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ftiMOCRAT-HERAtD, ALBANY, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL' 17; 1936. THEw ALBAHf Where Italians Race to Beat Rains Goott Morning, Mr. Fickert' and fruit. Mary Howells, secretary of the local Campfire girls' organization, will give further information on request, she said today. i '"' SOCIETY. Shedd Society " V ' sroTirfi (itv . . SUBSCRIBERS W your paper has riot boon delivered by your Albany carrion by 8:00 o'clock call . , D. M. Rohrbourh, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be" delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the bf flee, Phone 15 The' Albany Democrat'-Herald I - -KJef I Jteum Slwies concer i," RETPEATSOUTH HERE deSSYE BE f ORS ITALIAN . , W31 f . y DRIVE I J Vo -- Demolays Initiate ' 4 on Wednesday . Four boys received the first degree of initiation into Takena Chapter No. 796, Order of De-Molay, Wednesday night. An ad- i ded feature of the evening was the 1 presentation to John Vannice of a . blue honor key for obtaining new : members. The presentation was made by Ralph Senders, state master councilor- This key was the 246th to be issued by the grand council and is the fourth awarded to an Oregon member. Senders was the first to get one in Oregon. ; Word has been received by officers of Takena chapter that Walter Stuart, jr., past master councilor and present advisor of the chapter has been adjudged by the grand council to -be a "representative DeMolay." This is the second highest award that is given to a majority member of the order. In addition to being advisor of Takena chapter, Stuart is scribe-treasurer of the chapter and is serving his second year as state scribe-treasurer. Severa carloads of DeMolays will go to Salem Saturday for the observance of State Demolay day which has been proclaimed by Governor Martin. Those initiated Wednesday night were Robert Douglas, William Fra-, NEXT FASCIST ADVANCE EXPECTED HEREWITH TRIANGLE AT GOAL ADDIS ABABA KEY RECENT ITALIAN i SAINS , -r ".' Tlffi WEATHER ' Oregon: U n s e 1 1 1 ed tonight, with occasional rains in west por-lifinr Sn(ni'ri!i"rniii: eooJer Satur- duy; irtcreasjng siitheasj jwijid qff coast; pecafoiw. strong. . . 'J. . ' j Maximum temperature ycslcr- day locally 78 degrees; minimum ! temperature last night, 53 degrees; 1 river, 8.4 feet. From Pendleton Mrs.' E. J., Summerville and party of eight persons of Pendleton were guests last night at the Albany hotel on their return home from spending the wintor in Cali-fornin...They are relutives of the Blodgelt families of Albany. Visitor from Portland Charles Peterson of Portland; a I brother of Mrsv Cathcrihfe Washburn who makes her home in Albany part of the time, was on Albany, visitor lust.nighl. From Ash Swale-- n' Fred E. Harrison of .Ash Swale, candidate for re-election to With Emperor Halle Selassie's disorganized forces put to .rout after decisive defeats around Lake Ashnngl. Mussolini's legions drove toward Dessye In an effort to reach that strategic city before the big rains start in June.. A paved'roail runs from Dessye to Addis Ababa. Other recent Italian gains In the Lake Tana region brought the invaders to the north shore of that lake, so vital to British irrigation works In Egypt. Next move of the Italians was expected to he Gem Rodolpho Crazlanl's loiignwalted offensive In the- south 'against Hiiro r, Jijlga, and Dlredawa. key cities of eastern Ethiopia. Feelings of both men are plainly mirrored on their faces as Tom Mooney left, and Charles M. Fickert meet In n - San- Francisco ' courtroom during Mooney's habeas corpus proceedings. As district attorney, Fickert relentlessly prcsecuied Mooney in the 1916 San Francisco Preparedness Day bpmdino: and still opposes any move thai mleht caln Mionev Ireedom. . thelbers of the scout codicil said to- TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS NOW AT Oregon legislature, was an Albany buslnes svisitor. this forenoon, Planting Cherry Trees Dayton Holloway ,is planting a variety of first class cherry trees on his land in North Albany. FIRST and LYON j ." '' . I Letters Unclaimed From Klamath Fallsj-. , ' j The following letters remnin un-' Mr. -and Mrs. H. Johnson from cniicd for at the post office: Carl Klnmath Falls were business visit- , Brown, Lester L. Crane (2). J. W. MARKETS AT A GLANCE itocKs irregularly lower: oils i firm. ; Bonds irregularly lowfcr; U. S. governments easy. . Curb irregular; oils higher. Chicago stocks irreguaiiy low- er. Call money of 1 per cent. ' Dollar lower against French francs; firm in sterling, Cotton 3 to 4 points higher. Rubber around 0 points higher. Silver at New York 45 cents, up 'j, first advance singe August. Mour Vnrt A,n an T- lions on the stock exchange barely i ,.vhh 0 minin .j..: nv.aAn n m;1lin U 1.... ,w ti,nt u1. cirMmi i i,ii., ors spending last night in Albany. Former Student Here ; Dr. L. R. Daughcrty of Seattle, a former student at Albany college was among the visitors lust night at nn Albany hotel. . ' District Meetinr Set Tile Women of the Albany Bup- " v.iM... m.w ."Mv'u " represeniea ai rne oiumuia ais- 1 cabin near Albanv collcae. mem- day. Visits Mother T. C. Turner of Portlnnd was in Albany Thursday on a visit with his mother, Mrs. G. C. Turner. Cuthbcrtson, W. S. Cooley, Mrs. Scely H. Edwards, Mr. and Mis. H. L. Godwin, Mrs. Cannrissu Fos- u-r, vj. n. nunsun, ivirs. tenua IMontan, Lewis Uabilov, John Hess. Lillian Sanders, M. Ethel Taylor, ueuince B. woociring. At Albany General- Mrs. T. H. Thomas of Harris- IUUIK WCIIV u IIIUJIH UIMTUllon inursuay auernoon at the Albany Visits Here ! a r,f j n' , 11. Mrs. Clifford Rich of Warren- ton, spent Easter in Albany with ! father, R. A. Huuhancm and Mr. and Mis. D. W. Rich, her fa ther and mother-in-law. She re- It is with pleasure that ' I rim able to announce that I. have leased the Associated Serv-. ice Station at First and Lyon streets, and am now located in my new quarters. . I .-.".I'""". I am specializing on car lubrication and greasing and have modern machinery to take care of this important detail. I want to thank my patrons who have' been my customers at my Ninth and Elm Street station and invite their continuance in my , new -station. .-. I will welcome' the former patrons of Charles Olvis and assure them courteous and efficient service. y , "Let's Get Associated" L. F. BASSETT SERVICE STATION First and Lyon Streets tal sales for Hie year above 200,-,"' 000. 000 shares, a level that was nrt 1, ,;.i,,i i mjn . .ii c."u. and trict meclintat the Calvary Bap- 'periecrol hospital. Ed Hawker was tist church ili Salem April 21 and admitted for medical treatment; 22. iMrs. J. F. Mitchell of Albany sub- . mitted to a major operation this Pythian Convention morning and Eunice Dovis tinder- Albany Knights' of Pythias' are I'went a minor operation at the hos-to erttertaln the district conven- ' P'tal this morning. Scott and Walter c 1:75 New? ' Reasons For Better Health Make your "good health" wishes with horseshoes and wishbones if you' want to,' but don't forget that we have stocked ' 75 new health medicines in our prescription in recent months. Many of these represent some vital new discoveries of medical science. THIS readiness to stock new drugs, even seldom used, unprofitable ones, protects you and yours against dangerous delays. It's just one of the reasons why you should resolve to have all your prescriptions filled here. HURLEY'S DRUG STORE - PHONE 309 3 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN Grasp this opportunity to enjoy Chevrolet's lam-' ous beauty, performance and economy at this unprecedented low prico. Just like a new ear. A real bargain $EOC at only OOO 1931 CHEVROLET MASTER C OACH Act quickly for this great value. In fine condition just nicely broken in. Motor is smooth, powerful and $OOC economical. Special OduO 1930 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN Big. roomy, comfortable, dependable. Like new in every respect. Backed by "an OK that counts.". Sale SOI f price onlv , . tlu 1931 FORD VICTORIA-4f you are looking-for a real bargain in a small, attractive car see this Ford today. Its finish, tires and upholstery show little wear. Its motor, transmission and axle have been carefully checked for dependability and durability! Special Tf!lS sale price .'..-.a.... OOO 1930 PONTIAC SEDAN Good tires, new paint clean upholstery, and in wonder- 49 4R ful condition 049 193S CHEVROLET COACH We have two of these cars in excellent condition. Paint, tirei, and upholstery fine. Runs won-derfullv. ConSe In and see them. tVE HAVE SEVERAL GOO CHEAP CARS, roadsters. dans, coupes, pick-ups. etc. Fords. Buicks, Studebatsjars Dodges, Pontiacs and other It very low prices. ser, Byron Smith, jr. ,rar,,T ccmesa iy an. r wu Chicago, April 17.r-WlieBt fu-1 ccomimn ed hs funis Port and hv 1. i:.u'j 1. ... n turned Jiumci Wednesday ami wm n, , . n . ' . '"."ViU1 closing overages showed industrial 157.78 off .71, railroad 48.32 off .39, utility 32.11 off .40. ,i .,,. i ,.j .-..j...., ""..1 vulume approximately l.iau.uuu iitiuiio iuiiijjuii-u Willi J.l.JU.UUU Lh,, .,ia,t.rj n....u ... ';)n7 onn sh(lrcs ' comn.,V,,d with 398,000 shines yesterday. Grain iini-.i i-iuiiui-u iiuilii lis 0 cents a bushel in North American grain markets today on failure of rain to materialize in arid regions of the southwest winter wheal belt, increasing deterioration reports and developments M,iy wheu crac.kecl the dollar cwl (m ie bourd ,)f u.ode f()r 2 cent gain, while the new crops (were up as much us 2 cents n bushel. Northwest markets were strong, gains at Minneapolis rang- ipg to 3 cents. At tne close on the board o Shedd. Mrs. Lewis Abraham was hostess to the U Go I 'Go club Friday afternoon. Eight members and five guests enjoyed her hospitality, the guest" being Mrs. Dae Milter, Mrs. Et r-i.; Abraham, Mrs. George Chandler, Mrs. Kenneth i Robson, and Mrs. Charles King of Portland. In ah Easter egg hunt. Mrs. Har old Muller and Mrs. Robson tied, , Mrs. Muller winning' fhe prize in the drawing. Mrs. Chandler won i the prize in a guessing contest. Mrs. Abraham served a delicious luncheon assisted by Mrs. Miller i and Mrs. Chandler. Mrs. Clay Stone will be hostess on April 24. The husbands of members of the U Go I Go club were hosts to their wives at a dinner and card party given at Dixie Tavern, in Tangent, Saturday night. Places were laid at two large tables for twenty-four persons. After the dinner, six card tables were set up and pinochle was played until a late hour. Mrs. Cloy Stone and Mr. Merle Githens won the prizes for high scores. Rock Hill Society Rock Hill. The Rainbow club I met with Mrs. J. L. Gorman on I April 8. Roll call was responded to i by 16 members and 5 guests. Miss I Ann Murphy was welcomed into t the club as a new member. Mrs. Ellis Warren (nee Mabel Matth ews) a member of the club and a recent bride was given a bridal shower at this meeting. Mrs. Bervl Wilson as Droaram leader eave an educational contest with Mrs. Gorman and Mrs. R. P. Nichols winning first and second prizes and Mrs. E. Crossan the consolation prize. Spring flowers and h-astor decorations were used about the rooms, The hostess was assisted in serv- inE by Mrs' J. L- Blackburn and Mrs- Willie Sherod. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gorman of near Lebanon entertained with a dinner on Easter Sunday with the following guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kansom, Mr. M. A. HiacKDurn ana Mif.A"n Murphy Mr. and Mrs Ralph Nichols and two children ana Mrs. Ida Nichols, Mrs. Connie d ,. tr ",C"T B"a ?(lyanSa- l",, Lcba5on: lMr' Mrs. Beryl Wilson, daughter Shirley of Brownsville, and the host and hostess and son Donald. Holley Society Holley. The Holley Church of Christ was the scene of a wedding ceremony Sunduy when Daisy Thompson and Virgil Menear were united in murriuge at 12 o'clock, at the close of the morning services. Rev. Hurry Benton officiated. Mrs. Florence Hodge, eldest sister of the bride sung "I Love You Truly," und Miss Ruth Towne played the wedding march. Mrs. Cleo Thompson, a recent bride, wus the matron of honor, and Norma Thompson und Jean Carpenter were brides maids. Cleo Thompson, brother of the bride was best man, and Dean Thompson and Alvin McLain were ushers. Tho bride was lovely in a gown or pole green satin, with a veil, and a coronet of blossoms. She cur. cled an arm bouquet of spring blossoms. The matron of honor wore a pink organdy, and the hold at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomp- son at their home nt Pnrn RiHp from 11:30 to 2 o'clock. The newly weds left for their home at the Wayne Menear farm above Foster; ,- At 9:30 Sunday eveninn. about 250 friends gathered at the Menear home and gave the bride und groom a house warming and ehari- vari. -v. - .1 Mr. Menear is a graduate of the 'Sweet Home high school class of and Mrs. Menear of the class of '3.1. C ARD OF THANKS We wish o evorl'ss nni ineri gratitude to our many friends for the kindness and sympathy ex- tended to us in our recent sorrow. und for the maiiv lovclv flowers. Mrs. W. 11. Howard Miss Mabel Howard- t'OVRT STII.I. IN PORTLAND All members of the Linn county court, who weril to Portland yesterday to interview the state highway commission in ."egard to the South Santiam road as part of the Linn county delegation, remained there on business toosv. J OREGON'S FAVORITE EIGHT.FORTY rmv,os$i.i MnlltC- ,4S It UnMIID. M You can sasre PREVIOUf ITALIAN GAINS Marriage Last's Under Two Weeks It took Keith and Geneva Burnett only a few weeks to find out that their marriage was hot a success. '' " Mrs; Burnett filed in circuit court yesterday a complaint asking a divorce from her husband on the ground of cruelty. They were married April 4, 1936, at Vancouver, Wash., the plaintiff alleges. N. D. Bradly has also filed suit against Doris Bradly, charging desertion. They were married in Marion county May 12, 1930. TRUCK DRIVER FINED George Githens was fined $10 in justice court here yesterday when he Dleaded auiltv to the charge of Afiiintr hie fi-nf-k- fnotoi- than th I law permits. ' ' WOULD COLLECT' FOE LOGS ; . George H. Quigley has filed suit in circuit court here against! Henry Krosman et dl seeking to collect $368.88 for logs which he alleges he sold to the defendants, j ' GIRLS PLAN MIKE " 1 Ahnoiineement was made today j that local Campfire firls and all j other girls over the age of 10' years will hike into the North Al- bany community tomorrow. The girls will meet at the city library 1 at 1:30 p. m. The hike will be un- i der leadership' of. Made Hubbc.ll. Each girl will bring sandwiches ! J933 PLYMOUTH SEDAN If you are looking for a real bargain in a small, attractive car see this Plymouth today. Its finish, tires and upholstery show no wear. Its piotor, transmission and axle have been carefully checked for dependability and durability.. 4.QCL Special sale price. . T JJ 1933 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN Read that price! See this practically new Chevrolet compare appearance, performance and reliability and you'll prefer it to anything the -market offers at anywhere near this price; Completely equipped, ready to drive SQLT away for only... -: TiJ 1930 FORD TtDOR SEDAN Just traded in on a new Chevrolet Six, and in excellent condition. Body and upholstery like new. For sale "with an OK that counts" to the first lucky buyer at this low '265 price ........ 1934 CHEVROLET COUPE If you want a coupe, grasp this opportunity of a lifetime. You'll be proud of its appearance and performance. And at this low price you can pay for many months' operating costs with the savings. Reduced for quick sale to J275 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN Original Duco finish, clean upholstery, tires that show little wear. Thoroughly reconditioned and backed by "an OK that counts". Completely equipped including radio, steam heater and bumper $J?OC guards. Special 9uJ 1930 FORD COtJPE This clean, two-passenger coupe is just the car for a traveling man. Its large rear deck will seclude many cumbersome packages. Its appearance is very smart and attractive. Hurry on sale for two days only at this remarkably low ORs5 price ssstOw 1934 PLYMOUTH SEDAN If you are looking for a real bargain in a small, attractive car see this Plymouth today- Its finish, tires and upholstery show no wear. Its- motor, transmission and axle have been carefully checked for dependability, special eoe sale price OIO iruoe may wneni wus up 1 cents bridesmaids wore organdy dresses net, July wus up 2's cents net undjof pastel shades. A reception was at this great spring clearance sale of SANTIAM ROAD FINISHING ASKED (Continued from Pane One! replied that surpluses have been left in allotments on several contracts for construction on this road because bids were lower than allocations and engineers' estimates. 'Why cannot these funds be re tained for Santiam highway work," Judge Barrett asked. Speaking also were N. M. New port, Lebanon, and other members of the delegation. The group included County Judge Barrett, Commissioners Renninger and Warren; C. H. Murphy, president of the Greater Willamette Valley association, L. E. Gilkey, Z. E. Merrill, all of Albany; Senator Garland, Mr. Newport, Harry Howe, State Representative T. M. Munyan, mayor of Lebanon, and J. Hammett, all of Lebanon, besides envoys from Benton and Lincoln Counties. Mr. Murphy, who presided over the delegation, declared to the commission that sound business practice demands immediate completion of the South Santiam road. Here we have hundreds of thousands of dollars tied up in 90-mile road that cannot be Used because less than five miles of. it is unfinished' Mr. Murphy said. The matter of widening the Tan- gent-Hulsey section of the Pacific highway was also discussed. The commissioners said that this work has been surveyed and will be started as soon as money is available. Mrs. Susanna Sprenger Dies Here on Friday Mrs, Susanna Smith Sprenger, 83, died ut her home in the Hazel-wood district of West Albany today of heart failure. Mrs. Sprenger had Jived in Ore gon for 35 years. She w;as born in Indiana March 26, 1853, and was married in 1873 to Edwin Smith. Following his death she was (har ried to Henry Sprenger Scptem-Ber 18, 1922, in Linn county. Mr. Sprenger survives. The fu neral will be held at the Fortmill-er funeral home at 2 p- m. Monday and burial will be in the Riv-erside cenietory. 7AiV Sufitrt ring is set nilh a ttnler Didmoni of an ess ieautywith six perfectly cnl smaller diamonds all hi an ex-die mounting of exclusive design. $47.50 Piles Go Quick Without Salves or Cutting ItfMnff. Mttiline. protnnlinK pr flr I raiwr4 by bad ttrrulatkin of tho blood In ' tho lower boar, Ttw parts tM-4-om araai, ! flabby, and lifeless. Only an internal rem- ! rdy can remove the cause that's why salves. suptKsUtorie and cvttinc often fail. Or. (.tauihanrta medicine. IIF.M-KOIII. succeeds because it relieves nmsrslion. restores circulation helps to heal and trantthen the diseased parts. HKM-ROID has given quick, safe and htatift relief to thoiatMvIa of l'ile sufferers. It will do the same t&t you or moae back. Koahu. A Mason. Inc., and dnuuuta everywbeiW Mil 1IKU-KU1U U Uis (WtUtast.-aluSs- tion of the lodge here Monday evening. State officers of the lodge and delegations from the various lodges are to attend. Degree work in the first rank is to be featured. All locul members ore urged to at tend. viHiuni 111 aiuBiiy R. R. Mitzncr of Dallas, Texas, j urrlved in Albuny Wednesday of , this week to visit his sister, Mrs-, Roy Gentry of 425 Hill street. ; Iu Corn Contest Twenty-three ,boys in Benton county have already entered the First National bank acre oT corn contest in that county. Others are expected to. follow it is reported. From Shedd C. J. Shedd of Shedd transacted l,iiKini. nnrt-visited friends In Al- bmiv ventordnv murninu. He re-' ports farmers In his section exceptionally busy farming. Plan Rummage Sale-Albany's girl scouts ure planning u rummage sale, which they will conduct in the Albany hotel building on West Second street near Lyon street next Saturday. Proceeds will be used in defraying expetrseii Incidental to construction, of the pew girl scout This Curious ' TROUT . UV4E IN SWIFTp MOVING STREAVS BECAUSE OF THE ; GREAT AMOUNT. OF OXVGEN DISSOLVED IN SUCH WATERS. AS early as the ll'tli century, ' , . . . . II her N T 1 Mr I .the , , i FORM the n w ,,, .' . , Almelt (,,ub ioslimej Tnp Annt,t(e ciub wil, not mopt Tuesday, April 21, as previously unnouncea,' nuo 10 me Masonic dinner, which will be given by members of the Eastern Star onj that ante., , . .. 1 Opens Store-- Willis Clutter announces that he bus oftened a watch und jewelry irepuir shop and will also carry a .sm11 "no o( jewelry, in the space adjacent to the elevator lobby in Firsl National bank building Mr. Lhitters shop, which is on ground floor, was remodelled for him by the bunk, he announced. Mr. Clutter bus been in tlie wutch repairing business for 20 years and was iildliuted in the requiring business here with 11 locul jewelry store for the past 1.1 yours '(dueling this spring to go into 'business for himself. Demoejut-lleruld Want Arts TIrintf U,onlU World Ve William Ferguson ASmOKOMCAL TWILIGHT LASTS , AT ANV ONE SPOT ON EARTH, UNTIL. THE SUN ' IS . 3 DEGREES BELOW THE HORIZON . . . EVEN THOUGH PITCH DARKNESS MAV PREVAIL. 'ASPS AND BEES ' ... KV September wus up 2 Hi cents bushel. Other grains rose with wheat Corn closed to I cent higher, outs were up ' to " cent and rye finned to :U cent 0 bushel. 2 Service Stations Change Hands Here L. F I'usselt today announced the sale of his service station lease at" Ninth und Elm streets to Robert, son of Mrs. Otto Lee, and Juy, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Nash, und the purchase by Mr. Uassett of the Associated station at First ind Lyon streets from Charles J. Olvis. Mr. Uassett bus been in the business of servicing automobiles for several years. He will continue to carry the Associatixl products und will specialize in cur lubrication. The station is well equipped at present but more modern machinery will be .installed to curry on tiiis work. Nash and Hob Lee have taken over operation of the station at Ninth and Elm Mr. Olvis will hereafter devote his entire time to his work in connection with the World War Veterans' State Aid commission, of which he has been local repre sentative fur several vcurs. .SCOUTS PLACE EXHIBIT Boy Scout troop 21 of Albanv. directed by Ferris White, scout muster, has a fine exhibit cover ing the various phases of scout work on display in the show indows of the Hlam Clothing store. The troop is entering the Cascade area council window display contest. The exhibit Is attracting attention with its wide rnncc of information. i . 1 j j I SMALL DOWN -PAYMENTS - Easy Monthly Terms 19.15 CHEVROLET STANDARD 4-DOOR SEDAN Read that price! See this practically new Chevrolet compare appearance,- performance and reliability and you'll prefer it lo anything the market offers at anywhere near this price. Completely equipped, readv to drive away, for $ s565 only 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN Duco finish, clean upholstery, tires that show little wear. Thoroughly reconditioned and backed by "an OK that counts." Completely equipped including radio, steam heater and bumper guards SCfiC Special today OOO 1932 FORD COUPE This clean two-passenger coupe is just the car for a traveling man. Its large rear deck will seclude cumbersome packages. Its appearance is very smart and attractive. Hurry on sale for two days only at this OOC remarkably low price OOO 1930 CHEVROLET COACH Entire car has been thoroughly reconditioned. To see this excellent buy will conVince you the price is right. To the first lucky buyer for $QJC only . aiUi) 1933 CHEVROLET STANDARD COACH Act today if you want to buy a slightly used six cylinder Chevrolet coach at so low a price. Many "extras ". Only one car offered $A Cf at this low price SW.!rjp. ' is tnarvelotut i);..iiiie,iv kvr. nialiireil, . . a -1 7. bottled ,v CffifM .- LIVE UNDER A "FEVALE RJEPUBUC" OF GiOVEfiNAAENT d 11 rut ion of "astronomical" A ri,'"" largest winery- its''' 1 H.Ml NOMA W ine Com. puny. Inc., Iji.li, Calif. Si $3?SfJ GEE US FOR) DECT VAlUBO-TODAtT ALBANY AUTO CqCTC$ USED CAR CORI&k O O Second unit ElUworth Street '(V Phone JOO o twllBhl was di?rnllnd n iii(liiiB vihcn the sun was 18 degrees ilotbe liorlzAB. d oliMrvulloii iilme then hum not made it necessoryto etiaiipe this tlriire However, n shorter riol. knowif us-'"civil" twilight.. Is -in(t(t'il 10 dtmlgnaM. the iiuriod tvlien.4, verlHlD eoiouqt bl duyliglit still rvuiulus.