Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, July 10, 1942, Page 6, Image 6

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HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
July 10, I1U2
IN
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IN THIRD JULY
CALL LISTED
Names of men called to service
In the third July draft call from
Klamath county Board 2 were
released today by selective ser
vice officials.
The men have been ordered to
report to draft headquarters tn
the county courthouse at 7 p. m.
July 20 for final Instructions
prior to departure for the Induc
tion station at Portland.
A group of Board 1 men of ap
proximately the same number
will leave here July 21 for Port
land. Board 2 men follow:
Brennio, Thomas Lwroct, Eroemtll,
Calif.
Bar Held, Htnry Louft, Modoc Point,
Cot, Rufb-n MrCsrr. LW1w.
Erirkdon, Renjit Amlm, Chiloquin.
Enoi, Fred Arthur, Bly.
Fitguth, Jchit David, AbfrJn, 7Th.
McGovero. Phillip Clifford. Euerne.
Mtma, Card Ludvlf, Froti. Minn,
Korrlt, heroy Joph, Chiloquin.
Pottfr, Tona1d. Chi1miln.
Phlppi. SylreMtr Leonard. Merrill.
Swan Km, Edwin John. Tacoma, Wath.
Smith, Ilufh KJdon. Btatt?.
Tiedcmann. Danivl irfonani. Chtloqnln.
Venae!. Haj; Lee, Butna. Wah,
Wj-cVoff, WHmer Bean. Waldo. Kan.
oltlamp, Edward AloTftun, Box TtT,
Rltroith Falli.
Yaplf. ,Tami, Merrill.
Freeze Your Own Chicken
For Nexi Winter's Meals
(Editor's Note: Tlili U the
fourth in teriei of weekly ar
ticles on the preservation of
foods, released through the co
operation of the Klamath county
nutrition committee and the
Klamath county home demon
stration agent's office.)
Fried chicken for Christmas
can easily be real lied by those
who freeze their chickens.
For the freezing of poultry,
choose fat birds for quality pro
ducts. Bleed well. Dry pick; or
semlscald 20 to 40 seconds in
water at 125 to 130' F and
pick. After the birds are singed,
drawn and washed, remove the
oil sack, head, feet and shanks.
Cool thoroughly and quickly.
They should be left whole for
roasting; disjointed for frying
and fricasseeing; and cut In half
for broiling. Cutting saves locker
space.
Pack not more than 2 chickens
in one package. Wrap twice in
locker storage paper and tie
firmly; or pack in glass, tin or
waxed locker cardboard contain
er with tight covers. In locker
cardboard containers poultry
should be covered with cold wat
er and frozen.
Use within 8 to 10 months If
stored at 0 F. temperature.
Other Meats
Other meats are handled sim
ilarly. Beef, lamb and mutton
should be chilled at 32 to 34'
1 (fulfill! J
ATTENTION Sugar GomxmirsS
war Rtaoa Stamp 4 will tvx be good
for me purcatse of sugar after July 25.
von t let yourt expire!
fiU Bj tmUmj nfmer, fi-U
.cU SUGAR NOW!
QUALITY MEATS
o-Lamb
Leg
Boiling Beef
5faouldr
Pork Roast
Shoulder
Veal Roast
Bib
Cut
Lb. 35c
Lb. 15c
Lb.
28c
Fresh Ground Beef
Lb. 28c
2 Lbfc45c
Tim Sweet
QUALITY GROCERIES
Orange Butter
Creamed
Honey
Royal Club
Peas
19c
"27c
Royal Club Florida
Grapefruit
Dodge
Vegetables for Salad
Snowdrift Shortening
Kraft American
Cheese
Lawry's
Seasoned Salt
Philadelphia
Cream Cheese
Miracle Whip SSL ...
Van Camp's
Pork & Beans
O-So-Good
Egg Noodles
Lane County
String Beans
Trupak Shortcake
Peaches
Deliey
Toilet Tissue
Bnowflake
Crackers
Peas
SCorn
2 29c
2cT33c
2 8cfi 23c
3 Lb.
Can
73c
2 Brick 73c
8-Oi. OC-
Tin
Pkgs.
at.
Jar
29c
at. Al
ms
2 '?.?.' 23c
14-C-i. 1A.
I 74.
Pkg.
3Hc:n.29c
.2 Hc.LM 55c
Rolls
25c
2 box 33c
2 SJ 35c
2Nc.n.a35c
Quality Fruits and Vegetables
Ripe
Watermelons
Arizona Grapefruit
New Spuds
Klamath Falls
Lettuce
Green Onions
Radishes.J. Z.
Yakima
Apricots'
Lb. 4c
3or19c
6 Lb..23c
, Heads I
.3 BjOc
3 Bu.10c
Bu.
lS-Lb. O
Box'
F, from 7 to 10 days before
freezing. Prepare and freeze
pork and veal as soon as animal
heat has left the carcass, whlc
will take from 36 to 48 hours in
a chill room.
eggs snouia De frozen as
quickly as possible after prepar
ation. Use only clean fresh eggs
without cracks. Break each one
separately Into a clean dish. Be
sure that the eggs have a firm
yolk and white, are not wen
and watery. They must also be
tree irom odor.
They may either be packed
wnoie, or whites and yolks sep
arately. To pack whole eggs: mix
whites and yolks thoroughly
wnnoui Dealing air Into them.
Add 1 teaspoon of salt or 1 ta-
uu'spoon oi sugar, corn syrup
or noney to each pint of stirred
egg, and mix thoroughly. Ti
pack eggs with whites and yolks
separated: whites need no treat
ment. Stir the yolks thoroughly
and treat the same as whole eggs,
Airtight
Containers should be airtight
and oi suitable size. As frozen
eggs should be used Immediately
after thawing and should never
be refrozen, freezing in half pint
and other small containers
recommended. Allow i inch va-
cant space at the top of half pint
container and 1 Inch vacant
space for pint container, Indicat
on the label whether contents
contain salt or sugar.
Frozen eggs may be used in
practically the same way as fresh
eggs. In using frozen eggs, the
added salt or sweetening must
ne deducted from the recipe.
Further information on food
preservation may be obtained
from the home demonstration
agent's office in' the Federal
building.
The Major Brings Home a Trophy
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FLYING BOAT TRIED
SEATTLE, July 10 WV-A
new long-range experimental
flying boat, built as a heavily
armed overseas patrol bomber
for the navy, made Its first test
flight over Lake Washington
xnursday.
The veteran test pilot. Ed
mund T. Allen, and a crew of
live took the plane into the air,
Built by the Boeing Aircraft
company, which originated and
now builds the Flying Fortress
bombers for the army, the ship
was oescrioed as able to carry a
larger bomb load than any naval
plane now in use.
ine piane carries the name
"Sea Ranger" and has been des
ignated by the navy as the
XPB-1, Boeing said. It Is in the
weight class of four-engine air
craft Dut is a two-engine air
plane, with the engines believed
to be the most powerful aircraft
power plants now built any
where. Boeing said the ship was "de
signed as a long range scouting
and bombing plane, capable of
nunting out and destroying en
emy submarines and- surface
vessels." It Is of all-metal con
struction and has living accom
modations for a 10-man crew.
ANCIENT TORTOISE
The giant tortoise of Mauri
tius spent 160 years on the is
land before it was removed to
England. The age of the ren-
tile is unknown since it was of
great size when brought to
Mauritius from Aldabra.
The cause to which our nations
are dedicated is one on which
we can wholeheartedly invoke
God's blessing In the name of
Christ. For freedom Is our Lord's
first principle. Archbishop of
uanieroury.
IT'S NICE WORK
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Secretary, ha
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Night Work!
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Major Henry Cabot Lodge, senator from Massachusetts, shows his wife and thalr two anna
a German halmtt he retrieved from a wtt African battleground where a group of American
tank observers he commanded later saw action against Germans and Italians. The boys, left to
right, are Harry. 11. and George, 14.
Rev. Muier Tells Graphic
Tale of Zam-Zam Shelling
The whine and crash of shells
which awoke him at 5:30 a. m
and subsequent experiences
aboard a German raider and
prison ship were described to
Kiwanians Thursday by Rev.
John Muier, American mission
ary who was on the Egyptian
steamer Zam Zam when it was
sunk in the south Atlantic last
year.
Rev. Muier and his wife have
been here the past week speak
ing at the Bible Baptist church.
Both were on the Zam Zam
when a German raider shelled it,
apparently on suspicion that it
carried soldiers and contraband.
The missionary told the Kl-
wanis club how he went into the
water from the listing Zam Zam
and later, completely exhausted,
was taKen on a raft and eventual
ly on board the raider. The cap
tain of the raider told the Zam
Zam people they were his
'guests." Later, when they were
taken on a prison ship for trans
port to France, they were told
they were prisoners of war.
"Good Papa"
Tlie captain of tho prison ship,
tougher than tho raider chief,
warned the Zam Zum people
not to attempt to rush the bridge
or any other "funny business."
"You be good boys and girls and
I'll be a good papa," he told
them.
Rev. Muier told of the help
given the survivors by the Red
Cross in France and Spain, and
paid warm tribute to that organ
ization. He said he Is convinced
that God protected the mission
aries through the trying exper
ience, and he noted that while
the missionaries made up two
thirds of the passengers on the
Zam "Zam, all Injuries were
among the other third.
E. M. Chllcote was chairman
of the day.
Harry Proudfoot was Intro
duced as a new member of the
Kiwanls club.
PETTY OFFICER
Potty officer ratings In eight
construction compunlcs mid two
headquarters companies are now
open to Oregon ninii, tici-urillnu
to Instructions rticolved hero by
tho navy recruiting office. Men
so enlisting will bo placed on
tho Inactive lint In the U. S.
nnvnl reserve until rolled for
acllvo duty.
Kucli conatrucllon company,
consisting of 31M men, will bo
made up of enrpentc-rs, black
smiths, concrete workers, elec
tricians, niuclninics, pulutcrs,
pipefitters, plumbers, sliuot met
al workers mid men from many
other construction trades.
The headquarters companies,
each consisting of LSD men, will
Include bakers, barbers, chain
men, chauffeurs, clerks, cooks,
divers, draftsmen, Instrument
men, mall clerks, photographers,
rodmen, satlninkers, stewards
and storekeepers.
Men Interested In nnv nlime
of this service may obtain morej
specific Information by calling
nt tho local recruiting station In
tho 1'o.storrico building,
HELD AT ME
A huge barn dance will lie
held at Morrill community hull
Saturday evening with two or
chestras Utility Kvonn' orchestra
and tho Basin Wildcat" provid
ing tho music,
Special features will Include
u vlnll by Queen Virginia How
ard and her court from tint vic
tory celebration, anil n war sav-
lu, hnnrl mil, tullll AllHv Put.
Her, Joim Houston and Hot
Thompson in charge.
Proceeds will uo to the USO,
navy relief and troop entertain
menl funds.
Soldiers from tho Tulclake
WHA guard will be special
guests,
Raid Clatalflad Ada lor Results
AllUJUVTJy tJ
Chicken Center
919 East Main
Recently elected officers of tho
Knights of Columbus were in-'
stalled at a meeting held for the j
purpose Wednesday night In thei
KC hall. '
These taking offico for tho!
coming year are: grand knight, !
Wolly . Hector; deputy grand
knight, L. L. Lombard; chancel-,
lor, Frank Delyea; warden.!
Jake Brocktrup; rocordlng sec- i
rotary, Clem Joyor; financial :
secretary, John Holzgang; treas-!
urer, Mike Lavenik.
Advocate, Jack Downing; lec
turer, Roy Morache; Inside'
guard, BUI Hill; outside guard.
Chet Amerllng; trustees, Tom I
O'Brien, William Bishop and
Pete Lesmclstor.
State deputy Is Otto Smith,
elected at tho stato convention
In June, and district deputy is j
Pole Lesmelster. '
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PURE
LARD
2 lbs
33
FRYERS
Colored
35 1!
lb
RABBITS Lb. 35c
POT ROAST Lb. 23c
BOIL BEEF ; Lb. WAc
HENS
White
21b
ptpr wit
SALEM, July 10 (P The leg
islative interim committee to
study taxation of motor transpor
tation met with Governor
Sprague today and was given an
extension in which to continue
its work.
The committee filed a report,
but there were no recommenda
tions. .
The committee said that In
most Instances,' Oregon's motor
transportation taxes, affecting
common carrier vehicles, are
considerably higher than any
other of the 11 western states ex
cept New Mexico.
Oregon's present tax bases."
the report continued, "provide a
more equitable tax allocation
among various types of vehicles
and operations, on the basis of
relative highway usage mea
sured in ton-miles, than In the
other states. This is undoubted
ly because of Oregon's emphasis
on use taxes, such as the fuel and
ton-mile tax."
Members of the committee are
Senators C. H. Zurcher, Enter
prise, and Douglas McKay, Sa
lem; Representatives Roy Car
ter, Gold Beach, and Burt K.
Snyder, Lakeview; Public Utili
ties Commissioner Ormond R.
Bean, State Auditor S. W. Starr,
and Stato Tax Commissioner
Earl B. Day.
So far as we have been able
to ascertain, the average Amer
ican retailer is making an hon
est effort to adjust his pricing
practices to the demnnds of this
war economy. David Ginsburg,
general counsel, OPA.
Demobilize as you mobilize.
Don't let tho soldiers and sail
ors out of the service until you
can place them In Jobs. Mai.-
Gen. Lewis B. Hershcy, selec
tive service director.
Prices Qood Friday Through Monday Special Values We Reiarve the Right to Ltmlt
TriAII7Fhvori
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To keep my family fit
with the proper foods
Each day include whole grain foods,
for energy. Start the day with Nabisco
Shredded Wheat 100 whole wheat
Jn In tastiest form. It is a good source
of Vitamin Di as Naturt provides it,
per ounce, as eaten. Try it with
peaches or other trait. As lor
it by the lull name-lsabisco
Shredded Whet.
ifjljffrKif
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mmmumu
Coffee 'S:.;;r'" u,.,:.,,33c Cheese g&ggg, uMt
Shredded Wheat " Diamond A Whole em m.
Nabisco 2 Pkga. Z5C Kernel No. 2 can for 7C
Dill Pickles 2 Shrimp ?0n.b'c.n 25c
Pheasant Kosher Type ..- Ot. Jar XjC Z.
Saladettes plTolZ"onl lc Peas t&T. 20r2Sc
Saturday Only
Swift's Sugar Cured
Picnics
(Half or 4ffC
Whole) Lb.
Good to Bake or Fry
Blade Cut
BeeS Roast Lb 24c
Genuine Spring
Leg'oLambLb 35c
Shoulder
Veal Roast Lb.28c
Side Pork ,,b.25c
Swift's
Prem 3Sc
Crisco 3,bl,73c
Swansdown Cake
FlourL8. Pkfl ,23c
Gerber's
Baby Food
3 Cans
20c
Miracle Whip
ot.41c
Kraft's
Fruit Cocktail
stew -fta
No. 1 Tall Can XOC
MECO
Peas, Corn Cani3for 27c
Del Rogue
Tomato Juice c r 21c
Wheat Alone
The All Wheat Cereal Lge. Pkg.
15c
Sunshine Krlspy
Crackers 2-Lb, Box . 29c
Ktellr Oregon Brand,
Oe
Tall Can
All Other Brands , 4 for 33?
Guaranteed MA
49-Lb. Sack SXtl"
Flavor Loaf. Milled by Bperry.
Flour
Shoe String Potatoes
Blue Boll No 2H Csn
10c
Catsup
Century Large Ripe
Olives n
No. 1 Tall Can 2"C
V-8 Vegetable
Juice c8.n0':.. 29c
Sardine Fillets
l-Oi, Tin 2 for 35C
Lunch 8PTi':rum.
Tongue 'g;; 19c
Kraft Margarine
Parkay Lba,,49c
Oxydol M'-.23c
Brlmfull
U-Oi. Bottle IOC
5C
Saturday only
Lettuce
Solid, Crisp Head -...Ea.
Extra large heads J for 15
Celery Medium Bunch 10c
Large Bunches jij
New Potatoes '
U. S. No. 1 1Q lb,. 37C
RPAtC Tend"' Voung ey ft
uct:i Larfl, Bunch ijo,VC
Dry Onions -
U. 8. No. 1 Yellow Globe 3 lbs. IOC
Lemons Mu.rm........Doi. 25c
Cantaloupe
Big Mae, 38 Sise 2 for25C
Raspberries -
Fancy Large ' 2 Boxes 29C
Thrifty Buyers Shop Whitaker's Groceteria
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CONSISTENTLY THE LOWEST
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Phone 4B0S