SCHOOL LUNCH CANNING CENTERS OPENED FOR WORK By June 15, a total of 75 schools throughout the state had reported $6,503.00 of sponsor funds available avail-able for purchase of produce to be processed in WPA canneries, for use in next year's hot lunches. Individual In-dividual contributions range as high as 500.00 per school, the WPA report showed. Over 200 schools operated hot lunch projects with WPA cooks preparing ana serving the meals, during the school term just closed. Some 1,367,075 meals were served during the first three months of 1942. WPA canneries, expected to open shortly in Boise and Twin Falls, anticipate a much heavier season than last year's, when a quarter million quarts of fruit and vegetables were processed. process-ed. WPA is operating 20 gardens and one fruit orchard this season, produce from which will also go to the WPA canneries. Women are doing practically all the work except ex-cept for technical and mechanical supervision.