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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1929)
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-UcreThan Half Million Spent
In Last Half of 1928;
Road Costs Large;;.
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J Marlon county spent $52M29.-
1 during tea six montns prioa
eadla December 31' of last year,
aeeordlnff to the official report is-
ned It on day from the . county
clerk's office. ! Of this amount
sill tit 8S went for roads and
lila-hwara. Of the various depart
ments of eounty actlTity the sher
iffs office cost most, with the
county assessor's - office second.
-MrnrM bainr S8S04.20' and S5.-
f 21.0S Costs of operating ;ther
departments were: . .i--: i . -
ronntv clerV'a office t4423.06
recorder's office $2255.33. treas
urer's ofncel84T.40. surveyors
1 eftfe $101 Ml. county court and
- commissioners S433C.5S, - school
npertntsndent's office f080.0.
ear sf Door S13.942.51, opera-
turn at county -fail S363C.50. iUT-
afle .cocrtJ. $819.68, district -at
torney 31005.57. gopher and moie
4 bounty s 33 zz. 89, aaverusing n
and care of teeble-mindea i&sz
The counfV health officer was
naid -1724.70 or 341.50 less than
the county fruit inspector, during
the six months period.
The report Issued Monday also
.gives statistics from the county
treasurer's ' office which . Include
all money taken in and paid out
for dtlw, school districts and
road districts. These show a hal
anee of $1,301,185.43 on. hand
Jul yl. 19ZS. Since that time ii,-
Itl lit 11 . In Wn rtipvmA.
brlnglns the total up to ,12,42
amounted to f 1,388,574.47. lear
Ins; a balance of 31,041.279.10.;
7 LIE BILLS DROP
INTO HOUSE HOPPER
House bills are still dropping in
with regularity, and Monday saw
reran more measures put before
the house, l making- the total to
data 474.! This last allotment in
cluded a school bill introduced by
Speaker Hamilton which would
make the district the agency for
school books. A bill authorising
portrait of ex-Governor Walter M.
Pierce is also included.
The bills follow: 4
H. B. 438, by Brlggs-Relating
to right to mortgage to protect his
Ilea. : H" '.. 4'
H. B. ,4 6 9, by Briggs--Provld-lag
for investment of ; surplus
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Lots Hunt and Dorothy Adams in a scene from the play "Autumn
i Fire." by T C Murray.
funds of school districts and mu
H .B. 47Q. by Briggs Correct
ing; defects in section 10223. Ore
gon Laws, as amended by laws of
1923, chapter 125, and section
1 0272. section 10373, Oregon
H. B. 471. by Robison To
amend section 273 8 .Oregon Laws,
relating to moneys deposited In
national banks by the state treas
urer. ' ' ' .
; H. B. 472. by Collier and Nor
on Amending section 4586, Ore.
gon laws, as , last amended oy
chapter 11, General Laws of 1927,
relating to road districts.
fciiini iVir1 itiinini. iiwi,iMiiiiiifiMhMftiti.fa,Biiiiifi(ffnim.,WMi
H. B. 473. by Hamilton Pro
Tlding that all text books used 1a
grade and -high schools be pur
chased and distributed by the ra
rious school districts.
H. B. 474. by Henderson Ap-
nrooriatlnr 3800 for portrait" of
ex-Gorernor Walter M. Pierce by
JTlowers on hats, shoulders.
waists and in erery conceirable
place will be worn this spring:
! Scion to Come Up ifi Senate
26th Annual Jaunt of Singers
: At Willamette Proves"
- -."Very Successful
Th men'' lee elnb of Wlllam-
tte uhlTerslty returned to Salem
late Saturday - night after com
pleting a two weeks' concert tour
through southern ' Oregon ? and
northern California. , Paul Oed
des, manager of the club, declared
that the trip had been most suc
cessful. and that all towns gaT
them' a good reception. -This was
the twentY-flfth annual tour of
the nnlTerslty singers. . -
ni trin -was made . nracticauy
without mishap, except that Wal
ter Kaufman, president ; or ine
club. ' and - Lester , Hallsted con
tracted cases of the mumps early
in the tour, "and were " unable' to
make the full circuit. ,
M floAAtiu' rndrtmA an eene-
MallT vAful MMittinn at Klamath
Valla ' Klwanla club members met
the club as. It came Jn to the city
and ' had the singers as - their
guests at the weekly luncheon. In
the afternoon the high school stu
dents., escorted x them ; orer the
whole of - the ; new high schoor
building:.:- Marshfield; also. gaTe
the f trarelers j an , enthusiastic
greeting and a good audience.
niia vMtnd the rarsltT Quar
tet will make a trtp glTlng con
certs at VancouTer, ? Mill ; Plain,
A washonral. Washing
ton, and at Cascade Locks. A con
cert by the whole ciud wiu on
rlTen - In Portland some time the
latter part of this month. '
Election Path js
Smoothed in Race
For Higher Court
Members of tho supreme court
will not hare to run against their
associates on the supreme nencn
In primary and general elections If
H. -B 321, passed by the Oregon
house of represenfatlTes Monday.
lummat law.''' 'V --
.Thi measnre. ! introduced by
DAnrA.onttiva Malarker. nroTides
that supreme court Judges shall be
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desienfttea oy numDcr wuc
ih.41aa sta a Ha lArtMl. all C&U1
I J UDVIWVS SU v --w v.v ,
dldates including the Incumbent,
If be Is seeaing re-ejecwon, bum
file for a particular Judgeship
corresponding to one of these
The bill proposing to Increase
the aal arias of iaembers of the in
dustrial accldaat oom mission from
$1800 : to 14800 a year,, which
passed the house so serenely last
week, dne - to treat a storm
when It comes up on final reading
in the senate, according to indica
tions appearing Monday. -
tom the . standpoint of state
flannces, there is no objection to
the increase, since it would come
from fees paid by contributors to
the fund.; The . protest . will .be
based, upo nother considerations,
and will be headed by Senator Joe
S e e Legislature
- Fifty to 30 boys and girls from
Astoria will Tlslt the legislature
today under , the ' leadership of F.
F. Foster of the Astoria Y. M. C.
A. and members of the Kiwanis
club In that. city. . Senator Nor
blad will guide the party through
the capitol building, telling of the
workings of the two houses and
the committees. . Luncheon will
be serred for. the group at the Y.
M. C. A. at 12 o'clock. - -
Dunne, who has on numerous oc
casions shown himself to be an
Independent thinker' on gorern-
mentai matters. ,. -:, .
' - Rebuke o f Comnalsslon, Plan
'Objections to be rotced by Sen-i
ator Dunne will be based on the
contention that the present Indus
trial accident commission has not
been fair in Its administration of
the accident fund and of the cases
I which hare come before It, He
intends' to embody in his opposi
tion to this Increase, a rebuke to
the commission." v
Widows of men killed in Indus
trial accidents, families of men
permanently Injured 'or incapael
ta'ed for Work for long periods Of
tlinp, hare been left In want and
prlratlon because of the commls
Mon's failure to aire Just reUef,
3en.t-r Dunne will contend. -
He further declares that the
numerous letters from employers
urging passage of this bill to In
crease salaries of the commission
members, were solicited by the
commission and did not come rol
untarily. Senator Dunne Is of the
personal opinion that the members
of - the commission are not men
who could command salaries of
the amount asked, in private bus.
iness, and his entire argument will
be based on a conviction that they
are not entitled to the Increase on
tha basia of erricea rendered to
the employers and employees af
fcted br the-workman's compen
sation JwtCiirwl;-;.;: .. -I.-MOism
Made ta House, Too,
That Senator Dunne la not alone
In this Tlew was demonstrated in
the house last week In discus
sion of another bill affecting the
accident commission, the one pro
posing to make certain records of
the commission public. At - that
time " Representative , Henderson
described the commission as "ar
bitrary, intolerant, dictatorial and
discourteous." . : " ;
The indication T wero . Monday
that the : salary increase bill will
probably be passed In the senate,
but not -without bitter opposition.
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"j!rT :A SMALL -one prerost resident to oyery
13 telephones, or in all 2i53 Oregon p5ple-are in -tho
ranks 'of the telephono-company, enjafd in
vieTvingyott.." ' " - ' i'. r.
rt-i ;S That you may better understand what then tele
phone people are doing:, we cordially Mto you to -visit
any of our central offices. :-'iA:3-'i'y'h..:---
t, ine swttcnooaras, witn ujor nun w wuwsi u . : :
fascinate you. You will be surprised to find that the v. . -
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-f2.ter.tht invention of the ttlerAone itotJI
lffi&&'joj "women have t"oniy used XXX -
' r tslephjme f ro'm thi besinnins but luvf helped de-;
Tmlop the very art of telephonyi J. H. Thatcher of this 7;0x
- ccsipany bas been hero continuously since the adrent .- -
f-'--'cf the telephone. Patrick Bacon, now Portland tnan-
ter, began as a Doy operator more usaa yc
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Train 32 will leave at 1:49 p. m. instead of 4 :30 p. m.
X 6 :25 a. ini, 2 :25, 6 :20, 8 :47 p. xn.
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