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VOL. XX, No. 6
LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEB. 10 1922
Over Million Dollars
To Be Spent in Mt. Scott
FOSTER ROAD IMPROVEMENT < ONTRAtT LET, TO START WITH
•GOOD WEATHER; LENTS TRUNK
HEWER BORINGS COMPLETED
EVANGELICA^ CHI RUH
Jununry 30tli our pastor conducted
the funeral of Mr. Ash, father of
William Ash, formerly of 1-enta; Feb
ruary 3, that ot the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. Martan Murphey, who
reside on Foster Road; and at Dun
ning's undertaking parlors on Satur
day, the funeral of Harold Paul, for
merly of l-enta, who died from the
effects of exposure during the late
war. Mr. Paul enlisted in the 162nd
Infantry and served in England.
Mrs. Armstrong is night nurse at
the home of Prof. Hadley, caring for
Rev. Shupp who has been ill with
Inflammatory rheumatism for 19
Miss Marion Culver sang at the
Sunday morning s ervice and she and
Mrs. Paul Culver sang “Abide With
Me” in the Y. P. A.
Miss Mildred Raney ia staying with
Mrs. Coffman since her people moved
to Oregon City. The house which
had been occupied by the Raney fam
ily on 92nd street, is now occupied
by Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sheuer-
The young people’« business meet-
ing Friday night waa well attended.
Re fresh meats were served to those
pree-nt by William Anderson and
The Prayer Band has been invited
this week to the home of Mrs. Mor-
terud on 93rd street.
Mrs. Ernest Trenary has been
missed from her accustomed place in
the services for the past three weeks,
owing to illneas.
Mrs. Plowman, mother of Mrs.
Loomis, was a visitor in our midst
The young ladies will hold their
class meeting Friday night.
The annual day of prayer of the
W. M. S. was obeerved in our church
Sunday by a special sermon on
prayer in the morning by the pas
tor, and a prayor meeting led by Mrs.
Fanknauser, in the afternoon.
the Ixmts trunk sewer. Mr. John-
son stated that, should this district
come into the assessment the cost
j>cr lot would be around $25. If it
did not, the coat would be around $40
per lot. This difference is caused by
the larger or smaller territory which
The assistant city commissioner
says that if the outside property
owners refuse to bear a share of the
burden they probably will find that
within a few years they will want
sewer connections and then they will
have to build a sewer of their own
to the Willamette river, whereas if
they come in now they will hsve
sewer with which to connect.
Det si Is of Footer Road
Of the estimated cost of the Foster
Road improvement the street railway
will pay $81,900 for their share of
the work from 50th street to 72nd
street. Multnomah county will pay
$57,000 towards the work from 50th
street to 72nd street and $8000 as its
share of the improvements from 72nd
street to 82nd street
This leaves approximately $67.126
for property assessment. About 2,-
200 lota will bear this burden.
Roughly, the district to be assessed
ia: midway between Powell Valley
Road an,! Foster Road; one-half
block south of Woodstock avenue be-
tween 72nd and 80th street and be-
tween 72nd and 6lni streets as far
south as 55th avenue; from 63rd to
62nd streets, the district boundary
zigzags and crosses 52nd street at
Th« details of the improvement
follow: the streetcar company will
occupy the central 19.S feet which
will be macadamised between inter ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
secting streets and at intersections
Solemn Requiem services were held
will be hard surfaced. On either side
the streetcar tracks will be a 201» for the deceased pope and were well
foot hard-surfaced roadway* and Lhc attended.
Mrs. E. Fleming and Mrs. H. Lane
sidewalk on either side will occupy
17*4 feet of which six feet will be are to be congratulated on their
sidewalk, 9*4 feet outer parking and rapid recovery from major operations.
two feet inner parking, Between the The latter attended church Sunday.
Mrs. Olive Blanchette of Happy
roadways and the streetcar tracks
will be a curb, level with the roadway, Valley, who died in St. Vincent’s hos
making it possible to cross the street pital after nine weeks confinement,
car tracks at any place.
Between waa buried from the church Monday
.’2nd street and 82nd street this plani morning. Interment was in St. Jos
will lie varied. Here there will be eph’s Catholic cemetery. She leaves
but an 18-foot hard-surfaced road- to mourn her a husband and a sis
way. Tb* municipal paving plant al-
*"• Auclaire, recently of Happy
ready has been awarded the contract Valley. To them our sympathy goes
for this part of the work, to cost 1 ouL
Mrs. Darcy, formerly of Eugene, is
$7,806.60, and good weather alone is
the remaining necessity to start the recovering from serious illness at her
daughter’s home on 83rd street.
Al Beland, our right hand man,
spent a few days in bed with la-
THOUSANDS OF COUPLES
grtppe, and his younger brother, Mat,
MAY h U i in i : n I sited
IN CANADA UNLAWFULLY
We are glad to see so many fam
released from quarantine, as we
9956 55th Avenue S. E.
missed many faces for weeks.
Montreal—(By N. C. W. C.)—Dis
Feb. 4, 1922.
—J. P. O. Flynn.
covery that thousands of couples Editor, The ML ffcott Herald:
have been married by clergymen who
1 uur article in today's Herald is
LENTS BAPTIST CHURCH
were not British subjects, ns the law one of the moat beautiful and truth-
of 1829 required, has led to the ques ful that I have ever read in any
tion of the legal validity of these nvwspapcr or magazine. “The Heart
Bentley, state evangelist,
marriages. The number of these le of a Child” appealed to me, when I closed the special meeting Thursday
gally questionable marriages in the thought of all of the hundreds of night, The meeting has been a very
last 100 years is problematical, but dear little earthly angels, in public successful one.
About 60 persons
it is believed to be considerable. homes, hungering for someone to love have confessed Christ as a personal
Many persons have died without once and caress them, for we all realize Savior and about 40 have united with
suspecting that there was any legal that while they get the necessary at the church. A large percentage of
flaw in their nuptial contracts.
tention for their little bodies, those those uniting with the church have
The test of the old law came when in charge do not have the time (as been adults, and most of these adults
Rev. Sydney B. Snow, formerly of much m they would like to do so) to are the heads of families.
Boston, and now pastor of the Uni hug and kiss those poor cast-off bun Bentley will begin a campaign with
tarian Church in Montreal, applied dles of “little hearts,” who are starv the Baptist church at I^banon next
for a register for the pn-sent year. ing for love, mother’s love.
These registers are used as means of
Sunday school next Sunday at 9:45.
I lost by death a dear little girl
gathering statistics respecting mar in my early married life, a twin to Good music and classes for all ages.
riages, births and deaths. As Rev. a son, still living—and yet feel her Preaching service at eleven, Paa-
Mr. Snow is an American and not n Iocs, and my heart almost stope with tor’s theme, "Obedient to the Hesv-
British subject the question of his anguish when I allow myself to enly Vision.”
right to perform marriages was think about her.
Junior rally at three.
raised by an official who investigated
Young people’s meeting at 6:30.
If I were not so far over the hill,
the law and found the old statute.
and so near the base, I would surely This will be a welcome meeting for
It is announced that ths Quebec take one or more “little hearta" from new members, and the president and
psrliament will remedy the situation one of the “homes,' »» to love the bal- cabinet want every member present.
by adopting legislation at its pres ance of my life, as I love all small
Baptizing at the beginning of the
service. Song service, 7:30 to 8. Pas
Allow me to say that the Herald tor’s subject, "I Am Not Ashamed of
seems to grow i more interesting the Gospel."
New Books at Lente Library
Mrs. Estella Mathews Ironspiker*s
with each issue.
class of piano pupils will give a ro-
ADAH L. CONINE.
citai in the Baptist church Friday
New books added to Juvenile col
evening, February 17. This will be
Veteran Given Military Funeral
lection at Lenta branch library are:
free but an offering will be taken to
Sue Orcutt (Vaile); Tommy Tink
meet the expense of advertising and
er’s Book (Blaisdell); Old World
The funeral of William L. Garner, light and fuel. All other proceeds
Wonder Stories (edited by O’Shea);
Northern Diamonds (Pollock); Tink- 26. waa held thia week from Rigdon’s will be donated to the church. There
(Trow- undertaking parlors with interment will be nearly 40 children in this re-
bridgs); Black Arrow (Stevenson); in City View cemetery. Mr. Gamer cital, with solos, duets and trioe.
German Household Tales (Grimm); was a corporal in the late war and
As the Goose Files (Pyle); Book of hia body waa paid the honor of a mil
Arato — Repairing rosi-
Nursery Rhymes (edited by Welsh);
Through the Farmyard Gate (Pouls- Salem but lived in l«nts for ten dence, 5131 E. 52nd, builder same.
son); and for the adult collection, years prior to the time of hie enlist $500.
Jones Muckel — Erecting ■tore,
ment in the service of his country.
Outline of History (H. G. Wells).
Ho is survived by a father and 6435 Foster Road, builder H. W.
mother, two brothers and one sister. Werth. $8000.
Patronize our advertisers.
In two public improvements the
city of Portland plans to expend over
8I.OUO,000 in the ML Scott district
this spring and summer.
The estimated cost of the Foster
Road extension and improvement is
$214,026. The estimated cost of the
proposed Lents trunk sewer Is $800,.
4)00. Both projects are well along to-
wards final settlement.
Plans for the Footer Road eaten*
sion and improvement, from 50th ami
Powell Valley Road to K2nd and Fos-
ter Road are now going through the
20-day period of appeal. When this
time expires next week, if no per
son has appeared before a court to
try to stop the improvement! then
the city council will ask for bids,
Thereafter about six weeks must
«lapse, for the advertising for bid*
and the month's period for remon
strance, and then lotting of the con
tracts will take place. This would
mean, that in the ordinary course of
«vents the contract would be let
some time in April.
Sewer Borings Completed
Borings along the proposed route
*rf the lent« trunk sewer have been
completed and the plana will be filed,
bide advertised for, the remonstrance
period obeerved and the contract
granted within the next two months.
Contractor» will be permitted to bid
on two routes for the sewer; one to
follow the bed of Johnson Creek to
the Willamette river and the other
to follow the creek bed to Harney
avenue and then tunnel to the river.
A. G. Johnson, assistant to Commis
sioner Barbur, stated to the Herald
this week that the route would prob
ably follow that one which the con
tractors could do most economically.
A meeting of the property owners
front outside the city limits but adja
cent to the proposed l^nta trunk
sewer has been called for February
17 in the city hall. At thia time the
matter of the site of the proposed
sewer will be definitely settled.
To Decide Site of Sewer
Mr. Johnson stated that one of two
plana would be followed, decision to
be made upon the completion of the
property owners’ meeting. Either the
sewer will be made large enough to
allow drainage for thia district out
side the city and the property owners
will agree to pay assessments for
the sewer, or, the property owners’
refusal to agree to pay assessments
will mean the sewer will be made
smaller and the district will not be
allowed to connect at any time with
I MT «COTT CACHE
HOLDS MUCH LOOT
Income lax Return Must
Be Filed Betöre March 15
Ideatificat.on of about $5000 worth
AT M E E T I N i) W EDN END A Y of hardware and delicate instruments
COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO
taken from the attic occupied by
LOOK AFTER DISTRICT’S
Warner Gerrick in his father-in-
PERTINENT INFORMATION ISSUED BY COLLECTOR FOR OREGON
law’s house, 3531 65th street last
FOR ALL WHO ARE SUBJECT TO LAW
Saturday morning, began Saturday
afternoon when business houses
Taxpayers who filed income tax that sum yielded him a cent of pro
At a meeting Wednesday night in which had suffered from rc<-ent bur,
Tillman's restaurant an organization glaries sent representatives to the returns last year need not write for fit. To illustrate: A received from
of Ixsnts business men was effected, sheriff’s office to inspect the arti blanks for making their returns this his business and other sources $5000
year. The necessary blanks for mak during the year 1921, but his deduc
to look after Lenta police protection cle« recovered.
ing 1921 returns will be mailed by tible expenses for the year aggre
as an immediate necessity. It was
Gerick was in the county jail on a
G. Huntley, collector of inter gated $4500. His net income being
decided to hire C. N. Anderson as a blanket burglary charge. Two truck
special policeman, his salary to be loads of instruments, bicycles, rifles, nal revenue, to every person who less than $1000, A would not have
paid by assessment upon 1-ent* busi cloth and the like were taken from filed last year, as soon as these to pay an income tax.. However, he
blanks are received from Washing is required under the law to file an
the attic. By evening the Chanslor
income tax return if his gross in
At the same time it was the em ir Lyon company had identified $800 ton, probably early in February.
was $5000, or more, regardless
phatic expression of many present worth of motor drills and accessories
Every individual who had a net in of whether or not he realizes any
that I^nts, though in the city of as stolen from them Ne- • Year’s day.
Portland and the citizens of which Other articles were discovered to come of $1000 or more during 1921, profit.
are taxed for fire and police protec have come from the Archer & Wig if single, or if married and not liv
The new income tax law allows the
tion, has not received this protection gins company, Park and Couch ing with husband or wife, must file
and must now, after nine years in streets, which was robbed January
son, or married person not living
the city, revert to its independent 22 nd.
with husband or wife, $1000; head of
stfctus of nine years ago and hire ita
a family, or married person living
own protection, It was pointed out
Identification was hindered by the
$1000 or more during the year 1921 with husband or wife, $2500, unless
that nine years ago a volunteer fire | removal of numbers
_______ on different _ ar-
the net income is in excess of $5000,
department was stationed within tho I ticles and the placing of other num you are required to file an income
tax return. Failure to do so makes in which case the exemption is only
That volunteer fl»* bars.
town of Lents,
the delinquent taxpayer liable to $2000; for each dependent under the
department provided protection on
When Mrs. Gerick, young and good
age of 18, $460.
the ground while now the nearest looking, was taken into the attic by heavy penalties. This also applies
fire station of the efty of Portland Deputy Sheriffs Christoflerson and to single persons claiming exemp
tion as head of a family.
The 1921 income tax law requires
is some miles away.
Schirmer, who made the rrid, she
that a single person claiming ex
Committee Appointed to Study
looked at the loot casually and said
Although the new income tax law emption as the head of a family
■>he was sure her husband hadn’t
At the outset of the meeting Wed- ,t0]en
He always told her when increases from $2000 to $2500 the must file a return if hia net income
nesday night, F. R. Peterson was he brought anything in t th
___ rT" exemPtion of a married person whose is $1000, or more, notwithstanding
B , * net income for 1921 aggregated $2,- the fact that as head of a family,
elected chairman and Dr. C. S. Ogs- bought it and paid for ¡L she
e 000 and did not exceed $5000, every he is entitled to an exemption of $2,-
bury, secretary. In quick succession ■ dared.
married person must file an income 500, as well as $400 for each de-
motions were passed that it was the
Arrested Once Before
tax return if hia net income was only pendent under 18 years of age.
consensus of opinion that Lents
Gerick, in jail, wouldn’t
wanted police protection and that whether or not he was a burglar by $2000. If the net income of a mar
Every married person, living with
Special Policeman Anderson was sat- professibn.
He has a record ried person last year was in excess
isfactory but that an organization having been arrested in the Meier * of $5000, he is allowed an exemption husband or wife, in order to claim
of only $2000.
the exemption of $2500 and $400 for
was needed which would superintend Frank store, May 13,1919, for shop-
each dependent minor allowed In the
his activities, give him orders, and lifting. At that time considerable
Every head of a family who had 1921 income tax law, must make a
see that he was paid for his work A stolen property was discovered in his
a net income of $1000, or more, dur return although his actual net in
committee was appointed by the | home.
chairman and secretary, upon autho-
Gerick then had the name of “W. ing 1921 must file a return, although come for 1921 may have been only
rization from the meeting, consisting W. Gierke.” He was bound over he is entitled to the same exemption $2000.
of F. R. Peterson, Dr. C. S. Ogsbury, to the grand jury and when he came of $2500 allowed married persons,
“Don’t forget to distinguish be
Roy Davis, Elmer Morterud, and Ben before Circuit Judge Gatens sentence providing his net income does not ex
ceed $5000. The head of a family tween net and gross income in mak
study the needs
of Lents in I was postponed indefinitely.
police and fire protection, take what
Gerick was in the basement when under the law is defined as a per ing out 1921 income tax returns,” ad
action was deemed necessary, call an- the deputies appeared and demand son who supports in one household vises Clyde G. Huntley, collector of
other meeting of the I^nts business ed that they be taken to the attic. one or more relatives by blood, mar internal revenue. “Every taxpayer
who had a net income of $2000 or a
men, and classify and solicit Lents Gerick led them upstairs unwillingly, riage, or adoption.
gross income of $5000, regardless of
ms houses for the support nec- where they found a combination ar
A new feature of the income tax the net income, must file a return.
essary to have police protection con- senal and hardware store.
Besides his wife Gerick has two law requires that every person who This is very important and the tax
had a gross income of $3000, or more, payer must govern himself accord
Thank Mr. Tillman
A motion was carried unanimously,
Gerick has confessed to six of the for the year 1921, must file a re ingly or he will be liable to heavy
thanking Mr. Tillman for the u«o of ( robberies. The confessions were not turn, regardless of whether or not penalties.
his restaurant as a meeting place. I forthcoming until the loot was identi-
Good suggestions came from Mr. fled and traced to specific robberies.
CHAS. E. KENNEDY DEAD
GRAND MASQUERADE DANCE
Wing, and it was discovered that he
“I wa8 out of work and had to
Fairview Hall, Saturday nighL
was the only man in the place who make a living for my wife and chil- Pioneer ML Scott Real Estate Man
was satisfying the inner man while (<lren,” was the excuse of Gerick.
Passes Wednesday Morning
free. Prize waltz.
getting his ideas to present to the
Three cameras were shop-lifted
gathering. It caused the comment from olds, Wortman 4 King, two
Chas. E. Kennedy, 41 years, pio-j
INCOME TAX RETURNS
that perhaps it would be well fori from Meier & Frank company, ad- neer Mt. Scott real estate man, died
the next meeting to take the form of mitted Gerick. Valuable motors and I Wednesday 'morning at 7:45 o’clock!
Clyde G. Huntley, collector of in
a luncheon, dinner, or some sort of electrical and automobile accessories jin his new home, 6219 92nd street.
This idea struck several ¡were taken from Chanslor & Lyon, Mr. Kennedy had been sick for a ternal revenue, calls the attention of
present as one in which continued in- Wiggins & Co. and the Portland long time and but recently was taken Oregon taxpayers to the fact that
tersst would be had in the organiza- Machinery company, he conceded. The to the hospital for the third time and I without any exception the following
persons must file income tax returns
tion started Wednesday nighL
bicycles were mostly from the shop later sent home again.
for the year 1921 not later than
Lenta Needs Many Things
of C. A. Norwood, 5907 Foster Road.
Mr. Kennedy has been in the real j March 15:
There are many things Lents as a
estate business in Lents for about
Every single person who had a net
To Speak at Jeanne D’Arc
part of the city of Portland has a
12 years and prior to that time was] I income of $1,000 or more.
right to demand from Portland's city
Dr. Philip Parsons, professor of in the same business in Arleta. He
Every married person who had a
council, Among them are adequate sociology of the University of Ore is survived by his widow, Mrs. Pearl
net income of $2000 or more.
police and fire protection, street gon will deliver a lecture at the Kennedy; a daughter, Vivian Ken
Every head of a family who had
lights, water mains, improved streets, Jeanne D’Arc, February 15, at 7:45 nedy of Union, Oregon; two brothers,
a net income of $1000 or more.
justice in assessments (the matter of p. m. His subject will be “Group Elmer and James K. of Medical
The exemption for a single person
cesspools and sewers was in the Consciousness.” The committee in Springs, Oregon, and Mrs. J. H.
is $1000; for a married person $2500,
minds of several), and other things. charge is most anxious that there will Klineman of Hillsboro, a sister.
if his income does not exceed $5000.
These were statements made by those be a good attendance.
The funerol was held Friday at two If the net income of a married per
Dr. Parsons is a most interesting from the A. D. Kenworthy chaipel
son exceeds $5000, he is allowed an
Chief Jenkins Will Cooperate
speaker and all who can possibly at with the Rev. E. H. Emith officiat
exemption of only $2000.
Dr. Ogsbury reported that Chief of tend should do so. The public is in ing. The Oddfellows had charge of
The exemption allowed for depend
Police Jenkins had stated that the vited.
the chapel funeral service and the ents under 18 years of age has been
Portland station would receive hour
Masonic lodge, at the graveside. The increased from $200 to $400, but ■
ly reports from the Lents special pa
pallbearers were: Dr. P. J. O’Don return must be made in order for
trolman, receive calls and direct his MAY—At 3909 69th street, Febru- nell, Mr. Hamilton, Chas. Johnson,
the taxpayer to claim credit for the
ary 1, Mary Elizabeth May, aged H. A. White, Arnold Eggiman, and
attention to them when Patrolman
exemption. In other words, a return
Anderson reported in. These reports
83 yrs., mother of Mrs. Ida Eberle Dr. A. C. Lundberg.
must be filed, although the taxpayer
of San Francisco, Mrs. Clara Clain,
would be available for the I*ents or
may not be liable to the payment of
Frank, Clyde, Charles and Harry
ganisation’s officers, in order that a
Vandal Tears Up Hedge
a tax after claiming the exemption*
May, all of this city, and the late
proper supervision of the patrolman
Some vandal finds It to his pleas to which he is entitled under the
Capt. Fred B. May. Private fu
might be had.
ure to tear up a portion of the i law.
neral s«rvices were conducted
DON’T FORGET! March 15 is the
hedge surrounding the A. Gandens-
Has Wonderful Playhouse
Interment waa at
bergen residence at 5603 94th street. . final day for filing returns. Tax-
It is a child’s home, A. Winkler’s
Lone Fir cemetery.
The hedge, which is 13 years old, is i payers who fail to file by that time
at 5338 92nd streeL One realizes VARLEY —Mary Elizabeth Varley,
the pride of the Gandensbergens, , will be liable to heavy penalties.
6110 63d, January 29, 86 years, en
that as soon as the threshold ia
father and son, and they keenly re
croesed. The first object is a large
grot the desire on someone’s part to
playhouse in the center of the first BLANCHETTE—In this city, Feb
destroy portions of it.
God Be With You All the Year
ruary 2, Olive Blanchette, aged 56
room. The house, surrounded by a
miniature lawn with playing foun
tain supplied with water from a tank
in the back yard, is electrically light
ed by a battery installed in the base
ment. There is a kitchen with stove
and doll-cook tending the dinner, bed
room with some late riser still re
clining, living room with occupants,
dining room with table set, and at
tic, stored with knicknacks even as
in your house and mine. There are
shrubs on the lawn and animals about
In the living room of the Winkler
home there are more playthings for
the Winkler girl and her many child
hood friends. Truly, Mr. and Mrs.
Winkler have arranged a paradise
garden for the children of the neigh
years, beloved wife of Omer Blan
chette. Funeral was held Feb. 6.
and Mrs. H. W. Oli-
Interment St. Joseph's cemetery.
ver, 3228 E. 62nd, January ». a
Clatskanie Chief Changes Hands
Earle Richardson has resigned
from the local news staff of the Ore
gonian and will leave Portland to be LINDNER-BOZLEY—John Lindner,
legal, 488 East Pine street, and
come local editor and publisher of
Katie Bozle.v, legal, 7220 East
the Clatskanie Chief, a weekly news
84th street S. E.
paper. which he has purchased in
partnei-ship with Arthur Steele, for
2ND FRIENDS CHURCH
merly of the Lewiston Tribune of
Evangelistic services began Thurs
Idaho. The Clatskanie Chief was
formerly the property of S. F. Scib- day evening, February 9, and will
ird and Mrs. M. G. Hyde, who edited continue
the ML Scott Herald at one time. Calvin R. Choate of Entiat, Wash.,
The ill-health of Mrs. Hyde was will be in charge. Rev. Choate holds
partly responsible for the sale of the strictly to the old-time gospel, and
gets results. Hear him!
paper by these owners.
God be with you in the springtime,
When the violets unfold,
And the buttercups and cowslips
Fill the fields with yellow gold.
In the time of apple blossoms
When the happy bluebirds sing.
Filling all the world with gladness—
God be with you in the spring.
God be with you in the summer,
When the sweet June roses blow,
When the bobolinks are laughing,
And the brooks with music flow,
When the fields are white with
And the days are glad and long,
God be with you in the summer.
Filling all your world with song.