Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 07, 1947, Page 9, Image 9

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    estern House Members
utart Finht Tn RpctnrA
SBR Power Project Funds
WASHINGTON, April 7 (I'l
inn wcaittrn nmtse iniimurrs
hi'llnvr llicy run iiiiniil up
jimill villi' lu I'i'nIuiu riu'luma
Mull and power project f inula '
pnrtrdly trliiuiu'il ilniHtliiilly by
J i uppi'Dprliillititii niilii'iiiiiinllU'W.
Alt WVllcril t'OIIUI't-'HHMICII pre
iiri'il tu uppt'iil lii tliv limine
rpulilli'iin li'iiili'i'Hiilli. Hi'p. Hill
(n-C'iiln.) told ii ri'porU'i' llicy fell
t.inHili'iit uf olilalnlntl auffli-U'iil
frpiilillcmi voir" with aiillrl-
mud iH'iiiorruiir support m
ut buck Urn rotiictiuiis when
1'i I lll B
Light Planes
On Long Trip
h-AlltllANKS. Aluxku. Anrll 7
('iTwo liaison plows of the
irmy ImsK fine frii nv
: lUirlrd tin i-iuhl lny. 3100-nitlc
fllulit to. California ii trip the
i inuv suit) wim one ol the 1 1 in I
i by these wiiull-iyH aircmlt ever
i uiitlcrtiiki'ii from Alaska to the
C II n licit Slate.
The two L-T typo planes, mmill
fvo-pliK-c hluh WIIIU llinillipllllH'.
K lilt lioro yesterday piloted by
lit lA. minor . viimii'.
C'oliiiriblH. l.uwton, Oklu., mid
I nl lA, Kuburt V. Sliikcn, ArlhiK
tmi, 'lex. nilliiii with Lieutenant
Viililcn was incclmiilc. T3
Herbert J, l.lndiirrii, 7117 E.
Mtnliinu St., HI. t'util, Minn,
i Tim svhutlulvd olylil-day trip.
fvcr topic of II"' moat ruwird
terrain In North Aini'i'lcK. will
JncliKlo Kloi til Wlilleluirse.
V'ulwjn Luke, tort Nelmin, tort
,M. John, Grand I'rairiu. Kit
tnonlon mid Cnlisury In Canada;
flrcal FH. Mont , Walla Walln.
Wash., Klamath rails, ut., ami
ort Uril. La If.
Tim iii'UmI mr travel lima l
xpcclud lu bo 31 hours, and nil
ilhu flytnK will bo In imytimc.
I'llu. armv an nl tho fllulit nmy
Jopfll rxperlnieplatiun which will
iiiiereasc the tutilKJ of small ulr
fi nilt normiilly wed for artillery
Spotting.
the money bill readies the house
floor.
Meniiwhllv, oni' limine iiiomuer
said tho Interior department up-
priiprlHllun Ulll Will provide
some funds lor uiu western
reeliiiiiiiltoii tirojeets ut th ex
peimeof smaller irrigation under
takings. Thin iiivmhcr, who asked not
to be Identified, null! 1 0,000,000
wilt be ullociitcd to Ihv Columbia
biiHhl project In Washington und
miiiiu money lie did mil know
Ui amounts tu Uiu Colorado-
Ulu Thompson project In Colo
rado unit Um Central VUllcy proj
ect In Ciillfornlii.
To ubtultt tho funds, ho said,
smaller Irrigation project
throiiKhoiil the went were cut
drastically.
Th bill In nut expected lo
reach tho floor until April 14,
iiltbouuh Jones mild there Is a
slight chniiec It tuny bo reported
to Hit full commute next d'rl
diiy. Senator U'Miihonuy (ll-Wyo.)
xuld he liua been told III xuu
c u in m 1 1 1 v cut reelumiition
bureuii funilx (nun the 1 1 .111.
UU0.UU0 ruiuie.lod tu I3S.0UU.U0U.
which would have to come out of
the rocluiiiullnn Inirouu revolv-
iiiU fund and from carry over on
former iipproprlulluuii.
Senator Mimmuon (D-VVah.)
mil ho hint bt-ep told thut only
about $U7,0l)0,0U0 wan allotted
tor conntruetloii from Ihv rcclu-,
unit Ion (und, and ull new con-
atructlon wa furblddnn.
Slick Roads Caust
Of Truck Upsetting
Slick ruudx Suliirduy cuuaed
a Klumiith Kulla crcumcry truck ,
to upset on the hlithwuy about
four miU'i thin aide of Merrill,
break Ini) aeveral bulllea of milk '
und diimaiiliiK tho 'top of tho 1
truck, but canning no personal
Injury.
Truck drlvar Pattorxon aluyed
with tli truck through Ilia akld
which turned it clear over, but
luckily wax utile to walk away
from the accident. A call waa
received about 11:30 a.m. by the
llulxiuer Motor company which
xcnl a wrecker after tho truck
and hauled It into town about
2 p.m.
By MARY O'UHIEN
ThlH flint day of xprhm torm
uotlvlly period wua reserved for
truck uuoen bullntinu, reviewing
of fire Inxtruc-
llonx, and the
dlxtrlbiitluK of
Invitational let
tera to the luat
Piireulx a n d
Putruna meet
ing of the
your.
On the (ruck
ipiuen bullol-
lug IhUi iuok
place today,
xtudcntx voted
liy write-In for
tho girl Ii om
Hi
Mary Q'Brian
their uluaa who wua their prefer
once. Sixteen girla. tho fuur
lilgheat from eucli cluxsea' write
in vulva, were atngled out tuduy
to run fur uuoen of tlie aouthorn
Oreguit-uurlhorn Culifomia luvl
tiitloiiul track meet xpouxorod by
tho local 20-aO club. Tomorrow
aflvrnoiiii the competition will
be narrowed lo four girla, one
IATIS SHOIS "i
Jutt Racaivad!
Large Shipment
DAY'S
FOREST GREEN
WOOL
from ouch cluxa. The winner wit.
be cIiobcii by the number ol
ticket her auppurtcra xoll In her
behalf- Adult tlcketa will count
till point for the candidate, atu
detit tltkcla will give 30 polnta.
Identical limtructiupa for fire
drllla Unit were given at the aturt
of the achoul ycur were repeated
tuduy for lllo aludenla' benefit.
IJinctixxiona were In order on
what would bo Uiu logical thing
lo do If the exit normally uaed
were blocked.
9
Wednendav. Anrll 0. the Pur-
enU mid i'atroiix Will hold their
final meeting of the year in the
KU auditorium at 7:30. At that
timu they will witness the reg
ular Wcdnexduy nlulit Pollcana
broiidcuxt and hold their buxlnex
meeting, after which refresh
ment will be aerved In the cafe
Even llioiiKfi atudent hud
holiday, activity In the achoul
office continued faster than ever
in apriug vacation. Toward the
flrxt of the week Iwo new fire
proof aufex arrived. Since then
valuable achool record cards
the permanent record cards, etc.
have been placed Inside of
them for gatekeeping. Suturdny
a new electric rpuneogrupn-aupii-
color machine waa inaialied lor
making up the numeroua aciiool
forma.
SPORTSMAN DIES
POIITI-AND, April 7 -I'i
Col. A. B. McAlpin, firxt proai
dent of Multnomah Amateur
AthU-tic club nd long-time
vportamun who atill played a
good tenpla gmo after the nge
of 80, died in hospital Satur
day. He wa 90.
Claaaified Ad Bring Resplta.
Young Oregonian
Show Big Success
TIia l'.llr.iinoiiiuired Yoium Orfc.
goniun ahuw, preaenled Saturday
nigni ai n.uxia reveuieu aunie
definite talent In the wide va
riety of acta featured.
There waa nq delay between
numbers aa they were announc
ed by Amby Amuow, uirecior oi
the group at young entertainers.
Ambers waa introduced to the
audience at the beginning of the
xhow by Willard Ward, past
exalted ruler of the kiks ciuo.
A fair crowd enjoyed the per-
GilfslUn Radio
&fft SERVICE
0JT RADIO REPAIRING
Pelican? Store
OVER8ICHT
CARDNtR. Ka.. April 7 W
Ovrdner'a city officlulx mny hold
over another two-year term be
cause tliry forgot to hold an
Irctlon last week.
They were preparing lo hold
lite city election loday until
Mayor Charles K. Cramer re
turned from a three-week ab
jrnce and called attention to a
change In the stale laws.
Under the new statute, the
lection was supposed to be last
Tuesday.
NO POLITICAL PLEDGES
TUSCOLA, III., April 7 !')
The vice president of the Tus
cola National bunk has been
rlectod a tnwjishlp constable
(IthniiKh he wasn't a candidate.
Hubert Uundy and Fred Trout
were the only candidates on the
ballot to elect three constables,
so they were tunned automati
cally. The nam of George
Flexor, the banker, was written
In on 18 ballots. I lu hasn't de
cided whether to take the job.
PERSE VERENCE WINS ;
CHICAGO, April 7 Just ,
when Detective John McCarthy
was giving up the search for a
reported prowler at a housing
project his hot blew off. !
flashlights or three fellow ,
officers probed the darkness '
until the beam of one finally I
centered on the hat In a corner
of the building. Also standing
in the light was tho prowler.
"That was a bruiul new Easter
hat," said McCarthy. "We just
had to find It."
KIRBY
Vacuum CUonars
Lifetime Guarantee
Free Demonstration
Telephone 9200
ALL
WHIPCORD
PANTS
Sis 29-50
Known far Quality
13.95
Establish)! 191 B
733 Main
. BOTANY TIES'
Spring Time Fuel
per that arly morning or evening He in your heater
llrtplac or for cooking try
BLOCKWOOD
Th bat buy In fuel for your money.
FRED H. HEILBRONNER
"fueli that Satisfy" Plus Service
Sine 1911
821 Spring St. Telephone 41S3
HiaAI.D NEW. Klisitlk talli, Orf.
MONDAT, Artll t, ltt, NlM
formance. showing their appre
ciation with hearty applause.
Roger Bacon wrote a book on
ilchemy.
for PARTS
yoR SERVICE
foh NEW MALL
Chain Saws
Coll 6442
or s
Vern Corlin
TODAY!
Come in and see the MALU
. . . osk for a free demon
stration. VERNON W. CARUN
PACIFIC
Chain Saw Co.
2221 So. h
Phone 6442
; OREGON LIQUOR WYtRS KNOWt
In whiskey
One sip of
THREE FEATHERS
will convince you
of its quality! TV
mm ) v
i4tJ
BLENDED WHISKEY 86 proof. 70 nautrql ipiritt dntillee
from potato ami grain. Thro Feathan Distributon, be, R Y.
' ' T&JlMl2$&t in;, -.ife t:'4
f mm j j
i n
' 'lit loum Shop.
tea Min
V,:,
aWi
HARTFORD
Aeeldoal sad l.4.illf CPT
INSURANCE
T.B. WAITERS
FinE . . . AUTOMOBILE
General Insurance Agency
107 B. 7th St. Phone 4193
For Sale
GEM Seed Potatoes
Grown at Macdoel from
Art Small Montana Seed
O-O-O Heading from flld inspections
and Ocaanside, Calif., growing tvst.
Wanted to Buy
TABLE STOCK Potatoes
We want your potatoes-eithcr
largt or small lots.
WESLEY McKAIG
Phone 7360
Res. Phone 3267
HERE'S REAL NEWS!
SAVE ON MEAT! let us show you how to cut your moot bill and still enjoy the finest
meat that money will buy. ,
The Famous Johnson Packing Co.
GRAIN FED BEEF
properly aged in scientific coolers can be purchased wholesale direct from
the Packing House in whole carcass, halves or quarters.
W cut and wrap and correctly quiclc-freti (or your locker. But, If you do not
have a locker, w will put one in your hem and plug it In like a refrigerator
or a radio. .
JOHNSON PACKING CO.
BRISTOL AVE. OFF SUMMERS LANE
OR PALACE MARKET, 524 MAIN
PHONE 8323
PHONE 4109
Mothers .
o o
;
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you can join with us in feeding the hungry children of Europe
H. J. Heinz Company is giving outright to these children one mil
lion packages of Baby Food. In addition, we stand ready to give
one package of Baby Food for every package of Heinz Baby Food
bought by mothers throughout the United States this week, from
April 7 through April 12.
This much needed food will be distributed in Europe by the
American Friends Service Committee, a Quaker relief organization.
The Committee will allot the Baby Food to the neediest children
regardless of nationality, race or religion.
THE NUMBER OF PACKAGES WE SEND IS UP TO YOU.
hit
rmidtnt, . J,
' Htimm CmMm
U
"The gijt of the Hi" Company mans lift and hop for human brings otbtrwisi
doomed It also mans that the warm heart of America still beats true. Now millions
tf Americans can have a direct share in giving food to hungry children. Other com
panies my find ways of taking similar action through the relief agencies of their
choice, opening wide the floodgates of American generosity, It is as certain as the stars,
in their courses that there can be no peace where children are starving"
AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE
MAIL THIS COUPON to H. J. Company
ft we will know how much Bitby Food 'to send to
Europe's hungry children.
Should you caro to mske a financial contribution to the American Friends
Service Committee, send it to them at 20 South 12th St., Philadelphia 7, Pa-
H. J. HEINZ COMPANY, Box 57
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Gentlemen; I want to help feed Europe's hungry children. I have )ust
purchased packages of Heina Baby Food for my baby. I under,
stand you will send an equal amount to hungry babies in Europe
without further obligation on my part. .
Name.
-Date.
i
Address.
-City.
State.
Purchased from.
If joix prefer, a poitsl card with the above informsiipa will PS MliiftctOfT,