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Tl e Arliagton i imes " Successor to . THE HALLER CITY TIMES Vol. LX : I. Thursday, June 18, 195:k .. o. ~llbscription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- ~zl~h County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, t~mshlngton, by - THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH J. ~2. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr l~ered as 2rid Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- lhl~on, under the act of March 3. 1879. IM PEACHMENT? Since the decision of Supreme (ourt Judge William O. Douglas "indfinitelv postponing" the execution of the a used atomic spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, there have been cries ot' impeachment, and indeed an iml)each- merit measure has been ,- offered in Congress. When we realize,, that the crime," of which the Rosen- bergs are accused, rnav some day r sult',: in an atomic ex- plosion that will wiI: out thousands of American lives, we can,have little sympathy for those who would promote TOP DOG -- "M a s t e r Sgt. such an action. • Angel Face" steps outside his quarters at Ft. Hood, Tex., to It is strange, indeed, that those who would destroy take a look around. The "set- this country and its system of justice, to supplant it witi geant" was acquired by trainee members of "Dog" Company as the system that prevails behin(! the iron Curtain, find a mascot and will become a themselves defended and protected by the very svstem member of the company. O00000000000000000000000PO000000 they decry. In th case of Justice Douglas, we do not join the hue Letters and cry for impeachment, rather we thank God that this is still America, and that a judge of our highest tribunal. To The Editor-- regardless of the popular clamor, and acting, we believel Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christensen not in sympathy, 'but in justice, seeing a.thread of (loubtl former Arlington residents "1 stays the hand of justice until that doubt be cleared, residing in New Jersey, write as l )'C under date June 7: ................................ Lb. As opposed to communism, Americanism places hi Milford, N. J., June 7, 1953. value on human life. The guilty must pay the penalty of TheArlington,ArlingtOnwash.Printing Co., "Oldyank, e"a'vmO'C.. 10e June Rose Imitation their crimes, but we must be sure they are guilty beyond Dear Mr. Carpenter: ,a shadow of a doubt• o forPleaseThe findArlingto~aenclosedTimes__evenOUr checkl~[ ~ OlIT Dl:¢ Royal No. 2 1 ~'~C ~J~-Oz. 1 ~'~[~ A-~ !though, in one short year, the[O ~l~/ LIP1-11- Chef ............. i ........ Can ll~Ur /_.a Bottle lllJ 8OL. LEWIS P ES majority of the names that make[.~ the news are unfamiliar to us,]~ T~ ITtl ff Libbys 131/~-Oz.1 ~'~1" --"------- -------- In the passing, of Editor Sol. Lewis of the Lynden we usually find an item or twoli, Tribune, the Lynden communitv, and Whatcom county pertaining to those who helpedi~ l l[I L orHunt's Can lqYv )lift Al~l I(l'll" Ready * make withArlingt°nsunshineWhat ittheiS today,[~ SAR }IN[S : ft. bH Prepared ............................ Pkg. lost a vahmble citizen. Sol. was not only an out.standing and we are interested in the[_~" + eekly publisher, having won nationai recognition, he area.many new developments in thetOi. IyF ,ox. .............................................. ............ can IARSl IVIAIIOW,," .......... :.. was also a powerflfl figm'e in the development of the The climate back here is veryI Scott's Lynden community. " fine, year]. TISSUE Bathroom ............................. ....,...RoU l.UC ) ' around and the garden lovers,--~" ICKLI ''' "Spice-Crescents .............. Pkg. Mr. Lewis was one of the central figures in organiz- would glory in the beauty of thei ing and promotion of the Washington Newspaper" Pub- spring and fall, beginning withl~k Iishers Association. Mild of manner, keen, persistent, pos- the most "beautiful magnolia[~ Maine ................................... Can 10e let ~t [~ ~ Kitty Big' trees, in February, and endingl~ ~/ I-| ~ IB" Cat" ....................................... ca~: sessed of good judgment, and a fine sense'of hmnor, Sol. with the colorful sugar maples[ won and held• many friends throughout his 39 years of and oakes in October. MU$ TARD h-1 .................................... : ....... Iar 10c ,ae c, ,r,n Please Big: You might be interested in]~ PII~I /1 [l~II~ Brand .................................. Can i editorship of the Lynden Tribune. The sympathy of the hearing that the Don Christen-]~ newspaper fraternity is extended to the family,'and the sens had twin sons, James and[~ I " Babe -Lb. Lynden eommunity,'in their great loss., Jeffrey, bornMay21. Don is stilt[ ~, CANi)Y BARS Ruth ............... tB~ 10C 'ra TreeTea, Blaek ~-Ba, ! Commander at the Navy Supply[~ Animal ..... ~ Lrl .. 8-oz. Pkg. 59e ................................ O Pkg'ill Base in Philadelphia, and we.see]. .... ESSONOIL i him often since we areonly 25Grief CO0 lIES ...... i + oo+, 30 miles from there, l" i .................. Pkgl 10c i Sincerely, [ "- THE CHRISTENSENS. [ " -Oz, NOWDRIFT Shortening .............. 3can Mr. Christensen was superin-[ SAL1 Kulshan .............................. 26Sha*e, 10c tendent of the local plant of thel Snohomish County Dairymen's " Association. Association, until the plant was ' h~ closed about two years ago. ' Fr SPARE T.O S , ,+esh Fruits and Vegeta The following letter, written on Go DEN MEATED stationery of ~ the Pine Bluffs Public Schools Practical Nurse i I i I I~-~ f ~ School. Pine Bluff, Arkansas, is from the Cyra sisters, daughtersBluff, WE!j!RME[oN 2•~: I" I I Pound '~ of Mr. Jack'Cyra, of Arlington: Pine Ark., June.5, 1953. +"'i~ Mr. J. C. Carpenter, Editor on ims 2! Arlington, Washington. Dear Mr. Carpenter: 6R!!NE PEAS. , It is such a pleasure to receive The Arlington Times each week ~ Tl~e five-l°cks °f the Sault Sic" Marie Canal" are the w°rlds andwearehanpyt°n°tetheim'provements being made in our !E!!!op BERS +. i+: l ,E I~iest, according to reports tabulated by the Corps of Engineers, home town; however, we do wish operators of the locks. Great bulk of the cargos are shipments there wer~e some way to save the u. of h-on ore bound for the steel mills of America's industrial maple trees on Olympic avenue. l~wer-lake section, other cargos are listed on the above map. The director of the. Pine Bluff 2::L5 On a record day, as many as 56 ships were re-leveled in one eight Practical Nurse School (where hour shift. Mrs. Wilson is Nursing Instruc- DRY ONIONS for and Miss Cyra is secretary) , I I I I F shares~his viewpoint with us. She has relatives in Bremerton ', and has become a faithful reader i berries at lov~e~ of The Arlington Times. , po~ible p~tte. We are enjoying life in Arkan- '~ sas, having had a very mild win- tED CASUALTIES OF 1,897,000 ARE ter; we are now looking forward. ° CINCH DURKEE'S • CIGARETTES BOREN MOR~ THAN FOUR TIMES THOSE OF ON FORCES SINCE JUNE 25, PYONGYANG North Korean Daring approximately three years of fighting In Korea, e~ualtie~ have been almost four times greater for the Reds than for UN forces as seen In the above chart. Official figures recently released reveal American losses to be 24,119 dead, 100,665 wounded, 1~,345 ~dsstng. South Korean casualties are 256,901. The 15 other nations lighting on the UN side reported a total of 2550 dead, 9056 C wounded, 1~,06 missing. Officially estimated total casualfies for to watermelon season as we have two acres planted, which will be ready the latter part of July. Best regards to you and our many friends at home. If any of you can come south for a vaca- tion, be sure and include Arkan- sas on your itinerary and we'll be happy to welcome you. Sincerely, ANNE WILSON, WILLOW CYRA. LOST WALLET Arlington, Wash. June 14, 1953. The Arlington Times Arlington, Wash. Dear Sir: To the person who returned my wallet I wish to say, "Thank You." I lost my wallet in Arling- ton Friday evening. Someone be- sides the sender may have found my wallet, removed the $51.00, and tossed the wallet away. How- ever if not. $51.00 makes the wal- let rather an expensive one. The wallet and the papers in it were of little value. With an honest person I would have gladiy di- vided the $51.00. To the sender of the wallet I will gladly pay the postage if he cares to reveal his name. Sincerely, DONALD A. GARKA. O Grange Vacations O Ready Prepared Long Thread Sweetened BIG Value at a R -Oz. ! ¢ ¢ Pkg. ~l~ Pkg, Carton Nalley's Lumberjack • • • .Oz. Jug Full Quart Mission Brand ¢ Mission Brand Nalley's Salad Dressing " THIS WEEK'S JACKPOT WINNER : low price. With the Borax Giant Package July 17. Red Chinese forces are 1,095,000. North Korean casualties are estimated at 802,000.