The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 09, 1934, Page 8, Image 8

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    THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
April 9, 1931
PAGE EIGHT
JUDGE ORDERS
y
(Continued from Pago One)
Ion of the allegations In Hayes'
statement The lawyor said be
admitted there was some quest
ion whether the - indictment
should be attacked by a motion
to quash or by a demurrer. He
aid he had a demurrer ready,
. Glllenwaters asserted that at
the time of the examination ot
Hayes by the grand Jury, no one
was accused of a crime, no one
had been arrested and no infor
mation or complaint filed. He
said that the prosecution bad no
Intention of using what Hayes
had told the grand Jury as a
part of its case to be presented
before the circuit Jury in open
trial. Such, he said, would ot
course not be permlssable. Gillen
waters argued that if Hayes
claimed he testified against him
self he was admitting the charge
on the Indictment.
Court Schedule Crowded
Judge Duncan observed that
it would be better to attack the
Indictment by demurrer than by
notion. He said that m demurrer
could set forth the fact the de
fendant was subpoenaed and that
his same, appearing on the in
dictment, had not carried the
notation that he had appeared
voluntarily.
: "However," said the Judge, "I
can't see that the state could
utter any loss, and I see that
the rights ot the defendant would
be fully protected, if this indict
ment were quashed and the mat
ter resubmitted to the grand
Jury."
The Judge indicated that Inas
much aa be would be forced to
grant a - demurrer, he might as
well quash the indictment on
motion.
' Glllenwaters then asked that
the same action be taken in the
cases ot Cook and Shaw.
It was generally believed that
no grand Jury session will be
held until after the . Manning
trial, which may continue from
next Monday to nearly the end
of the month.
. ' Cloakroom talk after the court
Session Monday was to the ef
fect that there was a question
whether any case could be re
submitted to the same grand
Jury .without the same witnesses
appearing on the seccond indict
ment aa . on ' the first. This, it
was pointed out, would again kill
the Indictment on the basis' ot
Judge Duncan's ruling Monday.
Resubmission ot the case to a
new. grand -Jury might be neces
sary to avert this problem, it was
said by these unofficial observers.
Balentine said later he believ
ed the bondsmen In the cases of
the three ex-policemen were auto
matically discharged when the ln
dlctment was quashed. Each was
pat on bond of $500.
; Airline travel between Europe
and -East, Central and South
Africa is Increasing rapidly. -
We Can
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a tor tighter . .
nan a Scotchman
and the . .
Price will be Just
right ...
t . . why not ...
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Beverly Hlner, tencher ot bio
chemistry, who will conduct a
class in this study following the
health lectures at the publto li
brary this week by Miss Irma
Dane. Beverly Hiuer has writ
ten on and taught the science ot
bio-chemistry since - returning
from study at the University ot
Belgium.
Four automobiles stolen early
Sunday evening ' from the down
town district were all recovered
by midnight by the city police
department. Three Of the mach
ines were recovered in an hour
or less after their loss was re
ported. Gasoline stealing seemea to oe
the motive for the car thefts, tor
all were drained when found.
Those who lost and recovered
their cars were: Axel Nelson,
Dick Kranenburg, Mike Glonetti
and Warner Linquist, Linquist
also reported the then or an
overcoat he had left in his car.
The Boggs repair shop, .1344
Esplanade street, reported to po
lice bureau Monday that two
locks had been broken from the
gasoline pump, and 20 gallons ot
gas stolen.
Theft of an automobile roDe
from a car parked near the Peli
can theatre was reported to head
quarters by Jimmy Richter, 412
High street.
L
Twa Imnortant rjolltical meet
ings are scheduled for this week.
On Wednesday night the Young
Democrats league will hold a
courthouse session to hear demo
cratic county commissioner candi
dates. All will be Invited to speak
to the members of the organiza
tion. If Mayor Willis E. Mahoney
1. in tnwn. h will be eiven an op
portunity to make his ursL gover
nnntnm camDaiEn Rueecu.
Thn Veterans Political league
will meet on Tuesday night, this
will be the last meeting before
the session at which candidates
tnt- nnmtnnf nn bv the two names
will be recommended.
Outlaw Seen
In Colorado
(Continued from Page One)
cers at Salt Lake City, telling
him to be on the lookout for
Clyde Barrow, notorious Texas
slayer, Bonnie Parker, ana anoiU'
er man. -
"I notified officers in nearoy
towns to watch for the fugitives
but the car seen here must have
turned onto some isolated side
Toad. We never caught up with
it," the sheriff said.
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MART
T
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(Continued from Page One)
by the senate, would be set up
to exercise pit the powers the
bill originally proposed to turn
over to the reserve board and
the trade commission. '
Friends of the original legisla
tion planned to carry their tight
to the senate floor, and with
President Roosevelt s expressed
support, were hopeful ot tlual
victory.
Reconsideration Asked
Opponents ot the bill as orig
inally dratted also scored an Im
portant victory by tho same mar-
Rln In adopting a motion by sen
ator Adams (D., Colo.) to elim
inate tho vital introductory sec
tion ot the bill outlining its
purposes tor constitutional rea
sons. ,
Senator Glass, who voted to
strike out this section, imme
diately entered a motion to re
consider the action, however, on
the ground that some substitute
wording should be adopted.
No vote was taken by the com
mittee today on the troublesome
marginal section, hut Chairman
Fletcher predicted the commit
tee would eliminate the fixed
minimum margin requirements
and turn the entire power over
to the administrative agency. .
PLAY JIT PELICAN
Arrangements have been made
by the Little Theatre guild of
Klamath Falls to give their next
play, "Distant Drums." In the
Pelican theatre In May, instead
of In the Pine Tree theatre
where "Ten Nights In a Bar
Room" was presented last Feb
ruary before packed houses.
The success of the temperance
play, according to Ted McDon
nell, business manager, has led
guild members to believe that the
larger theatre will better accom
modate the crowds who will want
to Bee their new production.
There will be no increase in
prices for general admission, but
several hundred seats will be re
served at a slightly higher cost.
The large stage at the Pelican
theatre is Ideal for the setting
of "Distant Drums," according
to McDonnell. Six covered wag
ons must be on the stage all the
time, arranged in a half circle,
as part of the camping formation
of a large wagon train traveling
the Old Oregon Trail to settle In
Oregon. In addition, a camp tire
must burn within the ' circle
throughout the performance.
Through arrangements with
Harry W. Poole, "Distant Drums"
will be presented for one per
formance during the first part of
May, A definite date has not
been decided upon, but will be
announced late this week when
tickets go on sale.
C. of C. Drive For '
Members, April 18
(Continued from Page One)
that there are dozens of people
who would join the chamber ot
commerce if the matter were
brought to their attention as we
intended to do in this drive.
"It is true that our member
ship has slumped during the de
pression years. But service has
not slumped, and now that times
are getting better we are going to
ask business people throughout
the area to come Into the cham
ber membership and thus lend
active support to the work it is
doing."
At - the beginning of 1934
there were 13,960 licensed pilots
in the United States.
YOUNG JIMMY BROUGHT
US UJCK,RlfTH. I 60T
THAT JOB TODAY. SWELL
SALARY
CON
0
DARUN6,rMSOetAa
how we won't have to
WORRY ABOUT OWMS
THE DOCTOR
Jmm I DiSUKE TO ME
I m -aw a iii-i"' '
LIFEBUOY ADOPTED -SkftwrH,
I JIMMYS ALL PAID FOR. RMHS tWj
Of MY RAISE TODAY-SO iAfe (
I gf .W-a tit. n en mtwwu tub nnrrnA I I
Jts ' WONDERFUL, DEAR. WE'LL
Wlk xwt soot, BE 0M lAsy
Bishop Plea
Of Not Guilty
Entered Today
(Continued from Pago Ono)
men and two women In the Jury
box follows:
"Does tho fact that Cannon is
charged with opposing Alfred E.
Smith, the democratic presiden
tial nominee lu 19SS, ou the
grouud that he was a member ot
the Roman Cathollo church and
because said Smith was opposed
to the 18th amendmeut to the
rvonstltutlou ot the United States
prejudice you against said Cannon?"-
"Do you hold any religious
prejudice preventing you from
giving to the defendants, Ulshop
hunts Caunon, Jr., chairman of
the board ot temperance and so
cial service ot the Methodist Epis
copal church. South, and Ada L.
Burroughs, an employe ot the
Anti-Saloon League and a mem
ber ot that church, a fair aud im
partial trial on the issues in
volved T"
E
IN CHAMBER DRIVE
Survey committees from the
junior chamber ot commerce
will he out this week to check
the accomplishments ot the
clean-up drive. Siy Jacobs,
secretary, has reported that re
sponse from citizens has been
remarkably good.
Many persons have called the
chamber offices to report places
requiring attention. A persona)
appeal will be made to persons
who have not aided In the closn
up and if necessary recourse to
the city laws will be followed in
compelling the campaign.
Officers ot the drive have
suggested that dandelions be re
moved to prevent spreading
when they go to seed.
The chamber will meet Tues
day night at 7:30 o'clock. The
clean-up drive will be discussed
along with plans for the boat
regatta in June.
Two new members, Howard
LIstoe and John Uerllng, will be
introduced at the meeting.
E
ROME, April 9. JP Discus
sion ot a minimum export price
for wheat again occupied the at
tention of the delegates to the
world wheat advisory commission
today.
All countries now have been
heard on the question.
After the morning meeting, the
delegates said informally that
their study 'was progressing uni
formly. However, the exact
method of arriving at a mini
mum remains to be chosen from
four dlfterent suggestions.
STAffiSfll
NOT TO RESIGN
SALEM, April 9 (JPi The de
mand of the Macleay grange In
Marlon county that Rufus C.
Holman, state treasurer, resign
bis office immediately since he
is a candidate for the republican
nomination for governor, brought
only the remark I don t see
any reason why I should resign
now," when the matter was
brought to the candidate's atten
tion. .
. Holman did not Indicate . he
would resign If ho were nomi
nated ,or whether or not be
would resign his office at all.
He made it plain, however, that
he had no Intentions of resign
ing at the present time.
The air lines of the United
States flew 48,771,563 miles in
1933, an increase of more than
3,000,000 miles over 1932.
LATER
WISH I COULD MY
THE WHOLE BILL.
DOCTOR. BUT I DON1!
KNOW HOW LONG
MY JOB WML' LAST.
THE BOSS SEEMS
TO HAVE TAKEN A
DISLIKE TO ME
MAYBE IT'S SOME '
FAULT YOU DON'T
KNOW ABOUT. HAY
I SPEAK QUITE
FRANKLY ?
rVE
COMPU3UOH SO FRESU AND
Y7TEP yoar comptexloa mmg--softly- sparkling
JS. crystal dear. Difficult? Expensive? Not with this
simple, refreshing "home" tscisL Work up s rich,
creamy ladm lui tig IJcbaoy-he dVer
eotp that lathers so sbundsnth in hard or soft water,
bote cold. MisMge this father well Into pores; then
rinse. Do this nightly see skin bloom with health.
Facts about "B.O."
Even on cool days we perspire s quart a day. We grow
acciauoaiea to mis
cot odor offend
ingly. Play safe bathe
regularly with Lifebuoy. Id
purifying bther ditdtrlxtt
tra-ttorja"B.O."(WWV
Its fresh, dean, hygienic scent
MOTOR PARTS
PLANT SHUT
T
(Continued from Page One)
In that plant "must be haltod"
unless tho bootulug automobile In
dustry is to be paralysed at tho
height ot tho production season.
STOKR FIRM WORKERS OUT.
DKTUOIT. April . (,!) Em
ployes ot the Detroit-Michigan
Stove company, said by union of
ficials to number 800, went on
strike this morning, seeking a DO
per cunt wage Increase and a 36
hour, (Ivo-day week,
Tho strikers Immediately form
ed picket linos, parading - tu or
derly manner, but making no ef
fort to stop workmen who went
through the gates.
lH'umiitls Presented.
The strikers are all members
of tho Mechanics Educational So
ciety, which called tho strike when
negotiations with company offi
cials last week tallod.
The socloty also has called a
strike of tool and dlemakera for
next Thursday night. It a "con
sidered offer" ou demands for a
20 por cent wage Increase and a
36-hour five-day week, Is not
forthcoming from the Job shop
employers.
Officials ot the stove company,
which employs 1,100 men declined
to comment on the strike. ,
Mrs. Caroline Heppner, 88,
plonoer resident of northorn
California and Oregon, died in
this city early Monday. She had
made her home bore since 1931.
Mrs. Heppnor was born In
Elgin. 111., October 31, 1S46. She
was the daughter of A. R. and
Margaret McCallum, and crossed
the plains with her parents at
the age of 7. '
The family settled near Red
Bluff. Calif., and remained
there until Mrs. Heppner was
16. and then moved to the fa
mous mines of Oregon, sottllng
near Canyon City. At that -place
she was married, and reared her
family at John Day, Ore. airs.
Heppner mode her home In Port
land for 10 years before moving
to, Klamath Falls.
"Her survivors ore as follows:.
Arthur Stone, son. of Yakima,
Wash.: Mrs. Maude M. Holslng-
ton, aaugntor, isorman, ukiu.;
Mrs. P. E. Hlnkley and Mrs.
Wlllard L. Smith, daughters, ot
Klamath Falls, and Mrs. Roma
Stone Westnoy and Mrs. W. A.
Stone of Portland, grandchildren.
Two sisters, Mrs. Emma Hnsol
tlne of Canyon City, and Mrs.
Ellen Pruden, of PortlnndAnlso
survive, as well as 10 other
grandchildren, four great grand
children and hqst of nlecos,
nephews and friends.
Brewery Increases '
Storage Capacity
TUMWATER. Wash., April 9.
Increase ot 60 per cent In stor
age capacity by addition of a
new cellar unit is announced by
officials of the Olympia Browing
Company at Tumwater. Wash.
In addition, tho united States
Patent Offlco has Issued a trade
mark registration on the Olympia
slogan "It's the Wator," giving
protection on tho brand "Olym
pia, tho horseshoe trade mark
and the slogan. '
With tho now addition, tho
Olympia Brewing Company will
have the largest capacity tanks
on the Pacific coast.
Chicago has the largest num-
bor of plnnos In a single city,
and New York City is next, with
287 and 246, respectively. .
NEVER SEEN YOUR
IL
1 "'flih
WWITS YOUR SECRET?
ncraiiAV ncttD rVc
WONDERFUL FOR THE SKM
v eJr
evcr - pro
unknow
Wirt Shown
As "Duffer"
(Coutlnuod from Pago One)
lu our government for a kitchen
cabinet, wa five-broke up tho
night hatoro Inauguration. Wo
have nut boon in the same room
Logcthur since. Now, any ono
who Is seeu talking with tho
president Is Immediately called
'umithor one of tho brain trust.'
"l'vo just heard the lualdo
alory on thut torrllilo senndnl,
The good doctor was at a party
with soma of tho boys who are
connected will things down in
Washington, Wirt started asking
a few (mentions nliuut tho House
volt revolution ho was hearing
so much about.
"Thoy woro all In protly good
spirits, mid relished kidding tho
credulous old duffor. Confiding
that ltousovolt wua a Koronnky.
thoy said that ho was Just wait
lug for tho right tlmo to start
his revolution, Aftor two years,
thora would be a Stalin, who
would tuko ovor tho govern
moot, 'Yea,' they coutlnuod, 'Ilin
country is going to the dogs'."
SET WEDNESDAY
Wednesday evonlng at 7:30
has been tho time set for the
chambor'ot commerce forum at
which both sides of the long and
short haul question will be
argued.
Freight Truffle Managor Hall
mark ot the Southern Puclflc
will present the railroads' argu
ments In favor of amending tho
transportation act of 1030.
Cileun Loreni will speak In bo
half of local jobbers against the
amendment, and there will ho
othor spoakars. Local lumber
men were meeting Monday attor
uoon to consider tho mnttor.
Presldont James Kerns of the
chamber ot commorce will pre
side at tho mooting Wednesday
night and the general publla Is
Invited. v
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BE
Four-ll club achievement day
programs will bo hold In all rural
schools of tho county during the
month of May, It was decided
Saturday morning, nt a mooting
at tho 4-11 club county council
hold at Fremont school cntutorln.
County School Hupnrlntoudetit
Fred l'eterson was tho principal
speaker at tho mooting, and ills
ensued his pinna for development
ot 4-11- club work In grndo mid
high schools, Tho educator con
siders 4-11 courses a valuable
part of tho rural school system,
and declared that moro and more
ouiphasls is being pinned upon
practical educational training' aa
a valuable basis tor the Ufa work
of boys aud girls In rural dis
tricts. -
Leaders ot 4-H projects and
touchers who attended the coun
cil meeting woro: Lllllo l.lllen
thnl, Kfflo Qulnn, Ella Wester
burg, llnrnlce CI riff In. Zelma
Stiles. Mildred Lndiior, Klslo llur
tnn, Wyatt Pagett, Stella Ilowne,
Oraco Lytle, Dorothy llnlllo, Fred
Peterson and Mr, and Mrs. Frank
W, Soxton.
State Housing
Needs Increase
(Continued from Page One)
er consideration of the state le
gislature. ltutus O. Holman, state treas
urer, presided at the meeting to
day In the abseuco of Oovarnor
Julius L, Molor, who was con
fined to his home with a cold.
Secretary of State P, J. Btsdel
mnn was present.
TOO LATE TO
CLASSIFY
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'1 1
S3 down
Ml monthly .
small carrying
clutrge
.ow Price for Tliis Complete 3 Piece
o)iffinrl
lavatory trim
EoeJi Pirn Sapcaolsjly, K Yosj Choose.
$29.75; Lavatory, $13.95; Closet,
Poultry Fence
Itoll
$274
no-Inch Height
Heavily galvanized
copper steel wire
Hinged joints hold
stay wires in place.
Gallon
Faucets
For Iiuundry Trays
Heavy brass, rough nickel
finish. Swing- Asfjj sJf
Ing spout. . giEfy
Accident Toll
High in State
(Oontliiuaa'Kroui Pag Ouo) ; ,
tho accident from a brokou back
mid a ftnutu I'otl skull,
Iliwoliiirit Man Hurt
HOHIOIIUIKI, Oro April 9, (TP)
W. V. Thomas, mi), furuiur
treasurer of the elty of Huso
burg, Inst night suffered Injuries,
expected to prove fntnl, when lis
wua struck by an auto driven
by 0. F. Kronel ot Dlxouvllln.
luvustlgalliig otfleura report that
Thomas, who was qulto foohlo,
tippd from behind a parked
ear .directly Into the Until ot tho
Li ilin. Ho suffered skull frno-
t u res and ooncusaiou ot mo
bruin.-
About 500 planes arn used by '
thn airway systems of the United
Status. '
' .
Airline operators spent I10,-i
000,000 In 10aa for now plane..
A Pow-Wow
With the Boys
A Family Dinner
A Committee Meeting
You wIS find tsfcle
or a room for if
i
at the
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$19.75
Closet Seat
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