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I U. S. POSTAGE PAID Sec. 34.66 P. L. & R. Parkland, l,\iash. Permit No. 9

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Orthopedic Sylvia Storaasli Orthopedic Guild will meet for· 12:30 lunchcoq Thursdav, Nov. 6, at the home of Mrs. S. 0. s . r1 I'> 17 s 0 p 1 t St .. th " toraas , .... • ~-s ., \\.I Mrs. W. W. Anderson as co-hostess. · "d M rs. T . S . Fl cmmg prcs1 cnt w1.11 ·d ' prest e. .

The night of Friday Nov. 7 prom. . b·· · ' f . h' s an ISes to e a notous one or t e p av'l'ay area. The Spanaway P-TA an. . . S' nual earrnval will open m the pan· h h 1 away school at 5: 30 wit t e urna dcl.icious dinner for the whole family.

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Central Avenue Preschool will hold ~ d"'>m I!., !!UC ; bake sale at the Sumn,it Trading rOU'ff!lll ...,_~M~ II" II.. By Clarence La Crosse Co. store Friday, Oct. 31, beginning Organization of a Young Dcmo' BOXHOLDER OR OCCUPANT crats club at PLC was .completed last One of the most beautiful neon si.gns ~. Something new has been added over Z. A. Van.c is one candidate who at 10 a.m. · RURAL ROUTE of the Tacoma area has just been at the Washington Horsemen club. does not claun to know all the an· week, with officer• elected Monday. POSTMASTER-If unable to deliver, completed for the Park 'n' Shop Super · Always an aggressive club, this organ- swers. He does, however, feel that he John McBride is president; Nick return postage is guaranteed. Glaser, vice president; Jane Pederson, Market at 98th and Pacific. Standing ization now comes up with something can have a lot to say about the state's The Parkland Methodist church! secretary; Sharon Morgan, treasurer; full 60 feet high, the sign carries the CJ~tirely different ... a jumpers' group affairs at the next session of the legis. . name "Park 'n Shop" in vertical arwho_meet every other Sunday at one ·l~turc. He. says there are .a ]ot of very ladies are ·1:olding a bake sale ~t the Conrnd Simons~n~ sergeant-at-arms; By Morns F~r_d, S~penntendent , rnngement with the letters outlined in Editor's Note-The following art- !';m. Horse.s are_ ~andicapped accord-f·fme candidates. "'.ho desire !o repre- Parkland Light & Water Co. office on I Jack Hoover, social secretary. Committee heads are Shirley . Afler the a1ttcle m last weeks red and green neon, the colors con- icle, submitted by the Pierce County 11'.g to their ability, the;cfore a be- sent the people 11'. its la"'.-makmg body. Tuesday, Nov. 4, beginning at ID T1me~-Journal there have been _some stantly alternating and changing in Hospital in response to an inquiry by gmner has a chance to wm. . Ho_wcver, he bclte~es his backgrou~d, a.m. Mrs .. Rufus Harvey is in charge. Rogers, publicity; Larry Anderson, quest10ns asked as to why two millage vivid effects th ·r· J · ... "d d . Ab.out. 15 turned out the first Sun- trammg and. experience can make him transportation; Myrna Berg, recep· . . . . d f Id b · e 1mes- ourna1, gives a v1v1 wor . . . . ff . . . f p1opos1t1ons, mstea e The words "Super Market" . t urc o f th c average d ay ,s exc1.t..1ng day to ormulate BAKE SALE ! lion; Dick Nelson; music; Sharon , occu ~ pie h N h b o one, won ·. ,- for. . .this event with Jean Caddt- quite e ect1ve m helpmg . A bake sale for Saturday, Nov. 8, Morgan, finance. on t c ov..4 t a 1lot.. . . . pying a horizontal space just below the routine at the hospital's emergency g":n s pi;s.ty Rock~r and Sgt. S;ney's the prog.r~m that will mean so much The school budget 1s d1v1ded rnto towering vertical se.ction arc in red d . t t })en.ah t1emg for fHst place, the jump- to the citizens of this state. He does at the Novotney Bros. Shop-Rite store - - - - - - - . - - - . - - - - - - - · By Clarence I,aCrosse J two principal parts, general fund and neon the ablong surro~nded by a c~ar m.~~ · 0 f . . h d th off placiRg Denali in first place. not claim to have a panacea for this is announced by the Harvard-Mid1 b ·1d· f cl Tl f ·t d · ' · wai mg sirens is ear as e D. · · D · I Cl · · R · · · I d d d"f" I In dis cu. ssing the rnunly-city bu.ild-1 UI. mg un . . 1e. new urm ure ~n border .of small flashing white lights,. Count.y Sheriff's ambulance. pulls to .·.·. ,Jm1ty ee wit 1 , at~e e1smger very mvo vc an . h icu t matter .. land Pi-eschool. Chairmen are Mrs. l aCROSSE PRINTERS inf!; further with ,.,11.; 0118 people after equipment gomg mto the new high On each side of the base is a large a screeching halt at the emergency alioard and Shamrock with Barba:a The peoi;>lc of the Stat.e o'. Washmg- Hubachek, Mrs. Creamer am] Mrs. ' · · ' 1 last week's artidc I was vny pleased I school and grade school i: c.lassed as illuminated clock, easily visible by room entrance with a distressed young h,uyt at the controls b~th tur.n'.'d m t?n by theu- ".ery votes md1cate a .de- Bagley. GRanite 7100 to find so many 1wopk of the same a pm~ of .~1e;e ne.wh ~ut·l1~1.ngs fan~ traffic from both directions. woman in labor-a true emergency. A cl;~n pe:rformanr.cs; Miss ~e!Slnger, s1~t; ~or [ ccrt:;rn reforms and scrv'.ces opinion that I have «"Xprcsscd. must e pat or .\v1t. }Ul tng; un The sign was erected by A.rrow quick look at the patient dc\crrµines \V~t1 a .tnne of 31·.1, and· J\.f1ss Hoyt v,r11c o ten t.1mes :ncrcases costs w1thOne thing mighl be said in demoney. Money for tlus fu;id must be Signs, Inc., and the iron work by that there is a complication involved, with. 33 .1. out the public bemg too fully aware . 1·cgard"1ng voted by no Ballew's Barbara Hovt first of It. When the PERSOt~ fcnsc Of tile Con,[ r 0''"crsy . f the Ipeople h and. rncludcs . · · Trailer & Welding Shop a con1p1·1ca t.ion w h ose h an di.1ng d c~ . .Miss , : also placed . . . votin[\ . ' public dcm'l;lJ.dS the final selection of a site for the money rom ot 1er t an .d1stnct sources. both Tacoma firms. Local labor was tennincs whether o1: not this patient in, the. four foot jumps ndmg that ;nor:' ~xpcnditurcs m the way of scrvcounty-city building in case it does A_s you know, the State has already used exclusively. and her baby will survive. The house beauty Shamrock. . 1c; It is only natural to ass~me there pass the approval o{ the voters is 'given. us $1,151,808.67 for the con-' The sign is already attracting much physician rapidly examines the paSgt. Seney and Jack Caddigan '!,re will be an ~cc.°mpanymg bill to pay. 0 that the county commissioners arc s:ruct10n of the high scho.ol an~ the 1· attention and is destined to become tient, a laboratory technician is sum-. t? be con~ratulatcd. u.pon the forma-. To hold w1thm the rc_ve_nucs of the '.'The Mayor of Ballard" the ones who have the say-so in re} ederal g~vernrnent has given $360,- a landmark in the community. Park maned, blood samples are drawn, and t1~m of tlu.s new act1v1ty for the club state "."he.n our populat10n ts on ?uch gards to the selection of the site. 600.00 fo1 the new grade school. I 'n' Shop, open .continuously, maintains a laboratory analysis follows. The , ;· . it will afford many . a plrnsant; a rapid mcrca.sc ." truly .a d1ff1cult Perhaps all the smoke screen being The .o;cncral fur;d, used for main- the only 24-hour prescription depart- patient's critical condition docs not ho~; for thos.c who lov~ to test the ! problem and w.1se 1s the. lcg1slator who raised in regards to the location has tcnance and operatton of the schools, is ment in this scc(dm and the sign, mean that birth of the baby will be abiJ1ty of their m~unts. m that spec- can off'.'r. ~ ".111ck solution. been all in vain as it will be the sole made up of money from local, State visible for a long distance, will be in- immcd.iate and careful handling of ta<"ul~r eve.n: . ·. Jumping. .':he m1ttat1ve and referendum propresponsibility of the county commis- and Federal sources. The amounts valuable in quickly locating the store the patient with intravenous fluids . This activity is ?pen. to any and all osit1ons arc a test on the average voter KING TV & RADIO STAR sioners to make the selection of the from these sources vary from y~ar. to at night in emergency cases. and other medications widely nc.ces- .who have a genu~ne mte~est. Please a'.'d. he should well. understand t~e "tc . . . not ti·ic. c1"t y counc1, . 1 no t th·c year as well . callPLA.kl 4513 d1fftculty of the legislature when it S1 , as from distnct to distrtct. ,sary, arc. s t ar t·d c . Tl. us st ory b eg1ns cl for • . mformat10n. C 0 voters . . . just the three commission- Districts with high per pupil valua- I) and ends in the emer,;ency room with.ar an. R1dmg lub Western must resolve itself on so many more crs. Whether or not they will be sus- ti on receive a lesser percent of State I'• • anSOO in a short space of 3,5 minutes. , .Dance Nov .. 15th. . and. new questions afftct'.ng th'.' state's. ceptiblc to the wishes of the majority money. Our general fund budget this Ten minutes before this patient Its a rnght of d.ai:cmg for; membe:s ?us1i:css and welfar'.'. :It 1s an mtercstof the county residents will be seen year for· the Franklin Pierce schools . leaYes the emergency. room a 78 _year- j of_ the Parkland R1dmg club and their mg iob and yet a difficult one. . . passe d . is .~609-, 8+2 · 07 · Of Dr. G. .Hanson, osteopathic . b y 'private. . ·I fnc.nds next • November 15th . whenf . a ft er th e I)011 d issue is . this amount the . . Joseph . . . . o Id gen ti cnlan arnves. vc~ _ h-_-_ local -1 district furnishes $26 ' 004: 17 phys1c1an, IS opcnmio; hJS office m th~ l . l . kl y 1ook·s t. WI! 1 present an even mg 0 ......s ... cn....,,nll'll""'S . p·1crce A sI{S M"ll F ran kl 1n 1 age ...... 11c e. Th e nurse on d uty qu1c : --··at group . h S . Livi w llw ~.._· . V t y (4.3~·o of the total) the State furmsh- Parkland area on Monday, Nov. 3 . . t ti . , t". ·t ·. 1 d r11tertarnment at t c unshme ha 11 rn Th . 1 1 15 •0 e cs 1 · $524 119 81 (86 go') d ] ·- The new address will be 11112 Pa- a ie pa ier, . as e • pace_ on a '1 Pai·kland. Tickets may be obtained rec .nnportant changes are re-· If you haven t been out to see the es . . ' · · 10 an t le .re T A h R ll D stretcher. He 1s breathmg with rd(C t" d p G) ported this week by a Parkland firm. new Franklin Pierce high school out· maunng $52,717.99 comes from reim- ct ic ve., next to t e exa rug at1vc comfort and states that he wants .on rnue on age Formerly known as the Garfield St. "' , d A. . . d . bursements, rentals and Federal allo- store. t b t f d · d. t 1 t th 'ii" • T" d R · · .a t P or ti an d a><.nuc an. upmt roa. cations Office hours arc 9 _12 and 1, 30 _5 , 30 o ~ rnns ~rre. 1mme 1a ey o e •iUrkev Dinner v ~n ad10 Service, located at 509 1 , do so before the dect10n l'<ovember · · . M d h h F "d . S da I Manne hospital m Seattle. An emergl . Garfield street and owned and oper+th. Here is one of the finest high Money from this general fund is f on ay t roug, n ay,b atur . ~ ency call establishes his eligibility, . Sponsored by. the 0. E. S. Aux'.!- ;ited by Bill Black the business is now schools in th<" &tatc of Washington. used for salaries, text books, supplies, a ternoon appointments Y spccia the lung disease is described over the · H\ry, a turkey dmner and bazaar will Jack's TV d R' · ·th , · .. . . ·. arrangements I ·. J hr.. h · 1d h F H.ll . . an epair, w1 space m 1 M asomc Of courne it isn't quite finished yet fuel, utilities, etc. A large part of the · telephone by the house doctor, and .· e. at t e · em the same building with Parklandbut it is coming along just fine, thank; State's contribution to the general arrangements are made for an am-1 Temple, 84th and Park Ave., Sat- Brookdale Electri~ at 13022 Pacific to the fine leadership of a mighty fine fund is based. on the ave~age daily lmlance. Within about 45 minutes urday, .Nov .. 1. The doors o~en at 4· Ave., and owned and operated by Jack supcrintcnd~nt and an equally fine ~ttendai:ce o'. the precedmg year, and fr01;i the time the patient is admitted, p.m. with di~ner serwod, family style, Neely. The finest in TV service is board of chrcctors who have nursed m d1stncts hke ours, where. we have he JS on his way. f~om 5 to 7 o clock. Adults are cha1ged· offered by the sho . this project along since its inception had a large, continual growth each Voters today were mgcd to "reBy this time a Police ambulance. $,1.50, 8 to 12 years, SOc; 8 and under, While there is pno connection bein J 9+9 wlwn Franklin Pierce school year, it has been necessary to skimp member, and vote against, Initiative has been waiting five minutes outside 3/'ic. Boot~s for fancy wmk, baked tween the two businesses, customers district was formed. It has been the on purchases of texts, library books No. 18+, because it is the most risky of the emergency room entrance an.d foo?s, w~ite ele~hants and other of. both will benefit by having firms Garagemen dream ;wd the ever-pressing pcrsevcr- ~n~ supplies, as well, as to curtail and expensive piece of business on the by the time the elderly gentleman has art;cks will lend mterest to the oe- offering sales and servicing of TV sets anc"<' of Morris Ford and his board of mamtcnancc and improvem7nts of November ballot." been discharged, we find this new casion. under the same roof. Filling Station dircrtors--Chester Larson chairman grm,mds and buildings.' The Washington Conference on patient being restrained on a chair Attendants of the board (Central A'<~nue); AnWe must. have new texts, ~d~itional State Finance said the initiative would by two police officers. A very strong Preserve Your Right to drew Christia nscn, clerk of the board te~chers, library books, bu1ldmg re- add more than . $81,000,000 to the ·odor of alcohol is evident and· the Initiative. Farmers Union (Midland; G. O. Stovner of Parkland, pairs, from the general fund. We state's public welfare cost and boost patient's behavior indicate~ him to ·Local 425 Says The highlight of the Oct. 18 meetOlaf Jordahl, Parkland, and Matt 1 must have such eqmpment as seats, the present outlay to 'the staggering be on the verge of becoming mentally ing of the Lacamas 4-H Sewing club on Manley of the Collins district-who 1· shop tools, home. economics equip- figure of more than $255,000,000." disturbed-he "has the snakes." He CUSHION have brcn instrumental in the rapid mrnt, typewri:crs, busines smafhines, Don 11. Follett, chairman. of the is taken into a dressing room back of was the election of officers. Lenore growth of the district which only a laboratory equipment, gym equipment conference, said the estimate on cost the emergency room and requires the Erick~on was chosen president; Janice few years ago employed 67 lcachern for our new schools from t~e building was based on official social security temporary attention of one of the Smith,, vice .president; Sally Keevy, Extra soft, resilii;nt, (Continued on Page 5) fund. . . . department studies. The increase, he police officers besides the n.nrse . to secretary, and . Sharon Plumlee, responge rubber insoles porter. •After die meeting, ·a. surprise ------c-.. Your schools ask t)l','t you vot~ said, wouid l?e ''disasJrous to th" prepare Nm for a tornPl~t~exarni,naare.covered with leather '')"~s'\o.ll b()th !TI.i!I'.'~<! iss~.e$, ','tthe statt's · fin;,ndal structur,:,. alreatly: tion. ,.With som~ 011joliti~,: thi'r pe.tj,ent. ro.nv ..,Vas he.Id in honor of SaJly t~- :gi·v~:_:taS!-~nk-- ~-o·mrqr·e~ ~pyernber ~th elec\1on. ,Ou rmcreas- overloaded." He said the only safe wh.o has been uncooperative fro!TI .the :J.).x:_e_{?y. ---Refres'.hme~ts w_ere sc_tved;Members of the sewing dilb are: 7 to 8.-lh. average mg populallon dcma11ds that we make action would be to defeat the initia- beginning, finally is examined for provision. now to take car;, of the tive and turn the responsibility for blood pressure, pulse, a che.ck on· the· Sandy Wood, Sally· Kcevy, Mary school children of tomorrow. I hey are welfare legislation over to the state heart, lungs, etc. This man doesn't Mock, Lenore Erickson, Christy H u n t e rs' .AII-Aclivity your children. VOTE! legislature. seem to be too sick physically but he W·o·o· d, J.anic·c·S.mi.th, E.· !sic Trusler,,,. "Ontdoor.smen" Accidrnt InSturdy Brown In Pierce county, the added cost had too much alcohol for too long a Georgi'an Er.ick.s.on, Kr.thy Smith, II surance~ -All Risks C~vered Jane Allen, Marion Marvin and Elk Leather of Initiative No. 184· would be an period of time. A special intravenous for as little as $1. l 0. Neo·Curk estimated $9,379,800, he stated. mixture has been prepared by another Sharon Plumlee. Mrs. Allen is exThe main item of discussion for the "The voter who does not want to nurse on duty a"nd with considerable pected ·to be at the next meeting, · 011 • Resisting Nov. 13 meeting of the Parkland Com- jeopardize the state's financial struc- more cajoling and assistance the Nov. 8. Soles and Heels munity club at the Parkland school ture should make it a point to re- medicine is finally given. The patient 11 ALSO DUCKS, GEESE, HENS B, C. D. E Widths will be the proposed Parkland area member Initiative No. 184, and take relaxes and is covered up and left to Erncsi Harmon - Avycc Coombs AND FRYERS sewer and sewage disposal plan. Pres~)920 Pacific Ave. action to defeat it,' Follett said. The rest for a short while. Another 45 (fl fl ident Elvin Krumm urges all resiconference chairman pointed to the minutes have elapsed, dents of tbe community to attend. fact that present state financial diffiWhile the first house doctor was cultics can be traced directly to Ini- examining this patieµt, an emergency tiative 172, enacted in 1948. That ini- call is acc.epted by the Department 411 Garfield St. (In the Parkland Centre Bldg.) There will be a card party Satur- tiative plunged the state into deficit and the other doctor goes upstairs to day, Nov. 1, a.t 8::l0 p.m. in the Ben- financing, and the trend was not re-1 deliver a baby. Across from the Parkland Post Office ston Grange lrnll. Pinochle and 500 versed .until Initiative 178 was passed Wh. ile t?is h~s been. going on .. an GR 3526 OPEN 10-6 After you've voted, for 11009 Pacific Ave. old auto JS dnven up to the front will he played. Admissiop is 50 cents. two years ago. snacks while li;tcning to the reentrance of the hospital and the turns - Cookies - Cakes or Breads switchboard operator has notified the j emergency room that another patient for Sandwiches. ls corning in. An attPndant brings out a wheelchair and a young man with a rather blank expression is brought 209 So. 84th HI. 4072 down to the hallway of the emergency (Continued on Page 6)

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with

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lint Stafinless Steel Slotted poons ..... Hannburger Turners or Racks .

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DUNCAN CRYSTAL

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tcarn. Several of the younger

players nrc rounding into shape and will L>e a big help very soon. Few Deer Taken The l952 deer season has been one of the most disappointing for the local hunters in n1any years.· Due to the dry \vcnthf'i-, n1ost of the arras where the huutcrs usually have good hunting were clusccl until the last kw days of the season. 'Even after these areas were rcopcn:d, the deer ~'ere very S}'.arce. Dut: to' tlH: f1:'"'' deer taken so far, Covernor _LnngliC_·-,i~ con.sic'lr·~ing__ ,an_ l~X­ tension of the hunting season. -An· announc.cment from his office is expected c;.1rly this week. Troy Fumbles I am not sure whether the followiu14 par;JgTaph should conic under the lic;iding of sporls, but our present Attorney General, in n1y opinion, i_? a poor sport, so I will include my remarks under this heading. It is certainly a sha1ne when a state offi('.c holder stoops as low as <li<l Smith Troy to try ~o salv;1gc a hopeless victory

JOIN THE FUN

Gift Sets of 4

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And His Orchestra

7 Miles East of Pacific Ave. on Airport Road Dancing 9:30-2 Admission: $1.00

Patl'ick, the Tacoma Rockets have started to move up tlw ladckr in the W cs tern Hockey league standings. Proving Patrick's theory !hat he has a high scoring tcatn, the Rockets pep· pcrcd the Victoria net for 7 goals in their victory over the strong Canadian sextet. The steady, capable Wingy Johnston is playing brilliant hockey and is the key to the success of the

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c1urin,t.:( the garnc and, hit hin1 repeatedly wjth pa~ses for good gairrn.

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plays and kept the Indians completely baffled for the first three quarters of the game. In the fourth quarter the Stanford team took to the air and managed to score two touchdowns, but the Huskies had piled up an advantage and their victory was never in clanger. Nu g c n t, Kyllingstacl and Lariza, the liuskies' running attack, ripped off 189 ya rcls for one of the best shoVi.iings on the ground by thr U. of W. this y"ar. Gcorgc Black, the. liig; encl, \vris ll'einrich's Jnain t<1rgc1·

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need for better management in Olympia, since this case, along \Vith SCVw era. I thousand others, should have been , acted upon some time ago. I, for one, 1 \Vould like to srr son1e nrw faces in : Olympia, especially in tlll' Attorney I General's office and in the ufficc of' the state auditor. The odor is tcriffic.

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SIMMONS WORKS FOR FIREMEN AND POLICE Rep. Simmons is an ardent supporter of better. conditions for our firemen and police depts. He sponsored, the Firemen's Civil Servi.cc act. Also th~ Police, Pension bilL . He js RLEDGEP to work for a Cuunty En1ploy.ee's Civil Service, including ALL employees. He is I 00.% for .a Statewide Civil· Serv.· ice and M'erit System.

of Bonney

AGRIC1JLTURE A~D ·

SIMMONS Rrp~

s·i1n1ilon·s . js _a Gr~ng~".' mastcl' and works closely· with the Farm program. He· was . the Sponsor and '.Leadc1· for our Ex; pcrimcnt Station ·Act. Thru his efforts nt the last session of the lcgislat\.lre our Puyallup Experiment Station received $87,000.00 appropriation, fpr . land procurement. Let's keep him in Olympia to ke<'p uJ} the ~good work for our agriculture program.

Reg; K;enneth H. Simmons of the 25th District• of Pierce County can be c'tedited· with a great effort• ti:'' sec.Ltfe an adequate Highw.aY: Program. He was the Sponsor of the SU M•N ER· BUCKLEY Highway. Rep. Simmons, as cosp6nsor of the Primary and Secondary Highways that were in' clu.dcd .in our important 15-year High,ytay Program. This included Tacoma to Milton, Tacoma-Puyallup' River Road widening, Milton to Edgewood, Airport Road, Meridian Street in Puyallup and other<. Rrj). S!rnmons is pledged to work for the continuation of State Highway .direct thru Graham from Puyallup to the Mountain. He has and is working for the Cascade Tunnel.He worked and assisted in the· Buckley to Rainier School Street., He will extend every effort to finish the Milton Highway.

Mus.t Pay For Past Mistakes

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Vole Against Initiative 184

foitiative No. 184 is more costly in many ways than Initiative No. 172. lt' proposes a $7.5 monthly, floor under welfare payments as compared with $60 in the earlier measure. Department of SociaL Secur· ity estimates that Initiative 184 increase wdfare cost.s $8G million d\.Jring· the next biennium appear conservative. Only· new·taxes can supply such a sum. Unless. you have plenty of money left over after meeting your pres~nt tax bi~!.

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Refuse Cc. Large or Small Gravel - Fill Dirt - Top Soil Ed Van Antwcrd GRanitc 3161

Weekly GARBAGE Collections Phone GR. 8688 ··-····-·"~---··---

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THEY DO Ii IN NEW YORK! WHY NOT HERE IN WAStHNGTON? 1

Today iri New York State, at the insistence of that State s lnsuronce Com .. missioner, individual passenger ciutO owners ore now buying insuronce on a preferred risk rate plan, designed to reward the accident~free drivers

with- lower rates..

The same plan was offered to Washington State but the 20-year Democrat incumbent has neither accepted it ilor offered a substitute pr_ogrom of

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( Contim1ed from Page 1) to now when the.district-employs 116 teachers. One of the most am~zing th.ings of this phenomenal growth and the end results of having such a fine high school is the small amount of money which the residents have actually put into this huge project. Consider this . . . only about 4.3 % of all the one and one-half million. dollars of the project l1ave been paid for by the taxpayc1:s of the Franklin Piene district. This lias been possible because of state and federal fonds obtained by your .,:board und superintendent at great personal \York on their1 part. · I don'f want to scare you with a lot. of figu-rcs . . . l have a reason in giving you those that I have, however, ~··1 because. I w_ant you to think a bit before· now and. November 4th when •·you go to the' polls to V()te for many issues, many office seekers and many requests for bond issues. On that ballot for voters of the Franklin-Pierce school district will be a r~quest for 30 mills for a period of one year .•• These thirty mills are for the equipping of the new schools in the 'amount of 20 mills w h i c h . will .raise .approximately $10Q,OOO and ten mills for mainte.nance and operation of those wonderful new buildings which will

his own_ Change to an energetic insurance commissioner-Fred Becker, a career insurance man-who will provide real leader$hip in solving' insurance

Progress

problems ••• who will work for adoption of a sound plan for rewcrding drivers with lower auto insurance roles!

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HUGH B..

Berkeley Water _Systems

MITCHEll

Capable> Experienced· Drillers Notbiqg Do\vn-3 Years to Pay

Democrat

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Large variety of good beers and wine - largest display of magazines in Tacoma - household hardware - gifts seasOI'!.al and.variety Hallmark greeting cards - a complete drug department -- good restaurant featuring borne cooking... -. Sherwin Williams paints and Kem-Glo -·good lineof sugar-free and diabetic foods - many imported fish and cbeese. foods. Good line of childrens' toys and books.

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I~~ telephone calls, one from a. mother witWches •.tarts ~t 7h:30 to ~ 1:30. _ ear Jca_ns 1s. t _e ·warn1ng . . a 1so with a sick baby, another from a diaYOUR NEXT For The llEST if you are liringinl'( a g'ucst please call betic patient who- is worried about a, Juan Klippen at GR. 6057. change of urinalysis noticed on ex·lfo * * ari1ining the evening specimen, another can from a nursing home for directions as to what to do with a disturbed patient, and at kast one or two calls from newspaper reporters inquiring ab0 u t the condition of the accident victim we were' caring for; In ;talking with Dr. Brady about the . patient care in the emergency room at I Designers and Builders the County Hospital, I have begun to I realize that perhaps the preparation Expert Workmanship of a patient for care and the coReasonable Prices ordinated team work might perhaps Easy Monthly Payments explain why at times it is hard for the ·layman to appreciate the fact that care is actually underway for .the 12 to 8 P. M. patients from the time of their arri,;al without any actual kno;:vledge HI. 9515 by those who brought the patient to Garfield St. Parkland the hospital, as to its relative import-

WILLOWS BARBER SHOP

OPEN

VAUGHAN'S

Mostly About Horses · (Continued from Page One) from must of the members. Mr. Larry Kirkwood will ·lend some uf his ·outstanding ability at the mike to the oCcasion _whCn he emcees the event for the group. More about this later.

SUNDAYS PARKLAND GRILL

rs. Thomas A. Swayze REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATURE 26th DISTRICT

What You Should Know About Her Lived ,iri Pierce County 45 years .Housewife and mother of five children Graduate of College of· Puget Sound Active .in Civic, Church and Political organizations Member of Washington State Council for Children and Youth l'ast State Legislative chairman of · . Pro-American (Republican) Washinl'(ton State Council of Church Women American Association of University Women •

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Patrick M. STEELE (Republican) Sincerely appreciates the vote of co11fidence given him in the primaries and respectfully asks the voters of the 26th District for endorsement· in the finals.

AS

•. STATE 'REPRESENTATIVE

Vote For Patrick M. Steele Finals Nov. 4

llDDH SHARP! at the man

or the cute lady who smears

Senator Cain

then ask him: '

1. Dees .he want to destroy the last traces of decent Government ? ? . ? 2. Dees he want more weary years of Gewernmeui' by a coHusion cf big

Eastern Labor Bosses, Big City Politi· cians. Grafters and Opport11.mists who have nothing to lose and everything to gain by keeping the Racket going as long as possible ? ? ? At YOUR Expense. 1

3. Does he believe in A. D. A. and other "Front" Organizations · ? ? ?

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4. WHO, 'told him to SMEAR CAIN?? ~.

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The same forces who tried to run both political conventions: who tried to defeat Senator IvlcCarthy and who swore they'd "get" Harry Cain are now workjng feverishly in Washington to defeat the man who defied them all, and risked his political future to block trickily worded Senate bills that looked nice on the surface but contained dyna~nite in the fine print.

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The Zale H. L. Mencken said it was impossible for a n1ai1 with high-type character to be re'f!.lected under. our present system of mud-slinqin[t. Let's pfoue it's possibie for a man to stand on his convictions - win, lose or draw - AND SEND CAIN BA.CK TO THE SENATE!

DON'T LOSE SIX YEARS OF PRICELESS SENIORITY THAT WI.LL GIVE OUR JUNIOR SENATOR TWO VALUABLE SENATE CHAIRMANSHIPS IF WE SEND Hil'vI BACK.


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Farms I-Iornes \'!anted

2 Bedrooms - $2850 y,

72 l\CRES

Nut coJI1pletd·y n1odcrn but a real buy. Call Mr. Inloes, GR 362·1' or I-{A '.·~ ~~d- 7.

WRITTEN GUARANTEE

Y, ACRE, corner location; 3 room

Don't forget to come in and sec the excitingly new Golden !\irflyte Na.sh for '5,2.

AUCTlUN 5AL:i'. !:.f YOU want more cash quick, sell by puction. Every Fri., 7:30 p.m. Glen Betts, 8113 So. Tacoma Way. Free pickup service. LA. 8505. 2ctf

r;nd garnge. ()v-.rrlf'r would trade

3624 or GR

PARTLY

i!JO.MPLETE tractor work. Loosening grou. nd. and leveling. Avera·g-·e lawn_, $12.UU. Don Abbot, GR. 3346. 3ctf ~"UTO GLASS INSTALLRD~:::J\ut,:, Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Tacoma Ave. 3c50

FURNISHED;

good

\vr-11, p;nrag<' and storage huilding; picket fence_; 4· lots. Cali Harmun, GR. 3G2,l· or GR GS%.

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Listings Wanted WE ARE IN NEED of farm listing·s, both L\ri;c and small.

"" Septic Tanks, Cess · Pools Cleaned

SUBURBAN REALTY Member Tacoma Real Estate Board

Contents Hauled Away 9920 Pacific Ave. GR. 3624 HUTSON TANK CLEANING --~~!!!!!!!!!!!!:!!!!! HI 3980 HA 7038 !!!IJ!l!Dsp= z;aa_ * 4¥ "ii' . . SEWERS - SEPTIC TA>IKS DRAIN FIELDS. WATER LINES. SPECIAL About 3000 red cockerCity and County Licensed. Free els the last off October and first Estimates. · Jim Malyon, 3739y, part November, Sc, LaCrosse HatchMcKinley 1he., Call HA 6351; Eve. ery, Sumner. 3-3122 7c> & Sat. IIA 6068. 3ctf

?-Hatcheries

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and prefer cash, Sec Bratrud. Whr'n VOU }Hl\'C C:1sh and \Vant !) Of fir;(,, fntercst~ buy a contr;ict. Better see

SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Contents hauled away. Don Redford, Bratrud, 91 JY, Pacific Ave. 9c7 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no FOR s·ALE 2Y2 anes and wareanswer call GA. 9222. 3ctf house at Midland: call GR 7970 after 6 p.m. 9c7 H!\J~LOWEEN CAKES with a spook lrnt $1.~:i; phone orders to GR 3330, Patty Ann Bakery. 15c7 Insurance of All Kinds Notary Public PLUMBING REPAIRS - Sewer Est. in Parkland since 1941 Cleaning • Electric Pipe Thawing GR 7232 days; GR 8210 E"e. & Sun. Call 208 Garfield Street

E. M. HAMILTON

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CHECK OUR LOW DOWN PAY· MENT INSURANCE PLAN. WE NEED listings of all kinds. Farms, acreage, lots, building sites, l10mes (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms). We have cash buyers waiting.

PLUMBING GRanite 8905 GARDEN SERVICE ROTO TILLING lawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, dressing maintenance. GA. 5885. HI. 2722. 3ctf

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NEW lOCATION

Farm Bureau

Parkland Upholstery Res: 3181

LAND CLEARING and leveling; rcasonabie rates by hour or contract. Rt. 7, Box 195-X, GR 4294. 3ctf

TOWARDS GRAHAM Lctournc.au's Puy. 5-6844

UNFINISHED furniture. 1107 Market Street.

Alan's Refrigeration SALES AND SER VICE House and Commercial Makes Motor Service Washer Service GR. 6662 161st & Paiific Ave. Next Door to Target Sport Store Spana way

CREIGHTON C. FLYNN Administrator of Estate, 828 Rust Building, Tacoma, Washington. GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, Attorneys for Estate, ~ag Bonk~/\ Wash. Branch, Parkland Brlox ,,,- 81> • . I ar 1"- 1·an_, "":is ungton. Published m the Times-Journal Oct. 23, 30; :Nov. G, 1922.

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Rupe Ma~hine Works ;hop GR 7450 - Res. HI 6190 Pacific Ave. at Brookdale MOTOR REBUILDING

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Sharp Cheese

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· L h Ch h Grace E"angehcal ut eran urc 7302 So .. Park Ave. II. N .. Svmth, Pastor Residence at church: Phone HA 7601 Sunrfay School ............--.. 9:30 a.m. Morninll Worship ................ 10:30 a.m. Luther League Bible Hour.... 6:00 p.m.

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SPANA.WAY FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE 1661h &. Pacific Ave. P. 0. Box 148, Spanaway. Rev. S. R. Bcddle, pastor; GR. 7G7G.

Mrs .. John G. Gorm~ GRanite 7070

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Old Yankee. made with pure maple 1-Qt. Decauter

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Churches

Spanaway Trinity Luthernn Church THE SUPERIOR COURT OF So. 169th St., 2 blocks So. Mt. Hiway THE STATE OF WASHINGTON H. N . Svinth, Pastor FOR TIIE COUNTY OF PIERCE Sunday School 10:30 a.rn.; Harold No. 5'1194 Ruddick, superintcmknt. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Divine Service 2:30 p.m. In the Matter of the Estatrs of vVe are always 'It your service. LEWIS ANTHONY FOLDEN & , . . ..,. · * 4:. EDKA EDITH FOLDEN, Parkland J,utheran Church Deceased. 123rd. & Pacific Ave, Notice is hereby gh·cn that the un- ·1 Walther C. Gullixson, Pastor dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the above Home: l32nd & A St., GR 7377 entitled estates; that all persons having Sunday School 9:30 a.m. clain1s against said deceased are hereDivine S~rvice 10:30 a.m. by required to serve the same duly verified, on said Administrator- or his Trinity Lutheran Chnrch · attorneys of rcco~d as the addr~ss be!21st & So. ·Park A"e. low stated: and file the same with the Clerk of ·said Court, together with Dr. Ernest B. Steen, Pa~t01· . proof of such service, within six 9:00 a.m ......... Chapel wors?1p S!'rv1ce months after the date of first publi-1 lO:OO·a.in.-... Sr. school & Bible classes r;ation of this notice or the same will 11 :DO a.n:! .... ·--·-·---.Tr. worship service be barred. . . .. , 11 :00 a.m .........Church worship service ~~tc of first pub!tcat10n, Oct. 23, 7:00 p.m.....................Luther League

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4 Miles So. of Puyallup

FOR SALE - 1 washer in good conPIN FITTING, ROD ALIGNdition; 1 small upright piano, first ING, PIS T 0 N FINISHING, class condition; GR 6338. 15c7 VALVE & SEAT GRINDING, FOR SALE - Fresh Alpine goat, $3D'i breeder geese $5 each; Hotpoint . BRA KE DRUM TURNING, HEAD & BLOCK GRINDING, electric rnngc with high oven $20; CON ROD GRINDING. O'Keefc & Merritt · deluxe gas range, used 5 weeks, cost $385, sell for $200; Revnor 5-room circulat- SPECIAL - If you use oil to heat lng gri's heater, -like nc\v, cornplete with and live within a 2-mile radius with thermostat, cost $17 5, sell for of !OOth and Pacific Ave., we can $100. WA 6448. 15c7 offer you a real saving on your heating oils. Lapenski Fuel Co. TiTAN CHAINSAW WANTED 9920 Pacific Ave.; Call GR 8173 Call HI 2771. 15p7 . SPAffk-I{EATER, five room size; I converted oil range. Mrs. Phipps, GR +:HI. l5p7 FOR SALE - P.,i nanny goal, solid black color, 18 months old, Saancn FOR SALE - Northwestern strawand Alpine, rrady to breed; price berry plants, also girls bicycle; pR 6311 McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 $10; phone WA 7605; Rt. 11, Box 7571. 15c7 Member Tacoma Real Estate Board FORSALE - Hobalt & Cable cabi-;}: 238, Tacoma, Waller Road. 16c7 ct grnnd piano; GR 386-1-; Rt. 7, FOR SAl,E - 5 Guernsey heifers, ~ HELP U l!jc7 Box 94,_ Tacoma. year olds .clue to freshen in Nov., SO. TACOMA SPECIAL IIECifERti\r-wR.ECKER Used $22§ each; Harry MomT, Rt. 1, CLOSE to bus and school, this dandy and rebuilt transmissions, also gears; Box 1+4, Roy; phone Roy '1·1-R-3. 2 bedroom home has tile kitchen, _ _ _ _ _l6p7 all makes and models; phone Puyautonultil..:.: furnace-, nice yard. allup 5-2111, days; '.Facoriia, HI HORSE SHOEING now availabi~ $7450.00; terms. 3242, evenings. 15ctf $750 DOWN every day. Drop a card to Rt. 1, 2 BEDROOM HOME; living room; UPLAND WOOD, 2 cords $14. GR Box 475, Graham. J, R. Young. 16ctf built-in kitchen; on two lots; close 3306. 15cd to school, buses and shopping. VALLEY TOP SOIL, rich and black, $n5lJ.00; why pay 1·cnt? nny quantjty. GR 7259. 15.cti LEAVE FILM AT Quality Photo U Service for developin15. In at 10, out Airport and Lconards Crossing at 5. 9610 Pacific :Ave. 15ctf GR 3871 Day or Eve. HORSE SHOEING SEWING .MACHINES Lowest prices jp Tacoma. Necchi-Sing!Of~ White ..From $29.00. Central SewSLEEPING ROOM for rent; GR ing Center. 607 So. Pine, MA. 3503. lOctf GRanite 5346 6393. 15ctf IIAi..L ro~l RENT - At 11102 s;;-. Yaldma. For information call HI 2139. 10ctf REGISTERED Herefords; cows, heifers and bulls; also commercial Hercfo;·ds, Angus and Shorthorn cattle. Phone GR 611 2. 16ctf REG1STERED polled Hereford bull service. Breed the horns off. PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO GR 6112. CASH FOR milk cows, I,;:er, heifers, Airport & Pacific GR 3112 veal and hogs. Call R. Thackeray collect, Puyallup 5~5:J·H. 16ctf

WE BUILD HOMES, remodel; level buildings; concrete work. Reasonable. GR 3550.-Sctf. PRAINAGE - Septic tank installation; side sewers; earth work of any type; by hour or contract. Hauser & Seifert. BR. 9141; Res. GR. 8121. 3ctf

Tentative plans arc being made for a Halloween party .for the children of the community Halloween night. Collins P-TA Collins P-TA will meet Thursday, Nov. G, at 8 p.m. in Colli11s school. This is to be a very important meet~ ing \Vi th n pn ncl discussion on a state law controJling .the entrance age of school children. This will not only set the, age for cntcring...,,tt)e first ;grndc but will set the age for entering college or military training. Seventh grade mothers will be hostcs.es. Home from Korea The best news this week covers the retuming home of two Collins boys from Korea. They are Cpl. Duane Hansen of the Marine Corps and lvf/Sgt. Orvxille L. Mickelson, son 0f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mickelson of Collins and Malcolm-McC!arity roads. ·Duane's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. H. Hansen of Cedar road. Both bovs hm·e''1 been in Korea. for a year a~d a half right in the worst battles. We arc so glad to wc-lco1nc thcn1 horue and hope they get a long deserved rrst.

KANT o·N 'S MEATS GR 3049

TRUCKS FDR RENT MA 9039 Save One Half We Furnish Everything

HARMON'S.

Killing - We Pick Up •·· Locker C1itting & Wrapping Feature Baby Reef Selling !'or Locker Meat.

CITIZENS!

Driu-Ur-Salf Go HARMON'S SERVICE Jim Harmon, Mgr.

2112 Jefferson

JORN THE BOOSTERS

McKINLEY HILL

REALTY

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l:tOTOVATING, blade work; no job too small. W. L. Lewis, GR 7492. l\P'1 3ctf l!IOUSE MOVING; leveling; foundations; cement work; free estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. Ditch di1rning. Truck loading. Complete tractor work. GR 593Q. tf

HELP

SERVICE Septic Tanks Cleaned

GR. 4343

REALTY

IO-Rentals

H;A 5704

RAY GOGAN LANDSCAPE. CO:><STRUCTION (~cncral 14i.ndscaping ·service new lawns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, rockcrirs. Nothing down, '.16 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf

FRANK .· 9U!NN 'S JHE ONLY VETERAN OF ·ANY· WAR'. SEEKING THE OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER _tt.T THE CQMING ELECTION!

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REALTY

ACE SEPTIC TANK

O.B. ACKLEY

New Crop On Now

rrgistcr_,

Recovering and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt !''rec Estimates

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TAP, AGROJ3ATIU, 11ALL1"T Ulas ses. All ages. Mildred Keller, Gll 7881. !Seti FERTILE~screened top soil; pulvcr~ ized peat; 5 full yards $8. All Kresse, GR 5192. 15ctf

Pacific Avenue

12814 Pacific Ave.

GR 3201

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11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days, GR 3341 Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 Agent for American Express Moncv Orders WHY PAY RENT? HAVE several one and two bedroom homes priced from $'.:lOOO up that I can sdl with low down payn1rnt. For rnorc inforn1ation call Ralph Decker, HA 0365 or BR Oi02. $600 DOWN GI EQUITY THIS is a lowly home priced right al $8,'l50; in good district, handy to Mary Lyon or Sacred Heart scl10. ol. Two large bedrooms with'\ 1arg!'~ rcdar r]osets, nice 1nrgc living roon1, bcautjful kitchen and dinette; +-piece tile bath; utility room: l 2x20 .i:;araf"e and a lovrly yard, $1150.00 will take out full equity. Call Rex Rector HA 0365 or HI 83H.

GRanite 3931 or GRanite 3272 anytime

IN

AFRICAN VIOLET NURSERY

lOY,,.Oz.

! · · ••

Smoked

. . I legcd Pubhcatnons

FOR SALE - Boys and girls bicycles, 15cl tf $25 each; CR 5577. B.l\BY FURNITURE, new and used. SMALL FRY. EXCH., 1109 Market. 15ctf ROTTED COW FERTILIZER $1 SACK or by the yard; peat and topsoil. HI. 40.56. 15ctf

Wala Walla Cut Tips

Asparagus

HOME AND FARM IURIEAU - REAL ESTATE 12810 Pacific Avpnu e

HALLOWEEN CAKES with a spook hat $1.25; phone orders to GR 3330, Patty Ann Bakery. 15c'/ WUOD-Upland slab, ~ cords, $l+; planer ends, $4 and $8 loads. HI. 4056. 15ct!

Pinneapple ..... 21 c Elbo M~earoni or Spaghetti . . . . 17c

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Hlst and Pacific A"e. GR 3941

1 'i4 Tin

S & W Fancy Slice

2 BEDROO::Vf, near-new, close to CITY FARM of 1 acre, close to Pacific Ave. Chicken house, barn, bus and stores in Parkland. Has hrooder house. 2-bedroorn home a 1-c:ir garage and workshop. with finished attic. You could Lawn all in. A beautiful home tnakc your living fro1n this place. for $8750. Will. sell F.H.A. or $21)00 down will handle. on tcnns.

Open Till 9:00 P. M. Delivery Service

TOTTEN REALTY, Inc.

now- at

BROOKDALE ROAD

STUCCO HOME

FURNITURE

One Price To Fit Every· Pocket Book

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responsible purchaser.

PARKVIAY

USED CARS USED TRUCKS

PARKLAND UPHOLSTERY Next to Home &

her a nc\V mattress .8nd shP.'11 be \Vell by to.n:iorro\v,"

9-Real Estate

GR 8108

75' FRONTAGE by 600' deep. Has a 4-bedroom older 'type modern hornc un concrete foruidation. Sets on Orchard Hill with a sweeping ,·iew of all P:irkbnd. Would make an ideal traile,..park, etc. Owner says to sell for only $5750 and will consider terms to

"Go down to the PARKWAY FUR:\ITlJRE and get

Inc.

36 MONTHS TO PAY

FU 2400

MOUNTAIN HIWAY FRONTAGE

SAN RD- NASH

COMPLETE JOB

GR. 7512

COLLINS ROAD

BEDROOM home with fenced 2 BEDROOMS, comb. liv. and din. nn., 2~car .garage. 146' house. Close to Pocific Ave., drilled well. On l acre with nice Spanawz~-. Full price only $+DQO trees. $8500 on terms. To sec is Will take $5 DO down. to buy.

More Cars to Choose From

·

Spanaway Food Center

yard, garage, and srnall chicken

CASH for equities. Fife Motors, 5 026 St:>. Tacoma Way. HI. 9241. Bctf SPOT CASH For Your Used Furniturt l Piece or House Ful'. Block's Furniture Matt Ngsh in Tacoma Since 1918 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 5815. So. Tac. Way HA 1760 RADIATORS, B~rap iron. junk cars 722 Broad~ay BR 0303 and batteries. Puy. 5-2'.41. Hecker, the Wrecker. B tf FOR SALE-'41 Ford coupe, 6 ·cyl-----~=-- -----~cindcr; best offer takes. Call Gra· ham 7-21tJo. 12c6 ----.--~ · DODGE 1 1/o ton truck sell or trade WHEI\ you have . estate contract, for pick~:ip car: GR 3.156. 12p7

Wells & Pumps CAll

rURNISHED

51 RAMBLER Hard Top $1895 51 NASH Stntcs. .1-dr. Custom. Loaded. ....... ~ ..................... $1925 52 STUDE i-'o-ton pickup. 0 D. Low mileage ..................... $1G95 50 NASH Statesman 4-dr. 0 D. Weather Eye & beds .... $1595 +9 NASH ;\mb. custom. Radio, heater, OD ......................... S 1595 49 NASH "600" 4-dr......... $1295 49 MERCURY Scd. Radio, heateL· OD, foau1 cu~hious, suq visor, turn indicators, and priced at only ..................... --... -.... -.. ,.$1595 +8 LINCOLN clb. cpc., OD, R & H. Loaded .... $4-61 dn. pay. 18 NASH Amb. 1-dr, ___ ........ $1095 '1·8 FRAZER 4-dr................. $995 +7 FORD. fordor. Radio, heater, Columbia ovcrdrh·e .............. $939 46 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. -·-·-.. -$875 ·+6 NASH 600 4-dr. .............. $795 42 NASH 4-dr. .................... $445 12 PONTIAC, only ....-.... -.. $195 39 FORD 4-dr ..... -..............:..... $99 37 PLYMOUTH cpc . •. , ........ :$99

~517.

I Bedroom - $3600

!:i=Business Service

ibbons

GRAHAMDISTRICT

looking for \"alue jn a farm, this is tl1c one to see. O\vnc-r wi11 consider :·un~dl honie in trade. /\.sking $10,000. \Vorth 111ore.

TERMS TO SUIT YOU

for a 3 bcdroon1 borne \vith less ground. Call Mr. foloes, GR

STOCK

ABOl;T +ll ACRES of buttom land, balance in f'OOd grnzing. Has large \Vell for irrigation. ~1 bedroon1 hon1c on cOncrete foundation. Fai~· stork and hoy barn. T'his is a good stock set. up. If you an:

Used Cars

Summit District

2-Auctions

Small Farms Equities

lf you want tG sell your place, list it with us. We need more listings.

BLOCK from Pacific Aw. Owner< will trade their equity for an acreage \vith 3 bcdroorns.

house, partly furnished. Good chicken house, brooder house

·Acreages Ranches Wanted

Art· Nunn

FLOOR SANDER FOR RENT

WO::V!AN WANTED for housework and ironing one day a \VCek; Nirs. R. J. Cdhan, GR 8132. 5c7 JIABY SITTER WANTED-=--Mrs. R . .J. Calhan, GR 8152. 5c7 jf_E;,L ESTATE-We Juve enough wurk to keep another man lmsy full tin1c. (;on1c in and talk it over \vith Mr. Harmon or Mr. Inloes; Sub-

3 HORSES FOR SALE Reasonable. 1 2 ;/,-year-old Bailey Hn ncock filly, broke. 1 5-year-old Morgan mare, very ALFALFA HAY - By the bale or gentle. ton. Grass hay $I.DO per bale. Will 1 .Ilcgistcrcd quarter horse mare. take livestock i11 trade. Delivery can Will sell separately: phone Puyallup be arrarrgcd. 2nd house past Roy Y 5-2288; evenings, 5-7811. 16ctf on Mt. Road. 15ctf Goo<!_ S~!cgion of ~,scd. Ford & l•ord J.'crguson .1 rrrctors

LOST - - Buff colored Cocker, J 0 TR , r · . months old, children's ]Wt, answers ~~(OR VI ORK, lcvclrng. GR. 4 8 tu name Taffy; reward; GR 7272. " ·- -· . . 13ct! 6c7 CASH for l!vcsrocR-beef, milk cows FOTJ.'"N~D~--C-.h~i-ld_'_s_\_va-l-lc-.t-;_o_v._•n_c_r'"'call veal and hcifc~·~· W. II. Thackeray; at Times-Journal office, l 18th St. Puyallup, 5-8--8 _collect. 13ctf aud Pacific, and identify, no charge. DEAD STOCK REMOVED WITH. 6p7 OJ!T CHARGE. Highest prices HALLOWEEN CAKES with a spook paid for tallow, hides, grease and hat $1.25; phone orders to GR bones. PUGET :)OUND RENDER· :i:i30,. Patty ll.1. 111 Bakery. J5c7 _!N_ G WORKS. Pho.ne LAkewood 2434. 13ctf

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JOIN THE •eooSTERS . .....,... . ·-,,......-

WA1:JTED . - FryCJS and hens. Top pnccs -paid. GR J328. 13p7

l\cw Fcrguscm Tractors Nr·w and Used Titan Chain Saws USED Garden Tractors. Th;, Pippin Excavator digs, shovels and loads, one opl'raLion, fro1n your tractor sent.

Standard Twin Garden Tractor rid.ing. !'1.ttaclnnrn t. RUCK.AND SONS TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. 114 Puyallup Ave. MA 4117 Tacoma, 'Wn.

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JOIN-...TME --BOOSTERS

If you arc Not over l 5 years old you can come in and phce your guess.

Frank is a member of the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, <}nd the Disabled American Veterans.

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5-Help Wanted

HOW MANY JELLY BEANS ARE IN THE JAR IN OUR WINDOW?

Frank refused to kt. tlif physical disability sustained in military service interfri:e with his determination to become a useful citizen. Following his return to civilian life, Frank took a three year cJ.iµrse in business administration, after which he was employed ~n office work for eight years. He then purchased a home an.cl land in North Puyallup, where he still resides, and where he has engaged in the construction of residential and.busin~ss buildings, and the management, rental and sale of properties. Today Frank is a successful business man; a public spirited leader in his community and a highly respected citizen of Pierce County .

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Frank is well qualified to serve you as Gqq~ty" (.;onuJl issi~ner To the girl and the boy guessing tlie closest we will give 'a wonderful prize.

Also: See the Fine

I

Sele~tion

of

H~Hoween

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Items en Display In Our Window.

GARFIELD

County Commissioner

STORE 326 Garfield. St., Parkland

GR 9948

lluy Now l'or Xmas. Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan Hours: 8:00 a,m. Till 2:00 p.m.

First District

Paid for by Veterans Supporting Frank Quinn


4.

'Folgers Schillings 2 Lbs...............

$1.63

NE.STl~S CHOC. CHIPS ..

SHUR.FINE SHORTENUNG, l·lbs •...

$1.93 47c'

CREAM STYLE, Hoody's, 20-0z. Jar

PEANUT BUTTER .....

SOUTHERN YAMS, Small whole. no. 2 tin 35c DARIGOLD MU.K SOUDS, makes 5·qts •. 37c JOHNSON'S

8-0z.. Pkg.

BUTTER CREAM CHOCOLATES ...... 49c PINK GRAPEFRUIT, 5 for . ; ......... 45c DELICIOUS APPLES. box .......... $2.79 SPUDS, No. 2, 50-lbs•............. $1.59 DRY ONIONS, ..feancy No. 1. 3-lbs....... 23c

FARMERS" MUTUAL OF ENUMCLAW It

Will

Pay to Check _Our Rates

GR 3733 M. SLATER GR 9939

Perry Radio Co~ 12904 Pacific Highway Midway between Fort & · Tacoma

BUILDING SUPPLIES

SPANAWAY

LUMBER CO.

Prepare for Order A

Brookdale Garage Shelters Your Car Protects Your Tools Provides Kids' Play Space Gives Hubby A Work

BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY READY FOR USE

size size size

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• $675 $495

$4'.JS

$21.65 per $15.81 per $15.17 per

Concrete Floor Thick Rutt Shingle Roof Clear Grade Dry Siding-Full %" Thick Overhead Doors wiH1 Stanley Hardware 3 Sash - l Entrance Door Galvanized Nails

Buy by Con1po;rison_ See a BrooRaate garage before you buy.·


Times journal v 8 no 7 oct 30, 1952