Interment City View cemetery.
31.00 box of that new summer
shade (rose ochre) face powder
free with purchase of $1.00 or
more of other Colonial Dames
beauty aids. This new shade is
Hollywood's big sensation. It adds
that alluring finish to your sum
mer Complexion. Miller's. Street
Sccrlet Fever Reported Three
new cases of scarlet fever were
reported in Marion county last
week, according to the state de
partment ot hearth bulletin. Meas
les remained the same, at 13
cases. Other disease cases were
three of tuberculosis and one ot
Influenza. The total number of
communicable disease cases. 20,
was three below the previous
County to Loan for Job Coun
ty Engineer Swart yesterday no
tified FIre-$V arden Ferguson, of
the. Inter-county fire patrol asso
ciation' that Marion county . can.
loan the government two plows,
two scarifiers and two caterpillars
for work to be undertaken by Un
cle Sam this summer through the
forest conservation service.
Wanted, used furniture. Tel. 5110
Remonstrance In A remons
trance against the construction of
a county road la district 4 wa3
made to the county court yester
day in a petition signed by Jay
Bleakney and 20 others. The or
iginal petition for the road wa3
signed by David Level and a num
ber of. other residents in the'djs-
trlct. - '
50c License Ends Today i
Motor vehicle operators' licenses
have been Issued during the past
week at the rate ot mora than
2500 a day- William Hammond, in
ehatgeof the operators' examina
tion bureau, announced yester
day. Under the existing law per
sons submitting to an examina
tion may obtain a license ot ne
newal for 50 cents. After today
the license fee will be- Increased
to- 1, but applicants will not be
compelled ' to take the examina
Danee with Ted Flo-Rtto and his
world famous orchestra, Salem ar
mory next Monday nita.
Gas Tax Is $2,200,910 - Gross
receipts from motor vehicle fuel
taxes in Oregon during the first
tour months ot 1922 aggregated
$2,326,510.14, it was announced
at the state department yester
day. Refunds totaled $211,527.07,
with administrative costs of
$9320.50. Receipts of the motor
vehicle taxes since 1919 total
S49.447.S4t.S4, with refunds ot
$.?$9,884.34. The administrative
costs aggregated $115,238.73.
18 Store. File Sixteen candi
dates tiled In the atate depart
ment Wednesday afl delegates to
the constitutional - convention to
vote upon repeal of the eighteenth
amendment to the federal consti
tution. Nine of the candidates fav
or retention of the amendment
while seven favor its repeal. Five
dry candidates filed from Multno
mah county. These include J. E.
Anderson. Vivian M. Corbett, E
M. Heacock, Herman J. Maul-
betsch and J. T. Wilson.
Shirts with Van Heusen collars
attached are available now at Mil
ler's. Men's section.
Campus Y. M. Elects Law
rence Burdette and Fred Harris.
both ot Portland, were elected
president and secretary, respec
tlvely. of the Willamette univer
sity Y. M. C A. In the spring elec
tions of that organisation here to
day. Jack Simpson, Spray, was
elected secretary, while Ralph
Anslow, Port Orchard, Wash., will
serve as vice-president.
Holiday July 3 Asked A large
number of letters nave been re
celved at the executive depart
ment during the past few days
urging Governor Meier to pro
claim Monday, July 3, a legal
holiday. Such action by the gov
ernor would provide three holi
days, beginning at midnight Sat
urday, July 1, and extending until
midnight, July 4.
. - x ' i
Jane Final day te re
new driver! licenses at low
Jane O Cherrlans, Amer
ican legion go to Portland
to participate in annual roe
Jm 10 Willamette
rersky law college alswuU la
June IS Adjourned
aeri tlajL city council to con
sider proposed amendment
t city charter.
June 15 Newly fussed
f active here, f
June 17-It Class-day,
baccalaureate and com
mewcemeat exercises at
June 19 -Annual election
all non-high school district
in county; board of educa
tion for these districts to be
Juno 19 City school elec
tion, 9 to T p. a, 220 South
June 20-22 O. A. R. and
affiliating bodies annual en
campment. Jane 34 Artisans to hold
'Covered Wagon campaign
meeting; banquet 8 o'clock.
Fraternal temple; large at
tendance of out-of-town Ar
Jane S5 Missouri An
nual ftienic. Municipal auto
July 24-24 Annual En
campment, Spanish War
Sept. 4-0 Oregon atate
WEIL SERVICES TO
Funeral to be at Portland
Crematorium at 2 p.m.;
Memorial Here Sunday;
deceased, and Janet Hobart, stu
dent In Willamette. The sudden.
accidental death of the son Frank
In Qulncy broke the happiness of
the family circle.
Mr. Well was scholarly- and
deeply philosophical, yet a man of
quick human sympathies and wide
interests. Ha was a cultured gen
tleman who mad many warm
Jantzen swim suits at Miller's.
Wheel Broken G. M. Voris,
2545 Laurel avenue, and Ruben
Sanders, Jr., of Chemawa, report
ed to city police that their auto
mobiles collided at Marlon and
Liberty streets. A rear wheel was
broken on the Voris car as a re
sult. No Injuries were reported.
Baston Roof Afire Fire be
lieved to have' started from sparks
blowing from a chimney yester
day afternoon burned n small hole
in the roof of the house at 1445 B
street, residence of Hazel Baston,
city firemen who extinguished the
Want .Short Road G e o r g e
Ramp and 23 other residents of
the Brooks district yesterday filed
a petition with the county court
asking for the construction ot a
short road in district 17.
Non-Residents Increase Non
resident motor vehicle registra
tions for the first five months ot
1933 aggregate 18,880. according
to a tabulation prepared by the
state department. May registra
tions totaled 4451. as against
1565 In January. The total non
resident registrations for 193 2 ex
ceeded 90,700. August, with 16,
806 registrations, was the heavi
est of any month during the year.
Estate Accounted For Income
for the last six months to the es
tate ot the late George Frohma
der has been $2031 and outgo
$718- according to a report filed
Wednesday In probate court by
J. K. Frohmader, administrator.
Wants Freedom Herbert E.
Norton filed suit yesterday asking
a divorce from Alene M. Norton
to whom he was married Novem
ber 16, 1929. in Oklahoma City.
He alleges that his wife desert
ed him in April, 1932.
Trust Company Reports The
Ladd ft Bush Trust company as
administrator of the estate of the
late Christian Engi reported yes
terday to the probate court that
Income for the semi-annual per
iod was $180 and outgo $130.
Courtney Named Eugene
Courtney of Woodburn was yes
terday named administrator of
the estate of the late Minnie M.
Sherlock. The probable value of
property left by her is $3000.
Kelso Man Pays C. A. Lewis
of Kelso, Wash., yesterday paid
city police $7.50, the fine Munici
pal Judge Poulsen Imposed on
Funeral services for the, lata
Reverend Mr. Fred Albaa .Well,
pastor of tha First Unitarian
church, will take place at the
Portland crematorium Friday at
2 p. m conducted by tho Rever
end Mr. W. G. Iliot, Jr., pastor
ot the Unitarian church of Port
land and a brother of Mrs. Well.
Memorial services, will be held
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in
tha First Unitarian church of sa
lem. This will enable Salem
friends to pay tribute to the
memory o 3tfr- WeiL
Fred Alban' Weil was born ia
North, Andover. Mass, May 7.
1174. Be graduated from Phillip
academy at Andover. and then en
gaged in newspaper work serving
as reporter and editor on Massa
chusetts papers and as Associated
Press correspondent from 1195 to
19 . Feeling the call of the min
istry he entered Meadvtlle theo
logical seminary, completing the
course in 1904 and being ordained
ia the Unitarian ministry after
graduation. He served pastorates
in several widely separated fields:
Third Church. Chicago, 1904
1907; Bellingham, Wash., 1907-
1917; First Church. Denver. 1917-
1920; First Parish ("Church of
the Presidents"), Qulncy, Mass..
1920-1929; First Unitarian
church, Salem, 1930 until his
Mr. Weil served in the eighth
Massachusetts regiment during
the Spanish-American war; and
during the world war was field
director for five southern states
for the U. S. public health service.
During his pastorate in Denver he
was president of the Denver Phil
In 1905 Mr. Weil was united in
marriage to Ellen Smith Eliot,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Thom
as L. Eliot of Portland. Three
children were born to the union;
Thomas Eliot, who resides in
Washington, D. C, Frank Tuttle,
him when hepleaded guilty recent
ly to a charge of speeding.
94213 in Estate The estate of
the late Charles W. Buchner has
a valuation of $4213 according to
a report filed in probate court
Wednesday. Paul Buchner is ad
ministrator. Sale Reported The sheriff's
office yesterday reported $4701
received on sale for the Pruden
tial Insurance company of Amer
ica against Grant R. and Gene
T. B. TESTS BEST
Fewer pupil at Lincoln school
in proportion to the enrollment
are liable to be suffering from
tuberculosis than In any ot tha
other eight grade schools In the
city, figures obtained at the Mar
lon eounty health department of
fice reveal. Results of tnbereulin
tests administered In the schools
the past three months show 2.3
per cent of the Lincoln pupils re
acted positively. Richmond - was
next lowest with but 2.6 par cent
positive, while Engiewood was
highest, with $.8 per cent posi
tive. The other school positive per
centages are: McKtnley 4.2. High
land 4.3, Park 4.8, Grant 4.7,
Washington 5.7 and Garfield 5.9.
Pupils who Have reacted posi
tively to the test are given fluoro
scopic examinations and if they
appear to have tuberculosis, are
requested to undergo X-ray exam
ion D SHOW
Maxine Pettyjohn; Torgerson
And Scheuerman Place
In Dixon Tryouts
Miss Maxia Pettyjohn, leading
ingenue of Chemeketa players;
Fraak Tergersea. who made
many friends with Salem audi
ences during tho past year, and
Leo N. Sebenerman. technical di
rector of tha group, have won
places with tb road show that
Henry Dixon, former manager for
Taylor Street players of Portland,
win take out this summer.
These players went to Portland
recently for tryouts and survived
the preliminaries In competition
with scores from Portland and
nearby towns. Both Miss Petty
john and Mr. Torgerson will ap
pear on the program, while Mr.
Scheuerman has been engaged to
look after backstage work. All
three have - been prominent ia
Chemeketa players activities dur
ing the year. Mfes Pettyjohn will
be remembered for the excellence
of her werk in -"Lift Up Your
Eyes. and Mr. Torgerson partic- -ulatly
for "his female im persona- ,
lion ia "Glorious Annabel! e." Mr.
Scheuerman constructed tha scene
sets used by the group this sea
son. Rehearsals ar under way in
Portland bat no definite date has
as yet. been set for the show to
goon the road.
Members of Chemeketa players--'
who are interested In summer '
stady in theory of acting, make
np and stagecraft will meet '
Thursday night at the home ot
Miss Margaret - Mary Zerxan. at
whleh time plans for the summer
study will be announced". This
work Is under the direction of
Nellie Rowland Greene.
Persons Interested In working
with Chemeketa players may ob
tain Information from Perry Fres
cott Rclgelman, director, at 940
Mill street, or by telephone; or .
from E. J. Peterson, manager, at
Imperial Furniture company on .
SCALE DODEN PEAK
The Chemeketana Sunday will
drive into the Coast range moun
tains to gain a birds' eye view of
Salem, it was announced yester
day. The hikers, armed with
field glasses, will climb Doren's
peak, which is almost due west of
Salem and from which houses on
Fa'rmount hill here are easily
discernible through the glasses.
Starting from the Jennie Llnd,
the party will drive via Dallas,
Buell and Wallace bridge to the
Gold creek schoolhouse, 32 miles
from Salem on the Sheridan
Grand Ronde highway, and from
there three miles up Gold creek.
The ascent of Doren's peak, a
steady though not steep climb,
will be made on the forest ran
gers horse trail and is five miles
long. Atop the peak is a 100-foot
W. M. Hamilton in charge
of the trip, states that persons
not members of the Cnemeketans
sre invited to joint them on this
hike. Registration will close at
the Jennie Lind Friday night.
Iff A 1 IM .
Ill 4 UU-
DO't buy any electric refrigerator
until vou have noted the beauty,
and found out about the safety fea
tures the all-around efficiency of the
new Grunow. Here is, truly, a great
new refrigerator that will amase you.
456 State Street Phone 6022
WE SELL AXD SERVICE ALL MAKES OF WASHERS
f Mrs. Katie May Acierson at the
residence on route 1, Rlckreall.
Tuesday, aged 59 years. Survived
by daughters, Mrs. E. Wiedman
of Yachats, Ore., Miss Alma Ack
erson of Rlckreall; sons, John
Garinger of Hood River; Calvin
Garinger of MllwAukee, Fred Qar
tnger ot Rlckreall, Funeral ser
vices from the chapel ot the
Clough-Barrick company, Fridyr
-Juno 9. at 1:30, p. m. with inter
ment in Leo Mission cemetery.
; . Fleetwood
; jHerbert T. Fleetwood passed
away in this city June 6 at the
ace of (4 years. A late resident
ot 849 Market street. Survived by
his widow. Mrs. Augusta Fleet-
wood; mother, Mrs. Anne Fleet
wood of Michigan; sister, Mrs,
.Corn Brown of Michigan; brother.
Perry Fleetwood ot California;
son. F. W. Fleetwood of Mill
City: two daughters, Mrs. Wilma
. Weatherill of Sllverton and Mrs.
Haxel Perd, Woodburn, 7 grand
children. Funeral services from
k tha chapel of Clough-Barrick com
pany Thursday, June a at 2:30
p. m. with Rev. James Stewart of
ficiating. Interment Belcrest Mem
Hop Case Resumes The warm
ly contested hop 'lease litigation
between Frank and John Morley
At ; i ... ji.i.t.i w
vi ins onteiiuu anuiu, win
resumed in circuit court here to
day before Judge L. G. Lewelllng.
The corps. of 'lawyers on eaeh side j
hope to conclude the suit In two
Special offer on Community Plate
flatware all this week. Service for
six In Lady Hamilton pattern with
hollow handle, Viand style
knives, etc., 50-year replacement
guarantee. Regularly selling at
$28.75. This week $19.75. Mil
ler's Gift Dept.
Special Selling !
The late season has put manufacturers "on the spot" and one large
and most reliable concern has allotted us several groups of dresses
to b acid lor just a fraction of then real worth even on this-low
market You or we cannot hope to get .another chance like this.
The market Is rising, we earnestly zcoommend that, you take ad
vantage of this manufacturers offer.
Life Company Sues The Union
Central Life Insurance company
filed suit Wednesday in circuit'
court seeking to foreclose a mort
gage against Allan . Bellinger and I
others. The company claims $1 2,'
295 is due en an original $14,000
loan made in 1923. ".
t Jacob Edward Hicks passed
away at a local hospital June 5 at
the age ot 76 years. Funeral an
nouncements ' later, from the
Clough-Barrick company. .
Barry to Mr. ana Airs. Law
rence Alfred Barry, 1715 South
Cottage street, a boy, Albert Law
rence, born May 23 in this city.
McCarthy To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wesley McCarthy, Jr., of
Woodburn, a boy, Ronald Wesley,
born May 13. at the Bungalow
I PILES CURED
WltfeoQt Operation r Let ot Tla
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Values to 6.95
Sflk crepes, plain and prints,
puffed sleeves, no sleeves
(cape collars?; some ensem
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Plain and printed silk crepes
ha light and dark shades, cape
collars, puffed sleeves. One
and two piecfc styles.
Values U 3.93
These are kOk crepe. Plata
dark end pestel aod prints.
Sixes iff to 48. . One and two
Values to 12.45
A large selection of novelty
dresses in light and dark
shades. Very high quality
sCk made to sen at much
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who know Luckies are better
We, women know that there's al
- ways a good reason for everything.
And when a agarette is so unusu-, - place it between my lips! want to
ally mild, so pure and fine-tasting -, be sore not to onend my sense of
as Lnckks are what other reason
but Toasting Could there be?
No man has to tell mt that fine
tobaccos play an important part '
but Luckies please me completely
feminine daintiness. Yotf men have
your reasons for saying "Luckies
Please!" but with tu it's the wel
come purity as well as the flavor and
mildness that "Toasting" imparts.
in still another way.' My cigarette 1
is such a personal thing when I
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