The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 27, 1934, Page 7, Image 7

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    April 27, 1034
IED
IN CLEAN-UP
ESSAY
CONTEST
Wlmiori In th olooii-up eeaay
omtloHt were ttiinounctid liy th
Junior chamber of commorco nil
Thuridiiy, Tho couleat wo apon
niirud anionic seventh and imili
grnilua In I In city ichooli,
All atudonti la tin publlo
adiuoli war (Ivan a two-hour
hulldny during tlia olaan-up woek,
anonaorod by th Junior chamber
to nnlt In eloanlni thnlr yardi
at homo. Tlia vaonllun wa
granted by Buperlnlendutit J.
Poroy Wolla, who raqusalad each
mdoiit to writ a roport concern-
ma inair oioun-UD work.
Approximately 100 oaaaye wer
turned In. Tlia lirnnte modal
wlmiera art aa tollowa:
Firm, hoy: Bernard I'avtnaiiKh,
Raornd llaart acadmny, age 13,
8th urn (In.
Second, hoys Raymond ltoaa,
Fremont, Sill gritda.
Flrel, girl: Joanna Pcnnlng
lim, Itlviirnldo, th grada.
second, girl: Margarat Mary
nugan, Bncrud Haart, ago 11, 7th
grndo.
Honornliln Mention
Clarence McDowell, 7lh, Fre
mont: Mary Cnnalnnce Mitchell.
6th Fremont; Junior Cook, 8th,
M Ilia ; Mnrcnlla Daniel. 7lh,
Mllla: mallard Newell, Klrvlewi
Marllia Dapp, Rtli, Fremont; Uni
ty Werlialor. Rth, Fremont: Ituth
lli'iidrlrka. 7th, Itlvi-ralilo: Itlrh
ard Sinclair, Falnrlew; Donald
Vannlc. Itlvoralde; oCrnad Cam
eron, Itmianvolt; rtotinrt Klutt,
Itonaovalt: Kvelyn Craig, Rooaa
volt; nondall Aulirny, Itooaoyelt,
1'lltHT I'lll.K HOY
How 1, aa a oltlicu, may bean
tlly my city.
Many yvara ago In America
thara lived no ona but Indiana.
Aa lhi'n Indluna wore not civil
laocl they did not build rema
nent homes, but "toyed In ono
plana only until there waa not
enough gamo for thnlr uie. Thny
then niovod to other hunting
grouuda, leaving behind them
the beautiful forola of Anwrlra.
Today wo are anppoaed to ha
ctvllltnd. to hitlld nice hnmee, and
live there, and rnlae our famine
In congenial aurroundlnga. But
there art people who do not at
waya do thta. Thny mova Into a
run-down honan, fix It up onnuirii
to make It llvnhle. and let It go
at that. Theia people are a men
ace to health, and give tin city
a bad name. They ahould lie
taught the error of tholr waya
.and ho madn to understand that
clennllnaae nit to gndllneae.
Aa I am a cltlann of Klamath
Falla, I want to beautify my city.
Aa the city la compoaed of bomear
. home la the plare to clean up.
Unlike the eltlaena mentioned
abovn, 1 want to make my home
and rlty beautiful aa well aa com
fortable. It 1 moved Into a di
lapidated honae I ahould atart
cleaning op the Interior of the
houan: whon that waa completed
to my antltifactlon, I would atart
on the exterior. I would gather
all trh and burn It. When that
waa done 1 would mow the lawn
and rako It, watnr the nnwor. ii
there were any. and If there were
noun 1 would plant aomo. Thu,
would I mako my city a crodlt to
Oregon.
llKIWATtD CAVANAUOH.
Sacred Hoart Acadomy, ago IS;
Grade I.
ntisT ntr.K orni
' How I, aa a cltlien, may beau
tify my city.
The city of Klamath Falla la
one that hae grown In compare
' tlvoly few yeara to ono of tho
largent In Oregon. In doing ao
one thing hae not grown with tt.
The thing being tho dealre In
aomo people to have a beautiful
city. They, therefor, have not
tried to keep a clean yard, plant
tree, and Ineure eanttnry oondl
tlona. I, aa a atudont cltlien, ahould
try to educate my family to have
clean exterior and Intorlor
around our homo. I could nlao
ncourng nelghbora and frlende
to try the eame method. The
plan, I bellove. would work llko
th circulation of money, and re
turn to m In a mental covenant.
With the almeneo of trnah and
dirt, our city will be a clean and
happy plnce for everyone. It will
put onconragement In th pio
neers of thin aplrlt. and I sincere
ly believe I will feol no regrot
In "doing all I can to ncourage
the move.
JKANNB PENNINGTON,
ntvorslde School, 8th grade.
Prisoner Prentrred
For Jail Break
DF.ND, Ore., April IT. (UP)
Dopuly Jack Jnekaon, Fromont
county. Ida., were en rout homo
recently with Dirk Knight, Idaho
prleoner being returned from Sn
oramonto, Calif., whore he had
been apprehended" nftor breaking
Jail, ttndor tight guard.
mi,. iimiisht Knlaht waa kid
ding them In Doaelnito county
baalllo here Tnuranay wnau uu
boantod he could have eacaped
boantod he could hav escaped.
nut thny took him norlounly
whon ho flipped baok th solos
of his shoes to ravoal a supply of
hacksaw blades sowed In each
hoe.
Demos Increase In
Multnomah County
BALHM, Ore., April 27. (UP)
Doinocrnts Inoroasod 7,048 and
Hepublloniis decreased 12,076 In
th Inst two years In Multnnmnh
county, registration roporta fllod
at (he state department ahowod
today,
The Democrats gained from
B0,nG0 to r7,lir8, IlepubllcntiH
decronnod from 107,910 to BB,13li.
Iloglstored voters In tho county
dacroasod from 100,047 to 1BB,-980.
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Mother, Sweetheart of Accused Youth
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.ii.
While Abraham Fahnr. tl-yenr-old yrnrth acouaod of murder In a
Needbaro (Maaa.) bank holdup, was lighting for hie llfo In Dedhnin
court, bla aged paroiiliraubmltind to a painful eplnul operation In th
hop of proving that their ami's weakened physical and mental con
dition Is berodltary. Mrs. H'ubnr, grim and solemn, la abown at loft
with her Sun's awuethnart, lloso Knollar.
Kansas City's
Ancient Mob Law
Brings Complaint
KANHA8 CITY, Kans., April
17, (A1- A policeman In overy
bom would bo nncesaary, offi
cials said today. If this city Is to
bnut oft bankruptcy at the hands
of an ancient "mob" law.
Tho threat of Hoy Tultle, fath
er of eleven, to suo tho city for
dumugea fur Injuries ho alleges
ha Buffered at th hands of a
"mob" of Ills own children, exas
perated officials. Tuttla told po
llen his eldest son, 111, floored
hi in at their horn, and between
von and nine other children
Joined In tho fight.
Under the Kama mob law. en
acted on the theory that law-enforcing
authorities should pravent
the gathering of a mob, a com
munity la llahlo for Injuries that
may be suffered. Th taw de
fines a mob aa a band of at leaat
five peraons.
Thirty-five mob law cases, ask
ing aggrogate damages of 1100,
000, are on file nguluat tho rlty
now. Many Judgments haro been
paid In Iho past, Th law waa
unaelud when Kuusae waa atlll a
territory, and Its purposo waa to
curb guerrilla raids on Kansas
t'uiiiiniinltles.
"There la no defense against
the law aa It now stands," says
John C. O'Urien, deputy city attorney,
Ships Released
From Sand Bars
A8TOIUA, Ore., April J7, UP)
Tho motorahlp Paclflo Enter
prise, which grounded on a sand
bar In tho lowor Columbia rlvor
yesterday In a donio fog, reached
Astoria today for Inspection to
determine whether any damage
had rosultod.
The motorahlp, outbound for
London with genoral cargo, was
aground for morn than ii hours
off Klinmokawa, Wash. Shipping
men believed aho suftored no
damage.
niiMiinn i 'IivIa Th Harmon
Circle of tho Christian church
h.u tnw ,llnnv Afl MaV
Day. Tho event will b held In
the church basement from C00
o clock to 7:jo oviock
JACKSON, Miss., April 27, (P)
Women of tho Methodist Epis
copal church, Hntith, planned to
day to carry thnlr battle for min
isterial eniiiillty to the floor of
lb church's gonernl conference
hero.
The proposal for women to
hold pnstoratna rocolved a major
ity vota at tho Inst conference
four years ggo. It was defeated,
however, when It failed to receive
a two-thirds majority when sub
mitted to the district conferences
for ratification.
Another battle Impends over
tho announced intention of Illnhop
James M, Cannon, Jr., to fight an
attempt to superannuate him
from the college of bishops.
lilshop Arthur Mooro of Los
Angnlos lust night delivered the
opening conference sermon before
more than 8,000 persona.
VPNIFUPilFR
FEW
The efficiency of controlled
power, achieved by military scien
tists In the slow-burning gun
powdor used today, mukos it pos
sible to fire a projectile weighing
2400 pounds, which la consider
ably mo ra than a ton, 25 miles
out to sea.
Paralleling this Is the revolu
tionary achievement of Ollmore
refinery engineers In applying tho
controlled power principle to the
manufacture of gasoline, according
to E. Ollbert, local branch man
ager, Ollmore Oil company.
"Automotive engineer after
much experimental and develop
ment work, found that efficiency
of motor performance depended
upon something other than mere
ly Increasing compression ratios,"
ssva Ollbert. "Laboratorr and
mechanical testing led to the dis
covery that when a charge of
gasoline and air Is taken Into the
combustion chambor and com
pressed beyond a certain limit,
the fuel out of control explodes
and produces a damaging knock
or detonation. Commonly called
a apark knock, but In reality
proven to be a fuel knock, this
detonation results In a loss of
power and apeed, causes the en
gine to overheat, ana brings
about etcenslye wear on all me-
PAGE SEVEN
chanlral and working parte.
Normally the charge of vapor
Isod gasoline and air should burn
alowly In the combustion cham
bor with a eto.'idy and complete
expansion, directing th power
when and where It la needed. Oil
mora englneera have aucceeded
In perfecting a new "Fortified"
fted I.lon gasoline that performs
Olympla' Grocery
1128 Main Street Acroa from Elk Hotel Phone 943
Delivery Service
THE JlJ
Plenty Parking Space
Saturday. Sunday
and Monday
Eggs
Local, etrictly
frcah medium
DOZEN
i
Ku oar In nilarr
Ollgar cloth bag
10 LBS.
49'
Milk
All
Brand
6 CANS
39
SNOWDRIFT
3-lb. Cans .
43c
CRACKERS
Salted wafers
2-lb. Box
25c
MATCHES
Satin tip '
Carton
25c
SOAP
CryHtal white
10 Bars
25c
CITRUS
Granulated
Lge. Pkg. ..
20c
PALMOLIVE
Toilet soap
4 Bars
19c
LIGHT GLOBES
40, 50, 60 watt C
2 For ..
PEANUT BUTTER
Highest quality .
in bulk 2 lbs. A
PIGS FEET, the best
you ever tasted 1A
Qt. Siie Jar Wl
yes...msetl t
CIIASEaSAIBOmaLOFFEt
: US
ttfTS II
LB.
CANS
28c
SSc
CATSUP, Heinz or Cros
se & Black well ffkf
Large Bottle 1VC
PINEAPPLE, broken
sliced, large can
2 Cans
KELLOGG'S WHOLE
WHEAT BIS-
CUITS, PKG. .... JLiX
One free with your
coupons.
OLEO, Nucoa, Troco, .
Gem Nut Ap.1
3 Lb Z5C
FLOUR
$1.39
ANCHOR
49 Lbs. ...
KITCHEN QUEEN
Hnrdwheat m
49 Lbs
DRIFTED SNOW
Home per- A aq
fected 49 lb. XOT
OLYMPIC, the famous
Sperry hard- f Wfl
wheat 49 Lbs. ?.e7
CLOROX
Qt. Size .
15c
GLOSS STARCH
or Corn
4 Pkgs.
25C
SYRUP, Staley's, Golden
or Crystal White
10 Lb. Can
69c
TISSUE, Gauze toilet
tissue, quality
6 Rolls
29c
OLIVE OIL, pure virgin
imported, use more olive
oil for your
health. Pts.
45c
Qts
H nl.
Ual
8Bc
...at. so
...$i.M
Potatoes 20 Lbs.
U. H, No. 1, In shopping lingn.
New Potatoes
0 MIS
250
Lettuce. Iced
Nloc, aolld huml. . . .
Oranges 2 Doz.
Nice, largo Juicy Suuklst.
45c
Lemons Doz.
Large, Jnlrjr SunklNt.
20c
Bananas Lb.
Qolilcn ripe. Large.
5c
STRAWBERRIES, CUCUMBERS, PEAS, STRING BEANS, SQUASH, HOT
HOUSE TOMATOES, EGG PLANT. PRICED RIGHT
Open Evenings and Sundays for Your Convenience.
In principle, In a motor like
amokeloaa powder In a lonf-rnngo
gun. When Irnltad, the mloro
cople flakea of totraethyl load
burn evenly throughout the vapor.
permitting an v.n, pertootly
tlmod txpanaloa of lit (anaea.
Maximum efficiency la engine
performance la the rult of tlili
"Controlled I'ower."
QUALITY Foods al LOW Prices
THESE SAVINGS FEA
TURED FRIDAY NOON
TO MONDAY NIGHT.
60
clhJL
3
DOG FOOD
Btrongbeart .
for your pets. Can
LIFEBUOY )
Healtb 4 - --! J
aoap.
CHOCOLATE
Oultturd'e aweetened
vac. packed. Lb, can
.250
UtUviJL
i
New Potatoes Lettuce
. Red or White Extra Crisp, Fresh
lbs. ...;.. 2 ""fU- ' -: 9C
Strawberries Grade ' m ,
Extra fancy No. 1 berries fresh 3 j( TJ'
picked, firm ripe 3 BOXES 19c Boxes
Oranges New Cabbage
Large Size Extra Sweet
One Orange f fn C'P Solid - gfm
Easily filU a Glass. II KC Heads. 4"C
DOZEN aieVW POUND U.
' - i I. X
Qj
BAKING POWDER
Schilling's Cream 12-ox.
of Tartar Can "C
MAYONNAISE
Best Foods Qt M.g
double whipped Jars 44 C
PINT JARS ........24s
PORK AND BEANS
Van Camps, are ;
cooked with rich Lge M
tomato sauce Cans lUC
FIG BARS
Fresh made, w
or whole wheat
Fresh made, white 2-lb.
3-Ib.
SNOWDRIFT
Fancy vegetable
shortening
4flA
Pkg. 7t
Pail 1VW
Syrup
Max-I-Mum, pure cane
and maple, Qt. jja
its good
Jug
Catsup
California Home
brand, all 14-ox. f 9f
tomato ' Bottle AV
Salt
Morton's or
Max-I-Mum
Shaker
For
15c
Matches
Favorite, sure
strike Boxes
Milk
Cottage brands
first L Tall
quality V Cans
Cheese
Kraft, swanky
jars spread
cheese Each
Olives
Golden Feather'
small Tall
ripe Cans
t
Apricots
Booth's tree Lge.
ripened fruit Cans
Pears
Bountiful .
quality '
halves
3 4A.
4Ut
55c
15c
13c
14c
Cans 15C
1?00 C InsPectei candled
oB graded extras
Fresh Extras, 19c
DOZ.
17c
AIRWAY COFFEE
Pure Brazilian blend, ground fresh to your
order. Coffee prices ; , 3-Lb. fM(.
are advancing LB. 20c Pkg. 9 I C
FANCY SHRIMP
Gulf Kist, fancy
pack, large fish
PINEAPPLE JUICE
Del Monte, a most
refreshing beverage
PEANUT BUTTER
Hoody's, fresh ground
Oregon product, in bulk
CANNED MEATS
Libby's, all
meat product
CRYSTAL WHITE
Billion Bubble
laundry soap
WHITE KING
Most economical
granulated soap
Can
lie
2Nc25c
LB.
lie
3 aA.
1UV
Cans
Zic
BAR 2
15c
Nucoa "i
or Holiday 2
Oleo Lbs.
Tissue '
Waldorf, soft 3
safe tissue Rolls "!
JeUo
All
flavors
Coffee
Maxwell House Lb.
vita fresh " Can
and other 2
Pk,. 5c
28c
Camels
and other,
cigarettes
1CA
Pkg.
salted wafers Pkg. m
Crackers
Grahams or 2-lb.
Spring (leaning
Supplies
At Low .
' Prices
Macaroni
Oregon curve 3-Lb. m q
cut Pkg. ItC
Cornmeal'
Vellow or white, fry
those fish : . 3-Lb. f Aj
in cornmeal. Pkg. XUW
Hersheys
Nut or plain 3 4A.
candy bars Bars XUC
Friday is Family
Circle Day. Ash
for Free Copy
Ml
mm
Savings at Klamath's Leading Quality Market
Fryers Izill kJd7 3 for
Short Ribs'- Ib.ge
Beef Roast lb, 13c
Bacon Nuggets lb
Sliced Bacon lb 29c
Beef Cubes : 2lbs 29c
Pickled Pig Feet2,b 25c
Shortening St.. 4 lb 35c
Halibut KST" lb-13c