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WANTAIS
Wanted
WANTED TO BUY: All kinds of
antique glassware. furiture
and china. Mrs. Dorothy B. Han
son. Lieble road. West High-_
lands. Telephone 2740. K-8-t1
WANTED TO BUY: Beef and
dairy cattle of all kinds. also
horses. Contact Lande Brothers.
Rt. 1. Kennewick, phone 2186.
K-9-tfc
For Rent
FOR RENT: Latest model High
Speed Floor ‘ Sander. Also
Edger and Floor Polisher. Low
tates. Western Auto Supply.
K-11-22-tf
for Sale
FOR SALE: Used washing ma
chines, reasonably priced from
SIO.OO to $40.00. At Bunch Finni
gan. Inc., 211 Ave. C in Kenne
wick. - K-9-,16c
FOR SALE-Tomatoes and ap
ples at Frazier’s. South High
lands on Diesgranger road. Keno
newick, K-9-16-23p
Automotive Battery Repair Work.
Prices given before work ‘
performed
DON SKIRVING'S
ELECTRIC
1’: Block North of Bank
Kennewick, Washington
FOR SALE by owner, nice home
in Pasco, 4 rms., bath. full
bas’ement, well located close in.
$2,000 will handle. Phone Kenn.
1296 or Pasco 4684. (89-16).
FOR SALE—I new repossessed 3
horsepower garden tractor, new
guarantee, $225; two more lawn
mowers only $16.95: two garden
carts $8.75 each. Co-Op Service
Station, Wash. & Front St., Kenn.
K-9-16c
FOR SALE: Boston picking cu
cumbers and canning tomatoes.
Third house east of Northern
Pacific railroad bridge. Phone
1682, Henry Kramer. K-9-16-23p
FOR SALE: Red Delicious and
Golden Delicious apples. Turn
south on lane just before Bryson
Brown corner and drive right to
the orchard. Leonard AlliSOn,
Kenn. K-9:16-10:7p
_Folks whukeep huth‘feet on‘th’
ground don’t have so‘far tofall.
Dead or Fallen Anlmals Removed
Prampfly and Efficiently
American Praducl's Ca.
Phone: 6411 Pasco. 2161 Kennewick
‘ A Saving lo You—
-'A Service {a ‘l'he Cammunily
- “LET’S‘BUY
. A VISTA
‘ ECONOMY
.HOMF‘
Two an'd Three Bedroom Homes. ranging in price from
$6550 f 0 $7650. Plus 6. I. and F. H. A. Loan Cos+s.
Buil’r according *0 F. H. A. Approved Plans and Speci
ficofions
KENNEWICK 123 I
RATES—2c per word—minimum 50c.
Miscellaneous
TIME TO PLANT lawn" seed now
for spring lawn. We have all
kinds of seeds, fertilizers. and
peat moss. Co-Op Service Station,
Washingtonxz Front St., Kenne
wick. K-9-16-23c
NEED MONEY? Sell Christmas
Cards. Profit to 100% on $1
“Leader" Assortment, Personal
Greetings 50 for $1 up. New Plas
tics, many others. “Leader” on
approval. FREE Imprinted Sam
ples. Stylart, 1310 Santee. Dept.
49, Los Angeles 55. Calif. K-9-16p
Roy Goodman. pianist and ac
credited teather. often without
obligation authentic information
on pianos. ‘
121 Avenue “C" Phane 6968
Kennewick. K-23-tlc
Save Up to 50%
-on fuel this season-
CONVERT TO OIL WITH
BAILEY'S
Get a Demonstration at
MASTERCRAFT BURNER
Pasco. 419 W. Clark
Kennewick. 710 Columbia Ave.
K-60-tfc
FOR SALE: Several tracts of
land to be set out in fruit trees
and grapes. Nurseryman's Ex
change W. B. Saunders, Ph. 4524
River Road. K-13-tfc
Attractive rates as low as 4%
1125 N. 4th Ft. Ph. 3344
rasco K-15-tfc
MOKLER PLUMBING 8:
HEATING CO.
Pipe, Valves. and Fittings ‘
Iron» Fireman Coal Stoakers
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
115 lst Ave. Tel. 4tlll
. c
The U. S. Army’s 13-story Trip
ler General Hospital, tallest
building in Hawaii, is named in
honor of Brig. Gen. Charles Stu
art Tripler, Civil War surgeon.
G. L's
Only $75.00 Down
To cover par? of applica’rion charge
s46.7o.Monl’hly Paymenis
Toi’al Cos? $6550.
Plus GJ. and F.H.A. Finance Charges
FYFE & SPAULDING
PIANOS
BOY GOODMAN’S Tat-CITY
MUSIC STORE
LOANS
Automobile Loans
Furniture Loans
CALU'CééJ
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Ist and Everett. Rev. J. N.
Tinsley. Sunday school 9:45.
Preaching services 10:45. Young
people's service 6:30 p.m. Preach
ing at 7:30 p. m. Mid-week
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
lst and Washington. Stanley
Hunt, pastor. Sunday school 9:45
a.m. Services, 11:30 a.m. and
8:00 p.m. Mid-week Prayer and
Bible Hour, Wednesday 8:00 p.m.
EIRSTV LUTHERAN CHURCH
Second and Auburn, P. J. Lu
vaas, minister. Res. 604 Kenne
wick avenue. Sunday school 9:45
a.m., morning service 11 a.m.
Luther League meeting 7 p.m.
Confirmation classes Saturday
mornings. Junior choir Saturday
morning. Senior ‘choir Thursday
8 p.m.
ASSEMBLY 01'" GOD
102 Kennewick avenue. Rev. E.
James Cornwall. Sunday school
9:45. Services 11 a.m. and 7:45
p.m. Youth, Tuesdays 7:45 p.m.
grayer meeting 7:45 p.m. Thurs
ay. ‘ .
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
3rd and Benton. M. C. Kauth,
pastor. M. S. Pohl and Miss Leona
Huss, teachers. Divine worship
every Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday
school and adult Bible class at
10 a.m. Walther League every
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Adult mem
bership classes Mondays and
Thursdays 8 p.m. Choir rehearsal
every Thursday 8 p.m.
FIRST CHRISTIAN
3rd and Washington. Rev. E. C.
Hawkins. Sunday school 9:45 a.
m. Morning worship 10:20 a.m.
Evening worship 8 p.m.
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner Kennewick Ave. and
Dayton Street. Rev. A. C. Wisch
meier. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship at 10:55 a.m.
Youth fellowship, Jr. and Sr.
High school at 7:00 p.m.
Man Slashes
Pasco Woman
Mary Lawrence, 39, trailer 3,
728 South Beach street, Pasco,
suffered a knife cut on the face
and other injuries Saturday
night, the police reported.
Her assailant was unidentified
_and police said Miss Lawrence
could describe him only as a
“short, dark” man. Her injuries
were listed as possible broken
legs, a bruise on the temple and
a cut on the face. .
The ancient Romans enforced
conservation in the cutting .01
the cedars of Lebanon.
NQN=VETS -
Only 5600 +0 $775 Down
$43.00 Monfhly Payinenfs
Sales‘lnformafion af +he Vifsa No. 2 Model Home «31’
2210 W. 4’rh Ave. Kennewick. evenings and week-ends
Tor ai' :yfe and Spaulding's Downtown Office during
f e wee .
FIRST BAPTIST
MODEL HOME—KENNEWICK 3016
Value When?
Seed Treai'meni
ls Emohasfized
Treatment of seed wheat to
control smut may be better in
surance this year than for sev
eral years. County Extension
Agent Frank Webster said this
week.
1 In any year the cost of treat
ment in money and time is so
small and the returns are big
enough that it is good business.
he said. It costs less than 10
cents an acre to treat wheat
seed and returns for this chore
frequently amount to more than
$5 an acre.
But it appears that if this fall
turns out dry much of the state‘s
winter wheat may be planted in
the dust. If this happens. the
agent said, a considerable a
mount of fall smut can be ex~
pected in some fields even
though the seed is treated. But
the condition could be much
worse if the seed is not treated.
Treating seed kills the tall smut
spores on the seed b'ut it does
not kill those in the ground.
He said farmers normally pro
tect their seed against spores in
the ground by waiting about 10
days after a good soaking rain
before seeding. He said‘ the fall
rain causes the tall smut spores
in the ground to germinate and
if there is no wheat for the smut.
to attack, the smut will die with- 1
in the 10-day period. But if thel
wheat has to be planted before
fall rains can germinate the
smut in the, ground then the
spores will germinate right at
the time when the wheat seed is
available for them to tap.
The agent said a well-done
treatment job is very effective a
gainst tall smut on the seed. This
form of smut occurs generally
throughout the wheat growing
areas of Washington. The other
form of smut in the state is
dwarf smut, which can not be
controlled by treating wheat
seed. In places where it is a prob
lem it can be overcome only by
using smut-resistant varieties of
wheat sown in the fall or by
planting spring wheat. -
Webster said wheat seed can
be treated equally well by using
either a mercury compound, us
ually known as Ceresan, or a
copper compound. Ceresan comes
either as a dust or it can be ap
plied by a fairly new method
known as the slurry treatment.
Other materials used for treating
wheat are copper carbonate or
1 basic copper sulfate.
; He said the extension plant
pathologist at Washington State
.College, M. R. Harris, recom
mends using Ceresan at the rate
of one-half ounce per bushel or
either of the copper compounds
as dust at the rate of three ounc
es per bushel. Wheat treated with
copper can be planted at once. If
Ceresan is used the grain should
stand 24 hours before planting.
The agent reported that a new
bulletin givin‘g complete advice
on wheat smut,‘ entitled “Con
trolling Wheat Smut” has arriv
ed and is available at his office.
He said the bulletin was pre
pared jointly by plant patholog
ists and agronomists at Washing
ton and Oregon State Colleges
and the University of Idaho.
Black pearls are very valuable
because they are rare.
' BUILT BY
MODERN HOME
BUILDERS. INC. .
f 'AVAILABLE
' FOR ’
f IMMEDIATE
' OCCUPANCY.
Three New When-I‘s.
Face Milling Tesf'
WALLA WALLA—Three new
experimental srn ut - resistant
wheat varieties developed in the
Pacific Northwest will be given
commercial-scale ’ milling and
baking tests by an Island City
(Oregon) mill (Pioneer Flour
Mills Company), Sept. 15 and 16.
Two of the experimental
wheats were developed at Wash
ington State College, the other at
Oregon State College’s branch
experiment station at Pendleton.
The milling trials which will re
quire 150 bushels of each variety
are being sponsored by the Pa
cific Northwest Crop Improve
ment Association in cooperation
with the two state colleges and
the milling industry. _
Robert Fletcher. field secretary
of the associatiOn whose head
quarters are in the Denny build
ing here, explained that final
approval and release of the three
new varieties rests largely on
their quality factors in the mill
ing and baking performance. All‘
three varieties, he said. are white 1
winter wheats adapted to the Pa
louse areas of Washington, Ore-l
gon and Idaho. l
COMMON TYPES l
Two are common white types,
and the other is a white club,
so-called because of its short
compact head. The new wheats
all carry a considerable amount
of smut resistance for which they
were primarily developed.
The two WSC wheats were de
veloped by Drs. S. P. Swenson,
dean of the college of agricul
ture and former agronomy
head; and Orville A. Vogel. U. S.
Department of Agriculture agron
omist stationed at WSC. The
two wheats both have short
straw, are winter hards. and
have consistently outyielded
present varieties by 10 to 15 per
cent. The club type is a Hymar-
Elgin cross, and the other an
Oro-Turkey-Florence-Brevon se
lection. .
The Oregon wheat, an Alice]-
Oro cross, was developed by Fos
ter Martin, USDA agronomist
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PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS {\\x E %
FAST SERVICE , Q 53 >1
OPEN 5:30 a.m.—2 a.m. vuzfi‘ 8
SUSIENE'S RESTAURANT
412 West Lewis . PASCO
PROFESSIONAL AND SERVICE DIRECTORY
. PASCO AND KENNEWICK ~
ABSTRAC‘I’S
BENTON COUNTY
ABSTRACT 6 m: CO.
216 Kenn. Ave. Phone 6161
AMBULANCE SERVICE
MUELLER
”8385!. ROME
DAY OR NIGHT PHONE
2201 or 2401
314 First Avenue
ACCOUNTANTS
29 N. 3311185!
Licensed Public Accountant
Bookkeeping—lncome Tax
Richmond Bldg.
Phone 4401 - Kennewick
ATTORNEYS
HOW-TON. POWELL
and 6288
Office in Owen’s Bldg.
300 W. Kenn. Ave.
Phone 761
8063 B. EOBTON
A'I'I‘ORNEY-AT-LAW
303 Kennewick Avenue
Phone 8721 Kennewick
Futter, Merrick
and Memck
Attorneys At Law
112 So. 4th St.
Pasco. Wash“ Ph. Pasco 3371
808521. B. BIDENOUB
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
106 N. sth St.
Phone Pasco 4601
Telephone 5519
Edwin L. Dunnavan
Attorney At Law
Title 8: Trust Building
Pasco, Washington
stationed at the Pendleton re~
search unit. A soft ‘..hit9 wheat
with common type .head and
white chaff, it has the smut re
sistance of Oro, and the good
straw. The yield and test weight
are roughly comparable to Elgin.
The new wheat wilL be named.
“Uma” if it passes the milling
test and is distributed.
Fletcher said that all persons
directly interested in the out
come of the milling tests are in
vited to attend the trials and
an informal dinner the evening
of September 15 at the Sacaja~
wea Hotel in LaGrande. Oregon.
Strike Hits
Two Plants
Teamsters and warehousemen
struck Bur-Bee Co., plants in
Pasco and Walla Walla Monday.
Matt McCusker. organizer for
the Teamsters International Un
ion (AFLI, said management of
Bar-Bee had refused to negoti
ate with the union.
A; F. Pastel. firm president.
said he had consented to an
NLRB-conducted election among
his employes to determine if
they want to be represented by
the union.
_ He felt it unfair of the union
to picket his businesses before
the election.
McCusker said that eight
teamsters and four warehouse
men between Pasco and Walla
Walla were effected by the pick.
eting.
He said the pickets were post
ed after the firm started “firing”
Its employes who were union
members.
The U. S. Army’s Madlgan Gen
eral Hospital. Fort Lewis, Wash.,
affords hospital personnel out
ings at the ski lodge on nearby
Mount Rainier. ,
JAMES LEA“
ATIORNEY-AT~LAW
P. O. Box 673, Pasco. Wn.
Office 3632 Home 4082
xgn z. semen
.A'I'I‘ORNEY-AT-LAW
16 Kennewick Ave. East
Columbia Bldg.
Office 2971 . Res. 2957
‘ JAY ROBINSON
and
HARRY ROIER‘I'S
Licensed Wash. and Ore.
Assoc. Member American
Institute of Architects
Ph. 6672, Pasco, 115 So. sth
TWIN CITY AIRPORT
All Kinds Flying Instruction
Seaplane Instruction
Charter Service
Gasoline and Repairs
On Nob Hill Phone 5531
GRAVES
AUTO SERVICE
Guaranteed Service
on All Cars & Trucks
15 N. Auburn Phone 1001
' I|“an
- BEAUTY SHOP
107 Avenue C
Kennewick Phone 4906
DODD’S CAFE
Specializing In
Home-Cooked Food
Hours 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
205 West Lewis St., Pasco
Pasco
DR. P. W. BECKER
SURGICAL CHIROPODY
FOOT ORTHOPEDICS
Evenings by Appointments
Closed Mondays
112 S. 4th St. PASCO
Phone 6642
ATTORNEYS
Phones:
ARCHITECTS
All! SERVICE
AUTOMOTIVE
BEAUTY SHOPS
Evening Work By
Appointment Only
CAFES
CHIROPODIST
Riverview Park,
Playground
Fund Drive On
More than S2OO has been sub
scribed to buy grass seed and a
sprinkling system for the com
munity park and playground in
the Riverview district. it was re
ported Wednesday night. Goal is
SI,OOO.
The finance committee of the
Columbia Valley Grange. spon
sors of the project, was told that
dgadline for the drive is Sept.
1 .
George Rose]. who has ac
counted for more than SIOO of
the subscriptions, was leading
the campaigners.
Committee Chairman Riley
Clark said Pasco merchants and
townspeople had been very co
operative in the drive and had
contributed a large part of the
fund.
Development of the park and
playground, which will be open
for the general public, was start
ed last spring. All work is being
done by grangers.
Other members of the commit
tee are Leltle Berglund, Don
Cresswell, Mrs. Robert Burns,
Mrs. Joe Eckery. Kosel. Ray
Sperry, George Potter. J. W. Fan
ning, M. D.,Ayres and Mrs. An
drew Pattison.
The Letterman General Hospit
al, San Francisco, Calif.. recently
completed 50 years of service to
Army and Air Force personnel.
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WASHATERIA
HELP YOURSELF LAUNDRY
COLUMBIA WASHER“
HOURS: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
(Across from S a: J Motor)
Phone 1941
SPIC ’N’ SPAN
4432
PASCO
.CLEANERS
COLD STORAGE LOCKERS‘
swam NEAT MARKET
Lockers for Rent
Retail Wholesale
Phone 4181 202 W. Lewis
’ Pasco
LAND SURVEYING
lOUIS A. NEFF
CIVIL ENGINEER
Re . Land Surve
1827 W. fioxfikins P 113533, Wu.
P one 4302
FARM SERVICE
8. s. JOHNSTON ‘
GRAIN DEALER
Tglephone 3324 Pasco
505 West Lewis Pasco
GARBAGE
Pasco Garbage Semce
Phone 4452
Rubbish, Dirt Removed from
yards and buildings on short
notice
1513 8. Gray Pasco
LUMBER
Madlson Lumber & Mll]
BUILDING MATERIALS
com. 8: woon
PRES-TO-LOGS
LIME - PLASTER . CEMENT
WE DELIVER
Dial 5371
MOVING STORAGE
BICHLAND TRANSFER
Local and Statewide Moving
Fireproof Storage
Agent North American
Van Lines
Phone 942 11 E. Kenn. Ave.
!Sepf. 16. 1949
Finley News
Brevifies
FINLEY, Sept. 16 Last regular
meeting of Finley Grange it was
nounced the U & I Canning con
iliary will hold a Food Sale at
the Grigg's store at 10 o'clock
Sept. 24.
Booster night will be held the
first meeting in October and will
be an open meeting.
Home Economics chairman an
nounced the U & I canning con
test at Locust Grove Oct. 8 at the
regular Pomona meeting.
Mrs. George Taylor is in at her
home.
Far 0 o o
Ready-Mix Concrete
Roll Roofing
Anti-Hydro
Waterproofing
CENTRAL SAND
& GRAVEL CO.
«I: & aux-worth Pasco
Phone Pasco 5525
OPTOMETRIS‘I‘
DR. CLARK DURHAM
‘ OPDOMEI'RIST
Eyes Examined
Lenses Duplicated
9 80. Dayton Kennéwick
Phone 6241
RADIO SERVICE
m HOUSE OF SERVICE
E_xceptional Radio Repair on
. Home and Auto Radios
Authorlnd RCA-Victor Dealer
Phone 6251 119 First Ave.
REAL ESTATE
C. A. CRAWFORD
Kennewick Phone 701
Licensed Real Estate
Broker
108 First Ave. Eat
REFRIGERATION SERVICE
‘ mum:
manna:
320 Ave. C East
Phone 2996
SEWING MACHINES
New Pat-bloc
$9450 and up
RENTALS REPAIRS
ALL MAKES
KELLER'S
Phone: Kenn. 505-X
5505 Col. Ave. Kennewick
SOFT WATER SERVICE
MGM
SOFT WATER SERVICE
No equipment to buy
No maintenance
6905 Col. Ave. Kennewick, Wn.
Phone Kenn 8942 or
Richland 1749 K
TITLE INSURANCE
WASHINGTON TITLE
INSURANCE CO.
216 Kenn. Ave. Phone 6161
WELL DRILLING
Earl A. Smith. Ph. 4983 Pasco
Floyd A. Haden, Ph. 4904,
Pasco
sum 5 HADEN
ammo. CO.
Water Wells and Test Holes
Free Estimates
We Go Anywhere
Rt. 1, Pasco. Wash.
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