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ACCUSES FATHER Leslie E. Jahn, 41, tennis coach, was
booked by Hollywood, Calif., police on suspicion of incest
I result of accusations made by hit tennis champion deugh
ter, Laura Lou Jahn, lo. He denied the (target. They ere
shown together earlier this year as they read of her net vic
tories. (AP Wirephoto).
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ON WAY TO TRIAL Handcuffed together, Mrs. Inei Gertrude
Brennan, 45, and her son, Robert, 16, (left I leave the fail at
Dover, Del., on way to court for the opening of the "lonely
hearts" -trial in the killing of an elderly carpenter. At right
is Werden Cerrison. The mother and son are charaed with the
death of the man who appeered 'at their farm to marry Mrs.
orennan attar a mail courtship. I AC Wirephotol.
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SALEM, Sept. IS. UP) Gov
ernor Douglas McKay has recom
mended that rent control! be
ended tn Albany.
Calileo built his (list telescope
at Padua, Italy, 340 years ago.
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tion at Pslermo. Italy, Inspects a contest poster with manner
Ksrl-Httni Bonke. Sht was runner-up in German eliminations.
Sovitt Newspaper Wants
Russians To Quit Smoking
MOSCOW. tP Komsomol
Pravda, newspaper of Russia's
communist youth, wants Soviet
citizens to quit smoking.
It has irone on record as agree
ing with the opinions of some of
its readers that tobacco is In
jurious to health.
The communist paper claims
a recent letter it printed entitled
"about a certain harmful habit
has created great reaction among
The paper added a warning
that It considers smoking a habit
"inherited from the past."
OLEO TAX SHELVED
WASHINGTON. Sept. 13 (Pi
Senate democratic leaders t o-
day shelved until January the
question of repealing oleomarga
Senator Lucas (D-III) announc
ed after a party policy commit
tee meeting that there was un
animous agreement that the Is
sue should not he brought up in
he senate until the next session
Salvation Army Leaders To Meet With Local Youths
Capt. and Mrs. Kenneth Ander
son, youth leaden of the Sal
vation Army, will meet with
Roseburg young people Sunday
evening, Sept. 18, in prepara
tion for the coming western
Oregon Youth congress to be
held in Eugene Oct. 1 and 2,
Capt. Claude Bowden, local corps
Anderson, who is divisional
young people's secretary for the
Oregon-South Idaho division of
the Salvation Army, will also
speak at the regular Sunday eve
ning service beginning at 7:30
p. m. Capt. Bowden urged all
young people to be in attendance
to meet with the Andersons.
Brigadier Frank Wilmer, ter
ritorial young people's secretary
of San Francisco, will be the lead
er of the congress at Eugene.
It is expected that more than
100 young people from western
Oregon corps will attend the two
day get to-gether. Sessions of the
congress will be held In the Vet
eran's Memorial building. On Sat-
urday night, delegates will Join
with the Eugene Youth for Christ
following which they will conduct
a series of street meetings in
Capt. and Mrs. Anderson have
recently come to Oregon from
Glendale. Calif., where they were
,nri in cBivafion Armv vouth
work for a number of years. They
replaced Major ana nirs. nenry
Koerner, transferred to San Fran
Steady progress In the develop
ment of the state-wide Salvation
Army program for young people
is being made, Capt. Bowden
stated, a most successful phase
Af u M-h u.'a the recent summer
camping program which attract
ed the largest group ever to at
tend the camp In Clackamas coun
ty. A new MO.OOO recreation hall
at the camp was used for the
first time this season. The hall
opens the way for development
of a winter program including
campers re-unions, a feature de
signed to bring youth groups to
eether at more frequent inter
Another congress similar to
the Eugene affair will be held in
THahn fW R and 0 at which tlm
Wilmer will also be present
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