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ThS OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday BXornW." April SO, 1932
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At the end of the year, it vu said.
That reinstatement of the three
Of the seven high school boys who
last Tuesday were, expelled tor al
leged participation in the basing
Ot Victor DeJardiiir will he eeugJit
i the next meeting et the school
-board became virtually certain
yesterday. Parents, alunrnl, . and
fellow students ot these three boys
will make the request. It was un-
. dersteod. ;. . ,, ... , ,.
, Actios cm Petition- V. ;
Not Tat Forecast "ijV : 7 -
What action the school board
will take in connection with the
- application for reinstatement ot
the. three boys who were treed of
assault and battery charges, could
ot be determined yesterday. The
boys ' are : Lawrence Blaisdell,
James Nicholson, Jr., and Kenneth
- School officials reported ' yes
terday that at least three of the
. secret societies had sarrendered
. their charters. Amonr these was
the J. C, or "Julius Caesar" or
ganization. ; . : -One
man was said to hare en
tered Principal Fred D. Wolfs of
fice yesterday and charged that
Wolf had attempted to "make a
Bar" out of hia daughter. The
tt, .girl-had been giren an affidavit
, .to sign, but she alleged she did not
belong to any secret society.
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ft In the cases of Thomas
worths, charged with kidnaping
Edward 8. Talbott, Yamhill coun
ty farmer, and Ira McPeak, charg
ed with unlawful possession, not
true bills were returned. It was
charged,, after his arrest for Mar
lon county authorities by San
Diego officers, that Bosworths re
Iiered Talbott of $31,000, in a
hotel room at Reno, that he was
drlren throuslf a number ot
states in an automobile and fi-
uau vnua uut near weiioiBoo.1
Other true bills returned by the
Ur, two indictments, uttering a I
xorsea lanromeni iDana caeca;,
' and larceny by bailee of an auto
mobile. '. C, Erenion, charged with ut
tering a forged instrument '
Clarence Parker and William
C. Gergery, charged with unlaw
ful possession of a still.
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end consecutive meeting she. has
not. attended. Rumor had it yes
terday that Mrs. Pierce had" de-
?r,M S& 532
but would not submit her resig
nation until some time in May.
She is known , to have been -violently
opposed to changes in the
report ot the curriculum commit
tee which the board made two
Weeks ago after adopting the re
port et the curriculum committee
la full. As chairman of' the com
mittee, she did much of the work
. ot preparing the report and op
posed any changes in it after its
adoption by the majority ot the
board in open session.
STATE HOSPITAL IS
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of similar institutions In the mid-
die .west and Mississippi valley
a lew years aso. and the nraise
that was given to Dr. Steiner for
his-splendid management and the
results that he has : produced.
These same men had visited a
large number ot Institutions of
this character in the United States,
"ad they pronounced the . one at
saiem as being one of the best
in oar land."
- The report is signed by E. Har-
ley, foreman. Ella M. Stauffer.
Bertha -N. Curl, Dorothy M. Me-
UoweU, O. V. Pontlous, A. H.
Moore and t E. Allison.
f JEFFERSON. April 2 f Jeffer
son alia school's baseball team
slagged out an IS to i victory ov
er Turner high today despite rag
ged vrork In tbe field. Jefferson
ehalked np It alts bat was deb
ited with nine errors. Phelps sad
Hart held Turner to nlrit hits.- v;?
: Tbe Jefferson etrls defeated'the
Turner girls 22 to,7. r
, Too Late to Classify
wnuwrt xor ui at
1 LAST DAY
TO RESTORE VH
M M EP
By OLIYE M. DOAJt
-WAKNUK liKOS. iOjSlNOKU
Today Marian Marsh, In
'- nnt ti niM"
WARNEB BROS. CAPTTOI
Today Pat O'Brien and Mae
Clarke in "The Pinal EdI-.
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T,oday Una Merkel In "The
,. Secret Witness.",: :,
Today Ken Maynard. in
"The Poeatello Kid." .
Mrs. Walter A. Denton, local
ehalrman for Musie week, is hand
la Manager Carey of Warner
Bros, theatres in Saiem very sin
cere cemsiknents for the manner
in which, ho and nls force are eo-
operaUnc with Musie week plans.
This afternoon special atten
tion is being siren the week in
the Mickey Mouse matinee. All
during the week L. Carlos Meyers,
popular organist at Warner Bros.
Elsinore will gire special numbers
in compliment to "better music.
And the -piece de resistance is
the appearance ot C. Earle Jen
nings, baritone, who will appear
In solo numbers x Sunday at the
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that he let Martin go outside the
hospital yesterday morning, Jok
ingly telling him to "soak up
some sunshine". Martin smiled
Martin was suffering from an
incurable aihnent, it was said. He
was receired at the hospital for
the second time last October. His
wife llres in Portland.
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LUth6T3.Il by TIOCL
q (jStllOT H6T6
In May, Planned
Rev. P. W. Eriksen, pastor of
the American Lutheran church,
returned Friday morning from
Seattle, where he had been since
Tuesday to attend a meeting of
the executive committee ot the
Pacific Luthran Synod and of the
seminary board ot the Pacific Lu
Rev., Eriksen reports that the
annual convention ot the synod
will be in session at his church
here from May 22 to May 29.
Opening the six-day program will
be Dr. Ami E. Bell of Toledo,
Ohio, president of the American
board of Missions. Another east
ern speaker coming for the con
vention will be Dr. Nathan Mel-
The Lutheran, largest Lutheran
publication in the country.
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1 rattlC LrOUntS 1
Four motorists were arrested by
city police for traffic law viola
tions yesterday and three Were
sentenced on similar charges by
Municipal Judge Mark Poulsen
C. W. Pogue, 2217 Lee street,
arrested Wednesday night on a
charge of reckless driving causing
an accident, as a result of which
Stanley Nets, route four, motor-
cylist, suffered a broken arm, was
released on $10 balL Albert
Schlag, 1295 D street, arrested
last Saturday, was fined $2 and
f ft drivers license suspended tor
ve aays. k. k. L.ucas. arrested
yesterday tor failing to stop at a
I through street forfeited 92.50
I hail, according to court Tecords.
Arrested yesterday on charges
of speeding were: Harry Tulare,
route three; Oran L. Polk, 590
North. Summer street, and C. K.
m m n
TO SATURDAY. HAT 7, INCLUSIVE
s-riy Riversides at 4-Ply prices and e-lty Rtrsrslde at
lewest prlees ever eftwrod and a RIVERSIDE TUBE FBXS
. wtth every tire yen bay. COME SATURDAY!
-OTHER SIZES AT PROPORTIONATE SAVINGS
t PEES TTRS MOUNTINO AT ALL WARD STORES .
275 North Liberty
n is sb
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Arthur Moore, property owner 4
and proprietor of a bicycle shop follows: 8axton and Looney, Jet
announced he would erect a large ferson 4 1 cents from " Emmons
sign, "McKay for Mayor, over Bar, SO -teats from Mintermaate
his building, and praised McKay's
ability as a presiding officer.'
8. E. Purviae- said he had I
worked with McKay on the Com-1
munity Serrice board : handling I
charity problems the past, winter
ana prawea mm nigmy xor nu i
keen business mind. D. a, Jarman
declared, he didn't, think there
was a finer sua im the city than
Douglas McKay and pledged him
self -to do au he could for him.,
Others who : spoke were William
McOilchrist, Jr.. Dean George H.
Aides, U. G. Holt, Olrrer B. Hus
ton. O. E. Price, Bert Ford, Bra-1
xl er Small. .Tom Wlnaunar. w. rf.
Derby. Mr. and. Mrs. Breyman
Boise, George C WilL W. W.
Moore, Dare Pugh and H. D.
Trorer. - -.
Membership lists for the Doug
las McKay for Mayor elub were
passed through the audience and
FEAR TROUBLE AS
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Honolulu with Clarence Darrow,
tonight was Informed ot the Mas
sle case Terdict and immediately
wired President Hoorer urging
that the four defendants be
'placed aboard a warship and
brought to the first port ot Jur
isdictlon on the mainland, name
ly San Francisco: .
. "To the president: .
"i most respeciiuuy. suomit
that you do now what you should
haTO done at the beginning, name
ly: Order Lieutenant Massie, his
wife, his mother-in-law and the
two enlisted men on board a war
ship and bring" them to the first
port of jurisdiction on the main
land, namely San Francisco,
where they can get a fair trial
and the protection American citi
zens should be properly entitled
4-H Club Heads
Visit in Salem
Officials visiting Salem Friday
In MnnartfoB with 4-H lnh wnrV
and especially the Achievement
aay programs, were 1 ti. u. Sey
mour, state club leader, aad Hel
en CoWgllL assistant, both ot Cor
Preparations are being made In
the club fields for the Marion
eounty 4-H club fair which will
be held in Salem May S, 9 and.
7. Further announcements In re
gard to this event , will be made
at a later date.
Bort, 435 Market street.
State j Federal
NEW YORK. April 29 (AP)
A commission study "to secure
ine coordination in our iuib ana
federal systems of taxation which
a. mr a a . a . m
we so sorely need" was advocated
tonight by Secretary Mills.
In an address to the New York
City Bar association,' he proposed
that President Hoover and the
governors' conference Join in
naming the commission.
He ex -
pressed confidence the necessary
funds for research could be raised
. and called this an auspicious mo-
me to start in riew ot the pop
Bids For County
Road Gravel to
Be Viewed Today
Over a dozen bids for crushing
and hauling of gravel for the
county have been recorded at the
roadmasters office in the county
courthouse. It is expected that the
SATURDATr APRIL U
Wrigrr Warn & (gjb
contracts will be awarded today
following further figuring y the
road office people. -- ." ,
The two tavorable ha alia g bids
which were handed In come from
I from the Salem Band and Grayed
company of Salem and the Union.
Engineering company of . Port
f Crushing prices per load cited
by the four lowest bidders are aa
Bar; Charles H. Hoyt, Buverto:
T cents from Emmons Bar; Sa-
lent Sand and ; OraTel company.
Salem tS.O cents from Em
moos Bar; : Union Engineering;
eomjiaay, Portlaad - e 8.1 cents
from Emmons Bar.
PORTLAND. Ore., April It
(AP) The state highway com
mission told .' representatlTes of
the Northwest Oregon Derelop-
ment league-today that there la
no immediate prospect zor con
struction of proposed ' short cat
highways to the seas.
W. r. Woodward appearing
before the commission for the de-
relopment association, urged that
the state issue bends, if neces
sary, to get the preliminary work
on both the Wilson rixer and the
short cut roads under way. He
said the communities affected
needed the' roads and that the un
employed needed the work.
Leslie M. Scott, commission
chairman, told the derelopment
representatires that In connection
with the proposed roads the com
mission was confronted .with the
problems of finance, engineering
and selection of the routes. He
said the commission cannot un
dertake large projects without
selling bonds, which It Is unwill
ing to do.
To Face Charges
PORTLAND, April 29. (AP)
A coroner's' Jury today found
that Charles Welsh, driver ot an
automobile In which two persons
were killed vlast Sunday "was
driving at an excessive rate ot
speed" at the time of the acci
dent. An announcement from the cor
oner s onice said a charge of la
voluntary manslanghter will be
filed against Welsh, IT.
Llla Ashland 11 Chosen
Woodburn May Queen
WOODSTJRN, April 29 Llla
Ashland, brown-haired senior
girl, has been chosen, queen 'to
rule at Woodburn high school's
annual May fete to be held Fri
day, May 12, when all members
of the student body voted on the
three candidates nominated ,by
the senior class. At the same time
Charles Tresldder was chosen
May day manager. He was also
chosen by the seniors as one ot
the three candidates for that post.
Miss Ashland has not yet cho
sen her attendants . aitnougn
those from the senior class will
probably be Roma Kallak and
Edlthe Shrock, her opponents in
the race. The May day manager
has full charge ot the affair.
Play at Prison
Tha Salem Senators will nlar
itnft gtate penitentiary baseball
team Sunday afternoon on the pri
son diamond. Players must be at
the gate at 12:45 in order to be
admitted. Those wishing to go
are asked to call Frank Nelson,
business manager, at his home
or. Frank Bashor at Anderson's
i sport goods store.
PENA IX FINALS
DETROIT, April 29 (AP)
Johnny Pena, aggressive New
York fighter, reached the finals
ot the National Boxing associa
tion featherweight tournament
tonight by, outpointing Fidel La
Barba ot Los . Angeles In ten
WOCS BO TO
IILTERTON. April IT Moth
ers ot the school band and or
ehestra -were hostesses Tuesday
might at a dinner giroa at Trtsltr
church for the 119 boys, their di
rector, Hal Campbell, aad special
guests. The latter included Dr. P.
O. Riley ot Hubbard, special hon
or guest: Rer. and Mrs.- carl
Foes. Mrs. Riiey. Dr. and Mrs. A,
J. MeCanneL Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Goets. Mr. and Mrs.- Earl J.
Adams. Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
A. W. Kieeb acted as toast-
master. Mrs. Kleeh was general
chairman ot the affair and Mrs.
Frank Leslie and Mrs. Carl Sta-
mew were the program commit
tee. - .
The oatstanding feature wi
the anneaneemeat made by Dr.
Riley, that KGW wants the win
ners of the B division contest
held at Corrallis two weeks ago.
to broadcast oyer the station one
evening next week, prior to the
national broadcast. It - was also
announced that the cltlsens ot
Sftrertoa will furnish transporta
tion to the 20 winners.
LIBERTY, April 29 Whoop
Ing cough Is stll prevalent In the
district. Quite a number of chil
dren hare had It or have it at
present. Since the whole school
was exposed from the very first, it
has not been necessary for most
of tle children to miss a great
deal of school, as they may remain
home only during the hardest
Leslie Judd and family are mov
ing here from Corvallis. They will
occupy the house on the property
recently purchased by William
Berndt from Bruce Cunningham.
A large crowd made "whople'
at the school earnjval Thursday
Mrs. 0. F. Valentine receired
word Thursday morning of the ac
cidental death of her brother-in-
law, Sid Greene of Baker.
Draws 300 Church
People of State
WOODBURN, April 29 The
annual district convention of the
Lutheran church, after a three-
day session, came ' to a close
Thursday night. All delegates,
pasters and church members who
attended the circuit meeting ex
pressed the thought that It was
one of the best meetings in the
history of this district, which in
eludes all of Oregon and a portion
It was estimated that 300 Lu
therans attended the meeting.
Thursday's meetings were for the
most part prayer services.
KEIZER. April 29 Carro
Cummlngs and Ernest Savage, two
Keiser boys were chosen to take
part In the annual music tourna
ment held in Forest Grove Friday,
This Is the fourth time honors
hare come to Keixer la music:
tournaments. Lucille Cummlngs,
Glenn Savage, Jewel Gardner,
Brlnkley and Mildrew Gardner
haying been in former contests,1
Keiser still has musical talent
among the pupils of whom she
can be Justly proud.
Tomorrow at 2P. M.
GiQQlcs! Elooffc! Hov1g!
- The Clown Princes of rlilarityv
ARE BACK AGAIN
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TO HELP PAY COST
WASHINGTON. April 1 1. .
APV The senate finance com-
mtttee reached out today for race
track bettors and drinkers to help
pay national government costs.
Looking about for new sources
of revenue, it approved a pro
posal ' by Chairman Smoot for- a
19 per cent tan en all pari-mutuel
betting tickets to be paid by the
purchasers of the. ticket at the
race track. It was estimated to
yield $2S.s9.9l9 annually.
Earlier the house tax rates, on
promise advanced . in Shanghai
five cents a gallon to 19 cents.
The tax on grape . concentrates
was changed from 49 per, cent
ad valorem to 44 cents a gallon.
"The levies on carbonated wa
ters were raised from two cents
to five cents. The rate on nater-
mented Juices including grape
Juice was raised from two cents
to 11 cents a gallon.
uut Against Big
TOKYO. April 29. (AP)
The Chinese Irregulars in eastern
Klrln province, Manchuria, were
holding their own against several
detachments ot Japanese troops
operating in that area today.
After a two-day battle near
Haliln, 12 5 miles northwest ot
Klrln, 6000'' Chinese Insurgents
held their strongly entrenched po
sitions four miles from Hallin,
after losing 200 men in the en
counter. Mother Drowns
Baby, Tries to
Take Own Life
ST. HELENS. Ore., April 29
(AP) Mrs. Lena Forquer, 42,
drowned her 18-month-old daugh
ter Marion la a well on an abend-
Home of 25c Talkies
A HOME OWNED THEATRE
TODAY LAST TIMES
Ken's Latest AH Thrill
AH Action Western
Also Red Grange in
Comedy A Cartoon Comedy
Mickey Monse Matinee
Saturday 1:80 P. M. .
AH the Thrills All the Excitement
of a Great Bletropolltan Dailj in
m they :
GREEN - EDDIE QUILLAN
oned farm near Geble today and
then attempted to kill herself by
slashing her wrists. .- ! "'
A - posse led- by Sheriff Oscar
Weed found Mrs, Forouer late to
day about 299 yards from .the
wen.. She was brought to a hospi
tal hero and her condition was
said to bo critical. ,
8herlff Weed said Foreuer ad
been- oat ot work for some time
and that his wife had been' de
spondent - He expressed the
opinion that her mind had become
unbalanced Because of adversity.
Team North End
HUBBARD, April 29 Floyd
Bevans won a - 7-9 victory over
Aurora grade school Thursday
afternoon when Aurora got last
one hit off Floyd. BilUe Wea gen
roth got four hits In four times
up to bat aad Junior Hlggenboth
am got S hits la S times up to bat
In a perfect batting orden
This victory makes Hubbard
the champion of the north end ot
Marion eounty. Hubbard will
play for the championship of the
county at Willamette university
en May 4.
We must reduce our stock
quarters.' Manj wonderful.
Hotpoint Urn Set, Regular
Hotpoint Automatic Toast
er, Regular fQ E?
Hotpoint Waffle Iron with
heat indicator Off
Reg. 19.95, NowtDDe49j
Universal Percolator, Regular $8.45
FIXTURES PRICED FROM 30 to
AFTER MAY 1ST
WE WILL BE LOCATED AT
695 H. HIGH AT DIVISION ST.
Mitchell-Baker Radio Service will continue with us of
fering a complete fine Of radio sets, supplies and expert
radio repair work. -
Fleener Electric Inc.
471 Court Street
The Intimate Affairs of
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Woodburn High -S:
WOODBURN. April 29 Wood- ,
burn high school's -baseball team
sprung a-sarprise on the . dope-
sters Tuesday afternoon by beat
Ins the Molalla school's team by
a score of S to 1 on the Indians
heme ground. Molalla has been
chosen by some as the probable
champion of the Willamette In
terscnolastie league. .- ,
Although Woodburn beat Mo
lalla on the local field a few
weeks ago., the fact that Molalla,
has a much stronger outfit than
at the beginning of the aeasoa
aad that Molalla recently smoth
ered SUverton, 19 to 2, gave the
Indians a long lead on paper. 811- v
verton took Woodburn here re
cently by a t to 2 count.
PEPION WONT GO
CHEWAWMA. April 29 Leroy
Pepien, senior at the Chemawa vo
cational school who won the
northwest amateur championship
la the 115-pound class at portlaad
Thursday, will not be eligible for
the Olympics, as this weight is
not included In the Olympic
before we move to smaller
bargains listed below.
Parchment- bridge shades
2-eeH Eyereadx Focusing
Flashlights, Reg. AQn
$1.50, Now e70C
tU screen is e Usze of temfyatj
spettede off im esi
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