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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, SatnrdayIornlng. October 1. 1932
Ivals all Reoort Serious
'r I Forest Blaze
UuMSVIIXK, Sept. S A tire
which caused a great deal of ex
element In Asmsville Wednesday
afternoon .was started from a
lighted cigarette that was dropped
fcr a boy who was cutting broth
- oa the Charlea Heln place north
Aw t ravldrv.sDreed over
ta rronnd and covered TS acres
, of brash and . grass .lands In a
I r i "v, nniu anil barns, aa
I DO TCI At MVWW -
well aa some livestock were en
dangered for a wane, a woca
was taken down la one place to
nbf'A ihMn in a corn field and
I thepasture they were In burnt
, f it was bard to get help to fight
ta blase as many were at the fair
afadL others were out In the fields
at work, r But "high school Joys
and some help from town was se-
' . . il. .1 - final! nnt
cured ana me ---
tThe hrat regular meeting of the
community dub will be held in
- ttu MiiAal hnlldmr. Tuesday night.
ctober 4. .The election of offl-
. cera and" a program will follow
K the usual dinner.
Bj OUVE M. DOAK
Warner Bros. Elsinore ;
Today Lionel Barrymore
In rrha Washington Mas
Saturday Midnight preview,
Today Ben Lyon In
! The Bollywood
today Tom Mix In "My Pal
T the King".
Saturday Midnight preview.
Bela Lugotl in -Muraera
of the Hue Morgue".
CKS CLlfJCH FLAG
Fires at Lyons
LYONS. Sept. 28 The
rangers on the Marion county side
of the river were phoning to Ly
rti Wednesday night for men to
help fight fire on the mountains
Tit t!f.wf v rsUr. three Hollywood
miles east of Mehama. Another
efsll for help was turned in early
this "morning. No Idle men were
aVallable here to go. The forest
fir- broke- out early Monday and
1 doing a lot of damage in the
'( A number of slashing fires are
burning In this vicinity, a few of
tfhlch got beyond control for
sport intervals. During the after
rioon hours, Wednesday, a brush
fire on the A. D. caraner iann
FIRST IN 18 M
(Continued from pas 1)
Angeles baseball club tonight in
double bill at Wiigley new.
to 4. and 5 to 1. The see-
on I was played seven innings by
i the Tictory In the first game
was the 26th for Shellenback this
rear. The lone spit-Dan nurier in
thej league held the Angels at his
mercy throughout the nine in
nines. Hollywood now is assured
of finishing second to Portland in
the Pacific Coast league.
Lo Angeles . . 4 a
; Shellenback and Bassler, May
er,! Moncrief, Baecht, Curtis and
Hollywood 5 10
Los Angeles ....... 1 4
i Sheehan and Franks; Ballou
Stitzel and Campbell.
Solons Clinch Third
OAKLAND, Califs Sept. 30
(AP) The Sacramento Senators
clinched third place in the Coast
Harry Scrogglns big gun of
Teacher Attack Which
Brings 6-0 Victory
f Contused (rem page t
foot teforciatartlnr bis run. "-
Willamette kept the ball in he
Teachers territory most ef the
game, but- Its best scoria g op
portunity earn when Orannls.
CHICAQO, Sept. SO (AP)
Chicago and Northwestern rail
way will sat SOI men to work in
Chicago ear shops Monday. Only a
skeleton fore has. been employed
ror several months.
CHICAGO. Sept. 10 f AP W
The Ulehla Printing Press and
nanuracfurlBg company announ
ced a resumption of Derations
Sept la with S00 town working
At Homa h Buena Vista
Sunday; List ol Invited
' Guests" Given
at tha homa at Mr. and Mrs. U.
EOar. To this came Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Stout ot Seappooaa, Mr.
and Mrs. Panl Wagner and Mad
am Wagner of Portland and Mr.
and Mrs. George Fischer of Glad
stone. , - ' !....
From Aurora wera Mr. and
Mrs. B. O. Robinson, Mrs. Tran
els Green, Mr. and. Mrs. W. H.
Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Bradtl, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bad-
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico. Sept.
(AP) National guardsmen
siuMf aaa a . eaa jmi mm m v ovew- m - . - -
ler. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Strick- lld aslda their guns today by or
lad. ix.rth. Rndil UarforT der of COTeraor Berarley to ba-
Stephens, Melyfa and Joha Enr
a&d Mr. and Mrs. U. Xiler. Mrs.
Green, mother at Mrs. Robinson,
INDEPENDENCE. Sapt, SO
i1!0"0! ,Urt work U lh 1 1?.,?01?!: VitnJ 2W will r'emaln at the famny home!
' , win ba held Sunday at their
HAMMOND, Ind.. Sent. Is homa In the Buena Vista district.
(AP) Tha New York Central I The Ublea wiU be placed on the
placed SI men at work la tha ear I lawn and decorated with yellow
center intercepted a pass aaO I uo' nr yvscaroay, -Win add I cn mangoios, zinnias, yeiiow
raced to the it-yard una. car I mm wpects to i "uuia x"w iunwub. .r.
nady erashad tha Una to thok& t&am at work Indefinitely, Jn Mrs. Purriae wars married
afrht-Tnrd mark but thsra wlr I " sma csrs, sj. i. wu wtwuw prBu,
Washington. They llred for mt-
oral years at McNary station,
morlng seven years ago to the
farm at Buena Vista. .
Relatives and friends who will
help tha Purrlnes celebrate the
50 th anniversary of their marrl-
BUZES TO YOUTH
lamette was held for downs. ox. masiar car builder said.
Despite the fact that Wlllam-1 - - V
ette had a patched-np backfield iJinaiwuiuH. auu, Sept. SO
with three regulars not In uni-J(AP) -Officials of tha Sloss
form, ft had tha beat or It on I aaemeia siaai ana iron company
total yardage. Tho Teaehors wTfl recall 100 workers Tuesday
rains "wera mostly concentrated I with resumption of oneratianm
la the two goalward marches In 1 which will increase pig iron pro-1 ago will bo: from Portland, Jor-
the third period., ; auwion s&s to 480 tons dally. I dan Purriae, Miss OUrO Sklpton.
LitUe Ovarec, freshman Bear- . 18. C. H. Thompson. Colonel and
cat, got away for one 20-yard 1 WASHINGTON. Sept. SO. J Mrs. Percy Willis, and Miss Mar
gain and Punched through tor I (AP Stanley Dollar, nreaident I nrt Pnrrlim, Trrnm R1atyi Mr.
innumerable shorter ones.' and of the Dollar SteamshlB line, aaldland Mrs. M. Pnrrlne and son. I result in at one tanner sunerea
Pinl ntuM. rhtnflw nil art I tad ay Tim had tnlit Taltn DilDr.i r M v..... t... htr financial loss. -C'
bullet-like, throws to Kaiser who rer that ha found "tha travel hum. kit. Mr. amd llm. Imim rtmlnr.l The most serious forest tires
A number ot the most serious
incendiary forest fires now raging
in various sections ot the state
were set by boys IS years old and
under, Lynn Cronemlller, state
forester, reported today.
Cronemlller yesterday received
a report from Lincoln county that
three boys' under IS years ot ago
had aet nine fires there with tho
eomo for tha moment carpenters
snd masons la tho rebuilding ot
tha city. v
Tha governor also requested
that United States troops bo de
tailed if available to tha duty ot
repairing' tho damage wrought by
last Monday's hurricane. All tho
able-bodied, citizenry already are
at tho task ot reconstruction.
Tho governor estimated" today
that 7S.000 persons wars home
less, aad millions of dollars in
property was destroyed.
What the city misses most is
electricity. Tho power house went
ont of operation during the storm.
There, is not enough water from
the reservoirs to run tho bakeries.
the trolley ears or to light tho
houses. Tho lack of water is es
This morning there was a alight
run on the banco popular as a
resalt ot the closing last night ot
tho banco territorially Agrlcola.
The officers announced the banco
popular would remain open night
took them on the dead run, were ilae&s picking up in all, parts ot thai ton, Mr. and Mrs. AI Cohen, Mr. 1 re B0W "slag tn Coos-and Co-jaBd ay to pj depositors, and It
likewise effective. Clark, another 1 world.1
freshman at end, r along with
Weisser and Jockisch, tackles, put
up a great defensive game,
though it is difficult to single
out any two or three players, as
the Bearcat defense was effective
at all times. Soma well-timed
passes, chiefly Welter to Scrog
glns, formed the Normal's almost
sole method of attack except for
the few times that Scrogglns
The gaxna was marred by in
LflST AWARDS IN
A. M. Purvln. nrt Tni-1n. .Bd "imsm coaauea, vronemuier aaio.
Fred Purvina. Mr. 8. H. Barker, Th Tiff la Coos county hss
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barker, and son loesuwyeo eonsioexaoie green urn-
was believed at noon that the alow
run had been checked.
4-H CUSS TOLD
SamueL Bam Phillips, and Mrs.
Greta Hlgtt Mrs. A. A. Penning
ton of Clarkeston,' Washington.
Mr. aad Mrs. Allan Purvina snd
sons Marry, George, and William
Mr. aad Mrs. Slmar Purvlne ot
Newport; Mr. and Mrs. Dana Pur
viae aad children. Winston, El
nora. Julius, and Beth ot Surer:
Mr. aad Mrs. Garfield Byers and
ber, while another stand of tim
ber was destroyed In Columbia
Many smaller fires were report- j
ed in Josephine, Douglas, Coos
snd other western Oregon coun
AriDTHEH OF IhSULL
(Continued from par 1)
was aeeand. ClaelrSmAa Itlrit
cessant ball-packing by the offi-t whil Ijh m ni. f,h.i.t.H .. t
Si.i w. lffnv 9le!2n Washington county also Mr. and Mrs. Grant Byers and son
y?S?L 7?eiX? hlf tfca plaeod. first In the crops demon- Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. George
i r w - wVvww- ww s iriaim. ai si. rw cxi i asM w hsb kuu
a team composed of Ivaa BlerlyiMiss Alive Macaulay, all of Inde-
STUM EE PiJECT
H. a. . a.K t a a a.
t- ' - . i iriiKim rzsiTB ue-i n luhikul ij t l k-
rim throueh a heavy stubble neia . , . . v, Paul.
ifti d heir was needed to prevent It v." , A, v I TVilliama
T . ' ... . , ,i ucaun iiuui niw uaa.a x lu (
t K a firm hiuiM inn fit n- 1 . .. .... I
:. Fire Near Gervals
. i; GERVAIS. Sept. 30 Frra of
Undetermined origin started In
the timber of the Andrew Smith
was disqualified for kneeing.
Willamette Oregon Normal
Kaiser ; LE Gordon
Jocklsch . . . . VLT. . . . GusUfsoa
Boyd .,.LG Wadln
Grannis ...... C ... Harp
Felton RG . . . McKenzIe
Weisser RT ..... . Cannon
Clark ..RE PhilHna
. . 4 . . . Vf. . . .
and Kenneth Koeber,
Tillamook won first in the mis
cellaneous demonstrations, based
on "care and management ot
bees." Members of the team were
Edward Weston and Eugene Z.
Neketln. Portland was second.
Clackamas third, and Marlon waa
and then winning the second In
seven innings S to 3.
The last contest was the final
night game of the season here.
tn the first game, both teams
i wera ragged and the Senators
vUnrica tVi& offrow mnr.fff-r-AMril
- . I 111UU V IUO BlilBI a a -I i UUUU.
ulace on route one Wednesday -,,, -nfoo. .. , -u-v.
Bjfternoon and burned over 10 or lns duel between Manuel Salvo.!
16 acres, xniny or cruB vM senator hurler. who held the
Ovarec. . . . . . .RH
Johnson. ..... ,F
Scoring, touchdown, Welter
Referee, Sam Dolan; umpire,
Mike Moran; head linesman,
ot wood were burned entailing a
:' ljjts of $00 or 75 besides const d-
enable damage to the timber. No
H Insurance was carried. The wood
if as sold to a Salem firm, but will
- tie Mr. Smith's loss
Oaks to five hits, and Clarence
Fleper on the mound for the
home team. A double to right
field by Lahman drove in the
Sacramento 17 16 1
UNTIL OCTOBER 15
Tha h.Or ahowm&nahlB inntt
HIatt I SDSCial was won hv Wallara rinftr.
GretSCh flar. of Marion, with Hnmer Rhl-
by. Linn, second, and Wilmer Ar
erhoff, Linn, third.
In the Valley Packing company
special, awards were given to con
testants from six counties, as fol
lows: Linn county Homer Shelby,
first; Ruth Shelby, second. Lane
county Ariel gh Tracey, first;
peadenee; Mr. and Mrs. Orley
Brown, and children Elva Ann,
Edward, and Clara Paulino and
Mr. Jackson Purvlne and tho hon
or guests. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus
Purvlne of Buena Vista. Other!
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Frank, Mr. John Loy and son
Gilbert, and Joe Dotson.
Starting the 1933 membership
driva for Canltal Post No. B.
GleirHarwood, aecond, and Albert American Legion, Adjutant Wll- the pulp wood for the Salem mill;
SCIO, Sept. SO. Two thousand
dollars la wages and payment tor
timber stumpago have been dis
tributed la this district during tho
summer by A. J. Stasek who this
spring received a $6500 contract
for pulp wood from tho Oregon
Pulp A Paper company. Stasek is
nearly through with his contract,
which called for 1260 eords ot
pulp wood aL 15.60 a cord, deliv
ered in Salem. Trucks, running
night and day, have delivered the
wood to Salem, the truckage cost
ing about 2500.
Ten to IS men have been regu
larly employed throughout the
summer cutting the wood. The
money received has been of great
help in this district. In addition to
CHICAGO, Sept. SO (AP)
Aaother iasull operating com
pany went Into receivership to
day whlla prosecutors, delving
Into tho books ot middle West
Utilities snd Mississippi Valley
Utilities Investment compsny, re
ported evidence that they had
paid oft a S170.S20 brokerage ac
count for Martin J. InsulL
The Chicago, North Shore and
Milwaukee railroad waa the lat
eat ot the Insull transportation
units to confess itself unable to
So sererehad the decline In
business been that during the
last eight months the electric
line, operating between Chicago
and Milwaukee, had not met op-
oratlnx coats and even a loan ox.
11,110.000 from tho Keconstrue- -m
tloa Finance . corporation could
not ward oft receivership. . 1
Federal Jsdga James xx., wa-.
kersoa sppotated A. A. - Sp regno
aad Brltton L Budd receivers. Li
abilities of the North Shora Una
were estimated at S3.000.ooo
more than current assets. .Tha
company consented to tho peti
tion filed by tho American Brake
Shoo aad Foundry company, a
creditor. ? r --. : ; ' 1-
PITIED FOR ASSAULT
8ILVERTON. Sept. - SO Frank
Wlndes and Ed Erens each wera
fined SIS in Justice court hero
today following an all-day trial
on charges ot assault. Tho casa
appeared before Justlca of tho
Peace P. L. Brown as a result
of Deputy Prosecutor WU J.
Page's motion that me cnarge
against Wlndes bo reduced from
criminal to simple assault.
The defendants testified la
their own behalf and Al Nlcker-
son was also called "by tho de-
tense. A motion .by Defense At
torney Alt O. Nelson for dismis
sal ot the case on account ot
incompetent evidence- was overruled.
Tho case grew out of aa axiair
at tho George KilUan homo la
the SllTeraoa district last. Sat
urday night when Constable s. A.
Pitney was called. Kllllaa and J.
L Springstead asserted that Wln
des and Krens had assaulted Kll-
Han, vho Js one-armed- ntney
arrested the two men aad also
Al Nlckerson who had accompan
ied them to tho Kllllaa home.
Nockersoa was later released.
Tho first hearing was held
before Justice .Brown Monday af
ternoon and drew a large crowd
of curious and interested. Whea
the case was taken up again
today tha courtroom was filled.
HOMES WASHED AWAY
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 30
(AP) More than 400 houses
have been washed away by flood
waters of the Chuvlscar and Sa
cramento rivers, which Join on
the outskirts ot the city ot Chi
huahua, a dispatch from Chihua-,
hua today declared.
Tha Mt. Angel lire department i Oakland 9 16 4
was called and worked about iour i Bryan Vinci and Wlrts: Join-
bjoure before the lire was orougnc j OTf phebus and Penebsky.
STATE FI TOPAY
PREMIUMS IN FULL
Sacramento 3 7 1
Oakland 3 5 1
; Salvo and Woodall; Fieber and
i Seals Edge Missions
AN FRANCISCO. Sept 30
(AP) The Seals won their first
game today in the current series,
taking a third-Inning lead and
beating the Missions 5 to 4. Babe
Dahlgren, first baseman, knock-
I Brensel. ;
....4 10 0
Rlcci; Zinn and
Continued from pas 1)
with groups ot pets, with Miss Es- J fd jln all the Reds' runs
ther Arnold as marshal, ana Bea
viertoa high band.
MlDiTialon V will bo tor those
with odd or assorted pets, includ
ing birds, fowl, fish, rabbits, with
. Mra. Margaret Nelson as marshal,
i; Division VI will be for those
bpya aad girls wearing costumes,
with Mrs. May belle ML Bureh as
.The satire program will have
?Ee benefit of McDade's experience
la staging pet and costume par
; ados for the Oregon Journal Jun-
' lers. Ha has been appointed gen
eralissimo of tho parade.
WOODBURN, Sept. 80. At
least two more weeks of pear can
ning are ahead tor the Ray-Brown
cannery nere, according to Dean
Ray, plant superintendent. The
pear pack this year will be tho
largest in the cannery's history.
The pack began August 17,- ex
tremely low prices. being paid for
The dally payroll of the can
nery exceeds Si 000. Two shifts
working eight hours each are em
ployed. The prune pack has been com
pleted at tho cannery, totaling S50
Forcht, third. Polk county- Ar
thur Llnegar, first; Arthur Tung-
en. second, and Carl Llnegar.
Marlon county Donald Brooks
first; Palmer Torvend, second.
Yamhill county Ross Daniels,
AIM IS 10.1100,001
(Continued from page t)
ond. Irish Setters. Dr. Rae Smith.
Phil Lelsh. 8pringer Spaniels, W.
A. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kes-
terson, Frances Palmer, Dr. C. o.
Sabtss aad Dr. A. B. Bailey, firsts.
V Foxterrlers, smooth W. M.
Coats. Wire Mrs. Slocam, Jsmea
B. Harrison, Charles Campion.
Faatwiro - Kennels; August A.
- Pekingese Gladys McArdle,
Hadjo M. Robertson, Judith Con
cell, Lillians M. Paris, firsts.
Pomeranians Mrs. C. H. Mel
lish. Mrs. Herbert Aekley, first.
NEW YORK, Sept, 30 (AP)
The national young republican
organization launched a drive to
night to enroll 10,000,001 young
men and women as members.
'That last one7 said George
Oluutead, 31-year-old national di
rector, "will bo Jthe 'forgotten
'If that Individual can be found
by November 8 we are sure he
will want to vote the republican
Olmstead said the organization
had! already enrolled 110,000
members in one state alone, Illinois.
Open House for
School Boys is
"Open House" at tha Y. M. C.
A. last night for the fifth and
sixth grade boys i of the city
schools, turned out to bo a great
success, . with a wild aad noisy
crowd of 2,50 youngsters present.
The program opened with two
trumpet solos by Wesley Boeder,
high school band director, and
Professor Cameron Marshall ot
Willamette university led tha
group in singing. Following this
a program of sports was carried
out in the gymnasium led by Gas
Moore and Bob Boardman.
Invited by Spec Keene, Willam
ette coach, the entire lot
went from the Y building
athletic field to see the football
game between Oregon Normal and
Willamette, i It was claimed by
uus Moore that his bunch com
J. B. Fitzgerald, information
director, and H. N. Proebstel.
traffic director ot the West Coast
Lumbermen's association, Seattle,
stopped in Salem en route to Eu
gene to attend a meeting ot lum
bermen last night, The lumber
interests are taking up with rail
liam Bllren yesterday announced
he had received tho new member
ship cards and waa prepared to
register legionnaires and other
Qualified ex-service men. Dues of
the Legion are payable October
Rumors thst not all legion
naires were actually world war
veterans was denied by BtXvan
wno declared that before a man
may Join tho Legion, his discharge
papers showing his branch ot
service, number and service ree
oad most be submitted to aad ap
proved by the state department of
i the Legion.
; Monday night at the regular
post meeting, to be held In Fra
ternal temple, tha new officers
will be Installed with Department
Commander Jack Eakln of Dallas
administering the oath. Entertain
ment aad refreshments will be
several, hundred cords of wood
bate- been delivered for fuel at
the state- institutions. ,
. SWkKP.tlXIXD BY FALL
PORTLAND. Ore., Sept. 30
(AP)-Ceorga D.f Monroe, 55, a
ehtntney" ""-sweep- of Brentwood,
Ore died today from lajurles suf
fered when he fell-down a ven
tilator shaft in a downtown
HOWELL BOYS WEf
NORTH HOWELL. Sept. 29
North Howell corn club boys
again received honors In tha state
fair awards when 2an Esson took
second place, and R. C. Jefferson
Jr. fourth place in the western
division of 4-H club work.
roads the matter of securing tow- InCTeaSe T 003 V
T frAirnt vafaa nn Tn m K.. tnti I ar
Goes in Eiiect
On Parcel Rate
or freight rates on lumber into
the big consuming centers ot the
"The mills la the valley are
rail mills,- said Fitzgerald.
They need to hare lower rates
to get lumber into the mid west
ern farming country. With lower
rates the railroads will get more
ears to haul, and the lumbermen
of the Interior will get a bigger
Plans are being worked oat for
combining tho Willamette valley
; lumbermen's organization with
, the west coast body.
Senator Reed Smoot of Utah lorlsed the Mret riuHK. .w.Mrt
conferred at eastern republican I at the same ;
Id, SAIMl BID
;i (CanUaaad froa 1)
work will carry the! approvement
to near the Junction with the
North Bantlam roato.
'i Qulas m Robins, ot Boise, were I euictioa day is adeqaete time.
Bond Repeal to
Fight, They Say
lumbers of a' local committee
charged with circulating petitions
te place a repeal measure of the
S2.900.O00. water bond issue au
thority, continued their work yes
terday. They announced they
would back a maHdamus action in
tha courts to force the measure
on the November S ballot if offi
cials denied them that right The
petition backer maintain that the
fttlag of petitions for tho special
measure within SS days ot tho
Final Rites WiU
Be Held Saturday
HAVANA. Sept 30. (AP)
Rioting students assembled in
font of the homo ot Senator Wil
fred o Fernandez, had a brush
with police today and a number
nt alitta ftul li.r. .Vm.
ror C. E. CoooerIdl,tWDR,lc wa" ended.
men bystanders fainted as tho po
lice, pursuing the fleeing students,
tired In the sir. Presumably tha
students were msrklng tho second
anniversary of the death of Rafael
Trejo. "stadeat martyr" who was
killed In as aati-governmeat demonstration.
Becoming effective today, aa
Increase of from one to two cents
a pound will be made on parcel
post rates, the difference de
pending upon the zone to which
the mall is being-sent Postmas
ter J. H. Farrar announced yes
terday. No increase haa been an
nounced yet in tho local zone. In
crease In tho first, second and
third sones amounts to one cent
a pound, while In the fourth.
fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth
it will amount to two cents. Per
sons living on raral routes will
benefit by a small decrease from
the new rates.
The added rates ars in keeping
with ether Increases put in force
by the postal department of
A new serial for the
Mickey Mouse dob
Starts Today 1 P. 11.
Flos a Special Plctwe
Tonight at Fairgrounds
The Great Night Stampede
In Horse Show Building.
first Urns ea raelfle Coast saeh a specUcalsr rodee with
features presented hadeera. First Urge shipment ef fighting, Jump
tog Brahma steers bate the northwest.
A shew ef Champions and past champions of the arena ef the
world. Outlaw horses, Brahma steeri, daring riders, cossacks, ball
flghters ta new tat tniming ban dodrmg exhibition (Not a beJ
fight) Hollywoed talent and radio entertainers. Admission only 50e
Oregon Loggers Feature Dance
See and Hear Your Friends in Television
(First Tkme en the Coast)
FREE STRAWBERRY ROAN RODEO
Free every slterneea at the Grand Stand. tpectacala
ADMISSION TO GROUNDS AFTER S P. M. 23
Home of 2Ac Talklee
Last Times Todaj
Special Mickey Moom Mat- J
inet Today 1:30 P. M.
low at f f MIT tor sartaeiag tho
Canyon City-Bams highway Be
tween Canyon City and tho Junc
tion with tho John Day highway
and- eirht miles mora south of
Casy oa City. J. A. Terletin, at
fipokans. were second low at
i From Amity are
Traced to Salem
City Recorder Kara Poalsen re
ported yesterday that ao complet
ed petitions had yet been Wed ta
PIONEER, Sept 30 O. S.
Cooper who has beea aa invalid
for the past year and a halt died
Thursday morning at 1:45. Ha
waa bedfast tha past two weeks
and suffered much. I Mr. CooDer
was 75 years old. being born la
New York. He jcame to Oregon in
1912 with his family and has re
sided on the homo place la this
neigaooruood si ace that time.
Mr. cooper leaves to mourn his
loss a wife and two boas, Fred ot
Eageaa and George of this com
munity, four graadchUdrea and
many friends, I .
The funeral wiU take nlace at
tha Dallas Funeral home Satur
day at z o'clock, i
FareweU Given For
AURORA, Sept S9 As a fare
well to Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Rob
inson, who are moving to Port
land front Roblnwood. their coun
try home, for the winter months.
is seugnuui no-noet pic ale was
1 arraaged for Sunday afternoon
Attend war Mine o'clock Show
aad rrmala for llttS P. L
MIDNIGHT MATIKEB FREE
MEXICO " CITT. Sept Jt
(AF)---Fraaciaco CarvalaL for
mer provisional president of Mex
ico, died todar of aaeendleitla.
Ha retired to private life after a!
short term in soccasalen to Flo-
VIOLIN SOLOIST and
McMXNNVltLK. Ore, Sept, f
(AP) A modern case at horse
stealing wss reported today by
Carr Fowler ot Amity. 'Her told
Sheriff G. VT. Manning that tho
horse-thieves . loaded a 1,119
continuation of 1 the present
grand Jury for another term ot
court was ordered yesterday by
Judge L H. McMahan. T
Personael of tha committee to (judge -aid tha lurors had a-nnm.
! direct CapiUl Post No. i 'g Amerl- J ber of important matters ref ore
can region Armistice oay eeieora-1 them which made it wise to keep
tlonj here next month was an- the same personnel on the iarr.
notnrted last night as follows: I The present Jury has held office
ft, IT. Delaney, eaalrman; Kimer i now for a year.
v. .wooten, R. H. B as sett, cane
AhrSms, Walter Zosel, W, C. Vln-
eeati Oliver Huston, Arthur Bates,
James Carey and William BUrea,
Bonn mare of his into a. trailer I secretary. '
esterfav. thea headaii lhronah to! The committee will meet Tnes-I la a critical condition at the Ce-
LTonmouth,. and ratumed ta Sa-1 day evening to start off plans for dars of Lebanon hospital in Hel-j
lem where their traU was lost I the affair. tiywooa waay.
- BCIJLB BEXNETT ILti'
LOS ANGELES, Sept 80-
(AP) Belle- Bennett portrayer
of mother roles on tha screen, is
1 U i h
- . ...
pi THE BIG
BEN ltox Trrr
SUXDAl MONDAY - TUESDAY
rtnt owtas; ta Salewa
VARNta OLAMt) AlCtAUDSIt KIW1LAMD
'stranger love haa ao
L W to m 1 W
J J, W 0
1 ComlBg Sunday, lloaday
GREATER THAX -XUXL'g
AKGSL4- ' '. ,
MICKEY MOUSE CLUB, 1 P. M.
'CAPTAIN ' THUNDER'
A WORLD OP ADVENTURE AND LAUGHS!
LAST TIMES TODAY
W t lOkiri aw
as w 1 a a. a
DRAMA, intrigue in a
pageant of thrills
; at 11:30 :
Ym wiU Hirer forzat!
MThlU mbm , . Iromnt trlrl
, trader (be tropical rptll
of tha flamoTotis Sotrtli
Bui . and the moen
frenched Bhora ofJI&v&Il!
And ths TABU!