Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 18, 1936 · Page 2
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March 18, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 2

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V PAGE TWO THE A8 AMY VpfcMOCR ATH FR'AL'D, ALBANY, OREGON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18,-1936 CO nt an early hour this morning at the Albany General hospital. Mrs. Spring Showers Have Their Afe fits l I SCARPATI THOUGHT FATALLY INJURED BY AMBER'S BLOW suitable for apparel purposes was moved but .requests were mere scattered and individual transactions were smaller that two to three weeks ago. Prices were steady on spot foreign wools. NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 8:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbough, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by Svval carrier. Report all other coTdfjlaints to the office, Phone 15 The Albany Demoeral-Hgrald New York, March 18. Tony Scarpati, 22, was injured probabU fatally by a knockout blow ifO ceived last night in a lightweigitfi fight with Lou Ambers. Herkimer,; N. Y., championship contender, Ambers knocked Scarpalj un-: ; -. conscious in the seventh round of Neither would taltto the physi-a bout at Broadway arena sched- : cian, he told thelicers, so the uled to go 10 rojlJis. Ringside ob- two were locked separately in the servers said hissnead struck the Lebanon city jail while the tiflof- ring floor. His skull was Iractured and he suffera severe hemor-1 rhaee. v i "i4P mf The knockdown occurPwl just hot and were covering up to es-before the bell ending the round, cape detection. Scarpati's seconds worked over I Upon their return the officers him during the minute intecnis-; found acrowd gathered about the sion but were unable to revivenim ' city jaCSand learned that the two for the eighth round. He was tak-. had aroused the town with a noisy on to a hospital. O demonstration. . Ambers was qucsaSined but was j Sheriff Shelton and puty TIIK WEATI1KH Oregon Generally lair tonight and Thursday, but with local cloudiness or fog In west portion; normal temperatures; moderate changeable winds off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday local ly 58 degrees. Minimum tempera- ture last night. 32 degrees. River ! 4.3 feet. Band Mothers to Meet Mbthers of piQ's of the Madi-O'0" ii " l- 'TM i I H; x rijlit ((51 your dome without the aid ; I -TH.rSPH.LCO y MM I b , . . . '"-.t. ... . . :ivi I I ir.froergcinc; I not arrested. Detectives and tight ; officials agreed the Injury was un avoidable. Pine Grove Program Schedule o Peoria. The Pine Grove Community ciub will meet Friday evening March 20. The entertainment will be from Eugene. Dr. W. H. Dale of Eugene will tell of his trip to Europe and the Holy Land ! Hojv L: ier. which he visited last sui Dr. Dale will also bring other program numbers for the evening Everyone invited to be present to hear tr evenini of entertain-1 I vvorld-Wicie 1 ment. The committee serving on! the point where they wrecked the program are Mr. and Mrs. An-' th,olr cr- As soo a? thl:' selected drew Dobrinin. Mr. and Mrs. Will . whttr-they presumed to be the ap-..nr.r.fr o.,rf in- vt mooc ; PoloJd spot, she related, they lor use on awC Tlf Inble or book- 4 Ay : ( rubbed c a b- 'net. Com. Special Tcrcn) ' bi,i,,-in "'"' l son, ucmrai ana mapie scnoois playing in the junior band are asked to meet Thursgfy afternoon at 4 o'clock with Kren Luper, band director, in the libpay of the cyitral school.. : Portland Visitors ' J. H. McMurray, M. Lynch and' F. J. Howes of Portland spent last nigh't in Albanysn business. Visits Brother Mrsr. R. L. Fairfax of San Francisco visited her brothel1, J. P. Alexander, yetqrdajft'n her way to Portland to visit hex mother. Leaves for Effgege - l' -' Miss Lela Bray, secretary of the Albany chamber of commerce, Is leaving Thursday morning for Eu gene to attend the annual confer- enco and school of chamberpot commerce secretaries... Wc hayo.v a hair cut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop , ml8 Returns Fro rortla Robert Templetia Veturaed last evening from .Portlioid ., where lie had been for.Jho day on business for his llrm, ... . , business Vitor Mr. M6ri, of Hawkins and Roberts real estate and loan firm of Salem, was in Albany 8i business yesterday. To Adfffess CMMJJSf 4 Stale Commander ' George L. Koehn of the American Legion is rveny was formerly known as Miss i Marguerite Ward. From Virginia t Miss Helen Caldwell of Huntington, W. Vir., arrived in Albany last evening on a business trip. Returns From Yakif Mrs. S. Stenberg.Tffother of Roy and Al Stenberg iif Albany, who has been spendin.he winter at YakimaQit the home of her son. Rev. H. L. Stenberg, arrived in Al- I bany yesterday to make her home for the summer. Business Visitors . C. L. Holmez and M. R. Sitter of Portland were business visitors .-.'pending last night irbany. Farmers pinion Program The TWIman community club i will present a program at the Farmers . Union Central Santiam hall near the CottoiJiod dance hall Friday evening, March 20. The program is to begin at 8:30 and approximately two horns. Albany Merchants Selected A group of Albany merchants have been selecig to pass judgment on the showindows of Cor-vallis merchants Friday evening. March 27, at the annual spring opening. April Fools Party , The Sweet . Home 'ownsend club, which met on Monday evening of this week, decided to feature an April Fool's party on its next rcting, April 6. dim minium, biuueiu jii nit-' state university aYugcnc, arrived in Albany Monday to spend the spring vacation at his home lge. frcaS &!S13v89 U c. Koos, farmer in the Plainview neighborhood, trana'cted business I and visited friends in Albany yes terday. da BroteSj John Hooker of the Hooker electric store spent yesterday afternoon in Lebanon on business. Mr. and Mrs. Larkein Trulovc of the Tnllman neighborhood are to be guests of honor of their neighbors and friends at the TuJI-man hall Sunday, March 22, it being their golden Weddiirfl nnnlv--sary. A basket dinner Will e served ana ine any spam in gi Qiformnl (Social way. sga e Mr. linri Mrs.oMax Kelly of Ac- pound son this morning at Ahv Albany Gi;ial hospital, iln mutlier and Puby are reported to be doing well. Mrs. Kolly was Marguerite Ward, niece !5M's. Daviil Fi-oman 6f Albany. " Hero fr6E3 C0peSE Among the University ig Oregon sUulenU who are sia'iuiing llic spring vacation in Albany with their parents, are Julljino Fort-miller. Dud Robertson, Clair Hof- jliuh, Jumes Clmtuii, Willie mior, Jjohn Daly and Roger Putnam. Stanley Gregory, son of Mr. and Mi'4 A. V). Creenrv of near Al bany left Ihi.; (fining for (.'Slii'or-nia with the Oregon State college varsity' rowing crew; The team will compete wfei crews in I'alo Alto and Berkeley before (eturn-iiitt.,honie. The trip south was fi nanced by the Coivallis chamber of commerce. HrrO from C'pva3ii& Kd Booley of unQou Slale college is spending he sprii'Q !la-lion in Albany with his purenis, Mr. and Mis. John Donley. Froth BooJB8S9e& "Sj cum J U N CULTISTS GET SALl TRIP IContinufd f liv.in Ouel " icers returned to the wreck to vestigjf" furthe further, convirj now oi ineir prisoneifajrwere iDKriii ivuns joined torces wuh the irate offii and the questionin was resuiwrd Burgess still paWftd questions wun vague and rumbling answers. but his wife revealed that she and o ner nusDana naa Jen tneir nome OJn a San Francisco apartment uunaiug iionuay oner naving naa a premonition that the building was about to collapse and that the world was to be destroyed. They headed north. Mi's, gvrgess said, to warn her parents, sn-. and Mrs. George Tarbelr at Olympia, .. ...til, ui v.iv; ittJl" wuiiin uuuiii. At Halscy, however, the sun di- rectea iynn to turn into the ll;u sey-UroVvyville road, Mrs. Bur Bess said, and to commit suicide at opened the throttle of their high-powered machine, threw their arms around each other and abandoned the car to its fate. When they emerged from the wreck, she continued, 'they thought they had died, so had no further use for their clothing or other material things. Mrs. Burgess gave her age as 37 antl her husband's as 34. She said ?he was a World war widow and hWs been working tfn'ithe office of the U. S. Veterans' Hospital at San Francisco. She was married to Burgess four years ago, and he had been out of work ever since. He was-Ji student of sun cult litera'-turfevthe wife said, and she had interested in the creed yiLrscu e Shcriff.Shelton.wd Officrj',V1in-rs, satiiified that' the two-'Were ters. mfnlallv r!r-:inprH in whieh enn. th0 uurgess couple had lived, and lcarneri f,.om the manager that the Wo were h nhlv resnected and hadl inot shown nv previous evidence, insanitv'' '' insanity! yji: and Mrs. Burgess had with' ti,., OMiv ii,,i,t elothiriL' and no .baggage. They had been on the road sincc Mndav noon, Final disposition of the two will await word os to their condition from the state hosopital, Sheriff Sjinlton sid today. (BROADCAST I'l-ANNE"!) Albaui; talent will furnish entertainment via radio .station KOAC for If) minutes stalling at 8 m. tomorrow, under auspices the Albany Hostess housc.it via) announced today. The program will consist of .;'ungs otiie Albany Uigu School girls' trio? in-chidiuc Doroihy Nasli. Maxinc Stenteg' and Edith Anderson, accompanied by Jamie Nash, and a talk by Mrs. Edwin Fortmiller. BllPOR tB THEFT OF PIPE IV T. Sullivan today reported to! police headquarters that since March 14 appruximaU tv 15 pounds of load pipe have been ) stolen from the Mjdisun school!' yard. Sullivan is wrecking the Madison school. 4 Clouils thai li.'ive been iikIhtimk Mohoff. Ladies are requested tl! bring cake and Jcllo. - TODAY'S STOCK, G&AFS MARKETS , 4 I MARKETS AT A C.I.ATOtD - I Hy Uniifd I'rraa Stocks irregularly lower and quiet. uonas, rauroaa mdusli-ials case; menu firm. (voles v: s. higher; govern- Curb mixed in moderate trad- muV 0'. f 1 nnr rani Only when you buy i PHILCO Foroi fit-American radido you get tlio limit (or your monry because, ONLY Ff .5LCQ has tlon la Inn mailer ol poxm'ssing nice, slum siivei liiunss lie. sides helping Mother .Nature ilnn her vernal nihe earlv i-iiiiis nr.! KivliiK liny n vouni! hlade the opiioiiunli v in He a mi Walter loiilelch inid help out n ihiniKel iivydisiiess When he tunnel charming Aniln Loulrfe stymied hv a HiiIIvwihkI puilille lur instance. AfHnr Donald Woods picked hei nr. and waded riKht in 11 may pay for his gullnntrv wuh -iiiuies niul r.nee.e.H. bill, as any young man can tell yon. it s t ill a harKaia frja 14 Model 62SJ i A Gorgeous Mew; 1936 "Slreamline" PMiLCO tins bc.-iuty tone, and ffctl ons nil aro.ind li? worli!. On'y S79,nS Ifis trade-in v.iluc on your old act, tlirn . ' Pay Only 8.i:J A VVESK, 'Seventh1 'and sciiSo-'' ftft ; s fc 1 J 0 &' ) t S f ;7 ra V S ?'h V i 1 TiJtpS'i Silt' m l!i ft V STs si 4AI p. ''''Foreikii 'currencies fractional!000"?? fhe Hew RaeJto tlial pets more foreign eIaIiOii and gets thein better! Wh deny yoursell Qi''18 plcnsurcs ol hearing all the world in your home? And . . . don't for get , , . the tone U better too, twice A3 (od , atQ-our two-year-old radio I m taks em lower against dollar. Cotton irregular; distant months uiMiuj tcisiui. ' Rubber around 7 points lower , c,usion rj,.-Irvine a(,rcod took lhe after partial rccovcry: i p;ljl. to s.ll(,m parlv thjs morning. 'fftirt Later the sheriff telephoned to the . ".' .,' , "fR "'apartment at San Francisco where , Mn 'HI. i..il ID T" U ' ...... to-be the speaker next Wodnesdayk,tiny became the parents uf an 8 LIBERAL VALUATION! Lyon Streets the. First National bank of Hood! River, Was Hn Albany business visitor this forenoon. He is hero to visit his daughter, Mrs. Julius Abraham. 1 r-i (Coutlnurd from I'ntie Our) ill a halt-do.en eastern states, menaced by the worst tlouds (.IV) wars. Floods tlu ealcned the lowei 'ii))mne river area and llic imivv hurniKtJy evacuated 43 planes iiom Anacoslut. Coast guard surf boats ajid crewswere rushi'd from llircc poinls iti Wllkes-IJarre. Pa. where the situation was describeit (ti Hejl Cross roports as the woirjt. ot any lime since the flood waters do- ..cended last week. A report reewved that a dam had burst above Vannergrifl, Pa., pouring additional thousaiuU ft noon before the Albany chamber of commerce. ROM.KQ) SGAVING Thuis. night, Albany Armory. ml8) Son Born . .. .... 0Mr. and Mis. Max Kelly are the pnients of a tii pound sun born Dis. CHAN LAM Chinese Mrdlclne "To. Natural nrm-tH for dlkordtr of liver, tuninch, gland, thin A urlnnry nyntvm of men anil women. Now dticuvvry for hukht diuMtt's without' tlw u a of liiHulin. ID yrum In hunlncM, Y, T. Lain, N.D. llpftlalni Itofin. 1 and S. Vrrwtlan Thcatrr Ulila"., Cor. Flint unH II Ur.lll.ln HI.., Al- It bany. V UMtre lliur: ic p. aVfc-tfA n Saturday Only. a'aVw'i eonmiltalion, H I u o il I I rrvsnuiT anil Urine BaBBBBaBBBBBBTltl Frf o I" of tuna of water on a city already ' er and play. In other words, the inundated. More than 1.000 re-1 Importance of a proper play is fugees were being cared for" in ajof value because it relieves one ue to Spring Opening Our Quilt Show will begin on March 26 PEMNEYS ' mi sinuii; slniwi'i;. un no t'. Repork: indicated the flood sitti- atio tun'. Mew I'.ngland was becoming acute a'i.un following high waters last week. . , Cunllniicil from I'lttre Ont'l iciininisirauon inai makes joos at a yearly average of $050 a yoati ni.r mini. iieiiir hiif "un,..i.-ii v"i wiilim. imrl eiwt nr m-meel innlei-J ials Mr, Ilooseeelt s message clearly ended possibility ol new non-federal public woi'k. for which he nl-r lotted $330.1100.0110 undei the cur-lent $4.H8O.lW0.0(IO pioguitltj ttaATBB'MBBft-' MBtyrfKatxjpic; (Cunllnurd from I'atrv One) bigger than ourselves, get togeth- from the strain of routine blisi ne,s and the every day problems of life, were mong the thought presented. - Tlu" rtVf-'1 P"'K,-0i. consisted I'M two violin solos by Mrs. S, Reitz. Salem, Ore., Mh IS. Coining from behind in the second half Myrtle Creek won thy opening game in the sovcntecvHli annual state high school basketball tournament tinfav defeating Mill City 1!H to 23. MUtSa fS FARO' 15)3 & ( AtittJI. 6fciai3 Itx) ; SUloro 5SS9 ,1, (o;Ambitious. isn't it, this pa'tern j which you may select lor any one la, of a number of roles? If you're !l one who likes to spend the morn-W on tile porch, in the garden br payingfKeighhorly calls, make it up in y pretty, novelty tub rot-ton, printed muslin or cotton shirting. On the other hand, if you want a cool. c;ji-on-thc-eyo frock for appearing (IjLr most feminine at supper, make it up in. let's say an eyelet batiste or cotton lace, and omit (he pockets. ThuJt's it 'Qid charming for eithefJirt a Wsy day. ami exceptionally easy to make, fjirfind a time-snving feature ttt cutting yokes and prettily flaring sleeves all-in-one. Pattern 2fiR2 is available in sizes 12.4. 18. 18. 20, 30, 33, 34, 36. 35JiV and 42. Sue 16 takes 3 0' 36 inch fabric. Illustrated' KUp-by-stcp sewing initructions included. n O ' Send FIFTt'FV CENTS (15c In' coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams nattern . I- i i ' 7 "hi to of gj licci ,CJ oss disaster relief stalion in ; Viinnei Lril'l. A duen Maryland towns sent appeals lur aid in evacuating citi- zens. The ritomac river was ris- Imp swiltlv n lhe ne.ik of tlu Hood passed dim iisirawm fion. the Ctimbuilnnd area which was inuud.ile'i to a deptn of 10 feet nine plaets during the night At Point ricas.il.t,. W. Va the rest id' the flood was expected late today or early tfjrnoriow. City of- Mcials asr.efl the Tied Cross to send tiueks and boats to aid in Hi .. e'r.cuitiou. j I, : uomic cna ADS RRINO FaaJaaaaaaaaniy . . i I i IfSp ( . lllmill. Vice lj1" "' ('. SVihniiin, vice if : . Al IMC UUfWIki A BITlE AT TME EWffe o " " uiiii iu. iiiu stock market turned irregularly i kiwui iuuti.r.. iiusuiuiiiB uiu siiHip advances mttfe Tuesday. Decline ranged to more than 2 points ana-'n ringea io more man z points ana- o-aning was cxircmciy auiei. iding was extremely clutet U. S. Steel, Bethlehem Steel, ' i..n.vsifi unu mnniuni i cicpiamo were among issues to drop o point or more. No pressure was exerted against the market but there was no ction to extend, yesterday s j any. yi Dow' -Jones preliminary closinr, averaKrs showed industrial 155,78 off 0.5(1; railroad off fj.4ti, utilitv 32.21 off 033.' Volume approximated 1.750.000 shares compared with 2.24.001) shares yesterday. Curtt sales were 593.000 shares compared with 662.000 pbjires yesterday. Crisis) i Chicago, March "18. May wheat broke more than 4 ent a bushel on the board of trade today bringing general liquidation into other cereals. Others di'optied to new lows for the season. ; A close rally on short covering scaled losses. May wheat finished cent net lower, while new ciops were off i-s to 14 cent. Corn was down la.to s cent, oats were off to ss cont and rye was down 1 1 cent, . Q Boston, March " 18. Continued tiuietness prevailed in the wool market, according to today's report the U. S. agriculture department. Q J Not enough- inquiries were received to test asking prices on domestic wools. A little foreign wool ,i - m Ctadill ac Four-door Sedaiipri excellent condition and reSLirts the fin- of rare. This big roomy car idcV?. just the thing for a large Vjrtlly to makb a trip in. Full price $167.50 Chrysler Coupe, '27 Model 50. very good tires.' Mechanically fine shape. Full price $124.00 Model A Ford Touring, paint new. 70 per cent rubber. Motor in gigtd shape. New clutch and transmission. Full price $137.50 These cars are in storage at Alexander Motor Co. and must be sold this week. ALEXANDER MOTOR CO. Second and l.von Albany W III 811J" tS) V5L1.- O RaDguins o i ' p. of LJJ :-- AneTEvery Day Good Food jf J 50i Get the Ktltr lluhlt for Lunches, Dinners V VS and In-bctwren snacks. i 'i V$ii..rN. 'S; . Tl-iE , ELITE r?, MWMk. 1 VONFKCTIONERY ANT) CAFETElt'lA ' " IB) jC vfTrK:VvcW3t n Broadalbln Street I'lione I72-J li tV f" V-X V" --jZ's& i . '1 y ra-SK 1 - - ' DI'.M OCR AT-HF.RA I.D SEVEN CrOWN - tur,nt's. , Jfc.'.v vtr, .lU, j,,,,.'.V, J WANT . RESULTS St $.20 PER PINT N - iVfa Ojfiett .NVlf i'r (fkTIIinTY CKNTS (30c tor both. 4Write plainly name, address and mam sivi" number. r.K SURE TO STATK SIZE. He sure to order OCR SPRING PATTERN UOOK for smart new. clothes that'll fit you and your needs to a "T"! tiay. practical frocks lo cheer ocy work. Lovely party frocks ai'z-ports clothes lo flatter ycu at play. Collars, blouses, skirts for multiplying costumes. Chic slenderising styles, j Patterns for tots Fabric and ae-' co-sorv news PRICE OF BOOK FIET1TN CENTS BOOK AND A 1 PAT-TERN TOtlETHER, TWEN-1 TYliyrVE CKNTS. , I Address orders to . Democrat-. Herald, Pattern Department. I i Over Brrott Brft. Stdre Albany,' Ort. 0 ' 77 Office nprn's a.m. to 5 p.m. PHONK 264-J j J Everyday; Saturn Included. 2682 lU-tCW ' " t'i I 1 ' 1 1 l. itl'iM;Lntilr, .ff.-DMIrK: L o

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