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OPENING LARGE 2 BEDROOM s299 Per month Dieted fireplaces ,st I & 2 baths available Stance to Everett Mall Paine Field Available ly areas A PARTMENT~ Bruskrud, Rd., Everett 11-7:30 Call 355-521] north free - yard and ql. with schools, & 5th or Refer- roD. $150 with one 4-15-81. Call REAL ESTATE, BY OWNER, 1 acre, approved for 3 bedroom home, live in 10xl5 mobile while you build• Close to freeway/Stanwood, $32,500, owner contract at 10% with large down. Dis- count for cash. 629-3484. ARLINGTQN Heights: large 3 bedroom, 2baths, family room with fireplace, double garage, on beautiful landscaped '/2 acre. Many extras. Assume 83A% at $212 month or will carry low interest contract with $20,000 down. Asking $67,950 Ph. 435-5694. $1275 down*. Spotless and charming 3 bed- room on landscaped tA acre, yours for $52,500, total price! Quiet Neighborhood Brick fireplace, hardwood floors, landscaping compli- ment this clean 3 bedroom, 13A bath home. In town, only $65,000. 4,W wIBr AVII - Algm6nsl Eves.: Roy or Linda Potter, 435-4584; Roy Meyers 353-4867; Carol or Kathy 652-6738; Bill Davis 481-7504.- ......... STILLAGUAMISH River lot, about one acre, $20,000. Seat- tle evenings 1-546-2232. YOU BETTER BELIEVE THAT FOR ONLY $49,950 with alhhe terms, that you can own this beatiful 3-bedream rambler -- close to shopping, with o mountain view & lots of Iorage for an active family. Call 659- 0871, Century 21, Market Place Real Estate. Ad No. 41. SERVICES Will than. Dan's Tilling Service EAl-r Garden & lawn rototilling hR ,,.,y Light driveway grading r'oint & back filling Mall Free Estimates Call Dan 652-7862 -- Additions -- Roofing -- Painting -- Garogol --Patios & Decks --Gutters in -- New Homes Built , Hat Jeckup houses/new foundation aterfront By hour dr by bid :res in Licensed - Bonded - insured iington JORGENSON CARPENTRY affront 435-4925 terms. of SOund PLOWING Warm Gardens - Lawns - Acreage zutiful Evenings & e~rly mornings Jerry Flrnstahl water 435-5212 If no answer, 435-3459 13A baths, family room with ear garage. Lots of storage, fenced $72,500. SALON including all fixtures and mt location. ft. on STILLAGUAMISH RIVER. 2 basement, farn & greenhouse. Good TO SAUK RIVER. Good 2 bedroom house. Owner contract. $55,000. ACRES with clean 3 bedroom mobile $75,700. on Lake or river. Fireplaces and up. Pmperlkm, CaII or Come in. & HOME REALTY, Inc. N. Olympic, Arr ton 435:5561 SERVICES GARY'S LIGHT light hauling. Spring clean up, trips to the dump. 435-9609. BILL and SANDY's chimney sweep• Brushed, vacuumed and empty clean outs. Free phone estimates. 659-4313. BULL OF THE WOOD DOZING Land Clearing, Stump Spliting, Rock Riping, ' TD-25, Dragline & Brush Stacking, 3/4 yd. crawler crane 435-3477 ROWS Custom Rototilling. Call evenings and weekends, 659-3541. SAVINGS TO 50% - Have your hydraulic jacks rebuilt at Robbs's Tire Service, Arling- ton, Wash. 435-2223. BASIC GARDENING - garden design and consulting. Fruit tree pruning. 435-9204. I,I'VrLE RICHARD'S" " BACKHOE - BULLDOZING Ck,aring, foundations, sep- 'ti~ tanks, side sewers, rocK- orios. IAcensed & Bonded 691-6408 SILVER DOLLAR Septic Tank Pumping Call Collect 436-1535 EBEY MT. TREE SERVICE Fruit tree & ornamental pruning Topping Removal• Clean-up ARLINGTON GARDENING complete landscape gardening service. Installation & maintenance lawn care & garden rototilling Fred Arnold 435-2445 Arlington, WA Jeff's Backhoe Service JEFF SMITH 43~i.9~2 A&M Plumbing & Repair Service New construction, remodel and repair service. ArtqLtvtngston .... 435-2886 RICK'S Landscapi'ng Inc. Landscaping of all ~pes, shrub pruning, sprinkler sys- tems. Free estimates. Ph. 435-9333 RI-CK-SL-224OF Al* MAGIC MILL & BOSCH MIXER ° Bulk Grain ° Magic Mill & Mixer West Larry Godsey 435-4258 PRESSURE WASHING~, mos- sy roofs, driveways, walls, parking lots, etc. Free esti- mates. Call Art. 653-2919. PHIL KAZEN TAX SERVICE SERVICES CUSTOM. LOGGING CAT WORK ROAD-BUILDING, BACKHOE, SEPTIC TANKS 652-8900, 659-5666 ' Poeschel & Sghultz, Inc. (between Smokey Pt. & Island Crossing) PO E$ CI202D5 BAKE'S Stump Eater service• Fast stump removal, free estimates. Prefer calls after 6 p.m., 435-2943. FARM PRODUCTS FIR ISLAND TRUCKING Shavings & Sawdust 659-5134 or 659-6223 KEN'S Sewing Machine Repair I'll keep you in stitches. Calls taken at Arlillgton Fabric .... 435-4949 LIGHT BULLDOZER WORK Foundations, backfilling, driveways, etc. D.C. bulldozing. Dennis Chrisfofferson 652-7656 Jerry's-Bulldozing BACK FILL, CLEARING GENERAL EXCAVATING JERRY HAGENSTON ARLINGTON 435-5116 PORTABLE Welding, eve- niap after 5 p.m. All day weekeucls. 435-9256. Cards of Thanks We wish to express our deepest gratitude to our friends and neighbors for their kindness, words of sympathy and floral offerings in our late bereavement. ,Carl J. Lang, John and Pat Lang and family, Marvin and Susan Lang and family We wish to express our sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to our many friends who were so kind to us during our recent bereavement, and also for the beautiful floral offer- ings and memorials. We es- pecially wish to thank the Darrington Clinic and ambu- lance attendants, doctors and nurses at Everett General Hospital and the Rev. Mike DeLuca. Also a very special thanks to Darrington Police The shareholders shall de- termine at the special meeting to accept a proposal from Frontier Bank, 6623 Evergreen Way, Everett, Washington to acquire all of the outstanding stock of the Bank of Arlington. There shall also be trans- acted at the special meeting such further business as may be properly considered. Bank of Arlington Date of first publication, March 18, 1981. Date of last publication, April 8, 1981. #81 3 005()1 8 Summons by Publication upon Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce) Superior Court of Washington, County of Snohomish. in re the Marriage of Viola M. Brown, Petitioner. and Dennis C. Brown, Respond- dent. To the Respondent, Dennis C. Brown: I am the above named petitioner. I have filed with the clerk of the above entitled court a Petition requesting that your marriage to me be dissolved• Additional re- quests, if any, are stated in the Petition. You may respond to this Summons and Petition by' serving a written Response (answer) on me, and filing your Response with the above entitled court. If you do not serve your written Response within 60 days after the date of the first publication of this Sunmmns, the court may enter the address shown below, within thirty (30) days from April 8, 1981. Department of Ecology, Northwest Regional Office 4350 -150th Ave. N.E. Redmond, WA 98052 Published: April 1 & 8, 1981 ........................................ No. 81 4 00231 1 Notice to Creditors Superior Court of Washington for Snohomish County• In the Matter of the Estate of Todd E. Thew, Deceased. Notlee is hereby given that the undersigned has been ap- pointed and has qualified as personal representative of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said decedent are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said personal representative or Bailey, Dus- kin & Metealf, P.S., the attorneys of record, at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same shall be barred, except as to claims coming within the provisions of RCW 11.40.011. Bonny Rios Personal Representative 3313 -180th Street NE Arlington, WA 98223 Bailey, Duskin & Metcalf, P.S. Attorneys for Estate P.O. Box 188 Arlington, WA 98223 Published: April 8, 15 and 22, 1981. an Order of Default against ........................................ you, and at the end of 90 days after the first publication of this Summons the court may. without further notice to you, enter a Decree dissolving your marriage to me and approving or providing for other relief as requested in the Petition• The date of first publication of this Summons was on March 4, 1981. I am acting In Person with- out counsel. Dated this 26 day of Febru- ary, 1981. Viola M. Brown 1100 Columbia #H Marysville WA 98270 Published: March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1 & 8, 1981 ........................................ State of Washington Department of Ecology Notice of Appiicatinn to Appropriate Public Waters #G1-23767 Take notice: That Washing- ton State Department of Game of Olympia, Washington on February 10, 1981 under Ap- .~.plication No. GI-23767 filed for permit to appropriate pub- lic waters, subject to existing rights, from well in the amount of 600 gallons per minute each year, for fish propagation - continuously. The source of the 15roposed appropriation is located within NE % NW '/4, NE % NE 'A NE % of Section I l, Township 32 N.. Range bE W.M., in Snohomish County. Protests or objections to approval of this application nmst include a detailed state- ment of the basis for objec- tions; protests must he accom- panied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the Department of Ecology, at Notice of Public Heating Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on the 21st of April, 1981 at 7:30 p.m. by the Arlington Plan- ning Commission, 2nd Floor, City Hall, Arlington, Washing- ton. The purpose of this hearing is to consider and make recommendation to the City Council on the proposed amendment to Section, 20.27.100, paragraph (b) of the Arlington Municipal Code in order to clarify the term "usable open space", in each case to read as follows: "For every dwelling unit there shall be a minimum of two hundred square feet of usable open space on the premises reserved for outdoor living space. Such usable open area shall not include any parking areas, required yards and setbacks, land having horizontal slope greater than five per cent, and no such usable open space may be less them ten feet in width or length." All interested persons are invited to appear and voice approval or disapproval. Cristy L. Chadwick Junior Clerk Published: April 8 &, 15, 1981. State of Washington Department of Ecology Notice of Application to Appropriate Public Waters #G 1-23569 Take notice: That Edgecomb Landowners Association Inc,, of Arlington, Washington on March 17, 1981 under Applica- tion No. G I-2356q filed for permit to appropriate public rillS: :l |1~: :} :: :: -= :1 II The Arlington TIMES waters, subject to existing rights, from well in the amount of 20 gallons per minute each year for domestic supply - continuously. The source of the proposed appropriation is located within SW % SW % of Section 26, Township 31 N., Range 5 W.M., in Snohomish County. Protests or objections to approval of this application must include a detailed state- ment of the basis for objec- tions; protests must be accom- panied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the Department of Ecology, at the address shown below, within thirty (30) days from April 15, 1981. Department of Ecology Northwest Regional Office 4350 -I50th Ave. N.E• Redmond, WA 98052 Published: April 8 & 15. 1981 ........................................ Consumer quotes Poisonous plants Daffodils and tulips are blooming in full glory to announce the arrival of spring. Soon we'll enjoy rhododen- drons and azaleas. These and many other beautiful Wash- ington plants can cause toxic reactions if ingested by young children. Symptoms can range from mild intestional upsets to more serious convulsions or coma and, sometimes, death. These should be special concern if young children ingest leaves, berries, flowers or other parts of a poisonous plant. The local Poison Control Center should be called im- mediately. Poison center num- bers are listed in the front of most phone books, along with other emergency numbers. Children should be taught by parents not to •eat any plant material or berries unless they are certain of their safety. Ornamental plants that poi- son include Daphne, Wisteria, Golden Chain, Laurels, Rhodo- dendron, Azaleas, Yew and Magnolia, Rhubarb leaves, potato sprouts and green tomatoes from gardens can cause toxic reactions if ingest- ed by young children. Poison- ous houseplants include Dief- fenbachia and Philodendron. Christmas plants, mistletoe and poinsettia, are also toxic• Especially dangerous yard plants are foxglove and deadly nightshade• Foxglove leaves are the source of the drug digitalis, used to stimulate the heart. Accidental ingestion can cause digestive upset. mental confusion and danger- our irregular heartbeat. All parts of the nightshade plant are poisonous, but expecially the unripe berry. Nightshade often grows wild in yards and woods. It should be destroyed if possible, because of the severe poisonings that can result from ingestion. To obtain a copy of the pamphlet, "Plants that Poi- son." write to Joyce Boyce, Department of Agriculture, 406 General Administration Bldg.. Olympia. WA 98504, phone (206) 7S3-0929• • Wed., April 8, 1981 - 15 Home made By Paula Wellnltz To make a very serious pun, this is a "touchy" subject for many people. How much do we communicate or fail to comnmnicate by touching an- other? To grasp a hand tightly comforts someone physically hurt or in sorrow. A hand laid lightly on the knee or arm of the sick or depressed says someone cares. A hug at a time of fear, sorrow or joy shows a sharing in the other's feeling in some way. Words aren't always necessary in these or other times. Yet, in a house intended to be a home, many times touching is a form of communi- cation that is not used. Unless the touch is one that hurts. Yet we all need this comforting touch at every age in some way. Many, including adults, mix physical comforting with sex- ual gratification. This could, in some measure, account for young people being involved in premature sex. Intercourse nmy seem to be the way to get the physical comforting they need, if they do not receive comfort or see others receive it where they live. Our frontier isolation has built walls tO protect ourselves from looking for physical com- forting. This means that we do not give it or expect to receive it. We were taught not to look for, or give, physical comfort- ing by not receiving it. But we can now learn to give, and can teach the future generation to give and receive in healthy ways by giving and receiving. in your house--is there a gentle hand on the arm to say, 'q know you are here and will pay full attention to you in a minute."? is there a hug for the pro-teen to say, "1 love you, that's why 1 scolded you."? ...etc. IRS information Notify IRS if moved Taxpayers who move after filing their Federal income tax returns and who are expecting a refund should notify the Post Office. said Arturo A. Jacobs. Seattle IRS District Director. The IRS Service Center where the return was filed should also be notified of the address change. Washington taxpayers file their tax returns with the Ogden, Utah Service Center. This will help the IRS to forward thc refund check to the new address as soon as possible. When advising the 1RS of the address change, the taxpayer's Social Security number should be included in the correspondence. It is also important to correct the name on the new mailbox. This will prevent the refund check being returned to the IRS as "addressee unknown". Shop Arlington 1= '" ~ :~ .... :1 ,l C~ :3 o.oI J 659-7780 Hampshire. " ) Arlington TIMES " -The family of Jasper L. Goodson. WASH 'n WAX trailers, $45 ..... 435-3964 between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Public Notice ] RON'S HANDY MAN Service, home repairs, basement fin- Notlee of Call to Bid ishing, patios, fences. Ph. Notice is hereby given that 659-9307. sealed bids will be received•byI ~ ~ ¢~--~ £A T~ INR--C U~L AND TSH Bugs & Branches Snohomish County Hospital Horticulture Service District #3 until the 15th of Complete professional land April at the office of the Pur- scape services, Annual splay chasing Director, Cascade Val- service for insects, diseases& ley Hospital, 330 S. Stillagua"I I" -- VV~" " 150 U ~~:@~Una~i!~!~!~ weeds• Seasonal maintenance mish, Arlington, Washington E15 W with clean-up, pruning and A weed control to keep your yard 98223. O r d s . T.~o,~ looking its best. Also, introduc- Bids will be opened .and i ,ng our new automatic fertilizer publicly read at 7:00 a.m•, or'LeSS ! program for lawn and plants•652-9151 Hospital. April lSth, 1981, at the1 'l Each Addfl,onal ord . ......... 10 -- ~ngton TIMES__PO. Box 67~:S'~O Reasonable Rates - Insured meeting of the Board of Com- Free Estimates missioners, Cascade Valley Private In nly No bhnd i Said bids shall be for PROFESSIONAL house paint- purchase of one new. 1981 Name: , .box numbers. Cash must attain- I ing. Rollers, brushing, air- Ford ambulance to be used by ' I. spraying or airless. Commer- cial. Residential, Interior/ exterior. Free estimates. Ph. 435-5076. Insulated Glass Storm Windows Arlington Glass Co. free estimates 653-554~ AR LI-NG-C2OSR9 KLINT Construction Co. New Remodel Free Estimates 435a059 Lyle's DRAGLINE" Old ponds cleaned New ponds dug Reasonable. no move in fee crawler and tire mounted 435.5391 the Cascade Valley Hospital for transporting victims of emergencies to hospitals. Specifications will be avail- able during regular business hours at Cascade Valley Hos- pital, Purchasing Dept. (206) 435-2133. The Hospital District Com- missioners reserves the right in their sole and absolute discretion to reject any and all bids and to accept the bid which, in their sole and absolute judgement will, un- der all circumstances best serve the interest of the Hospital District. By Connie Almli Director of Purchasing Published: March 18, 25, April 1 and 8, 1981. ........................................ Notice of S~elai Meeting The shareholders of the Bank of Arlington will meet at the banking office of the corporation on the 9th day of April, 1981 at the hour of 5:30 P.M. for a special meeting. Address: Phone: 17 CLIP AND MAIL WITH REMITTANCE TQ:" 15 pany order. Address counts 3 words. Phone # counts 1 word DEADLINE MONDAY NOON, i 2.oo; The Arlington TIMES P:0. Box 67 ARLINGTON, WA. 98223 I I I I I I I I