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Grand Jury Asked to Probe
Situation; Keyes Says
Cure is Underway .
Asking the grand Jury to dis
regard the civil salt started by
W. C. Wlnslow to enjoin the pa
er plant from floating .cinder
nrer the city. Circuit Judge- L. II
; 21 cM aaan : yesterday instructed
that' tody to make , - lares liga
tion tar the cinder matter to deter
mine who la responsible lor- them
ad to Indict of renders.
Judge MeMahan declared the
ease, -wliich aUrted May 22. ha
ler delayed low enough. The
nit 'i scheduled for trial in Ja,n-
Walter Keyee. one of the at
torneys for the Oregon Pulp and
Paper company, declared last
nirht. that the instruction for an
Investigation la or littlo value, for
the .paper company la aireaay n
derbond to the city of Salem to
Have a. cinder incinerator of toe
4) eat and latest type constructed
fcefT. February . lilt. Agree-
snant between the paper company
-fend the city council to this eifec
4raa reached in October. ,
The company in November com
wleted at a cost of $20,000 ,con
atraetloa of a boiler, and in an
mended answer to the, complaint
died early this month, the Com
pany asserted there naa oeen no
stother from cinders oeiween aaie
of eomnletlon of the boiler and
time the anawer was filed. Do-'
eeraber S. -
Framework is now np . for" the
new incinerator, which will be in
tailed at a cost of $14,509.
ID BELIEVE POOR
(Caatlascd lrn M IV
coming assembly will be held on
fTiMttdar afternoon, when there
will be special music and speak
ers. At this time many roriner
students and graduates call to re
new high school ties.
Judges to Hare No Easy
Tinao to Select Winner
At Leslie Junior high some espe
cially inviting and attractive
-Christmas decorations hare "been
made, with the various rooms Tid
ing for the honor of the "best dec
orated study room. Judging of
this will bo held today, and It is
-said at the school that the Judges
will hare no easy Job to pick the
winner. Leslie students will hold
a Christmas assembly at r:SD
vwv Tnesdav afternoon, when
a nla will be oresented. and car-
ols. led by the music department,
will be sons.
Engleweod pupils, who have
gathered an exceptionally large
amount of food donations for the
cheer work, will have no general
Assembly program, bat eaeh room
-will hare Its own observance on
Tuesday afternoon. In the morn
ing, the upper grade children will
slnic carols thronsh the building.
At Garfield school the. obserr
ances will also bo held In the in
dividual rooms. At Grant school,
the first and second grades will
-hold a- combined Christmas pro
gram and party Tuesday arter
.noon. and tho upper grades will
also join In twoa to hold programs
in th smaller rrouos. The -school
ttniiUnr has been decorated tor
the- season, and a largo tree, elec
trically lighted, has been set np in
the-hall. Gifts for the poor have
been-gathered at tho foot of this
Prreats Invited to
Programs Starting at 2:80
Kaeh room will hold Its own
programs and parties at Washing
ton school also, wttn some roomi
4nvMnr the narents. and some
ot. These programs will atart at
rlo o'clock. This school will turn
Its donations all over to the As
sociated Charities, either tooay or
Monday and Tuesday has been
set aside at Highland school for
the children to devote time to
making Christmas gifts of pil
lows, lampshades and other ar
ticles for their mothers. Work of
gathering articles for charity baa
virtually been completed by theso
pupils. , No special programs will
te emphasized, though several of
tho rooms will probably have short
Christmas stories as part of the
Tuesday eventa. and Christmas
carols will bo aung that day by the
entire school membership.
At McKlnley and Lincoln
schools virtually the aamo pro
grams will bo carried out. Mc
Klnley pupils will hold their
event Tuesday morning- at
o'clock and tho Lincoln program
wiU be at 1 o'clock that day. A
unique Christmas parade Is plan
ned, with aU the students march
ing in one long lino from room to
room, and then down tho stairs to
the Christmas trees in tho decor
ated halls, whore carols will bo
sung. The donations for charity,
wrapped and tied in holiday at
tire, will be piled about tho foot
of tho tinseled tree. 8pecial fea
ture ! at McKlnley will bo pre
sentation of a citlsenship award,
a rase to bo given to the room
which "has boon Julged to have
made. tho greatest progress in this
line. y Several other- awards- will
be made. ,
Liko. observances are also plan
ned for the Parkr and Parrtsh
Rites Are Today
SILVERTON, Dec. 18 Arthur
Chamness, aged 66, and former
resident of SUverton, died at
Weston, December IS. Tho body
was brought to SUverton and fun
oral services will ho held Friday
afternoon at 3 o'clock from Jack
and Ekman chapel with Inter
ment in Miller cemetery. , Mr.
Chamness Is survived by one son.
TOO LATK TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Girl to assist light
housework, who can drive car. Call
4TS University street.
TEES no HOLE
.Everett Craven, former Salem
man. has been chosen as the bari
tone- soloist in the second annual
presentation, of Handel's "Mes
siah," to-bo given by the Portland
Symphony orchestra during tho
Christmas holidays, it is announc
ed by Mrs. M. i Donald Spencer,
manager of the orchestra.
The concert will be given at 3
m, Sunday, December 28, In the
Portland auditorium. The mag
nificent ' choral parts, including
tho Hallelujah" chorus, will be
iung: by the Portland Choral so
ciety of 25 trained voices. Solos
and anthems will be sung by tho
four soloists, with Mr. Craven
singing-four- solos, and throe "rec
itatives." 'Other singers are J.
MacMfllan - Mnlr. - tenor. Augusta
Welkerv soprano, and Olga Stoleo,
contralto. Wlllem van Hoogstra
ten is conductor.
Mr. Craven saag with the Port
land ; Symphony: orchestra last
March as soloist in Beethoven's
"Ninth Symphony." and won high
praise from the music critics.
Mr. Craven was a resident of
Salem until his graduation from
Willamette university In 1922.
His brother. Ronald Craven, a
singer of note, and his mother,
Mrs. Harvey "Emrick, aro Salem
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UPSETS Oil COAST
(Continued from ease 1.)
saw of its occupants, they were
struggling to clamber aboard
their overturned craft as they
were carried-toward tte ocean on
Coach guard crews left for the
scene tonight in the hope some
of those -from the launch were
stilt clinging to tho overturned
boat. Four women and three men
were believed-to have been in the
A strong tide was running out
of the bay when tho accident oc
curred. It carried the capsized
craft out to sea, the would-be res
The men in the second boat
said they were almost close
enough "to the floundering pas
sengers of tho-first launch to take
them aboard "when their own
launch was overturned.
The name of the launch or the
persona aboard it was not learned
in first accounts :Of the supposed
drowning. The would-be rescu
ers, who put out from Dillon's
beach, assumed It was from San
ELKS HDD TO
The- annual Christmas . party
sponsored by the Elks was held
Thursday night in the lodge so
cial rooms with ft 50 raised to
be added to the 9609 taken In
at tho Negro Minstrel show last
week and the $50 made through
the benefit, card .party, held . In
tho social rooms of the temple
Tuesday- night.' I Tho Elks now
havo a fund of ($1000 obtained
through tho efforts of the mem
bers and the cooperation of the
public. The fund will be used
to create Christmas cheer among
tho less fortunate people of the
"Bill' Paulus, past exalted
ruler, was 'master of ceremonies
for the Christmas party of
Thursday night and tor the ban
quet which followed the party.
Covers were placed for about
300 members at the banquet ta
ble, 'and meet ot these had been
In attendance at , the party.
Proceeding the. party- an In
formal 6-o'clock dinner was giv
en In the temple dining room tor
members of the minstrel cast.
Our Own Dairy Feed
This is our highest grade Dairy Feed and Is prop
erly mixed of Ground Grains, Mill Feeds and Concen
trates and Minerals. No screenings are mixed in but
all first class feeds.
SPECIAL CASH PRICE
80-lb. bags, $1 .40 each
I Ton, $33.00
; We do not think there Is a better Dairy Feed on
the market,' regardless of price.
D.i A. White & Sons
Phone 160, :
HD 01 Iffl
Public JnvtterJ to Program
Of Many Varied, Enter
. Annual Christmas program
for tho ' Orogom state school for
the blind will be given Friday
afternoon, -Deoember, 19. at 1:0
o'clock at the school chapoL
public Is Invited tolhe xrogram,
the numbers on; which, iwUl bo
OreiMZtra. "Rarearol. . aekoa cka-
U t Si Hiaat Kiral aeaaal; ei-
fora; teas. "O'ar Staaiaarinf JUHuua
Tawa, Cirt' OLm iak; ncttatioa,
'Ti Tm CMatswa 8irit Cotw Star-
"JoJt OU ttc !.
rtiutia."OB Claiw PaTiaj
raeal aalo, "O, Waaoe XiM." Jlama
SavCtar; orcaa -, 'aacturaa," sa
Bit- Smgtmji -ealaiaa
artstaua" Jo V Del: aaaal aaia.
(veitatioa, "Tto'Tiwa-Cfctaenaasj Maria
Siar " rya Setts raaKaliaat. Ome ml
oiffi: Tvcmi . mbtw vassw swwss v
iaa 0ac Teaatr: o-w,
wokar Bacriaaa-: reaHatiaa, "c-
fat Taiaca aad Clttra.- w.iua-
ln: ibk. vu mni."
tn kon: ' NtiuliM. "gaata. .. Clans
Tr. Willa Mrwoir raeal aolo.
"Fraai th Oria. ic.
Eraaat Nastey. Cacit Moixa. Classes Da
rim: OiriataMS Starr, mn otmmww.
Sleaa Tarbcl aad Vina BaUwia; long.
Jar t taa Wtrtd." aeaad: HOI sola.
Urana Boaata." Kraaat nwj.
JOLLITY REIGNS IT
LIONS CLUB PABTY
Fun, Jollity, visiting, a. turkey
bana net. a short, snappy program
Christmas tree ana guts .ana
then dancing and more visiting
characterised the annual Christ
mas party and Ladies night event
held at the Masonic temple last
night by tho Lions club of Salem.
Aboui 90 persons. Including Lions
and their wives and a few guests.
enjoyed the event.
Gifts distributed from the
Christmas tree were re-wrapped
and will be included in the Christ
mas cheer basket and provisions
which the Lions club will build
for four needy 'families of the
Newell Williams, president of
the club, presided over the even
ing's entertainment, assisted by
O. D. "Frosty" Olson, chairman
of the program for the evening.
The program included initiation
ot three new members, Lloyd Lee,
William Newmyer and Fred Fist,
conducted by Lion Judge George
Rossman. A. D. A. D. A. initia
tion was also on the entertain
ment. Songs offered by the Delta Phi
trio were received with enthusi
asm. The Willamette girls com
posing the trio were Edith Find
ley. Jean Middleton and Lavern
An Amos 'n Andy skit, with
take-offs on a number of the club
members, not to mention a fe
wires, was furnished by Jess Sav
age and Elmer Park. Clark
Wood, a .Willamette student,
handled the magician's wand to
amusement of tho crowd, and
Raymond Haldane and Charles
DePoe, also Willamette students.
Played piano and saxophone se
lections. Uniform Travel
Laws on Road is
Aim oi Conclave
Governor Norblad yesterday
addressed letters to the execu
tives of California, Washington,
Nevada, Arizona and Idaho, in
viting legislative committees of
those states to meet, with the
Oregon legislative committee in
Salem January 26. to confer with
relation to uniform legislation on
highway safety and traffic laws.
Representatives of the six
states will meet in San Francisco
today. -Whatever they agree on
will be recommended to the leg
islatures of the-six states The
San Francisco meeting grew out
ot the recent conference of the
western division of the United
States chamber of commerce.
For Hops Seen
As Fire Result
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec 18.
(AP) Portland hop men said
today cable reports from London
told of the loss of the equivalent
of IS. 000 American bales of hops
In a fire there. About 4000 bales
were a total loss; the reports
said, and the balance were dam
aged considerably. I
Most of the hops were brewers I
stocks and replacement ot the I
hops Is expected to cause a sharp .
rise In the London market, it;
was said.: :.
Dealers here said the loss prob
ably would lead to stronger buy-:
ing in the export trade.
231 State St
OREGON STATESMAN, Salen, Oregon, Friday Morning.
Together Alter 40
KKIEKK, Pee, tS. M.
WQliam Blake bsi as ber
honse gvest Mrs. George W.
Hart from Oataha,. Kebw,
Mrs. Blake and Mrs. Hart
were childhood friends fa
sot met for o
is tin. Harfs first trip to
Oregon and abe ezpraasea
ater delibt witli ta climate
ataul at, ft i jr. BUe- s a loves
of floweva, betngjtnterested
especially in the rowins; of
peonies and trls.
Mra. Hart goes from here
to CUtforsdafc aanl wfcffte-trnweMnsr-
oanlavs.or anf or
marlosi on tfco flora of
loss is m
i ; m . m. m a.
- ttwnnia. iiaaa pas si
Tho main, building was a aub-
ky F. N. Derby, and was valued
lat fO.OO. Ho Carried $20,080
I ... m v
1 maurancw. npvearva iu
1 as though the walla WOIW HOt
1 damaged, but the interior and
roof were rirtnaUy a- total loss.!
lag appeared doomed. specUtora
lent a hand to remove stored
goods from, tho interior:: these
goods were moved back when the
fire died down.
Pampers Work Both
Ways -to Keen np Pressure
Pumpers worked from the hy-1
drant and the tire cistern at the
foot of Ferry street and main-1
tainodigood pressure throughout 1
mithd MVM-at atMma niii a
jthe jrfMe Additional lines were
run from Front street hydrants.
Mr. Archerd and L. C. Mattb.es.
foreman of the mill,, bad left the
place- only an hour and a ' half
before. They were attending the
Christmas party at the Elks
lodge when notified of the fire.
Mr. Archerd could scarcely con
ceive of anyone setting the place
afire as he said lie didn't know
he had a single enemy.
The chain of fires which has
aroused popular fears includes
the burning of the lumber mill
near Falls City, the grain ware
house and mill at Independence,
the Larmer warehouse, and tho
Turner mill and elevator Tha
Spaulding mill narrowly escaped
destruction, an1 fh lnmaM. I
cea about the starting of the tire I
excited suspicions. It was learn-
ed that fire broke out In three
places in the mill. .Grain ware
houses seem to be a particular
target, this being the third ot its
Hundreds of people witnessed
the fire last night, and many
more saw the blaze from points
about town and telephoned to lo
PITIFUL ra IS
Font ey mi
(Contlaatd frea pars 1)
staging auch a brave battle
against adverse circumstances."
Cost of Meals a Cents.
"The breadwinner was electro
cuted In an accident four years
ago and since that data there
have been times when the entire
family existed on an average in
come of 13.00 or $4.00 per week
makine each meal cost two I
cents." the Ensign stated.
"Two of the beds where . the
children sleep are without mat
tresses a quilt being used as a
substitute" Williams says "and
I determined right there that
those splendid children would
hare mattresses before another
The need Is greater this year
and the response to tho 'Good
Will' appeal should be much
larger than It is to date, says
Williams. "Mail In that check
now." . -.
Janet Gay nor is
HONOLULU. Dec 18 IAP)
Janet Gaynor, motion picture Ac
tress who submitted to an appen
dicitis operation as Queen's hos
pital here early today, was "doing
very nicely" tonight. Dr. Joseph
E. Strode, her physician, announc
POt. . IKS
i- Skin Freshener
Compltti Enstmblt St
' VodpeH end Had
V Dress . ,
Court & Liberty Salem
ages of zumr
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Ir.iUSIC OF FffiCI!
Heah-Kah-Flie Quartet, With
' Mrs. Burghardt at Piano
In Recital JHere
Bv OLIVa? -rJOAI?
' Tho as irk of Cesar Franck
stepned from : tho ' nstat and his
oatnedrsl organ at Sainte-CIot-
ildo lived and breathed in his glor
ious "Quintet" number played on
Tbaraday night by ttke Neah-Kah-Nle
string quartet with Mrs. Wil
liam H. Barsaardt assisting at the
piano. Tho dear.rounded notes ot
tho piano nnder tho bands of Mrs-.
Burghardt, notes now soft -and
then with . a sweep of powerful
dynamic made a glorious 1c!
groand anon whicJa the sarlntT
anartet-wxnr. theletsal and dra
matic pattern of the theme dream
ed by Franck. Tho pattern was
wovenl in such precision, with.
suck amootk and gewtertnl awo
that- at tisaaa the andiona see;
ed rifted to breathleaa acstacy.
This number was heard for the
first time to Salem Tbaraday night
in the -radona- environment of
tho home or: atr. and Mrs. O..P.
Johnson, where aort lights and
charming eirpoiniments aided In
bringing the rdusie of the great
masters to the audience. ,
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a S.A .
I B -An . f th.
splendid appearance of tho quar
tet, Susie Fennel Pipes, first vio
lin; Herbert Sorenson, second vio
lin: Alexander vdovin, viola, and
Michel Peaha, violin cello, as It
was arranrod at one end of the
long drawing room of 'the John-
The entire program of Thurs-
day night presented a symposium
of whimsy, sentiment, majesty
I ana dramatic dynamics, an ar-
tlstically Interpreted by tho quar-
tet with ease, and understanding
between tne players. Each one
molded his part into a delightfully
Hayden's Quartet, Op. 78, No,
1, witn four movements was
beautiful; especially the adagio
sostenuto. Much applause was
also accorded the artistic pres
entation of "An Irish Melody"
Salem Chamber Music society,
of which Mrs. Monroe Gilbert is
president, is well repaid for any
difficulties met in the past for
the superior program sponsored
Count; Girl Dies
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec 18.
(AP)- Dr. George H. Buck, phy
sician and surgeon, was arrested
nero today charged with man
slaughter in connection with the
death of Helen Cleator. 20.
Miss Cleator died today. Dr.
Baca is alleged to nave per
formed an illegal operation upon
her. The. complaint against tho
.doctor was sisned br the alrl's
ratner, W. C. Cleator.
Dr. Back was held under 110.-
000 bail and his office assistant.
Marlon White, was held under
flOOO bail as a material wit
Dr. Buck, police said, admit
ted performing the operation but
said it was legal and ethical In
that tt was necessary to aave the
The district attorney's office
announced an Inquest will be
C1 OUJIdI A O.IKS
Norblad' s Plan
Governor Norblad Is to go to
Oregon City today to investigate
the- qualifications of the several
attorneys who are candidates to
sncceed Judge J. U. Campbell of
the Clackamas county circuit
court. Judge Campbell recently
was elected associate Justice ot
the state supreme court and. will
assume his new duties "January
It was said that virtually or
ery lawyer In Clackamas county
Is an applicant for the circuit
For onlv a third
me regular one-way fare yon
can buy a roundtrip to points
ia Caiiiornia, Oregon, Wash-
Tbeae ticfats are good le-Ia-Deccmber
IS to 25, Re
turn limit January aw
Sisaflar redneed fares to alt
SoothcrnPactAc points iaOre
con wim sal dates of Decenv
bcr IS to January I. Retncn
limit Janaary Cv
Your Southern Pacific agent
will gladly give yon the fare .
sa the place yon want to visit.
Phone him today.
City Ticket Office
1S1 S.-Liberty Telephone SI
13th Oak Telephone 41
December 19. 1930
Board . .
By OLTVE 1L DOAK
e e -
Today Charles Far-
roll in Unom with which
u beur co-featured the "Boy
tares -being: sponsored by lo
cal Boy Scouts.
' Today Dorothy Mackaill
In "The Office Wife.
Today Richard Arren
Tedar George O'Brien in
Last of tho Duenea."
There am two unusual fea
tures at the Blsinom today
"LUlom" in which is starred the
young actress Rose Hob art and
Charles FarreU and the second
la that Bar Scout Jamboree, the
international meeting of Scouts
held In Birkenhead, ISngland,
this past season. The latter will
be ot keenest Interest to parents
and boys, really It is of genuine
interest to the publle at large,
for It tells la -most Interesting
fashion the life and. work of
young America as it Is lived
through the activities of the Boy
"Llliom" has the splendid act
ing of, Charles . FarreU as an
astounding braggart and egoist,
a side show barker who has his
public" to consider. Hand
some, Insolent, spoiled, the- Idol
of women and as for him wom
en are Just another conquest
which make up tho greater part
ot his "public". Then comes
Rose Hobart, dramatic, deep.
cleverly subtle, and wins the
only real feeling the handsome
braggart has ever felt.
A tragedy In which most spec
tacular photography assists in
developing a plot unlike any so
far developed tor tho 3creen.
Ton will be mistified interested
and questioning concerning this
play Is my guess.
D vt forget the Boy scouts
are sponsoring both features.
By ZOLLIB2 VOLCHOK
If you didn't get tho Mickey
Mouse club's present which Is
given to every member, yon can
get them this Saturday at the El
slnore. Every mouse be there.
M. M. C.
One ot the purposes of the club
to help the needy. Chief Mc-
ntyre says . all will help carry
out this purpose. So this Mon
day the Klslnore wilt havo a free
matinee, which Is the purpose to
help the poor. To gain admission
you have to bring either vegeta
bles , some sort of food, old.
clothes, or a toy. These things
will then be turned over to the
Salvation Army and will be deliv
ered to the poor Christmas morn
ning. Remember Monday from 2:00
o'clock until f o'clock.
M. M. C.
Betty Hurley won the keds last
M. M. C.
Help the poor.
. M. M. C.
Again we were entertained
from Barbara Barnes School of
Dance. Last week it was Jean
Adams who did a wonderful tap
and acrobatic dance.
M. M. C.
Come Monday tor a good cause.
m. &L e. ,
Let's have a yell tor the chief
He he he's an right
Who who who's all right
, Home of ' 25c Talkies
TODAY and SATURDAY
Special Mickey Mouse Matinee
Saturday S P. M.
Also Lloyd namHtesi Talking
"saear, nuts cotnedjr and
- news i
la Crd Episode of
"Tho Lob. Defender
urt I ii J
He's aU tight
. Who's all sight
If. M. C.
n favorite. WllMam naines
Is back again this time la ta ill
llughlng riot -Remote Control.
TanAfaui ssA Murdit's "SeuoB."
Idea, our Mickey Mouse and the
last chapter of "roe aiyaienoua
" V W ...
Airman" don't miss It.
M. M. C.
Besides all this Chief Mcln
tyro baa a-real surprise for us.
He says it's going to be good.
Don't forget Monday.
M. M. C.
f Continued from page 1)
knives and swung at this mem
ber of tho extensive budret ram
Hy. Recorder Poateea'a count
showed the ayes, aad nays evenly
divided at seven each. The may
or quickly voted "no on the mo
tion to strike the ssooe from the
The-Jeft wing of the eouncll-
maaie family voted as a unit to
eut the - allowances o its relief
fstnd, and its- two-mill fire levy.
Included in the reduction group
were Hugnes, jonnson, kowiis.
O'Hara, Olson, Townsend and
Vandervort. Standing firm to
leave the budget as it was were
Averett, Dancy ' Hendricks, Kuhn,
Patton. Purvine. Wilkinson and
Budget Slightly More
Than One for 103O
When the 14 aldermen had
agreed on the outlay for 19 SI. a
total ot S9S,S86 showed as the
total sum to be raised by the city
to carry on its work. The amount
is less than S2000 in excess of tho
total levy of 1930 and 19857.60
less than the budget agreed upon
and submitted by the budget com
mlttee 20 days ago.
Acting on motion of Alderman
O'Hara the council pared $3 OS 2. SO
from the appropriation for In
terest, O'Hara explaining that an
amount slightly In excess ot In
terest needs had been secured In
Principal debate at the meeting
was evoked by Alderman Hughes
motion to cut the street repair
fund by half a mill. Purvine con
tended that there was need of
work during this winter and that
street repair was a reasonable
method of providing such employ
ment. Alderman Hughes said ho
did not approve of providing non
YOU ARE READING
THIS LITTLE AD
Because the Dollar Sign
caught yonr eye.
By the same token the
purchase of "Scrip", the
Ideal Gift, for Christmas,
will catch your eye, and
will save yon money.
$10.00 Books f 9.00
Ask at Boa Office
HEALTH ill IKE
L'l BUDGET IS HI
PICTURES OF THE INTERNATIONAL
BOY SCOUT JAMBOREE
Taken at Birkenhead, England
, Sonnd L
ley tor work which did not need to
be done aad which could not be
done economically during tho
Alderman Dancy made, the de-
tense or the two-mm nre levy
which Alderman Kowltt held was
notaedi. .- -
"Wo have Just completed a
three-station building and equip-
I a a a-awha MAW lei vt afeanjrl Carl Ts ta trie
secure now is needed to pay the
wages of the men who man these
plants and to- keep- the property
adequately equipped, said . Dancy.
"Reduction of the levy would
mean either closing of two sta
tions or else reducing wages
throughout tho system. No busi
ness ever succeeded by not pay
ing a fair wage and the fire de
partment will not either.
Girls to Sing
Carols at Old
Girls ol the- SA grade at Leslie
I Junior high school will slag car
ols aro Leona Lefsy, Theo- Beck,
Wllma Godsey, Muriel Martin
Ruby -Pierce, Betty Baker, Jo Z3Ta
Sandlfer, Vernfta Bellinger, Ell
sabeth Bird. Margaret Gillette
and Florence Utter.
Mias Eleanor Tensing. Leslie
teacher. .. win aeeoapany the
group and cars wlU bo tarnished
by Mrs. H. & LsUy. Mrs. fi. B.
Gillette and Mrs; F. L. Utter.
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