The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 24, 1934, Page 3, Image 3

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    -The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Wednesday Morning. January 24, 1934
H
It
J'
-I
" '
I- r
i "
1
a
feifL'ftCaJk,Nys Briefs
5 Foraish Features Special en-
s tartalament features, at the -retail
" .. credit associativa iuuii v
held last night at the Dr. J. Vin
ton "Scott home, included songs
py a qnartet from Mrs. Rohey
""TrtatcUtie'a studio and readings by
; fiftk pupil. Fern Shelton. In the
-';quartet were Maynard McKlnley,
: Wesley ' Ritchie, Bill ; Bush and
Carl Mason. v About 30 aUended
j"-' party eiven by the women as
. , result of losing a membership and
Jfattendance contest.
fil .Evangelist 'Princlc; special ma
- sic I rood ringing; 1:45 tonigbt.
" at the Tabernacle, 13th &;Ferry.
-r Need Mas icians The TJ. S.
army-is in need of a few quail-
1 Tnetst made by the "district re
cruiting officer, M l j 6 r Paul
. Hathaway. Qualified trombone.
clarinet and piano players who
:-'Xrea nlred. Men desirous Of enlist-
4 i 'sMng to fill these vacancies may
:' apply at once at the local army
w recruiting office, room 7, postoi-
! ; , -v.,.
Baptist Leader Coming Mem
, be" of the Baptist state conven-
tion Irvine In and near Salem
u are looking forward to next Sun
day morning when forthe first
time they will hare the oppor-
... tunity ot hearing the new direc
1 "sLtor of missions of the Baptist
convention. Iter. F. W, Starring,
-JRev. Starring will speak at the
Calvary Baptist church at the
morning service.
If In need of blankets see Thos
Kar Woolen. Mill Co. blanket sale
now on.
: Parked Truck Hit A truck
said to be parked on the wrong
side of Church street , between
Union and D was struck yester
- day by a car driven by Gladys
Eckerson, 802 North Caurcn, tne
woman reported to police. She
listed the truck owner as a man
named Cedargrain, living at 8D5
North Church.
To Independence An official
Visit will be paid the Indepen
" dence American Legion post to
JBlght by O. E. "Mose" Palma
teer, district commander. Thurs
day night he will head a delega
tion of Salem legionnaires who
will attend the Washington coun
ty jamboree to be held at Hills
bo ro.
.Dance, TJ. Park every Friday, 15c
Garden Club Tonight Mrs.
Van Eaton, rose specialist, will
lead the class for the Salem Gar
den club at the Y. M. C. A. to
night at 8 o'clock. There will also
be a short talk on protecting
plants and shrubs In case of a
bard-frost, given by Ernest Iufer.
- ? Cnpp ' ' . .
Judd Theodore Cupp, resident
it 436 North 21st street, at a
local hospital, January 22 at the
age ot 33 years. Survived by
widow, Blanche C. Cupp; four
children, Virginia 10, Teddy .
Carl and Mable 4; four broth
ers, Hoyt of Turner, John of Cali
fornia, Archie of Portland and
Lonie of Bonneville; sister. Mil
dred Cupp of Salem. Funeral ser
vices from the chapel of Clough-
Barrick company, Thursday, Jan
nary 25 at 1:30 p. m. Rev. Flet
cher Galloway officiating. Inter-
ent I.O.O.F. cemetery.
Need ham
In this city C. N. Needham,
-: Monday, January 22 at the age
- of 50 rears. Survived by widow,
Mabel Needham ot 268 North Cot
' tage street. Four brothers, Frank
E, of Berkeley, Cal., W. G. ot
--'Berkeley, S. D. of Richmond,
:. Cal., and T. A. of ios Angeles.
Funeral services will be held
from the chapel of Rigdon's mor
tuary, Wednesday, January 2 4 "at
3 . p. rc. Interment Belcrest Me
morial park.
Obituary
FREE
Rubber
Men's Soles $U.dD(Q)
Lady's Soles 75
Children's g(Q)2 to
Boy's Soles 73to E
lady's Ireather
4:
Men's Leather heels 50c
Lady's Rubber heels . .25c
lien's Rubber heels .... . i . ..... .25c
Patches 10c to 25c
Vk MM "MtJaW a H 'T
To Give Food - Realizing that
in ' these trying times a . little
relaxation of mind is as essen
tial as food and shelter.- the
Open Door mission Has provided
an evening of entertainment tor
Wednesday, ; starting at 7:30
o'clock. All numbers will be new,
and include music, singing, read
ings, magic and fun, for which
there will be no charge or, collec
tion. Tickets i will . be given ana
sometime during the evening a big
basket of foodstuffs will go to
some needy family.
Dance tonite,' Mellow Moon. Jim
Titus Estate In The estate of
the late Charles B. Titus was ad
mitted to probate here Tuesday.
There are two heirs to personal
property In Bradford, Pa., the
property hating an estimated
value of S3 SO. Helen Titus Kiel-
bager was named administratrix.
The estate of the late Anna An
derson was also admitted to pro
bate yesterday and Alfred N. An
derson was named administrator
of $300 in personal property and
a one -sixth interest in certain
real property.
Match Light -Gasoline When
F. R. Stevenson scratched a match
yesterday afternoon be brought
out the fire department ladder
truck, a pumper and the squad
wagon. The match, intended to
provide light so Stevenson could
fix the carburetor on his car,
parked at 263 (North Commercial
street, set fire to the gasoline.
Theblaze destroyed the ignition
wiring before firemen could ex
tinguish it.
Evangelist Princlc will speak on
"What is Pull Gospel Evangel
ism?" Suit On Taking of testimony
was nearly completed in circuit
court here Tuesday in the case of
Mrs. Esther Sheridan against F.
N. Woodry. Plaintiff asks $3000
for damages allegedly sustained
by assault and battery on the part
of the plaintiff. Argument of
counsel and instruction to the
jury wil ltake place this morn
ing.
Scouts to Mobilize Boy Scouts
will mobilise in their respective
centers throughout Cascade area
February 10 to head a radio add
ress by President Franklin D.
Roosevelt marking the beginning
of national Scout week. Plans for
special scout activities and pro
grams here and in other cities in
the area are being made by F.
Howard Zinser, scout executive.
Minier Named Walter B.
Minier was named liquidating
trustee yesterday in circuit court
in the case ot Grover Hillman vs.
Hawkins Sc. Roberts and the First
National bank in Salem, Minier
substituting for Harold E. Eakin
who did not qualify. The suit is a
friendly action designed to term
Inate fl trust arrangement.
The Vogue ' Shop, dressmaking
remodeling. 1208 Court. Tel. 8202
Fire at Marion All downtown
fire fighting equipment was call
ed out during the noon hour yes
terday when a blaze was reported
at the Marion hotel. Firemen
found some oil atop a heating
store In the rear of the building
had caught fire when the stove
was heated up. Damage was neg
ligible.
Two Mishaps Occur Two
minor automobile accidents were
reported to city police yesterday.
They involved E. W. McKinney,
960 Broadway, and M. L. Ed
wards, Portland, at Court and
High streets; George M. Reeves,
route three, and S..J. Freese, Al
bany route four, at Miler and
Commercial.
-o
I
4
o
Births
I
Johnsbnrg To Mr. and Mrs.
Otis L. Johnsbnrg of Indepen
dence, a boy, Marvin John, born
January 4 at Salem General hos
pital.
Heels
WITH
heels .
26c
Youths In Charge The young
people ot the Alliance Gospel
Tabernacle, 655 Jerry, will hare
charge of the evangelistic pro
gram at the church Thursday
night at 7:30 o'clock. Special mu
sic has been arranged, and the
closing feature' will be the mes
sage by Rev. Lloyd Rice, pastor
of the tabernacle at uauas.
Files Final Account Etta P.
Hall, administratrix, ot the es
tate of the late Elmer N. Hall,
Woodburn mortician, filed her
final account in probate court
yesterday. Income to the estate
has been $3861 and outgo $3147
with some assets as yet undis
posed of. The widow and two
daughters are heirs. "...
Jersey Club Meets The an
nual meeting of the Marion
county Jersey cattle club U slated
for Thursday afternoon at i:30
o'clock at the chamber of com
merce. Election of officers will
feature the business session. Vic
tor Madsen of near Silverton is
president. !
Final Accounts Filed Final
account was filed yesterday in
probate court here in the estate
of Dora Mae Townsend, deceased.
B. F. Townsend having served as
administrator. Lorilla V. Yantis
yesterday filed final account in
the estate of James C. Yates, de
ceased.
Beautiful Lawns Now is the
best time of the year to give
your lawn an application of Val
ley Lawn Food Fertilizer. It will
give it that needed strength for
the summer season. We recom
mend 4 pounds to the square.
Call Valley Packing Company,
Phone 4158.
Applicants Notified Members
of the county court late yester
day announced that applicants
whose names begin with "E" and
who hare not yet filed requests
for old-age pensions should do so
today along with new applicants
whose names begin with "F" and
G."
File Answers D. C. Mlnto
and Jeanette Minto, named as
parties defendant in the city's
water suit yesterday, filed their
answers in circuit court. They al
lege the city's complaint fails to
slate cause sufficient for legal ac
tion. Money, Lions Topic Sheldon
F. Sackett, managing editor of
The Statesman, will address Sa
lem Lions club members at their
noon luncheon at the Gray Belle
Thursday. He is scheduled to dis
cuss money ind inflation.
To Alter Fred Williams yes
terday obtained a permit from
city building inspector's office to
alter a dwelling at 918 North
Fifth street. The estimated cost
of alterations Is $50.
Drunkenness Charged City po
lice last night booked J. C. Gar
ner, 1027 Oak street, on a charge
of being drunk. They said they
arrested him at a local auto
camp.
Hear -iery Evangelist Princic. To
night, 7:45, at 13th and Ferry.
Estate In Probate The estate
of the late Rachel C. Harrett
was admitted to probate here yes
terday and Litzie A. Daniel and
Ada Hull were approved as execu
trices.
Hughes Files S. H. Hughes,
alderman, filed notice yesterday
he would seek election as repub
lican precinct committeeman here
May 18. Hughes lives at 1796
Chemeketa street.
Executrix Named Annie
Smith was yesterday named exe
cutrix of the estate of the late
Daniel Gibson who left an estate
Jf ti t ill. ) L 4 ff!r
Jangled nerves bring
words that wound
Impatient, nerves on edge every
suggestion sounds like a criticism
...Every discussion turns into an
angry argument. You hurt those
nearest to you and make them
wish to avoid you. If this ever
happens with you.. . take care!
COSTLIER TOBACCOS
Camels are made from finer. MORE EXPENSIVE
TOBACCOS than any other popular brand-of cigarettes!
Coming Events
. January 25 M r Ion
county Jersey Cattlo club,
l:SO p. m., chamber of
commerce.
January ZSr Salem Burns
club banquet, 8: SO p. m.,
Firat Congregational
chnrcb.
January 26 Northwest
Feed Dealers, Marion and
Polk division, S p. m., cham
ber of commerce.
January 2d Salem high
vs. Silver-ton at Silverton,
basketball.
.Janoary 27 -Oregon state
Jersey Cattle dob, all day,
chamber of commerce.
January So Roosevelt
birthday ball, armory.
February S District Le
gion meeting and good-win
tonr.
February lfl Reserve Of
ficers' association of Marion
and Polk coo. ties, formal
military ball honoring Ma
. or General George A.
White
February 22-23 Midyear
Methodist Rally, First M. E.
church.
valued at $1489, the bulk of
which is in real property.
Files for Committee Job
Agnes Clark Hoyser yesterday fil
ed as a candidate for the demo
cratic central committee position
in the south Salem territory. The
address is 1930 West Nob Hill.
TAGREE
Any political subdivision in Ore
gon depositing moneys with a
bank in this state must come to an
agreement with the bank on the
rate of interest to be paid on the
deposit, the state supreme court
held yesterday in a declaratory
Judgment in a test suit brought
by the Grants Pass and Josephine
bank against the City of Grants
Pass.
The bank is not required to ac
cept the deposit, the court ruled,
and any legal rate of Interest mu
tually agreed upon between the
bank and the city la satisfactory
under the Oregon law.
The suit was brought following
enactment of a national law which
forbids banks paying interest on
demand deposits, governmental
funds being excepteed. The plain
tiff and appellant in the case con
tended city funds were demand
deposits and not subject to inter
est.
Formerly two per cent Interest
was paid on deposits of cities and
counties until last year. Then
banks generally reduced the rate
of interest. In this county only
one-fourth of one per cent is paid
on publie deposits except state
funds. The latter are set by law
at two per cent, a rate which has
not been changed.
Last oi 1932 Tax
Paid by Wheeler
Payment to the state treasurer
Tuesday of $2800 by Wheeler
county for the last half of 1932
taxes on real property due the
state, reduced the amount still
owed by counties for that period
to $16,839, it was announced by
Fred Paulus, deputy state trea
surer.
Wheeler county itself reduced
its Indebtedness to the state to
$293.
'Mm?-
-..-S-y.y-'&.-ss
wm.
CITIES If S
BANK
IrtfTEREST
miif. i " '
m $-
Watch your nerves... Get your
fall amount of deep every night
Eat regularly and sensibly. Find
time for recreation.
And smoke Camels for Camel's
costlier tobaccos never get on
yoor wervea.
MEIER URGES F.D.H.
BALLBE
Mayor McKay Also Speaks
For Event of Friday;
Tickets Available
Enthusiastic support of the na
tlon - wide celebration of Presi
dent Roosevelt's birthday, Janu
ary 20, was urged of Oregon
people in a statement Issued Tues
day by Governor Julius L. Meier.
The governor's statement to the.
people follows:
"I hope the people of Oregon
will enthusiastically Join in the
nation - wide celebration of Presi
dent Roosevelt's birthday on
January 20.
"All proceeds from the benefit
balls which will be held through
out the state will go to the Warm
Springs foundation for the treat
ment of Infantile paralysis,
cause very close to the president's
heart.
"We have on this occasion an
opportunity to offer a fine trib
ute to our chief executive by aid
ing the institution which had a
great part in restoring his health
for the service ot his country,
"Let us send the president a
wonderful birthday greeting from
Oregon."
The entire directorate of the
President's Birthday ball will
meet Thursday night in the tele
phone building to complete plans
for the formal affair to be held
in the armory. Brigadier General
Thomas E. Rilea will preside.
Mayor Douglas McKay issued
the following statement in connec
tion with the Salem ball:
"This event is one which should
command the support of every
one, everywhere, and I am sure
the people of Salem and vicinity
will cooperate enthusiastically.
The purpose o" these affairs, be
ing held simultaneously all over
the country on the evening ot
President Roosevelt's 62nd birth
day, is to create an endowment
fund for the Georgia Warm
Springs foundation tor Infantile
paralysis; a purpose to which all
can subscribe without reservation
"It is far more than an out
standing social event, and sub
stantially more than a tribute to
the leadership of our great presi
dent. Is is not only a birthday
party for the president it is a
national and still personal contri
bution towards the relief of suf
fering among thousands of afflict
ed children.
"It is a party for all who feel
they can contribute a mite to
those who are stricken and have
not the means to assist them
selves."
Response from the 2000 an
nouncements sent out to prom
inent people in Salem and sur
rounding communities has been
very gratifying according to mem
bers of the committee. In , case
some have not received announce
ments and desire to come to the
formal ball, they may procure
them at the Commercial, the At
las and the Patton book stores
and the book department
Miller's.
at
Burns Birthday
To be Observed
Here Thursday
The Salem Burns club will ob
serve the 174th anniversary of
birth of Robert Burns at a ban
quet at the First Congregational
church Thursday night, at 6:30
o'clock. Rev. J. R. SImonds, pas
tor of the church, will be the main
r4- i
n w
SUPPORTED
speaker, and tie rest of the. pro
gram wm t devoted to Scotch
songs and readings. . -
William McGtlchrtst Sr.. presi
dent of the club for 30 years, will
preside. Tickets may be obtained
from William McGilchrist : Jr..
John Marr, Robert Hutcheon and
McGilchrist Sr. The proceeds will
go to the Congregational church,
women of which are putting on
the snpper.
Een
I!
T
P
The American Legion general
committee arranging for the dis
trict conference to be held here
February 5 and attended by
prominent Oregon legionnaires
yesterday named the following
committees:
Greeting and housing Brazier
C. Small, Carl Gabrielson. Claude
Me K e n n e y, post commander;
Mayor Douglas McKay, - O. E
Mose) Palmateer, district com
Abrams, Max Page and J. T. De-
laney.
Selection of speakers for schools
-Dr. B. F. Pound, O. D. Adams
Roy Keene and Paul Wallace.
Noon luncheon Dr. G. E
Prime, Oscar Olson, Gene Graben-
horst. Harry Levy. Leif Bergsvik
and Merrill D. Ohling.
Night mass -meeting Palma
teer. McKenney, William Bliven,
post adjutant and Dr. V. E. Hock-
ett
Transportation Bert Victor.
Linn Lambeth and H. E. Shade.
Night feed and dance Hans
Hofstetter, King Bartlett, B. B.
Williams, George Feller, Harry
Plant and Fred Gahlsdorf, work
ing in conjunction with a similar
committee of the American Le
gion Auxiliary. .
Publicity C. K. Logan and
Ralph Curtis.
Further details will be consid
ered at another meeting of the
committee which is caned for next
Monday noon.
Employed Married
Women Requested
To Give Up Jobs
An appeal to married women
who are now working and whose
husbands are making a living
wage, to resign their positions "In
an act of good will an 1 coopera
tion to some wcrthy and efficient
Salem citizen, either man or wo
man," was unanimously voted by
300 self-supporting unemployed
women and girls, representatives
reported yesterday.
The unemployed women will
meet at the Y.W.C.A. Thursday
night at 7:30 o'clock, and to this
meeting they extend an Invitation
for working married women to
meet with them.
Charlie Chan
Chinese Medicine
& Herb Co.
New Method With
out Operation
S. B. PONG, Herb Specialist
Eight years' practice in China.
Uses all Chinese herbs for piles,
kidney, bladder, stomach, ca
tarrh, constipation, glands,
rheumatism, tumor, asthma,
headache, liver, male and fe
male troubles 11 years of
service.
122 N. Commercial St., Salem
Office Hoars 0 to 6 P. H.
Sundays 9 to 11 A H.
CONSULTATION FREE
IS c
MEETi
How ore YOUR nerves?
fTOiiS,
i
ptv box with th- t-T'V. fr? . Hold tha
& Hi-
.v.
s - w
i rwif
VFW SLATE THREE :
IIHTiTIElS
Three Important meetings were
scheduled by Marion post. Veter
ans ot Foreign Wars, at the rex
alar meeting held In Miller hall
last night. These will be:
February 15 Public initiation
meeting at which candidates from
over the county will take the ob
ligations from the national com
mander, who will be heard via ra
dio In a nation-wide hookup.
February 26 Open meeting
and box social managed by the
auxiliary with all posts In the dis
trict invited to attend.
March 12 Graad membership
rally, open meeting, with Bryan
H. Conley, department senlorl
vice-commander. Dr. George E
Lewis and Archibald, MacDonald
as the committee on arrange
ments.
The post also appropriated the
necessary funds for a scholarship
to be awarded the Marlon county
boy or girl who excclls this year
in a 4-H club project decided
upon by 4-H club leaders. The
scholarship will send the victor
to the annual 4-H club summer
school. ' L. B. Davis and W. L.
Carver were placed in charge of
this activity by Charles S. Low.
commander.
War Prevention
Group Protests
Naval Program
The Salem branch of the Na
tional Council for Prevention of
War, has sent a protest to Pre
sident Roosevelt against the Vin
son naval building program which
authorizes the president to replace
naval vessels with vessels of mod
ern design and construction, in
the categories limited by the In
ternational treaties.
The bill carrying out this pol
icy calls for construction after
1936 of 100,000 tons of destroy
ers, 35,000 tons of submarines, an
aircraft carrier, and battleship re
placement. The Salem protest is
against the cost of such a program
and the danger of arousing re
sentment abroad.
TO ENTERTAIN OOers
SILVERTON, Jan. 23. The
February district meeting of th"
Christian church 99 men's move
ment, will be Invited to Silverton.
according to a decision reached
by the members of the local chap
ter.
Help Kidneys
Olf voerb fnnctWmlrif KUncys and
Bladder nakayoaraffarfranGattiii
Up Nwhta. NarvoosMM. Wnamlll
Faina, Btiffa . Bantnc Snarttnc.
Q Itching, ae Aridity trytha guaiaat J
a ,,.,r Mart ox :
fix oa as w i
OsWMatiutsiat
I Vacuum Cleaners
and Floor Waxers
to Rent
Call 0910. Csed Furniture
Department
151 North High
A
itssr No. 14
.. puy mm ran
aaeonda. Wv. i
1 1 1 . . .-.
Ask
Your
what
for
Means
at
the
BUSTEK
mm
SALE
ril4bcatiSt
CwfMctil, UM, a. J. J
T ' '"-' "'' A"-Yi'ir 'iu l-Lliy' '
S10R
H7
i THEY NEVER GET
ON YOUR NERVES!
I I,
--.,'4. .-
S -.
f)
"S sV?rr