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W DAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1948
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The WB3. co-edr here are interpreting an old so‘ng favorite "Three Blind Mice." in an ultra-modern
dance movement. Left to right are: Molly Whitely. Ferndale: Eileen Schlicht. Spokane: Shirley Scott.’
Wenatchee: and Jacqueline Robertson. Olympia. They will appear at the Kennewick high school, at
2 p. 111.. Wednesday, Nov. 17. with the college choir. now on tour of eastern Washington. The pre
sentation is something different in the entertainment world. with a varied program featuring selec
tion trom a group of love ballads to primitive chants backed by the lusty heat of jungle tom-toms.
me GRANGE
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press their preference for Thurs
day or Friday meeting nights. The
Grange will entertain Pomona on
Saturday, November 13, at Ken
newick Valley. _ ,
New Licenses Go
On Sale Nov. 15
New auto licenses will go on
sale November 15 at the L. F.
Johnson insurance agency at 112
Kennewick avenue, Bob Johnson
announced this week. New plates
are to'be issued for 1949, he said.
Drivers, who desire special
numbers, may reserve them now
by calling the agency.-
Owners must present their reg
istration cards at the time of ap
plication, Johnhon said. Title to
the vehicle is not acceptable ibr
issuance of licenses.
He urged early application for
plates to avoid the usual last min.
ute' congestion.
m Damn-rte ROLE
'Carolyn Travis of Kennewick
was chosen this week for a part
in the all college production “The
Daughters of Atreus.” The cast
for the play includes 28 students.
Directed by Harold Stevens, Dram
atic coach, it will be present’
during the first part of Decem
ber. ,
The cornerstone of Denny hall,
the first building on the presen
University of Washington campus,
‘was laid July 4, 1894.
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National Grange Master Warns That
Farm Economy High! Collapse Again
A solemn warning that agricul
ture faces economic conditions
strikingly similar to those which
caused the farm collapse followin.
World War I was given the 82nd
annual semen of the National
Grange Wednesday by National
Master Albert S. Gross.
' “With the major exception that
farmers have kept their debts
down and are in a better financial
position to weather a storm,”
Gross said, "almost every factor
which led to the farm crash am
eventually to the greatest depres
sion in history is present today."
‘ Goes asserted that unless we
can find practical means of avoid
ing the same blunders we made
after World War! wewillgo‘
through as great a collapse as in
the twenties when agriculture ledl
the whole nation to the verge of
bankrugacy. ‘
“We are facing the same old:
farm problem for which we unfi
successfully sought a solution for
over 20 years, and unless we cant
find a practical solution soon, the
same economic forces will result
in the same kind of collapse just
as surely as water follows the
same course when flowing over
the same obstacle,” Goss said.
The best defense against a re
petition of the debacle of a gene
ration ago, Goss said, is an econo
my of plenty equitably distri
buted to give the nation a con
stantly 1111 me standard of liv
ing.
“Our first effort," Goss declar
ed, “should be to maintain a high
national income with high em
ployment. If we are to have last
ing prosperity all segments of our
economy must prosper together
and prosperity must be built on
balanced, full production and
maximum consumption.”
He called the well-paid working
man who turns out full measure
of non-farm products under full
employment conditions “the farmq
er’s best friend”. But, he added,
full employment and good wages
aren‘t enough to alone assure farm
prosperm- . ‘
} “Even under such conditions.
Goes said, “our marketing system
is such that a small surplus may
result in a collapse in price which
would destroy the producer of the
the plenty upon. which prosperity
depends." .
“Goes proposed “three lines of
defense" to protect us from such
a distaster as hefell the nation in
the early 1920's and m in 1939.
Retinz facilities by pushing the
products in surplus supply ana
spl;rlng those items in short sup
p .
'l'o maze such a program ef
fective, Goss suggested a Federal
Farm, Commission “charged with
the responsibility of keeping a
perpetual inventory of food sup
plies and full data on prospective
demand."
The Commission, he said. should
be aided by an Advisory Board
consisting of repmentatives of
producers, pmbasors and distri
butors to assist the Commission in
determining what items should be
pushed and what items should be
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~2. Our‘seeond line of defense
lis a flexible price support simier
to that provided in the Aikens
Hope bill to become etfective
Jan. 1, 1950. with some modifier.
lions, especially for export cropl
The bill provides for supportsi
rangingfromfio percentoia ne-‘
visedparity to.9opercentor
more when needed to expand pro-
Iduction rapidly.
"I! the floor proves to be in
centive in character. and bring
out s'urplus production. automat
ically the floor would decline,"
Goss said. “If the price structure
'would not bring Sufficient pro
duction, automatically the floor
would increase."
3. Our third line of defense,
Goss said, is our ‘.‘stop loss floor”
set at a level which would not
be incentive in character but
[which would protect the produc
ers from bankruptcy and below
|which prices would never be al
lowed to fall.
’ Goss supported the Marshall
Plan but insisted that our resourc
!a should be used to develop in
dustrial production and re-estab
‘lishing international trade rather
than for relief.
Goss defended the United Na
tions against charges that it has
tailed and asserted that it is "the
greatest form for holding the pus-p
poses and ambitions of nations
up to public view the world has
lever seen.”
-“lttnaynrellbethattheonlted
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know in mustering world wide
public opinion in indignant pro
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not have to entry on under the
Light of the United Nations where
ithe whole world can know what
‘she I: doing." Goa: told.
Thmmh the Unlted Nations the
powerful M of publicity
may be mating peace out of
conditions whlch would otherwlse
inevitably have resulted in war.
It war should come. the issue will
be clearly drawn between those
nations which truly seek peace
and justlce and the one nation
on earth which seeks world do
mination,” Goa oatd. 1
Instead of abandoning the
United Nations because It has
brought no assurance of lasting
peace, Gossdocladeponcy
should be one of wholeheafled
supporttobunditandsmnhn
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SHOPPING II 0W !
There is a Big Variety to Choose from It
Washburn’s -
CHRISTMAS TOYS
O Dolls and Doll Buggies
O Wagons and Scooters
0 Trucks and Tricycles
GIFTS FOR ADULTS
0 Men’s Gift Sets .
0 Ladies’ Gift Sets
GIFTS FOR EVERYBODY
0 Coffee Makers
0 Percolators .
o Popcorn Poppers
O Pyrex Ware '
0 An Assortment of Vases and Other
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