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Around the Stale
. Guy lingollette
Politics or Patriotism Will Be
Test of Washington Legislature
. That there will be a special-see:
axon oi the legislature in the early
future is now generally agreed
upon. The question remaining un
answered is, will business of the
session be limited to soldiers votel
legislation for which it is called,
orwilltherebeageneralraid
attempted on the tempting. re
serves in the hands of State Treas-
Pledges Bela ' Signed b
I Y
Sincere Senators
A. voluntary agreement to con
sider only legislation bearing on
the vote for service folks is being
signed by members of the Senate.
Sponsored by Spbkane Senators
Warren and Orndofl and Seattle
Senators Dawson and Zednick, this
means is being taken to prevent
the session from degenerating into
- a drive for unnecessary legislation
on assorted matters, mostly aimed
at reserves now on hand and which
will be so badly needed after the
wars are over and the boystare
home again. A similar agreement
is being signed by House members.
Every Dollar of Reserves Will
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5| [5%
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More Coverage--
WITH higher costs for
replacement you will be
wise to look over your in
surance policies to make
certain they cover as fully
as possibly any loss that
may occur. “
Ask this Hartford agency
to check your policies to
make sure you have ade
quate insurance. ' -
; Harold 11. Pyle
+ Agency ‘
Just call 1231’. ~
2151/; Kennewick Avenue
Hostetter Motor “Co.
. _ Authorized FORD Agents
SALES-:SERVICE ’ ‘ ‘
. Phone 105 Pasco ' ‘slßLewia
WRECKER SERVICE
"I'l' COSTS NOTHING
- 7 To Phone One of Our Representatives '
and find out how much you can save on your
automobile, or truck insurance with a continua
ing form policy. a ’ , '
w National Standard
: _ Our. Policies Give -
; Non-Assessable . ‘
i Proleclion .
i WHY NOT CALL US TODAY? ' ,
Working on: oi Local Oiiieo: Working out of Buford:
Marietta Dague, Eve. Tel. 3266 Fred Gillhuly, Ph. 5019
Leslie Lewis, 227 3rd Ave. E. s. A- Burnidge. lot 23, 890- Q.
EF' 13' Spitzer, Ph' 3117 H 5533: fines trailer camp '
no. 1, no. 34,,corner Sum
; Allen W. Smith, Benton City merville & Bataan
E FARMERS AUTOMOBILE .
; Inler - INSURANCE Exchange
’, and Truck Insurance Exchange -
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Willard A. Campbell , - .
. District Manager
-' PHONE 1811 .4
BofiNoodod Aflor the War
_Careful management of state af
fairs by Gov. Arthur B. Langlie,
loyally supported by other officials
regardless of party, has made the
accumulation of millions in re
serves possible. These funds are
mostly in the highway and gen
eral fund accounts of the state
treasurer. Our highways are being
badly damaged‘by heavy war traf
fic, and repairs, new construc
tion and natural development of
the state will absorb every penny
:in this account and demand much
imore in the first years after the
[wan The same is true of the gen
‘eral fund. This money belongs
to every citizen in the state and
post war demands will be im
mense, for many things will be re
quired of the state for returned
service men.
May Become Necessary for
Citizens to Act
We hope and trust that members
of the legislature will show their
loyalty and patriotism. It is in
deed an excellent opportunity.
However, the facts are that legis
lators are your servants. You,
we, hired them when we elected
them to the legislature. Some of
them at the 1943 session, fortunate
ly a minority, acted'as if the elec
tion gave them special personal
privilege. Under existing condi
tions it would seem that if such
an attitude should develop this
time demands should be made
upon these members for a greater
show of loyaltyto their state and
their constituents. We realize that
many- times these things prevail
because the voters do not know
the facts. Keeping you informed
is the business of the press, your
newspaper, this newspaper. As
writer of this column we pledge
you' that the true situation will
be reported to you herein, without
pulling any punches._ If it looks
questionable to us We will tell you ;
56, and why. Then you may use
your own judgment. l
'Litfle Stores from About the State
; Survey of Stevens County shows
55 properties which should be pro
ducing minerals on a commercial
basis says Chewelah Independent.
. . . Methow Valley News reports
local resident killing four cougars
near Winthrop in two days. . ‘.. .
Garfield County exceeded its quota
of fourth war loan bonds before
the drive' started. . . . More than
$365,000 sold says East Washing
tonian. . . . Thurston County In
dependent tells of an automobile
crash into a telephone pole which
'caused a short circuit with a pow
er line. . . . Result all telephones
on . the farmers’ line shooting
ATTENTION ‘
- MOTORISTS .
We have complete service
‘and experienced mechan
ics to take care of your
car_or ‘pickup.
Call or Wnte or Appomtmont
Garland - Boyle
. Oldsmobile Company
Phone 896 Walla Walla. Wuh-
sparks and flame, one farmer in
jured, other close calls. . . . Schools
in northern Walla Walla County
will merge as result of recent elec
tion. . . . Same action is contem
plated in other parts of the county
says Waitsburg Times. . . . Selah
Optomist says local rural fire com
pany has purchased a new truck.
...Newflaxfiberplantisinop
eration at Monroe says the Mon
itor—will employ 40 to 50 persons.
...Springrunofsmeltinthe
Cowlitz is refited by Kelsonian
Tribune. . . . aty Day celebra-
ll 0M E I. 0A l S
First Federal Savings and
Loan Association
Of Walla Walla
Apilicati’ons for loans on homes in Kenne
wlc and vicinity may be made at the office of -
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_ Harold G. Pyle Agency -
215% Kennewick. Ave. Kennewick, Wash.
. ' 'Phone 1231 ..
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. , Yif every American, civilian-~as'well as soldier, stands WE BOUGHT EXIHA WAR 3.05.0“
World 5 Safest ”WW” loyally at his or her post. And, whatever else your duties at - ~52;
omm mm. “5‘23“”: '93: may call for,,there is one job that concerns every citizen— * * _2
mafimmamily, 3% m that concerns you: That is to help make 1944 one of the
fiotgfigwmn o°}, mgggg'fg decisive years of human history. So make whatever sacri- . * r”
multity'va'luo.’ ' ‘ ficemayhenecessary to help make the4thWarLoan * 7;;
avast. mew-v loans or m:- Drive the succeuitmust be if we are to realize our great 7.-
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as bank collateral, redeemable 0t pl! ‘ . . . . . * ‘3'. .3
_ andicerned “3‘3qu . Ask yourself honestly—how much of a sacrifice is 1t to at .2 3
aim: 11: T 1944; due March 15. 1970. - give up some luxury Just temporarily In Order to buy the 3
Wow mfimfilfififl best mvestments 1n the world? When you’ve , answered
'.. p 53,: par-111 sea-nod some}; ’ ' tlnt question, buy at least One extra $l9O Bond now—at 3
gnaw “1.50 m ~ your 011i]: or WM. And if you’ve already
.::-:23“ Music-“MW“ 1m bought, y agam month—and keep em! 33
Bands 8:;- “G”. M this sticker in your will" #3
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Chamber of Commerce National Bank of Commerce 5‘ a; J Motors Co. Kennewick Club Waffle House
, Babcock. Oil Co. . E. H. Behrman, Jeweler Armstrong Barbers Campbell‘s Cabin Camp mephone Company
.Kennewlck Bakery - K ‘C. Gifford, Real Estate Farmers Exchange Vibbers Rexall Drug Co. ‘ ‘ Dependable Store 5
Kennewrck Canning Co. Dr. P. 0. Stone, Dentist Koelker’s Men’s Wear Pollyanna ' Mona Monroe Dress 51'" .
Mueller Funeral Parlors J- C- Penney Co. Arrow Grill Neuman’s Cash Store Angus Grill Washington Hardw. 8: W
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tion held at Mukilteo attended by
Indians from many Northwest
tribes says Mount Vernon Argus.
Salesgirl: “Here’s a lovely gift,
a doll. You lay it down and it
closes its eyes and goes to sleep,
like a real baby."
Mother of -- Seven: “Have you
ever put a real baby to sleep?"
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A man is never a real failure,
says Dad Gummit, until he begins
to blame somebody else.
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' Food for growing children, our workers and fighting form, V,
.. are the best fed people in the world. It now becomes our PM!
i and our duty to help feed millions of starving children in many n. _
Q tions.
In 1942 American breweries used 3,032,988,000 Pounds of 9rd _
and 147,270,000 pounds of sugar. Wineries used fruit Weigh;
ES 0\ 2,279,114,000 pounds. This staggering amount of food Wk
\ , t . sustain five million starving children.
Jeep is on the water wagon. Copyright 19“ Washington Temperance Association, 4113 Arcade ng., scam. quh Q
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