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Wednesday, April 22, 1936
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'1 PAGE TWO .THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD. ALBANY, ' ORE:GON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1936 Boulder Spillways Get 'Workout' Repatriated Filipinos ,SaiI( farm two miles south of Foster on Wylie creek, lib widow and two sons are the only known survivors. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. NOTICE TO C11T SUBSCRIBERS If your paper Kas not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrboufh, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, . .Phone 15 The Albany Democrat-Herald 1 General Pet Drivers j Win Safety Awards Presentation of 73 one, two, and three-year safe driving awards to employees of the Oregon division of the General Petroleum corporation has just recently been completed as part of the firm's safety program. At the same time, a total of 841 awards were presented to . employees in all divisions of the firm. j Those from Albany who received : awards were G. H. Safley, branch j manager, two year award, and R. I A. Hocken, truck salesman, first year award. Heading the list in this division were C. B. Ball, traveling ma ADVANCE CONTINUES Rcme, April 22. Italian troops are advancing on all sectors of the southern front in Ethiopia, a war communique said today. No mention was-made of the situation on the northern front except that submission of native chieftains continued in ever increasing areas of the country. ' ' j : J fore the draegermen, who have ; b-n wo. laing furiously since Sun-ciav. coud cut through. Dr. H. K. MacDonald. after a viit into the shalt. explained at . p. m. the difficulties encountered in the linal phase of the rescue : work. "It is not a quick business as only one man can work al a time, rawing the steel rails that used to carry the mine cars and that are ! now blocking the rescuers' progress." he said. i Minister Dwycr and Minister Davis came out of the shaft a few i minutes later. j They said the rescue crews had ! not vet reached the entombed men. ! At 4:25 p. m. EST., it was re- ported that Dr. Davis had been i able to reach through the twisted I steel barrier and administer hypodermic injections to Dr. Robertson and Scaddin'g to ease their pain. I Nothing was announced as to MQCM1 I ' , TIIK WEATHKK . , i Oregon and Washington: Partly I cloudy . tonight and Thursday S slightly cooler in cast portion to- chinist, and R. L. Angst, Northern district manager with 71,997 and 68,712 miles, respectively, to their credit over a period of three years. ' ! night; gentle northwest and west wind of! coast. . ... .. j Mnvimnm tomnerature vester- i day locally, 72 degrees; minimum i temperature lust nignt, u aegrecs; ; river, 5 feet. j Unofficially, though, Angst has ; driven approximately 400,000 , miles for the firm without pre- ventable accident in nearly ten- years, but definite records have ! been kept for only the past three j years. - j No preventable accidents were From Portland . the mens condition. The opening through the barrier was loo small for Hie rescuers to pull the two out into the shaft, uut they hoped to got to them in an nour or less. F. J. Lonergan from Portland arrivid in Albany this morning to spend the day on business, ness. recorded for the Oregon division between November 16, 1934, and January 31, 1936, the report says. Free Arts Class To Form Friday Eugene Visitors D. Driscoll and W. J. Brown of 2 Eugene were among the business TODAY'S STOCK. 1 GRAIN MARKETS ' visitors spending last night in Al- Dany.., Meeting at Palmer Home Thirty Fillpmu men. women and children, some poverty stricken, others Just homesick, left San Francisco as the ilrst group to be sent back to the homeland at the expense of the U. S. Government under the Filipino Repatriation Act. With his wile and two children Is Emillo Torres. Competent, txperienced watchmakers phis right materials, right working conditions assure the Right Repairs of the watch hen. Members of the Daughters of Uiiion Veterans held a meeting : MARKETS AT A GLANCE (lly United Prni) Stocks strong in light trading : : Chrysler up more than 2 points, j Bonds firm in domestic section; j U. S. governments irregular. j Curb higher in light turnover. Chicago stocks irregularly high- ' From Sulcm last evening at the home of Mrs, streets, according to Ralph Ban Stanley Satchwell and Joe Fcl- L. M.i Palmer. The usual routine of business was carried out and a ton, commander, who received : the invitation. National Vice-Coin- j miinder Northwinc will be the principal speaker. An invitation I has also been rpceivpH In ntti.nrt ton of Salem, former Linn county boys, were business visitors in Albany yesterday. Formation of a free arts class provided at least ten sign for the work was announced tor Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Albany Hostess House today by Mrs. Edwin Fortmiller, chairman of the adult education program. The class, which would be open to all wishing to take the instruction would be taught by W. J. Mitchell of Corvallis, who proposes to offer i'ork in water colors, oils, pencil, pen or charcoal with out door sessions whenever possible. The class would last until the last of May at least, said Mrs. Fortmiller. Those wishing to join should contact Mrs. Fortmiller or be present at the Hostess House Fridav afternoon. social, occasion featured. Portland Vlsltotrs Not a tiny model, but the rent, massive lloulrter Uam. with great torrents gushing through Its spillways Tor the Hist time, is pictured Id this striking view, taken from a plane tiigti nhove the earth. Enough water to Ileal a hnltle.shlp poured from Boulder Lake through the Intake lowers, shown behind the da:n. and om the giant spillways, so government engineers could lest the equipment, Lebanon Visitors . Fred Thomson, Klen and E. P. Murphy, of, Portland were visitors Mrs. Cleo Peterson and son, REGON Bob, of Lebanon were Albany vis-itotrs and shoppers yesterday ALBANY the district meeting Saturday Call money of one per cent all night, April 25, at Silverton. (day. , i . : i , i I Cotton mixed with near posi- En Koule South I turns at 6 months high. Anna Aya of Portland, former- : Rubber sags several points, ly of Albany was in Albany this i Silver at New York 45C4 cents, week visiting her father and off V4. spending last nigni in muauy. Masonic Meeting Wayne Stanard of McMinville, a former resident ol Brownsville, afternoon. Business Visitor names of J 12,000 at present, Mr. for any cause. He took no posi-' Coleman staled. tion, he stated, except to see the The speaker traced the history northwest communities bettered. of federal employment offices in !the United States from the start STEEL RAILS mother, Mr. and Mrs. Norbcrt Aya. She is leaving tomorrow for worshipful grand master of - the Masonic lodges of the stale, made H. Calhoun, a real estate dealer An oiler by Louis A. Manning j iiuiue in i:iu( ,wiui uie uuit-au ui Sun Francisco to remain ' DELAY RESCUE t. of Eugene and a former resident of Albany, was a brief visitor here this morning on his way to Salem. the local order an officiul visit last evening. -... ol Philomath to organize a .class in history, current events or public speaking has. been received by Mrs. Fortmiller. ICuntinued from Pane One) We have a hair cut immigration and nalurali.alinn, through the establishment of the department of labor in 1DKI, the I war time labor -shortage, the bocm preiod of the twenties and the depression. Public employment offices had . their '-,1'igin in the need for co-or- for each Try us. a22 Eugene Vlsllolr W. E. Frazier of Eugene spent lust night here and also attended the Masonic meeting. Macy Harrison Dies 2 Days After Brother the examine rescue workers. Dl . a : J t. i Storks , New York, April 22. The stock market turned up today after nearly a week of decline. Trading, however, lightened and sales were only a few shares over 1,000.000. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial 154.1)2 up 1.58. railroad 46.02 up .47, utility 31.65 up .35. Volume approximated 1,200.000 shares compared with 1.880.000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were member of the family. Terminal Barber Shop. Those who showed signs of ex-;r,uw,"3 Fatal to Foster Man haustion were ordered to make way for fresh men so that the last Putnam In Portland- Superintendent . of Albany Ash Swale. (Special) Funeral services were held Sunday, April 19, at the Brownsville Baptist Schools Rex Putnam was in Port stage of the heroic battle against death could be completed as Lebanon, April 22. (Special) micklv as possible. , Arthur Stittl, farmer .of Foster At 3' p. m. EST., the miners still ciu;d at b:lu this morning in ihe land today, attending the progres Arrives from California George Gour'y of Los Angeles arrived in Albany this morning to visit his brother, J. G. Gourley, of the Millersburg neighborhood and ajso his niece, Mrs. M. O. Wilkinson. dii.iaing the hundling of labor supply and demand during period of over-abundance and shortages and because of fee abides practiced by many of the private i agencies, he explained. sive education' association con died Friday night at the home of : 287.000 shares compared with 451,- ference being; held there. Ho had not penetrated the mass of , Lebanon ocneral hospital with a nis sister, Mrs. Alta Bowers. Mr. jraiciucij. Harrison, who had been in Door : planned to return tonifjht. twisted steel. They could hear From Sun Francisco Mrs.. Ora Clinton and son of FAMILY TO BE MEETING TOPIC Sun Francisco, are spending a va- health for a number of years, sue- , . . ., , , , ' cumbed to a brief attack of pneu-l CI"K?. APr'' 22. May wheat monia following measles. Inter, If."" "! almost 2 cents a bushel to mcnt was in the Ash Swale Baptist the '"B'11 level m about a half cemetery beside his mother. 1""'"' on tho boar.d of, tr?d: todiiy-1 Maey Harrison's death occurred ! and , ncw erops ,tollcllpd VeBt two days after that of his brother, I m"rk.s 111 scvf' months. A late On Fishing Trlp- Bob Stevens, Arthur and John Schmidt returned last cvoning from a fishing trip up the Culu-pooia river in the Hollcy caction in Albany visilinu rela- iraclured skull received Monday when he was severely injured by a full while plowing. IVlr. Stittl lay unconscious for nearly the whole period since being brought to the hospital Monday. His wife found him in the lields, partly unconscious, his head bruised and cut. He had lived tor a number cf years in Linn county, operating a Robertson and Scadding talking behind the barrier and called i;reelings lo them. .Men Work Furiously Tho rescuers promised to remove tlic men by sundown . No one knew when the miners would be able to break through the barrier. It might come in a few minutes or il might be two hours be- ives. They are former Albany (Continued front I'uge Oiil'j residents. Earl, who died in the Lebanon hos-rea.c,,lcm pa,'.ecl lhrKnins-. At the close May was up 1 Vj Guild to Meet St. Peter's Guild of the Albany piscopul church is to meet to- cents, while the new crops were up cent each. Corn closed ' to l:l cents a bushel higher. Oats finished 'a to ' cent higher and rye was i'4 lo Vi cent a bushel higher. Returns to Toledo-Elmer Venable, who is working in the sawmill at Toledo, returned to Toledo yesterday 'after spending the week-end with his family in Albany. pital on Wednesday. Macy Harrison was not informed of Earl's death. The brothers had always lived together. Macy Harrison joined I h e Brownsville Baptist church in 1908. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Madgin. Mij. Leuhring and Mrs. Clark sang "Sometime We'll Understand," "No Night There," and "There's IllllllUtV Ml UUIlll' 1 uwiiia III UIV church. Sixth and Lyon streets, with Mrs. Squire Thomas of North Albany as hostess, The meeting is to open at 2:30 p. m. Bertha B'.'ck, chairmiin; Mrs. Eliza-brtth Truax; Mrs. Glenn Ohling. Mrs. C. R. McCurmick, Mrs. Frank Bryant Mrs. Annie Long. The program: Morning Session Mrs. C. R. McCormick, presiding. !):45-10:00, registration. 10:00-10:10, introduction by Floyd Mullen. ;10:10-12:U0. ''When the Family Buys Clothes." Mrs. Soger. 12:00-1:15, Covered dish luncheon. Afternoon Session 1:15-2:15, recreation. 2:15-3:45, "Our Family Talks it Over," bv Mrs. Morse. jkV-'X- Wi f:f;i $flis95 At Agate Uracil - Mrs. Vincent Hurley of Albany is spending several days at the Bain cottage at Agate Beach. No Disappointment in Heaven." Hugh Mallow, Haivy Poland. Wal PICK THE Wool i Boston, April 22. Activity in , the Boston market was not of a 1 character that indicated clearly I the true value of the western grown wols, the U. S. Agriculture i department reported today. I The few scattered bids reported i on lerritotry wools were below nominal prices quoted last week, j but houses holding old wools were I not willing to yield fully to buy- j ter Watson, Ned C alloway, Floyd V jo BoUcnbiuigh ami Royal . Wright DEALER fIRSTj were pallbearers. On hutincss j Cleo von Hickman of Albany l..ri i. ..!.., p.... u.... L' : v. i I -THEN PICK li-il iwuiij tut utlll v l tltll mill, tltl., t f e I. I to spend several days on a busi- i Linn High ScnOOl THE CAR! Summer Vacation Camp," by ness Inp. Survey Completed crs uieas oi prices, l ins unseiuen rs yTan Bi vant summon in me wool prices re- i-j.a-nn ,,i:,i,, t). l,m,. fleeted a similar condition that 1 I I economics extension program for was reported to exist in the market for wool goods. PICK YOUR USED CAR AT OUR BIG ! 1036-1037, by Miss Bertha Be land Mrs. Sager. Here Visiting Mrs. Max Telford of Oregon Cily is in Albany and Riverside visiting friends. She formerly lived in Albany and tile Riverside community. BEATING A PATH TO YOUR DOOR- Yours airo. a supposoilly wise man of tho day said : "If you make a belter mouse trap than your neighbor e'en though you live in the woods the pub-lie will beat a pathway to your door." What may have been true of mediaeval times does not apply in this modern hjjc Today, the public follows the paved highway to the door of the live and propxertsive merchants who constantly keep them advised as to their location and the merchandise they sell. Are You Making It Easy For the Public to Find You? The alert, representative business and professional people tif Albany and Linn County are making it easy for the buyer to find themi They arc cooperating with TI1K UK.MOCUAT-11KKALI) in compil-in;' the new 1936' Condition of the Linn county high schools will bo shown within two weeks, County Schoul Superintendent J. M. Dennett said today as he announced that Dr. F. W. P:m siiittM-eisor from the sluti ani PRIVATE JOBS DANA ADVOCATES SHOW INCREASE! FULL POWER $noo USE Invllid to Portland superintendent's office' hud cum- (Continued from Pnuo One) u u (Continued from Tnia; Oni'l Members of the Albany Amen- plcted a survey of the schools, can Legion post No 10 have been! The -reports 'of the survey will invited to attend a meeting of Ihejbe made public in approximately Rose Uly post in Portland, Mon- two' weeks, Bennett said, after day, April 27. at 8 p. in. in their j they are releasd from the stale hall on Eleventh and Couch offices. said. Oregon, as a state, has noil.. 7 . ... " fully matched the federal funds i tl,e, l,.moU' . 5 l,ldy of "'f , 1 v'l,n ),. .) i i i embodying both in respect to: raw industries and manu t,,-.,t.i.i.,ri i, ...t;..., .............. material: Linn county contributes $90 MEN' S und Young Men's suits for this Spring with plenty of style and color combinations light greys or the darker window-pane checks, etc. and well tailored 'attractive suits, too! Some plain backs and some sport backs. ' Ml OF VALUES! factures; communications; and distribution. Interests of all in the northwest are best protected by the distribution and sales advocated. Mr. Dana said. The basis of the report to congress lay in the interests the farmers, miners, manufacturers, and forest industries sales form an integral part. The agency, he rccon. mended, should be responsible to regional needs. Economic operation of Bonneville requires complete development, he further slated, and claimed that if running to its capacity would give more abundant and cheaper power than ever month toward the district office. When tho state fully matches federal funds, the district office will bcome part of the state employment service which will in turn be under tho federal employment service director at Washington. D. C. This setup wiTt provide a permanent service designed to give a ready picture of national and local employment conditions at all times. The service as constituted has given the government the lust real picture of 'employment conditions it has ever had, the result Who 's Who WISE used cr bmum ftnitT!t are holding a carnival of iheir own, at our great Spnng Carnival ol Uncd Car Valueal And no wonder! Wo have never had such a great selection of used care to chooaa Cium. JSveiy car expertly reconditioned and uvery car fs priced to you csn't help getting bMrfmin! But hurry I These burgaint are already going faat I . $4.35&$5 CLASSIFIED BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY of hundreds of offices over the country in ke; scattered i before released. He urged the oppositions. ' eration of ten power units instead During the period of operation, the WHITE Oxfords and more while oxfords plain toes Wing tips Cap toes new styles combined with durable construction. They are the Modern Aristocrats for Spring and Summer. of the two now planned. The speech lie explained as a portrayal of facts and not a brief Oregon division has listed 150,0(10 men. The active list contains the tkm UfiSttr Tou Wkflt at irr j ; THE MMOK MISS WILL WANT MOKE THAN ONE OF THIS SMAHT MODEL Pattern 2(it3 What .luniur Miss wouldn't be pretty pleased and proud to find this dainty tub-eolum frock hanging in her closet and be pretty excited, too. about the lovely, all-over print that makes her look the Breath of Spring! If you're a practical mother,, you'll choose tit is simple- Anne Adams pattern not only because it's so easy to sew. but because it makes up so prettily in such sturdy cottons as Broadcloth, chambray or pique for every day wear and tear, and in a dainty dotted jswiss, embroidered batiste or dimity when she'd a partying go. She'll find that new wide-shoulder effect as flattering as you will find the cutting of Yoko-and-siecvc-in-one easy to do. Pattern 26(13 is available in 8. 10, 12, 12 and 16. Size 10 takes 2 Mi yards 36 inch fabric. Illustrated stop-by-step sewing instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In coins or stamps (coins preferred) for tills Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and style number. BE SURE TO STATE SIZE. Be sure to order OUR SPRING PATTERN BOOK for smart new clothes that'll fit you and your needs to a "T"! Gay. practical frocks to cheer you at work. live Danenitj lSMfSrTR)'-:.','f.'..i..t rJ...iIf, ,.:;v..;-..)i Ar A Ftw Of Today' be uniformly, alphabetically arranged, 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 to include your card in this work. NO PERSONAL SOLICITATION WILL BE MADE. AN INVITATION WILL BE EXTENDED TO YOV HOWEVER. BY TEL E-PHONE TO COOPERATE IN GETTING Ot'T THIS REPRESENTATIVE This directory is undertaken with the object of providing a reference guide to till business ami professional men and women and institutions of the community. I'pon 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 Ihe information may be had at a gUnre. There will be no display advertising of any kind in the directory book. All type will $3.50 Carnival specials 1931 Ford Coupe,.. $297 1929 ford, Coupe. . $225 19"4 Dodge Do Luxe .' Sedan $685 1934 Plymouth 2-Door Sedan $495 1931 Chrysler Spart .. tCouie .'. $437 1929,ronti.c Coacnj $247 2 Model T Ford Coupe $29 and $35 each. Ralston Motor to. '". USED CAR LOT Seventh and Lyon Streets THESE snappy white oxfords in plain toes and wing tips have just what you desire to put the 'nshing touch to that Spring outfit. Lots of service, too! HI ly party frocks and sports clothes to natter you nt play. Collars. i blouses, skirts for multiplying costumes. Chic slenderizing styles. PW.erns for tots. Fabric and' ac o "Albany; Ore; PHONE 261-J If You Have Nol Received An Invitation, Or If Your Name is Not Listed in The Present Telephone Book as A Business Phone, Call 430 &r 431 DirectowjV Department k' THE DEMOCRAT-HERALD mi Over Barrett Br6s.' St6re " ' We have Just installed the newest X-ray equipment, tivlnn you the last word in improved dental service. CLOTHiNoai cessory news. PRICE OF BOOK! FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND A I PATTERN TOGETHER. TWEN-j TY-FIVE CENTS. i Address orders to Democrat-Herald, Pattern Department I dd CECIL

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