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PARILAtjD BUSINESS CLUB PLANS INSTALLATION DINNER

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The first meeting of the Parkland Business Club in 1954 will \be Wednesday. Jan. 20, at which the Parkland voters were first order of business will be installation of the new a mite con- providing the .firm is willing The Summit-Woodland-Colslate of officers heac!ed by President Howie Snowden lins' Firemen and Auxiliary in~ as to the issues at to wait for their fee." of the Nat.ional Bank .of Washington, Parkland stalled new officers for the combut they voted "yes" Areas not now included in i Branch. Other officers to ing yea·r ·Monday, Jan. 4. The 011 the right one, to make the distl'ict, and which want evening was started with. a I!' · be insbl.led are: Vicea sewer district not such the service provided by such a supper at the fire hall on Airpre.sident, Mo.rrie Anderson of . ff a remote possibility last move, may annex themselves port and Canyon roads, with , Anderson Lumber Co.; record'l'hursday. to. the district by petition, she accordion and violin music by 1 ing secretary, Mrs. Wes Mc· Confusion caused by the in- said. V 11 b V KeWen of McKewen Stud~os; Bonny Jean and Danny Phillips formation available was blam·' Also elected in the polling of Sumner during the meal. J E. Power Biggs, nationQ.lly corresponili?g secretary, Mrs. ed for defoat of the millage re- I were two commissioners, known organist. who is largely James · Lormg of. the Blessed After supper Mrs. Ray Gogan quired to finance the prelimin-1 Floyd V. Hicks, two years installed the Auxiliary officers: responsible .for the revival of Event Shop;. treasurer, Edward ary survey, but sewer district _ and Lawrence )\romstrong, six Mrs. George Purdue of Collins, interest in .the organ as a con· B._Stevi;ns of Castleman Insurproponents were confident this years. Due to a very close president; Mrs. Sid Waring of cert ins'trumcnt wm appear at anc;e; director, Kenneth Jacobs week that such a vote would vote, the election of the com- North Summit, vice president; Pacific 'Lutl\cr'an College on of Stella's Flowers. be forthcoming. missioner for the four-ye,ar Mrs. David John of North SumFriday Janu~ry 22nd. The conInstalling them will be the ~.art of the. Franklin Pierce band seen playrng a bit from a number depict~ Mrs. Jennie Grodvig presiterm can,not be announced mit, secretary-treasurer. cert begin at 8:30 p.m. in retiring '53 officers: President, ing the night life of New York, complete with a "murder," in the Friday dent of the Parkland' Comun~il after !he official count the chapel auditorium. Ticket~ Tr<j.V Dryer_; vice pre?ident, Al· The outgoing officers of the evening concert in the cafeteria-aud:torium of the school. Seen in the munlty Club said the sewer Friday. for the event are now on sale fred GrodVig; recordmg secreFJremen installed their succespicture are, left to l'.ight: Front row, Marian Gaiser, Rose Leah Gorow, district is now a legal entity, The commissioners will serve at Ted Brown Music Co. in Ta· tary, Wes McKewen; corressors as follows: Frank Kaiser and will become a municipal without salary. Buster Massengale, Ginger Stimpson. Solveig Leraas; second row:, Maucoma and at the college. Ad- poniling secretary, Avyce installed Sid Waring Sr. of corporation owned by the "The community club is rine Panchot, Jerry Ness; drummer.3, Bill Ostenson, Tom Suter; "ghost," mission will be $1.00 and there Com'bs. Treaslirt>r, Ed Stevens, people. gratified," Mrs. Grodvig con· North Summit as president; will be no reserved scats. re-elt>cted, will be installed by Duane Weeks. "They will elect their own eluded, "that so many voters Burt Parrott installed Kenneth Mr. Biggs was born in Eng- Director Maut'ice Fletch<;r. Ken officials," she continued. "And turned out for the election, Hoff of Collins as vice presiland and attended the Royal Jacobs, ·re-elected as director, Club now, it is possible to hire an and showed an interest in lhls dent; Georg~ Purdue installed Preschool Academy of. Music in London, will. be _installt>d by Director Larry Kerwm of Woodland as engineel'ing firm to investigate project which will benefit the from which he gr;iduated with Ear) Rau. secretary-treasurer. The Parkland-James Sales the costs for such a sewer, whole community." the highest honors .. After tourAt a joint meeting of both Rire chief Ashley Butler Preschool sludy club will me<:>t nt'W and old'boards Wednesday ! thanked the firemen and the in the _4th grade room of the eyen'ing, Jan, 6', at t_he McKewen Auxiliary for their co-operation Parkland school .Jan. 14 at 8 home it was decided to make for the past year. And Fire o'clock. Mrs. Carl Larson has The .bride appeared at her Announced & the installation . a dinner meet. Commissioner Ray Gogan asked the Rev. Andrews to lead ytedding with a black eye, and about a mile and a half south ing to be held, if arrangements Registration dates for College thanked the firemen, auxiliary, the discussion on "The Signif- her mothe1· has 22 stitches in of Roy. could be made for it, in the and the people of the commun- icance of Religious Training in her head,. all because of a hit A. D. Wilson, of Box 1216, of Puget Sound and Pacific basement -of the Parkland ity for their co-operation for the Life of a Preschool Child." and run driver who was operat- Selah, was driving. toward TaLutheran College were recent- the past year. Methodist church, Wheeler St. Everyone is reminded to brir\g ing his ear while allegedly coma with his bride-to-be, her ly announced by the McChord and Pacific ,Jlvc. Mrs. James Those people who wished to their own thermos of coffee. under the influence of an in- father and. mother, Mr. a nd The grand opening of the Education Center. Loring voluntcer~d to head the Mrs. W, .A. Williams and Miss enjoyed the TV programs· the The snack will be provided by , toxicating 'beverage. new Thrift-Pays Food Center committee who wiH prepare Mrs. Edwin Rupp and Mrs. Illustrating clearly just !Mickey Willimas for the .Satur~ Personnel can register at the remainder of the evening. at Willows Corner, Airport the dinner, scheduled for '7 :30 Milton Anderson from the how fast justice in action day night wedding. Suddenly Members of the fire depart. road and Meridian, will be an College of Puget Sound Jan. sharp. Knowing •Mrs. Loring's James Sales group, Anyone in· works for the victims of a out of nowhere, a car appeared ment will, in the future, drive event of interest this weekend, 25 through Feb. 4. Classes start ability in this department from lerested in an evening of in· traffic mishap, the. driver.was and sideswiped the Wilson ve. with special attractions Thurs- Feb. 1 and will be conducted cars equipped with blue signal formative discussion is invited. caught just 45 minutes after hicle. pas~ experience, the club memlights which will be turned on day, Friday and Saturday, ac- at 7 p.m. and 8:40 p.m. bers anticipate a real treat and You need not be a Preschool the accident. The erratically driven car only when the driver is on his cording to Carl Sacco and M. should get their reservations in member to attend. The following accident occurwas turned completely around Registra'tion will begin Feb. way to a reported fire. Anyone E. Letourneau, co-owners. early, especially if they are red Friday evening at 11:30 by. the force of the impact, but seeing a car flashing a blue . . bringing guests. Complete in every detail, 1 and close Feb. 6 at the Pakept on without stopping. . . • • ..,.L, with a large stock of nationally cific Lutheran College. Classes light and traveling at high I The ·Parkland Business club of the car was Harry Appre~1at1on .·~ Driver advertised foods, the new shop. there are scheduled for 4:15 p. speed shoul~ giv_e th: right-of-1 genres ai; J:jle focal point for Bennett, 763 So. 72nd St. ping center will feature also m. and 7 p.m. ~any of the maJOr· community way-the on The. T'; ·11 ·. . . •. Patrolman. Gi_I Paulson, .inh I is a· fireman h · · ·L_adics · · · Au_ · · ·· x_i_·. liary_ . ·of_.. tJi_ · ·...e· · r ..a . .cO _owmg . ar_c _.arrest_s h . · · t dmver 0 9nly the finest fresh fruits and ls way .o .• e P. save a ome; ~ Midland Fire depart9ent wonlf!... ih '.;. ,,:wdfilr>" _."'Y fop a~tivities and all business .and vestigating officer from the P:-:\ t>t flf thP tui ti-on :~or .~ff~ >-;i;..:!;.::.:~;JC::i, :pl:.::;: ::.. ..,,.-,·idc . ·c::~·:.::~.J' ot~er bmldmg m the comm •.n j likt:" ~o Li1a11K the m""j' oq,lm· Washington State Patrol an.d state Patrol apprehended · •grof;e~sioJ1.a!l pe9ple in Parll;lanu duty study will be paid by. the of top quality meats. a,re entitled to join . and take ity. izations and individuals who so Pierce County Sheriff's office Bennett about 45 minutes pad )n the planning and guidBoth Sacco and Letourneau government for all personnel generously aided with money and disposed of .in Judge Del- later in. Roy, asleep in his car, up to and including first lieuhave had many years' experiand, food when the·· "Baskets bert M. Bresemann's court at which he had.driven just off i!Jg. England, appea~jng in many ing ·of tllese affairs. Those who of. the historic cathedrals and ha.ve not yet joined are invitence in the grocery business, tenant. This assistance will be '54 Derby Winner for the .Needy" were n:ade_ up Spanaway, Washington and re- the highway. Aside from the black eye and in Queen Hall, Londoµ, he came e.d to do so ·for. the good of as evidenced throughout the in the amount of three quart· Taken By Death Jan. 8 at Christmas. Orgamz.ations corded by the undersigned: themselves. store by the arrangement of ers of the cost of tuition up to who took part were: Midland Clinton A. Goings, 6704 So. the bead ga:sh. sustained by to the United Stales (he is 'Parkland and The Times-Journal sadly Junior 4•H Girls, Midland Park, Tacoma; Speedtng, B.J<,. ·MXs. ·Williams, no other in' now an American citiz~n, setPlans for ·a greatly enlarged the merchandise and the unique $5 each quarter hour of credit juries were reported. tling in Boston). Acclaimed as Parkland Roundup are being placement of the fixtures. Wide or $7.50 for a semester hour of announces the death of Senior 4~H Girls, Midland P- $10, WSP. Robert Eugene Fletcher, son TA, Midland Preschool and the creator of a modern re~ais- formulated, headed· this year aisles, r!'ach-in ·refrigerated credit. Schaeter William H., 1105 of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley students• of Franklfo Pierce so. 110, T~coma; No valid opsance of the orga_n, Mr. Biggs, by Chairman Wes McKewen cases and speedy check-out Fletcher, 1007 So. 118th St., stands are just a few of the h,as. personally bmlt up a '."ide wHP, the assi_51;ance of Vice1 winner of the 1954 Parkland High. The inilividual gifts were erators license, B.F. $10, WSP. audience of organ enthushiasts chairman . Malcolm Soine. many fin<! ft'aLures which have far too numerous to list but our Robert T, Kalahan, 3401 So. baby derby. in this country through appear- o· ther events such as the 4th o_f been incorporated to assure grateful thanks to all. G, Tacoma; Speeiling, B.F. $10, M rs. M• S• R a U · h h 11 "th · · ' Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher have complete casr, in shopping, so GR 8391 ances m_ t e concert a ' W1 .·. July celebration, community WSP. declined acceptance of the v symphony orchestras and on the Christmas . decorations and the essential in modern day food Edith V. Johnson, Rt. 3, Box numerous gifts., the Wjnner Central Avenue Preschool air. annual con::ullimity Christmas merchamlising. 402, Tacoma; No arterial stop, will hold a "white e1epha'l1t" For a number of years Mr. party for the children are alA speeial snack bar features With the beginning of the was awarded. Meanwhile exB.F. $10, WSP. pressing· sincere gratitude to The regular meeting of the William A. Hansen, Defect· sale at the ~chool at the next. Biggs has performed over the ready .being Cl:i'scussed. Presikippered herring, Roquefort new year, new officers are in French dressing, enchiladas, charge of the activities of the everyone for their offers of Board of Commissioners of the ive equipment, B.F. $10, WSP. regular meetmg, Thursday eve· CBS radio network on Sunday dent-elect Snowden· is expected Port of Tacoma is to be held Wayne B. Dahl, PLC College, ning, Jan. _21,_ at 8 o'clock. morning, playing the · class)c to outline the. general scope of garlic croutons, Lawry's garlic· Parkland Volunteer Fire de, gifts. The baby died at 11 p.m. on Tuesday of each week at Parkland No arterial stop, B. Everyone is mvited to come and organ in the Busch-Reisinger these activities at this meet· spread, barbecue flavored fried partment. John Curtis is presi· bring a :'hite elephant. T~e Museau of Harvard University. ing Wednesday, January 20. bacon rinds and many other un- dent; Bud Larsen, vice presi- Jan. 8, after thre" days in an 2:30 o'clock p.m. in the general ·F., $10, WSP. offices ·df the Port of Tacoma William E. Cope, Rt. 7, Box Preschool is sponsormg a.movie puring 1945 he played the come usual foods and accessory dent; Joe Anderson, secretary- incubator. i1.ems. A complete line of fancY treasurer; Fred Danielson, wclThe infant is survived by located in Transit Shed No. 1, 500, Tacoma; Negligent driv- Friday ,evening; adults, 25c; plete organ works of .Bach on children, 15c. · the~e broadcasts, duplicati~g a 261< GOP Meeting and bulk cheese will also be fare chairman; William Vanek, his parents, a sister Joann, Pier No. 2, Port of Tacoma ing, B.F. $10, WSP. Addie Rau Circle ser1~s. of Bach concerts given . . · , Floyd Davis Mulkins, Rt. 3, offered. historian; Bob Magdanz, trus- age two, and grandparen.ts Terminal, Tacoma, Wash. The Addie Rau circle of the in 1938-a feat which won him The 26K Republican club The Food Center building, I tee. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene FletchBox 183, Puyallup; Driving on modern in every detail, is own-. During 1953 the Parkland. er of Rt. 3, Box 652, Tacoma, shoulder of road, B.F. $10, W WSCS of the Summit church nation~wide admiration -:- ,and wiH hold its regular monthly· Club Meeting SP. will meet at the Arlo Morton repeated this complete per- meeting Jan, 19 at 8 p.m. in ed by Al Delano, owner of most company responded to 90 calls and Mr. and Mrs.: Harry P. of the real property at Willows and two false alarms. There Greshman, of Spokane. There will be a very import- I Don E. Brammer, Rt. 1, Buy home Tuesday evening, Jan. 19, formance for the Bach Anni· the Spanaway fil:'e 'halL A. B. (Kim) Comfort will be the Corner. He has been of great were three resusitator cases, The Journal joins other par- ant meeting of the Alder Com-1150, Spanaway; No valid driv- at 8 o'clock, with Mrs. Doro- versary of 1950. thy Clover as the assisting host.Mr. Bigg's concert program speaker. Newiy' elected officers assistanee in planning the re- with one life saved. There ticipants in the baby derby in munity club this (Thursday) crs license, B.F. $10, WSP. modeling of the former struc- were 679 men answering calls extending heartfelt sympathy to evening at 8:00 o'clock, accordI certify that the above list ess. Mrs. Ruth Allen w.ill have at Pacific Lutheran College.will··· I will be insta.l.led,. Haro.Id Cris· the lesson. include selections by Vivaldi, man as presideht; Ha.rry i__ i._u.·e.' on the site and erect.ing the. during the year. the parents. ing to L. W. Gilbert, secretary.i of violations are. true and reTad Guy Honored William Selby, Caesar Franck, Randal, vice:,:president; Miss large addition, seeing almost ; . .. corded in official court dockets. Morris Guy, better known to Louis Daquin, Bach, Roberti Jane O'Leary, secNtary; Waltevery block a;1.d nail go into Luther C. Shelton his Summit Friends as "Tad," Schuman, Jeban Alain, and I er Webster, trE:asurer. The prophcc. . Clerk of The Court son of Mr. and Mrs. M'. -~. Marc. C.l J?upre. He wil•l also 1 gran1 chairn1.·a.n,. George M. Letourneau and Sacco are, Guy of Knapp road and a jun- play . four . chorale preludes of 1 Brewer states. th;i.t a good time well known throughout grocery ior in electrical engineerin. g a. t .Bac.h bas. e.. d. on hymns by Mar. j is Q.. ssured. n.e:fireshments will cirelcs. Gene Letourneau, who Washington State college, was tin Luther. be served. Club To will be personally in charge of recently initiated into the Eta the meal department, started Park:!and Community Club chapter, Sigma Tau fraternity, 'his career over 26 years ago. He will hold its January election a national honorary fraterf}ity has made his hmnc in Puyallup of officers at Parkland Grade for engineering students. Selecfor the past 16 years and has School Gymnasium Thursday tions are based on personality ... , ,reported by managed some of Tacoma's d 1 t ll h 1 ' c K "Red" Haney Sep1c Electric Co. m Lakeat 8 p.m. largest rctaiu food outlets. He e;re opmen as we as sc o ar. . . . .·· . \VOOd was ent.£red .Tan. 7, and The sewer committee will ship. Tad graduated , from wUl hilvc as his chief assistant L1gh:tnmg struck . not . once, , tentative loss ·riciports estimated give a report of progress made c:ntral ~venue an~ Puyal1.up not tw1~e, .but three times m the .Angelo Bartoy, ·who has spent radio and ·'i:'adfo-phomigraph at the election Jan. 7, and it is ~1 so h1~ m~ny friends Wlsh same place.for James Abraham, 21 fiV<' y(•ars in 1lw Crystal Palcombinations :ri:rissing. Merch· hoped that a speaker from the ac<' ·!Vl:1rke-t, 'faeon1a, and has him luck m his chosen career. Rt. 7, Box 559, w?o reported to ant patrolimifr F. w. Phillips University of Washington Comwidr' lrnbwJedge of food prodSympathy ,Deputy. H~len Wick. on Jan. 9, discovered th~· ehtr about 5 a. munity Deve\opmen'1: Commis· llels. Deepest sympathy goes _to th.at. someone had siphoned ap. m. and . si.trinnon!ci Deputies sion will be on hand to discuss the ~arry Thompsons, who live p~oXJmately $9 worth of gas- Paul Otto and ''l'om Durham l\.forcclla Lt•lourrwau, wife of "Operation Bootstrap." on Bmgham road, on,' the death ohne fr~i;n, ~he tank of an auto and store :n'l'Q.nagei: Mr; Munk, Mnc Letournea n, is presently The wTestling match has of Mr. Thampson s father, parked m h!s front yard. and. arrived•. at the loss•figures. employed at lhc J. C. Penney been postponed until Feb. 3, Waldo E. Thompson, who pass* * * · ,. , ,. * ii!orn in Puyallup where she ·and the wrestling com;uittee of e? away r-;ew Year'~ day at A screwdriver was _used by Automotive ~quipment valued worked for tlie past five Sev Kittlesen, Marv Tommer-; his home on Golden-GJVen ~oad prowl~rs to open a wmdow at at ~llO was cremoved from the ;/cars. Dick Letourneau, son of vik, Bob Lynd, Fritz Beitz, and ?-t the age of 85. 1:1~· ~ad ~ved Baldy s Tavern_ at Edgewood, Graham Garage. Jan. 9, after ,v!£H' and Maree Ha, is a sophoNeil Gaiser will make their re- Ill Taco~a and v;cm1ty ~mce J~n. 9, a.ccorilin? to Deputy' thieves removed. a cover from more at the Puyallup high port. ~.;choo1. 1904 ana was chief e.ngmeer D1tlm'a_. _n··'. b.u.·t nothmg was found Q. disused .e_n. tryvv:ay to gain All the residents of the Park(Continued on Pagi; 8) to be missmf * * entrance. G.a11age owner Fred Sacco, like his partner, has land community are urged to , Erickson, 'w)lq sl!mmoned of· <erved. as manager of several purchase tickets, as well as the N.·e·w···.Ye··..a.. rs day pr?ved un.-1ficers Jaroe_:H·P.hil·l·.·and Lyle and has taken an active residents in Collins, Midland, lucky for Mrs. Johnme Clark, Lathrop reported -the same·. :>art in the growth of and Central Avenue, as the proTwo wedding anniversaries in of. the Dun Roven Inn, Graham, ... . . · .· . · he 'Tacon1a C~rocers' asfits will ·be divided equally be- early January brought together she reported thieves entered Ithing had hau,pened before. ·;Od<lfion of which he has been tween the Parkland Commun-. a foursome of old-time friends the residence sometime after 2 , • ·. ·.. :· •.. · . · mernhcr for ni.any years. ity Club and the Franklin this week, Mr .. and Mrs. Louis ~ l\trlllor.nf "R£1.n11hllr> .nnmlnO- f,;. High ,,."... thlcti'C . .A... s~cciaticn. c.:ottec, e~:l]<:"e a_r1c1 ice cream ............. ... ... -Mrs. ;Jennie Grodvig, presi- Visit Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Robin- ~~nt;iri~d~i~- ~·bvan·l~ b-;~:·· -·· cl;;,v•~uv~~~a;~' d;~c; "~lll "i;; wiH be served thrnughout the dent, has urged all residents son at their home at 116th and three-day celebration. Gifts and * * " . I held at the. Thrift Community of the community to attend the A Sts. The Millers, who lived box"s or g;roccrir:s will be Today's the DayA 22 cal. automatic pistol was i hall Saturday evening, Jan. 16, Community Club meeting so for years at Summit View, missing Jan. 9, following a 1· beginning at 8:30 o'clock, acrnvarded. There will also be The grand opening of the new Thrift Pays Food Center, Airport Road and that they may learn what is where they operated Miller's spill taken by William J. Philes, cording to David Parch en, 4-H plug hats as special favors. The Meridian, offers many attractive features this weekend, beginning with going on .in their community. Dairy. They are celebrating of Olympia reported Sgt. Olson. club reporter. The party is management ('Xtends a cordial Thursday, Jan, 14. Pictured before one of the handsome ultramodern reAnyone residing in the com- their 25th anniversary, the Philes _re.}lorted.. h.e took the fall Ip. l.imn. e.d for bath young people iiwltation to everyone to at· frigerated counters are the two co- owners and the brother of one, also to tend the grand opening .Thursmunity .or_ owning a bu.sil}ess Robinsons their 24th, at an in· .at Brookdale road and Pacific and their elders and will last be associated with the !business. Left to right, they are Gene ·Letourneau, there automatically may be a formal affair at the Robinson Ave., and an the confusion the for tWo hours. The 4-H g·irls ( today), Friday and Satur. home today ('I11mrsday). Carl Sacco and M. E. "Mac" Letourneau. 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New stop signs on state high- I Meanwhile tests are underPublished Every Thursday j ways, county roads and city way of a new sign which says ADDRESS ............P. 0. BOX 654, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON : streets are on'.the way, accord- "Yie'1ct Right Of Way" at sevl19lli and Pacific Avenue Phone GRanite 3466 At the risk of sounding repetitous, again we call] ing to W .. A. Bugge, dir- eral parts of the state highway. Application fo:;:- entry as second-class matter is pending. White Face Grain Fed Steers Cut & Wrapped Y2 or whole The new sign, however, will t. ff". f' t · th'. · f' th · , ector of highways for the . t Entered at Parkland, Washington Post Office 1s 1ssue o e Tlmes- Washington State Highway a tte~ t 1011 o 1 a 1c sa e y m CUSTOM CUTTING AND WRAPPING not be accepted for use in the l Commission. JACK BROWN ·--··--··--····--····-·····-···--··----·--··---···--···-.. ·- PUBLISHER Jomnal. RETAIL SALES WED., THURS., & SAT. state unless the Highway ComOn the front page of the magazine section are The new stop sign will GIRE THEIS ................................................ GENERAL MANAGER mission is convinced by comWE RETAIL AT WHOLES)l,LE PRICES NEVA T. HONEYWELL .................................................... EDITOR three pictures showing various processes of traffic have a red backgr·ound with plete tests that it is necessary .HJDY DENSMORE ........................................ASSISTANT EDITOR v.iolator must go through before he is cleared of his the word STOP in white. for highway safety. Carsten's Quality Graded Beef U.S. Govt. in~p• crime. Both the word STOP and the BiLL BLACK ---·--·-·-···· .... ··-····-···----·---.. --.. ··--··---··---·-·ADVERTISING White Face Beef This graphic illustration should serve as a rered back.ground will be fully DOLORES BHOWN ................................................ CIRCULATION minder and a warning to all of us-but it probably r~flecto~1zed so that the new PURE GROUND BEEF •• 3 lbs. 97c KENNETH POTTLE .................... SHOP SUPERINTENDANT n't sign will stand out when WES McKEWEN .............................................. PHOTOGRAPHER WO • • . headlights strike it at night. POT ROAST • • • • • • • • lb. 32c One of th? g1:ea:test .f::iults of the huma_n ~e~ng. 1t Because of the heavy cost of ROG McDONALD ............... ········-·---·--···-.. ·-·-- SPORTS EDITOR would seem, lS his mab11lty to grasp the s1gmf1cance replacing au eioisting yellow C. K. (Red) HANEY ..................... --····--·--·-· POLICE REPORTER BOILING BEEF • • • • • • • lb. 19c of any event unless .he is tangibly effected .by it. signs, replacement by the new Subscription Rate The probable reaction to the pictures and story red signs will be done only as • • • • • lb. 55c SIRLOIN STEAKS Outside Outside Out Of I.PietteInCounty ) Pierce Countf State U.S.A. will run something like this: the yellow ones wear out or are ONE YEAR $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.25 RIB STEAICS • • • • • • • • • lb. 45c "Hm-State Patrol caught another poor guy- broken. _ SIX MONTHS $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 Advertising Rates On Request glad it wasn't me. Kind of mean to arnest the guyROUND STEAKS • • • • •• lb. 59c Qualified as a Legal Publication under Chapter 213 of the he only went through a little stop sign." Legislative Acts or me 1Sl41 Regular Session of the State of GROUND ROUND • • • • .• lb. 45c f'· .~ Consider, please, what would be the. tune if "the SOMETHING NEW Washington. ('!'":·"'' , poor guy" hit another car and caused the death of one ~/~~1·*~.~,r~ BONELESS BEEF CUBES ••• lb. 45c t}ffi;c)J;- __ ,~'t1, HAS BE~N ADDED or two, possibly more people. He would then become \:?)~~;l. PURE PORK SAUSAGE • • • lb. 45c in the eyes of those who knew or were related to the injured or dead a "murderer", "not fit to hold a SPECIAL ON MILK VEAL driver's licem~e". · But still to thousands-no millions-of citizens GR who travel the highways each "clay, he wouldn't even 8258 have an identity-merely another statistic to boost 1 Block North. of Airport on Canyon Road the yearly total of fatalities on the highway. Canyon Road Next to Summit Trading Co. We Retail at Wholesale Prices Unidentified - unknown, until one clay a relative WE DELIVER GRanite 7136 or a friend is hurt or someone you know is caught speeding in a restricted zone-then like a movie being shown again and again, the tableau is re-enacted, OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY .• 7 DAYS A WIEE and a few more average cit.izens become aware that it's the little violations-done just one too oftenthat cause the big heartJbreaks. It seems a shame that people ha've to be shown by this grim and cruel means that traffic safety is a prime necessity in modern-day life; but, until examples such as these have the desired effect, the ghoulish story must travel relentlessly on and the screaming headlines must rec.:onl its shocking epic.

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The historic House chamber By Don. Magnuson really is not large enough to Congressman at Large ·Sidelights on President Eisen- accommodate such rnun:bers hower's State-of,the-Union ad- comfortably, and there were dress to the Congress last week: some -raised eyebrows in eviSpace in the House, where dence after several senators the President speaks, always is observed standing throughout at a premium on this great the hour-long ceremony last st11te occasion, of course. At- Thursday. A block of choice seats at tending are members of Congress, tl1e Supreme Court, the the front of the chamber is Cabinet, the foreign diplomatic I reserved for the senators, corps.· and a few other high of- . diplomatic corps, Supreme ficials of government. Former Court and cabinet. This time, members of Congress are ad· someone slipped, and there 1 were not enough seats in nutted, too.

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In the next issue of the Times-Journal we will attempt to present an accurate picture of the traffic problem during the year just past. State Patrol officials kept a map-record of all traffic incidents during 1953, and the Times will present this map along with other pictures and a story. Until next week become a headline statistic.

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Page 5 at East Wenatchee. Lynn, the Thursday, Jan. 14, 1954 Kirkland, represcntmg oldest son, graduated from The ADVISER 6 Mary Perr~ circle of the · · . . woodland, Puyallup and is now 1 Ave. 111 _Bap~st .:~mrch; w~~~~ Mrs. Karl Cordes attcndjng Central "".ashington the home of Mrs. Cole's brother District Survey help. organ.izmg l~s · nd Puyallup 5-2511 College as an art ma]Or. So far and family Albert Hughes Members of the P-TA and greatly appreciated._ ev. a Meet Your Neighbor he has done remarkably well ' · Preschool are assisting the 0 Mrs. p,aul 0Stonee Harla11 _was born i_n and numerous awards. on All Oversight school in. a survey dis~ussrnn. :11 ~In be read for Sprmg ':'alley, Mmn., which is his art; he 1s also a member of Neglect was made to call at- of the ent1re d1str1ct. Informa· ti,itidn, whic located 111 the southern part of Kappa Phi. Bob, the youngest ten lion to the windows at the ti on regarding the number of approval. . v· 0 t· H0 me the state, while Wesley Wil- son, graduated from Woodland Woodland school over the holi- preschool children in the dist· . . liams ".HS born in Eagle Bend, and _is now allendh1g _Puyallup days. The cleverly attired wind- rict is needed to complete t~is, Car Accid:nt ' •m., Mrs. Pa_ulme Betchawl, ':hi Minn., rn the. northern. part of rn. Iris interests he m F.F.A. ows, done in Ole' St. Nick, jf you have a pre-school child hus been m a Tacoma. hospita the state. It took a blmcl date and helping his partner, Pop,' candles 'and Christmas scenes and have not been contacted, '.o:· some 1i~e, ree~vermg frori; some years later to bring these with their m.u ~ual investment!I were d~ne by the art depart'. will you please .call Mrs. MinlllJttr1es received '-'hen her c~ two together and to our com- of beef and da1ry cattle. Wes- ment and were admired by all ch au, 5-8128 or Mrs. Cordes, turned over n.Nir her ho1,11e, ~s munity here at Woodland. Nel- lcy Williams served ti.;vo terms the community. , 5-2511, or the school, 5-7422. now cqpvalescmg at home. Her lie was the only daughter of 011 the Woodland school board , ._ S ._ Y-,.d grandson, Jack Barnes_ of Ta- Mr. and Mrs. Harlan but she and on the county re-organiza- ~ m • 1lll 'llB. • B B B • 'II& 'II& 'B. II. coma will be with her for some I was fortunate to have four tion ·board. He has been As- 1111 • • brothers. The family moved: sistant Scout Master, Master. of 11111 THE BEST Of UJCK !di Kindergarten Ill The loss of a kindergarten at west to the Yalnma valley and . the Fruitland Grange, an active Kapowsin grade school, felt, later here on the coast. Wes, member o fthe P-TA and the 11111 · · · ii!il kee;nly this past term because the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Youth Council. Photography is Jiii Williams, had a brother and is hobby and he is employed at p of millage voting, was solved di! to everyone's satisfaction. Thru four sisters. The 'Williams fam- the General Hardware in Taasonry Or Y Pl the combined efforts of the ily also decided to move to the coma. Mrs. Williams is past • west and ended up in Surrmer president of Woodland P-TA community and the Preschool 11111 , llllf and P-TA, funds were raised to and .then . Puyallup. Through and Homecraft club and. an ac- jllll the blind date, arranged by Neltive member of P-TA and • 1111' procure the teaching services lie's girl friend, what began Grange and is assistant cook at 1111 of Mrs. Frank Steele, a teach11111 er with a fine ·background of with a movie ended up a full the sehool. It is easy to see ~ handling young children. The time date. About two years lat- why Woodland grows with <Ill er the young couple were mar neighbors like these. . ~ 'W. 'W.W.-.~~~~ 11111:~ -~-. ~~• • first Monday of February will candidates Should Register ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;.;.;;;;;.;..;.;;;. see many new names added to ried and rented a home here Any registered voter inter- ' the enrollment, including sev- neal' .the school and they bought the family home they now live ester in filing for director of eral from Elk Plain. A happy Best Wishes and Success To ,i.n. JuliEj, their o}dest child, the Woodl:and school board sense of achievement may be graduated from Woodland and should file at the county court felt by those. who have made the step possible. A small tui- Puyallup high and also the house from Jan. 8th to 23. The Central, Washington Co'1lege of office is open from 9 a.m. to tion fee for each pupil will be Education at Ellensburg, and is 4:30 p.m. week days and closed asked, to defray expenses. now teaching 8th and 9th grade on Saturdays. Election will be from 4-H 'Meets in New Home . on the 9th of March. Watch The new h.ome of Mr. and Mrs. Je~ry Shannon was the The... members are friends of later news for propositions on meeting place of the Girls' 4-H long:standing, wl10 organized ba-llot. Neighborhood Club club last Monday. Their daugh- many years ago, and ·a silver The January meeting of the ter, Sharon, was hostess to .16 offering was presented to Mrs. of her club members and lead- McGee, with which she will buy Neighborhood club was held er, Mrs. William Mcswain, and something personal to remem1 , ,; "'; ;"'; ;"'; "'; '"; 1 1; 1'"; ;"'; ;'"; "'; "'; 1 1 ; "'; "'; ; "'; ; '"; "'; "'; ;1"';,; "'; "';,; '"; "'; 1 u; ; "'; ; "'; ; "'; ; '"; "'; 'm; ";,; 1 1 ;,; m;,; 1"; ;'"; ;"',1 1 r.: laSt at theFollowing home of j 1~-;;~·";;'";;"';;uu;;"'~"';:"'~"';;"';;un;;"';;"'~"'~"';;'";i111~ Mrs. ·Wednesday· J. C. Mullins. served refreshments after work ber .the occasion.. Daughter Returns a dessert luncheon games and was done on their year's projMr. and Mrs. Joe Jupiter were Bingo were played. Present ect books. Girls who attended - .WISHING YOU A HUGE the 4-H Leaders' Council at happy to welcome their daugh. were Mesdames Walter Waller, ter, Delores, home Tuesday Frank Wiggins, Bill Westman, the meeting held in Graham last Wednesday night reported (Jan.·· 12) from Valdosta, · Ga., Bill Henn, Karl Cordes and on hearing the interetsing Ex· where.she has been since sep. the hostess, Mrs. Mullins. The IN YOUR NEW STORE change student, a former 4"H tember. Her broth~r, Roy February meeting will be held girl, who told of five months in Snover, with whom she made at the home of Mrs. Harry Heil. TH R I FT P A Y FI N '.E F 0 0 D S Visiting Scotland where she lived in 12 her .. home there, has. recently AT THE WILLOWS CORNER transferred to an , Air Force Mr. and Mrs. George Cole different homes, and showed slides of life there. · base in Alabama "'.here he will Sr. and Grandpa Cole spent M. L. ALSBURY. Contractor serve as an instructor. Kew Year's day in Seattle at Weds in California - DRY WALL FINISHING The Matthew Fergusons are 607 No. Fife St. Tacoma telling friends delightedly of the recent marriage of their u m a son, Robert McConnell FerguAND THE BEST OF WISHES son, to. Sondra Lou Ann Eckman, daughter of the Rev. and To LETOURNEAU & SACCO Mrs. Clifford Eckman· of Glen· P~Y FOODS dale, California. The we(!ding took place in the· 1ovely Chapel AT Airport Road & Meridian Street of.Roses and was the cull11inaTo LETOURNEAU & SACCO tion of a childhood romance. The tall,. well-known son. of the ON YOUR. NEW STORE Ferguson's is with the 6th Army, stationed at the Pre-

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Joe CitMzen Has Tangle ith Lawilearns Lesson Ever wonder just how the processes of the law work on an ordinary citizen-just a runof-the-mill guy-say a traffic violator? Nothing spectacular - no bi· zarre events, just a simple thing like going through a stop sign onto an arterial highway without hesltating. A thing almost anybody does at least once a week-only this time Joe citizen got caught. It was about 9:45 p.m., on Dec. 30, a clear night, after a day of rain and wind. Patrolman Al Stewart of the Washington State Patrol is cruising along Pacific avenue, may.be thinking of the big night

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on New Year's Eve, and hoping nothing serious happens to mar the safety record. Suddenly at the intersection of Pacific Ave. and Military road, a car pulls onto the highway without stopping for the sign. Of such little things as these, safety records are shattered.

Patrolman Stewart sounds the siren, and the '37 model car pulls to the side of the road. The patrol car pulls up behind, and the, case history of Joe Citizen, Traffic Violator, records its first entry. The driver's name is Lewis C. Hankinson, home address 8234 So. Tacoma Ave. Next question: does he know he jusL went through an intersection onto a busy higb:way without even a pause? An_y exc;use Jor his action? Hankinson. replies that he· isn't feeling too well, .and certainly isn't thinking clearly-no other excuse, he admits he was wrong.

The citation is written, and Hankinson is ordered to appear in Justice of the Peace Delbert Bresemann's court at 1:30 p.m. INSURANCE Jan. 2., CLAY ROLEY AGENCY Chapter two! Hankinson 98th and Portland Avenue enters a plea of guilty and the GR. 8501 wheels of justice ponderously ROY V. ROSTEDT AGENCY turn. 8201 Park Avenue Patrolman Stewart appears Phone HA 2342 as the state's witness, and· Judge Bresemann gives the verdict. GR. 4488 Res. Phone GR. 5044

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He Said He Was Sick and wasn't quite aware of what he was doing, but Washington State Patrolman Al Stewart was, and as a result these pictures were taken--showing just how the process of the law works, once it is set in motion-in this case, the experience of Lew.is Hankinson, 8234 So. Tacoma Ave. The first photo shows Officer Stewaet writing out the citation at the junction of Military Road and Pacific Ave., after the '37 DeSoto, minus a front· bumper and other essentials, had pulled onto Pacific without the required arterial stop. This was at 8 :L15 p.m., Dec. 30.

Court Cl.erk Luther C. Shelt.on receives Hankinson,'s $12,-$10 fine and $2 court costs, after he has been duly tried and sentenced.·

And Hankinson's $10-how is it spent ·r As set down by the state law, one-half, in this case $5, goes to the county road district. One-fourth ($2.50) to the state parks and parkways fund, and the remammg quarter ($2.50) to the highway safety fund. Thus Joe Citizen-alias Lewis Hankinson-finds the law is meant for little People as well as big-and for small breaks as well as large chasms in the wall of justice.

Hankinson appears before Justice of the Peace Delbert Bresemann of Spanaway. in the second photo, Jan. 2. He entered a plea of guilty, was duly tried, and sentenced to pay a fine of $10 and court costs of $2.

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By c. R. Doran Farmers need. good records of business. This was Clear to the 60 farmers and wives attending the farm account meeting held last Monday. Art Peterson, Extension management specialist, explained the need of .records for proper analysis of farm business. S. J. Kalivas representing the Internal Revenue office ex< plained that good farm account book was acceptable as evidence of expenses. In this case expense receipts would not be necessary. Questions about reporting illustrated how necessary it is for farmers to get dependable information. Mr. Kalivas cited the case of a Yalley farmer who had paid tax on several thousands of dollars in excess of his true income. A case of poor records that resulted in a welcome refund for the farmer. Different financial arrangement for the same operation af. fects reporting the farm income. One farmer reported spending $1200 {or bull dozing. While trees were being uprooted he sawed and trucked the marketable timber affected. For this re received $900. He was advised to report the $900 as income; the $1200 expense is regarded as farm improvement. Another farmer in a similar operation received $100 from the dozer operator who took

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the timber affected in payment for his work. He was advised to report the $100. as income. This advice seemed a little confusing but it emphasized the importance of being properly informed before income reporting. Drop a card to the county agents' office 501 Court House, Tacoma, for a new bulletin "1953 Farmers Income Tax". For 40c you can also obtain "The Washington Farm Record Book."

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ate included service ,in some of this group· for eighJ years. the · country's .leading· Baptist Rev. Vance Babcock is servchurches. .,Author of several ing .temporarily as pastor. books and numerous tracts and ·pamphlets, he. •now serves . as e(litor of the Baptist Bulletin, AMERICAN wi.th. headquarters in Chicago. ART CO. He. is also a board.. member of a i'iumber of independent BapCUSTOM . PICTURE tist mission agencies and FRAMING schools. OLD MASTERS AND The General Association of MODERi."if PRINTS Regular Baptist Churches, · BRoadway 4327. formed 20 years ago to "raise a 6th standard of Biblical ·separation 2046 .from •worldliness, modernism and apostasy,'' now number 657 churches' with a combined membersJ.?.ip exceeding 113,000. The Clover Creek Baptist church has been identified with '

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American Legion Takes Stand ,On Admission of Red China To UN 1

Unalterable opposition to the that we are wholeheartedly seating of Red China in the opposed to the admission of United Nations has been indi- the so-called Chi!lese People's cated by members of Parkland Republic to the United NaPost No. 228, The American tions.'' Opposition to seating Red Leglion, Post Commander Al Sc>aman, Parkland, announced China is in accordance with mandates of The American this week. "The opposition includes a Legion's 1953 National Convenpetition to the Presiden-t of tion held in St. Louis, Comthe United States signed by mander Seaman pointed out. local Legionnaires and other MONEY IN local citizens which has been distributed at the request of YOUR PALM State Legion Commander, Jasper A. Reynolds, Walla Walla," Commander Seaman said. In making his appeal in support of the petition, Commander Reynolds urged Legion Posts . in the state of. Washington to ' "marshall all their resources and facilities in opposition to seating of Red China by the UN", Commander Seaman added. TWO DAY Commander Reynolds also stated: "During the past several months, there has been increasPd activity on the part of those interested in the admission of Communist China to the United Nations to enlist public opinion against the regularly constituted government of China." "Communists nave been carrying on a well organized propaganda for the United States JAN. 15 &. 16th ONLY to abandon the regularly conCASH &. CARRY stituted government of China and admit another satellite govAsk Us About The ernment of Soviet .Russia to the Week End Decorator Plan

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Sandy Saddler, world featherweight champion, meets Bill Bossio in a top flight ten-rounder to be nationally televised and broadcast from the famous St. Nick's Arena Friday night (January 15) on the Cavalcade of Sports by the Gillette Safety Razor Company. The fight, marking the return of the champion to the ring a'fter two year's service in the Army, will start at 7:00 p.m. and may be seen over the NBC

tunity to determine the effects a two-year absence from the ring may have upon the titleholder. Saddler has expressed a willingness to defend his. title within sixty days of his discharge from the Armed Forces, and considers Friday's bout a most important tune-up. His record shows a total of 142 appearances, gaining 129 wins90 of KO-and l1 losses. Bill Bossio is now ranked tenth in his class and features a slam-ga'llg body style of attack. He has appeared in 55 bouts, and scored 40 wins - 14 by KO-with 13 losses.

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Ruehle Chalks High Ga.me: Hits 298 Mark

Bouts Set Jan. 27, 28

Entries for the 1954 Goluen Gloves Tournament we:·~ pourBill Ruehle, one of Tacoma's ing in at the latest report and fastest rising bowling stars, from all indications thi; year's slammed the pins hard a few I tournament will be best ever nights ago and set a ne1v sea- held in this area. son's single game record with The tournament is scheduled a near perfect 298. for January 27 and 28 in the Bowling in the Elks annual Tacoma Armory. mid-season doubles tournament Fort Le;wis, last years team Bill poured eleven straight champions, will be back again strike balls down the allev and this year in force along with on his last ball left the 6 i{nd 10 the strong McChord field team pins standing. A strike on the and several other service teams twelfth 'ball would have given in the area_ Tickets for the Ruehle the first perfect game b.outs are on sale at the present of his bowling career and it tn'!le at the Turf, Clark's and would also have .been the first Steves. 300 game o.f the 1953-54 season. He added a 224 second game to his record brealdng i first game and slipped to a 159 count in the third game to wind up with a very respectable 681 series for the evening. Incidently, Bill is employed by the Times-Journal here in 'Parkland, and is one of the better boosters for sports in e low pricel this area. For the past several • Weight 20 lbl years he was active in softball playing with several top notch I • Automatic c:futchl teams in the area. 0 Sam full power in any

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This win gave the Lutes their first conference victory and they now hold a one win one loss record in conference play. The P.L.C. five lost their first game to the strong Whitworth team Friday night 7l to 47. In the Eastern game, four of the Lute regulars hit the double figures. Al Gubrud led the Parkland team with fi points, followed closely by Garnet Lund with 14. Bob Ross and Jack Sindcrson hacl 10 each. It was Sindersons two-pointer with 18 seconds remaining to play that cinched .the victory. The score wa stied 60 to 60 and it. looked like llw game would be decided in an overtime period until Sindcrson let fly with his jump shot from the corner. The Gladiators face a busy week of basketball again this week.t They meet their cross town neighbors, the College of Puget Sound Loggers Thursday night (tonight) mid then taken on the Central \Ii/ashington Wildcats Friday night. Both games will be played at the P.L.C. gym. Game time for both contests, 8:00 p.m.

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HERE AND THERE IN SPORTS <Gontinl1ed from Page 7) advantage of this school should west after spending the last getin touch with the Park Dist~ few years in this area coaching rict office.at 210 City Hall Anfirst at Tacoma, until hockey nex and sign up for the course. folded up, and then this year, Joe Da!Porte is the chief inat Seattle. . structor for· the course. down the; inspired . Peninsula Muzz was a great booster for .five 65 to 53 Friday evening in this grand country of ours and • w.m probably return here if Oops! Our Mistake This hard fought win gives things don't work out as plan. . . . . . .. . · · ·.a ·recor . ·d ·.o· f. . 6 wms · · · ned wishes to th.•. e ..Braves . . .· in ·the .eas. . t ' His. w 1·. re· and .. · · The ·1 •T1mes..Journal. · •· · • family will .remain in Tacoma apo og1ze to the .. Stolz Studio on n~ losses ~o take the com- ·until school is out and will then in Sout~ Tacoma for incorrectmandmg lead m the West Cen- joiri him in New York. ly labeling a photo taken ~Y tral; Bas~etball League. Going .·• :fie will take over as head .them as a lVIcKewen Stud10 into•. the· game Peninsula. was I man of the Rangers immediat- product. tied for second place with Eat- ly and will try to bring the The photo of Carmen Robinonville >but this >loss dropped team back as a contender from son in last week's edition was them into third spot. their ·present fifth place posi- taken by Stolz. (Oh well, every J,.,eading the Braves s.corers tion. body gets at least one mistake). was.Gene l{etter with 19 points. He had .Plenty of help from the More Than 200 Attend F R I DAY N I T E ' S rest.of the squad as Felix BrodSki School TELEVISION FIGHT igan, Walter Leigh anu Dave More than 200 high school SANDY SADDLER Rich all hit the net for double students turned up Iii.st Satur(W11Z~,L111,K0'$190) figures. day for the free ski instructiOJ1 vs. at Snoqualmie Summit. The Bl.LL BOSSIO Bethel 65 (W:40,L:)3,KO'Sl14) school, sponsored by the Pa.rk 11 District and the Tacoma News JAN. 15, '54 FEATHERWEIGHTS Rich, f Ketter, 19 Tribune, will continue during the ski season with. school b!;!- 1 - - - - - , - - - - - - - - , - - - 16 ing held each Satur{lay. It is 15 expected that·. the group will be Parkland· ' much larger this week~end because of the fine time had by Plumbing. ~ Peninsula 53 the students attending the first Heating 14 meeting. Jerstad, f Freckelton, f ...................;;... The. students will be sp1it up GR 3710 into many small groups accordNew. Installations Arnold, c .............................. 14 ing to how far advanced they Repairing Pumps, Hot Seelye, g 15 are in the use of the. tricky Water Heaters, Washers 7 boards. They will .be given inSluggish. Drains Opened structions by some of the best Shop Located at ski instructors in this part .of the country. 770 South 12oth Youngsters wishing to take

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Times journal v 9 no 18 jan 14, 1954  
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