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    Juno 8, 1042
HERALD AND. NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS,, OREGON
FAGS THREE
FII AIITOR
RATIONED BY
i nnn onion
LUimL uumiu
Five com, 11 tiros, 2? reenps
nnd 21 tube word awarded qual
ified Klnmnth county residents
nt IiihI Thursday's meeting of the
ration boiird, It wn announced
toduy.
Tito automotive equipment
wu the only rationed morchan
dine granted. No typewriters or
business machine wore on this
'week'! Hut.
The list follows:
Lymnn Lon Dunn, two recaps,
trnnsportntlon to defense In
dustry, Troy V, Cook, four reenps, of-
flclnl Inspector.
tl , I .... ........ I . I. ...
11. aj. mi'lltl, tlltS ttlVltll, tttltl-
portntlon to defense Industry.
H. M, Alexander, two recaps,
carpenter nnd brldtio worker.
Cliff nnd ldn Jenkins, two ro
caps, supervision SP water main
tennuce. Klnnuith county school dis
trict, two reenps, school super
intendent. Frank A. Plerson, two tires,
delivery of U. S. mnll.
Jon Scott, Jr., two tubes, spe
cial deputy, U.S.I.S.
Crnne mills, one tube, lum
bering. Smlly Morris, four tidies, air
port worker.
W. D. Miller, ten tires, ten
tubes, construction.
M, J. Stewart, four reenps,
fnrm use.
W K Titiia. ttun rernns. hntil.
lug frelnht.
joe uoiinvonce, lour tires ro-
Cfljipcn, jour tunc, numing nr
base. Marie Dubois, two recaps,
farm use.
W. V. Whltlatch, two recaps.
farm use.
Wnlter S. Reynolds, one ear,
delivery of u. S. mall.
Ernest R. Lealhcrman, one
;cr, trnnsportntlon to defense
industry,
"Bob Hales, one car, transpor
tation io wnr industry.
Otto W, Olscn, one car, trans
portntlon to defense project.
Dr. A. A. Soule, one car, phy
slclan, LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned has been
. appointed Administrator of the
I estate of Arnold S. Fltzslmmons,
dcceaiad, by the Circuit Court of
Klamnth County, State of Ore
gon, Probata Department.
' All persona having claims
agnlnst said estate are hcroby
notified to present the same,
duly verified as by iaw required,
to the undersigned nt the office
of F. O. Small, 325 Main street,
within six months from the dnte
; of the first publication hereof.
LAWRENCE JOHN FITZ
SIMMONS J8I8-22-2B.No.73.
NOTICE OF CALL OF BONDS
NOTICE OF CALL FOR RE
DEMPTION is hereby given to
tho holders of the following City
of Klnmnth Fulls Bonds, to-wlt
CITY OF KLAMATH
. FALLS REFUNDING IM-
PROVEMENTS, SERIES D,
DATED JANUARY 1, 1937,
NUMBERS 251 to 350, IN
CLUSIVE. All of raid bonds re redeem'
nblo nt Iho option of tho City on
nny interest paying dale on or
after Jnnunry 1, 1942, and pur
suant to snid option to redeem,
notice Is hereby given Hint all of
Bald bonds aro called for re
demption nnd will bo redeemed
on tho first day of July, 1042
nnd snid bonds nro called for
redemption nnd will ba re
deemed nt tho fiscal ngoncy of
the Stnto of Oregon In Now York
City, New York, or at tho offlco
of tho City Treasurer of tho City
of Kliimntli Falls, Oregon, tho
places of pnymont provided
therein.
Interest on said bonds will
censo on said date nnd no further
interest will bo pnid thereon.
RUTH O. BATH IAN Y,
City Tronsurcr.
MS; Jl, No. 00.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
KLAMATH IN PROBATE.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF FREDERICK J
11ACELSTEIN, ALSO
KNOWN AS FRED HAGEL
STEIN, Docensci!,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tlmt I hnvo filed my FINAL AC
COUNT and report as adminis
trator of tho estate of Frodorick
J. Hngclstoin, nlso known as
Fred Hngolstoln, deceased, and
tho nbovo Court has filed ten
o'clock A. M. of Monday, July
27, 1942, ns tho time, and the
Circuit Courtroom In the Court
tllouso In Klnmnth Falls, Oregon,
ns tho place, when and whoro
nny person may present any ob
jections or exceptions to any
thing therein contained, and nt
the snid lime nnd place tho Court
will finally settle snid account.
GEORGE HAGELSTEIN,
Administrator of snid Estate.
MlM8-2!3:Jl-8.No.ei
Portland
Produce
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llr-tu, VI'TUd, Uujltif irktl. toliti, M-Kc!
liana, tftc lb.
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Hi. I rll.Wit, tf-SW III,
IIAVltrlNm Hl truckil Alfalfa, ho,
I, 121 tnl oatMlrli. Ill fit. Vlk)t
(irlcMI Wlllauil! tluar, 110 lull, ftt't
iMitnUt tlttuitlty. aailftti Ofi-atm,
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lalltta. muoltf UII li"l. ""I tmUtirra.
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c tb.l yuMtis latnlia, lSO0 lb. ra-ra,
J-IOc lb.
POTATOES
CHICAGO, June 8 (AP-US-DA)
Potatoes, arrivals 304; on
inir-k :I2R. total. US shinmcnts
Sat. 803, Sun. 49; supplies lib
eral for uatltorma Lmn wiiiw
demand good, market steady
ui 1 1 h iliuhtlv stronuvr under
tone; for Southern Triumphs
demand good at slightly lower
niMi mnrVCAL llllllillV wenKer
ralllnmla l.nrn! Whites US No
1, $2,00-3.12 v; Louisiana uuss
Triumph US No. 1, S2.70-8O;
Mlaalaalnni Rliu TrltimnhS US
No. 1, $2.70-75; Alabama- Bliss
Triumphs US No. 1, z.bu-s.iu
HOHTOK WOOL.
BOSTON, June 8 (AP-USDA
Demand for eastern fleece woofs
uiara uarv ritifet todav an the
Boston market. Fine bright De
laine fleeces were quoted at o
to 48 cents, grease basis, and
,nma unlUnff wns reiKrtcd. Medi
um bright fleeces of three-
eighths blood combing wools,
fmrA! wara minted At &Q to 51
cents, grease basis, but no sales
were made. Brignt one-quarter
blood combing fleeces, graded.
were quoted at ou w ai cenu.
Oysters change sex from male
to female, and from female to
male.
TOO LATE TO
CLASSIFY
HARDWARE MAN
WANTED
Steady position, good poy
for mor with suitable expe
rience. Knowledge of hard
ware lines absolutely essen-
tiol. Real opportunity for right
man.
Call 8396 after 7:30
Monday night
6-8
MODERN 4-ROOM double con
structed house, good condition,
hnrdwood floors, fireplace
concrete foundation, paved
street, assessments paid. Ex
cellent neighborhood. Phone
' 7073. 8-10
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, $4.00 and $4.50. 410
So. 5th. 8-13
FOR SALE Dark bay gelding
snddlo horse, Cnn be seen at
Sunset Horse Ranch morn
lngs, Prlco $85. 6-10
WOMAN COOK at Round-Up,
Bnr-B-Q, 2518 South 8th,
1938U
FURN ISHED five-rooms. Two
bedrooms. Closo In.- Inquire
820 Washington, 8-10
FOR RENT 8-room house, ono
block from Mnln St. Recon
ditioned Inside nnd outside,
Inquire 1527 Oregon Ave, 8-9
FOR RENT Furnished modern
house. Clcnn. Reasonable,
Phono 8320. 6-8
FURNISHED APARTMENT
535 N. 11th. Phone 4229, 8-10
FOR RENT 4-room house.
Phono 4427, 8-8
OIL TO BURN For Union heat
ing oils phono 8404, Klnmnth
Oil Co., 815 Klnmhth, B-30mtf
48 Business Opportunities
FOR SALE Account govern
ment service. Will sacrifice
for $2250, fully equipped cock-
tnil lounge, bar and grill. On
sale liquor, beer and wlno
licenses, Located Dunsmuir,
Calif., opposite ball park,
Write or phone, J, P. Davis,
828 North Highway, 'Duns
muir, Calif. Phono 145. 6-9
FOR RENT OR LEASE Mod
ernly equipped drive-in nnd
gas pump with lnrge quoin.
South Lakevlew, Oregon. C.
H, Lange, owner. 8-10
mm
N SPITE OF
1DHEI
NEW YORK, June 8 (AP)
Rallying power waned in today's
stock murkct notwithstanding
the best war news since the start
of the world conflict.
Closing quotations:
American Can 681
Am Cor & Fdy , 22K
Am Tel it Tel 120i
Anaconda 24 i
Cat Tractor ........ 33
Comm'nw'lth it Sou ............732
General Electric 26i
General Motors 38
Gt Nor By pfd ... 211
Illinois Central 8
Int Harvester 47
Kenneeott ...... 271
Lockheed 17
Montgomery Ward 30
Naah-Kelv 5
N Y Central 7
Northern Pacific 5s
Pac Gas & Ei 10
Packard Motor 2t
Pcnna R -H 181
Republic Steel .. 14s
Rlchflt-ld Oil 81
Safeway Stores ... .... 34J
Scars Hocbuck 6i
Southern Pacific lit
Standard Brands . 31
Sunshine Mining 31
Trans-America ........ 4
Union Oil Calif 101
Union Pacific 881
U S Steel , 47
Warner Pictures 81
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK
PORTLAND, Ore., June 8 (AP-
USDAl CATTLE, salable 1750,
total 2250; calves, salable and
total 225; market active, mostly
steady to strong; some fed steers
15-23 hiKiicr; medium-good fed
steers largely $12;25-$13i0;
loads 1070 and 1088 lb. $13.75;
grass fnt steers $11.50-$12.25;
common steers down to $10.00;
good fed heifers $12.00-50; grass
fat heifers $U.50-$12.00; com
mon . S8.O0-S10.O0; canner and
cutter cows $6.25-$7.75; fat
dairy cows up to $9.00; medium
good beef cows $9.00-$10.25; odd
head $11.50; good-choice vealers
steady at $13.50-$14.50, extreme
top $14.75.
HOGS, salable 3200, , fotal
4uuu; marKct lower; good-
choice 170-215 lb. drive-ins
$13.85 to mostly $14.00; one
choice lot $14.10; carloads
$14.00; 230-300 lb. $12.75-$13.50;
liKht lights $r2.75-$13.25; good
325-800 lb. sows $10.00-$11.25;
liKht weights up to 11,75; gnixj
choico feeder pigs $12.50-$13.50
SHEEP, salable 1500, total
5200; market active, steady;
good-choice spring lambs mostly
$13.75, few .$14.00; common-
medium $11.00-$12.50; old crop
shorn Iambs and yearlmgs $8.00-
$9.50; good shorn ewes 4.50-
$5.00; common S2.50-S3.25.
8. F. LIVESTOCK .
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO,
Juno 8 (VP) (Fcd.-State Market
News SBC) Cattle salable 400.
Fed steers absent; largely grass
run; steady; about two loads
940-1040 lb. grass steers- $12,
load medium 1186 lb. grass
steers $11.00, several loads
$10.25-75; medium to good heif
ers scarce; ono load good 1230
lb grass-fat cows $9.35; aged
medium cows and dairy cows
weak to 25-40 cents lower,
heavy dairy cows $7.00-25, can
ners $4.50-5.00; bulls steady,
bulk $0.50-10.50; few $10.75
Calves salable 25. Steady; few
good 250 lb. vealers $13.00; me
dium to good calves $10.00-12.
Hogs salnble 850; around 15c
higher; bulk good 185-325 lb.
bnrrows and gills $14,75; pack
age good sows $12.25,
Sheep snlnble 850; strong
package spring Iambs $13.50,
two decks medium to good
$12,75; pneknges medium to
good shorn yearlings $9,50-
10.50; cull to medium shorn
ewes $1.50-3.25,
Japs Hove Lost 4
Planes to Our
One, Arnold Says
MOUNT PLEASANT, In.,
June 8 m Lieut. Gen. H. H,
Arnold, commander of the
United Slates army air force
declared hero today that "for
every ono of our planes shot
down, tho Japs have lost four.
In an address prepared for
tho 100th annunt commence
ment of Iowa Wesleyan col
lege, at which ho received an
honorary doctor of laws de
gree, the general said "the day
of reckoning Is not as far off
as some pcopto think.
Brand Shows 3 to 1
Lead Over Ashurst
SALEM, Jino 8 fP) Su
preme Court Justice James T,
Brand won rcnomination in the
May 15 primary election by a
3 to 1 margin over former Cir
cuit Judge Edward B. Ashurst
of Klamath Falls, official to
tals showed today.
Brand received 150,384 votes,
compared wlt Ashurst's 49,
8B8. " " " "'
Jungles Stab
Sends Transient
To Hospital Here
(Continued from Page One)
Seaton, 27, employed on the Lis
key ranch, police said.
Officers also arrested GuBde-
lupe Maes, Armenia Brown and
Eugone Weeks, alt of Beatty, and
held them for questioning.
Cornell told police he was
born in Salem July 6, 1910, and
hla father, Henry Cornell, now
lives In Redding, Calif.
British Advise
French People to
Leave Coast Area
(Continued from Page One)
away at the earliest possible mo
ment. For those who don't have
the possibility to go, we repeat
with new insistence some of the
instructions contained in notice
No. 1."
The notice acknowledged that
the Germans would place diffi
culties in the way of the evac
uation, but urged Frenchmen to
overcome such obstacles.
Editorials on News
(Continued From Page One)
Jap attacks to break America's
growing sea power Is the only
courte left to the enemy.
The war isn't over yet. It will
take more than one bad beating
to lick the Japs.
But we can rejoice that Ameri
can brains, initiative and HIT
TING POWER have been equal
to the task laid upon them.
yHE Japs, according to Ad-
miral King, threw the BULK
of their sea power into the at
tempt to take Midway.
They FAILED.
So, in addition to the material
damage Inflicted upon them,
they have suffered incalculable
psychological damage because of
their failure In their most deter
mined effort to take a position
of major importance.
A WORD as to the major im
portance of Midway.
It is an ADVANCED BASE.
In our possession. It U both a de
fense for Hawaii and a jumping-
off place for attack on Japan.
In Jap hands, it would be a
threat to Hawaii and a defense
for Japan.
; .. ' t,
TF you want to understand both
the principle and the Import
ance of bases, try crossing vast
waterless, fuelless, foodless des
ert. You can't do It. You'll run out
of gasoline and STARVE.
But If, a step at time, you
first establish supply depots
(bases) you CAN do it.
.
THERE seems little doubt that
the Japs had it in mind to
tk first the base at Midway,
then the base at Hawaii and af
ter that, if all went well in the
meantime, to GO AFTER US.
Courthouse Records
MONDAY
Complaints Filed
Etta Lorraine . Couch Fallow
versus Nicholas Elmer Fallow,
Suit for divorce. Charge, cruel
and inhuman treatment, couple
married in Weiser, la., Decem
ber 12, 1840. W. Lamar Town-
send, attorney for plaintiff,
Milton Lowell Pond versus
Marguerite S. Pond. Suit for di
vorce. Charge, cruet and inhu
man treatment. Couple married
In Salem. Ark., December 21,
1929. Plaintiff asks that defend
ant be awarded custody of minor
child. J. C, O'Neill, attorney for
plaintiff.
Commercial Finance corpor
ation versus Gilbert Carl Nel
son and Olivia R. Nelson. Plain
tiff asks return of personal prop
erty or $853,80 and costs. Clar
ence Humble, attorney for plain
tiff.
Jacob Hirvl versus Elvira
Hirvi. Suit for divorce. Charge,
desertion. Couple married In
California, May 3, 1909. Fred
O. Small, attorney for platnttu,
Decree
Cora B, Stewart versus Theo
dore E. Stewart. Plaintiff award
ed divorce by default on grounds
of cruel and inhuman treatment
and granted custody of two minor
children. George Chastain, at
torney for plaintiff.
Dismissal
Joseph Harrcll, doing business
as the Eugene Flying service,
versus Louis W. Soukup, doing
business as the Oregon Aircraft
service. Suit to collect $2495.52
and costs dismissed on stipula
tion of counsel. Harris, Bryson
and East, attorneys for plaintiff,
D, E, Van Vaetor, attorney for
plaintiff.
Marriage Appticationt
BI W ER-G ALLOW AY. Herman
Francis Biwer, 23. Resident of
Klamath Falls, native of Mon
tana. Gayle Madeline Galloway,
23, bookkeeper. Resident of
Klamath Falls, native ot Kan
sas, Justice Court
Mozello Katherine FerrlR.
Improper license plates. $10
bond forfeited,
Louis Ladd. No muffler. Fined
$5.50.
Merle Monroe Huntley. Speed
ing in truck. Fined $5,50,
Carl Jarschke. No operator'
license." Fined' $?,
ENEMY MUST
ACT OR ADMIT
FULLDEFEAT
(Continued from Page One)
the assertion that Pearl harbor,
the fleet base for which Midway
is the westernmost outpost,
"must be held at ail costs" be
cause it Is "the key to the Pa
cific," Dutch Harbor Action
King linked the Midway ac
tion with the bombing attack on
Dutch Ijarbor, Alaska, where, he
disclosed, battle maneuvers ot an
unspecified nature were stilt In
progress. But he described the
overall situation off Dutch har
bor as somewhat obscure due to
the fact that since the bombing
Wednesday there have been sev
eral periods of bad weather in
that area and also to the fact
that he does not question his
commander in the field about
g-tta-yortt fictions except when sfe
solutely necessary.
Br WALTER B. CLAUSEN
PEARL HARBOR, June 8 (AP)
A once mighty Japanese naval
force, reported to constitute the
bulk ef that country's sea power.
today limped westward in des
perate retreat from Midway is-
land,4ts proud units pounded by
an American defense turned
into a shattering offense.
The enemy appears to be
withdrawing," said Admiral
Chester W. Nimitz, commander-
MMk' '. WdlrK: -
Them's plenty ef action for young men of FS ant 19 in tb
Army and yott tan cfiooso your own branch of rvht
For every red-blooded young American
who wants to serve his country, this latest
announcement bythcArmyis good news.
If you are IS and not yet 20 years old,
and otherwise qualified, you can now
enlist for active duty in any one of the
eight combat branches you select. The
opportunity tor choose wiit no longer be ,
yours after you pass 20.
Perhaps you have been wishing you
could get into one special branch of ser
vice where you can do the things you
like best. In the Infantry, for example,
there's a chance for you to become a ski
trooper, a parachute trooper, a machine
gunner, or specialist in one of many
other fields.
If you have a talent for radio com
munication, you'U find interesting oppor
in-chief of the Pacific fleet.
"Contact was lost during last
night." ,
But even should the Japanese
make good their escape, it will
be only at the cost of at least
three warships sunk. It or more
others damaged and the virtual
ly complete destruction of their
protecting air arm.
Against this formidable score,
the only announced American
losses in equipment were one
destroyer sunk by a submarine
one aircraft carrier hit by a
bomb and some planes missing.
Loss of the U, S, destroyer
was acknowledged in the same
communique in which Nimitz
told of the enemy's apparent
withdrawal. But it was offset by
official word that a Jap destroy
er also had been sent to the bot
tom and that additional damage
had been infiieted on two enemy
cruisers.
Crew Picked Up
The crew of the lost V, S. de
stroyer, Nimitz said, was picked
up by other ships "with- small
loss of life." The admiral was
uncertain whether the report of
fresh damage to Japanese
cruisers referred to further hits
on vessels previously damaged
or represented entirely new suc
cesses.
As the three-day faaiue of the
central Pacific seemed to be
nearing its finish in what was
likely to be the greatest single
victory of American naval his
tory, messages of congratulation
began to arrive at Kimitz" head
quarters here.
"The splendid victory at Mid
way has aroused the greatest en
thusiasm throughout this area,"
General Douglas MacArthur ad
vised the admiral from Aus
tralia. "The prune minister of
Australia has asked me to join
his felicitations. My own pride
tunities in the Signal Corp. And if
you're mechanically inclined, the Air
Force or the Armored Force wBt give
you just the training and experience
you're looking for. -
Other branches which you can Join are
the Cavalry, the Engineer Corps, the
: Field Artillery and the Coast Artillery
each a splendid training for your future.
You'll be given every opportunity to
learn and to advance. Men under 21 can
now win Army commissions, and if you
U. S. ARMY
219 Pert Offic
and satisfaction are boundless,
We will not fail,"
Mounting Jap Disaster:
Nimitz communique announc
ing the Japanese retreat aug
mented three previous reports
telling m story of mounting dis
aster for the enemy. It came on
a day which, the admire; said,
found the Hawaiian area auiet
"except for minor submarine ac
tivity," in sharp contrast to the
date six months before when Ja
pan started war in the Pacific
with its attack on Pearl har
bor, Nimitz in earlier communi
ques reported the sinking of two
and perhaps three Japanese air
craft carriers and the destruc
tion or damage of at least IS
other enemy warships.
He said that all the planes on
the two definitely sunk carriers
were lost and that one or two
other enemy carriers were dam
aged with the loss of most of
their planes.
Other enemy warships listed
as casualties were three battle
ships damaged, one heavily; four
cruisers damaged, two heavily;
three transports damaged, and
the destroyer reported sunk in
last night's communique. The
same announcement said it -was
not yet determined whether the
two cruisers were in addition to
cruisers reported damaged in
earlier reports. Nimitz taid some
of the enemy warships damaged
were - so thoroughly battered
they may not be able to reach
their bases. ; . . .
SHIP TORPEDOED
WASHINGTON, June 8 m
The navy announced today a
small United States merchant
vessel' had been torpedoed in
the Caribbean area. Survivors
have been landed at an east
coast port. The navy said.
ntcnuiri ho and
fMSUCTfOM JCSVJCC
'
Building, Kismath fa!!,
TIN-TICK
il KILLS
KLAMATH IH
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he thought the truck ' esgmt
might have stalled as it cam
up an incline to cross the
tracks, Rennspiech s&H the en
gine struck the truck and sent
it over Use embankment1, throw
mg pie motor some 166 feet
and the radiator grille 25 feet
from Use machine. ' ;
Both men were moved from
the cab by Rennspiech whQ'safd
Hemrich died ft moment after
he reached the two. " ' : ' ;
Hemrich came to the United
States in 1920. He ha bee
employed in the Tulelake area
and in the county. Friends said
he had never married and ia
thought to have relatives " in
Germany. At the time of his
death, Hemrich was eperating
a farm near Merrill which he
leased from Lee McMuIIeru .
ALLENBY GRADUATES -
SHEPPARD FIELD, Tex.-.
Pvt. Duiiaia Aiieuuy, son ez Ilir.
and Mrs. T. N. Allenby of Keno, -Oregon
was graduated May 29
from the world's largest air
corps technical school, . Shep
pard Field, where he has at
tended classes for the past five
months, He was attached, to
the 315 Technical School squad
ron here.
Air-borne V, S, Infantry
show qualities of leadership yoa will hava
your chance ta attend an Officers' Candi
date School, or you can qualify as aa
Aviation Cadet in the Army Air Forces.
YottH tike the splendid new equip
mentcars, trucks, tanks, planes, guns
that you'll be using. And you'll enjoy
the sound physical condition, the friend
ship and she thrills of Army life.
Without obligating yourself in an?
way, you can get full information and
literature at the nearest Army Recruiting
and Induction Station. Discuss the idea,
with your parents and tell year friends
about it, America needs young men lika
you, and needs them now. Let's gol .
Orege - R