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51hr Krummuk manner-Reporter
Issued Thursdays by The Kennewick r‘zinting Co.. 217 Kennewick Ave. Kennewick. Wash.
. Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers Association; Inc. .
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$2 yr. in Benton Co., $3 outside The Courier, est. March 27. 1902
Entered as second class matter "A" ‘W The Remrter. est. Jan. 24. 1908
April 2. 1914 at P. o. Kenne- no Consolidated April 1. 1914
wick. Wash. under Act of Mar. Rolfe Tuve 1 Publish
3. 1979 #7_ Carl Anderson ; e“
Airport
With the end of the war more
people than ever have become air
conscious. It was a war that was
fought largely in the skies over
Europe, Africa, Asia and the is
lands that dot the broad Pacific.
Now everyone is talking in
terms of flying. Grandma wants
to fly to see her new grandchfld
in Texas. Dad is taking to the air
in the course of his business. And
Junior can stretch his vacation
a few days by flying back to his
school term.
Sportsmen envisage a new era
of greater sport enjoyment by us
ing the airways to the far flung
recreation centers. It’s definitely
an air age.
Kennewick can take its place
in the nation-wide network of aid
service. All it needs is a modern
airport. We _are favored with
every other requisite—including
the distances to be conquered. We
can’t get an airport by talking
about it. -
We can only get it by a con
certed effort that will take full
advantage of every opportunity.
It is a challenge to our Chamber
of Commerce, our city council
and to individual citizens.
WRECKEB
SERVICE
Phone 511 ~
Night ~ Phones:
Rm 512 or 1183
Pasco 370 M
commas mm mm
Pratt's Garagq
‘ 10 North Auburn
Cat erpillur
No longer under War Froduction control—
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
' for Fall or Spring delivery - ‘
JOHN um: mums
Will definitely be more plentiful in the very
neur future— check your requirements
and place your order with us now.
RICHMOND IMPLEMENT Cl].
KENNEWICK, WASH.
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Rally
In a letter to the Courierße
porter A. F. Hardy, State Man
power Director, pays high tribute
to the workers of the state who
established such a fine- record in
the production of war materials.
We blush a little at the fine words
of praise he had to offer to the
newspapers of the nation but take
pride in publishing the entire let
er:
“When the history of World War
II is written, one of its brightest
chapters will be that recounting
the manner in which the men
and women of America rallied to
the call for workers to produce
the materials of war needed by
our boys on the fighting fronts.
“Silver-haired men and women
came out of retirement, or their
kitchens, to enter industrial plants
for the first time in their lives.
High school students contributed
their vacation periods to join their
brothers, sisters, and parents in
useful occupations.
- “Prompted by a deep sense of
patriotism and responsibility they
pooled their efforts to produce the
guns, ships, tanks, airplanes, food,
and ammunition necessary to win
the war. , _
“It was our privilege to have
had a panoramic View of the un
folding of- this highly dramatic
picture and, while we at times
were deeply concerned with the:
tremendous responsibility con
fronting labor and management]
the response and achievementsl
were inspiring beyond descripe
tion. ‘
“The performance of workers
in the highly industrialized Puget
Sound area and entire State of
Washington was, as you know, one
of the most commendable in the
nation.
“It is with a deep sense of ap
preciation and in all sincerity that
I take this means of thanking you
and the members of your organi
zation for the invaluable aid you
rendered in the realization of our
objectives. 7‘ 7 7 - - _
“Frankly, it it had not been for
such assistance, we could not have
succeeded in recruiting the work
ers necessary to the pursuance of
our war-time program.
“It has brought a new sense of
appreciation of the invaluable
service the newspapers of Ameri
ca render to the public and to
the nation.”
A. F. Hardy
Ben! Controls
To Be Continued
Rent control will not be ended
in Pacific Coast areas in the fore
seeable future.
With this assertion, Ward Cox,
Regional Rent Executive for the
Office of Price Administration
today termed published predic
tions 'that rent controls would be
lifted immediately, as “illusory
and without foundation.”
“While we are anxious," said
Cox, “to terminate all controls as
quickly as consistent with econ
omic safety, pressures on the Pa
cific Coast due to congested hous
ing conditions are expected to con
tinue for a considerable - time to
come. So long as such pressures
are felt, rent control will. continue
in effect as a safeguard against
inflation it! dwgnins__reptal casts-3'
Cox added that “all available
information indicates little pros
pect of an early easing of hous
ing congestion.”
Additional pressures which will
be exerted by returning veterans
seeking to establish families for
the %Me, and an estimated
10,000, home shortage nation
ally, were also emphasized by Mr.
Cox in warning against relaxation
in rent controls.
“It will be some time before
the construction industry can work
up to even the best annual pro
duction of pre-war days, 1,000,000
units. With an acknowledged 10,-
000,000 home shortage, it is easy
to see that it will be several years
before supply gets within hail
ing distance of demand. It is my
considered judgement that rent
control in some form will be ur
gently needed in many. cities for
from at least two to three years,”
he said. .
In areas where rent control
became necessary solely by reason
of establishment of military in
stallations, it .will be poaihle to
lift controls fairly rapidly when
these establishments are removed
or closed, .he predicted. “How
ever, in the manufacturing areas
of varied production we will so
slowly and carefully. We shall
not add rent increases to the other
hardships of transitional unemw
ployment. It is even conceivable?
that during this transitional per-I
iod if reconversion of new manu-l
factunn‘ g should center upon some
community or area which was un
touched by war pressures, that
it would be necessary to originate
rent ceilings there,” he asserted.
RAINBOW GIRLS . , 1
All regular cificers and their
alternates are to meet at the Ma
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Lewis and Clark
The Gun Anode“ oam
A Condensed Story of
the Historic Expedi
tion of 1804-6
Copyright 1945 by
Walter Meacham
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The expedition continued north
to a point a few miles southwest
of the modern Missoula, at the
present Lolo. Camp was made on
Travelers’ Rest creek on Septem
ber 9. This is now known as Lolo
creek, a fork of the Bitterroot.
There they left the river and
turned their faces to the west. _At
a distance of about thirty miles
they crossed the Bitter Roots over
Lolo pass into the present state
of Idaho. Sacajawea bore the
hardships of the trail with equal
courage as the men. She was
a valuable member of the party,
though not as a guide. Her baby.
Baptists, who Captain Clark called
“‘Little Pomp,” was a great favor
;ite with the men and helped to
humanize the rigors of the trail.
1 After crossing the pass, the para
ty emerged on the present Packer
Meadows and Pack creek, which
Lewis and Clark called Glade
creek. Their Shoshone Indian
guide led them down to the Koos-i
kooskie (Lochsa) river, a mistake
which they avoided on the return
trip. They camped at the mouth
of White Sand creek, which they
called Colt Killed creek, because
they were forced to kill a colt to
satisfy their hunger. Powell Ran
ger station is now located on this
spot.
The climb out of the river can
yon was a hard, dangerous one.
One of the pack-horses slipped
and rolled down a steep declivity.
Forage was so poor and the ani
mals were so thin and weak that
two of them had to be abandoned.
On September 16 they made a
cheerless camp and killed another
colt for food. Snow was falling,
their moccasins were worn thin
and they were cold and miserable.
The following day, the third and
last colt was killed and eaten.
Captain Clark, with six men,
went ahead in search of game.
From a high point, probably Sher
man peak, they sighted an open
grassy country in the distance.
Hurrying on, they came to a
stream, formed by the present
Obia and Fish creeks, where they
camped. Having nothing to eat,
they tightened their belts and
called the stream Hungry creek.
Lewis and the main party trailed
along, hungry, cold and dispirited.
No doubt they all dreamed of the
nice, fat, juicy buffalo and elk
steaks they had enjoyed on the
Missouri.
Clark had the good fortune to
come upon a stray Indian pony,
on which they dined, leaving the
larger portion for Lewis and his
party. Clark continued on, cross
ing the Eldorado and Lola creek
and, on Septeniber 20, came out
on Weippe prairie, where he
found a Chopunnish (Nez Perce)
camp. This was near the present
Weippe, Idaho. Two of the head
chiefs being away with a war
party, the explorers were re
‘cei_ved_by Chief Twisted Hair. __
Lewis and Clark sat in council
with the Indians on September
23, distributed presents and med
als and explained the purpose of
the expedition. The men enter
tained with music on the fiddle
and with dancing, a form of en
tertainment new to the Indians.
They (the Nez Perce) promised
to always live in peace with the
white men, ,a promise which they
faithfully kept until 1877, when
Chief Joseph went on the war
path for a cause he considered
just.
(To be continued)
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