Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 24, 1947, Page 15, Image 15

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IckesBlamed
For Current
USBR Slash
WASHINGTON, April 24--Hliime
tor th current controversy over
reclamation funds Inlet by Hcn
ttnr Dwnrshak iR-Iiliihni on former
Secretary o( Ilia Interior Harold
Irkrs mid liln aucccssor, J. A. Krug.
'I'll Interior department' con
ilruittlon fund for III47-4H have
been cut by the Iiihimi apprnprlu
IIiiiiii committee I rum iciiucnt nl
UtlD.430.4JU Ui ft proposed tlMI.DUH,-
01.1.
The hound reclamation atibcom-
tnlttce In trying to win k out h pulley
(or allocating power revenues to
land dcvrlupuiMil.
No Cooperation
He mild there has been "Utile dls
position" on llin purl (it tlm Inlerliir
department to cooperate with Hie
legislative nud appropriation coin
mltlrrn ol congieiui In pliinulilK
"sound development" ol waler mid
power resource.
"To lUuMrulc. like. In August,
1045, mibinlltcil contract to Mine
district In II in Columbia basin re
quiring loclaiiuitlun repayment ot
only B5 mi mi" on lunU v. lilill I he
In prior department estimated
would coil 4:'0 nn acre to reclaim.
"I contended thru, nud I Mill feel,
thiil thl action im until ill put
torn lor ml future repayment nego
tiation, despite ll" fuel thul ad
ders on comparable project urr
paying much mum g liquidate tlirlr
imlrbiriines."
FUNNY BUSINESS
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I.RALD NEW. Xltnalk rlli, On. THillSOAT, April it, IH7. ri ritl.t.
High School
Has Print
Day
YES SIR. GENTS! HERE'S A REAL SALE OF ALL ODD LOTS OF
FINE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
"I hopt you don't mind I'm rather on the tall (Id and
the ceiling In my apartmont's a bit low!"
Unit Uses Earth As Source
Of Heat For Modern Homes
ClILCHItaT. April 24 Friday,
April 11, wo u very Important cm
to all the student ot Cilli lirmr hig!
school who celebrated I ho coming
( spring with a I'rim Day. All the I
Kills wore brltiht print dreuc wlulo j
Hie boy woio M-vi mid print ,
shlrU or trr-shlifi There wife
klnit mid queen rhmen fmm the
indent. They were f)iu,rn tor per- j
mum) apiieuranee, croimllty, mid ;
aciiool npiril
HI'OKANK. Wash., April 24 tfl'i I
A "revolutionary" now device, w hich
hcul the home In winter, using the
rnrill in it auurce ot hrul, nud cool
It in minimer by sending lieul from
the holme Into the ruitli, wiik clo
nrrlbrd todny for dilritulc to the
fifth annual convriilton of the
Ruml Electric Cooperative eiwoclu
tliin. Marvin Htulih. vice president of
Ihe Muncle Orur Workii. Minute.
Ind.. aulU the device wa "basically
nothing more then the ordinary
household refrlfterulor unit." An In-
mulled in biuemeni, lie sum, u
1 about the site of op buttle
cooler.
Hundred ere In operation, Hnilth
mid. friim i-oitft to coiul mid In
forelKIl couutrien.
lie Mild 11 coiiMnU of three cir
cuit":
The evenltiu'.t uctivuy wiu u Print
IhlV lilill, klMlllMIII.il llV lllp tlt'lJ
lleiten. The rrowiilnn of Klin j ill A clowd-plpe w liter circuit
tleome I itieorKe I'oseyi ulid CJuecn which ruiui down Into a drilled well
IMcrl (Myrtle Merlciei looK place
alter the atudrnta had enjoyed aome
time of dancing III the decorated
ym.
The dancing waa Interrupted for
a time and all Ihe aludenU heartily
Joined In runhlni to the cafeteria
lor refreahmenta of aaudwichea.
aalad end lemonade. I
The firet Prim Day dance of Oil
rhrul hleli will be remembered a
another aucceuful event enjoyed In
Uii high achool year of '49 and '47.
Blind Minister
To Hold Services .
CIII.CHRI8T. April 24-The Rev.
Robert Mean, blind minuter who
held meeting al the Oilchrlal
Melhodlut church lant fall, arrived
Friday nlithl from Knman to hold
meetlnga for two weeka al Oie C'rea
eent Ilapll.it church. Rev. Meant
mad hi Unit appramnce nl Ihe
potluck dinner Hnlurilay evening
and will aloy al the Leonard Mr
Caw home. Biieclal meetlnga were
begun on Monday anil will be held
for two week. Rev. Mean wilt May
for aix week end Uien go back to
hit family.
The Camp Fire girls of Bhevltn.
under the direction of Mr. Mike
Chamberlen have been working in
dustriously on the cancer "drive.
Contribution have been received
from residenta of Bhevllu and stu
dent of Ullchrut high tchool.
or Into the ground to sufficient
depth to reach a ycur-nruund con- ,
kiimi lemneriilurc. The circulated i
wuler picks up hcul from Hie earin
,,,i iii'itver It to the unit for use
In heiilliiK or tiikea hem away irom
the unit lor cooling and put It Into
flic enrlh.
(2i A rcfiliicrnlor circuit which i
can either step up the temperature
r in,. Iii-iit hrouuht to the surface
or reduce the temperature of the ;
house.
i3i An air durl ystem which
traiuoort heat to or from the
house. Bmllh ald the device pn
vide nioUlure control and filter '
ti, air Another advantage, he
Mild, la that It eliminates dual and
ashes and removes risk ol lire
anpliyxlulluu.
Railroad of the United Stale
used 53 standard of lime before
standard tune wu adopted here on ,
October 18. 18113.
TOPCOATS-SPORT
COATS -SWE
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MISS OIUKION
MKDPORD. April 24 oil The
Mrdford Junior chamber of com
merce will enter candidate In the
'Mis Oregon" contest at Seaside,
July 25-27, Dick House, president,
said today.
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New Spring styles . . . plaids and plain colors oil wool. Sixes 34 to 44. All
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eral wear.
Reg. $27.50 coats . . now $13.75. $25.45 coats . . now $13
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Brand new Spring styles in a great variety of colors, patterns ond styles all
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4,
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is small so see them tomorrow. ALL AT HALF THE
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Lined and unlincd broken sixes and styles ... all
at half price. $5 slippers now $2.50. $3.50 slippers
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