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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLIN(ITON. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, ,JULY 30, 1953 Arlinglon Successor to THE HALLER CITY TIMES . . 13;),). No. 14 ol. IXVI. Thursdav,.Julv 30, ( [~lmeription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- ~mdah County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, l~a~hington, by THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH ,:L C~ CARPENTER ..... Editor & Mgr as 2nd Class'matter: in'the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- [!raglan, under the act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL COUNTY SHOULD INCREASE FLOOD CONTROL LEVY Hectic Days In Congress By Congressman Don Magnuson Washington, July 29---Congres- sional tempers become edgy in the hectic closing days of a ses- sion. In the drive toward adjourn- ment, involving even longer hours and harder work than the normal routine, members some- times forget the elaborate for. mality and courtesy which marks -eferences to colleagues in House debate in the early part of a ses- sion. Legislative shortcuts are taken which anger some, and there is a general atmosphere of pressure which breeds hot words. Any ill feeling generated by this situation, however, generally is forgotten by the following January, the oldtimers tell me. Deadli N are familiar, the goat seal costs J ohn H. King ne earino_or $5.50, and every goat hunter will Dies July 27 Goat Hunting.Permits be required to have this seal in John H. King, 63, Route Four, Seattle, July 28.--Only three his possession. However, the seal need not be purchased until a Arlington, died at a Seattle Has-[weeks remain for prospective goat hunting permit has beer~ re- pital Monday, July 27, following goat hunters to get their applica- ceived in the public drawings. a lingering illness. He was born lclans for permits into the State With around 2,000 applications Thursday at 2 o'clock at the Moll ~ re .................... " D ' ~ su~a~ twu ~ent postal earn on Funeral Home the Rev A whi " " '' .... I ch is plainly typed or printed Brokaw of the Arlington Con-the name address an .... r , o nuntlng gregational. Church . officiating.Llieense number of 'the applicant, Burial was m the Arhngton Cem- and that the application must be etery, tin the Game Department offices Many problems have been de. ferred. Everyone back here fore- sees a far more. frantic closing As budget time approaches The Tinles would urgle at 509 Fairview Avenue North, Speaking of January, it is ob- Seattle 9, not later than 4 p.m., the county eonnnissioners and thQse interested in a sen- vious that Congress will be con- August 20th. The drawings will sible progranl of river bank protection work, to give some fronted next January by a mass rush next year than this. That be held at a later date. .... ........ . oi work so extensive that it is some important issues may not An innovation this year is the 81tenl;lO~l Io tile tax levv Ior ~IllN purpose "pin~" to be all b " i ..... ved in 1954 would be an new oa" " - - .... . . ,~ g ut mpossloie oe resoi g t hunting seal, estab- Gradually this levv has been reduced until ~s now[to get through it in time for the excellent bet. lished by"the state legislature .... MADE WITH .. ~,,,..,.~..., ~.) ..,e ...... ;ll .-,,;.;,~,, .... ; ..... ] ........ ~ ...... ,~,,.,~ ,~..[moderately early adjournment ------------o whmh has not been required in "'" $/J.~g~It:7~ U~ Ol. i:t lllill, l(.ll~lll~:~ till lllaq-lUllllOLLr,:J (IlIIUtlIIL ltPl,which " ................ / mways is me rum m an Use Times uassmea AaS -- past years. Slmdar to the special ~ ~. :this important program. ]election year. affect|v., economical elk lieense with which hunters ~ 1: - i At a meeting of Flood Conhol groups, hekl m Bel lin-ham last wintm the State Direetoi of Conserw/ ....... ......... tion and Development was urged to ask the legislature for a appropriation of a million dollars for matching money in flood control work, he replied that he could not justify such a request, as the counties had gradually shirked heir responsibility in this work by reducing county lev- ies, so that the combined county levies would not raise a million dollars to match state funds There is much good farm land being washed away each year by floods in the many rivers and streams of Snohomish county, and a policy that includes State, County and land owner co-operation in saving this val- uable acreage, is wise conservation of a natural resource hicle operators are safe drivers A Word From who observe the rules of the road arid practice courtesy. Most of Th G the law infractions and accidents - e overnor are caused by about 15% of the By Arthur B. Langlie drivers on our highways. That AS OF JULY 1, the ,State De means we have somewhere ~}artment of Licenses reported 1.- around 225,000 operators whom ,415 drivers' licenses on rec- we are trying to reach with our appeals for caution, cooperation and courtesy. THE NEW POINT system used by the Department of Licenses is aiding materially in reaching this small but dangerous seg- ment. Under this program, vio- lations and accidents are rated according to their severity. Minor violations, such as de- fective equipment, improper parking on highway, four in the front seat, driving with passen. ger on the outside, and improper backing are assessed one point for each infraction. ord. While that m a n y licenses are actually "on issue," there are a substantial number of inac- tive ones---certif- icates of th6se who may have moved from the state, those of recently de- ceased persons, ~v. Langlie or operators who presently are unable to drive for various rea- sons. It is estimated that there are close to one and one-half million Failure to signal properly, in- attention, failure to halt for a licenses in active status. That's a stop sign, blinker or signal, ira- lot of drivers, and when we addlproper turn or improper lane to these the great number of tour- travel costs the violator two who are also using our high- mints. ways, it's easy to understand why The more serious violations are BACON ENDS & PIECES SUPREME BRAND WIENERS . SUPREME BRAND LINK SAUSAGE PURE LARD . 3 "Lb" el nO Pkgs. *3) v 43c Pkg. Lb" 53c * * Pkg. -Lb. 4~ .... 2 Pkg.35 n GRAPEFRUIT Ari ono ..................... 5 for 25c TOMATOES ................................. lb. 15c SQUASH DanishXndividual ......................... lb 7c CELERY Heavy M.ted .................................. lb. 7c POTATOES No. - ................ ..... 50 79C Swift's Shortening ' June Rose Powdered Skim pkg. 35c Each Lb. 2-lb. pkg. 69e Makes 5 qts. Liquid Milk , 4-lb. pkg. 1.29 June Rose Orange Pekoe& Pekoe Black 4-Oz. Pkg ...... 29c 8-Oz. Pkg ..... 55c 16-0z. Pkg .... 98c rated from three to eight points--- although a conviction for a fatal accident receives an immediate assessment of l5 points, andtheI ~~ 39: PREM automatic suspension of the driv- -- Salad Dressing . . . Quart er's license in addition to what- ever penalty the court may as- NALLEY'S ! THE LAW requires the Director] : of Licenses to maintain a case[ cHILI CON CARNI 15"~% 24e record of licensed drivers. The[ law also requires courts having[~ NALLEY'S HAMBUP,~-~ " jurisdiction over traffic offenses[ g'~l~ to forward to the Director records] RELISH .... Z:Oc of convictions or forfeitures. From these records the Depart. ment can determine the drivers responsible for most violations. Next week I will relate the pro- cedure of warnings and hearings based on this point system. COLD SHIELD we have traffic problems in the congested areas of our State. We are pushing our highway program as fast as possible to catch up with the traffic demand imposed by the tremendous in- crease of motor vehicles on our ]roads during the past few years. $ NEVER BEFORE in the history of our state has traffic safety been stressed so strongly and widely as today. While the rec- m'ds show that Washington is one of the leading states in the progress of its safety program, we Hunting Reported i Seattle, July !pects for both upland ]big game look very year, according to hart, Game Mana for the State Game Upland birds in :the past winter :n usual condition, !possible effects of a June on young birds a better than harvest. Lb. Can JAMS AND ,} SURF MIST SOLID PACK Large WHITE MEA T ........................ Can CARNA TION BRAND -Oz. SMALL Can SEA CHEF Lb. PINK ...................... Can DENNISON'S THIS WEEK'S JACKPOT WINNER: C. J. BOONE I still have far to go in our efforts for further reductions, percent. agewise, in accidents and fatali- ties. The great majority of" our one and one-half million motor ve- Phone 49 3 ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON ! f 320 West Ave. Arlington, Wash. LUNCHEON MEA T ............................................ A. I Prepared SWIFT'S PREMIUM .............. -Oz. Can SUGAR Free Lollypop In Each Package .............. -Oz. Can Jar FISHER'S ............ Begmore--For Man's Best Friend 16-Oz. Cans PLEASE BRAND DOG FOOD 3'" 29c * " C~ns -DOG FOOD FRISKIES ...... BEST FOR EASY CLEANING SOILAX - 3-lb. pkg. 69c SOAP POWDER .lb. 5 c-69c Reg. Pkg. Jumbo "NUBORA ....... c BUTTER. Swift's ............... JUNE ROSE IMITA TION C&H or U & 1 .......................................... :. ) -Oz. Bottle Clorox lor Whiter Washes Staley's -- Sta Flo Liquid ASSOR TED FLA VORS .................. MINUTE ................................. Qt. Mission Brand MACARONI SS&C CHOPPED ..... -Oz. Can -oz. " 2J'' 32c 14 Pkg. 21c Pkg. Mission Egg NOODU= Prices effective at Arlington July 31 and August i, 1953.- Every item unconditionall~ -Oz. -- -Oz. 8 2 lc 16 Pkg. 32C No to de~lers. We reserve the right to limit. 5@00000000000000000000000001000000000000000000000@