Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 28, 1947, Page 10, Image 10

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British, French Gloomy
Over Prospect Of Action
for European Recovery
PARIS, June Jd I7P A gloomy
Atmosphere pervaded both British
And Frenrh quurters today after a
private conference between Krnest
Bcvln And Georges Bldnult, prior to
their second mertlnK late today with
Soviet Russia's V. M. Molotov.
French source reported the pre
liminary meeting of the British and
French foreign secretaries, And one
lnformAnt said:
"The success of the conference Is
In doubt."
There were Indication! that the
Simian position at Uiia afternoon's
Jap Officer
Cuts Throat
OUAM. June 38 (At Navy Lieut.
Shitflosht Nakamura, a prosecution
witness in the war crimes trial of
IS Japanese accused of causing the
torture aeatna 01 w Aniencniia vu
Truk committed narakir; wivn a ra
9vr 1a t a tndnv.
Nakamura slashed his stomach
and his throat ift the witness sec
tion of the marine stockade, to
which ho had been returned after a
harrowing day of cross examination
before the scowling laces oi uie or
fAnrinntji.
This morning Nakamura testified
against his former commander,
Capt. Hiroshi Iwanaml, former
commandant of the Truk hospital,
saying Iwanami had given the order
for torture experiments ou Ameri
can prisoners or war.
American officers said Naka
mum's lovalty to his former com
mander probably drove him to sui-
irl
Nakamura, spent the morning
under cross examination by De
fense Counsel Martin E. Carlson,
618 North Lotus avenue. Chicago.
After describing in detail how the
Yanks were killed with bacterial
Injections, dynamite blasts and the
application of tourniquets all as
part ot nospiuu experunem.
Log Rioting
Fines Given
UKIAH. Calif., June 28 (i A
February 4 incident arising from the
. year and a half old Redwood lum
bar strike brought sentences or
fines for four men convicted June
1 of rioting and assault in connec
tion with Uie stoning of non-union
mill workers.
Judge Lilburn Gibson sentenced
Robert Moore and George Sherrad
yesterday to six months in jail for
, rioting and to San Quentin prison
Vlpr 1 to 10 years for assault.
Joe Piraental was fined $250 for
rioting and $300 each on three As
sault counts. Richard - McCoard
was fined $250 for rioting and $300
each on two assault counts. Both
were given the alternative of one
day in the county jail for each $2
of the fines remaining unpaid.
AH defendants were from Fort
Bragg.
The Northern California redwood
strike is one of the nation's oldest.
The main unsettled issue is the
AFL Lumber and Timber Workers'
union demand for a union shop.
Wage Agreement
Ends Long Strike
FOREST GROVE, June 26 VPj
Jl contract providing a union shop
and t IK cent hourly wage in
crease was to be signed today by
the fHimeon Lumber Co. and the
AFL Lumber and Sawmill Workers,
ending a month-old strike.
The workers voted, 115 to 6, last
night to accept the contract, which
grants their demand for a union
shop. After Aug. 23, a union shop
will be harder to get a majority of
all employes, not just a majority
of those voting, must approve it.
Larry De, Bondt, secretary of the
AFL local, said workers would re
sume operations about July 7, after
taking their annual week's vaca
tion. About 275 men are involved.
ROACH NAMED HEAD
VANCOUVER, B. C, June 36 JP
The Northwest Electric And Power
association will be headed for the
coming year by P. E. Roach, Boise,
Idaho, who succeeds James J. Pol
henus of Portland as president. He
wa elected yesterday at the 40th
annual association meeting, which
Ako chose W. L. Thrailkill, Spokane,
as yice president.
PILES
SUCCESSFULLY TREATED
NO PAIN NO HOSPITALIZATION
No Loss of Tims
Penaanenl Kesnlts!
DR. E. M. MARSHA
Chlrepractlo Pfcrilelan
No. 1th Esq olre Tbeatr Bldjj.
Phone 7060
KIRBY
Vacuum Cleaners
.. Lifetime Guarantees
Free Demonstration
Telephone 9200
PARK VIEW
Convalescent- Home
(Formerly of Ashland)
Writ M. Id Street
H4frdt Oregon Phone M38
34-Hoar Serrlce
' ftf Istered Num in Chart
L.O.O.M.
White Pelican
Legion No. 146
Regular Meeting
' Sunday, June 29
V 2:00 P. M.
Final Arrangements
for July Convention
Ceremonial
REFRESHMENTS
threc-nower session mirht be one
of a continued request for more
Information,
Because of a news blackout im
posed by British request, official re
ports were scanty.
Clarify Speech
Tass, official Soviet news aftetiry,
said the conference's "foremost usk"
was to "clarify the actual meaning"
of the Harvard university speech
June 5 in which Secretary of State
George C. Marshall offered United
StAtcs help in rebuilding Europe's
war-wrecked economy. Some regard
ed this as a tipoff on, the Russian
attitude.
A spokesman for Uie British for
eign office reported the full agree
ment among the conferees to impose
the news blackout and said it would
not be lifted unless a "leak" de
veloped which would prejudice Uie
rtahts of newsmen.
Purpose of the bUrkout, he said.
was to guard against public debate
of controversial issues which would
delay ronelusion of the conference.
He added that the emphasis was on
peed in view of the urgency of the
questions discussed.
The spokesman said Uiat a com
munique would be issued at Uie end
of the conference,
i li: commenting on the news black
out, Le Parlslen spoke of an "iron
curtain . . , pulled across the hall
of parrots." and L'Aube. organ of
Bldault's own popular republican
movement (MRP), said censorship
threatened the success of the con
ference. Action Films
Now Ready
Several army and navy movie
films of authentic operations dur
ing the war are now Available for
use by organizations, clubs and so
cieties, free of charge.
Interested groups who wish to
show these pictures may contact
Capt. Eduardo Muxo by calling
8401, or John Martin. 3431. and
someone from the army or tiavy re
cruiting offices will show them any
time, anyplace. Projector and screen
are available with the pictures.
The navy office has just received
"To The Shores Of Iwo Jlma." a
color film, and "Prelude To Vic
tory." Films on hand at the army
office are "Hell For Leather." a
history of the first cavalry division
from the Philippines to Tokyo; a
news reel of the Yalta meeting of
the Big Three: "AcUon In Norway,
Belgium. Philippines, ETO and
Mediterranean."
Truman To Consider
Rent Extension
Washington. June 28 (Pi Presi
dent Truman will take action next
week, probably Monday, on he bill
to extend rent controls through next
February 28, the White House said
today.
The measure also allows voluntary
rent increases up to 15 per cent
where landlords and tenants agree
on leases running through 1948.
Mr. Truman has until midnight
Wednesday to act on the legislation.
but since present controls expire
After June 30 he is expected to an
nounce his decision Monday.
Hans Norland Fire Insurance. 123
N. 6th St
Klamath Business College
733 Pine St.
Enroll now for Special Summer Study
for a Complete Business Course.
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HYDRAULIC CONTROL
Brown Equipment Co.
Eagles To Elect
Officers Today
8ALEM, June 28 A The Oienon
state aerie of Uie Fraternal Oilier of
Eagles was to elect officers today,
with A. O. Lucas, Medford, the
only presidential candidate.
Flvo other, candidates are un
opposed: Gerald W, Mason, Pii't
land, for vice-president; W. K.
Muck, Astoria, for treasurer; W. M.
Loy, Bend, for chaplain; Roy
Jewell, The Dalles, for conductor;
Dr. F. L. Utter, Salem, for auurd.
W, H. Lynch, Eugene, Hurry Hea
vy, Albany, Harry James, Pendle
ton; Rav Marks, Medford, and Wil
liam Llser, Coos Bay. all were nomi
nated for the three trusteeships.
Benefit Pay
Claims Filed
Kvcrv dav lost year an average
of About 700 rctirfd wage earners
65 vcars old or older begun to receive
monthly benefit checks under the
federal old age and survivors Insur
ance progam, Paul Wetdenheliner,
acting manager of the Klamath
Falls office of the social security
administration, announced today.
All workers and tneir lamutcs
should know that benefits earned
under the program are payable to
the workers Alier retirement at age
65 or later, or to their dependents
in cas of death, only after claims
have Seen filed, Weldenhelmer said
The workers, or Uielr survivors, must
file claims In order to get anything.
Surveys by the social security ad
ministration have shown that benefit
payments are lost by many reasons
because they delay asking for them,
according to Mr. Wetdenheliner. The
benefits payable on retirement or
death of a breadwinner muy be paid
retroactively for. only three months
before the month in which a claim
is filed, and any delay longer than
three months after retirement or
death may mean loss of monthly
payments. It is advisable for the
worker who is 65 or over, or who is
nearing age 65. to visit the nearest
office of the social security Admini
stration to discuss his benefit rights,
even though he has not yet retired
or does not intend to retire soon. It
might be to the worker's advantage
to file a claim before retirement. In
any case the social security, office
will give him advice which will help
him to forestall any loss of benefits.
Morse Asks Long
Session Of Congress
WASHINGTON, June 28 OPr
Oregon's Senator Morse wants con
gress to stay in session Uirough
August and September, if necessary,
to complete major legislation.
"We are being well paid, and the
people of the country expect us to
stay here," Morse declared yester
day In an argument over action of
his own republican party majority.
After Senator Taft iR-Ohio i
asked unanimous consent on a mo-
tion, Morse charged that the
"unanimous consent" method had
been abused to restrict discussion
of vital issues.
Morse declared he had been
forced to a filibuster last. week-end
because the majority refused a
"reasonable request" to postpone
voting on the Taft-Hartley labor
bill. He accused GOP leaders of
"domineering tactics."
HOSPITAL I'P
PORTLAND, June 28 Pt The
government has a $5,000,000 hospital
to give Away.
The war assets administration
said Uie huge Camp White hospital
has been declared surplus, but no
buyers have turned up. A proposed
purchase by the state of Oregon
bogged down, and the veterans ad
ministration said it lacked funds to
take over the plant for a veterans'
hospital.
Phone 4760
Whether your fayn is
Urge or small, yoo need
the advantages the new
John Deere Model. "M"
Tractor offers you. Stop
at our store the next time
rov're in town And let us
tell you all about it I
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Mrrvyu Shuck, son of Mr. And
Mrs. Clifford J. Shuck of Merrill
Is home for the summer. He was
graduated this spring from Monte-
suniA school for boys In Los L.atos,
Calif., and' was active in riding
and A v i A 1 1 o n as well as being
named on the honor roll last term.
Legion Sets
Service Date
PORTLAND, June 28 Idn The
American Legion's Oregon depart
ment turned to election of officers
today after rejecting all proposals
to admit to the Legion meu who
Joined the armed services after
war's end.
In a bitter floor fight, delegates
yesterday thumbed down resolutions
wnicn would nave extended irom
Sept. 2. 1945 to December, 1046 the
deadline on which a man might
have enlisted and still be eligible to
the Legion.
An Oregon woman's candidacy to
the national auxiliary presidency
was backed by tile Legionnaires us
they voted $1,500 to the campaign
of Mrs. Hubert Goode. Portland.
She is running for the 1948-49 term.
The Legion voted a $270 annual
higher education scholarship to An
Oregon veteran's orphan; and gave
$300 to the Legion child welfare
committee. Another resolution
condemned, as contributing to Ju
venile delinquency, comic strips,
radio programs and motion pictures
dealing with crime. Delegates asked
the national organization to remand
Legion dues of members on active
duty with Uie armed forces.
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RUG CLEANING
UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE
Conveniently Cleaned In Your Heme
Latest Equipment and Methods
RHOADS CLEANING SERVICE
Serving the Basin
Telephone 6011
SPECIAL SALE
To July 15th, 1947
Corrugated Aluminum Roofing and Siding
"Alcoa" Priced at $13.00 per 100 iq. ft.
Sheets all sizes from 6 to 12 ft.
Buy Direct and Save. Mali Orders Filled Promptly
Sales Service Manufacturers
GREM'S ROOFING SERVICE
Phone 4838
Here's the Kind of
You Dream About!
There's no reason anjr
longer to put off the service
work your car needs.
We are all set right now to
do it do it right, do it fasti
We have the skilled me
chanics, men trained to exact
ing factory standards.
We have the parts.
We have the very latest
word in post-war equipment
for repairing and condition
ing your car.
Above all, we are anxious
to pfove to you we can deliver
the best service in town.
While we specialize on Nash,'
we have a complete Service
Library on other makes and
we 'do work on cars of all
makes.
And, of course, easy
Monthly Payments
LINK RIVER
606 So. 6th
Alcoa Official
Rotary Guest
Nornutn Purser, Vancouver. Wn
Rntarlun and member of the
Aluminum Company of America,
spoke to Uia Klumuth notary club
FrUtiiy noon at the Wlllurd on the
aluminum Industry.
The Alcoa official pointed out
that Uie Vancouver plant, the first
aluminum plant west of the Missis
sippi, performs one of (lie four steps
In the manufacture of aluminum
products the reduction of alumina
to metallic aluminum. The first two
steps are the mining of bauxite rind
refining It to nlumlim, he said, and
the fourth And final step Is fabri
cating of metallic aluminum.
Operation of the Washington
plant, which was started In 1U4U,
was made invisible through hydro
electric development 111 the North
west. The Alcoa plant uses as much
electric power In a day as the whole
city of Portland, he said.
Queen Giuger and the princesses
ot the annual Klaiuutli Ha.nn Rodeo
and their escorts. Mrs, W. D, Miller
and Mrs. Paul Buck, were guests
of the club.
Bob Houtk. district freight and
passenger agent of the Southern
Pacific, was Introduced as a new
member of Rotary with the classi
fication of railroad transportation,
freight and passenger, George Da
vis had been Introduced a week
ago as a new Roturlau with the
classification of hardware wholesal
ing, additional Active.
Al Olnes was chairman ot the
day.
Hawkins In
County Post
.1 V Itnu'ltltiK nf nulla Tv has
been named the new county santtu-1
tion officer and arrived June 16 to
take over his duties, replacing Lloyd
Seeley who recently resigned the
post.
A native ot Dallas, Tex., Hawkins
Graduated from the University of
Texas and since Uirn has worked as
sanitarian in Austin and Odessa.
Tex.; Pasco, Wash., And was senior
sanitarian for the Territory of
Alaska. Hawkins is A registered sani
tarian and pharmacist and has been
graded by the merit system as a
senior sanitarian.
Hawkins said his duties would In
clude Uie grading and checking of
restaurants, ciicckiiik vi kwuko uib
posnl. Inspecting the water supply.
checking Uie local swimming pool
and numerous lesser duties.
Hawkins' office is located In Uie
county health headquarters at 194,9
Main.
Ares Since 1924
Fully Insured
Drive in and get acquaint
ed. Whether it's "just a grease
job," or whether you'd like a
free estimate on any repair
work you need we will be
glad to show you what expert
work we do.
MOTORS
Phone 3650
$3.s0 7
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By The Auoelutrd 1'rew
I'KNNV HONKtf'i'V
WORLAND, Wyo., Juno 38 tA'i
An honest tourist, finding park
lug meter out of oritur when he
parked his car, left two pennies on
top of the niuehlno,
Worlnnd ritliena, Just as honest,
left them there for i hours until
a collector picked them up,
t)4-1)1)1, 1.AH tJl'KHTlON
KING CITY. Mo June 38 Wi
Clifford Iioone, King City fanner,
Is debuting whether to tour down
his kitchen relllng at a coat of $1)4,
tor ferrnt out A large store of honey
between the rafters,
Kveu ut present high prices, Boone
says, one can buy a lot of honey
for $114.
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IW.S MOINES., In., June 38 (A')
After Arthur Williams, 18, entered
a plea of guilty to a truffle charge
he wus given Uie choice ot a $30
fine or three dnys In Jail.
Ho hesitated a moment and then
told the court:
"My home is under water (due to
the floor) despite my efforts to save
It. I have been sleeping on the levee
for the lust two nluhts. Take me to
Jull."
Bonneville To Pore
Expense Account
PORTLAND. Ore.. June 38
Honnevllle power administration,
trying to cut expenditures to meet
an expected reduced budget, may
order tunny of Its employes to tuke
uielr puld two-week vacation soon.
Uouucvllle officials said this muxs
vacation wus one of several plans
being considered to meet the emer
gency. An Appropriation, still, being
uruutru in congress may give uon
nevlllc either $3,300,000 i senate pro
posal) or $3,500,000 (house pro
posal.) If the house does not Agree on the
figure by June 30, end of the fiscal
year, Bonneville must oerale with
in the lower figure In the Interim.
Already, 400 employes have received
srpar .lion notices.
with a
REBUILT FORD ENGINE
Runt like New Engine
Worn part replaced
with new Genuine
Ford Parte
Immediate Delivery
$11C24 Inc. Head
lJ J OH Pump
Budget, Terms
MOTOR CO.
Main At Esplansdo
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on more farm jobs than ever before . . . the worth ol
uy (ana machine is its time and labor saving earnings
iw y wye'?
TRIAD UNIVERSAL LOADER
THIS It MORE THAN AN ORDINARY L0A0ER, IT IS A MULTI-PURPOSE FARM MACHINE,
PROVEN IT YEARS OF FARM USE. IN THE FIELD 2 MEN DO IT ALL, NO GROUND CREW
required. In the bam, any whore around the lorm stacking, filling bins, mow 04
handling bales, bags, crates, besot, wood, toe, coal, silage, field crops, root crops
vegetables and other pnxluoe. Ctutnmnlic X or 2 men do it all.
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11 TRIAD WILL PAY FOR ITSELF SOONER BY DOING MORE
SPECIFICATIONS: Mod. olhlgli gri. w.lM tna oonMnxillon lor hir dulr wllhoul iioMn
wrtflhl. Powrod bf 4orol .s mujln. oonllolll by truck drl w. bef .In.bir imllon. KoUi rJok.p tit
patented ground sjio and !r.p. Tlr. n 600-10. DoUno4d Justebl. ail.. Truok arUohnHit In I.M
lhan 3 minute.. Spadal oanvoyor ohaln mad. laluslv.ly by u. alo oanvas convayur itell lor bulk.
Traitor hllo, on arm. W.lflht 1300 lbs., I.nqlh 10", oonvayof wldlh 39", wkllh ouwd. vha.1. Blf ,
iUndJ. Slandard halghl ailanrted 12', Standard pari. Uiroughoul. Big production prompt pari.
Mrvlo.. Lowast prlo. by comparison lor operation, and oonriruotlon. Invalidate.
WHY SUV AN UNKNOWN LOADER WHEN PROVEN THIAD WILL DO SO MUCH M0R(-IMVESTMATt!
2424 So. 6th
HKRAI.D A NltVS, Kl.rn... r.ll.. Of.
Newest Stamp
On Sale Here
The newest slump on snle nl
Klaiualh Fulls post office. Is the
thrco-eont maroon memorial to doc
tors. ,
Central design of the slump Is a
riiiirodiietlnu of I he famous nlil
pnliillng ol Blr Luke Flldi's, "The
Doctors,'" showing a uenrniHi aoetor
visiting a patient In I ho home with
I he shade of mi oil lump tilted to
shed light on the bed. The words,
"United mates Postuue" In whll
Gothic lettering stretch iutom the
lop of the slump.
Postal authorities announce the
new revised edition of the official
booklet is available now, It shows
designs and Illustrations of V, H
pontngn stumps from the dute of
their Introduction, 1847 to May III,
11147 mill Includes plute liiiiubrra
and gun ill It y of Issue of commem
oration nud nil' mull stumps.
t ills new booklet is published uy
the division office ot the superin
tendent of document, government
printing office and may be ordered
through this office III Washington.
D C. booklets are 49 cents each nnd
u post office order, note or check
must accompany each order.
Sunset Riding Stables
Alameda Drive
Now Open Under New
Management
Horses Boarded by the
Day Week Month
S
Whvrv All Vvivmls
3tvtt To Kqt !
P
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Atur Spi'ciultff
featuring
The BEST in THE WEST
Supervised 6y our chef
GEORGE WHITE
Dancing
end
luitrrtaiiiiiioul
Every Nighr Except Monday
Pianist BILL LOTT
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w x juivtn rtDikJie M
arms? ititm?
for yon.
TRIAD
picks -np
loads unloads 5.
2 men do it elllLZZS.
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IMPLEMENT CO.
"Buy the Best and Be Sutlsfltd"
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iters Face
Police Board
PORTLAND, Ore., Jlllin 38 ol'i .
The death of u sales mnnuger In
I. .il ,l.iitilf liuik" will I
slx Portland patrolmen before
police UlSdpillHU inn uwniu IVIOtKlny
on rlinrges ot neglect ot duly nlU
conduct unbecoming All officer.
Police chief Leon V. Jenkins eii,.,i
the. iiien as a coroner's repmi
showed Alfred W, Love, 55. I'nn.
luiul, illetl lit the drunk tank froni
it bruin lieiiiorrlingai and a true,
tilled skull,
Love was found dying on the no,..
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Thursday morning, The police chief
suld thai, despite standing oiiIcm
thai nny limn appearing Injured
should he lukeil lo emergency low.
pilal. liv was placed In the Jail j
drunk lank. ,
HOTCLS
OSBORN HOLLAND
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