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APRIL 5, 1945 ' HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON PAGE 3 - i i i  I i ii i i i BRIDGEPORT - 00EWSlNOTES ]l 00Rs. 00CLARA WRIGHT Harey Hunt of Tonasket speni th-e: we end- heee with relatives. Mrs. Luella Dowell, Mrs. Melba Lam0reux: and Mrs. Ethel Green spent T.uesday afternoon in Brecter. Miss Minni ned of Tonask- el was a week'end visitor of Mrs. Alice Green. Mr. and , lph Lamoreux, Mrs. Ethel Wilburn and Lynn Lamorux came over from Se- attle Saturday to spend E'aster. . The Herbert *tikae family of Peshastin spent Sunday at the ,Mrs. Hazel Miller of Spokane zlnt Sunday at her home here. Mr.. :and *M. : Claude Stewart of Seatfl were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Summers. $ $ U. S. Engineers and surveyors are again at work at the Foster Creek Darn Site after being away several weeks. Mrs. Hate .wng'and George Miller of Spokane came in Sat- urday night to visit at the home of Mrs. Cora Bourdette. The la- dies are cousins. Mr. and'lIrs: Russ;l] Hunt and son are home on their Pearl Hill ranch for the summer. Mr. and *Mr;. M. *C. Mineard returned home Sunday from Spo- kane whre they had been for some time at the Loren Stringer home. Herman Wi!lms home here ..... Mr. and *Mrs. W ater CorneAl and children and Mrs. Hrman CorneAl returned Monday from a trip to the coast. $ reured T P Hopp Sunny from an exVended trip to Calif- ornia, Oregon and Washing[on coast points. Mr. and lIrs: Fred*St.- Clair of Pateros were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Mahaney Sunday. Mrs. Fra;k -- -'Ha;es" of phrata spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vollie Pitts here. Mr. and Mr: ]rni' W ashburr and childrerx moved to their new home up the Metho.,, Monday. $ $ $ Dinner g"aests at the Ralph Dor rel home Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson and children of Brewster, Mrs. Alice Green and son Kent, Miss Minnie Ken- nedy and the Mert Long family. : ,Henry Sornlerer*injured his arm Sunday when he fell on the stairway at his home. Mrs. Mar:he; Iitcell and son of Cour d'Alene are visiting at the home of her mother Mrs. Ada Lilly here. Cpl. DOJS Slae of ,the Ma- rines is spending the week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Slade. She leaves the last of the week for the coast on her way to Hawaii. Mr. and MrS. ;ohn Asmussen, Jr., and daughter Donna of Se- attle, Mrs. and Mrs. Malcolm Maekey and daughter Joanne of Wenatchee, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cox, Mr, and Mrs. Mrrill Nard- by of Mansfield were guests at .the Wrn. Asmussen home Sun- day.. Tangevines*exceel ioth oranges and grapefruit in their quantity of vitamin A, essential to eye- sight. Tangerines have a short season 12 to 15 weeks. LEADERSHIP (Continued From Page 1) blanket primary ballot. It came from the leftists, who could see that unless ttl'ey had complete power over all candidates, they could never get their program started. From this point on, the d'eterioration has been g'rowin' rapidly. Governor Has Power The recent session, 1945, is in- dicative of what another four years will bring forth, unless ther is a rapid awakening on tim part of the voters generally. When the 1945 session finally adjourned, it had virtually turn- ed over to .Governor Wallgren power greater than any governor in the nation holds. He is given the purse strings. The Legisla- ture made its appropriations, but 90 cents out of every dollar can be spent only where and when the governor desires. For 25 years we have watched this slow decadence of individualism--of the legislature being turned over to blocs and cliques. Not in any of these years has there been any effort to educate the people--th taxpayers and the voters-that no longer here in Olympia do we have majority representative gov- ernment, but only government and legislation by blocs. : Defeatist Attitude Everything possible has been done to prevent the vo.ters and the peopre of enterprise from knowing just what has been go: ing on. There is no question but that industry and business have been living in a fool's paradise. They have feared reprisals and l SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROS LY THE BEST SWEET CLOVER. ALFALFA: AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES BARLEY, RYE, OATS AND FERTILIZER ALL KINDS OF DAIRY. HOG AND CHICKEN FEED Brewster Grange pply Co., Inc. Brewster, Washington EVERYTHING A FARMER WANTS AND NEEDS THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... "That:6 news to me, Judge. From the wa) some people talk you would think it ww at least 50%. "No, Clem, there's the statement right here in the paper.., from authorities who have made an exhaustive study of the sub- Jdrect. Only about 5% of the people who ink occasionally abuse the privilege... 95 drink sensibly.,' "No wonder you say it wouldn't he fair to take the privilege away from the other 95%, Judge. I agree with you." "I can't see itany other way, Clem. No nora than I could see taking automobile away bom everybody lmuse a few dve recklessly and have accidents, ur prevenur:g the making or sale of cake or doughnua because sSme folks eat too much and g:t indigestion." "In the case of spirit beverages, the answcr is one of education and ,better control." "As a matter of fact, the responsible members of that industry are working con- stantly toward that end. They don't want folks to abuse the use of their product any more than we do." This adertlsemcnt pcmsored by Confcren o Alcotwlic Bevemg lrnduariS, l,:c floss of governmert wartime busi- I ness if. th'ey took :too great an ac- tivity in: politics in- seek.ing to preserve their rights and the [American way of doing things. l Pati'es Are Weak The same is true of so-called political leaders. The Republican party has no real leadership. The Democratic party is a ,thing of the past. It has been'swallowed, lock, stock and barrel by the P.A.C. There are no Democratic party leaders any more. During the last decade we have wateh'ed Washington, a co mmon- wealt'h, slowly but steadily sur- render its rights and take the path that leads back to the status of a territory rather than that of an independent state. What will th'e end be. T. P. Hopp of Bridgeport was a caller in Brewster Wednesday. C.R. McKINLEY M.D. McKINLEY BUILDING Brewster, Wash. f WATER SOFTNERS AVAILABLE J.J. YECKEL TONASKET, WASH. I I I NEW MANAGER FOR GRANGE SUPPLY Ray Douglas of Brewster took ovr his new position as general manager of the Brewster Grange Supply Co. He eplaces E'. J. Hallenbeck who resigned after buying an orchard on Brewster Flat. BODY WORK IS ALL GUARANTEED BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- ING UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- ERAL BODY REPAIR WORK RADIATOR REPAIRING AND ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM CHECK-UP WORK CHELAN BODY AND FENDER WORKS JACK BLAIR, PROP. II I LIGNOLITE Sheet plastic for counter tops, paneling, shower stalls, wainscoting, table tops and many other Uses. We have this product in stocL No priority needed. GAMBLE LUMBER CO. BREWSTER, WASH. HARRIS EICTRIC SHOP BREWSTER NOW OPEN FIOM 1 P.M. TO 4 P.M. DALLY PHONE 4O OR 40R W. R. HARRIS , . . CARIBOU THEATRE Brewster, Washington ' , ,- , LAST TIMESTONIGHT THURSDAY APRIL 5 JEAN ARTHUR AND FRED MacMURRAY IN T00"MANY HUSBANDS PLUSTHE FEATURE WINTERTIME SONJA HENIE AND JACK OAKIE Plus Short Subject FRI.- SAT'. APRIL 6- 7 FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY IN HEAVENLY DAYS KANSAS CITY KITTY WITH JOAN DAVIS, "JANE FRAZEE, BOB CROSBY Plus News ii SUN.- MON. APRIL 8- 9 DON AMECHE AND CARMEN MIRANDA IN GREENWICH VILLAGE Plus Short Subjects And News WED. - THURS. APRIL 11- 12 JEANNE CRAIN AND FRANK LATIMORE IN IN THE MEANTIME, DARUNG HEAVEN CAN WAIT WITH DON AMECHE AND GENE TIERNEY . ,--- .-':::-::;: A FAVORITE AT HOME- AND AT THE i i FOUNTAINS ".THAT'S i MEADOWM00R ICE CREAM i MEM)OWMOOR DMR7 . :....: ::.:: :.::.::.:'.: B E EelZ00 D he ax of the pioneer woodsman is the symbol of the advance- @ ment of our western frontiers. With the ax, clearinqs were made and the loqs hewn for homes. The settler's furrow followed the woods- man's swath. Cities were born from wood as lumbering became the first industry ofthe frontier. Since our e'lest pioneer days, wood has been more closely allied with the proqreas and development of civilization than any other material. Our railroads rest on wooden ties and mainly wooden . bridges. Telephone and teleqraph poles extend communications in B U directions. MORE Today, the first indtmtr of the Northwest is lumberinq--produc- mOltOS inq approximately rift,/per cent of the nation's output. Rainier Beer, the Northwosfs favorite beveraqe, has qrown side by side with this qreat indnsky.