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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, MORE COUNCIL :~:,l:,,y for January ...... 10.00 NOTICE . [ |l|l"ltt~Pwtt I lU! lllMrl~ ]lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll August Pahn, Water Supt.'s I The registration b(,oks of the 'I'ownI NInI/IIIN ~ I nW MAEI'K~ I. ~aaalof Issaquah will be closed again:st[ III~llUIII W LN|| I|ll~iis--IS~ I[ ~lr~rr .... ~lr~ salD, l'y i Anyone wishing to vote at the elec-[ ~[~[:~1] Ae UARn tun~vr~e : T ~ ..... 1registration on February 21, 1933. ~= (Continued from nrsc t, age, " " "......................... GLAN] MONT State Treas. of Wash., Indus- Water Fund . trial Ins. & Med. Aid ........ 2 12Itin of Marct~ 14, 19'33 must be reg-. ~L.L,I! MO IIMIILJ ||UII~[=I|O B County Auditor license ~n wat- i i J I ewis mattock handle " [istered. If yon registered duringI lIB r ...... ::'~'~ -I..... ' ....... 451932, you need not do so again. ~ . .I. ,. . . ~ . . _l .~ ,:.. .,i,, ('r truck ............... 1.2o Emil Cedarhohn, sharpening MINNIE W SCftOMBER i ~anKer lells or Loner gut In ~ /~)~.. ~("'~:d~b~ F:';,nk Dav, water collections I t,ols 1 20 (~eal) City Clerk.: by Members of Congress on tm ~ ....... ~ "~',~:~~ for .tan'ua,'y ..................... 25.00t Nelson (l~[;:;~e& Se;.vi-c:e"st~i--- ! Mass of Technical Measures ( -~'~ Minnie \~. Schomber, eh.rk'st tion, gas und oil ................ 3 491 BETHEL MISSION I ~ f ~'~i~ ;i [11~I~'~ I -- ]OUTLINING legislative procedure. "::'~ ~~~l~'~I~'~ Sunday school ~t 10"00 PI each- ' Robert V Plemln President Ri s ~ . ' .... I g, gg I I p.m. the recent convention of the American [1 Young People's meeting at 7:15[ Bankers Association a description of ':*lla~[~K~ff~~ I I P" m. [ the difficulties and problems confront- .i I I~=/~ ' t" I I Midweek meeting" Wednesday t~t [ Ing the law-makers. Mr. Fleming said ~~~ -----------" In part" II s 00 p ,n. [" .... ----"-auling atRig Ill "l " A-- tIALBHAI I'H, ............. r'asT;or I["The ....... most important part of organl ..... . .. _ .... " Other ht Price ,t " ", Eat,on of me two nrancnes of congress .... I] ---- lie election of standing committees. . ___ - I l ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH] There are 34 standing committees in ill~:& ll~'t~'~ ~:~" I"~t~.l~] Phone 392 11 -- I the Senate and 46 in the HouSe. These J~lr~l.Jl. I.~l.Jl.Jl.~,, Ji.= II. ,L./L~.$ L~' I ] Rev. Father Carey, Pastor I are the workshops of Congress and the Sea"l'~ ~:---" 1-'-- " " " " "" " ' e rmesL owmown artmen r o el I[ Services the first Sunday each]real work of lawmaking is done in P [] month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun-] Committee Rooms. Close To the Shopping Center and Theatres I I days at 10:00 a.m. ba~eenism every "The task or l~.~l~lntln~, fr, r 1~4 RO~ - -- " Sa r f l no n o e ..... ........ ........... .. ~-,~ ~ m ~. 1--, . 1] ~ tu day a te" o at 1:30 f r th 000 people is a tremendous one Of re- ~ne I:~IOeK 1O ~age l)epo~. J!children. t cent years approximately 20000 bills Specials---Friday, Saturday, Monday, Feb. 10, 11, 13 BUT THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT LI~ICOLN WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED FOR HIS HONESTY AND FAIRNESS." AND THE SAME TWO ATTRIBUTES, PLUS HIGH QUALITY IN ALl: OUR GROCERIES, ARE TO BE FOUND HERE. VEGETABLES AND FRESH FRUITS DALLY. BRAND Tall Can TEA AT ITS BEST l-lb. Green l'lb" Black2 9 , SPERRY'S DRIFTED SNOW--"HOME PERFECTED" MONEYSAVERS' GUARANTEED TO PLEASE THE FAVORITE OF MILLIONS 15C -*Is A' .I * can THE POPULAR DESSERT 3, os. 19c HOP FLAVORED 1LB. CAN FULL TWO POUNDS PKGS. Tissue. AMBASSADOR BRAND PER ROLL iii i i i Toilet PURE CANE, FINE GRANULATED 1 BAKER'S BREAKFAST ]~ -LB. 10C CARNATION BRAND LARGE 15C 49-1b. sack LB. PAIL MISSION BELL BAR CRYSTAL WHITE LAUNDRY PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING RED BOWL 49.LB. SACK 69c SNOWLIKE BRAND GUARANTEED TO PLEASEI 89ci Pi itS WASHINGTON BRAND "MEDIUM SIZE -, ............................. 10c d WASHINGTON BRAND HALF OR WHOLE d LB ......................... 13 SWIFT'S BRAND HALF OR WHOLE ,8 .......................... 12 ANSWER TO LAST WEEK'S AD--The two brothers, Martin and Vtncente Pinzon, supplied not only two vessels but a considerable portion of the fundJ. ORANGESl LETTUCE I BANANAS SWEET AND JUICY ' I CRISP AND SOLID I FANCY RIPE FRUIT z "12c I "'-'o5c '1 ~.. 5c. are introduced annually in the two Houses. Only a small percentage be, come law. but they must be weighed m committee, accepted or rejected, per- haps amended, reported out, and then considered on the floor. "Lawmaking involves about 99% of hard and unspectacular work and about 1% of oratory. Few tasks ap- pear so easy and are so dlffieu:t as en- actment of sound and satisfactory leg- islation. Few individuals in any line of activity work harder or longer hours than the chairmen of the important committees during a session. I have great sympathy for the members of Congress whose constituents expect undivided attention to every piece of legislation in which they may be inter. sated. From my personal Jbservatlon, they earnestly and conscientiously en- deavor to do all that Is humanly pos- sible. Public Hearings "When a bill is introduced, referred to committee and printed, the next step, If it is a measure of considerable Im- portance, is to conduct a public hear. lng. The committee makes an effort to listen to anyone who cares to be heard either for or against a measure, al- though witnesses are frequently limit- ed as to time. Members of the Cabinet and other officials of the admlnlstra, tire departments of the Government usually testify on measures in which they are interested and furnish the committee information in executive session or otherwise. In thk~ way the Administration takes a prominent part in shaping legislation. "Due to pressure of work and ths fact that it is impossible for members of Congress to be technical experts on every subject of legislation, the com- mittees are inclined to give considera- tion to the merit~ of arguments pre- sented in testimony and the recom. mendatloas of the Cabinet and other officials. It is therefore highly desir- able, both from the standpoint of Con. gress as well as those affected by prc- posed legislation, that the latter have an opportunity to discuss frankly the effects of such legislation. "W~ sometimes complain about the technicalities of legislation, but when we observe organized minorities en. deavoring to force class legislation through one House it is a comfort to know such measures may be caught in the meshes of technical procedure m the other and there suffer what is termed automatic asphyxiation." A Country Editor Looks at Banking THE editor of the Norwalk, Ohio, Herald takes a somewhat different view of the banking situation from a good many people. His idea is as follows: / "With rents falling an~ unpaid, real estate does not present a happy pic- ture. Nor does the owner of care fully selected bonds feel any happier. with a bunch of them going wrong. A lot of folks very carefully Invested in preferred and common stocks in the finest companies in "he world and have seen them fall to perhaps a tenth of what they paid for them, and no div. ldends at all. Some folks kept their money In savings accounts in banks, and Some banks have closed and left them high and dry. But the situation is worth looking at very carefully. "On government authority, most hanks that closed were really solvent but for frozen ssets and popular timidity. G,'adually the closed banks are coming but from under and de. positors In even bad cases wlll get at least 50 per cent of their savings. That's tough of course; nobody likes to lose half of what they had scrimped and sacrificed and saved. But whbn you hoard and stick the roll of bills in a coffee pot or under' s mattress, some plug-ugly comes along and burns yonr feet till you tell him to take it and welcome. "And what about the great majority of banks that weathered the storm, met all comers and are doing business a8 usual, carefully and conservatively, but safely? What about the savings in those banks? They are a full 100 per cent today--and they are the only thing we know of at 100 Per cent any. where. After all is said and done. a good, well managed bank Is still tl~e best place in all the world for money or savings. Right now in Ohio the banks pay the taxes on all savings and pay their depositors net interest on their savings. We can't think. Just now, of many other investments that are a tenth as safe ae a savlnp ao- eount in a solid bank Why, oven a savings account in a closed bank is actually worth more today than most |took~." Go to church Sunday. Hotel Rooms with Bath from $1.50 Single, $2.00 Double. Without Bath from $1.00 Single, $1.50 Double. Completely Furnished Apartment with Hotel Service, from $2.50 Single, $3.00 Double. "YOU WILL LIKE THE CLAREMONT" FOURTH AT VIRGINIA SEATTLE, WASHINGTON illn|il|ii|iiiiiiii TIRES THE TIRE WITH THE One Year AGAINST ALL ROAD HAZARDS --SOLD BY-- TAYLOR .... I Mr. and Mrs. S. Boehm visited in Seattle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Downs and family visited in Renton Friday. Miss L. Alexander spent the week end with her mother in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stiles visited in Renton on Saturday. Mr. Winter has really come to Taylor. A recent measurement in- dicated a depth of eight inches of snow. All winter sporte are being enjoyed. S. Patzek and son visited in Enumclaw Friday. Mr. and Mrs. S. Davidson of Se- attle visited with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. A: Evans, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pilot of Kels~ and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klepack and family of Renton visited Mr. and Mrs. M. Lazar Sunday. A1 Sehoder of Kerriston visited at the Ed. Burns home Friday. DR. WILLIAM HOLLAND DENTIST Office Hours---1:00 to 6:00 Daily Also Evenings and Sundays Phone 602 Issaquah. Wash. D. W. HUME BARBER SHOP Cleanliness, Civility Good Workmanship SHOWER BATHS FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH HILE'S BARBER O Efficient Tonsorial Service for all Rose Marie Evans visited Mr. and Members of Family l Mrs. J. Kihlberg of Seattle over the week end. Julia Donickers visited her sister, Mrs. Hurley, at Selieck over the week end. Mr. Masini and family visited in Seattle Saturday. Carl Butcher of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Parks of SeUeck, and Elizabeth Such of Selleek visited at the S. Patzek home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Sachetli visited in Seattle Monday. The 4-H Club ie rehearsing for the play to be given early in March, "The Ceurse of True Love". Proceeds are to help pay the way of 'the dele- gates going to the State Club Camp at Pullman, in June. "O Front St., -- Near Bank Greenwood Cemetery has single graves as low at $10 to $20, not perpetual care, but some care. Perpetual care graves, $25 to $50. Concrete markers furnished with each grave, free. Telephone 208 RENTON, WASH. Wo Do All Kinds of Hauling Business Every Business Day -- betw~n -- Seattle and Coalfield, Issaquah, High Point, Pro*ton, Monohon, Elliott and Cedar Grove, and all way plaeos Issaquah Transporlation Co,, Inc, AUTO FREIGHT AND TRANSFER Seattle Depot,--Railroad Ave., D~rborn St. and Railroad Way Leave Seattle 1=00 P. M. Only L~ave lssaquah fi=O0 A. M. 894 Wuhed Band and Gravel