Marr v. Putnam Marr v. Putnam

Marr v. Putnam

1952.OR.40072; 196 OR. 1; 246 P.2D 509

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Publisher Description

In November, 1946, the plaintiffs, John E. Marr and Robert B. Marr, brothers (who will hereinafter be referred to by their given names), were students at Willamette University in Salem, Marion County, Oregon. They were veterans of World War II, and as such receiving financial aid from the government for educational purposes under the legislation popularly known as the G. I. Bill of Rights. To supplement their incomes so that they would be able to continue in school they undertook to engage in their spare time in the business of repairing radios. John had had some experience in that kind of work and owned some equipment. The brothers purchased additional equipment and a small stock of parts, and fitted up a room in the attic of Johns house as a repair shop. In the latter part of November, 1946, they inserted in the two Salem daily newspapers, the Capital Journal and the Statesman, an advertisement reading as follows:

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1952
25 June
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
87
Pages
PUBLISHER
LawApp Publishers
SIZE
89.5
KB

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