PAGE FOURTEEN 0 UUKEHi Total now 86,700 Acres but Hot all of Request is In Granted by Officials ; Addition of 4,5 08 acres In the Eisfat Lakes district to' Mt. Jet ferson national park, brings that Brtialtlve forest area to 86.700 acres,' Henry Crawford, lias been adrtaed la a recent letter from Senator Charles L. ,McNary. ,.A larger- area was i sought . with oundariea reaching west to the ew North Santlam road bat fed oral authorities - did not ; see fit to grant the entire request. . The original reanest- for the promltlve area was made by the fiantlam ; fish and ; game commis ion . . the Marion coanty game roteetire . association, . the Che- snaketan Hikln dab and the Sa- Um and: Albany chambers 1 " of eommerce. - '.. -'":L-tit i : - The original efforts made to Aht&iM thi territory . Inclnded a leh. larrer acreage, the north' rn boundary of -which would Bate - been - Woodpecker . ' ridge. following : the Santiam highway ' as 4U western border, with Lost i I-. V .tV omit eatendinc eastward to the Sky- lln trail wl leh transTerses this Under the official designation. tie Berth ern border of the pres ent primitive area added will be Marion lake, the "northern por tion of the body of water being lflft onttide to permit the erec tion of sportsmen's lodges. The western border extends about a anile west f om Turpentine peak and Dubby and Maxwell buttes, r two mil east of the Santiam highway. The southern border is along the Line of Hogg pass while the eastern line Is several miles east of the Skyline trail. ' The present Mt. Jefferson area forms the northern boundary of the new' tract which will be absorbed. SaleoiBanVs Bonds Ordered; A Far Below Par Bonds of the . par . value of $9000 belonging to the new insol vent Bank of Stayton were order ed sold yesterday for 11530 in a circuit court order issued here to A. A. Schramm, state bank exam iner. In charge of the liquidation f the closed institution. Five of the bonds were issued by the Tex as Gas Utilities company and four by the Wayne United Gas com pany. The book value, of the bonds as carried in the bank's assets, ranged from $118 to f 084 tor each $1000 bond. The pre vailing market for the securities, Schramm said in his petition for authority to sell the bonds, was f!70 for each $1000 bond. No. 113 ftraopals of AbbmI Statement of the VeUaomaa Iaduitrial BmIU JUsocUtioa e IertUa4. ia tao State Oregon. oa he tkirty-flrtt say of December, 1933, oaeW to iho lasoraaea CommUiioner of tko BUto i of ; Oregon, pmsnaat to lavs 1 CAPITAL v ; A aeon t of eapiUlstoek pali ap, SIS, 0040. . It . . - -i . i JNCOlfZ Voi prBuami roeoivoa doriag tno joor, Sak " a. - latoroM, altidonds aaS roata Mciv4 eariaf Uo yoar, 977.08. Xaoomo tixm U other oareo reeclTtcl arht ttao yoor. . . Total laeonM, $77.08. DISBURSEltlNTS Kot lotMO paid during tko Jttr- Inslad . Sir adjoatnoat oraoaaoa. Nod. Divideadi paid on capital tPk 4aMaf ' Sko yoar. Xono. - - Conauasioao and salaries paid daring fbo yoar S1.S35.00. Taxoa, liense ad foos paid daring fk par( 65.73. . Aawoat of , all ..otaor oxpeaditorea. Total sxpoaditureo, 93.423.55. ASSETS .. , Tatoo of tmI osuto owaod (markot : vahMl, Neno. - , Vataio of stooks aad loads owaed (aiar kat alao). 94.M8.14. . Loana oa aMrtgagaa sad oollatoral, ote4 ' t5.84e.B5. - - Oaah ia tank aad oa aaad, 91,828.09. - - .noaiiiinia la ooarsa of eolieetioa wnt laa Steeo 8oDtombr. 80. 1983. . Iatorost aad roats dao Sad aeeraad. , xotat ttattut tit, six,isiJ)S. LiIABIIiITIXa ... CNmo alalau tor kxaoo aapaid, Jfoao. Aatoaat of aaoaraod preatioats oa all Btataading rUka, Moao. Da , for ooataUidoa . aad Vroktrago, An otkor Babllitloaf 957TJS. Total UabiUtira. oxeopt capital, 9577JS. upitai pal a ap. fii.soo.oo. arphu over all liabilities. 93.94S.47, atarpra ss regards poUcjboldeTt, fll, TWL 813.181.08. - TJSiBS IK OBEOOH FOB THI TSAJt Hot proaaau received dariag tko yssr. aid darlaa tko Tear. Xeaa. " Iioasos tacarred daring tko year, Noaa. Vaeso of Compear, kfaltaomak Xndoa OrUt Healtk AeeeeUtioa. . Vaaao or freaiieat, Xagsas P. Oarea, mJy. - - i .-- .- Marns of Boeretarr, Xari XV DaBola, JS.1. . - . E Statutory resideat attoraov far aarriea. - "ek. Haaultoa. - Braoa A Bro- to mmm Cloving - Storing - Crating Larmer Transfer & Storage : : 'y ' pr:onE 31131 -: : We Also Handle Fuel OiL Coal and Briquets and High Grade Diesel Oil for Tractor Engines and Oil Burners WINNING BOSTON MARATHON V -LJL-L - With no6 a ehallenger in sight, Leslie Pawson, 28-year-old millhand, of - Pawtucket, R. L, is shown crossing the finish line to win the annual 26 mile marathon f rom Hopkinton to Boston in the record time of 2 hours, SI ; minutes, 1 and seconds, lowering the old mark by more than two . minutes. In inset the winner is being crowned with the traditional laurel wreath by Representative George di Meta of Massachusetts after his . - . , . -. victory.. -. " . - ' ' PUSH Bin E : Parrish Junior high school's baseball team ran into more com petition that was out of its class, Tuesday afternoon at Hubbard, and lost 14 to to Hubbard high. t in two rames. Parrish ti3 col lected only-three hits, and two of them hare been made by Oglesby, left fielder on Coach Harold Hank's team. Of the two made against Hubbard, Damon clicked ! out the other one. Parrish will play Sacred Heart academy Friday afternoon on Ol-I lnger field. Hubbard and Corrals, both oil which hare defeated Parrish, will play Friday at Gerrale in a game which will hare large bearing on the county B league champion ship. These three are the only schools competing in the B league this season. Lineups: Parrish Hnbabrd McArthur If Henhberger 3b Moomaw lb Ramp lb Damon 3b Etzel lb Serdotz p Akers c Gant cf McKee 2b Mserx ss Lltwlller rt M. Carl ss Dlmlck rt Hlggenbotham e Borons p Porter cf Oglesby If . Barrett cf MT.16EL SIMPS ST. PAUL LEAGUERS MT! ANGEL. April 25 Scoring in every inning but the ninth, the Mt. Ansel baseball nine in a Mid- Willamette league game played Sunday swamped St. Paul by a 23 to 7 score. The game was played at St. Paul. The Mt. Angel slug gers pounded out It bits includ ing 8 doubles, 1 triple and 1 home run. Playing Manager White, with three doubles and a single, and Poepping. pitcher, with two dou bles and two singles, led the at tack. Howard, right fielder, got a home run and two singles. Cole man starred for St. Paul with a home run and a single. Poepping pitched the entire game for Mt. Angel and although nicked for 12 hits, kept them well scattered. He struck out 11 men. R. H. E. Mt, Angel .........23 It - 4 St, Paul 7 12 7 Batteries: Poepping and White; Kirsch, Kaufman, Schuts and Klrsch. . - Noyes Reelected A. P. President ; NEW YORK, April 25 (AP) Frank B. Noyes, publisher of the Washington Star, was reelect ed president of the Associated Press today at a meeting of the board of directors which followed yesterday's annual meeting of the Associated Press. : . ; - William J. Pape of the Water bury Republican, became first vice president. - , . fi as-"." JTny - : trif P02TLAND , 504 $1j0O ALBANY . . 1Q4 04 . GORVALLZS . 404 r , ; 904 " EUGENE ...7 .10 . Om $sU i3i rnutH Mi irGd - Im fmftruAU nAu er (AWr cava lW-o-,4j i Uo. A. P. NOTU, Agent Passenger Depot, 13th Oak , Tel. 4408 - ' "-1 BY HUBBARD The X UKEIIST PUNT WASHINGTON. April J5. (AP) The nary "a Intention to de commission the naTal air suuon at Lakehurst, if. J., "In the near future" was expressed today in a letter - made public at the nary department from Admiral William V. Pratt, chief of naval operations. to O. I Dickerson, township solici tor at Lakewood, N. J. Dickerson had sent the depart ment a copy of a resolution pass ed by the township committee fa- Toring maintenance of the air sta tion. - Pratt, as acting secretary of the nary, replied that in rlew of the shortage of funds and the pressing need ror economy, the department would not be able to maintain the air station in full commission in riew of the loss of the airship Akron and the fact the airship Macon would be sent to the Sun nyrale, Cal., naral air station for operation with the fleet. LOT 1. Standard v finished Size 1 MAY BE SCRAPPED . - LOT 2. Heavy weight wood baled Galvanized 10 qt pails these are high ly finished and a good value at 60c but they go 2 for . LOT 8, Ladies' Garden good handles GMQIlGtJc (& GE?ndclflcc LOT 4. Standard size 8 CAST ALUMINUM SldHets and same size CAST ALUMINUM GRIDDLES Either one the lot is limited and we will limit sales y (SqEsg Ponac LOT 6. A fine angel cake pan with steel standards for inverting in full , size 10"x 4' Only 2 dozen to sell while they.last-L-J . ' ILaclc3ci?Ct3;D3llc : LOT 6. Kitchen Ladder Stools Unfinished Well braced and good ' ; quality a limited number when you can get a standard make for less than $4.00. Some people are go ing to be awfully sorry because they are buying unreliable merchandise. Our ; . motto always la Quality Goods for Less t- ' OREGON STATESMAN. Salsa. E MONMOUTH, April 34. Mon mouth high school defeated Inde pendence high at Monmouth to 1 Friday afternoon fa the first Polk county conference baseball game of the season. The game was somewhat loosely played, but both teams show promise of real ball clubs .with more oompetltlTe playing. . " -? ; ; ; v ; ,: s. . . Dick Snider was on the mound for the locals and with Cy Wilson receiving held Independence : to .three hits, while his teammates registered four errors. "Thnrman, pitching for Independence, with Coon receiving, was touched for eight hits. Independence made eighth errors. ' v c -":'',.''':? v" Red Hiatt of Oregon Normal was umpire. AntUE. April 14--(Special) : In the first Polk county league baseball game of the season, the Airlle high school defeated Dallas high, 4 to 0. - The Alrliek artists displayed great early, season form and kept Coach ghreeTe's boys well . In check. . Airlle scored - first when MeAlplne '. singled and. scored when Wilson connected. . . : Dallas threatened .to score In the fourth, but some neat field ing and pitching retired the Dal las batters.- . - Coach Beck's boys scored In the first and second and two more in the fifth. Dallas collected fire hiU and four errors; Airlle 10 hits and three errors. STAYTON, April 25. Members of the state game commission were here Sunday and Monday and planted 25,000 trout. Cutthroats were put In the river at the "high banks' and rainbow in the mill race at the- park. From the mill race they have access to the log pond, and Santiam river Charles Frank helped with 'the work Sunday and C. A. Beau champ Monday. All trout meas ured about seven inches In length and came from the McKensie hatchery. Temperature of the wa ter Monday was 42 degrees, which is said by local nlmrods to be the reason why so few fish have been caught since the season opened. They expect very little fishing un til more snow goes out of the mountains. n ill 25,01 CUTTHROAT It makes as blash to slaughter merchandise this way. Bat price or no price, business must move on To help you celebrate City Wide WE OFFER TSalv. Wash tub full (Soi?e3Gim OEnovGlkr Shovels' Full Polished Standard llo. 1 only ' , ' , " ; EBOTTT n so Hardware Paints Plumbing - Machinery. 23G N. COMMERCIAL ST. I - - Oregon, Wednesday Morning, ' WHITNEY : : 1 -' Ob CaterwanLa hr MaAHaltar-Purr pins bis Kentucky Derby hopes this year. He Is being gToomed by trainer T. J. Heary for the Churchul Downs clasaia on May 6, and is conceded a rood chance by the experts, "Caterwaul" won the Keene Memorial the iauonal Stauioa Stakes and the Eastern Shore Handicap tn bninax style. Of 10 starts he wS firsts, f seconds. I thirds sjid I unplaced, t Lutherans Blank Methodists 7-0; Christians Win Beli lad Bahlbergs steady pitch ing the. American Lutheran kit- ball team: won a shutout victory from First Methodist on Sweet land field yesterday In a regular ly scheduled came. 7. to 0, while at the other end of the field First Christian defeated Temple Bap tist In a rather loosely played contest, 12 to f . Batteries were as . follows: American Lutheran. Bahlberg and Kalng; First Methodist. Zarley and Anderson: First Christian, ; INDIVIDUAL i ATTENTION 3f Your eves mar reauire sev eral examinations or Orth optic training before re ceiving' final correction. Don't be deceived by hasty "f ree' ' examinations. Thompson-GIutsch OPTOMETRISTS, 8SS State St. weight and well 48c 48c 48e size, me ".."' J- . 'T t IkV fat Day April 2S, 1933 -o FOR DERBY " Cornelius VandeTbOt Whitney Sneed 'and -Newton; Temple Bap- i Ust, Tucker and ChappeU' - " Friday night Jason Lee will meet- Presbyterian and Court Street Christian will slay First Christian. : ' , ooo One Lot CHILDREN'S DRESSES and women's wash dress es, limited O 4Q quantities Cm tor ie7 L WOMEN'S SHOES Table of broken assort ments. Mostly small siz es. Values to -1.98, pair HUC OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Big and roomy. A 5.95 value, Wednes- J J A day only . , , Xexa Rayon Twilled SATIN .. .. . Black, green, tan & or chid. A regular 49c val- at - . 2 yards 49c CAN & BOTTLE f ; ; OPENER: ; Wall type I 1.50 value f........:xie7C HOT POINT PERCOLATOR Aluminum satin finish 7 ;cup., tL o AQ capacity aViet7 LUNCH CLOTHS Large , assortment plain colors, gay stripes. Em broidered patterns. Ex-. ceptional i - ifl. value at ;..LLtSC SPECIALS for $3 KAY... $tww MONTGOM 275 N. Liberty ffflllLETIIKES 00tl:EHIES AUM3VHXE. April 24 The Anmsvllle grade ball teams won a double header game with Turner Friday afternoon. The girls' score u 31-10 and the boys- score was 1-2. " : ' V "- . i- - The boys line-up was: . . AaUBSville. Tawser Hardin . . . . . i p ...... . Harns Farmer . e . Denbem Kromwell. ..... lb.. Peterson Chlfflngs...... 2b..e... Bones Nichols. . ............ en. Harris Titus ..'..;.... 3b . .' Ball Nichols........ If.. ...... Ball Landers....... cf.... Peterson MlUer. ; : .. rf . ; . . .V Bones . The Une-up for the girls game wasi' " '" " - - Asunsville . . -. Tnrner R.8wansont....e.....'A. Bones N. Harms....'.: p.Vi.i.F. Clark B. Roberts.,... lb.... .M. Lacy G. Bates. . . . , Is. . , Whitehead Titus.. ........ 2b..... Gunning Wright .V." . . . . rs . . . . Savage D. Weitman.... 3b.'...; Sparkea Weltman. ......If...... Parkes Brown. ........ rf..... , Holmes Senators Given - New Agreement On Use of Field v , - .. .. The school ' board last ' night granted the Salem Senators per mission to play their home games between -May 21 and August 27 I Complete Stock of Oar Finest SPRING DRESSES reduced for this one day only to Our Regular price is 7.75 and they are really outstanding values at that price. A fascinating group of crepes, prints and rough crepes, featuring top notch fashions " Our Entire Stock of Women's COATS for Wednesday only $J249 Smart spring coats in the popular new colors Our Complete Stock of -Women's piece Swagger Suits piece Tailored Suits 5Q49 Reduced from 9.95 for one day only LINGERIE ASSORTMENT Rayon & mesh vests, bloomers O AQg 6 panties Lm for iC N CARD TABLE COVER Ensemble Cardcraft cover and pa- napTdns WOMEN'S PURSES Black and colors. Includ ing many 4 Q -1.00 values : tJC FLAT CREPE And rough crepe,' spe- RAYON TWILL, In black, cream & rose. Also navy & black, no&. cling.A O MQ 35c valnesJ yardsJC : NON-SKID -iTHROWRUGS Beautiful patterns. A value :l:-.l3e49 CHENILLE :-V"-7:v:: RUGS';- Regular, ,: ; . AfA 1.00 values j 4jC AUTO MOP WTIth hose : AQ connection L flaC 7 HAND SAW - 10 point Lakeside, 26 : inch saw, fully guaran- :-2.1Sdne;;.!;) 1 .49 ERY WAR Phone 8774 on dinger field. The contract of fered the ball team provides that the school district shall receive 12 H per cent of gate receipts, less $30 credit for future im provements the club makes oa the field. No credit was granted for abc: $10 worth of work already done there by the club.":.- . " ' : : Concession privileges also were given the club over the applica tion of others. , : CHEMAWA. April 2 5 la a loosely ' played '- game marked by numerous mil judged - fly - - balls which went for hits on both sides, Chemawa Indian school 'defeated Sllverton high 12 to 10 on the dia mond here today. Ylvette of Che mawa and Lovett and : Reed of Sllverton were credited with home runs on misjudged flies. --r.- - i A return game will be played at Sllverton Friday. ' Seltice pitched acceptable ball for Chemawa until the- seventh when the Silver Foxes got to him for five runs. Ylvette hurled the last two Innings and . yielded one bit. , .... The Indians stored tn six of the Innings, their beet . being the fourth and sixth, each of which saw three ; runners dent - the rubber. . "T. . . Sllverton It . Chemawa . . . . ...1112-4 Coomler-aad Rudishauser: Sel tice, Ylvette and Katchla.' Zuadle. 14 AS WOMEN'S HOSE Pure silk chiffon and service weight, full fash ioned, French Jf heel ' . 4jC PURE SILK SLIPS Bias cut, pink, tea rose and white. 1.69 - and values . 1.49 RAYON BED SPREADS Regular 2.98 ; i jq value. Mneonly AoteJ, BED SPREAD 80x105. Popular colors. Limited quantity. 49c 84c value RUFFLED CURTAIN SET iiSSS. V 49c I- Certified Dry Fait -ENAMEL' 1 gallon size can 'Ij. 2.49 ALL RUBBER BEACH BALL PICKUP SHOVEL A real value : 49c LIFEBUOY SOAP We reserve the right to limit Q AQ nuantities bars Xa7C D & $49 2) . '! . Salem Ore..