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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salesi, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, July 1, 1931"
V KELLY UPHEID INV
i " r-ROSEH RYE CASE
Portland Seed Company is
Loser in Action Which
Drew Much Interest
The state supreme court. In an
opinion -written by Chief Justice
Bean, yesterday affirmed the de
cree of the circuit court for Mar
lorn county In a salt- brought by
W. A. - Kotthof f of Jefferson, to
' recover damages of $5000 from
tae Portland Seed company. Judge
Kelly of Marion county held for
The, suit had Its origin In
If arch, 1926, when J. E." Parrisb,
a farmer and sheep raiser near
Jefferson, purchased 275 sacks of.
Rosen rye and other seeds from
Kotthoff, who was engaged in the
seed business in Marion county.
Parrisb. alleged that the seed was
net Rosen rye. but ordinary rye.
and later sued Kotthoff for dam
ages. He was awarded a Judgment
of 15000. Kotthoff then sued the
Portland Seed company; on the
grounds that the seed was not as
Other opinions handed down by
the supreme eeurt Tuesday
low::, J. ; U' ."-
Robert .Longden ys. Southern
Oregon Stages, appellant; appeal
from Jackson county. Appeal from
Judgment la favor of plaintiff for
damages for : personal injuries.
Opinion by j Chief Justice Bean.
Judge ill. ' D. Norton affirmed.
A. : J. Mansfield ts. Southern
Oregon Stages, appellant; appeal
from Jackson county. Appeal from
Judgment in favor of plaintiff for
personal Injuries. Opinion by Chief
Justice Bean. 'Judge H. D. Norton
affirmed. 1 :!'
Lulu Mable Day. appellant, ts.
Floyd M. Day; appeal from Lane
county; Suit for divorce. Decree
of Judge) Brand affirmed with
modification. Opinion by Justice
Kelly. i ; '
' L Block, doing business as Al
berta ; plumbing company, plaintiff-respondent,
ts. Otis E. Lore
et al, defendants; appeal from
Multnomah county. Suit to fore
close mechanics lien. Opinion by
Justice: Campbell. Decree of Judge
MeCollouch affirmed as modified.
Letah B. Dean ts. C. J. Dean,
appellant, and state of Oregon ex
rel Letah B. Dean vs. C. J. Dean,
appellant; appeal from Multnomah
county.) Suit for divorce. Opinion
by Justice Rand. ; Judge John H.
PetltIon for rehearing denied
In' All jrs. Portland.
Walter j Lemar Townsend of
Chiloqttln i and Robert R. Rlttea-
TIB IS MADE
The state land department turn
ed over to the state treasurer dur
ing the month of June a total of
$65,864.71. according to a report
prepared Tuesday by " George O.
Brown, clerk of the state land
board. , ' . r
Items Included tn the turn-overs
follow: - f
Common school ' fund princi
pal, payments on loans, 123.727.
68; common . school fund princi
pal. Income- sources, $1598.07;
common, school fund Interest,
232,876.37; common school fund,
abstract deposits, $686; agricul
tural college fund interest, J 1.
702.83; unlTersity fund princi
pal, payments on loans, 1646; un
iversity fund Interest, 83S4.27.
Rural credits loan fund prin
cipal, $1391.51; rural Credits re
serve fund interest, $2151.44;
A. R. Burbank trust fund Inter
est $85.42; J. T. Apprson fund
principal, payments on , loans.
$375.50; J. T. Apperson fund
principal, ; Income sources,; $57.-
house of Klamath Falls, perman
ently admitted to the bar.'
43, and J. T. Apperson fund Inter
est, 1104.11. ...
Wife Hurt Him,
Be Paid, Claim
It the hadn't struck him and
eut his hand before she left. him.
he would have been able to earn
money to pay the alimony order
ed, -. Balboa Bohla told circuit
Judge Gale 8. Hill yesterday when
he -appeared to answer contempt
of court proceedings. - !
Bohla, from whom his wife seeks
divorce, failed to comply with the
court order to pay temporary- ali
mony. The ease was continued un
til July 21. and he Is given. until
that time to raise the two months'
Case Not Solved
.... - . j!
Police yesterday had notified
all officers throughout this dis
trict about a $200 theft of clothes
and personal articles from four
youths at the Eaiem t. m. c. a.
Monday : night but no word had
been, received of the. whereabouts
of the two- other young men
thought to have stolen the good
from their ..companions.- Tn
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youths from whom the articles
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Police think the suspected youths
took a watch and diamond from a
downtown pawn store.
Small Amount is
The building fund committee at
the Y. M. C. A. yesterday went
oyer returns from letters recently
sent out asking for payment - on
the pledges which were made In
1424. The committee was disap
pointed -.at the small amount of
motfey paid on the pledges which
total more than 123.000. Collec
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ment of a loan made with the new
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and must be paid from the gener
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