The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 23, 1932, Page 13, Image 13

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    Th OREGON STATliwsIWV tfo 11932
littl cutis
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Sbtiool tax Saving Group
I Also Vetoes Million1 ;
, Appropriation
Appealing for consideration of J
toe zorn-MacFnerson scnooi moT
Ing bill solely on it merits, F. H.
Young, campaign manager for the
School Tax SaTing association,
speakCg tn Lions slab lunch
eon yesterday, denied that the
bill would save the state $1,000,-
0ji a year or effect any economy
br reduction of the number of
state institutions of higher learn
ing. ' ' .
Mr; Toung, who for 10 years
was associate editor of the Ore
gon Voter, undertook direction or
the fight against this bill last
July. The association is backed
br LaGrande, Ashland, Monmouth
and Eugene, cities particularly
affected by the proposed school-
morinr measure.
.This association, said Young,
nr.ges voting down of the 1 1,1 81,-
0Q higher education Tippropria
tin referred to the people, as
well as of the school morlngbill
The institutions have got along
without this appropriation and
would not be able to use it all by
December SI, the time for its ex
penditure, he explained.
submit that the people of
Oregon are asked to vote oa a
complicated subject, the origin of
which is still a mystery," he de
clared. "From ther standpoint of
economy and tax measures, it is
one of the greatest hoaxes erer
perpetrated on Oregon people
f New Projects Created
"This bill establishes two brand
"new educational projects in Ore
gon: first, . a teachers' college;
second, the principle of state tax
support or the? Junior college.
- This bill dees t not establish a
four-, year teachers' college. The
bill would put; two years of work
in a tour-year shell, the teachers'
college. The bill : would not im
proTe elementary teacher train
ing, for the legislature requires
only two years of work."
Estimating the 1933 mUlage
tax for higher education at 2,-
200,00,- Young held that with
the bill's proTisions tor estab
lishing a law school in Salem, at
cost of $40,000, of expenditure of
$400,000 for the teachers' college,
$200,000 tor two Junior colleges,
and $2000,000 for the -medical
school at Portland, only $400,000
would be left for running the
combined unlrersity and state col
lege at Corrallis, If the bill were
to sare $1,000,000, as claimed.
Boom Not Available, -..
In view of the tact that the fed
eral surrey made for the state
bpard of higher education recom
mended expenditure of $880,000
for classroom and residential
buildings at Corrallis, the allega
tions of the Zorn-MacPherson
group that room exists at the state
college tor the consolidation with
the state university are erroneous.
Young asserted.
As a parting shot at the bill,
Young said the state grange in
1911 and 1912 had voted against
consolidation of the two institu
Hons and in 1920 had made a sur
vey showing that the cost of the
state university and college separ
ate as in Oregon was less than that
of combined institutions In other
Mrs. H. A. Hartley, who hare
made their home here for many
years, are moving to Silrerton and
nave taxen up residence at 422
South Second street. Their farm
will be managed by their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Doertler.
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HAZEL GREEN. Sept. 22.
The ehurch Is planning as all-day
meeting for September 2, begin
ning with Sunday school at, 10
o'clock. Rev. Clark M. Smith, pas
tor, will preach at 11, and a bas
ket dinner will be held at noon.
Rev. R. V. Wilson, pastor of En
gldwood church, Salem, is to speak
In the afternoon.
Miss Denea Shepherd, recently
of Kansas City, will sing "Beside
the Still Waters" (Hamblin), with
Mrs. R. V. Wilson accompanying.
Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Peterson of Sa
lem, charter members" of the
church, and others have been in
vited to take part on tjhe program.
This is the 30th anniversary of the
organisation of the Sunday school
from which the church was or
ganised the following March.
Dr. W. C. Kantner organized
the Sunday school, with Miss Rox-
anna Thompson (now Mrs. D. O.
Clark of Harrisburg) as superin
tendent, and Miss Alwilda Gilbert
(Mrs. W. E. Savage of Keizer),
secretary. Rev. Bertha M. Peoples
organized the church.
Labish School
Gets Increase
Of 15 in 'Hurry
Enrollment at the Labish Center
school reached a normal of over
40 Tnesday after a light enroll
ment of abont 25 Monday. First
day enrollment last year reached
53, and rose to over CO necessi
tating the hiring of another teach
er and equipping the cloak room
tor a recitation room tor the first
four grades.
A large flock of cranes the first
which many had seen In Oregon,
flew south over this district Tues
day afternoon. '
.Preparations, for entertaining
the Hayesvllle ' district Sunday
school convention September 21
are being made by the local Sua-
day sehooL
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55 Tons Prunes
From 11 Acres
i7icr. OMSLV. Sent. 22
The prune harvest la about finish
ed. A. T. VanCleave Son
harvested 5 tons from il acres.
Max Wood had a big yield otners
til abont half cron. though
prunes were very large. Some
sold to, Woodburn out mosi ox ine
erop went to Salem . canneries.
Ralph Worden sold tos prunes on
the trees. " .
Joseph Zlelinskl has a line
yield of Noble French prunes
f.iM trou mttnA and B. C.
Zlelinskl and 'Joseph Zlelinskl j
have a good yield or tne uaie or
Coats prunes. There is I . larger
acreage here of Italians
Enrollment at
Airlie Schools
Low First Day
atth.if.. fiant. 22 The begin
ning of the fall tern at Alrne
schools finds the enrollment very
MUa fThrlott Banta and II. R.
Moore will go to Salem this week
where they will bo employed at
the state fair.
Mrs. J. C. Simpson who has
been spending her summer vaca
tion here has returned to Corral
lis tn rMiimi nr work at the col-
lege. Harold Toedtemeier is at
tending Oregon State college.
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mj&Lwmr ifoodds ait sauewatt
Step into your nearest Safeway store notice the brands of foods on the shelves. Each one represents the
sh?p into your nearest saieway store notice the brands of foods on the shelves, Hiacn one n
highest quality of its particular grade. We strive to k eep the cost of our foods at a minimum
scientific operation of our business, yet this is neve r done at a sacrifice of quality. Trade at !
in your winter suoolv now.
through the
Safeway. Put
Safeway Savings for Friday, Saturday and Monday, September 23, 24 and 26 ft
Safeway Hardwheat
every sack guaranteed
Put in your winter supply
49 lb- sack 953
Bbi. 4 sacks 3.79
fresh creamery, a local produce
Golden Crest
fresh sliced - white or whole wheat
Maximum fine quality
tall cans
Limit. Per case 2.09
Idaho Great Northerns
good cookers, 10 lbs. 36c
good quality.
Buy all you want. 10 lbs. 32c
IPopEs & Beauns
Campbell's or Van Camp's
med. cans
(b cans for 2
12 cans for 55c,
FaiasaEie IFHoum?
Safeway for your pancakes or No. 10 sack
A real kitchen broom, made in Oregon
Airway' Al-
fresb 3 lbs.1 0
fine onallty
la Balk O lbs.
solid crisp heads for
fine local
A shopping bag full for
Fancy Jerseys - Smooth Size
a s&Go
Country Kist
Yellow " O cu
Bantam O
O cans 45c
Pare can
fiae graaulated
joojj uu.Hjna 20
Cut from Choice Young Beef
- ink a5
i A.R. Mours
Mild Sugar Cured, very good
-jMorkofc FoakurcsL-
Young and Tender, Rock and
Reds, all Drawn
- in Bulk, the Very Best
Dgg2 (SnnUPGG
Cut from Choice Young Beef for
Brazing or Boiling
Your choice Per Pound Fresh
Ground Beef, Pig Pork Roast,
Beef Roast, Fresh Cottage
Cheese, Baby Beef liver, qt.
Kraut in Bulk
Young Rabbits, to Fry or Bake, 19c Chicken Tamolei, each 1.......17V2C
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One poundi-net
ruriitno, uron
Fred Meyer Best Orange Pekoe
(black) Tea Is a superior bleat
. of only the tiniest, choicest Wares
of mountain-grows India Tea.
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11 f IL IV.
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LNArt " v,m . sett n;,, ' i
Fred Keyer Ta
Other Teas
( 3502) r11
Fd Meyer Tea Other Teas
39c bays a fall pound of Fred Ueyer
Best Orange Fekoe (black) Tea
twice as much as you get of other teas
of similar Quality. Ia tact, all Fred
.Meyer Teas doable the ralue of your
money. Sare without sacrifice!
For Exceptions!' Economy
Orange Pekoe
; Tea 25c lb.
A good quality black tea at a sen
sational low price. Similar quality
la tins costs you more than
Ivory Soap
Budweiser Malt s 41c
Yellow Corn Meal 9 15c
Value For Men!
Any 50c Briar Pipe. ETer-Rea-
dy Razor with t blades and a
15c can of Halt A Hair Tobac
co. $1 Value for only 39c.
Gears 2c
Tionas. Tennysons. La Cariet
tas (Generals) and Fighting
Bob (Bobs), your choice 2c
eacn, 10 tor 19c. or box of 50
for 95c.
5c Cremos 3 for 10c
Box of 50 cigars $1.59
90 Granger or
.Geo. Washington
It os. tin smoking Cff
''tobacco ODC
Reg.-lOe pkgs. S for 25e
Cigaretes 2 pkgs 25c
Camels. Chesterfields. Luckies.
Old Golds In pkgs. of 20s. Car
ton of 200 tor $1.25.
Copenhagen Snuff
3 rolls 25c
At Fred Meyer Tobacco Dept.
Broken Slice
PineannU 2 ?f;.2 1 Sr
Minute Topioca $1 11c
Shredded Wheat S.9c
C.H.B. Catsup 2 bSti:29cH.i
Jell WeUs3p14c
Rolled Oats 9, & 25c .
Grapenuts 15c
Chase & Sanborn Coffee caQ30c
Royal Baking Powder J0' 35c
Honey Maid Grahams 2 box 19c
Del Monte Salmon c( B) 10c
ToUet Tissue (1000 Sheet) 3 rolls lie
Oxydol (The New Large Package) 17c
Emerald Walnut Meats yt Ibcans 25c
Libhys Deviled Ham (y2s cans) 15c
Dromedary Cocoanut Va Io PST 15
Giant Drain Pipe Solvent 2 cans 25c
Van Camps Oral Sardines 2 cans 15c
'Dainty Bits' Grapefruit 3 cans 25c
Heinz Cider Vinegar small bot. 8c
' Old Milwaukee Brew 6 bottles 49c
Sehlitz Ginger Ale 3 bots. 23c
Fancy Oregon Walnuts 19c lb.
Dromedary Pimentos 8c can
Creamettes 3 packages 20c
At Fred Meyer Grocery Department
5 Depts.
Fruit Dept.
Yakima -Netted
Jems '
Ripe and nice size tor Baking
5Q. 39c
Fancy' Tomatoes
no a lug for S lbs n
LJl canning for t
Juice Oranges
Don't forget the kiddies
school o dot. n Q
lunches . tor imVC-
Celery Hearts
The Ulk of the town
for price 7
end quality t for f C
Sweet Potatoes
Kew CaL a lbs. Q
crop Tifor 'C
A Real Candy
Ass't Hand dip OCr
Chocolates a-isiC
Peanut IP
Clusters IOC
Nestle'slb. 1J
Almond Bars IOC.
Miss Dona Rosa Will
Answer Yonr Beauty
Questions! Write Us.
Rubber Gloves
Nationally-Known Goods
At Deep-Cut Prices
Save on Every Item!
50 cc 3Ieads
Viosterol for
85c Bridge Size Playing uaras 25c
14 oz. Sazon Lemon Lotion 39c
14 oz. Sazon Almond Lotion 49c
Scott 1 issue Toilet Paper, 3 for 19c
1 in. by 5 y6V Z. O. Adhesize 19c
75c Lov'Me Face Powder 39c
25c Melba Hand Cream 9c $1.50 Crazy Crystals $1.19
Jumbo Kleenex 39c 50c Swiss Kriss 39c
40c Pluto Water 28c
$6 Nue-Ovo $3.98
Icy Hot Jr. Lunch Kit for School Children 99c
100 Poker Chips (Composition or Paper) 49c
White Rock or Sehlitz Ginger Ale 3 for 25c
1 pt. Witch Hazel 19c 1 lb. Agar Agar 69c
50c Strasska Tooth Paste Original Flavor jIY
and 50c Strasska Licorice Flavor all for X7C
1 Pt. Milk Magnesia 23c 1 lb. White Psyllium 29c
1 Pint Bottle of Antiseptic Solution 29e
$1 Ambrosia
Cleanser" ';S.
I 50c Payne'. 121
I Tooth Parte
60c Milkweed Cream 83c
1 Ponds Creams 5Bc
1 Kranks Lemon Cream 9e
SOe Stlllman's Freckle S9e
II Pacqnln Hand 03c
1 Ponds Freshener SOe
75e Ayers Eau De Beante SOe .
60c Noxsema Cream 29c
Bath Room Supplies
$1 Bath Sprays 39e
75c Bath Brushes 29c
1 pt Rubbing Alcohol 17c '
6 Jergens Bath Soap 29e
50c Contl Shampoo 29c
10c Rubber Sponges 5c
AH Rubber Soap Trays 5e
10 Lb. Bath. Epsom S. 39e
Cold Remedies
50c Vicks Nose Drops 33c
50c Arzen 33c
$1 Rinx 69c
1.25 Ephedrine Inhal. 85c
35c Hills Cascara 23c
35c Papes Cold 27e
" 60c Pertussan 39c
60c Pinex 43c
II Coty Hand Lotion SOe
0c Dentons Facial Mag. 20e
Its FrostUla XOe
0e IUllan Balm 6c
60c H A Cream 29c
7Se AprU Showers F. Pwd. S9c
.11 Louis Phillips Up SL 60c
50c Pogo Rouge 33c
Cod liver Oil
SI Squibbs 89c
1 Pt. Schieff elin 39c
1 Pt. Norwegian 29c--1
Pt. Parke Paris 79c
1 Pt Meades 89c
1 Pt Mulfords 49e
1 Peter Mollers 79c
$1 Eeplers & Malt 69c
il Super D 69c
Patent Medicines
85c Allenrhu 59c
15 Bisodol 79c
1.25 B. L. Tonic 79e
60c Bromo Seltzer 39c
75c Castoria 49c
L50 Citrocarbonates 98c
1 15 Pierces Remedies 89c
125 Enos Fruit Salts 79c
60c Inner Clean 29c
Dental Needs
60c Ipana Tooth Paste 29c
SOe Pepsodent Tooth Paste 29c
lie Listerine Tooth Paste 19c
60c Rerelatlon Tooth Pwd. 29c
COe Corega 89c - - - -
60c Tek Tooth Brushes -7e
51c Dr. VTests Tooth Br. 23e
Squibbs Tooth Paste SSe
50e Wests Plate Brnsh 33o
50c Jay nes Vermifuge 33c
1.35 Pink hams Comp. 89c
$1 Miles Remedies 59c
60c Murine 39c
85c Kruschen Salts 49c
v85c Jad Salts 49c
85c Moones Oil 59c
60c Caldwells Syrup 39c
1.25 Absorbine Jr. 83c
$1 Listerine 69c".
$1 Pepsodent 69c '
$1 Lavoris 69c
75c Takara Powder 39c
SI Zonite 63e
60c Benetol 39c
1.50 Bocaral Powder 98c
fl S.T. 37 Solution 69c -
35c Kotex
New Phantom-cartons
of IX - reg. 'size
Shaving Aids
60e Coty Sharing Cream 19c
35c Life Buoy Sharing Cr. 19c
SOe Menneas 8 ha ring Cr. 29e
S5e Burma Share C3c
S5e Barbasol 23c -
60c OiUetU Blue Blades 4So
SOe Probak or Anto St. BL S3c
S6e Gem Blades 23e
25d Listerine Sharing Cr. 19c
P31s and Tablets
50c Chocolate Exlax 39c
50c Natures Remedy 33e
50c Yeast Foam Tabs. 33e
25c Carters Pills 15c
60c Olive Tablets 39c
25c Feenamint 17c
60c McCoys Tablets 39c
35c Bayers Aspirin 21e
1 Pt Russian OU 33c
Soothing Ointments
60c Resinol 39c
50c Cuticura 39 c
75c. Balm Bengay 49c
60c Iodex 39c
1 Mercirex Comb. 69c
35c Mnsterole 27c
60c Paxo 39c
50c Poslam 39c
Kodak Film
Fresh Stock Eastmanj
Film -
No. 116 8 Exp.-17t
No. 120 Exp. 14c ?
No. 1278 Exp. 17c - '
No. 122 6 Exp. 32c
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