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Agencies Seek UGN Membership PC-hi health and welfare ag. ,'notes have applied for mem- in I no Snohomish Uni{ed Cooq Neighbor,: was announced by Harry A. luge, chairman of the admis- an and distributions commit- , tee. One of the agencies, the Co- " ordinating County for Handi- capped Children and Adults, op- erates solely in Snohomish County. The remainder, whose bud- gets have been carefully Screened by the National Bud. get and Consultation Commit- tee, operate nation-wide. These agencies are the Am- erican Hearing Society Amer- ican Social Health Association, Council oil Social Work Ed- ttion, Damon Runyon Mem- Fund for Cancer Research, nternational Social Service Council on Crime and [nquency and NationM So- Welfare Assembly, Inc. The problem facing Kluge's admission and distributions COmmittee is which agencies, if any, should be recommended to ' the UGN Board of Directors for admission. It is no secret that the UGN :is hard pressed to meet the fin- 147 Students Finish [ O M ! N G Jr. Hi School One hundred forty - seven ninth grade students completea their Jr. High School studies last week, and will be eligible to enter Senior High as Sopho- mores next fall. The list follows: Judy Aberge, Tom Almli, Dan Anderson, Art Arnold, Faye ~adgely, Dennis Barker. Robin Baxter, Steve Beckworth. Bill Belt, Lynette Bernethy, Alan Bjorn, LindaBjorn, L a r r y Blacker, Jamie Bohannon. Mar- gie Bolton, Art Bounds, Dan Bradley, Richard Bratland, Ned Brooks, Devota Burnett. Levota Burnett, Jeanne Bush, Sharon Byers. Ralph Cady, Jim Caesar, Ka- thy Carlson, Rose Carlson. Ma- rie Chrisman, Karen Clark, Judy Claxton, Virginia Colburn, Jim Coggins, Dale Cranmore, Bill Darneille, Doris Dickson, Marla Engerseth. Carl Engstrom, Jim Eng- strom, Ken Espe, Paulette Frey, Larry Gee, Lynnea Gemmer, Wendell Glebel, Calvin Gill(- land, Betsy Gray, Joe Guzman. Betty Hall, Keith Hall, Virginia Hammer, Garland Hardaman, Denny Hasko, Dave Havery, MartieHeaton, Karen Heim- beeker, Darlene Hein, Kathy : OVer the top. In January of this year the County Family Service was given a commitment by the UGN that no new agency Would be admitted until suf- : flcient funds were available to requirements of its ex- Hilton, John Hodgen, Ward 28 member agencies de- Hoftell, Dennis Hordyk, Bob last fall's campaign going Hey, Gary Hurn, Bill Hurt. get Family Counseling started SUccessfully. And $6000 has been set aside for this purpose with a meeting aehedule(1 for mid.June to con- Sider whether or not Family : COUnseling can be launched : With a reasonable assurance of Tracy Jackson, Jesse James, Donna Jensen, Darrel Johnson, Susan Johnson, Shirley Kall- strom, Susan KayJor, P a u 1 Kearney, Terry K i 11 o u g h, Maurice Kinney, Del Khdn, Car- el Klein, Linda Kron, George Laffin, Steve Lampe, Bob Lar- sen, Caroline Lewis, Gale Lin- dal, Wanita Lindstrand, John Linth, Mickey Lovgreen, Don Lord, Susie Lyle, Steve Mac- Curdy, Bruce Marschlain, Eric Mattson, Gary Maurstad, Joyce McCarthy, Bonnie McClellan, Dale McKernan, Janet Melhart, Janice Melhart, Sheryl Meyer, Jim Mitchell, Betty Moe, Nor- rine Molstad, Charles Mullin Tim Nold, John Nordine, Ruth Oberg, Rodney Olson, Lizbeth Ostrom, Claudia Parker, Wally Peper, Gall Peterson, Arlen Pumphrey, D en n is Powers Wayne Ranes, Brigitte Rea, Jill Rochon, Betty Rogers, Jim Roth, Ken Rust. George Satushek, Sandy Ses- by, Judy Shannon, Tom Shur- stad, Ken Simklns, Darlene Slack, Jim Soule, Greg Smith, Jim Stanbro, Karen Stevens, Linda Strawn, Kathy Strick- land, Marilyn Schwab, Mary Taylor, Tim Teague, Pat Tate, Janie Thompson, Don Thorla- cious, Mike Tryon. Jim Underwood, Malinda Van Horn, Carl Wagner, K a t h y Wallace, Eileen W a r d, Bob Weston, Sue Wiggs, Ken Win- kes, Jim Wheeler, Sherry Wheeler, Brenda White, Sharon York, Gary Arnold. O STORM SEWERS For better drainage in the alley east of Olympic avenue, between Third a n d Fourth streets, the city crew last week laid an 8-inch storm sewer line from the storm sewer main on Third street to serve catch basins in the alley nqrth of Third to a point at reap of the Congregational church. The line was placed at about 5 ft. depth. Continued financial support. Other equally vexing prob- lems face the first meeting of the new admission and distri- butions committee slated for Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the UGN board room. Additional meetings of the eornmittee will be necessary to the 1962 prelimnary ~Udget requests of the 28 mere- agencies. After all problems and agen- :cies budgets are considered ; !n detail, a recommendation will be made to the UGN Board of D| irectors as to the amount the committee considers absolutely llecessary to maintain the UGN agencies during 1962. The amount recommended by A & D Committee will be a factor in establishing the UGN campaign goal. -- -O ~ ._IRPORT LEASES R~CEIVE APPROVAL . . ~Meeting at the Airport last !~Uesday evening, the Airport ommission was informed that i~veral leases of airport facili- }es had been approved by the A. A., also that the proposed :tansfer of the Anderson lease :o Mr. Guy Stickney of Belle- rue, had been approved. The Anderson lease includes :he hangar, machine shop and )ther facilities in the hangar lrea, I Here's a sample copy of the questionnaire form which goes out today to 100 readers of The Arlington Times. These 100 have been selected to participate in a statewide survey of readership in weekly newspapers; the Times is one of 52 weeklies in the state chosen for the survey. Holding the card is Marilyn McCur- lain, of Community Surveys, Inc. of Seattle. Miss McCurtain has been employed by The Washington Newspaper Publishers' Asso- ciation to conduct the survey, and questionnaire forms will be sent directly back to her. WATCH FOR THE CARDSI attention is paid to advertising in other media: Radio, TV, out. of-town daily newspapers, and advertising circulars. Those who receive question- naire forms are asked to do thre~ things: Fill out the brief form, seal it, and drop it into a mailbox. All questionnaires will be sent directly to Com- munity Surveys, Inc. at Seattle, where they will be "sifted" for facts of newspaper advertising readership. It will not be nec- essary to sign your names. General results of the survey will be ready in about three week's time. If a card falls out of your copy of The Arlington Times today, you're one out of every ten persons in town selected to participate in a statewide newspaper readership survey. The Times was chosen re- cently as one of 52 weeklies in the state to form the basis of the sunvey, sponsored by the Washington Newspaper Pub- lishers' Association. The general purpose of the survey is to give you'r news- paper - and its state as- sociation - information on how .well you read advertising in The Times. The survey also seeks information on how much :Cliff Bailey Elected To National Holstein Board O AND PHONE GE 5-3022 Clifford Bailey of Snohomish well-known County dairyman, was elected to the Board of Dir- ectors, of the Holstein-Fresian Association of America at the association convention in Cleve- land, Ohio on June 7th. He will will the unexpired term of Russell L Pfuffer, of Carnation, who was elected Vice President of the organization. (and that's the car more people are buyingO Take those June skies and breezes. Add a spankin' new Jet-smooth Chevy. Presto, you've got all the makings of a roamin' holiday. That low-loading, deep-well trunk swallows up most everything you'd want to pack along. The carefully crafted Body by Fisher has you livin' in luxury (and in comfort-high seats where the sight-seein' comes easy). That Jet,- smooth Chevy ride, with a sinewy Full Coil spring at" each wheel, gentles you past all the wrinkles and ruts in the roads (there's even a team of over 700 behind-the-scenes "shock ab- sorbers" to hush up road surface mumblings and grumbtings): All in all, Chevy's light-steerin', easy- goin' ways just don't leave much for you to do but feel good. And that's exactly the way your Chevrolet dealer wants you to feel --as you can plainly see in those beautiful June buys he's got bustin' out all over. \ Impala ComJertible--just as saucy am you please and wide open for jun. Air conditioning--an extxa-cost option that gives you fingertip temperature control. Try it. See the new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center -. ~.,~ ............................................................. *--. .................... o ...... o..o ......... ,, ......... . ..... .,.....o-.. .... .. ..... ........................ ARLINGTON, WASH. Phone GE 5-2411 101 N. Olymi ic El Dairy Family Of Year to Be Chosen The fifth annual Dairy Fam- ily of the Year contest is under way in many of the county units of the Washington State Da irymens Federation's 20 county units. Entry deadline is June 30. First prize this year will be an expense paid trip (to $500) to California Visits to TV show preparations or filming in stu- dios, visits to California dairy farms and other tourist attrac- : ..... ' tions are included. i;::z:!}:i This award and others are to ~;!~:~ .... be awarded at the annual meet- :~