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    Juno 11, 1042
TIERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PAGE SEVEN
SP HAN
DLES
LARGEST LOAD
II ITS HISTORY
Alrendy hundllnu Iho greatest
amount nf traffic In Its lilnlnry,
Southern I'nclflo litis on oven
greater wartime loud in prospect,
but with thu effective working
rclntlouitlilp Willi thu nilllliiry
and tho cooperation of shippers,
It will curry tho extrnonllnnry
loud with only such delay n
wur condition muy mnko Inevit
able. President A, T. Mcrclor, buck
In 8b n Francisco from nn oxtmi
llvo trip ovor Southern I'nclflc'i
lines and across tho country,
make this m'!iniHiK ceimncnt
in nicjuiigu to tha railroad's
employe in tho Juno issue of
the compuny mnguitlne, Just off
press.
The loud Southern Pacific cur
ried In 1U41, mcnaurod by ton
hauled ona inllo, wns mora then
88 por cent greater thun the
boom-tlmo record loud of 1021),
und io fur tl i lit yrur l mora thun
88 por cent greater thun In the
urns period of J 020, Mercler
iuy.
Income Not Proportionate
"But whllo our volume hui
greatly Increased," ha continues,
"It should nol be assumed thut
either revenue or nei Income hiiii
Increased proportionately. Thu
averneo revenue received In 1041
waa 28 per cent leu per ton
mile and 40 per cent leu per
passenger mile thun In 1020, Ex
penses, on the other hund, In
cludlnit wage and cost of ninny
kinds, have Increased substnntl
ally. Dl'ha revenue tha rullrond him
received huve been uiied to In
crenM) our ability to do tho war
time Job throtmh expamlon of
facilities and additions to equip
ment, and also have been used
to pay back soma of tho vast
sums tho company had to bor
row during tha depression
years."
Transportation
Hews
Freezing of Bus
Routes Will Nor
Affect Klamath
Tuesday's office of defense
transportation ruling ordering
discontinuance of bus express
routes, freezing of all present
passenger routus and pooling of
all competitive service, will have
no effect on the Klamath basin,
local bus officials snld Wednes
day. a hey snld that there are no
patltlvo lines In operation
through this district and no spe
cial express services. Route (reel
ing will not have any bearing on
the situation Inasmuch as It was
believed that no new services
were planned.
The only lines which might
be rogarded as competitive are
tha Mount Hood stages and tha
Greyhound lines, both of which
operate Portlnnd-Klnmnth Falls
schedules. Mount Hood, how
ever, runs north through Bond,
Mnupin and Madras, whilo Grey
hound takes the. Willamette pass
route through Eugene and other
valley towns.
LOST PANTS, SAVED FACE
PORTLAND VP) Fireman
Lawrence rolled out with
1 alarm,
In his haste he kicked his
punts and shoes under tha bed.
Madly ha groped for thorn, but
tha truck was roaring, ready
to move.
Thero was only one thing to
do, and he did It.
At tho flro It was not the
heat that mndo his fnca red.
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Prssldont A. T. Morclar, who
his returned to Ban Francisco
alter a tour ovor Bouthern Pa
elite's lines and cross-country
RAILROAD PERSONALITIES
Seal Inspector Hera H. O
Jnrksnn, Grent Northern scnle
Inspector from Seattle and for
mcr brldgo foreman on the
Kliimnlh division, was In Klnm
nth Falls on business Wodnesdny.
Transferred Here Mrs. Flor
ence Duly, employed by the
Grout Northern at Great Falls,
Mont,, hus been transferred to
the superintendent's office of the
GN here.
In tha City R. A. MnRniison,
ntullojiory storekeeper for the
Great Northern, was In the city
on business Wedncsdny.
Abbott Back Sid Abbott of
the superintendent's office of the
Great Northern has returned to
Klmnnth Falls after treatment at
the Mayo Brothers' clinic In
Rochester, Minn., and la expect
ed to be hock at his desk Mon
day morning.
Merrill
MERRILL Geraldlne Me-
Kendree, who was 10 years old
Jttna 9, was hostess at a picnic
pnrty In the box elder grove on
Iho McKendree ranch Tuesdny.
Tha guests enjoyed a whirlwind
of gnmcs and Geraldlne was
presented with a number of
pretty gifts In honor of the day.
Present for the picnic were Do
lores Stcelo, Laura Lou Hill,
Mnry Louise Enman, Sylvia
Kady, Lavao Griffith, Bess Lee
Bunch, Shirley Shell, Dot Ann
Fleming, Alice McKendree, Dale
Fleming and Martin Snyder,
IN THE MONEY NOW
DENVER VP) In October,
1020, a Portland, Ore., resident
wrote tho Denver and Rio
Grande Wcslcrn railroad, said
he once bent his wny on a
freight from Grand Junction,
Colo., to Denver, and asked
what the passenger fare was.
The railroad replied that H
was $11.83.
Ycstordny another letter from
tho Portlnndcr arrived at D
and R. G. W. offices. It con
tolncd tho money for the fare.
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DISPATCH OF CROP
SEED SPEEDED UP
CORVALLIS, June 11 VP)
Dispatch of Oregon winter cover
crop seed to the southern 'states
will bo speeded up this year
through a plan for shipping tho
seed on a purity lest alono with
out wailing for iho germination
tost formerly required.
Tha sluto AAA snld tho cus
tomary two-wcoks wait could bo
cut to two or three days. Tho
commodity credit corporation
will pay 80 per cent of tha top
prlco possible on tho purity test,
with tho remainder to bo puld as
soon as garmlnutlon Is deter
mined. Another stop to spaed tho
handling of the huge Oregon
crop was taken this week with
tha shipment nf mora than a mil
lion pounds of lust year's seed
from Oregon warehouses whore
It had remained since being har
vested too Into for use last fall.
The AAA hus agreements to
purchase at least half of the crop
of soma 350,000 acres of clover
crop seed this season to be ship
ped south for growing cover
crops on cotton land.
John Rogers, 79,
Found Dead in Bed
John Rogers, 70, a county aid
client of Pershing and Washburn
ways, was found dead In his bed
this morning, Sheriff Lloyd Low
reported.
Tho body was discovered by
Jim Lohey, 73, who lived with
Rogers In a shack in the cast su
burbnn district near the Tower
theatre, Low said Lahcy told
officers that Rogers complained
of being 111 last night. Ha snld
tho elderly man apparently died
during tho night.
Low said thut Rogers Is sur
vived by a brother In Canada
whoso exact whereabouts Is un
known The body is at the Earl
Whltlock funeral home.
Olene
Mrs. O. L. Brown, accompan
led by Mrs. Henry Grimes, drove
to Ashland Tuesday evening
Mrs. Brown will remain there
for several days to be with their
aunt, Mrs. Ed Bond.
Mrs. Fred Rolling Is 111 at the
Rolling home ln-Poe valley.
Mrs. Holen Sturman has been
visiting at the home of Mrs.
Nona Corpenlng at Tulelake
slnco Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Barnes
returned from Eugene Friday
evening, where they, were called
by the passing ' of Mrs. Zed
Barnes, Barnes' sister-in-law.
A family dinner is being held
at the Rowe Kinney home on
FUNNY BUSINESS
ii
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"My neighbor was Idling fish stories to the painters while
liis gnrage was being painted l'
Wcdnesdoy evening. The guest
of honor is Lieut. Oliver Kin
ncy, who is leaving soon for San
Francisco.
Little Sue Ann Grimes Is still
In a local hospital, but the fam
ily report sho is Improving and
they expect soon to bring her
home.
Mrs. Curtis Gcbhari and Mrs,
Marlon Barnes visited Sunday
with tho Boyd Bruners &t Hen
ley, and also at the home of
Webb Kcnnetts at Hager.
Members of Lost River grange
home economics club spent an
enjoyable afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Rose Laux in Klamath
Falls on Friday. The afternoon
was spent In Red Cross work and
visiting. Mrs. Sarah Stocum was
co-hostess with Mrs. Laux.
OVERSIGHT
SALT LAKE CITY VP) A
now fire station under construc
tion will be ready to go into
operation in a few weeks, but
There's no money to hire and
train a crew, says Commission
er Oscar McConkle. All avail
able funds already have been
appropriated.
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BtmmMMARTS OF
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Behind our Isr-fluna btttlo lmti, vait
trmy ol American men sad woman are
producing tanks, planas, ships and guns at
an arar-lncraaslng rata ol spaad. Never has
tha haalth, aificiancy, alarrness and stamina
el our wcrksrs meant so much. Thsae qual
(Has are naturally dependant upon wall
balancad dials ol NUTRITIONAL FOODSI
Down through the ages, FLOUR has played a vital part
in the fate oi men and nations. Each grain oi wheat con
tains a Uny ingredient (Vitamin Bi) without which we
become listless, moody and lacking in courage and
morale. Vitamin B,, always present in whole wheat flour
if now available in finest (Enriched) WHITE flour, to
gether with other important vitamins and minerals that
assist in promoting good health.
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Enriched (pfillr) Flour
and Whole Wheat Flour
are rick In th hlth-nnmottng
Vitamins and Minerals I .
' When you bake tasty, wholesome
bread, tamptina rolls, bisouits, cakes,
pastries, pancakes, wattles and other
delicious things with these quality
Crown flours, you may be sure that
you are providing your family with
all the nutritional value possible to
obtain from any flour.
Ask Your Oreeer for
chown noun
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Crown Sandwich Book
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ra i atom mills, ronuunx on.
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PUEBLO, Colo. OP) Sheriff
Tom Murphy, t an anxious
wife's request, hunted her miss
ing husband for two days.
Then he found the man, a
prisoner in Murphy's own coun
ty JalJ. He had shaved his mus
tache and given another name.
Positions Open Up
For Ditchriders
B. E. Hayden, reclamation su
perlntendent, said Thursday that
the service now has openings for
ditchriders and tha local office Is
anxious to receive applications
for this lob.
Anyone Interested should call
at the reclamation bureau office
In the federal building, he said.
FBI CONFAB HERE
PORTLAND, June 11 VP) Es
pionage and sabotage prevention
will be discussed In a series of
FBI conferences for Oregon
peace officers at Pendleton, June
18; Ontario, June 19; Bend, Juno
20; Klamath Falls, June 22;
Marshfield, June 23; Corvallis,
June 24; Astoria, June 23; Port
land, June 26.
White House Deaths
Only two presidents of the
United States have died In tho
White House, although six have
died in office. The two were
William Henry Harrison and
Zaehary Taylor.
Tp Relieve distress from M0NTHLY
FEMALE
WEAKNESS
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Compound to help rellew monthly
pain with IU ww. nervous Jeellnipi
due to monthly functional dis
turbances. It helps build up reeUi
tanca acalnst such dutreea of "dlffl
. cSt daja." Follow label directions.
JAP PRISONERS
TOKYO (From Japanese
Broadcast), June 11 VP) One
hundred and fifty-one U. S. war
prisoners, 84 officers and men
and 81 sailors, were transfer
red from Zentsu Jl to an Intern
ment camp at Osaka, Domel re
ported yesterday.
SQUADS OUTFITTED
PORTLAND, June 11 VP)
Gas-proof suits for decontamina
tion aquaua arrived nere yes
terday. Civilian defense of
ficials said there were 380 In the
shipment. More are expected.
RAF. fighter pilot operating
over the channel and German
occupied territory on the con
tinent carry no maps. They fly
entirely by compass and radio.
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Burn and Perspire
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