The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 12, 1934, Page 7, Image 7

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    April 12, 1934
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FAU3. OREGON
PAGE PKVEN
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GOVERNMENT HELP
R. II, Dunbar, socrtitury-troiu-urer
of Ihs Klamath Kit I na
llnntil fnrin limn association of
Kliiiiinlli mill l.uku roiiutli', ro
conl ly rncnlviiil wurd (rum the
KiiviiriKir of Hio fnrin credit oil
tn I ii I nt 1'it lion, W II 1 Hi in I. Myor,
Inllliiii hi in of thn run il y ri'ci'p
tin n whli h farmer mill tliulr
crnilllor urn iiIvIiik Id I ho lunula
of 1 ho fmlunil furm inorimino
tiorpiirnllon wlili'li urn now lining
tmiiliiroil by thn fi'iturnl In nil
bunk of Bpoknn, Wli., In pluco
of oash otllnnioiit ot fiinner'
dnhli.
"Those bonds have boon !!
tiiK In tlm largo markets at a
little nliovo pur, Indicating a
ready innrkol fur Ihntn. Junt a
wok nflur Ihs liunliii began using
liomli Instead of coih, the first
bonds to ho mild on Ilia Now
York ninikoH worn pun-hnsiM) nt
1004. Wo anticipated IIk-ho
Used Cars
In Exceptionally Fin
Condition
'31 Ford Ajifi
Coupe . . , ,
30 Ford IRC
Sport Coupe mO
4 HP
Tudor ....
'32 Ninth 8 LLC
Sudnn ....
'32 I'ontiac ACt
Coupe ... iJw
'2D Packard 8 ATC
Sotlnn .... ".
'30 Hudnon 8 A1C
Sudan ...
'30 Ford Tudor JPC
Sedan . . . ml
'31 Ford ' Q
Pickup.... mOJ
'29 Ford i QC
Coupe . . . 03
'29 Ewiux
Sedan ....
195
Term and Trade
Balsiger
Motor Co.
Main and Eaplanade
hnndH, which bear 8 par cant In
t itrimt pur iitiuiiin, would (oil at
pur or abnva nt tliu tlmo wo ant
Ihu liilorvat rate, 'for guvnriimunt
bund inuturliig In 1941. Iiuurliiit
Ilia aumu rulo wore soiling abovo
mr."
Myers point ml out Unit tlxmo
boiiila wnra not only exmupt from
lociil, atuto and foilanil luxation
wllh Ihn exception of surtax.,
Inliorlliinio mid K I ft tuxen, but
Hint limy urn an miullly milnlilo nn
Kiivnriiinuiit iTtirltlo, Ho lulil
limy aro boliig quoted In tha
iimlroiiolllnn papers, but If audi
initiation uro not avulluhln
rmullly to furumri that limy will
bo glvnn thn quotations If they
will write to thn failoral land
bunk of tliulr district,
Vital Statistics
IlIflTII.
MOORE Bnrn to Mr. and Mm.
V, U, Moore of tlm AhIiIhiiiI roulo,
a ion, April 12, nt lllllnlila h'-
piini. weight 4 pountis, lift
ounces.
Tuxti had not boon lovlcd In
(Iran, a purluli In Hwotlttn, for 4 7
yours, but now they linvq luxe
In relievo iini'inploynmnt,
mtU of Atiniul Rl iltm.nl of
Tin riututv t casuai.iy compahy or
HIW V0IIK
of NX York, In II" am. ol N' Ywt, on Urn
Idlrlr-flMI il.r of ll.rtinl,,r, ISM, tnadf 10 Ilia
Imoiu. ruoimaialvnar 01 1)4 Kill of Otri,o,
tittfioanl lo U.I
TAI'ITAI,
ABXntftl of niillal Ilota l' 11 W.l S.5C0.O0O.0O
INIIIJIK
Not ptmluaa titlotl emu ll
yMr . 3 i.oao.aai.T i
Moral, dliM.ili oiI unto if
orltofl dovlux Hi. r 1,119,3(10.70
llKvao tlm olW ooutw, tf ,..,,,.
oolio nill UN toot ,mi,n T
M Imom sso.iiof.eao.ts
lilHlil ItnKMi sra
Krt loaM pal4 - t't
tiwludliot a,llutmnt nMiM. 114,007,910. 01
pttldmli paid on capital Itata
durliiri Hi. r tar . t
0b.ImIm aid HltlW paU
itull ll I,I7I,I6.1
Tn. Unmn onl IHO oald
IK ll lt 491.171. 91
T- 1..1.T..:T.'.T. T.9.1.97..0.
Total namlllowt 7,fll9,4l9.0
AKOmi
V.loa rf ftal l.l. oi4 iau-
Ul ialil IJ9.54I.S9
ot ilorti ."I v-
l.ul.l lall If,4l0.19l.0
Imm on OMfliatM ud oellat
mi. m. ..............
full In ImU ai4 oti uainl. . . ,
riMoliHaa In rvum of rulWtlia
OTlltrti alixo Bpliw 00,
III 11
tlltinl out Itnu 4M onil Of
ClUfd
Olhtr omU I.
1,319,114.17
4,lt,15 II
jaa.tat.T0
' 411,9110.17
TUl aa-lllol owtl 9J3,7fa.01!.
Oroof (UIom lor lim"i'iJM?.ll.l".0'
p , l-k. o0 aroknoto "' ?? ;'
All mm iiawuiw 4.oj.i3i.iJ
Total llabmila, ai wt at
lal
TV.I39.9H.791 .91
- 11.1 U m t J.150,0110 00
ttopV, H taioi o.UnloUWra.9 4.15I.401.H
Tout ..-.-,.-riv.'-M
at HISKN1 1?( OHWrtia r ia
tM ltlOM toMltrf " fs.434.J(
(.o ol fi"r. Tlm noalttf Caoalir
Convanr ol Wo Tilt , .
n.im of am.tur. w. t Uouo. Jr.
r.?, raubnt otiotoor w
M. I.. JOIINKON
llinMi'iit An.'iit, hlninntli Full i
Egyptian Queen
IIOIIIZONTAl,
I Vrnoiiinua
naka luinnua
In Kxypllan
hlKtory.
4 What Knyp
Hun fiionii coin
mlllrd milrlilo
with 111
II llofrltivriiiit,
1.1 KnclrclltiK.
ID I'erlitlnliiK to
the our,
III Innono.
18 Ulacrltlcnl
murk,
10 I'nroillno.
20 Kuinllllno
Tourtooy tlllo
22 DroKo.
22 Hclniltar.
24 Inorganic.
20 To unilorinlno.
271'alil publicity.
2 Dill of far.
29 Hot of three.
2J Nay.
.12 Half quaru.
33 I'arl II lonai.
Aiiiwitr to lrnvluua I'unxle
TO
HE II
MURRAY Bk
mm
ME BP'fty ij I lDjN TOW
iiillM
.in Hun.
30 Unit.
3 To atop
lowoult..
40 lndln wharf
42 Wrath.
43 Color.
44 1'ortnlnlna
to a braid.
41 To decay.
4 Hlnc.
411 Tlireo,
00 Hho waa a
nieinher of the
. family,
CI Poem,
VKIITICAI,
1 Wild iheep.
(Typical (enuo
of ahrawa.
t Scheme.
4 Credit (abbr.).
J To ahun.
I rather.
7 Work of aklll.
I To labor
( Lawn.
10 I'orlnlnhif to
tlie.Andoa.
It The ruler who
aspired to thla
queen'a country
12 Deity.
14 Tyrant.
10 The hand.
17 Juvellno.
20 Money factory.
21 Kenmle home.
24 Mali.
20 Portion of
the mouth.
28 Klour factory.
20 Indian.
22 Bkunk.
34 Plowerllke.
35 Hall (bird).
(7 Toilet box.
21 Chief river
in Efypk
t To Itno).
40 Impartial.
41 To acream.
45 Self.
47 Golf teacher.
fiJ
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SS31
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A Olrl Scout cabin ha been
addud to the property ot tha Coin
munlly Congreaatlonai cnurrn
IhrotiKh the gcnoroeliy of the
Chllcoto & Smith roal eolate firm.
Thla little houne waa formerly
located on Wantland avenue, and
wna moved to tha church lot
through, the klndneaa of ft. B.
Hadlcy, house mover.
Thla building la 12 foot oy 24,
fitted with tha convenience! for
hontliig, lighting and kitchen
norvlro. It ha been placed back
of the church and paraonage. op
ening on to the outdoor flroplnce
and council circle. The Girl
Scout troop will get to work
right nwny under the aunervlalon
of lliolr loader, Mr. Klraor Mit
chell and Mra. T. Davit rreston,
In paint and paper and furnish
tha home. The landscaping of
tha church grounds ta being fur
thered till aprlng, additional
tree have been aot out and
flower beds planted, The new
lawn, planted laat year, la In fine
shape, according to Rev. T. Davli
Preston, miniator of tha church,
and will be used to tha fullest ex
tent thla summer for parties, cro
quot and archery, In addition to
tha full use of tha outdoor fire
place. Thla new acout building
completes an equipment of fire
buildings on thla fine corner lo
cation In tha Mills addition, and
makes one of the most useful and
attractive church properties In
the city.
Holds False Teeth
Tighter and Longer
This new delightful - powder
keeps falsa teeth from rooking,
slipping or dropping. ' No pasty
taste or feeling. Give perfect
confldenc all day long. Oat
Fasteetb. from Star Drug Co. or
your druggist. Three sliea.
Tha Presbytery of aouthwest
Oregon opened on acheduled
time, 7:10 Wednesday evonlng,
with nearly a full qnota of min
isters and many elder. During
the opening exerclsea Mra. Madge
Hampton presided at tha organ
and a male qifartet consisting
of O. A. Myers, A. M. Collier,
Myron Shannon and Dr. H. M.
Drown, aang "Jesus, Lover of
My Soul." o
Dr. D. T. Robertson, retiring
moderator, delivered an Illumi
nating and Inspiring addresa on
"Without a Vision the People
Would Perish." Following thla
tha Presbytery waa constituted
and nominations for moderator
were made, resulting In a con.
test between Dr. i. K. Howard
of Glendale and Rer. J. M. John'
aon ot Central Point. Tha latter
waa elected and took charge of
tha meeting for tha ensuing
year.
Thursday' session open with
devotlonala at 8:20 by Rer.
Thomas Robinson of Oakland.
Bualnesa will then occupy the
morning, closing with commun
ion service at 11:80 with Rer.
Kngrald Iverson In charge, an
ointed by Rer. J. S. Smith of
Unite Falls, and Rev. H. h.
Weir of Matin. . During the
morning Evangelist Walter Duff,
Jr., will be presented for licens
ure as an evangelist under the
Presbyterian denomination. '
The luncheon was served at
the Flrat Methndlst church at
12:16 with nearly a hundred In
attendance. The Rer. A. Theo
dore Smith wag the toast master.
The afternoon devotions at
1:80 were led by Elder W.
M. Wright of Ashland. Commis
sioner to the general assembly
were elected and reports of per
manent committees heard.
At 6:30 th banquet la to be
held at tba Methodist church
with Miss Helen Swarti In
charge, assisted by Walter Duff,
Jr., aa song leader. ; .
In the evening tha entire
meeting la to be In charge of
tne women with Miss Donaldlna
Cameron, Chinese rescue worker
th principal speaker. The pub-
lio la cordially invited to attend
any or all session.
DON'T GAMBLE ON OLD TIRES!
PUT ON ISJC.W
la
ID
msm
RIGHT Ml
li
ow
s o- :i r
A
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"There's a tread
with GRIP"
ff
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Blowout-Protected
In EVERY Ply!
neiatilaal Oeoral TVea
$7.40
aT up
MAYBE this will surprise
you but you're taking
a double gamble wearing out old
tires this Spring- the gamble
of a price increase greater than
what your present tires may
be worth, added to the gamble
of accident.
That's the situation with tires
priced ridiculously low with
rubber, cotton, wages and other
costs often as much as doubled
with Goodyear quality at new
high peaks. '
And that's why smart folk are
putting on new Goodyears
these days full sets! at really
bargain cost they're protecting
their safety for a long time to
come.
Better get our pYicea on your
size and let us show you why
more people are buy
ing Goodyears than
any other tire, for
the nineteenth suc
cessive year.
se.70
w us
ALL-WEATHER
PATHFINDER
SPEEDWAY 4l?
TRUCK TIRES 14 ?g.5
Prloet lubol
to elianfe
without
notloe. Slate
sales tax, II
any, additional
Balsiger Motor Co.
Main and Eaplanade
Phone 2100
Play safe on prices,
on driving, on quality
let us equip your
car with new Good
years right now!
The
New Ford V-8
Truck for 1934
Has
Torque Tube Drive
and
Full Floating Rear
Truck Axle
Much Improved. Truck
At No Advance in Price
WEATHER
The Cycto-Stormagraph at Cn
derwood'a Pharmacy !ias regis
tered but little change In baro
metric conditions during the last
24 hours except that the reading
la slightly higher than that of
Wednesday. A continuation of
pleasant weather with tempera
tures about tba same, la prob
able. Tha Tycoa recording thermom
eter registered maximum and
minimum temperaturss today as
follows:
High, 80; low, 43.
Forecast for next 24 hours:
Fair with moderate tempera
ture. Tbe United States weather bu
reau report no precipitation for
tba 24-hour period ending Wed
nesday at S p. m.; 6.92 for the
season to date; 8.41 normal;
6.76 last year.
Fanerala
NANCY ANDREW
Funeral services for tha lata
Nancy Andrew wro pawed away
in thla city Tuesday, April 10,
1034, will be held at Tha Church
ot the Seventh Day Arvent In
Ashland, Friday, April 13, 1934
at 3:00 p. m. Commitment ser
vices and Interment In ML View
Cemetery, Ashland. Tha remains
will rest In tha Gold Room at
the Earl Whltlock Funeral Home,
Pine atreet at Sixth, where
friend may call until 10:00 a. m,
Friday.
English taxpayers pay $100
for each child In the secondary
gradea of England'a schools.
Pennsylvania produce mora
anthracite coal than any other
atate.
miserable
Spring Colds
HEAD THEM OFF
oo with this
amazing aid
in prevent
ing colds . . .
CLEARS "STUFFY" HEADS
VISITS
Frank Lonergan, candidate
for the republican nomination
for governor, waa here Thurs
day aa a member of tha grand
lodge party ot the Klka.
The Portland candidate was
on fraternal business, but he
took time out for a discussion
of the political situation with
friend here.
"Thing are looking good,"
said Lonergan. "Of course, I'm
not fooling myself. This Is a
race, but I am In It and am
making progress."
The Portland candidate ha
seen much service in the legis
lature. He laid he expected to
be back here a a political cam
paigner, probably around tha
first ot May,
Dean Jewell Will
Addresa Graduate
Dean O. R. Jewell, director ot
secondary education for Oregon,
will again apeak at tha com
mencement exerclaea wbloh art
to b held at th Pelican thoatr
May 26, according to Paul T.
Jackaon, principal ot Klamath
high school,
Thla will be Jewell' aeoond
talk ' to tha graduation clasa ot
Klamath high school. H will
talk on a subject of hi own
lection.
Plana are being mad for
huge airport rtt Ruayn, a sub
urb of Prague, Caechoslovakla.
Tbe aparrow ta tha costliest
alien that North America ever admitted.
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