Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 16, 1936 · Page 2
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March 16, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 2

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m PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT - H ERALD, ALBANYOREGON MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1936 The Albany cluL was host to the ed if Salem and Marion county iii-e tn he sjifn nnri deef nl nlnees King Steps Out Prince Charrnincr UTILITY SETUP DECISION ASKED ths Sox family. He is also the first iitndchiid of Mrs. C. E.-Sox. Al-oany, and Mis. Nols Anderson, Poitland. His fathvr, formerly with the corporation eirnmission in S Km, is practicing law m Al- NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. KohrboiiKh, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The .Albany.. Democrat-Herald visicn that the guaranteed pow-'i', ". F iince, Belgium and Germany cannot vole, whereas the guarantor" powers, Britain and Italy,, can. . :c and the Little Entente Roumania, Czechoslovakia and Jugoslavia were reported satisfied with the council's decision because they felt it avoids the trap ; Hitler had laid for V-m. They bc.iccu Hitler's second condition I v. as deigned to provoke a flat re-ijcclion. which would give the im for youth to live." Vt'Ol'LD BE COMMITTEEMEN M. Avorhoff of Tallnian precinct and E. C. Ayres of Lacomb have tiled with the county clerk declar-I ithms of ihcir candidacies lor pre- j end committeeman, each in his .cspcctivc precinct. Both are dem- i I ocrats. . . ,'Jeiwitcrat-Heiald Want Ads-Rrine Hesnltc : ! . . J, . lSt4- lJ,'.'!J, See Our Window Display ccnteiciice, under general super- ..uun oi Zelnid Purker, local home economics instructor. Aviating with the arrangements ..v ...e the following committees: Giace Gilkcy and Mori Dee Brown, .neidl u.cLiiibly; Irene Lociinc-r, group discus.sii.ns; Barbara Tripp, jeco. attons; Dorothy Baton and :.ary Louise Lucbner, luncheon; Paula Hunter, reception; Joyce Stcllmacher, registration; Ellen Hcuser, chocolate mix and Thelma Dickson and Grace Helen Looney, co-ed frolic. Members of the boys' hi-Y association served the lunch- con and assisted "in reception df delegates. SALEM COPS ARE INDICTED IN PROBE (Continued from I'bk Onei road house was a rendezvous for legislators, recently lost his beer license at a meeting or the state liquor control commission, and has closed. In its report, the jury said, "evi dence has revealed official toler ance, official negligence, which has enabled gambling of practi catty every type to thrive-in this community this gambling having extended until it has assumed proportions of a vicious organized racket, preying upon youth and upon the needy, as well as upon those more able to meet the losses which it bus involved upon pri vate citizens. "Particularly vicious were the conditions found to exist in the ; city of Salem where police off i cuds permitted the operation of every known type ol gambling and the practices of other vice to continue unmolested, except for an occasional arrest of one who seemed not to have been 'in on the racket' and whom they would virtuously hail into court as an 'example' and a 'sop' to public opinion. The report said the slot machine "take in nickels trom boys and girls was "immense," and that "a large percentage of the relief checks of Marion county were being cashed in pool halls, soft drink parlors, and other establishments" to go into slot machines. "So by an indirect route," the jury said, "throut'.i the generosity of the state and federal governments to needy individuals these governments, or rather the taxpayers, were unwittingly aiding in supporting an enriching the human vultures who truly live off 'unearned wealth'. "Illegitimately conceived, existing by fraud and deception, and corruption of officials, this (gambling) condition must be eradicat- Schilling Buy Opper intlie laryer sizes. hooi -wlitil you save! 2oz. pepper lot 4 oz. pepper 15 ? 8o. pepper 25i t JK as ft srt S ' t Sfrf Jut 1. . Again ICinii iT.lward VIII of Knglrnd set the world epeculatlng about his matrimonial Intentions by asking, In a messngo to the House of Commons, that provision bo mode in arranging his allowance for the possibility Hint there will be a queen; but ho gave no Inkling of the lucky princess' Identity. This latest plctnro, JubI received In America, shows him as Coloncl-in-Cliief of the Welsh Guards, arriving to attend n ceremonial. pression that France and her allie5 hud made the council slam the door in Hitler's face. ALBANY HEC GIRLS HONORED (Continued from Pftite One) gave an ortificial respiration dem- j onstration and-Linden Launer led I the group in singing. Thelma Dick- sou and Mr. Launer also sang a duel. , ;. Eight group discussions then took place and the conclusions of each discussion were recorded for presentation later to the entire assembly. These discussions covered the tollowing topics: Money-earning activities, led by Helen Lambert of Silverton; program suggestions, led by Marion Hutten-burg, Salem; welfare projects, led by Norma Smith, Lebanon; advisors' group, headed by Miss Kohlhagen; conference meetings, led by : Dorothy Dallon, Cottage Grove; initiation service and rituals, led by Clio Russell, Albany; advertising, led by Barbara Tripp. Albany; occupational, led by Helen Smith, Salem. Following the final assembly at the high schol a chapel service was conducted at the Methodist church ior the delegation by rtev. M. M. Stocker, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, and included organ numbers by Mrs. Hazel Ew-uig. The spiritual message presented the necessity of the setting ol a delinite lite goal; of "knowing thysell," reverence for self uud plan for service. Chapel was followed by a banquet in the basement of the club, where Meri Dee Brown, vice- piesidcnt of the Albany club, and j Grace Gilkey, presented a program 1 that included music by the high I schoul orchestra, u welcoming talk 'by Miss Brown and a response by ' Floris Nelson of Woodburn. and a candle lighting service deinofi struled by Clio Russell and associates. Guests nt the conference included C. A. Howard, state superintendent of public instruction: Miss Kohlhagen; Mrs. Surah Case, state supervisor of nursery school and parent education; Florence Beards-ley, of the Oregon State Normal school, Monmouth; R. W. Traven- lor, principal of Salem high school; I Joseph Halliday of the University high school; F. . Carlton, secretin y of the state teachers' association, Salem; D. A. Emerson, assistant state scnooi superintendent and William Wymer, state vocational education superintendent. Following the banquet an initiation demonstration for home economics clubs took place at the Veterans' Memorial hall, given by the Corvallis club, after which the pin presentation and a "co-ed" Irolic took place. ' 1 1 , -i 91 BlQC'AI WEATHER Oregon Generally cloudy tonight and Tuesday, probably with rain in northwest portion; normal temperature; moderate southwest to west wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 55 degrees. Minimum temperature last night 30 degrees. River 4.9 1 Dies in Corvallls W. H. Lance, a merchant of Cor vallls for the last 25 years and an uncle of R. M. and Otto Lance of Albany, died at his home there at 4 o clock Sunday afternoon. Funeral services will be held from the Keeney mortuary at two o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Return From Portland Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stuart of Albany made a trip to Portlnnd yesterday to bring home their daughter, Botty,, who has been taking a course there to become a professional nurse. She will be at home until , about the first of June at which time she plnnr, to resume her course of study. Salem Visitor Chester Fitzwater of Salem was among the guests spending last night at a local hotel. Business Visitor . Dennis Cormier, a retired business man of Lebanon, was among visitors spending Saturday afternoon in Albany. Brownsville Visitors-Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sawyer and son of Brownsville were business visitors in Albany Saturday. Mr. Sawyer has been in the sawmill business for many years. Visit at Newport R. M. Lance and family of Albany returned last evening from Newport where they had been to spend the day,',:-- v "-.. Visitor in AlbaHy-Avery Laswcll, banker at Yon-colla, was in Albany yesterday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. W. Davis, formor residents of 1 hat place. Drill Staff Chosen The drill staff of the Corvallis Pyttjian Sisters -has boon selected to put on the initiutory work at the Pythian Sisters district convention to be held in Albany in the near future. Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fischer and a number of -friends and relatives were in Albany Sattirduy afternoon to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Fischers' brother, Julius Abraham Returns From Portland Miss Mabel Keebler of the Democrat-Herald office returned last evening from Portland where she had- been to visit her sister and friends. Visit at McMlnnv lite- Walter Ten Brook and his father j . T-l , .... I. . i. ,- . oi oauaon, wnu nas ooen spenning b i.. All lors in McMinnvillc yesterday. mi. una rars. j. s. wicewoon ann son oi riaisey iransacien ousiness u uiicu iwumu ui niuuiiy out- urday-. i. Lebanon Visitors . Mr. and Mrs. C, I. Livengoodt and E. J. Lunstrom of Lebanon iCtiiiiinui-d from I'fttce One) commerce by a utility holding company whose business consists of the "exercise of the duties, privileges and rights conferred by the ownership of all the outstanding voting stock of subsidiary public utility companies, nOot2 'of which is engaged in interstate commerce." NEW 2 - EGG POACHER Poaches more delicious, better A . looking eggs. j lip Steams them; J j . saves health values. " ; Easy-clean dome : BEG. SI. 10 cover; flat bead. NEW 4 -PIECE SAUCE PAN SET Ideal sizes 2qts., 1 l4Qts., 1 Qt. and li pts. Smooth bottoms, -j easy-clean round qJJ t corners. Hard, thick 89 sneer Aluminum. Smart flat beads. 4 REG. S2.95 covers, 79c extra. NEW STYLE SAUCE POTS Easy-clean dome cover. Smooth bottom with round easy-ctean 4-OUART corners. Steam seal. $. . New broad-grip 149 handles; or bail; or I f . one long handle.' I Also 6-qt. $1.79 REG. $1.85 (Regular $2.S5). MODERN PERCOLATORS Triple-tested; famous for deli cious coffee. New styling; easy 6-CUP clean dome cover. Bakelite handles. Also 4 -cup $1.85 (Reg. $2.20); 8-cup IIs. REG. S2.50 $2.19 (Reg. $2.75). CHICKEN FRYER & DUTCH OVEN Extra thick. Drip -drop bast-lOVSIZE ing cover. Fuel- $A QC saver steam 1 vent; a vv3 steam seal bead. L Also 12 size $3.95 REG. S3.90 (Regular $4.95). Albany, Oregon -.': o o I Lany, having taken over his ta llica 'i business. Mrs. box is to Rave for 'Portland tuday to make lie i-ccji iiiuntance cj her grand-ji.n. Wanted Truck drivers and all present union drivers, to attend Chautleurs and Helpers union meeting St. Francis Hotel, 8 p. m., tonight. Come whether you drive or not if you are interested in union organization. Union Local No.. 57. in 16 Has M?jor Operation Mrs. Helen Mason of Albany underwent a major operation this morning at the Bridgwater hospital. Henry Wolz underwent a tonsillectomy this week end at the hospital. . .... CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our kind friends and neighbors for their thuughtfulncss and sympathy extended to us during our recent bereavement, and for the beautiful 1 lowers. Mrs. Jessie Abraham and son, Allen. mlG TODAY'S STOCK, j GRAIN MARKETS ! ;-4 MARKETS AT A GLANCE By United Press Stock's irregularly higher featured by utilities. Bonds irregular and quiet; some European issues firm. Curb irregular; utilities higher. Chicago stocks irregular. Call money of 1 per cent. Foreign curriencies slightly easier in terms of dollar. Cotton irregular; distant months easier. Rubber lower in moderate trading. Stocks New York, March 16. Utility shares strengthened to feature late trading in a firming stock market today. The whole list gained from early lows after a decline led bv steels but volume was small and buyers still were cautious. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial 153.25 off .92, railroad 4G.75 off .38, utility 32.01 up .17. Volume approximated 1,830,000 shares compared with 2,560,000 shares Friday. Curb sales were 607,000 shares compared with 557,-000 shares Friday. ; Grain ' Chicago, March 16. Wheat futures reacted fractionally on the board of trade today, reflecting easier foreign cables, the more optimistic European outlook and breaking of the brought In parts of; the winter wheat belt. At the close wheat was Mi to d cent a bushel lower. Corn was Yh to V cent lower, oats wcre- to Vii cent lower and rye was Vj to cent a bushel net lower. Pressure was not heavy, but buying was limited. Selling dribbled into the market persistently but losses at no time exceeded a fractional range. COUNCIL REJECTS HITLER CONDITIONS (Continued from Pane Ont) ulation of the l.ocarno und Versailles treaties, on which France's demands for sanctions were based. Cotinril Not Competent The first resolution dealt with Hitler's voting rights. The second declared the council is not competent to discuss Hitler's demand for consideration of his peace proposals. The council's attitude was that Hitler's peace proposals concern only the Locarno powers Clormany, Krancc." -Belgium, Italy and Great llritain, and not the full council. The decision that Germany cannot vote if she sits with the council was based on the Locarno pro- THKKE'S KAK more to complete insurance than writing the policies. We give extra services at no cost such as studying all your fire risks and property values, before writing your policies. Owen Beam Agency . !I5 West Second St. 475- Opposite 1'ost Office DR. CHAN LAM Chinese Mrdirine Co. Nut ural rtmtdiar Iff divonlrrt of livvr, tomai'h. glum!, kin A urinmry iytm of mn and womrn. Nw diroerjr for itr d.ahttr Without Ih a t of tiiMilin, 11 )rm in m,tn Natunnvaihk Y T Un, N.D. t'ltaipi R(Hm and 2. Venetian Theater KM.. Cor. Ftnt und ttrvadalbm ta., Albany. OffU Hour: ? p. "ri to a i. m. 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Terminal Barber Shop. inM-lti Vis.'tor from University Laura Marr.arel Smith, a student in tile University of Oregon, and society editor of the Eugene Morning News, is spending the day in Albany at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. .Smith. Writes from California Fred liluniberg, of Hondo, Oil., a suburb of Los Angeles, writes the Democrat-Herald asking about ,,,., .-.Irl tii fi-i.mrt ti Allium, liii fitrmet' Immiv He l'linill'tK Hint he has become blind in one eye, but able to be about. Hrrr from Salem Arthur Doyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Boyle and George Kel-Ioku, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kellogg of Salem, spent Sunday and today' in Albany visiting nt the homo ot D. S. Smith. Boyle is a Kiaiidsun ot Mr. Smith. At Albany General Nelson .oiler underwent a tonsillectomy this morning at the Albany General hospital, Kezin Robinson of Corvallis was admitted yesterday for medical attention, having Mittercd several cracked ribs in mi automobile accident Saturday and Mrs. Harold Knapp received treatment yesterday at the hospital for a hand intection. Meeting Tuesday The Albany oianeh of the American Association of University Women is to meet tomorrow evening at ti o'clock at the home of Mis. Otto Lance. An interesting pitigiam is to be held, members announced. To Itchrarsc ToniRlit The Albany Symphony orchestra wil lrchcarse tonight at 7:30 o'clock in th." First Presbyterian chinch. A large tutendance of the personnel of the orchestra is requested as only a tew more re-heai-sals will be held before the next concert early in May, it was nunounced. To Meet Tuesday Alpha Temple No. 1 of the Pythian Skiers wilt meet Tuesday evening in the K. ot P. Hall, Sec- I end and I.yon streets, it was an- mmnccd by Mrs. Gwen Shall-1 non. M. E. C. New Attorney Arrives Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Sox of Albany became li.e parents of ho H iGumt son S.itmdav mailt at the Knnmimiel hospital m Poi t- land. The ward Kill babv was named Ed it the drt child In DON'T SLEEP ON LEFT i SIDE AFFECTS HEART j If M.iiuai'h (IAS prrvrtit u un i i(t M Mlv ti Aitln ii.ii. one itor biiim ltmht. to- were business visitors in Albany Saturday afternoon. From Astoria-Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sitten and Raymond Lastro of Astoria were among the visitors spending the weekend in Albany. D. V. V. to Meet The Daughters of Union Vet erans will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. M. A. Klnpotz, 115(1 West lh, for social evening. From Shcdd Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pueh of Shcdd transacted business and visited friends in Albany Saturday afternoon. Visitor in Albany Clinton F. Stoddard of Troutdale arrived in Albany last evening on u business trip. W. B. Morituu Out W. B. Morgan was on the street today for the first time in six weeks following a major operation. Leave Hospital Mrs. Floyd May of Albany, and son. Konald Karl, were dismissed today from the Albany Osteopathic hospital. From Olymplu I)r. Wayne Ili'id);eford, mvm,,;., Y'."l"t, former icsidcut of Albany, and a brother-in-law of Fred Dawson, spent the week-end iv, i,...n -n,. Oonnlrl Dunn of .luiiction City ,s ,,, Albaiiv for the dav to at tend the funeral of his mother. Return from Ashliiiid- Mrs. J. F. F.iiiinctt and lier returned father, J. J. Putnam, Small At-Occasloii Frock is Yours to Make uud Triumph In! Pattern I'M It Style-conscious women land don't say you aicn't one1) will lind the promise of smartness fulfilled the minute they slip into tins trim, young truck a simulated two-pieee style. Fresh and new as tlie fust breath of Sprinc.. it answers for more occasions than your fondest dreams dared hope, and in every way lives up to its promise of easy making. 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