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Tuesday, April 7, 1936
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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1936 Fortmlller funeral directors were in chnrge. How Fast Do You React to Danger? Mi s. Green sang a solo. Numerous ! clippings were given out and read. ! Mrs. Loren Grimes gave a reading. ; 1AFITT PLEDGE 70 M OFFERED AT SAFETY SHOW parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Perfect. She is accompanied by her niece, Mary Jane Curry, who is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Perfect, also her father who resides at Newport; Ah... NOTICE TO CITT i ? ' SUBSCRIBERS ' - If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Bohrboufh. Phone 718-T and a copy will be delivered by special carrier: Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The Albany Democrat-Herald ! Business Visitor'-' H. R. Wiley, proprietor of the Cottonwood dance hall and a candidate for the republican nomina tion for representative in the state legislature, was an Albany business visitor this forenoon. He VANA RITES HELD Funeral rites for Mrs. Katerina Vana. who died at the family home in the Scio community April 2, were held Monday at 10 a. m. from the Z.C.B.J.- hall of Scio with members of the lodge ofliciatina. The singers were Mrs. Joe Nesley, Mrs. John Frederick, Miss Mary Rubesh, Ed Rubesli, Mrs. John Zemlicka, Mrs. Antone Rosprafka and Mrs. Fred Bryan, accompanied by Miss Ruby Rasprafka. The body was taken to Portland for cremation. The pallbearers were Frank Shindlcr, Sedislav Kruml, Ed Stepapek, Frank Roner, Ed Posvar and Frank Bines. The When you read of the dangers of careless driving, when you see the possibilities of sudden death at the Montgomery Ward Safety Show. Thursday afternoon at 3r30 o'clock and you say, "I am going to be careful from now on." do you mean it? Will you sign the safety pledge will be given you at the . show and send it in to the Ward store? Are you really serious (about it? j The emotional experience which i comes to you when you read of the : death that waits around every : curve, that sits beside you and has an elaborate platform printed to circulate among the voters. ocm School Meeting The regular meeting the board of directors of Albany schools is to be held this evening beginning at 7:30. THE WEATHER Oregon: Cloudy tonight and wcanesoay, wun occasional rain in iii))west portjon; little change in temperature; gentle d moder Gets Coast Trip-Word has been received by may grasp the wheel at any moment, the fearful realization that comes over you when you see the drivers in the Safety Show narrowly avoid death these things mean little if they are not followed ate -soBtheriy wind off -coastr - Maximum temperature ycster County Assessor W. C. Templeton day, Jocally 65 degrees; minimum and Mrs. Templeton that their son, Lawrence Templeton, an instructor in the pharmacy department , , 2 Easter Sunday will bring ADDED TRAFFIC ON THE ROAD! by definite action. Do you really intend to follow , temperature last night, 40 degrees; river, . 4,.8 feet. . , , , , Candle Service Planned. of the University of Ollinois, which is located in the city of Chicago, has been selected as a representa tive of the national pharmacy as Communion will be celebrated Thursday night at the Evangelical church with a candle light service. sociation to put on a pharmacy display at the national dental convention in Sah Franciseb July 14 to 17. Mr. Templeton expects to ! such a line of action? If so, let us I I know let the public know. Sign ' I the pledge and send it in and j i place on the windshield of your , car the special safety sticker which will be given to everyone signing i the pledge. Every pledge signed, every j ! sticker on a windshield means one i less chance of death for you and j i all citizens of Albany. ! Mrs. Lewis to Sine i stop over in Albany for a few days Mrs. Maude iPratt Lewis is to sing "The Holy City" Sunday at on his return trip nome. the Evangelical church. -Automobile drivers of Albany 'and vicinity are to get a chance to see how quickly they respond with the needed actions while driving when the reactometer shown above will be here Thursday after-noor.'.in connection with the safety show to be staged by Montgomery Ward and company. On Business Trip . Homer Dowd of Sunrise addition Be Sure To Drive Carefully ! Have Protection in the . form of Insurance For no matter how safely you can drive, a mishap can still occur. SEE US FOR LOWER COSTS! left yesterday for Portland on a Harrisburg Church Elects on Sunday! TODAY'S STOCK. i GRAIN MARKETS ! 12:30 a. m. today, following a lingering illness. Mrs. Mitzner was born in Pomerania, Germany, July 19, 1864, and came to the United States with other members of her family, locating first in New York City, where they resided for four business trip in connection with the West Fir lumber company of Lebanon of which he' is general manager. Visltinr Parent ' ' V Miss Blanche McClellan, a student at Marylhurrt' 'college, Oswe We know crime does not pay . . . but when the "booty" is a Varsity-Town . . . well, men who know Varsity-Towns could advance some very good arguments in the burglar's favor. But you can get yours without resorting to a "stick-up." They are here for the having . . . and we won't "hold you up" : on price! $21.50 to $29.50 Other excellent suits at $17.00 and $19.75 Visit In Eugene ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Frager, Albany, spent last evening in' Eugene with their son, Willie, who Is a freshhman at the University of Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Frager spent the evening of the opening of the Jewish Feast of the Passover with their son! Mr. and Mrs. Frager will leave for Portland in, the morning to spend 'he' day on a' business art pleasure trip.1 , . V ''.' Pinochle Party Held . ' . ; , The Women of the Moose staged their weekly pinochle party last evening at he Moose temple, with eight tables being in play. Honors went to Mrs. Carl Harnisch and Ben Sudtcll. go,, is spending the Easter holiday. crutches' to aid him in overcoming the handicap of frozen feet. The defense sprang a surprise witness in D. R. Wiggins, Salem, supply clerk with the motor vehicle department of the secretary of state's office, who qualified as a ballistics expert. ' Wiggins was questioned in detail concerning the relative penetration powers and velocities of .32-30 and' .22 calibre riries. The court refused, ' however, to admit his testimony regarding behavior of such bullets in piercing human skulls, a piece of testimony which the defense repeatedly attempted to get before the jury. The two rifles, the shoes and overshoes which Cronin wore, and the ammunition were all in evi i MARKETS AT A GLANCE I 4 (lly UnllnJ I'rmnl I Stocks irregular in dull trading, j Bonds domestic corporation I ease; U." S. governments firm. j Curb irregularly lower. I '' Call money SM of 1 per cent. ' Dollar firm in sterling; French ' franc extends recovery. ; Cotton 5 lo 8 points higher. Rubber shows small losses after i early firmness. ! FARMERS' AUTOMOBILE """-INSURANCE l:"w ! at ner norrue nere. sne' is me daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Mc-vClelan of 1101 Washington street. She will return .to classes at .Marylhurst Thursday, April 16. Special Communication St. John's Lodge No. 7 A. F 4t A. M. .Tues. evening at 8 o'clock for conferring degrees. Earl . Horning, Worshipful Master. .' u6-7 EMMETT & PEARCE AGENCY 3rd and Broadalbin SLs. Clinic Building Phone 476-R Leavinc for Chicago ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ochsncr of Albany are leaving Friday for Portland, and on Saturday they will resume his work with the Andrew H. Brown Lacquer com dence. Harrisburg, April 7. (Special) At the quarterly conference held at the M. E. church Sunday the following officers and committees were chosen: Stewards: Guy Hughes, disbursing steward, A. C. Sperling, F. S. McEldowney, Miss Ina Bridges, Mrs. T. W. Sommer-ville, Mrs. D. R. Baker, Mrs. H. F. Mersdorf, (communion) Kenneth Vannice. Trustees: Guy Hughes, A. C. Sperling, R. K. Burton, Albert Windell, A. L. Darling. Membership: Mrs. Ina Hughes. Music: Mrs. T. W. Sommerville, Mrs. Kenneth Vannice. Finance: Kenneth Van-iouj education: Mrs. A. L. Darling, Mrs. F. S.. McEldowney, Kenneth Vanice. Finance: Kenneth Van-nice, Miss Ina Bridges, A. L. Darling. Benevolence: Mrs. A. C. Sperling, Mrs. Ina Bridges, Mrs. H. F. Mersdorf, Mrs. A. L. Darling. Auditing accounts: F. S. McEldowney, William Windell, R. K. Burton. Church records: R. K. Burton, Mrs. A. L. Darling, Mrs. T. W. Sommerville. Parsonage: Ladies' Aid. Pulpit supply and pastoral relations: A. L. Darling, A. C. Sperling, Kenneth Vanice, Ina Bridges. Nominating pastor: Albert Windell, A. L. Darling, Mrs. T. W. Sommerville. MODERN WOMEN Ntcd Not Suffer monthly pnin :md delay due lo rolUa,in;rvuuSBtruiQ,(fSnjMiireur similar cuutiea. Late yesterday Victor Howell and Marion Forgey were questioned minutely regarding their years. From there they moved to Augusta, Wis., and from there to Salem 34 years ago, then to Hulsey and from there to Albany in 1932 where she has since made her home with her daughter. Mrs. Mitzner was a life long Christian and a devout member of the Methodist church. She was married to Gustov Mitzner ot Princeton, Wis., in 1888. Besides her husband she is survived by the following children: Henry Mitzner of San Francisco, Herman Mitzner of Roseburg. Lena Gourley and Ida Mitzner of Albany, Amanda Mitzner of Rangoon, Burma, and Theodore Mitzner of Bellvale, N. Y also six grand children and a number of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Roy Gentry of Albany being one of the nieces. She is also survived by a brother, ! Edward Schultz of Princeton, Wis., and a sister. Mis. Ernestine Seidel ot Gotha. Fla. Funeral services will bold from the Fisher-Braden funeral chapel beginning at 2 p. m. Friday of this week. Rev. Thomas D. Yarnes. pastor of the local Methodist cluuch, is to officiate. Interment will be made in the Willamette Memorial park cemetery. pany. The Ochsncrs ' returned to gAIM CLOTHiNGja miiibluanugivuQulckKclitf- &"lu ly aiiariiRKiatsioroviT.jydirB. A tit tor , search of the hills traversed by Cronin, Forgey in particular regarding the tracks which he and Stocks New York, April 7. Slocks turned dull and irregular today, while bonds turned down, commodities were steady, and the dollar easier in gold currencies. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed Industrial 160.94 of 1.05; railroad 48.85 off .50, utility 33.15 up .09. Volume approximated 1,570,000 shares compared with 2,030,000 shares yesterday. Curb salqs were 557,000 shares compared with 641,-000 shares yesterday. Albany last Ian from Illinois. Cliib to Mcet-i ' ' "" ' The Harmonv club is to meet Visit u Woodburn Mr. and Mrs. C.-E. McClain of -West Ith street spent last Sunday in Woodburn at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Orr, and family. . From Vancouver ! : Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Garrison of Vancoviver, ' Wash., owpers of a general, merchandise store in Albany, are spending the day at their stohs here. ..;., "TH1 DIAMOND IRAND" others of the searching party followed in the snow, both near the pit where Hults lay and at a distance from it. Wednesday afternoon et the home of 'MrS. : Fred Hdckspier, meme-bers announced,' j ' ' - : 1 ' 1 Leaving for California Mrs. Robert Pollak, Albany, Is leaving Thursday Tor Sun Fan-cisco, Cal. to spend two weeks visiting her. husband, a student at Sale Record Shows ''" Heavy Gain by Dodge Interesting automobile sales rec tne Leiana atnniorci university. CRONIN TAKES ords, illustrating the magnitude of dealer operations as well as striking business gains, are given out Grain Chicago, April 7. Wheat futures hold steady on the board ot trade today. May showed independent strength, but new crops met increased offerings on fractional upturns. At the close May wheat was up ' to cent while new crops were unchanged to cent lower.' Corn was unchanged to Vt cent on April 1 2 Hi! CHEER BANDS FORMED Harrisburg.. (Special) The W. ' STAND TUESDAY i Returns From fishjni : ' ; I. P. Lennard' returned yesterday", from 9 f ishlmj irijp 90 the Al-car fiver. -. ., , .ii ; -;,',-:.i',-; '. ...j.. From Eucene-i " Lylo yeldy6f "Eugene, a former member, of trie' local' fire department, now in Ihe railroad business, is tin Albany today making Arrangements (or moving. ))i&.lp.user, hold goods tp Eugene.; ' Business Visitor ' Paul Mitchell,' formerly, 'in the telephone ' business in ' Lebiihon. transacted -business and .visited .friends in Albany this forenoon. C. T. U. organized tour cheer bands at the meeting , Friday to j visit shut-iiis of the comunity. The WARDS DUEL IS DUD Uudupest, Hungary, April 7. Premier Jules Goemboes and Ti-bor Von Eckhardt, opposition leader, fought a gloodless pistol duel today and parted unreconciled. ....... by A., general sales manager of the Dodge Division of Chrysler Corporation. 'The , tabulations of new-car transactions show that whereas Dodge dealers in 1034 had delivered 187,870 passenger cars and 47.332 commercial cars and trucks or a total ot 235,308 new vehicles, their 1935 deliveries higher. Oats were unchanged andl rye was unchanged to' cent higher.' ' ' S IOuntlnu4 from l'nire One) ha had supposed to be the defendant's wife, the constable testified. , i : , , , ,. ' . "You know Cronln was married only last month." said Weather-ford. "Yes," was the reply. ' "And stll you say his reputation as a law abidini! citizen was 1 Easter Mrs. Emilie Mitzner, ICE CREAM HOUR" URGED climbed to 298,281 passenger cars leader of the first band is Mrs. D. D. Out: the second is Mrs. Olive Cram; the third. Mrs. J. W. Owen: the fourth, Mrs. D. G. Clark. Each leader has several helpers. They planned tor a silver tea at the city hall April 17 to raise; funds for educational purposes. Mrs. Kenneth Vannice will be the leader. The subject will be "Death Rides the Highway." Mrs. Alex Elliott was leader at the Friday meeting. 71, Dies Here Tuesday ' Seattle. U.R Ice cream manu-j facturers and retailers are plan Fashions and 60.541 commercial cars and trucks, making a total of 358.822 new vehicles. Comparison of the 1934 and 1935 delivery totals good," the interrogator remarked. ning to inaugurate an "ice cream hour" here. Thy will attempt to get the residents to take time off each afternon at 3 o'clock to cat ice cream. Mrs. Emilie Mitzner, 71, mother of Miss Ida Mitzner, a teacher in the Maple school, died at the fam-ily home at 617 West filh street at shows the gain in the new-vehicle .Lebanon Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Howe of , Lebanon. . who recently' returned frqpt California where they have llivd foe the last few years, were Alpanjr nusiness'.visitors this fore-. noon. . i . v . ZLU , .,; From Portland , Mrs. Vera Ross, a teacher in the Portland schools, Is spending a few days in Albany nt trie home ot her delivers to nave ocen oz.av . The dealers, in addition to delivering ' 358.822 new passenger cars and trucks during 1935, also disposed1 of 371,407 used passenger cars, commercial cars and trucks. Jacket frocks, one-piecers, prints, solid colors, taffetas or crepes I They stole the spotlight at Wards recent New York fashion show... and they'll steal it again on Easter Sunday! Misses' sizes: 14 to 20. Women's styles: 38 to 44. Similarly M. W. Bacon or wood-, burn testified he had known Cron-1 in' for many, ' years, ahd had thought the latter was murried all the time he had lived nt Wood-burn; Mrs. Cronln has four children, he said. Cronln look the stand today in his own defense as the first witness of the day. He said that he was admittedly lost when darkness overtook him and Hulls on the side of Blain mountain, and he admitted that the youth became morose and at one time hinted nt suicide us the two conversed just before Cronln left him lying in the pit. Thereafter,, Cronin ' said, he wandered aimlessly through the The last named figure, compared to the dealers' 1034 turnover of 242,440 used vehicles, indicates an increase of 53.2',i , n percentage closely paralleling the gain of 52.5'V recorded for new-car Our Prescription for EASTER CHIC and a sure tonic for that "tired of it all" spring (ever. Next Soiling Date 75 c I.k i 11 April 11th D9 Remove that Irritating dan-d r u f f and choose a fluttering . .... i I woods, finally crawling under n I log where he remained until dny- light, when he made his way out I of the Victor Howell ranch near where he and Hulls had started I their hunting trip the day before. I He thought, however, that he had I emerged in Bear Valley to the south, he snid. j Cronin insisted thai he bore no resentment toward Hulls, had no motives for shooting him, and did , all in his power toward aiding in I the search for the youth November 2 and 3, offering his personal 'services if he were provided with $2.50 NEW An Oil Permanent . CITY OP POH.TLMN WALKER'S Barber and B.auty Shop Z1S Lyon St. Phone 679-K Can the Public Find You Easily? When the Now Business Directory, now being prepared, conies off the presses will your nnnie lie found iunonjr the progressive business and professional people who are cooperating with The Daily Democrat-Herald in niakinir this much needed work possible? Or are vou leaving it to chance for your prospective customers to find your place of business? You can eliminate the chance the uncertainty of being found readily, by having your business card listed in The New Classified "Who's Who" Business and Professional Directory of Albany und Linn County business houses, professional men and women, and organizations, which is now being compiled by The Democrat-Herald. It is 11 cooperative work, undertaken with the object of providing an up-tr-datii reference guide to the business and professional structure, institutions and organizations to the community. Upon completion publication will be made in the columns of The Democrat Herald. 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 pertaining to the county in general, followed by a handy guide and reference to the business juid professional interests of Albany and Linn County. There will be no display advertising of any kind in the Directory. All type will be uniform in size and alphabetically arranged as to classification and name. These directory books will be given a general free distribution. A nominal listmcr charge of ?;?.00 is being made for including your card in this work. No personal solicitation will be made. An invitation will be extended to you, however, by telephone to cooperate in getting out this representative directory. IF YOUR NAME IS NOT LISTED IN THE PHONE BOOK AS A BUSINESS TELEPHONE OR IF YOU WISH FURTHER PARTICULARS REGARDING THIS DIRECTORY Ccl 43? or 431 Directory Dept. IhPALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD -n SAVE On LIBERTY COAL VV'p have received a car of Liberty coal from Utah fUtd" nYf'irhloHding it (today. : - ' Order 'f,oiTay or Wednesday and save nioiieyon direct delivery from the car. . No Heating Job Too Hard .i For Liberty Coal 'In the kitchen ranife, heater, fireplace, monkey i. ; i urnac .or brooder, Liberty' giv results. Handle 'briquets, Dry Wood Sawdust, Fuel Oil NO EXTRA FARE Saves a Day Portland to Chicago Ride the"liner"of theroil$,mod-rn marvel of safs speed. 39i hours to Chicago! It's a new travel experience, with comfort and economy, too. SIx'Saillngs'Monthly ttboundi From Portland, 3i45p.m., on 1.6, 11.16. 31, 34. Woitboundt From Chicago, 6.13 p.(n. on 3, 1. 1, II, 33. 38. 2 Daily Trains Portland Hose leaves Portland 9:35 p. m. Pacific UmlM at 8:25 a.m. Salt Lake City. Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St-Louis, Chicago. Fast schedules, finest accommodations. Winter Bargain Faros Daily till May 14, 1936, in Cht and TovrUtttlMpan. flalvm limit A month. Fra pillow, portar trvic In coachvt. low-cail maatt. Vmr All Tmtrl lnrrmtian and K tarry Man TH'KKT OKKIC'li and TKWKl. m'KKAl' llrvariwH? and IShlriitn rartlamt, Orrgan UNION PACIFIC SHINY STRAW to top oft ff our Kttsivr out fit! Capture the brilliance of the gayest Easter season in years! Shine . . . glitter . . . sparkle ... in a turban or brim made of glistening straw in novelty weave. Spring's favorite colors. 2V.i to 23. mi verified value 2. I!) CUsViMINGS TRANSFER Cr FUEL CO. EKQO0 THE ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPER IN LINN COUNTY - .Phone 10S J24 ElUwerthtreet;; -; oo : OThe Albanv'TS.tore Phone 751 HVy 13

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