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"41 35 TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1936 FAGE SIX THE" ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, 'AL'BAFJY,"" OREGOR' AUTOS IX COLLISIONS Roland Schmitt of Corvallis repotted to police today a collision in which his car was involved with another driven by.Orene Moore, Corvallis. at Fifth and Jefferson streets Sa'iirri'iv, Yesterdav car? driven by Curtis J. Spires, Lebanon and Mrs. J A. Caufield, Albany, crashed on Broadiilbin St. In neither case did greai damage re.-ult. EASTVSWEST GAMES START IN BIG LOOPS MILADY'S BOUDOIR BREVITY HELD ONE TO BEAT IN BIG DERBY San Francisco Waterfront Hums as Strike Ends HOME FROM BELKNAP Mr .and Mrs. Jack Hamrr.ell have returned from a week's vacation v hich they spent in accordance with their annual custom at Belknap Springs. Mr. Hammcll reported that since much restocking of streams has taken place in the vicinity of the springs trout are abundant there now, and that he took due advantage of the fact. tottisville, Ky., April 28. A startling field of from 13 to 19 with Brevity the one to beat that was how the Kentucky Derby shaped up today, four days in advance of its 62nd running at Churchill Downs. Joseph E. Widener'o Brevity, a favorite in the future book during most of the winter, continues to gain supporters and may go to the post Saturday an odds-on favorite. He closed in the winter book at 8-5. The Derby lineup for Saturday will be pretty well established after today's workouts and the running of the derby trial at a mile. Nine of the' ten horses entered in the trial are eligible for Saturday's big race. In yesterday's workout, Indian Broom, which set a world record for a mile and a furlong when he beat Top Row and Azucar, both Santa Anita handicap winners at Tanforan two weeks ago, traveled three furlongs in :34.2 seconds, indicating that he has lost none of his speed since being shipped here from California. He is definitely a dark horse for the big race. The definite derby starters appear to be BrevityrGrand Slam, ? - - -i ' ' JET '"Jf?f 1 . New York, April 28. The first intcrsectionnl warfare for the 1936 baseball pennants began today with National league teams of the east invading western territory end American league clubs of the west, counter-attacking their eastern opponents. The league leading New York Giants' invasion of Sportman's park, defended by the St. Louis Cardinals, furnished the highlight of National league activities. Headline bout on the American card Was the New York Yankees' defense of the stadium against the Cleveland Indians, leaders of the junior circuit. , . The Cubs entertain the Brooklyn PodgerS, with whom they are in a tie for third place. Other National league games send the Boston Bees to,. Cincinnati to meet the second place (teds and Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to meet the Pirates. The Cleveland-New York game In the American was watched with Interest because seven of the eight games ' won by the Indians have been from second division teams. The only game Cleveland took from pennant contender was the second one of the season against the Detroit Tigers. ' The Yankees, only- a game and a half out of first place, won two from the Boston Red Sox, four from the Washington Senators, in fifth place, and one from the Philadelphia Athletics., It is felt that the three-game - series with the Yankees will furnish a good indicator as to whether Steve O'Neill's band will be a strong pennant contender. The Champion' Detroit Tigers traveled to Washington to engage the Senators, the Chicago White Sox meet the Red Sox In Boston, arid the Browns and the Athletics Following settlement of the Pacific Coast s most costly labor dispute since the bloody waterfront strike of 1934. 1600 stevedoies started work on the San Francisco Embarcadero. An abrupt end to the dispute threatening ail Pacific Coast shipping was brought about through an agreement between shipowners and workers with Judge M. C. Sloss acting as arbitrator. in English, O. S. C; 9-9:15, United ; Press News. Miiylio Josephine Kn-wpr, lilulily roan nicd llllv if Mm hnrms wcirlil. llimiKht Ihu cn iupih man una nil wet when hi. Invaded her hnudolr In Inilliiimpollx Aiiywuy, Miss Josephine Is leiicliiiiK fur n towel hi tlio nhovo picture, nnil mritm to rexcm the intruxinn. The trotter Ik owned by Jnc Hell, nf Milwaukee, and I.eo Hull of ('ili'-llgO. DAIRY INCOME INCREASES Lakevicw. Lake county's income from the dairy industry during 1935 was approximately $85,-000 as compared with a $50,000 in 1932, according to a survey recently completed by County Agent Vic Johnson. The average price paid farmers per pound of butterfat in 1932 was IB 'z cents, and in 1935 was 30 cents. the negro allegedly attempted to Wednesday, April 29. assault a young white woman 9 a. m., Homemakers' Hour; 10,1 .1Tl jo . Music; 10:15, Guarding Your.' J Health; 10:30, Music; 10:45, KOACi School of the Air10:45 The et Grounds Block wounds in his body. The lynching and the inquest were held where came down tuingsen was yiun- ning on taking his vallis for the tilt. lads to Cor- TY-H Wnnt A't" FtrinH Results aiory Ol uiegun; ii, niuuim me a lf ki Pacific Agnes Dorena Campbell; Spartan, AH5 Meet 11:15, Facts and Affairs; 11:30, The I , Story of Music; 11:45, Music; 12,1 ' , '.' Noon Faira Hour 12:05, United Wet grounds again caused a Press News; 12:15,, Whose Safety? hitch in the Bulldogs sport slate John Kerrick; 12:40, Market and yetsterday with a track meet at crop reports and weather forecast. Corvallis being called oil. the 1 p. m.. Music: 1:15, World Book 'meet, according to Coach Tuny Man- 1:30, Programs on Parade; Ellingsen, will be held the first 1 45 Music; 2, Bards of the Oregon week after the state meet. Cor-Country by James M. Morris: vallis comes to Albany Friday 215 Music; 2:30, Interesting Peo- for a meet in May day activities, pie of the News; 4, Musical Stories; The Bulldogs' second ball game 4-30 Stories for Bovs and Girls. with the Spartans was scheduled 5 p m On the Campuses; 5:30, for today, and unless heavy rains XXZV. rlu"",j ,B",V. filly), Indian Broom, Bien Joli. Banister, Ned Heigh, He Did and Bold Venture. Other probable starters include Merry Pete, Count Morse, Silas, Dnieper, Sangreal and Forest Play. The starters will be named Friday. KOAC Radio Program Tuesday, April 28 5. On the Campuses; 5:30, Music; 5:45, Vespers Led by Dr. J. S. Burns; 6. Dinner Concert; 6:30, Farm Hour 0:30, The Ag Club; 6:45, Market and crop reports and weather forecast; 7. G. R. Hyslop "Ensiling Spring Surplus Crops"; 7:15. J. R. Hueg "Nutritional oieiiiny jii uuny uiue , i.o, int.- CHimn nn A lliu QeVtnrtl "Thfl County i School Nurses and Child Health" Miss A. Juanita John' ston, Linn County; 8, The Oregon State System of Higher Edur-'ion W. A. Schoenfeld, Dean and Director of Agriculture; 8:15, The WUJIU 111 IWVIUW L' World in Review Dr. Victor P. K, , o.on c,, r-i 1 niorris, o.ju, ui es,on oiaie woiiegi. ?ad:.h;2ptA "i t. JOZl" i"d.uc .,n,8.;..8.:L Ke.a "i, ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned hus been duly op-pointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Linn County, administrator of the estate of Macy Harrison, deceased, and has qualified. All persons having claims oguinst the estate of said decedent are hereby required to present VETERANS... Buy your VVESTINGHOUSE gel your OAKS HOPEFUL OF FATTENING LEAD AT EXPENSE OF ANGELS With a four and one half game lead in the Pacific Coast league standings, the Oakland Oaks moved into Los Angeles today for' a series with the unfortunate Angels, basement position occupants. Other fronts will find the Missions at Seattle, San Diego at Portland, and Sacramento at Sun Francisco. ) A hotly contested series was expected ut Seattle, where the Missions and Indians will battle for second place honors, while at Port- land, the Padres will attempt to recoup lost ground at the Beavers' expense after suf ferine setbacks in recent encounters. The unpredictable Sacramento c- , , . .., oi-llilii'l , iiu viiumiuu live uui ti tho In! week and moved into sixth posi- lion on ahead of San Diego and Los A ngeles, were being prepaid a bristling welcome at San Fran- icisco. Cede Boosts Dorris For Committeeman If Ben Dorris Isn't elected national committeeman at the May primaries it won't be because his Legion buddies aren't doing their stuff for him. Elbert Bede, retired but not retiring Cottage Grove ed itor declared Monday while here on a swing over the valley in the interests of the Dorris candidacy. I "Thul kind of a bunch of fellows makes a splendid working nucleus,," Bebe said, "and 1 have been somewhat astonished by the ,ii,iilnr if Innp-timo rtmihirnn. 'vho have joined the Dorris ranks. Dm i ts also has strong support from some of the unions and, us an ori'hurdist in his home county of Lime, has gathered support from farm groups. i "Hen's platform declares for or- ganialion of the republican putty in a cohesive working force and I Westinghouse OAKS' PROBLEMS TO BE AIRED AT MEETING TONIGHT Problems confronting the Albany Oaks will be aired again to- icuifJit: wueu uiv bull club holds another meeting at 8. Dr. B. R. Wallace, newly-elected president, will preside over the group of players and buckets. With Curl Shoots, shortstop from lUSt year S U'Um, fOUIl tied 10 tile fold, prospects wore brighter along V,e USL'U11" 'f0!1'- As .vet 11,0 cl,lb is unorganized, nuving no manager nor a playing field. The question of selecting a man-1 ager has been a lotign one tor me Oaks. Jim Ault, who was doped to fill the post, moved to Portland ond aligned liimsell wttn another cluU. leuving 1he position wide open with no candidates in sight. At the lust meet two men were chosen. Elmo MeReynolds and Tuffy Ellingsen, but both refused the job. The tirsi step in putting tlin elnh tneether will be to choose the manager, and that post is ex - pected to be taken over tonight. President Wallace's financial drive will also receive consideration tonight. The erection of a bull park is pending the drive. I LEAGUE STANDINdS! National Leorne W. New York .B Cincinnati 7 Chicago 6 Brooklyn ...8 Pliiladelphia . Pittsburgh 4 St. Louis 4 Boston .3 Pet. .727 .583 .500 .500 .4(12 .444 .444 ',l u Pet. American Lean ue W. L. Cleveland 8 3 .....8 5 .....II 4- 3 -72" 5 .815 4 - .800 Boston Dett -oil ... New York Washington 7 7 4 :i 3 5 .58.1 .500 humk Philadelphia St. Lotus . . Pacific I'nust I.MBiio W. I,. Oakland. .... Seattle Missions Portland Sun Francisco Sacramento . . Sun Diego .. Los Angeles . 8 13 .18 ..16 ..15 ..13 ..12 . .12 .. 9 .310 .444 273 l'i't. .733 .581 .552 .464 .429 .387 will battle at Philadelphia ,In the only American lenmip i game played yesterday Cleveland picked up a half game by defeating the Browns 2 to 1, the winning run being provided by Bruce Campbell s homer In the seventh, A lonlh Innini einnlu hv Thme. now' that sent the winning run home enabled the Cincinnati Reds to defeat the Chicago Cubs, 5 to 4, in the solitary National game played. St. Louis at Pittsburgh was rained out. ' Pirate and Wildcat Tennis Teams Meet . With sun and fairer weather breaking, through the Pirates prepared to engage in 'their first not meet Of the season today on the campus us Linfield was sechodul-Cd to appear. The Albany college team has- not played any of their Northwest . conference opponents yet, rain holding them off last week, but they expect to make their start today. . LInfk'ld, although losing all but one member of last season's squad bos a well-balunced aggregate and has turned in victories over Pacific university and Pacific college. Huntington ', Quits ., As Salem Hi Coach Salem. Ore.. April 28. Five men were mentioned today as possible successors to Holhs W. Huntington who resigned yesterday as couch of fiiMotlmi nt fialom hiah uelinnl where he served 12 vears. - ftwioht A rtii ins. hullns: Walter Erlcklon; Camas, Wash.; George Emlgh, Astoria; Harold Hauk and Tom Drynun, both of Parrish Jim - lor high school here, were believed, to be under consideration. ; , , ACHIU WINS " Portland, Ore., April 28. Walter Tihkit Aehiu. Chinese wrestler. won a battle-royal at the Lubor. Temple last night. His opponents! went out In tho following order: Abdsl Kahn, Ben Sherman, Jack Lipscomb, Danny McShoin. and Don Sugal. Buck Lawson held Jack Hagcn, Chicago, to a draw, ond pobby Burns tossed Jean Labell. 'OUT OUR WAY" I 1 them, duly verified, within six ; deputized a mob at Danielsville months from the date of the first April 11, was killed today by u publication of this notice to the mob which broke into the jail undersigned administrotor at the here. office of Marks McMahan, in! A coroner's jury decided Shaw the First National Bunk Building came to his death "by gunshot in the City of Albany, Linn Coun-j wounds inflicted by persons un-tv. State of Oregon. ! known," indicating the belief he " Dated and first published this, had been shot and then strung to 28th day of April, 1936. i the tree. The rope was under his ED S. BOWERS. j arm and across his neck, with his Tonite Only!. Starts Tomorrow! SHOWS AT 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. MATINEE ON SATURDAY ONLY MODERN WOMEN NttdMot Suffer monthly pnin :inJ d.-luy due to rortls, nt rvtuti traiu, uxf Kcturf nr Mm iur caitc. t tu--iiR!)-t.';aiiiinil UmirI fills ure cJet-U vo, trlmhleandgi Quick Rtlitl. lSi.y 'IMI PIAHONO I'SE CHINESE IIEKBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic ailments. . Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stones, colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnays. bladder, heart, nerves, neuralgia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fong. 8 years practice in China, Herb Specialist, gives relief after others fail. 139 E. First St., Albany. Or. Office Hours: Sunday and Wednesday 11 a.m.. to 2 p.m. Barber and Beauty Work for the Entire Family At Popular Price Hair Cutting Permanent Waves! Itair TivUas? Waviaw MAKSfiXbsW WALKER'S Barber (', Beaut; 21i LyonrlQ rhone 679-R Special Short I Subjects I AIR HOPPERS I TOP FLAT , Victoria AV Vancouver jl Universal News i HRfl M(RirpyiY S. B. Font 'i i 'rir-i n. i-ii rr"i rffP'i ' Mil LMJLj now2years now! Pay for it when you bonus "Quality fori$i") believe the republican party will have to have that kind of treat-.250 nu-nt or call in the undertaker. Hen has demonstrated at state and 'national Legion conventions that he has the ability to put over that kind of organization work. I Bede expressed himself us well pleased with the practically cer-.53(1 tain prospect of renominution for Senator McNary, with democrats declaring that they will have to be for the senior senator in the Miisie- 5:45 The Vesners Led by i tj..,, IT M Hfiffic' fi ninner Cnn- r,. g.jg Oregon Farmers union; ' ,t n.nn 6:30, Evening Farm Hour 6:30. Things Seen and Done Floyd Mullen; 6:45. Market and crop re-Dorts and weather forecast: 7, R. N. Lunde "Tips on Diesel Tractor Maintenance"; 7:15, Dr. W. H. Lvtle "Livestock Illness is Cost ly": 7:30. Music for 'he Stnngs- 1." "'. - I " riara Chuoman. Catherine Jordon and Carol Yokum; 7:45, Municipal Affairs-League of Oregon Cities; Mu?k; 8i15' . "l" , Story Aiexanaer nun; o.ou. i.ui- f eld College program w-a:ia, United Press News. Negro Is Lynched By Georgian Mob Royston, Ga., April 28. Lint Shaw, 5(1, negro who escaped ynching when a 74-year-old judge feet trailing on the ground Sheriff T. L. Henlev said the than 1700 bullet negro hud more Brilliance "Mt'H the Hater'9 QIYMI'IA IIKF.R ovn Us bril-" lianrc to the qualitira of ihp nfttuml tiblTruiii'nn bri-Hinii water . i l :. t u ' """"" So healtlirul properucs arruirro to make It sparkle. . . Always Ingrrnl (a(i-d) to give it a mellow mild flavor. BEER BOTTLED OI.YMI'IA fir Bate rveryteherm DRAl GUT OLYMl'IA at placet of HUlinclion 1M. K. j. ur Here's our trial offer: Smokff 20 trafranl pipeful of Prlnca Albert. It you don't had it tho mellow it, tastiest pipe tobacco you ever aotokevl. return the pocket tin with tha , rest ol the tobacco in it to us at any - tines within a month from this date, and we will rotund full purchase price. plus postaie. (Sicned) R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.. Winston-Salem, N. C "Makin's" smokers Prince Al- oerc is sweu lor i PmiicE sbert is swell for cigarettes tool THE NATIONAL Aldeiit JOY SMOKE pipetuts of frafrant tobareo In W7V every 2-aa. tin of Prince Albert UJLJ '?? Administrator of the Estate of Mncv Htirrison. Deceasetl. CLARK S. KENDALL and MARKS & McMAHAN, Albany, Oregon, Attorneys for Administrator. Apr 28 Mav 5-12-19-26 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly ao-pointed by the County Court of the Slate or Oregon tor utnn louniy us administrator of the estate of Edgar A. Trulove, deceased, and has Qualified. All persons Having claims against the estate of suid decedent. are hereby rctfuiivd to present them, duly verified, within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice to the undersigned administrator at the office of Marks Si McMahan. in the First National Bank Building, in the City of Albany, Linn County. State of Oregon. " Dated and first published this 28th day of April, 1936. Kl.MF.H MILLF.R, Administrator of the K.r-tutc of F.dgur A. Trulove. Deceased. CLARK S. KENDALL and M RKS MvMAHAN, Albany, Oregon, Attorneys for Administrator. Apr 28 Mav 5-12-19-2 full elections. 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