The Bend Bulletin from Bend, Oregon on April 1, 1941 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO CREWS FIRE 4 AXIS VESSELS Venezuela Port Scene Of Scuttling Three Other Ships Taken Over to Prevent Sabotage Caracas, Venezuela. April 1 'IP- Four axis ships three Italian ' tankers and a German freighter were smouldering hulks off Puer to Cabello today, scuttled by their crews, out three other Italian ; tankers were under control of Venezuelan authorities to keep them from being sabotaged. Scuttling of the vessels caused an outbreak of anti-axis sentiment in Puerto Cabello, during which mobs burned the German-owned Hotel Gambrinus, whose manager . had fled three hours earlier. The destroyed ships were the freighter Scsostrts, 3.987 tons of Hamburg, and the Italian tankers, Trottiera, 6,205 tons of Venice; Jole Fassio, 5.169 tons of Genoa and Teresa Odrro, 8.196 tons, also of Genoa. Seized by Venezuelan authorities before damage could be done were the Baclcin Padre, 5,591 tons of Genoa; the Dentiee, 5J81 tons of Genoa, and the Alabaman. 7,004 tons, a former United States tanker now under Italian registry. As the ships blazed, German businessmen left Puerto Cabello by automobile. One store keeper there was arrested for harborini a member of the erew of an Ital- ianship. One German was struck I hv rf.irin. ... disorders. Martial law was en- forced. vessels were taken in custody by KLT1?0d,y-Venezuelan authorities, they were JST.l rt" WhWe "'"jAda'ge iCM ' Venezuelan authorities boarded I . 7, Ik."! ; Lions Start Planning custody before their ships had I been damaged. - The wholesale scu tilings. It was understood here, came soon after tha. nrmmm at ho r heard reports they were to be in- terned. - . . - I . n . ..... I rJoMTirX JoJ" iknmn k.ii. ui ' I r..iT. " """ - American he was released and uKrmi, . - - . i - I It was estimated that Venezue-1 Ian authorities had seized 200!,ng ' lne c,ub wa" J- S. Davis, crewmen from the Italian hin ! commander of the Perry A. Ste- and 36 from the German vessel. I After the scunllngs the Italian and German sailors took to life . boats but soon afterwards were apprehended by authorities. . 1 '. i -''' ... . ' Since at least one person in 100 Is likely .to stutter, the United States has 1.300,000 stutterers. ! says a proiessoroi speech at syra- cuse university. Orinoco suooct avmlabls IVKntaMkMlm . FAfASY 0 IJ hnplns kr Walt Dinar's n Um iliiilm "K..IMM.- U MS kr Of Umkm 7 5 A. T. WIEBERSAU. ID JEWELER West to Cssnsl Tksstn YOUR ALL. YEAR GIFT STORE tTIMN r MVMLTMt Convenient Credit! Glasses Fitted Expert Eys Tatting YouH Do Your Work Btt , t iWl tm ft tar war tt Mn WbtH fcr Um Imrk tt nw rliiw. If unct tt1 tmm ar mt ro4vc-Is u iHi m nm t14 aS (Ml Or n briiiu.. n m r m w rmr 9tm thrr4. fl my it Um win f all ravr tmMw. Dr. It. D. MeKenney OPTOMETRIST Oak. Fart af Oranai Af. PkaM 441-W Out Our Way 1(1 X WHY HSJ.TM& . WHUT FSCT " I Ln I . . .. n . . I I I .. - 1 I I tSViri 7 UMTA.K1GLE ' IT I'KA MCfT Wff.AsfJfb 'ft. ! K&KvZW's - ' Jw.uMi . Salem Senators Start Spring Training Work Salem. April 1 HP Salem's Sen-1 ators of the Western International : 6asaU league opens its spring - iraining marni ham rnsiau """" nere ronay. Maple said that Catcher Roy Hel- ser naa come to terms and would AlUIIuI Eaxter Parfv Bend Lions at their weekly meeting today- noon- in the Pine lavem appointed a committee. headed by Dick Lyon- tJulJte ar rangements for their', annual airtT I. ,i n, t I. k. Easter era hunt, to be hM nn I April 13 hi Drake Mric WorWins be Paul Stohr. W lllam . Reed and I Louis Hetnhrev Thi. i, i mjiiT th!Uin Paf1ifat,S tn - ... . cuest speaker at today's meet- vcns P031 ot the American Legion. ! 'u. on tne wotk of the ' Beaver Boy state, to be h?ldJt Corvallis from June 22 to Lions club is to sponsor a boy at the camp. . Chuck Whetzel and Richard Lyons were inducted I into mem- bersnip by the clubmen at the luncheon meeting, presided over y vr. M. a. MCKenney, president. Dr. J. S. Grahlman and John C. 'Jones assisted In the induction of !has contestants In all eight divi-the new members. I sions in the 34th national amateur boxing championships opening to- PrineviHe Man' Leg Hart by Dynamite Cap Prinevllle, April I tSpedal) Alvln Grimes, foreman of the CCC camp at the Ochoco ranger station received a very painful injury when a dynamite cap exploded Saturday going through his leg. Local physicians worked two hours dressing the wound, giving anti-toxin for lockjaw after the leg was-finally dressed. Grimes is In the PrineviHe General hospital, recovering from the accident. "Smoke Jumpers" are fire fighters who now land by parachute in back country to fight small blazes in the national forests. DRY JACKP1NE For Furnace, Rsngo, Firsplacs Brookings Wood Yard PhoM 7R7 or Sg Why Suffer Any Longer? ' When flir fall try riMdr44i fr rtlivf f tetaafii trrlkM. mrtU rttia, rtwMMtlviil. IUMm, Mkni. aktm 4Im-m, nrvrttls. yiltv, mrai, nrv. hwn. dwnHptn. prmtit trM matt tnaMf, wvlkn glutnf, Wm4. bMfM-r. MM4r. Nvtr, bttm mn4 mrinmty Utw. raes onhli.tatiov R.W.WONG, Herbalisf . 401 Bond ompr f Corgis Ave. For AH Forms of INSURANCE SEE Lumbermens Insurance Agency 957 Wed Street . PhorT. 17 THE BEND BULLETIN, BEND, OREGON, ARMY MEN CITED Washington. April 1 u The war department today cited five medal in recognition of their at-1 iempt to rescue seven members of an army bomber crew a tter a in nan ml muruu lakp. i am., m crash at Muroc Lake. Calif., May a. ine men ctteo included ft. Walter D. Blakely. Burns, Ore. . . , GarOla A Rld Namli New Bnr Pnlirpman HCW UCUU t UUCCUIdU Appointment of Carold A. Reid. graduate from the Bend high school with the class of 1933 and a member of the Bend volunteer fire department for the past four years, to fill the vacancy on the uoa (wuc .iTsuiviiiK 1IU1II the miipnatlnn of Riv R.rlnma. k . i ..r a-t.c. imiiiiiu. jvtnu iwi his nbuv on the Renit nnllr Inin this afternoon. The Bend youth was one of the is applicants wno tooK general adatability tests for officers, un-1 i-i-p "'i" i".-uii. diri r applicants were sent to the state nounced that Reid was in the high I hw.nli UId nnnln.M. ... I then made Reid is ihe son nf Mr ami Mr. H. A. -Reid of ih rarmii Aro. community Todav he wh smrtv. in rules of the local ilice oree lng rules of the local police force and the city ordinances, in Dreiiar-1 ation for active duty with the local stafl. Ohio Has Nine Men in National Boxing Meet Boston. Mass., April 1 UPiOhio mgni ar Boston Garden The Buckeye state paced the na tion by qualifying nine representatives including two bantamweights in yesterday's trials. ' The .fortunate 64 boxers emerged from 72 bouts during a nine-hour program last night. Thirty-two bouts will be staged tonight, and 16 semi-final and eight final fights tomorrow night. In one of last nighf s bouts bantamweight Paul Carbetta of Mansfield, O., needed only 12 seconds to finish Danny Snipe of Chema-wa. Ore., with a left Jab that paralyzed an eye nerve and forced the referee to halt the fray. Badminton Title Is Won by Dave Freeman Purl land. Auril 1 '111-Dave ' Freeman, national badminton 'champion from Pasadena, Cal., ilast night won Ihe northwestern championship by defeating John ; Samls, of Vancouver, B. C 13-14, 17-14. i Kreeman put out Sam Lee of i Portland in the semi-finals, 15-4, ! 13-10, while Samis was eliminating Hamilton Law, Seattle, 9-13, 15-6, 1 1510. Looking ahead to warm weather Icecream flavored with spinach, carrots, peas and asparagus Is a new menu idea. Bend Abstract Co. Ti le Insurance -Absfracfi Waif Peak ... ' ' Phono 174 By J. R. Williams' 'Irrigation Season Is v. 1 Un: Water in DltCheS ...... j . .. , .... -..,.., i Oivcnn Irrigation disirirt hrcan u-uiuuuu. .- .I the irrigation season tonight when I water was turned into the Cen-' tral nnmn ranal. Witlnr n,it u . . .j fi .... t u; lui iKu iiuu kiln tui ill iruiiai iui 1 a day or two, according to Jay . Shlw'y. C O. I. secretary, since a j wolK on ,ne numo PTOJ''c 'here. , Bnd moy no, able to ck,ar ,he canal in time. I I The season legally begins today, 1 and has been eagerly awaited by i irrigators who need the water to I I condition fields for spring plant ing. Showers over the district dur-! iiik lew id)S lluvt- i-ujm-u thn ciliLulinn ,.n..u.hit Shiunlu ' ' r, nuun-jr i-tMij, iiiiiii;i wdiri- I malir uiil In Pwlmnnrl Q .lur. Iday afternoon that Crane prairie reservoir now holds 26,000 acre , loct of storage, 10.000 acre feet less than last year at this time i ply. tmow Is almost gone at Crane LOGGKK KILt.FI Albany, April 1 mi Samuel John Tomkin. 36. of Brownsville I was fatally injured yesterday af- I ternoon while cutting piling at the ! Parker camp five miles east of Brownsville. A tree which he had j struck a snag, kicking back and hitting him on the head. He idled en route to Ihe Ihanon ho ' . Pllal. (MI. ..VM.I ICF .U ! played with Sammy Snead and j Sammy Byrd yesterday and went ALBANY WOMAN KILLED around the long and tough Augus-Albany, April 1 lliMrs. Deli-,ta national layout in 81. lah Campbell. 85, of Albany was Cobb said if he did play Ruth killed last night while crossing , the Babe could expect a little talk-the Pacific highway here when Ing and ribbing, struck by a truck driven by R. M. "After all." he said, "we are a Saar of Albany. 1 couple of ball players and can RADIO RARITIES EYiW who worn i me SAMS k0 STOR1 A g I no jur unir ssouoHT our "rZafJ It AkfO WRITING A BOOK.. IT $ OH f 'OUffi, I f7T THt VCKVUSHT SUSJSCT 0 V,, "' I VV ORIENTAL r?fLIGOrVPm0fQPHymmJ4 , ft , & v f I GROWN IHTHfi saar op a MICROPHONE ALLEY OOP WMaf MfOaaftuf X'? CvaayCsualr,.! ' N THS COMCUON ATTEN0IN&BOOM'SACTIVATlM6(?.WTAV FAIUUKH TO DESTHOV THi TIMa- . 46 M ACMIM6 S FOKC6WEUO THREW "THE MAIM SWITCH... 4& ftt I MACMINB.' J MUCHIXO.I'OtlOK WUNH1UO af VMC'fcl T BUYFIj. TT TUESDAY. APRIL 1. 1911 McLemore's ' Sport Parade (Ualfcai Pfaat SUIT CerratpOHtent) a a By Henry Melniurt Augusta. Ca.. April 1 UliGet J? " out your slicks. llahe Ruth, and : n l'bb. Warren hlofh-l. P ill-start swinging Vm, because you've j 'P lrv and lrv ng Jones Ikmlen been challenged ' Smith-Hughes liistructur, Speaking from the first fairway l!OHk ,0 "rPI'ner. The ,h am.wi.. nii,.i ,,....: i team will now enter the state con- I lust after he had fired a 250-vard tee shot down the middle, Ty Cobh I today said he would like to meet j the Bubo In a series of golf maicnes. "Maybe we could raise some money for Bundles for Britain or some other war relief," Ty said. "Anyway, It would be a lot of fun. I iiave been hankering to take a shot at the Babe ever since 1 started playing golf." When word of Cobb's willingness to meet Ruth reached the eara of Fred Corcoran, P. G. A. tournament director, he started running, not walking, toward the I neaivst telegraph office to issue the Georgian's challenge to Babe t in New York. I "I don't believe there arc two other men who would draw as much us Cobb and Ruth." Cor-1 enroll said. "There have been 10.1)00 arguments as to which of the two was I he better busctuill I ii.irr, ano inai question never will be definitely settled. And In recent years, since Ihey quit bnsc- ball, there have been arguments ivirvi uiiiK iiil'U KOlllliK amii. Now we have a chantv lo settle that one." Corcoran asked Cobh where and when he would like to meet Ruth. i Anywnen. any lime, ana lor any charity." the Georgia Peach. who is back In his old home town .. - ,., "You Just bet the Babe and let me know where to meet him. They tell me he Is a better golfer than I : m I hear he shoots in the low,. ' ' " : i-ii .Ku.'a k.tini- . ., n do. except on those raiv days ...h.. .i. i f.,. n over the gnvn. but he won t heal ; m,vt Wednesday afternn at the me. 1 believe I can talk him out of . n"""' of Ml7: 1 ,ahl lw. the match. A little needling, you ' Mr and Uwn nee lrter know. If the Babe is willing we ll moving Tuewiay to the Melho-run a few bases, do a few slides. ,l!" Parsonage from the MrLallln and catch a few flies before the, match. Jist to warm us up, you know." If the match is played- and it's ' ,, llr. . ,h. M;,h.i ! UM lnr rrt' want to miss Is a fine physic; nl-iv a ,lf uilh i PM s goil wun determination have played ma hi nr. and he Is Ihe only golfer I have ever ss?n who, even If he is three down and there are only two ... l-.l, ..ill li,lM. v... t,aa a chance "to iwln. lla nlavs each shot as If his life d. iwnrfe.1 on the outcome of it, and his behavior af- ler a bad shot is about the same as it was when a pitcher dusted him ; on in uu- uiu uays. Mke Ruth. Cobb is a left-hander nnrt h,s swing retains many of the ' features of the baseball swing. He r triple or a home run nn every mm, just as me ie , " DH" i a Ruh does, but he probably is ' a little surer around the greens. r ...... i. , . ... Til .. u- II. t1t rue WORLD'S AA0I0 56T5 a nt mux .Mfi jmnar mn offrs ererioN tu ml ff&KJRI V9S7C3 ....ANO IN fMOiMIK .!. A WATfO it. At 5T. Cobb still " -i- -" me estate of Gustavo Berry, de-! growing on Section 8. al specimen and he j 7 . ,. " L.'""' ceitied. with the county court of I Bids must be accompanied bv he did baseball. I ' . 1 tiiat the Judge of said court has I of the hid. made payable to I-wls Theater moouco' iwesr music ; Redmond Redmond, April 1 (Special) Redmond Future Knrmers of America, won the district parliamentary contest held at llcppner Friday night, when they were' In competition with lti schools. Mem- , ' ne,a P"" at lor- vullls. Community rhuivh guild cl ivies will meet Friday, April 4. Amerlrsn Legion auxiliary will meet Tuesday aflernoon at 2 p. m. at the Legion hall. Mrs. Carl Copper and Mi's. Marlon Crogan will be the hostesses. This Is the last day for the auxiliary members lo register for volunlary emergency service, announces Mrs. E. a. Mansfield, president. Mr. and Mrs. Athel Dudley and daughter went to Parkriule Sunday and brought home his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dudley. The Dudleys had been visiting their son In law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Metis, for two weeks. Women's council of the Church of Christ will meet Thursday afternoon, April 3, at the home of Mrs. J. K. Ko.lln. Miss Deny Means, who Is attending business college In Portland, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Means. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bush and daughter. lrolhy. took advantage of the two-day school vaca tion and spent the weekend with relatives in the Willamette valley, i I Stanley Pownlng Is building a I modern home at the corner of 1-lth and F streets. Orr Royal has ! the contract. Construction has 1 started. I Miss Jessie Hill spent the weekend In I'tlnevllle with relatives. , ; mi nirs. uiii voungsirom. infill.- iiTini ii-ihi, icv., wnrir they attended a loggers' congress. i una roorma siuoy ciud win ""!"-"? V" ""7 ' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kenna spent the weekend In Portland with relatives. acccplcd a position. He has been with the Redmond Motor company.. , I Mrs. Tom !.ee and Mrs. Krnest ! are visiting relatives and I "'ends In Kugene. stand a little noise. I.ct the gallery yell and boo and do anything It pleases. As a matter of fact. I : probably would play a little better I with an occasional boo from the ' customers. I heard quite a bit of that in the old days, you know." VJhafs mm a. . ar now -I wouidn 1 1 ,' , Z , "'""e " "'"counting of her administration of . Section 3 and 50.000 board feet ft i , .... ...... n.... . i . all Ihe fire and , m ' ",'.J"mJ , J?c ' r, " ""' i Heschules county. Oregon, and certified check for Ihe full amount ny a game wllh " "J y ..T " . 'Ixed April 9. 194".. at two o'clock : D. Griffith. Clerk of State Und No name IN MOTOR DOM means as much as Cadillacfor Cadillac has been Sundard of the World for nearly forty years. That's your assurance that the new, low-priced Cadillac will give more comfort, greater luxury and more thrilling performance than you've ever enjoyed before. Prove it with a ride today. For tin Caililliie Sixty-Qm I iil-Pajientr Covpt dilnmj ' optional tijuipmint and iciiiorns$xlra. Prim itthjut tt BEND Soulli front Post Office Wot la Mix it IMTANT) TIB fJ MV 60SH." ITS 7H' TIME' Voles of Central Orsgon KBND TONIOIITfl KKtMlKAM S:00 Mutiny on the Btnmty 8:13 D'Attrga Orchestra 9:25 Trade Time 5:30 News S:45 Miniature Melody Time 5:50 Dick Jurgens 6:00 Sundown Serenade 6:15 Fairy Tales 6:30 Victor Arden Orchestra 7.-00 Western Serenade 7:30 House of Peter MncCrcgor 7:43 Louis Katzman Band 8:00 MeFui lund Twins H:30 Karl Towner Oivhestra 9:00 Johnny Messner Orchestra 9:30 Let's Dance Wednesday, April 1, 11HI 7:00 Sunrise Salute 7:13 Morning Greeting 7:30 Wake Up Time 8:1.1 Singin' Sam H: l() News 8:35 Behind Die News 8: 10 Tommy Tucker Time 8:4.1 Brick Holton. Tenor 9:00 The Old Family Almnnuc 9:1.1 Sunshine for Shut-ins 9:30 Hiineh Boys 9:33 Al Perry's Hnwallans 9:45 Neighborhood Grocery Program 10:00 Kb and Zeb 10:13 llie Johnson Family 10:30 News 10:3.1 News of Prinevllle 11:30 Ijnly About Town 11:35 Tiny Hill Orchestra 11:45 Sing Song Time 12:00 Noonday Varieties 12.15 Aircraft Program 13:20 Songs of the Islands " 12:23 Glenn Miller Orchestra 12:30 News 12:45 Farmers Hour 1 00 Jerry Sears Orchestra 1:15 Four Square Gospel 1:43 Isle of Paradise 2:00 Redmond Ministerial 2:15 Cay lord Carter 2:30 Melodic Moods 3:00 Johnnie Marvin 3:15 Mills Bros. 3:30 News .1:33 Jay Burnett 3:40 World Bookman 3:45 Tea Time Tunes 4 IX) Matinee Melodies 4:30 Ivan PI I mam and Anita Buyer 4:45 Hurry Owens Orchestra NOTK K OK FINAL HKAKING Notice Is hereby given that the ! undersigned has filed her final ac p. m. at the county court room at the courthouse in Bend. Oregon. as the lime and place for hearing ooji-cuons io ano lor sciurmrnt of said final accounting; and all persons Interested are hereby notl fled to appear at said lime and place and show cause If such there be why said accounting should not be settled and allowed. Ul-GA J. UKIIKY Administratrix of Ihe Estate ot Gustave Berry. Deceased I 8187 9399c in a mmm wm mm GARAGE COMPANY """"i K CWA . I CfSS-l G-man mappswso stZn 1340 ' Kiloeyclsi .1:00 Marvin Dale Orchestra 9.25 Trade Time 3:30 News . 5:45 Minimum Melody Time 3:50 Portraits In the News 3:33 Raymond Scott Orchestra 6:00 Bend Schools on Kuviuw . 6:13 Uist Emjilre 6:30 Central Oregon Country 6 4.1 Singing Strings 7:00 Julia Wuery and Laurence F.d wards 7:15 Guadalnhara Tilo 7:.'KI House of Peter MaeOregor 7:45 Kmery Peutsch Orchestra 8:00 Western Serenade 8 30 Caviilcaiie of Di ama 8:43 Peggy and the Boys 9:00 Will Hudson Orchestra 9:30 Lei's Dunos MAI Pl.N MAN Kn.l.KI Portland. April 1 MiW. O. Chasluln. 39, of Maupln, was fatally Injuti'd yesterday when the automobile In which he was riding collided wllh another on the outskirts of Portland. Coy II. Burtun, Portland, driver of the other cur, was also Injured and taken to a hospital. Mrs. Chastaln also was Injured In the uecldent. SPOKANK WI.NH Vancouver. 1). C, April 1 'Hi . Vancouver and Ssikane licudcd Into the fourth game of the IV elllc Coast Ii-e Ids-key league I iilayoff today with the Lions hold Ing a 21 advantage in the series. Spokane finally broke through last night to dump Vancouver 4 I after two straight losses. NT1 K NOTICE Is hereby given that Ihe State Land Board of the Slate of Oregon will receive sealed bids In its office In Ihe Stale Capitol In Salem, Oregon, up to 10:00 o'clock A. M. on April 21st. 1941 for purchase of timber growing on the K'n of NW', SW' of NKH, NK'i of SW'i, and NK' of SK'. of Section 7. SW4 of NWU of 'Section 5. and N'4 of NWS ami ;SK' NW'i of Section 8. all In T"f 114 S., R. 11 K. of W.M. In IVs chutes County, tregnn. j The minimum price which will I be considered Is $2.50 per thousand board feet for the 405.000 board I feet growing on Section 7 and '$J.OO per thousand board feet lot the 72.000 board feet growing on Board. Hie Boaiil reser'es the right to j reject any and all bids. imu snouxi ne senien anil an I idressed lo lwis D. Griffith, Clerkf - 1 of State Ijind Ikuird, Salem, Ore Ron. and should be marked on Ittci , or the envelope "Application an Bid for Purchase of Timber." Dated this 17th day of March ! l!Ml. In Salem. Oregon. LKWIS D. GRIFFITH. Clerk of State Land Board I 9W10S11I wiwuii.iwV'j at Uilnil. Suit lax, (liany without notice. Phone 1 11.1 BY V.T. HAMMN j IN

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