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Bntessd ss asoottfl6tsiMi matter Pebrusry 11
1981, st the puit office ut Boardman Oregon,
lUMln- the Art of Msrrb X tM71'.
The Oregon State Survey of Mental
Defect, Di'liiiqueno.v end Dependency
conduced bv thai Exteol'n Division
of the University ol Oregon at the. re
quest of tbe Cjealslstiure, under the tli
reotlon of the Dotted stt,eS Public
Health Service, has been successful I)
OOropleteil I'.V the voluntary Hssis'anc"
of hundreds of Injrsl Orsironluns witie
on t. the expenditure f sny special
stats appropriations sod the report has
been transmitted to the metnbTa of
tbe Thirty-First Lsfrlslsture. Oregon
has thus blftfted fi new trail for cnope.
raHve oommuaity betterment in the
Heidi "f mental, physical and social
The survey has reviewed over 86,-
ooit loclslly losdsquate individuals in
Oregon, 29,666 wer e oomplets or par-
tial dependents; .'(0,141 were l"lin
ipc'iils. KxeluiiiiiL' t wo-thirds of each
type as minor cases, there remain a
bout 20,000 of whom approximately 10
per Bent are menial defectives. Total
known insane and mental defectives 7,
(iHtt. a ratio of !l H per thousand of the
general population. Rejections in the
bimiv draft In Oretf OD for such causes
were 11,28 per thousand, so the survey
It clearly conservative. Special stud
lea with adult criminals showed ;"! per
cent mentally dlll or defective, while
12 per Of nt Of these adult criminals
have the m nd of achi'd of 12 yers or
less and ftre dial inctly mentally defec
tive. The same element of mental de
feet holds true for juvenile delinquents
)f 461 dependent Inrnetea of poor
farms 176 showed mental defeat,
In addition, the survey shows a ref.
rendun of the tsaohers in the public
chools covei inn ;iJ, IHil pupils in the
tate, i )f these 9,742 Children were
too old for the school grade they wet'
in, "nr lo I heir failure to advance in
school work in accordance with nor
mal expectation. The causes of this
retardation In over age gnfit children
an p ental, economic, environmental,
temperfttfcenUali physical and mental
Anion environmental c mses the
teachers found the use of a foreign
I muaife in the home of the
child wit- the sole cause of the child's
school difficulties ill 34 percent of all
cases of retaliation reviewed The
aurvev found SBOng tins- !I,74'J retard
ed school children in Oiegon iVJO who
hv reason of various physical handi
Caps appealed to he entitled lo rein I
under the crippled children's law. In
adequate school prOgreaS reveals po
tential social Insdequacj in the next
Ifenerat Ion of adult ciliens The wel
fare of the child of today Is the welfare
of th" race of tomorrow. I'oless the
haodtcaoo d child is given such care,
treatment and training as the case de
mauds, potential loedeqUMJ heroines
In future years actual Insdsqusey ami
the case then apH iirs in on our puhhe
records as a non-const rucl ive, inclli
The report of this survey, soon lo he
published by the Dnlvsrslty of Oregon,
demonstrates the fundamental causes
of failure, enhsppiness, dellnqueoey
end dspendency in our cltisee life as
well as tic reason for much of I he rural
village, municipal, county and siaie
tax expenditure It answers the re.
quest of the Legislature for Info-ma-tioil
upon arblch may lie huill such
plans for future IssprpvrmtQi in sociel
leffieleMoo as the citizens of Oi-cgon, or
their represeui ai i e- in the IegislH
lure, may deem just and wise for pro-
lecMnif tbe interest hoih of the beodl
capped individuals anil of the state.
Those who are especially Interested
lo the Subject should i it to I'resioen!
1' L. t'amplirll of ttie rnlverslty of
Oregon for a oopy of the linal repoft,
Look. We liavf Ion"; hefn cele
hratintf thp hirthdav s of our real
estatp men and warriors, but lit
Up attention has been given to
educating the publie in the lives
of the groftfi ediic ators.
NOTICE Kill PUBLICATION
Depftrtmenl of tin; Interior
LAND OPITCCE .it The Dalle
gon, Mh ich 21. 1921.
NOTK E isiicreij given that Joseph
T. Hen'cy of Boa rdiinin. Oregon,
who. on August 21, made Iloine-
Mtead Knl ry No. 019001, for XK! svv;
being ('nil "A" tJmatills Projeot,
Section 1 1, Township (-North. Kanne
26-East, Willamette Meridian, has
filed notice of Intention to make
three year Proof, lo establish claim lo
the land above described before (.'. (I.
Ulavden. United .slates Cobj inissioii-
er ai BpaHSmat), ore., on the 9tti day
of M:iy, I 111' I.
Claimant names as witnesses, Krn-
est lifown. Prank Cramer, am u,
Boardman and .1. C, Ballenger all of
II. Fiiank Woodcock,
DR. F. V. PRIME
w a. 111. to ' pi rn.
S. E. NOTSON
Office In Court House
Heppner - . Oregon
JAMES D. ZURCHER
ATTORN RV-AT-LA VV
Will he ai the Highway
neaday of each week.
Roberts Hldg. Phone 643
BUY OREGON - MADE - PRODUCIS
A New Cereal Beverage Made in Oregon
WM. ROESCH BOTTLING WORKS
Everything But The Kick
TELEPHON 10 OIUECTOfiY.
We print bolow the telephone I
directory of Boardman and vi
cinity with the number of the I
phone and tne dilTerent rings for
each subscriber. This list will
in- changed each week or as fre
quently as any change or ad
ditions tu t.' made.
l loardman Osrssre,
Boardman Trsdlno Co.,
I IrowDj Olsn, -
Bslleofrsr, .1. C ,
Columbls Tradlnx Co.
Dillon. I !bas
Gllbertb, w. B,
1 1 tniro, Okas.
H itch, w m.
Kinf, W. (
Larson, A n but
M ffotd, Win.
Msoa, o. i.
The Jul) of 8:5, ooo fertile
under II. S. Reclamation Service
way to 1 lie Greai
000 acres to In
Newest Soda on
'lire Fruit Juice
For sale in Boardman at C. E. Snivelv's and the
Columbia Trading Co.
your governments unequalled
a won lertul
1 n't )-
"DO IT,'" is situated 170 miles east of Fort
land, ore., on Hie Columbia River, t he Col
umbia Highway and the main line of tht
Union Pacific Transcoaitinental Railway,
Have you surveyed otir community? If
lowers, fertile fields
aream ol sunshine
.t comfortable home. "I)( ) IT
1 W. 11. HATCH
Real Estate Insurance
Legal Conveyances Made
I BOARDMAN OREGON
I 'artlow ,
I 'an I
SPRING - 1921
A New Store
Freiih New Goods
iew Low Prices
E. P. DODD, Pres.
m m a 111 ) pr vou will coim
T ? urday, April 2nd,
PROFESSION I. C Alt DM
Prancia I'. Adams
Pliyetslew end vstegreesi
SStkJUaie, MaSWHM 1 'ttr i ataaM
UlkM DottWMI, S-6.
Oft I la MMhteraa or iu.1,1.
I III I
VOU tti 1
ave In 'en oltcivi
boour opening on Sat
only to "look." We
now our store. AH O'f our stuck is
higher quality and lower prices than
A Complete Line of Women's and Cnddren's
Wear, Dry Qoods and kindred lines of merit and
roal quality at lowest Cash Prices.
THE CRESCENT DRY GOOD CO.
of Main ami
Alt a St reets.
lii school mutter the week
will be in commemornt ion ot
Jt)liunn AlDOal v'oiiiiiii'tiiiis, pyott
iiiciH cdtH'slot of (he lTtli ecu
tury. Mmnlay was the ;ii)th
anniversary of Ins birth umi h a
life was out lined for the pupils
at the Kctit'ttil MMnblj and a
further review will follow up in
each room in connection with
the history, KKiaphy ami
laniian work, t'oiiuuenius is
especially noted for having in.
Uoduccd. the illustrated text
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Phone ResHlenee il Offloe .vi
OSeeovei tlank Bolldliur, Bermtaton
ChIi answered at all hours.
The Continental Insurance Co.
of New York
Arthur I.. I nrsen
BOARD hi AS. CRtJON
U. N. Stankiki.o, President Kn
lUi.i'ii ,. HpLTB, t ;iliier M
tNK Sloan. 1st Vies President
R. Linn, nd VaW-Preeideni
Bank of Stanfiek
CAPITAL s r rK 125.000
Four per cent Interest paid on Time Certltk-ates of Deiaisit
City Lots for Sale at
Boardman is a New
Town But Not a
IdeaiSy located on railroad and
Columbia river, far enough away
from any large town to naturally
become the trading center of a
wonderful growing country.