Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 19, 1947, Page 9, Image 9

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    US General Claims Soviet
i Army Has 200 Divisions
1 'MIAMI. Fin., Jtllie.lu M'J-l.t.
?Ocn tl. l.awlon Collin aald today
4 Kuaalall iit'i a oiiiiiiiiiiurr llioae
of Urn U. B. army iu iu i.
In addition, he declitriMl, tho Huh
alalia have "ovor IU.OOU'' alriilanea
uutl "we cnnnol "inn 4000 aircraft
today."
Ccillln mild thnl In (iitnu i
U cnililo III Europe Ilia U. H, force
there "nie ao atiiull Ihnl limy could
eiiaily bo uvcriiiii."-
a MtlnmtiHl llml ItiiMila la "en
unhle ( putting iluu division In thr
field, have them III thr field rliilil
now," compared with 10 dlvlalona In
tho wholo U. H. army, lis aald
Search Made
For Plane
IIOIHK, Icliihci, Juno 10 il'i The
civil nrroimiltlra adinlnUtrallnn com.
,.((!, h ulil Indav
jiix InventlKntloii haa been atarled to
Torale C. I' Wclloll. a Unlllia, Tea.,
titlraiiian, wno apparently im nun
In lila private plane on Juno t.
Tho CAA aitld Wollon did not tile
a Illillit Plnh I'1" ",r aourrh waa
alarlrd nllor a telephone call waa
imrivrd laid nlilht ''"ill lila wlfa at
"omi rial at tho llradley airfield
hero told tho CAA llial Wpllon left
IPilae nt about 3 1) in. on June ft. Ho
implied ovrr III lliilw on rnulo from
iKdrii. Utah. I" Hpokane. Wah,. the
CAA aald.
Tho CAA rriMirlod thai official
were "cotifuaed" over tho plano'a
number. Tho rratl. Vuhro. eliliir
I r. Niia. NC.4U1IU Or NC-MO3.
tho ogrnry aald.
Mr. Wcllim Uilil official horo lhal
alio had mil hoard trom hrr liubaiid
Hire he Irll on tho Ilolao lllght.
CAA aintlima and airport through
nut tho Norlhweal have boon enlUt
ikI III tho search to locate Iho Trsa
man.
86 Miles Of
Hose For Sale
HAN FHANCIHCO. Juno III
r.iiounh hoae to go around Iho south
part of Han Franrlaro bay. from tho
riiy hall In Han rranrlaro to Ban
Jio and then northward to Alamoda
eighty-al mlloa . . . thai la lha ot
forlni of war aota eilmliillrallon
In a new aealed bid sale lo clow
July 10.
Tho sites and lyiies of Iims differ
(really, from 8-lliin liulde diameter
nil filling how to S-lnrh Inside
illameter. Tlio hoaoa are made of
lubber, bronao, galvanised alrol or
aynlhotlo rubber, and are detuned
lo rarry waler. oil. gasollno, atoam
or even aome tytioa of rhomlrala. All
time offered In till aalo la unused,
and prtorlllra are not required for
Ha purchaae.
Steel Foundry
Charges Lifted
WaHIIINOTON. June l '
The National lAbor ftrlatlona Ixnird
haa cleared Kleclrfc Htoel foundry.
Portland, of charge .of unfair labor
practice In distributing loiter
lo employee prior lo a collective
bargaining election In IIMS.
Tho board, overruling a trial ex
aminer's derlilnn. tilled that tha
foundry had only exerrlaed an em
plovers right of free speech.
Tho vole endrd In a ballot for no
union and waa protoated by both
ho AFT, moial tradea council and
tho CTO United Hleclworaora of
America.
TRY
LOWE'S
HAND MADE CANDIES
FOR
SPECIAL OCCASIONS
BEST OF LUCK
- TO
FRANKLIN
RICHFIELD
SERVICE
To Ploca Your Ordor
. Phone 7129
or
Coll at 127 No. 4th
HOME
LOWE'S
Hand Made Candies
WELCOME
TO OUR
"Ililaala's anlollllea In ICuropo" could
uroviuo unutlii'r 100 illvlaliuia.
"1 aimpiy viui iiiumj at oxumplea
of Hit) met that wo are U'mbly
weak unlay," tno war tlrpurtiiioni
luionuiilioii chief amd In u apetich
prepared lor a convention oi tho
itoaerve Olllcei aaauclullon.
"In all alncorlly-lii all logic,"
Col mm aulil, "we muat ruvlow our
altuutlim now, and take tho intern
um y slops to meet whut might hnp
lo)i to u. We cun't deal In proo
ubillllra any longer.
"I Ilia waa one of His mlatukea
iniido prior to l'carl llnrbor. People
auld Die Jap couldn't attack ua.
but they iliu. Today oilier natlona
In Hut world are capable of attack
ing ua."
Ho aald attack might come by
long-range, aircraft alrlkea acroaa
Iho Holar cap and might Include
atom bombing and bacteriological
warfare.
Miss Klamath
Contest Set ,
Judging of iho girl who will be
choaon aa "MUa Klamath," will lake
place Friday evening. June 37, on
mo aiago ui mo fellcan theatre.
Klnmalh merchanu and bualneu
I llrma are entering candldatca In
, thla couloal which la upoiworcil lo
i cnlly by the ilO-110 club In conjunc
I lion wllh the national "MIm Amer
ica" conical.
! 'Hie lucky dnnuol chuaen lo repre
aenl thla city will be aent U Hea
i aide by Iho 20-ao club lo romeio
I on July JS. 20 and 27 for the llllo
of "Miiva Oregon " If alio la choaen
; alio will uu to AilatiMc rrnv tit mm.
; x-lo in iho "Mlaa America" ronlet.
Her eenua will be paid through-
out the trip and ho will be under
: chaiieron at all tlmea.
I IOral bualnenaea not onlorlng
cariuiuaio are prlvllcgea to coll
irlbuie glfia or brnefiia. The Ore
gon Alrciufi Hervlce U offering Mian
Klamath a flight over the county
and the Lincoln Hlreet grocery la
offering the whole group of condl
dalea a rrulae In Richard Fiedler'
Chrla-Craft over Upper Klamath
lake
Other flrma contributing mer
rhandlne nrdent are iho Cameo hoi.
MiKlol Hhoe alore. Firealnno alnre.
Your Btore. Yellow Cab. KvcrbndV
Payleaa clrtiar aliire, CoaHi-To.rn-(
tore. Ilarwln'a Jewelrv, Kennell-Fl-lla
photo aludln. Karl'a Hhoe atore.
and J. C. Renlo. Jewelora.
Proceoda derived from Iho beauty
aiieen ahow, Juno 27, will go toward
efraylng aomo of Iho non-profit
campaign aimnaored by tho 20-no
club. In addition to Iho parade of
lovely randldatea on tho alage
Here will be the regular motion
picture program, all Included n the
price or admlaalon Friday night.
Roil Rate Talks
Get Senate Okay
WAKIflNOTON. Juno Id i,!i-Thc
aenato voted 0 lo 27 yenterdav to
I lei railroad confer with each other
on making rntea, nettling claim and
related acllvUlc.
I The vote Dajued anri Mml In Hie
hmuio Ilia ao-called Reed-Uiilwlnkle
bill exempllng railroad from proae
cullon under aiitl-tnfll law for
holding eurh conferenroa II pro
vldoa Uiat all rate -making pro
cedure bo approved bv the Inter
tate commerce commlaalon.
Rent Control
Gets 928 Beefs
SALEM. Juno 10 11 The Hiilem
rem control office anld today It hna
received 928 comnlnlnt.i of nbove
colllng renla, while 1M0 landlord
are charging leaa ihnn celling renta.
There are about SOOO regltercd
landlord In the area, which In
clude Marlon county and Wrat
Salem.
SPl'D Sl'PPORT
Grower who plan on participat
ing In Ihe potato upport program
for 1947, providing one I available,
and who grow 2 9 acre of potatoes '
or lea ahould make apnllcation to i
Ihe county committee before July
IS In order to be eligible for sup-
port. I
Unless application ha been made
by that time, grower of this acre-1
age would not be eligible. '
CONGRATULATIONS
to
.
HARLEY H. FRANKLIN
' from
THE BUILDER OF YOUR NEW STATION .
t
PINNIGER & WATKINS
Builders A Construction Engineer
1430 Klamath Ave. - Phone 4534
FAMILY
T. J O'HARA, Agent
RICHFIELD OIL CORP.
Dead
'4 "i ",. '
4 .ts . " v-
Mr, (ieorgo II. Ilarrl, 59, died
In Creacenl City, Calif., on Juno
19, Mho wa a realdent of Klamath
Fall for many year.
Former Basin
Woman Dies
Mra. Oeorge II. Hnrrla, 60, died
at BeuMde honpltii! In Crracenl
City, Calif , on June Kl. after a
leiiKthy lllneaa. Mra. llurrla realded
in Klamulh Fnlla tor many year
prior to leaving to make her home
In Hiirbor, Ore.. In 1946.
Funeral aervlcea were hold In
Urania foaa. Mra. Hnrrla waa born
In Wauj.au. Wla., April 8. IBM. and
waa a member of the Eplacopal
church.
Mr. and Mra. HnrrU came lo
Klamath Fall In 1928 and entered
the realaurant bualneaa.
Hurvivlug are her hukband,
Oeorge H Ilarrl of Creacent City,
Calif : three ller. Mra. Charle
Hwlft of Klumalh Fnlla, Mr. Flor
enco Wnahau of Bnn Franclaco,
Calif , and Mra. Flk Ward of Dun
mulr. Calif.: two brother. Clarence
Cole of Oerber. Calif., and Ronald
Cole of OranU Pna.
Mr. Hnrrla will remain In Crea
cenl. City at the Lauff hotel for an
Indefinite period.
Minor Actress Gets
Purchase Okay
I.OS ANOEI.ES. June 19 I.
Peggy Ann Gurucr, 16-yenr old film
aclrox, hull court permlMilon todny
to buy that $36,000 home he and
her mother have been eyeing.
The actreju. whoe aalary Is
11260 weekly and who 1 due for a
ralne I'll September, appeared before
Buiierlor Judge Raymond Mrln
lonh with her molher-guardlan,
Virginia Onrncr, alnglng Ihe evic
tion blue.
Tliev hud received nnllce. they
ld, to vacate Ihelr Ileverly Hill
homo, hadn't been able lo rent
aulinble uuurter elsewhere, but did
know where Ihcy could buy a place
for t:i6.KK).
The Judge, who muni approve
uch exendlture bv minor film
plavor. oxprevied lltactlon over
a atnlement of her financial ac
count and okayed the purchane.
7.000 Parachutes
Go On Sale
8AN FRANCISCO. June Id-War
assets administration has 2000 white
parachute canopies of nylon or silk
which It Is offering for sale on a
salvage basis at a fixed price of $9
each to priority buyers only. Mini
mum orders are five and maximum
to a customer Is 100. Orders accom
panied by cash or approved credit
certification will be accepted up to
July 15. Samples are on display at
WAA's customer service center, 33
Berry atreet. San Francisco.
PARK VIEW
Convalescent Home
(Formerly of Ashland)
B0 ! Slala Sir. el
Mtifari, Ortfa rb.a. KM
l!-llnr Strvlcr
0,llilr4 Narta In Char.
lii' .
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MBMaaaHaaaMaMaBiaaiaaMl
IIAI'PV EN1
RICHMOMJ, lud., June 19 Wi
Firemen Jerked Hie Dlu.lnK troiux-ra
irom tti-ynur-uld Juliu Vvudawortli
and ruahod him to a hoapltul lor
iroatment for minor burua.
Wuuaworth pleuded with tho fire
men to recover hi trouaera and
look In one of the pockt'La.
They found ia:u, Wiidaworth'
iiylng,
' .
;knti.kman jv.r.p diuvkk
ORANU IHI.AND. Neb., June 19
ll'r The wind whlaked Mr. Wlllnrd
Palmer hat from her head aa ahe
wa croaalug a atreet. She watched
a traffic bore down on the bonnet
a It lay In the middle of the In
teraecllon. Hut )ut ahead of the traffic a
Jeep dnahed acroa and the driver
acooped uu the hut, atopped at the
curb and gave It to Mr. Palmer.
"I waa glnd to have the Kenllit
man In the Jeep prove that chivalry
I not gone only changed," ald
Mr. Palmer.
IIIJKKY rUK HUOAK
TUL8A, Okla., June 19 iI'i "I
wa going to get my ugar," ex
plained a motorlat charged with
driving 66 mile an hour.
"A man )iouldn't drive that faat
lo pick up 'any woman," obaerved
Aaaialant Proaecutor Mr. Margaret
Ijimrn to Common Plea Judge
A. U. HnrblKon.
The Judge fined the motorlat 120
and coat although he explained
ho wu a grocer ruxhhig to a whole
aale houae and afruld he'd lone hi
ciutomcr U ho didn't have augar.
' FLYING BONDS
TIFFIN, O,, June 19 iJ'i A war
bond blown away when a tornado
irucx. a trailer camp on the out
klrta of Flodluy early In May wa
recovered yesterday by the owner.
Mr. and Mra. Max Front of Flndlay.
The bond waa found by J. A.
Bchrelner. Seneca county farmer,
on hi furm near Belcvue. over 40
mlloa from the trailer camp. It wa
the atcond bond recovered by the
Proata. The flrl wa found by a
farmer 10 mile from Flndlay.
Fehlhaber In
AP Position
DENVER, June 19 lP Appoint
ment of J. W. Fehlhaber of the
Denver Aaaoclated Preu staff aa,
correspondent In charge of Die
Halt Lake City bureau was an
nounced today by Kent Cooper, ex
ecutive director of the AP.
Fehlhaber, known to score of
weUfm newspapermen a "Fllo,"
Joined the Associated Press In 1928
and served In Uie Helena, Mont.,
bureau before coming to Denver
111 1034. He has tilled many assign
menu here and has been day editor
for more than two years.
Loudon Kelly, whom Fehlhaber
will succeed In Salt Lake City on
July 6, will be re-asslgned to the
Denver bureau.
GRAND OPENING
SUPER SERVICE STATIONS 3640 SUMMERS LANE
Marley H. Franklin.
Has This To Say:
"A we go through life, day by day, tussling with our every dy tolls, we are ure of only two
thing . . . DEATH and TAXES. .We Just hope and guess for the best of everything. It might
be a guess as to how many miles of service are left in the front tires on the car ... It
may be a guess as to how much longer the battery will hold out . . . Maybe a guess as to where
to have the oil changed, or those horrible squeaks eliminated ... ON and ON IT'S GUESS?
GUESS? GUESS , ' v
I can make It worth your while In this GUESSING GAME! HOW MANY GALLONS oV GAS
OLINE WILL BE SOLD AT THIS NEW STATION FROM 6:00 a.m, SATURDAY JUNE 81 to
10:00 p.m., SATURDAY, JULY 12?
"THE CAR OWNER PRESENTING AN ESTIMATE NEAREST TO THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF
GALLONS OF GASOLINE SOLD DURING THIS PERIOD WILL RECEIVE A PAIR ,OF GOOD
YEAR, ALL WEATHER, PASSENGER CAR TIRES TO FIT HIS CAR NEXT BEST ESTIMATE
WILL RECEIVE A HEAVY DUTY GOODYEAR BATTERY GUARANTEED FOR 18 MONTHS.
THIRD WINNER WILL RECEIVE A COMPLETE SERVICE JOB WHICH WILL INCLUDE A
CAR WASH, LUBRICATION, AND OIL CHANGE. Estimates must be turned in between 6:00
a.m., June 21, and 10:00 p.m., July 51 Fill out detach coupon below) '
T. J. O'HARA, Agent, and MR. DYKE, representative for Richfield Oil Corp., wUl be judges
and final authority In this event. Winners will be notified July 1st by phone or mail. This will
be conducted ON THE SQUARE and Is FREE .TO EVERYONE. I heartily invite and urge every
reader la participate in this GRAND OPENING OCCASION!" HARLEY H. FRANKLIN.
FRANKLIN RICHFIELD SERVICE
3640 Summers Lane
HARLEY H. FRANKLIN - - - - Owner and Operator
Wilson To
Head Turkish
Aid Program
WAHHINOTON, June 19 P
President Truman today nominated
Kdwln C. Wllon, ambassador to
Turkey, to be chief of the American
mission under the (100,000,000 Turk
ish atd program.
The nomination, which had been
expected, was Rent to tho senate
along with the appointment of
Charles E. Bultzman, vice president
of the New York stock exchange, a
an assistant secretary of state.
Wilson, a native of Palatka, Fla.,
and a veteran diplomat, will handle
the Turkish aid Job In addition to
his duties as ambassador. The Turk
ish aid I part of a M00.000.000 pro-!
gram to bulwark Turkey and Oreecc '
ugalnat communism. i
HnlUmnn. a graduate of the U. B.
military academy, served as a brlxa-1
dler general In World War II andj
received the distinguished service
medul. He returned to the New York
slock exchange early in 1946.
There wo some confusion con-
ccrnlng the post Snlt7.man would '
Hike. Neither the While House or,
stale department ho disclosed there
Is any vacancy In the assistant secre
taryships. Hoth Assistant Secretary of State
John H. Hllldring, In charge of oc- i
cupullnn policy, and Assistant Secre-:
tury William Benton, In charge of
the office of public affairs, are slated 1
to go. But Hllldring recently advised I
newsmen that he would be at the i
stute department through the sum-!
mer. Benton's retirement has not
been expected until the congrei-
MOTO-SWAY
Sways Squeaks Away
Opens up spring leaves and frees shackles.
Detects squeaks, rattles, defects and
insures 100 lubrication.
Assures perfect lubrication of knee-oction
unit ond entire front end system.
SEE MOTO
. MARTIN'S
SERVICE
6th Klamath
OPEN DAY AND NITE
HARLEY H. FRANKLIN
wprwwajfaj
. -?
O
Climbers Scale
St. Pete's Dome
OREOON CITY, Ore., June 19 m
A party of four climber told today
of conquering the vertical wall of St.
Peter's dome, famous rock pinnacle
near Horsetail falls on the Columbia
river, for the second time oh record.
Another party scaled It In 1939.
The climber camped at the foot
of the 1200 foot pinnacle June 9 and
started driving eteel pin Into the
face of the wall. Yesterday they
made the final climb In a few hours.
Only one mishap occurred when
Floyd Richardson, 19, fell 10 feet
when one pin broke loose. Ropes
halted hi fall. Other In the party 1
were Donald Baars, 19, Leonard Rice, 1
17, and John Morrla, 17.
slonal controversy over funds for
the state department' Information
program I settled.
GOOD LUCK
TO THE
Franklin
Richfield
Service
rm WATERS Co.
F. J. Card A. IL Htltes
PLUMBING HEATING
602 So. th Phone 857J
- SWAY AT
RICHFIELD
STATION
Phone 8412
THE
ECATIIDIkll '
kni wninw . . .
RICHFIELD PRODUCT
iir G O O D YE AR tires . tubes batteries
Complete Line of Accessories O Seat Covers
O Car Washing Lubrication
NOBODY BARRED
THE PROBLEM'S NOT HARD!
nrKALD Nr.W. Klimalk rIU, Ort.
American Friends
Name Gulley
PORTLAND, June 19 WI The
American Friends' service commit
tee has named Emmett W. Oulley,
former president of Pacific uni
versity, a executive secretary of a
new Portland office of the com
mittee. Oregon executive committee
members Include Sceva Laughlln,
Willamette university, and Rose
Miles, Salem.
TIRES
ACCESSORIES
WE GIVE
S&H
GREEN STAMPS
RICHFIELD
SUNRISE SERVICE STATION
101 E. Main
LUBRICATION
. OUR
SPECIALTY
ft
SUMMERSHIELD NOW
Let us put your cor in ihape for.
THAT SUMMER TRIP
Best Wishes to Harley H. Franklin
RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION
1102 EAST MAIN
ANNOUNCES
PINNIGER AND WATKINS
Local building engineers have constructed this SUPER
SERVICE STATION to meet every necessary requirement for
me lo render the most efficient service possible. It is a great
pleasure for me to invite you to drive in and see for yourself!
OUR SERVICE WILL PROVE ITS VALUE!
Souvenirs For The Kiddies
Yes LOWE'S FAMOUS HAND MADE CANDY 8HOP is
preparing a gift package for every one who cares to attend
our opening SATURDAY, JUNE 21st
... COME AND GET THEM EARLY
Starting Saturday, June 21st, at 6:00 a. m., and
continuing through July 12th, at 10:00 p. m., how
many gallons of gasoline will .be told through our
two pumpi which include Regular and Ethyl Richfield
Gasoline? Turn in coupon by 10:00 p. m., July 5! ,
NAME .....a. - - - ;
ADDRESS :
PHONE
my guess is
TliraDAT, Jaaa It, UU, Fata Nla
let Cream Law t
To Be Regulated
8ALEM, June 1ft P) Oregon Ire
cream standards will return to the
prewar basis on July 1, the slate
department of agriculture uM to
day The new standard are that plain
Ice cream must have at least 11
per cent butterfat, while fruit and
nut Ice cream must have 10 per
cent butterfat.
BATTERIES
Phone 7024'
2.100 So, 6lh
Phone 8.167
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