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;-" Hie .OREGON STATESMAN. Salen Oregon, Tuesday Morning, February IS, 1934
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Ldcal News Briefs
, Coincidence Tte visit here ot
Rev W. C. Boyer, missionary la
h innnrn.4frkA-fieids. was ex
ceptionally pleasing to Salem peo
ple to whom lie brought word of
some ot their relatiTes who hare
been, working in the same mission
lands. The local folks are aunts
ot Mrs. . Donald Fairley (Dorothy
VnavlAAl a. former Eugene sirL
who with her husband Is Just
back , In tbls country irom sn
vmh in Africa. They are Mrs.
Cornele Stuttaford and Mrs. Jes
sie Armold ot South 18th street.
--Mission - , nlctures .which Boyer
showed Saturday night at the al
liance " tabernacle here included
mma tn which vpr Mr. Fairley
an a their dsnehtes. Bonnie Jean
( Fairley. Visiting here Sunday
with the two saiem women n
their mother, Mrs. Dora I. Leigh
ton, were the latters son. Ned
Leigh ton and wile 01 roruano.
DTlnkJSalem Beer and keep your
money i uuuc
KGZR Power Raised KGZR.
Salem police radio station, went
air lat Snndav night With
- AimYAmA nnvn. Goidtl Sloat.
Vnrtiani tMhi(elM who original
ly designed the station transmit
ter,5 worked continuously irom
8 7 ft a m. Satnrday to 10:30
p. m. Sunday night making the
change so tne station wouia db
off the air the least possioie ume.
The work ot raising the power
watt onsltd of remodel
ing hA mndnlator. changing the
oscillator and buffer stages and
installing a new speech amplifier.
Police last night said the change
wo a mrki imnrovement. It
was made primarily to enable the
department 10 contact mer
partments ny raaio aay n "'"
Skating, Dreamland, Sunday.
TTrmn Mm. Tln-pll Mrs. L. A.
Elwell was honored by Boy Scoot
troop fire at the Sunday night
serrice at Temple Baptist church,
the Scouts conducting part of the
STening program. Tne scouts wui
not meet Tuesday, giving way to
the Riley program to be held at
the Temple churcn, out wm gain
er Wednesday nirht instead. The
program glren Sunday night in
cluded; Respects jo tne xtaa.
scout oatn ana law, preniuoa
of a silver fruit dish by Scoutmas
ter H. P. Finn to Mrs. Elwell in
appreciation of her services to tne
troon In making covers ior nags
and other work.
10 allowed tor your old washing
margin a on the new Ekonomaid.
Reg. price $64.50. Eoff Electric,
Inc., 347 court.
Xn tw XCheMt Her No fed
eral donations of wheat are des
tined for Marlon county under tne
nrnrram nf relief to stock raisers.
Glenn C. Niles. relief administra
tor, reported yesterday. Tne gov
ernment is doHne out the wheat
by the carload in counties seri
ously affected by flood or
drought. Nine carloads recently
arrived in Astoria for distribu
tion among Clatsop eounty farm
ers. Clackamas county also wm
receive a supply.
Drink Salem Beer and keep your
money at home.
RJ1w- Pmn-am Ton eh t Cao-
tain G. L. Hall ot McMinnvllle will
nrpsont a rUpv nroeram at the
Temple Baptist church tonight,
starting at 7:30 o'clock. Hall's.
Riley verse interpretation pno
mmi harA heen nonular wherev
er be has given them. Everyone is
welcome. No admission wui oe
charged, but contributions will be
asked for the song book fund.
Mm rSajntonot Hit A Mrs.
r.,rKinlif. nedestrian. suffered
bruises but no o t h e r. injuries
when she was struck at court ana
Liberty streets Sunday ny an au
tomobile driven by Dorothy Sha
kik Ronth 2lst streets, ac
cording to the latter's report to
city police. Other minor accidents
reported over -tne weeaena m
.Ai.ui tA fnlinwlntr auto driv
en K. C. Gosser. 159 8 Mission,
and an unidentified motorist, at
Fairgrounds road ana tngmana
.T.nim- Robert Perlich. route six.
and W. A. McMillan, route eight,
-at Court and waveriy.
She will remember, so don't you
forget." Plowers for your vaien
tihe from Olson's, Florist, Tel.
Tour Alarms Sounded Four
fir alarms were sounded here
' over the weekend but none ot the
blazes proved serious. A call to
th firar Belle restaurant Sunday
noon brought out major down
town ' equipment. The "tire"
proved to be only smoke that had
got into a ventilator shaft. A small
vian Mcnrred at the T. M. Black
residence, 235 Court, earlier, and
virtually no damage was done by
n an to fire to which firemen re
sponded on the Slough road that
night. A fine fire occurred ei i
East Lincoln street, residence of
Emma Hurst, yesterday afternoon.
Dance Crystal Wed, -Sat. Old
im mndem. 2 floors. 2 bands.
Oregon Loggers, Fri., Feb. 16,
mhn renresented Salem high
i i tu AMinn it the forensic
rtfenHv on the Linfield
rnltpe camnus in McMinnvllle
win AeHrer their orations Friday
night as a part of the regular lob
by program at tne city x. xa. v. a.
i, ... an financed last night. The
rZom vhth commences at
8 v. m.. is open to the general
"She will remember, eo don't you
forget." Flowers for your
tmm Hlson's. Florist, Tel.
iM In Meetlnirs -Rev. W. H
Caldwell of the Gospel Alliance
t.K.ra,ila hers wilt leave Wed
nesday morning to aid In the
church's mission convention pro
grams at Canby, Hood River and
ti An a tta a?tn lotn the missionary
team which appeared here last
week, and included the district su-.-r.f
nlTir Rer. W.f McGarvey
of Seattle, and two missionaries to
foreign fields, w. u. -coyer uu
A. M. Loptson.
Save $9 by paying cash for the
nw Wpstone S28.95 radio. Cash
price is $19.95. Regular $19.95
set Is only $14.95 for cash, ton
Electric, Inc., 347 Court.
nn. nrn rir Ham Cltv no-
llce Sunday morning arrested two
motorists on charees of driving
over a fire hose: Catherine Gard
ner, 1328 Baker street, and Clar
ence Scbrock, 1665 Berry.
Wanted, furniture, phone 5110.
rirnntpnapu ftiarffed Bob
Keldets was arrested yesterday on
a charge or oemg arunK, accoru
Ing to city police records.
Prince of Wales Democratic.
Talented, Pinkley Says;
. Crime Compared
Highlights in contrasts between
English and American social sys
tems, governmental leaders, and
newspapers and also a picture ot
the Prince of Wales as a' most
democratic fellow, were presented
to the chamber ot commerce yes
terday noon by Virrll Pinkley. in
charge of the Salem United Press
office and who was in London ior
two years, then in Washington,
The Prince of Wales has a tre
mendous amount of ability and
determination, as evidenced by
the fact that he gained a lair mas
tery ot Spanish in. four months
Drior to making the good-will bus
iness, tour in South America, that
he dropped from 115 to the low
80's in a year of golfing. Stories
of falls from horses hare failed to
show hat these occurred when
th nrinM an excellent horseman.
attempted some unusually diffi
Pinklev believes It will be a tre
mendous catastrophe for Great
Britain if the Prince of Wales
does not come to the throne on
death ot King George V, as he
holds Wales the outstanding royal
Rneliah neonle. inclndlne those
in public offices, are fundamental
ly honest, hence political scandals
are few and far between. While
the social development from such
standpoints as sanitation and tne
like Is if.r behind America, from
the standpoint of public morals it
is far, far ahead. In 1932, Los
Angeles bad 147 murders; in tne
whole of Rn eland, there were 10.
and within three months, eight of
the 10 had been tnea ana convict
ed, one was a suicide and one was
"Scoops" as they are known to
the renortina- world in this coun
try are ignored in England by
even the largest papers; the front
Dare la devoted larreir to adver
tising, features fill the first seven
pages, news events come in after
that; and strangely enough, Eng
lish naners have onlv about a
third or fourth of the world news
that may be found in Salem pa
nera todav. EnsrllBh saners are
superior to American ones from
literary and make-un standards
Reporters, all ot them, take
time ont for tea even In midst of
what would be big newspaper
yarns in this country as ior in
stance finals In some ot the inter
national golf tourneys.
B 7:30 o'clock Sunday night,
every seat was taken in the Sev
enth Day Adventist church for
the first of a eerles of lectures
on "Current Events In the Lignt
of Bible Prophecy." Evangelist
G. A. Thompson spoke on "Je-
)ii1i'i ftialTanpA to Atheists.
Skeptics and All Non-Christians."
First he presented the Bioie con
ception cf God. as almighty. In
finite in wisdom, and combining
with these as His chief attribute,
unfathomable love. As proof or
tha nlcttnca nf Rlich a God. he
called attention to astronomy
which evidences that one mind
controls all the stars in their
Journeys through space.
As examples of Bible prophecy,
he cited those concerning the an-
rtont rHfPa of Nineveh. Baovion,
Tvta and Jerusalem, no two oi
which were to have the same
fate. And history shows that
every detail of each propnecy nas
honn literally fulfilled.
Most Interesting or tne dis
course was his exposition oi tne
r-roa t nrnnhper Of Daniel TWO.
which told the rise and fall of
nahvlon. Medo-Persia. Greece
and Rome, and shows that the
next great event Is the setting up
of God s kingdom in the wono.
Prated In e tho lecture. Dr. J.
Vinton Scott presented a travel
ogue of China wmcn was Tery in
T ' Coming Events 1
Febmary 8-14 -National
Boy Scout anniversary week,
church service Sunday,
coots "btrthday party
February 18 Salem
school board regular meet-ins.
grocery distributors meet
chamber of commerce, 8
February 14 Ixaak Wal
ton League meets, chamber
of commerce, 8 p. m.
February 15 Monthly
meeting Cberrians, Marion
hotel, 6: SO p.' m.
Ferbuary 15 Polk coun
ty Rural Woman's Federat
ed club at Bridgeport.
February IS Public In
itiation for eounty Veterans
of Foreign Wars.
February 15-16 Willam
ette vs. College of Puget
February 10 Reserve Of
ficers' association of Marlon
and Polk counties, formal
military ball honoring Ma
jor General George A.
February 20-21 Midyear
Methodist rally. First M. E.
February 27-28 Annual
meeting. Oregon Tubercu
losis association, chamber
March 9 Second annual
convention of Oregon Build,
ing congress, chamber of
rmnn nm n
BT A VTHV. TPeb. 12. The
condition of the slx-months-oia
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Clarke is most serious. The baoy
wan badlv burned when tne
Clarke home was destroyed by
fire Friday afternoon ana nas
been at the local hospital since.
At the time of the fire, Mrs.
Clarke was out some distance
from the house. She ran at once
to get two small children who
were playing downstairs and the
baby who had been putto oea in
an upstairs room. The mother was
The Clarkes lost everything in
the house. On Saturday. E. C.
Denny and George "Keech were
soliciting funds for the family and
around $75 was raised, west
Stayton friends are said to have
also come to their aid most gen
erously. Mr. Clarke Is said to have
had about 875 in the house which
belonged to the West Stayton
community club. He was working
on the road near Aumsvllle when
the tire broke out.
th ar-honl health nrnrram. He
also was pleased with the attend
ance of 76 Barents at the health
T)r. Donrlaa found 71 of the
121 nnnila havinar tooth defects.
five goitre conditions, and 11
ritaAageri tonsils. f)f the 121 ex-
aminAd. 20 warn first rraders
and the remainder eight graders.
No Objection to
Store s Location
There'- nothing to a rnmor rel
ative to a protest over selection of
the old Halik Electric store on
Court street as site for the state
liquor store. Dr. G. E. Prime,
owner of the building, stated yes
terday. He declared the rumor has
been chased down, either directly
or indirectly, and that all business
houses in that vicinity had ex
pressed favor at having the store
at this location.
The store is being refinished
and remodeled some on the in
side and is now about ready for
to Meet Tonight
Dr. John G. Cheetham of Port
land and Dr Hueh Dowd Of Sa
lem will present papers at the
February meeting of the Polk-Yamhill-Marion
Medical society to
be held at the Masonic tempi to
night. Dr. Dowd will discuss
"Foot Troubles." The meeting
will start with a dinner at 6:30
n i in
WEATHER IH EAST
im?htv rlad to be hack in Ore
gon after experiencing eastern
weather antics is William r. j&u,
local attorney who was back in
his office Monday. after spending
three weeks in wasnigtonku. u.,
wherA na anneared as attorney in
the Interests of harbor develop
ment at Coauille. The naroor case
was referred back to the district
engineers following the hearing.
mart-a and emnloves in Wash
ington federal offices are making
a big effort to have salary reduc
tions under the economy program
restored to them, and are being
trnnrlv snnnorted by some of the
- " . . . .. . mil.
national capital dames, ur. wn
says. They are optimistic inai me
"drive" will be successrui.
Mr. Ellis was In the house when
It passed the $750,000,000 appro
priation bill and also visited the
senate while the money bill was
under discussion. Passage Iff the
house went through with a mini
mum of stir, he said.
He bad occasion to visit and
confer with all the Oregon dele
gation members and had particu
lar assistance from Congressman
James Mott in the harbor case.
Washington is crowded, and there
Is much hurry and activity.
Reverting to the weather, Ellis
arrived on a fine, fair "fair day,
only to experience a drop of 55
degrees In temperature In a few
hours. During the heavy snow
which paralyzed Washington, it
took him an hour to go from the
capitol to his hotel, five miles
away. Before he left, the weather
regained its composure and was
fairly warm for winter days, but
when he reached St. Paul en route
home, automobiles were traveling
on the frozen river instead of
SEEK SCHOOL JOB
inii.ntions of two more school
men for the position ot city sup
erintendent here Biarung u
Mweicnd at the school
clerk's office here yesterday.
There are now 14 applicants ior
the Job. , A . .
C. J. Coo II, 45, superintendent
of schools at Cheney, Wash., was
among those applying by letter
yesterday. He states be holds a
bachelor's degree from Washing
ton State college and a master's
nnlverslty ot Idaho.
John A. Anderson, the other
new applicant, Is now doing eau
oatinnai research at University of
California. He has also done
graduate work at Lake oresi,
111., University of Chicago, Har
vard and University ot Minnesota.
RT4V'ISH VETS TO MEET
stt.vf.rton. Feb. 12. Dele
gations of Spanish American War
veterans from Salem and Wood-
burn will attend a meeting to De
held at the Silverton armory Feb
ruary 21 at 8 p. m. Issues ot ec
onomic Importance are to be discussed.
'it the residence near Turner,
.. v MrKinnev. Satnrday. Feb-
AUU -" . " -
rnary 10 at the age of 83. Sur
vived by the following brothers
Mrs. M E Adams
and v Mrs. Grant Longsworth of
Fortland, J. W. Mc&inney, airs.
F O. Ball. Mrs. Allee N. Tracy
and Mayro McKlnney ot Turner.
mmral services Tuesday, Feb-'
ruary 13 at 2 p. m. from the
Methodist enurcn in Turner unuer
the direction oi.yr. t. ttigaon wo
" CARD OF THA3SK3
We -wish to express bur sincere
.aft. n nMrh-
bora and friends for beautiful
' tinrat . of ferinei. ' sympathy and
kindness extended us during the
illness and deatn or our neiovea
wife and mother, Mrs. O'Conner
" Davis. : -r-f'
'CV K. Davis. Nina E. Gilbert.
DIES; RITES V
INDEPENDENCE. Feb. 12.
Mm. Hvnthla J. Osborne died at
her home near Independence Feb
ruary 11. She was born at Mar
ion. Ore.. March 12. 1853. on the
donation land claim of her par
ents, who were pioneers. She was
married to John Wesley osDorne
Sentember 7. 1873. at Marion. To
this union six children were born,
tarn rianehters BUrvlVinK. Mrs.
Lois Snyder and Mrs. ora tsver
riintr both of the Highland dis
trict. Also surviving are iour
grandchildren, one great-grand
child, and a number oi nieces ana
She was a member ot me ap-
in..)i fnwnni TTpr husband
was a Baptist minister. He died
July 18. 1921. . -
Service will be held in tne
Keeney funeral home Tuesday at
1 p. m. Rev. K. A. Nelson wui oi-
flclate. Interment will be in me
Masonic cemetery at SciO.
Ten Children at
Park School are
Free of Detects
Ten children ont of 121 recent
ly examined at Park school were
found to be free of physical de
fects. Dr. Vernon A. Douglas,
county health officer, announced
yesterday. He declared that this
figure, coupled witn tne xaci mat
neari all of the children in the
school were immunized to small-
mt and n-lnhtherla and reactea
e.rathrely In tnoerCUlin lll.
showed gratifying results from
TO AND INCLUDING FRIDAY,
FEBRUARY 16TH, ONLY
Dr. C. A. Eldrledge
TO all those who are in need of plates in or
der to properly masticate their food, I am
offering tins special for a few days only. This
is an adyertisingr feature only and gives you
plates that ordinarily wo old cost as high as
$50.00 or $75.00; life-like in appearance and
comfortable; Trubyte teeth used. Call at my of
fice and allow me to explain to you this special
offer and show you plate samples.
SPECIAL PRICES ON EXTRACTIONS ALSO
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