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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem.- Oregon, Thursday JJorninjr, Janoary 25; 1924 ,
Whether ! r not Salem i . wlll
bare eren branch office' of
the Farm Prodnctlo nCredlt as
sociation lai no determined, E.-K.
Plaseckl, who has chars' of the
federal ' farm - loan' office here,'
states. Directors i elected at a
;. meeting in1 Eugene January" 13
will meet shortly tn Corrallla, bat
it la -held probable they will ad
here to original plan of bat' one
office for th district.
The district nnlt formed at
Eugene Willamette ; Production
Credit association. Includes these
: counties, Lane, Dougiaa, Benton.
" LIn, Lincoln, Coos, Marlon and
Pork, and headquarters were ot
ed at Corrallis, with O. S. Fletch
r, Eugene.; temporary secretary.
Hopes are that work will be nn-
, der way by March 1, -:.vt v -The
aaociation is set up under
the Production .Credit corporation
"of Spokane, W. E. Williams, -vice-president.
- j It will ' handle farm
loans tor seed and harresting pur
poses, and similar business. The
district directors are: Fred R. El
liott. Dallas; Jobo W. "Rentage.
"- Woodburn; Bay La Jenkins,' Tole
do; Laaria L. MUler, Dallas; Jesse
.JV CMnton, Myrtle Point; H. S.
, Merrlam. Eugene; James W. Sea
Vey, Eugenei Claude Bucanan,
CorralHs; R." C. Burkhart, Leb-
" anon. . .
Girl Hikers, 13
Told, to Go Home
By Frisco Police
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 24-(flV
Two 13-year-old girls admitted to
police today they Were Juanita
Nanes, J 8 48 East Bnrnside street.
Portland, Ore., and Frances Haw
kins, 13, 2414 Southeast Ankeny
street, Portland, and not Patricia
and GeneTiere Malone as they had
insisted previously. . i, , '-,
The two yesterday told officers
who took them 'off thelumber
schooner ? Phyllis theyJ'.wereE.-on
their way to Join their Miner in
.Santa Maria, Cat : 4' '"' ' A
Today, howerer, after question
ing, they said they had started on
"world crmse but "guessed"
maybe they j had "better tell you
"otjr true aamea and get back to
oar school booJte."
LIdivahi Princes tin Trial
Accused of takhtc 130,747 from the treasnryot the Pacific fh OA Co-
of waien tnry were eaeeanres, we ueoigwm orvwuex, .
.iir Tint fivm MifivmL mt ihovn in. court at Los Antreies as
mmmJ linril th. third brother. Pnnce Alexis, is
speeding to the Orient for reunion with his bride, the former Barbara
Board . . .
Not Found Says
tS.H Van Trump
.Strawberry ' plants In the Sil
ver Falls patches inspected yes
terday by State Inspector Stant
Mrry and County Inspector Van
Trump prored free of cyclamen
mites. A large orderhad been re
celTed ! from i Hyde and com paay
f California - for " plants of the
Marshall and Nicomber rarlety
bat the buyer stated the plants
must be. free of the mites, with
which trouble had been In the
south, -i'-- i -
, "Van v Trump declared none of
these mitee had been noted here
for seraral years. An outbreak
of them some years ago on Mas
todon strawberry plants was
car bed by destroying all plants
f this Tariety. " r
Quick Approval of
New Radio Given
. Quick publie approval glren the
new Philco long-distance radio by
the- public everywhere was told
yesterday by ILL. Stiff, local dis
tributor. Two years of laboratory
work and experiments on this par
ticular, set hare resulted In the
- production of - a . 'radio which 'not
e:ily picks np nearby stations with
aeiaring clarity but which -wjtha
twist of the- dial brings into Salem'
homes -musie arid ther -programs
from European centers. , Londonr
it. I said, ia as easily heard with
the'ne ' by Philco afe Port-
Today 'Dinner at Eight,'
with all-star cast.
Friday John Boles in "Only
Today William Gargin in
Today- Zane Gray's "The
Thundering Herd," wlttt
Today Chester Morris in
- "Breach of -Promise.
Friday j Hoot Gibson in
"The Fighting Parson."
Saturday Midnight mati
nee, Gar Cooper in "One
, Sunday Afternoon."
Today Joan Blondell in
"The Greeks Had a Word
Saturday only -Jack Holt
in "When Strangers
Gleason in Happy
Never Met Before
LONG BEACH, Cal., Jan. 24.
Edwin S. Gleason. 18, of Salem,
Ore., was reunited today with his
father, whom he had never seen,
after baring believed him killed In
the world war,
Soon after his birth in Viola,
Kan., la 1916 bis parents separat
ed. The father subsequently went
to war and the child was taken to
Salem by his maternal grand
The father, Phil E. Gleason, said
he made numerous attempts In
Kansas to trace the boy and but
recently learned the youth was re-
cerrlng bis monthly compensation
checks from the government.
Christmas he sent a card to his
son through the Veterans bureau.
telling. Mm he had "made many
Brown, Hewitt to K
Addresses by Sam Brown, gu
bernatorial candidate,-, and, Roy
Hewitt yW. feature the meeting
. tonight et-the Truck Owners and
Farmers? Proteotite : association.':
at. T:St) - o'clockiat the. hall orer
Wood-vvheatvn. garage. High and
Chemeketa streets. Speakers from
tW central" 'labor council' will
also be beard.
f fl A HorwOwaf?d Theater Pi
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JOAN BLONDELL i
INA CLAIRE V
DAVID PLANNERS .
HSU'S TO OWL
MZNI LONG MAY
TriaT ulYEI ft
U this fatt'Sieviftg
story of three girls
who coise le Ireed
way hove iSslf
"bnekt fe-Kaedt .
Trvljl If y'-'J:
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attempts to trace you but this la
Young Gleason received the
card. A subsequent correspon
denceled to the meeting here.
Toung Gleason lives at 1008
North Commercial street, Salem.
Edwin Gleason was known here
as Edwin Madison, the name being
that of his grandmother, with
whom he lived in Salem. He played
football on the Parrlah Junior high
school team while attending that
STATTON, Jan. 24. Mrs. Dot
Carter, wife of William carter,
died aaddenly at her home here
early Wednesday morning. Her
death -was thought to have been
caused by a paralytic etrokej as
sho fell at borne Tuesday. J. W.
Nipple, an elderly man , living be
tween West Stay ton ana Aums
vhle, also "4led early this morn
ing. He la said to nave oeea sud
ject to heart trouble. Fnneral ar
rangements have not been. made.
nr.- and Mrs. Frank - Baton oi
Seattle hare been here visiting
her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth
starton. Miss Doris Champ is here
from Seattle visiting at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mrs. Esther Bond, president oi
the Rebekah assembly. will visit
Eva Rebekah lodge. Stay ton, Jan
uary it. There will be potluck
dinner at 6:30. Rebekah visitors
are welcome. ;
As Agency Head
Onoositlon to any changes In
the Salem . reemployment omce
that would give the' Job to a man
outside of Marlon county was
voiced bv the Salem chamber of
commerce yesteroay in a wire to
State Employment Director J. v.
The wire refers to proposals for
a change In the reemployment
setup, presumably moulding Linn,
Marion. Benton, pouc ana un
coin into one district with a sup
ervisor for all the territory.
The chamber urges that strong
financial support given by Salem
and Marlon county in the employ
ment program entitles considera
tion of the chamber s stand. The
wire in full:
Chamber of commerce emphat
ically opposes any change in local
fl TODAY jfev.
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Testifying before the Senate Com
mittee probing air mail contracts
William Sacks (above) Republican
leader of St. Louis, denied ha had
asked "tut of five per cent for aid
in negotiating' air mail contract for
Robertson Air Line of St Louis, as
charged by officials of company.
reemployment office that would
place any man outside of Marion
county In csarge.
"This la view of heavy popula
tion and employment in Marlon
county and strong financial sup
port giren by city and county."
Tho position of city recorder.
now, held, . br Mark Poulaoni wiU
be sought at the May election by
Dr. O. A. Olson, now alderxnaa
from the seventh ward," Olson an
nounced -yesterday. -Tie said If
elected: he would 'make tempor
ary disposal of Jvla dental office
and devote his full time to the
r Dr. Olson la the first man to
announce running; for. a ,cfty of
flce this year. Mayor Douglas Mc
Kay, after declaring, recently he
would not ran for; another terra
as mayor. Tuesday revealed- he
would Instead seek.; the position
of state ; senator which Senator
Sam Brown- has dropped to enter
hte gubernatorial race.
In five years ot service oh the
council Dr. Olson baa been active
In municipal affairs and at pres
ent holds the chairmanship of
(ha Hrm department and water
committee ; and "membership - on
tho police and s health commit-
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l PouJien baa "not : yet decided
whether or not he will seek ire
election. XJ' - ' j I
.'Who will seek the position. of
mayor is still a' mystery. Among
those being ' mentioned " are fEd
ward ; Roeteln, Alderman j E.
Enhn' of the" first and David
QHara"of the Hftrwardt Ros
telnv .. however, baa ' declared - he
would not be a candidate, Kuhn
says he is not aeeking the office
and O'Hara is not inclined to fa
vor 'entering this race.. ..Neither
are Kuhn and OUara decided
a boat, running for. re-election to
the council. !
ALBANY TEACHEB PLUCKY
ALBANY. JanJ 24 .-(Donna
GUI, Junior high school .teacher
here, set a remarkable example of
courage for her scout troop girls
while concealing from them her
carelessness wttn " firearms.'. Her
courage recalled that of tho classl-
ROLPM DELIA mY
JOCK LR RUO
He Rimed the woilf s
greatest thrills ' .
vnth nothing to lose
He had been
hut the wont
jolt of his
when the girl
vw; I ...
TONTTE IS f !
DLAIE NITE JLlC.
From the Cosmopolitan Maga
zine story "Obscurity" by
Friday & Saturday
PA R S Oil
Tonight - Fri. - Sat. S00 SeaU H5c;
f Plundaring bandits...H bravad them4
oil when he rode info the badlands4
...and rode out with a beavKfu! oirll
v-r : t
1 1 1 FothS
cal Spartan youth rho stood hn
pertnrbed while' hls'entrails Vera .
eaten away by a : stolen, f ox con
cealed under his garment I Miss
GUI continued to teach school o
her girls woald not) know ehepraa
wounded through negligence, r : - -
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life! . . . A beauti
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so beautiful and
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