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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morning, November 26, 1938
Local News Briefs
. .Marriage Licenses Spokane i
marriage licenses - Issued include
those to Claire Frong Nebler,
Woodburn, and Harriett Esther
Parish, Salem, andto Truman P.
Williams. Falls City, and Mary K.
Carey, Snoqualmie. Licensed at
Vancouver were Earl Rickards
and Luella Rickards, both of Sa
lem; Chester A. Zike and Mar
garet B. Sturges, both of Salem
route 7: Harvey E. Tucker and
Corinne C. Kaminski, both of Sa
lem; Boyd. L. Wlllmschen and
RuthM. Bloom, both of Salem, and
Leon Clemmens and Velda Webb,
both of Wlllamina.
Court to Travel Clackamas,
Washington and possibly the
Multnomah county courthouses
will be tlslted by county court
members Monday to inspect pho
tographic recording equipment
Installation of such equipment to
obviate the necessity of copying
court and private records for pres
ervation was provided for by the
county budget committee in its
The Salem Federal's dividend rate
has alwava hscn ffmr ner rpnt
SP Man Injured Henry T. Nel
son, Southern Pacific railway em
ploye, who resides in Portland,
sustained a fractured wrist and
possible fractures of the heels
yesterday afternoon in a fall from
a freight car at 14th. and Oak
streets. He was attended by first
aid car officers and taken to the
One Worker Dies There was
one fatality due to industrial ac
cidents in Oregon during the week
ending November 24, the state in
dustrial accident commission re
ported Friday. The victim was
William M. Gustafson, Astoria.
There were 551 accidents reported
to the commission during the
Lutr Florist. 1276 N. Lib. 9592."
Here for Weekend Jack Milsom
of Pendleton, formerly of Salem,
arrived in the capital Wednesday
night to spend the Thanksgiving
holiday with his wife and children
Eileen and Cora May. Mr. Milsom
Is now in business in ' Pendleton
and will probably not be back in
Salem until spring.
Democrats tn Meet The Marion
Marion County Democratic society
will meet at the courthouse at 8
o'clock tonight, according to
Avery Thompson, president. A
representative of the Oregon State
Democratic club will speak. There
will also be a musical program.
Beer Permits Okehed The coun
ty court yesterday endorsed beer
license applications submitted by
Theodore C. and Eva M. Amend,
for Noah's Ark, Salem route seven,
and Clyde W: Smith and Gordon
L. Klamp, Pacific highway Wood-
Peter Paulson, 90, at the Me
thodist Old -People's Home, No
vember 24. Funeral services will
be held from the W. T. Rigdon
company chapel Saturday, Novem
ber 26, at 10:30 a. m. Interment
City View cemetery.
At a local hospital, November
25, August Huckestein, at the
age of 75 years. Father of A. E.
Huckesteln and Willa T. Hucke
stein, both of Salem; Charles J.
and Mark N. Huckestein, both of
Honolulu, Hawaii; Eleanor N.
Huckesteln of San Francisco and
Mrs. J. L. Schlotman of Burbank,
Calif.; brother of John Hucke
stein of Irvine, Pa.; grandfather
of Margaret M. and Richard D.
Huckesteln, both of Salem. Fu
neral announcements later by the
w. T. Rigdon company.
Midnite Show Tonite
The battle to
m ' rattlesnake
and a "Mexican
A Thrill a Minute Hit!
. Continuous Show
T Last .
2ND BIG I - :.f
Rich Named Deputy Lawrence
A. Rich, former employe of Her-
r all-Owens company and other lo
cal concerns, was appointed dep
uty treasurer yesterday by County
Treasurer D. G. Drager. He suc
ceeds Warren Richardson, whom
Drager appointed temporarily last
week after state" auditors had' re
ported a difference to exist be
tween book and cash balances In
Receive Directory A Tilla
mook city directory, the first on
the chamber of commerce shelves
here, has been received and is
available for public use, Chamber
Manager Fred D. Thielsen states.
Two Repair Permits -Building
permits Issued yesterday were to
M. F. Lindley, to alter and repair
a dwelling at 2048 Court, $500.
and to B. B. Baker, to repair a
duplex at 1325-27 Ferry, $40.
Thumb Sawed George Shlmel,
345 Bellevue, sustained a severely
gashed thumb while . working in
a WPA woodworking class recent
ly. He was treated by city first
aid car men.
He'll Be Speaker
Believes He Has Votes
for House Leader
Frank Lonergan, here from
Portland Friday, told newspaper
men that his chances of. being
elected speaker of the house of
representatives at the 1939, legis
lative session, were, very encour
aging. "I believe I will have enough
votes to clinch the election prior
to the session," Lonergan de
clared. Lonergan was elected a mem
ber of the Multnomah county dele
gation in the house at the recent
general election. He previously
served several terms in the house
and at one time was speaker.
Five Others Aspire
There also are five upstate can
didates for speaker. These include
Walter F u h r e r, Salem; Lyle
Thomas, Dallas; Earl Hill, Cush-
man; Ernest Fatland, Condon, and
Glen Riddle, Douglas county.
Robert Duncan, Burns, already
has 24 votes for president of the
senate, his frie.-ds said. This is
eight votes more than enough to
Class in Driving
To Start Today
With the opening class schedul
ed at 9 o'clock this morning, .reg
istrants in the safe-driving school
being sponsored here by Secretary
of State Earl Snell will meet for
a brief instruction period in the
hearing room in the basement of
the new capitol building .before
adjourning to the Smith street en
trance of the state fair grounds
for their first driving lesson.
Each registrant should have an
automobile available in which to
take instruction. Those who have
not yet registered may do so by
appearing at the hearing room a
short time before the opening
hour today. Anyone who is 15
years of age or older, and who
can pass the vision and hearing
tests required ot Oregon drivers,
is eligible for the instruction.
Following today's class high
school and adult groups will be
divided into separate classes,
which will be held on succeeding
Saturday mornings. All the fun
damental movements of driving
Will be studied, and with consci
entious practice between classes
many students will gain sufficient
ability to pass the driving test tor
an operator's license. .
Radio Expert Visits
SCOTTS MILLS Mr. and::rs.
Charles Bacon and son are visit
ing her parents, Mr. and ..rs.
Parker. Bacon Is with the radio
department of the United States
air force at San Diego and while
he is temporarily stationed else
where, Mrs. Bacon will reuain
Scharbach To Mr. and Mrs.
Svlvester M. Scharbach. route 6
Salem, a daughter, Janice Marie,
born November 20 at the Salem
K v a I bt bbv - .am. M
Also Xews, Cartoon, and. Chap.
14 of Serial ''Flash Gordon's
Trip to Mars." On Our Stage at
1:30 P. M., Seth Jayne and the
Hollywood Bnckaroo Program
Sunday 2 to 11 P.M.
Magic fa Mm voice and magic
in nor twilling skates and
. tOtHT 1AMAT
OUItlt MUOAY .
Also Newt and Popular Science
Case of Gladys Lacey vs.
Meyer Store Going
to Jury Today
The demand of Gladys Lacey
for $000 damages from Fred
Meyer, Inc., for alleged false ac
cusation that she took a lipstick
without paying for it. will reach
the jury In department one of cir
cuit court today. Attorney began
closing arguments yesterday after
noon. The defendant in Us answer as
serted it was a self-serving store,
its employes were honestly of the
belief payment for the lipstick
was not made and denied it
searched plaintiff or deprived her
of her liberty. " '
The jury consists of William H.
Walker, Joseph Bernt. William A.
Krenz, Elmer M. Savage, Missouri
A. Stapleton, William A. Morgan,
Panl A. Schmidt, Elva M. Aspin
wall. Homer M. Smith,' John Er
lckson, Edgar B. Perrlne and Fred
Circuit Court "
N. J. Swain vs. Oregon Motor
Stages; judgment, on. supreme
court mandate, allowing defend
ant $107.30 costs.
W. F. Collins vs. E. W. Ray
mond; four motions to strike
parts of amended complaint
Floyd Webb vs. V. O. Kelley et
al; three motions by defendant
Willamette Production Credit as
sociation to make complaint more
Enid Henderson vs. Ray Hen
derson; motion for order holding
defendant in contempt of court:
affidavit asserts defendant has
paid nothing under decree except
World war veterans state aid
commission vs. W. L. and Frances
Smith; complaint for foreclosure
of property in McCoy's addition to
Salem and $2492.34 judgment.
Truck Insurance Exchange vs
Truck Insurance Exchange of Los
Angeles; answer alleging defend
ant has not transacted business In
conflict with plaintiff's, that de
fendant's name fairly described
its business but not plaintiff's and
that plaintiff adopted the name to
obtain the benefit of defendant's
good will and reputation.
Francis Van Laanen estate: or
der appointing John Van Laanen
executor of $800 estate and nam
ing Thomas H. Galloway. Vivian
Hendricks and Catherine Zorn ap
praisers; win leaves $50 each to
six children, Will, Tony. John.
Frank and Jacob Van Lydegraf
and Anna Edwards and divides
residue equally among four other
cniidren, John and M. F. Van
Laanen, Frances Van Laanen Far
row and Mary Van Laanen Grun-
Helene Lafky estate; order ap
pointing Ray Lafky administrator
and Lawrence Brown. Ralph Sko-
pu and Chris Schneider apprais
ers; estate's only asset stated to
be a claim for Injuries, damages
Marcus D. Hodges estate: order
for hearing January 3 on final ac
count of Helen L. Culp, adminis
tratrix, showing her share assign
ed to Alva Leonard Culp, grand-
sou, and estate settled.
Walter F. Downing estate: as
signment of interest of Robert E.
Downing as widower to Hazel
Minnie Moeller guardianship;
assignment of sheriff's certificate
of sale covering certain Smith's
Fruit Farms lots to Lulu H. Corey
Dy Ladd & Bush Trust company.
Percy L. Brown estate; report
of Ethel P. Brown, executrix, on
sale of Silverton property to E. H.
White for $1200.
S. D. Hartman estate; order ap
pointing Josie Hartman execntrix
of $2000 estate and naming John
Porter, Charles Heinz and George
Haynes appraisers; will leaves
$100 each to children. Earl Hart
man and Hazel Lorenzen, both of
Silverton, and residue to the wi
dow, also named execntrix.
Joseph Hortsch estate; order
authorizing Stephen Hortsch, ad
ministrator in Oregon, to accept
$1750 from Harry Poland to set
tle claim for death of Hortsch Sep
tember 1, 1938, due to impact
with automobile; Oregon , admin
istrator given power of attorneys
'y "b J ( Sensational Acts
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Trophy for Best
This trophy, shown by Virginia Martin of the First National Bank of
Portland, will go to the sweepstakes winner of the second Oregon
state corn show, to be held in the Multnomah hotel, Portland, De
cember 1 to 3. The cup, donated by Claude Sersanous, was won
last year by E. G. Wlesner of North Howell, near Brooks. . A three
times winner will gain permanent possession. The corn show is
sponsored by the Portland bank, with the Portland chamber of com
merce agricultural committee and OSC cooperation.
here by Edward Horts as executor
of the estate in Minnesota.
Augusta Walter estate; semi
annual account of First National
hank, executor, showing $437.65
received and $234.42 paid out; re
port of John Walter, administra
tor de bonis non, shows $73.21 re
ceived and $27.10 paid out.
Stanley Wanamaker Wilt; found
innocent of charge of operating
truck without utilities department
Vic George; pleaded guilty, giv
en 90-day suspended jail sentence
for larceny of quilt belonging to
Lottie Keene, put on probation for
N. J. lloore; $1 fine, no lights.
Donald Pittman; pleaded not
guilty, case continued to 10 a. m.
today on charge of giving $6.25
check to L. M. Carlson without
sufficient funds in bank; released
on own recognizance.
Edward W. Strode, traffic vio
lation; forfeited $1 bail.
Frank E. Tomlinson, failed to
stop; forfeited $2.50 bail.
SPRING VALLEY Guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
McKinney for Thanksgiving day
were his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred McKinney, Ida, Perl and
Verl and her parents Mr. and
Mrs. John Childers.
The Call Board
Saturday Double bill, "The
Sisters" with Bette Davis
and Errol F 1 y n n, and
"Down in Arkansas" with
Weaver Bros, and Elviry.
Today Double bill,
"Listen Darling" with Ju
dy Garland and Freddie
Bartholomew and "Want
ed Dy the Police" with
Today Warner Baxter,
Marjorie Weaver and Pe
ter Lorre in "I'li Give a
Million" and Michael
Whalen, Lynn Bari and
Henry Armetta in "Speed
To d a y Shirley Tem
ple in "Just Around the
Today Double bill, "Judge
Hardy's Children" with
Lewis Stone, Mickey Roo
ney and Ceceh. Parker
and "Stage Coach Days"
with Jack Luden and
Ears of Corn
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Goschie Wins 1st
In Corn Display
Silverton FFA Member
Herman Goschie, Silverton FFA
member, carried off grand cham
pionship and top honors in the
junior division of the Marion
county corn show, which closes
today. First place in the adult or
open class division went to John
nie Llchty, also a Silverton resi
dent. The exhibit is on display at
the First National bank, sponsor.
Compete in State Show
Winners in the county show are
slated to compete in the state
show December 1 to 3 in Portland
and sponsored by the First Nation
al bank of Portland.
Marion county winners, announ
ced by Manager Clem Howard of
the bank, are:
Junior division: 1. Herman
Goschie; 2. Donald Steffen, Sil
verton FFA member; 3. Robert
Zielinski, Quinaby, 4. Elmer Bier-
ly, Gervais; 5. Dale Norton, Gras
sy Pond; 6. Oscar Roth, Union;
7. Myron Harper, Manning; 8.
Marlin, Hammond, Grassy Pond.
The six last named are 4-H club
Senior division: 1. Johnnie
Llchty; 1. Daisy Bump, North
Howell; 3. Dan Van Brocklin, Sil
verton; 4. C. L.Millig, Silverton;
5. A. N. Fulkerson, Salem
Heights; 6. F. L. Zielinski, Hazel
Green; 7. Floyd C. Bierly, Ger
vais; 8. J. P. Zielinski, Quinaby;
9. K. D. Coomler, North Howell;
10. L. L. Ernst, St. Paul.
C. A. Cole of the state depart
ment or agriculture was Judge
The exhibit was arranged by
ayne Harding, county 4-H lead
er, and Harry L. Riches, county
Plaque of Lewis
Many state officials will gather
at the state penitentiary today
when a bronze plaque bearing a
baa relief of James W. Lewis, late
warden, will be dedicated.
The principal address will be
given by Governor Charles H.
Martin. There will be brief talks
by other officials.
Lewis died here In October aft
er serving as warden of the prison
for several years.
The plaque was presented to the
board of control at a meeting last
Funds Given Willamette,
Music Teachers and
Estate of Joy Turner Moses,
Salem music teacher who died
November 13, was estimated worth
$43,800 in an order entered yes
terday admitting It to probate and
appointing Arvllla M.' Turner and
Hannah Martin as executrlces.
Personal property was listed at
$20,000 and real at $23,800.
Joseph Albert, Chester Cox and
E. A. Pruitt were named ap
praisers. Bequests are made by the will
To Willamette university, $750,
income from which will be paid
as a prize each year to the law
student attaining highest scholas
tic standing, and $750, the income
going each year to the best de
bater. The former is to be called
the Frank A. Turner memorial
fund and the latter the Rex A.
Turner memorial, honoring Mrs.
Moses' father and brother, respec
Prizes for Music
To Oregon State Music Teach
ers' association, $1000, Income
from which will be given as prizes
to piano and violin pupils of Sa
lem music teachers, selection to
be made at a competition each
June. This fund will be known as
the Iva F. Turner memorial.
To the Salem public library
music rooms, Mrs. Moses' Stein-
wav grand piano and her music
library, to be marked as presented
by Joy Turner Moses.
To Mount Crest Abbey mauso
leum, $2000 for upkeep of family
To Arvilla M. Turner, her sister-
in-law, lots on North Capitol
street, house and lot on Hanson
avenue, two lots in City View
cemetery, her home residence at
335 North Capitol, her DeLake
beach cottage and Polk county
cherry orchard. The sister-in-law
is asked not to sell the cnerry
orchard during her lifetime, nor
to sell the Capitol street home for
less than $15,000, and on her de
mise to leave the property in some
To Gladys Case, Effie Hummel,
Vera Bennett, Hannah Martin,
Lela Lee, Gladys Vlbbert, Mar
garet Scotney, Emma Dencer and
Grace Moses, all of Salem, and
Lillian F. Gifford of Sioux Falls.
S. D., certain keepsakes.
To her husband, William E.
Moses, a lot on Court street, 10
acres near Shaw, 20 acres near
Rosedale and five acres near Falls
To William E. Moses and Ar-.
villa M. Turner, equal shares in
the income from the residue, to be
held by Ladd & Bush Trust cont
pany as a trust fund. After their
deaths, the husband's trust fund
is to be placed in the Willamette
student loan fund and the other
fund is to go to the Oregon state
library to buy books in the field
Final expense accounts of can
didates at the last general elec
tion were filed in the state de
The largest of these was filed
by James R. Bain, republican,
for district attorney of Multnomah
county. He expended $518.58.
Other expense accounts filed:
Lowell Paget, republican, for
state senator, 13th district, $96.
30. John B. McCourt, republican
for state representative, 5th dis
Wallace S. Larkin, democrat,
for state representative, 8th dis
Henry Dolge, Jr., republican,
for state representative, 17 th dis
Hardin (X Blackmer, republi
can, for district attorney Klamath
Don F. Hamlin, democrat, for
district attorney Klamath county
Salem's First Auto
After Avoiding two Crashes Only V
To See Mother and Child Loom Ahead
John J. Maurer, Salem's first automobile repairman arid
partner in the first auto agency
broken right leg, five rib fractures and a cut hand at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon when he drove his light roadster
into an oak tree along the Pacific highway immediately north
of Jefferson in an effort-to avert a collision with two other
Able to walk on crutches, Mau-
rer secured a ride back to Salem
and after receiving medical atten
tion was taken to the residence of
Judge and Mrs. L. H. McMahan,
old acquaintances.- He expects
within a few days to go. to Port
land to stay with his son, Glenn
E. Maurer until he is recovered
from Jiis injuries. He was en route
home to Mackenzie Bridge from a
Thanksgiving day visit' with his
son when the accident occurred.
Maurer said he swerved to
avoid collision with a car that
suddenly, turned across his path,
swerved again to miss an oncom
ing machine and then cut to the
roadside when a woman with a
baby in her arms loomed In front
of him at the edge of the pave
ment. In 1901 when Otto J. Wilson
brought the first motor car to Sa
lem, Maurer made the first re
pairs on it and entered into a
partnership with Wilson in the au
tomobile business. He believes he
may have been the first auto re
pair man on the Pacific coast.
In 1924 Maurer retired from
business here because of his
health and moved to Mackenzie
Bridge, where he is how justice
of the peace.
Hints on Mailing
With the Christmas mailing
season approaching. Postmaster
H. R. Crawford calls attention
to holiday greetings mailed at
the third class or lVs cent rate.
"Many folks do not real'.ze
that Christmas greetings mailed
in unsealed envelopes are not
forwarded and are not returned
to the sender. All cards not de
liverable to the address on the
envelope are disposed of ua.
waste," ' the postmaster pointed
He added that the additional
IVi cent postage out of town or
Vt cent in town provides not
only the free forwarding privi
lege but also an opportunity to
write a personal message with
Bob Hansen 1$ Appointed
As Official of Directory
CORVALLIS, Nov. 26. Bob
Hansen of Salem, sophomore In
lower division at Oregon State col
lege has been appointed assistant
manager of the Student Directory
for this year.
The Student Directory, often
called the "Fusser's Guide," Is a
publication giving the names of
all the students with their home
addresses, campus addresses, class
and school in which each Is regis
A MAN NO WOMAN GOULD HOLD...
A WOMAN NO MAN GOULD TAME!
The Most Gallant Lover, tho
Most Dangerous Lady of tho
Screen, in Each Other's Arm si
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Rip-fnortin' moontaia merriment in the
, lasd of the wild and woolly backwoods.
. Weaver Brothers and Elriry in
- "DOWN IN ARKANSAW!
;Miekey Mouse Matinee Today, at 1 P.' M;
Repairman Hurt '
established here, suffered a
My, my, I hope after that big
dinner I stuffed down Thursday
won t have to face a turkey
again until next Thanksgiving
but it looks like we will be fin
ishing up the left-overs for days
to come.Possibly finishing with
I hope you all enjoyed Wal
lace Beery and Mickey Rooney
in "Stable-Mates" last Saturday.
(If you didn't I certainly did.)
Also last week the program
included Betty Manoles, Eileea
Fisher, Jeanne Eksman, Darlene
Peterson, Juanita Fuson, Eve
lyn Berger, Donna Berger and
Viola Edmundson. Believe it or
not, after much hurrying around
and fussing the band played
"Swingtime in the Rockies."
Only 28 more days until Christ
mas, tsk.tsk, tsk. I guess I'll
have to start being good so Santa
will remember me.
Two big features, serial, t,hort
subjects and a big stage show
are billed for today. "Down in
Arkansas" with the Weaver Bros,
and Elvira, plus "The Sisters"
with Errol Flynn and Bette Dav
is plus serial chapter 8 of "Red
Barry" with Buster Crabbe.
It's a big show, Mouse Mem
bers, so I'll be expecting you all
at 1 p.m.
JAY, Mickey Mouse Chief.
Get 619 Drivers
State troopers arrested 619
persons for traffic law violations
during October, Charles P. Pray,
superintendent of the state police
department, reported Friday.
Fines aggregated $6214.
Arrests In the general law en
forcement division numbered 210
with fines of S1264.
Thirty arrests were for driving
me game department reported
220 arrests and the commercial
fisheries 33 arrestB.
Six persons arrested during Oc
tober were held for other law , en
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