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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1929)
Salem Talent Gives Interest
ing Program for First
RICKEY, -Oct 12. The first
meeting of the community club
was held Friday evening with 200
The program waa furnished by
Balem talent nnder the direction
'of Mrs. Madalene Callin, Talley
news director of the Oregon Staes
naan. , Dr. David Hill, of Salem, whose
.moving pictures always delight
' the audiences, showed scenic Tiews
'of Oreg'Jn, the Mollala round-up
and other interesting pictures.
Thia is the third time Dr. Hill
has visited the communty club and
at the request of the children
showed his animal school picture
which was received with as much
enthusiasm as when . shown the
Miss Leona Moshef of Salem
gave several readings which de
. lighted -the andience and the mu
sical numbers given by the follow
ing quartet were very much en
Joyed: Dr. L. E. Barrier, H. I.
Pearson, E. H. Leach, J. J. Mor"-
A surprise visitor was Dr. P. O.
Riley, president of the federated
community clubs, who Is very
uch pleased with the work the
roanity club. ir0TBjV
Taa clnb Jj to . recr.3. silver
? i tWcafto v '-f-Jn the
rjt la hoped thai TUiUWrill an
come oacK again. --
The next meeting of the com
munlty club will be held the sec
ond Friday in November.
Miss Edna Ferry and Mrs. Marie
Kelly will have charge of the pro
gram, Mrs. Harold MacMillln and
Mrs. John Tekenburg are on the
refreshment committee and Eliza
beth - Fltxpatrlck and Leona La
Branche will act as pantry girls.
Strike in Prison
VANCOUVER B. C. Oct. 12
(AP) Alter weeks of passive re
sistance, the 104 Doukhobors now
serving prison sentences of six
months each at Oakalla prison
farm near here have entered upon
a hunger-strike, it was reported
today. Warden Walter Owen,
who is in charge of the farm,
would neither confirm nor deny
The Doukhobors, including men
and women, were sentenced at
sou, B. J., August 29, toiiowing
nude parades staged near South
Slocan, and were transported to
Oakalla by special train. Unoffi
cial advices from the prison farm
were that the prisoners worked
listlessly or not at all when taken
to the fields.
Current Radio Pro
S2S.S Meters. 2 Keys. Seattle. Wut
10 a. m. International Bible Stadeata'
11 a. m. Larile Johnses, piano; Trti
11:15 a. . PljmontB Congregational
11:15 p. m. Orchestra: Greenwood Mit
chell and Dorothea Wei.
1 p. as. National Saadey Feram NBC.
3:30. p. m. Sanaa y concert, KBC.
3:30 p. ax XBC.
4 p. na. Sanaar afternoon concert, NBC.
5 p. as. Mixed quartet.
5:15 to 7:45 p. m. SBC.
8 p. as. Chorea.
9 p. m. Studio program.
9:30 p. m. Francesco Loago's orchestra.
10:30 to 11 p. as. Artistic ensemble.
5:15 Mil. s.--5BCL
:J0 to p. Easy Selger ana Us
raimvemt Betel Ceneert Orchestra. '
to 10 p. as. A baa String Quartet, with
Allan Wilson, tenor.
10 to 10:15 p. m. Xarrativa organ re
cital, fcataring Theodora Strong.
483.S Meters. Portias, Orcgoa.
7:45 to 8 a. m. Devotional services.
8 to S a. at. Entertainment.
to B:lO a. m. News.
9:10 to 9:30 a. m. Cooking school.
9:30 to 10:30 a. m. The Town Crier.
10:30 to 11:30 a. m. "Msgs line of tho
11:30 to 1 p. an. Records.
I to 1:15 p. so. U. 8. Market reports.
4 to 5 p. is. Organ.
5 to p. m. Studio program.
6 to 9:30 p. m. NBC.
11 p. ae. Weather Man.
II to 12 midnight Organ recital.
S 110 SUIT FOR
CHICAGO, Oct. ll-(AP)-Prof.
Davis Savllle Muszey, Columbia
university history Instructor, with
drew his $100,000 libel suit
against former congressman John
J. Gorman today upon the intro
duction In United States district
court of Gorman's apology for his
charges that-Mutrey's textbooks
Federal Judge James H. Wilk
eron dismissed the case without
The suit was born of Mayor Wm
Hale Thompson's famous "Amer
ica'First" campaign in 1927, dur
ing which the mayor deposed Wm.
McAndrew as superintendent of
Chicago schools on grounds that
he was a "paid agent of the Brit
ish crown." : .
483.8 Motors. Portland, Oregon
10 to 11 a. at. International Bible Stu
dents. 11 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. 8annjide Con
gregational serriee. -
1:30 to 2:30 p. m. Organ recital.
2:30 to S:30 p. as. -Sunday concert. '
3: 30 to 4 p. m. NBC.
4:15 to 4:30 p. m. "Book Chat."
4: JO to 5 p. ra. Studio prAgma.
5:15 to 8:30 p. m. NEC.
i:30 te 9 p. m. Rellickerc.
:30 to 10 p. m. Fireside Hour.
10 to 11 p. a. Little symphony orches
tra. 11 p. . Weather Mas.
LAMAR. Colo.. Oct. 12 (AP)
-George J. Ab?hier, confessed
Member of the Lamar bandit
gcng, was found guilty of first de
gree murder by a Jury fir-district
court here Friday. The Jury
recommended a death penalty.
The verdict was returned at
7:21 p. n., just four minutes less
then three hours after the Jury
received the case.' Abshier walked
into the courtroom only two min
utes before the verdict was an
rounced, shackled to Roy Best,
The court room was filled
warn the verdict of the jury, com
rvscd of ten farmers, a merchant
end a barber, was announced.
Among the spectators was a gen-
rous sprinkling of women. Judge
A. L. Hollenheck had announced
that no demonstration' would be
permitted and. the courtroom was
t as tb fafof Abshier was
Llvr 'yBiafkeafto Best, "but
1. one thug I can do and
that is keep smiling,"
379.S Motors. Oakland, California
11 s. m. Grace Cathedral, San Fran
cisco. 1 to 2:30 p. m. National Sunday Forum.
2:30 to 3:30 p. m. Special program.
3:30 to 4 p. m. NBC.
4 to 5 p. m. Sunday afternoon concert
5 to 5:45 p. m. Grace LePage, lyric
soprano; Annabelle Jones Rose, con
tralto, and Carries Jones Teel, concert
5:45 to 8 p. a. XBC.
8 to 9 p. m. The Pilgrim's journey to
9 to 9:30 p. id. "The Reader's Guide,"
Joseph Henry Jackson.
9:30 to 10 p. m. Santislas Bern's Little
' Symphony, Hotel Whrtcemb, San Francisco.
440.9 Meters. Saa Tranelsco
7 to 8 a. m. Health Exercises by Hugh
Barrett Dobbs, assisted by Wm. H.
9:30 to 10 a. m. Dobbtic's Daily Chat.
10 to 10:30 a. m. Helpful hints to honse
wires. 10:30 to 11:30 a. as. Woman's Maga-
xine of the Air. NBC.
11:30 te 11:45 a. m. Art Talk, by Helen
11:45 V 12:05 p. m. Time. Scripture,
weather and announcements.
12:05 to 1 p. m. Trio,
1 to 1:30 p. w. Jerry Jernaine.
1:30 to 2 p. m. Ann. Waraer't' Boom
12 It ) :30 p. m. Trie.
2:30 to 3 p. m. 8chool hrsacast, Paul
Pitman. .- -
3 to 3:30 p. m. formoa ' Tabernacle
3:30 to 3:45 p. m. Dept. of Com. talk.
345 to 4 p. m. Oalif. Der. Ass'n talk.
4 to 5 p. m. Studio hour and announce
to fi n. m. Children's hour.
6" to 9:30 p. m. NBC.
9:30 to 10 p. m. Plantation Echoes,
10 to 12 midnight KPO rcrue.
11:15 p.m. Olyapie Hotel dance or.
11 to 12 :30 a, as. Organ recital.
37t.f Kttsrs. OakUad, OaUferaia
19:30 to 11:80 a. a. Womaa's maga
Bine of tho Air.
11:80 to 1 p. as. Rembrandt Trio. -
5 te 8:30 p. m. Mormon Tabernacle
choir and organ recital. Salt Lake City.
5:80 to p. m. Aant Betty (Rati.
Thompson) stories, KGO Kiddies' Klob.
6 to :30 p. m. NBC.
9:30 to 10 p. m. Paul Lenrence Dan
bar, a Grace Sanderson Michio Minia
10 to 11 p. au Slumber Hour.
11 to 13 midnight Henry Halstead's
Hotel St. Fraacia Dance Orchestra.
ASTORIA, Ore., Oct. 12 (AP)
Mrs. Eunice Bagby, Portland,
was sentenced to CO days in Clat
sop county jail here today follow
ing her conviction by a Jury in
justice court Thursday night on a
charge of drunken driving.
Newell Hurst is
To Appear Upon
Word has been received that
Newell Hurst, 20 year old son of
A. R. Hurst, who has been study
ing with Earl Wallace in the Earl
Wallace dance studio In Los An
geles, has been booked by the Ra
dio Keith Orpheum circuit in an
adagio number wih a quintette
of two girls and three men.
They are playing now for two
weeks in the New Orpheum the
atre in Los Angeles before start
ing east where they will appear
Hurst is a local boy having
worked here, and during 1927 he
studied with Barbara Barnes in
the Barbara Barnes school of the
dance. Miss Barnes and Hurst
made an adapio team which ap
peared quite often locally.
440.9 Meters. Sanjrrsaeisco, California.
9 to 9.-43 a. m. Sabbath Hour with Theo
dore Strong, organist, and the Clarions.
9:45 to 10:45 a. m. Interdenominational
and non-seetarian church cervices.
12 to 1 p. m. KPO Salon Orchestra.
1 to 1:15 p. m. Afternoon musicals by
by Uda Waldrop with Mynard Jones,
2:15 to 5 p. m. Football tjroacast, St
Ignatius vs. Santa Clara.
5 p. m. Baseball scores.
5 to 5:15 p. m. Talk by Elmer Robin
son. "What 'a New in Science and In
326.9 Meters. Sea'.tle Washington
7:55 a. m. Inspirational services.
9 a. m. Organ recital.
10 s. m. Y. M. A. health exercises.
10:15 a. m. "What to Prepare for
10:30 a. m. Women's Magazine of the
11:45. a. m. Orchestra; 6. Donald Gray
and Hayden Morris.
I p. m. Orchestra ; Fred Lynch and Art
Lindsay. ' '
2:15 p. ra. Orchestra ; Greenwood Mitch
ell and Hayden Morris.
8 p. m. Salt Lake Tabernacle choir and
8:30 p. m. Orchestra; Rhena Marrhall,
4 p. m. Mining stock quotation.
4:15 p. m. Kiddies program.
4:45 p. m. Stock, bond and grain quo
tations. 5 p. m. Concert orchestra with Agnes
6 p. m. to 9 p. m. NEC
10 p. m. Artistic Ensemble.
II p. m. News flashes.
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