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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1925)
OUTER M.1DE' TRKAStTlKK AT
tlaehoe Olifer, "an Salem boy
and a student at Willamette uni-
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the Interstate Assemblyt: Work
for- Boy of Oregon and Idaho,
organized , in,. Portland, -Satur day,
during tli meeting' or the 6re-gon-!daho
chapter of the associa
tion rof boys" ' -work -secretaries.
The organization newly created Is
open to ' secretaries and laymen,
and. is for the' purpose of organ
izing 'clube and discussing boys'
work in general. Other officers
elected are J. CMeehan of Port
land, president; Mr. Putnam of
Portland, rice president ; W. P.
Walter of Eugene, secretary. L. E.
Goodwin of Portland, Mr. Plaiter
of Portland and Air. Potter of
Baker were chosen members of
the executive committee. . ; )
At the conference, which was
held Friday and Saturday officers
were also chosen for the Oregon
and Idaho chapter of boys' work
secretaries as follows: W. PJ Wal
ter oT Eugene, president; J. E.
Crary, secretary o fthe boys' de
partment of tje Salem YMCA", sec
retary an treasurer; E. C. Peter
son .of I'ocajtello, Idaho. M. C.
Thompson of Portland and A. E.
Tonnt of Portland, members Of
the' executive .'cominittee.
Those who attended the confer
ence from, -Salem were Clarence
Oliver. Lee Ross, J. B. Crary and
Ross Miles. -.C. A. Kells, general
secretary o fthe local YMCA, and
R. C. Davis attended the confer-
to stay over for Saturday.
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would: ask for record Otes. " Sen
ator N'orrisalso asked that great
er cuts be made on the smaller in
come rates' and less reduction of
the surtax schedules. '
A unanimous report by the
house ways and means committee
does not appear likely at the pres
ent time," but a majority of demo
crats and -republicans are be
lieved certain to "follow the en
dorsement of the measure so far
given by" their 'arty leaders on
In starting revision Monday of
the excise rates, the- committee
will consider all of the schedules
as a unit, deciding first on the
apportionment among the various
levies It will allow for reduction
Among the rates which the com
mittee has been asked to repeal in
this class are those in automobiles,
tracks, tires and accessories, ad
missions, duo, jewelry and virtual
ly every other tax now existing
on special forma of business.
Repeal of all of these would cut
government revenues by almost
$400,000,000 annually, whereas
only $100,000,000 of the treasury
estimated ' surplus remains avail-
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Comedy Mcd'oNALD News
We bought for spot cash a big stock of used pianos at real pricesthere
fore we are able to quote the lowest prices on fine used pianos ever
of fered in Salem. Come and see for yourself.
Buys Mny mod mom
Kimball . . . $ 75
Kohler . . .
Stetson . .
Gramer . .
Starr . . . ,
Schubert . .
Schiller . .
Schubert . .
J. Baur . .
. Many of these pianos look like new and are in new like condition in every
J way. We will accept any used piano bought at full purchase price any
time within one year from date of sale toward the purchase price of any "
1 new piano. , '
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