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Cloady today and Thurs
day, moderate temperatnret
Max. Tenip. Tuesday 2,
Min. SI, river 1JI feet,
cloudy, southwest wind.
45 ' CIRCULATION
. January, '32
Net paid, daily, Sunday 6540
MZMBEB A. B. O.
Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, February 24, 1932
Says no Inducement Offer
Nor "Pressure" Played
Part in Decision
Meyers9 Jazz Notes
Fail to Win Votes;
He Runs Poor Sixth
Dore 2 -to-1 Leader Over Nearest Rival, who
Is Harlin, Incurnbent; Streetcar Hostess
Candidate Cant Muster 5000
OEATTLE, Feb. 23 (AP) Vic Meyers' "cap and bells"
O campaign to win a nomination in the mayorality primary
YANKEE AIRMAN 1 Chinese are Nobody's Green Pastures J I A Q A M 1 0
inimniiui 1 ml - -hsy o w om&c m iiuiifi if iv
( I II II iii iu
Had Delivered Plane Sold
To Chinese, Caught in
Raid Over Soochow
Appraisal Pointed! was repudiated today in a near record-breaking vote, while Qn.ce in U. S. Army Aviation
With an early lead, which steadily mounted as the re
turns came in, John E. Dore, prominent criminal attorney,
Out, Only Factor to
MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 23
(AP) Mark McCalHfter. .former
Oreson corporation commissioner,
testified today that no Induce
ment was offered him nor any
"pressure brought" in connection
with his order while- commission
er, granting W. B. Foshay enter
prises a permit to sell large blocks
of securities in Oregon.
Appearing as a defense witness
in the mail fraud trial of Foshay
and H.. H. Henley.; MeCalH-rter
said there was "nothing unusual"
about the order issued on Jan. 16,
1928, two days after a similar ap
plication had been denied. He
said he had only a slight acquaint
ance at the time with .T. O. Ar
nold. Portland attorney, who
handled the Becond application,
and that Arnold had never appear
ed before him on other applica
tions. Shrader Corrected
Figures, U Claim
A government witness. G. E.
Shrader, former Foshay employe,
previously testified that he paid
Will Moore Also Past Grand
Master, Oregon Masons;
owas a two-to-one victor over tne
next candidate. The other nom
inee was Mayor Robert H. Har
lin, with the election to be held
on March 8.
The total vote of 406 precincts
was: Dore, 45,653; Harlin, 22,
626; Ex-Mayor Frank Edwards,
17,339 Otto A. Case, 12,508;
Arthur) J. Ritchie, 8,479; and
Meyers, 4,798. Three other can
didates polled scattering votes.
Dore's overwhelming vote was
School but Failed due
To Stunting Antics
Will Moore, G5. former state in
surance commissioner under the
Walter Pierce . administration,
dropped dead of heart failure at
his home, 4 68 North Winter street.
In addition to being a former
state official Mr. Moore was prom
inent in Masonic circles in Ore
gon, being a past grand master of
the order in this state, his active
term as grand master expiring last
He was also a member oi
SHANGHAI, Feb. 24 (Wed
nesday) A young American air
plane salesman, Robert Snort,
who had lust delivered a new
fighting plane to tlje Chinese gor
ernment, was shot down and kill
ed in a skirmish with Japanese
fliers over Soochow yesterday,
Short, who was 27 years old
and whose former home was Ta
coma, Wash., was the sole occu-
immediately taken by his sup- tered by Japane8e plane9 durlng
porters to mean his election to
the mayor's chair, next month,
in his contest with Mayor Harlin.
Arnold J2000 in four bundles of the - ?
.v 7.. .... Born in Pennsylvania.
Immediately after being assured Moore made Pendleton his per
of receiving the permit and that mancnt home in 1 897. having
Arnold then made a private call I lived In eastern Washington for
on McCallloter and his deputy. some time before that. He was for
Fred Melndl. Shrader also said he many years the representative of
retained Arnold because of his
"success" In obtaining other per-
an air raid over Soochow, where
there Is a Chinese military air
field about 54 miles west of
His employer, L. E. Gale, said
Short had gone to Nanking on
Saturday with a new military
piano the company had sold to
the Chinese government. He was
told to return to Shanghai Imme
diately after delivering the plane
and said he would
Lost Array Corps
I', .vs. LF
Will Send 25,000 More men
To Shanghai is Decision
At Tokyo; United States
Plans Firm Policy
ITflinr the most modern murines of war. Japanese Invaders have been nnable to rout soldiers like these
mho mre tvoiral of China's flshtinir men defending the Kianewan district of Shanghai. In all the fur
ious battles around Shanghai, Chinese soldiers wi th inferior equipment have held their ground in the I
face of withering artillery and machine gun fire.
Rated as Under Dogs in 2
Game Series to Select
1 arne Audience is on Hand chance by stunting
.... . . . . . Short, a former second
wnen Legion ana scnoois
a former second lieu
tenant in the United States army
The Willamette university bas
ketball team departs this morning
for Walla Walla in the crucial
Depressions, that greater lev-
eler of mankind, has invaded dog
land and made weiners out of
dogdom's finest. This sad fact be
came known yesterday in a po
etic protest to the county dog tax
made by "Toots", black and white
air reserve corps, came to Shang- tegt of tne geason to see whether
hal a year ago and for a time was 0T n0 "Willamette remains basket
an instructor in the Chinese bu- bali vjng in the northwest con-
reau of aeronautics Last spring ference lt ha8 been for the
? L 'llf.f ""I0" Pt two seasons. 1
Keene Is taking tha full squad
mlts from the commissioner.
McCalll8ter said Shrader
plained that an error of $430,000
had been made in an appraisal ac
companying the first application
and that this correction '.vas the
' only factor which changed his po
sition. The permit gave the Foshay
company authority to sell $525,
000 of preferred stock and 9,500
shares of common stock of Public
Utilities Consolidated Corporation
of Arizona, a subsidiary.
McCallister's testimony was giv
en when the government withdrew
objections made earlier In the day
and the defense gave assurance
that Arnold, unable to appear be
cause of illness would not be call
ed later. Three witnesses have
been called by the government to
"Impeach Arnold's story," Fred
Horiwitx of Los Angeles, govern
ment prosecutor, told the court.
On cross examination, which
will be completed Wednesday. Mc
Callister said he first met Arnold
in 1919. He said he talked with
Arnold In a Portland hotel the
day before the second application
was granted and did not consider
lt unnsual that Arnold had been
retained by the applicants al
though Sidney Graham, another
Portland attorney, had represent
ed the companies in the first ap
plication and other matters.
Melndl is to be called as a wit
ness by the defense Wednesday.
In Empire Case
Complete transcripts of all the
pleadings in the five indictments
pending against former officers
of the Empire Holding corpora
tion will be sent to Dallas within
the week, Walter Lampkin, dep
uty county clerk, announced yes
terday. Since a change of venue
was granted Saturday Lampkin
and his helpers have been busy
getting out a complete record of
the cases which will go before
Judge Arlle G. Walker of Polk
and Yamhill counties.
Walker is. expected to set the
date for trial as soon as the pa
pers are in his hands and counsel
for th state and the five defend
ants can be consulted. Judge Gale
S. Mill has already overruled de
murrers to the Indictments, each
of which charges one of tne ex
officer with devising a scheme
Capitol Post No. 9, American
T.etrlnTi. tml "vouni America".
through a representation of Sa- h Pacific, but nothing came of
lem scnoois on tne program, paia . . flm.. -ni h nlaved. one
the Pacific Coast Elevator com- homage to the trhandredth ? T",, Un Thnridar and one on Friday
pany at Pendleton. More recently birthday of the nation's earliest . corM nrTmarr " reserve material ha. been re-
he operated independently m a patriot and hero. George Wash- 5 ? lrtd in a number of the games
t-ai., out was not paasea Because I l-Ui0
ex- ! grain buyer and conducted an in
surance business in Salem with an
office on Court street.
At one time he was democratic
county chairman for Umatilla
county and had always been a
staunch democrat. He served for
Tuesday night in
. . . . .
Z " . .v, of disobevimr the flvinr rules bv Whitman nas set a magmuceui
BUB!?,:M.?M st'un-SnT tbl- .eason
filled both upstairs and down and
the audience presented a colorful
appearance because of the many
children in costume. Colonial
the Americaiualr reserve corps on
January 26, 1931.
many years on the Pendleton wa- I dress, and many negro characters
ter commission and was largely I reminded the onlooker of those
responsible for the construction oi I early days of the country's his
the water system wnicn Berves
He is survived by his wmow,
Mrs. Aangeline Moore; a son, Myr-
ton Moore of Portland, ana two
sisters, Mrs. Fred Pitt and Airs
tory, and the striking red, white
and blue uniforms of Salem high
school band made a brilliant tri
bute to the national colors.
Stirring martial music played
by the high school band under
M. Raymond, both of Los Angeies. line aoie airecuon oi m. ti. uerry,
Thn fnneral will be held Thurs- splendidly harmonized numbers
ith Buddy Applegate setting
scoring records worthy of men
tion. Coach NIr Borleske has
mora veterans on bis squad than
Keene has. bat "SpecV men have
performed with smoothness in
their last two contests. It was a
nartlonlarlT smooth - working at
tack which scored 34 points in the
second half against pacinc uni
versity here Monday night.
In addition to the regular five,
Coach' Keene has a stronger
Senator Charles K. Spaulding is year. The reserves worked
SPAULDING TO FILE
FOR STATE SENATE
j, i in-9ft nVlnolr frnm hv th American T.epion Anill- Btlll very much In politics and SS Vi mafia ft bet-
? iRSSoni Son chapel, under iary quartet, and tributes in indicaUon of his itwi,
the auspices of the Masonic grana song, sail, ana reaamgs ny scnooi - -t the Pacific game.
. . , l in k. ir, ha ,,ni. .f c.ion, tniatiiiir niih n election as state senator from I v- tm
lOOge. imermrut w. "TV,' .""V""'.."."" ." Mirton conntv. RnlHl, ma Wiuameiio us
inrarnarina' n n n rcco n-v inn i i v o i j i Tinna wnim vniiii.'
nn.n ZZ I this plain in an interview here Br .u". i i none.
court of Oregon made a" very Sf- W ago when Willamette
City View cemetery.
BOND NOT SLATED
complete tribute to the country's f" naA e, woul? 8ee Juyed a brace of games at Walla
f9w the sute treasurership or office of f.a t nnv both
" a7-?; WS' ;Su."iLt ya7 WhUman and
Judge Campbell called atten
tion to the fact that one of the
strongest proofs of Washington's
greatness was his ability to con
trol an army in retreat from a
force greatly superior in num-
Failing on Land, Attackers
Take to air Again; Still
Without Success; Defense
At Kiangwan Steady
Widow of Former Employe
In School System is
Aspirant for job.
Should the Salem school sys
tem hreafc nreredent And hire a
dog owned by Mrs. Henry Bores- woman ianit0r or Bhould lt
TOKYO, Feb. 23 (AP)
The cabinet decided today to
doable the strength of the
Shanghai expeditionary force.
The decision was reached
after the ministers were in
formed the Chinese had suc
cessfully stopped the Japanese
onslaught. The army now ha
25,000 men at Shanghai and
the new reinforcements will
bring it to 50,000.
man, 1756 street.
"Toots" pungled up her three-
dollar license fee but accompanied
her payment with this three-stan
"Depression and this 'doggone'
Sure keeps us doggies down.
I saw the saddest sight today
As I rambled down through town.
'Twas in a State street market,
There in those weenies fine
A whiff, a sniff, and there I found
That long lost pal of mine.
So I trotted slowly homeward
My spirits low Inside,
Three bones to you I'm sending,
Just to save my 'doggie' hide."
Tnarfa "Tnnta" nnt ainnn in The woman is the widow of a Jan!
! irnMti Affnrta. No lens tor who died this winter, and
than 150 dog owners plunked these circumstances are the only
down ts and 13 navments Tnes- ones which led the board to con-
day to avoid the $2 penalty which aider the matter at all.
eoes into effect March 1. xeacner uramea
"Toots" poetic effort was ac- Leave of Absence
companied by a hand-sketched
not? That question occupied most
of the attention of the school
board at its brief session last
night, and when adjournment was
taken, the matter was unsolved.
Discussion, however, Indicated
that board members do not believe
the work is such that a woman
can handle all phases of lt. In ad
dition, the particular situation
would be hard as the job under
consideration would be at the sen
ior high school, where four men
are doing the janitorial work.
Recommendation of G. W.
Smalley, head janitor, was con
trary to the hiring, despite the
fact that friends of the woman
who seeks the job have rallied to
her support and presented various
pleas to members of the board.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21
(AP) The American govern
ment is ready to announce to the
world a definite, firm polley oa
the far eastern problem.
Secretary Stimson conferred
with Chairman Borah of the sen
ate foreign relations committee
tonight preparatory to announc
ing the declaration expected to
morrow. America for years has Insisted
upon the open door policy la
China and a full statement oa
the nation's position In the far
eastern crisis is looked for, in
volving an elaboration of the
original John Hay open-door
(Copyright. 19S2. By The Asso
SHANGHAI, Feb. 24 (Wed
nesday) Japanese airmen bomb
ed the Chinese stronghold at Ki
angwan In a furious attack that
shook the countryside today, bat
again failed to blast out the Cai-
Mrs. Sylvia E. Kraps. social scl- e?? U11 "wept the enemy
black and white drawing of the ence instructor at Parrlsh Junior machl " r
j j , ,it .nnii mr,A was mntaA "cnine gun lire.
Rumored displacemept of Sam
T.iizhlin as head of the boys'
training school at Woodburn by
"La. n. vomica aspir- rxr -lta dlvlded games here
bwuhb io me Marion county post. .nnfor.
""5 ? wil1 l?" ntoMbto
uuimuBuun on inai ucKet. rTV . ."" vniriin?
bers, and following such retreat ernor Meier to succeed th late played by Whitman.
his ability to lead them back to SJJ VSiMn. tJ Whitman has not -heduled
victory. ouentlv was annolntd hT nrr- games with Llnfleld this season
Washington's greatness, ac- nor MleP - mVmhr nf ih mtrta and should the Whitman series
. - 1 ... .11. aANl1 It A fl T fl
spilt, Willamette wumu
SAYS CUTOFF ROAD
WON'T BE DELAYED
high, applied for and was granted
a leave of absence for the rest of
the term, commencing March 21.
She intends to enter the last term
of the University of Montana and
continue through the summer ses
sion, which time will permit her
to earn her degree.
Two Chinese ai. planes in tarn
bombed Japanese headquarters
near Kiangwan. missine- thir
target by only 100 feet.
The air attack was followed ap
dj irenziea ngnung. The Japs
nese bad launched a dMnpnt
The board VanctToned action of a"e.t0 a,ke K,aSn " the
iL. ii I.. I .,u(-oo ireiUlO uawo. TBRir
,),aan;?!!mnrBrnH,fwnniifnr batteries on the Kiangwan golf-
McKUley and Grant schools at the Z "rf ..CM-
rhua nnTid fl?s!stant sriDerin- Jf A v.i! lnor
vuotivo . rnniinz to .1 11 i rn LHmunHii. wan kikH,a.
tendent, was denied yesterday by - - . ' 'inded ruL.m?Jrl?a: . w.wever many believe Wil
the office of Rufus C. Ho man, 'nftr ' - - .. m he luckv to even split
XVXES'XrXSi .?l "d d wUh sVeral8 Targe log! 5.. --ies. A g a- with UnM
Delaying construction opera- contract Drlce of .4. 49 a cord from P?8"'0"' but the artillery
tions on the uncompleted section . nPinnE.pl. vvfl unnHed the lc Drougnt them nothing.
(Turn to page 2, col. 3)
SSED IN RING
Spaulding said he would con-
j duct his campaign for state sen
ator on an economy program. He
maicated that he would discuss
governmental economies as the
campaign progressed, and might
nave something to say reeardine
the operations of the state high
will simply help, him with duties
which heretofore have not Deen
thoroughly checked, Holman s of
Bond, who was named Monday,
will have charge of parole work
throughout the stats, checking up
on the status of some 600 former
inmates who are out of the train
ing school on parole. He will also
neip wun me puri-nM. .B xur wo TTarvv J. Starkweather of
a It f SSMSSSTbSS J! Federal Finance
declaration of candidacy for dem
ocratic nomination for represen
tative in congress from the first
Starkweather has "been promi
nent in democratic political cir
cles in Oregon for many years
still remains after the Bearcats return.
BUDGET IS UDI
Bond is a member of the firm
of Bond Bros., former Pendleton
merchants. He was an ardent
Meier supporter in the 1930 campaign.
Agent For Each
Preliminary figures for me
1932-1933 Salem school budget
are being assembled and some re-
. ., ....iiii fni iha rnm-
, y-t auctions sro ipum"""
COUntV IS Plan ins year in the opinion of George
wvuiiijr jo a .nn.rlntondont. Hug de-
Y I w'v- "
clared yesterday he thought a
Max Gehlhar, director of the five per cent reduction possmie
wood this year.
The owner of a small parcel of
land adjoining the 14th street ath-
(Turn to page 2, col. 3)
Then they shifted the stvla of
their attack, in which for almost
rive days they had sought to cap
ture Kiangwan, focal point mid
way of the Shanghai battle line
rrom Chapel to Woosung, and
took to the air In a spectacular
of the Wallula cutoff road, ex
tending from Sand Station, Uma
tilla county, to the Washington
state line, until next fall, will not
retard completion of the proposed
highway, R. H. Baldock, newly
appointed state highway engineer
The announcement followed
newspaper criticism of the action
of the new state highway commis
sion In postponing construction of
the road pending an investigation.
Baldock said that reports re
ceived by the state highway com
missioner indicated that the pro- PORTLAND. Feb. 23. (AP)
posed Umatilla dam would be con vieorona nrosecntion of the cross-
structed at an elevation of 330 state railroad case when lt comes PORTLAND, Feb. 28, (AP)
reet. sucn construction, ne ae- before the United States supreme M. Ramage of Salem was elect
clared. would menace the uncom- .rtnr vi, mrtnr wa announced ed president of the Oreron Stat
pleted section of the- Wallula h nharleji M Thomas. Bottlers' association at the annnal
highway, which would ve 13 feet n..,.- nnhiix kiiihim mmml. meetlne of the association xr
under water. In that case Baldock sIon6rt following a conference here tonight. He succeeds Ernest Un-
uecmreu i wuuiu u uct3ij m Un j M Thompson, of the Idaho ratn of uoseuurg.
iiui vuiuii !' nnbllc service commission. Jaca roster or portiana was
and raise materially tne graae or Thomson said he th
the proposed road
Ramage Head oi
For Coming Year
WASHINGTON. Feb. 23
(AP) A special economy com
mittee to find quick means for
cutting governmental expense by
abolishing, combining or curtail
ing federal agencies was created
today by the democratic house.
Bearcats Beat Stanford;
In Debate, Not Football
nd hi, attended several nation- L?tate agricultural department, although he said he was opposea
al conventions of his party. Tuesday received a telegram from to reduction In teacnere Baiaric.
SUrkweSer prSbablJ will be fenator McNary. that the secre- "Our school ts have been
opposed at the primary election ot agriculture is now work- consistent low, ue
tt. . t,. c-i t.i ine out a nlan wherehv thera win low salaries paid teachers, tiug
sell was the democratic nominee e one representative In each averred. "I do not see wjy
cuuniy operaung unaer me nnance 1 snoum ycuau.o
reconstruction act. Upon the ap- now.
nnintmonti hnlnr mada KlanV. I The district's financial troubles
will be available to persons desir- are caused largely now oy lax ue
insr to annlv for asaigtanre linauencles. Mr. Hug stated. It Is
McNary's telegram was In re- the great laxity in tax payment
snonse to Gehlhar's request for In- which Is causing tne issuance 01
formation regarding the operation
of the finance reconstruction act.
The Willamette university de- j
bate team, composed of Ray Lafky
and Ralph McCullough, defeated
the Stanford university debate
team two to one at Waller hall
Tuesday night before the biggest
debate crowd of the season.
The Willamette debaters stated
following the contest that the
Stanford men were two of the best
opponents met this season. How
ard Conn and Abe Mellingkoff
formed the Tlaiting team.
Lafky and McCullough kept
therr -slate clean by defeating the
Stanford "team. This pair of Wil
lamette debaters has not been de
feated this season In the four de
bates in which they teamed , to
gether. Other combinations have
met with varied success during the
- Lafky la a Salem boy and was
y inner In the state extemporan
Ban is Proposed
Some means' of curbing the
I sale of pretended newspaper ex-
for representative in congress
two years ago, but was defeated
by Representative Hawley, re
Other declarations ot candi
dacy filed In the state depart
ment Tuesday follow:
Amanda J. Hart, democrat,
Milwauki6, for presidential elec
tor. W. J. Stockholm, republi
can, Monmouth, for representa-
eous speaking contest, while Mc- tive In the state legislature tor
Cullough Is a Portland boy and I the tenth district. Polk county.
won tne extempore contest at the
Llnfleld Invitational forensic tournament.
The debate topic was: Resolved.
That congress should enact legis
lation providing for the central
ized control of Industry. Consti
Judges for the debate were Ada tras" in the city was being con
Ross. Judge George Rossman and 1 sidered by aldermen yesterday.
Representative Lee McAllister. I The discussions followed recent
The Stanford team stopped over I Invasion of this city by rortiana
night in one oi the Willamette fra-1 adult newsboys who have maae
ternltles and will meet the Univer-1 loud outcries about the startling
slty ot Oregon next and then con- news to their papers. When local
tlnue its trip north into Idaho. citiaens bought the papers they
Willamette meets Washington usually found the "news" was
State college Thursday afternoon propoganda. Last weekend copies
v (ha -virvo Mittlnsr tonic of the "Mentor", a Portland
to be debated. Ralph McCullough I newspaper, with a banner headT
nn vnntt win nnhnid WiUlline "Hoover Exposed" were
lamette In that debate. " " hawked "about town. -
Hearing on New
A public hearing Is Jo be held
tonight at the city council rooms
on the proposed milk regulation
ordinance. The pending ordinance,
modeled after the one now effect
ive In Portland, would prohibit
the selling ot "C" grade milk in
Local milk producers , are ex
warrants by the district. Some
loss is Incurred in this process
since the district pays six per
cent on Its warrants yet receives
no Interest on the delinquent tax
payments. Interest on these goes
into the general fund ot the
To Start Work
First of Month
ST. HELENS. Ore., Feb. 23
(AP) The Firtex Insulating
Board company plant here will re
peated to attend the meeting In 1 sume operations March 1. A. .
nnidorahU number. Some C" I Millington. general manager, said
grade milk, properly labeled, is 1 today. The plant has been idle
now Kelnr sold in the citv at I since last July.
rate, holnw tha 10-cent nrlce ore-I Millington said the plant will
vailing for BT grade milk but it is (operate on a three-shift, six-day
reported that few patrons are de-1 week basis for at least one month.
mandlng this quality or mine.--- employing iz men.
GAS STILL 13 CENTS
Thompson said he thought it
'very likely" that the Idaho com
mission al3o would be represented
at the hearing because the south
western portion of Idaho is great-
elected vice-president; Thomas
Onsdorf, Corvallls, of the horticul
tural products department of Ore
gon State college, was named secretary-treasurer,
ajid Mrs. Hasel
A. Morgan of Salem was chosen
director for a three-year term. F.
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 23 ly interested in the proposed line.
(AP) Gasoline prices remained The case Involves a constitu-
low in Portland today. The aver- tlonal question. It will determine E. McCracken of Eugene presided
aee retail price was 13 cents a the power of the Interstate com- at tne meeting.
gallon and ranged downward to Imerce commission to oraer con-
11 cents. structlon by the carriers.
Cooking School to Open
Today at 2 P. M., Armory
Preparations have been com
pleted for the opening or the
cooking school at' the Salem Ar
mory this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The school features electric cook
ing; and will be conducted oy
Mlsse Helen Elizabeth Brown
and Amelia Sansom. economists
trained and sent out by the Safe
way Homemakers bureau ot Oak
land. Cooperating are a number
of manufacturers of nationally
known foodstuffs whose lines are
The school lasts from two to
four, and win continue Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday after
noons. Loud speakers, installed by
Salem Radio Service will make
the audition excellent all over the
The women of the community
are cordially Invited to attend the
school as much time as they de-
- sire. A question box will' be con-
Bum Guess Upon
Fi. fi! on the groundhog! While
hi. .i..n. i.i.. ...
ducted in which Viartou o Uboat Salem streets sans coat:
cooking may be answered by the and meQ ,n numberi were hatl
instructors. Iis.,a. t i. v.
Speedy preparation of menus ... k " t,..
will be featured In the opening th. w
session today. Each day's plan is 't " TJS:
carefully worked out and each j J honf, of aTrT
recipe has been selected because In, " ffnJ5"Beif ? JSS
. ..... .nnaAvi.a. .. From the airport at f oeleek
shown In request, received by the Tuesday Jf JTa
Safeway bureau. All recipes In the JlgSJi
three sessions will Include almost V,?..6.?
every form of practical cookery. jw " " rZT?.XrK .
Misses Brown and Sansom will VI Tf. Vx. VfV t.
open with a demonstration of w. ,UBd lBat Tto
what Is called "fool-proof pas- wets. -
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