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By ARTHUR BRISBANE--~ Around the World, Soon Hitler's Boys? From Two Pigs, How Many? Nature's Fertility VOLUME 17, NUMBER 50 ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASH., Bleriot, who designed the Rossi-I Codes plane that has just beaten theI world's lon~ distance records speaks! with authority on flying. Twenty-i Finishing Touches Being Added Tel State Will Utilize four years ago. he was the first to Building, Which Will Be a Credit Bothraome Beavers fly the Enghsh Channel. Now h~s to the Community, and Builders. _ ~__ plane has easily flown the Atlantlc, Removal of beaver from land the whole of Europe and on to Dam- ascus. Bleriot predicts "the earth will be encircled non-stop, either by craft using a heavy oil, or as soon as a means is found for utilizing electrt- tally driven engines." The Diesel engine in the air will revolutionize flying and cut i~s cost. Engineers that should know, believe a trip across this continent or across the Atlantic Ocean will not cost over five or ten dollars per passenger, with Diesel power. A non-stop trip around the world will attract no at- tention 25 years years hence. As to "utilizing electrically driven engines" the genius is probably born who will solve the problem of .wire- less power allowing airplanes to pick up their current as they fly over the various waterfalls and other power plants along the route. Future days glancing through Hit- ler's book, Main Kampf, "My Flight," will find in it explanation of the Hit- ler wind-up. For instance, Hitler writes: "All education must be so planned as to Two weeks from next Monday, where they have been doing damagei September 4, will be Labor Day. And will be undertaken at once by theI this yeas" that day holds significance state game department, traps havingI to this community as it will mark the been procured for the purpose of tak-i opening of the Playfiehl gymnasium ing these animals alive and moving J The opening will be in the form of a dance under th'e auspices of course, of the Issaquah Volunteer Fire De- partment. Through the receipts of this building, from dances, athletic events and other ligitimate activities wishing to use it, they expect to pay off the balance due on the building and grounds and for the maintenance of both in the future. To be a success in this line the building must be conducted in a strictly first-class manner The boys realize this and they will bend every l effort to do just that. And every local dancer can, and should, assis~ them in so doing. This is a commuTi- ity building, on a community fild. Each individual owns the same inter- give the (German) boy the conviction that he is unquestionably superior to . , ,, , ,, ....... .... m ises to ve in snip shape by Labor ~ne youths ox ozner natlons, r~ .. physical training must give him the uay= , ., " " n uer " lne maple 1leer is in position and feeling that his natron is unco q "l'h fin ....... ~h!y / o~"abe: ~ "dPwa--~,:i It e ismng machine is now ]n oper- slaves on their way to work, in the The via'on of the Fire Department early morning, and murder them with knives. You cannot make boys or members is nearly realized; a vision men superior by telling them they are that few people believed capable of superior. The Kaiser and his offl- fulfillment when first advocated by cars tried that, and their soldiers the boys last spring. All credit to kept repeating as they marched thru them. You owe them full cooperation. Belgium, "Paris in five days," but ' they are not in Paris yet. FENCE ,BUILDING BEE The Germans are a very great na- Finnish National Club members tion, in science, literature, courage, and friends will hold a fence building endtlwanee, lndustry~ everything. But bee at Firwood Park Sunday, August to be pushed into another war now, 20. All interested are invited to at- is what they do not need. tend. When Sherman was marching to Improved Stage Service the sea, somebody marching with him stole two pigs from the estate of Jef- ferson Davis. Captain Thomas Jef- ferson Davis of our army has often told Lieut. John B. Sherman, grand nephew of General. Sherman, thaL something ought to be done about the pigs. Recently General Sherman's grand-nephew sent two pigs nicely crated to Capt. Jefferson Davis, and that matter is settled, almost, not quite. Lieut. Sherman has yet to learn what "interest" means. Captain Davis says two pigs are not enough. He will have statisticians figure how many pigs the original two WU ~ OUIt I~tT THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1933 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR impossible to proceed with this work owing to the fact that up to the pres- ent time it was unsafe to take the parents away from the young. It is the plan of the department to move many of these animals to the higher regions where they will form new colonies and their dams add to the available water supply of the state. Many small mountain lakes are formed where beaver dams ob- struct mountain streams, keeping the water in the wooded areas and mater- Auto Wreck At Grand Rldl e Is Fatal_ _With Onet ..... Gust Sander Killed Outright, Mrs.I Game Violation Arrests First Legal Steps Have Been Taken Sander and Girl Friend Seriously ---_ __. in New Recall Pre~eedincs. I Continue To Increase and Petitions Will Be Circulated Injured, Now in Hospital. Game protectors arrested 112 per- One of the most serious auto aeci-lsons during the month of July for dents to occur in this section ror]vilatins of state game and fish laws ~::e:~o:hGpp:dedTu:sda.y eveninglthis being the largest number of ar- f" ^ ......... g mme, snur I rests for any month since the incep- mg ~,L ~ne nit oI one man, serious- tion of state game control, and an ly injuring a woman and a girl. The collision was between a car driven by Gust Sanders of Preston and a truck loaded with butter, driven by H. A. Devereaux of Yakima. The truck was coming west, Mr Sanders !going east, with Mrs Sanders, a daughter Elsa, Mrs. E. Carlson of Se- attle, and Miss Ina Lundstrom el Buekley in the car with him. Mr. Sanders was killed almost instantly. Mrs. Sanders and Miss Lundstrom were seriously injured. The ladle~ were brought to Issaquah, where first ~ncrease of 17 over those made the previous month This brings the to- tal number of arrests since January 23 t~) 377, each month showing an in- crease in the number of persons ap- prehended. The protectors' reports show that of those arrested in July, 62 were for offenses on the west side of the state and 50 for those committed in East- ern Washington. In the order of numbers fishing without license leads all other of- fenses with 56 arrests. Next comes Last week, in delivering his verdict quashing Issaquah's mayoralty recall suit, his honor expressed a hope that the people here would get together and for the sake of harmony, drop the idea of the recall Those promoting the recall, ho~- eves, can see no chance for harmony, in dropping the suit. They feel no- thing can be settled until it is settled right, and that the right thing to do is to continue their efforts for the ru- call election and thereby promote harmony for Issaquah. With this action in mind a delega- tion consulted with Attorneys Shoret~ and Taylor Saturday of last wee-,; and made arrangements to resume ~the recall The attorneys consider the case has been considerably rein- forced since the movement started, and there will be no chance for techo nicvlities thwarting the chance tor the voters to register their wishes in the matter this time. It was reported here Monday that Mrs. Alexander's attorney approach- ed Mr. Shorett, offering to compro- mise with the resignation of the may- aid was given by Dr. Hillery, wheltlfishing in closed waters, with 15; tak- the truck, coming down hill, was pull- ed right into the Sanders car, crush-SLACKERS REPORTED ing it against the side rail. The truck went through the rail behind the IN THE NORTHWES] Sanders car and turned partly over. Devereaux is being held in the county -- ------- Reunion of Twenty-five Year Real- jail. Local Firms That Have Signed Con- dents Held on Cedar River Sunday ~ tracts and Agreements Are Activly Grange Masters' Council "Doing Their Part." Pronounced Success. a In Issaquah August 27th About twenty signers of the Pres- About 150 Issaquahns enjoyed the King County Old Timers' picnic at The Masters~ Council meeting of ident's agreemnt and compliance car- McDonald's Grove on Cedar River the different Grange organizations tiflcates in the NRA program met at l a the White Swan Monday evenmg to Sunday There were joyful reun- of the county will be he d in Issaqu h " " has been refused and to continue . consult and keep abreast of the sit- with the case Consequently the p~ ions of frmnds who had not met for on Sunday, August 27. All fourth . . uation, that they m~ght mms no op thirty-five years, l degree members are eligible and are - titions will be prepard at once and portumty to md m the program Whil~ the "oldsters" en%,,ed theirlurged to attend that they might bet- ' " "' . again circulated among the peopm "do"you remembers?" the #younger te.r keep in touch with the aims and During the meeting the different for signatures and the case started ~enerations took hart in the snor~si0bjeceives o~ tne oruer, vocauons were groupea ~or ulscusslon all over again, ' - ~" ....... ~ [ The custom is for those attendin-lf their individual understanding of several pmzes coming ~o ~s~qu~n. [ s~ ....... ~nelr requlremen~ rne grocerymen Walter McDonald and A1 Keogh,to gather at around 11:30 for noonl . . Mr. Thomas' Letter On ,, and gas dmtributors were m the ma were first and second in the fatt!uncheon, after which the businessl ..... " Relief Work In City , ,, Jor~ty v~th f~ve representatives each man s race, with E. D. Watkins first meeting is held. A special volunteer . in the married men's race. Several committee will clean up the hall and Some discussion was given the mat-i Last week reference was: made to Issaquah youngsters emerged from put all in readiness next Wednesdaylter of adopting general closing hour~a letter written by Mr. Thomas on the money hunt with pennies and the 23rd.You may feel like assist- but no formal action was taken. In relief matters to City Clerk Case, m hours worked by employes, and their nickels. A ball game between Issa- " g. " which, on request of Mr. Thomas, we pay, all announced they were corn quah and Renton furnished a great - give herewith: FLOWER CLUB WILL HOLD elying with the provisions of the "It has always been the intention FALL FLOWER EXHIBITION At the last meeting of the Garden Club, decision was reached to put on a fall flower show, and plans were: thoroughly discussed. The meeting was held as a lawn! party at the Bales home last Wednes- day, with forty members in attend- ance. C.C.C.MEMBERS WILL GET OVERSEAS CAPS agreements signed. It is reported that certain firms of the Northwest have signed the corn- pliance certificates but have not com- plied, nor have they signed the agree- ments. Others have not even signed These firms are being listed and will be turned into headquarters at Wash- ington for summary action Most local firms have signed and are complying with the reqiurements. All who have not will do well to give the subject careful consideration. or, in sixty or ninety days, providing the council would sanction payment of bills contracted by the mayor with- out approval of the council lVl~,; Shorett replied that he would be ~- terested only in immediate abdica- tion. Mr. Cole asked for time to eonsuR his client. Mr. Shorett has since ad- vised the committee that the offer of the local Welfare Board to furnish men to the city We did so for many weeks. We will do so again as soo~ as it is possible. "The only function of the local Welfare Board is to see that there is a work program. We have done so. When the city refused to furnish a truck and pay its expenses, and faile(l to provide a work foreman, it deal of amusement. Dancing was enjoyed during the afternoon, a square dance being fea- tured for the old timers. George Beanblossom, of Renton, was the speaker and was greatly en- joyed. A combined band from Ren- ton and Enumelaw played during the The North Bend Stage line is now running on a three-round-trip sched- ule, having added a trip leaving here at 12:20 and leaving Seattle at 1:35 ,This additional stage daily excep~ Sundays when the old schedule ap- plies. This will permit one to go either in the forenoon or afternoon, remain three or four hours in town day, adding to the enjoyment. and get back home without spending If you have resided in King County for twenty-five years, your corres- the entire day. " " "c ....e ~" ...... "'" i "~ ct ~pon~ent urges you ~o wa~ n ~or ~n lne reoucea :are is SUll n exze , . o . , . . - . ..... .~uateel nex~ year s plCnle, assuring 75 ~enzs one way ana ~L~o rounu ........ r:- f " a~ --" *~is ~ _ ~you tna~ you wu[ pronounce it one oI t ,p rom :ssaqu n. 2~li ~n santa- , .... ........... ~the most enjoyable az~mrs you ever ule is s~an~ard tlme, or one hour later " I attended than present Issaquah time. " was necessary for us to place the men elsewhere. "When the city provides a foreman would amount to now, after seventy I years, and calculates offhand that the MILES HAVING MARQUEE iimprtant Unemployed descendants of Gener~ Sherman will FRONT ADDED TO STORE] Meeting On Friday owe him 150,000,000 pigs at least. ~ I ~ ~t . . _ LeonardMiles is adding a marquee[ The Unemployed meeting Friday, Thanks to the new united States . front to his Red and White store, I August 18, 8 p. m., at the City Hall, law against kidnapping, a woman was . George Armstrong handling the ilssaquah, will be one of enterest and arrested in New York recently, accus- . .... work. These ~mprovements, becom-lzmportance. ed of sending a threatening ~e~ter ~o o " ....... mg s popular w~th merchants, are a l We are expectmg good news from a father wno naa recentty emptoyea her as nurse for his daughter boon, not only to the merchant and]Governor Martin regarding sugar., : . his patrons, but to all pedestrians, t fruit and cans for the unempmyea, It read: "Leave $50,000 m surer ~ land part time workers to handle them at main gate at midnight, August ~, -e~,~ .......................... . .nvm.~a tJr~l~ff, K UffI~KAI-ION l~nrougn our organlza~;lon. or your daughter's head will be cuz[ Prof. M. J. Thomas. reported asl On the agenda will be the election ,, - -- , off te _ . Ithreatened with appendicitis lastlof delegates to the Workers Sta Whoever sent that was not familiar - . . . , I weex, unuerwent an operation at the ~ Congress at Seattle, September 3 and with metalhc values and their weight r ~ . .. "1Mayna d hospital Wednesday of last 4 A speaker from Seattle w~ll talk Fifty thousand dollars worth o~ suver~ week ........ " "" " " . . ~ ana is reportea to oe rapidly on tne coming congress and its ira- at present prices would weigh a~outl: ...... ..__He .......... .... _ _ ,,,,p,*vvmg. has zeta rrienas tna~ por~ance. A large turn-out of our 800 pounds, not easuy aetiverea oy he wo--I ........ ...... , u a oe home ~ne ms~ of the members,both men and women, m the father or carried away ~y the xta week " We have not yet heard the expected. napper. [ physician's ,ideas, however COMMITTEE. More Important than this news ~1 --~ " -~- (Continued on page $) I Trade in Issaquah Buy--and save, in Iuaquah. By Major Roy E. Blount Shades of Hinky-Dinkey Parlez Vool The War Department has au- thorized the issue of the "overseas cap" to the members of C. C. C. Forest Army. Once again the rain will have an opportunity to trickle down the cot- lar. Once again the sun will have an opportunity of shining without re- straint into the blue, gray, brown, or occasionally blackened eyes of Uncle Sam's nephews. Only this time it will be the "ax and peavy" boys of the C. C. C. instead of the big "bul- let and bayonet" men of the A. E. F. Rivalled only by the modern pan- cake of milady'z millinery, there is no article of male headgear that can compare with the overseas cap in its] uncanny power to make the otherwiseI normal countenance a sure-fire win- (Continued on last page) for the work that they wish done on Coulee Dam Highway ]the city streets, cmetery, or water To Be Oiled Macadam!wrks, we will transfer the men who __ are now working on the 'gymnasium' Surveys for the highway leading to the city. to Coulee Dam are to be started this "We hope that the city will soon week, according to the State H' gh- be able to use these men. Work done way Department. A heavy,duty through the Welfare agencies should highway will be built, with rock bal- last course surfaced with oiled mac- adam or simila~ covering. The state will start new highway construction soon, reducing the gra4a o~f the present roads leading to the dam-site, and widening the highway throughout. Acquisition of 7 acres of ground for the engineers' camp has already been completed. Bids for the first $150,000 worth of work, including diamond drilling for the dam location and other surveys, probably will be let soon. Actual work on the dam itself will be begun within six months from the time the final engineering survey is started. be of civic benefit and tax-saving, either immediately or deferred. Un- der this rule ~the city, of course, will have first call on those men who were originally assigned to the city. "I am sure our position in this ma~. ter has been made clear to you." OUTDOOR SACRED CONCERT The Salvation Army Band from Seattle, conducted by Major Howell, will give an evening's program at the Playfield grandstand next Sunday ev- ening at 7:30. Make this known and make it a point to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith Morgan and family of Port Angeles have been visiting at the J0s. Morgan home. / THE FEATHERHEADS By O.bome AND ~14111,1 ',1~ "!",-/I~ There Were !! s to It CARe ~'~JG- T~QS