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NEWS ||
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POST'R 611.30?
' War Fears Multiply
England—Moving swift
”rd a showdown that may
‘ mat any moment. Europe
- the greatest crisis since 1914.
«m y forces the issue by de-
W not only Danzig, but the
at!!! mush Corridor. with a pos
m pertition of Poland later. But
1‘ in] not be a repetition of the
'fintch incident. It is by no means
‘ that Italy will support the
flu her latest demands. and
Will Britain and France, being .bet
_fkpgpared, are now ready to re
it'lth arm-s any further German
W. Polish troops are con
filmed on all fronts except the
Wn. the USSR. still holding
W from any alliance. So it is
Mm mm. long a Polish ally
id apparently resisting German
master military coordination.
:‘m'lchancw are that if Hitler
“to war over the Polish question
5 will go alone, with all Europe
Still W “That Party”
um, Mich—Governor Dickin
m oi Michigan who described his
mt visit to a govemors’ confer
ence called by Governor Lehman of
MYork as a bachannauan riaot of
hut and inebriety, returned to the
dam, in addressing his Sunday
Moliclass. “It was the nearest
um I know to Belshazzar’s feast,
he exclaimed. A score of other gov
m who attended voted the din
ner a tame affair.
‘ Wild Plans Rumored ‘
laido’n, mand—An traces of
the Indecision accompanying the
”meet Czedimlovakia have dis.-
W from public and private
Bk. but strange rumors keep the
Mr, 9; war uppermost in all
minds. 3 One rumor with more then
In] mbstantiation described the
m at four submarines from Ger-
Illn pqrtsyith orders to seize the
Punch island of Martinique 1n the
Welt Indies as a. base of operations
mmu.s.m caseof war.
Wt Gama Ending
Washington. D. C.-4 Europe’s war
lam lent added zest to the fort-
M'S training Of ‘75;000 U. S.
W cartered at Manassas, Va.,~
m Flatt-shuts, N. Y., in which the
m Army Corps met a theoretical
m on the Atlantic Seaboard
'ith the Capital as an objective.
Officials expressed themselves as
“my impressed with the war
Ila. Which cost $3,000,000 or about
OI I!!! man for food, ttgnsporta-
M land ment and w.
Theßusiness Week
Definite all predictions to the con
hw. following the Congressional
detect or last minute Administra
“Fl measures. industry continua
“mam swing which began with
the“dimmiment of congress. In the
h"! industries, steady gains are
“MI against seasonal trends,
Wile in the aviation and automo
“b fields the 1939 gain over 1938
I" the first half-year has'reached
“5 percent in the reports of 4.8
We: . . . Steel production in-
Med 1.5 percent without further
e“lnge looked for until fall . . . Re
“ Store sales in July reached a
M $195,753,533, a gain or 6.?
"Fat over July, 1938.
I" York’s Milk Shortage
'3! York City—A strike of milk
$913 in Hp-state New York ser
, “flattened the city’s supply.
““1 requires 4.400.000 quarts daily.
M 1! the hottest spell in years,
"‘1 babies needed milk in larger
MW” than ever. 010 agitators
W milk trucks, beat up drivers
a? “mixed hundreds of thousands
Mon the roadside. In e
“in; kerosene was pomedsfnqéo
:m' and at Hammond, N. Y.,
a York Central rails were smear
‘mi muse to prevent the move
lent 0‘ milk trains.
‘Alflidana Official Suicide
\
“I" Orleans. La.—On the point}
“flying in the State and Fed
“) craft inquiries into the cor
‘(thm 0f the notorious Huey
{hm-fix) Long regime, Dr. James
”if". director of the Minerals
“on 0n 01 the Louisiana Conserva
at Department. blew his brains
”cm 11is home here. He recently
Q. tel"timony in the government's
humming that former Governor
‘ and Seymour Weiss. Long
“a an, had split $148,000 in
E. to allow State oil .to be pip
-33199-11! into Texas.
New Golf Course
Starts to Make
Good Showing
Greens and Tees Well
Along; Fairways Are
Being Seeded
Work on the local golf course has
progressed far enough so that exca
vation for the club house was start
ed Tuesday. The toundatiom will
contain the lockers and showers.
while the club house above will pro
vide living quarters for the care
taker as well as the equipment store.
The grounds are shaping up
splendidly, according to J. H. Sieg
fried. All the tees and greens are
well along in sod, and the fairways
on the second, third and eighth
holes are showing green. 'llhe
seventh fairway was seeded Tues
day. .'Dhe fourth fairway will be
seeded the last of this week.
The fifth and sixth fairways will
follow, and by ,the time the grass
has sprouted on these the first and
ninth will be ready for seeding. Re
cent acquisition of more hose has
permitted the use of more sprink
lers and the land is being kept
moist enough to hasten the grass
growth. Play will not be permit
uted this summer. however.
Small new have been planted at
each of the tees and more will be
added this fall. If possible; larger
trees will be transplanted to fav
orabl? locations on the course which
gives promise of being one of the.
most attractive in eastern Washing
ton, and should prove a dlstlnce as
set to the community.
Miss Steiner Returns
From European Trip
Miss Helen Steiner, assistant
county extension agent, returned on
Sunday from a. three months trip
spent in Europe. She spent three
weeks in England and five weeks in
Norway and Sweden, visiting rela
tives in the latter country.
While in London res Steiner at,
tended a conferelwe the ooumfi
women of the _world animus. the
only- represenmm Iron: nie-emu
of Wasmngton, -. .
. She drove a new Chevfolet coupe
back from Flint, Michigan. 7 _
Kehn‘tawick ,Kubs to Play
. PascoAll Stars‘Soon
Although the Kennewick Kuhn
lost .10 the Sunnyside team Fri
day night in the tournament at
Yaldm'abyaclosesooreoto-tps
they did not feel too down-hearted
as Sunnyside lost to the champion,
the ”Shurfine team of Yakima ’by
a score of 3 to 2; The local “Kub's”
were given a very good reception
and received favorable comment in
their playing. ' '
The Kennewick Kubs will play
again next year and are planning to
get some of the best teams of the
state here to play on the lighted
field.
A game is being arranged to play
the Pasco all-stars sometime during
the coming week;
Annual Picnic Enjoyed
By Richland Pioneers
RICHIA-ND—The second pioneer
picnic held in Amon park at Rich
land Sunday drew an attendance
of about 150 old timers, the main
attraction of day was the picnic
dinner served at 12:30 at which the
guests were seated at three long
tables in the park. Following the
dinner speeches were given by Mary
Rosencrance of PaSCO who came to
Richland 1n the year 1880; Mr. new
of Kennewick Doc Gordon. W. L.
Muncey and George Tuttle of Rich
land.
Among some of the out-01m
guests were Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
Mueller, Amon Mueller, Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Quillen and Robert
Tweet or Kennewick. E. R. Hender
son of Pasco, Mr. and Mrs; W. A.
Stockman of Helix, Ore., N. A. Steen
of Sioux City, lawo.
Jack Roberts was the pioneer
who had lived in Richland for the
longest number of years. Roberts
came to Richland in 1883 and all
but one of those years he has re
sided in Richland. G. P. Couch
came next, he came to Richland in
1887. Mrs. A. D. Fraker of Spo
kane was also a. guest for the ocea
sion. Mrs. Fraker has been a real
dent of Richland for the past 30
years with the exception of the last
year which she has spent in Spo
kane.
Mrs. Marvin Skeen and son ac
companied A. S. Murray to Spokane
Sunday to visit at the home of her
mother.
Earl McClendon returned home
Sunday after having spent the past
three weeks harvating at Cakes
dale. _
uilbert Schoelser underwent an
appendicitis operation in the. P 3590
hospital Thu‘rs'dfiy.‘ '
KEN N EWICK, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1939.
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42 Dealers Here to
See New Tractor
Forty-two dealers from eastern
Oregon and Washington were in
Kennewick Tuesday to attend the
first Northwest showing of the new
International Harvester 0035 Farm
all tractor. The sessions were held
at the salesrooms of the Kennewick
Implement 00., while the actual
demonstrations of the new ma
chines were made on the Highlands.
.The meeting in the morningwas
Whom by T., J. Anahmbaush.
managerhof the Portland branch of
the International Harvester 00.» J.
M. Callahan, assistant manager, and
H. W. Berry,” promotion man—
ager; all of Portland, were also. in
attenda'nce.__.”. .. 7- . _
The mm meeting wasiollow—
ed by'a chigkan dinner served by
the” Eastern Star. at .the Masonic
133.11.. Many _local. farmers attended
the fielq. demonstrations and much
intemst milevidgnt, ‘in the new
equipment.
WPA’ers Petition for
More Open Projects
Petitions are being circulated this
week to be submitted to state WPA
headquarters, askirfi that, projects
in Benton county be continued. In
line with the general reduction in
the. VVPA crews, there is now but
the one project in this cmmty. As
a consequence workers are being
sent .to Coulee, but according to the
petitioners, there are a large num
ber who are unable by reason of
sickness in the family, lack of trans
portation and other difficulties, to
so that far away from home. ‘
Petmoners claim there are sev
eral projects nearby “open" and
'these should be continued for the
above reasons. .
Rose Croix Installation
Installation of officers in the Rose
Croix branch of the local Masonic
organization will take place next
Tuesday evening when W. 8. Green
will be installed‘ as Wise Master.
Other officers will he as follows: 1..
E. Johnson, senior warden; J. R.
Ayers, junior warden: Milton mbby,
secretary; H. A. Linn, treamrer; J.
K. Bockius, expert; Tom Perry. as
am expert; c. 3. M 95.
Man of «ample: Gus Parson.
tiler. Light refreshments will be
served following the ceremony.
Water Shut-Off
Plank Mason, manager of the Col
umbia Irrigation district today an
nounced that there will be a water
~tumout of the ml for weed con
trol on Wemxesday and Thursday.
Amust 30 and 31. Water will be
available within 48 hours time after
the turn-out.
Mrs. P. N. Morton and Mrs. A. V.
Mcßeynolds left Saturday morning
on an eastern trip. Mrs. Morton will
make an extended ‘inisit with rela
tives in central and eastern. Ohio.
Mrs. Mcßeynolds is visiting rela
tives in Michigan for the next two
weeks. Mis Ethel Mcßeynolds, who
has been attending summer school
at the University of Washdngtm, ar
rived Friday and is staying here
during her mother’s absence. She
has secured a new ‘teaching position
in _Qlympia for the coming yen.
The Oldfimer
WARNING
Parentsshonldhemed con
cerning their children drinking
out. o! the sprinklers which one
usedtowaterthenewgoflconrse
grounds. The maker states
thathehnsnoucetlsmberot
children drinkingtwsta- {mm
thwespflnklmandthntthisw
teristhesameaejheirrluuon
ditchwnteroomlnxmmtheYnk
imariverandno doubt contains
typhoidgerms. Patent-nested
tokeepthelrchlldrensnyfm
-———.—o._~'-‘-
Kennewick ’S’ehools
to. Open Monday
This is thelast week of vacation
the Kennewick schools opening at
the regular Knows next Mazda!
morning. The morning sesioh‘ will
open with a high school asembiy.‘
registration. ctn., while short periods
intheseverairoomswmbeheldin
the afternoon. Regular class will
be started Tuesday morning. '
Thereuwill be no changes in the
bussaorbusroutesandnochanses
in the list at teachers as announced
twolweeks ago. Teachers hm al
ready bum to arrive in town and
all will be present fondue teachers'
meeting Saturday.
Mr. Black anticipates no great
change in registration either way.
although the principal has inter
viewed several new pupils in the
community. Coach Coates is al
ready 11m up his prospects for
.the football squad and has already
interviewed most of the lads who
turned out last year.
Benton City Peaches
Undergo Freezing Here
BENTON CITY Mr. Randall of
the Cascade Frozen Fbods plant
of Burlington called at the N. P.
Peterson ranch Thursday and made
arrangements for the picking of the
peaches his company has contract
ed from Peterson to be frozen at
the Big Y plant in Kennewick. The
first of the peaches were frozen
Thursday afternoon.
H. W. Hague left Sunday for‘
Long Beach, oam. to report rorl
duty on the U. s. 8 Mississippi after
asixweeksvlsltherewithhlsmte
and daughter. Juiv. at the home at
Mrs. Hegue’q-pirents. Mr. and Mn-
Walter Culp. He was taken arm
as Portland by the Culps, Mrs.
Hague and Judy. Mrs. Hague and
daughter plan to leave in a. couple
of weeks for Long Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Charla 31:1qu and
:amily of Kiona. Mrs. Joe Deneld.
daughter, Mavens. employed in the
knit at 'rieton. spent the week-end
at their homes here. The Blakleys
returned to Tleton Sunday evening,
Mrs. DeField and Marcena remain
ed here.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kendall re
turned Friday from a week’s trip
to Walla Walla. LaCenter and Port-
Margaret Knudsen of Walla Walla
and her sisters from LaCenter and
Portland returned home with the
Kendalls for a visit here.
Miss Anna Wolford of East Horse
Heaven was a Sunday guest of her
sister. Mis Mary Wolford at Ki
om.
E. J. Sanders was w-Seattle busi.
ness visitor Saturday. ,
Harold Copeland was a business
mm: in Y.“ Honky.
Smith Sees First
New Ford Tractor
E.C.Smlth. localr'ord detach“:
inPortJandthem'stoftheweekw
bendingthefustmmcmstshow
ing of the new streamlined Pbrd
tractor. a demonstntion of which
was made Monday at Suavie's is
landnearPortlnnd. ‘
Widespread interest in the new
Ford machine was reported by
Smlmmsaldthaxmmotthoee
present thought fink a.mm
would bring sweeping clung!- In
tanning methods tonne mu foxy
mer. ammuonor
thetractormmadeattheflmcof
bheshowing.wttheachdealcrhav
ing an opportunity to‘drlve and
' mm of the new tractor.
Smith said. included a new hy
dnmicuftsyatemandunuimple-
)ments:aseum;andhactlm
‘tor the front wheels-“mum.
“This latter problem, he a.m.-'1;
overcome forthcnrntimeinthe
‘neiv'mctor.
Gerald Campbell Weds
Seattle Girl Thursday
Gemld'w. Campbell. sun of m
Winifred Campbell of this city. and
Miss Marcelle (mam-cue of See:-
tle- were united in marriage Aug.
17 by Judge Hebe: in the University
district of Seattle. The ceremony
tookplaeeatozsomtheevening
with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn My.
brother-in-lew end sister of the
groom being the only attendants.
'l'hegmomisagraduateoithe
local high school with the class of
mmdalsoamduate oi'theUni
versity of Washington with the
class of '37. He is now associated
with the Penn mutual Life Insur
ance company and the young couple
wm probably make their home in
Seattle.
The newlyweds are spending this
week on a honeymoon trip to Del
las.rea'eatiqn area. ‘
Explosion Causes Fire
at Appenzellar Home
HIGHLANm—A me. awed by
unexplodingcouoilmmdcon
siderabledunagetotheumenat
the A. Appenzellar bane Bmm
homing before it "gotten Im
dercontrol bylinAppenleuu.
Mrswulacemutendedthe
Plnleyi’lnochleclubatfilehomeof
“.Mflnmmnnleym
day.
Mrs. Glen Doering’s bmthu'.
Dickie Cooper and sister. left this
week for their home in WW
Mr. and Mrs. William Speer and
funny spent Sunday with Mr.
Speer's mother. Mrs. Mary Spear.
atthemoyd'l‘hunashomeinbine.
Mr. and Ml 3. Ed Ray and son.
Jack. were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Nels Btu-khan in Home
Heaven.
Mr. and Mrs. W Gnu. Men
del and Robert. attended the circus
in Yakima Wednesday. 'mey were
guests at the home of their daugh
ter. Mrs. Bill Blrdsoll and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walker
and daughter. Bonnie Ray. and J.
C. Walker. who arrived last Tues
day from California. spent Monday
and'l‘uadnyotmehomeofnnmd
In. 0. n. m. ' -
YOU. KENNEWICK CW“
[5 All. WRONG NOW!
Manhunt-vacuum:
mammoth-In
lty M. mm [by
unuammm:
ltmmflymmmu
“walnut-swanky!"
became-thelut'l’hmun
Km.musm
(Mia-mum
”WWII-o‘e
mmummu
for November 28d. In“ 0!
hmhmbmw
M u u was m be
mum Antilles.
town'lllnnmunebgd
autumn-hm":-
thytheYulepo-elnflnm
Pillars for Park
Entrance to Bear
Indian Writings
Kiwanis Club Project to
Be Dedicated With
Ceremonies
Work was ant-ted yummy on
the enmnce pillars to Keenydin
putttisexpewedthettheywm
becomplewd by meend or this!
week end next week the Kiwenil‘
club, which bu the pmject. in hand.‘
plenstotnveadedicetion.withe
picnic end other outdoor Min-p
meututmottheoomicn.
mpinmwmbeotwiverock.
with me huge stones beating the
India: himgiyphics embedded in
each side. A plaque. giving in
ionnetioa relative to the Indian
sum has been prepued end will
‘aisofmepunotfliepilhn.m
plaque win he or concrete. the
Hetterstorwhichmcemd‘irom
woodbymmmotmeml
‘umbie Irrigation district. ‘
A: part of me dedicetim cere
‘mauberflmmhtionotfiie
‘lndim (or Noue.uaome¢‘lllh)
‘sunwutinawiuheamempted.m
‘teemrepmuutobeinm.
‘uthebesttuentinthecomnity
\mmmtamm.
localßodeones ~
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be held in mm m the
soummwummw‘m
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mummugmame
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muddummeeunztnme
part. semwxmunmwm
meNumlmmeeunuotthe
WWW
tummumm
{mmwamwnmdclubm
the united sum five years ago.
Thespetkerwul be announced
later.
Grape Tour
Accuracy-me production wm
be held next My'nnemoon.
Augusta. mmuopmnbe
made at 1:30 pm. ut the aunt's
fumaboutonemfleeutotthes.
P.&B.depot. 11113 me
be at 3 pm. st Church’s No. 8
fluent-18% miles“ atm
newlcknttheupeumroul. The
tonrwtflbewmem
of Dr. John c. Snyder. m
WWudwww.m.
comuy agent. W a! old
mmmwmmdwodmed
long anew-um mmon the
youngerv‘lneswfllhethown.
Presser Couple Flies.
Here In New Airplane
mum-unmet
memmmum
new down has am In that
mphnewmchtheynoenflypur
chased.
flammammotm.
mmm.mm.uelm
Rumotßatflemttheweek-end
attheG.A.mlpphcme.
.m. and in. Tan lion- and
mmm-xtheumhhn
ston home Sundnyontheu- my
home from Sin Francisco. In.
Johnsonisnr.llou"swnt.
mmmmd‘fm
ne Davis (lemma-sued with 0.
mm Mondaymommcbetm
mmummhum
lynhxmedtmmhamm.
Quitesnmnbu'tmihkod
multymwuucttheanm.
Gas Haulingon
River Is Now a
Big Business
111; Million 68!le 1M
Week Brought to At».
talia by Barges
“The use: a mo Meme: Hom-
Uy rapids." h the mower Robert
Stem-t ave when uked why the
Tidewater Tammi-mum.“
(ltd not nuke m Madam ct
Kennewick. Ilr. 3W 1: M
W (or the W and he
met that come 75 teams were
employed In one eta-city or m
er through me mum's open
tlom on we river.
‘Ptndeed he aid. speaking to
member: at the Kim club Tim
dny noon. "Kennewlck u a lone
uon for our punt. as am very
serious comm. We would
have pretend to have come here
from the am and condition: may
yetmlkettpoutblemmon hen.“
The oompeny now be; e his “Mk
term" at. mm. with em ce
pectty in Its fourteen nuke for we
end e hell mutton genome of neo
une. His oompeny :- heuflnc gee
onoe for (out w companies can
the oeeen tenure ee mm. my
compeny :- opeuunc leven heme.
with three ture end the equipment
:- WWW. H ....
Conditions on the upper river, he
add. m such that experienced
I'Wet mm mad the: ”I!”
could not be profitably conducted.
an company bed to learn “the herd
way" by Mel end emr. but wen
confluent m up mums-m
continue. nut-dle“ of reduced ren
my mum.
mm the new oil have mew!
hunched, the company a now do
livering u million and I but n.l
-of ca u week. For this pur
pose two high M” mm.
between The Ma and Athllo.
and: flashing c angle home. while
W " ““ “m
_ up two or mon
Watutnp.
A new have m recently launch
qlz“ My tnd ”solely for
m‘ehamporwuonof bulk what.
mm'humtummland
themmhu‘m tor-Othel-
MmMWu-oon
uhyanhebuut.lhe m:
mugmnyouoomm.
«Manama-swan”
mmmumuwns‘
Albrechts Bu Gmcery
Store in Rémond, Ore.
w. and m., acorn Albrecht.
of Kennewick hue pm me
Whitaker emu In Roma.
Oregon tad are now om the
store . under the nune 0! MW ‘
Grocery.
“a.m.nleceot n0.1“.-
ldmon qt Redmond. took out (In
WVth-mmm
hummemelmntahm.
tra-h merchandise. in. M
huboenwiththeJ.c.Pcnneyoom
puny 1n Kennewick for n number of
mmdutwuummm
mom. ~ .
A: now u n m and»:
hated in Redmond the M‘
will settle hm. MW in: I)“
mom or Wreck gum mm.
in: home tarnishing: from an
WWI! town—Redmond Dh
mtch. .
Dr. Capell Marries . '
Former Welfare Worker
Friends hm lave mm m
ofthencentmrflueotbnnl
Owen to Mrs. hm My. Dr.
{Owen has been undying In cog
mm work in Karyn“ _ .
{gs-ma u number,“ hm clfnla In
the out. time lam have hit
mt. un.o-peuuuzexmm
mus-a.mmmam
weltmdoputmemhmtornm
timetwoyuum.
FAMILY REUNION
'me 3. taupe home an: the
scene or e- “any m m»
gt which time a chicken dinner wu
served. The accustom we; use In
honor of m. Me's My tn
mm. the m want In
cluded Mr. and um. lumen all
two son at mvmm, Ween. lit.
and In. Fred Keane end two
«mm. Priest River. Idaho; Kr.
and lin. w. Renae. Chewehh. m.,
and Mrs. o. W. Kempe me! am
ter. We; mu Ilme Keane.
Spokane: w. and In. 8. 2. Mon:
and m and mm a! Grand
Coulee: Henry Nye. lpokene and
In. and Mn. Clarence Ham 0!
Paco.
mun-mm Home
The annual Michigan4lllmm“:‘~
Piaf-1c "_lll be held in Volunteer
wk 3t Paco on Sunday. gem
berl7.Ahlhotmmhwmbeaerv-
odulo'clock. “mama!“
Womanmtom
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