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Final Casting Madé
For Biblical Play Final castings for “The Light Itemal,” Biblical drama to be presented Wednesday and Thurs day at 8:13 p. m. in the Kenne. wick high school auditorium. have been made, it was an nqqpced Monday. _ Wendell Brown. Pasco, will play the grandfather .of today who introduces his two grand children, played by Robin Rus sell and Carole Curtis, to the wealth of colorful, entrancing narrative which the Bible con tains. Edward Hawkins has been chosen to play the role for Jo seph. Supporting him in scenes filled with suspense and dra matic action are the brethren, who sell the favorite brother, Joseph, into slavery into Egypt. The story portrayed in “The Light Eternal" by these charac ters is well known to everyone but it is done with intense dra matic action and beautiful cos tuging. _ _ __ There are a number of well known local people supporting Hawkins in this particular scene. Wendell Reymore has the role of the elder brother, Reuben, who was favorable to Joseph and tried to save him from being sol_d ingoslayeryr _ ‘ _ The Rev. Grant Cole has the role of the grasping Judah, whose artful and scheming ways led the brothers to actually sell Joseph into slavery. Judah's be havior was his own undoing. The part of Simeon will be done by Bob Spurgeon, and Levi will be portrayed by Gordon Hille, while the part of the young brother Benjamin will be portrayed by Dean Allstrom. 7 .7 These men are playing the . Bring Your Shoe Troubles . To Us PASCO SHOE CLINIC 3231/. van-mum _ F" O O O ' 3. Indy-Ml: generate athVHYd" .. Mum-fume ~ cam £3A‘no I: GRAVEI. CO. «ll—G W ' Pasco ‘ ' than. Pace 5525 This gasoline buggy, now safely tucked away in dusty photograph albums, was quite a car in its day. It buzzed along at 20 miles an hour, had a iaunty, rakish air. and the people who could afford to buy one thought it was perfectly wonderful. In fact, it was so good it might still be the car you drive but for one reason. Com petition. Healthy competition among hath automative and oil companies that resulted in constantly better, lower-cost automobiles and steadily improved'oils and gasolines. For one example: Here at Standard of California, we’ve pioneered literally thou sands of improvements in gasolines, motor oils and other petroleum products since .the days of the horseless carriage. Those you use in your car today are un surpassed anywhere. The world’s ﬁt“ Why this isn’t your 1950 model car parts of the old patriarchs' who lived over 4,000 years ago. They will be dressed in the costumes of the times, with long, flowing gowns, turbans, sashes. “The Light Eternal” is interesting, in tensely entertaining and very dramatic. Also, it carries a time ly message and a lesson of spir itual value. It enables the peo ple to see just exactly .how they lived in the olden days, and how they dressed because the cos- Sxming is authentic and effec ve. . ROLE OF PHABAOH Andy 'Anderson, Kennewick, plays the part of this Pharaoh, who was so well pleased with Joseph’s interpretation of his dreams that he made Joseph governor of all Egypt. Support ing roles are played by Floyd Gabriel as the Chief Steward, Don Pintler and Donnie Dickin son as guards, Elaine Greger and Norma Jean Greger as court g r s. , This production is staged 'un der the auspices of the Kenne wick Christian church for the Kerinewick Hospital drive._ “_ _ Ticket committee: E, H. Laird, chairman; Wendell Shelton and Wendell Reymore. Tickets may be obtained at the following stores: Neuman’s Grocery store; Crest Department store, Wash ington Hardware and Furniture, A 8: A store, Ballaine’s Applian ces, Inc., Clyde Groceries and Richland Jewelry. . area churches are invited ‘to area churches are invitted to sing for the two nights of the play by attending rehearsals Monday at 7 pm. at the Chris tian church in Kennewick or Tuesday at 7:30 at the high school auditorium. For further information call Kennewick 5451. Quorum lacking For Council Meet “Say in your story that the ma: )r was there. but the council wasn’t," joked Mayor John Bect Tuesday night when the Pasc’ council meeting lacked a quor um. Only Beck and councilman Ted Qverlie presented themselv es at the meeting place. He referred to the meeting last .week when the budget finally was voted. The mayor was the gmly one absent from the meet ng’ QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arlelnglrem STOMACH ULCERS we to EXCESS ACID FueßookTeﬂsefﬂomTral-om lint Help or It Mil Cost You" Neill: Over three mullon bottles of the WW Mums! have been sold for tenet of symptoms otdistresaarleing from Stomach and Duodenal Illcm due to Excess Acid zmlolgugen. Sem- or I!“ tions:. mgr?“ Adi; Sold on 'ls; Sign; Had”? expldm'thh ”ﬁtment—ms CRESCENT DRUG CO. I VISGER onus Councilmen Finally 01l Budgel ~ By BILL TBEQUFTTE _ ‘ PasEJ’s “BEE; _of 'tﬁef _bfuldgét” ended Thursday night. The wa ter-comes-first-ers won. 7 7 __ Two funds totaling $142,116.98 Were earmaked to start construc tion of a “loop” system for the water main network. A The budget totaled $850.- 198.92, some $37,000 less than that of the preliminary budget proposed by Mayor John Beck, who was absent at this sixth— and‘ last—session. Beck, at other sessions had loudly opposed pro posals to slash his budget. He had contended that construction of a “loop” system n;..' would be 10 years ahead of the need. HICKS WIELDS GAVEL _ _ Councilman Ray Hicks presid ed as mayor pro tern in Beck’s absence. Generally the final meeting was tranquil. Other ses sions were marked by lengthy arguments, frayed tempers and a general lack of harmony. But Thursday night things were different. 7, _ _ Several of the councilmen had. met in “rump” session that aft ernoon and had settled many of their differences. With a few exceptions, the agreements .of the afternoon were honored. However; none of the changes effected the Parks, Recreation and Pool budget. This had been chopped to $33,385 in earlier ses sions. That's where it was left despite the protests by a score or more persons under the lead ership of Ed Hendler, Park board chairman. ﬁfﬁﬁ‘ﬁhu rno'ras'r H A After the budget had its third, and final, reading, but before its final adoption. the spokesmen for tsthis group offered final pro tes ~ . Boyd Jennings, Central Labor council (AFL) president, declar ed that the council’s action slashing the recreation budget about SSOOO would cause the city’s “young people to suffer immeasurably.” He also asserted it would encourage an increase of juvenile delinquency. Jennings, member of the park advisory board, argued that it didn't “make sense” to expect an operation in 1950, when park areas have increased “about 100 per cent and the need for rec reation about the same," with $7,000 less than the $40,000 for the current year. , was .3991: um" _ . '- - Arch Miner of the Central La bor council, also a member of the Park Advisory committee, said the “loop” system was- a “good deal” but “we feel money to build it should be raised some other way." He said the $40,000 budget this year was “barely adequate" so with a reduced budget the—program must suffer. Then Councilman. A. T. Hos tetter moved the . budget .be adopted. Only Councilman Ted Overlie voted “no,” which brought applause from the au dience. However, before the vote, Conn-1 cilman C. S. Churchmanrwhojnu‘ in 1907 service station built by 51:22! compa has grown, inch!ding me than a quarter nies. to a network °f more the country of a million stations mot: competition. This progress, SP“; cc the war, we’ve . will not stOP' Just 50 000,000 in Plan“ 5 ent 111°" than 84 ,ou batten . 31d facilities to ”"e y STANDARD on COMPANy I 'l, or CALIFORNIA - ' "if um dnlnumm 5,", O _\ If .Finley Briefs | - "---, .__.e - FINLEY, Oct. 20—The W.S.C.S. of the Finley Methodist church held its October meeting Wed nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arvil Gilmore. Mrs. B. L. Slocumb, president, presided. The ‘_devotionals were by Mrs. Harvey Kerr. and Mrs. Merton Cochran. The early history of foreign mis sions was presented by Mrs. Frank Montague. Two new mem :bers were admitted: Mrs. Tom *Wolterand Mrs. Elgin McLean. .It was voted to hold a bazaar, cooked.food and rummage sale. October 22, in Kennewick. The place to be announced later. Re freshments were served by Mrs. Winfield Gilmore. Mrs. Jake t Adams and Mrs. Arvil Gilmore. E The November meeting will be [with Mrs. B. L. Slocumb. Mrs. Madge Buchanan arriv ed Thursday by plane from Seat tle to visit her daughter. Mrs. Merton Cochran. Mrs. Cochran’s husband is a patient in the Vet erghs’ hos_pi§gl at_ancouver. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Gardner left Monday morning to spend several weeks visiting her two brothers, Bill and James Dean, at Pocatelﬁlo,Vldaho. 7 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Warden of Touchet were Sunday dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Plant. Gordon Hughes left Monday for Pquleton where he is em plgzgc} y_an _aut_o-s_uley storel Wilbur Brock had charge of the church services Sunday morning at the Finley Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carter of Chapel, Nebraska, spent the weekend visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Slocomb. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Day of Ken newick visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Morton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Beathe spent the weekend with her sis ter, Mrs. Artie Wood at Merri wood in the Blue mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Plant stayed at the ranch while they were away. Mrs. Frank Voland, who has been ill with the flu is reported to be some what better. Bob Perkins returned home the first of the week from Wheeler, where he had been receiving medical treatment. No Pasture Anyone now using or wishing to use government-owned pas ture land adjacent to Richland must apply for a permit through the Community Activities Divi sion, according to a new pro» cedure announced by C. F. Barnes, superintendent of the division. No land within the limits of Richland is available for pasture. Graveside Kites Graveside funeral services for Linda Catherine Norris, infant daughter or Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Norris who passed away Oct. ‘16,- will be held at Riverview Heights Tuesday morning at 11. earlier sessions had resisted the proposal to cut all departments to .“rock bottom” and use the “savings” to build a “loop" sys tem, spoke. His contention had been that to use the money for such purpose would “circumvent the intent of the"law.” r: He now said he believed “this ‘is the best budget we can agree on. He said' it represented a “lot of compromises” and he was con vlnced it “we start more changes now it might be another two or three weeks before we could settle it." 77 _ ﬂ THEN CAME VOTE , He said “we are away past the time it should have been adopted.” ~ Then came the vgte. _¥ _ Handler got the ﬂoor. He do clared the council must take the full responsibility for its actions. The board will “carry on the best we can” but “it’s impossible to continue (on the same basis) Mtg less money; ; W‘i‘he responsibility is on your shoulders and I feel the people should know it?“ _ _ _ Hicks replied. He appreciated the Park board’s problem, he said, but “some things must come first." Most important is water. He said he had no objec tions to “accepting my full share of responsibility for the budget" and he believed the other coun climen would accept their’s. REPEATS QBIEC'I'iONS_ _ Hendler then repeated that his objections were not to what was done but the way it was done. Hicks replied that it seemed bet "ter to save the city “up to $200,- 000 or $300,000 in interest” by Iffinatincing the project with city un s. One of the “loop" funds was put in the airport department and labeled “water improvement for fire protection and loan to water department." It totaled $73,506.98 of which $62,816.98 was transferred from general gov ernment funds. The other. which totaled $68,610, was under the water department. It was called a “new loop extension” fund. Councilman Lee Bonnett, who with A. T. Hostette: led the “loop” fight, said the $142,116.98 mtal of the two funds would be enough to lay .a 20-inch main from the filtratlon plant to the storage tank on the west Sldé.‘ MINOR CHANGES Other minor changes last night included the addition of $6,000 to the street department budget for road building equipment. This brought the department’s budget to $65,155. The mayor had allowed $67,982.40. . The salaries of the street de partment superintendent and the fire chief were raised to $4380. A thousand dollars was allowed to buy a new police car wnth the understanding that the ﬁre department Would get one of the present police cars. _ Final totals included: General government. $36,535: city engineer’s department, $16.. 230; city clerk, $12,580; registra tion and election, $3,825; City treasurer. $2.840; city attorney. $3.280; police, ssß,47s;‘cemetery. $9,550; tire, $36,314; library, $12.- 000; building and alteration. $70,689.26; airport. $123,816.98; water, $220,356.70. 4 Mrs. Gefchell Is President Of Pasco Proiect Homemakers Mrs. Scotty Getchell was elect ed president or the Pasco Pro ject Homemakers' club at their meeting held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Gerald Hawley. Mrs. Clarence Shaw was elect ed vice president; Mrs. Anker Larsen, secretary and Mrs. Glen L. Eppich, treasurer, Mrs. E. C. Mosebar was elected publicity chairman, a new office for the group. ' ' During the business meeting, Mrs. George Fisher of Pasco spoke on the Blue Bird organiza tion in the hopes. that an organi Yakiman Buys, Pasco Building Sale of the Bi-County Equip ment Co. building! in Pasco to J. P. Tonkoﬂ'. Yakima attorney, was announced Monday by Mc- Kneely Real Estate ’ot~ Pasco, which handled the deal, _ _ The property was owned by Art Bezold, Pasco, and H. W. Barkaloo, Prosser. The consider ation was not given. The present building was con structed in 1922. Of late years it had housed the BioCounty Equipment Co., which recently was purchased by Frank“‘ ‘J; Smith and his son Ralph; ._____.___.________.___ .. . . r— ‘ . . -- - ’ll/ﬂ’l ~ .’ , ' "l/ . ,_ ‘ . _M/(_ ,- m ' .... * _;,_-;::' :I: . A ' : .__ W . s . P. . . ’y/ _ ' ‘s’ ‘ w 'A- ..-w L 4 ~ -- . ' - - _ J ‘ ‘ - -_ ~_ . a 5.3: V v. mun. .- . ‘ ‘ ‘- -- ’ Oﬁov .... 1 I ‘ /-—‘ .0 ”L‘ - + I v —«. . —.- . "' - ,2. ‘ y '1 »' - ‘ G‘s. _ -__ ‘.?____-_—-—=:——-. ._‘ _’ V ‘ Q.;:C .- , - Mar ‘5 . ~77 . L - . ‘ . ~ ~ V / . m: ‘ J. -' 1 ,_ --.r"<” ‘ . "...: . ~ r .-. - a ’4- K i 7, y < -am , : . @829» 4%; m 1;, . , ' 6 all a 00:! no ‘’'’o “9 ’ .z‘:*_,__-~.' h f a... "" ' 0 EOJ'2”o’?.'*”'l'l:. *4 ‘wm ' " HENRY SEZ"-'- Come on down and corral these big Del Monte Values 1 big days Oct. 21-26 . - -2 v :1 z for 69 on noun Fﬂll‘l‘ “ﬂail”; a: 2 tor 39: ":.\'\\\ S'iCed~ Dills . z '55 55¢ ‘ @ 409 d. or Kosher . v ‘ # , Yellow 0n... _ 2v ﬁ 25 . 2 IS 3 ‘Rulrcocmm Peaches 303 th: 2for3sc‘ ~v -—-l'lo|vos or Slim ﬂ ° ' indies Dfl- MONTE RCISIIIS ‘IS oz. carton 17c /" “ﬁn-_— ’ «is Tomato Juloe "“2 ""1 ’°' ’s‘ _. «3 , ~ 46 .> 5C“£5 . . Prune Juice 2 mm 49: ~ on. “out! TomotoSouce . 3 :..- 1, c - BUY IN QUANTITY AND ,SAVE . AlufyCcßllp—Douﬂouhrﬂab ,- CATSUP = “z": :2: @ Early Garden—3o3 tins ‘ hr 71‘ PEAS gnu-$13.0; ”95;; :.....sm. ~~ A com . 23:2: _ m min- ’é’fl'EED _BEETS 220.127.116.11: ‘ .. §£EKS “SEWER“! Och 2|. 1949 zation might be started in the project. Other guests for the evening included Mrs. Fisher’s mother, Mrs. Harry V. Custer, of Pasco and Mrs. Frank Mosebar at Arlington, Calif., mother of E. C. Mosebar. Hallowe’en was the theme of the party favors with a huge pumpkin centering the table with orange and black ribbon streamers prettily trimming the table. Mrs; 0. C. Gillum won the draw prize by having the lucky nurhber on a black ribbon streamer. The prize was cleverly concealed behind the centerpiece: Pumpkin 'pie and whipped cream, cider and coffee were served- to 28 members and 3 guests. Hostesses for the even ing were Mrs. Vance Strebe, Mrs. Arthur Thurman and Mrs. John Turner. A , Hostesses for the Nov. 10 meet ing will be Mrs. Ray Burden. Mrs. Roy Carter and Mrs. Al Ca son. entertaining in the Strebe home. I ROYAL CAB DIAL 3328 Remember ﬂue v Number Pre-School Unit Members Hear Of Lakeiand Village “At Lakeland Village a regu lar routine of school work is followed," stated F. L. Mason, superintendent of Lakeland Vil lage at Medical Lake, speaking before members of the Pre- School Unit of Pasco PTA at a meeting held Tuesday evening, to which we add special work in drama for gifted dramatic slu~ dents and a well balanced course of music for musical children.” Mr. Mason added that the Boy Scout movement is organized at. the Village and Boy Scout troops organized and functioning. He told of the organized program of athletics at the school where teams of football or basketball meet teams from other . high schools in_ healthy competition. Classes in handcraft are pop ular at Lakeland Village accord ing to Mr. Mason as well as classes in many phases of in dustrial arts. He told his listem ers that it Is amazing to see the fine degree of workmanship that can be achieved by the students In these classes. Mr. Mason said that children from the school may be placed in homes on what he termed “experimental leaves.” He ex- Will Streamline Tax Collections Plans for streamlining the collection of income tax with holding and social security tax were announced this week by Collector of Internal Revenue Clark Squire. Regulations will be issued late this month covering the new procedure, which will be effective Jan. 1, 1950. The plan includes a new com. bined Form 941, which will re place Form W-1, income tax withholding, and Form SS-la, Social Security tax withholding. presently in use. This consoli dation cuts in half the number of such returns that used to be ﬁled by employers with the Col lector's office. It also permits employers to pay both taxes with one check, if desired. According to information re ceived by Collector Clark Squire from Commissioner George J. Schoeneman, the proposed chan ges are expected to save the Treasury department well over $1,000,000 per year in interest costs. and substantial savings ‘in clerical costs for the department and employers generally. Wes’ririahouse Sales and. Service ELECTRICAL , CONTRACTING HOME APPLIANCE CO. 322 Kennewick Ave‘. E-B’Ic“; BUYS I IN PRODUCE VIM?" ."w" lb. 10c flsliﬁﬁcg“ 1011 a. mesh ba94sc “imitates 9kg.l9c ’Kﬁ‘ﬁﬁﬁﬁk 's‘“an _~ BEANS ".253: "‘ W @ CORN .2“. ‘33: GSE‘E‘EQ‘ZSRN Fr——_"——-' ~ TOMATOES um: V F» lained that when it is If” that a good home is being; feted a child in the school, a“ that home is visited and u family is interviewed in on! that the teachers in the scho may know what sort of a hog" that child will he expected tot into. Then the child is actual helped and trained toward b ing ready to fit the home. Mrs. William Caffney, pr. gram chairman and vice pres dent, introduced the speak. and Mrs. Marvin Perry. pres. dent, _Presjded oyer the meetin C. 1:;. Sanstadt. representir the American Legion. appear; before the meeting in behalf . the Children’s Benevolent Leagr asking the members present ‘ contribute used toys for the to gotten child’s Christmas. Mrs. Carl Frederickson was a; pointed as chairman to won with a group to supply use baby clothes for welfare. Mrs. A. M. Putra presided on the refreshment table which w; decorated in the Hallowe’en rm tit. Also serving on the has? committee were Mrs. Cha - Brinkerhoft. Mrs. Rex Phillip Mrs. Ira Collins, Mrs. Ray Pfiste Mrs. Putra and Mrs. Gaffney. It was announced that men bers of the Pasco Pre-School Ux it were invited to be guests : the Thursday evening meetin of the Kennewick Pre-School Ur it. Oct. 20. ‘ ‘ VISUAL ANALYSIS. » CONTACT LENSES. LABORATORY SERVICE His. 9 to 5 daily except Sunday Wed. till 12:30 pm. Evening by appointment only DR. S. S. SELBY ‘ OPTOMETRIST 3|! Kenn. Ave. Phone 47§1 Kennewick. Wash. New Hearing Device Has No Receiver -__- _- __ 9"!” ."' E! 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