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+PAGE FOUR Publighed every Thursday Morning at Bingen, Washington. Entered as 2nd class matter at the postoffice in Bingen, Washington, under the act of March 3, 1897 ~ubscrituflon: $2.50 yr. (KlickitaI 2, Skamania) -- $3.00 (Elsewharol Leon W. Berry, Bingen -- Bernard Pollard, White Salmon Ediiors and Publishers Roseburg, Ore. -- Enclosed is a p~cture (from the daily News- Review, Jan 7) of a former White Salmon ,boy, Oscar Wallace. He is doing well in insurance. I-E,s brother Lawrence is here also and interested in a loggiRg con- eern. Both boys ha~e families and are `becoming staunch citiz- ens of Roseburg. CIiarles A. Dondero Editor's Note Thanks, Don, for the personal good wishes and also for the pic. ture of Oscar and three Roseiburg Jaycees draped writh a '~Mile of Dollars" for the March of Dimes. Coluv~bi.a I~!gh has graduated some good boys but none finer than the ~Wallace `brothers. (Many readers will recall that Charles Dondero w~-once a White Salmon teacher.) -- ao NUN SO -- Hood Ibiver -- In regards to the statement that State Fire War. den Driver made in your paper, January 3, 1957 I would like to add my few words in regards to Christmas tree fanning. I am sure that almost every. cne in the Snowden area knows me. I have been trying to buy Christmas trees for over four, yeats. In this area I ha~e always found enou,gh for my needs, but I'll assure everyone that R has cost me more than a cent a tree. I have advertised, talked and preached t~e farming ,in this area since the first time came here. As we all kno~v there has to he some sure income in amy com- munity to make it prosperotm. Christmas trees in this country is a sure thing. The area Is right for our needs im the wholesale and retail of Christmas trees. There is not another place in the state of Washington where we ca,~ find the red fir and white ell this quality. I have for the last three years, tried to t~av~ my trees cut by lo- cal people, but have ~ad no suc. 4ces.s In this past season I have A%und that 3 or 4 men have start. ed tree farming. These men have started sornethL~g that I hope ~Ill interest other people. In this way they~ can get started and underway to a big future in th, is industry. This area has been :abused as far as the .tree farm :goes. Just think, let's say you ~ave 80 acres. In 10 years you could have 'a,n income from 5 to 10 thousand a year. So start now a~d get together, form an assoc- iation, and. help one another. Be, for you know it the Snowden area will be the Christmas tree producing eapHal of Washing. ton. I would like to be your first customer and hope I can buy them all. ~I offer my help to anyone that would like to .know anytbAng about planting, pruning or cut- ting Christmas trees. I will be glad to tell them what I know about Christmas tree farming as long as I am here. Bob Sargent -- 30 S~N 30 -- Reaeler Requests Further Details Last week's SUN story about drivers who tail fire trucks too closely or blocade access to ~ural blazes~ didn't go far enough for Matt Bates, Bin,gen ,insurance- ma~, who sometimes substitutes for Bingen's night marshal. '~everM times when I had the police siren wide open try. ln~ to souud down a speeder ttp ahead, the cars !between us kept right on going," says Matt who thinks it timely the SUN pu,b- Hshes the gist of two pertinent motorwelvicle laws: 1. On the wa~] to a fire, it is unlawful to follow any fire ap- paratus closer tl~aaa 500 feet or to i approach or park within 200 feet iof a stopped fire vehicle. 2. Upon hearing or seeing any emergency vehicle approachln,g, every other car must immedda- tely pull to the far right side of th~ road and stop deadstill until the fire truck, police car or am. bulance has passed. In comply. ing with this law, each driver must of course signal his in- tention, Matt points out. -- 30 SUN 30 -- STRIKE ,SETTLED MINUS IKE'S AID Representatives of the SP&S railroad and the Brotherhood of Locom(fvive Engineers met ln~ Portland Th:ursday, Jan. 10 and settled their differences which precipitated a strik~ during the first week of Deee~r~er. The agreement on all three it. ems involved in the dispute elim- L~ates the necessity of a hearing ~before the Presidential Emergen- cy Board wl~ich had been sched- uled to convene in Portland Jan. 14. ~he engineers won a~ e~tra hour's pay for chan~lng engine~; a work guarautee of 29 days per month for extra en$ineers; but no extra pay for operatin,g ~adio: equipped trains. SKYLINE HOSPITAL Admitted: 1-7 Lizzie La~', W. S.; 1-8 Terry Mills*, Robert aamp+bell*, W. S.; Laur~ Jean Lette*, Chrson; 140 Gloria Sills* Stevenson; Marlene Bums, Bin- gen; Doris ,Btesanz*, Gilbert K nuC~m, W. S.; 1-12 Gloria Sill, Stevenson; Julius Jermann, T. L. * Discharged, a,lso, Lucllle Ben. nett, Betty Ross, Ml+nnie F, ields, W. S.; Grace Land:in@ham, Car- son; EHz~beth Ladiges, Glen. wood. E~pired: 1-~10 Lizzie Lay, White Salmon. ]l ...... I For Friendly Counsel on Insurance Problems +SEE No doubt you carry fire and M~-,~" casualty insurance policies ac- quired on different occasions. Isn't it time you had your program examined by a skilled insurance counselor 'to see if dangerous gaps exist between the various policies . . . or if overlapping policies increase your costs? We will be glad to analyze your present coverage, at no obligation. Simply phone MP. ADAMS JUN -- BINGEN - WHITE SALMON, W~GTON T~U~S+DAY, JANUARY 10, 1957 nler s PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 19 & 20 Ill I I COME IN AND SEE OUR CELEBRITIES- FRIDAY & SATURDAY ZEE WHITE NAPKINS 8o~ We will have four of the Colson girts in our store both days. Hear them interviewed on our KIHR broadcast Friday 4:30 to 5:30. SAVE 10c 2 for 15 SUNSPUN MARGARINE + 1 lb. SAVE 7c 2 for 39c PET RITZ PIES " 8 inch Apple, Peach or Boysenberry SAVE 53c 2 65c JELL0- AssomdFlavors SAVE3c 2 for 15c NALLEY'S LUMBERJACK SYRUP 24 oz. SAVE lSc 2 for 65 C PHEASA~CRAB MEAT SAVE 20c 2 for $100 MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE 2oz. DEL MONTE CHUNK TUNA ~ SAVE 14 SAVE 9c 2 fo~ s|oo 2 for 45C CA~BELL'S VEGETABLE SOUP SAVE 2c 2 for 25c PHEASANT SALAD OIL 24 oz.SAVE 32c PHEASANT TOMATO JUICE " 46 oz.sAvr s~ ,q DIAMOND BOOK MATCHES , ~so+ save 2 for 98C 2 for 49c 2 for 29c DOLE SLICED PINEAPPLE sAv 5 .. 2 for 69c Iv ~ COTTAGE CHEESE Half Pint A~IZONA WHITE GRAPEFRUIT GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 8 lb.bag 49c 2 lbs.for 35c U.S.NO.I POTATOES 10 lb'bag39C , .,,, CAULIFLOWER fancy white head lb. 15 c I LARGE COUNTRY FRESH ~OZ. We sell only farm fresh eggs that have been handled in the most modern way from the Lou Colson farm in our Brookside Market. Each egg is washed in San- itizer detergent, cooled in the proper way and de- livered to our coolers twice a week, to assure you the freshest, best flavored eggs available. COUNTRY MAID SLEED BACON 2 for 39c llb. pkgs. 2 for 79c NICE AND LEAN PORK CHOPS + i0 for SlOO BREADED SHRIMP 10 oz. pkg. 63 c ~u~str couPo. fiooDFoR ' DOZ. EfifiS When si~d with name mad address and presented ~t~ our BROOKSIDE MABKET. (Only one fo a family.) Name _ Address