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Schedule A00DENI00- ARE county ,,,;u CAUSED BYAUTOMOBILE Committee Frank Webb Robert Larson lmad 4th FridaYs, I0 a.m. l[YS River Grange | and 4th Tuescbay 8 p.m. aster Berenice Appelo Lenore Sorenson Ec. Ch airman FAleen Olson Warren Guild Mrs. Kenneth A. Pedersen 2nd Monday, Sept. - May Grays River Flood Con- i4 District irman L. M. Vaughn DeWitt Burr 1st Monday, 8 p.m. at Grays River Fire }all tt Disrict No. 2 Waiikiakum Vmty Ture Oman Carlton Appeto tth Wednescay 8 p.m. Wahkiakum County Pomona range No. 25 C a rlton Appelo Bethenia Foster ursday odd numbered months 8:15 p.m. DEFEOT AND A4AL FUNCTION. CX'c' .. .-  ,'." "-'- / ** garage, with up-to-date diagnostic fadlitics, seit-ntifically ald electronically checks every area of your car's performance for smooth, economical operation and maximum safety. 130 tests can be made in a half hour or less .,. trouble and danger are quickl.v and Aaercan Legion Auxiliary River, W, ash. Unit No. 111 Mrs. Carlton E. Appelo . Mrs. Frank Guenkel Mrs. Norman Anderson County Planning Commission airman Dr. T A. Manning Bob Webb 3rd Wedndsday kum Dairy H-rd In- Association Frank Webb Robert Larson Ginn jorge -- Puget Iand eTA laresident Nal Davis .... eets 3rd Monday, Sept.,-May lllUWlDlPJUlRlnnllllllllfRllllilllmiOnlllUmllDl -o vrross 'Houseguests of the Kenneth A. Pedersens recently have been ILer mther and grandmo,;her, '. Van D. Culver and Mrs. LUcy A. C,Iver, both of Boise, Idaho. The Wahkiakum County Eagle Thursday, $bj 6, 1967 --CaUdamet, Wash/ngton -- Page S , i U--- I --J---- districts, ,and a variety of other lonff LB gflg[Ua districts. of these govern- : mena{ units are small but ,Henry L. Andrea, 73, a resi- nevertheless require money te dent of Cahlamet for the past operate and in the aggregate do five years, died July 1 in a Long- couw up commented Kinnear. view hospital Although the prcperty tax Is He was born October 23, 1893 a very impoEtant source of rev- in Hawaii and moved here from enue to most units of govern- Tacoma five years ago. ment in Washington, the latest Survivors include one son, comparative figures, which are for 1965, indicate Ch, at Washing- Henry, Jr. of IAvermore, Calif., ton continues to rely less n one daugther, Mrs'. John Labor of San Leandro, Calif. two hr.o, property taxes than do the ma- thers, Tony of Longview and Joe jority of the states, according of Tacoma; one sister, Rose'Des to Chairm an Kinnear. The latest- US Census Bureau reports show Jardin of Kelso; eight grand- th.,t Washington State derives children and several nieces and nephews, only 32 per cent of its toal tax revenues from property tax, Funeral services were held compared to 44 per cent for t  Wednseday a.t McVicker's Cha- st:ate and hmal government  .-A pel on the Hill. Interment was all 50 states. accurately spotted, in Calvary Cemetery in Taeoma. MeVicker's Chapel on the Hill In 1965, again according to &--l Bureau reports, "pro was in charge. .- - : C '  _ "% Census erty tax ennecfions in wasning- I !/:t '1 _.i " .$'"I ,on were $95 per capita, cora- l ::, I_.I / . \\;. \\;i,/(..';'f, N N (continued on page 5) pared with $130 per capita i i_i,.,( j/ . j.[, ............. Oregon, $118 per capita in Ida- cem, or s,,a,'ou, me Tax ho, and $197 per capita in Calf J'l / N-*fi  k,/ Commission study shows. ,ornia. The average for all IH I i'"- j=a=|} /l-. ---- k= fl In addition to school districe.s slates was $118". Even with the IIII11! 1!. '..'.-'"-- other overnmental units re- Substan,:ial property tax in- t - ,-- .  - ........ seo of 1967, Kinnear noted lying on the property tax mr an ..... " ' " or a portion 04 their r::=n:ns trha? k ;ng= :7bo:g - i % " include the state gore , otmties cities towns library, states in terms of per capita [ TAKEEOF YOUR R:. port hospital, and pttblic ulflit) t-llections. .-.  YOUR FAMILY LIFE.  []  .................. .......... ' Coming next Week CATHLAMET NEWS / the John Jameson.s. "Daking him FOURTH CELEBATED " home to North Bonneville, the The Terry Bonnys and the Jamesons stayed to spend the Wayne Holloways celebrated Fourth of July with Chei.r daugh- the Fourth wi:h the Ward Hol- ,ter's family, the Ervin Tonkins. laways, where they picnicked WED IN JUNE and had firerworks. Mrs. Gladys Wrirg ht, formerly d The A. J. Feirings camped of Cathlamet arid recently of out this weekend on the Oregon Catskanie, was married to " coast. Dave Spooner June 22. They *ne Norm n Bamer family of will be moving to Rhododendron Raymond, the Robert M. Weg- Oe., this summer. dahl family, and Mrs. John REBEKkJ-I ASSEmbLY Ostervold and Marnee spent the Representing Rivervigw Re ....... Fourth at a family picnic atthe bekah Lodge No. 293, Mrs. Vera Kickoff The home of Mrs. Mabel Olson. Hosley spent last week a, To Help HOMrE AA,IN Grand Assembly of Rebekahs in M_tss Ann Schrager, ffaughter Seattle. Held annually, the oMr. and Mrs. M. H. Schager Grand Assembly is made up of Campaign spent the weekend in th "hospi- FaJ| Queen / lodges from Washington and | tat in I_gview. She was re-- Alaska. leased Tuesday and is nov," re- VISIT IDAHO euperating at home. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Free and  H,, GR.:N'DSON VISITS. .Ron were in Council, Idaho this We will have savings on items ,Ronny Tor, kir sPent two weekend. Mrs. Free's mother, weeks .wRh his grandparents. Mrs. Charles Fry returned with throughout the store Including-- ' them. Ron remained in Council * Pbotofinishing * Swiraming Needs ../ where he is employed for the * Co:metics * Records : Jeweiry summer, sale- Stads Thursday/July]3tK CAMPERS  ' | Mrs. Phillip Avalon and Mrs. " ' Carper Kehrli drove Larry Ava- Plus Some Super Special Items lon, Scott Kehrli and Joan He:drikon to Camp CoFn, on sale Friday Night only from 6 to 8 KO r= .--- ---=--- Ore., wh--e they v*'ill spend the Come in now fo ;| your week. HCIHI)AY CELEBRATION Summer Needs ::;::..::.:. a::v- ,, :.n.t: m, Tim Pedersen,  with a bh':iday pae:y recently. NEEDED ::,,,, friends and relatives atteerh :J. ao LCNC BEACH HOLIDAY SSES On Previously =,;r. and Mrs. Haro]d O]sen, SWiM CAPS .; Painted Surfaces! :- !:,oL r-in-:,,, and sister, i 3% a..; M,:s. Ku; e.'t Coklin, of :;. Lake 0.,,.o Ore., tt.,e iton i/ ] f oc -% v,_:l eh4dreu. and .- Prime and Fi:i-h Utah,.. ;,f P.q!evue. an ' Mr. end " : S: e. trie tizn, th t y a,.:; qi:],, si::eW ,he Fourth SUNTAN CRF.At, work, the cost of c" .a',y hc.'.d:y it. [or Be'h BAt., IN. two and three coat it') Lhe Waldo G;enfell family. COPPERTONE "" E applications. WhiLe th,e they went deep sea SUNTAN LOTION A,N.ISEP'I'iC SPRAY fz' g, a';d l fishermn .................. :rome ;at toe holiday with 1 Catgtlamet Hardwa . M. an:l ?.Cry. A!a, John:ran were g  $',IpDly t, ;ir s m Fred, ,xho ' errolled Ph -Nl&gbur Al,Flian(;cs f',A Vic;',r TV..Ctetco i:, a deue einie m Seattle, and PIWS: g:30 a.m. t, :00 p.m. rhone ';-d51 daugl%er, Lot, Aim, errployed in one 795-3691 . , . ,ngiew. I I I II II