The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 05, 1933, Page 2, Image 2

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    1 CORPS IS
OUT DY FLUKE
5 Seconds : Overtime "Play
Puts Salem in Discard; 2d
- Place won on Points
fCont!ng4 frost tar 1)
icereof 93.96. Marlboro. Mass.,
took first with a score of $6. 15.
Attired In white and sold cadet
- nnlfftrma thA Cfllam inrni rrva A a a
daxxllng spectacle ; against the
? newly laid football turf In Sdi-
aiers xieia. wniie overneaa a.iuu
moon cast a silvery light on the
BCene.' .ftf
, Contest Four Roars Lob;
1 Wlad Bitter at Kigfct
The contest reenired more than
' four boon and when it was over
(i tne crowd . hustled from the sta
' diem to escape the chilly north
wind that had been i blowing an
evening. v-s ;-
Miami. Flew with score ot
9 3. 55 -headed the list of 11 quali
fiers to compete in the finals
against the national-Americas. Le
gion champion drum and bugle
corps from Salem, , at Soldiers
. field. - - . - -
Geraantown, Pa.; was seeond
hlgh In the eliminations with a
score vt 92.715, and was one of
the ton? Pennsylvania - outfits , to
m.-reach the finals: 11 -;. i
" Others to quality were: La
' Porte, ImL, 9JS.53;, Marlboro,
Mass.. , $2,471 Greensbmrgv Pa.j
r5; ' Danville, IlLv 12.19;
tTniontown. Pa 92.21; Tarentnm,
Pa.. 92.21; Knoxville. Ia 92.045;
-Elyrla. O., 91.815; Seattle. Wash.,
; '91.585. i r, i -
; Department : Commander Har-
yoia J. Warner, ranking' officer of
.Oregon legionnaires, will present
'a blanket woven by Indians of his
state- to the American Legion's
retiring chief. National Comman
'der Louis Johnson, at the order's
ocon rent ion tomorrow.
The blanket carries the legion's
Insignia, . .
Today Commander Warren ac
cepted for Mayor Joseph K. Car
son, Jr., a plaque commemorating
the legion's visit to Portland in
1932. Johnson, making: the pres
entation, expressed: appreciation
of the hospitality accorded the or
der by the Oregon city.
. 8 National Honors
Corner Salem
The Oregon contingent counted
'three convention honors tonight.'
Its women's auxiliary had won the
; national championship In trio and
quartet competition, and the na
' tional poppjr poster contest,
' Both the trio and Quartet are
from Salem. Mrs. Grace Zoael,
Mrs. Bernlece Bowe and Mrs. Mil
dred Wyatt compose the trio, and
they with Mrs. Arlene Brown,
.make up the quartet. The musi
cal groups are directed by Miss
Lena Bell Tarter, with Miss Edith
Flndley as accompanist. -
Oregon's 11 votes in the eon-
uoa election win so to Edward
TODAY, and FRIDAY
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Oae person died ef fright and eleven persons were treated for "injuries as .the result of sv sharp earth
confined te the older structures
the brunt ef the shock at
Hayes.- Illinois candidate, for na-
uonai commander, ft was decided
in a caucus tonight. Adjutant Carl
MoseT said the denartment would
pot enter candidates for any of
the other oinces.
The' Blatz Post hand from Mil
waukee, Wlac. took first prize in
toe oana contest with uonaban
Post Of Slotrr Cirv. Iowa, rnnimr.
up among the 15 eontestanta, Jiil-
waucee scored 95.9 out of a pos
sible 100 points.
Fort Wayne, Ind., placed third,
and St. Lou i s. Mo., Musicians'
PostNo. 294, fourth.
In drill team contests, East
Lynn, Mass.. Post No. 291, won
first place; troop 1, Post No. 665,
Buffalo, N. T., was second; the
Milwaukee, Electric Post, third;
the" R. E. Bently Post, Cincinnati,
fourth, and the Warren. O.. Post
finished last among the teams.
When- the Salem drum corns
will return home was not known
to legion officials here last night.
Manager Tom. Hill before leaving
last week said the. main, par ty
probably would not depart from
Chicago before Satnrdav. arrivinr
in Salem toward the end at sect
week. Legion men here, however,
believed the rronn mizht rtnrn
sooner since the-sponaors will not
pay expenses, incurred during a
longer stay in Chicago.
Drum majors, were not Indraf
In the American. Legion drum and
bugle corns contest at Chicaro
last night. The Statesman ascer-
uunea y wire. Through Its Asso
ciated. Prasii eonsMtiniK ft- . -
Informed the only drum major con
test of the legion convention vu
one held In I connection with the
49 et $ parade and that was won
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Renew A ttack on
ot the city. Abo ve photo shows one of the bwIkXtngs which received
Fifty-fogrth and Central avenue ia the southeastern section of die city i
CI60ISHOTTO
GET LEGION'S OKEI
(Coathid tnm Mt 1)
In lured or xdiaeased In nilitarv
service, tne pian wouia restore in
benetits removed or reduced un
der the ee.onomT act of laat
March, which trimmed 1300,000,-
009 a year from such payments.
Wldowa and ornhana lilrewiaa
wolud be provided as they were
prior to tne economy act.
The ledonnaires at a business
seslson ot their 15th annual con
vention today adopted a child wel
fare Drorram. selected Miami.
Fla . for the 1934 convention and
took action that would make more
rigid the regulations forbidding
legion officials to take part In
politics.
Thi American LaB-fnn sliall luk-
absolutely non-political and shall
not be nsed for the dissemination;
of partisan DrindDles nor for the
promotion of the candidacy of any
person seeking public office or
preferment." declared th a inmit.
ment adopted for addition to the
legion constitution. .
National Commander Loula A
Johnson, called noon tha irlnn.
nalres to line up behind the le
gion's program ot "country before
by Frank Bozeman of Aberdeen,
s. v. iiunareaa or inquiries were
racelred br The Statesman regard
ing iCbarles Whittemore. who won
the! national drum major Contest
at remand last rear and led the
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ofluepi corps sain img year.
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...AND ONE
MAD r10l1ENT!
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him .
dad nted
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found that her love
belonged to his best
friend!
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L0HETTI YQiniB
datid umm
C. EEDY CCaSCI
KEEOT Ittm
A FOX PICTURE
Tim hot.
fed
Los Angeles
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self." He declared there was no
thing to he -gained and much to
be lost In fighting the national
economy act The lerion haa
gained great public favor, he said,
because It refused to make attacks
on the new administration when
the act was passed.
The bonus was disposed of wti
aDDaxent flnalftv tndair whon -
legislative committee turned down
resolutions from six states Illi
nois, Missouri, Sonth Dakota, Tex
as. MichlSSn and Pnnnr1nt.
urging; immediate payment.
E SLATED TO
IT
JERSEY C.TTT. V. JT A. ft
(Thnrsdav) 'API PthMot
Roosevelt left on a special train
tor Washington shortly after mid
night today after calling for a re-
uouDiing ot efforts until recovery
Is comolete in the first arvxxAh hm
has mdae In New Tork city since
he entered the White House.
The President's nartr vu 1n!n.
ed, shortly before the train left,
br Henrr Bruere. New Tnrir hanV.
er who la exnectad tn WnmA thm,
coordinator of Mr. Roosevelt's
rapidly formulating credit expan
sion program.
As on his atraearanc fa a PavV
avenue hotel, where he delivered
bla speech, the president wa
greeted vita cneers and sfannta at
acclaim as he motored from New
rork to Jersey City, where his
train waited.
With Mr. Roosevelt on thn mo.
tor trip to Jersey City was Mon
alxnor Edward JC. KMnn wml
dent of the national confM-Anoa f
charities, whose concluding ses
sion he addressed.
Erickson Ace Man
On Air Line Route
Frank M. Erickson: Jr.. Acto.
ber 1. Was nromoted to nnatttnn
of number one pilot on United
Airlines' Chicago-New Tork run,
It was learned from his parents.
Dean and Mrs. Frank M. Erlck
i son, here yesterday. Previously he
had flown tho RalHlallVUml an
later the Oakland -San Diego
routes or united Airlines. His
i change to the eastern run is con
i sidered a promotion of hizh im-
I portance.
Last Times Today
ZASU PITTS
GINGER
ROGERS
V1'" in";
Tomorrow and. Saturday
VA brand - new twist .
in movie stories '.
: it's a howl!r. . ,
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(CmUiiiI In. mm 1) ,
nanclation of the-handling' of the
12,209,000,000 public works pro
gram with its potential millions
ot Jobs.
The resolution which they ask
ed the convention to approve said
that "through the laxity or . the
Inefficiency of those entrusted j
with the . expenditure of the
money." thousands of industrial
workers "are in suffering and
want.
Thm, rMnlnflnfl nrnnnl1 an in.
peal to President Roosevelt . "for
tne removal ot tnose punuc oui-
eial whn thar thrnnrh tkntr
laxity or, the ineffideney are re-
sponsioie lor mucn ot tne present
unemployment unless those now
In vhirra M thh their wnilnr-
ness to carry out the intent of
congress.
Reeretarv TelreaJ hA Is admin
Istratax of the pabllo works fund,
reeenuy said the blame lay in tne
slowness of state and .local au
thorities and not In federal red
tape.
Labors' Organizations
xo Be lueealng. She Says .
Asserting "the voluntary organ
ization Of labor for mutual heln.
strenrtft and eroerlene -BrllI nrnra
under able leaderahtp to be e.
blessing," Miss Perkins disclosed
for the first time that a division
of labor earrfca ad labor atati.
dards was to be established in the
department of labor with the full
approval of President Roosevelt.
"The department of labor
stands ready to carry its respon
sibilities in enlarging the oppor
tunities ior laoor to enjoy a lair
share ot the hoped for national
well being," she said. "Not only
must it make emnlovera aware of
the necessity for providing fully
and equitably tor the wage earn
ers, but it must be ready to pro
vide information, service and help
to labor In its own program of
solving problems and Improving
conditions for workers.
"These thnn ran he aetttoved '
she added, "If industry recognizes
that workers must receive increas
ed wages and shorter hours of
work in fair proportion as profits
increase."
S53SHARE RECEIVED
FOB 20-CEHT COST
I Continued from page 1)
told the banking firm's partners
got 36.843,000 in 1929 tor stock
that cost them $24,090 or 20
cents a share. In 1924 when the
company organised the United
euuea ana jroreign securities In
vestment trast.
Couzens, discussing the testi
mony of Robert E. Christie, Jr.,
youthful partner and secretary
treasurer ot the company, assert
ed It was "hardly ethical" for
those acting as trustees for money
invested by the public to engage
In speculating and selling the
stock short.
Christie, under questioning by
Pecora. disclosed that eleren of
the partners in the firm sold to
the brokerage house of Domlnick
and Domlnick many thousand
shares at less than the market
price.
Approximately 74,000 shares of
unitea oiaies and Foreign com
mon were handled through the
brokerage firm and 50,000 shares
were sold In the open market sub
sequently, Pecora developed in his
conduct of the Inquiry.
Christie followed hmum mi.
Ion, the senior partner and presi
dent of the private banking ljpuse
to the witness stand. Dillon told
the committee he favored greater
publicity on the operations of cor
porationa and banks. His sugges
tions on this point adhered closely
to the. views the administration
experts , now studying- formation
of a committee to consider meth
ods of regulating the stock ex-
Pecora, pushing his Questions
determinedly at Christie, brought
before the committM uh..
that 11 of the partners sold corn
most stodr in the United States
and Foreign, Securities corpora
tion at an aversge oT 153 for
hares which- eost company part
ner, erictmalljr 20 cent each.
Christie said approximately 74,
000 share were disposed of. -
McKAY TO BAIT WALXATHOXS
Mayor Douglas McKay will sign
iw viiuiiuei torpiaaing conduct
Of walkathons in Salem -i
Bounced laat night Bearing the
!via.uBo, me measure
will go Into effect as soon as it
receives the mayoral signature.
Tonight la Dime Nlte
ad
Seats
I
Except
Loges
U
'' ' ALSO ' .'f"
Fattr Arbnekle Coraedy
"HOW HAVE TOTJj BEAN
K ewe and Cartoom (Comedy
mOAX AXD i RATCBD4T
Asks 500 Planes
(tear Admiral Ernest 3. Sing, chief
of Naval Aeronautics, who says oar
Navy needs 500 new planes in order
to keep pace with the shipbuilding:
progTam ef the Navy Department.
Congress' wij be asked to provide
them, ..
Tabulated Score's
Oi 1st Ten Pairs
In Tournament
The following are the tabulated
scores for the first ten pairs north
and sputh, and the first ten pairs
east and west, in The Oregon
Statesman contract bridge tourna
ment, the first night of which was
played here Tuesday:
North and south, sections one
and two. In order of high scores:
Mr. and Mrs. Ereel Kay . . . .3730
Mrs. Jack Callaghan 3650
Mrs. Roy Simmons
Mrs. P. T. Munger 1690
Miss Dorothea Steusloff ....
Mrs. C. W. Paulus .1620
Mrs. Wayne Loder
W.; R. Newmeyer 1380
Dr. P. L. Newmeyer
Dr. and Mrs. Prince Byrd ..1219
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Bsum . . 1110
Dr. J. E. Albrich 799
Dr. R. D. Blatehford ......
Mrs. P. D. Quisenberry .... 490
Mrs. Gus Hixson
Mrs..M. C. Hemenway -20
East and west, sections, one and
two, in order of high scores:
Mr and Mrs. Don Madison . .2720
Graham Sharkey 3620
William Einzig ., . -
Mrs. Clayton V. Bernhard ..2890
Mr. Clayton V. Bernhard , .
Mrs. Max Rogers ....2069
Mrs. Rnskin Blatehford ....
Mrs. Oliver Huston 1529
Mr. Oliver Huston
Mrs. W. R. Newmeyer .....1460
Mrs. P. L. Newmeyer ......
Miss Jeanne Wilson ....... 800
Miss Rnthita Hoffnell
Mrs. T. A. LiTesley 710
Mrs. William S. Walton ....
Mrs. Earl a. Thompson .... 690
Mr. Earl 0. Thompson .....
Judge Harry Belt , 500
Dr. Roy Byrd
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct, 4
I-.' Robert Fechner, director
01 civilian conservation corps
work, today Informed C. J.
regional forester that 89 winter
L. camps have been author
ised for Oregon, The new order
will reduce Oreeon'a a not. of
camps from 64 to 39 and number!
01 recruits irom about 12,800 to
about 7800. f
One Of the Winter nmm will
be located in Marlon county, 6 in
Lne county and one in Linn
county. Douglas ? county will hare
iae most, seven;
WASHINGTON, Oct. 4 (AP)
Thirty-seven thousand mem
bers of the civilian conservation
corps nave gone back home to
taae. jobs. s
This exodus of young men
nM worav camps in the forests
to industrial life has led conser
vation Officlala to hoi lava nDr.
al employment conditions are im
proving.
Robert Fechner director ot
emergency conservation work, i
km wuy a.m campa naa lost an
average of 800 men a- day since
President Roosevelt faanad Ma
call to. the men to find Jobs and
make room for applicants with-
wub eupioymeni. ua aary I, there
were uy,voq in the conservation
corps.
Roman, Attorney
Of Madrid, Will
Replace Lerroux
MADRID. Oct. a riPtc.il.
chea Roman, one of the wealthiest
lawyers in opsin, tonight acceded
to the reaneat of Pr entrant mi.
Alcala Zamora that he form a gov
ernment to replace the cabinet of
Premier Alelandro Lerrnnv wtiti i
resigned rest) r lay. PoUUcal cir
cles interpreted the aecepUnce as
meaning the president had decid
ed congress naa unisned its mis-:
sion and that diaaointtnti
body will he forthcoming after
urgent matters have been cleaned
up. :.
mm-
SSar Chjum Tou chSdB life
If one or more of your ehlU
oren f aCs ta aa examination
or doesn't eoyde tra to yciir
expectatiors h tcbooi, tt'inay
bejrotrr fwlt. Aa tisjniiiatlon:
wra lselu the need fo err
rsctsd vision if that : to t4s
reason, gad aay tare Tear
tog glanne conttrmously lalsa.
ORESOH TO HAVE 39
wracccciFs
lUKEflffl
FOiTSTff OFFIHS
fCoatlaM treat sat t); ..
: was i discriminatory -and if - en
forced v would '; prevent between
1S.00O ."andf 20,000 ; small tracks
i from operating on, the highways.
Special . Kobiectlon ' A was voiced
! afainst those provisions of the act
requiring truck ownera to post a
good faith, bond and pay certain
fees not prescribed in the previous
trock-law.r.'.-i'--' - -T-r
;a: motion filed In the supreme
court recently asking that the of
ficers be - restrained from enforc-
ing-the law was denied;
State" police have arrested :
large nomber of persons ' on
charges of violating the act but in
most cases the defendants were al
lowed to post ball pending a final
decision by the supreme court.
The supreme court gave Cupper
19 days in which to file an answer
t the defendant s, erief. . :
20 Tag Cases Com . ' ,-
Up In Justice court
Hearing of the first of the near
ly 29 P. U. C. tag eases that are
! now before Judge Hayden'a court
I was. held- yesterday ; afternoon,
with Elmer Lander the defendant,
After considerable argnment be
tween attorneys, stipulation was
made that Lander-was a contract
carrier- as defined by chapter 429
Jttthe motor transportation act, '
Justice ot the Peace Hayden has
the - case Vender advisement and
will pass on the acts, shortly.
Lander was represented by Attor
neys Cupper. Kneeland and Pope,
who are handling the Truck Own
ers and . Farmers Protective as
sociation interests in the appeal
now before the supreme court,
Don Trlndle appeared for the dis
trict attorney's office.
PORTLAND, Oct. 4. (AP)
The marketing agreement design
ed to assist in the exporting of
40,000 bushels of Pacific north
west surplus wheat was received
here, today from Washington, D.
C, and steps, were taken at once
to start the movement of the
grain to foreign markets.
Douglas Melntyre, assistant di
rector of the agricultural adjust
ment administration, called- a
PLA BACK OKEHEO
A Quicker Way
To Ease Headaches
4
HERE I AM. K tlS OWNER
trrV ON HANO... AMD ANOTHER:
OFMVAO HCAOACMES. WHAT
I CAN 100?
OAVtR ASPIRIN ?
TAKE 2. TABLETS AND
YOUR HEADACHE
WILL BC GONti
IN A JIFFY t
faVfRTBY
A
Discovery that's Bringing Fas Relief to MllUons
Now comes, amnrinaht mnrh r)if
from headaches, rheumatism, neuri
tis, neuralgia . . . Mit fastest safe rtlief,
it ts taMLyct discovered.
Those results, are due to a scien
tific discovery by which a Bayer
Aspirin Tablet begins to dissolve, or
disintegrate, in the empng space of
two seconds after touching moisture.
And hence to start "taking hold" of
pain a lew minutes after taxing.
The illustration of the glass, here,
tells the stoyy. A Bayer Tablet starts
to disintegrate almost instantly you
swallow iWAad thus is reada to goto
work almost instantly .
When you buv, though, see that
Ftra get the Genuine BAYER Aspirin,
or Bayer Aspirin's quick relief
always say BAYER Aspirin."
I've tept track of
money it
this month9'
Eta
ttrx. "Here it is-, all put down.
Wfaencver my tdcplione rdiercd toe of a trip
downtown,' I rnade note of the nickel' dime or
quarter fared. They soon amounted to more than
the price of telephone semce, and I also haye K
the telephone for calling friende.ind makirigap.
. mtmenta, Ittrne,andrTeproYedit-thetele. -S-?
:ll11,?Iiecosf98.Meandd6e3 i so much
. thatueimply doesn't pay tr he without one.-
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t2"c Te axd TixEQRAPn Company
TKeCall
Board
e SL81XORE .
Today ' Ginger Rogers in
"Professional Sweetheart.
Friday Lee Tracy In "Turn
' Back ho Clock." v
N CAPITOL
Saturday and I Snaday
"Gold Diggers ot 1933."
" GRAXD
Today LOretta Young
and David Manners in
- "The Devil's In Love."
HOLLYWOOD n
FridayTom Mix in "The
nnstlera' Ronndnn" nlus
. children's violin : program
at 8:45, on stage.
STATE M'""
Today--,,Klhr Kong."
Saturday Matinee Reginald
Denny in "The Iron Mas-
ter."
Saturday sight - Claudette
Colbert in "I Cover the
r Waterfront" Jptns TechnI-
color Biny Symphony
.. "Flowers and Trees."
meeting of grain exporters, flour
exporters, representatives of the
farmers' national "grain corpora
tion and the North Paciflo Grain
Grower. cooperative to present
the plan to them. ; N
f "'The plan Melntyre said, "Is
substantially the same as - was
sent east after the recent hearings
In Portland. I do not believe there
is anything in it to which the ex
porters and expert millers will
object.
I see no reason why they can
not start selling this week. Of
course, they must find the market.
but with wheat on an export bas
is, thfcshpttld not be difficult!"
-
Virginia Vote is
Almost 2-1 "Wef
RICHMOND. Va.. Oct. 4
(AP) Virginia reoealists main
tained a majority ot nearly two
to one tenisrht a. returns from
yesterday's dual referendum on
national and atate prohibition
came fa from remote precincts.
Unofficial returns from 1499 of
the state's 1990 precincts gave
OK 1. ...... ... 1 a v
f vote xor vi tu
18 th amendment and 63,410
against repeal.
Z 6EFOrl& THE DINNER.
THAT BAY Eft. ASPIRIN VOU
SU66ESTEO 19 StftapLY WONOEttrUL
KY HEADACHE WAS ENTIRELY ,
GONE IN A FEW MINUTES-'
WHY BAYER
ASPIRIN
WORKS SO FAST
Drop a Bayer Tablet
in a glass of water.
Net that BEFORE
it touches bottom, it
has started to dis
bitegrat. What it doas fai this
siass it does in your
ftoniach. Hence its
fast action.
Does Not Harm the Heart
saved us
j I KNEW IT WOULD BE...
1 eAYER ASPIRIN WORKS
Vj SO FAST j
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