Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 9, 1936 · Page 4
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April 9, 1936

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PAGE FOUR THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON THURSDAY, APRIL' 9, 1936 Sub-Strato Sea Hop; Air Acer's Aim GREAT HELPERS THIEF TAKES STAGE MONEY Canton, O. The, burglar who took a roll of "money" from the home of J. E. Ricker undoubtedly spend it. It was a roll of "stage bills" which Ricker had won in a game of "Monte Carlo" with friends. The burglar overlooked real cash, jewelry and silverware. TOWN BANS MISTLETOE I Pennebaker, to clean all trees of Tulare,, Cal. (U.R) Under-the-1 mistletoe. The parasitic qualities mistletoe kissing is destined to be- of the mistletoe growth, he de-come a lost art here as a result of i clares, undermine the vitality of orders from City Manager Hugh 'trees and finally kill them. HAWAII OFFERS RACIAL STUDY i got a shock when he tried to DF MAN NAMED --nr r- Honolulu. Educators and schol-1 are representing a score of nations will convene this summer at the' University of Hawaii, itself a liv ; ing laboratory of racial varieties, i to discuss the .human problems of . the Pacific. j Hawaii and Yale universities, assisted by the Cranegie Corpora-! tion, will hold the seminar confer-: once on education in Pacific coun- j tries, from June 30 to Aug. 7. , Delegates will duscuss the ra-1 cial, cultural and educational problems which have arisen from the modern contact of peoples, and will interchange experiences and ideas. The selective membership of the ! seminar will include directors of, education, school principals, government and mission authorities, social scientist and social workers. Nations to be represented in-! elude Australia, Canada, China,' Great Britain, Japan, New Zealand and the United States. Representa- j tives are also expected from ' American, British, Dutch and French dependencies in the Pacific. Subjects to be reviewed range t OCEAN l VV i VMlj My-Te-Fine 3-Sieve Svl' III My-Te-Fine Cream Style J'vyM a no.2 HBffiWB- plcnics NO-2s fSSy Irut 2 Cons 27c tw 8c lie.. Ml -jlL' Tvfl Those famous Northwest peas gsQgf ' kril2 " SSS- I'AiV in the preferred 3-sieve size. (2 JJyjSf --l Rf Tender, juicy kernels prepared gr?y ' I'l sK'n picnic tins 19c) TsL KV' v'irtl I in cream styIe- ?"L. hi jk Y i Vole Brand 5-Sieve jO tli My-Te-F ine Whole Kernel jGf r.Kl , I9e IP 3 35c 'M I' AMIhI Tasty Northwest peas, thriftily ffift5w YH4 The Northwest's finest golden feTTf LfM iiMH1 Ipriced. (8 picnic tins 13c) MJ$gi bantam corn in whole kernels. 'SJftl f ; Philadelphia Five Americans pre included among the "10 great humanitarians of all time" listed by social workers and civic leaders of the United Campaign, an organization devoted to social reorganization and progress here. The 10 men and women nominated as a result of a cross-section vote conducted among Philadelphia citizens, are: Jesus. Moses, Florence Nightinrfile. Abraham Lincoln, St. Francis of Assisi, Jane Addams, Chicago, Louis Pasteur, Benjamin Franklin, Julius Rosen-wald and Andrew Carnegie. - The ballot was conducted to turn attention to the manner in which religious leaders, scientists, statesmen, social workers, philanthropists, and other leaders have worked together for the attainment of social reform. The United Campaign is appealing to greater Philadelphia for $4,488,000 in a maintenance campaign for the support of more than 100 hospitals, health agencies, youth training centers, and children's organizations of the Community Fund of Philadelphia and the Federation of Jewish Charities. Among other "immortals" to receive strong support in the voting- were: William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army; Father Da-mien de Veuster, who worked among the lepers on Molokai in the Hawaiian Islands; the pioneer German printer, Gutenberg; Herbert Hoover for his work in Belgian relief following the World War; Charles Dickens, John Milton, Beethoven, Mahatma Ghandi, and Franklin D. Roosevelt. A 5000-mile suli-atrnloapliere flight from Dallas, Tex., to I'lirlB, to tent bencfllH ot flying In lighter air, Is the ambitious nlm of Clarence Cluimhcrliii, pioneer ocean pilot, right, with the typo of plune ho will use' pictured shove. The Douglas air liner, with two 1000-liorse-powcr motors, will carry a navigator, radio equipment, about 1500 gallons ot gas, and be scaled for liquid oxygen in the high nltlliides. Ar the hop, set for June, will require 2000 gallons of gas, Cllij mberljn plans to refuel over New York, as Indicated by the loop on the route shown in the map. CARROTS Fancy Bunches J for from language problems and local economics to anthropology and psychology. Representatives will have an opportunity to study first hand the co-mingling of races, since Hawaii's population is a veritable "league of nations," including Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Sampan, Puerto Rican, Portuguese, American, English and many other peoples. The seminar will be held in conjunction with the regular summer session of the University of Hawaii Swansdbwn Coke Flour large package . 23c M.J.B. Coffee POTATOES Klamath A No. 2s lbs. GRAPEFRUIT Arizona Seedless Doz. LETTUCE ' Fancy heads for and is expected to draw students Ftwtr Horses Available For French Races of world renown. lOc 75c 19c 9c oz. 19c District Meeting of My-Te-Fine Tomato Catsup, tall 14-oz. bottle 12c Palmdale Butter Beans, No. 2 can 10c Libby's Fancy Garden Spinach, 2 tall cans 15c My-Te-Fine All-Green Asparagus, lb. tall cans 14c My-Te-Fine All-Green Asparagus, No.2 cans, 2, 35c Vale Brand Wet Pack Shrimp, tall cans 11c each My-Te-Fine 16-cu. in. Matches, carton of 6 boxes 17c True American Brand Matches, carton of 6 boxes 15c My-Te-Fine Fruits for Salad, 2 tall cans 25c My-Te-Fine Sliced Freestone Peaches, lb. tall 11c French's Bird Seed, with Biscuit, per package 11c Souvenir Brand Cross Pack Sardines, 2 tins 15c Alfkrisp Soda Crackers, 2 lb. box 19c Fred Meyer Dan-Dee Coffee, full lb. pkg. 15c Mellowdrip Table Syrup, large 24-ounce bottle 18c Jersey Corn Flakes 5c pkg. My-Te-Fine Assorted Preserves, 20-oz. jar 19c Seedless Raisins, 4 lb. pkg. 19c White Star Tuna Fish, J-size cans, 2 for 29c Villa Best Patent Flour, 49 lb. sack $1.29 My-Te-Fine Fancy Grapefruit, No. 2 size, 2 for 25c My-Te-Fine Milk, tall cans, 3 for 19c. Sunladen Tender Peas, 2 size tin, 2 for 19c Libby's (full ring) Sliced Pineapple, 2 size tin,. 2 for 25c Armour's Sliced Dried Beef, 2J-oz. jar 11c Armour's Deviled Meat, 4 tins for 15c At Fred Meyer Grocery Dept. E.O.S. Held at Shedd Train Wreck Plot Mrs. J. W. Cox; publicity,' Mrs. Million Nugel. The meetings will be held the first Tuesday in the month. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sikes, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. De Moss, all of Lebunon were present at the meeting. Mr. Sikes gave a tulk. Charged to Woman ORANGES Juice size Pensacola, Fla., April 9. Railroad detectives charged attractive Mrs. L. W. Vann, today with hiring two negros to wreck a train on which her 70-year-old husband was engineer, hoping he would be lb. run Weather Seer Predicts Four Colder Years ONIONS Oregon No. 1 & Shedd. (Special) The district meeting of the Eastern Star was held Saturday evening in the Masonic hall with Willamette chapter of Shedd and Thurston chapter of Harrisburg exemplifying' the work. Mrs. Inez Glaisyer, worthy grand matron of Oregon, was present. Mrs. Isabella Lowe, grand treasurer from Troutriale, was also a guest. Matrons and patrons representing other chapters who were visitors included Mrs. Winifred B. Dyer of Portland, Mrs. Cloy Collins of Blue River chapter of Eugene. Visitors were present from Coquille, Troutdale, Eugene, Al-buny, Portland and Junction City. 2&c killed so that she might marry another man with his insurance as: dowry. I Only the fact that the negroes! did not understand the action of a train wheel's flanges on rails thwarted two attempts to execute) At Fruit Dept. LIMIT 2 lbs. the plot, near Cantoncment, Fla., authorities said. Sheriff H. E. Gandy said the negroes, Allen Langston, and Allen Finley, 16, confessed that for $50 In hand the promise of $500 addition Canton, Mass. II. Helm Clayton squinted at the sun the other day and hazarded a guess: That the region east of the Mississippi, if not all the region cast of the Rockies, will be colder from 1936 to 1940. Thut the driest years in the east are to be expected between 1944 and 1049. That the midwest need not expect another drought until 11)114-1968. Clayton, known widely as a long-range . weather forecaster, bases his predictions on sunspot cycles and data accumulated by weather bureaus in the last 150 years. Paris. A decrease, in the births of thoroughbred horses in France will have an influence on French racing of the near future. A serious drop of entries for the race classics in 1038 and 1937, as compared to last year, as a result of the decrease in births ui the racing stock is shown by figures just published. In 1932 there were 2,045 births of thoroughbreds, 1,793 in 1933 and 1,578 in 1934. Thus in 1934 there were 467 fewer births than in 1932 and 213 fewer than in 1933. This, it is explained, is mainly due to the reductions forced upon breeders by economic conditions and against which a fight is being waged by all racing circles. Figures of ' entries for four classics follow: Prix de Diane (French Oaks) at Chantilly in June: 1934. 244; 1938, 2(0, and 1937, 192. This represents a drop for 1937 of 52 over 1935 and 18 over 1936. - : Prix du Jockey Club (French Derby) at Chantilly In June; 1935, 277; 1936, 240, and 1937, 228. This is a decrease for 1937 of 48 entries over 1935 and 12 over' 1936. Grand Prix de Paris at Long-champ in June; 1935, 526; 1936, 479, and 1937, 421. This shows ' decreases for 1937 of 105 from 1935 and 58 from 1936. Prix Royal Oak at Longchamp in September: 1935, 263; 1935, 261, and 1937, 224. This makes 39 less for 1937 than in 1935 and 37 less than 1936. al they twice pulled spikesfrorrJ jMy-Te-Fine Hand Packed My-Te-Fine 3'Sieve VMM Whole NAMED I IKE WARDEN Lacomb. (Special) W. E. Downing has been appointed district fire warden for Linn county to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Jack Vernon who rials over which Vann s train passed. The rails spread and buckled under the train both times but be- lie I9c Cans Beans 2 for 25c cause Langston and Finley moved spikes only from the inside Not a string in a carload San-tiain valley grown tender. Rosy red tomatoes from the Rogue River rich in vitamins. Tail on a curve, the train passed; goes to Salem where he will have employment in the slate forestry office. Mr. Downing is moving his family to Berlin this week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips will move to the Downing house, having leased the farm foe a year. :- tasty. 1 vt. -.. Ci.:ir, Silverdale i safely. Had the outer rail been loosened, railroad men said, the wheel flanges swinging outward with the weight and centrifugal force of a speeding train would in Puree 25c No. 2V2 Cans ONE SHOT KILLS TWO DEER Fredericton, N. B., (U.R Clarence Wade, Pennine guide, killed two deer with one bullet. He said the deer near his home and fired at one of them. The bullet went right through, and struck another deer standing behind, fatally wounding it. certainly have made the plot iv; Cans I5c Northwest grown! A value .miner in a good, tasty bean. success. Economical for Spanish stews spaghetti, etc. (2 tall cans 13c) POLIC E RADIO EXPENSIVE Toledo Sheriff James O'Reilly complained that 65 cents per call . SPAIN SAVES- OLD CONVENT Madrid.-The San Francisco convent at Bneza. recognized as having artistic importance, will be acquired by the Spanish slate as a national monument. T h e Academy of Fine Al ls recently reported that the proprietor of the old convent had transformed it into an olive nit factory. charge for use of the citv police radio was too much to pay every ! time lie wanted to summon a dep ART PIEC ES TO KANSAS Emporia, Kan. u.R) Two bas-reliefs from an Italian cathedral have been purchased by the Emporia State Teachers' College. They are "Angels," by Maestro di Travaso. The originals are in a Milan museum. Millions Spent on . Auto Engineering In Our Meat Department Free Delivery Dinne 22 Meyer Is s & uty. So the county contracted to pav 50 cents a call for use of the police radio, with a $25 monthly minimum. D.-H. Want Ads Brine Results Our shops are festive with Easter foods, candies, gifts and apparel, in typical Fred Meyer variety and at typical Fred Meyer savings. Chocolate - Covered Fruit and Nut Cream 1-lb. Ea-ster Egg, in Gift Box, 29c each. Name on Egg 5c. "Sr; war Easter Candy Basket Filled with Easter no- f9g velties, candies and " milk chocolate figures. Others from 10c to 98c. v Candy-Filled Eggs Foil - covered Easter Egg, packed with Fifth. 33V Avenue chocolates, some gaily foil-wrapped. Also larger size at 89c. KrAr Chocolates 2 WERE OUT OF DATE. Easier Hams Half or Whole Oarsten's Val Pak or Swift's Premium 26k lb. Millions and millions of dollars are. spent every year for motor cur engineering. But it is difficult to estimate the exact amount according to B. H. Anibul, vice president and chief engineer o f Pontine Motor company. "During the last ten years Pon-tlac Motor company's own engineering development expense was well over $8,000,000," says Ani-bal. "At least another four to five miljion dollars have been spent in that time on Pontiac design by the General Motors research division, the Proving Grounds, Fisher Body corporation and other General Motors divisions that supply parts such as generator.'!, starting motors, batteries, spark plugs, hardware, etc. And all of these millions do not take Into account the engineering development work of scores of outside suppliers. "The above sums expended by Pontiac and General Motors include research, design, development, experimental work, hi bora -toi " and road testing, building engines, transmissions, axles, frames, biakes and dozens of oilier units, as well as complete experimental test cars." We certainly have been in a groove at our house. I'm mostly to blame because I kept saying 2-lb. box of our fa 89c Sugar Cured mous Fifth Avenue Gift Baskets " Filled With Fancy Fifth Avenue Chocolates chocolates, the finest that can be made. The Easter gift of good taste. Kiddies' Fancv Flat Baskets. Ideal for Mailing, 39c each SI Pink and Blue Bunnies 49c . At Fred Meyer Candy Dept. . Thrre's full two i.iuntl of rlrh. kitfhon-frcsh chorolflten in thi jiay Kttrtcr Iwik-!. wraptd in collo-phunc ami be-rUbtine). Fifth Avt-num are the favorite chocolatt-a of thoe whu aiMTtfiat xnl candiw. 89c PICNIC SIIOI'LDKKS 4 to 8 lb. average I9jclb, Pure Lard 6Qlb.tub,10c lb. Pure Veg. At Fred Meyer Candy Dept. that we had to save money on food. So my wife did hor part. And one of her little savings was on coffee which wasn't so good. Of course we knew that if we drank Hills Bros. Coffee wo'd have something that tasted right always. But we had the idea that it cost more than we could afford to pay. Well, the other day my wife found out that our ideas were miles out-of-date. Listen do you know that she was able to buy Hills Bros. Coffee at practically the same ( price that we had been paying for our many experiments? Well, we learned our lesson but it still burns me up to think that we Shortening TOWNSENDERS ELECT Lacomb. (Special) At a meeting of the Townsend club held Wednesday evening the following officers were elected. President. Urban Shrode; vice president, E. W. Bartruff; secretary, Mrs. Marlon Nagel; treasurer. Mis. Mabel Henson; advisory board, H. C. Pyle, Mrs. Glenn Osborn, Lee Gaines, J. W. Cox, J. G. Curran and Dan Sturgis; chairman of program committee, Mrs. Arthur Phillips; membership committee. Mrs. Bertha Bowen, social committee. 4 lb. 8c lb. Limit 35c. Cream Fudge 29c lb. Assorted Salted Nuts, 47c lb. Easter Carts 25c to 69c After Dinner Mints. 19c lb. 2 lbs. 35c Hand-Decorated Easter Eggs. lc: others in individual boxes at 23c and 35c each. With name written on 5c extra. Jelly Exster Eggs 15c lb., 2 lbs. 25c Cream or Marshmallow Easter Eggs, 19c lb., 2 lbs. 35c Creme de Mints, with green jelly centers, 19c bag. Eggs, foil wrapped, 6 for 25c 5c Chocolate Runnirs, Chirks, Roosters, etc. S for 25c Chocolate Novelties 5c ea. lOc ea. Milk chocolate bunnies, hens, ducks, and other candy goodies in traditionel Easter forms. The 5c novelties are 6 for 25e; the 10c ones, 3 for 25c. At Fred Meyer Candy Dept. Little Pig Three Link Sausage, 21c lb. 1936 Spring Lambs for Your Laster Dinner Fresh Caught Alaska HALIBUT Sliced 14c lb. I Far Belter Rlacuita could have been drinking Hills Bros. Coffee aH the timet ITI Prices for Friday Morn Thru Monday It's convenient to be able to shop early on Friday for your weekend needs, and still make all Saturday savings here. Schilling Marshmallow Candy Eggs G 2 25c lbs. Also cream W,!' Easter Eggs (13e lt.) PO WD IS 11

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