The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 23, 1932, Page 2, Image 2

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Exacting Inspection for fire
laiardi In state fair concessions
Will' be made this year by city
firemen. Alderman W. H. Dancy
or council fir committee, an
nounced yesterday. The inspectors
fill, lee to It that all hazards are
removed, he said.
tAll fire protection at the fair
grounds will be proTided by city
firemen. Four men R. O. Lewis,
Glenn Shedeck, Charles QUiott
and : Homer Hulsey will be ita
. tjloned continuously with the Ford
h,ose and chemical car in the fair
grounds fire house. Two other
firemen, Ed Chamlee and Lonnie
Barrett will go on doty to sup
plement the crew at the North
Salem fire station.
! Police protection likewise will
lie given by city officers and state
police. Officers Orey Coffey and
Itarry Smart of the city force will
work at the grounds throughout
toe week and other officers will
e stationed there to handle
cfowda according to the need.
MOSE CANDIDACIES
FILED WITH STATE
'.' The independent candidacies of
W. H. Waterbury of Toledo and
ff . V. 8cnmalz of Burns for dis
trict attorney of Lincoln and
IJarney counties, respectively,
were filed with the secretary of
state Thursday. Waterbury is now
county Judge at Toledo, filling an
unexpired term by appointment
of 1 Governor Meier.
i..The certificate of nomination for
St A. Lawrence of Junction City
as democratic candidate for rep
resentative in the state legislature
from Lane county, was also filed
Thursday. Lawrence was named
to fill the vacancy in nominations
resulting from the withdrawal of
Jrank Mendenhall of Cottage
drove.
i Filines of nartles n 1 n1& nan.
(fent candidates, to appear on the
November ballot, will close at the
state capitol tomorrow night, the
state .department has announced.
II
The Call
Board
By OLIVE M. DOAK
.THE ELSEVORE
Today Warner Baxter In
: "Man About Town".
THE GRAND
Today Buck Jones in "One
Mair Law".
i THE HOLLYWOOD
Today . Walter Huston In
"The Beast of the City".
Owing to the large number of
people who could not get Into
the Elslnore last night to see the
Fall Style show. Manager Carey
announced that the show would
be presented again tonight, witl
the models appearing again 1n
the fall costumes.
Mickey Mouse
NOTES
k Oregon, Friday Morning' Seotembcr 22.-1932 '
SETJIDBS ORGflfiIZE PLAIfJTIFF SiilERK ft -. - t. nrriri
AT &ERVAIS H ISAMESTEO '"' . ' jm, - . ; ru: . --
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We're going to have a mock
radio i nroeram tomorrow with a
microphone on the stage, and al
so a loud sneaker in the andiAn
ana another outside on the mar
quee, i There's eoine to bo nlnt
of fun with a real program.
M. M. C
Arbitrary regulation by ad
verse interests, such as allegedly
Did you know that shoni hs Provided in the West truck ren-
trtMl? lation bill, is manifestly nf
started?
The Mickey Mouse-Oregon f Ied Trock Owners. Inc., said
.,...,.. t. n ji - Inert rsatprH tt Cm .t.
outiesuian rei raraae, ana cos-1 ZT omua was on
mme contest win be held Octo-lr 3 UUI om .roruana. He
ber S.
Did
Mouse
M. M. C.
you hear the
entertainers on
Mickey
the fall
3t. II I V w Am
opening program? They surely fundamentally aimed atjfcufb
went over bis. Thev wer Joan 7 " Preservation or proper ' re-
rnsaru, iyie necKinger, 'ueB 7 j , " ' was ramer
Anderson, Helen Latham, Bobby "MV-Mow from the railroads at
Krechter. Cora Edeell tut MaaltneIr competitors, the trucks. If
Hill and Roy Macke, accompan- 1 ,!U Passe truck hauling
led on the niann WOUld be VlrtUallv o1ihi!nta1
II
SCHOO
t
DISTRICT IS SUED
f Suit by Paul Folquet, Jr. to col
lect $2890 from the Woodburn
fhpol board, district 103, was
filed in circuit court here late
Thursday. Folquet claims $1890
damage fpr.loss of time allegedly
contracted for by the school
hfcard and $1000 for loss of use
ot a truck his father purchased
Ufc transport pupils to school.
Folquet claims the school board
contracted in 1930 for five years
, witb Paul Folquet, Sr., to trans
port pupils to school monthly for
iza. we says the contract has
2t months to run but declares the
board will not carry out its agree
ment. Folquet says his father
spent $1574 for a truck.
i The board is understood to
claim that the original contract
was made with the father, now
deceased and was not assignable.
Junior Y. Board
Meets Tonight
I For First Time
3 The first Junior board meeting
of the new school year will be
held at the Y. tonight under Gus
Moore,' boys' secretary succeeding
Dwlght Adams. Meetings will reg
ularly be held on Monday nights.
' The purpose of the meeting is
to organize boys' clubs and to dis
tribute routine work about the
building. Since the starting of
school more help will be needed,
particularly about jlhe office.
Pyrne Speaks at
; ; Ad Club Today
H. -
Charles G. Byrne, former head
of the department of industrial
journalism at the state college,
will be speaker at the Ad club
i luacheon at the, Bohemian res
taurant today noon. Byrne Is now
located In Salem and has charge
ofj the bureau of information at
the office of the state board of
higher education. Byrne is a
former newspaper man and has
J; ad varied experience In adver
tising and promotion work.
i CAGNET STILL OUT
i HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Sept 22
4AP) -r- After a conference late
Wednesday Warner Bros. First
National Studios announces that
"all negotiations are off" for the
, ITeturu to the screen of James Cag
ner, militant star who called a
one-man strike several months
go when his salary demands
:were reiused.
led on the piano
M. M. C.
Did you know that thev had
to give my Aunt Mvrtl thPr
twice for one. operation. Th
first was for the operation, and
me second was to stop her from
talking about it. . . .
M. M. C.
Mickey Mouse Is going to have
hfs fourth birthday party soon.
M. M. C.
I guess Murray Wade. Jr.. surf
ly took the prize for making the
most wise cracks last Saturday
M. M. C.
Again I use the same word
GREAT, and that is to emohaaizA
the program last week. On it were
uavia smith, Joyce Chambers,
Joe Martell. that colored
and can he dance, and Rov Mac.
who gave his Impersonation of
Maurice cnevauer.
M. M. C.
Late news which Just came
In. There will be a special show
for Mickey Mice tomorrow, and
Mr. Carey promises that it'll be a
sweu one.
So Long
ZOLLIE
Lions Support
Fair Bullfight
Supporting Director Max Gehl
hara state fair program. Lions
ciu& members voted unanimous
ly at their luncheon yesterday to
write to J. O. Holt, president of
the state beard of ae-rtMiltm-
asking that the bull fight be held
as seneauiea. This fight. It was
averred, "is a bull fight exhibi
tion primarily, not a real Spanish
dbii iigni."
AT SHERIDAN irTCTCT
BETHEL, Sept 21. Mr. and
mrs. w. ij. ureech ana na Mae
ann Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Nichols
attended the .Yamhill county
w armers' union picnic at Sheridan
on bunaay. They report a large at
tendance, excellent speakers and a
live meeting.
; -Cs Friday
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Cartoon
Review
News
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I Home of 25c Talkies
TODAY & SATURDAY
TONIGHT WE PRESENT
COMMUNITY
VAUDEVILLE
Three Prizes $5.00, $2.50 $i
Yaudivil Starts 0 P. M.
Till?
Of THE
with
WALTER HUSTON
JEAN HARLOW
Wallace Ford, Jean Hersholt
Also Cartoon Comedy, News A
Serial "THE SHADOW OF
THE EAGLE"
i COMING SUNDAY !
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GERVAI3, Sept 21 The sen
ior class of the high school elect
ed officers Tuesday as follows:
President, Mflard Henney; vice
president, Lillian Lemery; secre
tary, js rancea Mcuougali; treasur
er, Clara Messer; members of the
student tody council. Florence
Ferschweiler and Lelaad Dejar-
oun. Helena Sstadillo Is class ad
Tisor. ;
Some of the high, school girls
expressed a desire that a sewing
class be organized with the result
that Helen Estudfllo, commercial
teacher, now has a jsiwlnt cl&sa
of eight members. Those compos
ing the class are Constance Man
ning, Martha Hart, Inna, DeJar-
din. Luella Bern In P. nmtt r.ntm-
forth. Mary Adelman Celia Jeffer-
sn wnn one more to register next
wees.
Miss Catlln has arrantcA
high school girls' glee club. First
tryuta were held Tuesday. Later
on Mr. Buchanan plans to or
ganize a boys octet This work is
voluntary and carries no credits.
Spokesman tor
Truckmen Says
Bill is Unfair
L:..D- Smltn. representative of
here yesterday. Smith was on
organizinr tha oamnoc
against the West bill throughout
iao ttiaie.
Smith said the West bill, Vaa
"Pot ' cant catt kettla black"
proved the case in an Instance, In
justlca court yesterday. ,
"When Clair Shierk made com
plaint against ' Albert Berg of
Woodburn,. Shlerk, found himself
under arrest also, with result that
beta xaea faced Justice of the
Peace Millar Eaydeo yeeterday.
Berg la accused of knowingly
selling a motor vehicle engine by
alterina and defaein th tirli t
number thereon. Shlerk. waa the
purchaser, and made complaint on
this grounds. And when, Shlerk
talked ta state police, they arrest
ed him shortly for I mnroner rrlo-
tratloa of his car.: Berg pleaded
guiiiy ana was nnea sioo and
costs.-which, ha conld not mv. t,a
s is in tha county JalL
snierK aiso aamitted guilt, and
was fined $25 and costs. Unable
to pay same, he is also In Jail here.
Merchants are -
Queried About
Closing Views
The Salem Buainemi Mna
league is issulnr a call tar ail
business houses Interested fn one
way or another to express an opla
ion on whether or not local stores
should be closed all day or only
from noon on for Salem day at
the state fair. Salem day la Wed
nesday. Last year stores closed at
noon for the fair.
Merchants who wish to Indicate
their view should call the league
secretary at 5738 rigbt. away. -
-rr-
Smith said.
CRAWLS TOO HIGH
STAYON, Sept. 22 Perry Ray
Sheton suffered about a four-Inch
cut on his head the first of the
week, when he attempted to crawl
under a fence at the home of his
grandmother, Mrs. Shank, in Llun
county. It was necessary to bring
him here for medical attention.
I wai wrong!
THERE 4k
WTREOHly' JJ
Blessed Events
ia Hcricm county yeterdiT.
(What's tha matter with West
Salem f) Tomorrow there'll b 8.
ALVIN ROBERT!
(WtrU's Cbmp Ktyb Pttptr)
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WE APOLOGIZE !
To the many hundreds of
our patrons who were un
able to secure admission to
the Salem Ad Club's
Autumn Style Revue
The management has ar
ranged to present again.
the entire stage show
TONIGHT at 9 P.M.
OA GORGEOUS MODELS FROM oa
uU Salem's Leading Stores OU
PROLOGUE
"THE SPIRIT OF AUTUMN"
STAGED BY BARBARA BARNES
Plus a complete change of
nlmj program.
V
ROMANTIC
FIGURE!
following a flaming trail of
international intrigue
through the embassies and
boudaire of Washington, to
find that the lips of the
girl he loved held the secret
that threatened the na
tion's destiny!
i
Msaim
Ml);
with
KAREN
MORLEY 0
TTdDwrini
PLUS
RUDY VALLEE
in , a New Song Review
News Van Dine Mystery
v
starts EJAir
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arc&prewrrtr shoes fer Wth mea aad woeMSk Baaaa am'a afceea. Bie) O'NailL laVre.
rer women.
SPORT SHOES from a number of tha best factories.
HOSIERY Onr famous "ROLLINS RUN STOP Guaranteed Hoae."
SLIPPERS -Daniel Green,- 'BtnrtT,"MEvansw ft ether nationaDr known makes.
Battre stocaa saen-S saaea, eaOdrea'a skew. hmu attfyera aa4 WW leaiaer aaaOafS are la he
ewiBlala eleealeat, er ae aeattr aa HwHiai. aswa waat to reylaee taeat aepartaente wit eatfca
tr new aaanalaa. WIS make srtee wtta the view ef attatatar tak eaa.
as. rxics.
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Men's Shoes
Well known lines of nationally advertised makes.
Light and dark, brown and black calf and kid
leathers, imported Scotch grain, single and double
soles, both in oxfords and high shoes. We want
to dispose of our entire stock so we can replace
with all new numbers when we make out next
eastern purchase trip. Shoes regularly sold from
$10.00 to15.00 win be placed in two groups for
quick selling at
5 c2s 0().95
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SHOES
for ladies, in dozens of styles, black and brown
ties and pumps. The Selby Shoe Co. la cooperating
wit bus in this sale and have given us a wonderful
selection of their best $10.00 and $12.00 shoes.
So we eaa pass them on to our customers at thf
ridiculously low price of
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Ladies
PUMPS & TIES
Black and brown kid, black suede, Cuban
nd shaped heels. Regular $8.50 and $10
Talues. Most all sizes in the lot go at ont
price
Ladies
HOUSE SLIPPERS
Leather in red, blue, brown, black and
green. All sizes, formerly sold for $4.00
and $5.00. Every pair goes in this sale at
0ft .95 & $.9S
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Children's
SHOES
Wt are going to close out hundreds of pain children's
hoes in both pumps and oxfords, all leather, black,
brown and smoke. All sizes from the very small sizes
C9 to size two. These shoes are of the finest makes and
old regularly at $4.00 and $5.00. We will place them
in two groups and sell them at
Ladies
DRESS TIES
Genuine Calcuta lizard in brown or black.
all sizes. A very new last and pattern. Qe
a pair early at
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