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Men/Women in uniform Army Spec. 4 William J. Deoneseus III, son of William J. and Dorothy M. Deoneseus of Arlington participated in Brim Frost 1983, a U.S. Readiness Command joint-service exercise held in Alaska. The exercise is designed to test and evaluate active and reserve component commanders in joint procedures and tactics. It also gauges their ability to function in an arctic environment. Exercise participants were personnel from Army and Air Force units already assigned to Alaska• a Canadian light infantry battalion, soldiers from Fort Lewis, and Fort Campbell, Ky., and reservists and national guardsmen from 14 different states• Deoneseus is a military police specialist with the 9th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis• He is a 1976 graduate of Arlington High School• His wife, Christa, is the daughter of Berta Weaver of Knoxville, Pa. Army National Guard Pvt. Daniel B. Connolly, son of Judith V. and Bernard M. Connolly of Arlington, has completed one station unit training (OSUT) at the U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort Banning, Ga. OSUT is a 12-week period which combines basic combat training and advanced individual training. The Arlington TIMES - Wed., Jan. 26, 1983 - 3 Date River Hi - Lo Rain Jan. 18 4•13 56-43 .29 Jan. Iq 4.18 48-37 .03 Jan. 20 3.60 47 - 30 .00 .Inn. 21 3.35 4q - 2q .00 .fan. 22 3.50 4q - 2q .27 Jan. 23 4.12 55-40 .19 .lan. 24 4.21 45 - 38 .I I AIRMAN TERRY L. DAVIS, son of Howard C. Davis of Arlington, has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Texas, after completing Air Force basic training• The airman will now receive specialized instruction in the civil engLneering field. Davis is a 1982 graduate of Eisenhower High School, Yakima. Temperatures taken daily, 7:30 a.m.. City Water Works. FREE Estimate On A • Now Channel Mw V Antenna Instelktionl The training included weapons qualifi- Senior Airman Karen L. Hedrick, ! cations, squad tactics, patrolling, land- daughter of Marie E. Carlson of Arlington [,MASTIR RDIO-PULMONARY DEPARTMENT at Cascade Valley patients to other hospitals• Ruth Barker and John Schmiedt, merle warfare, field communications and and Robert A. Carlson of Everett, has re- recently acquired a second Bennett MA-! Volume pictured above caring for a patient, both recently passed th.e combat operations• Completion of this enlisted in the U.S. Air Force after being LOOk At Our Modal Ill0 aft This type of life-support equipment is essential in examination for Certified Respiratory Therapy Techmclan. Thin selected for career status ...... I~re patients require assistance in breathing over long exam is administered by the National Board .of Resptra!ory course qualifies the soldier as a light- - ,Hlgngalnquamumseries weapons infantryman and as an indirect-Assigned at Langley AFB, Va., Hedrick welt lasted & fauna tn h,,m,. ~, ume. The new ventilator will allow CVH to handle more Therapy under the auspices of the American rviemcal Assocmuon was approved for reenlistment by a board get the l~lltt possible plctore ~ort emergencies without having to risk transfer of such for Respiratory Therapy. Canine Almh photo fire crewman. Soldiers were taught to perform any of which considered character and perfor- InarseltllkeO$oend the duties in a rifle or mortar squad,mance. Darrlngton " " - ' " His wife, Colleen, is the daugl~ter ofThe airman is an accounting specialist ,Relnforcedelementltleeve$ tel ~ll~ tA~t~~e: ;r~ e~~ewe~ i ~e lt~rll Melvin G. and Noel Parker of Snohomish.with the Ist Tactical Fighter Squadron. to help hold up durlrlg tl~ The private is a 1979 graduate of She is a 1979 graduate of Arlington worlttofltorms. • Farm map meeting A.~ngton High School. High School *All alumlnum phaltlng • cro~mver for greeter | reception. °t Attorney Gen "hi warns di~aCtr; ~h; ~" We Mve lust received a truck- 'pu . load of Channel Master Anten- . . Assooa_tton will meet on Wedne:hda~oJuan. 0f c 0 n s u rn e r ^" ~ 1'~ ~ #,]1 m nil. Hurry on down end lille iea , 2b, at / p.m. at the buena ty Illl 31.t'l I I [ edvantageofourgrrite|t r s resolution for better health, abscess or infection yourself. Extension Office {300! Rockef~ler, Ever- ~ ~ ~ v=" .... priceseverl haw Never use external liniment or precau- ett) to make pmns lay me lVa,~ farm map. • - " - . -" c a en or This ma tves locatmns and directions g eral checkup when it is tions to soothe a child's aching muscles • p g" • • " " Consumers who hope to win expensivechance to win a prize. The Postal Servtce' - ~ - -- -- - o-A limbs, to farms in addition to listing commodities gifts or trips offered by a recent mailing has filed a civil complaint against the firm i~_~__~ll~ see my dentist regularly as Never take medicine prescribed for and time of availability. Those interested may be counting on a very long shot,in Washington, D.C., asking for authority .... i no- someone else m signing up for this year's map snoum according to Attorney General Ken to stop incoming mail relating to this offer, li,l'.J'.JIIf,l,'[lll t second-gue.~s mv doctor or Never use boric acid in the eyes or on an attend this important.meettng. For further Eikenberry. Consumers who desire more informa- • - - - - - -, ~non lesion details, call Rick Reismger, t~ounty,,gent, American Testing Institute, a Miami tion on the offer or wish to make a L donate blood if my physical"VNever use iodine solution stronger than at 259-9422. based firm, is sending out mass mailings complaint should write the Postal lnspec- -_ . i :-, ~ _,-,.: i permtts me to do so. 2% iodine, 2.5% sodium iodine; use it asking recipients to complete a TV tar in care of their local Post Office. For I1~]~ report troublesome or persistent only on superficial wounds, viewing survey. If consumers return the more information contact (Seattle) Marki- -- • - _-- -- [ Ls to my doctor oromt)tlv. Iqever out a bandage over iodine. .. . survey with $14.80 in "shipping and Maizels, 464-02bl. - - " xercise re - .- - - • • - - handling" they have a chance to win one iL gularlyandmamanner Never use hydrogen peroxide on an Q4-~.l-t~ rlio'~rlhll~'lnl'lr ,h°Y my doctor, abscess, t,)t~k~ U I~L/I U ULI I1~ of 20 gifts. The gifts include cash, trips, ecK my medicine cabinet and I Never use talcum nowder on open • ,, • appliances and membership in a film club. w out all out-of-date drues lesions or im les that'ooze o heating tun(Is But, according to testimony given eta Postal Service hearing, the vast majority n~e my blood pressure checked at Never use more of a med~catmn than the terva~s, prescription or label states. . o of people who respond receive only the ,use Weight if I should and I will " Never use any ointment that is over a l"f~ n ~-e0 ~ lifetime membership in the film club. That .~ as my doctor recommends year old unless it has a clearly markedt,v 0 ~v 1 entitles them to free replacement film mine first aid recuations ex iration date. . .,. whenever they pay for processing a 'roll. atte P • P Warrants totahn over $11.1 mdhon "'Postal Service attorneys say chances rapt to o en or lance a botl g nee P to ubhc asststa • have been distributed p ' ", "~ " of winning the other prizes, such as the • • househuRls in Washington state to help Mexican holiday or video recorder, are 1~tl^ _._ ~ . r~ o meet the rising costs of home heating,about I in 10,000'" Eikenberry reported. ,al: on wneelS acanalnavlan The funds were mailed to 49,014 low "'Therefore, if a consumer has little • , _ , income households by the state Depart- interest in the film club, he or she may [ I~kJ~'~ k~ ----- .L .....I ,L .... merit of Social and Health Services want to think twice before sending in the lUUII~ H~[~:~ [[~V~l [.U I~,~ (DSHS). The payments range from $200 to. . p $14.80." )u a Se " " _ . $275. depending on household raze. The Postal Service contends the Ameri- _,. mar t_itizen who teals youDo you have itchy feet the winter income and ~eo~raphiclocation. There are can Testing program is a lottery, since eatln ' . - ' "~ .'~ . . • cas^---,~"- g rtght due to health or doldrums, are you m need eta change of three geographtc_ raglans, determined by consumers are actually paving for the ...... "'~. , canary? the averal~e winter temperature. ' 'utrltlon • " , . . ~ . )~, Program of Snohommh Arhngton Ltbrary wtll have a program Judith Merchant Dtrector of the state ,~ers meals to persons 60 years of onThursday Jan 27 at 7"30 o:m that Division of Income Assistance said DSHS h'uer Who live in this county, should be naost helpful to your condition, also mailed 17 thousand referral notices to Caesar earns perfect grades ;~"~ seniors who are able to Mary Zoe Neubecker of Arlington Travel persons who may be eligible for assistance 'un~ne.s are served at the Stilla- will present "Travel in Scandinavian but who need toapply at their local energy Elizabeth Caesar of Arlington, attend- _ emor Center. in Arlington. Countries" at that time. assistance programs to determine their ing Central Washington University, has ,s are su $1 ~ ggested as the cost of the Are you not sure how to get apassport? eligibility. This group includes residents qualified for the 1982 fall quarter honor ...,,o. Do you arrive with wrinkled clothes? of subsidized housing, roll, according toAcademicVice President wt~o are homebound can have Neubecker will share her expertise inPersons who did not receive an energy Edward J. Harrington. ~eals delivered directly to their these areas as well as discussing travel in payment but feel they may qualify for Central undergraduate students who r~ere,]s a suggested donation of Scandinavia. There will be a film on assistance should contact the local energy earn a 3.40 or better grade point average meat or e arson can Scandln 1 w o t m n r st their home whatever th p " av'a as ell. assistance pr g a ea e" , while carrying at least 12 credit hours of Come escape with us on a free trip to Merchant said. In Snohomish County. call stud)' are eligible for the honor roll, information on these services the countries of .Scandinavia at the252-5141. Harrington said. concerning nutrition, call Arlington Library, Thursday, Jan. 27, at Caesar earned a perfect 4.0 grade Center or 355-1112. 7:30 p.m. average. - of Everett will demon- painting is planned for the youngsters, -ity at its best" the and refreshments will be served. !8 and 29, when it opens Those attending the open house may ~' Critical Care Tower. use the Emergency Department door on house the hospital's new the south side of the new tower. ltte, an expanded Emergency epa~ merit, a new nursery, and Care floor with both intensive care units. Mental health celebration will include an 9317 Hwy. 99 (Across from the Nan Centerl outreach at senior center Mental Health Services, Inc. of Snoho- mish County has inaugurated a rural outreach program through one-day-a- week counseling and therapy services offered at the Stillaguamish Senior Center. Ken Nichols-Happy, PhC, is in charge of the program• The satilite office can be reached through the main office at 258-4327 or 252-1122. The services offered include counseling for individuals, families and children and referral services• and building tours for the ay, Jan. 29, from 11 a.m. members and hospital Will be on hand during the to answer questions from the help direct the tours~ -~nings will also be a part of events. Members of the nave their blood pressure and tty tested, their hearts mani- a stress indicator test in the area, on the ground floor of the r. Prizes, including an exercise infant car seat, blood first aid kit and bandage presented. In addition, handbooks will be avail- tons and balloons. Face TAX TIP Gambling winnings must be reported, but are reduced by cost; (Save your tickets for itemizing) ACCOUNTING & TAX 659-6631 • 9323 Highwoy99 * Marysville NG MATER *Screened Topsoil *Red Rock J *Beauty Bark *Steer Manure j cAll Types Gravel *Alder Sawdust J e#1 RailRoad / Dr. Elaine Stout S.O.T. Family P 'flc: 432 N. West Avenue -- Arhngton, WA 435-9455 DR. JOHN J. BLUFF OPTOMETRIST LEARNING of headaches? These are telltale signs that he may be having problems with his vision. The only way to know for sure is to call your eye doctor for an ap- pointment. A good eye examination is thorough, and it's painless. If there is a vision "lbi'obt~, it can usually be corrected with proper eyeglasses or contact len- ses. In the interest of better vision from the office of: Dr. John J. Bluff 413 N• Olympic, Arlington 435-8585 Vision is never more important than in the first 12 years of a child's life. Ac- cording to the experts, about 80 percent of all learning in those years is accom- plished through seeing. The child has to J~.._able to see well to study the world around him, to read, and to protect himself. How can you tell if your child has a problem with his vision? Does he tilt his head to one side when looking at someone or something? Maybe he is seeing better with one eye than the other. Does he put his head close to a. book when he's reading? This may be a sign of nearsightedness. Have you noticed him blinking often or rubbing his eyes? Does he complain ARLINGTON -- STILLAGUAMISH SQUARE --435-9700 - Lunch- Dinner -- NOW SERVING -- Beer and Wine Fresh Pasta, Expresso, Milk Shakes Try Our Eggs Benedic LIVE MUSIC FRIDAY AND'SATURDAY Nils Sparre L Dinner Special Beef Stew .......... $4.50 * HOU RS. hours during Evenings appointment