Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 3, 1936 · 2
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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1936 PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON Garden Club Will daya in Albany visiting hif aged father, J. II. Angktead, and his sister. Mn. Ben Bartcher, and Tom Linviile, Elmer Miller. Percy Walker. i5en Roth and George Ziegler. ' , Quizzed in '$100 Slaying' Worc llnderwpy .on letttitQji Gymrtosiym See Indian Views family. VUltpr n Albany-. . -NOTICE XO .CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany car-ridr by fl:00 o'clock call U. M. Jtohrboush, Pbooa- 7UY and a copy will be delivered by special currier, fteport all other complaint to the office, Phone 13 " ' v The Albany Democrat-Herald fWA NOT pjEAP, - SAYS HOCKLEY ,w. H. Ouchanan of Cascadia er said "this is their supreme at-! tempt to resume their place among the nations of the world, and they intende to attain that place no matter what may be the cost." Secretary Walter Smith an-, nounced an all-day district Rotary conference at Corvpllts next Thursday. The club undertook sponsorship of the Montgomery-Ward safe driving show which is to be conducted here also next Thurs-; day. transacted business- and .visited friends In Albany ycsleiduy. m Lebanon. Special ) Charles L. Swain of Corvallls. who was the succeaajful bidder on the general construction of the gymnasium for the high school, began work on the project on April 1. At the end of the day much of the debris had been removed and construction will begin in a few daya. i Other successful bidders were i Lord .and Loryeo, Portland, for i plumbing and heating and the Reported III Henry Hawk of the Holley neighborhood if reported danger - . (Contiaui from Pag On ittiikj dipltimutic activities in the . Panama canal zone Rev. Stocks Idiew the conclusion that while the (Latin American countries are still jsaspiciuus and apprehensive of the I United States, there is an improve ouiily ill at hia home. ' Announcement was made today that a group of stereopticon slides picturing India will be shown at the Albany Garden club show to-niKht in the city hall at 8 o'clock by Mr., and Mrs. W. B. Osgood, missionaries from India who are on furlough here. Mr. and Mrs. Osgood will discuss the pictures. They had lived in India for six years. Mrs. Osgood will also display a dress typical of those worn by the native women of that country, members of the garden club today said. The club's flower show officially opened at noon today, with a profusion of .daffodils and .other spring flowers on display. The show is public, as tonight's stereopticon exhibition. D-H.'Want Ad Brinr Penults VUIU Parents . mm i Baugnman fciectric &nop, .Lebanon, Derrell Rohroougn of the itate ,1 engineering department at Salem wai in Albany last evening to visii at the home of hia parents, Mr. wi.nng.. ... . . ... Albany f FA Chapter h ft m 'A and Mra. D. M. Rohrbough. GASOLINE PRICES IP Local service stations today were all displaying signs stating that the price of gasoline is back to the level which is occupied prior to' the two and one-half cent reduction of several weeks ago. The two ' and one half cent reduction made j at that time Is thus wiped out and : the price of second structure gas is jiow 19 and one half cents, or I 21 and one half cents for ethyl. ' llf To Girt Broadcast Ta Return J. P. Alexander, proprietor ,of I A half hour broadcast by the i Albany chapter Future Farmers of the Alexander Ford Motor Co.. and hit ton, Jlmmie, are expected ! America will be preset ter Satur to arrive this evening from Sun ; day night over KOAC, starting at rrancUco. in ' 1 7 o clock, u war announced today ment in their feeling toward this country. ' - ; The speakers stressed as paramount among current events, however, the recent occupation of the Rhineland . territory . by German military forces. Thia act pf Adolf Hitler, Rev. Stocker laid, practically completes destruction , of the Locarno pact and the Versailles treaty, and place Germany temporarily, at least, on a par with other European powers. ' , - ' One by one the restrictions of the Versailles treaty have been violated by Germany, Rev, Stocker said. Tirst reparations payments were stopped, . .then Germany started to-re-armj and now the zone deniilUai-Jzed toy the treaty has been remilitarized. "This trouble all soes back to TUB WEATHER Oregon: Occasional rain in west , poi tjon and jnow rrajn in east poi i$n if nfl snow or rain in east .change in, temperature' resh to strong "southeast wind off coast, j Maximum- temperature yesterday locally, 55 degrees; minimum temperature last night. 35 de-f grees ; rainfall, .45 inchea; river, I S feet. . . . . ., - J. O. O. ftl! Xonlfht--. . . A large attendance of the mem ben of the local Moose Jodge it ' expected to be present tonight at th Moone'toraple to meet Al Sat-tora, past supreme dictator of the order.- who la to to here from hla home in Spokane, Wash. Sattora ii In! II- oy j. v fcvmin, smitn-uugbes in structor at Albany high achool. From Portland . P. Murphy and L. . Jewett The program, said Mr. .Svinth, win feature short Interviews with of Portland were among the busl-ncs visitors spending last night in Albany. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS DURING FRIGIDAIRE SEASON - - - - ,- I - ' " ; '. . Sec The New 1936 I members of the group on Jesuits of analyzing project records. Taking part in the interviews will be $ob Groshong, Robert Tobey, Donald Jeffries, David Howell, Leonard 8Jm VMtor L. M. McKinney of Salom arriv Pugh, Clifton Flagman. Gerald ed in Albany last evening on i business trip. ',, jnakinjf aeverpl stops in various I Cox, and Kenneth Cunningham. Music will be furnished by Don aid Jeffries, Lauren Karsten. Law the' 'glillt' .clause of, the Versailles! valley towns and meeting Moose James Pagan Culver, left, has confessed, Los Angeles police say, to JtllUng Mrs. Samuel Whltaker In a fake holdup for which Samuel WhJtaker..rlghC promUed htm 100. - Whltaker, wealthy .organist, . . denies he was Implicated In the shooting. Equipment Sold lodge members, it wai announced, The equipment in the historic rence Plagman and Bob Groshong. raIIDA!l ' Mealing ta Be Held Superintendent Rex Putnam of the Albany schools will give a hort it. Charles hotel of Albany, which is now closed, has been sold and treaty in.wnicn uermany was forced to assume all blame for the WofW (War,", Rev. Stocker said. "Germany ; has always resented this .and today's development is an outgrowth .of that resent stances, I have personally seen and The regular business meeting of talk. Fair Oaks circle of the Ladies of inspected the checks, written by Mr. Gosslin, and am prepared to TQDArS STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS with the "Mefa-Miser" moved out yesterday and today. Bualneaa VUitar . the G. A. R. will b held on Tues ment. You can't permanently i - .. . 1 j . HA A1A 1S - 1 ft ' testily tnereto. , Checka at Bank . day, April 7, at 2 o'clock in the Edward A. Trulov Powell Nelson of Eugene spent last night and this forenoon in Al numuiaie ou.uuu.uuu people. While he regards .Hitler as an "These checks are now In the PC' Memorial hull. There will be Ini tiation of new members, it was an. nounced. A special business meet' MARKETS AT A GLANCE Stocks: Irregular In lighter trad- . Dies Fridoy Morning bany on business. ... custody of Ladd St Bush bank, having been received from the of- .. r . ii t , t ins . i lug will be held at 1:30 preceding B I ti a n . L. t . . . . -.! . . extremely ' dangerous man. Rev. Stocker said, the German dictator is rather the product of a psychological condition in Germany than of his own ability and per On Buslnesa Trip Bonds: CorporaUons Irregularly -cauier. -no- the regular meeting. higher; U. S. governments irregu-1 ;i?u uPf T . De avauaD,e- j (The bank photographs every J. B. Taylor, manager of the Montgomery Ward store, Jeft this morning for Salem on business for Here from California ' Dri John Pollak of San Fran sonal power. He exemplified the Curb: Generally firm. ' cnecK " nanoiesj. Call money: 4 of 1 per cent. ; "This certainly constitutes an Foreign exchange: slightly low- open, flagrant violation of not only nis company. rising spirit of pride among the German people. Rev. Stocker said. cisco, Cal., is in Albany visiting his mother, Mrs. William Pollak. er; French francs recover from me spirit, out tne letter, ot our Leave Hospital . and it is through him that they hope to attain restoration on an Mrs. i'oiluK plana to remain in early low. i corrupt practices act. As a private mrs.- L.. tl. &Drituer and son. equality with other powers. Portland visiting relatives for sev eral daya. . mrry trvin, were discharged from Cotton: 8 to 8 fioints lower. , citizen, l Hereby demand that you Rubber: Around 12 points lower . immediately . investigate the cir- Alluding to the Rhine occupa- tion by the Germans. Rev. Stock the Albany Osteopathic hospital today and have returnee" to their in late trading. . icumstances referred to, and con POPULAR DANCE MOOSE HALL vene me marion county erana nome in balem. jury to consider the. case. I shall Sat Nile. Music by Rhythms i .1 tf Stock New York, April 3. Stocks and Edward A. Trulove, 68. a farmer for many years In the Fry station neighborhood, : .died at his home there at 5:15 a.m. today, as the result of heart failure. 1 He was born at Anna, 111., March 3, 1868. With members of the family he came to Oregon in 1806 and had lived at Albany, Lebanon and in eastern Oregon tor a few years before locating in the Fry community. He married Viola Sitter, at Lebanon in September, 1914. She died November 7, 1928. Mr. Trulove had spent his active life as a farmer and was a member of the school board in his neighborhood for a number of years. He' was also a member Of the Moose lodge. - He is survived by the following children: Carl, Lowell. Mary, Dorothy and Grace, ' all at the family home. He is also survived by five brothers and two. sisters, Larkin Trulove of Tallman, Frank be only too glad to appear before macs. Benefit V. F. W. ' a3p Claaa to Meet . , i i I -r ...... - 1 - i Mrs..Gqldie Wickizer'a handi Son Arrives bonds turned Irregular today, while .commodities generally were firm and the dollar gained. Busi craft and art class will meet from Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Jones of near 10 4 baturdav afternoon at th Albany are 'the- parents of ,6V ness news continued favorable. The stock market was ragged (Hostess House. Damage Chck Received- .pound son, born early this morn' . mg'Bt .the Albany General hoi pital. said grand jury, to testify as to the matters herein referred. The people of Oregon, and of Marion county, will look to you to do your duty in thia case, "Political office should not render Mr. Gosslin, or anyone else immune to the consequences of law violation. High public office is no more an excuse for law violation than is ignorance of the law. If he is guilty of the section of the Robert W. Davis, of Albany. except when new buying developed and prices firmed .momentarily. Volume was down sharply from yesterday as traders with county representative for the nwui wasiern Mutual lire in drew to the sidelines.. surance company received a check this morning from his company Dow Jones preliminary closing Here frpm jRced.port-r Robin Reed of .Jteedsportr was a business visitor in Albany yester-,day. Reed is well known in Albany having wrestled here many times. He is now engaged in newspaper workiln Reednpoet., or iaM,28 in payment to the Lebanon school district on th averages showed industrial, 160.-09. .off $.34; railroad, 48.58; off 0.49; utility, 32.45, off 0.09. . poncy carried on the gymnasium recently destroyed by lire.. of Hamburg, Oelbert of Portland, Charles of Illinois and Eyer-ette of Klamath Falls. The sisters are Mrs. Delia Anderson of Athena and Mrs. Mina Bucll of Myrtle Creek. volume approximated 1,560,000 statute referred to, he must, and he will be prosecuted to the limit. And those candidates for whom he paid the filing fees, must. and will by court procedure if necessary, be prevented from serving In the legislature." shares .compared with 2,190,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 520,000 shar,es compared with 463,000. shares yesterday. New Beauty New in Convenience at i"'!4 -' t " , ' -- New in Low Cost Operation Inves-' tigate before you buy. Hurley's Plumbing Shop 2nd Cr Ferry Sts. Phone 108 CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere gratitude to our many friends for Funeral services will be held from the Fisher-Braden funeral chapel Monday afternoon at one o'clock. Interment will be in the Lebanon cemetery. The pallbearers selected Hire Charles Walker, Program by Fanned' Union . The Dever Farmers' :Unlotv is I scheduled to present two hours' program at the Central Santium .Fairntfo: :VlltV hqll, across the ' highway from the .Cottonwood Dance .hall Tuesday, , April 7 at "8 o'clock.. The women of the San- tiam Central union, will have a candy cole. - , , , .' "Grain Chicago, April 3. Reports of re jne Kinaness and sympathy extended to us In our recent sorrow, and for the many lovely flowers. newed dust storms in the southwest .brought in buying in wheat futures on the Chicago board of trade today after July and Sep . t wrg. Nellie- Wales and Family. , -i1 1 1 . i i i Daylight Theft of Shop Is Reported Joe Neuman reported to police late yesterduy afternoon that In broad daylight someone entered the office of his automobile repair tember deliveries had reached further new seasonal lows. Swpr Horn Music May wheat closed with k cent ' Feitivol flqnned Sweet Home fSoecianAt th loss while July was cent higher and Septembor 4,cent .higher. Wings of the Morning! Schilling Coffee in my cup starts my day sunny-side up! You prefer Drip Coffee? Schilling Drip Coffee is "tailored to measure" for your Drip maker. More than that, those important filter papers are packed in each tin. Also Schilling Percolator Coffoe ipecially prepared for percolators, , t Schilling Coffee shop on Washington street near Third openod the cash register and took $18 in cusii and a check. Corn and. oats were easy , and rye firm. . : . .." . .'. ; 4 meeting of the ast Unn County Ttwchora association iast week, ar L. Neuman heard the register bell .MODERN DANCE MOOSE HALL Fri. Nite. "Tub" .Brown's Band. ' - a3p Drive to Oregon City f Mrs. D. M. Rohrbough and I daughters, Mrs. Spencer Griffith ond Mary Edith Rohrbough, are driving to Oregon City and Canby today to accompany their son and J brother, Max Rohrbough, who la 'returning to the hoapital at Oregon City to have his broken .leg treated. -, . . GOSSMN CHARGED ring as he worked in the shop at the rear of the otfice, he said, but thought nothing of it. Both he and NOTICE! The free prizes will be given away at 4:30 p.m. Saturday. April 4: In our advertisement in yesterday's paper. IVORY SOAP was advertised medium, bars 1 TT" for 17c; The Correct Price is 3 BARS 1 C DOOLEY BROS. Phones 43 and 44 rangements for the music festival and May Day program to t held at Sweet Home for the fourteen districts on Friday, May 1, were Completed. CORRUPT PRACTICES two helpers were in the shop, but j none of them say the marauder. (Continued from Pas One) At 9:30. arade nuDila nf all h. and no clues wore found. have nothing to conceal." He had districts will assemble at the high school for a song practice. At 10:30, Your Life In Our Hands WE say without any villian-ous hissing that when you bring a drug prescription to this store your life is in our hands. You kUST have faith that we will use the right drugs in the right quantities, that these drugs are fresh, and that we will compound them properly. ENJOY the peace of mind of knowing that at this store your prescription will be filled accurately, carefully from FRESH drugs of the HIGHEST QUALITY. Bring your prescriptions here. A .Registered Pharmacist is always In charge, HURLEY'S DRUG STORE PHONE )0 J OREGON'S FAVORITE ue may wucen will be crowned m front of the arandstanrl. Th From Lakevlew H. J. .Angstead,' deputy heri(f of Luke county, is spending a few - ..4 ju Li.ii i first four grades of the districts will then sing three numbers. The harmonica band will present two numbers, followed by three numbers by the UDDeX sradea nf all EE Chcct Colds . ....Best treated the districts. ho further comment to make. ' Governor Martin had left for Portland before the investigation was requested. , " . v "Mir. Gosslin . . . did pay to Mr. Earl SnelLUecrotary ot state, certain moneys, for and in behalf of certain candidates for nomination and election to the state legislature, covering not only filing tees, but payment for advertising space in the voters1 ipamphlet as well," Latky wrote the district attorney. "Receipts at the office of the secretary of state, Involved in the cases referred to, may be identified. There may be numerous other cases. In these specific in- The high school chorus will alns Without "dosing? ! ictts f I nil Vapohus several numbers, and the high school May pole dance will be given In front of the Queen's throne. At the same time, each district will have their own May pole dance in front of the grand stand. a basket dinner at noon will be followed by a scries of aoftball games. At 2:30. Brownsville anrl 1 Spruce; j l.J,. 1.. SiJ Sweet Home will play a game of baseball. At 8 o'clock the senior play will be given at the gymnas-mm. g ? T Starched! Candidates For Office Primaries May Piles All Gone Without Salves or Cutting llekbif, blwdins, protruding ptlr fo quickly, if you nmova th mum. Bad blood simulation in th kemarrhoidai vaias eauM ajlw by nukia the ttm4 yam wak. flabby and iifclna. Salvra and tutting otlrn fail bacauat only a Internal audieint ran actually correct the Condi-tioaa. Dr. J. & lonhardt diacowrvd ml internal Ml nwdUtn. AfUr a tia raoord af aiKcaat hJi U la hia ova practice h aaaxd It HEM-HOin. Foahay Maaoa. Inn., and all druagliu iniu anry fiU uffcrrr to try HEM K01O with (aran. aa of aionay back if aot joyfully aatUfird with th brlp an bolt I giva. adv. The New Business TELL AT A GLANCE, "WHO'S WHO" IN BUSINESS At announced a few days ago, this new directory is now being compiled It will be known as THE DEMOCRAT-HERALD "WHO'S WHO" BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY It is a work, undertaken with the object of providing a reference guide to the business and professional men and institutions of the city and vicinity. Upon completion publication will be made first in the columns of "T'he Demo-. crat-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 concerning the 'community in general, followed by a handy guide and reference to the business, professional people and institutions of Abany and the surrounding territory. There will be no display advertising of any kind in the directory . book." " All type will be uniform, alphabetically arranged as to classification and name. These directory books will be given a general FREE distribution. - -. A nominal listing charge of $3.00 is being made fur including your card in this work. No personal solicitation will be made. An invitation will be "extended to you, however, by telephone to ooperate in getting out this representative directory. IF TOl'B NAME IS NOT LISTED IN THE PHONE BOOK AS Bl SIXESS TELEPHONE OK IT YOU WISH 11BTHER PAKTU TLARS REGARDING TtUS DIRECTORY Call 430 or 431 Directory Dept. t ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD DR. CHAN LAM Ciilnette You can call on every voter in the county "and got a smiling promise - of enough votes to eject you. Every .candidate is hopeful, if not confident wehn the campaign ends. Hut when the votes are counted that's, different! People like to see things in bJnck and white. . " Tell them who you lire and what you stand for in paid advertising space. It'a convincing and at least gets consideration. Through the daily and weekly Democrat-Herald you can reach practically evcry vpter in the county. And the cost is not high far lew than the cost of a lc post card to ench family. Buy what space you need at 56c per inch in the daily. You an get five messages before the voters, each ote two columns wide by five inches deep, for but $33.00. The postage alone to reach the voters of the county once would ' cost more than, $100. Let ud help you plun and frame your announcements. Political advertising in.' of course, tash in advance. ' - ' EFFECTIVE. DIGNIFIED SERVICE The Albany Democrat-Herald - Blediclne Co, Natural iiamlic for tMnlin ot ttmv lunvich, g'landl, tkia A artaary gytat af nwa and wal. Now dutawry fc? auswr dwbrtaa aritlMut lb af Inagtia. it year . ia winM. Th' kit1 starch In ASOSET, th. n.vM.kilt .coiUr . on th ARROW : HITT shirt ytt it stays i rproc as a tuff cvUmt th . ahola tUy long. . HITT fi.i too, IwraiM it's ' cut in forot-fitiutg Mitoga dnifn. Sanforind. Shrunk a nw shift if on tver sii rink. ' In White, $2 Naturauatkia T. T. Lam. KD. I-Hrrtciaaa - . uirJ Bra I and . Vaaetiaa Tbaatrr BIU.. .r. rirat and ( - T BraadalbLk pu.. At- 1 , I bany. . V i f Of fie Hourat f a. t- ' m. to S a. m. Ttmday , , H." Batiuday Only. "UNCLOTHING cc tMHultailoa. B load fraaMio and Draw Tmi t,i. -1 Altmny , JiOreiaj . a mil if, -waaaaaaaaaai I baidw Chaa. K.D. Ckarg.

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