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The OREGON STATESMAN, Sato, Oregon. Friday Morning, October 17, 1930
PRESIDENT AT A. F. L. CONVENTION
550 Members Signed up, is
Report at Meeting on
Total funds raised In the past
vreek in the 39th annual enroll
ment week program for the Y.
M. C. A. totalled, Thursday. $13,
628.25 which represents 550
members. Twenty of the commit
tee in charge attended yesterday's
For speaker of the day. Dr.
Thomas Z. Davis was presented.
Dr. Davis is a research specialist
in human relations and an effi
ciency expert. His address was
along the lines that show business
success due to the 'personality"
element in men. Several compar
ative stories of business bouses
The first day of the Y. M. C. A.
week, last Friday, 206 renewed
members and 8 new ones were
reported. Most of these came in
by mall. The representative n-
nancial amounts were $8,788 and I
Sill, respectively. The totals lay
by day were as follows:
October J.1,'237 renewals $9.
461; new 19 $254; October 14.
290 renewaH $11,526; 25 new
$987; October 15, 313 renewals
512.273. new 27 $1,353: Oc
tober 16.333 renewals $12,804,
33 new $1,495.50. Total num
ber today 366 members and $3,
209.50. Second flay saw
The greatest gain for any one
day, since the week started is the
second day with 53 renewals and
11 new members. The greatest
financial gain was over last week
end with a total of $2,798 raised
between Saturday and Tuesday
The total goals of the week are
400 renewals, $16,000 In dues;i
150 new members, $2,500 in
dues. The association lacks 34 in
membership and $4,871.25 in fi
nances. One of the features of the en
tire week of work has been the
undying enthusiasm and opti
mism of the workers. There have
been about 45 of them, two lay
men working with each member
of the board of directors in a
Five daily luncheons have been
served at the Y. M, C. A. with -an
inspirational or instructional ad
dress at each affair.
Thomas B. Kay has been gener
al leader of the work. Officials
report .that the work will con
tinue until the entire goal is
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President Hoover deliverhc ni
address at the opening tesaion
of the American Federation .of
Labor Convention in Boston.
The President intimated in his
speech that the anti-trust acts
might have be repealed in
order to pat an end to nnfait
competition in industry. Wil
liam Green, President of the
American Federation of Labor,
it shown seated directly behind
II HOT LISTED
The latest book of Everett
Dean Martin, "Liberty," Is con
tained m a list of selected titles
Just placed on the book shelves
at the public library. The follow
ing list, while it does not include
replacements and older books
added to the shelves this week,
contains the new titles:
Bacheller, "A .and!e in the
Wilderness"; Coyle, "A Flock of
Birds": LeuSk, "Fields of Work
for Women"; McBride, "Fin
land: and Its People"; Martin,
Liberty"; Maugham, "The Gen
tleman in the Parlour" Miller,
"High School Reporting and Ed
iting"; Rosman, "The Young and
Secret"; Schnitz, "The Hoax";
Smith, "Mastery Word List,
Storey, "Beauty In Home Fur
nishings, What to Choose and
Why"; Tyson, "The Rhododen
dron Man"; Van Dine, "The
Scarab Murder Case"; Wile,
"Marriage In the Modern Man
ner"; Willsie, "The Last Full
Measure"; Wood, "The Passing
of Normalcy"; and Kahlex, "Fa
ther Means Well.-
MU TRIAL WILL
The cost of operating the state
motor vehicle department dnring
the nine month period ending
October 1. 1930, was reduced to
four and four-tenths per cent of
receipts, which is the lowest for
any nine months period in tbe
history of the office.
Fees during the period aggre
gated $9,176,074, with expenses
fixed at $403,936.
The cost of conducting the de
partment in 1929 was 4.9 per
cent and In 1928 it was 5.4 per
Hal E. Hoss, secretary of
state, announced that the per
sonnel of the motor vehicle di
vision would be at its low ebb
within the next two weeks. A
number of extra employes have
been on the payroll since the an
nual rush in July of this year.
announced Thursday that it pro
bably would be a week or more
before he prepares an opinion as
to whether the state reclamation
commission has authority ' to
grant the application of the California-Oregon
for permission to develop Grant
power Bite on the Klamath river
in Klamath county.
At a recent meeting of the rec
lamation commission L. A. Lilje
quist, assistant attorney general,
argued that the waters involved
in the application had been ceded
to the federal government and
were not subject to appropriation
by the pbwer company.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 16.
fAP) Suspicious circumstances
surrounding a $200,000 fire on
the battleship Colorado last June
are being investigated by the
Secretary Adams said today
"events surrounding the fire led
us to believe that there might
have been some tampering" and
that "when any suspicion arises
a thorough investigation is con
ducted." The investigation was disclos
ed by the navy secretary today in
commenting on published reports
that the department believed the
fire was started deliberately. Ad
ams characterized the report as
Fire broke out on the Colora
do on June 2 while the battleship
was at Colon awaiting passage
through the Panama Canal. It
destroyed the plotting room of
the vessel and necessitated ex
The Colorado was taken to the
Brooklyn navy yard for an over
haul which disclosed needles
stuclc Into the wiring system of
the plotting room. It was beUev?
ed they might have been placed
there with malacious intent and
an investigation was ordered.
- Secretary Adams denied know
ledge of a report that a second
ire ; broke out on the vessel
while undergoing repairs at the
Brooklyn navy yard.
The investigation into the first
fire was ordered by Captain
William S. Miller, who had been
In command of the Colorado
Since May 22.
Upon Status of
Attorney General "VanWinkle
Board has Meet,
Report Held up
Members of the newly organ
ized advisory state pardon board
held a meeting at the state pen
itentiary here today for the pur
pose of considering- 15 Applica
tions for pardon. These appli
cations were referred to the
board by. Governor Norblad.
It was indicated that the
board would withhold its find
lngs from the public until such
time as its report is filed with
the governor. Meetings will be
The trial of Donald Nacker,
charged with the murder of Fred
B. Dunbar before tbe eyes of his
companion, Doris Bacon, on a
holiday outing September 1, will
begin at Klamath Falls on October
Nacker has steadfastly main
tained he was hunting a hawk in
the woods and shot a moving ob
ject which turned out to be Dun
bar. The youthful killer who is
confined in the Klamath county
Jail is said to show the strain of
confinement by his drawn face
and deeply circled eyes. He has,
however refused to break the sul
len silence which he has main
tained since his arrest.
Circuit Judge William H. Dun
can will preside at the trial which
is the second murder case sched
uled for this term of his court.
The firm of Manning, McCol
loch and Driscoll and Ralph W.
Horan has been retained as coun
sel for the defense. Horace M.
Manning and Ralph W. Horan will
conduct the arguments and ques
tioning for the defense. T. R. Gin
lenwaters, assistant district attor
ney, will conduct the case for the
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Led by Count Foike Bernadotte.
four Swedish cavalry officers will
iail for New York on October 18
to participate in the National
Bone Show. Count Bernadotte is
nephew of the Swedish King.
Be and his wife (above), the for-
?er Miss Estelle Manville, of New
ork, are expected to make their
home in the United States when
his military service is complete.
Kentucky has 94,956 cattle In
13,126 herds tinder supervision of
tuberculin test experts.
Vy-v Rub well over
CHICAGO, Oct. 15 (AP)
The warrant charging larceny by
bailee on the part of Congressmen
Stanley H. Juns of the eighth Il
linois district was withdrawn to
day by Mrs. Anna Rogal.
THd for the contraction of
approximately 30 miles cf road:
a number of bridges and two
frame bulldinp?. will be oper-ed
at a meeting of the Hate nifcb
way commission to be fceM in
Portland October 30.
Projects for which coctracts
will be awarded follow:
Coos County Laktfcice
North Bend section ol tie Roose
velt Coast hiEhw&y, approxi
mately 13 miles, of crushed rook
i. .tnrfsHnp Deschutes and
Crook counties Three and
eleven-tenths miles of the Mid
dle Unit, Bear Creek-MilHcan
section of the Prineville-Hillican
Jackson county. Approxi
mately 9.65 miles of regrading
and 8 miles of resurfacing on
the Eagle Point-Trail section of
the Crater Lake highway.
Lane county Approximately
8.3- miles of grading on Lincoln
county Line-China Creek section
of Roosevelt Coast highway.
North unit requires approximate
ly 194,000 cubic yards of exca
vation, and south unit 278,000
vards of excavation.
' Lane eountv Nine and three-
tenths miles of broken stone and
crushed gravel surfacing on Hen
dricks Bridge-Doyle Hiil section
of McKenxie highway.
Umatilla county Furnishing
of 21,000 cubic yards of broken
stone in stock piles for improve
ment of Pendleton-Emigrant Hill
section of Old Oregon Trail.
Umatilla county Furnishing
of approximately 22,700 cubie
yards of broken stone in stock
piles on Adams-Milton section of
Wasco and Clackamas coun
ties Furnishing of approximate
ly 14,000 cubic yards of broken
stone in stock piles on Mt. Hood
Bear Springs section of Mt. Hood
Clackamas and Marion coun
ties Bridge over Pudding river
on county road at the county
line three miles east of Hubbard.
Deschutes county Construe-
tion of frame storage ouuums
on McKenzie highway at Red
mond. . '
Grant county Construction or
frame storage building on the
John Day highway at John B;y.
Marion county Construction
of frame shop building at the
state highway shops in Salem.
Tillamook county Construc
tion of frame storage building
on the Roosevelt coast highway
ELECTION RIOT FATAL
ISTANBUL, Turkey, Oct. 15
(AP) Two persons were killed
and thirty seriously injured at At
lanta today during the municiai
f-l.ption as nartisans of Fethi
Bey's new' liberal party and the
people's party clashed.
Jpon two Judges
Arguments were heard in :"re
state supreme court here Thurs
day In a suit brought by Tort
land attorneys to enjoin the sec
retary of state from placing on
the ballot at the November tac
tion a referendum measure
tacking the 1929 legislative aa
authorizing two additional cr
euit Judges in Mnltnou.a-3
The suit originated In the Mar
ion county circuit court where
Judge L. H. McMahan held for
the defendants. The referendum
of the two-Judge bill as launcr
ed by W. F. Woodword of Port
land, ex-m.-mber of the Oregon
Plaintiffs contended that tie
ballot title is defective.
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boxes of 12 tablets. Abo bottles of 24 and 100 All druggists.
Canning of pumpkins and
squash, from the initial opera
tions to the final process, were
witnessed yesterday noon by
members of the Salem Lions club.
The members, at invitation of B.
D. Beedee, himself a lion and
manager of the Oregon Packing
company, motored oat to the can
nery near Mill and 12th, where
the pumpkin canning was view
ed. Then the group visited the vl 2th
street plant, where pears were be
ing canned. The visitations were
made following the regular week
ly luncheon session held at the
The club roted nearly four to
one yesterday to change its place
of meeting to the silver grille at
the Gray Belle.
Invitations to two charter
night events were read yesterday.
The Portland den is sponsoring.
charter night October 15 for the
new Seuwood and LInnton clubs,
and October 18 the John Day den
will observe its charter event.
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: the Dow Chemical Co- Midland.
y Mich., died at the Kahler hospit-
i al here late, today. ... - .
; There have been 140 makes of
'American passenger autos In IS
women know how to enjoy
. . . tvith purer, air I
Electric cookery is cleaner cookery! Walls do not have to berefinished
so often. There is no soot. ..no smoke. ..no smudge. ..no vitiated air.
Pots do not have to be scoured, for electric cookery is Indeed the
height of deanlines !
Foods are more thoroughly cooked. ..cost less ...taste betterThere's good
reason for all these things. Well be glad to explain. '
Qectric cookery is quicker...cleaner
and our new domestic rates make
cooking by wire cost very little!
WESTTNGHOUSE Electric Ranges in
suit that heats al
VERY ATTRACTIVE TERMS
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