Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 14, 1947, Page 3, Image 3

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    Lindbergh
Urges Use
Of Military
NKW YOHK, April 14 l'i
"Jinnies A. LLmilit'i'uh suy Hint
tli Ih millon immt rebuild
tmilitrn clvlllr.iitliiii, even lliouuli
"it limy require llic use of lull i
lary furvu," bt'i'iuiito "In u ruck
i'1-iitiiliilc uuo, tin- wolfiire (if
iIIht niilliiim in more lliiin Im
liiirtiint, It In vltnl to iih."
l.iiidhcruli. In n iiviiivcI
llili'lllrnl issued hint iiIkIiI, mild
Hint "In years punt. We Ameri
cans could live securely behind
our own defenses," but now,
"no rurlhly daitiiuce In adequate
defense UKiiliml the Intent wcup
Dim of science."
To a i ! nc-sl fur comment in
I'liiini'i'lliiii Willi tin- uiinlvrrsiirv
of li Ih historic New Yni'k-to 1'iirln
flltlhl 20 years into, LIikIIhtkIi
replied thnl he wus "not Inter
ested In unnlversiirles lit 1 1 wim
eoiK't'i'iiud prlimirlly with Inn
ohlliiiitlon, iih n cllUen nncl one
wlio hud been outspoken picvl
ounlv, to innki' hi position clear
on America's foiniKn pnllcv.
Ik'i'iilllim Hint M'vrn ycurs
huo Im Intel timed 1 1 111 t Western
powers "rclnilii from wur while
mi1 Ciernuiny unci iiiiiiiiiunlsl
Husslu fmiuht out their Iciliill
I it i-i it 1 1 Ideas," I.lndberKli inld.
"I plend nunln for n consistent
American pulley towurd Kit-rope."
Homecoming Joke
R?iTwiw'iw,r!i
i' ' i f
Classified Ads Urlnil Hesulls.
ko PARTS
kor SERVICE
Ko,t NEW MALL
Chain Saws
i Call 6442
or see
Vern Carlin
TODAY!,
Come in ond see the MALL
. . . Oik (or o free demon
stration. VERNON W. CARLIN
PACIFIC
Chain Saw Co.
2221 So. 6th
Phont 6442
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Margaret Truman, daughter of Ih President, throws back har
haad and laughi at a quip by har fathar at ha arrivad at Ih
Crandview, Mo., airport by plana from Washington for a visit
with hl molhtr, Mri. Martha E. Truman, 84, raeupratlng from
a broken hip. AP wlrephoto.
Crater Lake Skiiers Enjoy
Sunny Weather Week-End
A tiood crop of sunburn win ,
acquired by the 1330 sightseers j
und skiers enjoylni! Hie Criilcr j
Luke nutlonu! purk Sunduy i
where the teinperiiluro reuched j
OH dcitrccii lit the lilulieiit und .
only dropped to 37 decrees lit '
the mlniinum. At 8:30 a. in.
Monday the mercury hud ul-1
reudy reached 50 deuiccs, c
cording to the purk weather I
report. I
Only two casualties occurred j
during the duy and they were j
minor one. Don Fuircbild !
broke the point off his ski '
iiliout a foot from the end, on i
hln third run down Knob hill
In the niorninv, but won not In
jured. Another skier won trail
ed for abrusiuns by Clifford
Cull), vice president of the ski
patrol, which win on duty as
usual, runniiiK trails and watch
Inn out (or accidents.
There were 320 curs lit the
park on Sunduy and license
Footprinters Hold Annual
Meeting At Dorris Site
DORMS, Calif., April 14
The luw of Northern California
converKcd In force on Dorris
last Wednesday evening vhen
member of District No. 6 of the
NhUoiv.iI Footprlntors assoei
utlon held their meeting at the
son. Larry Lee of Mt,,. Simula
acted an master of ccremonle.
I N. Lorcnzen, president, of
Mt. Shaxta, presided.
Muln business of the meeting
followed the dinner of the asso
ciation which Is mfidf nn nt
noinesicaci nere, wun nr. una , luw enforcement, pence, admin
Mrn. Murray Mnrshall a ho1, imrallvo officer and other,
Nine town -of the Northern I wai) tne gclcction of four dele
Clillfornla area were represent-, Baleg to the national convention
ed by 30 member md five i whcn wjn be held In Denver,
Mueata at Hie affulr which be-!colo., In June
Kun with a buntiucl armnucd I T( iclected were Eddie
and prepared under the d.rec- L.K rfMccZd JudJe
lion oi me nomc, nirs. "r" rjradlev of Weed Dewcv Ekbii
hall, aided bv Mm. Car Mar- , l? ,' mcca' "ew?.
i li i i n .. ncoomg ana sner ii Hen
ahull and Mra. A. O. Christian-, IIi,.hn.w.,., v,i, Th ,.i
gates were instructed to obtain
without fail the designation of
some town In District 6, prefer
ably Dunsmuir, as the site of
the national convention in 1940.
Dunsmuir was selected for
the district meeting winch will
be held May 14. Plans were ilso
SALEM. Anrll 14 fl'i Cover-! dlscLsacd for a smoker and en.
nor tarl bnell today vetoed two
old-nuc pension bills passed by
NSI Insurance
Week Slated
In cooperation with a nation
wide campaign to acquaint vet
erans with the advantages of
their national service lifo insur
ance policies. Mayor Ed Osten
dorf has proclaimed the week
of April 28 to May 3. National
Service Lilc Insurance Week.
In his official proclamation
the mayor stated. "I call upon
the citizens of this city, all civic
groups and their leaders to a-t-sist
the veterans administration
and cooperating service organi
zations in disseminating infor-
III.KM.O NtKS, Hlanitia Sails, Oct. MONIIAV. April II, l!t, ! TktM
matlon about national service
lite insurance to the veterans of
this community."
Muskrats are sold for food, In
city markets, under the name ol
.Harsh rubbit, .
Snell Vetoes
Old Aqe Bills
WASHING
MACHINE
SERVICE
All Mokes
Phone 880S
TUCKER
STEINKAMP
APPLIANCES
Esquir Bldg,
plates from as many as 10
sillies were counted. The ski
tow on Knob hill was in con
tinuous operation to uccommo
dute the large number of skiers
enjoying the perfect weutlier,
and the rcstuurunt at head
quurlcrif run out of turkey din
ners and started serving snnd
wiclics lung before the day wus
over.
Four members on ski patrol
Sunduy besides Cain were John
Merrymnn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Clurk and Raymond, Baker.
Spring work at the national
park is getting under way with
plans to open the rim road as
far as the lodge this week so
dial a crew of workers can
start reudying the lodge for
summer visitors. Work will also
be started soon on opening the
cast road from headquarters by
Vlda falls to Lost creek, chief
ly for the use of an insect con
trol crew which will start op
crnlioiis early in Mny, working
out from park headquarters.
SAFE STOLEN
PORTLAND, April 14 tl'i
Thieves broke Into Marty's tav
ern here today and made off
with a small snfe containing
about S2200 in cash and checks.
REMOVAL SA1H
We're moving to o new location EVERYTHING
DRASTICALLY REDUCED to make way for this move!
Furnaces Below Pre-War Prices!
Compare.' Buy Now.' Save.'
Floor
Furnaces
Oil or Gas
Fird
As Low At
$
119
50
FORCED FILTEPD
AIR
Furnaces
As Low At
2 u
ELECTRIC HOT
Water Heaters
$"77050
Rhsom
30 Gal.
Capacity
79
200 Gallon
Oil Tanks
$"7750
NOW
ONLY
OIL HEATERS . . . As low as 47.50
CONVERT YOUR
Wood or Coal Furnace
TO COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC OIL FOR AS LITTLE AS .
200 GAL. TANK AND ALL AUTOMATIC CONTROLS INCLUDED.
NO DOWN PAYMENT AS LONG AS 36 MONTHS TO PAY
1 .
the legislature, one which would
have rcinstutcd the to -called
"pauper's oath" for old asic
pcir.oon applicants, and the oth
er which would have given the
slate a preferred property claim
ugulns( old age recipients.
Iho paupers on Hi measure
was enacted by the 103S legis
lature, repealed in 1041, and re
enacted in the closing days of
the 1047 legislature. It required
that old age pension applicants
take oaths that they had no fi
nancial resources.
The governor said the bill
"would rclndalc the so-culled
pauper's oath with its attendant
confusion, clouded titles, grief
and heartaches.
The other vetoed bill, the gov
ernor said. Is loosely drawn, and
that it would give the state prior
claims against estates of all per
sons receiving assidancc. includ
ing dependent children, blind
persons, the aged, general re
lief cases, temporary medical
cases, ami also incompetents.
Tule Man Faces
Traffic Charge
TULKLAKE, Anril 14 Mel
vin McKcrnan of Canny is slated
to appear in police court today
on a charge of drunken driving.
McKcrnan posted $50 bail after
his arrest by state patrolmen
Sunday afternoon when he
crowded an unidentified motor
Kit off the highway into the bar
row pit about two miles south
of Tulclakc. No damage was
done.
State
Income Tax
Returns
Duo April 15
Complete Accounting
Srvlc
Gans & Hatten
Rale nrs"t's Hi-bfr flhop
lit N. tli rtaaae tltt
Icrtainmcnt In the near future.
A professional entertainer
from Klamath Falls entertained
the Kucflta during interludes
with tap dancing, songs and ac
crdion numbers. Group pictures
were taken of the meeting,
which, will be sent to various
clubs in the distrcit.
As a memento of the meeting,
each guest was presented with
a miniature die-cut footprint,
bearing the place of the meet
ing and the names of tne hosts.
Towns of the district and
members of those towns present
ai me meeting were:
Dorrli. Murray JtfanhaJI, Woo4i WU
ton Klamath Falli, Mike May. Harry Was
ner. Klmer Kennedy. Hap Hepburn.
Redding, Hmrry Welch, Dewey Egan.
I. Kaplan, Uene Hlclcey.
Tulelake. J. H. Brownfleld, Ray Mor
cco, Bill Selfler.
Mt. Shaita. Art rink. Larry Le. L.
N. Lorenzen, Don Bennett, G rover
Rciuih, Tom O'Connor.
Dunamulr. Jack Wyatt, L A. Davli,
C. O. CarlquUt, Char let Huff, John
Petty.
McCloud. Eddl Belanger, L. E Owens,
M. Mooncyj
Weed. Judge Bradley.
Yreka, Sheriff Ben Rlchardxon, Game
Warden Lou Olive.
CuetU were rrank Sclaront and Bob
Grow of Dorrli, and Chief of Police
Orvllle Hamilton, Sheriff Uoyd Low and
Brady Narey of Klamath Palle.
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Saturday,
April 19
Music by
Pappy Gordon
Dancing 10 Till 2
Admission Sl.OO
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