Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 04, 1947, Page 14, Image 14

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    loins Speed (End
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. SALEM, April 4 P Ore
gon's legislature was almost fin
ished with its 82-day-old session
today, with setting the date for
the special 3 per cent sales tax
lection the only major item of
business on Its docket.
Adjournment by tonight was
expected, with most of today
apent in adopting conference re
ports and concurring in amend
ments The senate worked until 10:30
p. m. last night in the legisla
ture's first night session, and it
made Oregon the eighth state o
ratify the anti-third term amend
ment to the federal constitution,
completed legislative action on
the Klamath Marine Barracks
bill, and killed the proposal to
take over Camp White hospital
for use as a mental hospital by
upholding Governor Earl Snell's
veto.
. The senate voted 25 to 3 to
ratify the no-third-term amend
mor ' after the house had passed
It with only one dissenting vote.
T3 senate dissenters were the
three Portland democrats
Thomas R. Mahoney, Walter J.
Pearson, and Lew Wallace.
Other states which had rati
fied the amendment were Maine,
Michigan, Iowa, Kansas, New
I'ampshire, Illinois and Dela
ware. The senate passed 24 to 4 and
sent to the governor the $620,
000 appropriation to operate
the Klamath Marine Barracks as
a state vocational school for the
next two years, and the state
will acquire the $6,000,000 plant
immediately for $1, negotiations
with the government having al
ready been completed.
Governor Earl Snell's veto of
the bill ordering the board of
control to acquire Camp White
hospital from the government
for use as a state hospital was
Permits Show
Slight Gains
The first three months of this
year are running slightly ahead
of the- same period of 1946 in
building permits, according to
records of City Building Inspec
tor Walter Salsbery.
January, February and March,
1947, rang up a total of $409,246
in estimated construction costs,
$17,657 more than permits for
these months of 1946 which
amounted to $391,589.
Following is a monthly com
parison: 1947 1946
January $ 23,085 $69,826
February . 250,004 96,480
March 135,257 225,265
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BOTANY TIESi
upheld by the senate, 15 voting
to override tne veio, ana jj vui
ing to support the governor.
Four more votes were needed
to override.
The senate voted 26 to 2 to
keep the state postwar readjust- KThe senate sent to the house a
ment and development corpora- resolution for an interim com-
tion in operation for the next
two years, and 20 to 8 for the
a-proprlation for the Willamette
basin commission. Both bills
will go to the house. The ap
propriations had been put in
separate bills because opponents
demanded a chance to kill them.
The senate sent to the gover
nor bills to appropriate $50,000
to buy quonset huts to train the
national guard, provide a man
datory maximum property tax
levy of 41 mills for counties
which need it to finance public
welfare, and to prevent transfers
of property when made for the
sole purpose of becoming elig
ible for old age pensions.
A house bill tc tax racing book
makers 3 per cent of their gross
take was defeated by the senate.
mittee to Investigate gambling.
The house passed and sent to
the governor measures to let
the highway commission build
an office building in Salem, pro
vide for an interim committee
to study salaries of county of
ficials, and ask congress to main
tain a regional office of the war
assets administration in Oregon.
Governor Snell signed into
law bills increasing from $3000
to $6000 the maximum amount
of any veterans's farm or home
loan, and Increasing district at
torneys' salaries.
Western Solons
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Head Appointment
WASHINGTON, April 4 (!)
Washington and Oregon sena
tors were evenly divided yes
terday as the- senate defeated
52-38 a motion to return the
nominations of David -E. Lillen
thai and others for the atomic
control commission to the sen
ate atomic committee.
Cain. (R-Wash.). voted for re
committal, and Mugnuson, (D
Wash.), was paired against it.
Morse of Oregon was against
recommittal while Cordon was
paired for it. Both are republi
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PORTLAND, April 4 (VI
John Unwniun, who was burled
under a wall ot mud for 13
minutes, was recovering today
in a Portland hospital.
Walls ot a srwer excavation
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a crew of ten men dug frantically
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