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near No Deere or with- or fur- FARM & HOME REALTY. INC. LOCALLY OWNED, STAFFED & Realtor'. INDEPENDENTLY OPERATED fire- $300 No with Close older $150 on month $75 ontact 2 fire- lectrie first after With 7 all $100 REAL ESTATE 435-2164 (Arlington) 65241506 (Marysville) 745-9777 (Seattle) NORWEGIAN FLAIR - Quality 2,000 sq. ft. home on 3 acres of fruit trees, rhodies and azaleas. Large bay windows to enjoy your flowers, den, fireplace, with wood storage. 21/2 baths and more. Put this on top of your list of homes to see. Ad #509. CREEK-VIEW - Nearly 2,000 sq. ft., large rooms, 2 car garage plus RV port. 1 acre park like setting Owner financing at 10%. Ad #507. 300 FEET RIVER FRONT EXECUTIVE - Escape to the country. 1 acre year round energy efficient river ~front home, on the Stilly. Fruit trees, large garden, swimming, fishing or just plain old relaxing. $87,500. Ad #505 506 N. Olympic Open daily, 9 a.m. to g p.m. COUNTRY HOME ON 3 PLUS ACRES. Outbuildings. fenced pasture, beautiful river frontage. $84,500. REMODELED FARM HOUSE ON 5 ACRES. Small year around creek along back boundary, small wood lot. barn & good pasture. $89.500. FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM CABIN on large lot. River 'access & community pool. R.E. Contract. $29,500. $ SECLUDED "A" FRAME CABIN on large lot. View of Lake Cavanaugh. $40.000 SEVERAL 5 ACRE PARCELS in exclusive area. $35,000 and up. Many More fine Properties. Call or Come in. FARM & HOME REALTY, Inc. 331 N. Olympic, Arlington 435-5561 Brick Show Place! $q.0()0 down buvs this execu- live rambler on a manicured % acre with beach rights in prcsti~eous area. Eves.: Roy or Linda Potter, 435-4584; Boy Meyers 353-4867; Carol or Kathy 65~-6738; Bill Davis 481-7504. $43.000. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. fireplace, finished plus un- finished daylighl basement. 2.300 sq. ft. thermol plus. On wmr lot. Person & Person Homes. 659-0891. STILLAGUAMISH River lot, about one acre. $20000. Seat- tle evenings !-546-2232. North Mm'ysville 2 story well cared for home. family room, fireplace, fenc- ed yard, $62,000. Owner will consider contract terms. 4 bedroom, fireplace. 1/3 acre lot. Assume 9~A % loan, S64,500. RAMO REALTY Smokey Point Mall Days- 659455 ! Evenings: 435-4570, 435-5107, 435-4834, 435-4813, 435-3772 UI~SURPASSED view of sound and islands, lot close to Free Methodist Warm Beach camp- grou_nds. 652-8313. =7,000 downl River front 500 ft. frontage on Stillagua- mish River! 5 acres of trees and pasture, with power. water, septic and road already in! $29.950. full price! 4m win' a~ll - Eves.: Roy or Llnda Potter, 435-4584; Roy Meyers 3.53-4867; Carol or Kathy 652-6738; Bill Davis 481-7504. THREE bedrooms. I V2 baths. quiet, dead-end street, $62,500. 25% down. terms. !-638-2730. BY OWNER: 1 acre in country and nice IOxS0 mobile home near Freeway/Stanwood, $32.500. Owner contract at 10% with large down or $25~000 cash. Ph. 629-3484. WATERFRONT. Interested in trading equity in beautiful Hat Island custom waterfront home for 5 to 20 acres in Smokey Poim or Arlington area.-Or will sell waterfront home . very flexible terms. Owner/agent Lynn, 353-0335 PEI~ONALIZFJ) Stationery starting at S950. Large selec. flea. Designs for every taste e~d budget: writing station- , thank you notes seal & S~d notes, recive' cards, i nixinG S " -- pad, mformals and much more. See selection at TIMES office. SERVICES Dan's Tilling Service Garden & lawn rototilling Light driveway grading & back filling Free Estimates Call Dan 652-7862 REMODELING -- Additions -- Roofl~l -- Painting -- Gsrsgel ---Patios & Decks --Gutters --New Homes Built Jsckup hauses/new Ioun~ltkm By hour dr by bid Licensed - Bonded - Insured JORGENSON CARPENTRY 435-4925 ROTOVATING PLOWING Gardens - Lawns - Acreage Evenings & early mornings Jarry Firnstahl 435-52t2 If no answer, 435-3459 THE FURNITURE DOCTOR -Refinishing, stripping, re- pairs, eaneing, custom cabi- nets. Free estimates. 435-4452 PLUMBING, WA state license compare and save, repairs. remodeling, additions, new homes. 435-9697. MAGIC MILL & BOSCH MIXER Bulk Grain " Magic Mill & Mixer West Larry Godsey 435-4258 specializing in native landscaping C ~'~Gom plete t.and~ea~s:,~e '4od2:t:21 ,oT J Custom Tractor Work Rotottlling - Leveling - Excavating Pruning Fruit Trees & Ornamentals Gary L Anderton SS2-S~IS evee. PROFESSIONAL house paint- ing. Rollers. brushing, air. spraying or airless. Commer- cial. Residential. Interior/ exterior. Free estimates. Ph. 435-5076. Insulated Glass Storm Windows Arlington Glass Co. free estimates 653-5544 AR-LI.NG-C20SR9 PHIL KAZEN TAX SERVICE "El T0ro Village Mall" 659-7780 BAKE'S Stump Eater service. Fast stump removal, free estimates. Prefer calls after 6 p,m.. ,435-2943. T 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. SAVINGS TO 50% - Have your hydraulic jacks rebuilt at Robbs's Tire Service, Arling- ton, Wash. 435-2223. ~[ml~lztlq q~VmOlUQI SE~O SACg~DRI|O 04m F+,.,t.-. lltJNITOI4 mN 111 N. +, + * IUHklIll CUSTOM LOGGING CAT WORK ROAD-BUILDING, BACKHOE, SEPTIC TANKS 652-8900, 65%5666" Poeschel & SchuItz, Inc. (between Smokey Pt. & Island Crossing) PO ES Cl/O~O$ A&M Plumbinq & Repair .~vice New construction, remodel and repair service. Art Livingston 435-2886 RICK'S Landscaping lnc. Landscaping of all types, shrub pruning, sprinkler sys- tems. Free estimates. Ph. 435-9333 RI-CK-SL-224OF I,rl'rLE RICHARly~ BACKHOE - BULLDOZING Clearing, foundations, sep. "ti~ tauks, side sewers, rO~K- (*l'iOS. IJcensecl& 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 Cam plate la~.ape gardening service. Installation & malntenanea lawn care & garden rototilllng Fred Arnold 435-2445 Arlington, WA Jeff's Backhoe Service JEFF SMITH KEN'S Sewing Machine Repair I'll keep you in sUre, as, Calls taken at Arlington Fabric .... 435-4949 LIGHI: BULLDOZER WORK Foundat ions. backfilling, driveways, etc, D.C. bulldozing. Dennis Christofferson 652-7656 SERVICES POi~AllLE Welding, eve- aiq~ atter $ :p.m. All day weekendL 435-9256. BASIC GARDENING - garden design and consulting. Fruit tree pruning,435-9204. Cards of Thanks To everyone who helped. attended and donated to Ken's Benefit Spaghetti Dinner; and, to the friends and relatives who have consistently visited and helped us through this most difficult time: Thank You! We need the strength and help of others more than we can tell. We are tremen- dously grateful for all of your help, concern, love and pray- ers. Thanks again. Kenneth, Lucille Anderson and family. Public Notice No. 81 4001870 Notice to Creditors Superior Court of Washington For Snohomish County. In the Matter of the Estate of: Margaret C. Moore, " Deceased. Notice 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 B~ley, Dus- Idn & Metcalf, 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 ! 1.40.011. Clarence J. Lee Personal Representative 1072 Stewart Avenue Medford, Ore: 97501 Bailey, Duskin & Metcalf. P.S. Attorneys for Estate P.O. Box 188 Arlington, WA 98223 Published: April 15. 22 and 29. 1981. Superior'Court of Washington for Snohomish Couvty. in the Matter of the Estate of Todd E. Thew. Deceased, Notice 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, Dos- kin & Metcalf, 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 I !.40.011. Bonny Rios Jerry's Bulldozing .... .... BACK FILL, CLEARING Notice is hereby given that a GENERAL EXCAVATING JERRY HAGENSTON ARLINGTON 435-5116 WASH 'n WAX trailers, $45. 435-3964 between 6 p.m. and 8p.m. Bugs & Branches Horticulture Service complete professional land- scape services. Annual spray service for insects, diseases & weeds. Seasonal maintenance with clean-up, pruning and weed control to keep your yard lOOking its best. AlsO, introduc- ing our new automatic fertilizer program for lawn and plants. Reasonable Rates- Insured Free Estimates 652-9151 RON'S HANDY MAN Service. home repairs, basement fin- ishing, patios, fences. Ph. 659.9307. Lyle's DRAGLINE Old ponds cleaned New ponds dug ReasonablB, no move in fee crawler and tire mounted 43S-S391 business of peddling, solicit- ing or canvassing along any parade route during or within one hour prior or subsequent to any parade held within the city, and it is declared to be unlawful to carry on such businesses at such places and times For the purposes of this section the words "parade route" are defined as meaning those streets and public ways which have been temporarily closed to travel by ordinary traffic to provide a defined route for travel of those participating in, a parade and for spectators Section 2. This ordinance shall be effective upon its passage, approval and five days after its publication. Passed by the City Council and approved by the Mayor this bth day of April. 1981. John C. Larson Mayor Attest: Kathy Bumgarner City Clerk Approved as to form: .Ioseph P. Mathews Jr. City Attorney Published: April 22. 1981 Home made By Paula Wellnitz Have you and others in your household been out for a walk in the country or park recent- ly? Every season you have a chance to observe all kinds of creatures following their inner rules. Moles burrow and pile their dirt. Robins sing their song that says, "'My terri- tory." Bees explore flower after flower for pollen to take to the hive. If you haven't taken such a walk lately, why don't you? As you do so think about land comment on) the laws or rules that govern the lives of those creatures you see. These rules were not de- cided on bv those creatures. Birds and animals do not differ from generation to generation or year to year in how they behave. Thee cannot choose to do otherwise. They never establish a home relationship as we human beings do. You might find it good to talk about this with your family or house- hold after you get back from your walk, But we humans have many different wavs we interact with one another m our homes. ........................................ Each household sets certain No. 81 4 00231 1 rules tot itself. In a particular Notice to Crediter~ part of the world there are some agreed basics but these 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. public hearing will be held on Tuesday, May 12, 1981 at 7:30 p.m. by the Arlington Board of Adjustment in the City Clerk's Office. City Hall. Arlington, Washington. Purpose of the hearing is to consider variance request of Jay Carey to allow cooking units at the hotel at 423 North Olympic. The property is legally de- scribed as follows: Lot 16 Block 7 McMahon's First Addition All interested persons are invited to appear and voice approval or disapproval. Terry Davis Deputy Clerk Published: April 22, 1981 Ordlmmce No. 778 An O~llmmce prohibiting peddling, sOliciting or canvas- sing and declaring it to be unlawful to peddle, solicit or canvass along parade routes during or within one hour prior or subsequent to any parade. The Clty Coundl of Arling- ton, Washington do onlaln: Section 1. The following new section 5.04.140 is added to Arlington Municipal Code: are not as nlany as you might think. 1 Why not st; down with everyone who lives in your household and write down all the rules you can think of that you use in your house. Some mav have been verbalized before and some not. You might enjoy trading lists with a friend household to see how they are the same or different. This way you can begin to be more conscious of what you expect from one another. It can tell you something about why your living space is more home or house. Consumer quotes is it really "natural"? The demand for "health foods" in this country has increased dramatically, l~ 1978 there were 6.600 health food stores compared to only 1.200 in 1968. Also. many supermarkets are stocking foods advertised as natural or have added separate sections for their display, The Federal Trade Commis- sion (FTC) has reported that 63 percent of the people polled in a survey agreed with the statement, "Natural foods arc more nutritious than other foods." Forty-seven percent said they are willing to pay 10 percent ntore for a food that is ."natural". Some producers are market- ing foods as "natural" so they can benefit from the flourish- ing natural food business, But, the word "natural" on the label does not guarantee a food is additive-free. At pres- ent there are no restrictions on use of the term "natural" as applied to foods. FTC is drafting proposals to define foods that can be advertised as "natural", Only those products thai have un- dergone minimal processing and don't have artificial in- gredients can be advertised as natural if the new proposals are put into law. If you have a tendency to buy "natural" products be sure to read the list of ingredients on the label. At present this is the only way you can determine whether a food contains additives, pre- servatives or synthetic ingred- ients. PI bing H ti r,7 . Jocobson um eo ng --,+, k.&~ ~/~ ~--, t,~='-.=! Your ~ ~tllf PUII~IIIIr mdawlhd. No peddler, solicitor , --gI~'AIRS--OONIIUI~IN~, IIBAOOBJqG-. or canvasser, as those terms If you had to write out the Sell, ~t~hl:e end Install ~ ~ ~ - are defined in Section 5.04.020 weight of the sun in tons 15306n~tej~!~:O.gOM.t44l.MB'ySVi~I 6S9-1002 of this code, whether licensed it would be 2,184,759 or not shall carry on the followed by 21 zeroes! " The Arlington TIMES - Wed., April 22, 1981 - 13 Who's Afraid of an African Violet? Unfortunately, many people. The awesome beauty of this adaptable houseplant sometimes creates the idea that violets are a lot of work. In reality, the hardest work connected with a violet may be choosing the right variety,. No- name brands are a real mistake when it comes to a violet Plant breedihg has created a whole new type of violet. These super. bloomers are so unique they merit government patents. Patented violets, such as the Ballet series, are products of rigorous development. The, Bal- let violet must have a much more profuse blooming habit. Its color" must be outstanding and its disease resistance must be superior to standard varfe. ties. Once these qualities are developed, the patent insures that the variety will only be propagated bv specifically ap- proved source's. When a patented violet name is expanded to include new vari- eties, the same quality standards are already assured. The dra- matic expansion of the Ballet series in 1981 adds nine superi- or violets to this already well- known line. The Encore additions to pat- ented Ballet violets sweep the color spectrum New pink intro. ductions include Camelot, Pink Lady and Swan Lake. Super blues for 1981 are Bluebird and Patricia. Notable bicolored addi- tions feature Aurora, a deep blue edged with silver, a~a unique Fairy Queen, large white blooms frilled with rose-pink edges. Now cranberry red is a- vailable in the Ballet line, with Dark Prince, a ruffled double variety, Also new is Evening Star, with soft lavender flowers. Success with a Ballet does not require star treatment. Keep soil moist but ~ot soggy. Pro- vide good light indoors and fer- tilize on a regular basis. More violets are killed by over atten- tion than the reverse! When purchasing a violet, look for the patenl tag. You can ex- pect years of satisfaction from these programmed-for-success varieties! Camelot, a new a0dition to the BalleP series. fSOCIAL SECURITY - 1 kLocal bulletinf Some seniors don't file As an older taxpayer, you may not need to file a tax return for 1980. Over two million persons age 65 and older filed unnecessary tax returns last year, according to the Internal Revenue Service. For taxpayers age 65 or older, the minimum filing level is higher than regular filing requirements. Any person over age (55 is entitled to claim an extra $1,000 personal ex- emption for age. Thus. a single person age 65 or older would not be required to file a return unless the total taxable income is over $4,300; a married couple filing a joint return when one spouse is over 65. would need to have gross income over $6.400; and the total raceme would need to be over $7.400 for a married couple with both spouses over age 65. To find out more about extra exemptions and filing require- ments or to receive assistance in completing your return, you may visit a Tax Counseling for the Elderly site in your neigh- borhood. For the address and hours of a site near you, call toll-free 1-800-732-1040 or in Seattle, 442-1040, Sites are located throughout the State of Wash. ington. VA news Families of veterans who select a burial site for a deceased veteran in a private cemetery have two options for Veterans Administration assis- tance in marking the grave, according to Richard F. Mur- phy, Director of the Seattle VA Regional Office. "VA will provide a head- stone or marker free of charge and ship it to the consignee designated on the applica- tion." he explained. "Cost of placing the marker in a private cemetery must be borne by the applicant, however." A second option is that VA 'wilLreimburse part of the cost of ~a headstone or marker bought privately and placed on the grave of a veteran. The current amount is $59 which is the average cost of headstones purchased by VA. Application for the VA head- stone or marker should be addressed to Director, Menu. ment Service (42), Department of Memorial Affairs. Veterans Administration, 810 Vermont Avenue. NW. Washington, D.C, 20420. Application for the $$9 reim. bursement for a marker other than the VA standard should be filed at the nearest VA regional office. Proper routing of ~e application will expedite service, IRS information Aliens in U.S. may owe Visitors from other countries who are in the U.S. on other than tourist visas may owe Federal Income Tax, said Arturo A. Jacobs. Seattle IRS District Director. Aliens are either resident or nonresident under U.S. tax laws and have to pay income tax accordingly. Resident aliens are generally required to pay tax on worldwide income. They are taxed the same as U.S. citizens and are subject to the same regula- tions and guidelines, Jacobs said, Nonresident aliens are gen- erally those who enter this country on limited visas and have no intention of establish- ing a permanent residence. Generally, they will only be taxed on income earned from sources within the U.S. When aliens file a return, they must use the Form 1040A or 1040~ if they are classified as residents, or the special Form I040NR if they are non- /residents. Complete information on alien tax situations can be found in IRS Publication 510, "U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens". It is available free by calling the IRS Forms number listed in the telephone directory under U.S. Government. Correcting return Many taxpayers discover that after they have filed their Federal tax returns, some item was left out, such as a deduction or an income figure. These taxpayers can change their original tax returns by filing corrected returns on Form 1040X, said Arturo A, Jacobs, Seattle IRS Director. A tax return can be correct- ed anytime during the three years following the due date of the original return, Taxpayers can receive copies of Form I040X and additional information by call. ing the IRS toll-free number listed in the local telephone directory. If tour little toddler is reluctant to give up his bot- tle, psychologists suggest putting an ounce of milk in a small glass that he can handle. Just set it on the tray every day or so, hoping he'll drink it. If one sip is all he takes don't even try to give him two. Act as if it doesn't make any differ- ence to you. Coping with a reluctant weaner takes a lot of patience. So, while baby is learning to drink from a glass, you might ease your own tension with a relaxing cup of hot tea.