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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1928)
Ttft "tf etc Dssgoh Statesman. Sale?n, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, November IS, 19t8
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o;i IB PUPILS
iTOix .hare e accidents?? asks
on "Accident PreTentlon!
baa --baan distributed to
teachsrs la the Salem schools to
mam ta heightening the lessons be
tas; taught until- November 2 ft as
a part at the "safety first' eam-
palca which ends on that day. The
Salem Ad club is sponsoring the
We hare accidents, the students
will learn from their teachers, be.
caune conditions changed so rapid
ly la the last 25 years that hnman
intelligence could not, or did not,
keep pace with' the transforma
tion.- as for example the present
hazards encountered by pedestrl-
ama in crossing the streets as com
pared to the almost one hundred
per cent safety of eren 10 years
The customary "stop, look and
listen" signs are Inadequate with
taa automobile and Its 30 and 40
. miles an 'hour rate. Operators dis
like to "stop for, look for and lis-
te for". Other hazards are found
ia the use of electricity, gas and
the Tarlous industrial occupations,
all of which resulted in injuries
to 2,000,000 persons in the Unit
ed States last year.
Despite the enormous number
of injuries over the country,
there has been a decline in inju
ries to elementary school children
siaea 1928 when the first system
atic safety work wasr begun. Ev
ery city where safety instruction
and education has been employed
ia the schools shows a reduction
from 20 per cent to 60 per cent.
Safety- week, or safety month
plays a large part In elimination
of accidents, not because It less
ens traffic congestion or other
'hazards but because it teaches
children to be carefuL The safety
campaign substitutes, a new set of
habits and It makes the substi
tution ' ln childhood when habits
are moat easily broken" ' and re
Household Hints I
BY MBS. MAftV MOQTOH I
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Here la a striking ricw of the Wapiti, an aD-metal plane, which
has Just been built for the Royal Air Force oT Great Britain, '
Vlt amine Salad Get a small
head of cabbage and a small head
of lettuce. Cut thin slices from
the cabbage and let them soak In
French dressing for half an hour.
Grate one large carrot and flavor
it with lemoa juice add a quarter
teaspoon salt; grae an-onionat
time of serving. Arrange a slice
?f lettuce cut crosswise of the
head on Individual salad plates;
over these place the cabbage slic
es, pour over the French dressing,
sprinkle with grafted onion, then
grated carrot,, then with minced
parsley. . -
Steamed Fruit Pudding Sift
together one and two-thirds cups
flour, one-half teaspoon soda, one
fourth teaspoon salt, one teaspoon
cinnamon, one teaspoon cloves.
one-half teaspoon nutmeg or
mace. - Add - three tablespoons
melted butter, one-half cup sweet
milk nad one-half cup; molasses.
Finally add either half a pound of
raisins or dates, cut fine; a little
lemon peel. If you like.' Turn jnto
buttered molds and steam two and
one-half hours. Serve with hard
sauce or lemon sauce.
. Brded Veal Cutlets, Buttered Rice
Steamed Fruit Salad Coffee
Serve rice occasionally instead
ef potatoes. -Put one cup of rice
ea to boil briskly in one Quart of
aalted water, first washing it, of
coarse. Let it boil until all the
water has been absorbed. Shake,
hut do not stir, as you will break
the grains if you do. Pile In veg
etable dish with a good sized lump
Cer several lumps) of butter on
Make a. good short pie crust,
roll thin and cut into -six-inch
squares. Boil a pound of calf's
liver until tender. Drain and chop
it fine. Add two tablespoons
butter, pepper, salt, a cup of dry
apple sauce. Juice of an onion, a
teaspoon sugar, two tablespoons
chopped pecan nuts and a table
spoon very dry crumbs. Put a
large spoonful Into each pastry
square, add a little lump of but
ter, fold over the crust and pinch
In the ends. Prick the top with a
steel fork and bake on a buttered
dish until the crust is done. Serve
hot with cream or tomato sauce,
or cold without sauce. - - -In
the Small Family
If the layer cake is just a little
too large for the family to finish
before it gets stale, it la a good
idea to Ice only half of it at a
time, wrapping the other half in
waxed paper and keeping it in an
airtight box. Then, when the first
half is. eaten, ice the second half
with an entirely different sort of
frosting, and it will be as good
as a new cake.
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cram and Btuate. -
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More than 2,000,000 fish hare
been planted in Klamath basin
this fall. When this story reach
es the East watch the bait fisher
men begin to plan trips to this
section. Klamath News,
"If God Is Almighty, Why Did
He Not Prevent Sin from En
tering- the World?"
qA Great Fleet
. of " Silver Grays "
NEWBERGjjgf f &
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IMPOVittSS MEDFORD - - :r?T&lZn
Throuirhout the dav these fine
y motor-coaches roll smoothly over
the highways of western Oregon.
With clock-like regularity and an
extra margin of safety, they do their
job - and make new friends. '
Hundreds wlio use them daily ap
predatcthe convenience of frequent
schedules, their dependability and
their high standard of equipment-
the very latest product built for bus
travel.' , .
For Southern Pacific has built into
this "Silver Gray" net work the high
efficiency of a riilroad system.
For more than 40 years.
Southern Pacific his been i, success factor in
Orgon development. Today the " SUverGrty ,
fleet is geared to meet, the local transportation
' needs. SuDblementinff looff-established train
service it closely links local points with fre
quent, comfortable, dependable serviced
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9 :4S-11 . JCOrN (919).
blpo sad emote.
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oettlne-op exercise. '
:46-U:00 KXU Homo economics
19:09-11 :aKWJJT. Blrthdaj hour.
lt:0O-ll:O KTEC (219).- Roouekt
19:90.12:90 KGW. The Town Crier
and "Woman's Masaatee."
10 :00-U KEX. DeToUonal aerrw
K and anopptng- svide.
11 :00-12 : KFEC. Talks and tnuili
ll:00-ii:s KWJJ. Concert.
12 .00-1 0 KGW. i Luncheon
cert. . ' -
12:00-12:99 KOINT Farm Hash and
12:00-lr00 KFEC. Ifasle: (11:65)
news items and weatter reporta.
12 :00-l :00KEX. Luncheon concert.
12:00-2:00 KXI Afternoon preaen
12 :90-S :9a KWJJ. etodle
I lk WniT- Sonara.. if ;i ir:.
1 :99-t :00 KrBG LuKbeoa concert.
1 It W.T ' (lanivrt mnmbtt
and HWo symphoity. i -4-
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fS:S07 Beauty taisu ; s i i
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faottiA.ll nnM al tkaT Btadlum. t
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lec new a . , , . j ,
9:90-4:99 KXX. Musio. - ! -
a :90-4 :id kuw, - news ana busk.
4:9 :I0 KEX Concert eneemole.
4 :99-S :00 KFEC. Book chat, j
4 :10-1 :00 KEX. 8anta. Cfatua I -i
:09-9 :29 KOW. Got. Al Smith t
talk. A.meaaace to the American
People." ; --i i i ;i -
1:00-9:90 KFEC. Popular tnualo.-8:19-4
:40 KOI N. Topay-Turry Times
9 :20-4 :00 KOW. Children's prosram.
9 :00-9 :48 KFEC T119). ! Hawaiian
niuaio. - i
9 :00-T :40 KWB3. Beml-claaslcal mu
00-7 -OA KY1W
mA K -SK tKHft talk.
4:09-T:9 KOIN. (919.)
4 :00-7 0-r-KEX. (294).
4 :00-7 :00 KTBR. (231).
lft-T .AA KYI. rrhbtnm'a lianr
9.48-7:00 KFEC. Stock and Chloeo
rain quotationa, I
7:00-7:30 KOW Courtesy procrara.
T:oo-7!io kjlLj. courtesy prosnrajn.
7:00-9:00 KWBS,; Popular rnuala
1 ivv ;vv Auin, uraiew,
(434). Concert trio
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cheatra. . i . . . '
7:99-9:99 KGW. NBC Torrid Tots."
7 :l9-l :90-KXt: ItetertsJaers:
1 :94-a:39 KOIN. ' Studio procram.
9 :00- :99 KJtl ' Orchestra,
1 :90-4 : 19 KEX. Studio prosram. '
9:99-9:90 KOW. NBC prosraas.
9:90-19:00 KWB3. Btudto prosram.
3 :IO-9 :99 KFJC Ramblera.
9:99-9:99 KOW. NBC prosram.
9:90-14:99 KXU i Srodio procram.
9:00-10:49 KGW. Prosram from
KOMO." -! - "
99-10:99 KEC ABC salon orches
tra, 9 :3e-eod-KOm. vFlsjht broadcast.
10:00-11 :00 KOW. Dance proarau)
19:00-11:04 KWBS. Bequest hour.
19 :44-l 2 :00 KEX.;
12 :44-l i44 KXt.
NBC 10:20-1 130.
sine r 4:00-9:30,
4 :00-9 :30. comllo
Variety hour. :
Clav , A Smith
musts ; 10-12, dance music by Troca-
KOO Oakland (279). 9. concert:
9:90, Troubadour ; 7, coneert: 9,
NBC; 9r PllaTtma' orchestra and
songs. ' ' i
KFRC Ban Francisco. (441. :20.
topics ; 9:34, sports : 7, male quartet ;
7:30, 9, courtesy ; 9, Vignettes; 10,
Amos n Andy; 10:10. 11:10-12:10.
' dance muatc !
KHJ Loa Angeles (233), 9, d&mss;
.' 4:13, music i 4:45, news; 7, HappU
neas i" 7 s30, play 1 2. orchestra ; 9,
symphony i 10-12, orchestra and trio,
KTA San Francisco 244 ). 4. news:
4:19, Cryert 7, Intelligence 8, 8:30,
theatre i roller 9, 14-12, dance musii-.
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Snaps Oat of Cold
In Record Time!
Did you erer hear of a f ire-hour
remedy for colds? There Is one,
and it really does bring you out
lot It completely. Kven if it's
grippe, this method works only
ttakes lonrer. It's a simple com
pound the druggist has in tablet.
Pleasant-tasting, but it surely has
Plenty of neonle with a bad cold
ila the morning h aye been rid rf
it by night; and the secret is
Pape's Cold Compound. You 11
think it Just luck the first! time.
but it always goes to tne spot.
Druggists have it fog 3 Sc. Adt.
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