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8 . The Arling~n TIMES Aug. 3, 1983 I - Wedneaday, In CLASSIFIED ADS wogx THE ONLY WAY TO GO -- home that is -- after the birth of their first child. Granite Everett. The event provided great entertainment for hospital staff and patients, not Falls Police Chief Steve Durkin had a surprise waiting for his wife Marlys when she to mention the surprised mother. Young Darla is not likely to remember the fide, left Cascade Valley Hospital last Wednesday with their first child, Darla Kaye. A but there are bound to be a few newspaper clippings around to remind her of the big white limousine and two motorcycle escorts were on hand for the trip home to event. DR. JOHN J. BLUFF OPTOMETRIST INFLAMED EYE You should never take chances with your sight. If your eye becomes red and inflamed, for example, especially if the symptoms include pain and blurring, prompt treatment may .be vital to prevent loss of vision. Many causes of eye iniury are ob- vious, but sometimes the eye can be in- lured without your knowing it. Only when symptoms develop, such as a red and inflamed eye, are you aware of a problem. Because your eyes are among the most delicate organs in your body, they are more easily damaged. Any disease and even a minor injury, left untreated, may cause permanent harm. An ulcer on the center of the cor- nea or a detachment of the retina are iust two eye problems that may cause / permanent impairr neglected for c The eye's sensitivity disease is also one of against permanent you act in time. AnY should be You should also make it regualr eye exams as tion in maintaining eyes. In the interest frotlrl. Dr. John J. 413 N. Olympl i,i L i: ili! / iii i Imitation milk products threaten dairy price support The largest surpluses in the history place the U.S. dairy industry's price support system in jeopardy, according to scientists speaking at the 75th anniversary meeting of the American Society of Animal Science. Drs. R.P. Neidermeier and J.W. Crowley, of the University of Wisconsin- Madison Dairy Science Department, and E.C. Meyer. managing editor of Hoard's Dairymen, reported Wednesday, July 27, at the meetings, which are being held on the Washington State University campus. Surpluses are rising despite the de- crease in the number of cows on the nation's dairies The scientists note that milk production has increased 2.5 times since the 1950s, despite a drop from 21 million dairy cows to fewer than 11 million in 1982. "Currently we face the largest im- balance on record between milk produc- tion and the demand for dairy products," they reported. "The current surplus has put considerable pressure on the dairy price support program, which was altered in the fall of 1982. Many believe its future is in .jeopardy." The scientists cites competition from imitation dairy products as a major contributor to the dairy surplus. Current- ly, imitation dairy products account for about 30 percent of the market. By product, that amounts to 72 percent of the butter market, 50 percent of the cream market, 15 percent of the flavored milk market. 5 percent of the cheese market and 1.7 percent of the ice cream market. Although imitiations take only 5 percent of today's cheese market, the scientist warned that cheese "currently is most vulnerable to the further threat of imitations." Lost sales to the dairy industry are estimated at the equivalent of 6.4 billion gallons of milk that would otherwise have gone into these products. Per capita sales of milk and dairy products has declined from 74.9 gallons per year in 1960 to 61 gallons in 1981 and Is expected to drop another 3 gallons by 1990. Besidcs imitations, milk suffers heavy Pharmacist to speak at AARP Dana Kovac, a registered pharmacist, will speak on the subject of perscfiptions and over-the-counter medicines at the August 4th meeting of the North Snohomish County chapter of the Ameri- can Assn. of Retired Persons (AARP) to be held at the Marysville Library starting with a potluck lunch at 12:30 p.m. Please provide your own service for the potluck. competition from alternatives. It ranks 1981 "the average American drank 158.5 fourth among beverages, behind soft quarts of solf drinks, but only 82.9 quarts drinks, coffee and beer. For instance, in of milk. [i 4829 35th N.E. Ib, lb. York GOETZ Old Fashion WIENERS cash value 1/20th Quality Hair Care and Low Prices Senior Citizens Discount Everyday! OPEN 9-8 6 DAYS A WEEK WALK-INS ARE WELCOME Cascade Savings & Loan Bldg. 659-9878 Boys 7-16eGids 7-14e Juniorse Young Mens REGULAR PRICE Special Good Thru August 1 O, 1983 MARYSVILLE FRONTIER VILLAGE 310 State Ave. Near Lake Stevens 659-2511 334-3505 "The Family Department Store" HOURS (both stores): Mon.-Sat. 9-6, Fri. 9-9, Closed Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th & French, Arlington PASTOR : Gary Radmacher SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ..... 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ....... 6:30 p.m. All Welcome IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLE.CHURH ,1200 E. Fifth St., Arlington, 435-8565 SUNOA' MAS S SERVICES 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a m. PASTOR : Oliver Duggan ST. JOHN MARY VIANNEY CATHOLIC CHURCH Darrington :WEEKEND MASS SATURDAY ....... 5:30 p.m. ARLINGTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2nd & Stillaguamish, Arlington, 435-2094 PASTOR: M.B. Delgatty CHURCH SCHOOL .................. 1.9:45 a.m. WORSHIP HOUR .................... 10:50 a.m. WORSHIP & INSPIRATION .......... 6:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Family Night ......... 7:00 p.m. WOMEN'SMINISTRIES (1st&3rdThurs). 10:00a.m. ARLINGTON UNITED CHURCH 4th & McLeod, 435-3259 PASTOR: Paul L. Walker SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 10:00 THURSDAY MEN's prayer group ........ 6 BURN ROAD BIBLE CHURCH 13810 Burn Road, Arlington Ephesians 2:8.9 "For by graceare ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: It is the gift of God not of works, lest any man should boast" ,1 PASTOR: Ray Leonard, 691-6863 or 435-8764 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 4th & Ounham, Arlington SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP HOUR. ........ 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY MEETING. 8 p.m. Child Care You are lovingly invited SMOKEY POINT COMMUNITY CHURCH (Christian & Missionary Alliance) 17721 35th Ave. NE, Arlington, 659-2844 PASTOR: Michael S. Gower SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 8 45 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .......... 10 a.m. HOME GROUP - WEDNESDAY NIGHT..7 p.m. FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 1424 172nd Street N E - Lakewoad -652-8013 PASTOR: David Herwick SUNDAY WORSHI P SERVICE,., 8:30 & 10 a.m. VICTORIA CHAPEL (Bryant Grange Hall) PASTOR: ChOck Barnett SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP.,.... 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING,.. .............. 6:00 p.m. BIBLE STUDY & JUNIOR CHOIR .... S:00 p.rn. ATONEMENT LUTHERAN TEMPORARY LOCATION: iew Middle School (end of E. 5th, MORNING BIBLE STUDY .... ...... " WORSHIP SERVICE. PASTOR: Richard Anderson, Assistant To pastor: Dave Russum ............. Member of the association of free OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN 615 E. Highland Dr., Arlington, PASTOR: Emery Rohde SUNDAY WORSH I P'SE RVICE ..... HOLY COMMUNION ......... 1st&: CHRISTIAN PRE-SCHOOL (sept. FREE METHODIST cHuRCH 730 E. Highland Dr., Arling I ASF-OR : Erie W. Wirth WORSHIP SERVICE & SUNDAY Night, WORSHIP SERVICE. WEDNESDAY, Family all ages. '10', SMOKEY POINT CHURCH OF Meeting at the Stillaguamish sen 18308 35th Ave. NE, SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY ......... SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .... SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE .... WEDNESDAY, Bible Study For information, call YOUR CHURCH SHOULD BE LISTED TOO -OSO COMMUNITY cHAPEL 22318 Hwy. 530, Oso, 435-9663 PASTOR: David Hovik .SU N DAY WORSH I P ................. 3WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY ........ Nursery Provided SUNDAY EVENING, 6 p.m. ( SISCO HEIGHTS COM 15029 McEIroy Road, Arlington" PASTOR: Dar,cy E. Haisley FIRST SERVIC ADULT & YOUTH BIBLE CL SECOND SERVICE ........... . .... :" PRE-SERVICE PRAYER.,. ...... EVENING SERVICE. P.M. Services- Adult Bible class, SEVENTH DAY ADVI Burke & Talcott, ArlingtO PASTOR : Mike Edge .. SABBATH SCHOOL ............... SATURDAY CHURCH .......... Pastor's Phone 435-8305- ChurCh All are welcome! BETHEL CHAPEL 4V2 mi. east of Bryemt on GI P^gTOR: Richard L. Baxter SUNDAY SCHOOL ............ SUNDAY MORNING WORSHI ' Pastor's Phone: