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]PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURSDAY, FE B. 5,1953. m.b 1 Bo te 4 " t aYl " " Do You Reme er Unemployment y Scouts Celebra 3rd Bur Breeding Assn.. Da,rymen To Hannah M. Great Seattle Fire? Rolls Show Drop /Has Shorthorn Bulls Meet Feb. 19 Arlin ton ! Can you remember the Seattle Olympia, Washington, Jan 27, ~::~ii~ ~ [~!i~ Artificial breeding service for Snohomlsh County Dairymen D., I ^.,tk " ~' e u an "e e-] 1953---Accordin to L H Bates, i:.:~:/;::~:: ~:i::i!::::::-::ii:i~Ti:::; ~:.::::i::::i::::.:::::;:::.::::.:;[i:!ii :-~::~ :..~ ~:2~~~ .-::.: :::~ .................... :i i:i:.::i: Milking Shorthorn cattle in this who are members of the North- I.*nH~;U ~UP ~CaUa ~re of 1889Wer yo y g ..................................................... ...... : ...... : ........... ~!i ................ ~ ........ [ )' ....... " - --- I Commissioner of the Employ- ~A:m ~ll~!:i~!i~! ~!:!ii ~~ ,area has been announced by the west Co-op Breeders will hold Mrs Hannah Mariea ~'1. ]~l'f;;D ~ t:ii~r gwt~h:ih;ii~me~:~!i t ~nnUXi!n S:~Ut:PY~yrDmneeeP~ t ~ewnntWwa! !d"" " " " " " " :i ~i~~ fill :: ::: "H";' ': ]: :i!::~ i !~~!i ::i i ;?:~!~::!:~:~;i!!i~ii .... : t !!ih~!~'s~;~e f f Cv~aPvnei:: ~ r~a]r ~AkSi:;5"" ~' "i " ~0oa ~'nY~ 1;n~' e;it vnl:r! t h,Tehs:~aSdi~n~g "" 't 'i 8hA~:i:~Gi~::!e !~ :y!, " . .~av~ the nioneer town~ Do voul during the week ending January :.:!~ii!:i:.:.iiiiiiiiii! il ~!~iiiiiii{i!i[ [ii!iii!li~i~i~ ~ [ ....... Y. g .. o g : P [following an extended i know -the "story of "the glue p~)t."124, when a drop. of 1,128 brou.ght ~:~i]~i~:::i}~il]i;i~ ::::z~:Vi~ili:~:::[ ~ii~~ ~ I ~%~r~er~n~J~? ~rdlt%:armfta~ Earl B. Hope, County Exten-I Born in Pine Creek, I0~ e tent eit that the numoer oz persons riling ........................................................ ~ ..... ~ stun Agent, says mls meeting in , Can yoU recall th y =?==========/=== /:::::::::::::::: :::: ?:::::::::::::::]: !i}~::;ii~ ; ~(:i~ | ~.~%~ 'da" rv ' cmer .... " 22 1871 Mrs Pollow claims for unemployment msur- !:: ~ii~!i!! !!~;i~i~ii~!i~i~i.i}~i~i~i~i~ " ....... ::!i::~:. : : " lly se lee to dairy fa s volves 2145 Snohomish Count " xnushmomed overnight from the[ ...... ~::=:~:~:~:~:~:~ :~:~:~:~:~}~::~ ~:: ~; throu-h,~u* *h,~ twelve Washin .... Y Arhngton in 1900 resldI b s"I ance to ~t~ z~D ::::~i ~:::::~:~::~:~:~: ::::::::::::*:::::::*::": ~i~~:: . ~:~:~ : -~~ [ ~ ~. .... b-Dairymen, WhO are active mem- [blackened rums of,Seattle s u 1- - " .. :t::~::i::iii::!i::iiiiii ~::::~!~i%i~!ii!~::::i :: i~ ::~iii:::::{ii. ton counties it serves . until 1933, when, after t] hess district? If so you are] Although this January has !i:i~::iii::!i;~:~i::~!~::~!!~}}~i~ .~~~ ~~ j ...... : ..-,'- bers of the Northwest Co-op of her husband Willia~ wnntod / been one of the wettest on record . ~:~'~ii~~ ~ ~ }~ ~: .... ~i~.i ~~i~ ] lnls is [ n e nrstartn.clal BreeDers ASSociation The oreeo- 0 ............ ~ii:,:~,. ,:~ ....................... ............................ ~ ............ ~* .......... Pollow she removed t . ..... ! ....... ......... ~..,~ .... ~ II ..... *::::~:~:::::::: ~i ............................... ~.~~~~ ~ ~~!~;~ breeding servme for this breed in in of dalr cows, artlfmlall is " " iabve average permitting log- :!~:!:~[~::::~i~::~i .: ~:::~~~~..:. : the Northwest.the Assomatlonbecomingmore and more lm- ~,,-,~,o] ~orx~|poe fear' t ~="P="~'=~ .................. .................... "::~ ............. ~ .......................... ~ ......... g Y Y Falls CoIorIUl giant mural com- ::::::::::::::::::.:.::::::::. ~. ::~: :,~:::::: .~:::.::=: ...... ~ . . memoratmg the Great Fire will : ............ ~:~ ~:~:~*~:": -..-.:*~:~: ::::::::::::*:::::: :::~ ::::~::: "s .... - rv " * ................... 1~ unveiled at then um glng at higher levels when nor- :: ~,~:~:~:~:~:~:~,~:~i ~m~j~ ][k~ 1. lnstalhngtheoreealnlt~se- portantto the dairymen. Each -= :=--: ...... ~ =--- --- ~ ~mall., nearl,, all such onerations~ ~: : ::: :::::::~fii~ ::::::::::::::::::::i ~"::~ ~-~.. ......... ::I su t o[ me e s pyear a substantialIncreaseis ~w,~t~,,,~ ,~ t, ,, ew Muse ........ ........................................................ ~:.:~ ....... ....ice as the re l a m~ r ni . . . low we r e held at .... ~ ...... ~oh ....... ~ ~t .~lwould have been at a standstill] :. ~/~!l~ |~il~ [su y sho ng some 3,000 head made both In the. number oft ~,~ ....... ~ ....... , ~c~o~l~'as'":art-of't'l~e~Dr~"ram] because of snow. Another source] :: : i ii:~.~~ ~ ~i~ ]in seven counties An additional members and the total number }'rlen~:"atten~l'~=~= "~Re Y . . P ~ _ v ~ s:,_ -log increasing, unemnlovment was ::i: :: :~i!~i~ ~:i:.~.| ~. 11800 owned by members neigh- of cows bred artifically by the[., o o.. ~..:s: ~. Jplanneo in ooservance o~ t n eI - ~" - ::::~ :::: ......... :~ ~ ::~ ::= ::. :::: ' ~ - ~eymour OitlCla[e(] ~ ~, -~ .............. ,~+,.,-.. ,. i~,removed by the same unseason-I ::: i::: ~i~i~ ~::!i~:. ::~~ ~i~ ~J~::| i(~~ I bon were reported in the survey. Co-op. ' .... ~ .......... :---" 1 ~hh~_ ~':i~t~'n~ t~e~C.enera~'~surance]al weather when sufficient rain-[ :::::::::::::::]::::::::: ::::: ~:::;~i/:~ ~!)~ i:~ ~i .: ::~ ii~ accordancewith their policy During the past year 309 new r:ot~':~,~"osfuM,~l~,~*~,'~r C.om~-anv-of-hmer]caf'l~hev corn-l fall resulted in the lifting of all ii~:.i~:::::.ii:.i? i::]i :~ ~i.:~ ~ ~ ~ii lot giving memoers servlcewnen- members were accepted, and the l-~:::=~,~==':=~=~,~'~,,~t v ". ..... "... - -. '-'ower restrictions Plants that~ ~ ~:~i~:.~i a~:m~/~_:: :~?:.:::~K~ ~ ~t~ :~ ~cver practical OIIlClalS O[ the co- .. .... ~--+:..-- *`.....~ _ +..*..~ ..~ n~-, ......... ~ ........ o .... " 1 e(1 KU(lOl n Zallln er Dis- }' " :; ........................... :: .... ~=}i[] ~" ......... ' ct~O'Jl~ttlOll OIUU a tOtal UI Y(~O * mares on P g .... ::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..... ~:-.-:'.::': ......: o took immediate ste s to se . . . son Erme Pollow of 70, linguished young Seattle artist had laid off workers because of :::ii::i: ::}:i W~ i~)~::~::!l ):: [,P ..... ,~ ~,.~lo o..., heP: ....... -cows artlflcmllym Snohomlsh nic' Drive Everett tw, . :::::::::::::::::::::::: ::." ~2J.+ ..: ....... : :.:::::.::.:- - .: :::::::: ,.~.at,~ ~vuu uullo altu lz~t4bl|lg IOI ' Y , , and Puhtzer prize winner to re me power shortage arenow can-[ ::::: ................................ ~~ ~~ l ........................ ~!~ ~~i ::I ...... County Of this total 5501 cows ~,~ ~,~ ~ ......... ]produce in oils an historically ling. them ~.acK as zas[ as pos-I }:~:~ii!~i:: i ~~ ~i:l~~ i iii::iiii~i [mem aline [arm. _ were bred in thenorthern part of[Mrs' "Es~her'YHask~2:J~ ~.thentie" .~t n d v of a centrallSlDle" Aluminum plants nau oeenl ~!~iii~i~ i~:: :i~::~ ~;:~::~ ~:.~i: ~i~::~::~i~ ~ . ' :i The ~auonal ~reea Assocla- the county, which is serviced by ~. " ..... '_ ~c~ne~o{tl~e-~,re'at )ire -'--- [hardest hit by the power short-[ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~:]~i i{iil i::ii~i~ [tion has helped in securing the the Arlington office and 4295 i~ ~ranl[.e ~ans, six grail, " _.. . . - ". - . lage Over two thousand personsl i:: : :.::i i :: ::~i :.:: ~i:.::~ |~!.:~ i i ili~ /bulls and will recognize artifi- the southern part of the county Iann nine great granoc,. AI[er careful researcn Mr ~al ..... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::- ::=:::::::::::::::::::::::: ..... ::::::::-:::-: ..... ........ ........ .......... .... ]were laid off after lnterrupt]ble[ ::~::i:.~ +~ ~~ i:::.::::::i::~ .[cial breeding enabling :registry serviced bv the Monroe office ' ----"--"~-"'--- linger ChOSe xesier way ior his[ [::::::::::::::::::::::::~I ~:~ .... :::::::::::::::::::::::: .... :~::~:~:~:~:~:~/~y :: [ v ' - " ' power was cut off, but not all ...... ~ ............ ~ ......... ~ .::~:~:~: ..... ~ ......... of cal es from Northwest Co-op ~ ................................ : ........................ ~ The operation in Snohomlsh .... " ............... ~. .... log these remained out of work[i~::ii:.::::::~::~ ~~ ~::::ii~i~::i::~i~i~iil~ : | and e bers registered County is managed by thr~o dJ //~a~ra,.",.\ maural The old Yesler building ..... ~:.~.i :: : -!i::~i{~::~ ~:~:~:~~:::~ :;: bulls m m ' " ,.., .... h. ~,, ~.a ..... u~n ,h,~lsince many found temporary em-[ ::~:~:~:~:~:~:~!~ ~:.~ii ~i::~:i~ ~~ ~::~ [co~s. rectors who are elected b,, the ~( s,a r, ~] ~eattle hotel) the fire fighters [ployment in other industries. [ i~i::i::i::::::!~ ~~ ~~ ~ [ Both members and non-mem- members. The present directors LET I[ ' ~" '{ Last week 42 324 persons drew[ if:::::? ..:&~:. i:::~~~~~ ~.~:%~i; ~ ]bers may get further details on ~re Perry Porter Route 2 Everett tk x~rx~ 2) and their equipment are vividly , . ,~:...:.:::,~:~:~:~ :~,~:~:~:~:~:~:. ~:~:~;}~:~. . ~,:: ................. . . . ~ , , , and accurately pictured. Th e]payments amounting to $1,019,-[ ~ [this new servlee .by ca!ling the Harold Ottem, Route 3, Arlington[ ~~/ mural shows a scene of destruc-[722 under both the Unemploy-[ ~ ~~ ~.~: /~or.[nwes[ t~o-op lnsemmator at and Joseph Danielson, Route 1,1 "--r--~ . tion and disaster but above the[merit Compensation Act and the[ ~:.~ ~ ~ [Arnng[on 2191 or writing the As- East Stanwood. T h e term of ON WASHINGTON .... ~.~~ :,[Veterans Readjustment Act, $26,-[ [sociation headquarters at BoxPerry Porter's expires this year mo~wpvs | [] 937 of which was from Federal[ ~i/:::i::iii::i::iiiiii}iii::i !iiiiiii}i::i::i!!iiii::ilil}::iiiiiiiiiiii:::: i::::::~::i~~!ii:::iiii ::i::::::i~:~::i!::::i::i ]350, Mount vernon, wash. and a director for this area must/ [ [ I rv y .... ^ [~ funds. A total of 648 of these pay-[ iiiiii}iiii!~i~!}i~ii~ii~i~i i~iiiii!}il}~:}iiii~:}iiiiiiii!iiii!ii!}iil}/:i iliiiil}~~i::!~j~i}:~ill i}iiil}!!iii!ii]i}i}iil | ' o------------ be elected. The person elected [ | ~J- ~u v ~ |[ merits were final payments to] }!iiiiiiiil}i}iiiiiiii::i!iiiiiiiiil iii~iiiiiiiiiii~i}iii!iii ~}!i!~ ~i!iiiiii:i~ii:iiiiii}::ii{ii /~'A~ |~,~ ~n--|, will serve a term of three years I~ ,| T ,, ~- , . I[ those persons who had exhausted l ~!~ii::/,ii::iiii ::ii i~:~::!::~ ~~ ~iiii!!i. ~/~!::::::iii!:.i:. :iiii::::i |x~. L~IlU I~ILUrL ^,, -...~.~. .... +*` ...... *` .... II _ _ ............................................. ~ ...... ~ ...... - | [[rent benefit year An additional[ i::!i{~::!i!}~ii~::~ ~iii~ ~l:~!::~ii!~ ::::::::i~ ~!~l ............. :i:i::::i:::::::: [~.enus lo tend the annual m,-~ti .... '~[] ~ "~"" 519 were denied benefits for vol ~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~*~:~:~:~:~ ~:~:~:::~:~:~::::*::;::::~::::::::::::~ ................................................... ~:~:~:::~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:::::~ ......................... ~:~::~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~: :~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~ ........................................................... o " " " .... ~" .... | .mAmmW~ [i ..... "~ ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ]11r ! . ~ take an active part in electin~/[ _~. .4 lar~t.lu~ / 1111"Hl" Ilunt.arl.ly qu}ttlng work, bem.g un-[ Official Boy Scout Week Poster [ wasmng[on rarmers their directors. The program fo~/I a(me ! iv~ m~mm IlavanaDle zor sultaDle worK, or/ ! - . . .the da- will be announced in~l ~. |~il&|||~ other disqualifying causes] Boy Scout Week, Feb 7 to 13 interests of boys in three age [ ~poKane Jan 31---Of the $17,- this pa~) ..... |1 ~'~-.'----'.''- | ~dflk~iflb~ [i " _ i " - ........... I THe high point of ~'couting in ]$4,029,100 according to a finan- GOODWILL COLLECTION /[ ~Y]':J)~--~ v ann aaul~ leaaers ~ince I~IU, | I[||~P|| I/-, ,. ... tm [ ....... - .... 11953 will be the third National ]cial report released here today Collection of household dis-il ~ _]~'-~'~\ | w~vmw~--m~ [[.~hAIt,~..~n~rne INca. ]more. man zo,zuu,uvo voys anaj Jamboree. More than 50,000 Boy [by Henry Matthew bank presi, cards will be made by Goodwill " ,. ...---,---.- -,-- , men .ave oeen r e oe . . cout w., ,O00-acre ' I du tries on Friday ebruar,,Ji | Of Comfort [~,~ .... [ "Forward on Liberty's Team"] tent city on the Irvine Ranch in I Mr Matthew said Washington 13, Mrs Frank Hollis~ local rep'-|l / ~d~/J | ....... II%,,|V|| u~;~;ll~; |is the birthday theme and the the Newport Harbor area of [,.....; .... *`..~., ,- . ~n,~ resentative says [[ ~i / ]~'~ UI a"le $11 emphasis is on ~rhe Scout Fam- southern California next July 17 .... | [I State Civil Defense Director D.[ .......... ]'o 23 [dividend declared by the bank She adds that clothing does[[ lly o! programs meeung me~ | ~ Of ~llel Dolla~ lIE. Barbey announced today that[ " I during t~e year. The bank paid not need to be in perfect eondi-][ | [[public shelter signs -- to s ho w[~-------~--177---~~'] $75,000 in dividends to 17 nation-ition, since Goodwill operates][ ~[[7~ / -----------__A/~_ //~ //resiaems where to seek sa ety|rores[ tire assn.- i ountv nam er lal farm loan associations in[both a laundry and a sewing[[ ! "---n 1/l---"-I/1--" ][during air attacks --- will. be | ~ J,, _ [Washington and 'the bulk of this room. Workshops are also main- | ~l [~'-----///-----//]---[[manu~ct.ured. b y Washlngton[pr.]nreg 'l|m ,M~_~_~.~ lD ~:vlarl~ [money was passed on to assocla-" tamed" for the reconditioning of[ ~L~, ~a[e ~'enltennar __.v_____ _..... v ..... --.- -" --------" , ' rr " | I I~ //~--~--.-dJ/ -I/ y. [ [ ,tlon member-bo owers. The as-[furniture, electrical apphances[[ For Everyone on YI | I [~/~,~... [[ Orders for the signs are being[~"~.--- D ...... &=---- l Ed Blaine, vice-president of the[sociations, he explained, make] and other items. [I I- ~J ..... , | ~ [~i~,',~'~i_/j[~.~~ []taken from local Civil Defense[~a[~ [[~~llUUll I Peoples National Bank will be and service loans for the bankl Mrs Hollis may be telenhonedl[ /.~O V/~'I.JI~.~] | | ][ ~:~ []organizations throughoutt h el A new method of preventing[the principal speaker at the Feb-[a n d all of the bank's capital]at 231" - ][ Choose here from a gay $ | ~ ]IF-'-~--"(~Q~ [[state, Barbey said. [forest fires will be tried this vear~ ruary meeting of the Snohomish[stock is owned by the associa-] ' " o--------- ]] VALRNTIN I | --[[~,/A~/'~[ai~/~)l"-~ [[ The signs will be of sheet[b, the Washington Forest Fire[Cunty Chamber The County[tions, of which there are 65 in]ARLINGTON HEIGHTS [[ s~a~'--or'~p~_~ | [/~Y/~i~'~I [[metal, with black lettering onlY/ .......... ]Chamber will be guest of their?,anD, ~on[ana, oregon anIIMPROVEMENT CLUB [[ ~com~c.-JusChs~ 'i t~ ~l/~ ~-~v - "'~'~ I~vellow back,,round or Scotchlite/Assclaun' according [o marun/Everett Chamber of Commerce atlwasnmg[on. ' ~MEETS SATURDAY I[ for sweetheaxts, family, ,, . e, . . , or what-have-you. G De eller "resident " ]that time, with the. ro ram fol Durin 1952 Mr Matthews The Arhn t 1 ~V~~ [[lettering. [ " gg 'P " '" "h " P .g . j g , [ g on Heights Im-[[ ,o~w~t-~v:~o~,=, ! "~,I ~l ~.i/~ /} r...o+ ..~ +,... o, ....... ~ ..... ~o,! A snectacular technicolor mo-tlowing t e ~inner in the Monte said borrowers in the four states provement Club will hold a busi [I ~.~X~.LSZ~ | fl ~r~/~[~ lithe type ordered. Barbey said[t~-- ,~ .... , ,,qm,~ ~ ....TdCrlsto Hotel in Everett. This[paid off $10,395,000 of their in-[hess meeting Saturday hight, It 0 Heart-Shaped Box~ "~A]F/~ /|th-t a consolidated re"uest for[~y'" ,, v.y~--:-- .--"_'~-"W{ ,'~lwlll be Tuesday, February 10,[debtedness to the bank. T h e Feb. 7, following which there 'D | ' w hi h /!~eaeral ............... ma[cmng zunas ,or haggiS'Ire'lust releasea, . wnl oeldinner at 6:30 p.m. [Spokane. institution finished, the will be a program and games. " PAUL S VAR Wlth fuel prices no g 1 t " |~ ........ ;,, *`^~_,._, ....... ,...[shown through Wash ngton o Walter Precht president ofthe[Year with $73633000 in loansThe meeting will start at 8 | er than ever, heat losses in [lt'e CO~t VVlll L~:~ ~Ut)lllltt[CU tU tllU , ' ' ........... Federal Civil Defense Adminis [loggers, forest protection person-IEverett Chamber has also lined land contracts on its books; $1,- o'clock . u.,u~uh~ted h .... es .~dd p ...... 866 000 in cash -4 911 000 in U " ' ~to sta,.~.erin~, fi,,ures---cost /|tration /nel, and the general public In up an excellent musical program[ , ; :~ , , " gov- a home ~'~)wners ~illions of /|. .. " ....... /the next few months in this fresh[at that time. The nature of the]ernment bonds, and with delin. ~ ~ ._.. ._. ~.,,.,, ............... ,m,c ^ [[lurza zlames and me oil.lowing[drive to preventman-caused[speaker's topic is expected to[quencies of only $382,000. ~P~/oo _~ orl,,~,~, .~, I "~,~,;~;.,~, .~%'~;.,~,~ |-~v~--r~;~ .... ~ a'-"-'-- .... [[DlaCK smoke, me green n.nls.laeS[woods fires. [bring a large turnout from all[ Mr. Matthew said the bank's ......... ~' ~'~' ~'~*~'~" ] c ssFUlR' iEn t/f " TE; ss I[ mS.od l / i; i! I ; ;lick;i'i ds nts i{i npd$1Drii9ns fir: :we !l {: 3au2rth 10t l S U BJECT , D?Rc:ESI:I Np uSCEIENC EN 7HE0 | [[to all p . o . ".. ]powered technical committee of ltend this meeting, ladies being] o GEORGE NAY, C.S., OF CHICAGO Museum Du[ a special lnvltanon | FAther blown mineral wool [i .... !i " " i~ [loggers, foresters and operators[especially invited. The progress~ In Arlington - Phone 1344 LECTURER ~ Member of the Board of Lectureship |..~ u.,,+~..,. ' " []goes ou to all WhO rememDer[in Washing, ton a nd Oregon log the county is only as ~,reat as l KILLOUGH CLEANERS ~ Mother Church. The First Church of | ........ ~" [~the Fire. So if you recall some[sunervised n~oduction of the mo-]the interest shown b~v th~ neonle[ for Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetts. I|httle anecdote, about that fate-[tion picture. [who live in that county, stated~ WATERPROOFING .................. r~r~I | Williamson Bros. II~?~$un~,,,.?aY,,~n 3,,8~9,,pmnneT~9~] "The film," Deggeller said,]Mr. Bennett. "and it is, by .thisl, i ~ PL''~L~E~. .... ~'~I~I~IT~C~ .... | "'--=.5-=__==.. _ - []C~= ",~},;"~gi~,~v~rd["starts with the planning of a ].n[erest that our,coumys stand.[[ ~o.nnranqrnnr|o. nade~ao~le " South French Street I~ J~J~.UJ~M~: ~U~W~ /[ ............ ~ .............. I In IS evaluatea North so that you may receive flre preventlon system In logglnhg g o" ~IEHIIrI~ HA~A~ I | [lyour special In tt on to the ........ [ Ol"m"ic National Park in[ IP, O. Box 315, R. 2, Arlington " " vi a ai operations and follows throng Regional" and General TIME MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, AT 8 ,,,,~..~...,. .... ._._~.~,.~^ ,, i Irom me use oi heavy equlpmen~a v t .. _._ a ~y~w,t.~ ,~uu.utau,v. Washin on s~ate is said t to pumps and hand tools on the gt o be _ .---]. . o., ..... ,.. ......I a A WArPT4T J Auspices of First Church of C2xrlst Scientist ArlingtoZl, " " Iire line." u,,. v,,.j v,~ ......... ~ --v.*~, ~'"~",1 ~ .... '' ........ "'" " ' ' [ q'ha mnti~, ,~m,,ro hue been[extends from snow- capped}IAOUW Bld~ Phone 1694 YOU ARE CORX)IALLY INVITED ............. v ...... mountains to ocean beaches | .... "~" [so planned that it can be separ- ' ated into six short films, each ,~;~ covering a special phase of fire f prevention and suppression, Peg-! ] gel, ler pointed out. ,, / ~-~ ~ I The Een~y Is Fire shows how /~ ~ii~!! "-I ~ ]a forest fire starts how loggers /~k %1 i~ ~ /and fire fighters organize a plan ],5. ~', i~!~ ~- ~ [of action and how they finally /~ i.~: : [conquer the blaze and mop up ~i!i .-. ,spot fires ahead. It is the first ~ ~ , , IOJe N, LJ /time the~ntire action of a for- ~ .... -,-- ~ a~kLl {est fire has ever been screened, ~ --I [Deggeller stated, and at its pre- (" [mier showing aroused hearty ac- [claim from old-time fire fighters. "% Even a Mental Marvel : LINES BY SOGLOW "We will make the film avail- able for widespread use by the general, public," Deggeller indi- cated, 'as soon as we have had a chance to show it to loggers, fire fighters and forestry groups The forest fire epic was finaaneed jointly by the Washington For- est Fire Association and Oregon Forest Fire Association, and pri- vate operators west of the Cas- cades in the two states" O In Arlington . Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS ellat for Blockin~ and Cleaning Knows It's Best to ',heck the Directory Bdore Calhng" Remembering telephon numbers is tricky busi- ness.., they can be easily mixed up... easily forgotten. That's why smart telephone users ! always look up numbers in the directory be/o,e [ they call. The few seconds you take to check the num. her may mean minutes saved when you make. Making plans for your fnture? Make sure those plans come true by invest- the call. So play it safe. 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