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OF BLUE EAGLE
Restaurant man Refuses to
Explain Vhen all his
Employes Accuse r
Denial of Violation . Made;
- Cass Is Forerunner of
. I Others, Warning
- WASHINGTON Oct 10 (AP)
The KRA. blue eagle was or
dered taken .from Theodore O
JUbutls. Gam Inditu, ratw-
ntHr, tonisbt.br Hugh S. John
eon, recovery administrator la bis
xirst actios oX this kind.
Rahutis was charged with Tio-
Utiaz minimum wage and hour
provisions of Ms president's i
employment agreement. and with
refusing to explain bis actions to
the local KRA board. Johnson or
dered him to surrender an KRA
insignia in bis possession to the
cmtmaster at Gary AUd to cease
- using, it la advertising. , "
Id Gary Rabntis denied be bad
Tiolated tbe code, and asserted bis
establishment bad been operating
en a basis more, favorable to em
ploye than required.
"We have been employing our
belp not "more than SC boors a
week, he said "and paying $44
per.4 month. , We provide three
meals a day without deducting
from employes' pay and make no
ehaigesr&x uniforms. Besides that
we requite that our employes
work only 9 hours a day, 8 days
a- week and give one day a week
off.- . r-..:..
Johnson said the action against
Rahntis was but a forerunner of
others against flagrant violators
I the president's reemployment
Th recovery administration
said thr.t all Rahutlar employes
bad complained he was requiring
them to work longer than provid
ed by tbe president's re-employment
agreement and was paying
les than tbe minimum wages re
quired. It was -charged one em
ploy was forced to work 21 bours
la two days at 14 cents an boor.
V (Coailnata hm .pag 1) .
ward police headquarters, ''bop
lag I'd get pinched for speeding
and they'd, catch the man."
Ho drove so fast Dawson did
not dare jump off during tbe wild
ride down Commercial and Lib
erty streets ta Court,, from there
te Iligb and back north to the
city hall. A score of onlookers
were attracted- to city ball , by
leeetman s screaming tires as he
raced around nearby corners. -City
police about an hour earlier-
had been called to the apart-
meat hens where Dawson was, to
quiet a wild party, they said.
After Uebelman was given first
aid . at Salem General hospital, be
was anie to return to his resi
dence, 15SB Madison street.
County Court to
He onBaM When
: Bids are Opened
Marlon county court members
plan to attend a meeting of the
federal bureau of public roads in
Portland at 19 o'clock this morn
ing at which time bids will be
received on 3.9 miles of grading
work on the North aSntlam high
way.'", .a-;; r---'"-,-.rZ,: . ;? , ,
The grading Is to be done just
northwest of tbe North and South
junction, six miles this aide of the
summit. The federal government
has provided 2120.099 for this
job of grading which will leave
only 11 miles of the North San
tiam highway ungraded when this
job is finished;
From Charge ol -Slandering
MEDrORD,. Ore.. Oct. 10.
f AP) -A defense motion to quash
an Indictment . charging C. H.
Browa with slandering: of a bank
was sustained here today by Cir
cuit Judge H. D. Nofton and the
caea against him was dismissed.
The charge was brought by the
statn after, an article purportedly
written by Brown was published
In the Pacific RecorJ Herald, a
newspaper of Karl H. Fehl, dur
ing the height of the Jackson
county political turmoil last win
ter. The article dealtb with a
transfer of lands from a local
to the Tantalizing Maale of
Salem's Newest and x
- Finest Band
Every Wed. and Sat. -
; Ftil Phelps, ISgr, -' ;
cn TO POLICE
Fred Lockley, the "Joarnal man,'
who will bo the principal speak,
er at the Founder's day dinner
at the Salem T. M. C. A. to
(Continue! from pact X)
$23,000, Major Braden cited.
Tbe program, should it be car
ried on here, will have as a nu
cleus the developmental activity
now being 'carried on at the Les
lie junior high bowl and that al
ready done at dinger field. Sug
gestions were made yesterday that
Englewood school grounds and
Kay park, adjoining, be developed
further from the civic and school
recreational standpoint; and that
the northwest section of the town
h-ve a gathering center of this
kind, probably at Richmond school
The element of delinquency pre
vention among children also en
tered strongly into arguments for
planned. project of this nature.
The three-point program out
lined by Braden condensed, was:
First, expansion of municipal and
school recreational facilities using
relli? labor; second, development
of morale-conserving and delin
quency preventing recreational
program using qualified wbite
collar relief personnel: third.
making of special studies and re
searches looking to establishment
year after year of public recrea
tional service in. Salem coordinat
ing faculties and leadership of
Doth the- city and the board of
I IN POLICE
PfH IS ASKED
PORTLAND. Oct. 10. fAPl
ne groundwork for a change in
me tixea monthly payment of
$10,180.70 to the state police de
partment was understood to have
been laid by members of the state
game . commission at their meet
ing here today.
me members conferred with
Charles P. Pray, superintendent
i ponce, ana later it was
saia that Pray proved "more than
reasonable" when approached
in. . .....
win a. veroat . petition ior a re-
anctlon in the payment, and for
the arrangement or a new scale
which would permit the game de
partment to make the monthly
payment in accordance with the
revenues ror each paticular per
iod. - '
.The actual payment was fixed
by the- state legislature, but th
opinion was expressed here that
a change could be tnadn eUhur
through petition to the state leg
islature in the event it is calli.il
into special session, or by reach
ing an agreement with state police
Fist Fight Fatal
To Portland Man
PORTLAND. W fv in
(AP) Tom BelL SO Vnrtu
longshoreman, died in a hospital
here tonight from a fractured,
skull received, nolle m j
tist fight. Jack Ram io ...
being held In the' city jab or
the death. He was arrestee on an
assault and battery warrant
sworn out, the officers said, by
Tonite and Thursday
Are Dime Nites
Uy PW Jesses' CleiesJ
a X " 1 naapKu - a t .
Assessment Roll Complete
Readjustment in Land
Figures is Shown
(OoatlaMd from Pr I) fi. "
or an average of $11.14, as against
14,805 head in 1131 valued at
$323,215 or an average of 321.83
Sheep, and goats number 20,208
on the IS 3 J roll, with valuation
of 3 3 0.9 IS. compared to 27,330
head in 1932, valued at 52,t0
Swine shows a decrease also,
i with 2008 head thin year rained
at f 87 09, compared to 3597 bead
! last c rear assessed at $22,535,
There are nine dogs this year as
sessed at $179, while last year five
dogs were on the rolls at $250
Poultry adds $7895 to tbe roll this
year, while U3t year this item was
Are Not so Full
Merchandise assessments this
year total $1,268,535, against
436, B5a on the 1932 summary
Farming implements bring tbe roll
up $129,505 this year, while last
year they were assessed at $210,-
115. Other personal property as
sessment: engines and machinery,
$281,630 this yearr $1,198,135
last year. Logging roads and roll
ing. stock, $199,000 this year:
$399,850 last year. Hotel and of
fice furniture, $298,105 this year:
$345,930 last year. Improvement
on lands not deeded or patented
$10,510 this year, $36,280 last
H01EIS DESIRE TO
PORTLAND, Oct. 10. (AP)-
in a minority report submitted
yesterday John J. Beckman,
member of Governor Meier's spe
cial committee to study methods
of liquor control In the event o
eighteenth amendment repeal, ad
vanced tne opinion that restau
rants and hotel dining rooms
should be permitted to serve
Beckman expressed the belief
that this permission would do
much to stop what he described
as the practice of hotel room
drinking and to halt sseakeasr
Tbe committee in its final ma
jority report submitted recently,
suggested that restaurants and
hotels be permitted to sell Honors
containing up to 14 per cent al
conw Dy volume, but that they
snouia not be allowed to sell
liquors containing mere than that,
auca -nara" liquors nnder the
majority report recommendation.
would be sold only in state-owned
fou miss Mm
Welcoming Lena Bella Tartar
director of the national champion
American Legion auxiliary trio
and Quartet nd head of the high
luuaw aepartment, a. spe
cial ssaemoiy ior tne junior and
senior classes at the senior hfrt
school is being arranged for
Thursday at 12:60, the regular
A student committee composed
of Bob Brownell, student body
preeiaem; run Brownell. presl-
aent oi tne- senior class; Tom
Earle, junior class president and
the Crescendo music club of which
Delbert Anderson Is president is
wonting on the arrangements.
Besides music and the welcome
irom the upper classes, the Msm,
bly wiU feature a speech from Dr,
. .round, representing thm
Miss Tartar Is expected to r-
turn from Chicago todav. but n.
cause tne hour of her arrival was
unknown it was thought
schedule the assembly for tomor
ttr rictana Perf tct Soaaa
with Richard Cromwell
Book - Now
' - Expoaltton
Today Charlie Ruggies In
"Mamma Lores Papa."
Friday Zane Grey's "Man
- of the Forest.
: , - - CAPITOL
Saturday and Sunday
"Bedtime Story and Se-
cret of the Blue Room..
Today -- Richard Arlea
"All American -?
Friday ' Clyde Beatty
The Big Cage.'?
Today Janet. Gaynor In
'P a d d y, the Next Best
Today Richard Cromwell
in -That's My Boy.
Friday H. B. Warner in
The Mary Boland-Charlie Rug
gies comedy, "Mamma Loves
Papa, opens today at the Elsi
Charlie and Mary, who have
been featured together in three
previous pictures, are starred to
gether for the first time in this
film. The story tells of tbe misad
ventnres of a papa who's afraid
of his job and of a mama who
thinks he's the greatest man on
earth. And Just as sure as mama
is riding in the clouds, papa puts
his foot into trouble and loses his
Job.' A series 'of circumstances
combine to make bim bump into
success, and mama thinks he's
greater than ever.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 10.
(AP) A telegram Informing navy
yard officials that be had been
kidnaped In this city Friday night
and released in Chicago Monday
after being robbed was received
at tbe yard tonight from Harold
V. Westphal, missing airplane
The telegram said all of West-
phal's money had been taken and
asked officials of the navy yard
to wire Instructions.
Lieutenant Commander W. J.
Larson said he had ordered West
phal to report to the navy recruit
ing office in Chicago. Commander
Larson said he also had asked the
Great Lakes naval station to In
vestigate the case.
Westphal disappeared F r 1 d a v
nai aisappeared Friday
er leaving the United Ser-
's club, and a few hours
later his wife notified police
A note, purported to have been
written by him, and saying he had
been kidnaped, was picked no on
a road near Chicago yesterday.
commander Larson said he be
lieved Westphal had about $125
with him, and that he bad not re
ceived bis pay check when he dis
TO UTILIZE FUND
Virtually all of the 133.000 al.
lotted $o Oregon by federal gov-
eminent ior lopoerapnical man-
ping and surveys, will be used for
small stream surreys In the WI1-
amette valley, C. E. Stricklln.
secretary of the state reclamation
commission, announced Tuesday.
Stricklln said the surveys would
stress storage possibilities, muni
cipal water supplies and irriga
It was first announced that the
money would be used in connec
tion with power surveys but this
proposal was abandoned because
of the decision to construct the
btrlcklln declared that the
small stream surveys would pave
the way for reclaiming thousands
of acres of land now unprodnctlve
in the Willamette valley.
- Dorothy Jordon
of tbe Greatest
IMV1 WIS HE
Play i Runs More Smoothly
As Players Accustom
(Conttaoea from Ps 1)
East and West I
First: Mr. and Mrs. William
Second: Mrs. Roy Simmons and
Mrs. J. H. Callaghan.
Third: Mrs.' W. R. Newmyer and
Mrs. P. L. Newmyer.
Fourth: Mrs. Roy Byrd and
Mrs. Harry WIedmer.
Detailed scores will be avail
able today and hereafter for each
night's play at the desk of the
Marlon hotel. Reservations may
now be made for the next even
ing's play. New . entrants still
hare equally good chances with
other contestants since any six
scores made may be counted to
wards the grand prises.
Awards to last night's winners
and runnerurs will go out today,
being furnished by Miller's and
Door prizes last night were
won by t' following: Statesman
prize. Justice Harry Belt;, prize
by Oregon School of Beauty, Mrs.
Clayton Foreman; prize by Du
BoIb' Barber shop, Mrs. Oliver
Huston; prize by Warner Broth
ers Elsinore theatre, Mrs. Clayton
V. aernnara. jj.j
WASHINGTON, Oct 10 (AP)
Walter J. Cummings, chairman
of the board o ffederal deposit in
surance corporation, said tonight
that state banks "have shown re
markable speed in applying for
At the same time he appointed
47 national bank examiners as
supervising examiners to acsertain
if the banks are eligible to become
members of the corporation.
Federal reserve members banks
automatically become members
when the new deposit insurance
provision of the Glass-Steagall act
oeeomes eriectlve on January 1.
Deposits will be Insured in full on
accounts up to $2,500. '
An additional 799 examiners
have been selected to aid the su
pervisors investigate the banks. It
Is intended they shall be familiar
with conditions in the states to
wnicn they are assigned.
The appointments include A. J.
iook, baiem, Oregon.
fTl rcf nt R fJ Q
Friday, the 13th is the date se
lected for the first student body
dance at Salem high school. Mar
garet Hauser, vice-president of
the A. S. B. Is In general charge.
Hallowe'en will furnish the motif
for the affair to which all hold
ers of student body tickets wll be
admitted free of charge.
GETS TEACHING JOB
To fill a recently
Ing position in the homn
Ics department of the high school
mere, luaaa JTCtts loft yesterday
ior mamatn Falls. RAtri
Amunason accompanied her: Miss
Amunoson will return to her
nome in scotts Mills.
TODAY and TOMORROW
Wi GUARANTEE IT TO
BE THE SCREAM OF
Hits sorhfled "to
keep with the.
lw to get akood
Ater Winched -
.-" - In vT v
1 KNOW EVERYBODY
A vn pif Ii'dv onnvw
! with Bath Ettlu and
At YII. Tonight
; Members of the Salens T. M.
C. ATwili meet at the T. building
tonight at 9 : 1 5 for dinner ; and
I their annual business meeting.
main feature of which will be-the
election of eight directors. Fred
Lockley, - former member of the
Salem Y and now. prominent Port-,
land newspaperman, will deliver
the principal address of the eve
ning on the program arranged to
honor Sir George Williams, found
er of the association, and old-time
members of the. local T.
Orchestral and vocal music and
Speeches from representatives of
the organization's ? varloas activi
ties will also have a place on the
As time of arrival of the ex-
Cham plon Salem drum corps is
still indefinite, plans for a formal
greeting irom Legionnaires and
other citizens will be centered on
the dance which the reception
Committee last nlrht decided
would be held at Crystal Gardens
starting at 8:30 o'clock Friday
night, Chairman Carl Gabrlelson
announced. The dance will be pre
ceded by a parade of the corns
in the new uniforms, the Legion
auxiliary champion trio and quar
tet, and other Legionnaires start.
ing at 8 o'clock and eoursinr main
Gabrielson said last nirht that
the corps probably would arrive
at the Southern Pacific, atatinn
here at 8 : 05 a. m. Thnrsdav. alncn
me a rummers and buglers were
expected to take a day's layover
to view Los Angeles, preventing
meir arrival Here at 7:29 p. m.
Wednesdar. Allan G. Carson, ex-
commander of Capital post, yes
terday urged the corps to return
Wednesday night. In answer to a
telegram from Liberty, Kas.
To give the public an onnortnn-
uy to see the corps' white and
gold uniforms and hear the nnm-
oers, with which the anxUlarv
trio and quartet captured the na
tional cnamDionshlns at Canralii.
the reception committee stated it
nad set only a small admisalnn
charge for the dance. Profits will
go to relieve local businessmen as
far as possible of their payment
ior the new uniforms. .
Both Floors at Crystal Gardens
win be opened for the dance,
which will offer both modern and
Hendricks :" 111
Robert J. Hendricks, editor em
eritus of The Statesman and ml.
umnlst for this newspaper, has
been confined to his home with a
com Dined attack of Inflnenza and
poison oak for the nast two !
Although not feeling well he was
ai nis aesa in Tne statesman
bulldlnr Saturday. Mondar. in
spue ot his physician's objections.
he wrote "Bits for Breakfast" for
Tuesday morning's paper because
ox nis interest in comMetinn nf
the fund for fencinr the old T.e
mission site. Yesterday he was re-:
ported quite iu.
si 7 f-A:j
t 1 i
I I CORPS
IS m CRUSHES
,'. (Cantiaaai from pace 1)
their deaths on the Ill-fated -ship
were: -11. Smttt, Chicago, and a
man. tinm Art Schendorff. ori final
ly listed as Kendall, who board
ed the plane at Cleveland. .
Employes killed were: - H. R.
Parrant, Oak Park. J1L, pilot; A.
T. Ruby, Chicago, co-pilot, and
waiter Barns, of commons, o.,
the radio operator..
CHESTERTON, fed Oct, 10
(AP)- Seven persons were killed
fire miles southeast of here to
night when a giant United Air
Lines transport plana enronte
from New - York to ? Chicago,
crashed in flames on the James
Smiley farm. - ' ; ' '
Bodies of : the rictlms were
charred beyond recognition. -Witnesses
sail apparently the crash
was preceded by an explosion in
mid air. ' -
The crash occurred shortly af
ter 9 p.m., when the plane over
due, was battling winds Into Chi
cago.' Mlas Esther Stroup. school
teacher lying at the Smiley tana.
said the family at the farm
house beard the drone of the
plane overhead, then suddenly
the sound of an explosion. A
brilliant flash appeared In tbe
darkness and they saw the plane
Miss Stroup said: she and mem- (
but dont ignore
f&jif you want to ' vit
1 if' eep bowels regular and comfortable
K T make constipated spells rare as colds
1 avoid danger of bowel strain
A doctor will fjJI vnn that th rom.
less choice of laxatives is a common
cause of chronic constipation.
Any hospital offers evidence of
the harm done by harsh laxatives
that drain the system, weaken the
bowel mnaclea. and evwn afTrt th
liver and kidneys.
Fortunately, the public is fast
returning to laxatives in liquid form.
aav thmiftanri hn lim 1r3tnmrmA .
this sensible medical advice: 1.
O l -A 1 ? . .. A
oueci. a goou oquia uxauve. z.
Take the dose that yon find suited
the dose until bowels are moving
regularly without assistance. '
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has
the averaM iwnnn,i KmuoIs
regular as clockwork in a few
weeks time. Why not. try it? Some
pill or tablet may be more con
venient to carry. But there b no
"convenience" in any cathartic
that's taken so frequently, yon
must carry it wherever yon go I
What is the Rliht"
In buvinff anv laxalitrn rrntt U
label. Not the claim, knt ).
contents. If it contains one doubtful
arug. aoa t take iu Dr. Caldwell's
oyrup rcpsin is a prescnpUonal
with 17UTEB COIIKOLIY . IIAHVEY STEPHENS
UABCARET IIIIDSAY .. L1ARY UcCORUICi
CHILDREN 10c ANY TIME
bers of tbe Smiley family rushed
across fields to where the piano
crashed. The- wreckage was then
envelop :d In fire. ' .
The victims frantically tried to
escape from the ship, she said,
and those trapped milled about
inside and screamed in efforts to
get out. - . ..
C Coo tinned from paga 1) T
they were 1 beled as such; Eigh
teen other states filed similar re
turns. Van Winkle said, f )
The Oregon return (made It
plain that there was no serious
objection to a determination up
on the merits of the controversy
and that tbe Oregon officials bad
no desire to interpose! .needless
obstacles to such a result.
Van Winkle pointed out. how
ever, that there were- considera
tions of consequence which
wegihed heavily against grant
ing the petition and agslnst a
determination of. tbe issues on
tbe basis of ; the complaint. -
"The effect o. the bill of com
plaint would be to in7ado the
sovereignty of the state of Ore
gon and its internal affairs and
to restrain tbe court the en
forcement of state laws which
are criminal In effect, Van Win
kle's return read. ,'
The Question of Jurisdiction
also was raised by Van Winkle.
preparation in which there are no
mineral drags. By osing it, you
avoid danger of strain. You can
keep the bowels regular, and com
fortable. Yon can make those
constipated spells as rare as colds.
How many dimes and quarters
are spent on "popular laxatives!
How quickly they count up. as you
use more and more of these habit
forming helps! A bdltle of Dr.
Caldwcdl'a Svnm Pncin wnnM
save you money and bng you
Why Doctors give a
The habitual use of irritating
salts, or powerful drugs in
the highly concentrated form,
of pills, and tablets is risky.
The properly prepared
liquid laxative will bring a
perfect movement without
discomfort or injury. Yon
need not take a "double
dose a day or two later.
The public can always get
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
at any drugstore.
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- OADOY LOI UGT K!2
ONE BIG PICTURE
- ' Paul Whiteman and :
- Rhythm Boys
1 p.m-ll p.m.
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