Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 16, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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Raw-Nerved Infantrymen
Stage Huge Maneuvers
CARNIVAL
B Dick Turner
YAKIMA, Mny 10 !. Their i
mincia aliiiiiienril uv n stiff wind
Ihul stung them with nxnlln-llkr 1
pai'llrlra or Hunt, IMXI bim ciiuI In. ,
Inhtry tllvlnlnn troops swarmed .
over Ilia iIiiiio hill hi Hi nearby I
Yakima firing range ynnlrrdiiy In
lint continuing nermiil pluiM) of ni
ttiien-way training iingi'iun wnirn
Will rnnihlilo III Alimka lliu lull mid
winter.
The men Indued under the sharp
rye u( the vIkIUhk slxlh nrmv inn.
Iiiaudrr, Ma), Urn, Ocorgo P llnv,
who mild 1 1 in skeletal farce was Ihe
largest aillve Briny unit In the,
(hilled HI aim tmlny whlili "lfvrn
Beautiful
Sport Shirts
unit priced right, luul
3.95 to 6.50
AI.HO
A Finn Variety of
Knit T-Shirts
95c to 3.95
VISIT
DOOM'S
Wlnrma Hotel llldi.
11 JS Main I'hunt Ui
the iiiillnn, to nil pruotlc:il purpose,
absolutely dcifniM'Imn ull land."
A tew miintlia hho. some of tile
same, troops took pint In I hn flrrt
phase nt llio trululliK urogram
Hinplilhloiiii IhiiiIIiik exercises on I lie
mil id y beailirs of California.
Thin second phone revealed para
doxlral contradiction today nfl
some gun commander those with
the iniw rmnlllrw weapons rare
fully rationed aininunltlon "lincaiihe
It la an srarce," while lank bat
IiiIIiiii coimiiunriera flrril hundred
of round freely, fed hy a tre
mendous reserve of unused shell
iiinniifaeturrd for una against Japn
iiw and Qerinuu.
The ahortugra arc felt almost
acutely In manpower, Oen, liny,
aald, na Hie division la hniiiperrd by
a high turnover of enlisted per
sonnel, losing amne 800 1 llinlltll Vlu
the discharge mule,
Thua the majority of those triilned
In California have already depart
ed; a large imrllon of thou) being
trained here will be mustered nut
by the lime the first if five com
panlea leavea for third phase opera
tions In Alaska In November.
The mnneuvera, lirgun here 'in a
large arnle last week, are scheduled
In continue tlirouiill next week, cul
mlnalluk In regular war kamra.
POI'I'V DAY
HAI.flM, Mnv 10 lA'i AelliiK
Clov. Robert 8, Karrell Jr., toilay
endorsed the annual poppy anle
Muv XI and 34 f the veteran of
Foreign Wura. The anle la for the
benefit nf disabled veterana.
COM 1WT tV Ml UMYKt. IHC T. M MO V t. T. Of f.
ClRMlflrd Arifi HrliiR HUiU.
SUCCESSFULLY TREATED
10 rIN NO HOaPITAI.IXATION
No ml Tim
r.riwaa.MI N..HM.I
DR. E. M. MARSHA
I'SlroaraiiHo rar.lelaa
It Na Ilk fctqalr Th..tra Hl
raa m
"With teacher' mUrlei what they are, I thought maybe
you'd rather have the nickel than another apple, Mitt
Murphy!"
Marine Corps League
MEMORIAL
DANCE
May 16, 1947
featuring
KARL SMYKIL
and hie 19-picce dance bend
At The
ARMORY
Dancing 8:30 to 1 Adm. 98c
Tickets on sale at Derby's Music Co.
Boyle's Column
Hunting Mice In Kitchen
With Rifle Gets Approval
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By MARY LOU CAHE
The lower hall of KU1IS were
partially bare today as thesenlori
took the traditional aklp day off.
Lam group ol
them left for
Lake o' the
Wooda, Ash.
land, Corvallls
and parts un
known. Juniors
and underclass
men got a
f llmpse of what
Ife In KU will
be like next
year.
John Epley
has been elect
ed to preside
over the Honor
society for next MAKY LOU CAHE
year, succeeding Milton Thompson.
Hoy Larson will fill the place of
vice president, Mary Lou Case,
secretary, and Ronald Woods, treas
urer. Miss Orpha Hudson advises
Honor society.
Beven members of the KU track
squad are In Corvallls this week
end for the slate track meet. The
entries are Tom Edwards, broad
Jump; Bob Redkey, low hurdles;
Elwood Rose, ahotput: Bob Moca
bee, high hurdles; Maurice Dor
man, mile; and Irvln Whltt. Javelin
and high Jump.
Script and Mike has voted In
three new members. Edith Wlsnen
bach, Donna Rae Wordan and Rex
Mills. These Initiates will become
full-fledged members at the next
meeting. May 22, This year for the
first time ever, a Script and Mike
radio award will be presented to
some deserving senior at com
mencement when the other depart
mental awards are given. Jim Ken
nett Is president of Script and Mike,
Charles Woodhouse Is advisor.
Re-In-Ca (radio, receivers, Indi
cators and conductors) held a
meeting to close the club for the
summer. The activities of Re-In-Ca
are building experimental radio
sets, repairing sets and advertising
tint there really la a radio class In
KU. This la the charter year for the
club since Its constitution was
passed by student congress on April
. President Is Lyle Steers. William
Pink Is advisor.
RiaAI.D N1WS. Klam.lk rail. Ore. faillAT, May IS, l, rata SM
RAILROADERM
CENTRALIA. May IS fJV-Organization
of a Trl-81ate Brotherhood
of Railroad Trainmen, covering
Washington, Idaho and Oregon,
was discussed yesterday at the open
ing session of the two-day conven
tion of the Washington organization.
Bly Week-End Llla Cox, fiU Mr, and Mrs. Harry Obenrhaln. Mine
Walnut, plans to spend the coming Cox Is employed with Kolin'a Flower
week-end in Bly with her parents, shop.
PILLOW BLOCKS
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Klamath Machine & Locomotive
Mill Supply Dept.
Spring & Elm Phona S141
By HAL BOYLE
COLUMBIA. Mo., May 111 (P. Bob
Wells loves his small wife because
she Iris him hunt mice In the
kitchen with a rifle.
And Kreda thinks her big gangling
husband married her because "I'm
the only one who lauglia at hi
Jokes."
Bob I a former alrforce crew
ehlef who came to the University of
Missouri to study Journalism under
the OI bill of rights. He keepa the
campus lively, and he and Freda,
who comes up to about Bob- arm
tills, are the happiest young couple I
have met In months. They took me
out to their small while house on
tlie edge of town, a rendezvous for
student ex-soldlers.
"Take off your shoes and make
yourself at home," aald Bob. It's a
nouse rule with them that every
gurnt has to lake off his shoes on
entering and leave them off. You
have to comply even if you have a
hole In your sock.
Bob Is given to antlr pranks car
ried out with a poker face.
Bob has a pusstnn for old guns
and they line his study. When a
inmue Invaded the kitchen once he
imilently stnlked It with a .22 rifle,
lie kliul It nrn the mniw stuck his
head around the corner.
"There's no danger," Bob Innlsted
"The bullets Junl go down Into the
cellar and nobody lives there."
On one wall of his study Is an old
colored lithograph of "Cusier'a Last
Sinnd" distributed by a brewery as
suloon art In a comer stands an old
plnball machine.
"I always wanted a plnbnll ma
ehlne I could play all night with
the same nickel." said Bob. "Now I
have It."
He goes to school on a bicycle
equipped with some old saddlebags
and occasionally Bob rides off with
his army canteen alrapped to his
side. For all his idiosyncrasies he Is
regarded by fellow students as the
moat brilliant In the class. He Just
uxes to ao oan tnings tor lun.
When he returned home from
oversea where he kept four-engine
B-24 In flying condition. Bob saw
many ex-servicemen foolishly toss
ing away Uieir savings and muster- i
Ing-out pay. He decided to spend
his more wisely. 1
He cycled about town until he
found a small house for sale and :
plunked down a down payment. He
went Into a store to buy some cheap
second-hand furniture. I
He liked the smiling red-hatred
little girl who waited on him Freda
Hollls, daughter of the proprietor.
"She sold me the worst furniture !
In the store." said Bob. "She charged
me (27.M for a broken old stove, i
When you pitched cosl Into the ;
front It came right on through out
the back."
"Anything else?" she asked, when
he was through buying.
"Yes you I" Bob said boldly. Kre- ;
da Just laughed, but Bob got a Job
In the store and two week later !
they were married. I
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Snell Heads
For Oregon
WASHINGTON, May 16 We
Oovrrnor Snell left for Oregon last
night after three days of conferences
In which he described Oregon prob
lems to federal officials.
He participated in testimony be
fore the senate subcommittee In
which Western governors appealed
for restoration of house-cut ap
propriations for the Interior depart
ment. Snell said he also had urged the
Indian bureau to retain the
Chemawa Indian school at Salem.
He added he had discussed with
Senators Cordon and Morse the
plans for persuading the reterans
administration to take over Camp
White hear Medford a a veteran
I hospital.
' Sophomores Host
At Card Party
TULELAKE. May 1 Candv was
presented as prizes at a public card
party sponsored Wednesday eve
ning by the sophomore class of the
; high school which Is looking for
. ward to a weighty budget when the
1 members are Juniors. The affair
i was held In the high school with
' the young hosts pleasantly sur
! prised at the large number of
j guest who arrived.
! George Taylor took high In
, pinochle. E. L. Bent ley In bridge
find the special awards went to Mrs.
- Dan Crawford and Charles K.
i Wiest.
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