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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1933)
'Pussyfoot' Johnson, Thom
as Gales to Speak at
- First Methodist Church
A mast ! meeting of Salem .elti
iena will , be held Sunday night
at 7:S o'clock In the first Metho
dist church auditorium when Wil
liam'. K "Pussyfoot Johnson and
Thomas, W. Gales, former-state
auperintendent of the AMI . Sa
loon league of. North Dakota will
apeak In opposition to. repeal of
the 18th amendment.- The two
men are ion a statewide- tour,
working against Oregon's repeal
In the July. 21 Tote on the ISth
,: Gales will speak first, hie topic
being "Bring Up the Reserves."
' He comes to Salem as a man who
has deyoted the greater part of
bis life to & fight against -the
Ilqnor evil. At first a detective
: engaged in liquor law prosecu-
tlons in Montreal, Canada, he
; later became a minister, and then
an anti-saloon worker in Wiscon
sin and North Dakota.
"Pussyfoot" Johnson has Tor
year been Internationally prom
inent in campaigns against liquor.
Ue started his work as a federal
investigator under President
Theodore Roosevelt in Oklahoma
territory. Years later he lost an
ye when a hoodlum threw a rock
at him in the streets in London.
Admirers in that city raised a
fund to pay him for his injury
and the king sent, a message of
sympathy. Johnson thanked the
king, sent the money to a hospital
for the blind and declared that
his remaining eye could see the
world go dry.
Johnson is now on a nation -wide
tour, speaking against re
peal. His meetings are under the;
A won Owned Tneacen
Today and Saturday
The Big Laugh Show
Also Comedy, News, Cartoon
Comedy and Harry Carey and
Rex in "The Devil Horse."
Special Mickey Mouse
Matinee Saturday 1 ;30 pm
Bandar, Monday A Tuesday
FIRST SHOWING, SALEM
THE THRILL PiCTURE
with the new sensational star
TODAY & SATURDAY
All the Drakes Had
i A Wild Streak!
Something bad In
proud, u n r n I y.
ifor being Drakes
and looking down
! on others. AND
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Mickey Mouse Matinee Saturday, 1 p.m.
SPECIAL FEATURE HOOT GIBSON IN TIIE
iTOE MOUOTED CHAPTER F ANCY
Coming f oElsinorc Theatre
t. j Monday, June 12 One Day Only
H IN ADDITION TO
1 n r issmiii in IH mill - ' - - - - -- fa,a7 J
William E. "Pussyfoot" Johnson,
a Dove, internationally known
anti-liquor speaker, and Thom
as W. Gales, Fargo, North Da,
koto, both of whom are to
speak at a meeting here Sun
day night at 7:30 o'clock.
auspices of the anti-saloon or
ganizations, local, state and na
Recent amendments to the fed
eral Dublic works hill huva In.
creased Oregon's share of funds
for highway construction to ap
proximately $11,400,000, J. M.
Devers. attorney for the state
highway commission, telegraphed
from Washington Thursday. The
bin is now before the senate.
Devers declared in his telegram
that Oregon would receive $7,
000,000 for state highways, 4,
000,000 for forest roads and about
$400,000 for roads on public
As a res nit of chance In thn
original bill Devers said the ad
ministrator would take no further
action on the five coast highway
bridges until it was approved. The
state already has made applica
tion for a direct grant of 30 per
Cent and loan of 7ft nor font fnr
the construction of these bridges.
The total cost was estimated at
Manila, P. I., is warring on
ROAD FUNDS RAISED
Progressive League to Hold
Meeting Tuesday Night;
100 Members Signed
The sewly organised Oregon
Progressive league, a gronp start
ed hero In Salem, is to hold' a
public meeting next Tuesday
night in Shrode'g hall, 12 th street.
Byron. Conley and Roy R. Hewitt
will bo the-principal speakers.
The league has set as a speci
fic objective the investigation of
"misplaced relief in conjunction
with the county court and other
relief agencies. "No communist
or banker" shall be eligible to
membership, according to the
W. G. Brown of Salem, presi
dent of the new group, aald there
were 100 men already in Its
membership with 2000 members
the aim for Salem. Joe Jacobs
is secretary of the league and Mr.
Haskins is treasurer.
The league has been formed
over a period of several months.
Brown said yesterday, most of the
meetings being held in homes.
Now more members are to be in
vited to Join and public meetings
will bo held.
Ten - specific objects of the
league set out in its constitution
1. To assist all needy to gain
the necessities of life.
1. To register all doctors that
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OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, June 9, 1933
have signified, their intention to
help tho needy. v
' .,t;To interview all attorneys
and fudges for .tho purpose of
preventing mortgage foreclosures.
4. To increase working condi
tions and raise tho standard of
living. ' ' i :
5. To increase work and to
ahorten working hours, t.
6. To uphold all Just lavrg.
7. To assist in the repeal of all
8. To cooperate with any or
ganizations that conform with
9. To aim at all times toward
the municipal ownership of all
10. To abolish interest on mon
ey or if interest la to be collected,
the state or government to be
11. To work for tho re-estab-llshment
of a government, of tho
people, for the people and by the
Labiih Center Man
Goes to Pastorate
In Everett, Wash.
LABISH CENTER, June 8.
Rev. H. R. Schenerman, who has
served as pastor here for the last
four years was assigned to Ever
ett, Washington, by the Oregon
Evangelical Conference Sunday.
He will hold his farewell service
hero next Sunday afternoon at S
Word has been received from
D. R. DeGrosa and son, Robert,
who are now touring the middle
west, where they will stay for the
summer, that they have acquired
a 180 acre place near Ontario,
Fill up your Tank - Let your Engine Decide
PETROLEUM CORPORATION O F .CALIFORNIA
ASOCOHY-VAC IIUH, CO MP AN V
mo DIVORCES ARE
Two divorces were granted here
Thursday by Judge L. O. Lewell
ing. Lulu If; 8urridgo was granted
a decree from George D. Sarrldge,
to whom ahe was married in
April. II Jl. She wai also granted
the right to use her maiden name
of Lola M. Coin. She told tho
court Surrldge used Indecent
language and was cruel to her.
Myrtle Carson who married L.
C. Carson in July, If 81. at Van
couver, Wash., secured her mari
tal freedom and the restoration
of her maiden name of Myrtle
Robertson. She alleged her hus
band deserted her.
L. Hockett Named
Lloyd L. Hockett of Salem yes
terday was appointed by Governor
Meier as a member of tho state
board of chiropractic examiners
for tho three year term. Ho will
succeed Dr. W. Boyd Whyte of
Pendleton, whose term has ex
pired. L. Jounnault of Stanfield waa
appointed Justice of tho peace of
Oregon. They will make their
home there next fall.
en e ids
Dj OLIVE M. DOAK
Today Miriam Hopkins in
8hame of Temple Drake."
Today Tim McCoy in "Man
Today George Sidney and
- Charlie Murray in "The
Cohens and Kelly's in
tho Stanfield district in Umatilla
Reappointment of A. R. Sawtell
and P. W. Janney, both of Port
land, as members of tho state
board of accountancy, also was
announced by Governor Meier.
Scotts Mills to
The commencement exercises at
Scotts Mills high school tontght
will nark the completion of inch
events throughout the county for
te im-l3S school year. Mrs.
Mary L. rulkerson, county school
n per in tea dent, will present the
diplomas. 6he aeid yesterday all
grade schools had already com
pleted their work.
M " -ij-CSASOILDKIII
out me Envoys
A "Greater Willamette cam
paign will be carried on through
out tho northwest this summer,
faeulty members and university
students cooperating to tell the
story of the university hero to
prospective attendants at the
school and patrons of tho insti
tution. Tho student body was in
formed of the program this week
at a special chapel service.
Herman Clark. W. C. Jones and
R. S- Keene, faculty members, will
cooperate with Dean Frank M.
Erlckson in the summer work.
The three first-named men will
travel la tho northwest while
Erleksoa will handle tho problems
of prospective students from his
r mar mmm
and his N. B. C. - C. B. 8.
Mon, Jane 12th
Soaio special, students will bo
aolocUd to help with tho work
while all members of tho student
body have been urged to use their
influence to attract worthwhile
students to tho campus here.
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