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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, January 09, 1947, Image 6

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Pam Labor Will
Be Short in '4l
Shortage of farm labor will
still pose a major problem to far
mers throughout Washington next
year, despite recent reports to the
contrary. This forecast is made by
Robert Pelley, assistant extension
farm labor supervisor, Washington
State College.
Pelly brands as “misleading" a
recent report to the effect that, in
place of the war-time labor short—
age on farms, the state now has
an abundance of farm workers.
“We may have plenty of farm
workers right now—during the
winter months— when the state’s
farming-plant is practically shut
down except for the usual year
round jobs, but this doesn’t mean
there’ll be no shortage of farm
labor for seasonal jobs during the
1947 crop year," he said.
It is true, he added, that since
the close of the war there has been
an increase in the numbers of do
mestic and migrant farm workers;
however, the effect of this in
crease is largely offset by the fact
that no German prisoners of war
will be available this year, and
few, if any, Mexican Nationals.
Washington farmers must look
to migrant farm workers for a
large percentage of their seasonal
help next year, Pelley believes. He
says last year a noticeable in
crease occurred in the number of
migrants entering this state, par
ticularly in areas such as Yakima
Valley, where they could get con
tinuous employment during the
crop season.
Elly Library
Beginning the New Year all
numbers of borrowers cards have
been changed. Therefore please
ask the librarian for your new
number the next time that you
check out books. The prefix to
the new numbers indicates the
year of expiration. All patrons
living outside the city limits are
required to pay a fee of SI.OO per
year for the use of the library,
since it is now a City Library and
financed by funds allocated from
city taxes. No charge is made to
those living within the city limits,
those paying taxes on city pro
perty, or to students of the Ken
newick public schools.
Many-patrons do not realize
that the library is open daily, ex
cept Sunday and holidays, from
2tos,sto7and7to9pm. Three
books and two magazines may be
checked out on each borrower's
card.
Western
31 use. Our Trev...
The regular meeting scheduled
Friday evening for the Home Hea
ven community club was post
'WPe'E‘ due t 0 cqld wegghey._ _-
A baby daughter. Virginia Ma
rie, arrived December 31 in time
to celebrated the sixth wedding
anniversary of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Smith. Mrs. Smith
and daughter are at the Pasco
hoggital._ _ _ _ _
Mrs. Ralph Wooden was~ pro-1
gram chairman for the art pro-‘
gram of the Prosser Woman's club
last Thursday. Mrs. B. E. Mc-
Gregor presented roll all on art
topics,- Mrs. Herbert Misner or
Kennewick sang several seasonal
numbers accompanied by Mr. Wal
ter Staufiacher at the piano. The
art director of the Senior High
school gave highlights of Who’s
Who in Art, which was followed
by two violin solos by Mrs. Lee
Lampson, accompanied by Mrs.
Wooden. A guest at the meeting
was Mrs. Ellis Dorothy of Kenna
wick'.
Several new cars and vehicles
have been seen in the vicinity
lately. Driving new Oldsmobile
cars are Matt Swanson, Chet Hen
son and Clifford Henson. New
GMC pickup owners are Shirley
Moon, Guy Travis and Elmer
Smith. Easley and Hadley and
Elmer Smith have new trucks and
a TDD International tractor - was
deliyered last wee}: to Ggy Travis.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith left
Sunday for Spokane where Mr.
Smith will undergo major surgery
at _an eagly_ da§e._ _ _ _ _
Several local flying tans had
the opportunity last week of trying
out the Navion which was being
demonstrated by Frosty Allrwd
of Spokane. Among them were
Ray Gould, Chet Henson, Clint
Mcßee, Louis Tyacke, Tom Speck,
Ester Perrault, Lew Davis and
Bob Hawle.
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JOHN DEERE
Tredon lmplements
CHENEY
Weedeu Puts
Hydnulic Manure Loaders
PARMA
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Fairbanks - Morse
Gas Engines. Air Cooled
CURTIS
Air Compressors
DANUSER
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' THE WWICK COURIER - REPORTER
Thursday. Januag 9, 1947 ‘

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