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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953. ArLiugluu Successor to THE HALLER CITY TIMES ( "' 12 Vol. LXVI. Thursday, July 16, 1,}o,,. No ~tmcription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- ~ County Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, "Washington, by THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH ,.~l. C. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr :l~m~ered as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- )m~an, under th'e act of March 3, 1879. 1 EDITORIA L DEBT FREE It was .ood news that City Treasurer =Webb Moor-: man gave to the City Council last Monday night when lie informed the City Dads that the town is now free of debt. :However, there was no special celebration, burning of the mortgage, etc. Giving this some thought, however, it seems to us, that there are several things aabout it that we should e nsider. First of all that debt, which was incurred fifteen years ago when the citizens of the voted bonds to m'odernize the lighting on Olympic avenue and to resur- face the street, has taken 11/2 mills of the levy each year to pay the bonds and interest. That 11fi2 mills this year removed approximately $1,- 500 from the city's operating funds. It is an example of what happens when we go into debt for something---our operating funds are reduced by the amount required to pay off the debt and interest. Now that this debt is retired, it is natural to ask will the tax levy be reduced by 11/2 mills next year? Since we have progressed for the last 15 )ears with- out that 11/ mills in our ,operating funds it would seem that it would be logical to reduce the levy by that much. A Word From The Governor By Arthur B. Langlie When the Olympic Nationa 'ark was increased by nearly 48- 000 acres through the mere issu- ance of a presidential proclama- tion just two weeks before Dwight D. Eisenhower was inugurated as the new President, numerous peo. pie questioned the legal author- ity of Mr. Truman to take such acNon. Mr. Truman was within his le- gal rights, although he paid no attention to the man), objections which were raised here in the State of Washington. The Act of Congress which ere- ated the Olympic National Park specified that the size could be increased by presidential procla. mation from the 318,000 acres constituting the National Monu- ment from which the Park was created, to the maximum author- ized area of 898,292 acres. All the president was required to do was "consult" with the Gov- ernor of the State in which the park lies, and with the Secretar- ies of Interior and Agriculture. Mr. Truman "consulted" withI the Governor of Washington by[ advising him in a letter dated November 5, 1952 that he propos- ed the addition of 47,916.13 acres. Then in a letter dated January 6, 1953, he advised the Governor that the proclamation was being signed that day. News of the proclamation that brought the Park area within 1,- 530 acres of its authorized maxi- mum set off widespread protests in western Washington. It also . -. "_." . .--: .-.7" Salal, Oregon Grape Make Jelly, Jam The lowly salal, red huckel- berry and Oregon grape, are com- ing into their own as jam and jelly delicacies along with the Puget Sound wild blackberry. In The Times this week is an advertisement seeking these pro- ducts of our Western Washington forests, which go into a brand known as "Old Cabin Ranch" preserves, sold at exclusive food shops. Mrs, Helen Simon, of Kingston, Washington, who was in Arling- ton Wednesday, states that she has been making these preserves now for six years, and the de- mand is growing. She states that she notices, however, that the Washington Wild blackberry jel- lies and jams are by far the most popular of her products, especial- ly with out-of-state Asked about the that they make when mixed with grope. She also ties, and asked about erabapple, she said sh, so use these if found. Other wild fruits e]derberries and Mrs. Simon said receive about ten tons C berries this year for WEDS AT BELLI Coming as a corn to local friends is ment of the Elizabeth Christopher Marshall of wedding was quiet ceremony at Thursday, July 9th Mr. and Mrs. make their home here. --For Any Condition LAWN -- FARM- SPRINKLER SYSTEM DESIGNED FOR YOUR Write Box 66 Arlington Representative Will 00000000000000000000000000)0000000 prompted letters of support from people and organizations in fa- vor of preserving 898,292 acres of Washington territory as a primi. tive area. A Even eastern parties, includ-~,w ing the New York Times, expres- sed their support of the expan- Arlington's municipal affairs, we have noticed, have sion ot the park to its authorized Manning's ~egular Crlnd LB. CAN , limits. QT. been handled soundly, and as a result the town s finances, When the idea of a national Nalley's ,are in good condition, with surplus funds invested in,park was first proposed here in Tasty JAR United States securities I this State, the supporters of the | ....... " ~ [program recommended a park of O -' we suoma , however, as we nave stated before, taxes,approximately 420,000 acres. | are levied, and money raised for specffic services, not tolMymbers of,the Port .An.geles Humko 3-Lb. Libby's 101,/2-0g' . *, ~ .... , ILnamoer oI t;ommerce lnHlaTeo create savings accounts for the mumc pahty. Should thelthe idea in 1934, and representa- Pur~ Vegetable 0an Tomato Cans amount raised be more than is needed to onerate tho mu-[tives of the National Park Ser- Breeze, With A - ~ 1- "~ [vice assured .local park ~oosters Giant PicniC mclpaht then logical to reduce the levy, unless we]that an area of this size was ade- Free Cannon Relicmce desire to bnild up a fired for s,ome civic imnrovemont i quate and suitable for the pur- Dish Cloth Pkg. Dinner Size Cans , x ..... f poses of a national park. Aside from earmarked funds which have been raised But when the bill got into Con- Bath 21/2-0g. Zee 40-Count for specific purposes there is a surolus now in the City gress, eastern conservationists Treasur which sh-uld "'" .- ..... % brought pressures to bear for a Sliced Dried Jar Cello Wrap Pkg. .' " o either go lmO me general IUll(l larger park. The very people who and thus cause a reduction in next )'ear's levy or it first proppsed the Olympic Na- I Friskies 5-Lb. Nalley's hould be designated for a specific improvement ' t!onalPark foundthat theproje~t Meal or Cube Pkg. Cucumber chip Jar burdenTheforTimeSthe believes that 15 mills is not too'heavY+h.i, a What vn ay na grnsm]Inr alV ;Scn la ledl" Athey had recommended,[ |h q peopk of Arlington to 1)av ||| HI-C 46-0Z. vovernnlent ....~ .. -~ . ~ .., ~ ~ ...... ,~.. ,~tf based upon a prior unbiased andl~ l . ,x,m, as l[. is apparent tnat in the near fu-uninfluenced study made by na-[l mmmll~ Tcmty Can Gincjham Rolls t~re our municipal building. will requital............ ,~nnlo avm.hnnl_i tional parks people, was eom-llres-- , Stan4by ... ^ in,- and '~'rollaL1 ...... ]~ "~ " I" 1 " ~ ....... pletelv changed through the p -]A i~l~ _ p o~3 au atl(ll[tOIl, We WOUI(I suggest that] sures'of eastern interests upon[~ Unsweetened ~O-OZ. Centennial 10-Lb. is fund be placed in a Municipal Building fund, togeth-I the congress; ' ....... [O Grapefruit Can Silk Sifted Bag er with ..... ,- ........ I lnsteao oI a park oI ' zu.uuul_. '~,t:~t~v,vueacnveur~ooea(laea tOtllislun(i lacres our park boosters from the[. & Itr, l~ :o,, 9~o. 'IQ Town Talk No. 9"l/~ :re also 'believe that tile citizens of the town woul(i State' of Was ltjngton found that[, Whole Pealed Can support an increased budget for uark nurno, o - ;- [they were going t,o. haye a park[~ " 1 Im-II|l Yankee l--C ns 1 ug ....... l--ugram in maintainino- be; - ty spots in the city. "" [RUnyO co ....................... ' ' " , PHENIX his Week's t *It'Bills mmwed*"" --IArl.i TotalCnerete"[;rd:":::::i:::i::. [O1:43/O ,n |{IAF I " JACKPOTwINNER B " " IWater I pL ......................... , / | ,..~x~ IY City Council [Barbara Edge, Sal.' .......... $ 40.00[ ~. " " Colored ~:~k-~~. [ Bills for the month of Juno. Florence Kitchen, do .......... 24.361~ / II " ' _l~kv ' I ordered paid at the council ses=-IW. L. Moorman, do .......... 45.00[~ Pure / ~,~ ~,.2~ ] uion Monday July 13 were as fnl'lPaul E Van Horn, do .......... 294.80[- ~ ~!Gene " A~" " ~lows: ~ ~'" Andrew Lien, labor ........... 83.72 LARD .... . .2 ,k;29C I ~.b. vaNah0 _ I 'ID T [Current Ex~ens~ IClyde Parker, do ................. 19.60 1 [~I~'~ K~|~OI /Wm H Bali, --" ........... " tCol. Int. Rev ....................... 122101It I Pkg. i Darrington, Wasl I~LV . -- . .~,I.. ." g ey, hal ........... $257.70 Em 1 See De t ...... 23.88 q~-- 1[~l~IIM luaroara-Edge Sal 45C2[De P'Labor ~Pi'nd ........ 2064 O V ~-~.~xa=.,[Florence Kite~len do 6"251u ........... sugaNlCdrCure I Mathews, do ........... 49.25[.~: D: PIC S . . . . . lb. 49c I ............... t ~woorman ao 37501Western Utfl Co 24694 l ' q 1~'l~-'1"1"1 "1"1"1"1" I$1"~'~1~i ,Postmaster./Cl"de Park"" 2L" " ........... """'""' " ................... '/l_ BCI~-i-~-ntNDS L...~_. ,~ ~-p uu ................ "~&e'U/Grinnell Co ........................... 286.24]~ L ~t~ /wnour ~ou~ ao 34 47tArI Sand & Gravel19 57 I % Fern's Cans .... ' .................. ' .............. . . . . 1b.29c/ stamps ............ 6.001Skagit River Motors .......... 13.2et~ ~TARTT.ING lq']~WS lPeterson Motors .................. 2.061Snyder Hl:lw .................. 4.45 / A |Fred Davis ........................ 11.311Penn Salt ifgi"Co ............. 24.011 [ . 16-0g. [Standard Serv. Sta ............. 1.55[ Clarence Wayt ............ 54.031 ~ Pure, Tasty l ~ I Ferg's Can | o' O ntO' co ....................... Ed's McAlpin Service ........ I57|" | IE - .....: .............. o,u.uulUnion Oil Co ....................... 10.34'' PORK LINKS . '. . . lb. 49c / i , 10' :Oz., l mployment bec. Dept..: .... 140.07[ Arl H(~ Co ....................... 19.01[~ |Dept. Lab&lnd. 32 451Cra'ne Co" 7966/ WiF.NER / CKI | |Fer, s Can Arl Ptg Co ............ ~" 1"35 ................................ .............................. Johnson Drug ...................... 3.35 | [Garnet Saylor, Bond .......... 5.{)0 Metcalf & Harstad 5426 . lb. 45c ',P. V. D ................................... 179.57 Arl Con Products .:::::i:::::::: 15:30 S , , , , ' 3-Oz. West. Coast Tel.................. 9 90 R ~I Wade & Co " 700 401 ~ |l Ferg's Can [L. N. Curtis & Sons ............ ~408 j'(" i~onnov Cn ................. ~n'~t~ll I Cordz Battery Shop ............ 1.60 ............ " ...................... ..... ] ~ ~ .... ,Union Mill ............................ 24"72 Ttal Edge, ................. ...... ...... $6'328"17 " MreDcj'andCats~egF'r40.00[__D | " ' ' = " [ 1": [Remington Rand .................. 167.38 Barbara Sal : IRensse!aerValve Co ......... 195.80 Edgar L Holland, do ....... 283.7011~ LB ~n. ~a.w. ~o ....................... 8.14 Florence Kitchen, do .......... 37.03[ma I II V~ CANS . y vne e ....................... 1.34 W. L. Moorman, do ............ 30.00[I aonnsonurug ........................ 1.55 Col Int Rev ...... 93.7010 Wold Radio Electric ............ 7.90 Em'pl Sec I)'ept'[[ii[~i~i ...... 14.40,__Staley's Liquid GoldenR]pe ~alph Alexander ................ 1.55 Dept "ab "& Ind" 16 22~p Shepard's Service ................ 1.03 Northwest Pest "Con'troi ...... .... 20100[,m 1 ~ II~ Winkes Hdw .......................... 89 UnionOilCo 52.8011P y 1.~ . . . Lh. Arl. Hdw., ................... : .......... 1.79 Shepard s Service"ii::JJ:J~:i~i~: n.20[t QUART , ~nyaer riaw ........................... :1.~o Robb s Tire Shop ............ 49.60] ~1~ | BOTTLE m ' irick & Murray .................. 25.22 ........... [~ F~rm R~pe Overall Clng Supply ...... 6.81 Total $64865' i 1939 Lincoln Zephyr. ........ 99. Total ................................ $1,967.73 Street Dept. Peter J. Enault, Sal ........... $268.80 Florence Kitchen, do .......... 4.69 SURF or RINSO SOAP 29e Large LUX FLAKES soap ,k,. 29e W. L. Moorman, do ............ 7.50 Gordon Quilitz, do ............ 294.80 Clyde Parker, labor .......... 41.33 Col. Int. Rev ......................... 157.30 Employ. Sec. Dep ............... 2907 Dept. Lab. & Ind ................. 28.13 Panther Oil & Gas ............ 28.43 City and County Steel ........ 64.00 Grand Total ...................... $9,969.67 o MARKED BASS SHOWS SLOW GROWTH Seattle, July 13---A large mouth bass, marked with a tag in Octo. ber. 1952, and released in Lake Killarney, south of Seattle, was caught on May 17, 1953 and found to be exactly the same weight and length as when re. leased. The bass was 5 years old when caught, and weighed an W. S. Darley & Co ............. 3.13 even 2 pounds. LUX SOAP so Easy on Bath Reg. the Hands O ars 32c Ba,s 23e LIFEBUOY S0AP Sath 32C Regular 23C "~" Bars ~' Bars CLEANSER Old Dutch 2 Cans 23c SI No., 39 CINCH a mon.. Tall C~m C Delicious Now Heavy Meated Individual 1941 Ford 139. Tudor .... Lb. Lb. 1941.Ceupero . 16" o1 -Sea Chef---PINK = " ....IIFIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST II Fourth and Dunham O 1"2 Chevrolet O.1[~ I! ............ ~:::=" ......... I[ Pmtel t OOoll . Arlingt_ '_Was_hlngtn l lO II of Chrlst,~elenttst. "l l~4S Chevrolet ~Irlffi II SUNDAY SCHO~ ............ '] AM. Coupe ~.~.ll SUNDAY SER1~lg ........................................... 11.A.M. |/v V%i ,~n~ L~, for che l| ~on ay~m4p~a~ 2 to 4 ana ~:~ ~o ~:4S [[d~ ~, ..... Y=''. " : ]1 invites to attend rhea, |/i O'. Lowes Pnced Bargains II IlO - As Well As Top Values J| pro ran from now | / broadcast Sunday mornings at 9 o'clock from Station KJR, Seattle. ,~/~F " Lb. Prices effective at Arlington July 17 and 18, 1953 --Every item unconditionally sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit. dOOOOOOqOOO000O00O