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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1921)
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KLA.M.VIII 1'ALI.M. IIHM.ON, H,VrritlMV, MAY II, I IK; I
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mtnt It f tlror.biTk
I'rti'Bia n ot Diploma
V M Mwrritl
TBf u' of l5 rfii.Utu of an
ctj"" mi" I"' "I y""'i! '
irt mi if 'UiiK gi.nl Iriiivn ami
i,U-t 'hr nub gradn of inatrurtlun
K1CC ' '" "'" M"""1 rlmol
Tj, (. oi a.l.lrr.. of Ibr rf t
if " t ',n 'y " ' tlf'i,1"" k
c K i: -Mi KH wlHwn topic ml
t ii'ii' I rntn Hchool " It di.
.flojxj to Ibr cour" -l III" ad
eirti Hi "i1 prirnto .cbool, to
hi b r (.r waa mailc, coml.l.
cf t (fi book and an atti-nllrtt
'Uitr Mr (Iror.bitck urgnl tlm
r4mt t r"t book and I"'"'!"'
I cat ibi '" rlrar and um mull
cf 13. b trading I brradlh of mind
ud t i. an... Mr tlror.bwk rm-
1 trtllt'd chief rrnult Of good i
f trtdmt in a public way. thn
Ublithmro' of cominunlly bar-1
B?J)f Thr railir of Reed book..'
i mi) Mr t.rort-k liu. no tltilr for ,
piup ( "priklliR III of hi imtfli-l
tori "' I tntprtalnlliK pi'tty iiuaf-
; ifU ia ral uic ' Ho further
rolfilij -u' that brrath of mind
vllrb i-nri harmony poMlhln 1.
U fuuta'iun of true community
iitflofttirnl And furlhrr pollitnt
l oat lb' a ta.tn for good rraillnr
b a nfr i mr atant which ha many
itionii i -inpi'n.atloii "llowrvrr.
! ttmbm Urn Ik.mip you young pro
jlU 'an to it that It la rlran.
I utltarr trrn from atrlfo and frru
boa ih wtty pronal HiIiik.
I (tit r iq Hn olhrrwUn natlafactory
lilt Thi prf.rtirn of good book
jlJ thi h-ni will HiMinn and up-
jilt lt ro rn Btmoiphrrn " lie fur-
tier pt- r. i out that good reading
llbou' a. I u will rntnn to naught
tl uriciM thn clam to act upon
utrr r. .1 nnpulii. and motlvit in
'd air, ngthi'ii tho Inclination
10 H'tli pain in n public inoYiM
for pun . wrfr
The pKir'um wa i-'oci'd with nn
tJdr-a b t m Mnrrut, pntnldiMit
.tl Ibr ti .ol board, who rougl.itu
ltfl ib- oininunlly upon tlm fitm
"ttii- or tlm mir and upon tho of-llflfn-
n iruclioti willed tho HChool
ui i."..,,,i ltir HupoilulondiMil
I'clo.on Mr Morrltt annuiincod
jt ibi. l..,ard bad been forliin.ito
'cur ni; ,Mr I'i'ioraou'a aorvlitu
"f 'hi. ruining ynri .4n, ibn w,
f'"1 fallltlim and romiilotod
alHing tho r mlng your prom
'" Kri-at tbinga In nn udttcnllnnnl
r for Merrill Mr Morrltt tltPti
Jftttntcl n, aiplomaa In tho grml
" COmincnci'llliiliI itTnrrlan. turn
lr, bj pmctlrully tlm ontlr
'omuuniu tlm m bolng flllod to
MiioHinu nlth tho frlnnilN and
Ml-Mnhor. of thn gruiluntlng clous,
membora of which woro Urn ro-
Pletllli of llinnv li.iilllllrnl nnu.nll
Ik01"'"" "f ,,,,, '""'I" I" which
r arn huid Tho yonr which hnn
of tb Ut Mnrrl" hnH uco" ono
lorr . "U" H"cc,"",r,,l ' tlm hlH-
tiiin0,"K '":1,co, nni l" "' '"I"'
h0n l"rlt nvldoncod by Him
y iiplrlt of B0((l, wm nm, ,,,,.
otih" " f ,Uo '"'"'"""'y '
lion "' Ul h1Bl0t commondn-J
j.J.be ,c,l,' Motto wiih; "Tho
tin i fit or"or (,ono- ' '!
Ocm "' 0ur Own;" ClnH Colora:1
JIm i.""'1 ,,rwv'i UIhhh Klower: I
. . carnation! nin. i.n. u..-
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n. I. :. B """ ,l ..."
Ver. ,: ""ird. Cllndya N. Motskor.
lold, i m. Qlonn. I
Will Be Heard In
Henry Albcrs Case
IHlnl.1 UiuIMiiki,,!, Hum,,,,
W VHIIIM.ION Mv ,,
nmi. !!.. will I,. ,., I,, ,,, , , ,
In tln timiiniliiiit a iii'itiuti to .my
pro' im)hiK, Hiu , ju, wlt(l ,(,
lourt In h-half ol thi-haramorlallon
ThU Mo. ihn ri'Dult of n ronfnri'tKi.
""" " ""T mm mi. iiiuri to
day. fillnvltiBw.ti.rMl Ions ti.rKriuii,
from tlm bar n.iorUtnn
. ...... on in., .mri ot urn ii-
prmiiB ii.uri i. ukon to nman that
dm otrorta of tbi. Dronou liar ua.ixi
'III I till h linri' llm oil ft In ll... . m ( I U; I it w Ii. tl .... ....I....I .. !. Ilnv II Xtt.mt . n of ll.n
H. lit, mi,... or .iu,l( , ,n) uniforms for Hi. hull players In tho Klamath County Auto association, hlcli would mean war and In such
ii wli.ii ii... Ori-Kon llor ......riatioi, ry I'mkih-. tlm I.Ik opening Ramn of announces that a wlro has been ro- a WBf rranco toulj no,' roraan n6U
ill lmn Hi.... i.. mttk..!!.. .,M..rr.... l,l, wi will not Im pliiyod tumor- "lvd from tho manufacturers that ,rn, nccordlnK , tho ytPneu ofii!
Ill n inolloti In ri.coti.i,lr ..... ...... to-, lull will In. iiiikI ihi.k.,1 ti.r .... till, radiator omlilem. oriliirml an.nn . .' . .
atlon bavi. brrn aucrruttil and that Eon.
an i.pporlunlly will br gUeri tlm Inral Tomorrow tlm garni, will bo bo
aaaorlatlon to apMar iM.foro tho court twinin Cwiiuiiu and riumbarbii, and
and arxuo a motion to hatn tho court Jow.-I and t'opco Thn flrat gamo
tal-o ... ii,.. Altr. ra.oon Ii. nmrlt.
Ttm promlw. of the iurt do... not
nman It I. liplii'tid that tlm Albor.
ra.i. will I... rorlowod on Ilk mi-rlta
unlo.. lb., motion of ib bar lu.ori
alluii BM.rttiK a. amliu. rurUo It
- - -
Tin llUtll.PM UlO.I-lla t I.,, hold
llm r r. fular inortiriK lal nlrhl at
Urn I l.anilx r of i i.iiiiiii r. room A
rm.d niiptiujc wa. hold. oon
though tbo attondanro wa. not a.
Iarr a. tlm formor mootinr It ha.
1..-.,. .i..n.i,i ... ..,. ,.-vr......
drive a. tlm flrat .top and a row
WILL IKE DRIVE
mltt.i. ron.tallnit of Madgo l)Uon.!J"" "r'"or". Anuor.u... . ..
II. uljh Jam. and Oraro Karrand
waa appolnloii to form tho plana for
'Lot ln ham boon rocohod from
tho Htatn and National Kodoratlnn of
W mon . rlub. and Klamath Kail. In
urKod to .on it n doloKalo to tho .Into
utivi-ntlon to In. hold In Portland on
tune lOili Thla wa. thoiiKht to bo a
try Reed plan a. In thl. w.i tho
I a I "rcanlintlnn could got In touch
with other rlub. throughout tbo
tale und Ret a boltor lilo.i of tbo
.rk txtliiK done A doloRato will
, M.t.atil) bo tolortod lit thn Imit
A pot-luck dinner will bo hold on
May IT Ttm commttto.' In rhargo of
ttii lon.i.t of Marjorio Dolroll l.o
loiln JonnlnK Verdu Cotad and
Tho nmi mooting win bo bold nel
Kii.ln. at T 30 In tho t'hambor of
i onitnor.'i. rooms All tbo huslni.
and profo'slonnl women nn urged to
tlliTON M H Martial
i I-. to bo doclarod Imiuodlatol) on
tlm West Virginia and K.ntuik)
bin dor Ii) lb" President, mild Sena
tor Hutborliind. of Weal Virginia, nf
tor ii conference with the Pro-ildont
WILLIAMSON. W V.i . May 1 I -An
unconfirmed report this nftur
iiumii . d l litt t four men -wore killed
In tlm flglitliiK nt l.ymi. West Virgin-
ii i . Imillo In tlm mountains of
Ming.' I'oiint. West Virginia, nmi
I'ik.. .-011111). Kentucky, and I''K
tbo Tug Hlwr U a plrnse of tho Indus
trial struggle over th question us to
whether ll ahull Im "union" or the
open shop" lit coul mines I'nion ml.
imrs on u "lock out titrlko" recentl)
were evicted from homes owned by
tlm coil companies nnd uro now liv
ing In tout colonies
W UIIINCTON. Mil)' II - Secreta
. oi u.ir Weeks. Instruited Major
i,i no i.l Iteiid. raiuuiidiiiil of th '"tit
con i. .iron, to send tlm federal troops
mto M "go county, West Virginia. If
tl ,. r i ml deemed tho troops necos
,m i. quell tbo border dlslurbau-
i IAMS0N, WVht V.t. May H
iltlo In tlm mouutiiliiH which
o iliiya between tlm n)mpa
und tho opponents of tho
mo workout Firing is l
WILL DECLARE !
IPEN5 B 22
"i It bolng tin. expectation of
Winkle McDonald, who ha chargo
of tlm arratiKumonU, that tho nulla
will Im hum hy thai tlino Tho open-i
iriK prnernin ta ror a blr narado.
h.n.lid hy tho Klamath Kail band
,nnd participated In by all of u,0l"'"'m
iuajr.T in tun iinitorm It n nan-
n..d to tmiki, It tin. blggom haauball
ovi'iit over hold In auuthorn Oro
wl" Im call.d at 1 o'clock und tho
aocond at S IC. No admlaslon foo
w"l cbargi-d at tho. gate
' Much Inti-roat I being manifested
l tbo formation of thn city league
ur"l It I. the oxpoctallon that tbla
I roar will too a luollor Intoro.t In bao
ball than thorn ha boon for many
oara It la a .port that should
hatii tbo Riioport of tho entire illy
Tlm plan ii n ilT which tho Ii..ikuo I.
In Ing forniod In audi na to ahut
out oiory trari. of unfalrnos.. each
iliili pledging Itaelf to got In tho
Kumo Juki for the good, clcau sport
tboro la In It
llolow la a list of tho eligible
playi r. for tho rospoctlre
I.Ut of I'ln) on.
A Mcdeo. Paul Nool. H. Kostur,
Jim Ko.tor. II Moody. Ted Mont-
iKomory. M Katnahy. Harry Jr.
Wo,,,p)r' Jo" ,,0,P,," K A- ,,rorn-
deraon.. K McCall. K llradley,
t'has. McU'llllams. P Ityan. Ctydo
Davis. Hill Amstoy. J Whistler, V.
Magulro. J Southwell
Tin: twi.irouNiA oitKtitt.v row-
Cl)de Norman. Sharkey Hutchi
son. U-onard U'lrz. Allen, K. C.
Win. I. J. McClure, Mert Coffraan,
K (1. Klahn. W. I! Dabney, K. If.
l.lnllo. J ( Hole ( V Kellr.
(loo ManRiie. K. C Clark. Art
luvltt. Jack Cbartem. (1 K Kast
er. Carl Wells. Frod Crockett, M.
I.lppert. Jack Thompson. Krnont
Wlntoll. I. I) IiHton, 0. V Math
II K Sanders. I I) Hostwlck. I..
J Sparks. Harry Thrasher, Hay
Crawford. I. W. Ilresilor. K. Smith,
Cress, Conway. Harry IOticks, No
lan. M A. ( itllaKban. C Smith. It
McCullum. Harry Wortley, Hill
l.oreiit. linger Montgomery, O. I.
Jacob)', (ilenn l.orenz. Ilort Cool.. O.
It Ixjri'tn '
KWAU.VA IIOX a).
Karl Carson, II Hutcbens. C.
Hutchcns. Pete (.Irgus. I.eo Staub,
0 Harrington. Jerry Wlllard. 11. K.
Jeffors. II Slarr. II Italphe. II. A.
Itlley. (loo Oorblna. K. 11 Dow. U.
llarfleld. J 1. Stow art. (leo Hoden
hamer. S Clark. O. Wilson. J Dag
gett. K ll.'lll relilier. Wm Cod
si iTo.i:i mi Ki)i:i:
ritm i s 'ii) m: m it idi:
OltLCON CITY. May H - Found
on the road near hero last night idiot
through tlm bieiiil und brought here
b) mi uutomoblllst. it man who was
Hiippoood to lie the lctlm of .in at
tack, revived this morning sufficient
I) to tell Shenft WlUon tb.lt he i!iol
himself with btilcldiil Intent He
said that ho was Alfred Jelinu. of
si:vi:iu: hu.zahd mu.i.r i
uvi:k laui: suit.hioh,
SAUI.T STi: MARIB. Michigan.
May 14. One of tho worst spring
blizzards In years swept Iako Su
perior last night, driving nil of tho
vessels Into tho harbors. Six Inches
of snw fell. Six men comprising
the crow of tho bargo Mlsotro, nro
believed to havo been lost when tho
bargo was torn looso from n stonm-
or off Whltoflsh Polut.
CALIFORNIA CXiUUT TURNS
DOWN MNDKNIIKUO IlKQUIttT
SAN FRANCISCO, May 14. Tho
Superior court Issuod an order re
fusing requost of Jnfet Llndenberg,
Tttcomo capitalist, for trial In con
nection with failure of Scandinavian
tltno ago, will ho shipped on May
20 nni1 "hould arrive hero about
,h" 23rcl or 2nh'
Ho"" ut '" mcinbcni nru under tho
" " w., Ua. ucu uu-
'"-c''ry dolay-In getting tho 'n -
Touching on this point today, Mr.
-. ..... v.u-,, .....
H,,utl allli "T," cun " itt"'ly
piaiu.'U. TUu lacts aru that our
oylawa .peclflcally atato that no
uipen.o b Incurred until thero U
moimy enough In tho treasury to
meet It. conauijuently tho oxecutlvo
Kommltteo did not feci at liberty
to placo tho order for tbo emomnia
until thero bad boon sufficient ,.olc. Not ,, tho d,,orilcril ,n tho
money deposited with tbo treasurer prornco aro pr0l!ucc(i by lhe PoIes.
to pay for them.. I
'pon tbo arrival of tho emblems. ' nEULIN, May 14. Tho collapse
tbo directors who took tho mem- of tho Polish roTolt In Uppcr Silesia
bershlps will bo advised and asked Is expected In authoritative quart
to turn In their rucelpt books to crs there, say tho Hreslam dispatch
the hecrctary who will In turn mako on.
tbo necessary entries In tho mem-
bernhlp record book and will Issuo
the inembersblp card and tho em
blems to tho director who took tbo
membership fees. Tho association
has placed the order for 20,000
road maps which will bo available
for distribution In a tcry few das
"Wo aru now beginning a cam.
palgn for more members so that tho
signing of tbo roads may com- for choosing a new board ot di
me nee at the earliest possible date, rectors for tho Chamber of Com
It will require appromlatoly 400 merco wcro counted last evening
signs to sign all tho roads In Kla- and tbo following members were
math county which will cost ap- chesen: j
proximately $2000. Tho various For tw"b years: Fred A. Dakcr,
coramlttoe'a havo begun surveying attorney; E. II. Hall, hotel, Marsh
tho roads and within a short tlmo all Hooper, banker; A. J. Voye,
all data concerning tho location, lumber; J. W. Siemens, banker;
marking etc should be In so that Krcd Houston, merchant; For ono
tho association can begin placing year. Charles Hall, banker; O. D.
the orders for tho signs. This Is go- Hurko, banker; AHco McCourt, real
lug to bo a strenuous job and tbo estate; M. S. West, lumber; A. M.
executive commlttco hopes that all Collier, banker and J. A. Gordon
tho present members of tho assocla- banker. ' j
tlon will use every effort to Induco Two hundred and sixty-four bat
auto owners to Join at tbo earliest lots woro cast, nine of which wero
possible, dato so that speedy action rejected because thoso casting them
can be gcttcn towards realizing tho had not paid their dues,
main objects of tho association. Tbo membership ot the new board
"It might bo woll to mention with tho exception ot ono or two,
that nono of the officers or dlrcc- Is a strong one and should result
tors of this association aro receiving In a reconstruction of tbo chamber
u cent of pay for their efforts and on a basis that will cllmlnato tho
thu only reward they expect to get one man management that has des
will bo seeing Klamath County's trojed tho effectiveness ot tho or
auto highway classed as tho best in conization and which, It continued,
the state." j will result in sending it to tho
m I scrap heap where Ho Its predeces
. . .
Announcement has Just been made
that the citizens of fbiloquln li.no
signed up for a ( h.iut.ttiqua. under
tho direction of tbo nilUen-Wliite
company The dates will bo Juno 2.
3. 4 and &
Miss Ruth Cowan representing the
rillion-Whlto con rcrn. who has boon
in Chiloquin for several d.t)s. return
ed from thero yesterday, after con
cluding arrangements for the Chau
tauqua. SEIN EEINEDS
iitiii ii.i . .ills s-i iiiii oimi rrui-
1I1I1I IV M.... 1 fr..v (?..n CVk..
-- - ;-'-;- ";-" ;-
luuu; ill ii auii'ijni- ...ti.v oi. Bum-
lers, disguised themselves in mem
bers of tho crown forces, proceeded
to (ho Mount Joy prison, drove
straight to the governor's office
wliero tho governor nnd a deputy
woro bound and gugged. Tho visitors
then proceeded to liberate Arthur
Orlfflth, leader of tho Solnn Foln or
ganization, hold nt Mount Joy as it
prisoner. Tho ttontry on an olovutoil
point bocamo suspicious and tired u
FORMKR RKNIDII.Vr OP THIS
CITY D1F.S AT HKRKIII.KY
Mm. Florence Dorr, a formor resi
dent of this city, died nt Horkoloy on
Mny 0, to which city sho went to
from hero about four years ago.
Entry of Germans
i Into Poland Means
War Says France
PARIS. May II The ontry of
tlm Gorman troops Into L'pper Sil
esia would provoke tho Intorvcn-
rial circled Tho upmoit amazo
mnnt wa oxpriMCd In thww clr
cleii at a upooch yentcrday by Lloyd
RcorgQ on tho Uppor Sllciilan ques
tion containing what Ii rcgardod
., . ., .,. ...,.....
'rrfer,.ncc to Clcrmanr and tho
Judgmonta hostllo trward Poland
. .mn.,t... fftWBI.,i r.,.-,
Promler Hrland called tho foreign
rnrrfHinnnrtpnlfl nml AnrnrnA In
th ,. ...,--. .... nMnP.
couM tho Krcdch B0Ternment con.
sent to tho Oormnn troops enter-
,K Uppcr ,,,. r,, 0crman
bftnd), aro opcratn(5 (n uppcr sil
,,.. mallrcallnc and arrestlnc thn
C. OE C. CHOOSES
Tho ballots cast In the election
Monday night tho now directors
" nlect 'or the purpeso of elect-
Ing officers, appointing committees
and mapping out a program for tho
ensuing year. '
i Tho selection of Miss Alice Mc
Court as a director Is tho sourro ot
1 much gratification to tlm uiemner
'ship. It brings to tho board a per
sonage who Is extremely popular
nnd one who will tako an activo in
terest in the affairs ot tho chain
ibor. There Is ono phase of tho elec
tion, however, that must not bo
'overlooked. It tho chamber is to
1 continue as an effective and con
structive force Hi tho city. That is
I that but slightly more than one
I third cf thoso who slgnod momber
'ship applications participated in
both elections. A now program, a
now personnel that will stir tho
confidence of n greater number
must bo put in forco If success Is
to follow nnd tho financial support
which It must have Is forthcoming.
A. 1 OP Ii. KI'.PITSUS APPROVAL
OP ASIATIC IiAllOR UNION
CINCINNATI. May 14 Tho np.
proval of n proposal to organlzo the'
Japanoso and tho Chlneso workers
on tho Pacific coast and tho west-!
orn states, was withhold today hy
tho oxecutlvo council ot tho Amor
lean Federation of Labor.
COLUMBIA WINS BOWING HACK
NKW YORK, May 14 Columbia
won tho annual Child's cup 'varsity
rowing raco, Princeton finished toe
ond nnd Pennsylvania third.
Tl'GllOAT KMil.VKKItS STItlKi:
GAL-VD8TON, .May 14. Tho tug
boat engineers struck today, refuting
to movo tho shipping or tho steamers.
In reference to a recent editorial
In tho Portland Telegram, advocating
tho establishment In this city and
Medford of a branch ot tho stato
tourist bureau, (ienrgo T. Collins, ot
Medford, has written tho local Cham
ber of Commerce a letter explanato
ry ot tho situation.
Recently Mr. Collins was appointed
a member of tbo Btate Tourist Infor
mation Iiuroau, and at a meeting
held In Portland May 9, bo urged tho
necessity ot establishing a branch ot
tho buroau In Klamath Falls and
Medford, and insisted that tbo bu
reau be established In both cities or
not at all. Ho bad tbo support ot
Cameron Squires of tho tadd & Til
ton bank, Portland, and had counted
on tho support of Wallace C Dlrdsall
of Ilend, which, if he hod recclvod.lt,
would have put through the project.
It Is tho Intention of Mr. Collins
to bring tho matter before tho bu
reau at Its next meeting, to bo held
on the second Monday In June. Tho
proposition has the active support ot
the Portland Telegram and If this
city will take a hand and glvo Mr.
Collins some help, there may bo a
possibility of his winning tho fight
ho Is making to help Klamath Falls.
It Is so Important that It should bo
one ot the first things to claim tho
attention of the new officers of tbo
Chamber ot Commerce.
Tho establishment of tho branch
In this city, under tho plan proposed
by Mr. Collins, entails no other ex
pense than thn furnishing of the man
who Mill have charge of tho work
with a desk and office room In the
Chamber of Commerce hoadquarters.
It is tho contention ot Mr. Collins, as
well as the Telegram, that tbo bu
reau was created for the purpose ot
bringing tbo Information to tho
tourist and not to bring the tourist
to the bureau.
Thanks to tho efforts of the auto
mobile association, Klamath FalU
will havo an auto camp ground tbla
year that will not bo a dUgraco to
the city. The finishing touches
wero put on today on tho slto to ha
used this season and everything Is
about In readiness for tho travelers.
It Is the plan ot tbo association ta
keep tho grounds in first class con
dition throughout tho year, so that
tho unsightly and unsanitary con
ditions that prevailed at tho old
grounds "will not bo permitted to
oxlst at tho now site.
Thoso who participated In tho
work of Improvement were:
W. T. Lee, Frank Morris, Capt.
O. C. Applegate, K. T. Luddon, Geo.
Humphrey. Roy Call, John Yaden,
Chas. II. Witherow, A. II. Dowers.
h. W. Hannon. J. T. McCollom,
Adam Hare, Jack Nichols, Rov. A.
L. Rice, John Orlando, M. Scbafer,
r C Do Cliutne, J A O'Couror, J.
A. Moore, J. T Salmond, Joff Mnt
noy, Wm McNcaly, Harry Furch,
K R. Danner, M. Pomoll, A!.
Carlbon, Chas. Kaler, Wynn Dlohn
and Jasper Nicholson.
' Tho barometric pressure, as
recorded by tho Cyclo-Storma-gruplt
at Underwood's Pharma
cy has remained fairly constant
during tho past 24 hours, al
though in tho early hours this
afternoon It was tailing slight
ly. Desplto tho semi-throat-cuing
aspect today tho Indica
tions all favor a pleasant Sun
day. Forecast for next 24 heurs:
Generally fair, with light
OREGON Tcnlght nnd Sunday
fair, oxrapt probably showers In
northwest portion. Cooler In . the
east and southwest portions Sunday.
TOUR T BUREAU
AUTO PARK READY'
FOR THE TOURIST