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V. Thii 'OIlEbON-STATESSlAN, Salem, Cregtaray 1933
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sump Club Meete Formal " Names Ctommlttee--.Fred d
erganlsation of the juniors. dlv Thlelsen. director ot the social de
lion of tbo Salem Stamp so- partment of the chamber of corn
er will b effected at a met- merce, yesterday announced the
ins in the jr. M. C. A. ar7:0 appointment ot the following eom-
m. tomorrow. A full attendance mittee to work with him In hla do
0f the younger stamp collectors partment: Lett Bergarik. Linn a
pf tne city Is desired. A feature Smith. Chester M. Cox. Br
tt the meetlngwlll bo a talk on Slade and Carl D. GabrielsomThe
collecting: methods by Hal D. first work ot thla-ommltte will
patton. well known business man be to assist members ot the Salem
,nd stamp collector. The nomln- Music Teachers association In re
tting committee will report "on ceivlug at the Newcomers night at
ftfticers for the new club. The the chamber next Manda ft.
edult division will organize at Following reception to newcom
the Y. M. C. A. on Monday, at era, the Mu.ie Teachers assocla
7:3o p.m. when officers will be Uon wUl present a program of one
elected, uri buniu nouvci, yio-1 UUUf,
.Manf nf the Oregon Stamn sc-i
Uu v ar r Q
clety of Portland, will be present ewter ware in all the most de
,nd address the collectors and wrable pieces arrived at Miller's,
nill probably be accompanied by TnI genuine pewter In the larg-
oihers from tne roruana ciuo. i vwim goes on sale at 31.30
Tx ontAd. naed fnrnltnre. Tel 5110 1
. L fPrtinet HelpsWord
program a bjuticukp-a ir i irom juaiiaa indicates recover
ram for the benefit of the Sun-J for Burrell Parrlsh. axe nini
Jay school at Eldriedge. three montha, whose illnesa It una
Bi: from Hopmers oa "am- monia caused the Salem tire de-
poeg roa, o . P"ment to rush its respirator
Jut nijrht under direction ot the nu Mi o--i! r.
- - . . i i " wi. ouuuij monuoi.
Salem Business ana rroi Jack Eak, ,tate commander of
Women's club ipart of the series the Legion ; put in the call to the
grrauucu " aaiem station, and Frank L Da-
f commerce. The program will I ,,. V? .vT... u "i
I the Dallas blah nchoni
quartet, Estner wageaorn, ismny
Howard. Hulda Lledstrom and
Margaret Collins, with Blllie
Herbster as accompanist. Mrs.
Susan Varty will be In charge.
Here! Chess men arrlred at Mlil
tr's. Balcony gift shop.
Valley; Schools That Have
Chapters of National
New I Miller's Just received an
other big shipment of lmoorted
pottery to sell at 50c each. Newf
cases, new colors.
Prayer Sessions . To pray for
a spiritual awakeninz in this cl.
Small Boy HitPaul Thomp- ' ?ject meetings to be
.on. small boy living at 1155 Lea- at 2:45
."a vuutbu i. v-uonie-
former mias ion-
bet ween Lesue ana mission " wu nm do in
.treets. Mrs. Garrett reported to charge. The little church, in
city police. The lad's Injuries were keeping with the purpose, will be
l ight. Other accidents reported known as "the house of prayer."
yesterday wero: Faith Mattson. A short message will be given at
$40 Academy, and an unidentified every meeting on some vital sub-
w.ntorUt. at Court ana waver iy: nwv.
ion. small boy living ai n ,Z i: " "
He kreet, was struck yesterday by J J hrch
n automobile driven by Mrs. Ju- treet.
Ua Garrett. S45 South Winter, A. J. Smith, form(
InviUtlons war aunt Ant
terday from the local high school
to other schools In the Willamette
valley that have chiBin ia )
National Honor sodetv to
representatives to the lntAiiMn
of the Salem chapter March 1.
rronsion will be made to enter
tain one student and one faculty
wemoer rrom each ot the fire
Lebanon. Corvallls, Newberg,
Eugene, and the University blrh
school In Eugene hare had active
organizatlona tor some time.
There are II' chapters In the
xne national organisation la
sponsored by the National Associ
ation ot Secondary-School Princi
pals. The constitution was adopt
win uzi ana a national council
of 10 prominent educators toejc
The primary nurnose la to nra.
vide adequate recognition of the
oest students In high school
Scholarship alone, however, wai
never considered sufficient basis
for membership. It waa felt that
a student possessing high ability
snouia maae wider use or It than
to pile up high grades. Service to
the school, leadership, and char
acter are taken into considera
tion when selecting members.
So tar the Salem faculty has
chosen but IS students. They will
be entertained by the faculty at
a dinner in the school building.
wnicn win be followed by the
public installation In the audi
Pete McCaffery, 1590 Market, and
H. M. Baker, 1575 Notth-9th, at
12th and Chemexetay uonnie r.
Weeks of Chemawa and an un
Unfinished placques at factory
cost. Instructions in painting and
iinisning only 50c per hour.
ChariUee Needs File The
Associated Charities is in need
of a filing case or transfer caBe
Milk Work Heavy One hun- for keeping Us office letters and
Good dry wood. Reasonable. Lge.
load. Tel. 8847. Fred E. Wells.
data. Any concern which has
such a case which it is not us
ing, is requested to get in touch
with Mr. Patton at the Associated
Reports Accident 3. Philippi,
Sclo, yesterday reported an an
tomobile accident in which his
dred ten samples of milk were
tiamined through the iianon
county health department in Jan
aarr. reports Dr. Vernon A. Doug
las county health officer. The
milk inspector, J. E. Blinkhorn,
made 128 visits for inspection ot
dairies and distributing plants
iiitrn the month. Twenty-eight
milk handlers were examined -iff car and one driven by Larry N.
clinics at the Salem healtn center. Mmpson, Belmont street, were
badly smashed up. No one was
Deadline Neara Deadline for nurt Tne accident happened at
ayment of 193 aog license th, Llberty-Jefferson-Satem Junc-
without penalty aiiacnea is tion on the highway
tire days away, as au uceuc
An hofnra March 1. The remain
ing days of the month are expect-
ed to Bee a large dally visitation
at the county elerk'a office tor the
at ravin r over the $1
due on male dogs and Sz for fe
males. The licenses are a dollar
lower than last year. The penalty
for late payment is an even dollar.
Drawing, painting and "tory
j MRS. F.D.R. AT "TRIBUTE DINNER" I
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Revised Bill Rate's are one
To Seven per Cent. $8j0
Exemption, Single man
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, wife of the President-elect. Is pictured wits
Judge Samuel Seabury. celebrated city invest! srator. and Ruth Brras
Owen. Florida Congieeawoman. at the tribute dianer riven in honor d
the next "First Ladr by the Altrnsa Club of New York. More thaM
3,000 leaders ia sodal and political life attended the testimonial party.
Battlefront . .
Incidents and Personalities
More or Less Connected With
the Stats Legislators and Its
Bearing the blessing ot anion
labor and the grange as -well as
the house committee on taxation
and revenue, a revised personal
income tax bill was ready tor
first and second reading tn the
lower assembly yesterday.
Rates under the new bill would
range from one to seven per cent,
in contrast to one to five per cent
under the present law. Exemp
tions would bo placed at $800 for
a single person and 11509 for a
married person with 8309 exemp
tion for each dependent. Present
exemptions are. 11500 for a single
person, 88500 for a married per
son with $400 exemption tor each
The initial tax rate is on eaeh
each 91000 ot net Income and the
rate goes up one per cent for eaen
additional 81900 reported.
The new law would be effective
oa 1988 Incomes, the tax being
paid In 1934.
Members of the bouse pointed
out that the bill, it passed into
law, would not aid the state what
ever In It financial difficulties
the first halt of the 1933-1984
Grange and labor lobbyists
heretofore had objected to reduc
tion ot exemptions below 91390
for single persons and 93300 for
married persons. The two organ
isations are said to have given
war when it was felt a stiff In
come tax law would be imperative
It a salea tax were defeated or
2 Car Thefts
Emmett Duttoa. 81. waa held
la the county jail Wednesday aa
result of what Sheriff Burk
charges was a law-breaking spree
involving theft ot two automobiles
and aa attempt to burglarise the
fish hatchery at Mehama.
Duttoa la alleged to have stol
en the machine of Oscar Milllkea,
184 North Commercial street, here
Tuesday night. The car waa found
near Stayton, overturned and so
badly smashed it had to be
brought into Salem on a truck.
A cut on one toot, declared to
have bees suffered in that acci
dent, waa so severe it required
several stitches to dose it. It was
reported; but Duttoa, according
to the sheriff, appropriated an
other car and went on out to
Attempting to make a getaway
after his alleged attempt to rob
M is en
Omission ot a one-half mill levy
from the aUU tax la 1938 was
criticised by aa American legion
committee Tuesday la a formal
report to Governor Meier and the
legislative assembly. The report
set forth that the state's authority
for a bonus and loan privilege to
Oregon's soldiers included a pro
vision for a mandatory tax levy
annually to pay operating coats of
the commission. Failure to levy
the tax ia 1933 and 938 accounts
tor the weekend financial position
of the bonus commission, the re
The legion would bo remiss in
Its duty to the state It it did not
call this situation to your atten
tion. the report continued. "The
responsibility rests with you."
Signers of. the report included
Stanley Myers, Ed T. Bailey,
Floyd Cook. R, M. Walker, G.
Lane Good ell, Thomas B. Stough-
the hatcherr. Dutton was captur
ed through action ot a young I ton, Harold Sexton
man omyiujeu mere, wuose name
was not reported here. In Jump
ing on the running board of the
car Dutton was driving, and hold
ing Dutton until Constable Phil
ippi arrived and took him Into
Dutton, whose address Is If 30
Tew street, has been In Jail before
on a larceny charge, records re
cm IS PROPOSED
IN CITY WATER CASE
ED F. BAILBT looks different
without his glasses on but
observers at the legislative
session this week still think he
appears as a good democratic can
didate for governor in 1934. Bail
ey haa not glanced in the mirror
probVwinbV n7ces.Vfor S: ?' J ",?ld tot b
city to file it. reply brief wltJ SI lJSZ'IS9 2JSS? 52
state supremo court in iU suit to Jf.'J i 1 imV .1
obtain a declaratory Judgment on ma,D3r ,ri,end' lnt bU 1,50
validity of the $3,500,000 water p a- f ttat Ter c?8ldM"
bond issue Toted by the people, ab, water naa 0Ter th dm
according to City Attorney Chrii gainst the republicans and tor a
J. Kowits. He expects to submit d"ra-. lc Bailey Is nothing
the brief next week and at once else 0ne of tn mT,terl of
apply to have more time for oral the 19,0 rac tor Ba!leT '
arguments advanced on the court Oregon's leading democratic pa
docket. Per, The Journal In Portland,
District Attorney William H. went Bull-Frog and left the par
Trlndle, who is Preparing the por- tT'" candidate astride an unee
tlon ot the brief dealing with the corted donkey. Suffice It to say,
legal points he brought up as city 1,34 hrlng a new deal from
attorney, said yesterday he expect- The Journal which can be depend
ed to complete his share of the ed upon to support any candidate
work by the end of this week, at of democratic faith, victory seem-
wnicn time be and Kowits would ng quite possible.
confer in whipping the brief Into
higher education, is up after a
prolonged Illness and has taken a
number of drives about town and
country. His three-year contract
runs out at mid-year. Meanwhile
he draws pay at $7500 annually.
Lindsay bore much of the brunt
of criticism hurled at the board
of higher education the last three
years. He did not always agree
with Dr. W. J. Kerr when the lat
ter was O. S. C. president. Now
that Dr Kerr la chancellor, Mr.
Lindsay Is without much support
far C. 'It. Starr who hired him Is
the behind-the-scenes Warwick
who helped materially to put Dr.
Kerr into bis 913,000 post.
At the residence, 246 South
17th street, Wednesday, Feb
ruary 27, Joseph Thiel, aged 99
vears. Husband ot Mrs. Mara-ar-
luvnlra Ilka these are the newest litft Thlal of Saltm: brother of
pastime for kiddies. Big books Mrg Mtry Fehseheldt of Herman,
tor 15c to S5C Miners jumwr
gift shop. (Balcony).
Barber Window Broken An
ther barber shop window was
shattered some time Tuesday
this time at the W. Kruger shop,
winter and trade streets. Nothing
vas taken from the ahop. The
window breaking episodes, which
bare occurred several times at
Minn.; father ot Joseph Beck
and Mrs. William O. Rlsher ot
Salem. A member of Salem Elks'
lodge number 338. Funeral an
nouncements later by W. T. Rig
don and Son.
form for the printer.
The city's brief is due Saturday.
Shut Off When
Bills Not Paid
The state utilities commissioner
ten days ago received a complaint
from Orenco that the water plant
there was not functioning and aa
investigation was requested.
Herbert Hauser, secretary of
the utilities commission, said he
condncted an Investigation and
determined that the city either
Taylor who sat in the 1931
sioa slips down from MolaU
on occasion to look over the re
cruits. Taylor, an ex-newspaper
editor, has turned real estate
broker in recent yean with
some success. He aided and
abetted the state republican or
ganisation in 'S3 bat why bring
that up? If yon wish a good
Fourth of July speech or a
chamber of commerce addreae
on the value of the proposed
Cascade highway, Taylor will
do it and do it weiL
At a local hospital, February
21, Rosetta Burr, at the age ot
Here and there : Representa
tive Wis slow h been called
home by the serious illnees of
hie daughter. . . . the represen
tative from Multnomah is now,
proudly, -Grandfather" Wells
.... a salty fellow ia County
Judge Graham from Ontario. . .
Graham is a great reader and
ft aa Interesting conversational
ist. . . . Mrs. Goes who has been
in California the last six weeks.
f was a senate visitor Wednesday
and heard the senator from
Coos and Carry give an Intelli
gent and balanced speech
against reviving fish wheels tn
the Colombia river. . . . Con
- gressman-elect Mott sat ai Sen
ator Francisco-vich's side dor
. ing the intense fish wheel de
') bate, . . . Mott won hie spars ai
Astoria fighting the Senferts
off the upper river Don
Ryan of Clackamas county Is a
bright chap and snappy In man
ner. ... he made the house
clerks giggle wheat he presided
yesterday, horn-rim glasses and
big pipe. . . years ago Ryan was
a cracker-Jack debater for Sa
lem high school.
4-U LEADERS MEET
hop ia the 1300 block on State i 88 yeari survived by her hus-
street, are attributed to a war ou Danf Samuel Burr of Monmouth;
nt rate barbers. one sister, Mrs. Lottie Van Dorn
j, m i.mbi of Takima, Wash.; daughter, Mrs.
Sheep Underfed Many lambs Breckenrldge.
1. Marion county are dying from p
staggers this season, Paul Mar- Rob ftnd Theodore of
aoch, in charge of dogs Toledo. Alvin of Albany. Alvls of
work for the county court, re- nnuboro and Charles of Salem;
ports Many more shee p are being .chudren and seven great-
lost due to blind "aggers " grandchildren. Funeral announce-
present tlmo than dartoJnroaa a Clough-Barrick
spon the flocks by dogsHo says. nT 1
Big Old Time Dance, Macleay to-
. - . a - an
lg&t. root warmers, aoc. - i n.Bk
Rova Fxamlned Boys who en- At a local hospital. Mayme A.
VSSS T. MW
Donriss Tend Miss jsanita John- Funeral announcements later by
sn.Sheal"dnS5e. yosferday dc the Clough-Barrick company.
spite its being a holiday. A scnooi
clinic was neia at tne dwiw 1 Busch
ter in the afternoon. At residence. 1490 North
... -vol... Hia mioaaa I Busch of 8alem; daugnter, Mrs.
" u fibril Battalion of Salem: son,
;aMU on Karl W. Bnjch ofSalem jjd 1 on.
a charge ot driving while drunk. randdajghter LoonaBurch of
Clarka Car Stolen Joseph A. held Thursday. February 29. at
Clark. 1108 Lewis street, notified 2:45 p. m., from the chapel of
nolle last nlcht that his au- the W. T. Rlgdon and Son Mortu
tnmnhiia bad been stolen from I anr. and at 2 o. m. from the Christ
Frr street. It Is a llght touring Lutheran church, with Rev. Amos
94 mwfni bMrlnar Orecon license b. Minneman officiating. Inter-
114-922. - " I ment Lee Mission cemetery.
Corvallls Merchant Visit
A. K. Berman and Ernest riu-1 Esaa
lips, Corvallls merchants, were J At the residence, 1750 North
Salem visitors Wednesday calling church atreet, Abraham Esau,
Squibs: Rod Keating la the
good-looking gentleman, third to
the left of Rib Art Find. Kurt . on
had sold or leased its plant. Op- the bench In front ot the speaker
oration of the plant continued for newspaper correspondents
a short time after the transfer but have dubbed him "Ood's gift to
wnen toe water consumers tailed the legislative stenographers" for Webster should choose the up
to pay their monthly accounts the Keatlng'a tinge of gray hair la no per river fishing interests for his
piy uue was severea. degree detracts from his manly next cartoon oa "When a Feller
No further complaint has been beauty. . . . Larry Smyth of Tha Needs a Friend.- The Seufert
received from Orenco since that Oregon Journal is undoubtedly and other interested parties at
time, Hauser said. Hauser said he the Beau Brummel ot the press The Dallea had waged an lnten-
did not know the name of the per- section. . . . four girls looked oa slve fight to restore fish wheels,
son to whom the plant Was sold at the session from a spot near Long before the session opened
The Waconda Community elub
will enjoy an exceptionally fine
program Saturday night at the
Fairfield grange hall through the
courtesy of the Salem chamber
of commerce and Ones Olson. The
national champion Salem drum
corps and its famous drum ma
jor will appear there.
Mrs. V. O. Kelly, secretary of
the Waconda Community club,
will be chairman of the program
for the evening, which la addi
tion to the drum corps will in
clude the following numbers:
Haywire orchestra composed
ot H. R. "Rufe" White, Frank
Zlnn, Dr. A. D. Woodmansee and
Dr. 8. F. Scott: vocal duet, "Tne
Sad Sisters," Virginia Wilson and
Margaret Songhary; piano solo,
Billy Braxeau; Debs Anderson,
the hot foot boy; mysterious
skit; boxing round. "Pug Ran
dall vs. "One Round" Jones,
courtesy Salem T. M. C. A.
New State Law
Justice Rand ot the state su
preme court Wednesday assigned
Circuit Judges O. M. Corklns ot
Lake county and H. D. Norton of
Jackson county to assist la clear
ing up the docket in Multnomah
This was the first action taken
by Judge Rand under a bill pass
ed by the present legislature bav
ins to do with the assignment 01
circuit Judges to counties outside
of their district.
The measure was signed by
Governor Meier last Monday. It
carried the emergency clause and
became effective Immediately.
Mine Bureau Bill
the preas table this week and (hey were at work and all through
Smyth's face turned a livid sink the present sessioa they hare been
. ... the greatest trouble about doing an Intensive bit of lobbying.
Larry is the difficulty of remem- Their bill went through the house
boring whether the name is spell- with a large majority, the gover-
ed with "lM or "7" Robert nor was interviewed and found
Mount is a chunky, straight-hair hot hostile but yesterday fateful
ed, aggressive chap from Port I aiT the senate smacked their
After a favorable report from
the Joint ways and means eommlU land where ho manages the Better I hopes to earth.
tee, the house yesterday shunted
the mining bureau bill to the
committee on mines for further
consideration. The bill was intro
duced a fortnight ago by repre
sentatives interested in the revival
of the mining bureau which was
abolished a number of years ago.
Mining activity In the state has
revived markedly since the busi
Business Bureau. . . . catchinr eo
onomla rackataara la lila farnHl,
sport. . . . W. . Kirk, former XnaZrr JlnanWr
state industrial accident enmmi. "r'w"w 'wl'"u'J
sioner, looked oa at the sessioa
Tuesday. ... he la opposed to I
blanket contracts tor I. A. C. ser
vice to employes.
UNDERGOES OPERATION "
SCOTTS MILLS, Feb. 22.
MlssBlondina Wellman waa op
erated on at the Sllverton) hospi
tal Friday morning tor appendi
citis and Is reported getting along
nicely. The tour-months-old baby
of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Ponnell Is
at the legislature.
Feb. 24 Salem high vs.
Feb. 24 Enjpm G1
men, armory, auspices Sa
lem Rotary club.
February 24-25 Marlon
county Sunday auhool con
vention at First Presbyter-
Feb. 27 Newcomers'
night, chamber of commerce.
liar. 9 Concert at Sa
lem Philharmonic orches
tra. March 15-1S 3tte high
school basketball towraa
ment March 23-24 Oregon
Bufldlna: Confwaa Show.
Salem Armory. .
July : 24-20 Aanaal En
campment. Spanish War
Monday, February 20, at the age
ot 63 years. Leaves a widow.
Agnes, and the following cnua
ren: George Esau ot Dallas, Mrs.
Agnes Buhler of Dallas. Henry
and Susanne Esau ot Salem. Fu
neral services wiU be held sun
day, February 19, at J p.m., from
the Mennonite church in Dallas,
under the direction ot w. t. nig
don. and Son.
ABOUT YOTJB BYES
vary am style
1 eWthos aeni
Bar to Meet The February
meeting of the Marion County Bar
association will be held Saturday
noon at the Marion hotel, accord
ing to Francis Fuller, secretary.
It is expected a downward revision
ot attorneys' fees will be dis
Relief Given 70 Notwithstand
ing the holiday, the Red Cross-
Community Service relief office
was kept open yesterday and over
70 persons given interviews rela
tive to obtaining food and cloth
ing. The office was not closed un
Members ot both ho nose aad
the assembly leaders hare giv
en up hope of adjournment un
til the latter part of next week
Monday they still thought they
could hike homo this weekend.
When the small loan bffia took
most of a day and only two ma
jor hills went through the
house Tuesday, the bulk of the
legislators settled back for a
continued siege of oratory. A
doaea important bills are still
in committee while that many
more nave passed only
Dr.. W. H. Haskell, a represen
tative of the United States public
aeaith service who conducts la
veetlgational work ia this terri
tory oa milk supply, was speak
er at the Rotary elub yesterday.
Ho showed charts displaying re
sults ot studies of respective food
values ot raw and pasteurised
milk which showed there was no
difference between the two. He
also defended pasteurisation
against charges that it destroyed
A meeting of Marion county
local leaders for 4-H club projects
baa been called for the chamber
of commerce auditorium here
Saturday, March 4, Wayne Har
ding, county club agent, has an
The sessioa will start at 2
o'clock, the business session to be
followed by discussion of club
work, a program and talk by the
state elub leader, H. C. Seymour.
A sewing demonstration will be
given by the South Salem sewing
club members, Doris Harrington
and Florence Upjohn, with Mrs.
C. T. Harrington, leader. The
Wood bum sewing club, Mrs. Stan
ley Adams, leader, and the South
Salem club girls will furnish
Self- insurance for the city gov
ernment was proposed by Alder
man S. A. Hughes Monday night
when Alderman O. A. Olson asked
for liability Insurance tor the po
lice and fire department and Al
derman Paoi Hendricks protested
purchasing the policies from aa
agent outside the Salem Insur
ance Agents' union. Hughes asked
why the city could not maintain
its own insurance fund as does
the state government.
The council passed Hughes' mo
tion Instructing the ways and
means committee to formulate
plans for the city to provide its
The discussion arising from
whether or not the liability in
surance should go to the agents'
union, organised specifically to
supply insurance to governmental
units, resulted in appointment ot
an Investigating committee by
Msyor Douglas McKay: Alderman
Carl M. Arm priest, chairman; Dr.
Olson and Mr. Hendricks.
From 200 to 300 polo ponies
are shipped from McCulloch coun
ty. Texas, every year.
I $5.00 THRIFT
plat, light weight te v-v .a
A regular $50.0021(1)
Special Prices on
Plata and Bridarework
THS PEOPLE'S DENTIST
M Tears in Practice
During February this cou
pon Is worth 5.00 at my of
fice to apply on any two
plates or $2. SO on any single
Teeth, Natural as
Perfect fitting . .
lifelike . . . wtn
allow you to eat
wish with com
fort . . . adding
(really to your
Could be Insured
Authority to take Insurance on
state buildings where the state
board of control deems Insurance
necessary, is granted to state offi
cials under H. B. 477, whicn pass
ed the lower assembly yesterday.
The bill, sponsored by Represen
tative Abrams. also provides tnat
a total ot $1(0.000 be placed an
nually in the state restoration
fund and that the fund bo built
up to $300,000. Eaeh department
ot state government is to pay its
share ot the $50,000 on the basis
ot Us valuation ratio compared to
the total valuation ot state prop
erty. PING-PONG TOURNEY HELD
HUBBARD. Feb. 11 The plng
nonr tournament held at the high
school is finished, with high
scorea for girls being won by Clad,
a Tnralla Jessie In calls and Bet
tv Bron. and for boys by John
Patton, Claude Oant and Marvin
to Forget Your
A splendid plate
with life Ska
teeth aad e3
plnk bam ma
terial. 'A (DM!
Dr. E. E. Lindsay, executive
secretary of the state board of
Without OpcriUoa at Lass at TUm
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Branch ot Castle Pioneer
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181 North High
GOOD WILL PROGRAM
JOHN STARK EVANS, Director
FEBRUARY 24, 1933 8:15 P. M.
Chorus of 75 men will present varied program. Spe
c!al vocal and instrumental solos.
AUSPICES OF SALEM ROTARY CLUB
BENEFIT OF BOY SCOUT WORK IN SALEM
Tickets 40c Students 25c
Plate Repair .S1.50
8Uvr Filling SOcl
Extraction .... SOc
Clean Teeth .91.00
Rellne Plate .KJUO
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43 Years Ago
Chicago Gets World's Fair
From the Nation's News Files, Chicago, Feb. 24, 1890
Joy is aneoafined in this city tonight as the result ot Its being
chosen by the National House ot Representatives as the site
tor the World's Columbian Exposition.
No printed words could add to the testimony of these
who si in ess their sincere appreciation of the complete
On sale at Conunerdal Book Store, KttTerHu
Goorgw C WCTa and! The Spa '
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