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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1931)
"Schulmeridi Opposes RapH
Increase in Higher
(Continued from pat X)
Oregon. State college, exclusive
o( her seven' assistants who re
ceive 3000 jmt each
Schulmerieh said the enroll?
Tnent at Oregon State college had
decreased 113 students since
tstg. while the ecpeiuar of the
Institution had Increased la a
cnuca larger proportion,
"I am not trying' to tear down
the higher educational Institu
tion!.' said Scholmerich, "but on
the contrary I am striving to
hare them plaeed on a sound
business basis. '
Senator Moser appeared before
the - committee la support or
bill that would authorise the
at ate board of control to enter
eato leasee for one or more office
buildings in Portland, with s
option of , purchasing them for
state cur noses. Moser said, the
ntate was now paying rental of
I3MQ9 a year. In Portland,
which would pay for the -Oregon
building In Portland -In 21 years
without capital outlay. ; -f
Moser also talked in .behalf of
a bill appropriating 1100,000 for
the construction of a memorial
building at Champoeg. This ap
propriation would be contingent
upon the federal government ap
propriating J 125,000 to assist In
the construction of the building.
The Columbia Valley associa
tion through Frank Jenkins of
Eugene, asked for an appropria
tion of 125,000, to be expended
In gathering data on the Colom
bia, Snake and Willamette rivers,,
preparatory to appearing before
rn?re?s In an effort to hare the
t reams developed for transpor
a health farm
and you never
comedians in a
picture twice as
funny as any
youU laugh so
orach you'll be
a Lid again . ..
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14 ' ; THEATRE
Sleepless Nights Neath '
African Skies - - Tho I
HEAT - - MONOTONY - -
TEH1PTATIONS - - Then
tation purpose, v 1. j
The committer went on record
favoring a bill that would levy a
tax on non-resident .concerns us
ing billboard advertising in the
state of Oregon. - The tax would
range from $5 to 120, depend
ing on the amount- of billboard
pace. used. : ,
The appropriation of the state
library was reduced from $118,
51 to IS4.&64.
- 1 .
(CmVbm4 from -.pace X)
publie service commission today:
1. Estimated value-
of pUnls t i . . J .11,347.777.02
2. Annual payroll. 31,009,197.8 7
3. Annual -water,
lights, t p-ower
. taxes, 'telephone,
4. Value of empty
case 1 purchased
5. Annual- general
merchandise . psr
ehases, such- as
. -cans, : ants, la
bela and ! Other
f . Total a m o n-n t
paid to growers
- water alene . . . . I
Number of carloads
of prodaee ship
ped la and eut .
of the -canneries -estimated
cars, part t . of ;
which - goes by
rail and . part by
.truck, and the
estimated I reve-
from these ship- .'
ments to the
companies Is- ap
proximately, ... 3
wosAirr soswoem cow
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DATA M EST
(Continued from page. 11 ; .
mer years, making the total la
the city In 1930, 42. There were
fire tuberculosis deaths. :
Nurses and the county physl
clana made 781 rtslts in commun
icable disease cases:. 211 visits
for tuberculosis ; 2 0 9 - In prena
tal care; 891 visits to infant
818 to preschool children.
Births In Salem In 1930 num
bered 484; with the mothers of
297 of these babies residents of
Salem. There were .13 still
births. .-. , .
The laboratory of the public
health apartment . examined . 1,-
f 57 specimens, mostly of water
and milk, here, and aant 1187
specimens to tho state laboratory.
On the side -of elinie work,
public health physicians exam
. a . a. . . . A t a a
ioea a i iBianxn viriuaujr ; i wo
Klmts each., and prtrata physl-
ciane. examined. 1Z infants; 198
preschool children, were .exam'
Inad about two times each by the
public health doctors and private
physicians examined 133. ; The
publie health department dentist
treated 196 children. 227 visits
being, made, -
' With regard to venereal dis
ease control. 14 patients made 78
visits at the public : health de
partment and 102 patients were
reported' by private physicians.
. Volunteer workers spent 175
hours at the Salem health center
In clinic work. - - J
Only two deaths in Salem In
the past 10 years have been due
to smallpox, the report shows,
and there ha been but one diph
theria death in the ' last five
years. There were five tubercu
losis deaths in 1930, 37 in the
last five years and 81 In the fire
years prior to 1925. " -
From all budget sources, pub
lic health expenditure for Salem
In 1930 totaled 336.559.75, in
cluding disposal of garbage and
all phases of pnbllo health pro
tection. Of this total. 37,887 was
US OZZGON BUILDING KIONX 1837 ;
Slim Snnunerville " .
Zaso Pitts, Monroe Owsley
He says fl love . yb
with cvtlass and Usee.'
He's the roagheit,
toaghest ' swash-bucklln
bnccaaeer that ever cap
tared the sjocial register.
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OnEHON STATCS7.IAN. Salera. Oregon, Thcrsday "Morning; February 19, 1S31
gift s and subsidies from outside
the city. The total cost per cap
us was aooui si.ss.
SUMC'I ISSUED .
FOI) DIG DBGES
(Continued from page 1) '
complaint sars. adding that the
physician, without consent of the
plaintiff or hi representatlTes,
removed plaintiffs "appendix.
The following day a second op
eration, upon tne spinal cavity.
was performed also without
plaintiff's knowledge or. consent,
and. from these plain Uf did, not
regain consciousness until some
time' between September 1 and f .
Be remained la the hospital until
L Following the operations Dr.
Hummel failed to exercise- due
care, and s a result .proud flesh
grew on the abdomen wound and
the spinal puncture became in
fected and an abscess . formed
there, the-complaint' says:
- Poianski asks 330.000 general
damages, 25.000 damage for acta
al violence to his. person: and a
total of 3631 damages for hospi
tal, nursing and - physicians ser
vices. ' - .
8alara. high school debaters
wilr conclude tonight their de
bates in- this section of the dis
trict debates, with the affirm
ative meeting the Dallas negative
at the high school auditorium
here at 7:30 o'clock and the neg
ative meeting SHverton affirma
tive at Sllverton.
The Dallascontest la exoeeted
to be the hardest of' the year.
Howard Teeple and Robert Reed
will debate for Salem here end
Ward Horn and Eleanor Barth
will go to Sllverton.
We promise, a business Cke
coDstderation of "your loans
the current' rate of Interest; a
moderate fee and a quick
Seraight or Meoihly raymeat
WARNER BROS, e
Pins v v -''7 1
"IIIGII GEAR" A A
AH Talking Comedy . J y fc J
Dj OI4VE ItjDOAlt
' : rrrn an jiirrV ' -: ; e
Today ..John SZeCormlck la
"Song O My Heart.
Fridax Buck Jones In
Today . "Captain Apple
Jack". ; s.
Today Wheeler and Wool
sey In "Halt . Shot at Sun-
: rise. -'A : .
Friday Charles Rogers In
9 - t "ypllow- Thru", -i:.,,
Today Conrad - Nagel
in-Tree Love;. ? - . '
-Saterday - Winnie Light-
ner and Joe Brown in
Genevieve Tobin and . Conrad
Nagel present that part of the
public which attend Warner
Bres. Elslnore today and tomor
row a viewpoint which Is a di
rect descendant of the! caves and
the men who manned them. And
it is doubtful that this viewpoint
has ever left the hidden recesses
of the thoughts of a large por
tion of the men who f man" the
world today law and order
alone prevent them from ham
mering their , women Into proper
homage. ";. i y , . r -The
story Is that of a woman
who married and later found a
family of two children plenty of
money and an ordinary husband
rather too prosaic, and a great
desire sprung up within her for
career of her own to supple
ment her married life, t
Conrad Nagel. as the husband
allowed things, to-go father far
but when. Genevieve Tobin as
the wile began playing too free
ly with other men then his man
ly pride arose and things began
to happen. . The only thing, that
brought .the wife back to the
circling, protection of j her hus
band was an aet that may raise
the ire of many a woman who
flatters herself that she Is able
to do a bit of thinking for her
self. . - - v t '
The story itself has the charm
of. a beautiful speaking voice of
Mis Tobin and ber quietly artis
tic acting as well as tne tumor
of- inimitable Zasu Pitts and
Slim Summervflle. Zasu re
marks enough times to create a
laugh riot in her final shot that
she always does the wrong thing
but she always gets a thrill out
of doing It. There is much ba
rn or all the way through the
play and if the continuity was
even a little bit better and the
preachment were not! quite so
obvious the ' show would be
among the better ones. As It is
it give one something' to think
abeuU-' Somebo-ty la wrong In
this independent woman proposi
tion r .' ,
The Philadelphia "Nationals
will hare the youngest club in
the majors the next Season.
Hone of : W i. Talkies
LAST TIMES TODAY
Also Oonedy and News
COMINO SUNDAY '
to o;i mm
LO CL'E TEi
. i (Continued from -page 3)
was accepted at capltol hill as
full warning of a veto.
But administration leaders were
still hunting tonight for the nec
essary one third votes to sustain
the veto and they7 admitted .this
number was not in eight la the
senate. -; 5 '
Senator . if atson, - of Indiana,
the republican leader. Joined five
other republicans on the finance
committee " in supporting the
house bill after a sabstltute and
ail amendments had been re
jected. '" ,1
Under, Eecretary Mills of the
treasury xouowea air. iioover s
letter to tho finance- committee
and told the senators that the
legislation would force the treas
ury to float a bond. issue. He
protested that "common business
sense would tell anyone that this
is no time - for the -government
to be entering the bond market."
The administration representa
tives appealed for a compromise
which would restrict the loans to
those veterans actually in dis
tress but the finance committee
rejected this proposal.;; Veteran
Administrator Hines estimated
the cost of the bill to the govern
ment at approximately 31,000,
ooo.ooo. . f
The committee, however, bol
stered, by a roar from the senate
and a 363 to 31 majority in the
house, stood squarely behind the
loan bill which had been design
ed as a compromise on measures
for full cash payment of the cer
tificates.' PROTEST CUTOFF
; ( Continued from eage !
Silver Creek falls area, the Brel-
tenbush-Mt. Jefferson-Detroit trip,
the Cascadla Journey, and the
lower loop highway trip from
here to points south along the
Dr. Hill proposed, and the as
sociation suggested that It would
act upon the matter later, that a
photographic map which he Is
preparing, showing this conver
sion of highways at Salem, be
adopted for publicity purpose by
the hotel men and elvlo and serv
ice groups of tho city.
James R. Linn is president of
'' . and , ' ,
Smart off-thc-faca and brimmed'
models by "Austelle are trim
med with velvet nowers or straw
bows and insets. Fascinating
new cck ra,
A popular glove at a decidedly
'Popular price when yon consider '
the improved quality that w
are offering this season. Cars
fully tailored to hold their
shape. Smart shades.
TTomens Scsni-Servlea "
C2c kg; GsW' top and Bsl
trxS toot: fsS-fashloaedl .
Mwsys a favorit fa
3d or patent leather, j :
c3. Oo I?G3SG
D DP AD" U-C II C o
1C0 N. Liberty Street
the) hotel and restaurant associa
tion, en of the newest clubs la
tho city, and W. W. Chadwick is
i asp EXPERT
An audience which. almost f 111-
M-na,v room of the
Woman's clubhouse Wednesday
night listened aeugniea
tlon to tho remarks of Miss Eliza
beth pattee, architect and land
...n. .Mti!iw( nt nnaton. Massa-
-ehusetts, who spoke in regard to
gardens and tneir reiauon to i
booses which they, sapplament.
Unusually Attractive slide were
shown to Illustrate tie remarks of
the visiting lecturer. Garden
from England.. Spain, Trance, It
aly, India, and. tha United States
paraded across the screen and to
gether with 2f iss Pattee's remarks
developed in the minds of the au
dience certain salient facts con-
WHEN A CHILD-'
I - Colic, gas, sour
. belching. fre
quent . vomiting.
t evertshness, " in
babies and chil
show food is
souring in the
tract " .
When these symptoms appear,
give Baby a teaspoonful of Phil
lips Milk of Magnesia. Add it to
the first bottle of food in tne
morning. - Older children should
be given a tablespoontul in a glass
of water. This will comfort the
child make his stomach and
bowels easy. In five minutes he is
comfortable, happy. It will sweep
the bowels free of all sour, indi
gestible food. It opens the bowels
in. constipation, colds, children's
ailments. Children take it readily
because ft Is palatable, pleasant
tasting. Learn Its many uses for mother
and child. Write for the inter
esting, book, "Useful Informa
tion." Address The Phillips Co.,
170 Varlck St, New YorkvN. T.
It will be sent FREE.
In buying, be sure to get genu
ine Phillips Milk of Magnesia.
Doctors have prescribed It for over
60 years.' ; ". . .
; . ......
Jlese diena wouldtTe told for two or
dojhn more thin this price a year ago! Each ona
Is a new Spring style . . . of bright colored silk
crepe, a gay new print or a combination of a
print and a plain color . , . put the kind of a dresj
you want to wear right now . and all throu
the Spring. f
cernlag gar'en technique asd his
tory, f j "i i
- A pt.::r tt'-i garden created
by command of Henry VIII ap
peared -as medern as his custom
of divorce.1 Medieval and Renais
sance gardens "shown, developed
the reamaipn of bow stable is
the use of squares, circles and rec
tangles and the necessity of a fo
cal point for every border.
The extensive use of rock gar
dens is a more- modern note and
according to Kiss Pattee is also
one of the most dangerous gar
dens to attempt because it is in
formal, and informal planting is
difficult to achieve due to its lack
of definite plan.
The use of sculptoiing as ac
cent to the garden - plan was
stressed by Hiss pattee, as was
the need for cooperation between
the architect and the landscape
architect when new homes are to
Miss: Pattee will leave today tor
California en route to her home
It's Fatally NIsM
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