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PAGE TWO :t The OREGON STATESMAN, Saleia. Oregon, Tuesday Morning, January 2, 1934 . J ' , ; . J .
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Numerous Amendments are
Made to Regulation of.
- "Highway Transport
Minnie Had an Ice Trip
- The lmoortant chances in the
1933 bee and truck law as amend
ed at thl recent special legisla
tive session in which It was one
of the raoet controversial meas
ures, hare been outlined in aa an-
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aiysis . prepare j neru k
er, state auperintendent of trans
portation. ' . . ' . -J
Section two, containing princi
pally definitions of terms, eon
tains only no change, the term
"special carrier" being extended
so that it may include person
engaged ia the hauling of cord
wood in long or abort lengths,
haulers- ot sawdust and hog fuel,
sand and gravel trucks used e
cloatrelr ia highway rebuilding
construction. Previously the spe
cial carrier class mean any per
son: engaged in the transportation
ot logr, piling, - poles or rough
lumber. - ;:-.'
Principal changes in 1 section
three ot the act had to do- with
exemptions, including clarifica
tion . eC exemption relating . to
tana trucks. This provision as
revised, now exempts motor ve
hlcles when used exclusively k by
the owner thereof in transporting
from point ot original production,
feeding ground jor dairy barn or
ranch, tarm, orchard of wood
tract ot such, owner in this state,
the products and livestock ot such
ranches, farms, . orchards and
wood tracts to place of sale, ship
ping point, packing plant or feed
ing grounds, or to place of stor
age or holding of such commodity
or livestock. '
.To -"Neighborly;, Aid"
- Another exemption Involves the
- intreouent transportation on one
and one-half ton trucks or 1 those
of less capacity and for nominal
consideration, by one farmer , or
orchardist for another farmer or
- orchardist In his immediate
neighborhood of products ot the
farm, orchard or dairy to market
and the infrequent transportation
on said trucks for nominal con
sideration from market to farm
or orchard of foodstnffa or other
commodities' consumed on said
farm or orchard.
- Also, the infrequent transpor
tation of livestock for nominal
consideration by one farmer for
another farmer, provided such
.'trucks are- operated within their
legal load' limits. ';
This section now extends ex
emption to vehicles known as ar
mored ears used for the safe con
veyance of money or other vala
' ables, and also hearses and am
bulances. - A further : amendment of .this
aection relieves the utility eom-
, mission from approving as safe
for operation creamery tracks and
tow cars. . -.--'
' In section six the provision
concerning the filing ot tariff of
rates on the part of anywhere-for-hire
freight carriers was changed
so as to include, in addition to
filing a tariff naming rate per
mile, for the haul plus a rate per
hour for loadlnr and unloading.
' a rate' per 100 pounds for the
movement ot commodity, -? such
rate to bear a reasonable relation
to the rates on file by fixed ter
mini carriers for the same com
modity between the same points.
Copy la 8offleient
Section ' seven; originally re-
Quired ' contract carriers to file
copies of their contracts before
the-eama could become effective.
It bow provides that the deposit
of a copy of contract in the post
offlcg, : addressed to the' commls-
sion, with postage, paid, shall be
deemed -a filing, and thereupon
- the carrier may immediately pro
ceed under suck" contract unless
the same ia suspended by the cora
f mission. The filing of contractu
; without - additional cost to . the
contract carrier. -'-
The jurisdiction of the j com
mission over the rates, fares and
' charges named in such contracts
. a. . m : a .
nai not een cnangea except mat
- the commission shall have no aa
thorlty to fix rates on agricultur
al. horticulturaL - soultrv. dairv.
livestock, timber; or livestock
-products In the transportation
from point ot origin to or from
; the packing or proce&slsg plants
or to the nearest market r ship
; ping, point wheat not transported
.In competition wltl. common car
riers andor railroad.
Section eight, . regarding rales
- and regulations, requires the com
; mission to mail to each county tn
. m- 4-Hxt j-.m -
-. commission's rules and regula-
, tions. such rules and regulations
to be made a matter of record ia
each county. This change also re-
ot the act to forward a certified
' copy of any conviction ot any per-
son for violation to the office of
. : the commission. . -.
. An amendment to section ten
x reduces the annual filing tee per
vehicle from. $5.09 to 12.60.
Sefction 11 was revised so as to
i relieve-the. commission from hold-
lng hearings en each and every
application for permit where the
' sroeoaed operation are' not com.
petiUte with, existing carriers and
. in cases where there is no prates'
against the granting of permit.
Section is sow provides ' that
' any applicant for a permit as
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there's fishing and -fishing, and this is the kind that hardly anyone'
weald leave a nice, warm office for. The ice-sheeted craft la the Minnie V.'
first of the Nantucket fishing fleet to reach New York since Eng Winter,
threw his refrigerating plant into high gear. , The entire crew were
assigned to tce-cnopping bexore cargo coma oe anioaaea, f
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Last Collegiate Grid Game Is
contract carrier at the time of til
ing: ; application - shall : declare
whether or not the proposed op
erations will be protected with
cargo insurance. If such declara
tion indicates that cargo . insur
ance will be carried the commis
sion must provide the operator
with an appropriate plate or de
sign bearing the words "cargo
insured'; and if the applicant
does not intend to carry cargo in
surance, and so declares, an ap
propriate plate bearing the words
"caro uninsured" must be fur
nished by the commission. -
; Section 13, concerning the Is
suance ot permits to special car
riers, required the commission to
call upon the state highway com
mission if the proposed movement
of logs, etc. was to be over state
highways and upon county courts
it the transportation ot logs was
intended over county Toads, for
suggestions or recommendations
to promote thf proper, protection
and preservation of such roads.
In addition, the commission is
now required to call upon the au
thorities ot cities or towns for
like suggestions or recommenda
Under section 17 -the contract
carrier alone had the privilege of
paying. In lieu of the one mill
per ton mile taxjfof the use ot the
public highways, an amount equal
to six per cent of the gross re
ceipts from his operations. This
privilege also is afforded the com
mon carriers.; - .
This section was further amend
ed to permit contract carriers and
private carriers, in lien ot the re
spective mileage tax of one mill
and three-quarters ot a mill per
ton mile, to pay on a vehicle with
a combined weight or eooo
pounds or less a fee computed at
the rate of 45. cents per 100
pounds of the combined weight
of such vehicle, and with respect
to any vehicle, the combined
weight of such vehicle, and with
respect to any vehicle, the com
bined ' weight : of which exceeds
600 pounds but does not. exceed
10,000 pounds, a fee computed at
the rate ot 70 cents per 100
pounds of the combined weight
of such vehicle which fees may
be- paid quarterly. .. - ,
tn I addition, this section was
amended so as to exclude from
ita provisions the motor . vehicles
of private carriers, the combined
weight of each of which vehicle
and load does not exceed, 4000
The provision formerly In this
section requiring every eommon
carrier, private carrier and con
tract carrier to" deposit with the
commission at the time of Issu
ance of permit St per ton com
bined weight for. each motor ve
hicle to be operated, minimum de
posit. $30 has been, entirely elim
inated.. ; - v
Section . 22 previously, required
the tiling on the part of common
carrier, operating between fixed
termini . ft surety. (C O. n.) .bond
of 1 25 00.. This ha been amended
so a to require the tiling: of ft
suitable surety bond; In a suns to
be fixed by the commission not to
exceed I2M0;, ..; V
The prevision with respect to
cargo burn ranee for common car
riers la retained but the filing of
good rafut bond in ft sum ot not
more than f 1000, previously re
quired of common, contract and
private carriers, has been entirely
Section 32. relating to penal
ties, was amended by reducing the
maximum fine from 12.000 to
$1,000, with a mlnimuni fine of
10, and was otherwise revised to
give eircult courts, district court
tad Justices of the peace concur
rent Jurisdiction. '.
f Continued from pas 1)
yard -line marking . the Indians:
farthest ' advance. " ,
Outweighed 17 pounds and id
to be lacking la reserves, tne
lads from: Mornlngslde Heights
were held at 2tt ,to 1 in the
little wagering before the game.
Odds, of to 5. could he had
mat Hianrora wouia wm oy
points.:; j -- . : 1 , V
, The only trouble from -tho
standpoint ot thewestetn repre
seatative was that the visit ois
did ; noV know they had no
chance, i.. As . for., the "reservas.
Coach oa ; jUttle did' not need
them, playing the gruelling game
on wet grounds and partly In the
rain' with 16 men. .
f. The deception ; of the winners
scored- their wlaxlng touchdown
for ;j them and their ability as
ball hawks saved It tor them.
Columbia recovered five Stanford
fumbles E and proved better han
dlers of' a wet hall than the Ios-
ears.: j ..-
The game was played on a
wett hut fainy substantial ' grid-
Iron. ThreV days rain had made
it doubtful 1 yesterday that ' the
lie-ld Could be placed In shape for
rallied round with their hose and
pumped; it tree of water before
game time. The Lions were sur
prised fat the firm footing and
at half time discarded their mud
cleats and returned to regular
There was some -Ifnntnr amd
WUlamette univeraity law school -.1 adjusted their momen
ta the spring of 1M2. He imme- tunTto the footing with fine re-
aiaieiy oegan ine practice oi law j nima cllf Montgomery and Bob-
T1 i f. . 'r . by Grayson were the running
tory over the Hawaii Deans here
today; -The Deans, shone -briefly
with ft - dazzling passing ' game,
bet It was later ground out be
neath the eharge of the plunging,
leaping Broncos.' - - ,
' Taking the offensive with
the opening kickotf, the Ha
wallani played the heavier Santa
Clara, eleven ott .its ' feet during
the, first .quarter, met it on even
terms In. the' second period, bat
weakened, la , the third quarter.
They almost collapsed In the final
moments of the game. The Santa
Clarans had a weight 'advantage
of 15 pounds to the man.. -
ULLER TO RECOVER
FROM CBASH INJURY
First National- bank. He is not
married. - i ;
Last year Fuller served as sec
retary ot the Marion County Bar
stars for the two teams and time
after time the two fleet backs
broke into the.open tor substan
tial galas. Especially was Gray-
assodationv Forjsnumber of years Bon hard to stop and on both re
he has resided with Mr. and Mrs. kyer$ei an4 fake reTer8es gtla.
w. narwna, iom ana nier deep? Into Columhiaterritory.
streets. I rv-,--. ti i-rrTi rv,
Floyd Baughman with whom imvi untk .nnnui .ft au
Fuller was travelling was former- tA win 1Ti- i.n trtd
ly a resident ot Klamath Falls. - -1 tt.rAnrh tn,
xa wua . iu the goal, vrhere the pay-off elud-
uuu. l Tslm all -
mr. jTuuer s iatner is manager Th tn iw-chM tjmi.
oi mo -rier -.umoer com- 0f Columbia, and Tiny ThornhiU
pany ai oprague tuver, souinern 0f Stanford, had only compll-
it t Conttaned from past 1)
whose ages range from 9 to IS
menta for each other after the
'A great team, Columbia," said
Thornhill. "We have no alibi. We
knew it! was a really great team
and would put up a great show,
.That's Why we invited it to play
for the east. No sir, there is no
i alibi from Stanford."
"Stanford is the best team we
played all year," said Little. "It
was a. Clean game, and ft crest
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refugees in the event ft complete
evacuation - ot the area must he
effected. Thel Verdugo: highway,
ft road winding through the foot
hills,' war the only connecting
link with the stricken district and
The "day total" of precipita
tion tn Los Angeles was. 4.52. in
ches. The total tor the storm,
weather bureau records showed
was 8.21 inches. For the season
the total was Il.tS Inches. Nor
mal is 4.81 Inches. Weather bu
reau officials said the storm es
tablished aa all time record. .
Furious waters in high. walls and
freshets, converged from the Hall
and Beckley canyons, : carrying
mud, - debris and boulders onto
Montrpse homes. Ia 'spme cases
the walls of water . that rushed
down the dry canyons were de
scribed as being 25 feet high.
Thirty-tire hundred persons, au-
tnonuea saia, were driven from
1200 homes which were aban
The coastal region did -not
escape the fury of the storm. In
the Long Beach district,, the San
Gabriel river overflowed its batiks,
flooding the ' community of Los
Alamitos. Lifeguards, policemen,
citizen volunteers were pressed
into service. They, manned life
boats sent Into the flood swept
sone. An area of three square
miles was under water.
In Long Beach, one bridge was
closed because ot peril. On Ana
helm boulevard a bridge at aa en
trance to the city caved in.
In Los Angeles, Echo park lake
backed up to the very doorsteps
of Aimee Semple Mcpherson's An
gles temple. More than a score
ot automobiles and trucks were
damaged whenan 11-foot wall of
water crashed into the county
road department's warehouse aear
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years, has practiced together one 7" T --V Ta TB
hour a week for 12 or 11 weeks. .itn?LVn.?5wordi t0 de"
did they present ft fin-17 , , 4 UTrr our ucceM
tSSEi seiel &?lnian 0Ter "UCh a reat out-
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( i iTV J Canter
tfTh EiJ Froa Spain'
tinn- tint t laaaf h- - ),- I
were in. manuscript form, hot LE B
hit f, .mf.(i...l CUOVMl.,,,LE M08CriP
jacxei. i . .. ...LT. . . . Reynolds
BagPipers, whose previous P- wud V. C UntZ
pearances at the T. have served rmW J?5
' .. vr ...... wruua
wicnavicn RT. . . . CaUaway
Matal.. JtE....... Smith
Montgomery. . ..Q. . . . Alastlza
Barabas JLH Maent.
Brominski ... , ,.RH. , . , Hamilton
NJ1-. P...... Grayson
score ey periods:
joiumoia ....... e 7 A o v
Stanford ..0 0 0 a a
Colombia scorinr: TAnenitn-rn
Barabas. Goal from
ipiace kick) 'WUder.
to make them general favorites
there, and by Phil Barrett's "Pep
Injury to Neuner Cause of
Request; Bowerman Also
Is Unable to Appear ;
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fContInod tram casa t
Mr. and Mrs. Neuner and three
children were in the car when the
accideat occurred near Bedding-,
Cel., late Saturday. They had been'
driving through ft heavy rainstorm
and In places the highway was tin
As the car approached ft sharp
turn. It skidded, struck ft tele
phone pole and plunged down an
embankment, 10 feet .high. The
car rolled over twice. N5 one was
Injured beyond severe shock and
minor bruises. The family and Mr.
and Mrs. Neuner. . continued to
Portland by train. ;- "
Mr.' Neuner had been In south
ern California since before Christ
Hot Shot Quint
; Holiday Champs
T. Hot Shots' won a 30 to 20
victory over the Yankees to take
the " high school holiday league
championships yesterday as one
ot the features of the annual T.
m. CA. open house program.
Quesseth S F , , 7 Wln&low
Cater e ., F. 9 Albrlch
Popkaff S C Willig
Keddats 7 G 1 Etsel
MiUerl 1 .-' i O 3 BerdoU
The Call "
Board . . .
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! Todsv The Four Marx'Bro-
Fridayan Harlow in
Today and all i week-wm
Rogers aBU'-w. 4-
Todav Double bHU. James
vJli-v in "Picture Snat-
char" ana mm is - '
--n with Ranm
nett in "Bed of Roses";
? Friday Warner j Oland in
"rrhirlle unaus ureaicsi
e ' . CAPITOL
Today Alice Brady in
- "Stage Mother".
Thursday "Elysla", the val-
ley of .he nude. I,
e STATE '
TodayEddie Cantor la "The
Kid lrom Spain".
i iri Pa ran Ttdv. S
- . iuiu xn - -
TMdiT Double bill, first
runs, "Matto-erosso , ana -Jack
Perrin in "Girl Trou-
Dill , iau . " w.- . ,
Higher Education Group to
i Consider Reports When
r. It Meets Jan. 15 '"'i.
(Coatlamad from pt 1) j
sion of these suggestions or to in
terpret them as findings or a re
port. No. detailed report has been
made by the committee and when
or if one is made, it will be han
dled; by the AJLTJ.F. committee
in its own way.
"It is significant that these in-
fprnjal suggestions of the com
mitteemen I were accepted by all
concerned as fair and. construc
tive, and I that controversy has
been suspended to give the board
time to pass upon them.' The out
look Is decidedly encouraging, if
there la scrupulous observance of
ROMANCE . .
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J 1 11 ? FrLSatJcan llarlorJUeTr BombshcIP Jj
In other words, your ten fin
gers ere as fast as your two
eyes. Vision is vitally impor
tant. Yon probably need
glasses, it your speed Is be
ing lowered, or your . head
i:- i with
Franchot Tone, Usareem 0Snl-
livan, Alice Brady. PMUlps
- Hotosee, Ted Healy
EIxsia,, Starts Thur..
' (Contlnuad from pegs 1)
released on his own recognizance.
He la charred with reckless driv
ing 1 which brought on an acci
dent McCaftery, according to po
lice reports, was going north, on
Capitol street when he er-ulded
with, an auto driven by O. O.
Forgard. The letter's euto ran uwut eX Li rKT .ltn
into a parked car belonging to !"' k.e ?n-ye
H. I Kroeplln. 1189 Jefferson TmZm rarrT If . ,V l0Zl
street. McCaffery's auto is said to L!mt 18 to T Tlc"
have gone S00 feet after the
crash. . ...
Hawaii U. Team
To Santa Clara
HONOLULU, Jan. 1 ( With
TULE FIGHT OKKHKD
NEW YORK. Jan. 1
ison Saoara Garden anthoritiae
tonight announced -'final approval I Dont let theht get a strangle
of a heavvwelcht : title bout ail nouu Tight germe onlcklv. rrm.
Miami February 11 between Fri-1 mD1BIoa eombmea 7 major helps
mo camera and Tommy ixugh-1 ono.? mwernu oat harmless.
ran had been received from Louis i-esa so tare, wo narcotics.
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if roar coaxh or cold I not re-
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