Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 12, 1942, Page 8, Image 8

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    PAGE EIGHT
Substantial Gain
Made in KlamathV
Assessment Value
Klfiiuath .'. county's Sissssed
valuation for 1942 for real and
personal property totals $22,
873,655. an increase of $324,
880 over last year, It was an
nounced Friday by County As
sessor Charles H. Mack. ,
This is the largest Increase in
assessed values in the county
for several years. The 1942 fig
ure is the highest since 1933.
The total announced by Mack
Friday docs not Include utility
assessments, which are deter
mined by the state tax commis
sion. Real property vnjuei showed
a decrease for the oar, going
to $17,146,945, as against $17,
246,655 last year. This loss,
however, was offset by a sub
stantial increase in personal
property valuations.
Personal property jumped
$423,530, or from $5,442,810
last year to $5,866,340 this year.
The items mainly responsible
for this Increase were merchan
dise and stock in' trade, up
$217,800, and cattle, up $167,
070. . Mack explained that merchan
dise values went up due to two
factors: assessments were made
on January 1 instead of March
1, covering more stock; inven
tories are generally valued high
er this year due to price In
creases. The factors behind the cattle
gain were: the number is, high
er than a year ago; price in
creases have brought higher
values.
Commercial aviation's latest
contribution to this country's
all-out war effort is a giant
four-motored troop transport,
capable of carrying; at least 42
fully armed and equipped, men
across the ocean...
SYNOPSIS OF AXXTMl STiTKMIST '
-OF THE
NIW YORK LIFI INSURAHOI COMPANY
of Kew York la toe State of Sew York, oa
ihi Uitrty-firit dsy of December, made
to tat lnianuice Commissions of too Stat
of Oregon, pursuant to lav:
- - Income
Total premium tooome for tha .
jear .'"." "
Interest, dividends and real
estate income received during
the jear Ul.tM.U7J0
Income from other source re
ceived during the year 78,167,710.90
Total meome .
Dieburaementl
Paid for loatef, endowments,
annulUea and lurreader
values
Dividends paid to policyhold
ers during uie year .
Commissions and salaries paid
daring- the year
Taxes, lieeases- and feea paid
during the year
Amount of all other expendi
tures ,ua,tt7.u
Total expenditures SStS,5,673.
Assets
Talus of real estate owned
(market value)
Loans on mortgages
value OI Donas owned (amor
tized or Investment) l,MC,71,t3.01
Value of stocks owned (mar
ket value) 81,000,1(7.00
Premium notes and policy
loans ; tW,eM,l.67
Cash In banks and on hand
(includes IS8.U in transit) O.iK&tM
Interest and rents due and se
emed t7,M,0.M
Xet uncollected and deferred
premiums l,7,5ts.50
Other assets (net) .
St.!
Total admitted assets . n.S74SS,7st.06
Securities valued at H(.M0,55.i.
are deposited as required by '
lew,
Uabllltles '
t reserves B.ue.eM.tM.OO
Gross claims for losses unpaid 10.S31JSO.00
JM other liabilities - - M1,S05,71!.M
Total liabilities,
except
capital
ei,7M,W,5.l
Surplus reserved for General
Contingencies I 1S7,99IKK.SS
Total
!.97,IM,7SS.06
BuslnsM In Orsaon for tha Year
Vet premiums and annuities re
celved during the year f 1,425,107.19
TXvldflnds paid during the year . S31,S8.gt
Ket losses and claims, endow
ments, surrenders, and an
nuities paid during the year 1.S43.M4.S9
NIW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
GKOIIOE L. HARRISON. Pres.
WILLIAM F. BOHLFPS, Sec.
Statntorr resident attorney for service,
a. A. nurham. Public Service Bldg., 010
S. W. th Ave., Portland
FREE
Delivery
Phone 4282
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White HENS ....1... ... Lb. 23c
Turkeys ; ;.: Lb 33c
Fancy Bacon, by the piece .. Lb. 29c
Ii!i;il!,i!lll!lliini!iiiil I I ll ! ,ill
BRIEFS
Return Horn Mrs. Albert
Ladiner arid daughter, La Des-
sa, and her mother, Mrs. J. II.
Morris, returned Wednesday
from a trip to San Diego and
Mexico. While south they visit
ed Mrs. Ladiner's brother, Mark
K. Brown and family, and her
cousin, Lieutenant Arthur Som
ers of the United States navy.
The three were gone two weeks.
Ed Clark Visits Ed Clark,
now of Castella and a former
resident of Klamath Falls, was
a visitor here Thursday and
Friday. Clark is employed by
Copco at Castella. He has been
visiting his former home at
Vancouver,- Wash. ,
Editor on Visit Thornton
Gale, editor and publisher of
the Lakeview Examiner, was
in Klamath Falls on a visit Fri
day. Phillips Named
Grand Master of
Masonic Lodge
PORTLAND, June 12 0P
Clarence D. Phillips of Portland
is the new grand master of the
Masonic grand lodge of Oregon,
elected, at the closing session of
the 92nd annual state meeting
here yesterday.'
. Officers named to serve with
him: Fred W. Hartman, Portland,
junior grand warden; R. Edwin
Pinney, Portland, grand treas
urer; D. Uufus Cheney, Portland,
grand secretary; Edward D- Beat-
ty, Corvallis, senior grand
deacon; Walter Ransom. Eugene,
junior grand deacon; Kohler
Betts, Athena, senior grand
steward; George Griffith, Fort
land, junior grand steward; E.
Leroy Hiatt, Roseburg, grand
standard bearer; Cassius Hum
phreys, La Grande, grand pur
suivant; James Millar, Portland,
grand chaplain; John H. Rankin,
Portland, grand orator; Enoch B.
Carlson, Portland, grand mar
shal; Arthur Molesworth, Port
land;' grand tyler.
VITAL STATISTICS
BIRTHS
BOWNE Bom. at Hillside
hospital, Klamath Falls, Ore.,
June 8, 1942, to Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Bowne, 425 - Laguna
street, a boy. Weight: 8 pounds
4 ounces.
BATES Born at Hillside hos
pital, Klamath Falls, Ore., June
7, 1942, to Mr. and Mrs. Al
Bates, ' 2134' Oregon avenue, a
boy. Weight: 8 pounds 12
ounces.
WAKEMAN Born' at . Hill
side hospital, Klamath Falls,
Ore., June 4, 1942, to Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Wakeman, Shasta
way, a boy. Weight: 7 pounds
3 ounces. Name: Roger Lee.
Wood substitutes account for
250 pounds of aluminum alloy
in each plane, while the new
steel will replace almost 1000
pounds of aluminum alloy per
plane. ' ;
; The first enclosed cabin air
plane was built in 1912 by
Bleriot, and was flown by Le
gagneux. i
Nearly 15,000 women are cur
rently employed in plane pro
duction work.
TRULOVE'S
Chicken Center
919 East Main
Heads
Lb.9c
Hog
Sweets, Yes!
: - I
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fW: X "1
Take sugar rationing in your
with delicious tea treats like thttol Just "that something" for a
cup of tea yet not a grain of sugar needed. Try thorn on your
next Red Cross group.
Tea
Cream together 1 cup of pea
nut butter and 1 cup of chopped
dates. Spread on 12 graham
crackers. Garnish with halved
marshmallows, cut to form gar-1
Ninth Home Added to List
Of "Nails" Gang Entries
A ninth residence in the city
was added to the long list of
homes visited by the two-man
gang, "The Nails," Wednesday
and Thursday, as juvenile offi
cers continued to gather evi
dence against the 12 and 14-ycars-old
whose brief crime wave
ended on the hills over Pacific
Terrace.
Hans Jorgcnson, 1830 John
son street, told police he -found
TTie Nails scrawled on walls
of his home and some keys re
moved. A small revolver was
also missing, Jorgcnson told po
lice. Parents of the two boys were
Alaska Sets Up
Civilian Defense
WASHINGTON, June 12 UP)
An Alaska war. council, which
is to be primarily a civilian de
fense agency for the territory,
was created today by a presi
dential . executive, order. Its
chairman 'will be Gov. Ernest
Gruening.
The council was directed to
maintain close liaison with mil
itary authorities so that the con
duct of federal civil activities
will be in "closest possible con
formity with military require
ments," and to make recom
mendations on "the safety and
security of the civilian popula
tion of Alaska."
Soan will be mnri nlorififul
than ever this year, because of
the military demand for explo-j
sives made from glycerine, j
Soap is a by-product of this!
manufacturing. !
. Schools to train personnel for
civilian defense will be con
ducted by the American Legion
in every state. Instructors will
be selected from the Legion
membership.
Read Classified Ads for Results
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FA1LACE
GROCERIES AND MEATS
Phone 4109 , A Home Owned Store $24 Main St Frta Dtllvary Phon 4109
Fren Parking '. Customer Parking Lot at 5th and Pin We Resarv Right to Limit
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
R. H. Field's Central Point
Strawberries
In Fresh Saturday Morning '
String Beans . 2 lbs. 25c
Zucchini Squash
3 lbs. ....... 25c
Fresh Corn .... Ear 5c
Watermelons ... Lb. 4c
SPECIALS
cYnetClu2 Borene noy.r !
coffee Laundry fio.p Gelatin and
1 c" 33c 6 B.r. 25c Puddings
Sunshln. A 17c
Del Mont. Fancy GfahaiTI Pkg.
Peaches, Pears. Crackers
Figs Lb. ;rup,,ysrncr
Fruit, for Salad 2 Bo 33C Ripe OllVCS
Gingham, 650 Sh.t No. 1 lf i
.jM3JC Toilet Tissue c" '
Sperry' 4 Roll 19c F Klamath Brick
Pancake Flour Sego Milk Cheese
"tLb- 69c 4 35c Lb 29c
HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Sugar, No!
stride, and you'll com forth
Treats
nish. (Incidentally, graham
crackers are such favorites them
selves, serve a few plain along
with the tea treats as shown
in the picture.)
contacted Thursday afternoon by
juvenile authorities. Both boys
have been in difficulty and their
parents said they "thought they
had straightened out." The two
will be given a hearing before
Circuit Judge David R. Vanden
berg at 10:30 o'clock Monday
morning.
The step-father of the older
boy said he was willing to pay
his share of the damage which
officers said they had not yet
estimated. He holds a respon
sible position here, it Is under
stood The 14-ycar-old was be
ing held in the county jail, the
12-year-old and "leader" of the
gang, is at the county infirmary.
Jap Volunteer
Labor Saves Crop
PORTLAND, June 12 ()
Eastern Oregon's sugar beet crop
was saved by 300 Japanese vol
unteer laborers tipping the bal
ance, R. B- Taylor of Adams
told the Oregon U. S. depart
ment of agriculture war board
here today. v
He said that only 1000 of 21,
000 acres of sugar beets in the
Nyssa area had to be plowed
under. The rest will be thinned
within a week.
Last year's production rate of
airplanes by America alone was
more than five times the total
war losses announced by Eng-.
i tt 1
laiiu.
Special for
Assorted
Raisin, Coconut and
Chocolate
Limit 2 Lbs. to Customer
Montgomery Ward
Rib Boil... .Lb.
Blad. Cut 40 fllC
Pot Roast ... Lb. 2(7
Bonel.s java, a
Stew Beef ...Lb. 30
.
Shoulder tt
Veal Steak . . . Lb. 32
FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
TULELAKE C OF C
RECESSES TIL JULY
T U L E L A K E Pressure of
work for the next few weeks
necessitates recess for mem
bcrs of the chamber of com
merce, regular meetings to be
resumed July 13, It was annnuiv
ced following this week's session
where loose ends of business
wcro finished before adjourn'
mont.
With resumption of regular
meetings, the plan for the prtv
posed cut-off road between Tulo-
liike and Dorris will be put tin
der pressure again; by that time
returns from resolutions recent'
ly drafted and sent to senators
of Oregon and California, to
Llcut.-Gcn. John L. DcWitt, and
to service orgutmntions in Klam
ath Falls, Merrill and Mulln can
be expected, It was stilted.
The value of tha proposed
short cut, which should traverse
in part 12 miles of dike now be
ing constructed by .the US bio
logical survey on Lower Klam
ath lake, would be to shorten
the distance between Tulelnke
and the county sent at Yrckn.
Gordon Jacobs of the Siskiyou
county board of supervisors,
who made a recent survey of
tho proposed route, believes that
the cutoff would be of benefit
and that It is possible that some
solution for financing it may be
worked out. It would be neces
sary to widen the dike as it Is
being hullt to allow for two-way
traffic. The possibility that tho
road might bo of military valuo
has been advanced.
Special meetings of the cham
ber may be called in the interval
that regular meetings are not be
ing held. It was announced by
Mrs. Sarah Welsh, secretary, fol
lowing this week's meeting.
Eight Army Fliers
Perish in Crash
SARASOTA. Fla., June 12 'PI
Eight army fliers were killed
and two injured early today
when a four-englned bomber
crashed into Sarasota bay.
Major Gardiner Flske, Sara
sota air base Intelligence officer,
said the heavy ship had cleared
the runway on a pre-dawn train
ing flight and gone about a mile
when it went out of control. It
landed on its back in a foot and
a half of water about 200 feet
from shore and two of tho crew
were pulled from the wreckage
with only minor injuries.
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Saturday
Cookies
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II
Natty Nurse
f: 1
mi. ,,Amm2lSSSJI
Carol Murtln models new sum
mer outfit U. S. Novy nurses will
toon be wearing.
WORKERS NEEDED
PORTLAND. June 12 (TV
Portland's war industries will re
quire an additional 70,000 train
ed workers within the next six
months, A. G. Johnson, coordi
nator for the U. S. employment
service, said today.
Cooper Here Forrest Coop
er, Lukcview attorney and sec
retary of the Lako county cham
ber of commerce, was a visitor
hero Frldny.
2MLf, MeaU
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V : B I V 1 1 Ghlrardelll
Fresh Ground 1
Beef 2 Lb. 45c 1
Rib Boiling I
i Beef Lb. I6c I
l Beef Pot I
1 Roost Lb. 28c
I Ham Ends ... Lb. 29c
I 55houldcr Pork
1 Roost Lb. 29c
I FRESH DRESSED
I HENS
FRYERS
O-So-Good
Egg Noodles
Best Ever
Macaroni o.
Best Ever
Spaghetti c0u 2
Johnson's
Go-Coaf :
PLANTERS
PEANUT OIL
0
a
5-ia
SMOKI1CJII
WASHINGTON, June 12 (V)
Tho war labor board announced
today an award denying a
blanket 20 per cent wage In
crease to workers nt tho Rey
nolds Metals Company, Inc., al
uminum plant t Longvlnw,
Wash,
John D. Gtiley, WLU aibltra
lor, ruled that Hie reiuiest of
Iho Lungvlew Federated Alum
inum Council (AKL.) was con
trary to the spirit of a recent
message delivered by President
Roosevelt on general wage In
creases for labor.
"Tho exact point of decision,"
Galey's award said, "Therefore,
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HCo-WMMt m vm It .111
wwmow toe WW jjftjjl
IAT NUTRITIONAL FOOD
E3j okJ by NABISCO . .
Chocolate
Bnkcr'i or Her
Cocoa
Kraft
Mcco
Diamond A
Royal Club
Peas no- cn
Royal Club
1 Bnkcr'i or Ilershcy'i
Grapefruit 2 no. a c.n. 29c
Royal Club
RABBITS 1 , Spinach
o. Pka. 19c
pkB. 2 or 25c
Slicing
uo. pkB. 25c Lettuce 2 for19c
4 rr arn
U Gat
. 1.07
Onions
Dr. Phillip Blended
JUICe Hed
0. e.n 29c Radishes 2 bu.9c
' "f Dallas
"l: 25c Gr.
Doa Food
I Snlton 8a
2-Lb. Pka,
neai Kruncnon
June 12, im
appears lo Ilia arbitrator to ha:
does this record reveal I'tin.
for wiigo IncrnasB within the
meaning of tho pluaso (used ft ;
the presldnnl's niessngt'), 'UTr'
consideration to Inequalities and
the elimlniiliiin of suh stiindnrds
of living?'
"Tho arbitrator Is compelled
to tho conclusion that It does
not. This rei'ortl does not' show
that there Is lneiiallty between
the groups represented by tho
union, The retitnt for a flat
20 per ccul Inrreasa for nil
classification I conclusive that
tho union does not so contend."
M'N AflY'S BIRTHDAY
WASHINGTON, June 12 (VP)
Senator C'luirli's I.. McNary (It
Ore.), minority IcAdcr of th
senate. Is Oil years old today and
It's Just anolhrr day of work for
tho chipper Oregnnlan who ha ,
represented his state In tho sen
ate fur 25 years.
ANP I'M NO
1 OA liTL- TIAAC
mnt i u til-
WIFE!
It's up to ma to keep my man
fit with nutritious foods
Let's Include whole grain foods
every day. Thai's whcia Nahino
ShmltJcd Wheal can help. Mad
of lUOVt whnlo wheal, ll Is a good
source of Vitamin Ha as HMm
provides il, wr nuitca i tMtn.
fi or ll Ay M mmi
S'bil(o SlireJJrii ll'iMf.
. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
2 for 29c
No. Hi Can. 2 or 35c
PJ. 8-Os. Cans
10c
2uahtf. VetptaJUal
Tomatoes 2 lh.. 29c
2 hu.9c
Peas, 2 lb,25c
Grapefruit 3,or25c
"A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE"