The OREGON STATESS1AN Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, April 2 S, 1932 -An 3 .. oca IN ews Brief , Accidents NnmeroM" ;M lior automobile accidents Wore nnmer ou ' ' orer the weekend. . Mrs. George C. Weller, 945 Shipping street, suffered a bruised ' arm when . tbe automobile . driven by her husband collided with another driven by; . Lars Bergsvik, 1920 North Summer street, Summer and Shipping streets Sunday even ins;.; An unidentified ' pedestrian was. taken to a hospital Sunday after being hit by a motorcycle ridden by. Robert Heckma, . 09 North Front street..- .- Other acci dents f.were a- follows: W. H. Lynn, route three, and Mrs. N.jlB. Clement; 1C1S Nebraska on State; Charles Goode, 666 Thompson, and IV. S. VBorelle. 1J C South 23rd. on Chameketa; R. B. That cher, 1020 North Summer,, and C. Blundell. Oregon I Packing com pany, at 110 NprtCapltol; Hel en Schetbner 1 8 South Com mereial, and an unidentified mo torist, on Sammer; Ralph Parsons. 105?i Saginaw, and an unidenti tied motorist, at State "and Lib erty: . Constance Kantner. 833 North Commercial, and Mrs. S. B. Ashelman, at Court and Front . Complete line of thrifty, hardy bedding plants. Salem's Petland. Mae Clinks Listed Nine clin ics are listed on the Marion coun ty health department calendar for Ihe remainder of this week: Tuea day all-day mllkhandlers' at health center bv Dr. Vernon A Douglas. 10 a. m. toxoid at Sll- Terton by Dr. C. C. Dauer and aft ernoon preschool at Sihrerton, Dr Dauer; Wednesday m o r n i n g school at health center. Dr. Doug las, and all-day clinic at Park school. Dr. Dauer r Thursday morning preschool at health cen ter by Dr. J. R. Backstrand. 9:30 a. m. toxoid at Mt. Angel, ail-day school, preschool and toxoid at Mehama. Dr. Douglas; Saturday 8:30 to 10 a. m. toxoid and vaccination clinle at health cen ter. Dr. Douglas. There will be no Friday preschool clinic this week Wrestling, double main event Henry Jones ts. Pat Finnegan Art O'Reilly ts. Prof. Newton No time limit. Vern Harrington referee, 8:30 tonight. Kosturos Answers Answering complaint of Fred A. Hunt and Estil Hunt, Peter Kosturos seta. . forth that by oral agreement Fred A. Hunt sub-leased the Cen tral hotel, 187 North High, and that upon dissatisfaction of either party Hunt was to step out. De fendant says he was to receive half Interest In net receipts from rentals and that further, that he owes plaintiff nothing on account. Defendant says he alleged he call ed an end to the sub-lease when Hnnt, while under Influence of li quor, used violent language in front of patrons. Amend Answer F. D. Kaser and Frank Eberhart, defendants in circuit court suit brought by Henry Zollner, . yesterday filed amended answer la which they al .lege plaintiff failed to comply with terms of contract inasmuch as plaintiff failed to furnish cer tain equipment for use In operat ing place owned by Zollner. De fendants took the place over that ' F. M. Morley made assignment of his Interest in the lease. For lumber, shingles and building material, see Pedee Lumber Co.. 1231 Edgewater street. W. Salem Phone 3311. W. T. Grier, Mgr. ' McDougal Answers Answering complaint of A. S. Kirishian for money-due on rugs. Walter L. Mc Dougal says his daughter Marjor le purchased rugs worth $1204. 50 and that 81054 was paid on account, and the balance, 8150.50 Transient Runs Wild - A- tran sient, giving his address, as Port land, Stanley Hermanovich, was arrested ly local police for drunk and disorderly conduct. Municipal Judge Mark Poulseo . yesterday sentenced: him to serve five days In jalL Hermanovich Is reported first to have demanded, liquor at the Ben Sin restaurant on State street, .and;, being told 'none, was for sale, to have bitten the pro prietor then -attacked another Chinese while the former sought the police. Hermanovich was ar rested at the Depot cafe,. 411 South 12th street ,after the - pro prietor used a catsup bottle to subdue him. Wrestling,, double main event. Henry Jones vs. Pat i Finnegan, Art O'Reilly vs. Prof. Newton. No time limit. Vern Harrington . -referee, 8:30 tonight. ' Delaaeys Home - California's warm weather and sunshine were never so pleasant to - J..T. rDe- laney, manager of - the Oregon- Washington -Water ; Service com pany, as during Jk combined business- and pleasure trip there from which he has-just returned, he Intimated yesterday. I Delaney says it took the two- weeks spent down there to entirely "knock out" the flu, which he suffered for several weeks. He was ac companied on the trip by Mrs. Delaney, the time being spent largely around Los Angeles, where a festive air prevades pre liminary to the forthcoming Olympics. Si ifflsirioiiis Would Prevent any Further Loaning at This Time, Says Jerry Owen The executive committee St the Oregon department, American Le gion, at a meeting in Portland Sunday, voted unanimously against requesting a moratorium tor an indefinite period on princi pal and tnterest on .world war vet erans' state aid loans. This was announced v Monday by Jerrold Owen, secretary of the state bonus commission and prominent -. In American Legion affairs. Resolutions were received from five American Legion posts In Oregon demanding the morator ium. Owen said there was approxi mately $30,000,000 represented in veterans loans in Oregon at this time. ..- Several reasons were given for rejection of the move for a mora torium.' These Included the appar ent unconstitutionality of the pro posal; that were it practical It would - deprive all veterans who J have not yet taken advantage of such loans from obtaining funds; prevent payment of cash bonuses, benefit less than 15 per cent of the borrowers, and make it im possible for the state to retire the $2,000,000 bond issue which be comes due this year. Owen said the proposed mora torium would defeat the .purpose for which some of the posts had Coming Events - April SO ' ' Salens 8ym phouy Orchestra concert at armory. : v : . ". May MjuAc week, v May -Oregon confer ence oa Child Health and Protection. . rj.- May 6- Toung People's and Women's Missionary State society. Free Metbe dht 'church. -,-r' : -, May 7 Optometrist coo vratlon. " ' - " " May -7 Annual May Day festivities, Willamette university.' May 25-20-37 Oregoa Farmers fJaloa convention. Spa chocolates for Mother's Day. Williams Winner Joe Wil liams is proudly displying a large beautiful silver cup, a trophy giv en him as winner in the district contest of Willard battery distrib utors. The district includes seven western states, Alaska and Hawaii. Williams' distributing territory Is Marlon, Polk, Benton and Yam hill countes. His sales volume ex ceeded those even of the Los An geles and San Francisco territor ies. Williams attended the meet ing of Willard salesmen in Port land Friday, where the presenta tion was made. Assembly This Week The bi weekly Salem high school assem bly will be held after the luncheon period on Thursday with the sen iors and juniors attending. Other student meetings this week wil be: Tuesday physics and biology sections of Science club, Girls' Letter club, boys' double quar tet and Girls' league cabinet; Wednesday Techne, French and German clubs, and Girls' double octette;, Friday Glee club and Snikpoh society. Dance Mellowmoon Wed. nite. Jlmmie Whippo Campus Chords playing. Paul Iewis Returns Paul Lewis, West Point appointee and son of Mrs. C. I. Lewis of Salem, has returned her front the Ha waiian islands -where he spent 15 months visiting with bis brother. Lieutenant Hubert Lewis. Paul will remain here until he receives orders to report at the military academy. He will leave in time to visit New York relatives be fore the opening of school, July 1. suggested the move. He declared that 85 per cent of the borrowers of the $30,000,000 lu loans were paid up to dateand that if suen action were taken It would cut oft further loans. . The cemmlsstoa has paid $20,- 000 in cash to ex-soldiers during the past three months. Owen said. Owen continued that the bonus commission had been very lenient in its dealings with . ex-service men, and that the borrowers had, been given- every opportunity, to save their property. Sheriffs Kales Executions filed with the county clerk yes terday show Chrysler coach be longing to defendant Clara K. Berthelson was sold to Dough erty and Bairey for $100 In con- Orchids Abound A party of local people who made a trip Sun day to visit, relatives of some of the group' near Wllholt springs, report terrible roads but tbe larg eat and most beautiful array of wild orchids ever seen growing in the woods. Both cars bearing the local people became stuck, in such bad shape was the road on account of rains. On the trip were Sylvia Mattson, Henry Mattson, Lydia Rehfuss, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Fromm, Charles Mattson and Frances Mattson. Mildred Cuddy, formerly of the Marinello Shop, now at Mildred's Beauty Shop, 335 N. High. Tel 5859. Feldman Trial Today John Feldman, charged with obtaining money under false pretenses, will appear in justice court this aft ernoon at 2 o'clock for trial. Feld man is accused by O. Umenoto Japanese gardner of the Labish section, of tendering him a bogus check In payment for 63 sacks of onions. When appraised that the check was not good, Feldman made no effort to the right the matter, according to Umenoto's story. Sheep Detract ."Driver of tbe other car was a long ways behind when I stopped to inquire direc tions. but was looking at sheep along the road and so ran into-my car", writes Dan Perrine of 2366 Sandy boulevard. Portland, in re porting a traffic accident April 21, near Fargo, in this . county Driver of the other ear was Mrs A. J. Schols of Aurora, the report says. Save money. Bu good quality merchandise at Miller's for less! Guardian Reports Report of Truma Huston, guardian of Truth Anderson. Rose Yarnes and Frances May Huston, heirs of C. A. Huston, has filed annual BUH6 PERMITS SHOW GOOD GAINS HEAD IS SPEAKER er Doine eii Occurrences and Gossip. ,; at the center of - Oreiraas : 1 - state government SiiQW rilillll IS3 Discounting major construction. the buildings situation Jn Salem last week showed signs of liven ing activity. While the building permit total fell short of the pre vious week's, through lack of a project such as the new Jarman building, permits for repairs and alterations were more than dou ble the week before and other new construction was unchanged. The week's total was $3958. Permits were Issued- for two large dwelling alteration Jobs, to N. D. Litwiller, 1407 North Win ter. $1500 and to C. P. Bishop, 785 Court. $1200. The one permit for new con struction was taken out by Mrs. J. B. Craig, for a garage to be erected at 533 South Commer cial, costing $300. Other alterations and repair permits, most of them for dwell ings, were as follows: S. R. Wile, 530 North 22nd, $200; A. T. Yeaton, 531 North Cottage. $20; Lottie C. Smith, 1153 Oak. $50; Mrs. P. J. Lark ins, dwelling at 565 South Com mercial, $75; W. E. DeLong, 1996 South Commercial, $100; E. Newton. 520 North 19th, $20; C. S. Huddleston, 1853 Court, $25; A. G. Eld. 1065 Erixon, $48; J. M. Smith. 2361 Hazel. $30; W. H. Boleh, 1092 North Fifth, $30; Bertha C. McMahan. 911 North Front, $140; L. L. Trexil, 652 North 14th. $230. Character ballding and leader ship qualities, which the Future Farmers of America inculcates-la the farm boy. "yet a bit shy aad backward because ot lack of con fidence, la one of the organisa tion's greatest assets. Kenneth Pettibone, 19, Corvallls youth and president ot the National Future Farmers, told members of - the chamber of commerce here yester day. "";; V- Younx Pettibone. outstanding Future Farmer In Oregon, stopped here enroute to Corral lis . from A'tshlngton, D. C, where he met wtth his executive board to make plans for the national -meeting la Kansas City la November. Be tween 1500 and 2000 boys are ex pected to attend that meeting from the membership, of over 65,- 000 in the country. Oregon Future Farmers bow number 1100 members, represent ed la 34 chapters. Pettibone explained that the or ganisation functions solely in those high schools, where Smith Hughes vocational education work Is organised, and where the Smith Hughes instructors may be the ad visor to the club. Its purpose is several-fold: To promote voca tional agriculture, to promote In telligent selection of agricultural pursuits, thrift and scholarship. recreation and to sponsor cooper ative buying and selling. Cooperative buying and selling are already being worked with success, Pettibone said. He told of requirements for the tour degrees In the work, the final one ot which stipulates that a boy must be able to Invest $500 from money earned In the Future Farmer work. The national group, extended now to 46 states and Hawaii and Porto Rico, was first set up In 1923, patterned somewhat after a Virginian organixation. I T eaa never be said about Ore gon's state police head officials that all they do is sit at of fice desks. George Alexander, as sistant . superintendent, was at Banks yesterday to keep an eye on the Filipino-White conflict, while last night Superintendent Charles Pray accompanied Lieu tenant Walter Lansing in chas ing down a hit and mn driver, and caught him at Jefferson. Politics la certainly is the air around tbe capitoI, and Governor Meier had a lot of. fun yesterday at the expense of both Rafms Holmaa aad Hal Hoes. Ia fact every actios tak en the governor -facetfcmsly pointed out tbe political angle of it. The meetings were bar monioua at least, so that's something for a campaign sea son. Hofman once asked 'the govi ernor- hew -it felt to be so "cocky." The executive replied he was not running, for office, and the only thing the voters eould do would be to recall him. and "then I'd have Che petitions stolen," he countered. - - At any rate the governor was enjoying himself at the board sessions during the day. has been In 111 repute, and the remark would be the reverse from a ' compliment. ' ; However Jim is not that kind of a sleuth. so don't be alarmed. x' ' Chairman Leslie Scott of tbe state highway commission and Engineer R, H, Baldock ap peared before the state land board yesterday relative ; to contlane waiver of royalty'-oa sand and gravel taken from banks , of navigable streams. The matter was taken - under advisement while the governor encouragingly remarked that he . waa glad . that at least "something can be taken oat or tbe banks now. "The new state tubereujar hos pital is completed and the $60,- 00 structure has been accepted by the board r of control, it was announced at the board session yesterday. The - building was erected by La H. Hoffman, Port land contractor.. Mr. Meier returned to Port land last night after- spending a busy day at bis office. He expects to remain in Portland again this week becaase of the serious illness of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Mayer. He report ed her condition yesterday as being "only fair. Mrs. Meier remained with her mother. . The legislative act of 10S1 which provided .for relatives er counties to pay "toward the v maintenance of patients at the state hospital and feeble mind ed Institutions wfU be given a test as to Its legality in Mult nomah county May 5, It was aanounced here Monday. The state Instructed VanWInkle to represent it at the proceedings. Someone in Klamath Falls In tended to compliment James Stewart by referring to bim as a Scotch sleuth in .land business. But around the capitol the word "sleuth" the past several months Ml nection with action brought by r 't ,'n proDate court, showing expenditures for the year ot $1, 026.49 and a balance on hand of $801.56. Estate Closed - Decree closing estate of Arthur E. McClain has been granted the executor, J. Deo McClain, In probate court here. J. F. Daugherty: the plaintiff was high bidder with $1295 in foreclosure in case ot Pauline Kohrberger vs. J. D,.. Hartwell and Milne a. Kenyon. Scott Protests FSoyalty on Sand For State Roads A proposal to enforce payment of a royalty of 10 cents per cubic yard on all sand and gravel taken from navigable streams in Oregon, was opposed by Leslie M. Scott, chairman ot the state highway commission, at a meeting of the state land board Monday. Heretofore the board has waived the royalty on sand and gravel taken from navigable streams fot use on state highways. Scott said the proposal was unfair. Benefit Karre&a At least 125 proffered, but that plaintiff re-I people attended the benefit bridge fused to take tne i60.&u. mc- and 5oor party given by the Dougal renews his offer in the Auxiliary to the Veterans of For- answer. , eigu Wars at the Women's club- all this week . . . c. tk house Monday night. .The pro- 471 Court St I.MKiKitHm "TV" eeeds from the affair will ra Into Our complete stock priced Vt off Fleener Electrie, RULING LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE, La.. April 25 (AP) The state of Louisiana Is being run by a woman for the first time in its history and a young woman at that and nev er knew the difference. Attractive Miss Alice Lee Gros jean, 25 year old secretary of state, took charge of government affairs as acting chief executive for the duration of Governor Al vin O. King's ten day absence at the Governors' conference in Rich mond. Va.. and handled all busi ness that came to her desk as if she had been used to it all her life. She began work at 9:45 a.m.. and lost no time getting down to routine. She has moved into the executive mansion with her mother, Mrs. George Grosjean. Congratulations came in from otner state officials and their wives and from citizens of Baton Rouge, she showed pleasure at the good wishes extended her, but rel'M on her smile to convey that pleasure ratber than on oral com ment. tended the church service. Several years ago 14 cases re sulted from a similar situation. At that time an evangelist prac ticing divine healing by touch ex posed a large number of persons KAPPA GAMMA 10 IS M VERSA! Members of Kappa Gamma Rho. Willamette university men's social fraternity, celebrated their organisation's 12th birthday with their 13th annual formal ban quet, last night at the Masonic temt)le. Including -guests and members. 66 were present. With a ship motif for the pro gram. Alfred G. King, president and toastmaster, introduced the sneakers in nautical terms; as follows: Admiral, retired. Clar ence Oliver, an alumnus; captain Clarence L. Poor; mate, Ralph McCullough; engineer, Wesley Janke: fireman. William Thome. Honor guests were President and Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney and Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Sher man. From the flower-floored valley -v to' the snow covered mountain was the Sunday experience of the Che- meketans, .13 strong, who with 16 Obsidians from Eugene essayed to elimh Snow mountala. from base' camp at Roaring river fish, hatch-v - err. The lower trail was quite & muddy and later the-party ran into saow whieh was soft aad DIM Mf guiug M) uni-WU ' l party turned back after reaehlag ? a point about a mile and a Quarter j from the summit. Only a tew spent Saturday night t at the hatchery, most of the com- pany going ia early Sundays . morning. The start was made at '' 7:20 and camp was reached again at four la the afternoon. Lanes - was eaten in a driving saow storm -on the mountain side. - Dick Upjohn was party leader.' Another phase of the proposed power plant project for state in stitutions was aired at the capi tol yesterday whea the-matter of convict labor was brought up on complaint of the state federation of labor. It seems the contract would provide convict . workers for the common labor, and sev eral other things are Included or excluded from the specifications which It has been found out since are of vital importance. Voter Pamphlet ." ' Being Mailed to 400,000 Persons ' The 1 first consignment of 87. 000 voters' pamphlets for the pri mary election was placed la the mails here Saturday. Hal E. Hoss, secretary of state announced. The records of the state depart meat indicated that more than 400.000 of these namphets would fbe required to supply the voters. Statements of candidates for non partisan offices will he printed la both the republican and democra tic pamphlets and in addition, will. be sent to voters of other political affiliation. The v cost of printing these pamphlets will exceed $12,000, ot which amount the candidates for office will pay $4000. As waa stated bj this rot amn sometime ago, a lot will be heard about the proposed power plant a long time be fore it will be bant, if it ever is, and a long time afterward la tbe event the plant is con structed. However tbe board went on record as having Mno Intention of having convict la bor run la competition with free labor.' The race for legislative posi tions in various sections of the state presents too keen a com petition some candidates believe. The first withdrawal was an nounced Monday from the joint Multnomah-Clackamas county district when David S. Hasted dropped out, leaving Represen tative Harvey Wells and Henry Robinson still competing for the republican nomination. Power Hearing To be Delayed 3 Weeks More Heariag of tbe proceeding launched by Charles M. Thomas, publc utility commissioner, ' ln- vorring the rates, charges aad practices of the Northwestern Electric company, will be resumed in Portland May 24 Instead of May I, it was announced Monday.' The hearing opened In Portland two weeks ago, but later recessed la order to give the electric com pany's attorneys time to prepare their case. The motion for a con tinuance until May 24 was filed by John A. Laing. The state capitol will be the scene, next week of tbe White House conference of child wel fare organizations In Oregon. Several hundred representa tives of social agencies, child health and state-aMed institu tions will be here to discuss the many problems la this connection. AT SPELLING CONTEST NORTH SANTIAM, April 23 Pupils representing the North Santiam school at the spelling contest at Salem Saturday were Marian Heltxel. Mary Tyler, Gen evieve Tucker, Dorothy Bannick. Obituary V""1" " ' , T"." I tn general fund of the auxiliary. uon, wm u . jr Program numbers were given by ociai oi ' rioueh-Barriok- nnartit Mm B. C A. social rooms at 8 o'clock r i .d' " . Amend Complaint Ralph C. Zimmerman has filed amended complaint in his case against John Sonnen, a. foreclosure suit. U. A. soca. rooo,. . . CoB, ehajrman Thursday night tor members and . h benefit. friends. A musical program, m ... M. I addition to other entertainment. Our complete stock priced Vt off is being planned, by the social all this week. Fleener Electric, Mmmltlii 1471 Court St TtanM Mellowmoon ' Wed. nite. I Pot Sfnr llvr With the Jlmmie Whippo Campus ' Chords vaccination Saturday and Sunday Frank Kelley of Portland were playing niM Nankins Linen nankins.!. . givTn by the Salem linen'mllls been.vrted accordlnTto Dr Sa" mon- Bu' ood QualUy Sreugh Fred J. Gilbraith man.- J?l!r merchandise at Miller's for less! ger.wlll ,n8""er.f' officer. Vaccination of 13 more Portland Visitors Among the chamber of Mmmerce "jnday persons will be made soon and Sondav Portland- visitors from ?.Si,v:; .nnncpd vterdVv at two pe"ons Bot W.to be lm- here were Walter Zigler and Hel las McKay announced yesterday at mii1ti,A wili ha isoi-Bd ..in th Estate Closed Final decree has been entered closing estate ot Estelle Kaylor. Anna Kaylor Conklin is executrix. From Portland Mr. and Mrs. I - r r - oa , , I 3unriav vl.qitnra at tha home Of vi h u 7 ov ircuiio cayuaeu vs i - smallpox at a church service here Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilson. Fear Smallpox Epidemic; Will Vaccinate Many Fearful of a smallpox epidemic breaking out. Dr. Vernon A. Doug las, county health officer, had as many members as possible of the First Church of God concregation of last Sunday come to the health -eenter Saturday for vaccination, A member of- the congregation. who attended church that day and was reported as ill and nartlallv oroaen. out ac me lime, is now 111 with the disease. Two weeks of isolation are required by state isw ror ail persons exposed to tha diaeaaa wV. ..rn.. . v. Ross, both ot Salem and J. Wal- the vaeel- .V. ... A Am9km V....11. ..4 .1. 1 " l.-W .- ici AUAwa luutiutt nu air- ter of Mrs. Mary E. Anderson of Ohio. Also survived by seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. .Native of Ohio, aged 92 years 6 months 29 days. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral service from the Terwil liger Funeral Home. 770 Cheme- keta street. 2 p. m. Tuesday, April 26. Mr. W. W. Rosebrugh offici ating. . Interment in Lee Mission cemetery. Ala:n At the residence of her daugh ter, 425 Kearney street, April 24, Susan H. Adams, mother of Mrs. Florence Martin and Mrs. C. D. the chamber gathering. munised will be Isolated until the J en Hill. I en a or tne week. e 'f.71 Campbell to bdcm iwi.., v-k ts. James U. Campbell of the Oregon Salem hlgh 8Cnool amateur typInR supreme court will team, consisting of George For- Kiwanls luncheon today. His sub- gard; Kathleen Lindbeck. Carolya Ject will be "George Washington. Hunt aBd JetnBe c,adek won in keeping with the celebration or tnTJOOth anniversary of his birth. tred ,n the sUt! he,d tt Weeka Appointed Dr. A. E. Ongon State . college Saturday u..h.. a Their average speed was 67.53 appointed by Governor Meier as h"rda -or-minute with nine er- a member of the state board otIror8' denui; examiners. -He "weeds SaTe money buT good ,uality ut. uii f,cu" "" I merchandise at Miller's for less! term expirea .ipni . I ' Alsman Cases-j-ln cases ss Hasted, republican candidate for Olad Mortenson Snd" Morgan b.i -nntatT, .B thm i.-.i-1-tn,. Staton. default ot Staton has been I allowed on plea of .attorneys for Multnomah and Clackamas coun the respective -plaintiffs. Alma tJea has withdrawn from the Maurice Alsman and Julia Als- ncef ne notified Secretary ct man. - State Hoss Monday. There are ' " - 'L '' -'Jl.'" !ljl-vi-t now two candidates in the race. -Seeks mf"2UXt Harvey ,S. Wells and N. Henry -enforce payment, ot $2000. Allege Bo51lJon j , A . ' - "ed to have been agreed pon ar rT?'r :''?--?; : 'v Z settlement veT "suit; has ? been l v case ; Continued Non-support filed against Sarah Cetfenbury oy i charges brought against Lowell W. J. Branstetter. . . : . !E. Shhtn.by his wife were eontln- S-tb" wi'i'--"-'-..-':-- ? --:3 twhen-th enasV-waa'1 broUrht i a Car company V'Anp tot the SastiCi, ot the peace f tomoblle, courpany .was. yesterdayi Jrfa.s-v.!v- awarded default judgment r ot tut ln 1tscnst airainst C. ' J Hunt,-v- i .v:'.' Seek to Wed Two Turner people, Earl D. Standley, 35, and Gladys Hale,- 22, were issued a marriage license here yesterday. BelereSt memorial 51 PalU Ifhstd A PARK CKMKTKHY WITH PKRI'KTUAI. CARK Jatt Tea tOaatei Tnm the Htart Tawa . CITY VIEW CEMETERY Established 1803 Tel. 883S Conveniently Accessible ; Perpetual care provided tot ' Prices Reasonable Law Provision For Recovering Fines Lacking There is no provision of law under which John B. Short may recover from the state $50 a&4 costs, which he was fined for kill lag a deer in closed season In Jackson county. Attorney General Van Winkle held in an opinion handed down. Monday. Short was alleged to have killed tbe deer attef the legal time for the opening of the deer season In 1929. but during the time that the open season for killing deer had been closed by proclamation of the governor. . The opinion was requested by George Codding, district attorney of Jackson county It was also announced that several nationally known speak ers and experts on child welfare will be sent here by the federal government to address the con ference. The delegates will also visit the state institutions during the three-day session. APRIL SPECIAL Croqu I a e 1 e Ringlet End Permanent PCSH WAVE 52.00 plete Open Friday Evenings by appointment CASTLE PERMANENT WAVERS CO. 307 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. TelL 3663 Branch ot Castle Pioneer Permanent Wavers. Portland Why have unsightly 'Houseclean ing hands' There's a sure way for tbe woman who keeps house to protect her hands from the roughening and coars ening, effects of dishwash ing and other housework. Wear Rubber Gloves We have a full range of sizes . . all fine quality gloves ' s guaranteed to give long and satisfactory service. Price 28c Schaefer's Drug Store 135 N. Commercial St. PILES CURED n itaact operaUM at at dm DR. MARSHALL S1 Oregoa Bid. rfcaaa SSOS PIANOS TO RENT lMi:hM - vi Call 6010, Csed Furniture Department 191 North High : ; -. Wait' f or-Dlietor's bigf ire sile Ok Weekend t Alarm Oaly oae fire alarm was turned in' over the , wMkisd. that 'for, a chimney blase oa Norway street early yes X i Dr. Cbaa.Lam, ' Chinese Medicine - 148 N. Commercial RMaua ,i aad S 1 ule;.t"V:iv ' .'. "Office", hostrs V i Tuesday and Satur day 3 t5 fw as. m mm ill BY EDITION of THE OREGON STATESMAN fat : - Featuring National Baby week and the State Child Health conference, May 2-3 at the Statehouse. "" rTpjbe" publish forni Sunday May J 1 v r . Parents wishing to have their children's pictures in this edi tion should phone The States man at once. . :: :feclJmit;5'rVI: i : 5 A arnaill harg&will 5e ; made for the cost of f . f r -. v k'J no other expensed ! :. terday morning.