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Friday, March 27, 1936
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O O page.twqJ.- . . THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1936 for Edward Ellis Sox, ly in Portland. neighborhood, an orchardist and farmer, was an Albany business visitor this forenoon. Dobesh, Cox File for Recorder Post list of entertainers for annual Ladies night on Friday, Q'ril 3. Fred Nutting read an invitation from the Eugene Kiwanis club to Morning Star grange, W. T. Mer-zenich of Santiam grange and Oliver Coldiron of Lake Creek grange. Mr. Burggraf is Linn Eminent Jurist county chairman for raysic week. ! Justin Miller has beenWimed Bush thickets. 'hnnv chairman. - NOTICE TO CITY " SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. tW. Rohrbough, Phone 718-Y and a copy Mil be delivered by special carrier. Report oil other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The Albany. pembcrot'-Hcrald Irerlou Pnxile S0NJA VlllT'AlL HENIE eE2yJ NiQiTiE-P T 3ft To AiR 1lPrlA"S IE DIETUATf IE A i-fls LO it r v'l li'rrTMie. HORWONTAL ""Atnwer to 1 Most . lmpor-. s 10 1 N I uTaT tant Judge In l loll lolrl! the V. S. A 12 Trumpet no'lse 13 Krkh of duties 14 Braided quirt 16 Eagle's nest. 17 Ancient. 18 Imbecile. 19 Assessment amount. 20 Hound. 21 Oriental sovereign's patent.. 22 Itight. 23 You. 24 Type standard. JDJETLTIAJ IMU'wJb H E PIS) WlO K EllRJEMl OlV E R rTBMjE RIaTD I U IhQb DjA P SnUoJc ti a tI liTiir ftnEUD DTftTlAlY . m '3S-fleily , f 31) DoVer ' EfflSJE S3NiljE.f: ""! nFTliglCTRll 31 Wag, 1 3 Prop nee agon 26 Preposition. property 27 Distinctive 40 Kailroud. theory. , . ,41 To tear 29 He Is In the K'tkchea. U. S. A. 43 All rlgbt. Court. 44 Neaps. 33 Wooden 47 Ballot choke. . basket. 60 Black bird. 34 2U00 pounds. 51 Region. 3C Ills title, r2 Punitive. chief .. 3 Writing tool. attend their 16th anniversary party at Hotel Osborn Monday evening at 6:30. Edward Sox won the attendance ; prize given by Mark Weatherford. j He was also presented with a well- ' filled savings bank as custodian I INSIST UFOH A Revolutionary New Expander-type Piston .Ring . , THAT Stops oil-pumping in the worst cylinders, at all speeds. Restores original horsepower. Reduces compression leakage to a minimum. Restores gasoline economy Checks cylinder wear. Stops piston slap. You can have these wonderful new rings in your car if you tell your garageman. TROUT SEASON OPENS APRIL 5 How's Your Equipment? "Quality Tackle for Particular Fishermen" J. H. ALLISON PARTS FOR ALL CARS 113 W. 1st St. Phone 535-J J PERFECT X f CIRCLE ( 1 V PISTON A vl. r,ngs yj I '& 7" A " 6 fa T"" """" e 10 II i9 TT.eo "Z.IT ' y y, :4 i .- .t : 4- :v: 87. TOT '. jthJtT 29 AO 5S v r ; 3T feyfr, JT . i jCiV 41 42 y IS 44 45 46 "" 47 " 4to 49 so " 5i 7 . 77: 33 4 T 56 1 1 . iln.iii .J.- I 1 1 I I I I I 1 I La Two new candidates for the office of Linn county recorder have filed, ilp'h from Lebanon, and V.lh (Wnocrats. Henry C. Dobesh seeks nomination on a platform alleging that My Tijsinejs Experience Assures You oV Courteous, Conscientio ana tmcient service. He is a member of the I- O. O.O F. and Knights of Pythias lodges and has lived in Linn county 15 years, during the last five of which he has been in business at Lebanon, he says. Claude C. Cox likewise promises "Courteous, Efficient Service" and bids for the Townsend vote with the statement that tie Is "100 per cent for the Townsend Plan." LIQHJ-Oft BPFBCT TOLD 6Y W-CTU Contlnucd from Page One) Rev. Halbig. Fifty persons were served. Mrs. Tooze led again in singing to open the afternoon session and Miss Aldrich outlined the five-point five-year Frances E. Willard memorial program, consisting of cniie. wenare, citizenship, evangelical work, peace efforts and temp erance education. Harold Frezee of Albany college told what the college evangelical league is doing towards spiritual ueuermem among college students, explaining that the movement was originated here two years ago by Bruce Coie, college graduate. Patricia Holt sang "Touch not the Cup," accompanied by Mrs. Augsburger: Alice Graham. Al bany college librarian, told of the peace convention which she at tended last summer; Mrs. Augs burger read "The Sale of a Lady." TAX DISTRIBUTION DECLARED FAULTY (Continued from P One ) lion dollars. The tax rate is 3.51 per cent on the average, or $4,550,-000,000. If the property were as sessed on the basis of its earnings, or on an income of $95,000,000,000. the tax would be something over 3 billions instead of 4V4 billions. In other words, he said, taxes consume 92 of the income from real property. ; In Oregon but 2 of the school tax is paid by the state. Private taxpayers make up the other 91 of the cost. Some state pay all of the school costs from money raisea outside oi real property tax ation. McGilchrist made a plea for fix ing a limit on real property for taxation and limiting the taxes to earnings, such as is paid on bonds, etc. Dr. Joe Gray announced a fine (1 Dance with the TOP HATTERS The All Union Musicians TUMBLE INN Don't Forget the $10 Every Saturday Nite . Anist With Iron-Frank L. Snyder, Albany blacksmith, has on display in the win- dow of the Imperial Cafe, a poin-! sella made of iron. Snyder has made many objects from wrought j iron, including flowers, conven-I tional designs, etc. Although this I work is done more as a nobby, . L. Snyder & Son have many calls for hand wrought iron work and samples on display at the shop show what can be done along this line. Classes Called Off WPA classes scheduled for the high school building Friday night this week have been called off because of the high school carnival, it is announced by A. H. Gillett, instructor. Seminar Scheduled A seminar on "As I See Religion," conducted by Dr. John Bennett of New York City, will open tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the home . economics auditorium at Oregon State college. Other meetings are listed for 10 o'clock Saturday forenoon, 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon and 9 o'clock Sunday morning. TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Ktnnkc trantinnc in 0 nninfr lower in light trading. ' Bonds, U. S. .governments and ! domestic Corporation issues lower. I Curb lower after brief selling! iiurry. , Call money of 1 per cent. Dollar strong; French franc weak. i Cotton up 1 to 9 points: below day's highs. Rubber barely steady in light trading. - Stocks New York, March 27. Stocks today were adversely influenced by weakness in the French franc which foeusscd Wall street attention on the gold bloc's ability to retain present dollar rates much longer. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed: Industrial, 155.-52, off 2.21; railroad. 47.17, off 0.68; utility, 31.81, off 0.52. Volume approximated 1,550,000 shares compared with 1,870,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 502,000 share3 compared with 680,000 shares yesterday. Grain Chicago, March 27. Mav wheat dropped to the lowest level in ! more than four months on the board of trade today under influence of a break of 2 cents a bushel to a new seasonal low in that option at Minneapolis. New crop futures, however, resisted pressure, clinging around previous closing levels. At the close May was down ! cent, while new crops were Mt cent lower each. Corn was M to Mi cent j higher, oats were to 'A cent lower nd rye was Va to cent i lower. The two latter markets were around the season's lows. t i BASE BILL PASSES j Washington, March 27. The i senate today passed and sent the : house the Johnson bill authorizing the navy to acquire lands in Ala-i meda, Cul., for construction of a ' nnval air station. i O 1 .t..AU 9 Fine whetHtone. 10 Turkish title. 11 Salutation. 12 He is a - by profession. 15 Those who letter. 25 Throat secretion. S Males. step. track. rophet. 35 Imitation pearl. 26 Jesting. 37 Wrinkle. 39 Finished. 42 Johnnycake. 44 Rootstock. 45 Part of eye. 40 Lairs. 48 Sailor. 49 Priest. 50 Monkey. 52 Postscript. 55 Corpse. D4 To wash lightly. C6 Barren. 67 Polishes. VKUTH'.U, 1 Wedge-shaped pieces of wood. 2 Stag. 3 Melody. 4 Roll of film. G To corrode. 6 Song fur one voice. major operation recently nt the Bridgwater hospital, was dismissed yesterday from the hospital. Returns from Portland Mrs. A. Stenberg, of the Sten-berg Ladies' Shop returned to Albany today from Portland, where she hud been on a business trip. Goes to Portland Mrs. Lloyd Scriber left today for Portland to spend several days visiting at tho home of Mrs. Mary Freeman. Mrs. Scriber will be joined by her husband from La Grande, this week end. Mrs. Scriber makes her home in Albany with her cousin, Mrs. Fred Ward. Breaks Arm Merlyn, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Coney, of Monmouth, formerly of the Shedd neighborhood, was brought to the Albany General hospital today to receive treatment for a broken arm, which he broke at the elbow, while at play nt school today. D. W. Taylor was admitted to the hospital today for medical ntcntion and L. M. Curl, who underwent a major operation recently has been dismissed from the hospital. Plan Music Event Plans for the community night program May 8, of annual music week were to be made tonight at a meeting to be held nt the home of Lural Burggraf. Members of the committee, appointed at the community music program last May, are Henry Stewart, Jr., of Riverside, Mrs. Jess Cross of Hal-sey, Mrs. Loren Torhune of Tangent, Mrs. A. R. Sandner of King-si Ion, Mrs. Elizabeth Truax of mm Season Opens May 5 The fishing season at CIeaiv.Laku opens May 5 this year instead of the 15th of the month as previously announced. The snow is 30 inches deep at the lake, according to last report. Business Visitor B. E. Christenson of Corvallis transacted business and visited friends tn Albany yesterday. Electric Razors now $10 Hurley's Drug Store- m26-28 From C'rnbtree Sam Noble of Crabtrce was an Albany business visitotr this lore-noon. Meeting Well Attended ' The young people's district con vention of Etangelical churches, which convened at the local church last evening was attended by approximately 200 young people from the various sections of the district. Visiting In Albany, Miss Dorothy Lee Jones of Salem is spending a few days vacation in Albany at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C Wire. Moves to Albany Jack Canoy of the J; C. Penney store of Lebanon ha sacceptcd a position with tho Montgomery ward store of Albany and com menced work this week. Join W.P.A, Typing Class. Book keeping class, or both. Prof. A. H Gillctt, Instructor. m27p From Corvallis , Mr. Peterson of the Mountain States Power company of Corvallis transacted business and visited friends in Albany yesterday. Old Folks Day Next Sunday, March 29. will be observed with an appropriate program at- the Santiam Central school as "Old Folks Day," it is an nounced by the pastor, Rev. J. Fred Stillwell. A bouquet of flowers will bo presented to the oldest person present. Spring Opening The annual spring opening of the Corvallis stores is scheduled for this evening. A committee of Albany business men have been selected as judges. According . to reports the event may be postponed on account of the weather condition. Lost Between Albany and Spicer, 'brown truck tarpaulin. Will pay $2 for return. Murphy Seed Store. . tn27 RuinmiiKC Sale The women's league of Albany college is conducting a rummage sale in the building on second street adjacent to the telephone office. The sale will continue today and Saturday. Dtlslness Visitors F. J. Decs and D. F. Mooter, Oregon Electric men of Portland, spent lust night In Albany. Move to New Residence Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Safley of the Sternberg apartments have moved to their 'new home on East Water street. His parents of Portland visited them yesterday. Returns from Kansas M. H. Gingrich of the Bussnrd station neighborhood, who recent ly returned from 1 lesson, Kan., where he had been for several weeks, was in Albuny yesterday. He reports himself glad to return to Oregon owing to the .weather conditions in that country. Knights of Pythias Program An open meeting will be held at the Knights of Pythias hall this evening for the members and their families. The men me to be responsible for the program and the women to furnish the dinner which is to be served at 7 o'clock 100 PROOF BOURBON Exhaust Gas Tester & Engine X-Roy Just installed. To introduce this new way of Tuning Motors, we will conduct a FREE TEST FOR ONE WEEK STARTING MONDAY : Drive your car in for a free test. , NEUMAN'S ELECTRIC SHOP Third and Washington Street - Albany, Ore. born recent- OREGON MUTUAL Ft RE INSURANCE CO.! m McMinnvHIe, Ore. OFFERS YOU I - aw opportunity 10 SAVE OX TOES COT F YOOJft FBR-E IXSURANCB! FeKeies are NON-ASSESSABLE SEE US , EMMETT & PEARCE AGENCY 3rd and Broadalbln Sts. Clinic Building Phone 176-R DR. CHAN LAM Chinese Medicine Co. NaturttI remedies for disorders of liver, ' stomach, ttlands, Mn & urinary system of men and women. New dim-overy' tcr nunar ditibetea without the use of ItiBulin. 19 yenrs In business. Naturopathic Y. T. Lam. N.D. Physician Uimtairs Room 1 nd 2, Venetian Thtater Bldtr., Cor. First 'and Broadalbln Sta., Albany. Office 'Hours: 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. Tuesday and Saturday Onjy. Consultation. Blood 1'reasure and Urine Testa Free of Goldie Chan, N.D. Charge. For the Party Guests Who really appreciate the finer things of life will approve your serving Graves. They'll like it becu of its tasty flavor and because it blends! Crave LlqpMrj Apricot, Blackberry, Cherry Pint .85 Fifth $1.J5 Craves fat CIq o DutilUdfnm Shtttfhtt. Pint f . -Fifth $1.3 Beacon HIH Distilled Gig Pint $ ,50 Fifth $ .80 RFfl 5r"-' (fMWASfyih. BLENDS! OTHERS MERELY MIX i'. t ii tr. i i in . THE WEATHER Oregon and Washington: Rains in Xvrst portion and local showers or show ilOri rts';m east portion toitijlit inid V Saturday;, temper-ature below-normal; fresh change-able'W'irids, "mostly" West' to southwest on coas,t, ' . ' Maximum temperature yeslcr-dfy locally,' 50. degrees. Minimum temperature, lgst ;rilht 43 degrees. Rainfall,,. 55 Wthes, River, 3.5 ft. Reported ini--,"'' .."'.'.'. ' Miss Lela iBray, secretary of the Albany chamber of commerce, is reported ill-today and confined to her home." aT!i;1 '' ' , .' O I, ; , , - ; Portland Visitor--ii, ;nr H. J. Johnston 'Of Portland was among ..HHV VkHotri sponding last night in.AJbaoy ''on a business mission. From De ver - - Gilbert Qrftsho'ng 'of the Dryer HOWDpES A KNOW WHERE TO GOT Is When you take "medicine, it goes everywhere, so -some is bound to reach the right spot. . Your problem is to .know where to go lor your medicine. That's why we keep reminding you of our prescription department. . ' . , if . HERE only the freshest, finest drugs are used. Here each Prescription is compounded with skill and care. Here, too, a registered pharmacist is ALWAYS on duty. Your doctor will tell you this is a dependable place to bring your next prescription. HURLEY'S DRl'C. STORE ' NiqktCbtmhs ed ng. i OREGON'S FAVORITE Try It m i;nihnitiiirVifc J Special Communication St. Johns Lodge No. .17 A. F. it A. M. Fridny cwning.'MHrch 2, 7:30 P. M. Entered np-prentice Diirree.' Light -He-frrslimcnts. A. E. HORNING, Worshipful Master. FULL BODIED STRAIGHT SERVE IT mm MWiiiiW Ti fill Monosmtn UM know. aulttrattoti; Amrrirnn diklillrn to fit It la a now on no othr. if il To Return Home Dr. and Mrs. D. V. Poling are expected to return home today or tomorrow. Dr. Poling, representing the state educational institutions, has been on a tour of several weeks, visiting the high schools of the state. MODERN DANCE Moose Ball Room tonight. m27p Visiting in Salem ' Mis. Guy Howe is (pending a few days in Salem at the home of her Bon, Loren Howe, a former Albany resident. Leave for Kansas Mrs. Leo Leigh and her sister, Miss Virginia Jackson, left Wed nesday of this week for Independence, Kan., being called there on account of the death of their sister, Mrs. Leo Wilkerson. Lebanon Visitors-Mr. and Mrs- Norman Smith of Lebanon were Albany shoppers and visitors yesterday afternoon. Tukes Over Class- Miss Edith Bear has taken charge of the swimming class which has been conducted by Miss Daphne Wyman. The class will continue to meet at 7 o'clock Wed nesday nights at the Hostess House, Third and Ferry, where tickets for the course may be obtained. New Term Opens Registration is open for the new term's work in the free WPA typewriting and bookkeeping classes conducted each night ex cept fwiturrlny and Sunday from 7 to t) o'clock in the high school building under the direction of A. II. Oillettet. The classes arc open both to beginners and to those who wish to review. Son Born A son, James Dean, weighing 7Vn pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilber, of 522 Cula-pooia, about 5:31) Thursday alter-! noon at the Albany Osteopathic t hospital. He is a second child, 1 the other also being a hoy. I.ettprs Vnrlalnird The following letters remain uncalled for nt the post office: Lester L. Crane, Miss Jean Gray, E, S. Hand, Mrs. K. M. Jeffins, Jan esi t. Jones, Miss L, E. Morgan, Mi J. K. Mittnurr, C. A. McKnight, jess memos, mis. nenicn. i Leaves Hospital Helen Mason, who underwent a TIMK HK KOMAS KIGIIT-FOUTY WINE NOMA'S EIGHT. KORTY WINK 1. tlie party drink of f,. mint HRjoymrht. (I A product of America' largest winery . , . Roma Win Company, Inc., Ixili, Calif. BOTTLID AT THI WINfRY Port TOMS (Ul. Enoy, too, Roma's 8:40 Brandy and la Bohem Win. Pm rf w. m THE TRUTH ABOUT AGEING OF LIQUOR! 1 j yi lv 10TOW 1 yj No. I WMtkty hu quUt). and prtc piral lor xoil wh It U a airtight lOB-iirwf bourbon whUti nb niutral uptrtti. ni JuM plain, old-(ahionr(l llourhnn. made only I'. . know how and aald t m prlif your intra. frttnd of your falhrr'a and riM of th ot popular in Oregon. Try on botll and you'll hac n nuts ;&jiTt$H THi mark It yvilB3Jl I r-fj RAMI DO YOU KNOW that gtiod apple brandy, made like we make it at Hood River, has a natural Smoothness and palatability which equals years of ageing in other liquor, and costs half as much! Here's the ceason: The juice of sourtd, ftns flavored apples, after being fermented and distilled by most modern methods, contains practically no fusel oil. In other liquors this must be ever come by years of ageing. The consumer must pay these added costs. Hood River "Old Delicious" is made in a f$w,modern distillery, equipped with latest type all-copper still at a cost of $30,000. The run of brandy is being constantlgjtested in our own scientific laboratory. Then it is Stored in new charred oak casks. Wherever a fine whiskey can tie ujl, can use Hood River Brandy at maofe ka price t Makes wonderful Old Fashione$, Manhattans, Sidecars, Toddies. Its superb bouquet makes it marvelous for highballs. It's fast becoming one of the most popular drinks in Oregon. Just try a bottle today! Full 90 proof No. 413C full pint 90c; No. 413igfull quart $1.75. Made by Hood River Distillers, Inc., Hood River, Oregon. s 0 STRAIGHT v&!S5sfZVf IN0REC0N AS AN OLD-FASHIONED " OR IN A HIGHBALL 1 f -Wffr flrW1! II c Cr"tI Son &3)' otton.Maii. JL

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