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/ _ W of ”.76 f eds-g , ‘3' FOSTER GILROY The Mdent Fishes New Hyde Park, N.Y.—Mr. Roose— yen and a party of friends spent the Labor Day week-end fishing from the Presidential yacht Po tomac Long Island Sound. Before in d u all remaining leaving he cleane pll win score bills, completing the to o g , Bills submitted by congress _.937 Bills Approved ——-—~-«____—B97 ‘ Bills Vetoed During Session. g “Pocket” Vetoes _._—--_.. 4 Two of the disapproved bills were passed over his veto. The last bills stoned were the $525,000,000 Wag » damn measure for slum clear ance and low cost housing, and the Wild Life Restoration Act carrying $2,780,000 annually diVlded among states that pass similar wild life protectionvmeasures. _._—__— Borah ﬂown: on Third Term Washington, D. C.—To the report. tint Senator Holt of West Virginia, would introduce the same anti third-terxn resolution which the Senateadopted9yearsago and the House apnroved back in 1875, Sena tor Bcrah stated that he voted for it in 1928 and “had not changed ms mind.” , Belels Win Vatican sympathy ' VOW City, Italy—The Holy Se is said to “sympathize" with a long pastoral letter signed by two Span an eon-canals and so other mm. ”dmmmhofspam,inwmch the Mt uprising or General Franco is «clued to be a “legiu, mate come." A full meeting of the British Cab .M convenes this week to consid erthembmarlneattack inthe Med. which ahnost sent the _myer m"“‘l‘aniiusmentome bottom. om m m it “piracy," ""1 ' m ‘l'“ 0‘ destroyers have been sent to the Western Mediterc "an to mm the eleven am. an m 110' on patrol. it The “0W War in" m. taken the offensive least. the further landing of large m""’°""r°”°-aguarded Itatement by Kohl Hlrota. Japanese Jlm’s objective was the crushing of Genera Chhng “'Shek, “spear. head» of chimps mﬁOnalism _ _ . 'm' mm!" omm“ General at‘ unsian the ”WBl or 72‘ R p 13398. With 'lO more ml mt, med for China’s air‘ forces. It is not than whether} W W by China 01" the m‘ ‘8 thus oontrib m to the omm “use. 1 Serum. in Command i Tuxedo M‘N. Y'—A butler and a maid ‘ “more in Man Of one 01‘ W Mons in this; the bane 0; community. formerly} “a M Mrs. Frederick de Pay-1 lesed wills: The Wt left two al-‘ m ‘° 8 Wmm $1,000,000 he the two old 4mg“: hm. We The me, my ‘ etiuai “I W nine mints 010:1] n “‘9 Miser: e law in “Val W 19“! battle for which ‘ m “0" Preparing. Cl. ‘— Chin; W Epidemic I] 0: Ill—With an sch-o°lß and W Picture “wed mm _m theatres “shuns an mm,“ . Chicago is m m Emitting“ in in. “ W towns authorities w 0! the express fear of a “W limits, “mm” beyond the My, “1 ”9 ““8 all pm. I ‘- J "a" “when New an, City: N. J—Co les i one Church Will Roman Oath 4. Mama“ by“ longer be de “@th ' Order or its pas “ the custom I 'l' F 01”. who “mm my chnWStl 9” horseplay 0011913 N‘s Whi meme.» 1‘ no rice is mum is Teﬁumed Slim is "86d to clean, “hem the a \up the mains. Greenbelt, Kiln-m“ Open this r(idem . e 335 homes of 'm be Open ﬁgment in housing 2°“ who win mes °‘ SI,OOO to $2,- of s3l-23 permy an “erage rental “it Planned 13““ per ‘dwelling Well While Resey Rexfom G. Tug tmtor’ the ttlement Adminis m“ allotted 32%??? Adminis . , , oin la to bmld wmty' bor “till COlumbgesngse Court Fight were denied a. .~Power c°mpanies by Federal Ju pennanent injunction rm dge J- Lilies Gle the comm . rm to 500.000 sautel-COO Ction of the $37,- ment PYOject per River develop the Federal P oThe Court held that fun ”We! to ﬁépommion had ion the Project. ] iKanmitk anurivr- Eppnrm V 91- @lll ' Local 4-H Team 0 to Enter Yakima O J udglng Contests 0 Organizations Enter 200 Exhlblts in County Wide Fair at Prosser 1 Benton County 4-H’ers went to the fair in a big way, States Day at 1 Prosser. Approximately 200 exhibits were entered by 19 4-H clubs. Six ' clubs arranged their own booths in which they displayed their exhibits. The Progressive Vitamin Preservers Club of ‘Buena Vista, led by Mrs. John T. Cole won first prize for the most attractive booth. The High lands Homemakers of Kennewick, led by Mrs. M. Simmelink, tied for second place with the Flying Needle Club of Buena Vista, led by Mrs. H. F. Opitz. The Happy Homemakers . of Hover, led by Mrs. H. S. Hughes, ‘ placed third and the Handy Home crafters, led by Mrs. Rodney Travis, ; placed fourth. All. of the booths . were attractively arranged, making . it difficult for the judge to place them. i j The Double-R. Meal Preservation 4 Club of Kennewick, led by Mrs. . John Smith, almost stole the show . in the demonstration and judging i contests. Dorothy Mills of this club ‘ tied for first place with Lillian Travis of the Handy Homecraft club in the demonstration contest. 'Doro thy demonstrated the making of various types of sandwiches, while Lillian Travis demonstrated to the crowd how to frame a picture at ‘ tractively. Mrs. Smith’s judging team, composed of Irene Olson and Margaret Smith, won first place and will represent Benton County at the State 4-H contests to be held in Yakima on the 28th. 29th and 30th ‘ of September. Lillian Travis will ’ represent the county in the demon stration contest. ’ ‘ This year witnessed one of the ‘ largest demonstration contests ever put on in Benton County by the 4-H clubs. Eleven demonstrations were given during the day, taking an av erage of twenty minutes apiece. Winners in the demonstration con ‘ test were: ’ Juniors—Yvonne Davis, Kenne ’ wick, making bias tape, red ribbon; * Phyllis Larson, Buena Vista, bound ’ buttonholes, white ribbon. - Seniors—Dorothy Mills, Kenne ’ wick, sandwich making, blue ribbon; * Lillian Travis, Horse Heaven, pic ? tum framing, blue ribbon; Viola ‘ Foraker, Kennewick, pressing trous ' ers, red ribbon; Thelma Ashby, Ho " ver, spice rack, red ribbon; Frances ‘ McLean and Colleen Webb, Buena LVista,canningcornintin,redrib ' bon; Naomi Foraker, Kennewick, ' wafﬂes, red ribbon; Eldora McAlis ' ter, Finley, making an omelet, white ' ribbon; Ruby Hoover and Dorothy Pierson, remodeling a closet, white ribbon; Viola Foraker of the T.N.T. Club in Kennewick, won first place E in the costume selection contest. 'Thisclubisledby Mrs..W.L.For : aker. Viola modeled a beige colored suit with navy blue accessories. ' Winners in the Judging contest ' were: - ' Senior teams—lrene Olson and ' Margaret Smith, Double R Meal [ Preparation Club, first; Geneva ' Travis and Louise Morgan, Handy ‘ Homecraft Club of Horse Heaven, ‘ second; Sue Anan and Ruth Lar son, Hanford Casue Puella Club, third. ‘ Junior teams: Clara Mae Cole and ‘ Delores Hinton, Buena Vista Flinn: ' Needle Club, first; Theo Lampson ' and Eunice Campbell, Busy-Snippers ‘ of Kennewick, second. ' ‘ High individuals in the Judging _ contests were: : Junior: Mary Irene Brim Sun rise Meal Preparation of Finley, first. Senior: Shirly Hansen. Happy , Dozen Club of Whitstran, first. __.—.... . School Library Offers , Pubhc Semce . ’ __.. v The school library has a new ad- I dition of an index service which , lists all kinds of free pamphlets on _ books and display materials, which are put out by the government and industrial concerns. Miss Hazel E Burdette, school librarian, states ; that parents desiring material along 3 some line might ask their children . to inquire at the library for the ti l tles and addresses of these free ; pamphlets from which material may - be obtained. She also states that a - large supply of magazines have been - subscribed for to supplement text r material on present current prob lems. One of the latest was the purchasing of the set of 1937 edi tion of American Encyclopedia last 5 spring. I Miss Burdette says that the li > brary has been well indexed and - classified and that the catalogumz - is progressing rapidly. - The 11- t brary has a good start and addi l tions will continue from time to _ISENyEWICK, WASHINGTQNA, TH uggpgy, SEPTEMBER 9, 1937. ' De Molay Boys Entertain Following the regular meeting 01 the DeMolay boys Wednesday eve ning, a dance was given honoring the prospective members from Richland and Kennewick and alsc for the local Rainbow Girls. There were 75 young people in attendance \after which cards and games were ‘enjoyed and refreshments served. _‘.-._— Town Extends Welcome to Returned Teachers 0 Woman’s-. Club and P.- T.A.Sponsor Receptlon at M.E.Church A fair sized crowd was in at tendance at the reception gven for .the teachers at the Methodist church Wednesday evening. The reception was sponsored jointly by the Woman's Club and the newly organized P.-T.A. Words of welcome to the return ing teachers and the new ones in the community were spoken by Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder as president oi the Woman's Club; by Mrs. H. E. Copeland, president of the P.-T.A.: by Rev. Attenborough representing the churches, E. C. Smith, the Kl - club and Dr. P. 0. Stone, the chamber of cominerce. ' On behalf of the teaching staff Supt. E. S. Black’responded and in troduced Principus Mrs. Hemen way of the grades; J. J. Slatter o! thejuniorhighandT.A.Brimoi the senior high. The principals in _ need the teachers in their re spective departments. Mrs. Cheliie responded for the school board and introduced the other two members Frank'Green and Vane Wilder. -.Mrs.H.R.Lovesangtwonum bers and Miss Basel Belle Poyntee played two violin selections and Margaret Reed gave a reading. Mrs Love was accompanied by Mrs. Wm Strickler and Miss Poynter by Mise Virgil Hopkins. Following the pro gram . refreshments were served by agroupofßainbowGirlsande general get-acquainted session wae enjoyed. - __.—._...— KHS Semn Tickets To be on Sale Monday ‘Thefirstfootballgameofthe season will be played here in the Lions Den with Dayton on Friday September 17. The business district will be canvassed by students foe the selling of season tickets. Thie ticket, being sold for $2.50, will ad mit the owner to all home footbal and basketball games. The Dayton-Kennewick game should prove very interesting as lasl year was the first year the local boye had defeated Dayton, with a score of 6 to 7. This year’s game show: promiseotatossupasseveraloi the best players were lost on hot! teams by graduation. The field ie said to be in excellent shape and the boys are expecting a large crowd 01 fans to turn out for the game. This Saturday, September 11. the boys are playing a practice game with the Semnyside boys as these two teams are not scheduled te play this year. - .5?“ Official Paper for Benton County O i' Clty Prosecutes 1 :5 Violators of i 0 g Peddlmg Laws 1 O 2 For years the city council hasi e been trying torid the city of pedd-l e ling nuisance. House-to-house can-‘ vassers have been complained of ‘ with great regularity for years and years. Ordinances have been pass ed and cancelled and repassed. This administration had a new one drawn and is attempting to enforce it. 1‘ Up to just recently the city has .. been successful in collecting li-‘ 5 cense money from quite a number, but ran into a snag last week. One _ firm has decided to carry the mat terintocourt. Thetrialwillbe 3 held in the local court Saturday of this week. If the peddlers lose, it is likely - the matter will be carried to high >r er courts, in which case the council it’ Will pass new regulations; based on e! the findings of the court. The city y‘ needs the revenue and is determin y‘ ed to make the transient merchants do their share toward financing the _.l city’s activities if possible. n . “.._.. _ ' :IFlre Laddles to “: Stage Contests at .. , 5 Convention Ce 0 , Kennerck Dep3. rt :- ment to be Host to the 1. Other Towns in Dlst. :J.C.Pratt.chiefofthexenne- L. wick fire department today stated 9- that all plans have been completed I: for the third quarterly convention 5’ of the Central Washington Fire As sociation meeting here in Kenne- L_ wick this coming Bunny. 2r Department representatives from d Cle Elum. Ellensbln-g. Yakima. Top- I. penish, Sunnyside, Prosser. Pasco. I. Ziilah, Grandview, Habton. Golden isdaleandWapatowillcoulpetein h fire equipment handling and meth- V ad of operation details. a Pratt added'that the public who h..desire.are invited to watch these drills and stated they would be found very interesting as well as instructive. As a Jest it was added that any unusual carryings-on ob served Sunday by the fire depart ment would be the smoke eaters go le ing through their drills. The morning session starting at ”teno'clockwillbedevotedtothe 7' competitive drills. A noon dinner “sessionwillbetakenupwlththe 'l' usual business-meeting, while the '3 afternoon will see_a continuation 1' of the drills in handling equipm-t. ‘1 life saving and demonstrations by equipment companies of the various 1° lines. it _‘.h-n— --rs .'e G 0 Easy ’8 _— .1' County Engineer 11. .1. Strand h wold asks that Kennewick cit |g hens be asked to drive case-- no fully on the new oiled roads ,1 until the material has a chance to get set. Violent braking and 1e fast turns have a tendency to [e hreaknpthe“set"ofthenew no material After a proper set no tilng period the roads are to receive a seal coat. Summer Pests ' a a [Library to Be in Center of Altered O O O lenty Hall Bulldmg l O ' Proposed plans for the remodel. ,ing of the city hall, show the li- Tbrary moved into the corner of the 'j building now occupied by the city .1 clerk. where more room and con ' venience for the library patrons can ; be given. The city clerk and police ‘ station will be moved around to the gside street, with the space now oc ,cupied by the police office given 'over to the fire department. The change in plan will provide a dormitory for four firemen, with showers, etc. The police department willbeseparated and the jail en trance made through the police of fice only. These changes are in cluded in the insurance reduction campaignandarepartofthefire department's program of improve ment. *— . Mrs. Fred Higley left this eve ning for Fremont, Nebraska. where shewillmakeanextendedvisitwith herbmtherwhoisillinahospitaL O O Kiwamans Hear O O Aboutßuildmg Huge Canal Q. Local Speaker Tells of Engineering Problems MetDiggngitch Averyinterestinxdescriptionof the All-American canal was given 'byEE. OliverattheresularXi -wanisltmeheon'ruesdaynoon. The _canaltakeswaterfromthecoiora ,doriverbelowßoulderDam.trans- portsitinahmeditchformore thaneightymilestobeusedforir ,ﬂsntinsthelmperialvuieyincu- ifornia. Acanalisnowbeinsused _forthatmlmtitliespartly ‘ in Mexico. and the new cutoff is , built to avoid international diffi ‘ m .Olivertoldoftheensineering ,ditficultieswhiehwemovercomein ,thebuildinsotthehlmeditchthat tcar-riessixtytimesasmuchwateras , the Kennewick main canal dos. ; Ten miles of the canal are con structedthroughhugesandduneaa ‘hundiedandseventy-fivefeethkh. hesaid. _. Another interestim develormiem. _intheoonstructionofthiscanalis , the de-siltinc arrangements. The . Colorado carries much annealed Esilt-andaseriesofsettlinsbasins ,havebeenbuilttocleanthewater _beforemakingitstriptotherieh _ Imperial Valley. The canal was . started in 1934 and is now about Lthree-fourths completed at a cost «838,000,000. Thetalkwaslistenedtowitha great deal of interest by members of the club. Next week's meeting willhedevotedtoacelebrationof Constitution Week, an observance which will be held through the countrybythexiwaniscluhs. “._.—_— amupotfriendshonoreduary Lincolnwithadaneincpartyatthe AmwGrilll'i-idayeveninz. The occasion was given as a farewell party for Miss “niacin. who left Simdayforspohnewhereshewill enterthenolyNamesAcademy. LYNN-ELDER Harold Elder and Phyliss C. Lynn were united in marriage at the M. E. parsonage on Friday morning. the Rev. H. Attenborough officiat ling. The ceremony was witnessed by Georgia Elder and Mabel Lynn. sisters of the contracting parties and the mothers of both young people were also present. They expect to make their home here. —‘—-.—.-——__ Health Of f we to Take Precautions Against Paralysns 0 To Start Prophylactic Measures in Schools to Prevent Outbreak To guard against a possible out bmakotinxantileparalysiainthis district this year. County Health Officer L. G. Spaulding has ordered apmphylacticspraytobeuaedln an the schools in the county. start lngnextweek. lastyearprecautionarymeasum werestartedalittletoolate. Dr. Spauldingstated.andthezewene sevmlmildcaseempmm’l‘hme oi’thecaseswaesomildatthe timethatmedicelattentionwaanot evengivenatthetimeottheill whitthedlseaaeshowedupin theparalyungerteetalaterinthe year. Health authorities in Win eotmtyaxealaotatingtheaame pmventivemeamreaintheaehoola onthatsideortherimandnr. Spawningiaalkingtorawhole heartedcoopenuontmmthepar- entsinthisoumty. 'l'hediaeaaatuuatthlatimot theyear.Dr.Bpauidin¢aaya.and canmiicklywhipupintoeudemic proportions. 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