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FEBRUARY 8, 1945 HERALD-REPORTER, BREWflTER, WASHINGTON Illl'" I I II III I i PAGE 5 St James EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. GORDON LIND Vicar Services at 8 o'clock each Su- day evening. Non-magnetic metal is used by the Army in the manufacture of steel helmets in order to avoid de- flection of the indicator needle when using compasses We can all find something to . * ' . boast about -- with some it is a" chronic ailment. '. !::ii::ii:i!::!i:i:i;::::.::::?::? .iii:?: :.i::ii::::iiii!:::;[iii::i::::::::iiii::::ii!:: !::. ::!i.. .i  ..... .:;ii.. ::ii::i!!::!::!i::!::ilii:. -):::: II I I COLOR BLEND SHINGLES ARE NOW AVAILABLE We will be glad to show you samples and submit estimates GAMBLE LUMBER CO. BREWSTER, WASH. SPRING DELIVERY I "' the State Department of Labor BREWSTER : ...i POLITICAL .o. Industry had io#ed ihto(key. NEW were firmly entrenched. S NOTES: P0T B0iLING '='t'= =" "w Mrs. Win. Stranne amtNo.rman were Spokane visitors this weeki.- Mr. and *M;s. *Luther Morlq made a tri9 to Okanogan Tuesday. Mrs. W. D. Owings will enter- tain the DCTU on Thursday af- ternoon. Mr. and hr; Vm. Pulsipher and M. M. Munson mad'e a busi- ness trip o Okanogan today. Wm. Underwood, John Gebbers and .Mrs. Cora Gamble made a trip to Okanogan today. Mr. and rs. R. A. Downing re- cently returned after spending several days at Oliver. B.C. Ernest Hadl;y returned from Wenatche the first of the week after spending several days visit- ing there. J. M. Lw;ess returned last wetk end from a trip to coastal cities which took him as far as Mexico City. Miss Rut; W*am;le; of Spokane will speak tonight at the Episcopal Church in Brewster. All members and friends are urged to be pres- Mr. and Ir: Iilli*an Seekamp and daughter left Tuesday for a vacation to the coast for several days. Mrs. Hattie Schirmer arrived Wdnesday from Alaska and is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Harry Holt, $ . a $ Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sonstelie and Miss Mary McNulty were business visitors in Wenatche last Saturday. An ear-to-ear grin of approval is the ready re. sponse when friends suggest a refreshing glass of Martin's. After a good day's work . . THAT'S when smo-o-oth brewed Martin's comes in mighty good. The zestful, mellow flavor is a result of. masterly brewing of quality ingredients. Better Buy War Bonds --and HOLD 'Em! Made for Your Enjoyment by the . . . 7 ,.,, Observer Gives Review  Of Activities- At Capitol By JIMMIE K. BROWNE OLYMPIA, Feb. 6- As the egislature enters upon its fifth week of a 60,-day session, it finds the organization squeaking badly and Governor Mon C. Wallgren feelin likeBrother Cawford's" wife, "most unhappy-." Gove .r:nqr Wallgren needs plen- ty of moral support these days from the more conservative types. He is somewhat in. the position of a rattling good newspaper report-- er working on assignments for years, but-without desk or execu- tive xperience, suddenly elevat- ed to the. managing editor's job. The governor's training has been all legislative so ar. There is a vast differ.enqe btween legisla- tive work and that of a chief ex- ecutive of a-state. He .is finding this out and also discovering in- cidentally that things on the in- side are vastly defferent when viewed from that angle, than they are from the :outside looking in.. Jerry O'Comaell Just when things were getting somewhat-ironed out, and it look- ed like the roughest spots had been smoothed sway, there came the blast over Jerry O',Connell, former PAC-CIO regional direct- or and now executive secretary of the Democratic State Central Committee. O'Connell, a former Montana congressman and a very keen, shrewd politician : who cau- not by any stretch of the imagina- tion be labeled a labor uni)n leatl, er, "did a great job in th e @rgahi, zation of the Democrats through the PAC and is resporisible to a large extent for the Democratic success in the Pacific Northwest. Jerry knows politics, H didn't hesitate a second to move in here and landed solidly on both feet. He is still here but is also ont of the causes of unhappiness around the executive office.-?..When .the Democrats, the old--lini iy fol- lowers, the old con-servae.ted- ers of organized lab-, a the guild craftsmen awaketWhat was going-on,- they .cliseoverd that the CIO and-the PAG has taken over lock, s{ock and: barrel, . Mrs. Marion Br0wn_.rned a few days ago, from file Coast where she visited relati,s-:for sev: eral weeks. " Grangers.,*r *,., 3nindi Lhe* , ..... .... potluck supper to precede " the regular m{t*/t" tll-0n'-. Thursday, Fb.rary.8. [ . .| -'  "i 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. D..-" Crl!l moved to heir-" Brew$er 'I after they sold: 'tlei: home :ad{ orchard on Brewster,'to,F1 gene Barns. Mrs. Nettie Wqaitinger and Ray Whitinger, accompanied.- by Mrs, Win. Stranne and son Norman, and Mrs. Meta Ski}eS-Fit' Spa: kane TUesday on business. $ Mr. and Mrs. M. S..TodJd return- ed lest vceek end after" spendiiag -a month visiting friends at Akron, Cleveland and Chicago., Th e trip was for both business and pleas- ure. , $ $ S $ Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson and Miss Nona Fox left Monday for Seattle on business. Mr. Wil- son will drive back one of his trucks which has been under re- construction. Mrs. Fox will visit a str at Entiat until her daugh- ter returns. "',- " |r , | |,r, SMALL ADS t ru mlwr msm#h, UlqR I 8UI IN, $maTm. CASH Wrnm m ,. FOR SALE: Baled hay, immed- iate deliveryvhome :661,' Wire throp, or write)Keih. $olson;: : 5"tpFeb15 C. & S. Wholesale Meats of Pa- teros wants beef, pork asd poul- try. Phone 582, Pateros. 4tp22 FOR SALE: Good Range Cook Stove. H. A. Jetton, Brewster. 4tc MAN OR WOMAN WANTED for Rawleigh Route. Real oppor- tunity. We help you get started. Write Rawleigh's. Dept. WHB-21- 0, Oakland Calif. ttp FOR SALE: One 7 HP mo- tor and .3 inch DeLaal Pump, complete with suction grid dis- charge pipes and vaIves. Karl Clendennin, Brewster. tfc LOST: Schaeffer pen, green and black with wide gold band. Reward when returned'to Marie Starzman. Brewster. tfc HOGGED FUEL (sawdust) for sale. lc per subic:foot.  Twisp- Wagner Lumber Co,, Tw, or phone 348J, 2tl Then, to add addRional fuel to the already rather hectic condi- tion, Jerry had used his ken or- ganization ability in another way, that of combining all labor lob- bies as far as possible under a joint labor lobby here, with the CIO predominant. He drew in the Railroad Brotherhoods, the CIO and a few scattered A.F. of L. or- ganizations, including the Team- sters' union. The State Federa- .tion of Labor, as such, remained aloof .and is maintaining that po- sition. Labors Power This was 'not so bad, but when the boys, rather gloating over their success and power, issued a circularaddressed to the govern- or, lieutenant-governor and all members of the legislature, frank- ly informing them that the joint labor council was in the saddle and all bills affecting labor had to be OK'd by it befor getting any suppprt, the lid started crack- ing. They boasted of having quar- ters in the State House and an as- sistant attorney general, to do their work. Tht letter gloated over the fact that they had 49 lobbyists on the job; that they had named the complete personnel of all commit- tees on labor, industrial insurance and social security in both Hous- es; had named 10 out of 15 chair- manshlps in the House and placed two out of three recommenations on the all powerful rules commit tee, and that in the Snate all recommendations had been accept- ed. This was a splash. It" sounded too much like a roaring, breast- thumping gladiator, and the legis- lators started to become uneasy. They still are. As a final bunch of woe, the governor dropped his long looked for liquor by the drink bill into the House and the fireworks be- gan. It is a new act, providing for licensing clubs, hotels and res- taurants at $1,000 a year, inside corporate limits of municipalities, to serve liquor by the drink, but requires that the voters of cities where applications are made must vote at a special election upon the -queStion of whether or not the licenses shall be issued. There it stands today No one is at all happy over it. Cmtralizatiot Is Growing The labor group is also going have to tangle with the countfes and citits. These are being arous- eel to the fact that the present trend is to strip all control over their own affairs through legisla- (Continued On Page 4) - i " , , , Sacred Heart CATHOLIC CHURCH" BREWSTER Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer Pastor SCHEDULE OF MASSES 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 2nd Sunday of Month ..8:0,0 A.M. '3rd. Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 5th Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. ' FULL GOSPEL " MISSION W. M. BURNSIDE pastor SUNDAY SERVIC=S Sunday School at 10 A.M. Morning Worship'at 11 A.M. Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:80 P.M... CARIBOU THEATRE Brewster, Washington LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY FEB, 8 DICK POWELL AND LUCILLE BALL IN MEET THE PEOPLE PLUS THE 'ATURE I JANE WYMAN AND JEROME COWAN IN CRIME BY NIGHT Plus Short Subject FRI.,- SAT. FEB. 9-10 PHIL BAKER AND PHIL SILVERS IN TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT PLUS THE FEATURE BENEATH WESTERN SKIES WITH BOB LIVINGSTON AND SMILER BURNETTE Plus Serial And News t SUN.- MON. FEB, II- 12 IRENE DUNNE AND RODDY McDOWELL IN THE WHITE CHFFS OF DOVER Cartoon And News WED.- THURS. FEB. 14.15 DANA ANDREWS AND RICHARD CONTE IN THE PURPLE HEART - PLUS THE FEATURE LOUISIANA HAYRIDE Plus Short Subject Lighting Research is "MOVING the SUN" ".Z " :i: * "',,'?"'-," . k-'r:-  . *' ' "* "( ", ".-" "' morning? That's one o the things Lighting Research is planning for you after the war. With only this difference: instead of moving your kitchen outdoors, you can "move the sun" into your kitchen. You'll enjoy lighting that doesn't just compete with darkness, but actuMly compares with real sunshine! Light that is properly controlled and available night or day, summer or winter. For example: W Softer, more abundant lightfor easier seing. W Ultraviolet for essential Vitamin D. r Short-wave ultraviolet that kills germs. Soothing, penetrating heat. Ali of these benefits of sunshine and more will be ready for you soon. So why not begin now to plan the Iighging for your home of tomorrow. Any home, old or new, can have indoor unshine. 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