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OUT OUR WAY
By J. R. William
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THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
By Wilson Scruggs
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' SPOKANE (UPII A Catholic
bishop from Oregon warned dele
gates to the Pacific Coast Inter
mountain Association of Fire
Chiefs convention here Wednes
day that "carelessness is more
deadly than all th bullets ever
The Most Reverend Francis P.
Leipzig, bishop from Baker, said
that carelessness caused 12.000
deaths by fire in this country
each year and that one third of
those killed were children under
ile told the visiting fire chiefs
that fire departments were recog
nized as a symbol of community
wide organization to promote and
encourage fire prevention.
The convention ends tonight.
DROSWY STAY AWAKER .
ORLANDO, Fla. HJPH Jim
Austin nearly fell asleep Wednes
day when he started his bid to
become the world's "stay-awake"
champion.' Attendants said he was
shll drowsy from the sleeping
tablets he'd taken the night before
In Indian Law
PORTLAND a'PI" The Inte
rior Department today announced
a change in federal regulations
which will permit the Bureau of
Indian Affairs to make loans to
withdrawing members of the
Klamath Indian tribe of Oregon
regardless of their degree of In
Under former rules, loans could
not be made to individuals of less
than a quarter degree Inlian
blood. The amendment of the reg
ulations was made possible as a
result of legislation recommended
by the Interior Department and
recently enacted by Congress. The
Indian Bureau has been making
loans to withdrawing Klamath
tribe members of one fourth or
more Indian blood since last Feb
ruary. Loans have been made without
interest and have been set off
against funds payable to the bor
rowers under the Klamath termi
, Observer, L. Grande, Ore., Fri., July 17, 1959 P9 6
so he could get off to a well
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TIME FOR CHOW Frank Poole gets himself a big
helping of all the good food available at the Farm Bu
reau picnic last Sunday at Cove Ascension grounds.
Poole was the guest of honor at the picnic attended by
over 300 persons. '
La Grande'Frait Company.
for 20 years
SAN FRANCISCO lUPIl'-Con-'
vict-author Caryl Chessman will
petition the California Supreme
Court for a re-hearing within the
next two weeks, according to at
torney Rosalie Asher.
Miss Asher. who visited Chess
man at ban yticnlin prison
Wednesday, said the convicted
kidnap-rapist was not optimistic
that a new appeal to the court
would succeed. However, she said
he planned to go back to the U.S.
Supremo Court if necessary.
'I think he lu a better than1
even chance in the U. S. Supreme
Court, she said.
The State Supreme Court af-'
firmed the two death sentences
against Chessman last week. Con
demned under California's "Little-
Lindbergh Law," Chessman has
spent 11 years in death row at
San Quentin. One of his principal
contentions is that the transcript
of his original trial was faulty.
Although not an attorney of rec
ord for Chessman. Miss Asher has
been associated with the case at
various times during the past 11
"There is no doubt in my mind
that certain very valid constitu
tional rights have been violated."
she said after Wednesday's two
hour visit. "I hope that ullimale
ly he will be saved."
NO HELP FOR HI-YO'S
HOLLYWOOD tlTH-The Lone
Hanger has Tonto to help him but
children competing in a contest to
fee who can yell "Hi Yo Silver"
the loudest have to do it all on
their own. The Lone Ranger TV
program said "no" to a mother
who inquired whether her twin
babies could accompany her 10-jcar-old
son to the contest be
cause "he can shout better with
babies crying in the background. '