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Friday, April 3, 1936
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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON FRIDAY, APRIL" 3, 1936 : I 1 days in Albany visiting his aged father, J. II. Angstead, and his ' sister, Mrs. Ben Bartcher, and ! Tom Linville, Elmer Miller, Percy Walker, Ben Roth and George Ziegler. , Quizzed in '$100 Slaying' m Work Ueiderw.(iy .on ietfVig GyignasiQrg family. .Vlsltpr n Albany' " " ' , . NOTICE XO CITY ' SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Hohrbouih, Pbon 7UY and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report oil other complaints to the office, Phone 15 '' The Albany Democrat-Herald . -Lebanon .-(Special) - ChSles fWA HOT PEA, ' L. Swain of Corvallts, who was the . . , .,, successful .bidder on the generaP SAYS JtOCRLEY W. H. Buchanan of Cascadm transacted business' and .visited friends in Albany yesterday. construction of the gymnasium for the high school, began-work on the project on April 1. At the end of (Continued from Paite Une Reported Ill-Henry Hawk of the Holley neighborhood is reported dangerously ill at his home. ' er said "this is their supreme at-. GWJn CM Willi tempt to resume their place among j." w the nations of the world, and they , 3&e raWM Vrews intende to attain that place no . . matter what may be the cost." 1 Anmmncement was made , d "noSS alM vdisu" Va?y ' at a. group of stereopticon s.ide tiouiit-eu on " . picturing India will be shown at Thi XT CorV'""i neXt the Albany Garden club show to- Thl H',h undertook consor- "'K1'1 in the city hall at 8 o'clock shk. of the Mon b Mr' and Mrs" W' B" s8Wl. LhfeP drivin ho"w wniche?s to be missionaries from India who are conducted here also next Thurston fui lough here jay. . j Mr. and Mrs. Osgood will dis- ------ cuss the pictures. They had lived " in India for six years. Mrs. Os-GASOLIJKi: MUCES UP 'good will also display a. dress typi- Local service stations today were cal of .those worn by .the native all displaying signs stating that the women of that country, members price of gasoline is back to the of the garden club today said, level which is occupied prior to' The club's flower show pfficial-thc two and one-half cent redue- ly opened at noon today, with a tion of several weeks ago. The two t profusion of daffodils and .other and one half cent reduction made I spring flowers on display. The at that time is. thus wiped out and ; show is public, as tonight's ster-the price of second structure gas ' eopticon exhibition. is now 19 and one half cents, orj' : 1 21 and one half cents for ethyl. TV-H.'Want Ad- Bring Result h. day much of the debris had , diplomatic activities in the been rqmoyed and construction ; Panama canal zone Rev. stocker W'r.h!f'nc "l 8 ,T d?tyi- ' ew the conclusion that while the : T rSi J ? nrven vf a 6 ' Lati American countries are still S2bta,d aLndryh0eatrnr,1and' ttTZ? f g thC I B.ugyim.n Eric Sbop..,Ubanon, j ''JSl f" TrTtH s I? we. .r 'mm. wiring.. Visits Parents Den-ell Rohroough of the state engineering department at Salem was in Albany last evening to visit at the home . of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Rohrbough. TUB .WEAIUER Albany FFA Choprer To Give Broadcast To Return Oregon: Occasional rain in west portjon jijhfl now .b'rrqin in east portion If nd snow or rain in east Httchjinijc'in temperature:',fresh .to strong "southeast wind off coast, j Maximum temperature yester-' day locally.-55 degrees; minimum temperature last night, 35 de-j grecs; rainfall, .45 inches; river, 4.5 feet. , J. P. Alexander, proprietor ,of the Alexander Ford Motor Co.. I A half hour broadcast by the i Albany chapter Future Farmers of ! America will be presented-Satur-iday night over KOAC, starting at and his sun, Jlmmie, are expected to arrive this evening from San r runcisco. o ciocHv it was' announced today oy j. v ovinia, amitn-nugnes in structor at Albany high school. From Portland E. P. Murphy and L, ,E. Jewett country. The sfwalurs su'esecd as paramount among. current events, however, the recent occupation of the Rhineland . territory . by German military forces. Thi act pf Adolf Hitler, Rev. Stocker - said, practically complete destruction of the Locarno paot and the Versailles treaty, and places permany temporarily, at least, on a par with other European powers. i . One by one the restrictions of the Versailles treaty have been violated by Germany, Rev. Stocker said. .First reparations payments were stopped, . .then Germany started to -re-arm, and now the zone demilitarized by -the treaty has been remilitarized. "This trouble all goes back to the' 'guUf, clause of. the Versailles treaty in. which Germany was forced to assume all blame for the World (War," Rev. Stocker said. "Germany has - qlways resented this and today's development is of Portland were among the busi ness visitors spending last night in The program, said Mr. Svinth, will feature short interviews with members of the group on results of analyzing project records. Taking part in the interviews will be Bob Albany. O. O. M. Tonight . A large attendance of the mem-bcrs of the local Moose ,lodge is '' expected to be present tonight at ' the Moose' temple to meet Al Sat-toru, past supreme dictator of the order, who is to tje here horn his home in Spokane, Wash. Sattora is ... making several stops in various Salem Visitor Groshong, Robert Tobey. Donald L. M. McKinncy of Salem arriv- Jeffries, David Howell, Leonard OPEN SATURbAY EVENINGS DURING FRIGIDAIRE SEASON See The New 1936 FRIGIDAIRE with the "Mefr-Miser" I'ugn, Clifton Flagman, Gerald ea in Aioany last evening on ousiness trip. ' valley .towns and meeting Moose Jnmcs Fngan Culver, left, hos confessed, Los Angeles police say, to killing Mrs. Samuel WnitaKer in a laKe holdup for which Samuel Whltakcr.,vrlght, promised him $100. Whltaker, wealthy .organist, denies he was Implicated In the shooting. Cox, and Kenneth Cunningham. Music will be furnished by Donald Jeffries, Lauren Karsten, Lawrence Plagman nd Bob Groshong. .Equipment Sold lodge members, it was announced The equipment in the historic Superintendent Rex Putnam of the ' Meeting to Be Held til. Charles hotel of Albuny, which is now closed, has been sold and Albany schools will give a short The regular business meeting of stances, I have personally seen and inspected the checks, written by Mr. Gosslin, and am prepared to talk. TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS moved out yestcrday and today. Business Visitor- Fair Oaks circle of the Ludies of the G. A. R. will be held on day, April 7, at 2 o'clock in the an outgrowth of that resentment. You can't permanently humiliate 60,000,000 people." testily tnereto. Checks at Bank Edward A. Trulove Memorial hall. There will be ini Powell Nelson of Eugene spent last night and this forenoon in Al "These checks are now in the While he regards .Hitler as an tiation of new members, it was an MARKETS AT A GLANCE Stocks: Irregular in lighter trad- . Dies Friday Morning custody of Ladd & Bush bank. bany on business. extremely ' dangerous man, Rev. Stocker said, the German dictator nounced. A special business meeting will be held at 1:30 preceding ; naving oeen received from the of. ino ..... I Finn nt t V, n M rtl 1 rather the' product of a psy On Business Trip Bonds: Corporations irregularly , '"-"i."1 the regular meeting. higher: U. S. governments irrogu-1 c copies win Be available. chological condition in Germany than of his own ability and per jar Mine Bank photographs every J. B. Taylor, manager, of the Montgomery Ward store, ,loft this morning for Salem on business for Here from California Curb: Generally firm. L"u,-K " nanaies; "ji)B3wa sonal power. He exemplified the rising spirit of pride among the German people, Rev. Stocker said, ' Dr; John Pol la k of San Francisco, Cal., is in Albany visiting his company. Call money: of 1 per cent. "This certainly constitutes an Foreign exchange: slightly low-! open, flagrant violation of not only his mother, Mrs. William Pollak, er: French francs recover from the spirit, out the letter, of our and it is through him that they hope to attain restoration on an Mrs. Pollak plans to remain in Leave Hospital . Mrs. L. H. Sprinaer and son early ;low. i corrupt practices act. As a private equality with other powers. Portland visiting relatives for sev eral days. Larry Ervin, were discharged from Cotton: 3 to 8 joints lower. ; citizen, i nereoy demand that you Rubber: Around 12 points lower ; immediately investigate the cir- Alluding to the Rhine occuoa- tne AiDany Osteopathic hospital tion By the Uermans, Rev. Stock- in late trading. , cumstances referred to, and con tuuuy ana nave returned to their POPULAR DANCE MOOSE HALL vene tne iviarion county grand nome in balcm. t ,1 , , Silt, Nile. Music by Rhythma jury to consider the case. I shall Stocks . New York, April 3. Stocks and Edward A. Trulove, 68. a farmer for many years in the Fry station neighborhood, .died at his home there at 5:15 a.m. today, as the result of heart failure. 1 He was born at Anna, 111., March 3, 1868. With members of the family he came to Oregon in 1906 and had lived at Albany, Lebanon and in eastern Oregon for a few years before locating in the Fry community. He married Viola Sitter, at Lebanon in September, 1914. She died November 7, 1928. Mr. Trulove had spent his active life as a farmer and was a member of the school board in his neighborhood for a number of years. He' was also a member of the Moose lodge. He is survived by ihe following children: Carl, Lowell, Mary, Dorothy and Grace, all at the family home. He is also survived by five brothers and two sisters, Larkin Trulove of Tallman, Frank nines. Benefit V. F. W. u3p be only too glad to appear before Class to Meet . , said grand jury, to testify as to the Mrs. Gqldie Wickizer's .handi Son Arrives bonds turned irregular today, while .commodities generally were firm and the dollar gained. Business news continued favorable. craft and art cluss will meet from 2 to 4 Saturday afternoon t th Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Jones of near matters herein referred. The people of Oregon, and of Marion county, will look to you to do your duty in this case. "Political office should not ren Albany are 'the parents of a 5V4 (Hostess House. . pound son, born early this niorn- The stock market was ragged . ing .at Ihc Albany General Damare Cheek Received except when new buying developed und prices firmed .momentarily. Volume was down sharply Hubert w. Duvis. of Albnnv. der Mr. Gosslin, or anyone else immune to the consequences of county representative for (hi. irom yesterday as traders with North Western. Mutual fire in drew to the sidelines. Dow Jones preliminary closing surance company received a check this morning from his company pf $9114,28 In payment to the Lebanon school district nn tho Here from JReedsport-r- , Robin Reed of .Reedsport, wus a business visitor ,in Albuny yestor-, day. Reed is well known in Albany having wrestled here many times. He is now engaged in newspaper work tin Reedsport., averages showed industrial, 160.-08, .off $.34: railroad, 48.58, off of Harrisourg, Delbert of Port land, Charles of Illinois and Ever- law violation. High public office is no more an excuse for law violation than is ignorance of the law. If he is guilty of the section of the statute referred to, he must, and he will be prosecuted to the limit. And those candidates for whom he paid the filing fees, must and will by court procedure if necessary, be prevented from serving in the legislature." 0.46; utility, 32.45, off 0.09. ette of Klamath falls. The sis pqlicy carried on the gymnasium recently destroyed by lire. Volume approximated 1,500,000 i .'I: 4 '!'. ters are Mrs. Delia Anderson of Athena and Mrs. Mina Bucll of Myrtle Creek. Funeral services will be held from the Fisher-Braden funeral shares .compared with 2.190,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 520,000 shares compared with 463,000 shares yesterday. New Beauty New in Convenience " New in Low Cost Operation I nves- " tigote before you buy, ' Hurley's Plumbing Shop 2nd & Ferry Sts. Phone 108 CARD OF THANKS We wish to cxnress our ilnwn gratitude to our many friends for . Program by .Farmed' -Union . The Dever :Furmers' :Unlon is , scheduled ;to present a two hours' program pi the Central Santium jFunners' .Union, hull, across the .highway from the .Cottonwood Dilnce .hall Tuesday, April 7 qt ' 8 o'clock. The women of the San- tiam Central union, will have a i candy oa!e. , , . Grain Chicago, April 3. Reports of re chapel Monday afternoon at one o'clock. Interment will be in the Lebanon cemetery. The pallbear-ers selected 'nre Charles Walker. jne Kinnnoss ,and sympathy extended to us In our recent sorrow, und for the many lovely flowers. Daylight Theft at Shop Is Reported newed dust storms in the southwest brought ill buying in wheat futures on the Chicago board of , Mrs,, ivollie-Wales - and Family.. , trade today after July and September deliveries had reached further new seasonal lows. Sweet Home Music Joe Neumun reported to police late yesterday afternoon that in broad daylight someone entered the office of his automobile repair May wheat closed with Vfe cent Festival flanned loss while July was cent higher shop on Washington street near Wings of the Morning! Schilling Coffee in my cup starts my day sunny-side up! You prefer Drip Coffee? Schilling Drip Coffee is "tailored to measure" for your Drip maker. More than that, those important filter papers ue packed in each tin. Also Schilling Percolator Coffee specially prepared for percolators. . , Schilling Coffee Sweet Home (Special! At thn and Septcmbpr S' cont higher. Corn' und. oats were eiisy .and rye firm. . . '.. NOTICE! The free prizes will be given awuy at 4 :J0 p.m. Saturday, April 4: meeting of the iiiist Linn County Teachers association last week, arrangements for the musie fnstival 1 , MODERN DANCE MOOSE HALL Frl. Nite. "Tub" .Brown's Band. ( a3p Drive to Oregon City Mrs. D. M. Rohrbough and j daughters, Mrs. Spencer Gi'iffiUi J and Mary Edith Rohrbough, ure .driving to Oregon City and Canby j today to accompany their son aid f brother, Max. Rohrbough, who is (.returning to the hospital at Ore- ,gon City to have his broken ,lcg treated. GOSSLIN CHARGED Third opened the cash register and took $18 in casii and a check. Neuman heard the register bell ring as he worked in the shop at the rear of the otfice, he said, but thought nothing of it. Both he and two helpers were in the shop, but none of them say the marauder. and May Day program to be held at Sweet Home for the fourteen districts on Friday, May 1, were CORRUPT PRACTICES (Continued from I'aite One) 17c vunipicicn. At 8:30. tirade niiiilla nt nil ii... In our advertisement in yesterday's paper. IVORY SOAP was advertised medium bars for 17c; The Correct Price is 3 BARS DOOLEY BROS. Phones I3 and 44 and no clues were iound. districts will assemble at the high school for a song practice. At 10:30, have nothing to conceal." He had no further comment to make. ' Your Life In Our Hands WE say without any villian-ous hissing that when you bring a drug prescription to this store your life Is in our hands. You MUST have faith that we will use the right drugs in the right quantities, that these drugs are fresh, and that we will compound them properly. ENJOY the poace of mind of knowing that at this store your prescription will be filled accurately, carefully!, from FRESH drugs of the HIGHEST QUALITY. Bring your prescriptions here. A Registered Pharmacist is always in charge. HURLEY'S DRUG STORE PHONE 309 Governor Martin had left for OREGON'S FAVORITE tne may wueen will be crowned in front of the L'rnnristiinri Tim Portland bofoie the Investigation was requested. From Lakevlr.w H. J. Angstead, deputy sheriff of Lake county; i,s spending a few Try It first four grades of the districts Mr. Gosslin . . . did pay to Mr. Earl Snell,. secretary of state, certain moneys, for and in behalf of win then sing three numbers. The harmonica band will present two numbers, followed by three numbers by the upper grades of all the districts. C 'host Colds .... Best treated certain candidates for nomination uui election to the state legisla The high school chorus will sinu without "dosing',' ture, covering not only filing fees, but payment for advertising space n the voters .-pamphlet as well, VISJSS L,nfky wrote the district attorney. iteceipts al the office of the f.P....U.fif).H-f several numbers, und the high school May pole dance will be given in front of the Queen's throne. At the same time, each district will have their own May pole dance in front of the grand stand. A basket dinner at noon will be followed by a series of Softball games. At 2:30. Brownsville and Sweet Home will play a gumo of secretary of slate, involved in the cases referred to, may be identified. There may be numerous other cases. Tn these specific in- Spruce- but: Not Starched I The New Business TELL AT A CLANCE, "WHO'S WHO" IN BUSINESS As announced a few days ago, this new directory is now being compiled It will be known as THE DEMOCRAT-HERALD "WHO'S WHO" BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY unseouii. ji a o'clock the senior play will be given at the gymnas- mn. - Candidates For Office Primaries May Piles All Gone Without Salves or Cuttinr ItrMn. bMini, iirotnxllni pllfa so quickly. If you nmove th raiwr. Had blood cimilatlon in lha hemorrhoidal vtina caua pilra by making I ho arfeatad part wrak, flabhjr and lif.lm. SaVra and cutting often fail bKauw only an internal mrdirine ran actually correct thcaa condition. Ilr. J. 8. Ionhardt diaroverrd a real internal Tile mediclna. After a fine record of ucceaa lth it In hla own practice, he named It HKM-KOII). Koahay Maaon. Inc., and all druaaiata invite every Pile ufferrr U try HEM ROID with j-uar.n-tee of money hark if not joyfully aatlaficd with the help one bottle aivea. adv. DR. CHAN LAM Chlneve You can call on ovoiy voter in tho county and get a smiling promise of cnoufrh votes to elect you. Every .candidate is hopeful, if not confident wehn the campaign ends. But when the votes me counted that's different! People like to see thinps in ldnck and white. . Tell them who you are and what you stand for in pict advertising: space. It'.s convincing and at least gets consideration. Through the daily and weekly Dmocrnt-Jierlil you cn rmch practically : every votur in th county. And the aM i not hiffh fr 1 than the cost of a lc po cirt t ch miljr. Buy what ptc ym need pt 56c pur inefc in ou cut g ! Mar the voUrs, ote t Iiiim mM bp V incno Utj few fcut $33.00. Tl pii4. Koij read tne otr of th com? nc cwJ4 cost more tawjnctlfM. ) e Let B help you pl.-tn Qfj frame yourinouncements. Political nd-vertising is. of course, casSMn (gJvance. It is a work, undertaken with tho object of providing a reference guide to the business and professional men and institutions of the city and vicinity. Upon completion publication will be made first in the columns of "The Domo-crat-Hcrald. The directory will then be issued in book form, classified and alphabetically arranged, so that the information can be had at a glance. The first pages of the book will contain useful information concerning the 'community in general, followed by a handy guide and reference to the business', professional people and institutions of Abany and the surrounding territory. There will be no display advertising of any kind in the directory . book. " All type will be uniform, alphabetically prranged as to classification and name. . These directory books will be given a general FREE distribution. ,' ' A nominal listing charge of S3.00 is being made for including your card in this ;ork. No prsonal solicitation will be made. An invitation will be "extended to you however, by telephone to co-operate in getting out this representative directory. ir TaV N.UC NOT LISTFJ) IN THE PHONE BOOK AS 4 Bl SIVFSS m.rwo. cm w tov wib jvitmie particulars regarding this MRCOtY a Cell $$,3CS 4M Directory Dapt. IMwlicine Co. Natural rfnwllr for dtrif r of- Htiy lotn-tch, glandi. kkin A urin-try lyitrm el men and wvnwn. Nw dic)venr ; jcs- vusar dtsbctea without the o of ImuNn. if yrar in hulnt. Ttiafa'a lir search in ' AROSETv th tuvar-wilt .rollar j M' ' tha . ARROW ;HITT ihirt ytt it Maya v tprut a nit collar tha . vhsla day lorag. . HI 1 1 fin coo, tarcaua it'i ' oil in the ' form-fining Mitoga dnign. Sanforirrd-Shrunk a new ihirt if ona aver shrinks. 1 ' , . In White, $1 Nturoi.thie Y. T. Um. NlO. 1. Venttian ThwUr Hid., 'Cbr. rrtt and Broad I pt Albany. Of fit Houra: t p. EFFECT. V (DIGNIFIED SERVICE The Albany Democrat-Heratd A an. mi p. m. iimatr and Saturday Only. 2s ALBANY DpiOCRAT-HERALD uotuuitatlon, piod 1'raaatira and Vtkn TMU frit mt Alhaoit j I Oretua tioldM Chan. K.D. Chare. h I f ' . -Ty- -V- 0

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