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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEB. ], 1951. TttREE \ : iiiiiiiiii i: ' // '1i / ii!T: )1 Are the Mothers Who Will on the Job Friday Evening: The drive is captained by Helen Duskin. Her as- are designated lieu- and sergeants, and are listed as follows: West of Olympic, f r o m Oil plant to Division Lois Wilson, Sgt. Jean *apPel. to Haller Bridge, tracks, Lt. Virginia Sgt. Frances Ses- northto Haller, Lt. Mary Thomas. from Broadway to from Division rke, Lt. Bonnie arge Smith. French and Third to )f town, between Di- and Third, Lt. Betty Sgt. Evelyn Danubio. west to Olym- Third and Di- Betty Buell, Sgt. Maple and County West of Olympic, plus road and 3ensenville, Lt. Lee May, Sgt. Katherine Robinson. Union and Jackson, east of Olympic, and Dunham, from Third to County road, Lt. Zel- ma Alexander, Sgt. Cecelia Sabo. All of Olympic avenue (apts. and hotels), Lt. Rita Arnot, Sgt. Lassie Medema. McLeod from Third to Coun- ty Road, Lt. Rosie Bjorn, Sgt. Lucille Jensen. French from Third St. to County Road, Lt. Helen Ber- gen, Sgt. Olivia Marsh. Lenore, Gifford, Washing- ton . and Stillaguamish, be- tween First and Third, Lt. Lucille Wangsmo, Sgt. Leona ttansen. East from French St. to edge of town, between First and County Road, Lt. Mary Leach, Sgt. Mike Wells. Airport, Lt. Frieda Pierson, Sgt. Dorothy Klatt. From Airport to City Limits and west to Robb's Service Station, Lt. Adoline Holm, Sgt. Ellen Hollenbaugh. POLIO--A GROWING SHADOW CASES REPORTED SINCE 1936' r I 100,07S* SHOWN IN 3-YEAR PERIODS ........ ,o-, elncluding 1950 estimate of 30,000 cases. During the three-year park)d 1948-1950 patient care alone cost more than $58,000,000 in March of Dimes funds. ! s0.0 :' v.: l 1 ' 1936-38 1939-1941 1942-1944 1945-1947 1948-1950 ,,,,, The chart above reveals polio's ever:Increasing threat to the American people and the enormous cost of patient care borne by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. This year, the forward march of polio presents an especially urgent problem to the March of Dimes: the purchasing value of the dollar has shrunk to 58 cents In comparl- son with pre-war daysp while polio oases have nearly quadrupled. IF YOU LIVE IN AN ,PARTMENT HOUSE OR HOTEL Hang a towel or an old shoe, or a neck- tie on the door knob--Give a signal of some kind--help speed the work, for the busy mothers who have determined to make a real fight on polio have many calls to make within the alloted hour. Help speed them on their way by having your donation ready. REMEMBER REXALL DRU GS This Ad Sponsored by: MURPHY'S CITY GROCERY & MARKET ARNOLD JEWELER AUTO STORE BRACY. ELECTRIC COAST-TO-COAST STORE JOHNSON DRUGS HARDWARE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. t BLUE BIRD FOUNTAIN ARLINGTON TRANSFER & DISTRIBUTING CO, BARTLETT'S ELECTRIC CENTER BROS. SURPLUS T. E. GREATHOUSE OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE N GARAGE SNYDER HARDWARE VIENNA BAKERY