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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
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PJ,GZFOUR THE OTHELLO OUTLOOE / Deer Season Open Again This Month SEATTLE, October 31---Vir- gil B. Benning~on, chairman of the State Game Commission, today armounced the se~ing of a supplemental deer season, running from Novem'ber 15 ~o 23 inclusive m all Western Washington counties, Stevens and Pend Orielle courrties, and Spokane county, north of High- way Number 2. The action was t~ken, I3en- nington said, in the interest of good game management. Be- cause of the extremely dry weat~her and fire closures in tlhe earlier p~vt of the season, many key areas were not avail- able to the public and the game harvest was not up to the tota,ls necessary in the man- agement of the deer herds. 'Phe Game Commission reach- ed its decision followir~g a spec- ial session wilh C~ame Depart- men.t field men throughout the state on :the advisability of an extended season. It was pain,ted ot~t that the extended season will include either sex hunting on Whicl~y Island. The season in the rest of the sta,te will be bucks only. The extension was pu~ off until November 15 so as not to conflict with the elk season which runs from November 2 to 11. DO YOUR OWN WASHING In New, Modern Machines OTHELLO SE~L~'- SERVICE LAUNDRY OTHELLO Shoe Repair JOHN SOBESKI OTHELLO Make rooms look larger-- add pleas- ing fight. 20" S-light unit. Modem, blends with "any decor. Ask for V-lfi20. , P.H. BROWN PHONE 3332 BETTER VALUES ..... BETTER BUYS BETTER CARS 1938 Plymouth ............................ $ 125 1939 Buick Sedan ........................ 250 1936 Plymouth ............................ 35 1936 Ford ,Sedan .......................... 45 1930 Model A ............................. 40 1946 Ford Sedan ........................... 595 1941 Chevrolet Coupe .................. 345 Raido and heater, real clean 1941 Buick Sedan ........................ 395 "See is to believe "it" 1936 Ford Truck .......................... 175 1949 Pontiac ................................ 1495 Motor overhauled 1947 Chevrolet Truck .................. 1250 New motor, all steel bed 1949 Ford Pickup ........................ 1095 1947 Nash Sedan ........................... 775 1946 Chev. Aero Sedan ................ 895 New paint, new motor 1947 Hudson Sedan ...................... 795 SEE THEM AT OTHELLO At Wm'dms Guy Hoop Ju.mm b v,a r License Plates Replaced Free If Illegible The Wa~ing~on S~ate Patrol in cooperation wi~ Che Direc- tor of the Dep~rtme,nt of Li- cense~ has announced that WashinuLon. mo~orisCts whose vehicles bear illegible license plates may have the~e pla~es re~laced free of charge. "To secure re~laeemeat pla~es rrm- ~orists should proceed as fol- ~ows," the patrol chie~ said. 1. If the vehicle hag two plates and only one is legi~ble the motorist should go to the nearest State Patrol office or officer, turn in the illegible pT~te, and attach the b egible one to th~ rear o~ the vehicle. 2. 1~ bot~ plates are illegible, or if the vehicle has only one plate and i~ is Hlegible, the motori~ should go to the mear- est patrol office or off:icer and he will be given ~ut~orizatlon to secure a new plate from the county ~uditor. 3. This authorization, the ill- egible plate or plates, and the vehicle registration should be presented to the coun'y audi- tor's o~fice in order to secure a new license plate free of charge. "By checking their license plates for legibil~y .am:l. if necessary, following the pro- cedure outlined above, motor- ists can aid tremend~sly in the accomplishment of this pro- gram," said Chief Pryde. In 1953, motorists will re- ceive a tab which s~hould be ~rt- tached to their presen~ or new legible plates. IAcense plates will be available cturing the co~ning year for thc~e vehicles which are registered in the S~a~e of Washin~vn for the first time and tho~e which bear illegi'Me license pla~tes requir- ir~g replat-emerR. They will not be avail~ble ~ all vehivle$ due to the shortage of metals. Mean Good Food COCKTAILS "~" ~T~ '~7o In cold weather, tOO .. + before you look at ease Zit~ into it, tie and presto -~ you're pretty as a picture. Cuffs trim 3/4 sleeves and cone- shaped pockets. Fash. ioned in Sanforized Plaid Flannelette. Red, green or black with white. Sizes 10/20. $ 95 to feel at ease. wear the one-and-only Made by YOU'LL BE AT EASE in the coldest weather in Jockey brand Longs. They keep you warm way down to your ankles---and they offer you perfect tailored fit--too:! conven- ient front opening--special groin seams to stop sagging or binding ---exclusive heat-resistant longer lasting waistbandl Come in now ---get set for winter weather with Jockey Longs! )65 Jockey T-Shlrt to match ! 0q'/l A , W GTON I I I