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‘M hum—mast long-dis
‘_ v ' night in aviation history end
i -‘ W Howard Hughes. 33-year
: main fiyer. landed his
W plane here in 16 hours, 38
3” from New York, Just half
" “we of Lindbergh's famous .soio
,‘ night («mean Years ago. The plane
unflhcrewof four, was powered
-m two moo-horsepower motors,
and in flight was at the terrific
still! of 218 miles per hour. It
mitt! so many advancements in
m aids that Hughes was asked
”the U. 8. Government officials to
wait no close inspection of his in
ment board by foreign tech
nicians. He set off after a brief rest
‘ to cantinue his flight around the
7n!!! and expects to be back in
new York by the time this dispatch
.‘. meats in print.
Pndllcnt Seoul Low Pay -»
5% It. With, Tau—ln his South-
r '1!!! speeches President Roosevelt
fzwm to criticise severely the
i gflfineydmecmnmunmeewat
«but inn-them mdmtriee by prom
éziflj in use mien. “Cheap
{“ ..‘w' aid he, “mean low buying
5 ”a. now was power mans
”g mogum.gndthu
.31wsio'tmbievuluesnndthu'e
! . ”difficulty in maintaining good
autumn imptovements.’
'..-.me
.'Ya'kOlty—The debt!!! with
hsfwmwnlsenstafloyfl
~tunnel-ml and sum Court
.~ w m m have to
?I-Qmm-wmhlw Yam
.3“ Mia that, Quanta
Way'bgehvflm_to
ark-rm Com-gm“ leaving the
m Bate inn two vacancies in
In 0. 8 Santa. With Bemtor
Mnd’smtfvirtuflly assured to
Imam-m, theleading con
'hflrfortheothervmncylnthe
”Winners to be Rem
:nhflve June: M. Mead of Buffa-
m (11-tulle Lave
mmmm powers,
hfludinc the U. 8.. were asked'by
“Japanese high command for the
'leuui time to evacuate their na
‘Mtromsixlargecitiesinthe
. 1% Valley, the inference be
lie that these points would be the
' Wm 01' future bombing oper
m and that Japan desired to
fluid further international compli
‘- alone, her latest encounter with
u Uncle Bam for indiscriminate
Mung havlng case the Mikado
g 7; than $2,000,000 in cash indem-
Maven Field, L. I—Nonchalant
known; he came to New York
for 1 vacation, Douglas Comgan, 31-
M-Old Los Angeles aviator, step-
M out of his 8-year-old Caruso
Robin after a hon-stop night from
“to Pacific Coast in 28 hours. The
up cost him 15 cents for food, con-
Mns of three chocolate bars, and
“Mint gas and 011. He had no
Mo and only the simplest of in
“ments.
39km: Plnlysis Technique
s" Pub Alto, Cal—With the expect
' '1 Summer outbreaks of infantile
Mm science is anxiously await
.- 1'! the opportunity to test on a
«1“!!! scale the new zinc nasal ap
.-¥Dllcntion developed at Stanford Un-
W. In three years the treat
- M has been administered in the
V tum 01' a spray in some 2,000,000
a”. but it is believed that the
my failed to reach the real nasal
"Rte." The new technique provides
1a- “hlal contact application.
__ _The Business Week
New York’s fifteen largest banks
W “531.288.000 in liquid
“lids on June 30th, a gain of near-
I’l3liel’eeutinthelastyearu.
humps on the New -York
M Exchange have reflected the
”“911 upswing in trading. On
“We 15th a seat sold for $51,000.
“at price in 20 years. The last
‘leyas made at SBO,OOO. an in-
M of 57 percent in value. Tran-
Mons have gone up about 400 per
“in .. . Department store sales
M 8 June showed a drop of 12
pal'tfient . . . U. 3. Internal Revenue
“fictions for the fiscal year just
“fled were 35.658385. This was an
M of a billion dollars over
hat Y?” and was the largest amount
"3 Mend in a fiscal year.
63““
mu
£4
Scouts to Camp
Frank M Jr. nu! Jun
Thrasher m “an: a m
mtleadenutCmp Mata
thenexttwo.weeh. The «he
sowtswhomattemflncatwo-week
session at Camp Rotary In the Blue
Mountains ure: Dick Met, Jlm
myPratt.RobertHason.Lyleßsh-
cock,Donald Lax-kin, Lyle Dame
andChesterDague. _
Ocean Boat’s Trip
Up Columbia Is
Interesting Event
310-Foot Freighter Makes
History in Pacific ,
Northwest
A guest passenger on the first
ocean steamer ever to travel up the
Columbia river as far as The Dal
las. R. H. Skill, local manager for
the Pacific Power a: Light 00., gave
a very interesting description or the
voyage this noon before the Kenne
wick chamher of commerce.
While it was definitely against
regulationstocarrypauengeraon
the trip, which was characterised by
the insurance underwriters as a
“trick trip.” Mr. Skill was permitted
aboard because hemaperaonal
friend of the captain at the-boat.
Thetripwasthebicfeetureot
the open river celebration on the
iowerflverhstweehbeincthennt
oceanboattobelii’tedthmhthe
highchatnonnevme.
At the banquet that night the
captainoftheahipstatedthat'hiie
hewasthefintnavimtomake
the trip that far up the river. he
hadpromisedm'skillthathe'aho
wouldbeinchamofthe-flrsteeean
boat to dock at Kennewick and
Pasco. immediately tollewim the
completicnoithemtfliam
m. can aid that the cup-in
hadtouaetheeqmvaientottheold
method othavinsaniuer'litm
the safety valve. in order to get
W M“ ‘ ~ one ' t
manna-Wm: a
"WWW“, Parry.
mam; g...P.Btm
weretheKenne'nicki. atthe
historicevent,also.
T; B. Notice -
The T. B, Leeann asking the
club and the countywo‘ reserve s
tentative date on the slender for
'l'. B. Fromm. The mm com
mittee has postponed its meeting
until the first week in August so
that the committee will hue a.
chaneetomeetwiththenewnuree.
Farm Lease Form
Sponsoredby FSA
A new “flexible farm lease” incor
porating simplified tenure arrange
ments, provisions for permanent
improvements and arbitration of
disputes and developed by the Farm
Security Administration, is avail
able to Benton and Franklin Coun
ty FSA cooperators as well as Other
interested tenants or landowners,
announces C A. Agers,‘ County Su
pervisor, Court House, Pasco.
Designed as a practical means of
encouraging better lease arrange
ments and particularly in getting
these down in black and white, the
new form is equally adVantageous to
both tenant and landlord. Most
difficulties between owner and rent
er arise from verbal agreements or
minor questions not discussed at
the time the farm was leased, said‘
Agers 1
Serving to place in contract form
the usual terms and arrangements
accepted in oral leasing, the new
form has the advantage of death
defining responsibilities of both par
ties as the proper basis lor under
standing and mutual confidence. ‘
To encourage longer and mom
stable tenure, the lease gives land
owners. the. right to terminate leases
at the end of any year by giving ad
vance written notice or making the
lease automatically renewable unless
written notice is given by a specified
time.
Provisions are made for perman
ent improvements with 00th of
the owner and compensation in
some form for the renter if the lease
is terminated before the benefits of
improvements have been secured.
Improvements would include fences,
buildings, soil improvements and
similar activities
Arbitration of disputes between
renter and landowner by an impar
tial committee of neighbors, one se
lected by the tenant one by the
landlard find the third by the first
two named would provide a solution
for any difficultiw that might arise.
Copies of the new flexible farm
lease are available in the county
FSA supervisor's office. .
KENNEWICK: WASHINGTON. THURSDAY! JULY 14,_1_Q38_
[mi-Mg! 1n:
Invite Kidsto
Water Races at
.Pasco Beach
Events to Take Place on
Saturdayg~ From 3 to
- .5 0 Clock '
A series of Mic-nll swimming
raceshbeingheidumm
swimminsbeochetchmtfto
emoon of this month from 8 1:0,.
mm, m w'm race!“
from 1!. it? m."mhmd tho
mam-comm mm-
, Entrants has this side at the
riverm-kwitedtopsrticipsteinsn
themsndur.~nennyssidthst
a relay team from this sideis es.
pecisily desired. He also esflsst
tendon to the Group 11 races, in
whichsupreviousrscewlnnersm
barred. .
Inadditiontothechsnceofwln—
ning the prizes donated by Pasco
business houses. the Liberty Theatre
is offering ticketsto those who com
pete in at least three contests.
The classes are divided into sga,
bothforboysandgiris:lland
under; 12, 13 and 14- and 15, lo
andl7.'rhedistancesioreachot
the ages varies according to ability.
In addition .to the straight races
eachdaytheéwillbearelayrace
with teams made up of two girls and
two boys, and a novelty race of some
kind following the relay.
Boys and girls desiring to enter
these races are requested to give
name, address and phone number to
one of the following: Don Visger or
Howard McGee at the Liberty; Byrd
Lott at the N. P. passenger depot at
Pasco; R. M. Denny or Ronald flm-§
derson, or leave at the Courier oi-‘
fice where it will be forwarded (:01
one of the above committee.
Kennewick Lads
Take Bike Trip
'rwo Kennewick youths started
lastweehonalSOOmflebicyeletrip.
Kenneth Stanley, son afoul-Rand Mrs.
O. T. Staley, of the Garden Tracts.
andnmeyxeene,aonofur.md
Mrs. Lewis Keene. are the two who
have started on their long Sight-lee
mg trip.
The boys have been planning the
trip forthreeyearsandflnallygot
under way. They left here at five
o'clock in the evening and were in
Walla Walla at ten-thirty that
night. The next day their parents
received a card announcing their
arrival in Colfax, the next leg of
their long trip.
The bays plan to visit several
cities in Montana with relatives and
friends, and expect lite gone about
three weeks. They carried about
fifty pounds of baggage with them,
including a bed roll, as they will
use the tourist camps along their
way.
The Keene boy has a three-speed
attachment on his bike, so he can
“throw it into low” when he hits the
hills. Half a dozen other attach
ments are on his bike. including a
speedometer and cyclometer, to keep
a. record of his speed and distance
traveled. .
W.H.Wlttisserlouslymatm
homemEastKennewick.
Who's the-" Guilty One?
Aaweaotom'iemmrorm
ed ”mmmm of
(lce mathengerm‘otme
1m and m mashed
mlad for this net-Ind. In: been
L[unmana-until-ItalianJulyu.
1.0.01”. Recreation Room
‘mmmmmu
mmmmmsdjom
mmwmammle
mmmma=uveuu:m
m_bblemdéthaevmbem
I)]:qu”thme
Townsenflérsto
Demand Pledges
. From Candidates
Clubs Hear Reports From
Delegates to National
Convention
Ampledgeotsum-e'fmm
cachconsmuionalmwmbe
demandedby'l‘ownmdcrsaccurd
mgtoactiontakensundayntthc
district picnic heldhthcxcnne
wickpark.
This was in accord with action
suggested at the national convention
held in Los Angeles the week prev
ions. The picnic was nttended by
representatives of six nearby clubs.
E Reports from the delegates to the
Inational convention were read and
Ithey returned with several other
resolutidns adopted that: National
headquarters shau send to every
congressional candidate a pledge to
be signed to attempt to modify the
House rules that permit pigeon-hol
ing the “General Welfare Act." Also
that only those candidates who do
so pledge themselves shall be sup
portedandthatthe twopercenttax
to provide annuities for elders be
known as a “Transaction Ihr” in-i
stead of a "gross income tax." 1
Mrs. Hialey of the local club, Mrs.
Stimsen or the Richland club and
W. W. Rice of the Finley-Hover club
all gave Interesting reports or their
views of the convention Which they
attended. as delegates. ‘
Representative of. the' ' «nude
clubs also gave repel-Wot the cou
vendom _
Miss Rena. Wade of-ISeenle be
camethebrideofwmhmvoleyet
asimpie eeremmyheldet‘s o'clock
intheeveningotJuneu. Mrs.
Paul Fordyee. sister of the bride
and Fred Robinson were the It
tendantsofthehridaleoupie.
A reception followed the ceremony
at the home of Mrs W in
Seattle, atterwhichthenewlywede
took a wedding trip to Vancouver.
Theyarenowethomeinthecor
inthianepamnentsinseettle. ~
Campbell Car Wrecked
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Campbell
are driving back a new car from
their vacation trip to the coast.
While on their vacation the past
week the Campbell cums badly
wreckedmddnmlmdconsidmbly
due toskiddingon wetpsvement.
TheCampbellmmllyescapedunln
juredandplantoretumhomethis
week-end. ‘
339:”
Wade-Foley
Set Augi2 as
‘ Date for Annual
Inspection Day
Prosser Experiment Sta
tion to Show Results
of Season Work
.mmamthedmd
fartheuthmmll'leld'flyat
www.mw
I; WW i 1...” .3 P
mmmwvam
lstsrthnnnanlaml-wbasleetedin
order-tom tam'erfieldnay
vidtouanomttflity'otseeincthe
experimentumatadmerent
itimeoi'year. While-meathe
‘earlycropswillhavebeenhnrvest
ed. such‘cropsastreetruiu. can,
potatoes andsugarheets willshowi
to much better advantlce. Also. the
BureauctChemistryandSoilswill‘
heabletodlsplayamuchgrenter
varietyottroeenandheatprmd
fruits and vegetables than was
shownlastyear. Theworkotthls
Division and the correlated work
withtruitsmdvegetableswlllbeot
particularlnteresttothewomen.
Representatives of the (litter-ent
divisions of the Main Agflcultural
Experiment Station of the State
ColiegeotWashingtonnndalsoot
the divisionsoftheUnited States
Depertmentongrlculturethntare
oooperatingwiththestationwillas
slstthestationstnftinadequntely
presenting the entire mm of
thestation.
Theattendanceatlastyear'srield
Day was between 650 and 700 and
plans are being made to handle a.
.argernumber of visitorsthisyeu'.
Field trips to the various parts at
me station will start at 9:00 and
win continue throughout the day.
Everyone will have an opportunity
tospendasmuchtimeashedesires
in going over any particular piece
otexperimentuwork.
Everyone is invited to bring n
basket. lunch and picnic on the su
tiongxumds. Conuuywmecm
memmemmuewlnbem
lunchesnvallnble on the M
The Prosser‘Oommerclalclub will
fumlshn-eecotfeeandmemand
theyrequestthateachmuphdns
cheirownemtunu's.
Club Objects to
Harmful Publicity
Anitem recently mintedlnthe
metropolitan papers that for the
flrsttimein-thirtyyeenthefione
Heaven country was inducing:
pmflteblevheetemp.metcevted
to by the Kennewick chamber of
thisnom.
The item was sent-in from the
Goidendaie district sndstated that
thelastpmtitebiecrophmestedin
Eestemxlickitetandnmtmemm
tiesminlm Mamntotpub
neation of the item bankers have
ordered a. complete restriction or
credit to residents of that vicinitY.
Thechamberauthormdncorrec
tlonoltheim,msofarasthenen-
toncountyaecuonmconcerned.
andbankgt-swmbemmeduto
the exact m of the undue
uonmthatsecuonthrwghoutthe
pasttenyeu‘s.
8m ADI“
Onthenyhomeuuntdulen'
mean: In unmade In Mr. A.
AAndex-sonnvuwhnomm
headed for the river just below
Pasco. Remus no mind the two
which wandered Into W
sometwenty-oddmuflmdm
upland and kept div. tu- me
time.
muddluontothemdvemm.
but. lynx. bobcat- md other In
'nhnlls mnmmuenm
inthlssection.
Fleeing Robbers
Bring Out Nine
Cars of Officers
18-Year-Old Twins Are
Captured After Ex
citing Chase
The capture this evening of a
couple of youthful highwaymen
mtheoeeaslonofuxmtdeelo!
excitement east of town. Nine can
ofotfleers,mdanah‘phne.lnoddl~
tiontotheloeelpoucemookpu‘tm
the manhunt, and the two mind
pall. ls-yecr-old twins mu neck
ford, m.wlnspendthenl¢htln
Julatwwnwuls. .
The young men m.W
mweummmmwm
Belneknnehhelowtown. The]
MWMmhthd
mum-ammun-
matheueenuphmtooktothe
mtommmouumw
who-WWW“
Mammy-mad twen
tycthktyofllmtheymbmlm
Mower ‘_
Byndlothcpollceoffloonm
nouthdthntthmmngmenwm
Vishnu-Mummy!»
magnet-warm». hp
hsoneot the'mthslefiihour
mum-Hummus»
mmomam,m.mm
After being noted at Bunnie.
the met!!! from flat county took
ouf after-them, but rolled his cur
ovu'l'ifiintln his m.“
cndthe‘Msmn-unmhk
uncmmtywentupthemdwm-
wrceptmembmmdchtot
themmduvechue,butcouldn't
catchthem.
Thebanwu-eanm,tho.und
mmm. use they
doubbdhackmdmdthepq—
nee. Mummmw
change license-puns they were
sightedbymotherwloldofpouoe.
Thenthey-lenmargunnndtook
tothebnnh. ~
'rhreemofol'econponcewere
mthehunnthesute police-ad
(Confirmed on Page Four)
Local Citizens
Are ‘Air-Minded’
TheyearendlncJunesouthe
Wemupeflenoedbythelocal
postomce, Whom
P. E. Lincoln. Everybranch otthe
servicehasshownmoordflgum,he
states. the number of muons serv
edisthehrgestmmstory.stamp
salesmat their highest pointand‘
the numberotmum and W"
eels is the largest ever hmdled‘
here. I
'Bmmpnlutorthemulw
amounted to 817.0113 which Is
aboutazspuuentmmover
therecondotlm. Mathayear
mmthmlmomm-renl
beredatthhotflceanlnboutwoo
Wmm
Mummdennlwlymm
“air-minderulndicwedbymem
‘Mtnturmflmundenve-
mmmmwmmyu-zl.
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MWMCWMSM
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everdtspatchedtmmthkofflce.
Themmmumlmnowlex-unc
575Wanmczuneofflover
mstyar. Mmlmm
wmnmmvebwnmmtmm
wzsyeanmdhnvebeenmmmed
sevenlttmesuntflthey havebe
comeveryunstghtlyflrooorrectthn
condltlnnthepowdepamnenthu
Wtbeweekotmmmlu
“Clean Up Rural Box Week." and
winencoungewruralmmm
Benefit!” to possess pride in their
boxes.bothlnmanneroferectln¢.
nutmmgmdttdyappeua
ance.
mwhomoonecuncmmpl
are advised.“ several Issues at
wmmemmflmhtvereoentlybeen
oxduedahonewmotrezm
stamps.
mam-WWW
willmeetMy,Julym,wmng
mporttramthenwonuconvenflon
wtnbethemtanu'eotthe
evening.
Commissioner Job
Looks Good to 4
From East End
30-Day Filing Period to
Start Tomorrow; Many
. , to Make Race..
Tomorrow will see the first of 3"
filings for county political of“
the filing period being open for '
dogs until August 13.
There will be quite efew “3
antes for one oi'fice or another. I
all who have announced their b
tendons actually do tile. The of”.
most generally sought in Benin
oounty will be that of commissions.
two or the present board leaving bo
oeuse of the law which prevents a
third consecutive term.
Commissioner Perry i’rom this db
trict andCommiseionerEvensoi’th
Presser district will both leeve I.
oanciee. while Commissioner Frail
Olarkoi’fiunfordwillbethehfl
over member of the board. -
For Commissioner Perry's 1*
{Our prospective candidates on
tilting up their chances. M. I.
Hudnellheselnedydecleredhish
tention of filing on the m
ticket. ond Wm. Bo" his announc
ed his intentions of filing W
him. On the republican ticket. 0h
Oounwmnn Milton [Abby is seriou
lyoonsldenn; his chances ond L. I.
Johnson is use scouting sround u
uewhethiochenceswouldhe.
Up in the uppet end or the u.»-
ty Imm we there will to‘
C elm undilute- seeking hi.”-
shon on the bond. end be M‘
thereoeinthetendtobeshot‘
lollie- to In: .
1!. IL “anon. tamer W‘
We tor Danton-county." m
munoed his mum «Wip
mfltmafln‘mfllflp
tins and one etute mum
.Scnotor Gauge 1"; m- I
himself“ oile'd “MW
gel on the W.“ it
thossoffioes. v '
Withthepisoingoftheoolmiah,
the next classification. two Idli-
Womanhood-absence!
upthisfnll.‘ Sevemlyearssco ho
offices ofclerksndamiitorm
omnhinedinoountiesinthism
lstionclsssification. Assessa- In!
Wmoombinodsndproon
wtor sndooronerwmoomm
Beginning this year the offio.
winnesepsrsted min. M
ndditionsloounty arias.“
EsrieyChs/pmsnwiilfiieforn'flp
torsndhischiefdeputywm‘flh
forhisjobflrhenmesitustim'l
applyinthetreasurer’sdm
whemtreesurerßenKnoxwiufih
as assessor and his deputy Ray Gil
crestwillfileforthetmmrsrshig
'Appnrentlyßudßichtm-wmhu
no opposition as sheriff unless Mr.
Evans decidestorun‘fir until
fiee.nshnsbeenrumored.Pel-hnn
tho. before the thirty-day filing perc
iod has elapsed. some other condi
dstewillsignupfortheme
Asfsraswehnveheardurs.an
Byckie will have no opposition in
theprimsriesasoountyschooisup
erintendent. Prosecutor C. L. Hol
oombhudecidedtofileforonod
thevncsnciesontheSupremecom-t
bench. Kenneth Serier. his Pm
deputy. has announced his intentin
ofbeoomincscandidnteforwoso
cuior.
Ask President for
Dam Allocation
Onthevtuum-flnw-mu'
gentAm not In Mon at cl“
WMWMW
tion tor “MARI-nun Dun, ~_
Kennewick W‘sm s.
wmmtormm
mum. The Prudent, nu...
m'mmmnhemu
Mummmthem
otwmchheoouldnotth-bmm.
tormedotbetmhelettthecawu.
“emuwmmoumm
Immediateacuonbeukentopu
1111thme
currentyeu. . -
Local Publisher Takes
Over W. B. Spokesman
amen-ac, publishu'ofth
mmusmmhum
mmnauontoa.m.mpub
Usherofthelocunewspeper. The
tuneful-mutate effect withthe
rmmmmmm. MLOhueul
family will move to Gunfornh to
make their home. The ninth;
pmwmmmmwmeenmm
mtthempuwmum
lnxennewfckunderthemm
tenement.
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