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SAVE TIN CANS .. '~
For months KenneWick house
wives have been heeding the‘ de
mands of the government to save
their tin cans. In many cases the
accumulations have become bur
densome and no word has been}
received as to what could be done
with them. Now most women have‘
come to the conclusion that it was
another “wolf” cry and they have
ceased to be as careful.
Atlong last is the word that now
provision has been made for them.
Sponsored by the local Kiwanis
club, arrangements have been
made for their collection and ship
ment to Yakima where the car
loads will be assembled. Of course
the same provisions. are made for
the cans—they must be cleaned,
delabeled, and the ends cut out
and the bulge flattened. Then they
aretobetakentothebinandleft
in their containers so that the
truckers can handle them without
undue work, as the transportation
is being handled free.
So save your tin cans and help
with the war effort.
Believe it or not, Ripley says
that the only monkey that was ever
known to laugh was in a Berlin
zoo. This is the first evidence we
have seen that monkeys possess a
sense. of humor.
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Your want your children to have every advantage of sound
bodies through sound health. What they eat “manufac
tures” that health—so be sure their meals include at least
two slices of ENRICHED BREAD, three times a day.
It’s vitamin and mineral rich to make them stronger,
brighter and radiant.
AND BE SURE IT'S
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K ewick Bakery
At the présent time American
shipyards are delivering more than
five ships 3 day. In the past two
years 42 million tons of shipping
have been turned out. Half of this
is merchant vessels and half naval
craft. By the close of the war our
merchant marine will be greater
than that of all the rest of the
world combined. One of the big
problems in post-war planning is
what will become of this immense
fleet? '
{DON’T WORRY! ,
1 Someone in Kennewick suggests
that life back home is going to be
mighty dull for the boys who have
been seeing many parts of the
world at War. In fact, letters from
fighters mention how much free
travel they receive and how they
are seeing sights that they would
never get to view any other way.
jSome. lads go so far as to figure
'the hazards of war .are worth the
sightseeing! but 'as far' as our
boys not welcoming that home
coming, not appreciating small
town Main Streets and corner drug
stores, you might study letters of
boys who definitely state why they
fight as they do. Home is.the vic
tory, the end of war, the symbOl
of peace. To return to, family,
friends, comforts and advantages,
out-weighs the touring and sight
seeing. These lads will have their
fill of ‘strange sights and faces.
Public sales have been built up
on the idea that some people will
buy anything if they think the
price is low enough. Regular at
tendants at public sales as a rule
accumulate a lot of junk that they
never have any use for because
they couldn’t resist seeing it sold
cheap. ‘ ,
1 - A filibuster in Congress means
{that members opposed to a meas
ure may continue to hold the floor
‘and prevent the measure coming
‘to a vote. The rule does not even
‘require that the speaker confine
his remarks to the matter being de
bated. All that is required is that
he continue to talk. This is some
times done for hours and even
days. Our courts have Worked
out a much more sensible rule
‘which does not permit the admis
sion of any testimony that is not
pertinent to the case on trial. By
this means the immorally wasteful
practice of filibustering is not pos
sible. The same means should ap
ply in Congress. Only discussion
obviously pertinent to the question
should be permitted.
A block buster bomb is eight
feet four inches long, two feet one
inch thick and weighs 4000 pounds,
2200 of which is explosives. The
rest of the weight consists of shell
and fuses. Dropped from a height
of 20,000 feet it strikes the ground
at a speed' of 600 miles an hour.
The explosion wrecks everything
within a city block in each direc
tion from the explosion.
The visions of some of our pio
neers are beginning to some true,
with new houses blossoming on
nearly every vacant lot in town.
Within tl'e past year or two the
number of residences inside the
city limits will have doubled by
the time the newhouses now under
construction have been finished.
Fields which have stood vacant for
years now present a seen 3 of hust
lmg activity and every day sees
{the rafters of a new home reach-
Ung into the sky.
Now if only the business sec
tion of the community. could take
a similar step the long looked for
little city would have materialized.
We have nodoubt but that as soon
as the critical stage in building ma
terials has eased up, there will be
a new wave of building to house
the many mercantile enterprises
which are looking here for a 10.
cation. Speed the day.
Considering the devastating ef
fect that inflation, if it comes, will
have upon everybody, we can’t
understand why so many people
are insisting on things being done
that will bring about inflation.
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THE KENNEWICK (WASHINGTON) COURIER-REPORTER
Since 'it has been impossible for
the city to spend any considerable
portion of their street and alley
money during the past couple of
years, there should be a sizeable
fund accumulated for street im-1
provement wbrk by the timema-i
terials are again available. There
is probably no town of comparable
size in the United States which
has such a terrible main street—-
so far as the so-called paving is
concerned. 'l‘ his replacement
‘should be one of the city’s first
post-war activities As it is, the
surfacing his served its usefulness
and has long passed its term. of
life. New materials, new tech
niques developed during the war
should provide a smooth, skid
proqf, durable surface for many
years to come—and still be within
the bounds of reasonable cost. We
hope the city fathers have this
work in mind for its number one
job. ‘
Contrary to the usual belief
that might have grown into great
Christmas trees are not small trees
trees. - They are a special type.
They are grown for two purposes,
to‘produce Christmas trees and to
prevent washing of soil on de
nuded slopes. Many acres of the
country having soil on steep slopes
subject .to wash could profit by
planting small type evergreen
trees. They could be marketed as
Christmas trees after having their
purpose of preventing erosion.
According to the experts Hitler
still has 400 divisions at his com
mand. A division comprises from
12 to 15 thousand men.
Due to the shortage of news
print paper experiments are being
conducted in the matter of de-ink
ing or removing the ink from the
paper and converting the paper
into sheets to be used again. The
New York Times recently printed
an edition on paper in which 10
percent of the paper used was
waste paper; another edition con
tained 20 percent waste paper and
a third 23 percent. All three edi
tions were readable and it is stated
‘the average reader would not de
ltect the differecne.
At Great Lakes. 111., one of the
world’s largest training stations for
navy personnel, 69,000 pounds of
turkey were prepared for Thanks
giving dinner. Every week the
Istation consumes 10,000 pounds of
crackers, 160000 pounds of bread,
166,000 pounds of beef, 320,000
pounds of potam, and 3800 gal
lons of ice cream.
The fellows who a few years
ago were clamoring for govern
iment control and government own
‘ership of utilities are now com
plaining because of the growing
system of bureaucracy. The more
government control the more bu
reaus. It appears we can’t have
one without the other. .
The Tom Moore Distilling Co., of
Baltimore, Md., to escape excess
profit taxes, recently declared a_
dividend of 72 gallons of whiskey
for each one of its 17,500 shares.
The move was followed by several
other companies. As a result the
price 'of distillery shares at once
skyrocketed to a new high.
Hitler is the only tumor in
the history of the world. who be
fore he started out on his campaign
to rule the world. told the world
exactly what he was going to do
and how. He even let the world
look in on his preparations. his
iarmyahdhisplanes and his tanks.
‘ln spite of the fact that he made
‘no secret of any move, he
fooled the world world, except
Russia. Russia was the only coun
try that was anywhere near ready
for him. Singularly enough Rus
sia in turn fooled Hitler.
Cato ended each one of his
speeches before the Roman Sen
ate with the sentence, “Carthage
must be destroyed." Carthage was
the chief city of the Phoenicians.
SWhen it was finally destroyed by
‘the Romans the buildings were
leveled, the ground where they
{stood plowed, and sowed to oats,
‘so that no evidence of the existence
of the city remained. We are drop
ping the suggestion for the bene
fit of those who are wondering
what to do with Berlin.
Hostetter Motor Co.
, Authorized FORD Agents
SALE-SERVICE ‘
Phone 105 Pasco
WRECKER SERVICE
Thursday, Decanbu 11. 11.
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According to In ‘
supply or coal undumlhntfl
other words there is w i
to insure strikes to: m. .l
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Papers have discontinuu §
tion. One editor in “an“
situation Pertinent], 'o‘
a- good live new a: I“
vive in any but a 800 d Ih. :-
Th —p _ta- \ '
e en son office
Washington was bumpw
40.000 persons. The M“!
‘five stories high an II b
around it. It has 13% at
corridors and require;
7of 700 janitors. the“
Present indication; In N ~
Russians will arrive in 3."“.-
fore the Allies.

A Kennewick m m ' a
that Darwin would be M h
was right it alive and” it
how ably men could u 1:
keys of themselves.
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