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ICON i&TATESlIAN Saleru Oregca, Scaday Morals?, Jantary 7,1934
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Support is Urged
To show tlielr gratitude to the
Pennlt Refused The Contin-1 "Water ; Right. Asked T. J.
ental v Insurance company with I Hewes of Portland has Hied with
tvaailnnartAra In fit Tuita Yiaa I .. ' . . ..
Mm notiajd to te dour - u.i to .pJIUrtau VmSc Birthday Telegram Tells ol
-;S SeiVSK Appreciation for Jobs;
- nonncea saturaay. Averui as- creek, otr a swimming pool.
v ciarea ma inn .hmboti ui i p0ad and f domestic Irrigation,
of tne. company was-not saUsfac-iTha ami ran, t.i
a m A AA mftat a I . . . -
,t7v,i,'"'rtT l Baaer seeaa to appropriate' one i fn. -mwlovment they
nrotectton ttat is nos"! chipped In to pay lor a tele-
ill said. The 1933 report showed lTT'' vt- -f f gram-to President Franuar u.
holdera wUh 2,027,00 Insnr- Hardin and BJrnest E. Macrander, hare been employed on
ance In Oregon, s The company'g whom autol police bronght here gTonnda Job. The J16,",
UTBUUCUU U VlCVa OB5 CAia uiwueauva K - A 1
t0,000 with mortgage loans of nyside residents roiced suspicions for one hnndreo, ten graieiui
1124,000; t; i the pair bad entered the school men" was as follows: - '
4 4 - vt ? building there, were released yes- "One hundred ten heads of
Harry,. Merle and Harold .Gwynn terday and ordered to more on. families employed on C. W. A.
now located at 3 62 State St . state nollce said it was determined nroiects numbers four fifty-two.
i. , ' . M i I tbo men had only been sleeping on in Marlon County, Oregon, on the
School Clinics Slated All-day I the 8cnooi perch. state Fair Grounds, hare shared
cuntcs at wasningion scnooi won- . eonaiiT the exnense of this tele
day and Tuesday and at. Engle- Waated furniture. Phone 6110. ' expresVto you our deep
wood school Wednesday are sched- . ! . . , lt ni ' atniAra thanks
- uled byjtho Marion county health: - Speeding Charpd City po- JW"0 SHaSi
denartment this week. -Thursdays ilce yesterday lodged a charge of for creaUng this constrncUTe pro-
ae.S -w-;" I" zZJ. a. sex- lect. which Is doing much to re-
v.Ai.v a . i,n.M nrA ntheadauarters. Sexton was I necessary comforts for our dear
"-Jr I .TFBfr and Market ones in our homes. Our earnings
tions Will bo siren tabereular sua- streets after Speeding along North made possible a happy and boun-
f i tat tnheriMilrwtla Tina. I UOmmern&l. BXCOralnK 10 iu w umi uuristmaa auu. na
pltaL Friday morning a clinic will 1 ticer's report;. tered this New Year with new
i nrina rm mini aiaumuo.
BoildlBK Slow The first week w. Bftn .nA riehtfnllr eznect
of 1934 brought scant actlrlty in onr congressmen from Ore-
general building operations, ac- gon will ioyauy support your pro-
coraing to permn ngures t m mms as you place them before
I.aat wV hiit fern r nnrmita were
"Dean Clark 111 C. C. Clark, ,afinwl Cnnstrnrtlon. all renairs
tamiiuny Known to wiiumens d -iterations. enUiled amount
ed to but $260.
be held at Grant school and Sat
urday morning the usual immun
isation clinic at the health center.
Don't forget that famous dinner
again at the Argo, 50c.
unirersity students and alumni
as "Dean" Clark, superintendent
congress. The trials or vie past
few years hare proren our coun
try to be the land of the brare.
This bravery backing up your
wonderful courage, keen Intel
Ifa 1 V i.tKAniHAMalit an1
of grounds' and building, at the Commerce luncheon -- Leslie "J" J 13 .onntrr
university, was reported yester- m. Scott, chairman or tne " i .....T,
day to be quite seriously 111 at highway commission, will speak g P"W ewer to you
nrt "Do, PrnWoma In Knurl '-"""'"i "
Building" at the luncheon of the
chamber of ; commerce Monday
noon. The 1934 board of direct
ors will also be introduced.
his home. 753 Marion street
Keppinger in - Salem John
Keppinger, former Salem resi
dent who now makes his home in
Indian Valley, Idaho, was In Sa
lem the latter part of the week
to attend the funeral of his bro
ther, Michael Keppingsr.
Draughtsmen 'Wanted Several
additional skilled architectural
draughtsmen are needed to assist
in drawing plans for the proposed
remodeling of the Marlon county
courthouse through CWA aid, ac
cording to Manager E. T. Barnes
of ; the national re-empployment
agency. Mrl Barnes yesterday ad
vised applicants to register at once
at the employment office, 250
Court street. Registrants must, he
-.said, qualify ias to training, skill
and experience before being
Permanent "Waves ?l and-up.
Finger Wavtj. 35c and up. Model
Beauty Parlor, Tel. 7870.
Amltv Ranic Unrestricted The authorised tO go on a full 100
Rtat Bank of Amitv in going I per cent basis, A. A. Schramm,
In an unrestricted basis this state superintendent of banks, an
month, - did so through raising inounced.
327.000 additional capital funds,
it was - announced yesterday at
Correction Britton Ross, In
stead of Mr. Roth, will begin a
series of sermons on "Unusual
Signs of Unusual Times," Febru
ary 4 at the First Baptist church.
Single Mishap Listed A single
automobile accident was listed at
police headquarters yesterday. Ac
cording to the report, it involved
T. A. Lindstrom, 2605 Cherry
avenue, and a motorist named
Hester, 1910 North Fifth. Neither
Harry, Merle and Harold Gwynn
now located at 362 State St
Bank Unrestricted The Es
tacada State bank which has been
operating under rertrictlons since
I the bank holiday was declared by
President Roosevelt, Friday was
nary 30, for many years find you
commemorating a healthy and
happy birthday anniversary.'
January Marlon conn-
tf ctmventloa of Farmers'
TTalom xneets a Ms. Angel.
.fannary -Joint meet
lnjb Marion .ad Polk coun
ty nnt growers, chamber of
January 8 Monthly meet
ing Salem Garden club at
chamber of commerce, 8 p.
January tw Annual Cher
rUn dinner; Marlon hotel.
January It Willamette
a. Oregon Normal, baskct
balL. ; .
January 15 Salem school
'district election on $25,000
January 16 Salem vs.
Albany high, basketbalt
' January 19 Eugene
Gleemen. Boy Scouts Bene
fit, Salem armory.
January 80 Roosevelt
birthday ball, armory.
February 18 Reserve Of
ficers' association of Marion
and Polk counties, formal
military . ball honoring Ma
jor - General .George A.
White. : .- ,
HAWLEV TO SPU.K
OF PIER FAITH
Injured by Falls
the s statebouee. CapiUl of the
tank was Increased from SI 1,0 00
to 125,000 and the residue used
to set np a reserve for questioned
assets- The bank has been re
stricted since! the March, 1933,
Sublimity Gets Project A new
etvil works project consisting of
improving school properties will
start at Sublimity this week, ac
cording; to CWA Administrator
Glenn C. Nlles. No new men will
be employed, however, since the
present CWA crew there has com
pleted the general city project
and will simply be transferred to
the new one. ,- jr
Johnny Robinkon coming to Mel
low Moon, Wed. night, Jan. 10.
Adm 25c. .New features. t
Seek' license Application for
a marriage license was filed at
the-county clerk's" office Satur
day by Albert I Rowland, 19,
2996 Turner road,' a truck driver,
and Elsie Lc Wilson, 19, Eugene,
lloynihan to Speak Clifford
Morniban, Salem attorney, will go
to Chemawa tonight at the invi
tation of Superintendent Ryan
and will deliver a short talk on
the work and experiences of the
Salem drum corps. He will appear
on a program starting at 8 p. m.
I.usk Assigned Circuit Judge
i Lusk of Multnomah county has
t been assigned to McMinnville to
preside at a trial in which Judge
Walker is disqualified, the state
supreme court announced Satur
day. The case has been set for
W. C. Winslow, Roy Harland and
S. M. iJndicott have moved their
offices from the Guardian Build-
in v tn A(ill MnonnV Tliiilritna-
Rayboin Fined 10 E. A.
Rayboin, 1944 Liberty street,
whom city police arrested Friday
for being intoxicated, yesterday
paid a 10 penalty, according to
municipal court records
Oldenburg Pays f 1 Pleading
guilty in municipal court yester
Wi E. fcarnsberger, route1 8, Sa
lem, a ?4 pound boy, born Sat
urday. January 6, at the, Bunga-j
low. Maternity hospital. : j
Bartruf f To Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Bartruff, route four, a boy; Low
ell Milton, born January 2 at the
residence. . . i
x.; Complete "! y .
$1 00 ;
Castle Permanent Wavers Co.
307 Est Natl Bank Bldg., 8663
a housewife. Edwin Lee Crawford, day to a charge of failing to give
Salem, an attorney, iuea appn- i right of way, Louis R. Oldenberg,
cation for a license to wea n.ve- route eight, paid a 3 1 penalty
, lyn Louise uguvie, roninu, court records show.
nousewue. - ins uaie ei w u-
nary. 13. i "..,:-J- .. -
Abe Geta Ticket K. Abe, route
nine, was arrested yesterday on a
charge of failing to stop his auto
, mobile before entering a through
traffic street, , according to city
police records.; Max D. Morrow,
route seven, was arrestea . on a
charge of speeding, another entry
shows. . ', , - I"
Chorus to Meet The Oratorio
3 aehorus is to meet Monday night
at 1:30 o'clock at the Court
Street Christian church. The pur
pose of the meeting Is ? to lay,
t plans for future productions.
Former Congressman W. C,
Hawley, who for the better part
of a generation served Oregon in
the legislative halls at Washing
ton and was a leading figure In
the councils of the nation, will be
the speaker at the regular meet-
in r hour Sunday night in tne
First Methodist church of Salem.
his subject being "The Faith of
Such an address will be an ap
propriate one with which lo be
gin 1934 at that hour, in the
church established by Jason Lee,
the centenary celebration of
whose coming to the Oregon
country will be celebrated this
year, elaborate preparations go
ing forward now, and the active
beginnings of which will be her
aided Monday, April 16, as the
covered wagon being fitted out
to cross the plains Is speeded for-
ing and paring the Pacific high
way from the aorta end at the
Molalla river bridge through the
town of Canby for a distance of
one mile to the Northwest Roads
company of Portland on a bid of
This contract will complete the
tilt llnV in Uk.nnmm fn wtd
frharlAB M. ThOmaS." State tll-l anlnr anil atralrhtanln tn tha
ity commissioner, Saturday denied highway between Salem and Ore-
emphaticauy mat ne naa uuenu-1 r 0tt city which was started two
d to ahow any preference to of-1 Mara ago. 1
ticlal of the rortiana f uenerai i The new road will eliminate
Electric company la his recent or-1 two earTes between the Mo-
der deferring action on tne sa- iun bridge and Canby,
arles of these officials umu s
hearlnr had been held.
The charge had been made that
Thomas had arbitrarily reduced
the salaries of officials of the
Pacific Telephone ft Telegraph
company, the Northwestern Elec
tric company group - send outer
utilities but had granted a hear
ing to the officials of the Port
land General Electric company oe-
fore taking any action.
Thomas declared . that a num
ber of elements entered into the i
salary adjustments of officials of
the Portland General Electric
company which were not Involved
in the budget of the Pacific Tele
phone ft Telegraph company. He
said that his preliminary investi
gations showed that the officials
of the Portland General Electric
company were receiving smaller
salaries than those of the tele
phone company, that there were
fewer employes, and that the fi
nancial affairs of. the concern ap
parently were being conducted on j
a sound financial basis. He also
declared that the Portland Gen
eral Electrie company had no
holding company charges such as
those contained in the budgets of
the telephone company and the
Northwestern electric group.
Telephone Rate :
V . Hearing on the rates, charges
and practices of the Pacific Tele
phone ft Telegraph company 'will
open in Portland Tuesday, Char
lee M. Thomas, state utility com
missioner, announced Saturday.
He - said it probably would re
quire two weeks to complete the
first half of the probe. :
. This Investigation has been la
progress zor more than a - year
and a large amount ot engineer
ing data has been assembled by
U utility department. Thomas
said the salaries of officials ot ,
this company would enter promi
nently into the hearing. . t
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TRAFFIC EXAM SET
SlLVERTON. Jan. I TrafTU
examinations are slated for " Sll
vertoa Monday from I a. tn. to- g
p. ' m. t with Martin Redding la
GERVAIS Jan. . Mrs.
Anton Daniels. Sr., is quite 111
following a fall at Christmas
time. Mrs. Peter Prantl fell re- ward from Boston, with the gov-
centiy ana cracsea one oi ner ernor D Massachusetts and the
mayor of that city and other dig
nltaries heralding the start the
terminus ot the long journey to
be. Salem, and the place ot its
A daughter was born Thurs
day morning to Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. Cutsforth of Siletx. This is
the fifth child and first girt Mrs. enainK perhaps in front of that
uuisiorin ana oauy are at tne i pnnr(.h
No one is better qualified to
speak on the occasion than Mr.
Hawley, deep student and able
Ross Cu.d-'orth home west of
The basketball seteon will open
for the Gervais team in a game teacher of history, and former
with Turner Friday night, Janu
Charles vogt Is under obser
vation in Good Samaritan hos
pital in Portland. Two weeks ago
it was reported that he war suf
fering frqiu a lame foot. Word
has not been received at this
time as to his exact condition.
president of Willamette univer
sity, the pioneer institution of
higher learning of the western
half of the United States, also
conceived and established by Ja
Rossman to Speak,
license Sale Low The state
motor vehicle department had is
sued 160,264 sets of 1934 auto
mobile license plates np to Fri- I Judge George Rossman of the
day night as against 174,503 sets state supreme court will speak on
of plates during the correspond
ing period in June, a loss ot 14.-
239 sets of plates when com
pared with those in June.
"Recent Reforms in Court Pro
cedure," at a meeting of the
Jason Lee Men's Brotherhood to
be held Tuesday night at the
church. The meeting will start at
6:30 o clock with a covered dish
supper. Singing will be led by Dr,
H. C. Epley. All men of the com
munity are invited to attend.
Maddy Loses License Fifteen-
day suspension of his driving li
cense was the penalty meted out
to Floyd L. Maddy, route three.
when he pleaded guilty la muni-
ciyai cum i yettierua,; iu minus ar .
recklessly. Judge Mark Poulsen BOgW Released tO
Salem beer made from pure malt.
Oregon hops and fully aged. Ask
for It Tr It
SHI r'ld i
A?vi:r i j eti U I
IT' SINCE THE
W LLAMETTE HELPS
Willamette university faeulty
members are finding an innova
tlon in university administration
this year most helpful. The new
plan is a "faculty forum" which
supplants old-style faculty meet
The purpose of the forum Is a
study of educational problems
pertaining to the entire faculty:
the general topic for the first
portion of the 1933-1934 school
year has been the adjustment ot
work to student ability.
The forum meets monthly and
discusses preassigned topics for
which a study outline has been
prepared. In October the faculty
discussed "The Freshmen Seen
Through Grades and Test Scores."
In November the subject under
discussion was "How Should Up
per Division Procedure Differ
from That ot the Lower Divi
Last month the faculty discuss
ed "Non-Academic Factors in a
College Education." -
Dean Frank M. Erickson pre
sides at the meetings.
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The state highway department
announced Saturday that It had
awarded the contract for relocat-
Clarence Gllmore Bogie, who
arrived at the Oregon state hos-
Mrs. White IU Mrs. Nona pital Friday from Multnomah
White, county welfare worker, county, was surrendered Saturday
has been 111 for several days at to Sheriff I. B. Home of St
her home and unable to be at the Maries, Idaho,- where he Is want-
courthouse, ed for a series of crimes. Bogie
nrevionslv served two terms In the
uage Biegmua m juage Oreeon state nenitentiarv and
jonn siegmnna was confined to l w. twice an inmate of the state
his home this week by an attack hosnital.
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THE FOLLOWING PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
! WITHOUT NOTICE
NONE SOLD TO DEALERS
Cracked or Ground Corn Progressive Egg Mash
n.... $1.00 ib?.. $1.70
lir!L $1.15 Progressive Scratch!
Wheat Valley Run ,1, $1 5(V
loo v (gi k PA,U' ;
lbs. -. PXXtJ - Screenings and Molasses : I
8MbT 60c ; JbL .... .60c
Ms. ..40C ' Egg Maker-
TSp 1 ;g .$2e00
We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT
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No Charge for Consultation
Night and Day Calls
Osteopathia Physician and
Office: 35 S North Capitol St
Telephone 5030, Salem, Oregon
& Herb Co.
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Eight years' practice in China.
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tarrh, constipation, glands
rheumatism, tumor, asthma,
headache, liver, male , and-female
troubles 11 years of
122 N, Commercial St., Salem
Office Hours 0 to 6 P. M.
Sundays 9 to 11 A. M.
Ferry and Winter
Now Open Under
The building has been reno
rated and painted throughout
rhe surgery modernized and
equipped for operation.
Wltbvet Opart Has a Com sf Tase :-
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5 Draught Beer
Saturday open, 11 sum. to S a-m.
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and women. IS years fat business.
Licensed N. D.. physicians. . i ;-
DR. CHAN LAM
Chinese afedkine CoU 180 N Com
merrial St. Salem. Office boure :S0
A. It to 0 P. M Tuesday and SaU
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"Dr. Goldie H. Cban, N. D.
Your physician's prescrip
tion must be filled accur
ately, with the utmost care,
for your health's sake. One
mistake may prove serious.
When you bring a prescrip
tion here, you know that
every precaution is taken
to guard against costly er
ror. Our service is prompt,
our work efficient, and our
Drug Store .;'.
1SS N. Oommerclal Dial SltT
The Orlfftnal Tellow Front
Oaadj Spatial Stor. ol
We are bound to talk
about our motor trans
fer equipment because
we are p r o u d of it.
And because you can
. make such good use of
Card Tables and
Chairs to Rent
GaR eaio. Used furniture
151 North Blch
of Portland, Oregon
aa of December 30, 1933 '
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks. $15,949,447.60 '1
United States Bonds 31,753,274.75 $47,702,7225 ;
Municipal and Other Bonds. ...,.,,,,.ir.-,
Loans and Discounts ..., . . . . ,
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank............
Subscription Federal Deposit Insurance Corp,
Bank Premises ..................
Other Real Estate , . ... . , ..-.a,
Safe Deposit Vaults. ......
Customers' Liability on Acceptances..
Interest Earned . . . ... .
Surplus , . 2,000,000.00 ' ;
Undivided Profits and Reserves. 1,066,9949 $ 7,066,994.29
Circulation , 4,000,000.00.
Acceptances. ...... J J........ia 179,296.83
Deposits ... . ... . . . . ...... . 75,2104439
- 'Salem, Oregon ' ;
. - Head Office, Portland, Oregon ;
the terns ml the Federal Deposit Insnramee Plan.
St DIRECT BRANCH OP THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK OP PORTLAND