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PAGE EIGHT Monroe Monitor. Monroe. Wash.. Aug. 9. 1962 TOO Late to Classify State Financing Can Have Effect On Local Credit !_cal government's costs of borrowing money can be increas- ed by financial troubles of state government, according to the fact-finding Washington Research Council. Information released today by 1he independent research organi- zation cited a specific example m-ising from Michigan's state is- ,:al troubles in 1957-59. It further referred to the example as one hirh ".shouF.t constitute food for vhouiat for local directors of dis- lricls, councilmen, commission- ers and the taxpayers they repre- >enl." The Research Council pointed Io an article in the National Tax Journal, whict claimed that five t 1{) per cent higher interest (-osts for local government bor. rowing resulted f+m tfinancial *robles experienced by the state of Michigan during 1957-59. An an- nual figure of $1 million was said to be a conservative estimate of the cost increase, with a total of Patrol To Move Hiway Death Toll Highly concerned over the ris- ing toll of human lives which have been taken on Washington's high- ways this summer, Chief Roy A. Betlach of the Washington State Patrol called a meeting of all Pa- trol District Commanders on ,Au- ,gust 1 and 2. As of August 6 there have been 356 $atalities compared to 287 for the same period last year. "One thin that will be a large factor in our traftie safety pro- gram," Chief Betlaeh said, "is that we have just received 21 new radar sets. We are calling .in all District Lieutenants for a train- ing session on these new ma- chines," he said, "and by the end of the week our radar program should be going full scale." Betlach asked his District Com- manders to re-evaluate and re- view their scheduling of officers to make sure that the Patrolmen are stationed when and where they are needed most. "To be most effective," he said. "we must station them at the times anal places most accidents are oc- curing." FOR ORIGINAL beaver shoes call PY 4-6380. 28-2tp WANTED: Good used girls' 26" bicycle. Reasonable. SY 3-2372. Kath'ie Welter. 28-1tp TI! BE AN EARLY BIRD... Order your Christmas cards now. We 'have a large new se- lection Of the 1962 designs. Mon- roe Monitor. 28-4tp FOR SALE: 12x20 chicken house. Good condition. Must be moved from lot. Best offer. PY 4-6256, Boreson. 28-2tc WANTED: 2 or 3 bedroom house to rent by August 25. PY 4-6501. Desperate. 28-2tp CALL PY 4-6191 And have your cattle hauled. M. Moen. 28-tfc CAMPERS MEDICINE WARNING Personal medicine can +be dan- gerous to others. Guard &ainst the possibility of someone Lfishing a headache pill out of pack bag by feel and in the flark taking a deadly dose. Glue sandpaper to the skies Of the Ihottle. Can't be mistaken for other bottles or jars. Helps you looate bottle without emptying pack. Notebook Paper ,  '_ 00 Typewriterm,. u, Paper. Wide and U U Studenf Rulednn IO Carbon II I '+ Special V ' Special V 11J NOTE BOOK BINDER & FILLER $1.35 value Special .... SHOP EARLY AND SAVE I-" only 3 weeks 'till School / POINTPEN &, PENCILS   t See Our Complee |PENClLsETS 4-sc vaU, e .il ' Line oT Back To Only-l- V School Items! Special .... Tri-Valley Monroe Shopping Cener Ph rmacy PYramid 4-5431 $10 million to $20 million over the average life of the bond interest. It was recalled that Michi- ::an's 1rouble had stemmed from an accumulated general 'fund defi- cit and that during the period of financial crisis, the state had to resort to emergency measures xieh ineluded advance collection of tax revenuos. "We d not suggest that Wash- Also discussed at the meeting was the utilizatiou of the news media to present to the motoring public the problem which exists on the highways. Betlach express- ed his appreciation r the work already being done by the news media 'in this regard. "We are going to assign every available officer to traffic duty during the remainder of the tour- ist season," Betlach continued. Say it's sensational! Don't miss these values SAFEWAY'S BIG DOLLAR SALE ington has now, or i now alr "This willmeanthatsomeofour BEVEIIAGES- 002nnad Uilk g Sl preaching, a fiscal crisis such as other duties are going to suffer, Michigan has experienced," ex- but the saving of lives must come plained the non-partisan Research first," he said. Tall Council. "But, there is some The State Patrol airplane will iCRAGMONT, Black Cherry, Grape[ UUlIIIUU 1111111 LUCERNEU e, | parallel. Michigan had no emer- be utilized every possible me- I Cola, Lemon Lime, Orange, etc. [ gency cushion to fall back on; ment Beflach stated. It is espe- nor has Washington. This state ciallyvalual:fleinlocatingtroubIe i 1 I Heinz I(elchup 5=1 finances its ipresent lng-standing spts and emergencies" Aircraft 1 0 $ GO deficit from a variety of account is now used in a number of states 12-oz. surpluses which should, respon- as an akl to the traffic program. Cans sibl), e considered for emer- Betlaeh stated that the courts gency use only." also play a tremendous role in According to the Council. the Washington's traffic safety pro- main purpose for comparing the gram. All traffic courts are be- , ...... ' RAL GOLD ORANGE BASE two state'spositionsisloinerease ing forwarded the latest tragic PORK ROAST aml) e (1 citizen awareness of the impor- accident facts, and we are re- questing their continued support  ::.:!ii!i!ii!::!iiiiiii!iiiiii:ii::iii:ill :i!!!:.ii :i:::!!i!iiTi.!)!!!i:.i>., ance of avoiding deficit spend- and cooperation," be continued. iiiii!'!i::i i:ii:i i!i!ii i!:>:.** , Drink Orange jdce , ing and the desirability of elfin- Chief Betlach concluded by say- />::: ++:: ::ii:;:ii;iii>,, . -. .. m "-'qllm--m ' tm'- Re'h'lll s'" " | inating the ,present deficit, ing "We are taking rather elabor- :: i: ::::iiii{i::iii:ii! iiii. + ...... i:!iiiiii!ii !iiiii)iiii{:iiiiii:i:i:!i!i :i:::: .... ROeUlDaipJNlea? ate steps to help people saVenot  del2UlCy' Ib V meg tool 1 CattllS their own lives. It would with Applesauce seem too far out Of line to ask . A VoANL2 X and expect those same people to :i::::?!i  I101Ah Dlil OdnlJ'uIDE lb 49 LIBBYZS CORNED BEEF HASHII $4 give us a hand." This was ex-   I-!1;11 [UIh OU;(ih " plained by Betlach rather simply: "If they obey the law to the )est "*i!i ..... it';+  hanks 'e'*' 15' " " 4 l Phone PY 4517 nothingf their more."ability' we can expect + ,+ ............ +,', :+ .... Fresh Pork S vegetables lb. B'Richerer bm valuePrtem 16-oz. .... : ........ f::::: ::i:i ?  l gg " Cans :::!'e " Olympic, qlieed 59 u s  lb 59clmprted formlb sTO -,. -+.,. +',  Canadian Bacon i Ptt Ae l IlUll __. Candad lb - ............ , " .-. SIOUX BEE STR'NED HONEY IFT? L[=a vs Lmu I "'& UAI,h,,| Sks Roasts U a , on Toast and gm want ' [I;H II(IIIUUL " Nuthltious, So good r IPIll B+ Ted Kesliag U S Choice (EMPRESS, Mint AQ 1 lb. )I Appple Jelly, 10-oz. Jar 23c) lb. VII SAFEWAY S finest lb. SAFEWAY lb. ,.,. .. = I)EER TIP Ground Beef 39 Pork Sausage 39c murrms V Can ttere's a canny way to out- smart an old buck that's lived i I Sauce 6 $1 long enough to know aH the stan- .ix'emormatch'e, FancyiAppe darcl tricks. Gel: 1:o 1.mow this Serve with Pork 16-oz. oldster well by walking up on his TOWN HOUSE Cans bed and noticing carefully the TOWN +u,o+,e 0o++ + ++++ ,+ 0 t G B Then (oh l+his i+ a dirty trick) U reen eans HOUSE Mandarin Oranges Dellgtful++. 5 $1 pSL_ V +lay b++,+ +o+0+ ++ ++ F y $1 d B TOWN HOUSE ||-oz, an ala:m clock in ,plastic, set the TOWN 'alarm for 8:30 a.m. and conceal anc Ice eet HOUSE FLW it in +hi beddin u'ea. Next morn- fruit Cocktail 1'[ route, wail. if or lhe a!arm to soare HOUSE TOWN HOUSE Big Boy your way. Fancy Green Peas OUTWIT THE SUN TOWN Marly delicate flavors i HOUSE ++ ..... " Asparagus Spears +--+++*+" +'+ ++*'+'+ F r Cut Green Beans HOusETO+ TOWN HOUSE PLUS--NEW UNUSUAL All Green Cut A]I winter long we welcome the sun; then in the summer we t'ax our ingemlity thnkirtg up ways to control it. The August "Sunset" pictures ha, a dozen devices tat have solved speci- fic 'shade problems in Western a,rdens. Trees or tratio overhead struettrres may solve the major problems but they don't IvCays take care of requiremen ftr spot or temporary shade. A .can- vas ,awning, woOd-and-reed un- brella, gant parasol, wove llinds, or slat screens are all easDy constructed to do specific jobs...llo screen out the sun at ceraliln times of the day or year, or to provide strode while trees are growing to take care Of the job. The August "Sunset" shows how they en add to 3rout cam- Port. KUSLER'S PRESCRIPTION YOUR CHOICE . Tomato Juice Doz. Sl." TOW..ou Caseof24 3 a:: Bartlett Pears 17-oz. 1 4 o- $1 4 $1 3 SWEET CORN Raisin Bread_ " MRS. WRIGHT'S BGg; 49 Freshly Pkg.  Wellfilledeara-Topquallty-locaJgrowa BUTTER HORNS ., o,, 29 Large Ears Lucerne. Frozen Dessert - - Local Grown - Bestir 1:7i 5 Beans , Ice Milk, Triple *reef 1 - Juiciest of the season- Large Vanilla or Chocolate Gallon ar I Ripe Peaches +19' Girav%nst%in.pples .+.19  valiety - Grown in Walla Walla 9 omatoes .,+, 25+ llll7 ::: '!']!' +1 ........................ , : .... 7 - ............... -----{==a----:: --2222:---77- Sale starts 9 A.M. Wednesday, August 9th through' Saturday, August 11th. We reserve the right to limit quntitles.. No sales to dealers.