Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 16, 1947, Page 2, Image 2

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.Chevrolet Tops
Million Mark
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.scmbly of lu 1,000.000th postwar
. V i. i-i. nstmmAv fhmrnVt. motor nl-
I vlmlon became the flrat single pro
iducer In the uto Industry to build
a million vehicles since the war, It
I was announced here today by Nich
olas Dreystadt. general manager of
this largest General Motors dlvl-
J a unit, ft 1647 model sedan
) produced In the Janesvllle
18.1 ansemoiy pmuL, uiic ui nmc
'' Chevrolet. Including first-quarter
! output of more than J50.000 vc
a hlcles and ft March total of 101,
1 107 units, making Chevrolet the
first producer to build more than
100.000 cars and trucks in single
postwar month.
! Completion of ft new ftssembly
Filant In Flint. Mich.. In the near
utura and of ft similar plant In
i Van Nuys, Calif., next fall, will
- i further augment the Chevrolet pro
duction potential, Dreystadt point-
ed out.
J With approximately 8,000.000
Chevrolet on the road today,
Dreystadt added. Chevrolet repre
! sents approximately one-founh of
I all motor vehicles In the service
l of the American motoring public
Building Cost
Slump Denied
NEW YORK. April 16 m
Mortgage bankers were told Tuesday
by George Goldstein, Newark. N. J.,
appraiser and real estate man. that
there was "no Immediate prospect
of lower building costs."
"As materials become more avail
able and hourly productivity of
labor more efficient," he said,
"higher wages and labor bickering
will more than offset the savings."
Barring unforeseeable possibil
ities, he said, "business conditions
should be fairly level for the next
even or eight years."
"There probably win be a slight
slide-off In 1948 but I think it will
be of minor consequence," Gold
stein said. "The two following
years will probably be at a fairly
even KecL prom lireu to ivoo,
economic conditions ought to con
tinue to be good unless additional
governmental burdens are placed
on business, or the foreign situation
upsets our export possibilities."
VNew Blacksmith
(Shop Opens Hera
A hJmm UaralAff acclefori tlV his
two sons, Wayne and Andrew, and
ft son-in-law, Dick Spicer have
opened to the public a recently
completed blacksmith and machine
shop at 2748 Wiard.
Bergloff, formerly associated with
Fred Barnett on sin street, omit
ft new corrugated ' metal building
which he expects to enlarge later.
Alaska Newsprint
Mill Under Way
WASHINGTON. April 16 WV
Secretary of the Interior Knig told
ft house territories subcommittee to
day that negotiations for establish
ment of a newsprint mill In South
eastern Alaska are Hearing comple
tion with ft large firm.
rne paper and pulp industry in
Alaska." he said, "may come soon
er than we have anticipated."
LINER OFF
LONDON. April 16 W) The Brit-
lsh Press association said Tuesday
that tugs had pulled the massive
liner Queen Elizabeth off the sand
bar on which she had been stuck
outsiae eouuuunpton naroor lor at
hours.
General
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Spring i a great time of the year, 'specially when yoa have
things to do like hunting litards. Here is liltle Rob O'Connor, son
609 Lincoln street, and his dog, Mike, doing some buy looking along a
3 Terrorists
Executed
JERUSALEM. April 16 Mt Dor
Be la Oruner and three other Jews
convicted of anti-British violence
died on the gallows In Acre prison
at dawn today shortly after
government authorities initiated
iron security measures intended
to prevent bloody retaliation.
Gruner, a 33-year-old Hungarian
veteran of the British army, and
the other three were members of
Irgun Zval Leuml, the Jewish un
derground organization which
claims to have been responsible for
most of Palestine's bloodletting In
recent months.
Gruner was sentenced January 1
by a British military court which
found him guilty of participating
in u raid on the Ramat Oan police
station last April 23 in which two
policemen were killed and Gruner
wounded.
The other three Dov Ben Sal
man Rosenbaum. 24: Elleser Ben
Zlon Kashanl. 23, and Mordecai
Ben Abraham Alkachl. 21 were
condemned on February ' 10 by
another military court which con
victed them of having arms and
whips in their possession when
they were arrested on December
23. the night a British major and
three sergeants were flogged by
the underground In retaliation for
the whipping of an Irgun mem
ber. 1 .
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Pan American Asks
Domestic Service
WASHINGTON. April 16 IIP
Municipal authorities In 13 termi
nal cities of Pan-American Airways'
overseas operations are supporting
the company's application for per
mits to establish a domestto service.
They include the city of Seattle,
Its port authority and its chamber
of commerce.
They have filed briefs with the
civil aeronautics board, the licens
ing authority. Pan-American, now
the major operator in the interna
tional field. Is asking for authority
to set up some 12.000 miles of
routes within the United States.
Improving Walter Stone. 51, V.
8. forest service employe who suf
fered painful burns last Friday eve
ning in an explosion of a heating
stove in crew quarters on tho west
side of Upper Klamath lake. 'was
reported Improving at Klamath Val
ley hospital today. His companion,
J. D. McFarlane. 27. was able to
leave the hospital following treat
ment. Dr. M. C. Cassel
Chiropractic Physician
Headaches, Gas, Stomach
and Spinal Ailments
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WASHINGTON. April 16 MV-The
American Red Cross today set aside
S225.000 for relief work In Texas
City, Tex., and sped 30 disaster ex
perts to the explosion-devastated
community.
The organisation described the
blast as ft "major disaster."
Merrill Grange
Plays Host
MERRILL, April 16 With the
end of the school term only six
weeks away, the senior class looking
forward to all the excitement of
graduation is planning for com
mencement scheduled for Thursday
night May 22.
Baccalaureate services will be the
previous Sunday night In the Pres
byterian church with Rev. Kenneth
Brown in the pulpit.
Four-year average grades of the
valedictorian, Berlva McCoy and
Helen Lacey. salutatortan were an
nounced this week by Principal
George Elliott Berltra. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McCoy has
a 3.75 average and Helen, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lacey
an average of 3.50. .
The 10 students, six girls and four
boys will wear caps and gowns.
The speaker will be announced
later.
A Mexican theme will be car
ried out In the decorations for the
annual' senior ball scheduled for
April 25 in the high school gymnas
ium and the dance will be open to
the public. The dance will be semi
formal with music by John Douglas'
S-plece orchestra. Tickets will be
sold at the door. -
Names of the graduates are
JoAnn Kandra. Winn tired Fayne.
Maxine Henderson, Irma Liptak,
Bob Rexford, Doyle Haskins. Ron
nie Trotman and Mickey O'Keefe.
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Falls and vlcinltr fer (he fi!t
Miliar pre-Ubricatc . ctUti
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ferably visit nr factor? and see
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Surfer Distress Of
WEAKNESS
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symptoms. It's famotu for helping
girls and women In this way I
Taken regularly Pinkham's
Compound helps build up resist
ance against such distress. Just
see If you, too, don't remarkably
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COMPOUND
dog for company and interesting
of Mr. and Mrs. John A. O'Connor,
rock wall.
Police Have
Quiet Day
Minor arrests and bookings formed
city police business for the past 34
hours.
Oliver L. Lesh. 52. of 109 N. Broad.
was arrested yesterday on a warrant
charging drunk and disorderly con
duct for which he entered a not
guilty plea and posted 3S ball.
Traffic citations were Issued to
naroia r. e,oeriein, xaw vine. lor a
violation of the basic rule: Lloyd J.
Hafar, 308 E. Main, running a stop
sign: Belford M. Buckley. 3359
Wantland. running a stop sign, and
uoraon acnimoerg, Klvervlew apart'
ments. no ooerator's license.
Virgil Burnett. 4343 Shasta way,
posted $5 bail for having no oper
ator's license. Three drunks and
one vagrant appeared In police court
uus morning. .
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Give Your Baby
the Precious Vitamins in
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look for the Complete
Line, of
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CBMALS MI AT . VtHtTABUS RUITS OSSSIKTS
Tourist Week '
Window Shown
In observance of Orcmon Tourist
Week. Anrll 13 to 19. the Klnmath
County chamber of .commerce has
dressed up Ha otilca windows wun
attractive banners and posters In
green and white.
A larue banner bears the mes
sage, "Oregon has Invited 4S.0V0,
000 touring guests be good hosts,"
and posters explain the value of
being good hosts to visitors.
The chamber Invites questions on
road conditions, places of Interest
and available accommodations. This
Information, tuuether with illustrat
ed folders, postcards and maps Is
ireeiy given an year round at tne
chamber office, 323 Main. Sugges
tions for getting the most within a
limited vacation trip In Southern
Oregon, are also made bv chnmber
personnel, who will figure mileage,
routes and stopovers for the grent
est comfort and pleasure to tourists
upon their request.
POTATOES
Basin Potato Shipments :
In Carloads
A .... 1M7 1M
aprll 15 3S 17
April to Date 319 . 127
Season to Date .-...10,454 10,416
CHICAfW Anrll la fin.imnit
Potatoes: arrivals 70. on track 243;
total U. S. shipments 1018: supplies
moderate; demand very slow; mar
ket dull with rather unsettled un
dertone; Idaho Russett Bur banks
utility grade $2.90: Nebraska Bliss
Triumphs tiSO U. S. No. 1 washed:
new stocks: Texas 50 lb. sacks
Bliss Triumphs U. 8. No. 1 washed
2.80.
LOS ANGELES. April ' H AP
USDAl Potatoes: 34 broken, 33 un
broken cars on track; arrivals. Idaho
16. Utah 2, by truck 7: market
steady; Idaho Russet No. 1-A,
$3.20-3.35. mostly $3.25-3.30.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 15 (AP
USD A) Potatoes: s broken, 3 un
broken cars on track two arrived
by truck; market steady; Idaho Rus
sets No. 1-A $3.60.
Rainy Weather
Cancels Game
NEW YORK. April 16 (Pi Rain
and cold weather forced the post
ponement of all but one game on
today's major league baseball pro
gram. In the contest at Cincinnati the
world champion St. Louis Cardinals
nopea to even tnings witn tne Keas
who defeated them 3-1, In the open
er yesterday.
In the American association,
which was scheduled to-start. Its
campaign today, two games Louis
ville at Toledo and Minneapolis at
Milwaukee were postponed.
Enjoy
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Chiloquin
Mrs flrnnio Kurta of St. Lotlls,
Mo., who has made her home for
the past few moullia with her niece
and family, the O, P. Mi'Kells, left
on Sunday morning by train for
Phoonls, Aria., where she will re
main Indefinitely. '
News of former Chiloquin and
Klamath Falls family reached here
last week. Mr, and Mrs. Louie Po
1th are on a three weeks' vacation
to Palm Springs, Calif., and dur
ing their absence their Reno, Ne
vada motel Is being managed by
Mr, and Mrs. Dale Rice, who left
here the previous week.
Don Rluell Is back on the Job
at the Mmloo Motor compuny af
ter ft vacation of nearly ft month
during which he, his wife, and the
dog motored north. British Colum
bia waa the destination and fortune
favored the travelers for they lust
missed bad weather every place
they went. The ralu either preceded
them or came slashing Into towns
Just after they had gone. Victoria
and Vancouver were both reported
as especially lovely tills time of
year.
Mrs. Bill Hardin and nine-month-
old daughter of Corvallla spent
several days with her father, Kd
Smith, last week, having come down
lor the wedding of her sister, Kutn,
to Charlie Clubb on Thursday eve
ning.
An all-out- support of the high
school sponsored dance on Satur
day evening Insures a successful
annual. Panther Tracks. lor 147.
Several couples from Klamath Falls
were in attendance including Mr.
and Mrs. Loy Barker, Paula Albert
and Fred Fletcher. Bernlcs Oehrlng
and Randall Foster.
Mrs. Vernon Norvall returned the
end of the week from several days
spent In a Klamath Falls hospital
She was suffering from ft severe
ear ftllmenU
Mrs. Sidney Burgadorf of Canby,
Calif., and her children. Including
nine-month-old Mary Jane, ar
rived on Friday to spend, several
days with her sisters.
The Roaue river vallev wu (ha
Thursday - Friday destination of
Mrs. Ruby Flury and daughter
Jane.
Mr. and Mrs. Del mar Warren of
Medford. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Warren
and daughters, Tina, Sharon and
five-week-old Janet of Prospect,
were Sunday guests of the Oerry
and Henrr Wolff families.
Fred Reed of Bell, a suburb of
ux Anseies. is on an extended visit
at the home of his brother and sis.
ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
mm.
Saturday evening guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Les Hoback were Mr. and
Mrs. Oale Rlddenour. Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Bradshaw. aU of Modoc Point.
ana Mr. ana Mrs. Mervin Utke of
Klamath Falls.
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Klamath'
People jl'l
Enjoy lljf
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Fun !
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Tule Grange
Holds Meet
TULKLAKE. Anrll IS The Tula.
lake grunge mot for a short busi
ness meet na Anrll 10. with Aiiailn
Terry, master, conducting the ses
sion. Mrs. Leonard Meslike, lecturer,
had charge of the program which
Included a aula and a aliening
match. Billy Weltkamp played two
selections on Uie piano, Dorothy
Meshke presented a cornel num
ber, Joan Anderson, piano selec
tion, and Miss Menhka amL Hiiliart
Terry played a cornet and clarinet
oust, accompanied by Mrs. Leonard
mvoiiKe.
Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Line
rwHiw a.
I WHY OIDHT X CALLtW r-,
How Much Do You Know About -CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE?
Even if you know nothing about Christian Sclenct, take this
opportunity to loam some of the facts about this scientific
religion which heals sickness and solves human problems.
Accept this Invitation on behalf of yourself, your family,
and your friends,
, ' . . i '
A Free Lecture Entitled
"The Science of Life and Healing"
By Robert 8. Van Atla. C. S. ' '
I Sxlinln, K.w T.rk ...
MtMB.r af la ftaarS al Llav.sia al Th. Mala.r rsarrS.'Tha Flral
Ctacak .1 CaiUI, SoUall.l, la BmIh. H.u.r.x.iu . ,
12 o'Clock NOON
Friday, April 18, Pelican Theatre
l!Sr lk AHt tt -.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Klamath Falls
ALL ARE WELCOME , ,
SHOULDN'T WE TELL GRArvPAW THAT HE'S.
EATING MORE THAN JUST SPAGHETTI j" '
Den't everlead your wiring tyitem. When ya
build or medernlie previse AOIOUAM WIKIN.
ELECTRICAL DEALERS OF KLAMATH FALLS
AT
GARAV
MR. GARAY hot boon
called "San Francisco's'
favorite entertainsr" ovsr
since the days that he
tang at , t h e Fox and
Warfield Theatres.
A crooner and ballad singer In those dayi,
he has added comedy and satire routines
that hat won him Immense applause in
the Bay area.
He mutt be good to have remained
at the Copacabana for tix yeart
It it V t c
To Forget Life's Bore Try
WKtiNKsnAtr, April u. i, T
Mrs. W, 11. Weltknmp was ft
guest fnr the program. Refresh,
ments were served by Mrs. W. H,
Anderson and Mrs. D. P. Relii.w
Mtnibeis present were Mr. ana MttW
W. H. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs."
Leonard Mrslike, Rev. Hugh Tlron.
son, Mrs. Frank Mhiiwiiu, Mr. and
Mrs. D. P. Held, Mr. anil Mr. Elmer
Scotl. Mr. and Mrs, II. T. Street,
Mr. and Mia. Leon Street, Mm. Roy
Urback, W. H. Weltkiimn, Mr. ana
Mrs. . Jim Uliiililnrd and Mr, and
Mrs. Austin Terry.,
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