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January 26, 1983

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2 -The Arlington rIMES- Wed., Jan. 26, 1983 I .... .......... P ' 83 conservation ,,.;: ense required , ;" .... f0 e0f Ga ii li//i, lmmml Department land Game Department. l: ~,~ )~[i " ~ :: !/~ I i l~ :.i 1 A conservation license is required to be ilil/ permanently displayed on all vehicles using Game Department lands or wa;~er posted as "Conservation License Areas." The three-by-three-inch decals feature a bald eagle against a blue background. One THE STILLAGUAMISH SENIOR CENTER reaps the Oktoberfest harvest in the is provided free to each buyer of a state form of a $4000 donation from the North Coumy Rotary, sponsors of the annual fall hunting, fishing or trapping license at the event. Gerry Wigrcn (center), president of the Rotary last week presented the time when the license is purchased, check to Margaret Bruland (right). director of the center. Also pictured is Signe License buyers wanting more than one Tronson, chairman of the center's Advisory Board. The funds will be used to meet decal for their vehicles may obtain them the costs of increasing utility expenses for the all-electric center. Repairs and by writing to the Department of Game. modernization will also be completed to the center's apartments, attention Linda Duncan, 600 North Capitol Way, Olympia, WA 98504. The written request must include the licensee's 1983 Vn kid [County plans rezone o To s number, including the letter prefix. A self-addressed, stamped envelope must also accompany the request for additionaldecals, stein- I south of Arlington O ooe e o t w o epo e Studerlts0fth Game Department facilities and do not have a hunting, fishing or trapping license must buy the annual conservation license at a cost of $5,00. The conservation license program was enacted by the 1981 State Leg,slature and the first ,,censes were ~cii~:~i~iii~n~ri~ni:~!~itod?~;i~i I The Snohomish County Planning Commission will be con- issued during 1982. The goal of the ! sidering a rezone of lands within the east half of the Marysville program is 1o share the costs of maintaining Game Department facilities I Area Comprehensive Plan, generally lying east of the toe of Get- and access areas among all user groups, two Arlington chapters of the Beta Sigma I ehell Hill, east of the city limits of Marysville and east of 79th Ave. Phi Sorority, Eta Theta and Xi Delta I N.E. See adjacent map for details. The Department of Game receives no Theta, and by Pioneer First Federal general fund money and relies primarily Savings and Loan. i A public hearing is scheduled for February 22, at 9:30 a.m., on license fees paid by sportsmen to Both students are seniors and exemplify Ginni Stevens Hearing Room, 1st Floor County Administration operate more than 800,000 acres of habitat the broad range of interests and talents in i Building, Everett, Washington. This will be an area-wide rezone lands and nearly 900 water access areas the 1983 class. i to implement the zoning portion of the recently adopted throughout the state. Outdoor recreation- Seth Blaustein is the school's chief i ists who need to know which Game photographer with duties on the annual Marysville Area Comprehensive Plan for the east half of the plan- Department facilities in their area are staff and in the production of the I ningarea. ,. posted as Conservation License AreasVocational Education Week special sec- i The existing zoning categories, including the Rural Use Zone, sht,uld contact their nearest department tion which will be distributed by the | which is defined by the county as an interim zoning category, will onice. ArlingtonTimes on Feb. 9. | be replaced by Rural Residential 12,500; Rural Conservation, and ! RuralS"Acrezning" Jazz group's tl') to | Further information may be obtained from the Snohomish il Cunty Office f Cmmunity Planning at 259"9313" , . sL6 .o, California turrd down a ~ it! "~r!v .. i\ .~' " .~3:~ The Arfington Scl, ool Board reaffirmed trip had been d,scussed among parents I ~.~1~ '~'--"~'] [ .... ~.- k .;' 1 . '~ ~ )= !.'~, an administrative decision Monday night and students before administrative per- i " i I school jazz choir, The trip ~ ould cost individual students .. ; ~ Superintendent Richard Posl said the about $230 each, I J' ,, -!~ ~l~i~i::::::::::i:::: ::::i! ~~ ] = = ~l jazz Festival would not be the best use of alia,, the proposed trip. Board member the students" time and. more importantly. Alvee Gustafson noted, "'Trips like these I ]] ,/ Ll' i li ii ;.i:i:!!::iiii i ii~i! '~ I : ~ that such a lengthy trip would set "a sh;mld bc something special you have 1 ~1 .~f" I ~ i~'i'~ .~...".'::~i !i~ ',~: "i" ,~ LI ~l ~ ~ precedent he didn't feel the district was earned.'" ~! / I !: ' :::::.~l:'.~.::: ':;:' :'.': ~ :~- , ~:" . ~"] ]1~ ~> ~> ready to set. In another action, the board changed ' ~i=iil "'ii!::~i i!ii! ". :If" ~ii ..,, ~,. r" r" Post noted that the 2S-member Jazz- officers ,,'ith Gene Chase stepping down I ~ I !~ii! iii! " ; ;!ii!,i"i~ ~ ~ ~ mine group already has plans to attend as chairman after three years and being jazz competitions in Vancouver. B.C. and succeeded by Bill Legler~ Gustafson was 'ii: : : ::[~'1 ~ ~ ~ has been that individuals or groups could ::i::ikiii~ii!:ii :E~ ~ " ~ Z __ :i i:~" .i:~.i i:~:~:~i~:i i!!i: go to far away conventions or competitions :::: ."" ':":':':' :~:~ .-.=-.S.-'- ~ I'I'I ITI onh' if the "trip was in the order of a ' ::~iiii ~::~::ii'.:i "i~ii:::if: iliii . " , '~, ~ 2 "1 case for this California trip. { ~ Administrative decisions on such mat- ::-::::.:: .:~i!iii:~*:i:':i!'""'"" ::i::i:: ~!f~==--" ;I ~ !" ters rarely come ,o the school board's I 1 ARLINGTON attcntion,'he noted, but in this case the I ' i::ii!ii :: il i[:ii :-J : [ String quartet 7.30 Thurs., Fn., Sat. I I~h ~ :::: :: ~" The Beastmaster's MARK I i" ':':':'~ ': ':': " F , ........ .... ..:~ . o perf0rmsSaturday ~::~:i~:i i: i:L: ..... . SINGER in the true story n I !~:: :::: ::!~J Everett Community College will present comedy adventure ... I the renowned I~l~ladelphia String Quartet I ~ "~ i ~ - ~ , ~ ]'~ ' in a concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29. at I ! ~" "::' ":!' '] :...::i::~ ~ .." ~:~~ i ''' i'"~i:'i, the leveret, Civic Auditorium.Admission is $2 for college students. $3~:~:i Ii i The concert is the fourth event in the ~ .'. ~, :,:,' . ,. "~ .... i . :":: :i ~i: ', I . . -':'~ Entertainment Plus 82/83 series spon- sored by the Student Activities program at the campus. , !iii .~ for college personnel and $4 for the 'tm~;~;!J ii'i:~:J'n';l~ !i!!iii.~. '~ii~::~:F i::::"~i ~3i : ;:31~ and at Carousel Music in downtown Everett. the University of Washington I I~ ~.~1 :!}i!i ~,'~ ~ /.. ]j_ ...::.... ticket office, and Ticketmaster at Fidelity Lane, the Bon and other suburban outlets. '" ,~:i:i ~ "" "" ". ' ;. " ...... I ..... ~. ,,7;~ o !]..~ 1973 reunion meeting (7:a0) Ives EARTHBOUND r= ~ ~=.1 .... :::::: ., ~ . . . Plus Burl . . ;; " ~ , i: '::iii their forthcoming 10th reunion. The meeting is set for February 3 at 7:30 p.m. Adult $3.00 I I:," ' i i ill :' Cit.,l.50, Studen,$2.50, | in the high school library conference xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx | ! All members of the class are asked to (,G) ,