Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 14, 1947, Page 9, Image 9

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    Western Records Still Top
Selling List In Klamath
By KELLY ROBERTS
Praplto the local liep-cut
mil loiiKhiilra, Kliiiniilli IiiinIii
iiuialnil fancy Im nIIII wmti'i'n,
Mccoidliiji to n survey iiiiioiik
tint Iol'iiI pliilli'i'-iiKiimrri hikI
slicel-imiNle mUiiiiIn,
Second on Ui mimical Hut
t'linio Iho pnpiilm' dance tunes
lor yoiiiiK nrid old iilllic, fn.
lowed liy neinl-claaalcs, Jive and
acrlmi IIKIKlV,
l.cmlluM Mm lUinnlc of weal
em Kllil'K Is the "KiliK or Wcul
rrn Swlrijl," .Spade foulcy. Mint
numlc bouses nttivrd liitit Ida
iihilli'ix were the blKliciit sclllnu
liidlvldiuil IteiiiK on Hie 1Mb.
Spudc l cloudy fnllnwcd hv
Unli Wills. Kmc, I Tiihlin, Hoy
Ai'iiff and Kddic Arnold. Two
iipiiiid-coiiilnii cuiti ni'lliTH lire
T. Texas Tyler mid Itrd Koley,
lioth of wlxme plntlcr ma e'l
Inn like bolciikcn.
Stun Kriitim In currently lead
Inn the Held III IJie pop blind
category, with mnsl of ; the
younwer tllbcollfcliir liuylim
him up a (nut a new rrlrnac
appear. For the older (olkii,
Um Crohliv nrid the Ink SpotN
urn bin no lei llemt. HUH IiIkIi
up In volume ure the hweet
wIiir rhythm u Tommy Dor
scy mitt Hurry Jainea.
Mont of tlin nleiKlrln liurei'd
Hint local mimical taalca follow
thit lufliirnce of th cinema. An
evidence they pointed to the blic
ru.ili for Al Joliiin record! when
"The Jolaoii Slurv" win allow-
InKi vnd now they repnrt n K row
ing demand for Uncle Rtrmi
fecorda na Walt Dlanev' "Souk
of the .South" In belli billed,
STETSON HATS""
f)ult Received!
BEAVER
STETS.0H
HATS
Constructed from pur Baav
r fur. Available for tha
flrat tlm In ytari.
One lrl anld, "When heavy pic
lurea are bring ahown, tliey
wnnt rlnanlcnl aluff. When y
picture me mi, they ull buy
popular philter,"
In tho loiiu-hnlrcd scrlmm mu
sic dei.mtmeiit tho aliorter semi
cIiiimIciiI iimiiiKeitif niu of Mor
ton Irftiild anil Andre Koalnla
net, find tile pliiyhiK of the Hon
ton "I'oim" orcheHtni lire ood
seller, Symphonic und eon
certl iirruiiKeiiieiit nren'l tuo
mneh In deuiiiiid. nlthoiiKh, a
one ulrl reported. "mont every
one buy a bunch of iilhinn
when they first net a new com
bination, but they don't buy
much alter Hint."
Aa fur u the liep-cida and
Jlvc-fima In the community are
concerned, Hie report wna iihii
iilly, "They come In und listen
a lot, hut they never buy much."
In the dlxeiMHlon of small
combo and larue bunds, Klam
nth full rest In the full bund
uroup, Allhouith n lol of trio,
(urlet und (ulnlet amuiue
mcnta are sold, the plnttera fen
turlnjr full bands, are ellhif
much better.
Moat music liouaea arc In
clined to clima tlm coinbox even
up with lh novelty ifroupa. The
KIhk Cole trio la leading In
combo anlea. and I'hll llarrla la
reported selling a lot of novelty
record. ,
Obvloua In the mualc indus
try la the wealth of new rudioa
and plioioarapha comniK Into
the market. Many couccrna,
despite their major business,
urn stocking rndioa of aomo sort
from $23 portabtea to Iiuku con
sole aized combination radio.
phoiioKi'iiphH costing $4110 to
Uirwn Main alreel your
reporter noticed a hemstitching
shop, a Uiiraue. a druu atore a
candy atore. a paint shop, beauty
idiop and a book atore. all with
radio dlaplayed for sale In the
windowa.
Phonourapha ur coming out
with many new innovatlona,
but they're all coatiiiK John g.
itiblic a lot more. One of the
luteal ia a combination that re
quire no needle chuniica nor
movcmcnl of the pluylnx arm,
nil you do la stick a record In a
slot and it play. Another new
model come cqulpix-d witli a
wire-recorder and player.
All in all, the bnain I alriclly
"aquare," dance that kt. We
may not know too much about
the bnllet, but we aure do
mean acbottlache.
City Dallvary Sorvlca. Ph. S417.
FUNNY BUSINESS
vs ;. -t, ; v Coo o o a O O O 0-JtMjtMiJfiZ
oBaSS t'nnnmltk.i.H.ui a.i Mt.aw '
ii
'And now at I turn, the subject will be hypnotized!"
Lumber Parley
Slated Tuesday
TACOMA, April 14 lP)
Union and management rcpre-
aentativea will meet in Seattle
tomorrow afternoon to continue
negotiation! on demand of
WitKlnrn Wahinufrm tiimlier nd
aawmill worker, Early Hartley,
preaincni or uie i'iirci inuna dis
trict council, aald today.
1'iM i.nlf. al. '111 fbiild
hourly wage Increaae, a liberul
ized pnld vacation agreement,
and health and welfare coverage
Homogenizing Outfits Set
Up By 2 Local Milk Plants
Inalailation of the latent In
milk equipment wai completed
in two Klamath Fall plant,
Klamath Falls Creamery and
Loat River Dairy, within the
paat two week with the addi
tion of new homogenizing machinery.
Man Kills Wife,
Takes Own Life
HOQUIAM, Wah.. April 14
I A') Police Chief Norman C.
Foote termed a murder and ui
cide today the death of Marion
F. Hurlbcrt, about 47. and his
estranged wife.
Hurlbert, the chief aid, ap
parently had been spying for
Mime timo on hi wife who man
aged a cafe adjacent to the hus
band's paint store. Yeterday,
Foote said, Hurlbert shoved a
rifle through a peep-hole In a
partition, futuliy wounded the
woman, fired a bullet through
the head of hi dog and then
took hi own life.
which would cost the operators
five cents an hour.
Delegates from 47 locals voted
Saturday to give unanimous
backing to the negotiating com
mittee in any action it deemed
necessary. A strike notice
already ha been filed to be
effective April 28.
UNEMPLOYMENT DROPS
PORTLAND, April 14 P)
Unemployment In the metropoli
tan Portland area dropped 2100
laat month to a total 23,300, the
state employment service report
ed today.
$50.00
L 733 Main I f I
av it
I
k
'BUT OHICIR-Wt OUST ENOUftH
OUTLETS IN TMt HOUSE'
Baai't rl1 yr wlrlnf y itam. Whan y
fjitj 1 1 al 0t as1arals prvla1 AwmmwAlt WfllfffVv
ILICTMCAL DIALERS OF KLAMATH FALLS
o
if
In the Alluring
International Evergreen Playground
VANCOUVER i
FATTLB
ACOMA
OIVMPU
(1 1 varlrty at the iplce of llfa, tlie Evergreen Ply-
ground li certainly the place oF placet to enjoy
lifa to the full. Here the summer climnto li alwayi
iulg(irntliig, wllh fresh, (alt-air lirrezet from tlie
blue, sparkling watrrs of Pugct Sound. You want
to do things in this magJc-lnnd - and there are so
many things to do: mountain trails to explore; kkes,
itrrumi and unit waters to fish; dozens of htvffing,
green golf comics; British shops to poke about in
quaint Victoria and delightful Vancouver! colorful,
ciMrnnpoliliin wharves and docks In seaports Tacom
and Scuttle; picture-book cnilnrs on Pugrt Sound
ferries and Mriuiiers lira list of thrngl fo see and
do Is endless. There Is no red-tape in crossing tli
border - nnil when you come, do see it all on both
ides. In addition to Its stride grandeurs, you'll and
this Evergreen land to fee en the cross-roads of
world commerce gateway to Alaska and the Orient
with Its greatest growth and development yet
before ft. The warmest of welcomes awaits yon.
GUEQQGGCJ
PIAY0R0URD
lUmi and TACOMA VANCOWlt and VICTMIA
JaiMnitan tritlia CakmiMa
AtMtloIMm effican 115 Columbia SI.. StaUlt 4
3
Moil fhis COUPON . . .
Association Offices,
International Evergreen Playground
215 Columbia Street, Seattle 4
Flense send free literature.
Name .
Address ,
City-
Slat 1
7one
PILES
SUCCESSFULLY TREATED
NO PAIN NO HOaeiTALIZATION
N f.M f Tltnf
ernunl aanUf
DR. E. M. MARSHA
Cllfrara0ll0 fbrtlrlaa
tit Na. 11 Kqalr Tkatr till
phr :om
Ordered more than three
years ago, the 6000-pound ma
chine was delivered to the Klam
ath Falls Creamery a week ago
and Installed immediately to
give that concern one bf the
moat complete milk procession
operations in the state.
Similar equipment. Including
a clarifier. was Installed by Lost
River Dairy and thl machinery
was also an order of long stand
ing, official advised.
llomogenization of milk gives
a more uniform flavor and
"creamy" taste and creamery
officials state that homogenized
milk is much easier to digest
than regular milk due to the
fine distribution of butterfat in
the milk.
r.aALD a niws. iaik riu, on. mondat, amM h, im, ra nim
Irritation of common
AFTER bathing angry skin with
the delightful lather of Sara
Korinol Soap, smooth on aootb
ing, tnedieated Jieamol Ointment.
Enjoy quick relief from Itchy,
fiery (ting. 8ee why thousand
raly on RESIKOL for comfort.
RESinoLr
(ivtRYom wants
CANDY iflA
I
3
demi-tasse Confections
My, how fh chilifm Urtt ttwm;
pown-upt, too. Ym, Sirra"Crffn
At CoHtti mad from pure,
rkh cream nd quality tojjee art
in bVmarMl brt jiw thty tt m
(Mktkxm ani delightful. InoSvioV
' wrapped.
NOW AT
PRE-WAR PRICE
V
u.ll,
501
SOLO WHERE QUALITY IS IMPORTANT
A
y
fOUND
TIN
SPORTSAIAN'S
CLUB
AT TULELAKI WILL It OPIN tVIRY NIGHT
DANCING EVERY NIGHT
EXCEPT FRIDAY
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Music and Entertainment
by DON RIDLEY
It's a good place to go - Phono
Tulelake 2501 for Reservations
.
1
Greyhound gives yen more travel per delor
Ye ml enlr f for fes
Greyhound's money-savtn fares
v. . trot yon get extra travel values
In the bargain!
For your travel dollar. Grey,
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plan. Choose from numerous,
well-timed schedule. Ride r
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see more along the way... travel
taftly with a highly trained,
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And you go aff the way by Grey
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tern. Yes, Greyhound give you
more for your money than any
other way to travel!
.AOtT. J. It. ATt .
M KLAMATH
raon uti
M Jolinnyon iiiG
Spot
1
5
. . . and finds out why
IB
is so much better
to smoke!
"It's the ONLY leading cigarette mide
differently." Johnny informed him. "And
this exclusive difference means . . .
the PHILIP MORRIS smoker really gets
-what other smokers only hope to get
better taste ... finer flavor. . . perfect
smoking pleasure."
Right, Johnny i If every smoker knew
what PHILIP MORRIS smokers know
they'd ALL change to PHILIP MORRIS
America's FINEST Cigarette!
Try a pack . . . today!
ma
IB
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ALWAYS BETTER BETTER AU WAYS
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