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Mrs. Lois *Liin;ston-- -- - Carver vi- sited at the Earl Mackey home the last of the week. Her husband has just been released from the navy and they will make their home at Yakima. Misses Ja;et *Macke; and Kath- ryn Dez'ellem students from W. S. C., and Miss Shirley Dezellem of Holy Names Academy, visited home folks the last of the week. Mr and lrs.*B.*F *Six of Brew ster were in town Saturday on their way to visit relati'ces at Warrensburg, Missouri. $ I Capt A1be00 M Berry and wife !are visiting at the home of his 'mother Mrs. Bertha Berry on the lBar. He has recently been re- J leased after several years in the I army. James n J;e Ia;es of Ever- ett and Terry Hayes and mother from Leahy were in Bridgeport the last of the week on their hunt- ing trip. $ Mr. and *Mrs. %laude Arthur spent Sunday at home Mrs. Ar- thur is teaching school at Duley Lake and Mr. Arthur is employed in a frait warehouse in Pateros. : Mr. and dr: ly'Ramsey of Bewster and brother Lloyd of Missouri were in Bridgeport Sun- day on their way to Foster Creek dam site. mmmmmm 00'he APPLE .COMMISSION fortable food supplies over the coming year. In the light of this abundance it appears possJ,ble that the war-time ration program may disappear soon on many items. Apples, however, will continue in short supply, and ceiling regula- tions are expected to eo.ntinue all this year at least. The jobbing and rlemil trade fully realize that there are not enough apples to go around and they are hoping that the growers and ship, pers will try to spread these spples as evenly as possibl and where they are needed most. Tie-Ins A'lready Used Even bef0re theappl season gets under way, retail dealers dread this season's apple deal. The reason for this is the fact that top grades of Eastern appl are already being tied in with to- matoes or some other "surplus commodity. Ceiling prices on Eas- tern apples is $4.75 and many dealers are being forced to buy one lug of tomatoes, or same other item, with every box of ap- ples. This brings the cost of the apples to around $5.25. Some dealers are also forcing retailers to take. apples of unclass- ified grades with U. S. No. 1 grades and charging top ceiling all the way through. It is also reported*that same dealers bill their customers for legal amounts in their invoices with extra tri- bute demanded on the side. It's been said before that it's the little independent retailer who gets hurt and this is the way It happens : How Black Market Works Mr. Black Market buys two cars of apples from Mr. Grower Consult Us About Your and will have these shippea to some large city. Hre an accom- Real 'Estate Problems plice of his, or he himself, will re- ceive this fruit. They will then INSURANCE scout the market and buy up a surplus eommodi, TELEPHONE YOUR LOCAL ITEMS TO NO. 37 mm mmm m mm I I EFERY DAY MORE FOLKS SAY... "MAKE MINE MARTIN'S" "0. K, m 0 -/us t Make MINE Martin "s! " A NICE cool stubbie of Martin's fine beer is a welcome invitation to re- fleshing relaxation and where there is a choice, you'll find many of the experts selecting.the smo-o-oth brewed Martin's every time. Folks who really appreciate g o o d beer enjoy Martin,s best. Made for Your Enjoyment by the . . Oraak lottling Wor, UmaK -- Utstmbutor m The jobber or wholesaler is then forced to use ;the same tac- tics on the retailer, who finds it very difficult to carry on this same procedure with the consum- er. He cannot very well say to Mrs. Housewife, "If you want t buy a few apples, you must also buy a pound of tomatoes or string beans." He naturally must take th risk of selling his ad)ples above ceilirtg or taking the loss--which is what most dealers do. These dealers, however, do not relish this situation--some of them even condemn all growersand shippers and accuse them of working alorg with the Black-Marketers. Forced To Break Law Some of the most respectable dealers are practically forced to break the law in order to supply their customers. Many of these dealers do no like the idea of pa- tronizing the black market but have no choice simply because their competitors are handling ap- ples and consumer demand forces them to go out and pay any price. Some naturally, have refused to complain for fear they would an- tagonize their source of supply. Government agencies have now adopted new tactics in their clean- up campaign against shippers and distributors alleged to ha.ve en- gaged in black marketing, tie-in sales and other unlawful practices which caused shortages or boosted prices during the war. They are no longer out to get the little cor- ner market but ar concentrating on the majar offenders on a na- tion-wide scale. Disregard Others In Crisis Only recently a gan.g of black market operators were rounde up'in New York City. The govern- ment invest'ga:ors got their in- formation from retailers and job- bers and by putting the pressure on hcm, p:overnment agents were able to collect evidence. When these ring leaders are caught and the squeeze play is put on them they talk volumes ,.nd care little who:: t'ey involve in order to save th",melves. MorP): Kee) your apples .' normal channels, tIang on to your old customers - they are the saf- est investment aw! w:ll }'e w'th you when needc in years to BmDGEPORT portA ltgth:UBm:::t:Oe d B,:_ na Grange at Mansfieod.Sat. The last me'in; o the Query Club was in the nature of a sur- prise dinner at the home of Mrs. Cls. Washburn. Mr. and Mr; Carl Carver of Bothell visited st the Cims. Wash- burn home :he. last oy th'e week. J. P. Carter. Chas. Gooch and Wm. Campbell spent several days in Wenatchee last week: Mr. and lIrs: W*. G. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Alexander and daughter of Bremerton and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Canfield were guests at the Robt. Alexand'er home Sunday. Mrs. HeAa: W*illms, chairman of the War Fund drive, states the quota has not yet been raised and asks everyone to give funds to th following committee in charge of the raising of the funds: Mrs. Es2 ther Ernsberger, Mrs. Marjorie Heimbigner, Mrs. Norma MeClure and Mrs. Lue]la Dowell. The hus- bands of thse young women are all overseas. A daught;r was* born to Sgt. and Mrs. Willard Gross st the ,O- mak hospital October 9th. The young lady weighed 8  pounds and has been named Patricia Es- ther. Sgt. Gross is home on fur- lough at present from Cam@ Cook California. Morris Rose*arrivei -- home last week from several months in the Aleutians and has been visiting the I. W. Gano family. Mr. and Mrs. Gano accompanied him to Wenatchee Friday where he was getting transportation to Ynsas, where his wfe lives. They plan to come back out here to live. LOOK YOUR BEST Shop Hours 8:00 r.M. - 7:00 P.M. Saturdays Befere a 8:00 A.M. - Jake's BreVster, Washington ' "THIS GREAT INSECT KILLER IS NOW AVAILABLE AT OUR STORE Hm0. GROCERY ' TELEPHONE YOUR LOCAL ITEMS TO NO. 37 ]}ANCE SPONSORED BY AMERICAN LEGION LEGION HALL Pateros, Washington SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 To Old Friends and New Happiness The road ahead is bright with hope and promise. Highways no longer lead to battlefronts.., they lead to home, to old friends and new happiness. The Washington Motor Coach System is improving its service as rapidly as possible. Bus schedules have alrcady been speeded-up. A fourth daily transcontinental trip has been added to and from all the East via the Northern Short Route. As soon as new buses and replacement parts can be obtained, further improvcmcnts will be made. Ncw high standards of highway travel are on the way. Look ahcad to the most comfortable, convenient and picas- ant bus travel you have ever enjoyed. Ask your local bus agent for a New Time Schedule -effective October 1st Brewster BREWsTER DRUG CO. PHONE 21 Washington Stato .,,00,oComm00.io. WASHINGTON MOTOR COACH SYSTEM I