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aligning, Incoming Mail Times
‘ ed by Postmaster Woehler
<3 Postmaster Walter Woehler this
,‘ : compiled lists of outgoing
.373; I. incoming mail times at the
g, --' 11:]: post office. He said
i; u ' persons had asked him for
o h a list and he believed it
33% g d be advantageous to mail
3: ‘ trons in general.
3“, ‘ Woehler said all outgoing mail
" a." : be in the local post office by
~ times listed to 00 certain to
3 included in mail dispatches at
__tjfimg times. That means in the
rt office and not merely .‘n out
' 3 ur mail boxes, he said.
f“- Here is the list of outgoing mail
hymn. week- days:
I'3 'chland—szao a. m.
'chl'and—lo:4s a. m.
if: co—lo a. m., also 2:30 p. m.
_‘i"all_.Walla-—lO a. m.
Dome—East and North States,
; Eastern Wash.. No. Idaho at 1
.._” 3:05 p. m.
pukanPNorthem States and '
’ Norfltem Idaho at 8 p. m.
Tacoma—lo a. m.
Olympia—lo a. m.
Northwestern Wash.—- 10 a. m. .
"Seattle—B p. m.
income—B p. ,m.
Olmpiaws D. m. 1
‘Northwest Wash—B p. m.
‘ Portland—lo a. m.
CflMING EVENTS
KENNEWICK CHILDREN are welcome to en
roll in the Red Cross Swimming classes
- 19:91:11?! the Pasco pool each morning from
1 to .
FRIDAY «- SATURDAY. I UNE 10 - ll—Ladies
Auxiliary of Sheriff's Posse are holding at
rumniage sale at the S 6'. I Motor building.
SUNDAY. JUNE lZ—Benton County Fair As“
sociation and Sheriff's Posse are holding
queen contest at the new fair grounds on'
‘ NOl3 m“. ~
‘.. '1
*5
SATURDAY. IUNE ll—Circle No. 4 of the Me
thodist church is sponsoring an old fash
ioned ice cream social on the church
.: lawn from 4p. m. until midnight.
WEDNESDAY. IUNE lS—Seal Brothers Circus
will be. in Kennewick for an after-radon '
and eveningperformance.
122 Kennewick Ave.
,RIGHT FOR ,THE ENTIRE FAMILY
* INSULATED WALLS and CEILINGS * UTILITY ROOM *AUTOMATIC
ELECTRIC HOT WATER HEATER *AMPLE sTORAGE and CLOSET SPACE
* INLAID LINOLEUM In BATH and KITCHEN * OAK FLOORS * DINING
NOOK * TUB and SHOWER *ATTACHED GARAGE * CERAMIC TILE
in BATH RECESS * LAUNDRY TRAYS * SHOWER CURTAIN and ROD
* BUILT-IN MAIL Box *MODERN LIGHTING FIXTURES *AM PL E
MODERN KITCHEN cABINET * VENETIAN BLINDS in LIVING and FRONT
BEDROOM * CERAMIC TILE DRAINBOARDS * CHROMIUM FIXTURES
In BATH and KITCHEN * AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT * WINDOW and DOOR
scREEN * noon Camas * LAWNS PLANTED * CURBS. SIDEWALKS
and OILED sTREETs *LOT LENGTHs 100 to 150 FEET * LOT wmms so
to 75 FEET * FHA APPROVED and INSPECTED * SEWERS *CI T Y
FIRE PROTECTION ' . .
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
’éfi FYFE <5: SPAULDING. Inc.
Phone 1231 or 8927 . Kennewick
IDEAL CLEANERS
A? MODERN
HOME
BUILDERS
VISTA
. H. 0 I! S E
. VETERANS .
Only SIOO Down
To Cover Part of
Applicatibn Filing
Charges
“5 Monthly .
Paynunto
Total Sale Price
39250
NON-VETERANS
‘ S6OO Down
1 Nominal Monthly
‘ Payments .
\ .‘l'otal Salo’ Price
‘ $9250
California—lo a. m. _
Southwest Wash—lo a. m
I Western Oregon—lo a. m.
I Plymouth—lo a. m.
IPatterson—lo a. th.
{Portland—B p. m.
‘Western Oregon—B p. m.
California—~s3 p. m. -
Southwest Wash.—-—8 p. m. '
Southeast Wash—B p. 111.
South and Southwest States—-
‘ Bp. m.
South Idaho—3 p. m.
East Oregon—B p. m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
Portland, Southwest Wash., and
Western Oregon, Plymouth.
Patterson and California—lo
a. m. '
Portland, Western Oregon and
Southwest Wash., and Calif.—
6 p. m.
Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia,
Northwest Wash.——lo a. m.
Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia,
Northwest Wash.—6 p. m.
Spokane, Eastern Wash., North
ern Idaho, North and Eastern
States—3:os p. m.
Southeast Wash., Northeast Ore-t
gon, South Idaho and South
and Southwest States—6 p. m.
Incoming mail week days:
Pasco—4 a. m. '
CHECK THESE STAR FEATURES
Phone 1241
Kennewick Courier-Reporter
10
~Thursday, June 9, 71949
Yakimw Valley 4a. m.
Portland, Central and Western
Oregon, Califomia-4 a. .21.
Spokane, Northeastern States——
4:15 a. m. .
Seattle, Northwestern Wash.—
4:45 a. m.‘
Pendleton, Sonth and Eastern
States, Southeastern Wash.—
5 a. m.
Pasco—6:3o a. m. .
Richland—9:3o a. m.
Pasco, Airmail from all points
—10:30 a. m.
Spokane, Northeastern States
—1 1120 a. m.
Richland—2:4s p. m.
Portland, Oregon, California—
-3:45 p. m. .
Western Washington
Seattle-« 4 p. m. '.
Pasco, Walla , Walla—4:3o p.m.
Airmail from all points—s:3o p.
m. »
Sunday and Holidais;
8 a. m.——Pouches from all dir-
ections ' \
11:20 a. m.—Spokane, Northern
and Eastern States
3:45 p. m.—-Portland, Oregon,
califozsnia - ~ !
4:15 p. m.—Seattle
Western Washington
5 p. m.—-—Airmail for all points
Cardgazing . . .
3y mum
DARK HAIR-DARK EYES
The cards bring luck to those
involved in work produced by
machinery. Many new inventions
will come in the summer months
that will cUt down production
costs. -
The weekend will be ideal for
romance and friendship. Those
married at this time will have
fairly smooth sailing.
The first of the week will see
changes in health. It is a time for
light eating and drinking of much
water, or other liquids.
DARK HAIR-LIGHT EYES
The cards tell of trouble with
facilities. Lights and water will
be under ill cards for several
days. '
' The weekend Will be ideal for
travel and change of residence.
Traffic hazards will be overcome
with little effort.
The first of the week is to see
many changes in the financial
scene. Money will come easier
and go a little farther,
LIGHT HAIRJJGHT EYES
The cards show surprise pack
age arriving. Gifts received at this
time will be practical. ,
The weekend has a predomin
ance of flowers and they will be
preferred as gifts. -
The first of the week is favor
ed for correspondence. Catch up
an lone. overdue letters. ’
LIGHT HAIR-DARK EYES
The cards warn of coming com
plications in business. Now is not
the time to make loans or borrow
money. Tighten your belt and
weather it through.
The weekend will see the arriv
:l] of relatives. Close relatives not
seen for quite some time will ar
rive and stay quite a while.
The first of the week will be
given over to rearranging affairs.
Many changes in partnerships
will take place. . '
m: ram-Assn was A
CLOVER mm ron wcx
Joan Evans introduces a hand-screen
clover print, designed by Elza of
Holl wood and featured in a Cole of
Calif’ornia sundress. The bodice is
shirred Matletex, its demure little
sleeves and the scooped neckline in
spired by Joan's forthcoming stellar
role in‘ -"Roseanna McCoy,” Samuel
Goldwyn production for RKO Radio
release. .
Effect of DDT Spray
On Bird Life Studied
In areas such as Washington
state,' where DDT has been wid
ely used for control of insect
pests of forest trees, results of
observations of the effect on bird
life are being followed closely.
More than one million acres
have been sprayed by airplane,
mist blowers and ground equip
ment against the tussock moth
in Washington, Oregon, and Ida
ho and in some northeastern
states against gypsy moth. These
operations have included the
spraying of entire cities in the
east, such as Wilkeslßarre and
Scranton. ‘ln all of these opera
tions, single areial applications
of one pound of DDT per acre
have caused no proven loss of
birds. But from such areas as
Ohio and Indianna come reports
of birds dying following the use
of heavy applications of. DDT
to elm trees in localized areas.‘
The assumption is that the birds
have died of DDT poisoning and
the purpose of an investigation
now under Way is to learn the
facts. Specialists point out, how
ever, that not all of the localities
concerned have reported bird los
ses. The spraying, 'meanwhile,
has drastically reduced insect
populations that destroy trees.
{New insecticides are being tested
in the ham of; finding some that
give" the necessary protection
Without harmful, effects to birds.
Hollywood
Style Shorts
One lovely piece of jewelry often
make: a costume. This one is a brace
let, coiled gracefully around the slen
derest part of the wrist, caught with
a globe of match-
dresses and sheer
summer evening gowns. Worn by film
‘star Jane Greer, whose forthcoming co
starring role will be in RKO Radio's
, "The Big Steal."
.o t ‘
The miniature gold hand, a throw
back to Victorian days, makes a pretty
pair of (earrings for today's modern
miss. A tiny row of brilliants on the
- Cuff, their only
‘ - bEmnelLEur;
‘ tently appearing
in RKO Radio‘s "Roughshod."
'o o t
Still winner in the race for summer
shoe honors is the spectator pump of
white buckskin and luggagct calf. A
well-fitting shoe, with slende , slightly
pointe toe and
_ RKO R a d i o ’ 5
"Adventure in Baltimore" finds it teams
perfectly with morning cottons as well
as after-dark pale silk shantungs.
ing brilliantg.
‘ Gold and dia
‘monds (well,
‘ simulated dia
‘mon ds) ar e
teamed in its un
lusual design. It's .
l a touch of magic
for your cocktail
accent. Simple
,enough to wear
' to the office, dec
iorative enough
‘for after-five dat
ing. Their dc
mure air and
delicacy of de
sign makes them
popular with Jeff
mediu walking
heel, i s the va
cation- inded ca
reei- ':l's best '
bet. h i r l e y
Temple whose
current co-star
ring role is in
' I
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‘A‘grass fire has been burning
on the Prosser hill the past two
days and has burned over a lerge
area of the hill, over the top and
down the north side of the Hills
toward the Prosser-Kennewick
highway. Origin of the fire is
unknown. Summer-fallow and
the green wheat has kept it from
doing extensive damage, although
it will probably cause a Jecrezxse
in bird life, especially the chuk,
kers which were planted in ti ‘1
area a couple of years ago.
Mrs. Lillie Richmand and Keitn
Richman of Troy, Ore., are visit
ing a couple of weeks at the
Frank Richman home. They plan
to attend the Bickleton picnic be
fore returning to Troy. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Richman and Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Travis spent the week
end in Troy where they ewere
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Richman. Fred and Frank are
brothers. ’
The Henry Dowd home was the
scene of a large family gathering
Sunday in honor of several June
birthdays in the family. Present
for the affair were Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Tucker of Walla Walla, Mr.
and Mrs. Dale Erickson and fatn
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Art Gould, Mr.
and .Mrs. W. H. Gould. Selmar
Thompson and son, all of Weston,
Ore. F'rom Horse Heaven and
t ‘ Now is the time- to figure your wants for‘
tall planting. Fruit trees, shade trees, shrubs
and berry plants. .
YES. WE DO ‘ILANDSCAPING
NURSEBYMAN'S EXCHANGE
River Road Phone 4525
K
—l\:orpac Freestone No. 2%
_ Peaches*
4189 c
Case of 24 5.25
Campbell’s TOMATO g
S 0 UP
10%: oz. tins
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CANTERBJRY TEA BAGS .. 48c. . , L «a: :-
neliglitiully Crisp' ‘ Breeze -0 2' lb. loaf 79C . ’ “_i;.l.x*:-§;.E£i,%
I“].an (MCKERS. Ib- 29C Golden rich cheese fodd; money-saving low price! p ‘.‘ 350*wa ‘9‘.
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Bunik! MILK! ”CHEESE! Town House Fancy ' - . ngjgfllflg: c:
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. June ls Dairy Month at Safeway Buy Now for Gaming. f ' sfiwsi‘” necessary!
ém'eet, Rich, Always Fresh . 59C C& H SUGAR ".-...-50 lbs. 4.79 fl ‘ I
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Fresh Rlch Ml'k 0" (It. 1 c KM" DINIERS ------------Pk9 13“ PARK” (0109 (mm lb 33:
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°‘,“°" ” ' AW” PORK 1110 BEANS. 21 in. 2/35; NUCOA MARGORINE .- lb. 30:
Cheddar Cheese ' 2 lb- 92¢ Lam's cantaneman DURKEE‘S Mllillllll lb 29c
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man Creamy Cottage Cheese, 1 lb. cup 23¢ “00”“ 50“" ----~---P“9' DURKEE’S (OIOR lzl ...-..1b. 32:
Cherub Canned Milk,'handy tall tins 3135¢ EM, ‘
' Carnation, Pet or Morning Milk, tall 3,’37¢ Kitchen Craft ‘ ~ .
Chatham Mild Cheddar Cheese ----._.-lb. 55¢ l: Lo u R ‘s‘ 97”“ o's” 35‘7”” (Mil/£3
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Strawberries - . - . cup 23c
Large, ripe, juicy. Can Now! Flat of 12 2.49
Bing Cherries . . . .lb. 18:
Juicy sweet; 15 lb. lugs for canning 2,49 ‘
Tender Lettuce . . . . lb. 7:
Tender firm heads, waste free trimmed!
Large Juicy Sunkist Lemons -..-----.-...1b 23¢
Large Sweet Valencia Oranges .---.---.lb 12¢
Florida White Sealess Grapefruit, lb. 12¢
Fancy Slender Slicing Cucumbers ----lb. 10¢
Firm, Red Ripe Tomatoes lb 17¢ .
Fresh Radishes, large bunch -..----...--3/10¢
Also Watermelons, Fresh Corn, Celery, Cabbage, New
Potatoes and other fresh fruits and vegetables! I
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and Hill l subject to market changes) ‘
Royal Neighbor g
Camp 10 M 99? "J
Royal Neighbor, Ideal Campfl;
will meet Friday evening, June;
10, at the Masonic Temple. There‘
will, be initiation and all mem-l
bers are urged to attend. Please
come in formal dress. . :
Unity Study Group meets every’
Thursday at 2:30 at the Epis-1
copal Parish Hall. Beulah Ivan}
Scott of Yakima is the teacher;
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Haworth families, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Gould and Judie, Mr. and’
Mrs. wm Gould. Mr. and nix-5.3
Jerre Gould and Mr. and Mrsu
Charles Marley, Jr. Miss Mary
Erickson of - Weston is spending!
a week with the Dowd family.
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been ill at her home, was taken
to the Pasco hospital for med-,
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!will sponsor an Ice Cream Social‘
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‘on Saturday afiernoan, June 11'
ffrom 5 o’ciock until 9. There’
’will be ice cream and home made“
makes, also strawberry sundacs,
[chocolate sundaes and sundacs
it.) your order. \-
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Fuel Oil Prices Cut .
By General Petroleum‘
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To meet communal-km
situations: General Petrdflfl!
Corporation announced reductions
in the price of light and heavv
fuel oil \‘Jedncsday, June I.‘
New price srhedules are fif
teen cents per barrel lower for
12:13: gangs“s of delivery, except
“‘3 . at! all oin A .
.West. what-e Genet-£1 13%
markets. Tank ‘u-‘uck price- 9"}
'_ten cents per Mel less.
i The producm reduced are «sv
ered by' Pa'ciflc Specifinaiivmr .93
to 400. The ro'mrtrmx .'.rr- magi“
act v 0 1". Hit :‘l43‘ ‘l‘ LY 42035,
June 1. .
Sliced Bacon .....ib. 43:
Swift’s Oriole lean, rindless bactn!
Smoked Picnics . . .lb. 42:
Swift’s Premium tender, hockiess picnics!
Skinned llams ....111. 51c
Syvift’s Oriole sugar cured, half or whole!
Tender Fryers .. . .lb. 69c
Pan ready, cleaned, out up, no waste!
Beef Pot Roasts .........lb 52c
Fresh Wieners ......-........1b 49c
Assigd. Lunch Meats, lb. 49c
Arm Pork Roast .....-....1b 45c
Piece Bacon w......m....1b. 49c

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