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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1914-1938, June 16, 1938, Image 6

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by William Bfuckm [l'l’lilililsilf/
Natlonnl Pres: Building Wei-Manon. D. c. Q'P'T‘
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Decocnts in Party Bow
Washington.-—New Deal political
efforts have now reached an appar
ent nation-wide scope in the strategy
for control of the Democratic party
machinery. It is no longer a secret
--if it ever were concealed—that
the White House board of strategy
representatives and senators who
have failed to respond to New Deal
orders. This has happened de-‘
spite President Roosevelt’s repeated}
declarations that he is keeping}
hands off of all party primaries;
The only exceptions to the above in
formation are in states where in-‘
cumbent Democrats are so solidly
intrenched that there is no chance
to defeat them for renomination.
The latest of numerous New Deal
entries in primary races is in
Maryland. David J Lewis, a repre
sentative for many years, who is ac
counted a full-fledged New Dealer.
in all respects. has entered the race
for senatorial nomination against
Sen. Millard Tydings, who has been
off of the New Deal reservation
many times. Mr. Lewis is to be
regarded as a formidable opposition.
He announced his candidacy after
a visit to the White House, and
there was none who failed to under
stand that he had the presidential
biessings. It had been known since
the court reorganization flight that
New Deal leaders were looking for
someone to do battle against Sena-
. Enjoy .. . "
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AT CHRISTMAS
. 1 Freeze All . Kinds of Fresh I '
' Fruits for Use This Winter—
the New, Modern Way :: z:
. SAVE BY USING ONE or I
‘CHUR C H’ S
‘ Cold Storage Lockers . .
Ideal for Meats, Fruits and Vegetables
Rates Reasonable Fme Receipt Booklet
Call Kennewick 212 for Further Information
- See us for
CA NNING SUGAR --
Best price in town! ‘
Kennewick Cash Produce Go.
Phone 541 . Kennewick
Your Best Food . . .
Bread contains all the vital food elements and is
the moat balanced food known. Besides it is so
good file children demand it. Modern science
makes better bread than mother ever made, A
and its quality never varies. Be sure to 'ask for
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tor Tydings.
The Lewis candidacy virtually
completes the list. There will be no
New Deal candidate against Sen.
Bennett Clark in Missouri. The rea
son is that Senator Clark, despite
his frequent attacks on the New
Deal program, can not be defeated
for the Democratic nomination.
Much the same is true about Sena
tor Lonergan of Connecticut. The
New Deal board of strategy has no
love for the Connecticut senator, but
he is rather firmly entrenched in
his state. So it seems the way to
express the situation is that the
New Deal strategists do not hate
him quite enough to run a candidate
against him.
In Colorado, Senator Adams has
opposition from an avowed New
?Dealer. Senator Adams has never
‘been quite so outspoken as men like:
‘Clark, or Burke of Nebraska, or‘
Wheeler of Montana, but he has‘
been “suspected" of being none tooi
friendly to the New Deal as a whole.
The board of strategy, therefore, is
taking no chances. i
Senator Adams’ opponent is Jus
tice B. C. Hillia'rd. A few hundred
miles to the westward, a son of Jus
tice Hilliard is seeking the Dem
ocratic nomination for the senate in
Nevada. He is after the scalp of
Sen. Pat McCarran, who has Jump
ed off the New Deal bandwagon
when he disagreed with presidential
programs. So it has been decreed -
that, he, too. must go. 1
The lowa battle is now over. In 1‘
that fight. Harry HopkinS. profes- }
sional reliever or destitution. sought 1
to aid Representative Wearin re- :
lieve Sen. Guy Gillette of the Dem- ‘
ocratic nomination for the senate. 1
The Hopkins outburst. given to the j
newspaper correspondents here be-i
‘fore the lowa primary was: “If I l
were a voter in lowa, I would sup- .
port Otho Dearin against Gillette.” _j
That raised plenty of hot winds in
the senate and. since it came on
top of the Pennsylvania primaries
and on top of Son Jimmy Roose
velt’s endorsement of Senator Pep-'5
per in Florida, it gave a tip-off as
to how far the thing was going. ‘
It was perhaps the lowa meddling
by Professor Hopkins that caused '
President Roosevelt to tell a press
conference that he was taking no
part at all in the state primaries.
Prior to that time, however, he had
quietly given his blessing to Sena
tor McAdoo, over his several oppon
ents in California; Senator Barkley -
over “Happy" Chandler in Kentucky '
and it is understood he has shown
a preference for Senator Bulkley of
Ohio, who is opposed for the Demo- '
cratic nomination by former Gov.
George White. ;
Not All Milk and Honey I
As is shown by the records.
things are not all milk and honey
for the 100 percenters who are seek
ing renomination. Mention was
made of Bulkley in Ohio, and Bark- .
ley in Kentucky. Sen. Elmer Thom- '
as of Oklahoma, the great advocate
of cheap money and the man who
forced congress to enact legislation
allowing for printing of three bil
lion dollars in new silver certifi
cates, has opposition that promises
a bitter fight to the end. The same .
is true of Senator Thomas of Utah,
who is confronted with a campaign§
or a defensive character. He must ‘
show why he is so strong for the
New Deal to win renomination in
that state from which also comes
Senator King. Senator King has
been a violent opponent at the New
Then, there is another 100 per-,
center in the far West. Ben. James
P.Popehastoflghtofltheattack
of Worth Clark tor the senatorial!
nomination. Mr. Clark. now a mem- F
her of the house of-representatim:
issaidheretobemakingabattle'
otit for Senator-Pope whose chief}
claimtofameseemstobethathe
fathered the agricultural act of 1938
PROVIDES A FREE MEAL
Anintereetings thouthowto
ocquireoneueenmiortheentire
familyeoehweekilhuiitnrmmdthe
WMVernnL.miler,director
othomeeeonomieeoi’rrmdaireni
vilionotGeneninotorsOorpon-
tion, Dayton, Ohio. A “nee" met!
my, sound suspicious enough to
cause doubt. but the facts are that
itworhoutveryniceiy. ».
'lhesecretoithepianisi'oundin
the ability ot_ a. standard househotd‘
Frigidaire to condition and properly
preserve those portions of various
meals throughou the week that rep.
ruenttheemunserveditems. ‘
Fm Meal Illustration
with Menus
SUNDAY DINNER
Chicken and Rice Creole.
Gm t Salad.
a?” m
Apricot. Sherbet. .
Ooflee.
, UNSBVID PORTIONS
Chicken.
Rice Creole. ~ ,
Heed Lettuce (except outside
“S3M Rolls (Dough)
‘ Apricot Sherbet (enough for 4
servings). '-
MONDAY DINNER
Beet Tollsnepvgitgh Raisin Sauce.
Parsley ew toes.
Green Beans.
_Heed Lettuce with 1000 Island
%
Butter.
Chilled Custard.
Ooflee.
Tea.
mum PORTIONS
Green Beans.
' msoar nnmn
Moped Potatoes. '
Asparagus or Brussel Sponta-
Oombinstion Salad.
Brown Bread.
; 3.1 m sum
‘ Coffee.
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THE KENNEWICK (VASE) COURIER-REPORTER
_____________________________———————
—and nobody knows yet how to
make the law work. Clark's record
is regarded by many of his col
leagues in the house as proving him
tobeaDemocratoftheliberaltYPe.
for he has supported the President
on numerous occasions while voting
mmst White House dictation when
he felt that he should do so.
5 The New Dealers have persuaded
Governor Johnston of South Car
olina to run against Sen. “Cotton
Ed" Smith. At least, it is the as
sumption that the governor was
persuaded to enter the race. His
announcement came immediately
I after a visit to the White House.
9 There is a fight on in another
southern state also. Sen. Walter F.
‘George has opposition for the Dem
ocratic nomination. Lawrence Camp.
United States attorney at Atlanta
and a Roosevelt appointee. has filed
for the nomination against Senat
or George. The understanding in
Washington is that the New Dealers
settled on Camp when they found
that Governor Rivers of Georgia
could not enter the fight because he
was vulnerable on several points.
Senator George. one of the ablest
constitutional lawyers in the senate
and long highly regarded in that
body, apparently has a hard fight
xbecause of the likelihood of a di
lvided vote. There are several Oth
' er candidates in the field and it has
been suggested that the vote may be
so divided as to bring about defeat
of Senator George.
. Months ago, of course. Sen. Fred
'Van Nuys was marked for “liquida~
tion” in Indiana because of his ac
tivity against the President’s court
bill. The state machine in Indiana
is completely under the domination
of former Gov. Paul McNutt, who
_aspires to the White House, him
‘self, in 1940, and McNutt is sticking
with the New Dealers.
§ But to turn to another phase of}
the interparty fight. the question of
use of relief funds in politics has}
become.hoter than a pan of boiling
grease. Judge Zrady Stewart. mam‘
agel- for Chandler in Kentucky. late-l
lywrotealetterofprotesttoPresio‘
ldent howevelt. charging among‘
‘other ‘things that relief was being
handed out only to persons “aw
proved” by the Barkley faction oi
3 the party. Prom Pennsylvania there
[have been many squeals about po
litical use of relief funds by Sen
'atorGuffey,andinneithercasehas
‘tbere been proof that the surges
are not true. Undoubtedly. if the
WPA workers are being used politi
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museum minions :
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celery, min. ' '
WEDNESDAY DINNER :
Salmon Souffle.
Creamed New Pontoon.
Fresh Peas.
Pineapple and Cucumber sued. .
Lemon Chilton Ple. .
Conee. .
UNSEBVED PORTIONS ‘
as Cucumber.
77w Complete Free Meal for I
Serving the Family of Four '.
Gold Meat Platter (Chicken.
Tongue. Ham). '
Rice Creole.
Gran Beans.
Mixed Vegetable Salad.
Clover Led Rolls.
Bum. -
Apricot Sherbet.
Coffee.
PREPARED FROM ms:
UNUSED PORTIONS
Gold Meat Platter—Chicken (run '
81:11:13.le from Hominy. Run
from ”day
the Creole—Prom Sunda .
Green Beans—From M 0038!
Combination sand—made from n
accumulation of vegetables. ‘
Clover Deaf Rona—Left over dough .
from Sunday.
Apricot Sherbet—Prom Sunday. .
THURSDAY DINNER
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tion that must be expecwd if the
destination over to ponuclans. They
willflllthelrgullflflrst.
‘ Mutath-nn
The death of an individual whom
one does not know. however impor
tant the individual may he. creates
only passing interest." Perhaps that
is why so little attention was paid
tothedeath.atewweeuago.ot
Dr. George 1". Warren. Professor
Warren was nationally known as a‘
Cornell authority on the economics;
of agriculture; he was known. too.‘
for his famed experiment in cans
ing hens to lay more eggs by keep
ing them in electrically lighted hen
houses at night. But Professor War
renwillgodowninhistoryfora
much more important reason than
either of these. It was he who
convinced President Roosevelt that
rices could be controlled by the
xederal government by means. of
changing the gold content of the
dollar.
Our currency structure had .re-l
mained much the same for 50 years
until Proiesor Warren became anl
advisor, a consultant. for the New;
Deal. There had been many atv
tempts, much fanfare. many blow
ings of trumpets, about “tight mon
ey" or “Wall Street control" of
money. or various other ideas such
as the free silver of Bryan days and
the equally silly scheme of Senator
Thomas of Oklahoma, who wanted
to print three billion dollars in new
paper money to bring the country‘
out of the depression. The native
intelligence and solidarity of the
country,- however, brought us safely
through those periods until «Protes
sor Warren came on the scene.
‘Oneneednotreviewhowthe
‘l‘honms scheme for printing money
_was forced through congress nor
howtheWarrenplantorcontmlo!
’prices was mulled until
members of the senate and the
house,knowlngnothln¢ebouteeo
nomlcnnbjectsswallowedthepro-
ponl.'l'he¢oldcontentotthedol-
lerweslowered—thedonermde-
valued, and the cover-amen kept
thep mm. mung to mom flan
two billion dollars.
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lsthatsxreatgovernmentmda
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OBITUARY
HENRY J. nocxsnucx
Henry» J. Bockstruck, 0, passed
away Wednesday morning. June Bth.
atthehomeothisdsnzhterat Psi:-
erson. Henry J. Bockstruck was
born at Hamel. m. Madison Coun
ty, August 6. 1888.
Inlmhemunltedlnnm'rhge
toEllzueW. Becker. whomhld
tot-est my 24th, 1931. in theßlver
side cemetery. Mnßocksu-uckhu
madehlshomelnxennewlektora
numberoryeax-sandwmbegreot
lymisedbyhlschfldrenmdmany
friends.
He is survived by six children:
MrsPredHnllidsy ofPstersomMrs.
Don Bliss of Lupine. Oregon. Mrs.
Walt Decreases of Kennewlck.
Loren, Amlel and My of Bsyview,
Idaho. Fourteen grandchildren and
one great grandchildren, two sis
ters and two brothers in Illinois.
Statue Smhollzu “but,
The statue sax-mounting the dome
of the national capitol at Washing
ta. 1: the figure of a woman and
symbolizes liberty. It u made at
bmu.
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wooden eunuch on the WWII!
bridge collapsed. making It neces
sarytnoperamaterry between the
modules.
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ville of the men-use of Mary
Frances my and Robert J. Matte
check.
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yearsagothlsweek.
The Kiwanis club preeented the
local library with e set at scout
books.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Null: celebmd
thelr sllver wedding anniversary.
There was an excellent cherry
crop and the prlcee were exception
-1:11th
TWENTY YEARS AGO—I9IB
Mr. and menu. Conny were
delegates to the Masontc and East
ern Bhr grand lodges held in Ta.-
come.
8. D. Lynch sold his dry goods
Matthetmtotxennewlcklwe.
In the Communal! Hotel building
andtookup Y. M. 0.5.. work.
Theledlesotthecommunltymet
andmedestrawberryjmtobeeent
catheooldleu.
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thousands or additional acres of
land under Irrigation. This was
the primary toward putting the
Kennewickmzhlmdsdevelopmem
onthennrket.
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the Kennewtck Reporta- (Kenne
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self. who presides out Nib
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video many a laugh to: no.
men attending the cooking
school.
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10:30 worship service.
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‘ 11:30 Bible Study in chin.
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8:00 evening gospel arm. 1!
theme is “The Mm Who mu
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