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Tuesday, May 5, 1936
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TH.E ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1936 PAGE -FOUR "Cycle of blonds?" Linda asked WACIIINO'TO SEE WHICH WAY THE CAT WILL JUJIP'T DQNT BLAME BENITO "Yes. When he first came it was the Dietrich type. Then he I. rl . -. . taunt t Alb4nj. Vrrron, aoatsfflw m BEHIND THE SCENES IN WASHINGTON went in for gamins. Then he took Italy is protesting against aid French and British gave Haile Selassie, deposed emperor of the now conquered African country of the sophisticated ladies in his stride, so to speak, but now it's BY RODNEY DUTCH ER- - Mit.ia a4 FuMajam U JarltM n4 It K. Cmolw Djonau. Aiust i say more?" "You might mention one," Lin' da answered. , ., , "Honey Harmon." "Oh Honey, my patroness!" BY RODNEY DITCHER St;k hrwrif Mtaa? CafTaaaal Ethiopia. The world may derive from this the inference that Italy wanted Haile Selassio there at ' BCRHCRimON MATH OtUVKktt BY CARAUCB t Om for, ,1a advaata .MM (if avauaa, .! liiim .1.11 WASHINGTON Recent reports "ol,' indications that the big business-big finance opposition to Addis Ababa to be captured, thus rendering the triumph of the in "Your hostess, will do," Cora answered. "We all know Honey Om Bontb, la Mwm ' l r MAIL bought your first script, but don't vaders the more complete, Roosevelt was abating in its fury LU. mMi SUftoa, Um aaa IMl with belief in the probability of This and other circumstances let her get the idea that she has anything to do with your success. Honey has a way of making his re-election resulting in an in On mv, to aaVaaai .............. U awntba, a adnata ,.....,... surrounding the Italian campaign have placed Benito Mussolini In creasing disposition to make the best of a "bad business," even to unexpected use of any little thing LSI Tbn awitta. la aavanat an unfavorable light. planning horse trades with the ad she thinks belongs to her. Inci dentally, she thinks , Thorne be' On iMntit. la advanat ........ t Mall Elaevfcm-la U. B. A. because the - Federal Reserve Board has twice boosted margin requirements and it's felt that the board won't hesitate in an emergency to use other ways to halt a runaway "boom such as its power to eliminate excess reserves. TT70RRY over government spend- " Ing isn't what it was, because government itself has indicated an increasing concern over it Better business meani .increased tax collections and there is promise of decreasing deficits. Many corporations dont want the budret "balanced too much." Government spending has (one back Into bank deposits until adjusted demand deposits' are now back at approximately the 1929 fi-are. ' " " The deposits are idle, but art ministration have brought corro Mussolini's assault on Haile So longs to .her. I thought I'd tell borative details to this writer, but lassie has all the earmarks of i On la Mvuwa tl.M li awatha, la IxhriBea 1 I.TI On awata. la aaVuai M no denials. you just in case . "I remember someone who. be' New York or Chicago gang send' Whatever the future of this ten ttt mt. aa train atwaataaai II Ing its muscle men In on a rival's longed to me once and the wasn't dency among the big boys, it can In ni.rtast ii af addtaaa iuMrr above appropriating him, Linda territory; it is as direct, as unmoral be reported that Roosevelt him an ahnuM al-an f I4 at said that before she meant to. and as ugly as that rtblabaJ Dallf Buaat BuBdai "In Hollywood?" Cora asked. Tht DtaMeiat-BaraU rabllahliia- C. ! self is right now as "cocky" about the outlook as he has been, at any time in the last four years and Granted. But we delude our "No," Linda answered briefly, Aa lafapaaihat Aftaraaoe KawtpM dtnM selves mightily if we blame it all that this "cockiness" spreads "Just what I thought! You've been ouc here a couple of years M. g Maaiana a Ca, Hatleaal Aiw on the rapacity and greed of Mus right down through the ttttn gmmnuilia, and I haven t heard about a single solini himself. Every great nation has1 done the same sort of thing. romance, Linda la it this some' one back east?" . largely in favor of large corporations, which finally skim oil most KEEP A GOOD MAN It is war itself that ia ugly. "It isn't anybody at all. No ro- The president has felt himself on the upgrade ever since Al Smith made that Liberty League dinner speech. He believes that even the hostile shrieks of big of the profits as the government Imanees. All work." Linda wanted A disinterested observer bock in money goes round and around. Casting aside political prejudice Cora to get her mind off the sub .RFC, HOLC, and FCA are now the 1840 s might have seen our business are subsiding behind the Oregon Journal, leading Oregon Democratic newspaper, comoi ject Cora was a Hollwoodtte and she could use ' any information mounting piles of industrial herself. Not that Linda had any to out in full iupport of Charles Mc own war with Mexico in precisely the same light. Certainly, our ruthless obliteration of the ' western liquidating, taking in more money than they're paying out, and creating s, profit 'THERE'S plenty of room for give ner. Tnere had been no ro' Nary for re-election aa Xt. S. sena mance in her life, unless she Indian nations would have looked tor from Oregon. counted Pete, and after so many no' better. And the English con suspicion that Democratic lead months that was so remote that Linda forgot most of the things ers aren't at all impressed wtih the desirability of adjourning quest of South Africa, the French seizure of the Sahara, and the , Therein the Journal shows good sense deserving of emulation by De mocratic . votera ' which that newspaper represents" and guides, and. by Republican! as well who she . thought she would always remember about him. She thought of him now, and missed him sud unaneu vers by which the Dutch Congress , before the Republican convention in Cleveland June 9. Although the more important Republican members probably will flag rose over Java are cut out of denly. Not because he was Pete, but because she was girl and she had no one to love. Work. may be tempted to swerve from the same cloth. profits. High officials in intimate touch with the private banking industry have told Roosevelt that as business improves the fears of the Industrial-financial groups are subsiding. This Is the way they explain it: , The administration has stood up against the threat of printing press money and the inflationists have practically folded up. i The Inflation threat from excess reserves seems less menacing the longer It exists without materializing, and the more It appears that bankers aren't eager to lend rashly and that few want to borrow. The inflation threat from a rising stock market is discounted, the path which they know in their What it come down to is that we friends, parties, adulation never be able to get to Cleveland, the fact that Congress is in session tends to take a bit of the edge off made ud for the lack of love in have no cause to work up, a lather of moral Indignation over what is a girl's life, anil for the first time. a party's political show. happening to the emperor of Eth Linda was -beginning to realize it Roosevelt himself has arranged iopla. We live by a system which And then she met Basil Thorne, (To Be Continued) drives strong nations out to conquer the weak. We are today reap to be very much in the limelight during the G. O. P. session and anything his boys in Congress can do to take the limelight off Cleveland will be willingly contributed. Awards Announced hearts to be the right road. ' Senator McNary's position of influence. In "Washington cannot be won overnight. To substitute a novice, however able, at this time would be folly and contrary to the best interests of this state. Without regard to Senator Mc-Nary'a services under Republican admlnistrtions, ha deserves reelection becBUsefof .what "he has dorie for Oregondurlng'jhe present regime. ing the profits of that system. Can we afford to adopt a holier-than- at the Palace at Newtown. At Jefferson School (Copyright. J93C. tin A service inc. thou attitude toward Italy - It wasn't lonely for Linda in Hollywood after that. She had FOLLY and FAREWELL, If the conquest of Ethiopia dis Jefferson. (Special) A large CAR. FOUND (JL'ICKLY Within two minutes after the moved from the hotel to an apartment house, bought herself a turbs you, with its dark implica number of patrons and friends of the Jefferson school were pres local police last night had notified By Marie BHzard 6NEASmc.lnt tion that might does make right, ent at the school house Friday modest car, and, like everyone else in Hollywood, went to the movies. She met a few people who after all, in this modern world, state police headquarters at Salem that a car was stolen here, the missing auto was found. Mrs. afternoon and viewed the Achieve HKUI IIRHK TODAV I.INDA IIOt'ltNK, SO yeara old. ment Day exhibits. your cue is to hate not Italy, not Mussolini, but war itself, and the The Judges were Rev. J. Merlin lived in the same apartment house, but too often found herself lonelier than she dared write to Vernon McVey told the police at 10:10 p. m. that when she emerg VTrUy, In Irft nlnioHt iicmillfiiii by tit middt n ili'alh nf her fullirr. G. O. P. CANDIDATES INVITED Walter Kropp, secretary of the Linn county republican central committee, is in receipt of an invitation directed to all republican candidates for office in Linn county to speak before the United Workers' League' local No. 3 at Llebanon Saturday 'night, The meeting will be held at 8 o'clock in the Knights -of JPythias hall at Lebanon Saturday night. The Shroupe, secretary of the Lebanon workers' organization. ' Hill, Mrs. Fred Weid and Mrs. Eugene Myers. Ribbons were ed from the Christian church, near PKTKK (IAHI il.N'KH, Nrwrnwiicr Pete that first year. awarded as follows: First grade- where ' she had parked her car, it was missing. The McVey car A young woman with power rviwrjcr,' hclpa her ki a J.b wrll-Iiik noi'lety inw. I.IihIh In In love with MX I'AHTKIt, lull, he aua Harvey Pratt, Wade Cole and and Linda had power since she lirnad to Hurty (iiKiliir.- Whin was found at Dallas, Or., but the three men who were in it fled was credited with "discoveries" world system which enables nations to profit by war.' It cannot be said that there is no Justice in court at Portland, nor that it Is blind, though Jack Justice's prc-repeal occupation no doubt caused others to become so. Hetr' ak her to marry him iihe Polly Main. Second grade Vera Glaser, Billy -Barna and Florence Rix. Third grade Elizabeth Stew- need not have feared loneliness, before the state police there could aicrni'ii, luii iHiHliHiiipR ihi wp(1lln. of Keats" and they were already at work on the picture for Cooper Venell. He put aside his guns, his caps, his turtle-neck sweaters and his gangster roles. 'He became Keats. The rushes came through and the raves followed. Linda was famous. Miracle girl, they called her. But, by this time, Linda was no longer surprised by Hollywood. And in a little time she forgot it hadn't been her own idea but that she had only said what Pete had written. She had long since thrown away the telegram from Pete. She accepted her increased salary as easily as she accepted her move Linda could be useful and she eaten mem. HONEY HAII.MUN, film utar. was attractive. Though he la a Republican, Senator McNary has been ' without rancor against the present admln-IstrstionJte has, t is true, opposed from time to time certain-measure which have been sponsored by the administration In congress, btt In every instance of such opposition hit judgment has been proven correct. Measures that he has believed to be beat for his state and nation he has supported, irrespective of their origin. Aa a result of his attitude Senator McNary has commanded the respect ol the Democrats in con iimi-a to Nrwtown, iuhKIiik a "per-unal iMarnni'" tour, lvtt'r ium to She was chic. She learned to are, Gene Powell and Sara Margaret Hutchings. Fourth grade Lois Smith, Sammy Riggs, and Betty White. Flower books Ar Intcrvlrw her and acllH her a arm- dress well. Any old hat and knit ted things didn't go. In Holly' rlo wriltrn hy l.ltnliu H.'lrr turn own a jnli In llnllywonil, hill when thur Reike, Robert Norton and wood the fashion was sports clothes, and Linda's tailored white .Imla ri'i ijlvit mi offiT thiTi- nh ne- H, Seattle's Zionehcck is complaining that his friends are turning against him. It seems that some of them expect even a congressman to have some sense. Wanda Glaser. Fifth- grade Stanley Miller, Ruth Terhune and Mickey -Thurston. Sixth grade tweed, her broad-shouldered slim In HnllywtMMl no oin puya nny tll'lltllill to l.lmlii until I.IIIY (IllV. hipped tailleurs, her fresh violets, white or deep purple, which she Bobby Foster, Mildred Looney and Virginia Bruce. Seventh grade to the executive offices and the 'always wore, - her Paris-made ....... .i .. . .. T III II ri'llfl l'i'lH .', Hllli KIIKKl'HtM tlmt fKl'Kt VKNKI.I. un n. tor. hna hf-cn hilHi'nat. Khe Ik limiting; ivter, thiuiKh no one knotva UiIb. SOW UO OS IT II TIIK NTOIIV Pauline Thomas, Beverly Wells, and Betty Terhune. Eighth grade gress and of the president himself, h..V th hLu- To Hutr ZLA'iitZ levelling frocks were distinguished her the book to adapt, and Linda ,i, "n i,u . i.,j ,i, .', where all clothes were beautiful. wt ZZh?L JlHer soft, clipped voice and her - Since the Ethiopians can't keep Addis Ababa for themselves they t- t s f meanwhile retaining unimpaired his always strong position In his Donna June Powell and Marjory Norton; Ileen Wickersham and Jean Meng; Bertha Middleton. are bound not to leave anything in .... ,u. . ii.. j . . ru I dignified bearing were often un 5 it for the Italians. role; the writer changed the role. sisters in the picture colony. Pic1 own party. Thus In retaining Its veteran acnator Oregon ia certain of continued effective representa 3 COUPLES TO WED Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Howard C. ROW LEE. Republican Candidate For Nomination Representative I will work for the .pest interest of the people of Linn County and the State of Oregon. Economy and common sense will be my guide. VQTE 54-X Paid adv ture people wanted to know Linda for herself, as well as for what .atiaMtos& A college education dues not pay,; says an ex-co-ed movie actress. The father of any student Page of Brownsville plan to be CHAPTER XU For two months Linda had spent the days since her arrival in Hollywood sitting with her feet on the pulled out drawer of her desk, idly reading old scripts. At lunch-time she hud found a seculudcd table in the Commonwealth lunchroom, then wandered over the lots, watching the muking of pictures and soinii bick to write nav she could do for them. , She spent money recklessly on clothes. She bought a good car, tion, no matter what may be otherwise the outcom6 of the 1936 elections. ' '. - - If the Democrats should succeed will agree. - . remarried after having been divorced, Page indicated at the county clerk's office Saturday when he secured a license to r jnot because she wanted to create PORTLANDERS IV WRECK When they brought her a copy of her original script, which Pete had sold to Honey Harmon almost half a year before, Linda thought the plot was really her own. If there was a third character that Pete had written into it long before in the Blade office, Linda didn't remember and Pete had never told her what he had done. a When Linda made the first speech that made her famous in moviedom that day she took sev In keeping control of the govern-; Jefferson. (Special) Sunday marry Evelyn Page. A license was also issued to Walter Schneider, niuht nt about 9:30 o clock, a 19, and Shelia Trook, 16, Lebanon, men! Senator McNary's .capacity for service to his ' state' and! nation an impression but because she liked to drive a good car. She gave parties. They were small an intimate. Dinners for four or six, at the most, and never for coach occupied by Bernard P. Splro and father, skidded off the highway three and one' half will continue. If the Democratic with both fathers, Joe Schneider and George R. Trook, giving consent. Another .was.' issued to little letters to Pc,te in which she pictured herself as Alice in Wonderland, Studio life was fascinating to watch, but Linda had been bored. miles north nt Jefferson, break two. Sundays, she was "at home" from 4 to 7, serving a discreet Everest " C. Terhune and. Edna ing off a bust alone the highway Warren.; number of cocktails and excellent Then came that fateful duv of eral rounds of the ladder of suc and tearing up some fencing alopg thc David U. Looney farm. The I - cess at once, but when, threeJ two men arc traveling salesmen months later, lunching casually with HaKorth James ; who had of Portland and 'were en route to the conference. Linda had been invited out of courtesy. Directors, producers and writers had met to discuss the falling stars, the pictures that were riot Hood Intx EiiRenc. Bernard received Might played English character parts for food. It became smart to be invited to a Bourne Sunday afternoon. Linda knew tho stars, the important directors, the producers. She went to the fights, tho football sanies, to Palm Springs and Arrowhead for, week-ends. She spoke a few words into the "mike" g BARBS the past five years, she suggest"' cuts on his head. The car was damaged considerably. office and out of it all had come ed that he had a kind of menace NO COMMANDERY SESSION Announcement was mude to rnHE title, "Three Men cn a one suggestion from the unkuuwnjin his kindly . face that was ex-Linda Hournc. And a falling star j actly right for a series of new had become once more a brilliant i mystery stories, she was made! possibility. - She forgot that Pete Gardiner Linda was no longer bored. The had pointed this out to her after studio had bought Myron's "Life j a movie they-had seen together 99 day that the regiilur meeting of Temple Commundery No. 3, Horse." was our Brut intima tion that hitchhiking prevailed In scheduled . for Tuesday night, Will not be held, due to other the pre-motorltiK days. at the important openings at Sid Graumann's Chinese Theatre. She became a celebrity among celebrities, and she still wrote to Pete, but her letters became less frequent and told him more than she thought, Pete knew he had lost her, and pride kept him from intruding into the life she had made power should recede, he will still be there in a post of influence. It would require a hew man many years to attain such prestige. Sentor McNary has noi only contributed toward good government of the entire people. Ho can point to much concrete evidence of contributions' toward ..the material gain 6' his own' state. There are Bonneville dam, authorization for which he secured direc'tly from the pres I d ent; tlie" ,Vale-Owyhee, Klamath pnd Umatilla projects; deepening of the Willamette and Columbia rivers between Portland and the-sea and similar improvements at Coos Bay. Tillamook, on the Umpqua and Yaquina buy; the current survey of the Willamette valley looking toward a flood control, irrigation find drainage project of gigantic proportions; extensive federal co-operation In road building and numerous minor enterprises which have been of benefit to Oregon. He has played a conflicting events. la,aililiilaaaaaaaiiAiM S illiam This Curious World Fergv Ferguson STORIES IN .Vote that "arm onif not heard" fiKiinrx ainilirt only to chit-. dim, Chaplin 1it miMOKMcrd a Joithcoming talkie. ' a , Schoolboys who get 100 by for herself. 1 STAMPS' Pete put himself into his play. means of 26 in each of Ave sub And one day it was done and he sent it to New York. By I. S. Klein jects, have their feminine counter QUEEN Bees AND parts in women whose reported quins have proved to be twins and triplets. Linda was in Hollywood 18 months before she met Basil Thorne. Mot that she didn't know him by name. Or by reputation. Li ner Bought ! WORKERS Thorne was the director who had ,v WIIH V.UAL mude the great money-making musicals. His pictures had brought 1 A Fort Wayne. M:. physician laid modern "0ijh "Kant her mate to dominate her," It It at-Hmet that the doctor u ill offer free treatment to httsbandi tcho try out fhe theory. According to certain political major part in gaining all these dopesters, the winner at the G. O. HATCH FROM IDCNTfCAC EGGS. VET IT TAKES ONLY SXTFEEN TO PRODUCE AN ADULT QUEEN . WHILE nvEwrv-GAe- OAVS- ARE REQUIRED FOR COMMON WORKERS. P. convention will naiuier a Borah nor a Landon be. I N MANY countries press associations are under the influence of government agencies. These press associations either are given government subsidies, or are under such strict censorship that only news favorable to the government is distributed. Readers of newspapers in countries where these press associations operate are not given the ieal facts about hews events. The reports are colored to fit the needs of the government. Stories are given a favorable twist . . . . . mistakes of the administration are hidden behind thousands of words of propaganda ...... true conditions are Jeleted by censors from the press association reports. But in America, press associations are free from subsidy, censorship, or governmental supervision they do not deliver "doctored news." Reports of news events are given to readers with accuracy and clarity ..... in an unbiased and unprejudiced manner. The responsibility for this condition rests primarily upon the shoulders of press association correspondents. UNITED PRESS correspondents all over the world jealously guard the UNITED PRESS reputation for truth, honesty and impartiality. These factors have contributed to a large degree in making the UNITED PRESS the greatest worldwide preis as:c Nation. Its news js printed in - " ' a new medium to picture making. Extravaganzas, they were like their ci'ntor. Dazzling, gargantuan, filled with contrasts, romantic, worldly and incredible. Linda met Basil Thorne at Honey Harmon's bungalow at Malibu. She drove down with Cora Jarrett, editor of a movie fun magazine. "Maybe you'll like him, and maybe you won't. Most women do," Cora, speaking of Thorne, said to Linda. "It would be hard to describe him. I don't know whether he is a cad or a gentleman. I don't even know whether CoyrlRll. t?3. SEA Si rvlor. Inc Democrat-Herald Want Ads. Brini? Results. rSE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTUESS FAIL ANTHRACITE. COAL IS THE RESULT OP" A. -tO-FdOT BEING PRESSED DOWrsI INTO A ITALY built the new liner. Piliudski, and got for it. not gold, tut a medium of barter that is even more vuluable to the Italians coal. The purchase inaugurated Poland's entry into modern trans-Atlantic travel. Trom the new Polish seaport of Gdynia, the Pit-sudski now speeds to New York in 8 ',4 days. The trip formerly required 12 days. The chip is a twin Diesel-motored express liner, with gyroscopic equipment and other modern travel feature. It is 314 feet long, displaces 16.000 tons, and accommodates about 800 passengers. . , s On the iPflsudski's .initial trip from Ldynia to Nsw York, in September, 19J5. Poland issued a special cUmp picturing the liner. It is shown tn-low. rhe is ugly or handsome. He's that projects. i From the standpoint of Uie nation. Senator McNary has also been of great service. As chuirmsin Of the senate agricultural committee he lias Influenced muoji legislation of benefit to farmers of the entire country; he has participated in beneficial forest legislation' nd has been consulted by both administration and opposition leadership constantly in regard to other legislative proposals. Senator McNary has behind him 19 years of experience in Congress. If he has erred during these many years; his error have been so overshadowed by his accomplishments that they have been obscured. Even his enemies are at a loss to recall them. , Oregon's senator has been frequently mentioned as presidential timber. Not only In his own state but in the nation at large he would receive widespread Democratic as well as Republican support should he seek that office. Such a man is too valuable to be relegated to oUivlon. Not only Oregon but the United Stales needs Senator Mc- Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in fol kind. Most women are . crazy bout him. but maybe it's just Hollywood. He's having a cycle of blonds now." - ! W UHVICt we tav VALUE OF" THE VvOCi-DS ANNUAL CATCH IS ESTIMATED AT YfTTiT lowing chronic I - V "I " - -a! - " 1 - - vJ riaMwiMM t 'rr S J ailments. S. B. Fong Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stones, colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnays, bladder, heart, nerves, neuralgia. ' rheumatism, high blood pressure. " gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S.-B. Fong. S years practice In China. Herb Specialist, gives relief after others fail. 139 E. First Albany. Or. Office Hours: Sunday and Wedntttday U a.m, to 2 p.m. DOLLARS. '"77 1 jnA9YCADCi V. 9- ww fi rtna i a , J anup cniocrm-Hf-rau IT ii-n Willi Hi.' 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