Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 09, 1947, Page 12, Image 12

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    Special Vote
Puts Mack
In Congress
OLYMPIA. Wsh., June t fn
Russell V. Muck, republican,
ranked today the newest addi
tion to in congress 01 uie uimcu
Btates and Charles Savage, demo
crat, who had the backing of Hen
ry Wallace, remained an ex-congressman
after Saturday's special
election gave the OOP and the
Hoqulam pubilsner uie victory oy
1600 votes.
Mack said hi viewed his election
as a decision by the people of
Washington's third district to
land "solidly back of our nation's
bi-partisan policy." He succeeds
the late Fred Norman, the re-
?ublican who defeated Savage by
000 votes in the 14 election.
The loser accused the republi
cans of resorting to "smear tactics
to confuse the voters" during the
election in which the Wallace
stand was played prominently by
both parties. He added, however,
that the vote Indicated a trend
"away from the backward republi
can program."
In the primary election which
sent the two into the finals the
democratic vote was 39.000 and the
republican vote 17.000, Savage poll
ing 17.000 and Mack 9000. In Sat
urday's general election Mack
polled an unofficial 32.449 to
Savage's 30.939, with 573 of the
district's 607 precincts reported.
Savage conceded four hours after
the polls closed.
Child Care
! Meet Slated
The child care, health and wel
. fare committee will meet at a p. m,
Tuesday, In the conference room of
the chamber of commerce to study
the expanded summer recreation
program in the city.
Samuel H. Smith, city recreation
director, will speajc on tne city s
plans for the summer, and a com
mittee on group work and recrea
tion, beaded by Cecil Kollenbora of
the YMCA will report on the community-wide
summer youth activ
ities. . Proposed by-laws for setting up a
permanent child care organisation
will be presented. The public is cor
dially Invited to attend the session
which will be the final general
meeting until September.
Patti Foltom To
Be Rodeo Qutcn
PMIDLETON, June JPV Pattt
Folsom, University of Oregon stu
dent and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Folsom. Pendleton, has been
named queen of the Pendleton
- Roundup here September 10-13.
Spruce Aphideft
v. Damage Slight
'(V SEASIDE. June 9 11 A Clatsop
f, eounty survey of spruce aphides
Infestation in timber stands here
shows little commercial timber is
threatened at present.
County officials reported lnfesta
"' tion is now centered on farm groves
and some county owned tracts, but
j.'1 that unless checked the aphids will
k spread to heavy coast range forests
'g in a lew years.
t Sue Fernimen
t Wins Scholarship
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene, June 9 (Special) Nina Sue
Fernimen, daughter of Mr. and Mis.
W. H. Fernimen. route 3, box 168-A,
Klamath Falls, was this week award
ed a S75 Phi Theta Upsilon schol
arship for the 1947-48 school year.
Phi Theta, Upsilon is the junior
women's service honorary in the
University of Oregon. Miss Ferni
men, a Junior in psychology, is
president of her living organization.
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This Pair Of Speedsters May Buzi On Upper Klamath
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raeera who ate expected to enter the Jareeea' regatta on I'pper Klamath lake June 13. The event will be
the first boat carnival on the lake since before the war, and will be preceded by a show of the latest In
boats an Jane 11.
Board Eyes
Two Buildings
SALEM. June MP) The state
emergency board and board of con
trol scheduled a meeting here for
late today to decide whether to con
struct a $685,000 electrical engineer
ing building at Oregon 8tate col
lege and a $400,000 cell block at the
state penitentiary.
The engineering building has been
approved by the state board of
higher education, and will be fi
nanced from the $4,000,000 higher
education building fund. The prison
building will be financed by legis
lative appropriation and the $6,000.
000 stale Institution building funds.
Buildings constructed with those
funds must be approved by the
emergency board and the board of
control. The funds were voted by
the people two years ago.
Labor Convention
Opens Today
BEND, June UPV The State Fed
eration of Labor opened its annual
convention here today.
The Oregon State Building and
Construction Trades council, which
met here yesterday before the gen
eral AFL session, voted down by
three votes short of tne required
two-thirds majority a proposal to
raise its per capita tax by about
three per cent.
The council declared opposition to
the sales tax. chamDioned by the
Wagner - Ellender - Taft housing!
measure, ana pieagea support to tne
campaign to obtain more funds for
McNary dam.
I
Road Committee
Starts Work
SALEM, June 9 i The legisla
ture's Interim committee to study
sources of htghwav revenue and
RUns for developing a modern
ighway system began its work here
today.
The committee will recommend
to the 1949 legislature a comprehen
sive long-range highway develop
ment plan and methods of financ
ing It.
tea has announced negotiation of a
contract with the Reynolds Metal
company. Troutdale. Ore., plant for
a 13-cent hourly pay boost.
The new minimum will give pot
men $1.28 an hour. About 6M em
ployes are Involved in the three
year contract and James Mcnxle,
union agent, said the contract al
lows reopening of the wage clauses.
. Classified Ads Brin Results.
Labor Bill
Action To
Be Delayed
WASHINGTON. June 9 (A' Pres
ident Truman will withhold action
ou the Income tax reduction and
Inbor bills until he returns next
Friday from Canada.
Telling reporters this today, Pres
idential Secretary Charles O. Ross
said "thousands of letters" have
flooded into the White House on
both measures.
"Most of the mail Is concerning
Uie labor bill, and most of It urges
a veto," he said. "The mall conies
from both Individuals and organisa
tions. Leaves Tonight
The president will leave Wntlilng
ton tonight at 9 p.m. (KUl'i and
will address the Canadian parlia
ment on Wednesday. He Is to arrive
back In Washington Friday night.
He has until Monday to act on
the tax bill whirh reduces Income
taxes by 10.6 to 30 per cent. Unless
he signs or vetoes It by Monday mid
night. It will become law without
his signature.
He must act within 10 days (ex
cluding Sundays) after a measure
reaches him.
The labor bill has not yet reached
the While House, but probably will
arrive late today. CongreMloual
action was completed last week.
On the tax measure, Ross said:
"He will act on the bill after he
gets back Just when is not known."
The president flew back to the
capital from Kansas City yesterday
after a two-day reunion with his
World War I buddies and an ad
dress criticising the budget cuts
voted by the republican congress.
sl'Mlti kxii.i:d
BEAR MOUNTAIN, N. Y June 9
iVi Buslo, a raccoon, la an outcast
from the Trnllsltte museum where
site was ait attraction fur two years.
She was freed yeatcrduy In a
swninp eight miles awny niter mu
seum attendants discovered she had
slipped Into a snake pit and had
killed nine blacksimkes.
I MIAI'I'Y ril.l.K
LAWRKNCK, N. Y June 9 din
Julius Hrlcknrr reported to police
that $404a worth of Jewelry and
some bonds were missing from his
Long Inland home.
He said he wasn't sure whether
burglars had broken Into his wall
"BATES SHOES
Special!
For
Father's Day
Reg. 26.22
16" Gonuin
Imported
Pigskin Case
Troutdale Workers
Agree On Pay Hike ,
PORTLAND. June 9 Mt The
CIO United Steel Workers of Amer-
One Time Tacoma
or Dies
Ma ye
TACOMA, June 9 liP James O.
New begin, 73. one-time Tacoma
mayor and well-known lumberman,
died at his home here last night.
Newbegin was named mayor by
the Tacoma city council in 1929
when Melvin O. Tennent resigned
after a dispute with other members
of the council. He served for slight
ly more than one year.
Survivors Include his wife and
two sons, James Tacoma, John
W Seattle. ,
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FAMILY BAKTKK
POLK, Neb., June 9 -Arrangement
of vacation housing sccunimo
tlittlons wna a simple direct swap
lor Mr. and Mrs. Curl Hlcolqulnl of
Polk, and Mr. and Mrs, Otis Ander
son of Caldwell, Itlahu.
The Bteelqulsls are vacationing
III Caldwell and living In the Ander
son home. The Andersons are on
vacation here and living In the
Uteelqulst home.
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Bteclqulst
are sisters.
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COKVALIJS, June ( m Clauds
P, Pahnsr, Portland, has been $lecu
ed president of the Oregon Stat
Alumni association to mcced M
Dauer, Portland, 1 '
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Worn parts replaced with New Gen
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