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I Local News Briefs
Radio Cars AildHlTh
ber of police cars In communi
cation with tho city police radio
station here I reached 1 yester
day when Chief of Police Tony
Keufeldt of Dallas installed a re
ceiver in his car. Although tests
wera not .overly successful last
airtt, city police here said Chief
Neiffeldt would be easily reached
by radio from Salem as soon as
adjustments are made to his set.
J ?lan re now being laid in West
Salem to raise funds by a dance
to prOTide a car radio for Chief
of Police J. A. Gosser. . Seven
city, six state police and two Ma-
i rion county cars are now listed
to receive calls from KGZR here.
' Dance with Ted Fio-Rito and his
world famous orchestra, Salem ar-
mory next Monday nite.
Fraternls Clnh Meets Although
Fraternls club members hare
consistently sought to remain a
t purely social organization, with
no ciric activities,, they last night
authorised their officers to as
sist" other groups in the effort
i- to retain the state high school
basketball tournament for Salem.
, T,be offlce confer with
chamber of commerce officials
and offer to add letters of pro
test from the club to those of
other organizations in the city.
J Virtually to a man Fraternls
club members are sports enthu-
4 siasts and a majority of them
graduates of Salem high school.
i Dance Sat. Kenti Hall 25c.
Legion Meets, Jfewberg Sev
eral Salem Legionnaires not plan
ning to be in PnrtJansI fni. T
festival events, will go to Xew
berg to attend a district confer
ence at 8 o'clock tonight, in
charge of Fred Deiner, district
commander. The next district af
fair will be the session of the
Marion county council, to be held
In Salem, July 14. At this meet
ing a program for presentation
at the state Legion convention at
Klamath Falls, August 10 to 12,
will be outlined.
Flower plants, many kinds, hardy
and well-rooted at 2 doz. 35s.
Vegetable plants by dozen or
thousand. Salem's Petland.
Morehouse License Taken
Ten-day suspension of driver's li
cense was imposed by Municipal
Judge Poulsen yesterday upon
Wray Morehouse, 725 South Com
mercial street, when the latter
.pleaded guilty to a charge of
reckless driving. The arrest was
1 he original Yellow Front Drag and Candy
Special Store of Salem ..
185 X. Commercial St.' Dial .1107 Penslar A gency
When you think Drags, think Schaefer
Friday "and Saturday Only
Stock up on Schaefer's Home Remedies
Made in Salem by Fa In Our Own Laboratory and
Guaranteed to Relieve or Money Refunded
'A, Soothing Lotion for
the relief of irritation
caused by Poison Ivy,
Poison Oak, Poison Su
mac and certain other
poison plants. For exter
nal use only. Sold the
Schaefer Way, no cure
(-1 the .
Be Wise and
75c Solution Antiseptic
100 Pure Aspirin Tablets
5 yards Sterile Gauze
75c Black Psyllium
25c Listerine Shaving Cream
85c Jad Salts
1.50 Alarm -Clocks
1.00 Spring Bl6ssom Face Powder
1.00 Beef Iron Wine
75c Arom Cascara Sag
35c Colonial Club Talc
" 50c Colonial Club Shaving Cream ...
2.00 Garden Court Toilet Water ...
75c Fleur du Midi Face Powder .
- l.'OO Goggles
1.50 Douche Syringe
1.50 Magnifying Glasses ...
; 75c Anacin Tablets
35c Tooth Brushes
35c Kotex, limit two, each
1.00 Hot Water Bottles ...
75c Box Stationery
: 35c Baby Hair Brushes ......
i 35c One lb. Boric Acid .
25c lb. Flaxseed, meal or whole ...
3 ounce Spirits Camphor
25c Anacin Tablets ......
75c Haarlem Oil Capsules ....
50c Gillette Blades,
: 75c Gillette Blades, 5s
jSc Envelopes 2 for
1 Quart Mineral Ofl
"i ' Tnislws rlBraces - Supporters
Try Scnaefer'a Service If To Want tho Best Fit
Quality at the Most Reasonable Price
5 Mishaps Reported Report
ot five minor automobile - acci
dents in' which no Injuries were
listed were filed at city police
headquarters yesterday as fol
low: Mrs. A. H. Wilson, 2230
North Liberty, and J. E. Kirk,
757 Center, at Cottage and Hood;
Ellis E. Elwood, 1131 North 14th
street, and Frank Lockhart, state
hospital, at 17th and Center; R.
Shelton. 461 High, and H. Judd,
in courthouse driveway; Emma
Murphy Brown, 664 South Com
mercial, and A. E. Messing, state
engineer's office, in front of Argo
hotel; George W. Jackson, 722
State, and Walter Smith, 809
South High, at Ferry and Com
Benefit Races Promoted Co
operation of Rose City post.
American legion, at Portland was
solicited by J. T. Delaney this
week in promoting the dog races
to be held at Multnomah stadium
the night June 20 In benefit to
the national champion drum
corps. The Portland chamber of
commerce and state department
of the legion are assisting in plans
for large window displays calling
attention to the race program,
from which proceeds will go to
ward sending the Salem corps to
compete at the national legion
convention at Chicago.
Mod. dance tonight U-Park 10-15c
Herron Body Un found Efforts
to retrieve the body of Howard
Herron. 23, of Gates, who with
John T. Chess of Chicago ' was
drowned in the Santlam river be
low Detroit Monday, apparently
wero unavailing yesterday. Cor
oner L. E. Barrick reported. The
coroner said he had received no
word from the Mary creek conser
vation corps camps at which Her
ron was employed. The grappling
for the body will be continued, he
Lions Licensed Driver's li
cense examinations were given to
17 men at the Lions club meeting
at the Gray Belle yesterday by
Harry Graves and Charles Whit
temore of the motor vehicle op
erators' division. The program,
tying in with the examinations,
consisted of moving pictures on
highway safety presented by Ed
win D. Lindburg.
Komoto Forfeits Bail Bail of
$2.50 was forfeited to municipal
court yesterday by Joe Yoshio
Komoto, Independence route one,
whom city police arrested on a
charge of failing to stop at a
Oh Boy! What Joy
The Schaefer Way
Right from Salem comes
the new, better, joyful
way to take out corns
root and all.
Buy the Schaefer Way
no cure no pay
Rolman In Conference A con
ference between superlntedenta of
Oregon's two state hospitals and
Judge Taswell of the Multnomah
county circuit court, with relation
to the allocation of Insane pa
tients between the Salem and
Pendleton Institutions, waa being
arranged yesterday by Rufus C.
Holman, sate treasurer. Holman
conferred with Judge Taswell
Wednesday and was Informed
that aproxlmately 40 insane pa
tients are committed from Mul
tnomah county monthly. The law
requires that two attendants shall
accompany each patient. This,
Taiwell said, has resulted in con
siderable expense to the taxpay
ers. Tazwell previously notified
the state board of control that he
would use his discretion In com
mitting patients. He had been ask
ed to send the bulk ot patients to
Opening Charlie's Coffee Shop.
Sat Special 35c chicken pie din
ner with extras. 11 a. m. on.
Damon Bldg., 897 N. Coml.
Wants Divorce Gladys Schults
filed suit for divorce yesterday in
circuit court, asking that she be
granted her freedom from Ken
neth Schults to whom she was
married in Salem in 1929. She
asks also that she be restored her
maiden name of Gladys Kelley and
possession ot certain real property
and household furniture. Mrs.
Schults alleges that her husband
has a bad temper, has been cruel
to her at times and on several oc
casions has struck her and hurt
Non-Suit Bet Aside By stipu
lation between (defendant and
plaintiff, a non-suit granted in
1931 in circuit court here in the
case of the United Artists corpor
ation against Frank D. Bligh, was
set aside yesterday in an order
signed by Judge L. H. McMahan.
The litigation concerns rentals al
legedly past due on films used by
Bligh when be ran the Capitol
Boy Hit, Bruised Buddy Halt
enberg, Salem, suffered bruises
about the bead, when he was
knocked from his bicycle by an
automobile driven by John Frie
sen. 1374 Skinner street, Friesen
notified police yesterday. The
lad's Injuries were not considered
serious. The mishap occurred on
North Liberty street near Divi
sion. Wants to Place Boys Work for
two boys, ages 13 and 15, on a
farm near Salem is being sought
through the Red Cross here. The
lads are living with their mother.
They will work for their room and
board. Persons interested are ask
ed to see Miss Thora Beesen, exe
cutive secretary of the Red Cross
on North Commercial street here.
Car Stolen, Recovered City
police yesterday reported as re
covered, a sedan stolen from W.
Solinger of Cedarville, Calif.,
downtown here Wednesday night.
The machine was found near Gra
ber's camp on the Pacific highway
south. Solinger. is visiting with
friends on route three, Salem.
Dies in Vancouver Henry
Crass, 61, prominent lawyer in
Vancouver, Wash., and one time
mayor of that- city, died there
Wednesday. He is survived by the
widow and by a brother and sis
ter. Mr. Crass was a brother-in-law
ot Dr. Darby of Salem.
Barr To Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Barr, 2195 Center street, a girl,
Mary Carole, born June 6 at Sa
lem general hospital.
Parson To Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Parson, route three, a girl, Mar
garet Catherine, born June 5 at
Salem general hospital.
Cree To Mr. and Mrs. Lowell
O. Cree, 433 Union street, a girl,
Patricia May, born June 5 at Sa
lem Deaconess hospital.
Sleighter To Mr. and Mrs. Levi
Allen Sleighter, route seven, a
girl, wilda Faye, born June 8..
Kelley To Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kelley, 1357 Hines street, a boy,
Lyle Norman, born June 2 at the
Swallow To Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Swallow, 480 South 20th
street, a girl, Joannie Marie, born
May 30 at the residence.
Papenfns To Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Frank Papenfus, route three, a
boy. Frank Joseph, born May 24.
Hickell To Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Leonard Blckell. 411 N--th Front
street, a girl, Virgina Lee, born
iiay 24 at the residence.
Yates To Mr. and Mrs. Lau
rence Melville Yates, 2595 Maple
avenue, a girl, Jacauellne Dee.
born May 18 at the residence.
Gats To Mr. and Mrs. Char
les Gats of Monmouth, a seven
pound son, born yesterday at the
Bungalow maternity home.
8 men with $400 to $10OO cap
ital to invest in logging equip
ment which will return $25
average per day's operation.
Bee Tom Wood at Wood.
Wheaton Motor Co. or Phone
Can take it, they're Mlller
Ised. Let ns give you a
Salem Paint &
We Guarantee Satisfaction
474 Ferry St.
and Floor Waxers
Call C810, Used Farnltnr
. Department :
151 NorOi Hlg
STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon. Friday Morning, June 9; 1933
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Coming Events '
June 10 Annual Cascade
area Boy Scout field rally,
Sweetland field. 7 p. m.
June 10 Willamette uni
versity law college alumni la
June 10 Statewide meet
Ins; small truck operators, 2
p. m., Salem chamber of
June 12 Adjourned
meeting city council to con
sider proposed amendments
to city charter.
June 15 Newly passed
beer ordinance becomes ef
June 17-10 Class-day,
baccalaureate and com
mencement exercises at
June 10 Annual election
all non-high school districts
in county; board of educa
tion for these districts to be
June 10 City school elec
tion, 2 to 7 p. m 220 South
June 20-22 G. A. R, and
affiliating bodies annual en
campment. June 24 Artisans to hold
"Covered Wagon" campaign
meeting; banquet 8 o'clock.
Fraternal temple; large at
tendance of out-of-town Ar
June 23 Missouri An
nual picnic. Municipal auto
July 24-26 Annas En
campment, Spanish War
Sept. 4-0 Oregon state
Al Pierce Visits Al N. Pierce,
formerly of the Marlon hotel and
later manager ot the Hotel Ben
ton of Corvallis, was in Salem yes
terday calling on friends. Al is go
ing to Mt. Baker to manage the
Mt. Baker lodge which is owned
by the Adolph Schmidt interests.
The lodge is on the flanks of
Mt. Baker out from Bellingham,
Wash., and is one ot the popular
resorts of the Puget Sound coun
try. Boys and Girls on Air Marion
county 4-H club boys and girls
who will attend 19th annual 4-H
club summer school at Corvallis
this month, will be heard over
KOAC between 4:45 and 7:30
p. m. Wednesday night, June 14.
During the course of the school,
representations from each coun
ty will be on the air.
Sues for $3000 A 1 b e r 1 1 n. e
Krenz, for herself and as admin
istrator of the estate of the late
Emil Krenz, yesterday filed suit
in circuit court against William
J. and Nora S. Nevens, asking
Judgment for $3000 on a mort
gage note allegedly past due. In
terest has not been paid since
April, 1930, plaintiff alleges.
No Meeting Friday No meet
ing will be held Friday for the
junior division of the Salem
stamp society. Joseph Weber, Jun
ior advisor, announces no further
meetings will be held until fall
when the group will be reorgan
ized. Going to Seabeck Veva Gar
rett and Amelia Schrack of the
Willamette university T. W. C. A.,
. . . a
like thtsM&Wdrtn?:k ttr. . :-; A
Beat "Gin Marriage" law by
One day; Notice to be
Required, 3 Days
Anticipating the "gin marriage"
law which becomes effective to
day, six couples took out wedding
licenses yesterday at the county
clerk's offices here. Hereafter ap
plicants must apply, wait for a
three-day period to pass, and then
receive their official permit to
wed. Couples licensed Thursday
William F. F easier, 27, Wood
burn, a farmer, to Gladys Irene
McGee, 25, Mt. Angel, a teacher.
Leo M. Buchhart, Mt. Angel, a
farmer, to Mame Mackll, Mt. An
gel, a housekeeper.
Donald Schoenborn. 22, Oregon
City, route three, a farmer, to
ona A. Cordill, 24, Molalla, a
James A. Bottrell, 33. 1145 N.
13th street, Salem, a salesman, to
Alma Marie Green, 28. 1180
North 15th street, a sales lady.
Charles B. Carves, 13. Pilot
Roek, a teacher, to Mary Opal
Hoskins, 23, Stanfield, a teacher.
Emil Otjen, 22, 818 Rural ave
nue, a laborer, to Ethel Mae Nich
ols, 20, 2209 Mill street, a house
keeper. Marion S. Allen
Today at Albany
Funeral services for Marion S.
Allen, nromlnent citizen nt Al
bany, who died at his home Mon
day, June 5. will be held at the
Albany First Methodist church
Friday, June 9 at 2 o'clock. The
body will lie in state from 1:30
to 2. Mr. Allen, formerly a .rail
road man In Wisconsin, came to
Oregon in 1901. and hn fnr,
lived In the vicinity of Jefferson
plan to attend the annual sum
mer conference held this seaann
at Seabeck, Wash., June 17 to 27.
Miss Schrack will lead a discus
sion group on worship at the con
ference. Land Bank Sues The Federal
Land Bank of Spokane yesterday
secured a foreclosure decree on
mortgage allegedly past due. De
fendant named was Max Schar
bach and 20 others. The princi
pal of the mortgage is 13246.
Acres covered total 80.
Einzig Away William Einzig,
secretary of the state board of
control, has been in eastern Ore
gon the last two days, stopping at
The Dalles where the state tuber
culosis hospital was visited, and
then going on for an Inspection
of the state hospital for the In
sane at Pendleton.
Picnic Today Freshmen at
Willamette university will hold
their annual picnic today, Lois
Underwood and Kenneth Manning
hajing charge. Trucks will leave
the campus at 4 p. m. for River
side park, where the festivities
will be held.
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At the residence. Sit Mill
street. Wednesday, June 7, Mrs.
Helen Hutchinson, aged 27 years.
Survived by widower, Robert Dall
Hutchinson of Salem; son, Robert
Jr.; daughter Annabel Louise;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J.
Toose; sister Annabel Parkmand
Toose; brother, Fred J. Tooze Jr.,
all of Salem. Funeral services
from the chapel of the Clough
Bsrrlck company, Friday, June 9,
at 4:15 p. m. with Dr. Grover C.
Blrtchet officiating. Interment In
Belcreet Memorial park.
Mrs. Katie May Ackerson at the
residence on route 1, Rlckreall.
Tuesday, aged 59 years. Survived
by daughters, Mrs. E. Wiedman of
Tachats, Ore., Miss Alma Ackerson
of Rlckreall; sons. John Garinger
of Hood River, Calvin Garinger of
Milwaukee, Fred Garinger of Rlck
reall. Funeral services from the
chapel of the Clongh-Barrick com
pany. Friday, June 9, at 1:30 p.
m. with interment in Lee Mason
At the residence. 580 Center
street early Thursday morning,
Violet M. Lama aged 38 years.
Wife of E. C. Lama, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Snelgrove; mo
ther of Ada Gene and Warren
Lama; sister ot Max Snelgrove of
Salem and B. B. Snelgrove of
Blackwell. Okla., and Mrs. M. L.
Cherry of Salem. Funeral services
Irish Wmg Iroeoiry o.
294 N. Commercial
.Lfaith le home erfhant fr keeping faith in you by building your lo
cal community in using local and home-grown products. Try
THE STORE WITH LOW PRICES EVERY DAY
Red. Mex Beans
Rice Broken Head
Kerrs Plour and Cereals
Kerrs White Eagle
Hard Wheat Flour
Pure Cane Sugar
Certo 2 bottles
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will be hejd from the W. T. Rig-
aon ana eon mortuary on Friday,
June 9 at 2 p. m.
Af the residence. C57 Chem-
ekeU street. June 7, Rev. Fred
Albaa Well. Survived by the wi
dow, Ellen Eliot Well, one son
Thomas Eliot Well of Washing
ton, D. C. and one danchter.
Janet Hobart Weil of Salem. Fun
eral services from the Portland
crematorium Friday, June 9 at 2
P. m. with Rev. W. G. Eliot of
ficiating, under the direction of
Clough-Barrlck company. Please
Jacob Edward Hicks, passed
away at a local hospital Jane 5
at the age of 7C years. Funeral
announcements later, from the
Bowman to Head
Up Oregon Home
PORTLAND, Ore., June 8.
fAP) Dr. Harold L. Bowman of
Portland was chosen president of
the Oregon Home Missions coun
cil at the annual meeting and
executive session of the group
here. He will succeed Dr. M. A.
Marry of Salem, who presided at
the meeting today.
The council decided to sponsor
a state pastors' conference early
this fall and at a still later date,
a second regional conference of
pastors at Salem.
St 4 Deliveries
Silver Bar Tomatoes
No. can OA
3 for zyc
Golden Bantam Corn
No. 2 can
3 for I...
Just arrived! A car of Salt
from the Morton Salt Co.
We have any kind you
need. Also Hay Salt.
Table Salt HKr
(Towel) 50 lbs DC
We Are Your Friend and Neighbors
7000 SCHOOL VOTE
Seven thUMad ballots lave
been ordered for the school elec
tion June 19 ia this county, Mrs.
Mary L. Fu!keron announced yes
terday, and added that more sciy
be needed if requests for larre
numbers of ballots keen comic g
to her office.
Many inquiri are being m&ce
about the qualifications for voting
on directors of the new board of
education or for local school of
ficers. The qualifications are: Tte
voter mast be a full fledged citi
zen of th United States, firtt ro
pers do not permit voting; muM
be 21 yesr old or over; uum be
resident of the state six mortbc;
must be resident of the district 3
days immediately prior to the elec
To vote oa the annual cbofl
budget, in first and second el
districts votr must have tfcflr
names on assessment rolls as I1
as having the above qualification.
Anyone who U bead of a family
and has th above qualIficatlor.f
may vote on the budget In a tbiid
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