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flPAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1953. i • • ._, Iv ,w L,. I] A person seldom Arlington i ime ..,,.,,,..., I~Soenal Security sickness or travel distance, you cannot go to your social security it's lear Health' I lpossibilities when he 10it office, the field representative Prepared by the Staff of the Health JltO show. symptoms of Successor to UlihtNVA/IUN5 icer Here win call at your home to assist sciences Division, university of Itcnronlc disease, rns ca: TNE HALLER CITY TIMES .I you. He will help you file an ap- Washington. I/wanting to cover up I en ~y~,] • r~ 77~ No 38 SNO ors insurance payments; advise The human mind is th~ eenterlhimself- • LXV. Thursday, Jan. 1o, 1953. ~ .' Next Tuesday plication for old-age and surviv- [S It In Your Mind? [tress is not admitted e ~bs~ription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 Per Year outside Snoho-~ La~ Sunday we~o~ned agro:p, Your social security field office you of your rights under the UJ- ~,)I~::I.,LO.tU.¢~ V~¢at~lll.~l~ tll~= ~ U ix in h,~i.,,~ t,~ ~'~rv ........... from which flows much of the If the doctor tries to latch County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, Geese near the Stanwood-Ca- if it has'~o~)Iin °~hes~='rv(ces law; assist you in obtaining any sickness and health of mankind, that nothing is wrong, 1 • . g ~ ~ u~ necessary proofs or documents• The doctors of every community tient is angry• He knows mane Island highway It was m .... ~7~hlngton, bYTHE AR~.INGTON PRINTING CO. " " ~" "" -" d to your home, reminds Wflham Whether you visit the field can bear witness to this fact• The thing is wrong• If the do, teresting to WhiCH me large DiP s l, "Mntthowu rn~nna,~, nf th.~ J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH ......... wind .................... ~" ........office or contact the field repre- expression "mind OVer matter," plains the possibility of C. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr. strugglng against me nlgn __ Everett social security office, sentative, there is no charge for has usually referred to the creating this illness to cc as they approacneu rue green Mn~t ,~on,~lo t~n~,, ~,,~, ¢""~ these services• If conditions make ability of tim mind to push mat-[for some unhappy situat ~tered as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- field for a landing The field was hof-'/~r~" t~h~'~"'%~'~J,,,~;'\",,v"~,-~'~=~ • ~n, under the act of March 3, 1879. - ..... e -'r-s and .......................... it impossible for you to come to ter into the background. That/the patient's lif~, the pat coverea_w!tn Wn~n- m :a ' reled security benefits they must file the office, a letter or telephone the mind has that ability is dem-]angry again. Does the ED JTO R/A L mey fnat.Ierea a•quar an applicati°nwith a s°cial se" eall t° that °ffiee will bring the onstrated in the daily life of, thinkhe's crazy? over s~an(lmg room. lnen a pass- curity field office. They also services of the field representa- everyone• [ The patient who begins ing motor back-fired. Immediate- knnw tba~ ;f the,, c~n*,,-~ • ;o;+ rive to your home. The social se- ly thousands of white wings were ..... • --" : ~- -~ .......... .... the held office for one reason or curity office address is 513 Corn-I Sometimes the reverse hap-[derstand himself and wi beating the air, as the SOllU phi- her they ,m,~ t~l,~n~,,,,,~ ,,~ • _ anot ....... ~ .......v ........ merce Building, Everett. The pens. The mind promotes matter[become convinced that he tern of white on the ground write to the office and make dr- phone number is BAyview 4201. into greater prominence than it[bring out the underlying broke up and a white cloud as- ran~,ements to meet a renresen Mr Chanin can be cont~otod at really merits• This happens quite I for the consideration of PROPOSED RAISE IN cended, the birds wheeling and tati~,e at some other poin~ at a the City I~all Council "Cha'mbers frequently The.Ha.man or a wo:[tor_orthe I.amil.y orthe l~-~,m,,Tzvr, ~ --.,~..-,,,--~ T v~,~r~, circling Ior a new rending amm convenient time The field ren next Tuesday Jan20thduring, man, even a cnlia, oecomes upsetlstanumg xrlenu is then : . ' ! , . ". i i and D~ckle has been m Japan oran e l~ye i " We have become so conscious of advancing prices, and ," • , .Y y " i ' ..... • Y g g " " i ............ w'-- -v-r -^s its too early for those pussy wll-[not reahze the social seeurityt ~ [symptoms, even though the of-[ KILLOUGH CLE ,]~ aeterm]nea to o ose sucn aaovances here e pu v w . • laZ a a a,a l a A • • 2OO PP " - low catkins and the wild currant field office is prepared to meet Use Times classifiedads -- I fending organ is quite healthy at] for sible that, at first glance we are inclined to say, to heck buds we saw Sunday. The south-]such a situation. If, because of[ busy, effective salesmen. • I the moment, l EXPERT CLEA lI I __-~t .~ winds of the last two weeks nave -- .... Wl~nlL ~ _ kept the temperature up andl~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~~ )| [ If we take a close look at this proposition, however, caused budsnto af2esa[1, and bUelbnS]e we might be inclined to agree with the proposal, a(:mbseg~n:ie groand glrink[ .~-~ First of all, the game department, and the wide- theyll be sorry; its a httle too]~ T.~.q~q~IT~.~.~ , . / soon for such signs of spring~ ~ ~ spread wildlife program costs the taxpa)er not one cent. . ".. " • [__ : • • • I The enhre program is supported by those who en oy the No Luck I-- N N I[ ..... d fishing and hunting privilege, made possi,ble through the . Dropped in _to see Clarencel~ ~ ,-o. ,--~ ~ ~.~f _.~ ~~ • | [r'~ ~'~~.~.-\\ ; /~ sale of licenses, a abnuSnecnfi N TOMATOES N A f : Again we nmst face the fact that we are not now .the serial nu~nber~;ve "DoggaOn~[!~ ~ Red Rip~e N Y *" "~" . S \~ t A ~ [ • • • , 1L ne said, ~ e g ,~ dealing with a few hunters and fishermen who can be sat- lost another $50." He didn't findl~ N Ctn. 1~:~ N ~\ ~"9~/~~ ['J [ ~ L~ ~ | 1 I d ~, f~@~ I isfled with what nature produces• We have in the state the lucky buc "o- [~ N ~S N ~ ~