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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, March 20, 1947, Image 4

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The Richland Lutheran Men’s‘
Club has announced that the Au
gustana College Choir of Sioux
Falls, South Dakota, acclaimed
by critics from Coast. to Coast as
being one of the bat chairs in the
World, will appear in concert at
the Columbia High School Audi
torium in Richland, Washington,
the evening of March let, at 8:00
WARS AND INFLATION
After every war there has been
inflation in the United States.
After the American Revolutionary
war the value of the dollar fell to a
33 cents; after the Civil war its
low point was 44 cents. After
World War I the dollar fell _to a
value of 40 cents. The story as
to World War II has not yet de
veloped. -
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FAMED—CHOIR TO SING IN RICHLAND
Richland Club
Asks Sparkly”
Sportsmen of the Kennewick
area are invited to attend and par
ticipate in discussions to be held
in Richland Saturday by the Rod
and Gun club of the Atomic City.
The club will hold an open
house from 1 to 4 p. m. at which
time a delegation and spokesman
will be selected to represent this
region at a meeting Sunday of the
Eight County Sportsmen’s league
at Ritzville.
In order to instruct the dele
gation discussion will be featured
to determine the wishes of east
ern Benton county people in re
gard to game laws.
State Game Director Don Clarke
and several aides will attend the
Richland meeting and will discuss
plans with General Electric of-‘
ficials and club officers on the
possibility of setting up on the‘
Hanford project the first land
management program in the state.
This plan includes the improve
[ment of the Yakima river for
fishing as well as the planting
of lands in natural cover crops so
that pheasants may be released in
the area in quantity.
The club house, up the Colorado
river from Richland, has recently
been redecora‘ed. In addition to
business ‘seesions, - refreshments
will be served in the afternoon
and a special trap shoot will be
held. Tickets will be required
only for refreshments and a sup
per. to be served at the Richland
Cafeteria at :6 o’clock.
“All interested sportsmen are
urged to attend,"- stated Max Wal
toni) president of the Richland
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‘Boal Show To
,OpenSahlrdaY
The 1947 Pacific Northwest
Boat Show, which opens its doors
'0 the public in Seattle March 22,
,‘ll be the most complete expo
sition of boats and nautical equip
rent seen in this area since 1930,
show officials state. The event is
sponsored by the Pacific North
est Marine Dealers Association,
composed of boat and marine
.:_u-pment firms 'throughout the
Eurfet Sound area.
The boat show will feature 42
stock cruiser and sailboat exhibits,
representing-the latest products of
0 magor boatbuilders. Powered
craft will range from the smallest
'shing skiff; to the last word in
luxurious 403f00t cruisers. Some
have hulls of molded plywood.
thers feature steel hull construc
tion, combined in one instance
itn an aluminum deckhouse.
Many are new models being
rushed from eastern and Cali
fornia factories to be exhibited
for the first time.
FIRST WHITE m
The first white men to visit that
part of the United States now
designated as the state of Illinois
was Marquette and Joliet. They
visited it by crossing the Illinois
river in 1873.
Game Department
Count Elk Herd
With a few isolated areas still
to investigate. the elk survey crew
has reached a total count of 2,-
281 animals for the Yakima elk
herd. They do not consider it a
really complete count because
the weather was very mild and
elk were scattered widely on the
range. However, the survey did
show a good ratio of bulls left
for breeding purpdses. The elk
werealltoundtoheingoodcon
dition and very wild.
Representatives of the Forest
Service, Sportsmen's Organm
itions and Game Department
waited tonmerggnthe tlan
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lhelped materially in making this
survey a success.
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