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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, November 13, 1941, Image 7

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Definition
GD TIMER: One who can re
,” back four years when the
was promised to reduce gov-
Mt expenses by 25 percent.
j no government is Interested ‘
P h m soldiers at least twice—
”, when they go to war, and
ma, when they start to
and their bonus money.
ypeflenoe must be a great
m, when you stop to think
W many come back for more.
”.mys are two sides to
m question. Dad Gummit has
M silly, selfish side and
"all Side.
A nun; who was worried about
wed that his conscience was
W m, and wanted to know
IW3 could be done about
I'l mt give you some exercises
”when your will,” the doc
“. Wed. “Is that what you
mu" “I’d rather have my con
“ weakened,” the patient ad-
M'
. Definition
. amnion: Making oentain that
In, w triend down’t keep a
In!-
no reason a divorce costs
”Mawedding,saysnad
Mia that usually it is
tidbit.
anon: “Does your daughter
m in God, Brother Jones?”
anther Jonas: “She must, judg
u by the compmy she keeps.”
Avihl difference between a.
Wandamarfledmamsays
mmbmatwhena
m walks the floor with a
Hymhbmhe’sdancing.
Am, says Dad Gummit,
will leave everything else to
inurdJutMkatopumsh
Ilkmemiesmmself.
mama!) I’o bragging, 8118-
mm! Gummit, stop and re
unher that it isn‘t. the man’s
Methamakwittwvel.
Definition
MAL: 'A guy who is no
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mommflerentlaws.
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Saul: out the weakat points,
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MIRB. mm WOULD-
N'T THINK OF HAVING A LO
CAL AN‘ESI'HEI‘IC. SHE INSISTS
ON GOING TO THE CITY.
And one trouble with the. guys
that don‘t know anything is that
they are always telling it to others.
The turning point In any
man’s life seems to come when
a. pretty woman passes by, ob
serves Lena. Genster.
A stranger was standing on the
platform of a. small railway station
when the Northern Express flashed
past. Into the whirl of dust raised
by the train leaped the station
master’s dog, and tore madly up the
track in pursuit.
“Does your dog often do that,”
asked the stranger.
“Yes, Sir. Every time the expm
passes? -
‘That’s queer,” commented the
stranger. “Why dm he do it?”
“I don’t know,” replied the other,
“but what worries me most is what
he's going to do with it when he
catches it.’
Dr. Giggenbickler had knocked
the fever out of his patient, and
had the satisfaction of knowing
that. he died cured.
Traffic Toll in New Rise
In our nation, where the shat-l
tering of records in all forms of en
deavor has become conunonplace,‘
we have again hung up a new rec
ord. Instead of progress, however,
it is a record of stark tragedy.
Willard A. Campbell, district
manager of the Farmers Automobile
Insurance Exchange, makes the
startling statement that the traffic
deaths in our nation during the
all-time high for that month,
month of August skyrocketed to an
sn-urffing out 3,910 lives.
For the year of 1941 traffic fatal
ities show a net increase of 18 per
cent over the corresponding period
of last year. The main portion of
the increase during July and August
took a decided swing to cities of 10,-
000 and more population.
Despite efforts of traffic regula
tory hm, safety omg-anizations
and 8111 who work for a solution to
the problem, the toll of death and
misery continued to pile up. The
only answer lies in more coopera
tion on the part of every citizen,
more recognition of the situation in
its true «light—as an individual prob
lem.
China. now has 50 kinds of flour.
If a buyer goes into a. grocery store
in New York or London and asks for
Wheneedgivenoother descrip
.tion, but. in Shanghai or any other
city in China, he must say exactly
what he wants. Flour is made of rice,
peanuts, potatoes. sweet potatoes,
peas, coconuts, millet, pulse, oats,
2:llam, almonds, lentils and soy
ms.
Becauseqfthewarthatbefianin
1939, the 1940 receipts of the Pl
- mountain railway, used most-1y
by tomishs in Switzerland; were one
sixth those of 19m.
There are now nearly 20,000 more
civil servants in London, despite the
evacuations. than before the war be
-Bm.
DO
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100,000,000 board d'eet of lumber
wasusedintheconstructionatthe
Grand Coulee Dam
As a basis of comparison, the
lumber used would «build all the
homes of cities the size or Bremer
ton, Hoqutam, Longvlew, Olympia,
Vancouver, Walla and Wenamhee.
About two-thirds of the material
was used in concrete forms.
The size of the lumber require
ment becomes all the more startling
when it is realized that these forms
were used over and over again, be
fore ‘being discarded. The average
was 35 to 40 times, the highest about
50.
The raising of asparagus is be
coming a. valuable oft-season crop
to growers in the Yakima. val-ley.
It first started about 10 years
ago on several hundred acres of
alkaline soil, there are now between
3,000 and 4,000 was in asparagus.
After the third year the crop is in
full production and continues in
definitely. The returns gross an av
erage of S2OO an acre.
The advantage of asparagus is the
fact that the labor is required during
the spring, a season when it is not
Are you considering joining a
MIII'I'ARY SERVICE ?
Here is your opportunity to have all the ad
vantages and privileges of Navy life but with
a shorter enlistment.
Many men do not realize—but it is a fact—
that your pay, your training, and your chances
for advancement in the Naval Reserve are
exactly the same as in the Navy itself. -
Take your own case. Let’s assume that you
have had no special training. In that case here
is your opportunity to learn one of the Navy’s
45 big-pay trades, from aviation engineering
to radio. You may receive training worth
SISOO the first year alone. In addition you get
all the advantages listed in the second column
of this announcement.
But perhaps you have had special training or
know a trade. In that case the Naval Raerve
offers you the opportunity to use your knowl—
edge. If you qualify (high school or college
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Why not choose the NAVAL RESERVE!
AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
.“All men now enlisting in the Naval Reserve will be retained on
active Navy duty throughout the period of the national emergency,
but they will be released to inactive duty as soon after the emer
gency as their services can be spared, regardless of the length of
time remaining in their enlistment.” ,
HERE IS THE OPPORTUNITY
THAT THOUSANDS OF MEN
HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR
FREE TRAINING WORTH SISOO
HIGHER PAY OPPORTUNITIES
TEE KENNEWICK. (WABHQ comma-3mm!!!
neededtorothernnesotvaneyin
dustry.
Certain W formerly valued
at but S2O an we have been turned
(to asparagus and are now worth
S4OO an acne.
Mexico is considering a plan to
establish a special rehabilitation
colony for juvenile delinquents in
danger of becoming inoorrigable.
The settlement, according to the
ministry of the interior in Mexico
City, would be on the Tree Marine
Islands. Mexico’s penal colony for
hardened criminals, some 100 miles
off the Pacific coast.
How photo-electric tubes or elec
tric eyw may be made 50 times more
sensitive than heretofore is revealed
in a patent.
Sweeden has a plan to make all
airports and commercial landing
fields ready for quick change to
military ham whenever necessary.
More than 2-3 of the typewriters
sold in Turkey in the last year were
from the United States.
The Peruvian government recent
ly employed an American expert to
investgiate the industrial possibili
ties of its coal deposits.
Tungsten, a. metal of which lamp
filaments and special steel alloys are
made, is an essential element for
both defense and peace-time um.
Most of the shoes now manufact
ured 1n the Philippines have rub
ber or. other non-leather soles.
by the Secretary of the Navy
Bremerton Folks Are
Visiting Parents Here
RICHIAND—Mr. and M Wal
ter McCamish and children of
Bremerton are visiting at the home
of Mrs. MoCamish’s parents. Mr. and
Mrs. John Dam.
Mrs. Pershing MoClean of Occur
d’AJene. Idaho is visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Millard.
Dan Barnett and Austin Murray.
who are students at W. 8. C. spent
the week-end visiting at their homes
in :Richland. ‘
Thad Grosscup. Jr.. John Fbwell,
Miss Rose and Miss Street. all at
Seattle, spent the week-end visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thad Grosscup, sr. ‘ _
Mrs. A. S. Murray spent Mon
day visiting at the home of Mrs.
J. Jameson, who Just recently re
turned from the Pasco hospital.
J. C. Purdy of Spokane is spend
ing a few days in Richland.
BE SURE TO STOP
AT THE
OKLEY HOTEL
AT
Whlte Bluffs
The only hotel between
Kennewick and Wenat
chee on the Columbia
river.
M
not newssary), you can join as a petty oflicer
right away-with higher pay and allowances.
Also, if you have two or more years of college
credits, there are special opportunities to be
come a Naval aviator or a commissioned oficer.
LOOK WHAT THE 11. S.
NAVAL RESERVE OFFERS YOU
FREE 'I’RAIRINI worth SISOO. Nearly 60 tmdel
and vocation to choose from.
COOOPAYwithregulai-incmaaa. Youmny
earn up to $126 a month.
EACII YEAR youamentitledtoam
vacation period, with full pay.
GOOD FOOO and plenty of it.
FREE CLOTIIING. A complete outfit of cloth
ing when you first enlist. (Over SIOO worth.)
FREE MEDICAL CARE, including regular den~
tal attention.
FINEST SPORI'S and containment any man
could ask for.
TRAVEL, ADVENTURE, TIIRILIS—You can't
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BECOME All OFFICER. Many can work for
an appointment to the Naval Academy or
the Annapolis of the Air at Pemaoola.
FUTURE SUCCESS. It’s easy for Navy ttnined
men to get good-paying jobs in civil life.
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