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1. State history. Politics. General-State. Appointments & resignations. 1937-08-05 State history. Politics. General-State. Appointments & resignations. 1937-08-05 Northwest history; politics; government; state; appointments; resignations; J. B. Fink; Governor Clarence D. Martin of Washington; E. F. Banker; Sam B. Hill; Representative Charles H. Leavy of Washington J. B. Fink, Yakima, acting director of conservation and development since August 15, 1936, was named director today by Governor Martin.

2. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1937-01-05 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1937-01-05 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; Columbia Basin; conservation; Governor Clarence D. Martin of Washington; J. B. Fink; James O'Sullivan Abolition of the Columbia Basin commission and transfer of its activities to the state department of conservation and development was recommended today by Governor Clarence D. Martin in his 1937-39 biennial...

3. State history. Politics. General-State. Appointments & resignations. 1936-11-19 State history. Politics. General-State. Appointments & resignations. 1936-11-19 Northwest history; politics; government; state; appointments; resignations; Governor Clarence D. Martin of Washington; George Gannon; E. F. Banker; Ross K. Tiffany; J. B. Fink Mentioned as under consideration for appointment by Governor Martin to head the state department of conservation and development, left vacant by the resignation of E. F. Banker, are: George Gannon, former...

4. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-25 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-25 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; church affairs; religion; Julius A. Leibert; Adolph H. Fink; Jay M. Gleason ; Jewish ccc boys have services. - Jewish boys in the CCC camps in the Missoula, Lewiston and Fort George Wright areas will come to Spokane this week-end for observance of the Jewish high holidays.

5. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-29 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-29 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; church affairs; religion; J. A. Leibert; Leo Cohen; Adolph Fink; Louis Farrell; Philip Doddridge; J. M. Gleason; C. L. Foss; W. J. Moran ; Unique service for Jewish ccc. - All faiths join in making possible holy day rites. - Jewish rabbis, Catholic priests and Protestant ministers in the chaplain service of the army cooperated in bringing...

6. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-30 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-30 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; church affairs; religion; Louis Farrell; Adolph H. Fink; Julius A. Leibert ; Jewish ccc boys observe new year. - An impressive open air Rosh Hashana, Jewish New Year service, was conducted Saturday afternoon on the parade grounds of Fort George Wright for 200 CCC boys of the Jewish...

7. State history. Works Progress Administration. Employment and Wages. 1937-02-12 State history. Works Progress Administration. Employment and Wages. 1937-02-12 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; pay; wages; employment; Spokane, Washington; Seattle, Washington; Whitman County; Spokane County; King County; Walla Walla County; Yakima County; Stevens County; Ferry County; Eric A. Johnston; Ernest C. Huntley; James P. Dillard; Kenneth Wadleigh; Albert Lee; Charles F. Ernst; A. H. Lien; Robert Bratton; George Hollenbeck; Jack Sullivan; Cornelius Snyder; O. F. M.; Adolph H. Fink; State Progress Commission; Washington State Association of County Commissioners; vagrancy; transients Jobless influx topic of meet
Welfare workers and state progress chairman to map program.
What to do with the increasing number of transient indigents swarming into Spokane and Seattle, as well as...

8. State history. Works Progress Administration. Flood and flood control. 1937-07-09 State history. Works Progress Administration. Flood and flood control. 1937-07-09 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; flood; WPA; flood control; J. B. Fink director of conservation and development; Governor Clarence D. Martin of Washington ; Continuation of work on 10 flood control projects, on which WPA withdrew financial aid July 1, will be assured if small amounts of state and federal aid money can be secured, J. B. Fink, director of conservation...

9. State history. Works Progress Administration. Professional service. Surveys. 1937-04-05 State history. Works Progress Administration. Professional service. Surveys. 1937-04-05 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; WPA; professional services; surveys; public surveys; mineral survey; J. B. Fink; Albert C. Martin; employment; relief rolls ; A two-year extensive investigation of the more important mineral deposits is assured Washington through a works progress administration project, Acting Director of Conservation and Development J. B. Fink,...

10. Northwest History. State History 260. Yakima. Northwest History. State History 260. Yakima. Faulti-Flu ; Y.M.C.A. ; Y Membership ; Harry Rymond ; Earl C. Green ; Madelon ; Otto Warn ; J.C. Ferguson ; A.G. Burson ; W.G. Anthony ; Doorbelle ; Rev. Edward ; Rabbi Adolph Fink ; President E.E. Saunders ; Stamboul Y Y.M.C.A. Drive Surpasses Quota.

11. Northwest history. Mining. Schools. 1937-01-18 Northwest history. Mining. Schools. 1937-01-18 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; education; schools; vocational education; L. P. Sieg; Ross C. Purdy; Colin G. Fink; Ernest W. Patty; Milnor Roberts; Photographs ; Experts will talk before institute. - More than 400 Northwest mining men will gather on the University of Washington campus this morning for the opening of the Tenth Annual Institute of the University's...

12. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-24 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-24 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; church affairs; religion; Fort George Wright; Rabbi J. A. Leibert; Leo Cohen; Louis Farrell ; Jewish boys pray for peace and liberty of the nation. - As Rabbit Adolph Fink of Spokane led them, 200 Jewish boys of the Civilian Conservation corps said a prayer from the ancient liturgy of their race....

13. State history. Agriculture. Wheat. Grading. 1937-08-13 State history. Agriculture. Wheat. Grading. 1937-08-13 Northwest history; Agriculture; wheat; wheat farming; wheat trade; wheat production; wheat grading; wheat varieties; Odessa Union warehouse; Reuben Fink Wheat is being hauled from fields to the Odessa Union warehouse at a rate as high as 10,000 bushels daily. Warehouses keep open after 8 p.m.

14. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1937-01-25 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1937-01-25 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; Columbia Basin; Governor Clarence D. Martin of Washington; James O'Sullivan Abolition of the Columbia Basin commission and transfer of its activities to the state department of conservation and development was recommended today by Governor Clarence D. Martin in his 1937-39 biennial...

15. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1937-04-14 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1937-04-14 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; appropriations; flooding There will be adequate funds to fulfill the state's obligations under the 1937 flood control law in the opinion of Acting Director of Conservation J. B. Fink.
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