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TWO SECTIONS TODAY FULL LEASED WIRE 1 TtlM Pre ferric. Comply. Count,, Bttt. N,Uo. al ana World Nw u dij it toppws, gerrls . CoMty, 10 PAGES SECTION 1 The Albony Demo sr '-terold, Vol. LXIX, No. 243 The Albany Herald Vol. LXi, No. 233 ALBANY, LINN COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1936 Zioncheck Draws Fines for Their Efforts Met With Success IP fl Speed, Contempt; Put in Cell Bhui UP FOUNDERS TOOK 5130 JII PROBERS LEW WINE FIDO RESCUED MEN IN fl! SHAPE during a brief recess. Washington, April 23. Rep. Marion Zioncheck, D Wash, scuffled with police today, argued Was placed in a cell while attaches attempted to iron out legal technicalities which he raised by wttn a judge, spent two hours in a his shouted protests. jail cell and finally went back to the capttol after payment of $43 in fines arising from a- speeding Yelled through his cell bars that he would invoke his congressional immunity so he could go back to congress and "represent cnarge. - . jr.-,- V'f- t's Scadding to Be Flown to Clements Admits Larger Amounts Shared by . w " 1 1 : Italians' Turn Tide With Reinforcements of Native Troops Halifax Because of Infected Feet my Seattle constituency." Previously the Washington con gressman had scuffled with i Washington. April 23. Irrepressible Rep. Marion A. Zioncheck, O., Wash., was fined $23 today in a speeding charge, and Him, Townsend metropolitan police officer who CAPITAL IN TURMOIL NEWSPAPER PAYS WELL' PAIR SLEEP. LITTLE was sentenced to pay a $20 fine or serve 48 hours in jail for disturbing Washington traffic court attempted to arrest him, took the officer, for a 60-mile-an-hour jaunt around the capitol grounds during his trial. Foreign Military Attaches in his speedy roadster, and final The Washington congressman ly submitted to arrest, with the shout that "a damage suit will re suit from this." was unable to produce the fine, and was led back to a cell where a few minutes previously he had I- Leave; Citizens Flee i From City Addis Ababa, April 23. Ethi shouted that his congressional im Police Judge Walter E. Casey sentenced -Zioncheck on two separate charges. On . the first the speeding offense which started munity was being violated. opian force in the east, making a Robertson, Oldest of Trio, Is Least Affected by Ordeal Moose River. N. S., April 23. The best doctors in eastern Canada strove today to restore the health of two Toronto men who were snatched from death after being entombed for more than 10 days in a collapsed gold mine. Heroic miners completed their part of the rescue when, after the Washington representative's desperate last stand against the advancing Italians, were forced to difficulties he was ordered to retire after three days of fierce pay a $23 line. tm ine secona-a contempt of court charge result- The sentence came when police, after a hand-to-hand scuffle, finally managed to take the congressman to court, where he: Pleaded guilty charges of speeding 70 miles an hour. Protested against the technical form of his speeding ticket. Attempted to walk out of court fighting, Ras Nassibu reported to ing from Zioncheck's attempt to the government today. walk out on the court the rep Ras Nassibu, commanding the resentative was ordered to pay a $20 fine or serve 48 hours in jail, days of feverish tunnelling at the peril of their own lives, they brought Dr. O. E. Robertson and Alfred Scadding out of their pri INSPECTION SHOWS LOCAL MILK SUPPLY In constant danger of being trapped beneath tons of rock, workmen are pictured as they frantically timbered one of the shafts by means of which they rescued Dr. D. A. Robertson and Alfred Scadding, son 141 feet under ground at mine owners imprisoned over 10 days, 141 feet below the surface in a mine near Moose River, N. S. IN GOOD CONDITION 12:44 a.m. The rest was up to the doctors. Invest IgoToiT P ! a h for Public Hearings In - . Los Angeles ; 1 Washington, April 23. Robert E. Clements, former- ecretiry- treasurer of the Townsend move ment, admitted to th houtt old-age pension investigating committee today that he and Dr. F. E. Townsend, co-founder Of the $200-r a-month pension plan, had drawn In the nelghborhod of $130,00(1 from the organization.' ; '!'- ' Clements testified that the Old-Age Revolving Pensions, Ltd., the movement's official erganiatidn and the Prosperity Publishing Co., publisher of the Townsend Week ly, had been started' on a few hundred dollars in late 1933. He said the. payments they- received covered salaries, dividends, ex-penses and living costs. Paper rays Well He said that his own payments' from both organizations , during the period until he left the organ- ization April 1, 1936, totalled 7T.-800. He said that Dr. Townsend drew an equal share in salaries and payments from both organiia tions. - , Clements' total, he explained, included a $23,000 dividend in 193d from the Prosperity Publishing Co. Townsend drew a like sum except that he turned over his share to Clements to purchase the. Prosperity Publishing Co. lor hii own interest. . ; ; HEHSSPEED BANK CLEARINGS IN NEW YORK REVEAL F- D REQUESTS Inspection of 23 dairies and three milk plants revealed they wera all in good condition, Dairy They felt little fear for Robertson. But Scadding's condition was sufficiently serious that .they de cided he should be flown to Halifax immediately for treatment of his infected feet. Dr. W. E. GaUle GAIN 37 PER CENT iBBy forces trying to protect the strategic railroad center of Harar, reported that there were 3,000 casualties on both sides in the fighting between Sasa Baneh and Dan-ena, which is 105 miles south of Harare , , Capital in Confusion News of the Ethiopian retreat there added to the confusion of people here and heightened their conviction that the break up of the empire was close at hand. Merchants, foreigners and many natives were fleeing the city. Ras Nassibu said that his forces attacked the Italians' positions around Sasa Baneh and drove them' back in three days of hand-to-hand fighting. Then, he informed the government, the Italians moved up contingents of Lybian and Somali troops and the Ethi Washington. April 23. The con Inspector William Odenthal stated in a report to the city council last night. At the same time quarter SHOT F ID gressional attack on the new deal of Toronto telephoned Halifax to send a plane at once. work relief administration Bath New York, April 23. A jump of 37.8 per cent in bank clearings in New York City last week plus ly reports were submitted from the treasurer, recorder and fire ered speed today with demand for dispatch to congress of an allegedly Sleep Cut Short The two men, dirty, .unshaven, corresponding gains In clearings in chief. Milk furnished to Albany was Bend. Ore.. April 23. Snow on in other major cities brought one suppressed report by Gen. Hugh S. Johnson bitterly criticizing the WPA Charging that WPA Administrator Harry L. Hopkins had "suppressed" a copy of a .report from so weak they barely could stand up, but still able to smile their thanks to the rescuers, were put to bed in an improvised hospital here shortly after they were brought out of the pit. Cheering found free from bacteria in 25 samples given for test to Oregon State college. Also all herds were tested for abortion and tuberculosis, and found free from the dis the summit of Santiam Pass is only five feet deep and is melting rapidly, Deschutes national forest Officials reported tday. C. E. Hein, a ranger from the Sisters forest office, made a trip into the Santiam country yesterday to of the sharpest advances over a year ago in several months. Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., compilation from 22 leading cities showed total clearings for the week ended April 22 as $6,207,-962,000, a gain of 33.3 per cent Washington. Aprij 23. President Roosevelt has submitted to congress a request 'for $460,800,-000 to finance the social security system of old age pensions and unemployment insurance, it, was learned today. The president in his communication which was referred to the house appropriations committee, recalled that when he submitted his budget message "there had not the former NRA administrator. and hymn singing of the rejoic I Rep. Clarence McLeod, R., Mich., eases. opians were forced to retire to ward Danena.i ings rescue crews was cut short Fire Chief Oliver Butts reported announced introduction of a reso check on snow conditions. so they could sleep. Attaches Leave lution for the report to be sent to loss of only $100 during the first Doctors later reported, however, over the $4,658,605,000 in the corresponding 1935 week. The to The ranger drove about half a congress. quarter, in which 13 alarms were that the two had slept only about mile beyond Blue lake, and then sounded. Two of them were false. two hours either because of ner started walking. He found about In the country north of Dessye bandits rari wild. Warriors in the shattered armies of defeated chieftains roamed 1 in tattered gar-men t5,....rfetu te.Ohj-ough.; the tal was 1,134,977.000 above the previous week which had shown a loss of 4.7 per cent from the cor- No deaths nor injuries occurred in fires in the period. been sufficient. time to plan th half the road bare of snow as far vous reaction from the 242 hours and 43 minutes, jpf. imprisonment, McLeod said the report dealt at length with use of relief funds. "It has been a matter of common knowledge all along," McLeod said in a 'statement, "that the entire system's foundation was flim- organization and methods requir Both the -treasurer aadTerord- most of the time without food ed, to permit including esti mountains and plains, many of, V.. .V... ,& .WWW .VTV,. , Clearings in New York City totaled $4,159,811,000. Aggregate for and in total darkness and silence, or because the doctors did not wish them to sleep too long at first for fear of giving infections er's reports were read and placed on' file with a cash balance of $10,484.50. The largest expenditure of the quarter was revealed' in the street department where $4,124.02 centers outside of New York City was $2,048,151,000 or 25.2 per cent greater than the 1935 figures. were necessary for improvements. (Fleu Turn to Put Two! Wide gams included; Portland, Ore.. 33.7 per cent to $29,293,000. sily constructed on the tainted and feted corruption of the spoils system. "Through the press we have learned of facts and scandals which show some basic causes for the honest criticism the new deal is so desperately trying to suppress. "Hiding facts will not correct mistakes. Neither will it prevent MINOR'S MARRIAGE Datrthie- Springs, wilb drifts about three feet at the maximum. At the summit from Circle Lake trail to Hogg Rock, a distance of a mile, snow lies about five feet deep with no drifts. It is melting rapidly and apparently is not consolidated at oil, Hein reported. 1'he road around Hogg Rock is bare in many places. Directors of the Bend chamber of commerce, meeting at noon today, are expected to ask the state highway commission to open Santiam pass, providing a route to Eugene via the Clear Lake roud to Belknap Springs. If that is done, the Bend group will not press for immediate action to open McKen-zie pass, where deep snowdrifts BRINGS DELINQUENCY FOES OF TAX BILL OPEN BITTER FIGHT IN HOUSE DEBATE CHARGE FOR GROOM them with machine gun or shrapnel wounds festering in them. The Belgian military mission which advised the emperor on his strategy and tactics has left for the coast. Capt. John Meade, military attache of the American legation, and John C. Robinson, Chicago negro, the emperor's star aviator since the beginning of the war, left for Djibouti, French So-maliland. The Netherlands Red Cross unit, which has done heroic work at the front, received orders from home to leave May 1. BURT AND SALEM YOUNG DEMOCRATS FIGHT OVER PLANS mates for the security board. The requested appropriation will be Included in the deficiency bill carrying the $1,500,000,000 work relief fund. The breakdown for the social security expenditure, as detailed by the president: . $2G3,000,000 for the old age reserve account. $23,000,000 for salaries and expenses of the social security board. $85,000,000 for grants to states for old age assistance. $29,000,000 fq.r grants to states for unemployment insurance administration. $35,000,000 for grants to states for dependent children aid. $8,000,000 for grants to states for blind aid. $15,800,000 for wage records, social security board. A notice for civil service for firemen was referred to the ordinance commute, which expects to report at the next meeting. Action wai also taken on the need for gas masks in the fire department. Need for the masks was shown in he recent blaze at the Dooley grocery store, and a committee, was appointed to investigate and purchase. Russell Appointed Sweet Home Mayor Dave Porter. 26, Mill City, was arrested ihere by Sheriff Shelton yesterday for Sheriff McElwain of Washington. April 23. Republi cans and democrats opened the Lincoln county on a charge or bitterest battle of the session to contributing to the delinquency of day over the New Deal's proposed Ruth McAuley. 17. daughter of $803,000,000 tax bill, providing still block the roadway through further waste of the peoples money." The Johnson report presumably was the one revealed recently as assailing the WPA for red tape and lack of worthwhile projects. Johnson wrote it after he had been administrator for WPA in New York City, but it was never released by Hobkins' office. Recently, when it was disclosed, Hopkins office said there had been no attempt to suppress it. Card Room at Mill Rev. and Mrs. James MCAuiey oi the lava beds. for drastic revision of the corporate tax structure. Mill City. The Lincoln county sheriff took Lot Angeles, April . 23. Reluctance Of certain witnesses to testify has forced congressional - tub-committee investigating the Town- send movement to call . a series of public hearings, Rep. Joseph A. Gavagan, D, New York, disclosed today. ' ' 1 1 The hearings will start either Monday or Tuesday in the federal , building here, he said. ' " "We have been forced to call ' public hearings here because of the ' reluctance of certain witnesses to give us voluntary statements on, the Townsend organization,' tha congressman said, v "Because we cannot get the Information voluntarily, we are retorting to subpoenas and enforced testimony." . LEADERS HOPEFUL CONGRESS TO QUIT JUNE 6 UNLESS Washington, April 23. Con- ' gressional leaders today tentttivet ly wrote down June 6 as a likely adjournment date but hastiljj added the postcript:' ' . k "Dependent upon what the supreme court rules in the Cuffey case." i " There is nothing on the present legislative schedule, house and, senate spokesmen agreed, which, should interfere seriously with tho ' desire of members to adjourn in time to attend the national party conventions. '' . . ' ' The verdict of the supreme court on the Guffey coal control set may twist 'these forecasts askew, however. The decision may coma next Monday. t Fighting off a wave of Republi Porter into custody last night. can criticism of the measure, lanky The Mil City man is accused of Salem, Ore., April 23. Slate Highway Engineer R. H. Baldock said today he would have maintenance engineers investigate im illegally marrying the McAuley Sweet Home, April 23. (Special) The town council held a special meeting Tuesday evening, April 20. John Russell, appointed by the council to fill the office of Junior Band Benefit girl at Couer d Alene, Idaho, mediately the cost of opening the where the ceremony was allegedly Play to Be Tonight performed by Porter's own father, Ciw I rtmmt CntU Pnm mayor in place of Charles Mc-iry Loses, Wash, ragCrady whdid not qualifV) pre Rev. J. W. Porter, retired Mill Santiam highway. Baldock said opening of- Hogg Pass on the Santiam might be feasible since a U, S. forest road City minister, without consent or Sheriff Shelton was called to i sided at the meeting. H. D. Haven, M. J. Nye and W. S. Sankey re- Rep. Robert L. Doughton, D., N. C, opened the administration defense with a declaration that the measure was "fundamentally Just." On the republican side, Rep. Allen T. Treadway, R., Mass., ranking minority member of the house ways and meuns committee, marshalled the opposition forces which contended the measure was "farcical" and emphasized that it had been .drafted behind closed doors by the democrats who "must assume full knowledge of the minor girls U"2T wrf 10 'rye5l,B.B'e I ported as a committee who had between the Santiam and the Mc- parents. Kenzie highway at Belknap According to the sheriff . young Springs would provide a Eugene-Bend route. , Porter is accused of going to Newport in company with his parents last week and securing the McAuley girj, who was visiting with friends or relatives there, and of A benefit play sponsored by the junior school band will be presented tonight at the high school auditotrium at 7:30. Proceeds from the play, a three-act production, "An Old Fashioned Mother," will be used to buy uniforms for the bund. Besides the play, musical numbers will be offered with the junior band playing several selections and the high school trio furnishing music between the act. Loren Luper wil ldirect the band. ine xneu oi a sun maenme "n-;been investigating the cost of road taming $40 in nickels and of 34 and gtreet maimenance machin-cartons of cigarettes from the E.l Th authorized to pur- V m nSr?(rd rm a"d bCCr P I chate th machinery, at Mill Uty. Saturday was designated by the The robbery is believed to have athe annua? ..clean'up.. taken place Sunday night orearly ;d ' for th . Trucks wi be Monday, Sheriff Shelton said. En-1 get a, each street to collect J?,lfeL,e.' J'the rubbish, which each property The state highway commission will decide at a special meeting in Portland tomorrow whether to open the Santiam or McKenzie taking the girl to Couer d'Alene in their car. After the ceremony, passes, and on what dates. irticvicu in tuc a win uwi w vipt' , owner is asked to have ready, Girl Scout Benefit Scheduled Friday which took place April 15, Sheriff Shelton learned from Spokane authorities, the Porters and the D'Autremont Drama Is Denied Convicts use oi a pass Key. me snenn sa.a. , ked or ed, to be taken away. It is believed furthermore, he said, ' that the robbers escaped with their ... D ... loot through a rear window, which itOrYOHIS rytnions McAuley girl visited relatives in Salem, Ore., April 23. On the eve of the fifth annual state convention of the Young Democratic League of Oregon, President U. S. Burt, Corvallis, today fired most of the Salem committee members for disagreeing with his plans, and a three-day fight seemed assured for the meeting. The Salem Young Democrats said they had "their own plans" for the convention, which will open tomorrow and is expected to bring 200 delegates here. Prominent guests will be Gov. C. Ben Ross of Idaho and Willard Walter, Washington, D. C, assistant executive secretary of the Young Democratic Clubs of America. Burt, it was said, wanted to charge more for the banquet and dance, than local committee members had planned, and wanted to dictate the distribution of tickets. He changed the committees for acting without consulting him. Al$ea Woman Dies; Autopsy Performed Mrs. Jessie Bowen, 22, of Al-sea, died in the city ambulance this morning en route from the Bridgwater hospital to the Albany General hospital. The body was taken to Corval- lis where, upon request of rela was found open. Spokane until last Monday, when they left for Mill City, arriving there Tuesday shortly after noon. Purchase Park Site Salem, Ore., April 23. State From the Headlines SEND TWO MORE TO CC C Two. more. Linn county youths were sent yesterday to the Cas-eadia CCC camp to fill vacancies left by failure of other counties to enlist their full quotus of recruits, according to Caroline Doo-little, Linn county relief committee secretary, through whose office the recruits were secured. penitentiary officials last night refused to allow inmates to hear a radio dramatization of the D'Au j The Knights of Pythias of Cor TODAY'S SCORES American R. H. E. By Deacon Richmond vallis valley Lodge JNo. H, lor many years advocates of building tremont case, involving three of its A benefit party for the girl scouts' troops sponsored by the American Legion auxiliary will be presented Friday night at 8 in the Veterans' Memorial hall.' Entertainment, prizes, and a style show are the features of the party. Poppy posters made by the school children under direction of Mrs. Robert Sipe, will be judged and prizes awarded1' in threfr classes. Door prizes and prizes for card pluying will also be given. At 8:30 the style show will get under way. Miss Elsie Bain and a most notorius inmates Roy, Ray Chicago 0 7 1 Cleveland 8 10 0 and Hugh D'Autremont. The sheriff went to Mill City upon learning this, arrested young Porter and turned the girl over to her parents. She. is scheduled to appear in juvejje court here Sat-turday on a delinquency hearing. Porter will be tried ' in circuit court at Toledo. . Rev. McAuley is a Presbyterian minister. Rev. Porter is said to be a Spanish-American war veteran. "Fred Stelwer Keynoter of G. O. P. ConcUve" When they chose a man to expound the Plan at the G. Gv P. The prisoners are ordinarily al a highway and establishing a state park on Mary's peak, have recently taken the first step toward their goal. A tract of 40 acres has been purchased on the north trail of the mountain where lowed to listen to any radio pro gram they choose, but officials de Whitehead, Phelps, Wyatt and Sewell, Shea; Allen and Pytlak. R. H. E.' Boston 13 3 Philadelphia 4. 9 10 1 W. Ferrell, Henry and R. Terrell. G. Dickey; Kelley and Hayes. , . cided the D'Autremont reenact-ment would "not be good policy." AUNT HET BY ROBERT QUILLEN convention, they took the best from the west, to quiet all disten ! a mountain lodge will be built and other arrangements made to The prison radio system is con trolled from a master s't in the of group from the auxiliary will di tion, i Fred werUl make ...f.u The tract bought is covered with Nearly 7500 Attend Services on Easter fice, and all prisoners hear thejrect the slww. Clothes for ull ages Willi . . .:.L., I ,;. will be modelled. Following the same program through earphones out mistaltp an National , R. a mountain stream and a water In their cells. l excellent k e y- H. 9 t fall of about 20 feet The three D'Autremont broth Philadelphia ........ 5 a tint- v. ftoter: he'll have show, a group of violin selections by Mrs. Lyle Bain, and songs' by Jimmy Jenks, accompanied by Fred Neal, will be presented. ers are serving life terms for mur the ear, from far Shirley Celebrates , tives through the district attorney's office, an autopsy was to be performed this afternon. and near, of can der in an attempted mail robbery in Jackson county in 1923. ik i didate and voter. Seventh Anniversary ! f j Boston '3 6 Walters, Johnson, and ' Wilson; Brown, Cantwril and .Lopez. H. E. Pittsburgh 16 1 Chicago I 9 1 Birkofer and Paden; Trench and Hartnett. 4 At utiiuun ana a Borah and Knox. ULi, GABBO SAILS Copenhagen, April 23. Greta FOUND GUILTY Joaquin B. Bella. Glendora. Hollywood, April 23. Golden- A total of 7,409 people attended the Easter Sunday services, Pastor Virgil Halbig of the Church Of Christ announced today after compiling figures from 11 Albany churches. The total included the sunrise .services. Bible schools, morning worships, young peoples meetings and evening services. Increased interest and large crowds were reported by Pastor Halbig from the various churches, and many new members were re too, b'gorra. can a man, it's worthy of haired Shirley Temple greeted her Calif, was found guilty of reck-i agree upon lea driving this morning in jus-' mention, for it is my contention, Garbo, movie star, sailed in the liner Gripsholnt from Gothenburg today for the United States, it was seventh birthday with the exclamation. "I'm growed up now." The child star, filmdom's leading box office attraction, is spend Candidates Asked to Brotherhood Meeting said authoritatively. She went direct to her cabin, it was said, and tice court and fined $23 and costs : agreement is not in their plan, by Judge Olliver. Bello was in- j A native son of Oregon fc may volved in an accident with Maxmake the party live and make a Groesbeck, of R. F. D. 3N Albany, j to win the place the People BOB DILL TRANSFERRED Robert Dill, who has been manager for the local store of the Western Auto Supply Co., has been notified of his transfer as manager of the company's store at Everett, Wash. The Everett store leads its division in Washington and the change is in the nature of a merited promotion. ( Dill has twice been manager of the Albany store and has made a fine i fiord with the company, Many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Dill will regret to learn of their change, for both have been popular in local business and social circles. The new ing her birthday aniversary open locked herself in. Miss Garbo ing her birthflay anniversary open- traveled under, the pseudonym of yesieraay ai aixtn and Elm streets. nave to rive. ceived. The Good Friday services Of the nation's brains, the West i living room of the Temple home at Miss L'lin Gu'stsson. CARS BUMP were also well attended, he said. Gratitude was expressed ,to the other ministers in enabling him to compile' the statistics. The figures on the services are: sunrise services 110: Bible school All candidates seeking nominations in the May primary election are invited to attend a meeting of the Interchurch Brotherhood to b held Friday night at 8 o'clock In the Albany Baptist church, it was announced today. The public is Invited to attend "I'm sorry women have quit cry in'. A woman has got to relieve her spirit some way: and if she don't cry, she'll swear." (CwritM, INI, rnblkktn IrxllcaU) OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING (contains as much as any section. 'Santa Monica. Brownsville. (Special) Mr. and this is shown to be weljj Among gifts from her family and Mrs. R. P. Daugherty celebi at-1 known, by the Party's wise eiec-iramea "real, live-pony" presented ed their fiftieth wedding anniver-in. So, step by step,, the West's! her by her mother, Mrs. George sary here Sunday. Nine of their ten ' brain and pep will gain just s Temple. Shirley's bother. Jack, children were present and many , reeocniUon and. by the choice of i sent a bicycle while an older friends called during the after-' the People's voice, rank well inj brother. George, jr., forwarded a noon to offer them congratulations high position. turquoise ring from Arizona, j J. H. Ross, 57, of 1936 E. Seventh street, reported to police this morning that he barked his car into an unknown person's automo 2.068; morning worship 3,263; young peoples' mwtings, 403; eve arrive in Albany bile while parking near the corner j manager will of Second and Broadalbin streets.' this week. the meeting. , ning services 1,575,

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