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The Week in Business
Discounting the importance of the
neat slump in stock prices, Gen.
Chat. 6. Dawes. Vice-President in
me Coolidge administration com-'
land it to the “crash” of 1899,
'mch had no effect on oommidity
rises. “I see no reason to expect
more than a mild business recession
in the present‘cycle," he said . . .
William W. Woods, president of the
inmate of American Meat Packers,
revealed that wholesale prices of
neat meats, have dropped from 5 to
31 percem since mid-September.
.Mer Thomas E. Wilson, said that
file year's wage increases were
' me: than last year’s profits, and
w the packers’ attempt to cover
the added costs precipitated the re
cent strike .0! Kosher butchers in
new York . . . “Sheer nonsense” was
the reply of J. P. Morgan 8:. 00.. to
the charge made by Dr. W. Jett
muck, chairman of Pennsylvania’s
Anthracite Coal Industry Commis
sion that the great banking house
and iriendiy interests controlled
prices by dominating both coal min
ing and coal-carrying railroads . . .
Jrhe steel industry employs 12 labor
,us to every White-collar worker,
pays out in wages $5.95 for everyl
flier paid in oiiice salaries, nearly
«noble the ratio prevailing in other
We: . . . Even the revision in
main multiments on the New
Yak Stock Enhance fails to change
' the wide discrepancies between stock
prices and industrial earnings. The
united States Steel declared its
that common dividend in more than
live years. yet its stock sold at half
the price prevailing earlier in the
year. A similar condition prevails
in other leading issues
Presidential Forecasts
Washington, D. C.—An informal
canvass of a group of leading polit
ical writers in the capital indicated
a belief that Mdmt Roosevelt
vaudaeekathirdterm, or,il not,
that the Democratic presidential
nominee in 1940 would be Assistant
Attorney General Robert Jackson.
All picked Senator Vandenburg of
liohlcan as the Republican con
tuider in right. In a radio talk from
m Kan, Senator Arthur Cap
per urged .Republicana to wage a
still light next year for Congress-;
imal seats; that with “great re-‘
spect” {or ex-Prcsident Hoover's
suggestion of a mid-term conven
tion, he doubted that it would “add
to the confidence of the people in
the party.” Minority Leader of the
Home of Representatives Bertrand
E Snell favored the Hoover pro
lecthecausemwe are going to
inve a row. it might as well be now
as two years from now.”
Octoba' “lunch! Records
New York. City-The most active
October since 1930 closed on the
New York Stock Exchange with
sales of 51,093,381 shares, a gain of
neorly nine million shares over the
sum month last year, producing on
October 19th the broadest market
in the history of the Exchange,
dealing in 1,046 issues. In dividends.
888 corporations disbursed 904.63%}
647 the largest for the month in
leven years. At the end of the
10-month period, dividends declar
ed amounted to $3,382,000, more
than hall a billion dollars more than
the first 10 months of 1936.
_ New autumn. sun-tea I
___._____l, m...“
Brooklyn. N. Y.—Assistant Secre
‘ll‘! of the Navy Edison, drove the
“m 0‘ 3000.000 rivets into the keel
0‘ the new battleship North Caro
mm:‘lemlllidlmbethe most power-‘
“'1 ship ever built in this country
“d the first new vessel since 1923.
In heavily armored ships begun or
“mm United States now has
four, England five. France nine,
“‘1! W 0 and Germany five. Ja
m h unofficially believed to have
m “'0 and Russia three. The
W 01' these countries will
W nearly m billions for new bat-
W m 32,000,000 upkeep each
Der year.
%
-35“ Bronze". Convicted
-._..0 vvllVlllwu
Homo“, Caliromh—ln Screen
land’s first suit for criminal copy
"th infringement, a Federal lury
emflcted Groucho and Chico Marx.
““10 Bnd movie comedians, of pil
‘erlns a radio skit called "Mr. Dib
ble and Mr. Dabble." The Marxes
in" already Paid the author of the
Mob 37500 to settle a civil suit,
”‘3 now face a possible jail term.
19..” Editor Scores Salim] l
, V".- uuvlca ECHOOI
Rellllmm. N. Y.—Following his as
‘ult on fraternities in the first is
he 0‘ his School paper, the High
8“1001 Trumpet, Clyde w. Fiddler,
10-year-old editor, follows it up by
00mm the marching of pupils to
“me With the prison. lock step.
mm“. too, is training young
ebud“!!! in the ideals of militarism
:12: ohmkmce to command,” states
edit Mal protesting against “dic-
M reKilnentation.”
J-éé‘x ll
'2,” 1|
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__ i . ‘ Official Paper for Benton Cpunty '
Earm—
COUNCILMAN PINCHED
Councilman A. W. Campbell,
who conducts the auto park
near the bridge, got pinched the
other day for violation of the
city’s new traffic ordinance,
which, by the way, he helped to
draft. But at that, he claims
it was a dirty trick, for there
was no fire plug anywhere near
when he parked his car near
the bank, but when he came out.
there it was within a few feet
of where he had left the jallopy.
NRS Anxious for
Complete List
Employers and employees are
again being urged to use the fa
cilities offered by the NRB office
for this district, located at the
court house in Pasco.
Officers in charge of the work are
anxious to secure a complete list of
all available labor as well as all
possibilities for securing Jobs, 80
that local citizens may be placed as
rapidly as possible.
1 Another advantage offered by the
‘NRS, it is claimed is the data for
the social security department.
i The offices are open mornings.
Hi-Y Club Reorganizes
at First Fall Meeting
The Hi-Y boys held their first
meeting this fall Monday evening at
which time the following officers
were elected: president. Erwin
Quest; vice president Elgin Bpreen;
secretary-treasurer Mervin Mitch
ner. Wayne Smiley Prank Wager;
and Erwin Quast are the only three}
remaining old members of the clubJ
The newly elected members include
INelson Qusst. Henry St. Laurent,
Philip Talbott, sophomores; Earl
Johns, Lester Liebel, Deon ,Yedica,
Mervin Mitchner, Philip Forster
and Charles Anion, juniors; Russell
Reymore. Elgin Spreen, Terrance
Taylor, Mark Brown, Prank Mason
and Lewis Keene, seniors.
On Tuesday, November 9, the club
isgoingtoPaseotoattendaJoint
initiation and banquet with the
Pasoo group.
Victor Rogers. who is advisor of
the group states that the fathers of
all new and old members are in
vited to attend this banquet and in
itiatlon ceremony. *
Woman’s Club Silva- Ta
The Kennewick Woman’s Club
wmholdasilverteaintheArrow
Grill Friday afternoon. November 5
at 2 o'clock. The public is invited
to attend this'tea. Mrs. am wu
liamsofPascowillgiveareporton
the book, “Northwest Passage” and
several other late books.
Anti-Nazi Move Fun:
New York City—Attacking the.
American naturalization of Fritz
Kuhn leader of the German-" Ame
rican Bund, Julius Hochfelder, a
lawyer, tried to have Kuhn’s citizen
ship annulled because ot “pagan
philosophies” and a desire“ to de
stroy Jews and Catholics.” Federal
\Judge Clancy, addressing Hochfeld—
er, said, “This whole thing is re
volting. When did the people of the
United States vest you with such
authority? The Department of Jus-‘
tice alone has the right to come
into a mater of this sort.” Then he
threw the case out of court.
Considering Nobel Peace Prize
Washington, D. C.—One mission
of Dr. Halvdan Koht, Norwegian
Foreign Minister, in this country is
said to be the possible selection of
Secretary of State Hull for this
year’s Nobel Peace Prize. Nominat
ed ior the award last spring. Presi
dent Roosevelt withdrew in lavor of
Secretary Hull.
To Resume Labor Parley
Washington, D. C.—Arter the 111-
zle or the preliminary meetings, del
egates from the American Federa
tion of Labor and the Committee for
Industrial Organization plan to re
sume peace negotiations between
the two unions this week. One story
has it that William Green, president
of A. F. of 1... will be appointed am
bassador to a minor European
country, leaving the big-league la-‘
bor field open for John L. Lewisy
C. 1.0. chief. Green’s friends ridi
‘cule the idea of any retreat on his
part, and plan to draw Labor’s at
tention to Lewis’ $5,000-a-year per
manent apartment in New York’s
swankiest hotel in addition to his
luxurious home in Alexandria, Va.
Prepare for Big Wind
Miami Fla.-—This city’s newest
skyscraper, first to be started since
the hurricane of 1926, is planned to
reseist a wind velocity of 200 miles
per hour, greater than any storm
ever recorded. Reinforced steel
makes it the heaviest building of its
size ever erected in America.
Many Women at
Courier-Reporter
(Soaking School
Upwards of a thousand women at
tended the three-day session of the
Courier-Reportsr’s pictorial cooking
school the first part of the week.
The picture show, free to all,. was
one of the best publicity stunts ever
pulled off in this community. Clev
erly mixed in with an interesting
story came the demonstrations of
the newest wrinkles in the culinary
art.
The moving picture method of
demonstration is a great advance
ment over the old style cooking
school where the actual cooking is
done before an audience. With the
picture method every patron in the,
theatre can look right down into
the mixing bowls as though it were
on the table. immediately before her.
Then there are no annoying waits
while dishes are cleaned or meas
ures filled or any of the usual de
lays. .
Recipe books were handed out to
the ladies as they registered. The
leaflets contained all the recipes as
they were demonstrated on the
screen. Several ladies reported hav
ing tried them and invariably they
were more than pleased with re
sults obtained.
The story in the picture concern
ed a young couple starting on their
honeymoon. She couldn't cook and
as a result trouble was a-brewing
upon their return. The bright young
show their favorite dishes and the
bride, however, got her friends to
ensuing recipes and completed
dishes making the demonstrations.
The young bride then makes good‘
in a big way, but incidentally, so did ‘
a lot of Kennewick housewives who
attended the Courier-Reporter's
good-will gesture. ‘
Registration curds showed that;
there was a. representative attendw
pncefromallpartsofthisendot
the county. here were cards from
Heniord. White Biufls. Richlsnd.
Benton City and Rover. 0! course
the bulk of the attendance was from
Kennewick and vicinity. Many tine
compliments have been received by
the paper tor the sponsorship of the
project. -
The picture was put out for the
country newspapers by the National
Editorial ABaicoeetnioetaoinnniP
Editorial Association. Theatre rent
and other local expenses were sup
plied hy the newspaper.
F. F. A. Organize Basket
Ball Team Wednesday
Members of the F. 1". A. met at
the school Wednesday evening for
the purpow of organizinz a basket
ball team. They have been lnvitedl
toProssertotheGreenHandinltiay
tion which is the first degree on No-i
vember 12. This group or boys is‘
‘also planning to have a father and
son banquet in the near future.
The new members elected into this
Organization include, Quentin Miner.
Rudolph Sebern, Roy Davis. Charles
Lewis. Chester Holdstock. Jim Dee
ter, Leo Elder, Ronald Puliiam, Gale
Bennett, Robert Grimshaw, Ter
rance Taylor and Raymond Peter
son.
I(Copyrlghl. W. N. ml
‘ KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, THUfiSbAYQfiflEygER‘; _'l_9‘37. ":
We Hope His Aim Is Bad
CLOS- THURSDAY
Beanie next Thursdny will
be Armistice My. Kennewiek
business houses will remain
eiosedslldny. Therewillbe
thensnnlservicueondneiedby
the Legion in the morning. Ad
"Mundeormpondenbue
askedtohnvetheircopyinto
thenewspnperndsyeulynext
week.
AA. AnderSon to
Head the Local
Commercial Club
A. A. Anderson is slated to head
the Kennewick chamber of com
merce next year, he being nominat
ed to that office this noon. He will
have as running mate, in the office
of vice president. Gene Spanning.
while 'l'. B. Day was re-nominated
as treasurer.
M. M. Moulton was renominated
as chairman of the irrigation and.
land settlement committee: A. T.‘
Belair as chairman of the member-1
ship committee. The advertising.
committee will be headed by Hugh
Copeland; G. H. 'rilbury will head
the tranwortation and industry
committee: Don Thompson. thei
house committee; J. R. Ayers. agri
culture and markets: 8. s. McDon
ald, finance; 11. C. Schmidt, roads
and tourists and trade relations W.
J. Skinner.
Electionwlllbeheldnext'rhun
day.
Grand Officers
Visit Masons
. l
Momthanahundredmembersat—i
tended the annual Past Masters!
night attheuuomc mwm»!
day evening. The sessions started
withedinnerlnthebenquetroom,‘
wmchmronowedbyamm‘
mm. later in the evening thel
third degree was exemplified by a
degree team composed entirely 01‘
past masters. Members were pre
sentedtromGrandvlew.Blmnyside.
Pruner, Benton City, Bantam.
manuammamdnenwn
law. as well as from mat-um.
The evening's meeting was at
tended by four Grand Lodge offi
cers. including the Grand Master
forthestate, whoinstalledtwodis
trict deputies before the initiation
work was started.
The grand officers included
Grand Master Frank L. Poole of
Tacoma. George P. Malcolm, Walla
Walla. past Grand Master of the
state; J. C.’ Haworth, of Toppenlsh;
John A. Emlgh. of Walla Walla.
and M. M. Moulton. who ls grand
orator for the state grand lodge.
School VJOflTmstnnmced
The local school board met yes-1
tel-day for a regular meeting. Sup!
erintendent Black has announced
the school vacation days as decided
upon by the board. The Christmas
vacation will begin the night of De
cember 22 and extend through to
January 3. He also states that there
will be two days’ vacation during
the spring. and that school will close
May 2'l.
Wotk on City
Hall to be
§tarted Soon
Alterations on the city hall one
abouttobestartedforthecouncil
huputmtacalli’orbidsthis
week. The money for the project
wasvotedtwoyearsagoandm
obtainedbyaspeciaibondeiection.
Inthenewplansthelibnrywm
bemovedtothecorner.wherethe
city clerk's office now is,a.ndthe
police departmentwuihaveitsen
tranceonWashingtonsueetneu
kwherethepxeeentnbmryenmnee‘
is. \
The new amusemmtwmgive‘
the fire fighting equipment a better
locationinthe building.willheep
thepolicedeputmentnndjnucloc
ertogether andwillgivetheli
‘braryamuch-neededexpcnsion.
The new arrangement will also
provide for sleeping qua-tern for the
firemen. one of the teammate in
having the man-once rate for the
city lowered.
Prosser Ties Knots
in Lions’ Tails
The big. tut. tricky team Imm?
Pmmedowntohncle with?
the Kennewlcklminthdrm
den last Friday afternoon. Thel
mattheendottheaessionmet
tymtelytellstmy.fl-I.ln
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althoughthemonsheldthuntoa
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thethlrdqunrterthevmmmd
minamlnnupthemflnlnsto—
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flnalthreemlnumottheunume.
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edonthemuem.
may, virtually all the loan
nutmmphnnlngtogoto
mummmumt
withthe county neuter: Rooters
farmhotthetownsmeonfldent
ofvictoryandthenmemto
beacloeelyeontaeslaedoneandtn-1
tenselyinterestlnstowatch. ta”
bothwamshavebeenhlchlym
ledantlnelmerlnsasuttex'ecldetest
’yetthlsseuon. ,
Paulson Raises 137—1 b.
Marblehead Squash
Inthe windwattheKennewlck‘
Clubhtheblssestaquuhmmtw‘
pleallll:lll3section:otthtzecvunta'yl
ever sam'rhemonsterbsmme
headwelghing 137 pounds. It was
raisedbyßillPaulsonontheßlver
Some giganitlc sugu beets raised
byW.J.Prestonhavealsobeenon
display. One of the specimens
weighed over twenty pounds. We
hopetohaveastoryaMttheper
acre production on Mr. PM!
place shortly. ,
KENNEWICK ROOTEBS ASKED
TO BUY TICKETS EARLY
The Paco and Kennewlck
shutout-mum
“mustn't-them
Dayna» BMW
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lemma. “lawman“:
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Koelker to Wield
Gavel Next Year
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forthelocumwmnclubtorthe
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thepoduonotvloemudentvmlch
heheldthuyeu'.
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Futon. Bentley Chills-n. wan:
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ildent. '
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month, with n purpose of m
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Pioneer’s Funeral
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newick manhunt. W nerv
mstornarlytwentyymmthe
postotflce. the Inwa- few you: in
theapwltyotposunuter.nehad
I;.mean loudly and
matheiwtdelykfiownthmn‘h—
outthemtcmaonlcdrclel.
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very.
P.-T. A. Will Have
Interesting Program
The public ls Invited to attend the
regular meeting of the Parents-
Teachersassoclatlon whichwlllbe
held Wednesday. November 10 in the
high school auditorium at 3 05]
clock. 'l‘hemmwilloonelstot
9. mm talk by Rev. 3.
Attenbmuthzatalkbyauuelmy
mmothlsF.F.A.trlptoKanm
Gumtelkpymctornogenon‘Wo
among! Aztlanmre" and was
Sykes on “Voutlonel Home Eco
momles"; Mn. Hemmlncwey will
havechargeofademonmuonm
fhst-aidtnthemdelchool:mu
Anceßrakelwmulkonthebene
fits of a county nuue within a
countyandmvuulaopmwm
havechnueottwomnflulnumbm
givenbyhlzhachoolsmaents.un.
Emmumchmeotthe
pron-Im. __ ____ _
ThemembmoftheP.-T.A.board
will hold a mean: In the high
school Mondnyatlzls tot-them
poaeotducumnsthemta
nextmonth.
License Total Reaches
New High for October
Benwnco‘mty‘smm
mummaetgmoct
oberhmmmwed'ruudny.
Sixteen permits to marry were‘
munmdoublethenum
bamumoaobu.mo. Tho-e 1
obtaining mtonesm: John
Alsen.jr..3l.andßeldeWmu.l
both of mm; and Charla
Woodsmandfielennaquboth
of Lem Idaho. W n
‘cmsesmhedmothancwtow-
lobes wen:1935.9;1934.12:und
11932.11.
NewYorkClty-myewenhnch-l
an! Gleason. general secret-:7 on
the last seven Republican convent-i
moment!avowel-tnnet-tzycomwnsl
for more than thth'ty yam. died}
manaammneuettheue
4. l
Kennewick Stores
Sell Best Apples,
Report Says
To Kennewiok memhants and
fruit denier: must go the distinction
of being tops in their offerings and
W of copies. according to re
m compiled at the office of Un
inn Fruit Producers. Inc” cull con
trol mania-mun.
mammal
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cull organization and under author
ity from the state horticultural de
partmentbflmoutthetactthat
apples offered for aale In that city
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Taxpayers in Prosser
to Form Association
Bentonommtynddantewmtorm
echeptcrofthewmmcton m
peyen mum et I meeting In
the memento) club room
next'rueedeynlchtJndreme
club taxation committee clan-man.
announced'rueodey.nesueuedthe
needotennetdentebetncelertto
weep taxes tram coins hither. 1..
K.Kennedy.mm¢hny penul
‘mln. told of the driver's examini
ttons and urged residents to take
themuuoonupoulble.
Benton Term of Court
Costs County $1068.70
Benton cmmty'e 1m term of
court which ended last week out
81008.70. accords showed Tueedey.
Items of expenee were: lees of
Jurors, 3517.10; menu tor lumen.
“1.40: witneu fees In the cue
unmet Don Towne. charged with
robbery $326.40; witneu fees In the
cue walnut Ildece mom-den.
‘chu'ced with cum! knowledge.
814330; end attorney tees 1n the
Lawm.m.
Have Fine Trip
m. and ms. I’. 8. Salmon, tor
mernddenuot the was.
‘hensmvedetthelrfmhome
‘ln Ought. m. they was A. A.
:Andeuan. Anal-WWW
Fextyhaetheydetumlnedtolpend
‘the meet with Mrs. Belmont fe
‘therandtheymedethetflplne
‘new Chevrolet purchased locally.
They mule o. lelnn'ely trip back
M.WMMmmmwmm
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theyhednottheouchwmdn
mutthwwmt
m wuflmn
He who can compleln ebout the
“the: the past week le hard to
‘pleue.torthedeye haveheenper
fiteet for the tlme of year. Temper
uturu have been euchtly above nor
imel perhaps—welded” above that
oteyeuuowhenthetreeeeeeme
the second. Below we clven the
tempenm tor the week endlnl
todnyendeoompefleonwlththetot
the corresponding week 3 your .30-
1986 108'!
Oct. 88—00-38 13-55
Oct. H4B 56-51
Oct. H 43 58-85
Nov. [—64o u-u
Kw. 2—o-10 6140
: ‘Nav. B—Bo-38 5743
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