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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, August 15, 1946, Image 2

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Issued Thursdays by The Kennewick Printing Company
217 Kennewick Ave., Kennewick, Washington
Member Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, Inc.
32 year in Benton County, $3 outside. Entered as second class
matter April 2, 1914 at RC. Kennewick, Wash., under Act of
March 3, 1879. The Courier, established March 27, 1902; The
Reporter, established Jan. 24, 1908, consolidated April 1, 1914.
’ Rolfe Tuve, publisher
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EAST KENNEWICK ;
32 Dorothy Carlton .
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2488 before Wednesday .
Mr.- and Mrs. Mel Lambert of 1‘
Salem, Ore., were overnight guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- .
ry Jacobs Friday. .
Elmo Wortman spent the week .
end. visiting at the home of his
parents, the ord Wortmans of Im- ‘
naha, Oregon. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mueller ac- '
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Soper motored to Grand Coulee 7
an? Moses Lake over the week 1
en . ‘
Mrs. Cora Hoskins arrived Tues- ‘
day from her home in Tacoma to 1
visit at the homes of her sons, J. :‘
H. and K. C. Carlton.
F. E. Sands has gone to Missou- I
la. Mont., where he will enter the 1
NP hospx . or a oroug p yslc- nay.
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Regulation No. 756
NOTICE
The following resolution and
regulation was duly and regularly
passed and adopted at the regular
July, 1946 meeting, July 1, 1946, of
the State Game Commission for
the State of Washington. '-
RESOLVED: Th? Regulation
No. 487 be amended read as fol
lows until furth changed by the
State Game Co ission:
That is shall be xflawful to hunt
migratory waterf lor migratory
birds on or within one-quarter
mile of the Columbia River be
tween the Grand Coulee Dam and
the railroad bridge across the Col
umbia River at Wishram, Klicki
tat County. It shall be unlawful
to hunt migratory waterfowl and
migratory birds on or within one
half mile of the Snake River in
Franklin and Walla Walla counties
and it shall be unlawful to hunt
migratory waterfowl or migratory
birds on or within one-quarter
mile of the Snake river in Colum
bia, Garfield, Asotin and Whitman
counties EXCEPT, that part there
of which constitutes the boundary
between the states of Washington
and Idaho.
AND BE IT FURTHER RE
SOLVED: That the above resolu
tion and regulation shall be pro
mulgated by publishing the same
for one issue in the Olympia News,
Olympia, Washington, the omcial
newspaper of the State Game
Commission, and in the Kenne
wick Courier, the Chronicle- Dis
patch (Dayton), Pasco Herald,
Walla Walla Union Bulletin and
Calfax Gazette Commenorabsaw
Cofax Gazette Commoner, for one
issue.
Dated at Seattle, Washington,
this lst day of July, 1946.
STATE GAME COMMISSION,
J as. A. Loudon, Chairman, Virgil
B. Bennington, Sam Gjerde, R. D.
Hand, Marcus Nalley, C. A. Peter-
SOD.
Don W. Clark , Director De
partment of Game. 8:15
The American Legion was in
corporated by an act of Congress
passed September 18, 1919.
flaring
Service
Richland
11 Front Street
Phone 942
m KENNEWICK COURIER- REPORTER
NOTICE of Closing of Registra
tion Books—Notice is hereby
given that the registration books
of all precincts in the City of Ken
newick will be closed against orig
inal registration. on the 24th day l
of August, that being the last day
for registration until after the
primary city election. which will
be on the 10th day of September,
1946, after which the books will
again be opened for registration.
Dated this 13th day of August,
1946. Winifred Campbell, City
Clerk. 8-15-22 ‘
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_ YOU ARE ALL INVITED - ’ '
SUNDA I I AUG. '8 ”ii
STARTING AT 6 A. M. {3%
TO SEE THE BIG COLE BROTHERS CIRCUS UNLOAD .. . 1 $5
20 ELEPHANTS COMPLETE MENAGERIE OF STRANGE .gg
LIVING CREATURES FROM THE FAR CORNERS OF THE .
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-2;; .-,,. .~» '" - * A high heart and the desire to see one
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' a , . of garaphernalia, ~ equipment, performers
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i ' - ~ ' , ' INITIATION— ~ . -
[ ; - Attendance at the Kennewick railroad
~' _ E . tracks, when the big show rolls in at six a.m.
[ ._ . . the morning of August 18. .
[ * - ' . For kids of both sexes and ages from
g - .. , SIX months to sixty years and over.
' ' ~ - . - PROGRAM— .
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[2:- ~ . . " _ .. membership ' ever forget. After circus
. g; ~ '_ unloading, on have the invitation of the
. .. , . ; ' j Cole Bros. gums to go on up to the lot and
,_ seethe biswpsoup.
Available at the restaurants of the area
.7 —don’t worry about morning coffee at
.. -~ ~.. home. ' Skip that mornin meal—see the cir
. . '' ' cus unload, and have the ham an’, cakes and
. Mm ; - be a. ha 1 coffee in the restaurants that are stay!“
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their paces.
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Choose your Druggist
as you would your
Doctor. To have your
Prescriptions
compounded accurately
and with only highest
quality products.
Take it to .
VISGER DRUG
Kennewick, Phone 271
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Thanks I" or Your Patronage . . .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parks announce the
sale of the Angus Grill Cafe to Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Strassburgel'. We wish to
thank our patrons for their past sup.
port, [and we hope they will continue to
patronize the new owners.
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