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Parkland, Wash. Pdmit No. 9

Hosts to firemen

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Double Trouble for MeDonalds Troubles don't corn" singly for

GARFIELD STREET MERCHANTS TO PAY CUSTOMERS' FARES

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Explorer Scouts of ·post No. 42, II Larchmont~ played host to the Park-

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la. n. d Volunteer Fire department.Wedevening, Oct. 8, at their Scout i "shack" at Larchmont. The boys in j .the troop were intensely interested ii: the demonstration given by Clarence Marsh, training officer for the fire

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Fnday they have c9a.rtered the buses of ~he B-Line: and Mrs. Roger McDonald! 1 rans1l Co., Inc., and anyone ndmg to or from Garfield St. are On Friday, Oct. 3, their home was W be t~,e'.r gu-;sts, with _no ~ares charged. Upon boarding the bus. badly damaged by fire originating in Just say I .m g~rng to Garfield, an? a_ .short circuit in the electric range. and the tnp will be free, also your Kitchen r:abincts 8nd one wall were return ho1ne~ gutted before the flames were 'iwou rrht The reason for this generous gesunder control. " 1 ture on the part of Parkland business . The sccontl, and n1orc serious, dis- houses is to en.courage _custon1ers to aster occurred Sunday when Roger use ~he conven~ent B-L1ne buses for suffered a fractured leg in the charity daytime shoppmg errands. lf wofootball game pbyccl,in Lincoln bowl, .men induced to do more or, by Tacoma Police and the Junior their trndrn,, dunng the day, evcrr Chamb~r of Comnwrcc. Roger, a for~ though the husband needs the family Arnold Boehmer, 27, of Rt. 3, Box mer Mrnnesota U. quarterback, had cars to go .to work, the merchants 6.37, Tacoma, was injun•d in a specmade a magnificent run practically would. benefit throug;h larger volumes tacular crash at 8 p.m. F«iday evening the whole length of the field to be of sales and the housewives would be on the. Prairie-Orting road just cast tacklrd and brQJ.rght down vc;y hard able to budget their time to bette!' 9f the intersection of the Turkey road. on the 2-yarrl line. 1 advantage, making for improved con• Pinned ,inside his badly wrecked car, But it tak<"s more than a broken ditions all around. Boehmer was held prisoner for an hour . . . _ leg lo take Roger McDonald out· of The free bus ride is only a part of while officers called to the scene Reed, post No. 42, Larchmont Explorc~.$couts. circulation for long-. Monday morning the plan. Not only may housewives worked desperately to free him. he was on the job as usual at the (with children, of course) ride to and ~fr. and Mrs. Jack Brown were in Pochcl Distributing Co. plant on Pa- from Parkland without paying fares, their yard when the car passed at cific, where lw is a junior partner. To but they will find real bargains in all high speed. A moment later they heard be sure, R.oger is on crutches these the stores sponsoring the novel adverM a crash and jumped into their car to M A · · Th ey f nun d Boc h mer·· s ear l rs.. vyce f' Id f clays, with the kg in a cast and will tising project. Examination of adver- 111vest1gate. . . d ' oca1 insurance 1c or t h e past .sevbc so decorated for at icasl two tising on the special page in this cras h c d mto a tree iust own the road ·h · · .d 1 m~nths, but is taking the handicap paper devoted .to the. Friday sale a quarter of a mile. Upon seeing the era years, as Jome quite philosophically. "It's all in the event will disclose very attractive condition Boehmer was in, they rushe<l game!" specials in practically ev,ery store in home and called the Spanaway ambuthe Garfield street area. lance and the State Patrol and also I !'adies, m;oet your ho~ts for an ex- notified Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wick- I citing shopping spree torhorroW: Art's line, neighbors living close by. Mr, : Shoe Shop, The Clay House, Frye's and Mrs. Wickline arrived on the Furniture, Garfield Variety Store, Johnson Drug Store, Madden's Men's Shop, Marjie's Beauty Shop, McCay's lee Creamery, McKewen Studio, Myrtle Mockel's Apparel, Parkland Cycle Shop, Parkland Doriut Bar, Parkland Grill, Parkland Jewelers, Soine's Parkland Shoe Store, Stella's Flowers, Ruslcr's Marke4_and Young's Gift Shop. Mr.

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Mrs. Edward Table, lecturer of. "N1'xt till!(' you're in a hurry ea11 1-Iart's Lake Grange, i,s arranging for IJH: al Puyallup 5-6651," ~ays Moon. a meeting open to the. public Friday, "Y 011 will he pleased with both the Oct. 24, at 8 p.m. The ·.hour will inservice and the quality." clude entertainment and information (adv.) to voters on issu~s of the corning; election by Chester H. Thompson, who has been appearing before the group for rr1any years to explain such measures. Refreshments will be scrycd during the social hol!r.

The L.acamas Livestock 4-H dub held its first meeting of the year reechtly with election of officers as the highlight. Shawn Plumber was chosen prnsident; Jo. hn Erickson, vice presi-, dent; Meddy Westrum, secretary; and Marion M?-rvin, reporter. It was decided that the next show be hcld''Oct. 17. The feature is "God's Country/ s~arrlng Robert Lowery, Helen Gilbert and Buster Keaton. The time is 8:30 p.rn. Tickets are available from 4-H members; the price, 35 cents for adults, 15 cents for chil1 dren. The next meeting will be held Friday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m. 1

Evergreen Active Central, Ave. Preschool Club Pro r m S t Central Avenue Preschool will meet CJ a e

at 8 o'clock this {Thursday) eveThe Evergreen Active club has now ning in the kindergarten room at the resumed its regular routine and is school. The speaker will be Dr. Vern· getting into swing for the new season. on Utzinger, professor of speech at Under the able guidance of the new PLC, whose topic will be "Speech. president, Byron Ellingson, a busy - and Personality A<lj_11stni'en1:." H'ost- year is in sight. !NSU!VLl'.fCE 1 csses for the social h-;mr will h.e Mrs. Wil.Jia1.11 .1;1·,·. Frost, secretary, states CLAY ROLEY AGENCY Donald Frestonc and Mrs. Richard as follows: We wrsb to report that 98th and Portland Avenue Horr. 1 the playfield which has.been ·our main GR 8501 activity for the past two years is now nearly completed. We will announr.e OPTOMETRISTS the official opening soon and will DR-:-L"' JUCHARD McGIRK Tbis Friday evening at 8 o'clock a welcome the children in and around Modem Eye Care masquerade party will be held in the Parkland to a dream which the peo4802Y, So. Yakima HA 2H3 church social hall by the couples of ple. and merchants of our district llEAL ESTATE - INSURANCE the Parkland Methodist church. Mr. have helped us to fulfill." NOTARY and Mrs. Sam Brown are chairmen. The club cordially invites new couROY V. ROSTEDT ·_ples.

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FRYING TURKEYS 7 to 8-lb. average

A fund-raising projects for the Cub Scouts of Clover Creek school will be the movie shown on Friday, Oct. 17, at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. The Cub Scouts are sponsored by the Clover Creek P-TA. Tickets -will be on sale or may be obtained at the door. The picture is of general interest and everyone is urged to sppport the Cubs' project.

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ALSO DUCKS, GEESE,' HENS AND FRYERS

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LESTER G. GODFREY, fireman, U. S. Navy, of Eatonville, has returned First in the county to go over the to the United States after a tour of top in the Good Neighbor·fund drive, duty in the Mediterranean aboard the Spanaway district completed and ex· heavy cruiser U. S. S. Baltimore. cccded its quota in the residential division last week.

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Willows News

Services at WOODLAND NEWS' Special Harvard Covenant

lvfrs. Rose Pannell, owner of the Willows Grocery, was pleasantly surprised by a visit from her son, Dennie Pannell, medical corpsman in the Marines, stationed in San Diego, who arrived home Thursday. He was in charge of a draft of Navy men going to Bremerton and left for San Diego Saturday morning. At the well attended P-TA meeting at Woodland school, Val Godel! gave a timely "Get Out the Vote'' talk. In line with th·is topic, the Freedom Foundation is providing literature and materials, including the Liberty Bells to be placed on door knobs by the Boy Scouts. Also at the P-TA meeting was a Court of Honor for Boy Scout troop No. l 7+, sponsored by the P-TA. John A. Raffetto, field executive for the Scouts of the Valley Mountain district, presented the award pins. A social hour concluded the evening. Anyone interested in reporting news from this community may write the Times-Journal, P. 0. Box 654, Parkland, or leave at the Willows Cafe.

· Portland Ave., with services each eveThursday, October 16, 1952 THE TlIVfES-JOURNAL 3 ning at 7:30 o'clock. October 19 through 2+. Mr. and Mrs. WillsrcpRcnie Bartolatz, Reportc.·r Mr .. and Mrs. Wi·l-lia. m Wills,_cvan. g- rcoc."1t the Y.o.uth Gospel Crusade, Phone Puyallup 5-2902 clists and youth leaders, will rnnd11ct foe., of Wheaton, Illinois, a faith l.IGHTEST The first P-TA meeting of the year· youth meetings at the Harvard Cove- misionary project reac~1ing youngwas held \Vcdnesday evening at the 11ant church, located at 84t)1 St. and stcrs and older folks too m many parts Woodland school, with 160 ;ttencling' - - - - - - the teachers' reception, Boy Scout Court of Honor and progrnm by the 8th grade. President Barbara Cordes presided and the Boy Scouts presented the colors. A ckv<'r graph in the slrnpe of a daisy was made by Mr. Paddford and Puyallup Ave. & 'A' St. BR 0341 daisy lapel ornaments were prcsn1tf'.d Sales Tacoma, Wash. Scrvict1 to the l 24· new members by the mem'4'.R. & MRS. WILLIA?v(WILLS, ,T· bership committee, Katheryn Hanson and Alnrn. Keil. of the nation with the gospel. They The business discussion included this often draw hundreds of young folks year's budget, the Harvest Festival to their meetings which an:- high:rnd a new safety guard rail to be lighted by select motion picture mesDesigners and Builders installed on Airport road for the prosages, gorgeous oil pain'tings, Bible Expert Workmanship tection of children playing on the mystery object lessons, and chalk school grounds. Reasonable Prices drawings. A new surprise program . Following this, the meeting was daily-strcarnlim'.d to the interests of ' Easy. Monthly Payments turned over to the program chairman, youth. The public is cordially invited Mrs. lvfinchau, who introduced Mr. to these services. Hoggart and his 8th grade class, who presented a skit on "Citizenship.'' Kiss: To the married woman, faith; The teachers were introduc<ed by to the young girl, hope; to the old HI. 9515 84th & Pacific Ave. members of the 8th grade and room maid, ch;irity. m o th e rs presented corsages. The tcache'rs arc: Kinckrgartcn, :Miss Magar; !st gra'dc, Mrs. Arnold and Mrs, Cole; 2nd, Mrs. Parker; 3rd, Mrs. There once was a Lass wbo had laundry amass Cook; 4th, Mrs. Wickstrom; 5th, Mrs. And Ob bow sbc dreaded washday. Anderson; remedial, Mrs. Frank; 8th, Tben one morn as she sighed, but not witb remorse Mr. Hoggarli principal, Mr. Sutter. Her laundry went away, to 99 Laundromat, of course! Mrs. Sutter was also given a corsage. Mr. Dinsmore and Mr. Furseth were unable to attend. Refreshments were served by 8th grade mothers under the chairmanship of Mrs. Henry Ferwerda and Mrs. Flora Lester. Special thanks go to Mrs. Harry Lampshire for ·the beautiful gladioli ALL BUNDLES FOLDED & WRAPPED corsages, and to Mrs. Nan PadelWE DRY CLOTHES ford and Mrs. W. Lee who decorated Open: Mon., Wed. & Fri. till 9:00 P.M. the tables with dahlia centerpieces Open: Tnes., & Thurs. till 7:00 P.M. Here's a girl whose whole appearance spells style. Her green and matching candles. Open: Sat. till 6:00 P.M. tweed suit with boxed jacket is straight from the pages of Harper's The 8th grade won the room count. Bazaa1·. And her accessories point up the editor's report that "leather Nov. 8 has been chosen for the Harvest is big fashion news." The zippered. bag and cord-seamed gloves are Festival and the next P-T A meeting made of tan pigskin-a perfect leather in color and texture to go with will be Nov. H. rugged tweeds. \ The Court of Honor held by Boy Scout troop No. 17+, which· is sponsored by the Woodland P-TA, opened with an impressive candle lighting ceremony. Tlw Woodland Scout committee, . assisted by Commissioner Goodell and Executive John Raffctto, presented the charter to Mrs. Karl, Cordes, P-T A president. A comedy· skit was given and the following • awards were presented: Tenderfoot, Paul Pclesky; 2nd Class, Steve Kenworthy; !st Class, Jim McManus; Life Scout, Bob Matthews; Mer.it Hadges, Bob Mattews, Jim McManus, Darrel Ponders Ctirncr Heil, Robert Williams; Explorer Apprentice, Bob Matthews, Buzz Norwill, Pett~r P:1rks; Junior Leaders I Certificate, Bob Matthews, Jim McManus, Hilly Newcomer, Larry Ilartolatz, Bob Williams, Bryce and Dennis Moore. P-TA Year Bool\ A potluck luncheon was licld Oct. '7 I at the h~mc ()fMrs. K~rl C()rdcs . ~()~·I the purpose of completmg the P.;?!JCA year book. Present were Mcsdaines Tom Elsdon, Ben Rulyc, Flora Lester, Orin Stager, Polly Mullins, Nan Pad•# clford, Evelyn Starkcl and Oscar Ponders Corner LA 9390 Swalandcr. Preschool Oct. 20 All parents of children in kindergarten, the Preschool and others .inHours 7 Days A Weck terested arc urged to attend the Oct. 20 Preschool meeting as business vital to the bus problem will be discussed. In Your New Location The owner of the Woodland Bus Co. will be present. News of Scrvicct!!Cn Irvin Collier, who joii1ed the Air BEA t1 SKI PARLACOSKI, Owners Force June 22, is at Lowry Field, "Your 7 6 Dealer" Colorado, taking turret gunner ti'ain24 Hour Service ing at the Machinists school. Irvin graduated from Puyallup high school LA 2441 June 6 and i sthe son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Collier of Cedar road. 'Gordon Klatwittcr, son of Mr. and :Mrs. Willi;im Johnsoti of Cedar road, is also in the Air Force. He is at Parks Air Force Base at Oakland, Calif., taking basic training. Our best wishes to to these boys. In Your New Location

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When the S. S. Beaver Victory docked at San Francisco last week, bringing home the bodies of 22'1· Americans who died in the Korean conflict, included were two from the local area. They were Army lvf/Sgt. Alexander D. Arick, husband of Mrs. Signe G. Arick of 415 !20th St., Parkland, and Marine Sgt. Larry . D. Turner, son of Cloise H. Turner of Rt. 3, Box 34·6, Tacoma.

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United Methodist church on the Mountain Highway" will observe Layman's Sunday, Oct. 19, at the 11 o'clock hour. Will Traill, Parkland's conference lay member, will preside over the service and Harry Sprinker, lay member from the Fern Hill church, will be the speaker. His subject will be "The Duties and Responsibilities of the Layman." The choir, directed by Orville Weeks, will sing Henry Smart's "God Is a Spirit." Layman's Sunday has been changed from a date in February to Oct. 19 and will be ~bservcd in practically every .church. In the social realm the Coupfes club will enjoy a Halloween frolic tornor· rnw night, Oct. 17, at 8 o'clock in the ::hurch b<1sd11cnt. Sunday afternoon members of the M. Y. F. will join with other youth groups from all over '.he Tac01na-S•·attlc district in .a rally 1t Epworth Heights and Bishop A. ~aymond Grant will address the youth lfter the evening meal. This will be .he new bishop's first appearance bciore the young people of this district.

'"Spook Shuffle" Sponsored by Parkland Preschool as a benefit for the Parkland kindcrg:utcn, a "Spook shuffle"- will be held 'n Sunshine hall Saturday evening. Oct. 25. Donations will be 75 cents Guests arc asked to come in cottons and jeans. Music will be by Mildred Smythe and Co.; caller for square dances and mixers, Ed Nelson. Dorothy Anderson, GR 7401, is general chai1;man; Ruth Vanek, tickets; Jacq11c Ligncr, games and prizes; Bea Maves, check room; Betty Bohley, decorations_; Jua11ita 'Wold a11d Milli.c Kirk, kitchen and food; Deloris' Larson, clean-up. Be sure to come into the AVENUE FEED STORE and meet MIKE and IKE. Ike is being fed Corn and Barley while Mike is getting Purina Chow Mix Hog l'eed. Watch these 1wo pigs grow. See how l\fike will gain more weight at less cost per ponnd within the next two months.

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Two Spanaway women were reported slightly injured Saturday in a collision involvingthrcc cars at So. 19th and Market Sts .. Tacoma. Mrs .. Columbus C. Thornton suffered a sprained finger ancl Mrs. Maud M. Scott a forehead bruise, both released to their homes after trea tmcnt at the county hospital. Early Friday n1orning a car dri\·en by Charles P. Carlson left the roadway and crashed into a guard rail at Willows road when the drivcd dozed. The driver suffered facial lacerations and two passengers, Henry C. Barrett of 8233 So. Sprague Ave. and Cecil Kirk of Rt. 3, Box 585, Tacoma, were also slightly injured.

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Three residents of Times-Journal territory have had summons to appear for jury service at the forthcoming tcnn of the U. S. district court ·at Tacoma, bcginnin,'S' Oct. 20. Included ar<' Clarenu J. Ball, Rt. 2, Puyallup; Elba A. Campbell, Rt. :1, Box 379, Puyallup, and Orville R. Jones. Rt. J l. Tacoma.

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in either the n1a terfril or the coaching Thuis<l~~-October !6,_1952 ~-,-- 'I:~~_:r!~E_El-J()UR:~~r:_: 5 staff and!. after several poor. seasons I Repor~S j the pilot might casil~ h.ave preve.nted !every fire reported ten times than don't .think it is the quality of the, ,players. In ". _thrilling hard-to-belic.·ve.. '.'. pi-1 a n,taJ o. r . disaster. 'I.' orestry j have lire go unrep·o. rt_ The Big Ten race turned into a free socle, the' pilot of a special plane that stott d that they "uuld ro1thu h.i\ c ed lo1 ten mmules. for . all after last Saturdays games. \Vas broa<lcastiug a \VZtrning· about tlie ---Wisconsin, Iayored to cornc in ::d1c:.-id, danger of forest fires aclt!ally spotted suffered a setback at the hands of and reported a fire himself. A public Ohio State by a 23 to H score. As address systern 1nounted in the plane things .stand now, Purdue is the only \Vas being used to spread a "bad fire

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Collins Granf(e 'enjoyed a very in~ tcrcsting· program last Thursday night, -~ · pla. nned by the lectur.n, Mrs. Clara ~ Heindselman. Those that took part By \Vere Lois Croston, pi;_1no sell'ctiun; uridcfcatCd tca1n in the conference Patty Ann and Betty Lou Andrews, R~°i; McDonald a·nd could be Rme Bowl bound after song; \leronica Nusbaum, tnp· dances; their ·41 to 14 win owr Iowa. David Sek, elc'ctric guitar; two ac. cordion solos were given, one by Louise Jaycee Eleven Tops Police Tadich Wins Zelenak and one by Jimmy Andrews; In a bitterly fought game Sunday, Ted Tadich, the grnnd old man of Buddy Root, saxaphone selections, the Tacoma Junior Chamber of Comaccompanied by Marian Gainsley. A mcrce football team defe.atcd the Ta- bo_\vling, won the rinnual City Bo,vling skit, ·"Aunt Betsy Joins the Grange," coma Police Dept. 12 to 6. This con- match game championship and will was given by Mr. and Mrs. Parker test, witnessed by several thousand represent Tacon1a in the national and Mr. and Mrs. Nusbaum. Mrs. spectators, was as thrilling a football championship along with Frisco BurE. W. Purdue gave a reading, "A game as ,,ny played in tliis area in a -TI:Ctt. Blirne-tt, last year's entry autoVisit to the Shoe Store." Refresh- long time. Both teams played excell- matically qualifies for the nationals ments were served and a very enjoy- cnt football. The Jaycee eleven, led because of his fine shooting last year. able evening was spent by all. by Tippy Lockard and Lee Turnbull, HeJook 10th in 1951 against the. best Teen-Agers Party put together a touchdown in the in .the counlry. Tadich avcr;1gcd 212 The teen-agers wish to thank the third and fourth quarters for 12 pins per game during the current Fire department for the use of the points, while the Police, led by Vic fire.· station. S. cpt. 27; A going-away Ma.rtincau and 1:lill Kaw<ilski, scored Davey Meets Buccen<mi party"was given for Kenneth Lemmon their touchdown m the fourth quarter. -M . . 1tc op. . · · any and Gale.H o Iman. Th e two b oys were The game was marked with several m- I . . . . te-1ev1ewers f . w1 11 D1iave tD 1 · f' · h d . . . ·i portumty o watc 1mg ave avcy l f h home on cave a ter avmg 1ms c 1uncs on each side due to the roug 1 h II · l ' · basic· tra1nmg · · m· sa.n n·tego. and tumble play of both teams. Yours · t -e ·hf armer . p uva 1t~ their, •. upD 11eavywc1g B 1 1 ,l h · , mate punc 1cs wit 1 an uccerom Kenny went to N orman, Ok·a., tot e truly d1dn t fare too well and at r·• .. N. y J c· F 'd .· . I · on 1· . hud . up w1th . one broken leg. D.rom cw Navy school an d GI a e 1s us way present 1s . · · 1.or<. Jtyr'. •r1 ·ay•rn1nt. .· . · ]ies are wit · Jl Those Tacoma police . avey 1g to Japan. 0 ur b est w1s me tough boys. ,)" . ' a . pre nmnary . d 11tcrb w 1111c 111 tne-nort 11wcst -1s run1ore to e a·rnuc 1l them. Anyway the ga. me was a huge success . ·· .. · l ' B . . . v·mtor • . 1mprovec youngs 1er. UCCCl'Oill IS a I due to the f111c support of the fans. Ji 'dh' t' b d I r 1 t h ld Mrs. C. A. Holman is in Spokane Hunters Disappointment a;·· - •t.rng oy an t.1'; igi s ou visiting with Glenn Holman and fam·M any 1iuntcrs ..·. · .\Vere . . · d'. · t cd. In · be .a' thriller.. Buecerom. is favored isappo1n_ . be. · · cause",, of iJy. 1 o f- 11unt1ng t h e -_opening wee_' season, - a little more rmg · expenence. because - of the restrictions placed on Fire de- I the best hunling areas. D.ue to the dry weather condi.tions during the p21st

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\Vill rernain closed until rain reduces the fire hazards in our timberland. A few hunters came hack with deer but the aver~gc is n1uch lov.;Pr than in previous years. Several hunters reported good bird. hunting cast oJ' the inountains. P. L. C. Wins The Pacific Lutheran Gladiators unleased a clramatic passing attack against the Whitworth Pirates Saturday and walked off with the long end of the 14 to 7 score. Glen Huffman, Frank Kawaski and Art Swanson led the Lutes 'with a fine ground and air offensive. Stellar performers in the line were Ollie Magnuson, Ray Barnes and Chuck Forsland. Huskies Lose- Again The U nivcrsity of Washington Huskies \Vere used- as a doormat agaii1 Saturday when the U. of Illinois eleven hung a stinging 48 to 14 defeat .on our. boys. The. Illini, leading by a t}2 to 0 count at halftime, used their third and fourth string in the last half and still the Huskies ·were unable to show. any strength. It is the opinion of many people that we will find a new coach at Washington next year,: n1ine included. There needs to be a change

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Recently I reported that in another 25 years we expect the hospitalization of .a case of tuberculosis to be as rare as\ the hospitalization of a case 1 'of typhoid fever today. This seems like an overstatement of optimism i when we recall that only 50 years I ago T.B. was the No. 1 killer in the , U.S.A . ~and that only three years ago it was still the sixth leading cause of death in our State. However, our goal appears to be altogether reasonable to achieve. In three years we've already brought it ' down from sixth place to 10th.•. We have a well-planned program and adequate hospital facilities · through·out the State. This. is the first requirement if we're going to destroy T. B. and we've accomplished that. ·The second requirement for com· pllete eradication is an aggressive case-finding program'.

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MILK COWS, sold on terms. Gam- · mon, Rt. 3, Box 703, Tacoma, 4milcs south of Summit. l 6ctf REGISTERED Herefords; cows, heifers and bulls; also co1nn1ercial IIerefords, Angus and Shorthorn cattle. Phone GR 6112. 16ctf REGISTERED polled Hereford bull service. Breed the horns off. Phone GRG112. 16ctf with CHOICE weaner pigs for sale; Rt. I 1, 1'o.x 710, Burnett road bct\.vecn Oon Eastvold Airport and Knapp. 15c5 CASH FOR milk e~ws, beef, heifei:S, "The Political Campaign Moving veal and hogs. Call R. Thackeray collect, Puyallup 5 -54-14. 16ctf into tl;e Home-Stretch"· Last week we trm·clled O\'er 1500 3 HORSES-FOR SALE Reasonable. · i 2 ;lc ~year-old Bailey Hancock filly, miles on the east side and. also he~rcl broke. our .opponent nwkc his fi1t:St ma:1or l 5-year-old Morgan mare, very political blast. I. ~m glad i:'y wife, gentle. Elva, didn't hear ]~is speech, m which 1 Registered qual"ter horse mare. he, called. me some very unpleasant Will sell separately; phone Puyallup 5-2288: evenings, 5-7811. !6c5 names, for frar the welcon1e-mat . FOR SALE-=-Very g~;;i;J~idifl:~ n1ight no be out _on, rny return. horse with G-months-old mare colt, ~- It-is_my µpinion that nan1c-c~lh;tg, _J;_I25 for both, call GR Ml5. 1Gc5 political speeches ;.:ncl .mud-shngi_ng

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Z-Auctions

DEAD STOCK REMOVED WITH· OUT .CHARGE. Highest prices paid for tallow, hides, grease and bones. PUGET SOUND RENDERING WORKS. Phone LAkewood 2434. 13ctf WANTED Fryers and hens. Top prices paid. GR 3328. 13p7

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Parkland Realty Co.

Contents Hauled.Away HUTSON TANK CLEANING HI 3980 HA 7038

Insurance of All Kinds Notary Public Est. in Parkland since 1941 GR 7232 days; GR 8210 Eve. & Sun. 208 Garfield Street

UPHOLSTERING Recovering and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates

WHEN you have a real estate contract, and prefer cash, See Bratrud. When you have cash and want 5 or 6% interest, buy a contract. Better see Bratrud, 911Yo Pacific Ave. 9c5 N. P. HOSPITAL DIST. I HAVE several good buys in this district, priced from $1 D,000 down to $3,000. Look at 902 East Wright Ave., a truly lovely 3-bedroom home; large living room with fire· place, nice dinette and kitchen, "2 largc bedrooms .down, 1 and storage up; full basement with laundry and automatic 01! furnace; double garage. Ca. II R. ex Rector, HA 0365 or HI 8344 · $ 3500 .00 $500 DOWN-3 room, 3-pirrc bath; utility roo1n; very good location. Call Relph Decker for mor~ information. HA 0%5.

Parkland Upholstery GR 320!

Wells & Pumps COMPI,ETE JOB 36 MONTHS TO PAY

CALL TURNER GR 8103

SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Contents hauled away. Don Redford!' 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no answer call GA. 9222. 3ctf PLUMBING Rf.PAIRS •• Sewer Cleaning - Electric Pipe Thawing Call

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FOR SALE - Boy's 27-inch bicycle; excellent condition, $25; call GR 5344 after 6 p.m. 15ctf WOOD-Upland slab, 2 cords, $14; Legal Pub~ications planer ends, $4 and $8 loads. HI. 4056. 15ctf IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF HECKER the WRECKER - Used THE STATE OF WASHINGTON and rebuilt transmissions, also gears; . FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE all makes and models; phone PuyNo. 51511 allup 5-2141, days; Tacoma, HI Notice of Hearihg Final Report 3242, evenings. · 15ctf And Petition for. Distrib.ution UPLAND WOOD, 2 cords $14. GR In the Matter of the Estate of JOHAN 3306. 15ctf EVANS, deceased. Notice is hereby given that MINVALLEYT\)P SOIL, rich and black, any quantity. GR 7259. 15ctl NIE EVANS, executrix, of the state of Johan Evans, deceased, has been LEAVE FILM . AT .Quality Photo filed in the office of the Clerk of said Service for.developing. In at 10, out Court her· Final Report- and Petition at 5. 9510 Pacific Ave. 15ctf for Distribution, asking the Court to SEWING MACHINES Lowest settle said report, distribute the proprices in Tacoma. Necchi-Singer- perty to persons thereto entitled and White. From $29.DO. Central Sew- to discharge said executrix, and ing Center. 607 So. Pine. MA. that said report and petition will be 6393. 15ctf heard on the 27th day of October, FINE TOP SOIL 1952, at 10 a.m., at the court room of Rich and black; delivered. Call Puy- the" Probate Department of said Court, allup 5-822.8. 15ctf at which time and place any persons WANTED ..,... Chickens and rabbits. interested in said estate may appear Call us before you sell. Cape's Poul· and file objections and contest the try Market 7036 Pacific Avenue same. ' GA. 4406. Dated this 29th day of September, Tacoma, Wn. 15ctf' 1952. ROBT. L. DYKEMAN, Clerk of said Court. Machine Works By M. Skidmore, deputy. ;hop GR 7450 - Res. HI 6190 Puh. Oct. 2, 9, 16, 1952. Pacific Ave. at Brookdale GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS MOTOR REBUILDING Attorneys Lathe and Press .Work Office: National Bank of Washington Parkland Branch Bldg., Parkland AH Automotive Published in the Tirnes·J ournal Machine Oct. 2, 9, 16, 1952.

SUBURBAN REALTY

Pools Cleaned

FU 2400

CHILD CARE in my home or room and board; GR 3503. 14ctf DEPENDABLE CHILD CARE in my home for working mothers; ages 2 years and over; five-day week; GR 4389. Hcltf CHILD CARE - Uniler five; on bus 14cG line; GR 3426. CHILD CARE - In my home, days. GR '1104. 14-ctf

3 BEDROO:\f home about 3 years old. 2 lots beautifully landscaped and nicely fenced. Detached garag<·. A lovely place com·cniently located. Well worth the asking price uf $10,000. Call Mr. Inloes GR 362'! or HA 2547.

tractor work. Loosening ground and leveling. Average lawn, , $12.00. Don Abbot, GR. 3846. 3ctf l.•1UTO GLASS INSTALLED-Auto Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. 2200, Art's Glass Co., 815 So. Tacoma Ave. 3c50

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CHECK OUR LOW DOWN PAY· MENT INSURANCE PLAN. WE NEED listiogs of all kinds. Farms, GARDEN SERVICE acreage, lots, building sites, homes ROTO TILLING (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedLawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, rooms). We have cash buyers waitdressing maintenance. GA. 5885. HI. 2722. 3ctf ing. GRanitc 8905

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON }<'OR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE No. 54825 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of AUGUST BUCHER, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un-

TOTTEN REALTY, Inc.

LAND CLEARING and leveling;J reasonable rates 1Jyhouror co11tract;. frqri.erty .Ma11agement -,... Insurance . Rt. 7, Box 195-X; GR-429.4. 3ctf,·_· • ·,~~· ·····"'····Notary WE BUILD HOMES remodel· level Member of Tacoma Real Estate Boarcl buildings; concrete 'work. R~ason· Office: 328 Garfield St. GR. 3369 able. GR 3550.-3ctf. Homes . in Parkland Communilly; DRAINAGE - Septic tank installa- Acreage close in either with or wit'la· ti on; side sewers; earth work of any out building•. ' 'I> type; by hour or contract. Hauser ' & Seifert. BR. 9141; R.-:s. GR. 8121. [ 3ctf 11220 Pacific A\'e. Office-Days, GR 3341 Alan•s Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 SALES AND SERVICE Agent for American Express House and Commercial Makes Money Orders Motor Service Washer Service GR. 6662 161st & Paiific Ave. Next Door to Target Sport Store FOR RENT 2 bedroom home, J partly furnished, $55; lights and Spana way water included. 310 .So. 120tl~ ----lR.OTOVATING, blade work; no job GR 3558. lOc;i too s_mall. W. L. Lewis, GR 7492. HAL~ FOR RENT - ,~.t 11102 So. ~1,;;i,pJ 3ctf Yakima. For rnforrnat10n call HI 24-39. . lOctf HOUSE MOVING; leveling; founda�� ~~;;:;:;;:==========i~ · tions; cement work; free estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. Ditch digging. Truck loading. Complete tractor work. GR 5932. tf ,PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO I, Ah'p~ft & Pacific GR 3112

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Refrigeration

ALFALFA HAY ...,...- By the bale or ton. <?rass hay $1.00 per bale. Will take livestock ~n trade. Ddivery can be arranged. "nd hous.e past Roy Y on Mt. Road. . 15ctf

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WASHING MACHINE PARTS Largest stock in town. Repairing 0. B. ACKLEY HA 5704 that pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, 3722 So. G. GA. 5i15. I lctf RAY GOGAN STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 (:encral landscaping service new Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Established hnvns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, .in 1872. '1 lctf rockcrics. Nothing down, 36 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf

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SPECIAL - If you use oil to heat with and live within a 2-mile radius of lOOth and Pacific Ave., we. can offer you a real saving on your heating oils. Lapcnski Fuel Co. 9920 Pacific Ave.; Call GR 8173

·7-liatcheries SPECIAL - About 3000 reel cockerels the last off October and first part N ovembcr, Ile. La Crosse HatchPrv. Sun1ncr. 3-'.3] 22 7cT

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9_· Real -·-·Estate ·____ I HELP U REALTY $500 'DOWN '.' BEDROOM home in Parkland. Nice yard. Close to bus and shop· ping, $750 DOWN NORTH END-Older home, large living room, dining roo1n, built-in kitchen; 3 bedrooms up, bath, $3750.

5 ACRES COOD 3 bedroom home, large living room, built in kite.hen, modrrn bath, good barn, chicken house. This is a real place, $10500.00.

HELP U REALTY Airport and Lconards Crossing GR 3871 Day or Eve.

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USED TRUCKS One Price To Fit Every Pocket Book

LUCKY SALES And SERVICE

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FOR SALE Easy Washer, as is; washes good, $20; GR 4-125. 15c5 FOR SALE -"- One Cuh Tractor and FOR SALE Singer rlrop-l{;:;\d equipment. Also '51 Chevrolet Y2· Sewing Machine, electrified. Call ton truck. Call 5-8508 Puyallup HI 5264- after 7 p.rn. l 5c6 after 6. 12c6 -At Yelm. 2 bedroom d FOR SA.LE --.house_; bath, auton1atic electric water heater; wired no; lot 50xl40, fenced; city- watPr; closr. to school, Wishing to sell, are invited to call church and stores; Price $2500. Call or come in for appraisal and inforYelm 25'1·1. c21 mation concerning consignment of· FOR SAJ-:-F. - crrash Burner, $10. your car. Kncips Knicks-Knacks, Used Furniture and Antiques. 8237 Park Ave. HA 7110. 15c5 HI 5100 9415 Pac. Ave. and HA 5533 4532 So. Tac. Way HORSE SHOEING now available every day. Drop a card to Rt. 1, Box 475, Graham. J. R. Young. 16ctf

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first publication, Oct. 9, OTTO BUCHER Executor of Estat~, Rt. 1. Box 58, Snohomish, ·Washington. GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, Attorneys for Estate, Nat'! Bank of Wash. Branch, Parkland P. o_. 'B. ox 728, Parklnnd, Washington. . Published in ;_I1c Timcs-J ournal, Oct. 9,-16. 23, 19;J2.

FO.J;\SALE - Boys and girls bicycles, $b each; GR 5577. . .· 15cltf BABY FURNITURE, new and used. SMA.LL F. R.Y BXC. Fl . ., 1109 Mar.ket. · !Seti ROTTED COW FERTILIZER $1 SACK or by the yard; peat and • topsoil. HI. 405.5. 15ctf IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TIIE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE ·No.'54899 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of New Crop On Now HERMAN A. SIRLES, Deceased. Notice is hereby given thn t the un4 Miles So, Puyallup dersigned has been appointed and has TOWARDS GRAHAM qualified as Executrix of the above Letourneau's Puy. 5-6844 en ti tied est'a te; that all ptcrsons having claims against said deceased arc hereTAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Clas- by required to serve the same, duly ses. All ages. Mildred Keller, GR verified, on said Exccu trix or her at· 7881. · ' 15cd lorneys of record at the address below state, and file the same with the FER TILE, screened top soil; pulver· Clerk of said Court, together with ized peat; 5 full yards $8. All Kresse, proof of such service, within six GR 5192. 15ctf months after the date of Tirst publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication. Oct. 9, 1952. 5 YARDS $10; 4 Yards $8. FinMYRTLE SIRLES est black peat topsoil, state Executrix of Estate, tested, 1- fo 5-yard loads. Rt. 3. Box 844-, Lawn construction and rockTacoma. Washington. eries. Evergreen Landsc:iuGOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, ing Co. Attorneys for Estate·, Nat'! Bank of Wash. Branch, Parkland P. 0. Box 728, Parkland, Washington. Published in the Timcs-Journal Oct. 9, 15, 23, 1952.

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CREAM SEPARATOR-Like new; inns cvf'ry hour on the hour, usually sell or trade for pork, beef, or what O\-~:r a cup- of coffee:. I nn1 sure that have you .... I\lso children~s snO\V nw Scandinavian forefathers w~uld suits; HA 'i-330. 15p5 be, justly proud of their coffee dnnking descendant .. These many cups of Coffee are i;naking 1nson1?1a one of the ne\v issues of the campa1gn. . . The;_people ·-in smaller commu m ties, such as Waitesburg, Dayton, and Poll)eroy, appreciated seeing a candi· date for state office much more than thev do in the larger communities. i: ,,;as surpl'ised to learn in these commµnitics that no candidate for state Ladies Auxiliary offi~c on either ticket had paid .them The regular monthly meeting of the a ,;isit. One elderly lady came up to Ladies auxiliary will be held Thurs- meafter our meeting. in Waitesburg day, Oct. 23. Potluck luncheon at 12 ~nd said almost pathetically, "It is noon. Mrs. Mabel Munsey and Mrs. so nice ~f you to come." I couldu't Margaret Carmack will be hostesses. help but think of her the -following Family Dinner Party day when I was meeting a group of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Munsey were workers in the tri-city area as they got hosts at a family dinner party Sun- off shift. I .:Vas told by one, "He day, Oct. 5, at their home on Canyon wouldn't ·walk across the "blanketyroad, in honor of their soq Gale, who blank' street to meet any politician .. " together with his two life-long friends, La.st week a joint rally was held in Jim Fly and Gene Mczzine, both of Yakima for Gov. Langlie and me. In Puyallup, left T~csday mornin~ ~y my introducto1·y remarks, I was paying plane for Park Air Force Base, Cahf. the usual complimentary respect to the During- the afternoon and evening the Governoi· and while I thought I said };funsq<s held open house and many his honesty and integrity were above friends and relatives of the three boys reproach I inadvertently interjected called to wish them the best of luck. the word not before the word above, Visitors . which, of course, changed the meaning : Mr. and Mrs. James Blan-, Jr., ar· completely, much to my embarassme.nt. nvc<l Monday, Oct. 6, from TombThe other clay I paid a quick visit stone, /u·!z., where Mr. ~lair, Ji:,, has to my dad's home and while was be.en stat10ncd. Mrs. Blair, Jr., is the there. a lady called him and said she former Joy Munsey, daughter of Mr. ·had '.,.otcd for him in the primary and Mrs. E. P. Munsey. The Blan-s, election. She was wondering, as 1·eJr., will .leave Oct. 26 for Califorliia, turn favor if he would ta.kc her down where Jim will report to Camp Steven-·, to a Son; of Norway meeting that son for his ne~ assignm~nt. 1 night. I chuckled as my father made 4-H Harvest Dmner the necessary explanations and parThc Neighborhood ..W,<Jrkers 4-~ ticularly was amused at the great difclub held a harvest dm?cr for then- ficulty he had in avoiding <·scorting parents, brothers and sisters at the her to the Sons of Norway rneetmg that Canyon Road Community hall. Satur- evening. qay, Oct. 11, at 6:30 p.m. Their guest Next· week. we will be spending 0 [ honor, County Agent Florence Al- our tlme in the Seattle-Tacoma area kn, gav~. an illustrated tal.k qn 4·,H .with visits into southwest. Washington .;"ark. The ch:ib then _held it~ rcgttllilr schcditkd for the end of.the week. monthly mectrng am!m~.raHed tl).c fol, ., . h)\ving offiecr~: President~ 'Ell)~ii1 Yf:"i[_'. ,y,r.,. " - , gcr; vice-president, Nadine .Jdh!l8on;

CANYON ROAD

Harvard Midland Pr®sch(ll@I Oct. 22 a

The Harvard • :.V!idland Preschool will hold its regular meeting of the month Wednesday, Oct. 22, :it 8 p.m. in the kindergarten room of the Midland school. Mrs. E. H. Dictha rt, home economist, \vill l1r the guest speaker, a di's-

cmsion period to follow. A pleasant social hour will be enjoyed after the progrzin1, hostesses to be Mrs. James Hart·ley, Mrs. Carlton Smith, Mrs. Jerry O'Day and Mrs. S. W. Harris. Mrs. Kcnnet.h Lampitt, president of the Prcschoo'l, announces the foJ. lowing officers and chairmen: First vice president, Mrs. Jack Abstcn; second vice presirlrnt, Mrs. .James Kennedy; secretary, Mrs. Harvey V\leeks; treasun.T, 1\.1rs. Joint Craig. Hospitality, Mrs. Claude Blessing: publicity. Mrs. M~11·vin Creamer: sunshine~ 1\ Irs. IZennrth Crawford; finance Mrs. Ernest Hubachf'k: rf'C· ord buok, Mrs. James Hartley; history book, Mrs. Jerry ()'Day. 1

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Part-Time Employment A number of boys and girls enrolled _at PLC arc in freed of part time work.to hdp finance their school year. They offer quite a variety of skills, together ;,,ith a.lot of youthful. energy and enthusiasm; and could well be ~onsidcrcd valu_able asset in the local labor field. Anyone having an opening for one of these young people is asked to contact the College. Coach Marv Harsh' man will be glad to talk with anyone having a job, especially if a big husky athlete is suitable for th~post, but any messages ldt at the PLC switch board will be given 'prompt attention.

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FOR SALE Fresh 3-year _old telli.,-encc of the voter nor are they Jersey cow: also heavy springer well rccei,·cd. hc~fers; Bangs vaccinated; $250; W r ha\'c spent much of the week David 0. Reichlein, Rt. 1, Box 53, Roy. 16p6 \·isiting s1nall cqnununitics with mcct-

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE No. 54957 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of TJARK U. PETERS, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the.. undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the above entitled est.ate; that all persons having clanns agamst said deceased. arc hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorncys of record at the address below stated; and file the same with the Clcrl5 o~ said. Court~ togct~;~ with proor or sucn service, wnnin ~1x months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, Oct. 9. 1952. AGNES GHILARDUCCI Executrix of Estate, Rt. 3, Box 738, Tacoma, Washington. GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, Attorneys for Estate, Nat'] Bank of Wash. Branch, Parkland P. 0. Box 728, Parkland. Washington. Published in the Times-Journal Oct. 9, 16, 23, 1952.

er, Edith Fish. Entertainment by the 'l-H group and refreshments concluded an enjoyable evening. Their next meeting wm be held T-iov. 8. Vacation Trip Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Niquette of 8-lth street, had a very enjoyable vacation trip which included a visit with old friends in Yakima, Idaho and Oregun. After 10 days of "touring" they returned home by way of the ocean beaches. Horne Again Leonard Fish, Lester Robinson and Harold Harden have returned to their J1omes after a tv:o weeks vacation. at Oroville, at the home of Mr. Fish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Spcione, more. During this time they picked apples and tried their hand at panning for gold. They brought back a . small souvenir of their ability as prospectors. Better luck next time, boys. Mrs. Hanson Ill We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Mary Hansen has been ill. Mrs. Hansen is the president of the Ladies Auxiliary and we ·hope she will he recovered in time for the next meeting.

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Rufus Parker, acting Sc:outmastcr of Boy Scout troop No. 103, is broadcasting an appeal to hunters who have deer skins which they don't want to give them to the ·scouts, who can use them in their work. The Scouts will have the skins tanned. Skins may be left at the Avenue Feed Store or will be picked up if Parker is notified at GR 86·11.

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WISCONSIN CLUR of Tacoma -will hold the rcgtilar monthly potluck supper at 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 19, in the basement hall of the Odd Fellows temple.

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• Reservations for speakers may be made by calling Murphy at Broadway 7439, or by leaving word at the ma.yo1·'s office, Taco1J1a city· hall. Organizations are already bearing 4bout the need for such a building, because of the inadequate office space, and the dangers from fire and. carthqu,ake in both the county court house and the Tacoma city hall. Engineers. of both structures have found court house timbers eaten away by dry rot, and point out that storage vaults for valuable'. records in the buildingss ar~ not fire-proof and are totally inadequate. Vaults are designed to ward off small blazes, but because they stand. on heavy wooden timbers they ,are 1!ot protected from fire from beneath. Organizations already on recor? supporting the need for a new countycity building inclµde the Central Labor ..Council and .the Tacoma Cham" bcr of Commerce. · · Roger McDonald, junior partner of Pochcl Distributing Co.,· and. a member of the 20-man advisory commiUec i assisting the Pierce county and Tacoma city commiss'ionCrs, urges all voters to get out and vote for the proposed county-city· building in the Nov. 4 election. "People shou.ld realize the urgency for making arrangements to replace the dangerous, .obsolete · buildings be~ ing used by the county and the city' at present. Even if the voters approve the new buildings at this election, it will be 1954. before financing details are complete and contracts let, with at least another year elapsing before the new buildings are ready for use," McDonald declares. '"Let's start the ball rolling NOW; it's later than you think."

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Times journal v 8 no 5 oct 16, 1952