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Column
by Walter L. Click
Well. the jeep that much
publicized powerful little blitz
buggy used so generally by the
armed forces—will be in Benton
county in person as a part of the
Demonstration day Monday, Jan
uary 29th, at the Kennewick High
lands Community hall, the State
college of Washington and Frank
lin and Benton counties cooperat
ing. The jeep will be shown, look
ing into the future, as a possible
machine for all around farm work.
Harrows and other loads are mere
playthipgs for the jeep. As an add
ed feature, a power take-off has
been developed at the state college
which makes possible the utiliza
tion 'of the engine power for sta
tionary jobs.
Inkenious farmers often perfect
equipment of real value to other
farmers and Orin Torrey, Oppor
tunity, Washington, did just that.
He built a power garden culti
vator of odds and ends. An old
auto wheel, tire with tube (no air).
94 horse power gas engine, parts
tram a car starter, #4 inch pipe
and brains built a piece of equip
ment that is the envy of other
gardeners. The cost was very
small. This will be shown on Dem
onstration day, January 29th.
01! interest to farmers and
housewives alike, will be a display
of equipment for the farm freezing
SURE! You can have
the finest
S and K
CHICKEN DINNERS
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Fountain 8: Cale
On the Highway
spon'rmnn BLDG.
AVenuo c No. 16
Kennewick. Wn.
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Your favorite brands
of cigars, cigarettes,
and can ies
I. 0 A N S
Sales Financed on Automobiles.
Tricks. and House Trailers
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. PERSONAL LOANS
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UNITED FINANCE (:0.
Second Floor Nat. Bank of Commerce Bldg.
PHONE 821 KENNEWICK
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S ’ Open Seven Days a Week"! ah. -9p.m. , ‘
KENNEWICK DEPT. STORE
- 346 Ave. "C" East-«On lhe Highway .
ONE STOP SHOP FOR All. YOUR NEEDS '
.COMPLETE OOTEI'I'I'E BS TOE THE FAMILY
SUNDBIES NOTIONS ‘ -
WE ISSUE FISHING LICENSES
TWO MILES WEST OF KENNEW’ICK. THEN ‘VATCH FORBIG SIGN “I’LAYLAND” AND TURN RIGHT '/4 MI.
plant. Compressor, valves, strain
ers, dehydrator and other neces
sary equipment together with a
model coil will be on display and
:1 specialist will be on hand to ex
plain home built .refrigerators to
anyone interested.
Time and space does not permit
my telling you of all the features
of the Demonstration day. The
work of “Resettlement”, “Poultry”,
“Dairy", “Rat Control”, “Fruit and
Vegetable Storage”, “Fruit Tree
Exhibit” and many others are of
great interest and will be crowd
gatherers at the Kennewick High
lands Community hall on January
29th. ~
An over-all farm labor meet
ing will be held at Kennewick for
Franklin and Benton counties on
Monday, January 22nd to discuss
the whole problem of farm labor
for 1945. ,Arthur Kulin, State
Labor Supervisor of Pullman, will
be present and explain the Mexi
can labor deal, in so far as it is
known. Any and every farmer is
urged to attend. Special notices
are being sent but do not wait for
a special invitation. This meeting
will be held in the A. A. A. as
sembly room, Penney building.
In another part of this paper,
I wish to call your attention to the
two soft fruit pruning demonstra
tions scheduled as follows: Tues
day, January 2§rd on Clayton
William’s place, ya mile south of
Brenner’s corner, Kennewick. This
is across the road from Church’s
large vineyard. Peaches, prunes
and cherries will be pruned. Dr.
Snyder will be the demonstrator.
This demonstration will start at
9:30. In the afternoon, at 1:30,
there will be a similar demonstra
tion at the A. E. Scott farm 1 mile
northwest of Benton City'. Don’t
forget the dates. A lot of requests
have been made for these demon
strations.
It seems like a busy week coming
up with soft fruit demonstrations,
labor meeting and the big College
exhibit.
LOANS
CHECKS CASHED
MONEY ORDERS ISSUED
INCOME TAX SERVICE
From 9 to 9 Daily. & Sunday
WESTERN
FINANCE CO.
Number 10. Avenue G East
On 11:. Highway .
Kennewick. Washington .
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December 28th.
Dear Mr. Reed:
Greetings to you and the people
in the metropolis of Kennewick.
In the event that I have time
now to catch up on a little bit
of my correspondence, I am in
cluding you in my list.
At the present time I am located
in Belgium. There isn’t much I
am permitted to tell you about my
combat activities, only’ that I have
really seen war. I have seen parts
of the Seigfried line and have been
in Germany.
One happy and important factor
is' I find the moral of the boys
seems to be very high, even though
we do go for weeks at a time
without washing and shaving. Our
mail service has been pretty good.
All in all we're keeping our chins
high for we know that with God
on our side we can’t loose.
Personally, I have overheard
many suggestions relative to the
achievement of a lasting peace
when this conflict is over, but
one of the best considers religion
of paramount importance.
Religion is a potent force in the
world today, and it should con
tinue to play a leading 'role in
the future. Without a strict ad
herence to religious ideals the
world can not hope to avert an
other war in a generation or so.
In the event that we have just
observed another Christmas day
we can not help but wish that
the whole world would be recon
ciled to God and there would be
peace among men. Instead of men
living in harmony with one an
other, we see human beings de
stroying other human beings. Bit
ter hatreds and various destruc
tive influences such as nazism and
fgascism abound in the world to
day, attempting to undermine our
spiritual foundations. Even in our
own America, which' has always
symbolized equath and tolerance.
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Pilgrim Holiness
‘ 18 Benton St.
January 15 -28
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\a'e fir-ti racial and religious anti
pathies.
The eradication ot‘these hatreds
and the substitution of Christian
ideals is absolutely necessary if
nations are to be at peace with
one another. As long as hateful
germs thrive and are propagated,
then the recurrence of another
war is inevitable.
The renunciation of Christian
ity by a large portion of the world
has been a major contributing
cause of the present war. Only by
a return to the teachings of Christ
can we hope to have a genuine
peace in our time.
Here is hoping all of you had a
very Merry Christmas and let me
take this opportunity to wish each
and every one of ' you a very
happy, bright and prosperous New
Year.
Good luck, and here is hoping
we- boys are home with you soon.
As ever,
Cpl. Wilbert C. Mills.
Benton Man .
Wins Citation
S/Sgt. Clarence W. Clayton,
with the 15th AAF in Italy, is
serving with a Liberator heavy
bombardment unit recently cited
by the War Department for out
standing performance of duty dur
ing a mission over oil refineries at
Florisdorf, Austria. Included in
the citation were all members of
the ground force. Clayton is an
armament crew chief.
Clayton attended the Kiona-
Benton high school and was an
employee of the Union Pacific be
fore his enlistment in September,
1941. Overseas since March he
has been authorized the European.
African-Middle East theater ribs
bon with two battle stars for his
part in the Italian Campaign and
the invasion of Southern France.
His wife, Mrs. Bernice Clayton
and eleven-month-old son Wayne.
reside on route two, Kennewick.
Community, U.S.O. Joint
Recreation Program on
The community recreation pro
gram centering in the new recre
ation building in Parkview has
now been underway since its
opening late in November, and
’qualified supervisors are in
charge. Bob Millikan of the local
schools has been devoting con
siderable out-of-school hours in
direction, and is now working
with Miss Crawley, the USO rec-i
reation director. Many hundreds
of boys and girls and youth of
all ages, as well as some older
groups are having a part in the
play times now progressing. The
building is a busy time each day
of the week, especially after school
hours. Mr. Millikan’s services
to date haVe been made possible
through the Community War Rec
reation Committee funds.
Maybe they say some, people
are “the salt of the earth” because
they have a habit of getting fersh.
ORDINANCE NO. 412
AN ORDINANCE establishing the
fire limits of the City of Kenne
wick, and amending Section 1
of Ordinance No. 343 of the City
of Kennewick.
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF KENNEWICK DOES‘
ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:
Section 1: That Section 1 of‘
“Fire limits of the City of Ken-i
newick be and they are hereby‘
established as follows:
Ordinance No. 343 is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Commencing at a point where
the alley South of First Avenue
intersects the center line of Day-
Iton Street. thence North on Day
ton Street and Dayton Street ex
tended to the South line of Avenue
‘D. thence East along the center
:line of Avenue D to the center
line of Auburn Street. thence
:North on Auburn Street to the
South bank of the Columbia River.
;thence East along the South bank
lot the Columbia River to the
icenter line of the main line track
Lot the Northern Pacific Railway
‘Company as now constructed,
’thence south and west along the
center line of the main line track
‘of the Northern Pacific Railway
Company to the center line of
‘Beach Street extended, thence
south on Beach Street extended
and on Beach Street to Howard
Avenue, thence West on Howard
Avenue to Washington Street,
thence at an angle to the alley
south of First Avenue, thence
West on the center line of said
alley to the point of beginning”,
“That Section 2 and Section 3
of Ordinance No. 343 be and the
same are hereby repealed."
Section 2? This ordinance shall
be in full force and effect five
days after approval, passage and
‘publication in the official news
lpaper of the City of Kennewick.
PASSED this 16th day of Jan
uary, 1945.
CITY OF KENNEWICK,
By J. C. Pratt, Mayor.
ATTEST:
Winifred Campbell, .
City Clerk.
APPROVED:
Kenneth E. Serier,
I City Attorney. 42-c.
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Equipment)
Notice is hereby given that
School District No. 17, Benton
County, Washington, hereinafter
referred to as the “Owner,” shall
receive up to, but not later than
2:00 a'clock p.m., Pacific War
Time, of the twenty-second (22)
day of January, 1945, sealed pro
posals for the award of a con
tract, for furnishings and equip
ment for a Grade School Building
designated as Project No. 45-293 N
located in Kennewick, County of
Benton, State of Washington. Such
bids will be received in the office
of the Superintendent of Schools,
located at High School Building,
Kennewick, Washigton and will be
opened and publicly read aloud at
the above stated time and place
‘in Room No. 1.
Each bid must conform and be
responsive to. all the pertinent
Contract Documents. Copies are
now on file and open to public in
spection in the offices of the
Owner located at High School
Building and at the Architect]
Engineer’s office at Room 206.
719 Second Ave., Seattle, Wash.,
where copies may be obtained by
a deposit for each as shown he
10w. This deposit will be re
funded if the set of Contact
Documents is returned in good
’condition within ten days after
the bid opening.
Eachbidshallbemadeouton
a bid form to be obtained at
either of the said offices in which
the Contract Documents are on
file.
Each bid shall be accompanied
by a certified or cashier’s check
payable to the Owner, or a bid
bond in favor of the Owner, axe-1
cuted by the bidder as Principal
and a satisfactory surety company
as Surety, in an amount not
Ices than five per cent of the
maximum amount of the bid. The
check or bid bond shall be given
as a guarantee that the bidder
will execute the Contract, if it
be awarded to him, in conformity
with the Contract Documents and
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MOTORISTS
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will provide the surety bond or
bonds as specified therin within
five days after notification of. the
award of the Contract.
The Owner reserves the privi
lege of rejecting‘any and all bids
or to waive any irregularities or
infomalities in any bid or in the
bidding.
No bidder may withdraw his
bid for a period of 30 days after
the date set for the opening of
bids.
Date: January 22, 1945.
Harvey Owens, authorized offi
cial, chairman of the School
Board.
Deposit required for one set
of plans and specifications, $25.00.
124-18
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington in and for
Benton County.
‘ Raymond C. Moore, plaintiff,
vat. Floyce Clark Moore, defend
an
State of Washington to:
Floyce Clark Moore
You are hereby summoned to
appear within sixty days after the
date of the first publication .of
this Summons. to-wit: Within six
ty days from the 28th day of
Decanber. 1944. and defend the
above-entitled action in the Su
perior Court of the State of Wash.
ington, aforesaid. and answer the
complaint of the plaintiff and
serveacopyotyouransweron
the undersigned attorneys for
plaintiff at their office below
stated. and in case of your fail
ure so to do. judgment will be
tendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint,
which has been filed with the
Clerk of the said Court. The ob
ject of this action is to obtain
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