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PAGE FOUR t . t # THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1951. "i I _ ] no person participating in one caucus ~|[J~r~ ~|~r~r~ ll~~ Ishall be permitted to participate in ~l~'lg ~'~L~~ ~L~ ]any other caucus held for the nomina-! } A," | lion of candidates for the same elec- I tlon Successor to See%ion 2. TIME AND PLACE OF THE HALLER CITY TIMES f HOLDING CAUCUS. Such caucus shall~ ~~ ]be held each year at the hour of 8 Vol LXIII Thursday, Jan 11, lq51 No :~7[~oclck p.m: on or before the twenty=i ' i ur n (za n) say prior to second: "" o ~. o . , .| Tuesday in March in the year in ~oscription *'rice $2.50 Per ~ear. issued every Thursday. Publisneal whlch it is called. The place of meet- It Arlington, Washington, by |ins shall be in the Council Chamber e~ ~ ~ of the Town Hall in the Town of AT- THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. lington, provided, however, that upon T r, O^~D~'~'~D ,mD^~JZr XJrAD~U the convening of such meeting at such "" "~" ~'~'~'~'~'~ "" *'*~'~*~ ~"~*~*" ....... place the temporary chairman of such J. C CARPENTER ....... l~Ol~or & nagr. meeting shall, as the first order of ' ' . . business entertain a motion to ad- :l~-tered as 2nd Class matter, Sept. 15, 1888, In the Post Office at AT- Journ such mee I ~ any nt.h~r nlar~ "" W hin an t n~ to .............. mgton, as gton. d if carried by majority vote of EDITORIAL OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS We do not believe in'ghosts, but if there be such phenomena,then we should expect to hear of a ghostly gathering of a little group of willful men holding forth in the empty chambers of the United Nations some dark midnight chanting "Didn't we tell you ?" {)OLDEN ANNIVERSARY Congratulations are extended to Peterson's Clothes Shop, which institution is observing its fiftieth anniver- gary. Fifty years in the same location, that's a record for those present such meeting may be adjourned to such other designated place. Section 3. FILING DECLARATION OF INTENTION TO CALL A CAUCUS. Not more than sixty (60) nor less than forty-five (45) days prior to the see- ond Tuesday in March, any group of citizens desiring to call a caucus shall file a declaration of intention to call same with the Town Clerk. It shall be the duty of the Mayor to call such caucus, and in the event that no dec- laratlon has been filed with the clerk the Mayor shall call ~uch caucus so that nominations can be made at such time. Section 4. NOTICE OF CAUCUS. No- tlce of holding such caucus shall be given in writing as required by the statutes of the State of Washington, ~to-wlt: by one publication of general circulation in the official newspaper of such town at least ten (10) days prior to the date of holding it. Such notice shall be issued in the name of the Mayor and Council, and be at- tested by the Town Clerk, and shall specify the day, hour, and place of holding the caucus, and shall state that only qualified voters of the Town may attend and participate, and shall further state that the purpose there- of is to nominate persons to be voted upon at the ensuing Town general election, and shall specify the offices for which such nominees shall be chosen, and the length of their re- spective terms. The Town Council, by resolution or motion passed at least two weeks prior to the date of the caucus, may prescribe the form of the notice, and provide for additional pub- lications. In the event the Council shall fall so to order, It shall be the duty of the Town Clerk, or in thei event of his failure to do so, then of' the Mayor or any Councilman, to prepare and give such notice, and the expense thereof shall be a valid charge against the credit of the Town, and duly and promptly paid. Section 5. CONDUCT OF THE CAU- CUS. Promptly at the hour hereinbe- fore provided, if only "one" group of citizens of the Town has filed a declar- ation of its intention within the date specified hereinafter to call a caucus, the caucus shall be called to order by the Mayor, whose duty It shall be to act as temporary chairman In his absence, any councilman shall preside, and in case of dispute, the duty shall fall on the most senior councilman in point of length of continuous ser- vice on the council. The first order of business of the caucus is to elect a chairman of the caucus to preside. However, if "more than one" group of citizens of the Town has filed a declaration of intention with the Town Clerk within the time specified herein- after to call a caucus, then those present shall call the caucus to order ,i and elect a chairman to preside It]the details of the balloting. Robert's! shall be the duty of the Town Clerk Rules of Order revised, shall govern to act as Clerk of the caucus. After the c.a. ucus in all respects not herein disposing of any motion for adjourn- provlaed for. _ .............. - I ~ec~lon 6 I~IaI~II$1LIT]~ OF PER- ment to any other place a permanent] SONS --'~"~ .............. aaLJt~1~UJ~, ~n~y Cluly quail- chairman shall be elected by ballot fi d .... " ...... -- ' e vo~ers oI ~ne Town oi Arnng~on who shall presiae throughout tne re-~ma- at .......... y ~na, ana par~lelpar~e In t, ne malnder of the meeting. The caucus cau~,,~ ~-,, ,,o~ ~ o*~ ~ *~ shall then proceed to nominate for ca..c.T:" _'_:t'a_~w_~,"s'n ":.~n~'mg._.Y,t'e ....... *__ .__.~ ..... u ~ UlU, y cnanenge ~,ne ellglOlllDy ~ne Oiilcers vo De ele~cvu a~ ~ne ~**- ............ of any other person claiming the right suing Town election in ~ne iollowlng to ~ar*~--*- ~t. ~ ~ I1 ' V ~.~ll~e z.e ~nalrman s..a~. order to wit" Mayor Treasurer Court- ...., interrogate the person so challenged cllmen Nominees for each office shall re_aT~, .......... -- s u~ng n*s englmn~y and shall be selected before proceeding to vne thor ................ ~upon ru*e on nm ellglOlllty lI next office Names shall be proposed ......... 1 v,~.vr ~ne person so claiming to be by voice from the f oor and no one a vo* ............ .... ~* or ~ne person so cnanenglng desiring to propose a name snan oe shall b .............. e alssal;isIlea wl~n ~;ne ruling denied such right, and no motion to he ma- re-uire the Clerk *~ --^*~ ,~' close nominations shall be considered ,~ __/ ~ ~ ....... ~ "~ '" until the chair has allowed sufficient ~"v mmu~es vne mcv oI ~ne ruling, as a basis for such legal remedy as may time for all who wish to make nora- thereafter be appropriate. inations to do so. The Clerk shall rec- ord the names so proposed and the voters present shall vote thereon by ballot, each casting one vote Whether only one group, or more than one group of citizens of the Town files such a declaration of intention, each caucus itself shall determine the number of persons it desires to nom- inate for each office; ip determining the nominee or nominees, persons shall be declared nominees on the basis of the highest number of votes, that is, the person receiving the high- eat number of votes would be the first nominee, then the person receiv- ing next to the hlghest number of ~votes would be the second nominee; etc. Provided that the caucus may nominate only one person if that is the desire of the caucus. Provided fur- ther, that in the event of a tie for any such nomination, the caucus shall choose by ballot between them. The Chairman shall appoint tellers and counters and otherwise arrange Section 7. DUTIES OF THE CLERK. It shall be the duty of the Town Clerk to provide suitable ballots and ballot boxes, to keep accurate min- utes and records of the actions of the caucus and of the ballot count, and to certify and read the names of the nominees at the next meeting of the Council, and to file certificates of nomination in his office not less than twenty (20) days before the ensuing Town general election. It shall also be his duty, subject to the directions of the Council, to prepare the notice of the caucus, and to cause the same to be posted and published as herein required. He shall make proof of posting by affidavit which shall be filed with the records of the Town. In the event of his absence from the caucus, a clerk of the caucus shall be appointed by the temporary ~halr- man, and certificate and minutes of such clerk shall be sufnclent basis for the Town Clerk to file the certificate' of nomination, i Section 8. WITHDRAWAL 9| DIDACY AND FILLING V. ~ Any person shall have the withdraw his name from ary tickets not later than twenty (~ before the election by not f~ writing the Clerk that he de~ll~ nomination, in which event ;]~ will omit his name from the In case a vacancy occurs on a et after it has been certified fore ballots are printed, such may be filled and certified Town Clerk by the Chairman of the caucus. Section 9. CANDIDATE F( ONE OFFICE ON ONE TICI person may be a candidate than one office In case a name is certified on more ticket, he shall elect the which it shall appear, and so to elect after by the Town Clerk, his appear on the ballot under of the ticket first certified Section 10. PARTIAL If any portion of this c be adjudged Invalid, such shall not affect the portl are not adjudged invalid Section II. CONFLICTING NANCES REPEALED. All or parts of ordinances in co] or in derogation of, this or any part of this the same are repealed same are in conflict with, or gallon of, this ordinance, or hereof. Passed by the Town Counc Town of Arlington, this 8th January, 1951. ROBERT MURPHY, Attest: C. W. HILL, Clerk. Published January 11, 1951. Arlington and something to crow about.-----------0- ----- ------ I' I our or ao*oa oo* oe ' days beginning to lengthen after only three weeks since [. I CATSUP i the shortest day? 'e MARGARINE ARLINGTONMrs.Harold Cutler,I-ITS" Hospital, Notes O. "Because I'm in Love" I ') '] I Lb. correspondent. ,Births: " _ , I o**le t;,:; I Mr. and Mrs.. Herman Boerner Mr. and. Mrs. Eugene Eyre of ~ % Pkg. ,urned on Friday from a two Bryant, girl born Jan. 4, wt. 6-12; ~O~O~:~ weeks' vacation in Southern Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hansen of California. They visited their Route 3, boy born Jan. 7, wt. 7- , " alueso Son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 13; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Long of and Mrs. Jack Barber and faro- R. 1, East Stanwood, boy born ~'l~'~ Campbell's - All Varieties ily, at Van Nuys. Christmas was Jan. 7, wt. 6-11; Mr. and Mrs. -/ made merry by their two little Glen Crawford of Darrington, grandsons, Donald, 5, and Scot-girl born Jan. 8, wt. 7-5. ~ Call 2: They were among the ~ Medical ~ Patients: i~ While Star NO. 1/~ s]p~ctators at the Rose Parade Elizabeth Grant; Fred Ells of (Bite Size) Can Centennial, Pancake ~n New Year's day at Pasadena. Mrs. James E. Taylor gave a baby shower for Mrs. Joe Stach- ~faky on Thursday afternoon, 3an. 4, at the Community hall. Mrs. Taylor was assisted by Mrs. .J.B. Norman, Mrs. Niles Darrow, Mrs Art Norman and Mrs. Floyd Wagner. Mrs. Stachofsky re- ceived many beautiful gifts. Mrs. Victor Freyd returned home Sunday night after spend- several days in Seattle, re she attended special meetings at the Moore theatre. lVlr. and Mrs. $. B. Norman and family had Sunday dinner in Seattle at the home of her ~ters, thte Misses Martha and Judith Harrison. George Arnot left on Friday Virginia, traveling part of tl~ way by air. Alfred Adolfson has enlarged his milk house and has installed Route 5, Mr. Vernon; Haley Cay- loT of 449 So. Dunham; Mrs. Don- ald McDonald of Everett; John Cole of Darrington; Lars Lund of Route 5. ,Surgical Patients: Henry Morris; Mrs. Joseph Pratt of Darrington; Mrs. Del Neubecker of Route 2, Marys- ville. Gus Mayo of 115 Lenore St., fell off of his truck while load- ing wood landing on his head. He is almost completely par- alyzed as a result of a fractured neck. He will be confined to bed for quite some time. o ORDINANCE NO. 296 AN ORDINANCE providing for the holding of a caucus of the citizens of the Town of Arlington, preliminary to the annual election of town officers, and for the nomination thereby of candidates for the offices to be voted upon at such election, and providing m Ulment for the time place no~ice all required odern eq "p " of , , and conduct such caucus He has also made improvements BE ~ #'~*~rtAIWk'rn ~v THE TOWN Ill his barn and is now shipping! COUNC}L ~)~F~I']~OWN OF ARLING- grade A milk, milk that goes to the Seattle market. o VISTA VIEW 4-H CLUB The Vista View 4-H Club met at the home of our president, Joan Bllncoe, with seven mem- bers and one visitor, Lois Ander- son, present. We have three new members, Pat Hillis, Donna Speed, and Kathleen Rathert. We also have a new assistant leader, Mrs. Hillis. After a short meeting we enjoyed refresh- ments.Nancy Swimme, reporter. TON, under and by virtue of the pro- visions of Chapter 161, Laws of 1949 of the State of Washington, as fol- lows : Section 1. ANNUAL CAUCUS TO RE HELD. PROVISIONS FOR MORE THAN ONE CAUCUS. There shall be held in the Town of Arlington, in the year of 1951 and each year thereafter, a caucus of the qualified voters of said Town for the purpose of nomin- ating candidates for the offices to be chosen at the annual election of town officers in said years. Any group of five or more qualified voters may call a caucus. More than one caucus may be held In said town, but if than one, then each caucus shall a different name from any name adopted by any previous caucus, bvt 12-Oz. Can Del Monte Cream Style 303 27 Cans (Deep Brown Pork & Beans) Can Sunny Jim, with the new mug. Krusteaz, Hot Pie Crust Mix 12-0z. Mug Pkg. Pkg. June Rose Yellow or Green Split 2-Lb. Pkg. Swift, Shortening 07 Can ! Del Monte Na 2*/2 Can D Sunshine, Soda 2-Lb. Pkg. Picswcet Little No. 303 Cans 16-Oz. CHILl CON CARNE Ferg's Can BEEF TAMALES Ferg's 2 Cans CHICKEN TAMALES Ferg's 2Cang"O' Musketeer, Baby 101/z-Oz. Can A June Rose, Finest of Quality Pt. Jar June Rose, Fresh Calif. 14-Oz. Pkg. June Rose Flaked, Almonds or WALNUT MEATS :o: 29' CHICKEN SPREAD 2 Cans Garden, Ripe No. 1 Tall Can Special Imitation Vanilla 8-Oz. Bottle Quality Market "THE HOME OF GOOD MEATS" Hunt's Cucumber, Sliced Fisher's MORRELL "FANCY" Wedding Invitations , Indications of your own good taste--the correct- ness and smartness of invitations printed to your order. II BEANS LB. PKG .... li|lill[ FRESH PROD UCE ORANGES Large Size lb. 5c Sweet ......................................... PROMPT SER VICE Call 493 The Arlington Printin Co. ARLINGTON, WASH. GRAPEFRUIT Texas lb. 8c Pink ............. -:-w- ............ LETTUCE Firm and lb. 10c Crisp ......................................... CARROTS Fresh, and 3 bun. 25c Tender ........................... RUTABAGAS Very lb. 5c Meaty .............................. 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