The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 02, 1934, Page 4, Image 4

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
March 2, 1934
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BOItol
Editor
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Baa SYanolsoo Now York. Datroll Saatlia. Chloaco, Portland, Lo angola.
uooica ot tna nawa ana Horaia. msatnar witn oompiata information about
tha Klamath Valla markat, may ba obtalnad tor tha aakina; at any of
uiiia oiiioaa.
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Tha Aaaociatad Praia la axolualvaly antttlad to tha ui ot rapublloatton
of all nawi dlapatohai oradltad lo It or not otharwtia oradltad In thla
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What to Do?
A NOTE of forlorn apology seems to echo from Tax
League President Irwin's statement at the recall
meeting the other night to the effect that "the league has
been organized for two years and must do something or
cease to function."
One would gather that Mr. Irwin has the idea the lea-
, gue has accomplished nothing, and it is going into the
recall fight as a last stand in the hope of doing something
spectacular.
We disagree with the thought that the league has
done nothing in its two or three years of existence. It has
served a useful purpose in directing attention of the pub
lic and public officials to the necessity for strict economy,
' and in some instances it has made a definite and success
; ful fight for reductions of certain public budgets. We
apparently put a higher estimate on the league's work
than does its own president.
But our sympathy with the organization must neces
; earily end when it commits itself to a nasty row calculated
- to stir up the community at a time such as this and to of
, fer a field day to slapstick politicians and disgruntled
favor-seekers. ' -
We cannot believe .the more substantial sensible mem
bers of the league can approve of a policy that seeks to
make political capital out of unrest, misfortune and mis
understanding. There has been, a hint of this sort of
. thing, and there is nothing creditable in it.
If the tax league president feels the league must do
; something or cease to function" perhaps the second alter
native might be better than doing something injurious to
the community.
It's Coming Down
THERE will be few if any regrets as the old high school
I building on the hill comes down before an onslaught
of CWA workers. Long ago retired from use, the ancient
. structure has since performed only as an ugly eye-sore on
one of the most prominent locations in the city.
Back in the early days of the depression, the possibil
ity of wrecking the old building as a means of providing
emergency employment was seen and discussed. There
was, however, legal obstacles in the way through the
equity held in the building by the Masonic lodge, which
at one time planned to erect a .handsome temple on the
property.
With the coming of the CWA and the opportunities
' it afforded, a definite effort was made to determine just
wnat cou-ld be done to qualify the structure for a public
razing. A sensible plan was advanced through the city
"planning commission, it was-accepted by the interests in-
volved in a commendable spirit of cooperation, and now
i comes word that the state civil works authorities approve
tne program.
Under the plan, a playground development will pro-
; ceed on tne site of tne old building-. That portion of the
" property fronting on High street will be retained by the
Masons for their equity. The scheme also provides re
' numeration to the county and the union high school dis-
: tricts for their share m the properly. 1
If this work proceeds as planned, and the property is
put to useful purpose after the old building is taken down,
. this project can be remembered as one of the most val
uable services rendered to this community by the CWA.
WASHINGTON
Newt Behind tha News
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Tha Inside Story From
The Capital
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By PAf h MAIXOV
Copyright, 1934. by Paul Mallon
Some People
Say
The nation must stand ready,
' not to prepare lor war, but to
guard against war. Henry Hor
ner, governor ot Illinois.
V . a a
' How many families hare we
teen ruined by money which bas
taken away from the younger
members the desire to labor and
to achieve . . . and instead of
being useful . citizens they have
become wasteful and some profli
gate. Dr. William Mayo, Ro
chester, Minn.
. a a
To abolish the gold standard
because there are money troubles
Is as foolish as to abolish police
because there is crime. Dr. Mel-
chior Falyi, economist.
a a a
A bullfighter knows that If
bulls were as alert as cows are,
there wouldn't be any bull
fights, or bull fighters. Sidney
Franklin, Brooklyn's matador.
BECK'S BAKERY
119 North 8th St
Phone 211
This Is the Season for:
COFFEE CAKES
apricot
apple
strusel .. .and
CARDAMON SEED TWIST
Regular 25c Seller.
Sat Only 18c
Dozen
Spiced Fruit Cup Calces
Sat. Only
15c
Dozen
WASHINGTON, March 1. M
Roosevelt is developing into a No.
1 trial balloonist.
Such adroitness a he ha
shown recently In political avia
tion has been missing from tha
White House stuce Teddy left It.
leaay aerisea the method
putting up unofficial balloons t
find out which way the nubile
wind was bluwliix. He did It an
aurowuiy no one could conuoct
him with It. When he found out
how the public felt, he then dc
cmeci omcially what to do.
mat is exactly what Mr. Roose
velt did on the communications
issue.
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BRKKZES
The president sent to congress
soma weens ago a report from
his communications investlaatinr
cummissiou.
It offered three courses of nrn.
ceuurs in connection with radio,
telephone and telegraph systems
iaj no change, (B) stronger
government regulation, and (C)
au'Biumeut ownership.
He made no official oommonr
out unofficially passed around
tha word that ' he favored the
second course, stronger' govern
ment regulation. He let that
iuea mow around In the wlnda
of public opinion for several
weeas. strong opposition doval.
yu. au tne widows and or-
pnans who own A. T. and T.
hiuck wrote protesting letters to
tueir congressmen. It becama
evident that Mr. Roosevelt would
not he able to out his enmmnnl
cations Idea over at this session
ot congress.
So he changed his Idea. He
sent an official message to con
gress recommending simple leg
lslation consolidating existing
communications control.
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STRATEGY
It looks as if he backed down
completely but he did not. It
be can get congress to set up
me new commission now. he will
recommend next year that pow
ers for federal regulation be
amplified along the line he de
sires. He will get what he can
now without a fight and wait
for the rest.
Such tactics may not fit in
with the popular Inclination to
glorify White House idols, but
are essential to strategic success
the way government 1st conducted
in Washington.
Tha trouble with that line of
strategy is that It keeps presi
dential followers op In the air
and makes some newspaper pre
dictions look sour. '
For Instance, Representative
Rayburn had a strong communl-
SIDE GLANCE Sby George Clark
I think it is a pity, doctor, that you
your own."
haven't any little ones of
cations control bill drawn along
the line tha president was orig
inally thinking. He bad to tear
it up and write a new one when
the official program was sub
mitted.
- a a a .
XEAXDERTHALER
A magaslne writer cam to
town recently to dig up material
tor an article on General John
son. He asked a newsman to
take him around to see Johnson
He did not want an ordinary In
terview. He wanted to see John
son at his best and asked the
newsman how to go about It.
They cooked op a scheme
hereby the magaslne writer
would tell Johnson that the NRA
was hooey, that It was not work
ing, etc., and sea how he re
acted.
The magaslne writer was de
lighted with the Idea. He lit
Into the NRA expecting Johnson
to hear him through.
The general Interrupted after
the second sentence with a ter
rific explosion. "Neanderthal-
ers, "Rodents' and "Dead cats'
burst from his lips faster than
the magaslne writer eonld take
them down. He shook his finger
in tne writers race, saying: "Yon
V
babies!" time and again
It wss probably the best Inter
view Johnson ever gave.
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MIXtP , ,
Another yarn about Johnson is
the one concerning the NRA rail
road letter.
Railway executives, received a
letter from the NRA signed by
Johuson, stating they should
come under a code. It has always
been the Intention ot the ad
ministration to handle the roads
separately outnlde the code sys
tem, so the executives wore
alarmed.
Newsmen were tinned about
the letter and went to Johnson.
He sharply denied he had writ
ten It aud want Nonudorlhutlng
agiiln.
The xplnuutlun offurnrt on tlio
Inslda Is Hint noma uiulorllug
wi-oto tlio letter and tlguud John
son's name.
The administration hss no lu
tein Ion ot Hiking the railroads
umlor a code,
a a a
r.woit
Curtain of l'raf. Tugwell's ene
mies have boon whlxporliw
nrouiid that ha Is on his way
bark to prlvato life, because Mr.
Roosevelt Is sending him to
l'orto Rico on tha farm problem.
The truth siiuius to liU that
Prof. Tugwull promoted tlio trip
as a lIUlo wlittttr vacation. He
took a similar stimimir vumllnu
luat year travullng through, the
national parka.
It he Is In disfavor with ih
Whltq House, there are no Inch-
cations ot it. The homvsioudliiK
plan and the l'eek export bunk
are two White House uromama
ho helped to put over recently. '
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NOTES
On ot the young Anthony ad
vocates, Tom Corcoran, oul-ur-
gued the Wull Street lawyers on
the atork market regulation bill
at the sonute committee bearing
the other duy.
a a a
Iu opening tha (We duvs of
free criticism agnlnsl the NRA,
General Johnsou mude a apoaob
Inferring that nil Nit A critics
wore crooks and than Invited
them to step forward and speak
thotr criticism.
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The bonusltes In the house
were trying to save themselves,
from tlielr predicament by Duns-
lug around word that Mr. Roose
velt would let the bonus bill be
come a law without his slgna.
tore. That Is why ho sent that
second letter to Speaker Halner
stating he did not do taints that
ways
Announcement will be mnde
shortly that the Ct'O will let
some of Its boys go April 1.
a a a
Bernard Burucb was a White
Hous dinner guoat the other
nlgbt. It was the first Urn he
has been around. la mouths.
Asks Divorce
if I
Robert Scmple Bmytlie, daughter
of Almce Scmple McPhrrson, has
filed dlvoroe suit against William
B. Bmytlie, ship's purser sho mar
ried In Bingapor during a world
oruls,
Tha Tt. H MIVV la mill, linliitlnv
the uoses of axporlmantal engine
red, to warn pilots to. Investi
gate the eugluu's special char-
qetiirlsllrs before flying.
TO
SPEAK ON SWAY
Major Harold Mnilsen, of Port
land, divisional ooiumniidur fur
In 8alvallnn Army for Oregon
and snutluirn Idaho, will conduct
special meetlnas at Ilia Hulvutlon
Army hall, 111 Walnut avmiun,
ou Saturday evening and Sunday.
II if wilt also speak at the Com
in (I nil y church on the Keno rnnd
at B : SO o'clock Huoday.
Th major. Is a strong speaker,
and will bring Important men.
sages to his uuillimiies at all tlm
mnatlngs scheduled, 11 n line
churns nf th Army work am nig
the Rrandlnavlan praplo In his
division, and will talk In Imth
languages at III Baturday eve
ning muetlng,
Signs of Paaulsm In this coun
try are by no means nhsant, The
growing militarism, tlio domina
tion at MIA liy lilg business, the
potential dictatorial powers of
th federal government, ar all
straws In th wind, Leo Krsyebl,
chairman ot Huclnllsl Party of
America.
HUSKY THROATS
Overtaxed by JjlC
pejunt.ln;- N,,tnftO J
eg, moklng Xfjg"
Due to a typographical error
the statute, a Texas lsw In
DOS required motorists to burn
their headlights during the day
nsteaa of at night
Waven't you
heard
FOR soaps nd salads with fresh crab
or oysters there's really nothing like
oven-fresh Snow Flakes! They're so deli
riously crisp, so flaky-light and full of true
wheat flavor. Yon'll like them!
And because each package I double wax
wrapped . . . and because there's a Uneeda
Bakers Bakery nearby js; every single
cracker in the thrifty Snow Flake carton
comes to yon Ptn-jrtsh!
It's no wonder, fa it, that most women ia
the West prefer Snow Flakes to all other
soda wafers I Just wait 'till you try them,
yourself, and see how good they are.
Oh yes your grocer has Snow Flakes. Ask
' him about the economical family-size pack
age. Do it today!
Don't ask for cracksrt say
Snow Fcakes
NATIONAL SIKUIT COHfANT
?
Soliloquy by a young lady' who had just
a perfectly lovely time: Yes, darling, I
must. I'm- sorry I have to leave early but
I really, really must. I ' .tl a grand time.
(I suppose she thought we couldn't tell a
. "bargain counter" coffee by its taste. She
wouldn't put tin-plated knives and forks
on the table. But she would serve us a
cheap coffee. Oh well.) Yes, I'll see you
soon, darling. I want you and Harris to
have supper with us soon. (When she
comes to my house I'll serve her Hills
Bros. Coffee and give her a real treat. Too
bad she doesn't realize that even though
you buy coffee by the pound you drink
it by the cup. Hills Bros, always tastes bet
ter and is really less expensive in the long
run because of more abundant flavor.)
And I had just a perfectly lovely time.
Cttnih nn Him
Bra, :':
Features
For
March 3, 4, 5
At the
Friendly. Store
100 .Home
Owned
All Grocery Orders of $2.00 or over Delivered Free
SHOW BOAT COFFEE u. 30c
FLOUR
Golden Bell Hard Wheat
49-LB. BAG
S1.39
HERSHEVS COCOA 5tr 15c
HERSHEY'S
Baking Choc It's pure f "
Vi-LB. BAR ISC
WESSON OIL s.C", 59c
Best fo" Home-Made Mayonnaise
PACrCC M.J.B. Safety Sealed, Vacu- ftj
OUll EC um Packed. 3-LB. PAIL OUC
TOBACCO
Prince Albert
Pocket Tin
10c
WHITE KING Z'Jz'z.. 27c
CEREAL
Golden
Grain
2 LBS.
15c
BEER
Rainier
Large Bottle
2 FOR
35c
SALT
Leslie's
Free-Running
BOX
5c
APPLE BUTTER
Libby'.
Tall Tin
10c
HOT SAUCE
All Brands
in stock
2 TINS
9c
SWAUSDOWH
Cake
Flour
PKG.
23c
CLAMS
Royal Chef
Minced
2 FLAT TINS
25c
TOMATO JUICED, 25c
n ata lire s.tmTip
iiiftiuiitgi
I Sure Strike
BOX
4c
COCOA
Rockwood'a
Pure
2-LB. PKG.
19c
SOAP
FeU
Naptha
BAR
5c
F.1AZ0LA OIL
It's
Pure
QUART
29c
BUTTER
Fresh .
Local Creamery
LB,
29c
CLORQX Fluid 2 QT; BOTTLES 25C
OLEO, Dinner Bell 2lB3.15c
In Our Master Market
H2L . ..... 4 Lbs. 35c
fiMilcs .Lb. liVic
Hambureer
Kfl!?USa8e 2 Lbs. ZSC
Fish Oysters Turkeys Chickens