Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 16, 1947, Page 14, Image 14

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YFAP NEEDED TO REACH PEAK
OF EFFICIENCY, SAYS BRASS
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The navy figures It would take a
your to bring the full power of the
licet Into another war.
High navy officials told a house
appropriations subcommittee It
would require that long to get Into
action the ships and planes It Is
putting Into storage and to get
ammunition pivuuiuuh ...... -the
needed rate.
Their testimony, while the sub
committee considered next years
funds for the navy, was made public
todsy
Rep. Ploeser (R-Mo.) listened
and summed things up this way;
"We are not going to sea tomor
row with the entire fleet In any
emergency."
Chiefs of several navy bureaus
cited these as reasons why the navy
would be unable to tight full force
at the drop of an atom bomb:
The fleet Is In "fairly good condi
tion" from the standpoint of re
pairs. But about 60 per cent of the
2330 active ships need some over
hauling. They have about 72 to
78 per cent of their full manpower.
Bolh active ships and the 5JB6
In reserve need some alterations.
Those In service should be changed
to improve them for fighting sub
marines, for submarine olfenslves,
and to allow carriers to handle
taster, heavier planes.
II would cost about 200.0O0.OO0
to give the navy up-to-date (Ire
control equipment. Even the newest
now In use la obsolescent because of
the development of high-speed
planes.
The navy has only Utile more
than half the required 5.000.000
rounds of five-Inch shells for use
against planes or ships, even though
It haa (3.600.000 worth of ammuni
tion In reserve. The fleet could use
all the supplies of flve-lnchers on
shins and In storage In M minutes j
of continuous firing.
Rcinie 40OO nlnnra In storage are '
"so outclassed In military perform-1
auce that they would never be used I
in combat except under desperate
circumstances."
rorty-tour per cent of the planes
In fleet combat squadrons "are
second-line aircraft of the same
models as those in storage" and
"we are using the old and surplus .
aircraft to a degree which . . . In- i
fluencea the current combat po
tential or lite fleet."
Even those In reserve will have
to be used for replacements and
they will be gone by mld-lf49.
Classified Ads Bring Results, i
DIRT
Sandy Loam
Lawn and Fill
Dtlivarod
or loodad on truck at
1248 Madison
Ph. 4050
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BABEE-TENDA
THo Safety Chair for Baby!
BABEE-TENDA Coifi no moro than hl-choir.
BABEE-TENDA Takes Ion roamt
BABEE-TENDA Can bo mod long altar hl-chair doyi.
BABEE-TENDA Sold on 10 Day Frot Trial; money r
fundod if not satisfactory.
Call Mr. Burton for a homo demonstration.
Wlllard Hotol.
Store Hours 9:00 I. m. to S:30 p. m.
Ninth t Pino Thone 3188
SHARP CUT PRICES SPECIAL VALUES, TOO! TOMORROW ONLYI IN LIMITED QUANTITIES! HURRYI
WOMKN'li
COTTON
Perky Print. Tubfast and styled
to the minute. Hlira to 44.
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I MATERIALS U PAIRS I BLANKET O
RAYON
PANTIES
3 for 100 SHEER
NYLONS
women's elastic waist rayon panties. In the new bareleg style. 45 ga. Sites Extra widel Make billowy prtsclUu. New. I-M
Womens elastic waist, rayon extra full-draping panels save! Dots. do-
doubl. crotch. Tearose color. S-M-L. to 10
b-auty for your win
cave. Nest hems.
72"x84" 2'i-lb. solid color sal in bind
ing. Rose, blue and cedar.
W
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100 36" FLOOR 3 iq. yd. 100 RAYON CREPE 2 for J00 Zltr A Xia
W M
2 yd. 100 NURSERY
PRINT
BATISTE
ir wide. Dainty rosebud patterns, pre- Fit on adult fixture, folds for storagel
shrunk.
All hardwood In durable Wax Birch or
Maple finish.
36" FLOOR 3 tq. yd,
MATTING
Protect hall floors! Durable asphalt over
felt base . . . looks like rubber! Non
slip surface! Washable! -
RAYON CREPE
SLIP
Tailored with, double yoke. Tearose and
white. Sizes 32-44.
Imported Willow, with reinforced rim
and bottom, and woven handles. 27"x
18x10', -in.
OVAL BRAIDED 98
RUGS I
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Colonial charm for every room! Heavy
cotton yarn. Gay color combinations.
Reverse 1 2x3 feet.
2 for 100
1
FLUFFY BATH
TOWELS
Heavy, absorbent turkish towels . . .
ready to drink up the water. Generous
size with colored borders.
REG. 32c
DISH TOWEL I
Designed by Cannu.; . r kitchen gayety.
Brilliant stripes again-. v.liitc back
ground. 17"x32".
ALUMINUM 1 00
RAKE
Cut price for this sale! lightweight for
easy handling, but strong enough to do
the Job! Buy now!
5-FOOT A 00
STEP LADDER
Wide steps reinforced. : r:"-fid Into
side rails for safety. Kuril- In-red;
handy wide pall shelf.
38
PASTIL SHIRT
Knit thiitl ol combsd
colion In paitel colon.
Each with the two-button
inoulder to eaiy lo
lip Into, h tliei 1 to 1.
eiu-e 2-4.
2U AN K UTS
Heal favorltei of the
bobby tockt crowd . .
In gay paint-box colon.
Shone; reinforced cel.
Ion, Sim $ lo 0'A.
HANDKERCHIEFS
Mon-ilied ... fine quol.
II y I Ihey'ie made ot
iturdy coNon with col
orful woven border de
sign, 17 Inchei iquare.
"T" SHIRTS
For iporli, lelwre or ol
'round weorl Comfort
able thlrt of fine col
ion. Short tleevei, crew
n.cki. S-M-L
GARDEN SEEDS
Hsre'i huge lovingtt 20
pocked of 100 freth
flower or vegetable
teedi regularly 1.40
NOW only ene dollar'
IKI HEADLIGHT
Savel Streamlined,
highly pollihtd white
enomeled heodllghil
2-cell capacity. 2.S
volt bulb Included.
HACKSAW
Slrong, nlckel-plaUr!,
reinforced frame, od
knlable for 8-10-12"
bladet ond 4-woy cut.
Two-Day Sole-Meet
PASTIL BROOM
Strong com broom firm
ly sewed, and capped
with colorful ploitk. Ai
sorted ihodei from
which to thooie. Save)
DOOR CLOSER
Adutlable for ilow or
fait doling of ilorm,
creen doori. 10', I Vi '
dla. cylinder. Dollar.
DaySpecloll
FLASHLIGHT
Buy It now for a dollarl
2-cell, 2-llghti-ln-l . . i
dlcki from ipotllghl to
floodlight. Bran caie,
triple -chrome-plated.
IRONING CORD
Time to renew your Iron cord well
Insulated, with plug and socket.
GIRLS' COTTON 100
DRESSES I
Perky little prints, dainty solid colon
... all trimmed with embroidery, rick
rack, and lacel 7-12.-
15e
9-OZ. GLASS 6 for
TUMBLERS
Sparkling crystal-clear glass; fluted
sides, and square bottom. Durable tum
blers for everyday.
3 for 100
V
MEN'S COTTON
SHORTS
They're rugged, they're sanforized!
Sturdy printed broadcloth, elastic waist.
Sizes 11-42.
CANVAS WORK 4 for 1 00
GLOVES I
Priced for savings! Heavyweight canvas,
strongly made to take rough treatment.
Knit wrists.
"101" BRAND 2 for 00
O'ALLS W
8-oz. denlni re-enforced with doubla
stitching, copper rivets. Sizes 8 to IS.
$
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2 R4
FOR
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FOR
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FOR
$
$
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2 i
FOR H
$
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2
FOR
$
LAMP CORD
Rubber covered. Replace worn, frayed
cords with new. SO-ft,
Bed and Kitchen
LIGHT FIXTURE
White enameled holder, clear and white
shades. Single light type.
TRAINING PANTS
I cotton pants all elastio
up at this prlcel
$
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