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PAOE TWO TttE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MAY 08, 1953. Cong. l .agnu, so n. .At Preudent s Droner {Congressman Don Magnuson, former Seattle newspaperman, is keeping his journalistic hand in by writing a periodic column for "The Arlington Times about his experiences in the national capi- tal.) Congressman Don Magnuson Washington, D. C., May 27--In company with about ten other representatives and half a dozen senators, I had lunch at the President's House recently. Something I hadn't known'be- fore was that the original offi- cial. designation of the Presiden- "tial dwelling place is the Presi- -dent s House, not the White Mouse, an affectionate appella- tion which grew up through us. age. The silver with which we ate County Chamber Meets June 9 When the Snohomish Count Chamber of Commerce meets at Snohomish on Tuesday, June 9th, there will be a discussion on the proposal to consolidate Alder- crest Sanitarium with Firlands for the care of tuberculosis pa- tients. Speakers representing both sides of the question will partic- ipate in the discussion. A delegation from Arlington wilt attend. Tickets may be se- cured at Times office• Reserva. tions for the dinner must be made before June 6. brought us our food, moving si- lently and swiftly. The entree was steak, rare and juicy, and it tasted wonderful• The Presi- dent ate with relish, as did we !all. our lunch, I noticed, all was in- After the meal, the President ~eribed: "The President's House." [ took usun a tour of the White President Eisenhower was a Ho~e. His down-to-earth corn- jolly and agreeable host. Many of us watched closely for any signs of hostility between him and Senator Wayne Morse, one ;~ Mr. Eisenhower's bitterest crit- ics in Congress, but they behaved like perfect gentlemen. About all I learned from their conversation that they had a mutual in- terest in polled (hornless) beef cattle. Half a dozen colored servants , Until June 30 will completely insulate ceil- ing on average sized house, 1,000 square ft. Price including material and labor---lst quality material expertly applied. Let next winter's fuel saving pay for summer comfort. Game Commissioners Set '53 Seasons An unofficial summary of the 1953 huntin~ sea¢ons, as set bv the State Game Department, is as follows: General Deer Seasons (Buck Deer): Oct• 11 to 29 in Western Wash- ington and Kittitas, Yakima, Klickitat, Stevens, Pond Oreille, Spokane and Lincoln counties and the eastern part of Ferry county• Oct. 11 to Nov. 8 in Chelan Okanogan, Douglas and Grant counties and the western part of Ferry county. Oct. 11 to 24 in Walla Walla Columbia, Garfield and Asotin counties. Oct. 11, 12 and 13 in Whitman county. Extended Buck Deer Season: Nov. 22 to 29 in Pond Oreille, Stevens counties and Spokane county, north of U. S. Highway 2. Phone 309W2, R, 2, Box 316 (Burn Hill),. Arlington lawmnowers, lawn 6 dg e r s, shears, sprinklers, hedge trimmers, pruning shears--in fact everything t'o make gar- dening a pleasure-- For your hardware needs call on us--- we have everything to fill your hard- ware needs. Your Congressman Reports IHarry J. Green Today at noon, President Eis-supervised. With 1st Cavalrv enhower signed into Law H R Thi l v oll o ~ir, nifi !i, w w " • , • • s aw ma_ w___ b_ __o ..... ._. _ _ 4198 varmusly known as the cant of a chan e "n e " • ' . . g l th phlloso-l~OW In Ja an Tidelands Oil Bill and the Sub- h of the e I " P • . P y p op e of this great . . . merged Lands Bill. I was pnv- country. For too long the trend~ With the 1st Cavalry Div.m tinged to be one of the compara- has been toward centralization Japan--Harry J. Green. son of tively few members of the Con- of power and regimentation of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Green, Route grass who were invited to be the individual. Perhaps that 3, Arlington, Wash., recently was present at the ceremony and feel that my friends in the Sec- ond District will be interested in some of my thoughts on this most important legislation• "Give away!" will cry the peo- Pluet who are opposed to this law. let's take a look at those who have really been "giving away." They have been giving away the heritage of our people to such an extent that the ooun- try now faces a debt of 265 bil- lion dollars and a possible in- crease to 275 billion. "Give away" to England, France, Italy, China, and all the others who were to be bought with our dol- lars and who are our great allies (?) in our present difficulties. This legislation restores to the States the lands which have al- ways been theirs--established by definition at the time they were !admitted to the Union. Congressional action in favor ,of continued State ownership of submerged lands has been deemed necessary and has been !supported continuously for sev- teral years by the National Asso- queen. , elation of Attorneys General, the Such touches of irreverence are[ Either sex hunting in Man- Governors' Conference, the Coun- uncommonly becoming, of course,[agement Units without Permits: cil of State Governments, Ameri- in one in so exalted a place.[ Oct. 25 and varying periods can Association of Port Authori- In the Lincoln Room, I stood]from 1 to 8 days in parts of all ties, National Water Conserva- beside the huge carved bed in]Western Washington counties tion Association, American Bar which, the Great Emaneipatorland parts of Stevens, Pend Association, National Reclama- slept---and, no doubt, lay end-[Oreille, Spokane and Ferry court- tion Association, American Title less hours awake, brooding over]ties. Association, United States Con- ....the problems with which he was] Oct. 11 to 29 on Whidbv. and fererice of Mayors, American Mu- Duraenea. . I Bainbridge Islands nieipal Association, National In- At such a time the neroic past' .... " ~ stitute of Municipal Law Offi- impinges hard upon the emerg- ~rcnaraa,,,l)amage~l ibeas°ns~ nf cars, and many other national ant present in you conscious- Chelan, Okanogan, Douglas, organizations. ness. Skamania and Klickitat counties. I voted in favor of this bill and O CARD OF THANKS Bow and Arrow Areas: (Deer in opposition to those who have Low F.H.A. Pa~/mea~ With deepest gratitude, we ex- seasons) accused us of "giving away•" I state categorically that the alter- If Desired tend this word of thanks for the Oct. 11 to Nov. 8 in" Nason native was a "take away" by many kindnesses, generous help, Creek.Reserve in Chelan County. those who favor a centralized, Williamson Bros. and sympathy expressed by Nov. 15 to Nov. 22 in Capitol all-powerful government which, thoughtful friends during our Forest Area in Thurston and with its bureaucratic so-called sorrow in the loss of our hus- Grays Harbor counties, Tucan- wisdom, would tell the people band and father. These expres-lnon Area in Columbia and Gar- of the State of Washington what sions have meant much to us.--field counties and Nason Creek is best for them• I believe the Mrs. Leslie J. Larson and family. Reserve in Chelan county,people of my State are quite Bag Limit: One deer of either capable of making those de- sex. cisions--that the lands are right- FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Generol Elk Seasons (Bull Elk) fully theirs and always have 9 Nov. 1 to 11 in entire state ex- been. Fourth and Dunham cept Skagit, Whatcom and Clark v...... wbon Wn~hlngtnn w~e Arlington, Washington [admitted to the Union as a State counties and part ol sRamani A ~Wanch ot The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist,. county... ~.... ~., ~, ..,,.. ,**,Itn 1889, it was specified that her J.~C~ lllllll • %..J 1 1 ~i~ U ~.11 £ tTll~ VV ILIA • in l~ton, Matmachuett, s. . . ~ I boundarles extended three miles SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................................................................ 11 A.M. vmlble horns_ ....... r]tO sea, just as her southern SUNDAY SERVIC~ ......................................................................... U.A.M. ~ov 1 to ll--i~U permits io • • - "" " .......... d boundary was the Columbia Rlv- DUll elk nunilng in ~KagH an Testimonial meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading Room: Church or. Some individuals in the past~ ~Uflce---open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6:45 to '/:45 Whatcom counties• have claimed that these sub- p.m. excepting legal holidays• All are cordially invited to attend the~ Either Sex Elk Seasons: merged lands were a part of the ~rvicee, and to make free use of the Reading Room. Nov. 1 to 11 outside the boun- public domain and therefore be- Olxristlan Science program from The Mother Church, Boston ls hro~de,~t dary of the Umatilla National longed to the Federal Govern- cwery Saturday 4:45 p.m. on Station KJR, Seattle. Forest in Walla Walla, Columbia ment, but, in every case, the Garfield and Asotin counties, courts upheld State titles• No less ,,, • Nov. 1, to Dec. 31 in Chelar -than fifty-two decisions of the county. Dec. 20 to 31 in Hoh and Quin- United States Supreme Court, ault areas in Jefferson and Grays dating from 1844, have involved State ownership of filled lands Harbor counties, made from tidal swamps and Bear Seasons: ;hallow water along the coast. Western Washington-- Oct. 11 to 29 in Mt. Baker, Sno- Mr. Justice Brandeis, in the qualmie and Pinchot National case of the Port of Seattle vs. Forests. OregoQ and W. R. Company, Year around in remainder of said: "Washington became . . . Western Washington. the owner of the navigable wa- Bag limit: No limit, tars within its boundaries and of We have an unusually large Eastern Washington-- the land under same." Concurrent with dates and I can see no reason to believe stock of garden tools--the areas open to deer hunting and that~ there is any more reason to in addition: fear corruption or unfairness in latest labor saving devices-- Sept. I to Oct. 4 in Chelan, dealinus between oil companies Okanogan, Kittitas, Ferry, Stay- and State governments than ens, Pond Oreille, and Spokane there m!ght be between the same counties and that part of Yakima companies and the Federal Gov- county north of the Yakima In- ernment. I know of no evidence dian Reservation• • to justify such fear. On the con- Plastic and rubber garden hose--Power Bag limit: Two bear. trary, .I believe that the closer .... Geat Season: these things are to the people, Sept. 13 to 30 for 400 permit the more rigidly they will be holders. (Additional closures in Sh~tail¢-¢l-~m----t~-e-e S-ea--~n"~ Arlington area and an area Oct. 11 and 12 in Douglas, opened East of Baker River.) Okanogan and Lincoln counties. Bag limit: One goat. Bag limit: One per season. Chinese Pheasant Season: Rabbit Season: Oct. 11 to Nov. 15 in all coun- Western Washington--- ties of the s(ate. Oct. 11 to March 31, 1954 ex- Bag ,limit: 3 cocks per day; 15 cept open the year around in Is- per season, land county• Hunting hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ehstern Washington-- Qua/l Season: Oct. II to Feb. 28, 1954. Oct. 11 to Nov. 15 in all coun- Bag limit: 5 a day and 5 in pos- ties o£ the state, session except no limit in island Extended Season-- and Yakima counties. Nov. 16 to 26 in Walla Walla,Trapping Seasons: Columbia, Garfield and AsotinMink: Nov. 14 to Dec. 31. counties. Marten: Dec. 1 to Jan. 31. AL NYSTROM, Owner Nov. 16 to Dec. 13 in Chelan, Muskrat, Otter and Canada ---- Okanogan and Douglas counties. Lynx: Nov. 14 to Jan. 31. Bag limit: 10 a day and 20 in Permits possession. Deer Elk, and Goat Permits Chukar Partridge Season: (controlled hunts): Oct. 1t to Nov. 15 in all coun- Applications for Deer or Elk ties east of the summit of the permits must be submitted on , Cascade Mountains. the form provided on the bottom Extended Season-- of the 1953 punchcard. This Nov. 16 to Dec. 13 in Chelan, Hunting Punchcard wi 1 1 b e Douglas, Okanogan, Grant, Kit- available at all license dealers Don't sign roofing siding a or contract with titas, Yakima and Benton coun- about the first of August. e~ ~il~ag limit: 5 a day and 10 in must be submitted on a 2-cent • t Applications for Goat permits myone--nntil you get a bid from us... possession, straight or combined )ostal card and must contain the with Hungarian Partridge• name, address and, hunting li- You will 'be surprised how much money we can save Hungarian Partridge Season: cense number ofapplicant and Oct. 11 to Nov. 15 in all coun- must be sent to the Department you-- ties east of the summit of the of Game, 509 Fairview Avenue Call the Arlington Hardware & Lumber Co. for Free Cascade Mountains and in Ska-North, Seattle 9, Wash. git, Snohomish and Whatcom Closing Dates-- Estimate of cost on both labor and material-- corn counties in Western Wash- Goat permit applications must See these nationally known products: ington, be received by August 20. Extended Season-- Deer permit applications must CERTAINTEED PRODUCTS Nov. 18 to Dec. 13 in Chelan, be received by September 10. Okanogan, Douglas, Grant, Kitti- Elk permit applications must ]OHNS-MANVILLE RUBBEROID tas, Yakima and Benton counties.I be received by September 15. PIONEER FLINT KOTE Bag limit: 5 a day and 10 in possession, straight or combined with chukar partridge. • Patronize Your Local Merchants • Grou. ,,,oo. Saul Him Ruffed and Franklin) : Sept• 19, 20, 26, 27, Oct. 3, 4, ALL WORK GUARANTEED and Oct. 11 to 25 in all counties Consulting Forester of the state except Adams, Ben- ton, Franklin and Whitman ~ LAND SURVEYING, counties• • Bag limit: 3 per day and 6 in • TIMBER CRUISING uossession. Sage Hen Season: • ROAD LOCATION Oct. 11 and 12 in Kittitas and Yakima counties. Phone 2095, Bank Building Oct. 11 to 18 in Douglas and Concrete, Wash. Phone 821 Grant counties. Bag limit: One per season. trend is stopped and we are be- ginning to see an indication of a return to our government of the people, by the people, and forthe people. Let us not be confused on this matter. Those who favor an all- powerful Federal Government are the ones who would take away our tidelands. Those who believe as I do---that the affairs of our State should be admin- istered by our State Bodies, are the ones who voted for this leg- islation. promoted to private first class with the 1st Cavalry Division in Japan. Part of the U. S. security forces in Japan, the 1st Cavalry Divis. lion is undergoing training. It was Korea in ]ate 1951 months of combat du Green, a mechanic any H of the 7th ( ment, arrived months ago and months in Korea• He entered the 195]: and was ed at Camp Roberts, RUBBER ARL[NGTON PTG. OPTOMETRIST Soles & Service I:R[I:STAD'S MACHIN[ SHOP LAKE KI RT. 1, ARLINGTON, WASH. Phone Marysville 3134 BAyview 9015 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, urr ROOMS g@ m Living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom on first floor. Large bedr'm plus small ro om upstairs. Home is connected with city sewer. Has Bendix, hot water heater, also is wired for electric range. There is a large garage. Phone 831 Address 316 Division, SIZE 6.00-16 GUARANI[[ SIZE 6.70-15 FIRES,TONE CHAMPIONS EXCHANGE If Your Old Tire Is Recappable PLUS TAX BIG HOLIDAY TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON ARLINGTON, WASH. TIRES INCLUDING t