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July 5, 1945     Quad City Herald
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JULY 5/1945 Mrs. Hope David of Los Angeles Calif. is visiting her niece, Mrs. Karl Clendenin. The Charles Washburn family of Bridgeport were among Brew- ster callers Sunday. HERALD-REPORTER, BIWSTER, WASHINGTON ii I I Dusty electric hght bulbs and shades can cut down light as much as from 12 to 20 per cent. Rdax with 1. Martin' $ Good work deserves a good reward . . such as a cold bottle or two of Martin's fine beer. Some of the fin- est Victory gardeners in the state go for the smo-o-oth brewed Martin's after a hot session in the garden. N "Make MINE .... :2; " Martin's" When It's Time... Made for Your Enjoyment by the . . . Umak tSottling Works, Omak m Distributor  ( MRI FARMER: I roperty ANSWER: / No argument! The Farmers' Blan- ket Liability Policy assumes your obligation. In fact, this ONE policy is designed to give the farmer and rancher complete protection from ]]early all angles. It includes insur- ance against employee or guest in- jury, complete automobile cover- age, loss of personal possessions through fire, flood or theft. It in- sures farm equipment ainst some losses. GENERAL'S is the original --the complete policy. Don't accept a substitute. That is just part of the sWr:. There is much more. Ask us for laP. details and costs as applied to your particular needs. No obligation. JAMES M. GREENE Fire and Liability Insurance and Bonds Cashmere, Washington Phone 525 I II IIII III II II III BREWSTER Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore and daughter of Winthrop and Mrs. Ray Ramsey viewed Jh Ornak Stampede on the 1st. "The W..A.* P|si;he family, ac, eompanied by the Herb Weist family:of Omak, made the boat trip to the head of Lake Chelan a week ago. A seven :nd'00 hlf'pound b00by girl was born Thursday, at the Omak Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Yeager. Mrs. Yeager Was the former Eleanor Tarbell. $ Miss Alma Jepsen, a teaher in the. Spokane schools, arrived ri- day night to spend part of her vacatipn with er cousins, Mrs. Meta Skiles and Elmer Andersen. A quilt was*tie Friday after noon at the meeting of the Ladies Aid. The next meeting will be in two weeks at the home of :Mrs, Nannie Gillespie. $ The Oeo00e ;00:d00'nder fa=00, who picked the Eli Driessen cher- ry crop, left Friday for Nespelem. Mr. Friedlander is the newly elect- ed Indian Councilman for the Nes- pelem district. Tech. Cp. ak *Rawley, has been lome on a few days visit. He is stationed at Baxter Hospital, where help .is Another of the Service" boys who has been calling on friends here is Ralph, now visit ing his sister, Mrs. Ed.Louis, near Oma $ * $ Jack Kirk returned Sunday from a trip to Wilbur. He was a- companied home by Miss Marie S.tarman, who had :been at the home of her sister there. Pfc. Fred*W:rner " home arrived Monday for a 30-day furlough.' He has just returned from Ger- many and other pints overseas, and needs a good rest and Moan's home cooking. , FOSTER CREEK (Continued From Page 1) Brewster. Twisp and Okanogan, stated that his firms are needing more power to better Utilize the waste pro- ducts of sawmills and lumber. L. A. Gillespie spoke for the Brewster Commercial Club, stat- ing he had heard no adverse opin- ion on the early construction of the project. Frank Wingo, chairman of the Okanogan County. Commissio ers, spoke for the county fficials. Billlngsly Has Uata Kirby Billingsley, e4itor of the Wenatchee Daily World, stated in Okuogan county atu;e tner is 290,000 acres of irrigable land under the i,50/0 level sufficiently low where cheap power would make the land paying farms. C. C. Morrison, agricultural a- gent for the Great Northern Rait- way, spoke for the project, as did Tom Lynch, Okanogn county Po- mona Grange Master, and Mr. Mc Kenzie, association lresident of the State P. U. D, @rganization. Henry P. Carstensen Stal Grange Master Henry P. Carstensen attenlied and his .tes- timony that the famner needs more power and that peace rne consumption of power would be tremendous on the farms in the coming years. Representative John Isenhart, of Chelan, Horace Bozarth and J. M. Wade of Wenatchee gave evidence to go into the record. Larbee Speaks J,ohn Larrabe e gave a letter to go into the record& He estifie. that the Grand (oulee saved ives and possibly gave the added pow- er to produce planes and war ma- terials to stop Germany in Africa and at Stalingrad. Harry Gould, president of the Okanogan Commercial Club, and N. E. Barlas of Oroville gave timony favoring tim project. Robert Stookey, president of the Pateros Commercial Club, and Ralph Walton, representing the City of Okanogan, presented re- solutions favorable to early con- strnetion of the proposed dam. Many others gave testimony and there was not one bit of ne- gative testimony from any organ- ization or individual altending. More than 240 participated in the affair and Colonel Hardy sta- ted that he was pleased with the local and state wide response o his announcement of the hearing. The written testimony of those who presented it will go into the records and be presented to the Congressional Committee of Ri- vers and Harbors. Lunch Served A lunch was served on lhe lawn of the school by members of the American Legion Auxiliary, the Civic League, P.-T. A. and Gar- den Club. Immediately after the hearing Colonel Hardy and Paul M. True blood acted as guides and took a large group to the proposed site of the dam and explained the ad- vanced work that has been done CHANGES IN POINT VALUES I C.heese take fewer points during month of July Point values for margarine and canned fish are increased from 12 to 14 points per pound; points for cheese are reduced; and the mint values of nearly all meats are unchanged during the ration- ing period July 1 to Jly 28, the Office of Price Administration announces. Point value of butter remains unchanged. The two point increase in mar- Marine is necessary because of de- creased supply and to improve distribution. Point values for canned fruits, vegetables ani juices during the July rationing period are the same as June. Rationed canned fish, with pre- sent point values ranging from 4 to 9 points a pound, is increased 2 and 3 points a pound, depend- ing upon the kind, because of re- ducedoupplies for civilians. Although the over-all supply of cheeses will be somewhat smaller during the third quarter, new point values for July ar.e from 2 to 4 points a pound lower than June to prevent loss of perishable ,arieties from spoilage. The only fresh or cured meat point value changes for July are increases of 1 and 2 points per pound for seven fat pork" cuts, ne- cessary to reflect the point value of lard which is made from these CUTS. "Point values of lard, shortening and oils were increased from 10 points a pound to 12 points per pound effective June 17. These values are continued during the July rationing period. Although it is estimated that there will be about 5 percent more meat (on a weekly average retail. trim basis) during the July ra- tioning period han in June, point values are being held at their pre- sent level to assist in distributing meat to areas that have been un- able to get meat regu!arly, OPA said. PAGE 3 Help him get that - Distance call Long through tonight en have LonS When you let s ervtee = 10 P.M., you istanee lines trom ' " sailor or sob ake it easier Ior dler to reach the folks at home. 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