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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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IIKRI.IN (Correspondence of the
Associated I'uw 1- Dolitod an
nouncement of America's pCnn Inst
IYrembor ti abolishing rr-trU'tim s
unon movement of en"mv allcti" In
t':e I'nlte.1 Sute.-i is m!ill'ie! prom
i: e'ltly In the morning n.ipor. The
delay Is understood to be duo tc the
fact that the tterm n government I as
oi'ly Just boon informed of the no
tion. While the news, ncro'dlni; So a
semi-official announcenion, new N
published to reassure relate cm nnd
friends of Germans In Ameriin, it
undoubtedly Is Intended 1 1 contain
vte to the ery general ienli;v; ami nu
the German people that th i l'n!ted
States Is treating the conquered en
emy as fairly and constdeiftclv .ts
possible. It also Is likely to Increase
thp realization een anions classes
of which Count Keventlov Is an ex
ponent that Germany must 'bly unon
the serices of America as an nJto
cate to obtiin what )1ip cons'dcrs
just and reasonable terms of uenio
and eventual restoration to a nln-a
in the f imlly of nations.
Germans of all classes ."onftnntlv
comment upon the courteous iin-i
considerate behavior of officerj and
soldiers of the American Army of
Occupation. Writing personal letters
and communications from the Anit el
can zone of occupation, they ne 'or
fail to emphasize this. Though dlaar--polnted
at tho delay In sending f jod
blatt, who has just visited Coblenz
granted, the American soldier or ex
ilian In "Germany everywhere is re
ceived as an honored gue.t. The hat
red and abuse which was vented iipo-i
Americans before America's entry In
to the war has been replaced uy an
almost officious, super-friendliness.
The correspondent of the Taso
hlatt who has just visited. Coblenz
and the American zone, comments on
the "rigorous discipline" imposed up
on American officers and soldiers to
obviate the possibility of annoyance
to women and to the civil population
and upon absence of chauvinism,
theatrical display of triumph or un
necessary Interference with the Ger
man civil authorities. '
The correspondent's chief criticism ,
of the Americans Is based upon the ,
strictness with which orders are en-
forced against the exchange of gifts,
food or cigarettes between Ameri
cans and Germans. He says that 23
of the C6 sentences Imposed upon
Germans by the American court in '
Coblenz in January were for "unauth
orized possession of American prop
erty1' arising from the enforcement
of this order He tells of the case of
one American officer who wa3 cash
iered "merely for putting his arm
around a waitress In a cafe."
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This simple mixture can be depended
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It's bo easy to use, too, You simply
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gray hair disappears; after another
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