The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 16, 1931, Page 2, Image 2

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salera. Oregon. Wednesday Morning. September 16, 1831'
riiv Ptiio to
System is Outlined Before
Labor Delegates at
Tuesday Session
, CContlnued Xrom piCe 1)""
referred to a committee, and cop
ies win be sent to Detroit, Mick.,
where- the national convention of
the legion- will be held next week.
Thirteen sew resolutions were
Introduced at the morning ses
sion. 'These Included a, plea for
national unemployment insurance
to cover all workers, nationalisa
tion ; of railroads, regulation 'of
. contract haulers, fixing responsi
bility of auto track accidents up
on' the employers as well as the
drivers, and urging the establlsh-
. ment of a fire-day week and six
hour day for workers.
Other resolutions provided for
; placing a certain manufacturing
company, . tax-cab company, bak
ing company nnd ke cream pan-;
ufacturlng concern on nlon la
bor's unfair list.
A -plee tor support of the campaign-
to- release- Tom Mooney
from the California" state! peni
tentiary, -came before the conyen
tlon In the form -of (a letter writ
ten by- Mooney asking lor nnan
clal anppbrt. Joe Reed. Portland
iioiorttK.' took the- floor -.ana
urged that the ! letter be given
careful consideration. Heed also
asked that the case of Billings be
considered along with Mooney'a
letter. -c
Mooney . set out In his letter
that bis case probably would re
ceive consideration at the time
the Pardon Mooney convention is
bold In San Francisco In October.
Bennett Explains
Bond Issae Plam ;
J. B. Bennett, state senator
from Multnomah county, urged
the federation to support his
plea if or the state to raise $50.
D0,00, which would: be loaned
to owners - of real property at " a
low rate of interest He declared
that such a program would re
lieve unemployment, encourage
building, prevent mortgage fore
closures and place a large amount
of money in circulation. The
convention's committee on law
and legislation was ordered to
confer with Bennett ; regarding
the plan.
C. C Hulet, master of the Ore
gon state grange,: made an effec
tive plea tor cooperation between
the laborer and producer. He de
clared that a better marketing
system was needed. Hulet also
said he was opposed to, patng
excessive salaries to nigh officials
while the laboring man and the
-farmer are unable to : live de
cently. He further requested
that closer consideration be given
to th qualifications of men who
seek public office.
"Just so long as we continue
to elect men who vote with the
special interests. Just so .long we
may expect to be kept from se
curing those rights and privileges
that are Justly ours" he declared.
Machine ege Get
BUh In Address '
The "machine age, coupled with
the lack of foreign markets, waa
declared responsible for the busi
ness depression , and- unemploy
ment situation by James -Taylor,
prealdenf of the Washington state
federation of labor. j
"Virtually everything that we
use at the present time is now
manufactured In f torelgii coun
tries with" American money." Tay
lor said. "As a result of this
and other causes we must adjust
ourselves to a domestic market
and allow Europe to Uke care of
Itself. Labor believes in the de
velopment -of - the machine to a
limited degree, but not to such
. an extent that it will rob - our
people of employments - --
Taylor ssid the Washington
state federation of i labor would
oppose the creation of a sta po
lice department, such as was au
thorized in Oregon at the 131
legislative session.
"I fear that eventually , you
will have the Pennsylvania con
stabulary," he said, - . .
Eugene Smith of Portland dis
cussed International war debts
and other problems.
Remitting war Debt
Payments Favored
Smith proposed that as h
creditor nation pays to the Unit
ed States its annual anilities
that congress remit to a commis
sion in such creditor country the
moner received. This money later
would be spent by the commis
sions of the several countries for
the uplift and benefit of their
people. He said, such an plan
would Increase wages, eliminate
competition, promote trade and
commerce, and in the end restore
prosperity. "
Other speakers Included J. J.
Hansaker and Otto Kartwlg ex
president of the P. Oregon state
federation of labor.
Hsrtwig declared that the six
hour day for workers appeared
Ideal In the solution of the un
employment problem. .'
: Additional telegrams were re
ceived by the convention yester
day urging that the 132 meet-
) y
The Call
Board .. .
::m-ur ayyyy'y
Today Leslie Howard and
" ; Conchia Montenegro in
"Never the Twain Shall
Meet; :
Friday Roth Chatterton in
"The Magnificent
:':; M -.y. i ' i '--; y-
i I ,4 THE GRAND i .
Today Helen Twelvetreea in
"Millie." . r
Friday Mary Plckford i in ?
;theholltw6od s, .
Today Genevieve Tobln in
, "Free Love." - I -'
Friday Buck Jones In The
pawn Trail." :;., i -;j
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Director j Van Dyke included- a
number of the South, Sea. dances
In scenes ef; "Never The: Twain
Shall Meet.? which opens today at
Warner Bros. Elslnore. The ; pic
ture , is a f ilmizatlon of the well
known Peter B. , Kyne novel of
the disintegration which follows
upon, the .mixture - of ' east and
west. : ,p; : , .1.. ,, ,
K Heading the cast -axe Leslie
Howard,' remembered fortius out
standing work in "Outward
Bound"; CenchlU Montenegro, a
newcomer rroin Spain, ana u. Au
brey Smith,! who played the title
role in "The Bachelor. Father."
; Important roles are also played
by Karen Morley. who scored as
the traglo f dancer of "Inspira
tion"; Mitchell Lewis, Hale Ham
ilton,' Clyde Cook, Bob Gilbert,
Joan ! Standing and Eulalie Jen
sen. . , ; : ' ; i
Manager Marty Schwart an
nounc 4 that he has signed for: all
the latest Fox pictures, these to
be shown in Salem at a very ear
ly date.- They ; will include Will
Rdgers in "Young as Yon Feel,'
"Bad Girl," i "Merely Mary Ann"
and such like new productions.
fug en SUIT
. 4 CContmne4 from page 1) J
land, Oregon to conduct revival
servteesi S i .
"Just L headlines, Dave!' sighed
Mrs. Mcpherson-Hutton, as she
read the charges. "Just head
lines! i I told yon I'd get yon into
some sort of mess. If yon married
me." - n ' ' '! -I : . -s! " : i
fit V wort It, dear," Hutton
smiled, dimpling. !
Up In Las Vegas, Nevada, Guy
Edward Hudson moved to get out
of the legal tangle! in which he
found "himself shortly after he
took Mrs. Kdunedy as a bride by
a moonlit lake In 4 Washington.
He filed suit for divorce , from
lira. L. Margaret Newton-Hudson.
Mrs. Kennedy previously had had
her marriage to him annulled af
ter. their honeymoon had been In
terrupted by the discovery of Mrs.
Kewton-Hudsn's .prior claim to
him. . ;
Delegates Are
Theatre Guests
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State federation of labor- con
vention delegates were the guests
of Manager .Marty' Schwarts of
Warner Bros, Elslnore Tuesday
night for a. preview of Laurel and
Hardy's latest comedy, "Pardon
US." .1 - . ,;. ; ; r-
The picture was sent down from
Portland for the pleasure of the
visiting delegates. i -
NEW YORK.! Sept. 15 (AP)
The Association of Life Insurance
Presidents reported today new life
insurance.- production 'in I August
made the besf showing since last
Februkry. ,l .. I i.
lng of the federation be held at
Astoria. An Invitation from an
Astoria hotel,; which mentioned a
"key to the wine cellar, received
prolonged applause. - - ;J
Communications from various
Parent-Teacher organisations and
other women's groups urged the
convention t give careful con
sideration to a resolution intro
duced yesterday indorsing the pro
posal to modify the prohibition
law. These., eommumcatlons
voiced' strong ! opposition to such
action 5. on the part of the j Oregon
federation of labor, j i
The delegates will spend most
of this afternoon on a itrlp to
Sliver li Creek falls. The ' annual
convention banquet Is scheduled
for Wednesday night. I
Home of .
25c Talkies
Tonight 1 Is Radio or j
DATenport Night I
A picture filled with Joy and
sunshine ' and. happy smiles,
taken tronv "the Broadway
Stage hit. "Half Gods." by Sid
ney Howard. . . 1
With Genevieve Tobln, Conrad
NageL Zae Pitts. .Monroe
Owsley and 811m Summervillo
Also Educational : Cotnedr,
News, and Cartoon Comedy
WsL L-l y -
Welfare Agencies Meet to
Prevent y Duplication,,
: - Assure Efficiency :
; t Continued from pace 1) .
tender of Judge Rossman for as
sistance. It was also voted to dis
tribute the funds which are to be
raised through existing charity
organizations. -, i j.--,vf I
. It' was felt that in the Associa
ted Charities - and the r Salvation
Army there were bodies already
at work and with faculties and
experience which could be used to
advantage. ' - Their . need has been
funds and this the finance com
mittee will undertake to supply.
. Salem Is not to be a haven of
refuge for the destitute and wil
fully idle Iron over the country.
Transients are to be sent on ; to
their homes. The people , to re
ceive first consideration Tare the
local people, though ot course
temporary relief would be extend
ed ; to transients. , Discussion of
Drovislon of employment also
came up; and'through other, com
mittees it is planned to stimulate
the provision of jobs for men and
women, giving them opportunity
to. earn something by labor. Pub
lic bodies will provide consider
able work.' but that will go first
to the heads of faniillea.-
Guy Named Head
Oi Water Board
At Initial Meet
DALLAS, ' Sept. 15 Members
of the newly created water com
mission were called together
Monday, night by Mayor Leif S.
Finseth.'N. L. Guy who was ap
nointed for a five year terkn was
elected chairman of the board.
August Risser will serve as tem
porary secretary, these duties to
be taken over by the manager
when selected which will
ably not be until the bonds for
purchase of the plant have'; been
Other members of the commis
sion are W. 8. Muir appointed for
a four-year term, F. J. Craven for
three years, C. W. Henkle far two
years and Mr. Risser one : year.
Ralph Purvine
Goes , East For
Ralob. Purrine. son of Mrj and
Mrs. S. E. Purvine. 55 Univer
sity street, '. departed by ; jtratn
Tuesday night in company with
two Willamette university class
mates, for Philadelphia, where he
will enter Jefferson Meoicai
school for a four-year course. He
was active inathlatle circles at
Willamette and served as sports
manager. He graduated last June.
. Accompanying Purvine ,: Were
Leslie Frewing,-Bethel, who will
enter John HODkina university- at
Baltimore, and : LaRaut Lewis,
Eugene, who aueaaea wiuamene
for his first two : college yars.
LawIi will take un his second
year's work at Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology, Boston Tne
collere-bound vounc : men will
pick up Lars Nelson, who gradu
ated here last June., at spoicane
Mc Adams Will
Direct College
Telescooe Work
I. L. ' McAdama of Salem
been called to Mt. Angel i college
to give instructions in the
and manipulation - of the
scone. :-. - i ;
Mr Mc Adams will take part ev
the work handled by Father
Ho. who died there recently.
will stay there nntil proper aa
Justments have been made
14-Day Round Trips
frozxi Salem
To: -
, Albany .
Aurora ; L.
Canbr -
' Harrisbnrg
Junction City
Monroe5 H-:..
Oregon -City
Go any. day Sept. 15 to
Oct. 15, 1931J
DEPOT: ' '
New Senator Hotel
2 (j4:Vtl4l
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Late Sriorts
ROCK 8PRLVG3. Wyo Sept.
1. (AP) Jack Dempser,
former heavyweight . champioa
of the world, poshed four op
ponents abovt the ring at will
in m exhibition beat here to
night. " -. -.
Sailor Jack Smith, Odlf ornla,
was the only knockout victim.
He rushed the ex-chaiupioe. te
the ropes la the opelng rownd.
bat 80 seceBds Inter was on the
PORTLAND. Ore., Sept. IS.
(AP) Wesley Xetchell, hard-hit-,
ting southpaw fighter, tonight
added Georgie, Dixon, Portland, to
his knockout list with a technical
knockout in the fourth round of
A scheduled 10-round fight,
i'- Ketchell weighed lit, Dixon
In the preliminaries, Kenneth
Kent, 147, Long-view, won .a six
round decision over Jack Kent
worth, 140, Portland; Mickey
Tradd, 142; ' Chicago, won In six
rounds from Ray -Depinto, 144;
Portland; Pat 0Day. lit. Al-
bina, gained a four-round decision
over Johnny Garvey, 1 2 3, Sacra
mento, ana Anay Birnay, 120,
Portland, defeated Al - Mustola.
US, Clatskanle, in four rounds.
Beloved Pete
Parade Here
' Once upon a time a little girl
worked very -hard to earn some
money and when It, was tightly
elutched in her hand she marched
to a pet store and' purchased a
toy terrier dog; a roly-poly puppy
whose funny little' face had been
stealing her heart for days. .
No thought of ice cream cones,
candy or clothes could creep into
the heart of the small maid and
tease away from her the precious
puppy. She took , It home and
then followed some of the happi
est hours of. her life, while she
and the pup romped about the
yard. -With a pet to play with
like tne nappy dog tnere was no
urge to play at the neighbors
and mother was much relieved.
Then came a sad day when
some carelessly constructed per
son came along and stole the
puppy and left a broken hearted
child. In time grandparents were
able to present a week bunny-
rabbit, yellow and round-eyed to
the unhappy youngster and now
the rabbit is arousing a new in
terest and teaching the child a
stm wider love for pets.
The child Is Katherlne Godly.
nine year old daughter of TAr.
and Mrs. T. R. Godley, and her
present pet is "Beauty". It w
to be entered In the "pet parade"
which the Mickey Mouse members!
of Warner Bros. Elslnore . win
present In Salem within , short
The idea of emphasizing the
beauty and Importance of pets in
the life ot a child is splendid, and
what the parents will learn about
their children's love anar pnae
and interest in their pets as
shown in this parade will not un
likely be a surprise to them.
Vilstfup Faces
Larceny Charge
George Yilstrup, a farmer at
Marlon was bound over to the
grand Jury yesterday by Justice
Miller B..Hayaen.- vxisimp
ajinAri a Tnrtnlaht aao of lar
ceny by. bailee. Hay den had the
case under advisement. ( viistrup
Is said to have taken hay under
chattel mortgage and to -have
sold It to a party who knew noth
ing of the. mortgage. Hayden
set 'Vilstrup's ball at $500 and
this the latter- furnished.
i Collins ,
Jesse W. Collins died In this
elty September-IB. aged 99. Fu
neral announcement later by W. T.
Rlgdon & Son. j
SOUTH SEA; ISLES - Will Gladden You
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talkie kit with "
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i 1 Latest Naws ErenU
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Mass Meeting Fails to Take
Secret I Vote of rPatrons"
On Teaching Methods
' (Continued Cram page.; lf .:' i
President Landers observed that
LaGrande had : recently roted
bonds to support its normal school
and Indicated that Monmouth
inight . lose its normal school If
jt did not rally to Its support. He
said If it did It would become the
laughing stock fit the state. ..
: Patrons of the school took little
part-In the meeting and 4he secret
written i ballot - which had ' been
planned to determine the state of
public opinion on.the; school -was
not called for. " ; ' -1 . ' --
Shortlr after the meeting was
to be calfed a number of mem
bers of the Monmouth faculty, the
members of the football team and
the president came Into the meet
ing place.; : 1 .
Senior i High Students are
Urged to Register- for ;
y (Coming Semester 1
1 The senior high school office
will be open tonight from T until
10 o'cloafc to accommodate-working
students who have not already
registered for the coming term,
Principal Fred Wolf, announced
yesterday. He is nrging that all
prospective senior high students
who intend to enter school this
term register, before; Friday of
this week. 1"
The influx of students from
outside the Salem school district
is continuing at the rate of eight
or more dally and points to a
ltrger enrollment than in 1930,
New pupils from outside who
have registered during the past
few days, and their class, are as
follows: Wallace Chandler, Juih
tor. Turner; Wilfred McKay;
sophomore. Turner; Mary Lou In
gram, senior, Albany; Lyle Bish
op, sophomore. Grant high school,
Portland; Lorain Hickman, Juni
lor, Springfield;- Ethel Toung,
senior, Stlverton; Dorothy Seder,
sophomore. Rose burg; Henry
Hochspeier, Junior, Jefferson high
school,; Portland.
Marjoiie Sanders, aenlor, Taft,;
Calif.: Rachel Hunt, senior. Stay
ton: FrediH. Heltzel, senior, Sun
nyside, Wash.; Eleanor Thomas,
Junior, Bridge Creek; Marjorie
Harritt, sophomore. Sacred Heart
academy; ! Margie Oilman, junior,
Jefferson 1 high school, PortUnd;
Johnnie S. Rutschman, senior,
Whitewater, Kan.; Linda Scott,
sophomore, Iynree, 8. D.; Rich
ard Johannsen, junior, Sheridan;
Barney Malsom, sophomore, Ma
pleton; Virginia Person, senior,
G range vllle; Alberta Mills, junior,
Dallas; Nell! ta Bundy, sophomore,
Los Angeles; Ralph gorahan. Jun
ior, Sheridan; Paul Croce, soph
omore, Wlllamlna; Hattle Frits,
junior. Sacred Heart academy,
and Frances Park, senior, Oregon
City.- .. .. ; ,
Divorces Given
Two in Circuit
. Court Tuesday
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Two divorces were granted
yesterday by Judge Gale S. Hill,
neither defendant making an ap
pearance, ;
Vivian JL. Jenney who married
Richard W. Jenney In Lane coun
ty April IJ, 192. said her hus
band was cruel, striking her
while shewas pregnant, and ly-
. . . my love i real, ever
lasting!" '
merican i beauty or South Sea
passion-flovrer which did his
. heart choose ? '. ,
lng to her about his age, modi ot
work . and-T financial itand(ng
She was awarded the custody: ot
their one small daughter; and the
right to - demand - through ta
court some relief ' from her ! di
vorced husband "When be becomes
of age. -'.'' - . !, if :
1 Lola M. McNabb won a divorce
from Newton A. McNabb and the
restoration of- her maiden name
of Lois M,. MeGowan. The two
were . married ' November . tO,
1919. - He nagged her and mis
treated her. Mrs. McNabb said I in
"her complaint against .her hWs-
band. : 7: yiiyy --.''J
Vernon Wedel o f
C Silverton Hurt,
yy Friendly Tussle
MONMOUTH, Sept 15 (Special)-
Vernon Wedel of Silver?
ton, who registered this week as
a student at the Oregon Normal
school, was seriously Injured last
night in a friendly tnssle with H.
W. ! Morlan, " former Monmouth
mayor, .The injured young , man
regained consciousness tonight. I
' It waa reported that the tifo
men were scuffling in front of
the i Morlan -confectionery when
Wedel fell and his head struck
the concrete walk. Concussion of
the: brain resulted,' It was said.
Wedel was a former O. S. CV sttt-
dent. and was expected , to be
promising football ; candidate on
the normal school squad this falL
Sahtiam Rights
I Hearing is Se
The city of Salem, has been In
vited to participate , In - public
hearing of the state hydroelectric
commission on Monday, ' Octobe
5, at which time objections to the
peti 1 1 o n e d appropriation bjt
O'Neill Bros, and Calls ghan com4
panyj for 6 5 9 cubic feet of watefj
from the North Santlam river for,
diversion for power purposes,. will;
be Jieard. The city of Salem, the
state; fish commission, and 1 the
state game commission have filed
protests against; the proposed di
vision. : s li"
Holman Speaker
For Lions Meet
Rufus Holman, state treasurer.
will address the Lions club at the
Thursday noon I meeting, at the
Gray Belle this week. He has net
announces nis sunjecc
Moslc for . the ! program will, be
supplied by Miss Claudine Gerth,
BOSTON, Sept. 15. (AP)
The International Typographical
union voted today to uphold the
opposition of its resolutions com
mittee to a five-day week; pro-
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, fTlHE washing and ironing job that i clothes. Your ironing finished with
:X once requvcd days of your time I the lovely sheen that only expert hand
can now be done without work or fa- i laundressei can equaL r
dgue in a few hours. You wash from j i The new Thor Washer and th
8 to 10 A.M. You iron from 2 to 4 P.M.'. i new Thor Rotary Speed Iron cooi
Thus you save froni two to four hours i bincd now cost you less than was
of washing time and six hours 1 ; J formerly asked for a good
at least of ironing time. T(our (ffffuK washer alone. See them work
hnndtyis done bettercleaner in daily demonstrations at our
and with gentle safety to -tZy'-' ' store, j
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237 If. UBtrty
California Firm Headed! by
; ; Elliott, Acquiring new.'
7 he Says f
-A number - of additional water
companies in California have re
cently been purchased by ? the
California Water Serrlce company
and merged With it, -Earl C. El
liott, president ef that company
and 6f I the Oregoa-Washington
Water Service company said yes
terday while on a brief visit
here. Elliott said - negotiations
had beetle completed : for the pur
chase of j several ' properties" In
southern! . Califernia 1 including
those at San .Gabriel and Coroaaf
no. Tne aeais await ,tne approv
al of the California railroad com
mission, i 1 ,; .t j- -yi .-
" Elliott f was north on business
meat of whkh he transacted yes
terday iri Seattle' where he went
by airplane from Oakland. I He
returns this morning from Port
land to California by airplane.
1 While in Salem, Elliott con
ferred with J. ,T..1J3elahey, mana
ger of . the , Oregon-Washington
Water Service company, and with
Walter E. Keyes. . local counsel
for the company. : - "r :. .fi
' - He- had no comtient to make
on the Water situation nero Oth
er than to remark that he was
Informed - on the steps
had '' taken I and " Iras
developments ; with in-
the city '
wn is Hue
, LONDON, Sept 15 (AP)
Great Britain's Atlantic fleet man
euvers for this year were expend
ed today F by the admlrality and
the ships were recalled, tfl tarbo'r
because of "unrest' among the
personnel as a result of wago cuts
which are a part of the new gov
ernment economy program. i
"5The announcement was made
In a statement from the admiral
ty; which said: i i
"The senior officer of the At
lantlc fleet has reported that pro
mulgation! of reduced, rtes of na
: 5alcinr Oregon f
fitablisKed 1868
Commercial an!
. iiislhiiejt 1tb Ir(d)imeTi?
and Ironer now $11G.00;
val pay has led to unrest among a
section ef the lower' rating.
Tin consequence of this-be has :
deemed 'it - desirable to suspend :
the program, of exercises ot the ;
fleet- and to recall the ships ; to j
harbor while Investigations are
being made into representations
of hardship occasioned by certain
of the cuts 'In pay In order that
these may be reported; for consid
eration of the board of admirals."!
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i SEATTLE, fcept. 15. (AP)
Arrested while returning from the
funeral of his uncle, Howard A.
King, alias' Ray Reynolds, 22, was
held In the city Jail here tonight
on charges of participating in four
holdups in Denver.. ; f:. . ;; j ; ;;
I Informed that King. long sought!
as a fugitive, would attend the fu
neral ot his uncle, William ! B.
King, city detectives attended the
rites and. trailed the mourners af
ter the service; to the deceased's
home,' where they arrested the
young man as he stepped fro at ,
an automobile. .-T;- 1 M '
Officers said he contested te i
four Denver holdups. Mi i-- i 1 !r
i King; the detectives said, is the
son of T. A. King, West Kir, Ore.j !
tlmberman, and attended r school !
In Eugene and later at the Color
ado! School of Mines. !
Contest Closes i jjjj
On Pho tographs
Of Local Youth
ill...; .v. ..tvi.r! Hiijj
The Kennell-Ellis studios today
close the contest for kiddies' pho-
tographa which has been in,pro-l;
gress for the last month In con'j:
junction with I The st&tesmas.
Miss Doris Bacon ! said yesterday
she still had a number of vacant
appointment hours during! which
she would be glad to have kiddies'
photographed-BabIes from five
months to bne jyear of age are
welcomed as well as children
from! one year to flvei years; of
age. f A special class in the con
test will be twins. . !: I'liji
' Proofs of sittings muit be back
to the studio by Saturday night.
September 26. Judges will work
next X week and winners will be 4
announced state fair week. All or !
the photograph will be on di-!
play at a booth at the fair. ; ; j
Savinsrs Department,
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Salta Ore.
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