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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN: KlMAV. MARCH 2W. lOCO.
Committee to Report About
Conference With Court on
The committee appointed at the
last regular meeting of Capital Tost
No. 9. American legion, to confer
with the Marlon county court rela
tive to the appropriation of money
: for the community house for service
and ex-service men will report at
the next meeting, and the matter
wjll be open for discussion. The
meeting will be Tuesday. April 6.
i It ts urged that every member of
iMltBtrli Triable. Teetaiaa;
1 TwrUKwfc Wra. TlMf Brrak aat'aMa
. Do I aeetpt I a 14 boon. At all DrnciriMa, M ata.
WM MOTHER 6RAY CO, UReTTi.T.
the legion be present and bring a
friend as it la the desire or Capital
post to have at least 1000 member.
This is the aim pet for tfce present
but should this mark be ivached ao
stop will be made.
Among other things to come up
for discussion are the bonus question
involving back pay and land settle
ments and educational advantages.
It has been pointed out by Com
mander V. C. Smith that every ex
service' man should be a member of
the American legion, as It is throuxl.
this organization that he will he able
to help himself get the assistance
much needed from the govern rnetit.
Those men who have not yet re
ceived their medals from the state
of Oregon can secure them by com
ing to the meeting and presenting
their discharge papers.
MANAGER OF HOSPITAL
WILL RESIGN PLACE
(Continued from page 1)
month, which was increased to $4 5 a
month three months later. Miss Mc
Nary has given to the Salem hospital
the very best years of tier life, and
this entire1 community owes to her a
; very large debt of gratitude, in addi
I tlon to the very modest salary which
she has received, because of the man
ner in which the hospital has been
mafraged and kept upon a self sup-j
porting basis throughout all these i
years. It is very largely due to her !
that we have today the foundation,!
or basis, for a magnificent new hos
pital plant, whicn is represented by
the old site, a certain amount of
equipment, and $.".,"( paid to the
Salem hospital by the state for the
property taken oer by them.
'"The Salem hospital, however, is
Clug to find it necessary not only
to buUd a new building, but to find
a new superintendent, competent to
handle the enlarged hospital work,
which it must do as soon as the larg
er plant is provided. because Miss
McNary's services will not be avail
able to the Salem hospital longer
than midsummer or a rl y fall, as she
has other plans for the future.
KiiiergriH')- U l-Wed.
The building now occupied by the
Salem hospital must be turned back
to the xchaal board for school pur
loses on St ptinter 1. Therefor",
up time should be lost in immediate
ly finishing up the campaign to se
cure sufficient funds for the new
building and in starting construction,
for. at the very best, it now feems
certain, that for a number of months
the Salem hospital will te without
any building in which to carry on
"As a member of the Salem hospi
tal board for more-than IS years. 1
am exceedinsly anxious that the peo
ple of this community will ri-e to the
necessity r.f this particular occasion
and will furni-.li am pie fund with
which to cont:uct. in the midst of
this great, beautiful, productive val
ley a hospital building which will be.
In this valley, a real health center
and a monument U the generosii)
of its prosperous citizens."
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(Continued from page 1)
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hx-ocrvice Men dpeaK in
Commendation of Work
Done by Mrs. Ellis
Mrs. Jean Morris Ellis, working in
connection with the board of educa
tion of the Y. M. C. A., was highly
commended by the ex-service men
whom sbe interviewed yesterday.
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in the Y. M. C. A. Thursday nlgnl
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MltS. JEAN MOKIU3 ELLIS.
when Mrs. KIM spoke a number of
appointments were made with her
for Interviews. eterday the inter
views began in the morning and la-i-
ed until Mrs. Kllis left for the Com
mercial club wliere he ?poke to the
War mothers. At the meeting of
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weeks after a woman marrlei she
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