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THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1952 Drive Carefully Halloween Night Says Patrol Chief The happy chorus of "Trick or Treat" will soon be echoing up and down the streets. Chief James A. Pryde of the Wa.~ington State Patrol recog- vfized the con~bina~ion of Hal- loween pranksters and early 4ark as being dangerous for youngsters and motorists alike. He urged motorists to be es- pecially alert for children who may be d~ressed in dark cloth- ir~g or wearir~g masks that ob- scure their vision. "They mean to be careful," he warned. "but under the ex- citement of Halloween they forget. Above all ~times, this is a time to remember to expect the unexpected from children." ~I-Ie reminded rrmtorists that residential areas are paticul.ar dan~er spots on ~Ialloween be- cause af the large number of vahildren and because the child- red feel "safe" on thedr home ground. But no matter where you are drivir~g, he said, remember it is I-Ial~ween an,d a ~ad~onal time for children to dress in costume and be out after dark. "Give children a brake," he said. "Drive as if atl chSldren were your own." Spliid Red Cross Chairman: Brewer . Is Vice Chairman Carl T. Spliid of Ritzville has beer~ re-selected chairman