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Tuesday, April 14, 1936
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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1936 Sand & Gravel Co., local Johns Manville dealers. The Federal Housing Adminis- WILLIE WILKINS WIGGLY WITNESS Pension Petitions Will Be Speeded No Masonic Meeting The secretary of the Iioyal Arch Masons announces today that there will be no regular meeting this evening, on account of the grand chapter meeting in "Portland, mft -ifeikir in a. waiion singie-morigoge pian -oi tLCAKINu 9CLr financing new construction is a,lso taken up in' detail In this talkie. . NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 O'clock call D. M. Rohrbough, Phone 718-T and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Rpporfc all other complaints to the office, i Phone 16 . The Albany Democrat-Herald both in its application to builders D0'" " us application 10 ouna itt :-u , ui, it .. 'wiiif' embarrassed! and l0 prospective home-owners THURS. THE LAST NIGHT Roller Skatine Albany .Armorv. . , not ieen an undeniable negro "iiiiflm wiiKine o .feealtie not-been an undeniable negro . id.nn 'bad ruAAi as i n a " hic r,,M .,.,,,,11 i, unnn .i anwwi. DUAKU their time to investigation work, STUDY GRAVEL SUPPLY hoping to complete visits upon all Members of the Linn county persons now receiving county old court last week investigated age pensions by May 1, after j sources of gravel for surfacing the which new applications will be j Lebanon-Crabtree road, which has given attention. . been prepared by WPA labor for ; 1 grading, which will be done by the IVJIIRPn pPMrrp -niiro eo"nty- Surfacing will be started INJURED PASSENGER DIES . as s00n as (he grades are compiet- Uniontown, Pa., April 14. The ed, members of the court said. body of the twelfth victim o: the crash of T. W. A. airliner Sur Rac- BACK FROM HAWAII er was to be shipped to Cleveland j Mrs. Lona Locke, Corvallis, 1 today for burial. Charles G. Chal- who has been in Hawaii for the linor, Cleveland, one of the three last year, is visiting here with her persons who escaped instant death ' mother, Ms. James Nanny, before in the air tragedy in the Cheat ' resuming her residence in Cor-mountains a week ago today, died vallis. Mrs. Locke was with her of pneumonia in Uniontown hos-; daughter, Mrs. Stanley Christian, pital last night. 1 near Honolulu. Evangelical Group , Plan Play Thursday Members of the Evangelical church will apear in a 3-act play, "The Old Fashioned Mother," to be given at the church at 7:30 p. m. Thursday under auspices of the young people of the church, it was announced today. The entertainment will be public, and no admission charge will be made, but a silver offering will be taken. Members of the cast will be Vera Hicks, Muriel Smith, Jeanne Swander, Myrna Cotchell, Jess Tannich, Kenneth Erb, Joe Kelty and Tom Kelty. PICKS TEACHERS Pinochle Party Held Work upon" old age"" assistance petitions will be speeded up materially by the Linn county relief ci.mmlUee. it was decided " at a special meeting of the committee lute ye terday. ft was voted .to meet hereafter during April each Wednesday afternoon, when activities of the committee will be concentrated on' this work. Several applications were disposed of yesterday. Meanwhile the social service workers are ' devoting much of The Women of the Moose held scarlet when" he stopped briefly at Albany late Saturday. j Wilkins was driving a tow-car j in which was a safe. Attracted bv I their Monday night pinochle party (Continued from Paitt On-i at the Moose temple last evening. Prizes went to Mrs. Carl Harmsh n1f.-PJ?hran!? x ? I""0"' liCKnS i0" oah, Lucile Murphy, plnte with a dealer's tag number- Dhvsi(.ai prtrHln V and C. J. Southworth. ed B03A in contrast with . i 1 ;(') . . . ,-io,iwi To Broadcast Over KOAC Charlotte Allen, second grade; ".....I.... 1 1 A I . . . The Farmers' Union of River- officer intercepted Wilkins. THE WEATHER jwijiii iuuiuy, gjuues o ana "tv Oregon: Fair tonight and Wed- view will present a radio program over KOAC Wednesday evening 1 he negro-driver explained that j Lorene Herman, third grade; Opal the plates were all right in Wash- . Jarmon, home economics; Sadie at 6:30 o'clock, it. was announced, j ington, since both had been Issued , Kaser, 'second grade; Linden R. nesdayj but cloudy . near coast cooler 61 rioftheast portion tonight aentle northwest wind dTf coast i m me suine ocaier ana uian i nave Leuner. arithmetic and fliistory; Here from Seattle - Maximum" temperature yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merritt of locally 75 degrees iMinimum tem Seattle, formerly of Albany, spent perature last night 46 .degrees. to dc mated. He was confused, i Mary Magers, fifth grade; Anna however, by reference to his lackMavne, fourth B; Mrs. Gertrude of a non-resident's , registration McLeod, mathematics; William C. certificate. . ,. I Mickelson, industrial arts; Thelma "Ah didn' know Ah had to have Peterson, geography and history; one," Wilkins pleaded, after giv-; Lettie M. Pftitt. vocations nnrl crt. the week-end in Albany on a business trip. . , Hiver 7 aeet. . . , ( , Has Tonsils Removed You, too, can help to bring new people new buying power, Walter Lewis Kunner, jr- un derwent an operation for the re moval of his tonsils this morning Hector Recommended . ,:! Gilmore Hector -of the North Albany neighborhood was ' recommended yesterday . by Federal Judge John McNary for appointment as Benton county conciliation commissioner to succeed the late Julius Abraham. ut the Albany General hospital, ing nis name. "Let's see your driver's license," the officer commanded. Wilkins pulled out a card and handed it to the officer. It was a liquor permit made out to William Winchester. "Who is Winchester," tho officer askqd. 1 ence; Lila Schumaker, sixth grade; I Judith Severson, Fifth A and sixth I A;. Pearl Turnidge, English; .Ada Zlnser, first grade. , i Central School I Neva Andersen, home economics; Zella Burkhart, first grade; Lillian Earnest, sixth grade; Sven Ellassen, industrial arts; Bess Gei-bpl. historv. Enfflish iind Snnnish- Leave for School Mr. and Mis. K. T. Bussard left this morning by automobile for Silver Springs, Maryland, where "That's me, was the reply. they are to attend a cleaners school "I thought you said your name! Donna Gill, civics, history, science greater prosperity to Oregon and during the summer. -.. ! was Wilkins,' 'the law countered suspectingly. and public speaking; Lottie Morgan, English; Anna Moses, fourth grade; Helen Lamar, third grade; Attends District Meet Oh, yassah, Wilkins evnlaincd. County Agent Floyd E. Mullen "I forgot. You see this Winches- . r. E Candidate for Reelection Roy Cannon, county school superintendent of Multnomah county and former county school superintendent of Benton county, widely known in Linn county, is a candidate for reelection. ! Itenton Taxes Paid Forty-three percent of the taxes' in Benton county for this year have been paid, amounting to Kicmcr, mathematics; Hazel. is spending the day in Roseburg, i-ci (inn vii in uuiiuica UI1U WIT lives togethah.'. - ,, : attending a district conference of county agents. When Wilkins saw he had giv en the officer the wrong card, he Pythian Card Party reached back Into his pocket and produced the driver's license. By The Pythian Sisters are to con 1 this time he was beginning to per Rolfe, second grade; Zoe Sanders, fifth grade; Mury E. Vandel, geography, sociology and science. j Maple School I Evelyn Achospn, third grade; Ruth Bryant, fifth grade; Alma Carey, second grade; Grace Chally, fourth grade; Ida Mitzner, first grade. Miss McCpnnel, the principal, teaches the sixth grade in this school. , . j , Juanlta Johnston was re-en- $240,534.27. This is a big increase over the amount paid at this time 'Inst year which at the end of April duct a card party this evening in' the Pythian hall. All members o the Pythian orders and their families and friends are invited. The totaled $i, party begins at 8 o'clock. spire. He was reminded that he had forgotten to sign his license cord, and proceeded to rectify the omission. He wrote "William Winchester." The officer glared. He eyed the safe. "Ah dldn' steal that safe," said the traveler, sensing the offi Maccabee Meetltur CARD OF THANKS - ; WHAT IS The regular meeting of the adult members of the Maccabee order We wish to thank our friends l.gaged as school health nurse. 1 and neighbors for the many kind is scheduled to be held this eve St '1' nesses and expressions of sym-1 ning in the K. of P. hall. Following pathy extended to us in our recent the meeting will be a dance for all Maccabees and their friends. bereavement, the loss of our dear wife and mother. Also for the beautiful flowers' Q- Milner and Family Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Gourley and Family. cer's suspicion. "Ah'd be silly to' steal a safe and put it on a tow ' car." He waxed more nervous. 1 "How about this. Are you Win- I Chester or Wilkins?" insisted the man in blue. x ! "Well, to tell you do truf, you'se i got me so flustered Ah's not sure but anyway we's such buddies ' we's just like one," the car driver I said as he squirmed uncomfort-1 ably in his scat, trying desperate-! ly to convince tho officer that! everything was al right. He was 1 Easier Guests Eastor guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Keeny were Mr. and Mrs.. Clark Price of Albany, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hcnsen of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Peters and family of Harrisburg and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Simmons and daughter of Coburg. TOBAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS rWJUNDREDS of thousands' of people iri the East and Mid-west are Unbecoming weary of loss and suffering caused by disastrous floods, f cyclones, drouths, dust storms, extreme cold and heat, resulting in crop failures, loss of property and human life. Thousands of these people will come to Oregon and the peaceful, productive Willamette Valley when they are properly informed of the advantages and attractions of this great "3-million acre garden." BECOME A MEMBER of The Greater Willamette Valley Ass'n, Inc. Read in the column at the left what this organization is and what it is doing to make this a greater valley. Your membership subscription, even though small, will help this association continue to "tell the world" about Oregon and the Willamette Valley through folders and space in Eastern publications that are already bringing in hundreds of inquiries from PEOPLE WHO HAVE MONEY TO INVEST here. Every new, properly financed family we can attract to the Willamette Valley means new buying power and greater prosperity for all. IT'S EVERYBODY'S JOB! Everybody will benefit as trie valley develops and increases in population. Whether you are a farmer, poultry-man, dairyman, orchardist, doctor, lawyer, retail merchant, manufacturer, banker or retired property owner YOU WILL BENEFIT 1 Fill out one . of the coupons today and send in your subscription. Willamette Valley Association" It Is a valley-wide, non-profit organization sponsored by civic-minded business and professional men, chambers of commerce and other business clubs. Its officers and directors consist of 30 well-known business men representing practically every community in the valley. They serve absolutely without pay. This association's purpose is to promote a more rapid and continuous growth and development of this state and valley to create valley-wide public sentiment favorable to the great projects of irrigation, drainage, flood control and other needed developments. trying desperately to convince the officer that everything was all right. He was taking the safe for MARKETS AT A GLANCE (Br Unlltd rnw). Stocks break 1 to 4 points To Attend Funeral . Mrs. A. Harnisch ot San Francisco is in Albany to attend the funeral of her lister, lVtra. Cecil Cox, which was held this THE RISK OF A FIRE is entirely yours without Fire Insurance! The work and saving of many years can be wip- , ed out in one short hour; if FIRE, strikes .V. and if you are not protected. U INSURE TODAY! Don't take that risk yourself when it can , be transferred at such a low cost. OREGON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. McMinnvllle, Ore. EMMETT & PEARCE AGENCY '3rd nnd Rroadalbin Sts. Clinic Building Phone 476-R in most severe' decline In month, his garage owner-employer from Seattle to San Francisco, he said, and knew nothing about the Bonds lower led by industrial is sues; U- S. governments irregular. Curb stocks lower. . . , Call money of 1 per cent. foreign exchange: French franc Movinr to Berlin Mr. and Mrs. E. Neuschwnnder of the Hazclwood section of Albany are moving this week to the Berlin neighborhood on Hamilton creek. - firms against dollur; sterling steady. ..... Cotton 2 to 7 points lower. i Stacks New York, April 14. The stock market toduy experienced its wiri-: Architects Here T. F. Tourtellette and T. E. Phillips, architects for tho three new school buildings in Albany, arrived here yesterday on an Inspection trip. Just to convince tho officer he was Wilkins he pulled out the receipt for a loan which he said he had repaid. That only made matters worse. It was made out to William Winchester. Wilkins' face registered agony. By this time the officer could contain himself no longer, and burst out laughing. "I guess if you were trying to hide anything you would do a better job of it than this," ho said. The man in black was relieved. As he departed he was warned to take out a. visitor's permit. Wilkins attempted to do so at the Albany Chamber of Commerce office. Ho had no certificate of ownership or anything else . that is necessary to register nn out-of- est decline in mure than a month. Prices dropped 1 to more than 4 mm points with volume increasing over the recent pace. Wull Streut observers ascribed From Eugene-Robert Dawson from Eugene was among the business visitors spending last night In Albany. the drop mainly to a bad technical position. USE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL Dow Junes preliminary closing 1 Attend Masonlo Meeting T J"vVf V.?'" Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies " Made Possible Through the Civic Spirit of -THE LADD & BUSH BANK, SALEM " ... . The Pioneer Bank of the Willamette Valley, whose .name has been identified with the growth -end development o Oregon since 4869, $100 for the best letters on ' Mr. and-Mrs. Stowe II Dawson i" " '""..., uu i.oo- are spending a few days in Port- utility, J2.3B, olf S.52. land attending a state meeting of Volume approximated l.MO.OOO the Masonic bodies. I shares compared with 1,450,000 : shares yesterday. Curb sales were From Vancouver 1 4HO.0O0 shares compared with What This Valley-wide Organization is Doing It is bringing about a spirit of valley-wide cooperation with practically all communities participating nd pulling together for the common good of all. Through publicity, meetings and direct contact, citizens of the valley are encouraged to become more civic minded and better informed about their homeland. Advertising being placed by this association is reaching 5 million families a week in other states, offering free folders about the valley. Hundreds of inquiries are coming in. Thousands of tourists and homeseekers will visit Oregon and the Willamette Valley this year. 60,000 folders have been printed and widely distributed. More will be needed soon. Large billboards will be erected at the entrances to the valley as funds permit. are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic ailments. state vehicle. , t By this time Wilkins was shak- ing all over, lie resumed liisi southward journey expecting any j moment to he arrested . and ! "thiowcd into the jail house." i That he would run into further f vexation appeared likely inas-; much as the word was passed j down the line of state police. 1 "Why We Should Keep Telling the World About Oregon and the Fertile Wfillamette Valley" Mr. Anderson of Vancouver. ""U0 shines yesterday. S. B. Kong Wash, son of "Crab" Anderson, a resident of Albany many years ago, was an Albany business visitor yesterday. FIRST PRIZE . . $50 Second Prize . . $20 Third Prixe . . . $10 and 10 prizes of $2 Each Salem Visitor J. W. Large, registering from Salem, was among visitors spending last night in Albany. , Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, usthma, chronic cough, stomach, gull stones, colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnays, bladder, heart, nerves,' neuralgia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fung, 8 years practice in China, Herb Specialist, gives relief after others fail. 139 E. First St., Albany, Or. Office Hours: Sunday and Wednesday 11 a.m., to 2 p.m. Grain Chicago, April 14 Wheat fu-luros spurted 1 to 14 cents net a bushel on the board of trade today to new highs for the niuvemenl under lead of new crops. Crop tears and surprising strength in the Kansas City market were main factors in the rally which carried prices up us much as 2:Hi cents a bushel from the curly lows. At the close May was up 1 cent; new and the new crops were up l:ki cents a bushel each. Corn was b tot j cents higher; oats were V to :Ni cent up Hitd rye was Vi to 1 cent a bushel higher. Future of Building ( Industry Film Topic " The immediate future of the; building industry and the part lo-j cal architects, builders 'and con-j tractors can' play in, it is the (tub- t ject of a new tulking picture which From Sweet Homo-Mrs. J. A. Cell and son, Floyd, of Sweet Home wore Albany shoppers yesterday afternoon. CONTEST RULES 1. Anyone interested in a Greater Willamette Valley is eligible. You need not necessarily become a supporter of this association to enter. Neither do you have to take part in the contest to become a member. 2. Write a letter of not more than ISO words. Print your name and address plainly on back of letter only. Mail it to Greater Willamette Valley Association, Albany, Ore. 3. Write only on one side' of paper. Use typewriter or pen and ink if possible. All letters become property of the association and none will be returned. In case of ties, duplicate prizes will be awarded. A. CONTEST CLOSES MAY 11th and all letters must be postmarked before midnight of that date. A simple, easy contest! All you do is write in your own words "Why we should keep telling the world about Oregon and the fertile Willamette Valley." In writing, consider what advertising has done for California what it has done for California products. Get a copy of the Willamette Valley Folder from your chamber of commerce or newspaper office or write association headquarters at Albany for one. The facts contained therein will help you in writing your letter.' HEAD CONTEST RULES CAREFULLY then write your letter at once I YOU may win the $50 first prize. From Portland-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Austin ot Portland were weekend visitors in Albany at the home of Mr. Austin's mother, Mrs. O. D. Austin. MODERN WOMEN Nted No4 Sufftrnuiutily pnin ami ilrtoy due to ittiilit.mTVousptnim.fii.DStirtHirhttailHr ehusae, l'lii-fhrinrii Ihnmonti Hi Mid lMta am Tech w. HELP KEEP THE GOOD WORK COINC! Grade Schools to Open at 8 o'Clock win oe shown to local members of the trade at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at the. St. Francis liotel dining room. . This film, produced by the Johns-Munville Corporation to portray graphically the possibility for- those connected with the building industry to pluy a major part in the reviving of new home con-struclion ,is being shown here uu-der the auspices of the Albany From Corvallis J. V. Noble of Corvallis spent this forenoon in Albany looking after business interests. niiuruKHiiti.iiiirnvi'r-t.iyvnr. ammi i iH;iiH:ii;tiJnpy "tHl DIAMOND y ISAttO- Zip off THIS COUPON NOW From Scio Henry Phillips of the Scio public schools was umong the out-of-town weekend business visitors in Albany. 1 I and Mail to niillll1 ! I S Eli ow -n tflflflRauui Beginning tomorrow the Albany grade schools also will convene ut 8 a. m. daily. Hex Pulnani, city school supi'riuto.ndent, uuiioiiticcd today- The high and junior high schools hud been convening at this hour for some time, and synchio-nization of tho grade school schedule with tins plar was done for the sake of umlormity and convenience of parents, Mr. Putnam explained. Likewise tho noon recess of the grade schols will be curtailed, the superintendent added. The lower grades 'which had been dividing time in the Central and Madison schools, meeting for but part of From Eugene Dr. J. E. Richmond Of Eugene, who writes for the Domorrnt-iror-ald os "Deacon Richmond" was nn Albany visitor this forenoon. - 'v.i H II I I II IP CREATER WILLAMETTE VALLFY ASSOCIATION, INC., ALBANY, OR. Visit Relatives-Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nash and their -baby daughter, born March 19 in Portland, spent Easter at tho home of Mrs. Nash's nurAntR Air Fill out Below for Business or Professional Men's Membership and Mrs. Charles G. Randall. and,each flu-v- W1" m,t ue affected by of lamuy oi the Knox Butte neigh- lne enauge. borhood. Thev also attended the The new arrangement is made I VL iKr Fill Out This Side of Coupon EJM?V- MVtiY 4 f7Sr For Individual Membership of. t : : f-" -EC Endow n! SI 00 lor mjr membtriliip lor 116. I I i.', 5 llf'iir' l finn Kni me 10 foldtn which I will nail to pt -J Y frlndi tnd relatira ia other itnei. Easter program and dinner sponsored by the Santiam Central Sunday school. - to facilitate construction work at Madison school, the superintendent said. ! r9 or more Encloted nnd t... (or un member- hip in the Gre.ter Willamette Valley AtM-ciation. Pteate aend tie IL..'..', .., (olden. SPECIAL Name... Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. ST. FRANCIS "HOTEL DINING ROOM THE MODEL HOME 1 . . . 1 .... A story full of action and human interrst with an able cast of 'diameters, inxiudiiiR Hronttwav and Hallvwood Stars. Como -and see .this talking picture at our expense. See. through an Interesting production, the comforts and improvements of the modern home in which Johns-Munville materials lire usedtriple insulated against weather, fire nnd wear. If you are planning on building a home, no matter how modest your budget, you'll want to see this picture. If not, you'll enjoy nn excellent cvgiing's entertainment nojway. Cnmc! It's free! l.ntest and newest typos or building materials will be on display. UNDER Al'SriCT.S OF Tll Albany Snrid g Grtiy nroarialMn and Water Strrels Q lme 464 '.ur 0::piv !vc .n pe:r. anetit waving has qualified us to offer - ..i: ii II j iced nws. .ivinplete with shampoo, finger .wave ( ml linn cut. ... . ,, .... K.P.D. or St.. Town '; Jni"k3 w.'vcv'are jS,"" t sou, ixcmnii a nnd . we bMit-vc, with more curl . th .11 uny 75c Nearly 404 busman J . t ..'," . JUSm v tithor shop in the tOLDERS FREfc One folder will be mailed to anyone requesting same. Additional folders will be supplltWjn the basis of 10 for each $1 subscribed. i city. - "vcxwonaji m.n nve already subscr.bed to annu.1 rwrnbevships rn,inf from J lb CS per y-r. Also a great nny,individite b.v. subscribe .00 6r more eaVh. Olhnr umune fivtM C-1 On In r. nn ...hiMu .1, "NEMf RAY, Machineirsa, llraieilva Permanent Wave HyHTIW.I WORK OlMo irgo$! Cattle Permanent Wave Shop IM Lyon Streeto ' Phone 14 for Your Appointments This Ad Is Donated Vtotte,$mm9&&6 O '

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