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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 5, 1962 iPeople, Spots In The News i AL-'n UN General Assembly building. Yes, you're right, the man cam- Plklley 21knltics Automotive 4 Fireball Ratcliffe Implement 471/ 2 1/, I Lambert's Resort 45 23 Norm's Auto Parts 441 27 Dependat;le Motor Freight 41*. 2;z Weigel's Bakery 43 29 Maddux Cleaners 371/ 301, Brown & Holter 39 33 Harvey's 76 37 31 R & M Exterminators 38 34 Al's Chevron 27 45 Higgins & Hermderson 2511j 46/ Ratc]iffe Ford 23/z 481/z Laddie Hair. 217 : Bob Michaelsen, 550 : Norm's, 1098 ; Ars, 2977. Town & Country Holmes Hdwe. 45 15 Keepsake Gems 881, 21 Lambert's Resort 36 24 Kelly's Tavern 84 26 Bill's Jilts 1 29 -get t jto. 31 29 Bair's" IGA 24 a6 Mosman's 23 87 Chery Lanettes 21 381, Weigel's Bakery 16 44 Evelyn Decker, 205 ; Mary Ann }teiydt, 469; Lambert's, 966; Holmes, 2690. . Friday Night Purvls Construction 51 17 Lutheran B 37 30 Cheney Lanes 34 34 Saddle Inn 321/ 351 Beehive 30 38 Poor Boys 21 47 Dale Farrlngton, 236, 689 ; Purvts. 1031. 2961. Wednesday Mixed tsaksen, Dyck 39 " Dyscs 35 29 Ableman-Ableman 35 29 Ha ffner-Hauek 33 31 MacHales 31 33 Liddell-Wills 30 " 34 G Pins 29 341 Boots-Helm 23 40 Jim Dyek, 218, 571; JoAnr Able- man. 188" Jane nyck, 453; Dyses, 803 ; Ableman-Ableman, 2236. IOOF Millbreck Trophy Lutheran Church Jones' Resort 22 AI Stewart Jr.. 223 : Dick 595 ; Maddux. 1132, 3122. Monday HS Girls Buggy Bowlers 23 7 Alley G oofs 21 9 Flops 16 14 Question Marks ll 19 Foul Flappers 11 19 Flintstones 8 27 Wednesday HS Girls Mixed Ups 19 8 Buggy Bowlers 11 16 Junior Jumpgutters ll 16 Hot Spots 10 17 Bantam Timber Toppers Gutterfingers 27 Blackmailers 24 Colts 24 Blackhawks 15 Francis Hale. 143 : Sharon 263. Junior Timber Toppers I]iggy Rats 31 14 Flintstones 22 23 Pirates 22 23 Question Marks 15 30 Chris Langton, 174; Jamie Mullenix, 290. Bowlerettes } Al's Chevron : 25 39 Hillerest Fillies 36 2: Smith Jewelers ::; ?l Bankettes 31 Iz, 3:1,, Pinehurst Motel 29 - 3 - [ Wilson Premiums 26 38 Cheney Homes 20 ,l Marie Lak sen, 180. 508 ; C%ene Homes. 806 ; Bankettes. 2254. 31]f2 :t 6 V.:, 31 37 26% 41]/ 46 Weigel, 18 21 21 3O Wade. Olympia Roundup e Shifted Again Reliable Charles W. Hodde, 54. former speaker of the state House of Representatives, and one time Colville potato $6.90. Gross weight fees for trucks also will be higher. The rates were boosted and the state tax on gasoline was in- creased from 6% to 7V2 cents a gallon to produce an esti- mated $24,500,000 more dur- ingthe 1961-63 state biennium. In addition to the $6.90 basic fe teowners of automobiles wili af 50 cents as a filing fee and ten cents for highway farmer, has been a boon to the research, making the starting Rosellini administration. He cost $7.50 for each vehicle. will take over now on Febru- Then the cost of the little ary 1 as chairman of the State: silver-on-green tabs will go on Tax Commission, a job for tip in proportion to the market hich he is well qualified. He value of the automobile. It will succeed William A. Schu. will range from one dollar for reacher, who resigned last] cars of the 1950 vintage or month to  take a federal post- older to $554 for a phantom V tion. Rolls Royce limousine. We Hodde, a tax expert when in 'have never seen one of the the Legislature, lrst was ap- I phantoms, but someone may pointed a member of the State, have the buggy. Anyhow it is Tax Commission on February l, 1957. and served for two years. Then Rosellini ran into trouble in his Department of General Administration. He shifted Hodde to that service as director and he reorganized state purchasing and other divisions. Now he goes back to the top 'ob in the Tax Commission. While unusually well qualified for the tax post, Hodde's reatest asset is his reputation r integrity, License Tal On Sale More than a million and a half silver-on.green tabs to val- idate license plates for 1962 are on sale in county auditor's offices throughout the state and in other authorized out- lets. Owners of automobiles, trucks, trailers and other ve- hicles will be required to pur- chase them before January 31. The basic license fee will be ,10 cents more than it was a year ago. A 1961 law boosted the basic fee from $6.50 to listed. Relief Projects Begin Work relief projects approv- ed by the State Department of Public Assistance are under way at two state parks. The projects call for five able bod- ied welfare recipients to do cMan-up work at Dash Point Park in Pierce County and. Paradise Point Park in Clark County. If the projects prove successful, welfare recipients may be used for such work at other state parks. A 1961 state law required able bodied welfare recipients to work out their benefits at prevailing wages on public projects approved by the Pub- lic Assistance Department, Rites Scheduled i ters, Velma Jennings of Snan- "- ..... . I gle and Lois Erne and Maude 1..n.eney 'res A tte.na EWSC Swimmers For M. F. SIo.an, I Curtis, both of Spokane; one i Witness Gathering To Open Season J son Alton Sloan of Winter Ha- I . Thornton Resident Ivan, Calif.; eight grand chil-, Fifteen members of the Che- Eastern Washington State Funeral services for M. F./dren, 21 great-grandchildren[ney congregation of Jehovahs College will open Evergreen and one brother, Tom Sloan, Witnesses were among the Conference swimming compe- (Floyd) Sloan of Thornton, who Atlanta, Ga. f nearly 1500 in attendance at titian Saturday in a dual meet died in the Cheney Nursing .......... the semi-annual circuit conven- with Central Washington State lvr. bloan, wno nao resiaeoti .... , -... Home Wednesday, are being I in the Thornton area for over noi oeno.van s wlmesses College in Ellensburg. held from the Memorial Cha- ! 52 years, was a member of the last weekend in Coeur d'Alene. With five lettermen and el of the Jerue Funeral Home aturday at 11 a. m., with B other Charles Rowan offici- ating and burial in the Oakes- dale Cemetery. Survivors are three dough-i I Southern Baptist Church. Memorials may be made to the Cheney Nursing Home. Cheek the ciassified columns. Everett Story, presiding min-!some promising newcomers, ister of the Cheney congrega-I Savage coach Steve Stratton, tion, said 14 new ministers/in his second year at Eastern, :were ordained Saturday after-/is expected to have a strong noon. Principal speaker at the [ team this season. convention was Peter D Mura,  .................. district supervisor of Jehovah s | Witnesses. IMMUNIZATIONS SET Immunizations will be given by the county health depart- ment Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. at Windsor School, and next Friday at 10 a. m. at Spangle School. VETEINVITEO TO LEGION OPEN HOUSE All veterans have been invit- ed to an "open house" meeting of the Cheney American Leg- ion post Monday at 8 p. m. in the Legion Hall. A representative of the Vet- erans Administration will speak on veterans' benefits. .%toma of Distress Adslngt STOMACH ULCEI DUE TO EXCESS l --" Over five million WILLARD for relief of sympbms tess Acid-- Poor Digestion, Sour o1 Stomach, Gassiness, Heartburn, lessness, otc., due to Excess Acid. "Wtllard's Message" which fully i this home treatment--free--at OWL PHARMA I The wise advertise. [JR Y Fine Foods/ K Top B# Sin,trigs Values / Fine Foods / [] [] tm , 5 Va -oz. OHnk-s;ze Corned Beef i" ,:::i.:. 59c --: ....... ------ J''mlU Caron6fins39c Corned Beef Hash /,Y'.%x.,, 39c lVlliHlV /HIt5 Ubby's 46-oz. ,ins e  : ; S.aahett, ..b .:.'oa'tl, s 39C $i,ced Peaches :st - ..... - - Rose-Dale Free- Dev, led Ham ,/, o, tln, 5,0,$1 oes2 oz. Vmnna Sausage ioI" 5 ,o, $1 (   OW. R " by's Chili 300Sl Ptted Meat i""'s ,o, Con Carne with " beans 24-oz. tins. 'f)lt7/l-/:;/iIl/]r " ]'2(})1../t,/ .................... , .......... Save at Safeway! p 9eas, Beans, Pears P or Corn Libby's Catchup seasoning. 14- oz. bottles Libby's Beans Cut green beans. 16-oz. tins Cream or kernel corn and sweef peas. 16-OZ. TINS 3 ,o, 49' 4,or 89' tibby's Pears BClrilc:'; 2 for 75' 29 '/ -oz. Ripe Olives Autumn Harvest oitted Mammoths Fancy Salmon Red Sockeye 8 Libby Tall Tin Tomatoes Libby's Solid-pack tomatoes. 16-oz. tins Chunk Pineapple Pinep!e iidbits Sliced Pineapple Libby's 13 / -oz. tins Libby's 1 3 / -oz. tins tibby's 8 V2 -oz. tins Crushed Pineapple .b*s 8 '/= -oz. tins Pineapple Juice ,,b.s 46-0z. *ins 4,o, 89C 4 for 89c 5 or $1 6or :$1 3 ,o, 85 4,0, 89' 5is1 Beef Stew Libby's 24-oz. ':- - ),, J__ Pineapple JUICE Libby's; fancy. 12-oz. tins 10 'r$1 Cream Corn or Fruit Cocktail tins mr for I AIore Libby Values Lima Beans Fordhook ,.o,. ,, 2 ,o, 55c Fancy Beets c,ed end si;o. ,-o. i-,, 25C .{r Green, whole beans ,o, tins 2 for 55C Wax Beans Veqet ,ble Salad Fruit Yellow, cut. 'd-oz. tins-2 for 49c Garden mix. '6-OZ. tins 2 for 37c Choice fru|ts. ;6-oz. iar iar 37C Apricots Unpeeled halves. 16-OZ. fins fin 25c Pork'n Beans ,-oz. 27c tins. 2 for Onions Libby's boiled o.,oo, , o 2 ,o, 65c or Candi- Cane. O I Sugar 10-LB. 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Terrific , == " " " " " "i5-t:, 55-1b lambs. Whole or Hai;; . r= LOCKer Lamp Iocker-prepa'red free! - |b. F)C -late r | lit |_ Whole or Half hogs; 130- to 150-lb. , "The ;s;2:;.s';::?,, 50-lb. bag rresn forkers a, cut and wrapped[ lb. 35c ndia,, a haza I .[rip al( Prices Good lanuary 4 Through Sunday,/an. 7, oly r Nave Oranges :;.:? 10 pounds 99c '" .['asteri pp  ]'he Rome A les ::hyl.ngton; 2 pounds  C tlr ----I-- .... ,I, Texas Pink A-- Arizona ---- quHrulpJWUl| .b. bag qy b bo YC iiio he Sc Slab Bacon . . . . lb. 39c Jumbo Franks o,, LBs 69C ' way. t( of Ben Flour oo= Medal 101b. bag 89 Ch r - - OStl, ,irP, orl s Va ) i"