PAGE TWO The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Morning. October 18, 1932 fiSKfic Meeting to Discuss Night Courses -Scheduled v Fop Thursday Plans for the organization of evening nigh school courses, which will be carried oat If a real and sufficient need develops, will be formulated at t meeting of those Interested toOe held at the high school Thursday at 7:30 s.m., announced T. T. Me Kenzie, Tocational director, last night. -' ' ' ' -:' More than 80 -students who are not now attending high school hare asked for evening Instruction. Discussion of courses which might be offered, and reg istration of applicants will take place at the meeting. It is prob- able that costs of instruction will ha vie to be borne, at least in part br those registering for the classes, and only those who can be definitely benefitted will be oermltted to enroll, McKensie stated. Some applications hare been received for evening classes in the past but never before to such an extent as this year. The mat ter was placsd before the school "board at -Its meeting last week 4 referred back to the voca tional training department for further inquiry. "Evening: school work In Sa lem is far below the average for cities of similar size in other lo calitiiM," McKenxle said. "Aver age registrations range from 2 to: & per cent of the total popu lation of each city Phoenix, Ari zona, for instance has a popula tion of approximately 75,000 and registers from ?00p to000 In its' evening schools.' Portland has at largo end going program." rln the past, evening classes In rSalera have been limited to ' adults. Special short units in ma chine shop, sewing and others are being offered again this year. Xight high school work, if ar ranged, will be a new thing in Salem and is expected to fill a definite need since many students drop out of school before gradu ation, either from choice or from necessity, and later find that fur thor training is necessary before 'advancement may be obtained. In cases where students must re tain their positions it Is possible only for them to attend the even ing classes. "McKenzle urges that those in terested be present Thursday ev ening or to call either himself at the high school or Miss Violet " Swanson of the part time con ttnuittion school, at 5719. 1 ; (Continued from pag 1) the office of Adjutant Bliven, 215 Masonic building. A delegation from the post. In cluding the drum corps, will go to the dedication at Sublimity this afternoon. Several members will also attend a meeting at Mon mouth Thursday night. Entertainment arranged by Bill Brar.eau Included songs by Newell Williams, numbers on the musical saw by Slater, Clifford Lents In ukelele and yodeling numbers, and songs by Miss Martha Floor with Mr. Anderson as accompan ist. i A talk on the service commit tee's work and problems was giv en by Miller Harden. STILL 1CERT1 t (Continued from pag 1) -the water repeal vote contend tbat City. Recorder Poulsen should be mandamused to print billots for ?the election and that County Clerk Boyer should like wise be compelled to see that tie ballots are properly counted and the results announced. , Which ever way the manda mus action lsr decided In circuit court hero, will result In appeal, . according to counsel for the op posing sides. - Should the supreme court up- hold the request and grant the mandamuses, the city charter provides that election notices must be sent to each registered voter at .least ten days before election. Gil SERVICE FOR hubb en WATER REPEAL IS Ji: Said Thwarted "NEWPORT NEWS, Ta.. Oct ,IT (AP) A 110,008 extortion plot against Homer L. Fergu son, president of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock company, was believed by police to have been thwarted today with ". the arrest of Herbert Young. 44 a former employe of the ship yards. Last Times TODAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY The Man of 1CC0 Characters In his first great love mm - orama i -. - SSffiESK i COMING HERE 'a DR. DANIEL POLINO TO HERE MEMBER 1 Dr. Dan Polling, nationally known orator and minister, will speak here Tuesday night, Nov-1 ember 1, on the question of pro-1 posed repeal of the Anderson pro- hihitlon law, it was announced I here yesterday. by Marion county I representatives of the state com mittee of One Hundred opposed to the bill. Dr. Poling was booked to speak several weeks ago- but cancelled all engagements to fly east to as sist In the search for Dr. Ray mond Robbing, missing prohlbi-1 ttonist worker, whose whereabouts have never been found. Poling, raised In Oregon and well known locally, is expected to deliver a slashing attack at the Anderson repeal measure on the ballot November 8. Fred J. Tooze, Jr., is In charge of local arrangements - for the meeting which will be free to the public. S SENATOBIA, Miss., Oct. 17. (AP) Conflicting reports tonight said that from three to seven ne groes had been killed today by en raged posses scouring the hills of Tate county for Jesse Williams, 45-year old negro who killed Dep uty Sheriff Walker Williams yes terday. At least two other negroes and a deputy sheriff were wounded. District Attorney Milton Thomp- son said he knew of only three negrotts who had been killed. Perry Poe, newspaperman of Cold water, said he had seen the bod ies of four and heard reports that posse men had killed three more. Deputy Sheriff Williams was killed with his own pistol here after he arrested Jesse Williams on a robbery charge. A posse was hastily organized by Sheriff A. C. Williams, father of the slain deputy, and a trail was followed to the home of "Judge" Crawford, a negro farmer. Reports made to me indicate the posse was fired upon from within the Crawford home, one of the shots slightly wounding Deputy Max Lloyd, Thompson said. The posse returned the fire, killing Crawford, one of his sons and a son-in-law. Crawford's wife and another son also were wounded. OH LISTED AS SAFE TOR HOOVER WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (AP) Just returned from a second campaign journey Into the mid west, President Hoover today de cided to make still another west ward political trip and speak at Detroit Saturday night. The president s decision was made almost simultaneously with his receipt of a forecast of victory In November from one of his chief political lieutenants, Secretary Mills. Asked what he had reported concerning his transcontinental campaign swing. Mills said ho had described six of the states through which he passed as "safe" for the president. Of an equal number of states, he either said the result would be "close" or declined to comment. The states ha listed In the "safe' category were California, Oregon, Wyoming, Utah, Kansas and Michigan. Ha declined to com ment on New Mexico and Arizona and said there would bo a close fight In Washington, Missouri. .Nebraska and Minnesota. coming here; 7 -vr.: 1 A - ' A. n I K LI UN'S o immnnii OBSERVES DVER8I1 Banquet Ends Celebration; First Congregational Is Sent Greetings Tha celebration of the 80 th an niversary of tha founding of the First Congregational ehnrch of Salem came to an and last night with a banquet, In tha social par lors of the church. Greetings from former pastors and members of th church wera read by Dr. W. C Kantner, former pastor. Rev. Kv O. Stover brought the greetings o a "daughter" ehnrch. Knight Me morial. William MeGilchrist, Sr., former choir director, sang two numbers. An Interesting number also was a vocal dnet by Mrs. Bab cock and Mrs. Duncan, both long time members of the church. Dr. Raymond B. Walker, pastor of the First Congregational ehurch of Portland, brought a challenging message to the assem bly. Instead of confining his re marks to the platitudes for the attainment of a ripe old age, Dr. Walker boldly spoke on the topie "The worst Is. yet t6 come".. In this period of destitution there are social strains - and domestic tension, moral lapses, - delinquen cies, which lay fresh burdens upon agencies like the church. The changing conditions in which a new order of affairs Is being con- structed demand that religion sup- piy me etnie ana the motive which anau govern. Sunday's services were also celebration services. At night an i old-time service of praise was en joyed with a large company pres ent of persons who had in former years sung In' the Congregational choir. Mr. MeGilchrist acted as conductor. Many of the ladles who attended were dressed in the garb of long ago, looking as though they had stepped out of a daguerreotype a half-century old. Dr. j. R. Simonds Is present pastor of the ehnrch and presided as toastmaster at the Monday night banquet FINLEY LECTURES T A fair-sized crowd was on hand at the high school auditorium last night to view the series of motion pictures shown by William L. Fin ley, explorer, naturalist and pho tographer, and to hear his accom panying talk on the subject. Alaskan Wild Life and the Ko- diak Bear." The same perform ance given In the afternoon was also well attended by the students. In all Finley showed five reels of pictures the first showlns bird life on the Islands off the coast of Alaska, the second show- Ing a clear picture of Muir Glacier and Glacier Bay, the third deplct- ing animal life featuring a couple of eub bears, the fourth showing unusual scenes of a number of whales leaping from the water high into the air, and the last reel showing intimate pictures from the life of the Kodlak bear. The share of the proceeds taken In for the day's entertainment re ceived by the high school, will be uBed for the purpose of. purchas ing a piano for the school. 6 IK THREE STATES ATLANTA. Oct. 17 (AP) Rivers in three southern states were at flood stage today, causing isolation of homes, interruption of traffic, a train accident and a threat to overflow. In Alabama the Black Warrior has risen 60 feet, 14 above flood stage, and all other streams in that state were reported rising. At Northport a few houses in the lower sections were isolated and numerous families In the lowlands of Walker and Tuscaloosa coun ties evacuated their homes. The Tennessee river was rising slowly as it pushed through Ala bama, but torrential rains had di minished near Birmingham. In North Carolina and South Carolina flood warnings remained posted as the Catawba river over flowed under general rains of from two to more than seven inch es over the week-end. 0LIYWOW Home of 25c Talkies LAST TDIES TODAY A OOMiyq WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Wed. Beautr Cream Nite k. li W" 1 mi - i sain on ETJCES RIVERS OD RECOVERING o - -o 5 Stricken while waitiaff to go on the stage of a Brooklyn, N. T theatre, where she had been making- per sonal appearances, LUyaa T ash man, t screen star, - knows as the best-dressed woman in Hollywood, is reported oat of danger following aq emergency operation for appen dicitis la a New York hospital. Miss T ashman Is tha wife of Edmun . Lowe, also a film actor. The Call Board By OLIVE M. DOAK HOLLYWOOD Today Howard Phillips aad Preston Foster in "Tha Last Mile". Wednesdar "M If a Star." Friday "When A Feller Needs a Friend". THM GRAJTD Today Jean Bennett in.The - Trial or vivienna ware". Wednesday Edward O. Rob- lnson in "Two Seconds. Friday Buck Jones in "White Eagle . WARNER BROS ELKIXORE Today Irene Dunne and John Boles In "Back Street." Wednesday "New Morals for Lanra Hon Hrava. Friday Ricardo Cortes in "The Phantom of Crest- wood". Builders Hold Regular Meet The regular business meeting of the board of directors of the Oregon Building Congress was held last night at the U. 8. hank building. The important business on hand was the discussion and compilation of figures and facts concerning the letting of federal building contracts. Soma time was given over also to the dlscussln of the coming membership drive. JOE KNIGHT WINNER CHARLESTON. S. C Oct. IT (AP) Joe Knight, of Cairo, aa., decisively outpointed George Nichols, of Buffalo, N. Y recog nised by th National Boxing as sociation as lLrht heaTywiht champion of tha world, la their in-round coxing match hero to- nignt. A of FannieHursfo "KCI ! - TIMES f W TODAY ( 1 T SALEM HERE IS A PICTURE FROM THE JIEABT OF YOUTH "Mew op with the Greatest HGM Cast since "Grand HoteT LOUISE GLt)SSER HALE BIARGAREt PERRY ? ROBERT TOUNG JEAN HERSHOLT I f. EHTCI1ELL LEWIS Stirring Drcsia Ill LIST IS EXliSIVE Several motor Tsbicle eMnt were reported over tha weekend in ana near saiem. M. Berg, of route f renorted that hla ear u struck by a Southern Pacific train while parked on 12th street la front of the state agricultural banding. Ha had parked with his car partly over the railroad track. Althonrh th maefctn damaged to a largo extent he was aoie to onve it downtown, Jennia Hamer of tha Bunga low hotel in Woodbnrn, reported that after aettlnr her mlrnd down In th soft shoulders of the nignwar and being pulled out by a state -nollceman. her tmnhl had only started for her automo- out was strucK from the rear by a car driven by O. C. Sher man of Portland and arain knoeked In the ditch, with Sher man's Teniae going in on the opposite side of the road. She claimed that her car was half off the highway with all lights bnrnlng when struck by Sher man's car. Accidents were also reported br J. E. Wlnr of Pnrilnmt V. I. Seamsterof Salem, Involv ing a COUlltnm at Vatrs-rnnnrl. aad Capitol and by L. Lopston of in senator hotel and an uniden tified driver. Roosevelt Still Silent Upon His Bonus Attitude AIBANT. N. T.. Oct. IT. (AP) QiTiiner Roosevelt sacked nn for hla watr mm southern trip today hut kept a cios snenca upon nis plans for deallns' with th bono onuMan and upon the subjects of th half- aosen or mora speeches that wiu comprise tne weapons for his at tack upon tha farm belt and border states. His views nnnn th bniina m. ported by some of those who hay oeen in close contact with the dem ocratle nresldentlal candidal contemplate opposing immediate paymenrs Due proposing a method of helping the most needy veter ans, mrm expected to DO DUt tha subject of one apech. Thera have been various renorts h wonld press his attitude either at Pitts- Durgn or Indianapolis. On sale every day. Good in roomy coaches and reclining chair cam A comfortable tourist berth for th night as little as L50 extra. Ask for details. Oouthcrn Pacific A. F. NOTBT, Agent Passenger Depot, 13th Oak TeL 4408 LJEEKEliO C D UTSTAHDItSG Great Novel Becomes one tha Screen's .Outstanding Slotion Pictures! Irene Dunne John Boj.es a umvtasAt rtcrutt VTTAPHONE JEATURETTES SMASH TOUR BAGOAGE A Red-Hot Colored Band Berne T XTUh I Had Wags" - MerrlaMciod Warner Bros, Qarrent News orals Old 99 Spcxtiing Cosiedj Good News! CHICAGO, Oo. IT (AP)-A new high record for 1132 la freight traffic was set last week by tha Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad 'when 29.211 cars .wera moved, officials said today. In tha previous week 27,- iii ear wer Temored. NASHVILLB. Tenn Oct. IT (AP) From Jnlr IB ta Sent. II almost 2000 workers war added to payrolls here, the chamber of commerce reported today. Seven teen of 47 manufacturers told chamber officials they would add more employes later. CLEVELAND. OeL17 fAP Contracts for flvo new postof- nces win giro employment to 200 men In tb Birmingham. CL. quarry of the Cleveland Quar ries company, r. F. Kellog. exe cutive, said today. Tha 1 Stone Quarried will bo for nostoffiees at Palnsvtlle. O.;' Grove City. Pa,: Rochester. N. T.; Cincinnati and Barberton, O. NEW YdRK. Oct. IT t AP) Collections and sales throurhout the country took a decided up tura th liai ts m1i th Na tional Association of Credit Men reported. CHICAGO. .Oct IT (AP) Employment and payrolls In al most 1.000 Illinois factories showed an average gain la em ployment of 1.1 per cent and T.i per cent la payrolls during September. NEW YORK. Oct, IT f API A madwrat rl MmmMtit prices ta Franca, Glial Britain and Germany was hailed ilnar Wall street as an indication f tha world wide economic im provement which haa bm talc. in piaea tha last three months. mm AND SERVICE jjE wnn;EiiiAr.as "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" Center aad High TeL 6000 Better a3St5DDI?8 Reduced now now LIBERAL TTJT Tloti WORKER IS KILLED MUKDEN. Manchuria." Oct, It (AP) Th American reported yesterday as killed by bandits in tha Hsiapln district near hero was. identified today as Lloyd Putnam Henderson, IS. an Am erican Presbyterian missionary, formerly of Seattle. MUKDEN, Manchuria, Oct, IT (AP) Aa American believed to have' boon a missionary was killed today near Mulantien. east of here, by a band of SO Chinese who attacked five Japanese sol diers escorting refugees to safe tr. The American was not Identi fied, Ha was riding on a horse which carried tha American flag, -Two Koreans and two Msn ehnrians made up tha rest of tha refugee party, who. were on their way from Hslnpln, 70 miles east of Mnkden, to tha railway sta tion at Nantsamn. Tha American was killed at the first burst of fire from the . attackers. The survivors returned to- Hslnpln. where thera Is a fairly strong Japanese garrison. Vote is Sought Upon Road Tax Petition for an election to de cide on a special road tax for 1122 ta tha Elkhora district was filed with the Marlon county court Monday. This Is tha third of tha read districts la tha county to pe- Wholesal prices rose in Franc last month for tha first time sine last March. Meeting AU Competition (And in Some Cose Beating it) O 5-EIAIRIS Lights for Dark Days as Much as (o)(f)( ft- Including Shades DISCOUNTS ON SHADES AND APPLIANCES 1 337 COURT ST. Wt car tlit lest Radb ARC Serricv ta tha dtr Call Ution such a rota this fan, In many years as high as 20 districts hava voted special road taxes but this year fewireas wish to Incur me aaaea ux ouraen. mi max-, lmum road tax' -Vhich may bo -roted is 10 mills. -. . Kentucky's prospect for total production of tobacco of all kinds ' this year has declined to 242,722.- ; 000 pounds as compared to 487, 205,000 pounds produced in 1IJL7 ji GENUINE SUPER-POWERED ' wenmBE CTw OMtn fiWfOT) WITH GREATER FOOD SPACE in the same sized cabinet , ... IS NOW OFFULIO IOK DELIVERED, INSTALLED AND FEDERAL TAX PAID 1 WARNING This Is th gtwMbu Seper-Powcrod two cyliodeff Fngldaire a product of Goeral Motors. 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