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............ HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHING&apos;FUN MAY 3, 1945 PAGE 2 THE HERALD-REPORT00 L. A. GILLFPIE, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class, matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entents where an admission fee is charg- ed, cards of thanb, .so!ufions of condolence, or notices intended to promote privat business of any kind, must be paid for at regu- lax rates. BREWSTER NEWS NOTES Mr. John Waddell, of Omak, is reported ill. Several members of ,the family eside ;here. Miss Ma MNult; wnt .to her home near Spokane for the week end. Mr. and ----'MRS. Io: Dittert of Twisp called on Mr. and Mrs. G. ABOUTTIIE-,, New tension l.w Became Effec- ,|, NEW BUSINESS FOR PATER0S REC00TION AND LUNCH BAR Mr and Mrs. Ralph Bonar .have purchased the building formerly S. Asbury Monday, and `transacted business in town. A distinc earhq&k'e tremor was felt here Sunday afternoon. Doors and dishes wre" rattled. .Mrs. Marion SBr:w left Tues- day for the Coast to visit rela- tives at Eerett and Redmond. She expects to be gone two weeks. Miss Ma#b;ll rnstxong en- joyed a picnic dinner Sunday witch friends up the Methow at the occupied by Pearne Smith on Live Yesterday--Legislators Main Street, and are remodeling Changed Your Mimt For You it into a snack bar or sandwich Olympia, May 2- The most li- counVer. They plan on making ice -^' .... i ^- law 'for senior cii I cream and there will also De a ,o., v,,o ,'- " "" - and . bowling alley, where young zens in America became effective old may enjoy an evening. in Washington on Tuday and[ Mr. Wheeler, from Wenatchee, checks are now in the mails or will-be, there to instruct folks, are being prepared on the basis'should they wish contest games, of this law. The law provides a etc. Mr. Bonar expects to OlYen minimum of $50 per month for] for business about the 15th of those receiving-ese dheks and' he director of soc{al security I May. says that "the eligible old persdn ] with no resources is to be paid l Petition ISor leers of adminis- -- ma-"  tration for ,the estate of Maxtha $50 or whatever his neeus y i . be. In SO,he instances chcks Will I JJavm has been filtd by two run over $100 " [daughters, Marian E. George and T .... L__ f. months- vo IHelen F. School, asking a sister tars of this state decided by a l f tae deased,. Mary Eleano total of 403,756 to 240,565 tlmt] Jacopson m appomxea. just such a law was not wanted, l  Th measure, on the ballot as In-I. rt 'In the da s of slave'- tlhe " e I m pa y . y itiatie 157, provided m substanc _ - . .. .... almost the same benefits as the' blacks had social security. Their bill passed by `the ltgislature by food and clothing and a guaran- embers selected at tire same e-Itet<l living for life was sup#Lied lection at which you cast the rove them, by usually kind masters. If merttioned. Legislators From Bot Parties Participated In Gesture There was no'-change in the need of senior citizens between the time of the affection and the act by the legislatuxe. The differ- we want freedom, private initi- ativ and the opportunity to real- ly get ahead, we must give up some of the security that seems so dear to the heart these days. Can you imagine the pioneers who came west in the covered Newnmn home. Mr. H. E.Crossof sPlains, Mon- tana, arrived ltmt Friday for a visit with the C. J. Sehuike famlJy. They had not seen-each oer for seven Irears. lip Mrs. John Gebbers and Mary Albin are in British Columbia this week, where Mm. Gbbers is re- cuperating from a jaw infection. @ P A Vo0000er. general man- ager and sound technician for the Ulsh & Gillespie theatres in the county, slnt Monday in Brew- ster. ms Gamble is home for a tSme from Sea,tie, subject to call to the Navy on twenty-four hour notice. Mrs. Kar CenenTn, newly e- lectel president of the Civic Lea- gale, conducted te meting Thurs day at the Library. Mrs. H. Carp- enter and Mrs. G. C. Brakn were hostesses. Mr. and 00rs" and family have returned to their home at Ephrata after a visit with Mrs, Turner's mother, Mrs. Lawless, and other rAatives. Mrs. I. B. Paxlmr Ls returnd ence was only political and the legislators seemed to feel at there would -be more political gain to them if they played Santa Claus with the taxpayers money than there would be loss. In other words the voters .may, they sein- ed to reason, forget.te tapping of .their tax fund .to the extent of millions ncessary to pay these increases long before those who personally ben'efit.'.:from the in- creases. It seemed the smart ,poli- tical thing ,to do. This opinion was - apparently s_bared by members,of both pr- ties for they erowded upon the hand wagon so ft= that ,they semed to in effect step on ech other in the scramble.-to .endorse l{he masure you sa reently r e- jected. One means, of' stopping this kind of act would be. to fail to her home at Chewelah afar a wagons takin their, chances a-, .. . 2 ,_ .. g _ ,wstt wi her daughter, Mrs Max gamst lmtmns, strange country,  .... " " "" rr in about their I aarchesseau, ana granddaughr, smrvamn, wo y g i Mrs CI- : '- security. After all  questmn i . '. . is only how much security we, Mrs. Howard Guenther took want. A reasonable amount is her son Ronny to Omak Thursday fine but too much can be worse for an examination of his foot, than none.' [as he had developed a limp. They From Here And There t were accompanied by Mrs. Tom- About The State my Dundas and Mrs. O. P. Me- Petitions for reierendum No. Coy. 26, the Game Commission mea- I *_ * * ure, ar being circulated . and  Eugene McLean and EYnest Your local representative for STANDARD OF cALIFORNIA many are signing-- advantages of the Puyallup community for industrial developmt after the war are advanced by the Pess - - Omak Chronical says that e Okanogan irrigation project last yar produced foodstuff valued at $292 per acre, which they say is a record in the Northwt for irrigoted lands - - petitions are Shenyer, in training at San Die- go, arrived home on furlough last week. Ernie returned, but Ceene as detained because of  ill- ness of a friend in the home, Miss Evelyn Vance. It is feared she may have scarlet fever. I O to support these members for re- lYeing widely circulated for the election, unless.'y0u-' approve of i referendum on the Tirnber le- their disregard for your-express-, sources Board bill - - being efer- ed wish in the matter, " I endure No. 27 - - this is ,the refer- Gifts Total Mor@ Than | endum sponsored by Parent-Tea- Fourteen Million'-" Dollars . chars organizations who say they Wile we are looking hto this expect the greatest number of sig- Situation it is weF to note t" natures ever carried on a refer- .. endure-- even though they got 1e estimated totaY:*|ncrsase , rt some fourteen million"clollars for off to a late sta . the two years which :briigs fel grand total for le. nsion UrPoses PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO THE "to an estimated sty million _HERALD-REPORTER dollars. This Win-lo more than 60,000 persons: WXe,do'not ' ' presume to judge if this is too much for this ISe, or even i' enough to pay. We" do know of senior citizens :.Wh o ar..said to fee] that .there is no inentive to be t'arifty or to attempt'to work  for the stae will take care of them. The question may be 'vll we be abl.:tO, maintain-eese people in .the mariner in which they hav become=aceustond in ears " the post war y ., Senator Don i]le Souods Warning. Lndieates A Limit In 'his ,F, ast Wendtchee Journal 'State Senator Do Miller recen ly commenting on the trend in this social Serity situation said I AVAILABLE II a.a. YElL I , A FAVOR,TE AT HOME AND AT THE | Fou00rA,00s - | j MEADOWM00R ICE CREAM i MEADOWM00R DAIRY | OMAK0 WASHINGTON " BREWSTER GRANGE NOTES The Grange charter was draped at Thursday's meeting in memory of one of the members, Harold Blomquist, who died in a prison camp on Luzolr. It was voted to keep the names of all Service men and women, wm had been members of Brewster Grange, on the rolls until sixty days after the duration Two candidates were received into membership. Jan- ice Wilson was elected as alter- note to attend the State Conven- tion at Bellingham in June Gel'- aldine Elliott reported on the findings of the Pomona commiee delegated ,to investigate the coun- ty's ambulance facilities, and the subsequent recomnvendations. A resolution was adopted by the Po- mona urging the purchase, as soon as they are available, of three army ambulances, one for each comissioners district, a perman- enfdriver to be secured for each. Plans were made and,commit- tees appoind for the HospRtd Benefit Dance, sponsored by `the Bar and Brewstr Granges and scheduled for May 12th. Eigh- teen Patrons from here, includ- ing fourteen officers, took flue 'Traveling Hall' to Malott April 24th. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lane anl fami- lyhave returned to Snohomish after a visit hre with Mrs. Lane's grandparents,-Mr, and: Mrs. U. H. Myers, and at' the George Mushy home at Olema. Mr. andMm.*J. V.'Parigo were over from Vllpinit for the week end, renewing pleasant acquain- tanceshipa. They were among those attending, Saturday een- ing, the Grange meeting at River- ide. BODY WORK IS ALL 'GUARANT00 BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- ING UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- ERAL BODY REPAIR WORK RADIATOR REPAIRING AND ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM CHECK-UP WORK CHELAN BODY AND FENDER WORKS JACK BLAIR, PROP. II I HARRIS EleCTRIC SHOP BREWSTER @ NOW OPEN FROM 1 PM. TO 4 PM. DALLY PHONE 40 OR 40R W. R. HARRIS _ IJ WE SPECIAHZE IN CORSAGES FUNERAL SPRAYS WREATHS EMBLEMS CUT FLOWERS  POTTED PLANTS PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH BREWSTF_ DRUG CO. BREWSTER CLARA WRIGHT BRIDGEPORT SMITH FUNERAL HOME PATEROS H. W.00ON FLORIST : : : : ::: : TONAsKET Best Equipt Plant in N. Can. Wash. CHILD FALLS IN HOT WATER SERIOUSLY BURNED DIES IN HOSPITAL Joanna McLeis, two year old daugkter of Mr. and Mrs. Max MeLeish was seriously burned Monday afternoon when she fell backward into a tub of hot water. Her mother was preparing to no the floor and had gone ou- side for coldwater when ske the child scum. Dr. Stout was called and first aid givenby Miss McEtyea. She was ,taken to the Omak Hospital, where she died at nine o'clock that evening. A house guest,at the home of Mrs. Emma Widel is her sister, Mrs. Joe Budih, who has ben visiting her daugkter in Whittier, Calif., and friends i.Poand and Seattl before returning to her home at Minneapolis. SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Clmlan ......... 7:55 A.M.. Lave Pataros .......... 8:28 ,1 Lave Brewstar ......... 8,40 A.M. Leave Brid .... 9:00 A.M. Lve Musfild ., 9:3t'A.M.  Arrive Spokane 1:15 P.M. Leave Spokane 5:15 P.M. Arrive MmsfieJd ...... 9:00 P.M. Arrive Bridgeport ..... 9:31 P-M.. Arrive Brew, t" ....... 9:50 P.M. Arrive Pateros ........ 10:02 P,M Arrive Chelau ........ 10:35 P.M. Fast Exprs Shipments Made Daily mnections At Pateros For Methow Valley Residents TOWN AND SCHOOL PICNIC TO BE MAY 231 Grades one" throu-----g'h six will be I m FOR PRINTING out May 23rd. The community- PHONE 37 school-picnic will: be held that day The Herald-Reporter on the school grounds. Everyone is invited. WE HAVE SHIPLAP AND OTHER LUMBER AVAILABLE PRIORITY IS NECESSARY @_ GAMBLE LUMBER CO. BREWSTER, WASH. III I ..... L Keep Diesel fuel CLEAN! - . .. . . Every drop of fuel your Diesel burns must go through in- jector-nozzle holes no larger than a human hair. Even tiny : dust specks may jam those holes t. To help make present in- jectors last, keep your Standard Diesel Fuel clean. Store supply tanks under cover. Make rare all bungs, fill caps, etc., are tight. Use filters when filling tractor or equtpment tanks. You'll find 100% "clean Standard Diesel Itml uni- formly dependable: Therriault & Darlington Wholesale Dealers Phone 232 PATEROS, WASHINGTON DOUBLE-H00EADER FROM THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER CO. F:asf as ?n. infield play. sure as an umpire's decision . cheaper han'a bleacher seaf--haf's Wafer Power electric service  real "major league" quality. 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