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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 6, 1945 BORAGE SEGRIST DIES, AGED 61 Horace Secrist, 61, economist and statistician of national renown and former Utah resident, died Friday morning in an Evanston, 111., hospital after a major operation, according to word received by his sister, Mrs. Ethlyn S. Christiansen of 160 First avenue, Salt Lake City. Mr. Secrist, former United States commissioner on industrial relations, Washington, ,D. C., and professor of economics and statistics at Northwestern university, Evanston, 111., since 1918, was a native Utahn. He was born at Farmington, Utah, October 9, 1881, a .son of Jacob M. and Estella Smith Secrist. Educated in Farmington elementary schools, he attended Brigham Young college at Logan and Brigham Young university at Provo, then went to the University of Wisconsin. Positions of importance held by Mr. Secrist included, besides his professorship with Northwestern university and former directorship of the university's bureau of business research: U. S. commissioner on industrial relations, 1914; statistician for the United States shipping board in 1918, and supervising statistician of the U. S. railway labor board, 1920-21. He was a fellow in the American Statistical association and a member of the American Economics association, the Association of University Professors, of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Kappa Psi, and was corresponding member of the Manchester (England) Statistical association, besides holding membership in various university and executives' clubs. The author of 13 books on economics and statistics,2he was recognized as one of the country's outstanding authorities. Mr. Secrist is survived by his widow, Mrs. May Alexander Secrist, whom he married in Provo, September 14, 1904; two sons, Horace Alexander Sacrist, an economist employed by the government, Washington, D. C., and Lee Horton Secrist of Evanston, 111.; one brother. Henry Secrist of Brigham City, Utah, and two sisters, Mrs. Ethlyn S. Christiansen of 160 First avenue, Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Annie S. Layton of Kaysyille. PRISONER FACING DEATH DONATES $2 TOWARFUNDDRIYE SALT LAKE CITY, March 5 (AP)--Facing a probable death sentence for assaulting a guard in a prison break, Thomas Nemier, 24, Utah convict, sent S2 to the Red Cross today, via Governor Maw. "I realize this is not very much," he wrote, "a mere nothing compared with what is needed. As I have two brothers in the armed services, I would .like to feel that this money might help save their lives if they are in need of medical supplies." Nemier, together with Norman Standard, 23, was convicted ..-of attacking a guard at the state prison, during a short-lived escape July 4, 1942--an offense which carries a mandatory death penalty when the offenders are life-termers. They are to be sentenced this month. $3,000,000 Fire Strikes Oakland Milling Firm French Hep cats Drive Nazis Crazy By Their 'Wise Cracks' LONDON, March 6 (UP)--A-»-\vas reported that three recently French version of Hepcats is driving the nazi occupation authorities crazy, according to Paris un- were shot as hostages for going too far. To aid the anti-nazi jive move- derground reports to the fighting: ment, the reports said, the -BBC SPECTACULAR BLAZE . . . In a six-alarm blaze which taxed all available lire-fighting; equipment, including coast guard fireboats, fire of undetermined origin decstroycl a 700-foot long warehouse of the Oakland, Calif., Albers Milling company. Shown here, firemen struggle against the flames, which threatened two large fuel tanks and a 10-story grain elevator. French here today. Thousands of young Parisians, the report said, are joining "swing" clubs. They call themselves "Za- Zua"--French for "hi-de-ho"--and their chief aim in life is to worry the Germans, which they do in a variety of ways. The boys wear a French kind of zoot suit and the girls have special ribbons in their hair. Their chief weapons against the Germans are wise cracks and whispering campaigns. They disseminate news from the British Broadcasting Co. broadcasts by word of mouth. They gang up in the streets when nazi troops are marching and puncture the tires of German trucks. During nazi newsreels they cough or sneeze, and in the cafes they discuss the rigors of the Russian winter. They grate German ears ! with an exaggerated Anglo-Saxon accent. They often are/^arrested but seldom can . any evidence be produced against them, although it has started special programs for their benefit in the early morning hours. GARLAND, March 6--Capt. Horace Rose graduated from officer's training school recently at Fort Sill, Okla., according to Mrs. Rose, of Garland, who returned home last Sunday. Capt. Rose is now stationed in. Tennessee. Mrs. Rose and small daughter, Carolyn, flew to Oklahoma from Salt Lake City recently to visit their husband and father. Swindle Suspects Plead Not Guilty SALT LAKE CITY, March 5 j (AP) -- Mrs. Emery Speer King pleaded innocent to charges of violating the national stolen property act when arraigned today at Las Vegas, Nev., Federal Bureau of Investigation Agent Jay C. Newman, reported. She is accused of transporting from Tucson, Ariz., to Crystal, Texas, $11,000 in securities which she allegedly knew had been acquired by fraud, Newman said. Her husband was arraigned a day earlier, also pleading innocent, on a charge of bunco and confidence activities preferred by a federal grand jury at Dallas, Texas. The EXAMINER Invites Its Readers to Listen to UneBe Ben andjhe Funnies Sundays 8:30 a. m. over Radio Station K L O February's stamp and bond sale at Bear River high school amounted to $4,752.15, which brings the total sales since November to $7,757.35. The stamp and bond drive is under direction of the service clubs at the school. Chairman of the Girls' club for the .February drive has been Leone Miller who was assisted by Valeea Crowther, Beth Bishop, Dorothy Hill and Beverly Summers. The Boys' club sales manager is Grant Peterson. Class competition has been a feature of the stamp'and bond sales campaign. The junior class won the five dollar prize offered by Miss Margaret Woodside. faculty member, to the class showing the highest record. The local high school band under direction of C. C. Watkins and Roscoa Beckstead presented an hour's program for the soldiers at Bushnell general hospital recently Highlight of the program was the Niobe overture. Another outstanding number was a medley of Victor Herbert's favorites. Myrle Conger sang vocal numbers accompanied by the band, and Dean Adams, Max Adams, Kay Shuman -and -Lorry Rutting sang a quartet, "It's Me, O Lord." Oleen Udy, who has completed a course in army mechanics training in California, spent one day visiting his wife and parents at Riverside on his way to Michigan where he is to be stationed. Jay Macfarlane who recently graduated from a mechanics' aeronautical training school in Kansas City, was also home for a short visit this week in Riverside before leaving for a station in New Mexico. Parents of high school music students and other patrons of the school are invited to attend the music festival at the school next Wednesday. The day's program is to take the place of the regional festival of other years, said J. R. Beckstead who has charge of the affair. Band and orchestra students _of both grade school and high 'school will' present the program. Commencing at nine a. m., concerts will be given by the high school and band students in fcheir respective classes. At one-fifteen ·p. m. a massed band of about 150 players will present a program in the auditorium. Visiting band. students and their parents may obtain lunch at the cafeteria at twelve- thirty p. m. Parties will be held in both the gymnasium and pool at two-thirty p. m. Committee Slates Inter-Ward Dance BRIGHAM CITY, March 6--The inter-ward activity committee of Box Elder L. D. S. stake is sponsoring a married folks dance this evening in the Fifth ward amusement hall. Activity cards will be honored for admission. FIFTY YEARS AGO + TWENTY YEARS AGO Something that is very much needed in Ogden and Weber county is a fish and game club. Game of all kinds is being ruthlessly slaughtered and fish unlawfully taken, out of season. Plans are under way for such an organization to help protect our wild life. Mark Hopkins of Coalville was a guest at the Reed yesterday. The row of hedge fences in the city hall square received the annual shearing today. Patrick Healy, injured some time ago, when a horse fell on him, was out yesterday on crutches. · Judge and Mrs. A. B. Patton will receive their party calls next Wednesday afternoon and evening. Eugene Traughber of the Salt Lake Tribune and the Salt Lake Herald was in Ogden yesterday accompanied by his wife. C. E. Mayne has fitted up an elegant suite of offices in the Reed hotel where he is silently working for Ogden's good. Important developments are expected in the near future. C. M. Season left yesterday for Nevada where he will spend several days in the interest of the livestock commission firm of McCoy and Underwood, of Chicago, by whom he is employed. E. H. Sothern and company will be in Ogden the latter part of the month. Warde and James who were to appear in Ogden next week have postponed the engagement for one month. : Manager Smith of the Utah and 'Ohio Natural Gas company will .probably arrive home today. It is expected that drilling for untold treasures will positively begin in a few days after his arrival. Rev. Brandt will speak tonight at the new West Academy on Christian Science. National canned foods week was observed at the noon luncheon of the Ogden Exchange club today, when the menu served was composed completely of canned foods. Speakers told of the importance, magnitude and proposed future of the canned goods industry. James H. Anderson, president of the National Canners association was a guest at the luncheon. With extensive improvements recently completed, White City will open its doors to the public tonight after having been closed to the public for many weeks. Orlaf Farr is the new manager of the big dance hall and Stromberg's orchestra will furnish the music. on Bear River Water SALT LAKE CITY, March 6 (AP) -- Continued investigation will be made of the potential water supply of the Bear river, state engineers of Utah, Idaho and Wyoming -- through whose states the stream flows -- decided today. The federal bureau of reclamation is directing a study of water measurements. Upon its outcome will be based a tri-state pact regulating distribution of the river waters. Attending the meeting were State Engineers L. C. Bishop of Cheyenne, Wyo.; James Spofford of Boise, Idaho, and Ed H. Watson of Salt Lake City. "He's out here every day for the 5:15, thinking maybe- some time--!" Udans Trim USC In Overtime Til* LOS ANGELES, March 6 (UP)-Defeating U. S. C., 42-37, the U. C. L. A. Bruins basketball team last night scored their first victory over the Trojans in 10 years in an overtime Pacific coast conference game. It was the first conference loss this year for the U. S. C. team. The Bruins, sinking a field goal and three free throws during the five-minute overtime, have -Lost 42 straight games to S. C. during the last decade. Bruins led at haJf time, 18-17. Thomas E. McKay, president of the senate, is spoken of as Governor Maboy's choice of men to replace Judge Joshua Greenwood, on the public utilities commission. The Ogden Community Orchestra directed by Marcellus Smith will play a free concert at Brigham City tomorrow night under the auspices of the Ogden Kiwanis 'club at the Liberty theatre in that city. . Thomas J. Maginnis, Ogden attorney and former United States commissioner, was elected Exalted Ruler of the Ogden Lodge No. 719, B. P. O. Elks. Dealers in antiques vied for the possession of the Greek and Roman glassware of Enrique Caruso, when the four-day auction of the famous tenor's art collection opened today at New York. After a long debate in which American magazines were called "trashy," anti-British and anti-Canadian, the house of commons, at Ottawa, voted "it is desirable that measures should be adopted to encourage the publication of Canadian magazines and periodicals. In the presence of fifty guests and a profusion of Easter lilies, white and red roses, Reginald C. Vanderbilt and Miss Gloria Morgan, eighteen-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hays Morgan were married yesterday. Mr. Morgan's daughter by a former marriage was not present at the marriage. Unable to make a passing grade of 70, all of the 42 candidates for the position of movie censor, of Chicago, 111., failed in the examinations, the civil service announced today. Former Champion Breaks His Ankle OKLAHOMA CITY, March 6 (AP)--Jess Willard, former world's heavyweight boxing champion, who fought many a rugged battle in the ring without serious injury, is in the hospital--the victim of a fall. /He slipped on the pavement, breaking an ankle. Willard was heavyweight champion from 1915' to 1918. He's now a night club master of ceremonies. Saturday Evenggig's Programs LO 1430 ko j Kim, 1320Tre i ^SSL Ilfio bn ""1 KTT i OOjWeeMy Visit to American|Music With Wines 1 *Sl 17*0 rrl A /~T1._T- ·*· _·« frr · « ... ** KUXA 570 kc ! 15[ Eagle Club, London 30|This is the Hour with 451 Betty Rhodes World News Charles Dant'a Orch. Alex Drier,- News ·TOOlChicago Theatre of the | National Barn * lo Air Feat " ^ ---- U. .S. Navy Recruiting Treasury Star Parade W. Condon Prevue (Boston Symphony KSL ' ) Series orchestra · · I loj Air, Featuring "Madame 301 Pompadour," with 45j Ion Claire, Soprano JOO|News, John B. Hughes 'lo'Saturday Night 30! Bondwagon 45jMain treet Album Pf);i ! T^es Brown's Orchestra :; Griff Williams' Orchestra SOIJohnny Messner's Orch. 45.Lani Mclntire's Orchestra fl ^00! Art Kassel's S ^J5' Orchestra SOiWorld-Wide News 45 : Lani Mclntire's Orchestra News ! 00'Horace Heidt's - ':"' Orchestra SOiGrace Barrie's 45! Orchestra Dance Can You Top This Your Hit Parade Saturday serenade Sports Newsreel Campana Serenade Grand Old Opry Truth or Consequences Abie's Irish Rose World News Three Suns Trio JSoldiers of the Press and Music Ed. Tomlinson, News Spotlight Bands News (7:55) Saturday serenade Report to the Nation Frazier Hunt Thanks to Yanks Hobby Lobby John Gunther, News Time for Dancing Complete Newspaper Claude Thornhill Earl Godwin, news Gene Krupa Treas.' Star Parade 1 Glenn Gray Glenn Lee Orchestra Treasury, Star Parade (News (Sonny Dunham-Orch. jNews, .Comm. Sports Freddie Martin .Organ Concert George Olsen'a Orch. Benny Carter Orchestra ~ ' Benny Goodman | orchestra Jimmy Dorsey News (10:55) Bridge to Dreamland | Freddie I Martin WASHINGTON, March 6 (AP) Woodrow S. Wilson of Salt Lake City and Provo, has passed the District of Columbia Bar association examination. Wilson, brother of Meredith Wilson of Utah university faculty, is beginning his fifth year as a house committee clerk. He now is clerk of the house roads committee and previously was clerk to the public lands committee while Representative Robinson (D-Utah) was chairman of that group. Robinson this session became chairman of the roads committee and Wilson went over to that group. "I've been reading yourVstu'if. · chum--we . sure. could use you ' in' the army!" ' A L L E O O P FOOZV AM' ZEL.THIS IS DR. EROMSOM-HE'S HERE IM BEHALF OF TH' 2OTH CENTURY WAR EFFOET...SEEWS THEY NEED MY HELP AFTER. ALL.' THAMES, FOOZV_ V SAME BUT I'lvA PRESSED OLD DE. 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