The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, July 15, 1955, Page 6, Image 6

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OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoop!
I WOULDN'T!
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tables, But
THEY ALL
WALTZ IN
HERE
LIKE
KlNS
What to look for
. when you buy
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1 kip of vours is I
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Wltt(l-lVl"','U'-' 'tluams OF l5 ARE-NT IfesT Msmlk r WSSiYih, l' " model o( or, the Howard
iv1'1 THE COST OF EDUCATION 7 . . . . MIND READERS' f M ,.,llWf? I Zink coyer il rn.de to fil perfectly,
I 1 r rijtht from the start.
' Captain Easy
" I STILL CAN'T GET 1 1 THE NEW WicKEE " FINE. AWYWAY, EBn 11 MeXEE WILL FIWE. IM CONFfPENfl I I fc) --.
' ' OVER (AR.TALTON TEST DIRECTOR WILL WE KklOW NOW START WORK THE "NORTH WAR V AaT4-
7 WELL, THAT SHOULD - 6ELLIWS U OUTl AKRIvE TOWOKROrV Tiy NOTHING WAS 4i'J r I ON M0PEL5 TO 1 WILL MAKE ONE OP IX1 1,-4 r. '
ROUNP UP THE EWTIRB H HE'S LONG ON ENSI- TAKE HI PLACE. V MECHMJICAU.V "jp ZJZJlA KEPlACEWj OUR 8E6T MI6SILESI ! , .AkZLJ"fi '4r 7
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' lrvS-Sj 25EffiCTVn Bend Garage
KJirA JrriSP i lvWii l ylBtlrtf I Company Inc.
'EyjrO J '. 708 Wall SI. Ph. 193
Boot. & Her Buddies 3 . $8
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taimanrtaiii-T, 1, WR. iiOKK, ItftiS r, WftK I PVfe.liR'. MR.iOWo? Aj(iAj' I i &yf ((n)
fj CM -WW WVAT P, M mi,MAXtWaW,WrR MfW l -1J J VVVW. j ' l W ,
V -ISSSZrl trZrUM r WW VlfM jT I KJ Saturdays at 9:30
... - . - .1
Strike-Bound
Company Ripped
By Explosions
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (L'P)-Twc
explosions ripped through a large
strikebound dairy plant near here
early Thursday, and company offi
cials prevented a third by remov
rig 21 sticks of dynamite from a
loiler.
The first explosion rocked th?
Terry dairy plant shortly after 2
a.m., and the second at 5:15 a.m
The two blasts did an estimated
$150,000 damage.
Dynamite had been placed in i
large carton-filling machine in th-:
pasteurizing room and in two boil
ei-s. The first blast hit the carton
machine and nightwatchman J. W,
Bierman who was making his
rounds was struck by flying glass.
He received minor cuts.
The fuses on the dynamite in the
two boilers had not been lighted,
hut one bundle of the explosive was
ignited when a boiler was turned
on. Inspectors then found the sec
ond bundle of 21 sticks in another
boiler and a demolition expert re
moved it.
The plant had been operating
with non-union labor since the
strike by a teamsters union started
last March 30.
6 The Bend Bulletin, Friday. July 15, 1955
SWEETIE PIE by Natflne Selfxof
SCHOOL PROBLEM
MTI.WATTKKK (UP) The school
hn n tvl htiva u'nntc In ha r VOU n?
sters from school that Is it wants
to keep four-year-olds out of kin
rlprenrten until thev are five be
cause of lack of space.
Vie Flint
IF HE WA5 FISHIMG AT THE AAILL
POM?, IT WAS FOR THE HARPER
PEARL, BECAUSE HlSSTRlNOEC
OF H5H WAS PURCHASED AT
A KJEAEpV ROAD STAMP
NOW every Saturday morning
merry moment! of the famed
"Breakfast Club" bright week
end listening starring DON
McNEILL, with Betty Johnson,
Dick Noel, Fran 'Aunt Fanny'
Allison and Sam Cowling.
1240
Breakfast Club
.Review
VoiCD Of
I Central Oregon
-ICBND-
Klloeyclef
l?l!i'eJlb-MuJMi!tJ'4 Bfpfliwiiina System.
10:30 Fiwhion Trends
10:36 It's A Wooun's World
10:40 Nbwi
10:45 Tun Time
11:00 Tune Time
11:15 Tuns Tims
It :3l Panorama Time
12:00 Noontime Melodies
12:10 Today's Classified
12:15 Sports Review
12 :20 Noontime Melodies
12 :30 News
12 :4B Fnrmpni Hour
1 :'00 Kedmond Digset
1 : IE Realty News
1 :20 Redmond Digest
2 :00 Northwest News
2 :05 RsturdaB Star
2:10 Central Oregon News
2:16 Major League Haaeball
4 :00 Echoes of the Gay 0's
4:15 Krsnk Heminuway
4 : SO Sam Coon
4 : 40 Song; of the Day
4 ;45 Wayne Morse
6:l)l Br.b Kheriy Show
6 :30 Sirt. Preston
6:00 Meet the Artist
' 6:16 Muste Cout to Coast
:30 Rhythm KhRnriodittt
6:65 Sirclal Security
7:00 The Ray Rloch Show
7il6 Waltt Time
7:80 Island Serenade
7:46 Remember When
7 :60 March Time
8:00 Heti.1-C.xiui lie Baseball
10:00 Dance Time
11:00 Sin Off
T. M. - U. S. Pt Off.
r., ms do NEA Sitrft. Inf.
"We're having a costume party Pm going as Shultz,
and he's going as me!'1
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The Bend Bulletin (Weekly) 1903-131.
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By Carrier
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Entate of Elmer Haloh Hensley. De
ceased.
In the Countv Court of the State of
Oreiion for Deschutes County.
NUTlUH IS nbKr.ni tijvcN, mat
ie undersigned. Administrator of the
estate of Elmer Ralph Hensley, deceased,
hns filed his final account in the above
entitled court, and that Monday, July
2f.Lh. Wi6, at 2 o'clock p.m. In the Court
Room of the above entitled court has been
nimiintl hv the court as tha time and
place tor the hearing oi oiijectionn tnere-
to, it any, and the settlement tnereoi.
Dated aim first pubhslieU June 4tn,
llir,5.
Date of last Duhllcatlon, July 16th.
1856.
Philip D. Hensley
Administrator of said Estate
DeArmnnd, (Goodrich, Foley & Gray
Attorneys for said Estate
I 11-1 I-15I-1B(-V.
Court Activity
In Crook Listed
Spechil to The Bulletin
PRINKVILLE Court activities
in Crook county showed routine
procedure in the past week. In
county court, Patrick McCabe was
appointed to administer the estate
of James McCabe. Circuit court
listed four suits for collection of
records of Silas Taylor, justice of
records of silas Taylor, justice of
peace, showed 10 fines for over
load on trucks, one fine of $25
for violation of the basic rule and
one fine of $150 levied on Keither
Matheny for driving while under
the influence of intoxicating liquor.
Other justice court action includ
ed .a charge of assault brought
brought against Melvin Klaus bv
the state. His bail was set at
$500. Reckless driving brought a
charge against Howard Kelly who
was fined $25 and costs. Several
otlier minor traffic violations weie
listed.
P-fii"" ' S5E Sfrftl? U I SOUVS SOT ANJ I- 5INCE DEATH HAS ELIM- I
Li 7 HARPER...ANJP EASILY A TOtD-VQU-O XIM& fNJATEP AL I STAIR RAVMONP
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II jiiiu. IT!. - - I ,iOI F1" Notebook
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7 VOU SUGSESTINQ THAT 4 ATTORNEY. BUT ABOUT SOME J LOVE EACH OTHER SO r!jOj!iwiDW,HETOUGSV 8:3l'"l'ort io uS.
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cial Notices, etc-.
AUTUMUTIVB 20 to 8G
Autos Wanted and For Sale, Accessor
ies, Body Work. Service Stations, ttc.
BUSINESS SERVICES 40 to 70
Appliances. Building. Carpentry. Electri
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FINANCIAL 60 to 98
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INSTRUCTION 100 to 104
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LIVESTOCK A PFTft lift no
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RENTAIS H0 to ICS
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REAL ESTATE 170 to 188
Houses, Farm and Ranches, Lots A
Acreages for Sale, etc.
I Lost and Found
LOST: Small ladies wrist watch near
swimming pool. If found, call E16-R.
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LEYS NEW A USED FURNITURE,
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