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Tha Bend Bulletin, Monday, May 13, 1963
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POOL READIED FOR OPENING Opening of the Bend ing tha big pool and readying adjacent buildings. Man are
iwimming pool at Juniper Park haj' been let for Tuesday, Juna pictured at work at tha deep and of the pool, which came
4, it wai announced from the recreation department today, through tha winter in fine lhape.
For tome time now, crewi have been busy cleaning and paint-
BUENOS AIRES (UPI) - Ar
gentina President Jose Maria
Guido today sought replacements
for his entire cabinet which re
signed over the weekend in a new
crisis threatening to upset Uie
coming national elections.
The crisis stemmed from de
mands last Thursday by Interior
Minister Gen. Enrique Raucli for
a purge of "corruption" and
"neutralism" from Guido's gov--ernment
prior lo the scheduled
July 7 elections. Ranch's de
mands were contained in a report
in which he warned against Com
munist and Peronist influences.
The entire cabinet, including
Ranch, resigned Sunday following
a series of around-the-clock con
ferences by military and civilian
officials on the demands. Rauch
said he was quitting "to facilitate
the rebuilding of the cabinet."
It was not immediately clear
which faction had gained the up
per hand in the latest round of
Argentina's continuing political
struggle involving dissension
within the military over the in
fluence of ex-dictator Juan Pcron.
Peron has been living in exile
in Spain since he was ousted by
the military in 1955, but he has
retained wide-spread influence
among Uie Argentines. His Peron
ist followers, who constitute one
of the biggest political elements
in the coimlry, have been trying
for a comeback in the face of
strong opposition by military
Gen. Juan Carlos Ongania,
army commander in chief and
one of the key figures in the cur
rent power setup, visited Guido
Sunday night. Afterward he told
newsmen the elections would pro
ceed on schedule and that he was
"optimistic" that the ministerial
crisis would be resolved quickly.
gets 'do pass'
SALEM tTI A bill to re
strict the ability of insurance
companies to cancel or refuse to
renew accident and sickness in
surance policies was given a do
pass recommendation last week by
the House Planning and Develop
The committee also voted down
an attempt to kill Uie Senate-approved
truth in lending bill. Rep.
Ken Maher, R-Portland, attempt
ed to get the bill tabled, but other
committee members opposed him.
The insurance measure is aimed
at health and accident companies
who cancel policies as soon as a
claim Is filed.
Sen. Don Willner. D-Portland.
sponsor of the truth in lending
measure, asked Uie House com
mittee lo reinstate the provision
requiring a declaration ot me irue
annual rate of interest, in addi
tion to the dollar amount of carry
ing charges. ,
This part of Willner s bill was
dropped on the Senate side when
the upper House substituted the
recently-passed Washington Slate
consumer protection law in place
of WiUner s proposal.
Willner said he was willing to
compromise with other provisions
of the Senate - approved meas
ure Th committee took no action
on the measure at Friday's meeting.
They'd do more good by shooting
at vote-buying U.S. politicians
By Lyl. C. Wilson
UPI Staff Wrlttr
The preachers and other good
folk who are trying to shoot down
the New Hampshire horse track
state lottery would contribute
more to the general welfare if
they would start shooting at the
politicians who buy votes with the
voters' own money.
This vote buying gimmick Is the
greatest political shell game of all
time. It began lo develop in a big
way during the deficit spending
days of FDR's several administra
tions. It became a way of life
under FDR's successors, Republi
can and Democratic.
It is the misfortune of the U.S.
taxpayer 'that he i defenseless
against the big spenders. The Re
publicans are about as bad as
the Democrats in their careless
attitude toward Uie U.S. taxpayer
and, more especially, toward the
taxpayer's dollar, which has been
rotting away at great rate in re
cent years. The dollar will buy
today less than half of its pur
chasing power of loss than 25
Thn nnlitiral biff snenders have i voters are suckers for Uie
brought that about by their irre
sponsible piling of one huge an
nual treasury deficit on another.
Sober citizens, who would as soon
buy stock in a perpetual motion
machine as to expose their fam
ilies to Uie hazards of a lifetime
of living beyond the family means,
do, nevertheless, applaud Uie
treasury's lifetime of living on
The sober citizens are, in fact,
slightly goony. They have been
entrapped by the politicians into
believing that there is such a
thing as free lunch; Uiat when a
bill is paid by money taken from
the U.S. treasury in Washington,
D C, the thing paid for is, in fact,
free. The blousiest drunk who ever
squandered his nickel for a schoo
ner of beer and Uicn tore into the
saloon's free lunch never was so
far gone that ho did not realize
that someone had lo pay for that
It was paid for. of course, by
saloon patrons with a lot more
than a nickel to spend and a
Uiirst that went far beyond a
schooner. These better heeled and
Uiirsty citizens were Uie saloon
patsies. They paid the lab for the
free lunch. So it is with 15 of
the richer, more developed states
which are picking up most of the
tab for federal handouts to other
The Taking States
These 15 states are: New Jer
sey, Delaware, Connecticut, Indi
ana, New York, Illinois, Michigan,
Maryland, Pennsylvania, Wiscon
sin, Massachusetts, Florida, Cali
fornia, Ohio and Virginia. For
every dollar these states received
in handouts from the federal
treasury they contributed to the
treasury (as of a 1959 calcula
Uon) amounts ranging from $247
by New Jersey to $1.10 by Vir
ginia. Delaware broke even, con
tributing $1 to the treasury for
each $1 of federal funds allotted
to that state.
The aided states, comprising all
of tho others, contribute less than
91' or each "$1 received from the
treasury. The range is from $0.97
by Nebraska to $0.20 by Alaska.
The election returns reveal the as
tonishing fact that among the 15
states which aid the others, the
voters seem not to be aware of
that situation. Most of these states
are committed by their voting
records to big-time federal spend-inc
I It has become a fact of political
life in the United States that Uie
lunch shell game. The Republicans
did a pretty good economy job in
U10 ROtli Congress (1946-471, lost
Uie 1948 presidential election and
have not done much about gov
ernment spending since. Not much
will be done in Uie future, cither,
unless the voters insist by kicking
some big spenders out of office.
2 new divorce
cases on file,
two are granted
Two new divorce cases were fil
ed last week in circuit court, and
two divorce decrees were granted.
Ora Ash filed for divorce from
Charles Ash, to whom she was
married June 3, 1955. in Bend.
She asks custody of the two chil
dren, support to be established by
the court, equity in real property
and household goods, proposing
that the defendant pay joint debts
and take an automobile.
James W. Gibson filed for di
vorce from Martha A. Gibson.
They were married Sept. 7. 1959,
in Stevenson, Wash., and have two
children. The plaintiff asks for his
personal effects and sporting
goods, and offers to give the de
fendant custody of the children.
$50 monthly support for each and
household goods, and to keep life
insurance in lorce.
Wilma Burgess. LaPine, was
given a divorce from Alva Bur
gess, Madras. They were mar
ried Feb. 12, 1941, in Reno, and
have two children, one a minor
girl liberated by marriage. Mrs.
Burgess received custody of the
other, and $75 monthly support.
Gary Lengelc, Lewiston, Idaho,
was given a divorce from Nova
June Lengelc, Wichita Falls, Tex.,
on a complaint of desertion. They
were married May 23, 1958. in
Texas, and have one child, In the
custody of Uie defendant.
For good bargains every day
shop The Bulletin classified way.
Special to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE The annua
spring luncheon for women of the
Prineville First Baptist Church,
sponsored by the Grace Mission
Circle, will be held Thursday,
May 16, at 1 p.m. in Uie fire
place room of the annex. A nomi
nal charge will be made for the
The 11 a.m. worship service
Sunday theme of the sermon will
be "Eve, MoUier of All Living,"
by the pastor, Rev. Stanton Ir
vine. During the Bible hour at 8
p.m. Sunday, U10 program will be
presented by Francis Sutton of the
American Sunday School Union.
Five separata summer camps
are listed at Uie church for youth
of the congregation, beginning
Influenza remains the promi
nent communicable disease In
Deschutes County last week, ac
cording lo the Tri-Counly Health
Reports from 80 per cent of
available medical sources listed
29 cases of the disease. OUier
communicables this week are one
hepititis, two pneumonia and one
Colorado Tick Fever.
Jefferson County, with 100 per
cent of sources calling in, listed
only one hepatitis case.
Crook County. 75 per cent re
porting, listed 110 diseases this
Here are the Hotpotnt Appli'
nces for which we furnish'
genuine Hotpolnt part and
fast, economical service.
COME IN OR PHONE
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REDMOND . . .
640 W. Evergreen
Bend Supply Co.
H & S Furniture
made by Foster
KLAMATH FALLS (LTD -Arcliia
Foster. 26. Salem, pleaded
innocent in Circuit Court last e-k
to a first degree murder charge.
Circuit Judge Donald Piper
schedjlcd Foster's trial to begin
Foster is charged with the fatal
shooting of Mrs. Richard Bliss.
37. Her body was found in a car
outside her home at Bcatty April
Foster is being held without bail
at Urn Klamath County jail.
WOMAN 'CHUTIST DIES
ZAGRF.B. Yugoslavia (LTI
Yugoslavia's, champion woman
parachutist was killed Saturday
when her chute failed to open
dunng a training jump.
Mdrira Banc. 21. had been a
parachute jumper for four years.
Ona of nriai el npnrta by thii nmpapa the Frist Advartldns Aanslatlea en the avtnUtw el prtat Bella,
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Don't you read before you buy?
Most people do.
Thev count on advertising in print to
them th information thev mint on products
that intret them information on features
. . . designs . . . and prices, for example.
People not only read ahout produrta and
rvires, they ihow adi to their familv and
fnendi: thev clip coupons for information
and Mmpltt: Ihey tear out adi to take along
when they go inoppinf.
When you add it all up, print advertising
the kind you read in the pages of this news
paper makes tense.
And becau it tneanuree up to the buvlng
habit of firit consumers, print makes sales.
Most people read and then buy. Don't youf
THE BEND BULLETIN, INC.
AM NOW Off N FOR I
COMMUNITY HEALTH ASSN. I
COMMUNITY HEALTH HAS OPENED THIS INTENSIVE ENROLLMENT
DRIVE IN YOUR AREA AND HAS OFFERED AS A PREMIUM AT NO EX
TRA COST TO YOU THIS SPECIAL CHARTER MEMBERSHIP. WHEN
THESE SPECIAL CHARTER MEMBERS ARE ENROLLED THIS OFFER
WILL BE WITHDRAWN THEN ONLY REGULAR MEMBERS (Member
ships having no Charter Participation Provision) WILL BE ACCEPTED. -
ACCIDENT-SICKNESS EXPENSE FOR
HOSPITAL BILLS-MEDICAL BILLS
SURGICAL BILLS-DOCTOR BILLS
Doctor calls at home, la the hoaplla.1. In the cltnle or In the doctor's etflee aygtcal and med
ical expenae In or out et the hospital. It Isn't necessary to go lo the heapltal to collect benefit.
Choose your oirn doctor or hoeplUI anywhere In the world. Benefit are neeer decreased be
cause of older ages. This eomprehenilre plan provides for many generous and ruled benefit.
It Is Impossible to describe them at length In an announcement of this type . . . that Is why wei
Imlle yon to be tha judge to eompar and then decide In tha privacy of your hen. AT
Renewal Tuea are reduced In accordance lnumach s you ate desUng directly wtth tka A
sedation through tha mall. !
NO SALESMAN WILL CALL
YOU PAY ONLY FOR PROTECTION NO COMMISSIONS, . J
ENROLLMENT OR "JOINING" FEES, ETC.
NO AGE LIMIT
f CtiMrea moV t. MtWeo" l hmi'fr WemoriB, ey farfueaa'
retti ens' retire HJLL SeaeMi eneer tee Meaibenal Cerflfiaete.)
Charter Memberships Are Valuable
CHECK THESE FACTS
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alck or hart and In need . . . and la liberal In claim payment AS PROMISED.
THAT IT HAS ... . paid a 15 dividend to qualified Charter Members each year taek
first day ef barfnM Bepwmeer. imp, rrooro uecemoer or ieoi
fcn.lneee In IMS HILL PAT A Z0 DIVIDEND In wh to Charter Member, whether
claims ar filed er not, thereby creating considerable earl ore to Charter Member
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THAT IT DOES PAT ... II eligible claims promptly many claim ar paid with M hear)
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Surlo Organization AS STATED.
On December 11, the Association had aet of eTer J6M.IHKI.M (current
S.M for each Sl.OO ef current liabilities).
This Is a direct Invitation U enroll, and It I difficult to glr all the details ef tha plan la
this announcement so look tha plan mr, It clearly and simply outline the esTcra, If act
completely satisfied, return It within 10 days and your fl to eo.er tha first month trill b
promptly returned . . ne (ueatlon asked!
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AND AMIWIIS TO OUSSTIOHS t AND 1)
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