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PAGE | THE HERALD-REPORTER L. A. GILLE6PIE, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entertainments where an admission fee is charg- ed, cards of thankS, rese!utidns of condolence, or notices intended to promote private bne of any kind, must be paid for at eg'u- lar rates. i I e m J ARE WE PLAIN SAPS ? It is surprising to e how England and France have adopted planned national socialization of industry as a political philosophy after they turn- ed to the biggest capitalistic country in the world to save them from destruction by it. The'e was delightful sarcasm in the remarks of "conservative" Sir Oliver Lyttleton in the House of Commons, when he told the House that the British starrdards of living depend on financ- ial aid from the United States, and that "you must be careful about the nasty things you say about private en0erprise that will affront Ameri- can opinion." Why should the socialistic regime in England think of turning to the United Stales and private enierprish to finance its socialistic schemes? Let the "liberal" party in England tax its own people to pay for the "giftS" whidh it promises them at the hands of government. If socialism is superior to free enterprise, i can certainly finance its spendings. Mr. deGaulle is now i.n the United States. He will undoubtedly seek financial aid for the pro- gram of "national socialization,' of induslrv which is planned for France. Why should we finance a system of government that threatened world peace? We spend countless American lives and some $300,000,000,000 to help curb tihe cruing effect of national socialism under Hit- ler and Mussolini. Are we now ready to admit that the totalitarian type of.centralized government is superior to our own free enterprise and profit system ? The United States stands as the last great ex- ponent of private enterprise, private opportunity and th philosophy of allowing e individual to profit from his own labors. Are we going to throw in with the schemes of those who cried for help from political oppression and now seek to adopt the system we fought to save them from ? IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOC.,AN SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF BREWSTER. WASHING- TON, a corporation, Plaintiff. -vs- OKANOGAN IMPROVEMENT COM- PANY. a corporation: A. MAUDE SAV- AGE. if living, and the unknown heirs of A. Maude Savage. if de,rased: JOHN E. SAVAGE: A. K. GREGG. if living. and the unknown heirs of A. K. Oregg., ff deceased  FRANK GREEN, also known as FRANK GREENE. ig livlng. and the unknown heirs of said Frank Green, if deceased: A. S. YORK." if living, and the unknown heirs of A. S. York, if deaased; also, all other per- sons or parties unknown, eiahning any rights, title, estate, lien o; lnt in the real esate described in the com- plaint herein, Defendants STATE OF WASHINGTON TO T1H[E ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: .. OKANOGAN IMPROVEMENT COM- PANY. a corporation; A. MAUDE SAV- AGE. if living, and the unknown heirs of A. Maude Savawe, if.deceal; JOHN E. SAVAGE: A. K. GREGG. if living, and the unknown heir, of A. K. Gregg. if deceased : FRANK GREEN. also known as FRANK GREENE. if living. and the unknown helrs of said Frank Green, if deceased: A. S. YORK, if "hy- ing, and the unknown heirs of A. S. York. If deceased; also, all other per- sons or parties unknown, claimhlg any rights, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the com- plaint herein : You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days The Gamble Lumber Company bus took a load of employees to Twisp Sunday to attend the ro- deo. The mill was closed Sunday and Monday, starting u again Tuesday morning. after the date of the first phbliattv. of this summons, to-wit: within sixty days after the 23rd of August, 1945, and defend the above entitled action In the above entitled Court and ans' the eomplaint of the plaintiff and serve a eopy of your answer upon the under- signed attorneys for plaintiff at 'their office beow stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be ren- dered against you to the u=- mend of the complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The purpose of this action is to quiet the title Of the plaintiff in and to the following described real estate, situate in the County of Okanogan, State of Washington, to-wit: Lots 1, 2, S and 4 of Blocl. S o the Plat of Virginia City, accord- ing to the official plat thdof, re- corded in Book A of Plats, age page 23. in the off,e of he Couh- ty Auditor of said Okanogan Coun- ty, and to obtain an order of be ab-ve entitled Court, ad judging  hat  he plaintiff is the- owner of *! of he above described real estate, and that any and..a]l claim of right, P! es-e, lien or interest tn the above described land, of the defendan+s, or any of - said defendants, is subordin.te and in- ferior to the title of the p.i-*fff. WICKS & MANSFIELD Attorneys for Pl intiff .... Office and Post Office Address: Okanogan, Washington tg. 23 -- Sept. 27 I I For'a Good Lift Radiant Health Glowing Vitality Hail our rdreshing Bu00ermi]k OKANoGAN. CREAMERY CO. OKANOGAN, TONASKET, OROVILLE, MOLSON, TWISP AND WINTHROP I I ........ II HERALD.RRPORTER, BREWSTER', WASHINGTON BRIDGEPORT I HOME ON FURLOUGH I Cpl. Paul Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hicks came home Sun- MRS. CLARA WRIGHT day on a thirty day furlough. His Jos. W. Bouska of Chewelah last furlough was two and a halt sent Monday in Bridgeport. years ago. He Was in Africa and Earl Wyer was over from the Italy. He wfll re.port at Ft. Lwis coast Sunday. Mrs. Claue kr:hu; has return- ed to her teaching duties at Duley Lake. Shirley D;zelem l:ft this'week to resume her studies at Holy Names Academy in Spokane. Mrs. Susi Lloyd of ,Oregen is visiting at the F_,d. Brandt ranch on Pearl Hill. s S The WS.Cf met Wednesday afternoon a the home of Mrs. F. A. Ham. Carl Peders:n, *fr:m the Met- how Valley was in Brewster, Wed- nesday on business. Mrs. Walter *Conell and child- ren rturned from Seattle the last of the week. and goto Texas. Mrs. C.B? Iamoreux. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lamoreux and daugh- ter Linda. returned from Seattle, the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Slade, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Monro spent several days in Canada the last of the week. Mr. and *M;s. Athur Hopp and son and Mr. I.T. Mahaney of Seattle spent Sunday with Bridge- port relatives. Mr. and Mrs.*A.eW: Napier ami Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Stephen- son and son of Seattle were week end guests at the Claude Arthur home here. a @ n NEW HOURS FOR LOCAL SELECTIVE SERVICE BOARD Miss Bett; litceil*left Sunday for Topeka Kansas to attend Wash , Pursuantto a directive burn College. "; the Selective Brue M;nr l;ft "the first of the week to visit Capt. Runnel Summers at Arlington Virginia, The Brid;eporteCvic League, will meet next Monday evening, September 10th, at 7:30 at %he School House. Cpl. and "MRS. Are Carson came in from Arizona Monday to spend his furlough at the home of Mrs. Carson parents Mr. and Mrs. Vollie Pitts. Mr. and Mrs.=W.G. Alexander of Bremerton are visiting relatices here. They are accompanied by their son Eugene ARM2c of the Navy. A crew ofeme*n ;roe Bridgeport was called Thursday night to fight a grass fire at the Rhuel Smith ranch on Pearl Hill. It was kept from the wheat fields. T-Sat Wi;lart Gro= and wife and daughter Carolyn visited at the Andy Hansen home the last of the week. Mrs. Nor ]ennett of Wilbur and Mrs. Jennie Ellis of Olyrapa, visited at the We. Mahaney home the first of the week. School b;jn ru;sday morn- ing with the following teachers; seventh and grades, Jewell Pyles; intermediate, Mrs. Clestine .Allen, primary grades Mrs. Edith Smoth- erman; Several high school pupils are going to Brewster on the bus. Ray Henton is attending school in Chelan and Jo Ann Monro at Okanogan. _ SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH "Licensed Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROS of the System announces :g change in office hours, effective August"26, 1945. The Okanogan County Local B0ad office dll be open from 8:00 A.M, t, 5:00 P.M. from Mon- day througlt F'day: it will be cIosed all dY on Satlrdays, and legal holidays. Wayne Plemons, son of Mrs. Wava Plemdns, has returned to Brewster from Seattle, H'e has taken a position in the Nationa Bank of Commerce here. ] .... I SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan ........ 8:00 A.M. Leave Pateros ........ 8:33 A.M. Leave Brewster ...... 8.45 A.M. Leave Bridgeport .. 9:04 .A.M. Leave Mansfield 9:35 A.M. Arrive Spokane 1:25 P.M. Leave Spokane .fi:15 P.M. Arrive Mansfield ...... 9-00 P;M. Arrive Bridgeport .... 9:31 P.M. Arrive Brewater ...... 9:50 P.M. Arrive Pateroa ......... 10:02 P.M. Arrive Chelan ........ 10:3S P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Pateros For Methow Valley Residents This is not surprisin velopment and pr from the same roots [ for Radar de- luction stems that produced and continue to nourish this coun- try's telephone system. Radar, the instrument which enabled our land, sea and air - forces to spot enemy targets through darkness, smoke or fog, was one of the outstand- ing fighting instruments of the wan Two years before Pearl Harbor the Government asked Bell Telephone Laboratories to put its wide experience and knowledge of electronics to work to help perfect Radar as a military instrument. From then onthe Labo- ratories cooperated closely in the Radar program with the National Defense Research Committee, with Army and Navy specialists, and with scientists of Great Britain. The Western Electric Company, manufacturing branch of the Bell System, became the Nation's largest supplier of Radar systems. One type it madewas universally used by B-29's in the Pacific for navigation, target location and high altitude bombing. Another played an hnp0r tant part in aiming the guns on our warships. If you're waiting for a home telephone, it helps a little to know that Radar is one of the reasons. For years tele- phone manufacturing plants were devoted to war needs. THE PACIFIC T|LEPHON| AND T|tl[lPt4 COMPANY PATEROS " TEL. PATIOS Ol Will Try To Keep Them At 1942 Prices Good news for housewives come from Price Administrator Chester Bowles that household washing machines, ironers and kitchenware will be back in the stores in a ew months at 1942. " We are confide.t nearly all other consumer durabl'e goods can be returned to the civiHq marke vt pre-war pfces or ,'loe to it," Mr. Bowl,s said. Because washing machine, iron ers and aluminum cooking utensils have not been available for .ome time, the number of prospective purchasers probably vail utnum- ber the su@ply of this equigmnt for a few months. For this reason, controls over" prices are of the ut- most importance, Wit.ou price controls during the period when there will be fewer machin and utensils than there will be custom- era, @rices would go up and infla- tion would be underway. Shoppers should have no dif- ficulty in determining whether or not they are being charged the cor rect price since each nmnfacturer will be required to tag each item with his retail ceiling price before it leaves the factory. Models will vary  style and price just as they did before he war.iManufaeturers will be requir eel to turn out the same proportion of low-priced units as they made during the pre-war y'ears. KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN I COMING SOON NEW RADIOS O IN ABOUT 30 DAYS Your Orders Will be Filled in the Order They Are Placed ---O HALL'S RADIO SHOP Pateros SEPTEMBER 6, 1945 | -- I GRANGE NOTES The regular meeting of the AR Civic League was held Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M. S. Todd and Mrs. Mabel Smith entertained at BLANCHE PASLEY, Reporter their home. The teachers of the local school were special guesr.s. Refreshraents were served to 23. Bar Grange met last week on the lawn of the Andy Hansen re- sidence for a picnic spper ann social gathering. This is the last outdoor meeting. The next meet- ing will be held in the Hall. Ev- eryone is urged to attend. There will be some business d!scussion and refreshments will be served. FOR PRINTING PHONE 37 The Herald-Repoter . # we now have a stock of lamps for the home, flashlights and batteries and other electrical equipment NOW OPEN FROM 1 P.M. TO 4 P.M. DAILY O HARRIS F00CTRIC SHOP PHONE 40 OR 40R W. R. HARRIS BREWSTER Announcing.... WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDE00 FOR NEW FORD PASSENGER CARS & TRUCKS REQUESTS WILL BE FILLED IN THE ORDER THEY ARE TAKEN EVERY DAY... MORE FOLKS SAY... "MAKE MINE MARTIN'S" T'S THE GOOD things of fife that make you enjoy the art of good living--good things like Martin's fine beer. S t r i c t ! y QUAIJTY ingredients PI.US the science and skill of two generations of Martin family brewing experience makes Martin's one of the West's finest beer Made'for Your Enjoyment by the . . Omak Bottling Works, Omak -- Distributor