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Western High Addition to Be
Erected in Rear of
The new addition to the Western
High School will be located in the
rear of the institution, the Board
of Education decided late yesterday
afternoon at a special meeting.
Action of the board brings to an
end a controversy of
-Citizens living near
parents of students have be«" «sh
ing for the past several months to
have the addition located in the
rear. District government °* f £ials
favored putting the addition in front
° f T he e iiewly l elected administration
of the BS?d of Education has no
new ideas, policies, or P}*”* *“ e
school system, Daniel J . Ca n.aban,
president, declared today. Ernest
Greenwood, a new member of the
board, is vice president. Jhe new
officers were chosen yesterday at
the annual reorganization meeting
of the board. A .
James T. Lloyd, mentioned for the
▼ice presidency, was elected to _ that
post yesterday and served «bouttwo
minutes. When his name was placed
in nomination Mr. Lloyd announce
his withdrawal. The withdrawal
was not recognized and a unam
mous ballot in his favor was east.
In refusing the nomination and
election Mr. Lloyd gave no reasons.
Mrs. Howard L. Hodgkins then
was nominated, but she also de
clined, and nominated Mr. Green
wood, who was elected.
Vice President Greenwood, who
has been interested in the location
of the addition, expressed pleasure
yesterday oyer the board’s action.
Changes in the school personnel
approved yesterday follow:
Resignations—A. L. Welsh, teach
er, class 3, Petworjh School; S. D.
Collins, teacher, class 2, Brightwood
School; Minnie A. Newman, teacher,
class 4, 25 Fifth street northeast
school. _
Terminations —Morris Wolf, dental
operator, public schools.
Retirement —A. J. Bell, teacher,
class 5, Webb School.
Leave of Absence —A. DeL. Spaul
ding, teacher, class 6A, McKinley
High School.
Appointments—B. L. F. Afcher. |
nurse, probationary, public schools;.
H. C. Kieman, teacher, probationary, |
class 5, Americanization School; H. E.
Bonell, teacher, probationary, rtass
3," music; C. Y. Zearfoss, teacher,
temporary, class 6A, McKinley High
School; H. C. Anderson, teacher, pro
bationary, class 6A, McKinley High
School; G. R. Johnson, teacher, pro
bationary, class 6A, Central High
School; J. E. Magee, trade instructor,
class 5, temporary, Columbia Junior
High School; S. M. Bertrand, dental
prophylactic operator, permanent,
public schools.
Washington Osteopath Would
Prevent Crime by Physical
Can the doctors put the police
•ut of business?
In the opinion of Dr. Chester D.
Swope, of Washington, it is pos
sible that proper osteopathic treat
ment, while it may not actually
make the old-fashioned cop extinct,
may at least go a long way toward
putting a check to his chief source
Os business.
Dr. Swope, who is chairman of
the Bureau of Clinics of the Ameri
can Osteopathic Association, now
in session in New York, told the
association that he felt that the
development of bodily conditions
that produce criminals can be pre
vented by pfoper treatment.
"From an osteopathic viewpoint,”
he declared, "much could be done
to prevent the development of con
ditions that lead to a state of func
tioning through the maturing
Dr. Swope expressed the belief
that the motion picture is the lead
ing channel for the promotion of
better health. He urged that the
osteopathic profession, because of
its particular training, is best fit
ted for the production of educa
tional health films.
He defined a clinic as “the
amalgam whicl eemnts- the pro
fession with the public, resulting in
a firm and enduring confidence.
Treating the man without a fee is
not alone the meaning of work
done by a clinic. A clinic, ordin
arily defined, is a meeting place
for physicians and patients for the
Ultimate benefit of either or both.”
A physican to be truly helpful
in a community, Dr. Swope stated,
must be a part of that community
, and must take an active part in
. its civic and philanthropic life.
The Federal Trade Commission
decided today that Tampa cigars
can be made in Tarnpa, Fla., and
nowhere else.
A camplaint was issued against
Kraus and Co., Inc., of Baltimore,
ordering the concern to discontinue
the practice of labeling its cigabs
NEW YORK, July 3.—Toothache
caused the suicide of John Ebor
vchultz, of Newark, Eberschultz,
according to police, had tied a
strong piece of twine to the head
x of the ■ bed and the other en<‘
around his neck. He apparently
then jumped off the bed.
“Goodbye, friends,” he said in a
note. "I desire that everybody be
happy, My teeth haVe driven me
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TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1923.

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