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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON o TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1936 0 hands of merchants, working houis lost byn probably 2(10.000 em Bridges Mocked by Rivers' Vast Sweep at Portsmouth at last Sunday's services at the local church. J. Deo McClain was elected as alternate delegate, it was reported. FORMAL OPENING ENLARGED CAFE SET WFDNESDAY ployes T.f mills. icki M, stores and offices, and nM c of fertile furml(tg auOM iiytlc sea. the estimated appeared to b? NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS "If your paper haMiot been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Robtbough, 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 Association Meeting The Women's Association of the First Presbyterian church will meet tomorrow afternoon' at 2:30 o'clock for the monthly meetini! "r "S''V," n6 Welfare authorities feared that oi me association, members an nouncea. Second and Lyon is announced for the thousands of families left Wednesday night by R. M.! Uliout means of support by de-"Shorty" Saar, proprietor. Sand- i stroyed stores and lactones, and wiches and coffee will be served, thousands ot others made indigent The addition of a banquet room, by destruction of their houses or equipped both with large tables loss of home furnishings, would and with booths provides space for I seriously tax relief rolls. Pinochle Enjoyed The Women of the Moose stated their regular Monday night pin 90 more patrons than could be ac-1 LAW mcKi ochle party last night at the Variety Planned as Offering by Juoiors Moose temple, with eight tables being made up. Prizes went to THE WEATHER una Parsons and W. Grubbe. Oregon; ;UpseUled tonight ajid Officers Club werwntsgay; witri snowers orsnow flurrleg Sin southwest nortion to night; (Crwjiins temperatur;.4resh. commodated formerly. Mr. saar says. The banquet room is provided with a lobby leading off of the main cafe room. The new room will be available for club gathering and civic affairs. The main public room of the cafe has been completely remodeled and redecorated and will take care of 20 patrons in booths and at the counter, making a total of 110 which can be seated in the cafe. Mr. Saar has operated the Monarch for the past five years. The Officers club of the Degree of Honor is to meet tomorrow night at the home of Bertha Falk at 8 p.m. mttmtgrs stated. nortnerly wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 44 degrees. Minimum temperature last night 35 degrees. Rainfall .08 inches. Hiver 3.6 feet. Visit in Lebanon Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Fish of Albany spent Sunday in Lebanon visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bus- From Plainview :Rdss' Wagner of the Plainview community was an Albany business visitor yesterday. TOWNSE5NE) RULING REVERSED From Stayton Mr. and Mrs. E.' E. Goode of Stayton were Albany shoppers and (Continued from Pace On?) visitors yesterday. . From Cloverdale Bill Hatfield and Vic Leonard of Cloverdale, Tillamook county stockmen and farmers, were business visitors in Albany last night. Stunts, singing, dancing, music, and a "radio" program will constitute the contribution of the Albany high school junior class tp the fun and frolic of the annual high school carnival, to be held at the armory here next Friday night. The juniors are arranging a miscellaneous program which they say will be so designed that everyone should be satisfied. Theirs will be one of three groups of stunts which will constitute the carnival entertainment offering. Participating in the junior class phase of the affair will be: Homer Groening, Doris Murphy, Elmo Misner, Jack Southworth, Gale Oglesbee, Paula Hunter, Janet Coultard, Frank Blanchard, Raymond Schrock, Willard Mallow, Kenton Bradley, Frank Merrill, Ralph Romaine, Genevieve Brad-shaw. Myrtle Compton, Ellen Hou-ser, Tom McClellan, Bud Smith, Margaret Kizer, Eddie Gipson, Bill Morgan, Barbara Tripp, Laura Jean Dehm, Rebecca Walkup, Margcnc Stewart, Maria Rldders, Betty Jane Quigley, Jennie Van Dahl, Saylor Dawson, Russell Gott, Bod Anderson, Jimmy Robertson, Blair Warner, and Jack Hall's orchestra. From C'rablree H. E. Mullen and Alfred E. Meyer of Crabtree were in Albanv today arranging for the funeral of their father-in-law and father, John Meyer, who died at his home atoriul candidates for the Oregon primary, which in several instances chose Townsendites over Townsendites. Haaattn Out Again Action of the Oregon area board of fast Friday in ousting Charles E. Hansen as state manager and appointment of James Logan in his stead, which was rescinded telegraphically by Siemens Satur VWUor Albany Relatives Fred Miller of Portland is spending a few days in Albany at the home of his brother-in-law, L. P. Leonard. mere at an early hour this morn ing. . Business Visitor ' F. M. Sexton of The Dalles ar- rived in Albany last evening on " Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Sawinnar of day, was affirmed. Hansen is out, Salem are parents of a 7V4 jXRjrKwl "l K'CIHfl Wl U I 1 I 11 L. . VTk i . p lnro"Kn u"s pa" son born at 7:45 Tuesday morulas " "v"1 at tne Albany Osteopathic hsspital. The boy, a second child, has been named Larry Ervine. Construction Men If re A group of Oregon Electric construction men. arrived in Albany last evening to make some repairs on the road in this section. To Lead DSsoussfms . : Dr. Quirinus Brecw, haatt of Uee California Vergstajxtes Pat Under QttoifotfJ$ie Logan in. Jack Bard.e, who has been "out again in again" several times as a fownsend speaker and organizer, was . "out again" and reportedly resigned this time. Several minor officers of the state organization were also replaced. An assertedly large group, sympathizing with Baide, or with Hansen, have proposed a "revolt." BwlavTseikiewts tenavvet Dr. Townsend has ordered that no endorsements be made in primary campaigns- This removes the official endorsements for the senatorial races, of John Jeffrev. L,ae a Vua4 lLi'lamd the 01iv riVt-rj is riiuwn Iwe, Kivmg a vivid conception of the enormous area wnicn nas been submerged by the swaUmd w4r of tW iwAgiity srenv as it gvur.s toward the Mississippi. Here, ni Portsmouth, O.. th Scioto empties into the Ohio and be 8tiems b.ttar(rtl at tle city's striwig ftood wall which turned back a crest of 00.5 feet in 1S. Water is shown beating over the floor at the lril! in tto jUHHm nrA liiiiia at this e4ye the fctry and residence scta at tin fiM..ln the djstenct only the trees "- - ; -' icti hiighiw grauiMl are above the torrent. - . . . , Albany college history oepmtituxti, left for Portland today where he was to lead a panel discussion in the natioo-widte observance dy for busiiwae ii.ru) inkist.riil (jroupt f hc X. W. C. A. ut S-M p. m. From Salem W. R. Berdfcf at Salem was among the out-of-town bireiwtjss visitors spending last MjM i Salem, Ore., March 24. Quarantines were set up today at Ore but rye met rencwe4 liquMMion 1 1 termcnt was made in the Hiyer- plans for a girl scout benefit card gon's borders against the vegetable ind di nuped :'i to a cii"it. side cemetery. Those in 'charge of weevu ana peacn mosaic on orders from Governor Martin and Solon party, to be held some time in April, and for serving the Modern Travelers' guest day dinner, also at a date yet to be announced. ltU T. White, slate director of agricul . From K'rfiSlknav- Mr. and M-fs. Gfona mi Portlawtl, former reswkj!i at t'Uss section, s.yeivt SMnSoy in Albany cs the esls of reia-tlvos awl frimki. m&m markets PogjnqiBeD the floral offerings were Mrs, I. f F. Marnish, Mrs. U. C. Flory, Mrs. j Clarence Caldwell' and Mrs. lutft Churchill. The pallbearsrs were IB. C. Flory, K. I'. Moi'jtM, Jtoy Cooper, Hugh Churchill, t.. '. liurnisch and Scott Churcmll. lWfl.lt nlon lu n:..U A oricsn L,ian passed a resolution rr1I,U,nd' WPuMican, and Theo dore G. Nelson, Salem, democrat. It also ture. The vegetables weevil is infesting carrots, radishes, mustard, turnips, spinach and celery in California, the quarantine order said. Peach mosaic has been found in oxjressinu disapproval (rf a move Tanaant. (Sewcial) Jkv. J. SftcKee oif Walls) WalKi, ccmfiw- throws these races open lor Townsend votes for Sam Brown, Gei vais. republican, and Willis E. (iliwettw erf thif (jwjwsl kmr& o$ tin ment now under way to abolish military training; at the University of Oregon and Oregon State colloMe. Colorado, Utah and Texas. Impor ssnttlMxaist churcjn, Stouth, will k Titoxn- Va A1h"an5 Mr. anil Mrs. Mite SmilvkarA at Lebawon two in ABtuaty twifeiy trying ts flaw! a rosWaatee. K9r. Srenrtft-n rd has recently been tgjtiniwted deputy sheriff. 1 9leuK(hiy iSDumih 2 i 5:0 ).m.,On the Campusce; 5:30 1 music; 5:48, 'veaprra, led by Bev. J. lict:kn; 8:00, dinner .concert; :.10, JTai-m our fl:M, Ag club; ! :A5, market und crop reports ami wvatW (orecast; 7:t, farm I crops; 7:15, I. II. Jcema "HalUr ! H'astuws' for Diiy CattW;" 7:, The Citimn aiaJ Hjs ifchcul "Ma- I sieaf festivals in the Schools," I Ms. and M. J. Mauike, state j i Manoney, democrat, Klamath tation of trees, cuttings, grafts or buds will not be allowed by Ore- m ra-rwwnt thia wecfteniil. w n . (Ur VmstrH Box,) Stocks cane on Eate ttliVig alter iwrly rise. - StMhiki, Amna&m emnt estm is-svs irnsMlarly linm; Mohan bcaula kwa ' ,..!( Curb Kcneralbr loww. Call money S4 of 1 per cent. Dullar slightly easier in foreif liJd a sturty cls far the young gon. popite's division Friday nifllit fol- Hot meetings followed a cov- " aui Doln 01 wnom nave dish dinner in which the or- cecl their candidacies for the sen-ganizations participated jointly. 'atorial nominations, and both of . whom have embraced Townsend- Wttqmi C4 CI& ism. ims-ltus tl cnurch Amur aiwl tae Plans for their annual Afri inart in the ciuh schuol i!iay jwo-fltrm on Swprijuy. Hhe foUioeowv can Legion poppy sale were discussed by the local Lteiion auxil- Vmfm MtfWtiflRiiS- Herma SUalnalaor of field, a former rcsMvnt at AKmmsy, arrived here yesterday to visit k brother, Qm StaaMilwr. Salem, Ore., March 24. Mrs. I 11 also will probably cause (4i'l(u tiiit of education; i:0(), mu--' a m cake slays iary at its meeting last night, after Geoi je R. K. Moorhead today filed i Walter M. Pierce to breath easier currencm. Cotton slightly lower. Rubber aruuixl 9 points lor In late traduig. it was announced by Mis. . H. for a seat on Salem's city council, I ln the second district where his sic4; :14, The world in Review Yiet P. Morris; 8:). Ore-son State Collwac Cwlet Hand: Bacon, chairman, the World War the first woman ever to seek that nutation with Townsendisni wns 1 thanhs I' resh loiiqer. :, music; l:00-:l.r. United Press newt. veirans now in nospnais are ai- ofttc in the city s history. She is ignored by the area board which ready at work making the uuypics. tin dmhttr at Henry H. Vnde-I save its smile of approval to Clint Each of the flowers symbolic of vort, veteran council member until , Haight of Canyon City for tile America's service durin the war his death last year. : democratic congressional nnmina- k3vuliton Binn Mr. and Irs. ff. C. Clark, at Sheald uio the poreMte f a daughter born yesterday afternoon at the AUtuwy Gcuacrdt fcsaswte. IMto baby weighed seven puoiuttte. Kew York, March 24. Stocks n intu selling in late trading to BMir(4) til to the CimTqir(ct(Et; Scluilliuig Mmude by a war veteran who is tion in that district. way ana prices nniycu luwur in all lOoimmakers' Hour program is being pnyeM'tw fc Suniiay: liketo by tlm cuuiraghaticn; TMi by MeV. J. A. SMSct; uAAi eiw by a. nifvJtimr at the iisk)niiy 'rt.T: "Twenty five yers as 9auaifer chool Tenclier," Mr. Uurns; num-brr by the quartet; addrcau by VilliMW lMU'aMi of Aithmt; clvruo by dial tMH by Wns Virginia Js; agldeee. "Uiv-sietis as the Chwch Schoui," ley tat missioiMtry society; seem by the juniors, led by Hie. Pttcoe Jstks; nuailair by the qtaartet; viMi'taa ay Uncle Hilly Jones; ndiiress by Loren Terhune; song by the coai-gregation; benediction; postlude, Miss Willetts, pianist. !X)fl a.m. K):IM music sections after early firmness. '":.', r,l.':1i,JnV,X.ll!. for the sale, scheduled for Mem- Sandusky. O. (U R) After the i les M. Thomas, late of Merifmri! flfWlth; 10:3. music; 10:45. KOAC Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed imkistriel lf.fl off 1.0. railroad 47.53 unchanged, 0. E. S. Eon-lib Barzillni cnntMtif Ceidur of the Eastern Star will hoM its rcMlir orial day. will be announced later, death of Edwarc L. Potter, 91, and Salem, had been given tiie I it jvas stated by members of the only eight Civil War veterans re-1 Townsend endorsement tor the! .-hjiil of the Air The Story of Oi4on; 11:00, Around the Pacific, in i U lies az.w off .11. republican congressional nomina- ! meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock ot I auxiliary louay. villain in inc unio soldiers and The auxiliary also discussed Sailors Home. A(ia Urmi Campbell; 11:15, Pacts ami Affairs; 11:30 The Story Volume iipproximtti'd ),!10.0)O shares compared with 1,W,0M0 of Kusic: 11:40, music. the Masonic temple. This is to be the regular district meeting, with Mrs. Hazci Ingram, grand conductress making an official visit. 12:00, Noon Farm Hour, 12:05. 1 "Get Acquainted Saeetil urn; 12:25, John Keirick, "Whose Safety.'"; 12:40 Market and crop shares yesterday. Curb sales were 507,000 shares compared Vjp SW,-000 shares yesterday. Graft) Chicago, March 24. Wheiit futures rallied fractionally on the Martin Johnsons, Farfious Explorers, j Snare Mtmiteys in liorneo Jungles reports and weather forecast. 1:00 p.m. music; 2:00 Poejry Mftoi Iillr Senn; 2:13 music: TVmr Kltnlltadr.s The War Mothers will hold a "pot luck" luncheon at the Mcm- nrinl litill Ml 12 nVlnrU Thiiruil.'iv tion over Harry M. Kenin of Portland, who had also turned to Townsendism. Congressman William A. Ekwall, republican, was endorsed two yaars ago but earned the undying enmity of the old age pensioners by an anti-TownsiAd speech in the house. Elbert Eastman, Portland attorney, was retained as radio announcer on the regular Townsend program. He was one of those removed by the area board in last Friday's midnight orders, when Hansen first "resigned." Two policemen attended this morning's revolt" meeting but the only disorder was oral. Caatle Perrastnant Wave. Complete with vm rj shampoo, finger wave f 9 C and haircut. OTI18 WAVIS, $1.25 fca 95 Which includes the NEW RAY machineless and heaterless permanent wave. All Permanent!! Fall Guaranteed CASTLE PEKMANttNT WAVE SWOff 1 rx ?)t A business and social hour WH1 1 uo11 01 iracie uiuay. desime easi-follow. It was anonunced. jness in other North American i m ain mai Rcts. Elected s Ioletrs At the close wheal was ' to Hex Putnam was elected as lay cent higher with all positions near delegate to the general conference the best levels for the session, of the Methodist Episcopal church Corn closed :'B to cent higher. to be held in Corvallls this June, Oats finished :!n to 'j cent higher. Z Wt, lnleresting People in the news; 2:5 Songs of Tomorrow; 3:1 "G.Wm" or Pliysical Ediicalion, "Physicul Education Viewed bv an Onlooker"; 3:30. music; 3:45, The Monitue Views the News. Nusicl Stories; 4:30 Stories for Hoys and Girls. 5:00, On the Campuses: 5:30 music; 5:45, vespers, led Ay Rev. A. L. Lonsberry. : 8:00, Dinner concert; 0:30, Oregon State Grange; 0:30, Farm John Meyer. B5, a resictant of the Crabtree neighborhood for the last 47 years and a native o Switzerland, died ut his home in Crabtree ut 2:30 a. m. today. Mr. Meyer was born March 27. 1B5I, at Zurich, Switzerland, and from his native land came to tin-United States, locating first in Iowa and going from thnre to Mis 17 Lyon St. rkwam 14 e Hero of Fiction souri before coming to Oregon. Hr. j lluur 6:30 Things Seen and Done NiO-BTHf Bis Bfco Ppijri SAL VI AiiMier to Previous I'uziln (Continued from Van? One) meyer nan speiu an or ins active Floyd Mullen; 0:45 Market and life as a farmer and was known as Crop ReporLs and Weather Foie-n worthy and progressive citizen. cast; 7:00 F. E. Price. "Managc-lle was married at Clinton, Mo., n.t f Electric Brooders"; 7 15 in 187D to Miss Anna llagmnnn. jj. D. Mk-kle, "Need of a Better Beside his widow he is survived NniiiiMu l.itnr,. f.u- Vr.,H " 174. At least 115 more were oy six sons inree daughters and a 7:30. Music for the Ktrines Cl.-ir.i I number of grandchildren The Chapman, Catherine Jordan and i unuiiiciai estimates of property damage totalled 1J75.0O0.000. The ' sources of these -estimates incltid-' sons are Albert E. and Walter E. Carol Yocum: 7:45, Municipal Af of Crabtree, Wm. G Louis E, and John F. Meyer of Portland. The lJTGje7H FEL I 51 mNA NlEJ lAlRlO SiEJ 3A Jq. TIGER BWtLC slfnqo u sOs-Ie 1.SMaTl1i HJ ' h ImDx ig -In iE IrIatt!. jpnol aaW. raTaiiaaj. MODERN) WOMEN Ncod Not SaSfer monthly pain :tnd tli'lay due to colds, norvuiis oLrmti, exjKisurc or ainiiliir tmuawa. Chi-cLca-UTsUiamuml Hiindl'illanroetlectivo. ed overnors, mayors, WPA engineers, and state hiflhwav departments- The total economic loss staggered imiajinatican. ftone indi-trialists said it .woula, pass J2.- """' Hons fairs. "Problems iu Connection with Service in Rural Areas hv Municipal Utilities" M. 11. Mc-Gune; 8:05. music; 8:15. We Write a Story, Alexander Hull: 8:30. l.inficld College; 0:00-9:15, United Press News. miaOleandRjvt. CeTikaf RJii. tiM by 12 Son lor. 15 Cinnilpiironlul. IS Diving liii d. lASund hill 21 lie marries 22 Firmly Imiilnutcd. 23 Peril. 2.1 Kuitiuuee. 27 Mystery Hint. 29 Saury. 31 Measure of area. 3.1 Musical note. .15 Tattle. 37t!lrl. 4.1 To rend. 44 t'neovers. 46 Too. 47 Need. 45 To hnrdCD. 49 Ye. 50 Brooch. r.l Eye tumor. iaju.uuu.uuo. count paaaa iting the property j HIH ii4-il4ir-' by the floods di- hMAMAMiU dampen wrnnht HORIZONTAL 1 Hero of Scott's I story of the ' same name. 7 He Is a (PM. 13 Shop front Plato. 14 Male. lTo Jeer. 17 Mouth part. 15 ttluck and blue. 20 Pitcher.. 21 Carmine. 22 RevolVmi. 24 Lair. 26 Banc. 27 Dove's cry. 28 To dole. 30 Toward. 31 Solitary. 32 Auinial. 34 Heron. 36 Soot, 35 Nay. 39 You and I. Ill And. daughters are Mrs. W. E. Watson and Mrs. H. E. Mullen of the Crabtree community nod Mrs. Frank Harrington of MontaiiiO Funeral services will be held from the Fortmiller funeral home Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. Interment will be made in the Willamette Memorial Park cemetery. The pallbearers selected are six grandsons. Veruon Meyer. Edmund Watson, Wilfred Meyer, Ernest Meyer, Floyd Mullen and Harold Mullen. rectly. business days lost by thou- 1 'IH1 I 5.S.T.y. eBta:pbat ( VKKTICAIi 1 Provided. 2 Glens. ' . 3 Sour.' . " 4 Krnsl bile. 5 Laughter sound. 6 To ejeot. 7 To Intertwine. S Exixl. 41 Dye. 42 Onager. 44 Twice. 45 .MliHTiU spring, 47 Soft mass. 48 Foolish. 1 SO Poets. f2 Dlgresslou. ft5 Reuowned. &7Ua defeats all comers In a ttD. ! USED RANGE ' . SPECIALS 53 Doctor. 54 Half an em. Of.5 Type standard. 56 Myself. ( f IPO ' 9 Antelope, 10 Flock. 11 Dogma. Members of W. C. T. U. chapters throughout l.imiPounty will gather at Albany Thursday at Hi a. m. for a combiuod county aiulQo-cal institute, to be held nt the Christen church, county officers announced today. The announcement stated that several mutters of local importance will be taken up. aiuP that W.iude ildrich. Purtlwid. state gi-rcctg), nl be tQ prtneipal speaker of tko iaty. etMi i t il ii speak at mttliiig to le.' held at 8 p. m. i tow l!iaW avterian Ouirch. TSt HWtittia will all be public. Murshfield. Ore.. JeWrch 2t. Two hundred WF.i workers threv TP It -Jf .S?jf III I w fJoW.'ioii oa, buil U.-aisJ lfeSLuaa t r..irc ivum c gre WMiiwij tne ti4yre lot of Inclal9rj in tklb Ld5 Aria, dovta tlicir shovel cw Ewvtiit and North U nd pin-cts lxip lo go on stril fit' ln!iw 'Ht.nH wages. The mail nv ere rnu.1 fr four dollars a watti. g f minimum of li t'taViaiq fO month o Harold Gray, tft fcoubje- shM)ter from Medfurd. said that ajl workers who wished to return U) their jobs Thuriy might do so and no questions would, be asked. The workers threaten to spread the strike throughout Coas county where 400 other WPA workers are employed. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson, sharks from the airplane while famous motion picture explorers. 'lyinR along the shores of Borneo BENKF1T PI .WXED I.chanen. March 24. at Special) Much iuterest is beiui shown in the desseit luncheon to be given by the members of the finance ct.imniltev of the Woman's Civic club at tho club rooms on Saturday attei noun, March S as a benefit for the l.ebunfrily have sent tlO first news of their '.' ,aF " "u,r w 44 57 the jungles. perilous journey from New York to the jungles of Borneo, where they will remain for two years The Johnsons are shown above in the New York office of Server! Inc., with Mr. F. E. Sellman, (left), its vice-president, who made available to the- expedition 9S making sound pictures of the rare jungle beasts abounding in that LAKG S)A51ES $&2Sttflim MONARCH gA??GES, $1020j0i t COLONIAL RARGlp, $J22 Also Universal, Briilye and Deach. Banquet. Ma-ju Home Comfort. Meal. Estate ii trg) other niiikes. ry ' All Q Greatly Reduced Pricg) Thosenf23 all rehjjgand good cation. AMny Bargain Housec C Second and Baer - their two kerosene-operated. Electrolux purt ot the world. One of 46 first photographs was that of a refrigerators handled in Albany by male and female "probasis" mon- the FragerfTirniture Co.. which ACTOR M.ASIIfcS TIIKOAT Mcdford. Mass.. March 24 Paul T. McCullough. 52. member of the suige. screen and radio comedy team of Clark and Mi'S4)ugh. was near death ut a hospital today after slushing his throat with n nuor in a barber shop. McCullough had been under treatment for a nervous breakdown. , 9 G K(MS KlTtS 1 1 c I L Funeral Wvhw for Mrs. Adele Kws, wlur-tiied at her counuy home in the Plainview neighbor-hoK( March 18. were held Si.tur-da.v afteriuvn truin the Fortmiller funeral home ut 2 o clock. Dr. M. M. Slocker. pastor of the First Presbyterian church, otti-ciated. The singers were James Jcnks utid Mrs, Ptcice Jcnks. iu- mm. I ' 1 1 1 ' key and the baby monkey shown are ir.4jallccrin the Johnsons' camp at the top of the above picture, on the Kinabatangan. North Bor-This is one of the strangest species neo's largest river. The refrigera-of the monkey family. They are tors are tiM-d to preserve food and red in color with a large nose furnish cooling bevewges. so need-nose somewhat resembling an vie- ed in tluQjopual lu'rfO and also to phalli's trunk. Mrs. Johnson re- keep thcn'io;osiaphi.c chemicals ported that the party could see codr . a Demucrat-Hernld Want Ads. Biiliit KcsuiU.

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