Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 04, 1947, Page 9, Image 9

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    Speaker Tells Of
Conditions Abroad
"You CBlitiot think of freedom on mi empty stomach," sluled young
Hon Kerni, recently returned UNItltA worker, mill speaker at the lunch,
eon meeting ot tho league of Women Voters Wednesday. Mny -JH. Ho
loft depressing picture ol tuiwlso military authority, dlntnntn of relief
from the 7.000,000 dlnpluccd persons who woulil xlnrve without It, mid
mi overall tenr ot Ituul. "Tho mnjorlty of Germans fool sorry for
themselves mid mill believe Ihoy were led Inlo the war. Thoro In no little
work to do mid fixxl milium ure mi low Ihut tho niillon In coniiilotely
demoralised," sny Mr. Kerns, Regarding tho 7,(Mio.uoo displaced persons
In Germany, must of thorn wore brought Into Clciinuny forcibly, mid
thry want to get out mid nun
own living, but nre not nllnwrd to!
Imve miy work In Indunlry or on Ihol meeting (latex, mid hII Interested
'III one tiling, However, Unit ", ucuinr nieniucrs
fllllllH
thry du not whiiI to do In go buck
to RUMlnll occupied territories.
There In a work system, controlled
bv cigarette rut lolling, clothing sup
nlv, elections, schools mid workshops.
Mr. Kerns believes Hint UNRKA's
eflorln Rl repatriation Imve boon mi
niiccennful, as the displaced person
Ihoy Imve prmuadrd to go buck
hiime have gone directly into a
Runslau coiiimuiilntlo nynlcm of gov
eminent mid colonlMllon.
Mr. Kertu believe Unit fenr unci
IlllSllUnt I" JlWt as COIIIIIIOU Hlllollg
Hie imtloiu of Europe nn It ever ,
lie bellevm, however, thnt the com
mon ieoplc nre the fiitiue everywhere,
mid fenr nnn paired win dinuppcur
when people ran understand enrh
of tint.
nre Invited to attend.
Mm. J, o. Yadon, promdonl, an
nounced I he following appointed di
rectum: Mm. C. E. Dennis, Mm.
Henry Ncwhounc, Mm. Wlllard Dun
can, Mm. Arnold Cirulapp and Mm.
Everett Dennis Hhe also announced
a landing committee chairmen for
urogram, Mm. Fred Ituei k, with Mm.
hi Orary and Mm. II. O. Palmer ai
chairmen of the International rela
tion ur foreign policy group; Mm.
Warren Unmet aa chairman of the
lrglnlutlvo group: Mm. I'aill Duck,
chairman of the welfare commltloe,
nud Mm. Arnold Ornlupp, clmlrmmi
of the educational committee.
Oilier standing cuinmltlee chair
men are an follow: Mm. Henry
other and have a tree Interchange I Nrwhoune, action: Mm. Twyla For
of Idea, and not mull thru.
Displaced pomous, Mr. Kerns says,
can lie heled by Immediate Immi
gration, not wholesale Immigration,
but filling the ciuolun which Ihrne
roitnlrlrii were allowed, and which
Is now held up ly red laie.
gunnn, training of dlncuuilnu gromi
lendrm and resource; Mm. 0. E,
l)eiiul and Mm. Floyd Ranker,
finance; Mm. Everett Dennis, mem
brrnhlii: Mm. A. A. Montgomery,
public relation, and Mm. Wlllard
Mr. I Duncan, fcjieakcr'e bureau and radio
Krrns iiImi believes thut racial nud i chairman, Willi Mm. Leo Hageliorn
sMiiorlly preludlte should be fought, script writer.
ifid tlml Hie ummi main alio
democracy will renin in on top longer
If the United Htalrs remembem It
la dealing with proud people, nnd
not Incur their hutird
The league voted to take action oil
Ladies Aid
MT. l.AK! -The Mt. Lakl Ladles
Aid met at the home of Mrn. A. H.
Ultimo, which clrnU with filling Campbell Thursday afternoon with
rslabllnhrd Immigration tiuolan, ask-! Mm, O. I.. llruwn mid Mm. Irvln
lug for uu early hearing by the limine . Campbell nnMMIng,
judicial v ulx'ommlltee. It alol Attractive bouquets of spring
asked for nn curly hearing by Ihe flowrm were arrunged about the
foreign nftftlrn commltlre on Inler- roomii.
national refugee oiganlMllou. This Mm. Cumpbrll led the devotional
Is Hie UN nrgiiuluition which would service. Refreshments were nerved
take over renpaitnllillliy for the re- to Mm. Etella Hill, Mm. Kmma
palrlatlon and resettlement of dl- Hchuremnn, Mm. C. J. Hen, Mm.
placed imtmiim Ukiii the cloning out Mnry Towunend. Mm. William Wll
of UNHRA. Individual member nnd llanu, Mm. Henry Memon, Mm
rveryime lutcrenied u nnkfd to drop Kilty Jackson, Mm. Bnm Ennun,
a imntraid to hl repreentallve III Mm. William Cunningham, Mra.
rongreiui nn thin Incur, and to Ihe , Jami n Crawford,
limine judiciary nubcommlllre on Mm. Perry Dixon. Mm. Ouy Hll
IlltWIO. yard. Mm. J. Baldwin, Mm. Uuford
Juno. July and Augimt nre vara- Kaylor. Mm. Clray Hrnnnon. Mm.
Hon moiithn n far nn regular meet- Howard Jacknun, Mm. Hlchnrd
lltgn me concerned for the lengue. I'lemlng. Kay Kraiiuun, Kred Craw.
There will, however, probably l ford. Aubrey Dale Campbell, and
dlnriinnlon gruiipn orgnnlted for the Ihe honlenn. The June meeting will
ummer. An noon n mnlerlnt la lie hold at the liunie of Mrs. Henry
received, chairmen will announce -Bcmon.
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Noon Luncheon
Memben of the Klamath Horoptl
mln'. club met for a noon luncheon,
Thursday, at the Pelican party room.
Pearl Young wax a heartily greeted
former member, who wax a guest
from the club nt Blockton. Cnllf.
Alice Lmnin presented Louise
Rolnhart as new member, mid also
an siienker of the day.
Atrs, Kelnhnrt spoke on sterling
silver, using numerous pieces of a
collection of Avis McG'onuel to lllux
trute her tulk. Her history of alerting
sliver wax very Interesting, the stan
dards of today's sterling having been
established In England nl the time
of wueen Elizabeth.
Hhe followed the history of let
service from the visit of Marco Polo
In China, to the service as It Ix
known today, and the transition of
sets of flatware, which at the time
of Lincoln consisted of carving
knife mid two-tlned fork mid
knives for etch guest,
Ye Oltle Pinochle club met Thurs
day, May 3D, with Minnie Padgett,
413 Uphani, for luncheon nnd cards.
There were three guests, Lucille
Ooheen, Eleanor Lewis and Ann
Bederhrnrt. Ducle Hoover held high
score; Kathryn Billings, second: Vio
let Vance, low, and the pinochle
award went to Minnie Padgett. For
the meeting on June 13 the hostess
will be Maggie Upton,
Reno Rites
CHILOQUIN A wedding of In
terest to numerous Klamath county
residents wax the Monday, May 38,
ceremony read In Reno, Nev which
united Jean Bin Ice of Ollchrlxt mid
James B. Hamilton. For the rites
Mm, Hamilton chose a grey suit
with pale pink springtime acces
sories. The couple will make their home
In Ollchrlnt where Mrs. Hamilton
will continue as muslo Instructor In
the schools. Hhe held a similar
position previously In Chlloquln and
In Mulin. Hamilton wax a resident
of Pine Ridge and Inter of Klamath
Fails and Vullejo, Calif.
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