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[ ] ,h__T_SW__ .3.13 ..... vq ins bene itsextended Unemployed or underemployed Vi~t- training and employment has no bearing 150 iervices I LLE For Better I N C. Landscaping & JERRY'S nam era veterans may be eligible for on awards. Wiring extended G.I. Bill benefits under a recent Examples of eligible programs under ~eting LANDSCAPING Allen A. Rock Glenv Allan Shell federal law, according to Randy Fmher , the law are: automotwe, welding , food 122 653-8506 J 8-10 Allen A. Rock, 84, passed away July 26, Gl~nv Allan Shell, 50, of Arlington, dted' director of the State Departmentof servmes," petroleum, machine" tool, elec- Street v " n hosnital Veterans Affairs tromcs drafting and desl n 127 ff : ----- 1983 at a local hospital. Jul 25, 1983 m a Everett " " h w " ' g " _ TI-IE FLUE= EOCTOK Mr Rock was born March 1, 1899 in He was born June 20, 1933 at Bertram, T e la specifically addresses Vietnam For a complete accounting of eligible [ESSURE L.nimney aweep Two Harbors, Minn. He served in the US. TexasHe was raised in Texas and era veterans whose educational benefits programs and locations, veterans are from Tulea Texas Hi h School, expired 10 years after date of discharge encoura ed to dial the de artment s toll Don t wait until fall, have your Navy during World War I. In 1921 he graduated , g , g ' p ' avvdurin2theKorean and is limited to vocational objective free heLlEne 1 800 562 2308 Fmher satd e ' v d now graduated from Macalester College In St served tn the US N .~. o " - b .... , _hlmne. cleane " " r and may to Arlington from South c urses leading to a certificate As under , k~Drav, the up- f'==t.RO'"" :"=t")g .... I eli^us mamagePaUl ,. Minnto. InHelen1922 Fhe wasMcLean,Unitedwhoin WaLake Tahoe in ed1968 Mr Shell had worked" an earlier extension of the bill, college Arl t n er+n n' IA/al I.P h; 1,4 t roof. Wash and --u-'~-C'~'f'-~ .... preceded him in death in 1979. After in produce for Albertsons Super Markets degree programs still cannot be pursued, nil I II~tUII Yl UI I I lU AIR BORN Tree Service. Tree moving to Seattle, he became a partner in for the past 15 years He was a member of The extension will terminate Dec. 31,,. . .~ ~6 tf Topping, Removal, Trimming, Rock and Wright, a Seattle welding supply the Retail Clerks Union, Local 115. 1983. PI I n I P /HaOrl ~tl -!W~,garden, Spraylng'Calle|llT'6~-3.91.9.& Y firm After retiring, he moved to Arlington He leaves his wife Rose Mary and The veteran must be unemployed or 9llllllO /UlOOllJ([]] ~ality, lowest gA~vORKW/mhc'e~l~l~l~aae ~nod9:~ He was a member of Arlingtondaughter, Crystal at home; two sons,und;rtmplaYed for at ~ast six months The monthly Arlington- Well Child -,,w,,,,,t~,,~ A~o ~'~t " "ff ~ &AM #129, OES Fidelity Chapter Allan and Mark of Seattle, his mother, p" pp "cation. trier eoucation, Clinic w'lll be held at the Arhngton' Umte_ d ................ " ..... #78, Mount Wheeler Grange #696, and Mrs. C.B. Shell of California; three Church on August~, 9th from 9:30 a.m..~tn | ~ Oso Community Chapel. brothers, Dewayfie, Larry and Danny, all m= .ma. .m " noon and from 1 to 3 n m He is survived by two sons, Bob A Rock INE Cards of ]['hanks . of California; sister, Hazel Sarchets of men/w0men m un.0rm These-cl-inic-s are hel~clon the second of Ellensburg and Bruce M. Rock of Texas uncle and auntEd and Oleta Tuesday of each month They are To those who expressed " - " |e~led Arlington; six grandchildren including Feenstra of Snohommh; uncle and aunt, Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Howard E conducted by the Snohomish Health !DUg their sympathy m so many Martha R Vanderpool of Arlington and Alfred and Jewel Luna of Idaho . Carlson Jr., son of Effie F and Howard E District and are for the purpose of t Rachel J. DeBelhs of Marysville, and four ~vating beautiful and practical ways Funeral services were July 27 in Carlson Sr. of Granite Falls. has reported examination and health supervision of deuf;;vgement~re exter~Ce~r great grandchildren. Marysville with Pastor K. H. Daugs for duty at Commander Fleet Air, Western well infants and pre-school children. For I~Oented _ '. Private graveside services were held in officiating. Burialwas in Marysville Pacific, U.S. Naval Air Facility, Atsugi, information, please call Sally Graves at nearrtelt thanks .......... Cemetery.' Japan. 435-3712. Thetamilyof Ruoy L. KylHng . ' " . . 91 . ........ ~wo rtaroors Mmn a memorml service wdl be held locally within two weeks. "trle, carpen, w..... Id,|k=,tnoYt~=ndn.r Remembrances maybemadetoShrin- IJll JI1 I N DRYER~et Retired, cards,eXpressinsbrs and relatives for theirtha'n~ks't'ur'fr'ien-d's':'neigh"phoneOf sympathY.calls, plantsThe ..... er's Children's Hospital. sellvour l! ........ .... i 11qF! tl II / flowers and ,n_.netamHyormemorlam ~.~Laura'O, - vv, ..... ......---..Arlington_ .. I&Parts donations are deep,y ap / Victoria news outgrown NCEr'ERSON preciated, by Mrs. Henry Mdstad-629-3497 I " " i " ~Jl.~" '" t" Everett Bertha Zahradnik " ~L , .:~: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i neY I The weather cooperated Sunday, July I , .... "-'.'--'.---'." ..... I 24 with a beautiful sunny day when about !f ~ ~ U~l~I ...rfre', I 40 Holbeck family members gathered at AIA KIT An 10a--Notices I 'the Eilert Holbeck home fern picnic to P%11/ P%i,J ) # ~.::-:),) 1_. Notices ir[~~ ]l~--Lost -and F ound' felicitate Eilert's 72nd birthday. Holbeck ~,[ il~ $ ~ ~~ I" " 103---Swaps I has been employed in Alaska during [ .l__0,~---.Day Care I canning season since he was 15 years old . I ]05---Instr.UCtlOn I so this was the first time in 57 years that ~ II 110''Real t:=statelids] -- nU erCta in m ent112--Mobile Homes~'r=' ,m,,.,e,,, Iiii birthday, the family had been together for the July Mrs. Jim Holbeck Victoria trip and daughter Diane ~ ! ~ ~ ~j t e VV I ].1_4---Far Rent_. i ferrie~l from Anacortes Thursday to PHONL653-SELLor435-5757 1IS--Want to Kent Sidne " " lib--want ~oKen.~ I y. From there they drove to Vtctona/ MAIL: P.O. Box 145, Morysville, We. 9827~1 I l~---L%laelsSsh~pi~ogrtunities I B.C. where they visited cousins of Mrs. orP.O. Box67, Arlington, Wa. 98223 Name , i -w. kwa d - -- I Holbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ludvigson. BRING: 8213 State Ave., Morysvilleor 122---Help Wanted I They continued to Duncan B.C. where 426 N. Olympic Ave., Arlington _ ._ " 124--Gardening I they visited Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ludvig- ANKS 12~--~_atabl.es I son and Mr. and Mrs Denton Ludvigson with R EMITTAN C E Aaoress ELDS 13G--For 5ate I o " " ' Vers 1---30--FOr131---BoatsSale |1 a s cousms of Mrs. Holbeck. The 15 words or Jess . __ .,^o travelers also took in the museum and ~TING, INC. 132--Garage sa,es I Private Parties Only , P'none ..... 132"A~Au:tions I Buchart Gardens, returning on Saturday. Wetson 133--Motorcycles 1 Shower Please pridt one wordper space 15 words, s3--25, each additior word o Sl additional if billed ~26 ff _13_4--Wa.nted I Mrs. John Traeger and daughters 13~r--Pets ...... I Katherine and Katrina and Mrs Henry ' ' i ....... = TON 137--Llvest(X:K & Supplies ~IvesToCKx. bupp~es I M stud motored to Tacoma Saturday 14U~AUTOS ]~---~Ue~~/ehicles I afternoon for a baby shower for Leslie RVICE 150--Services I Traeger, infant daughter of Shirley Traeger at the home of Mrs. Shirley Mac All Traeger. __ Yes, it was wet! ' Weather I~ton tf I'3 ~ -~ " Date River Hi- Lo Rain ages ~ ,~::~'~ July 26 , 2.21 '72- 56 .13 ~R~i~'ng ~ " July 27 3.08 64-54 .17 :Repoi~s An old belief is that if July28 2.40 77-48 .00 ~SeS" - ~ your right ear rings, some- July 29 2.07 80-48 .00 ~ti-ons ~ one is saying good things July 30 1.92 87-50 .00 about you. If your left July 31 1.85 80- 59 T byBid ~ ear rings, you are not Total rainfall for July was 4.24". June being flattered, and Julyofthisyearwerethewettestin~ s you in ther~l 'RPENTRY~I~_ [ " years... June. 5.61" and this month, ~'~-- ~ ['][pu " ,435-9748 ' 4.24", Temperatures taken daily, 7:30 a.m., City Water Works. t frill[ ~) OlNG: Even- ~ ~l " ' I A. day -------------- 1 Call for Bids . I I~ II~ YIPE Darrington School District I [ IL I/lU IlL[ #330 will accept sealed bids to I :1 ....... supply the school cafeteria 1.... L----___ IMp TRUCK with bakery and dairy prod- your rlgnlr ~o Know 0eiivery ucts, and fuel oil for the / ~'W~:lChips, District for the 1983-84 school I ~l aN1.~ovy Rock year. Contact the Office of.the ...... ~_.____a Superintendent for details, ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS P.O. Box 27, Darrington, WA City of Arlington 98241, phone 436-1313. Bids to City Hall. 3rd & Olympic R00F be opened at the regular Board Arlington. Washington 98223 . Keffloved meeting August 8, 1983 at 8:00 Sealed bi'ds will be received by the City Clerk, City Hall, 3rd "~ FRIENDLY ~lO~~T~Oy 1 Cloning P.M. at the High School & Olympic, Arlington, Washington, 98223, until 10:00 a.m., 15 library. TheBoard of Directors August 1983, for the furnishing of all labor, materials, equipment, reserves the right to reject any and all other items and services necessary for the fabrication and ~S ~ or all bids as the best interests erection of Fire Station No. 2 and various other site improvements L SERVICE ll ) by the District dictate, to be located at 6230 -188th Street N.E. within the City of By Order of the Board of Arlington, Washington. ..................... ~- ,.r, - ........ .:~t:,:n--~.:~r~4=m-~ .\~ .-~.., ~-,, ,-- .. ,, ................. .~"~,;~ .................... .. .~,~ vays re-District #330. in the presence of the bidders or their representatives at an ::':..'~ ~"'~::" )ork & Leo C. Beck administrative openir, g in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, ... j SuperintendentArlington, Washington. ,4 L Published: July 27 and August Bid documents, Plans and Specifications may be obtained at ~. ~Jl[~lkdl~l~ ~t~q~ U ~ ._.~r[lllf/[0#! i~ iring 3, 1983. the Arlington City Hall: "" ""':~ ~ "~ y - ':~a City of Arlington :::i MEDICAL CENTER ~!::~: !~=Z! ,, ~, No. 83 4 003704 City Hall 3rd & Olympic ,: .... "';F'L..~ * * ::t"~" " /' ~-2" ;~ $ary,.. Notice to Creditors Arlington, Washington 98223 :~. OMAOIVlAt"y Turning Point I- ll~rlll d['ll ~_,: :: i1 1 Pll~llll=l~l ~,-t. ,;~?~./: ' .~r', :2 t ~#" (] .'*G: ** ozing . Superior Court of Washington Bid documents, Plans and Specifications may be examined at ~ (Formerly Cady Drug) .~d:-~ AJ..I~ ~I.SlJ a a,___tL_ "i~: ~'~" /qlilUlll0 ~ t r~ ,- ,,.. ,, for Snohomish County. the offices of: i:" Drive-in Prescription Window mull 1477. in the Matter of the Estate of " Gary Parkinson Architect _-~'"~ ..t" .~ ~r,4 . = --'~: l~mm--ll~ ~.~l~- "-~-%. ~ .~ Paul S. Mitchell, Deceased. $27 Medical Dental Building 252-2153 .... r.:;': ........ ~ ...... :=2r~ ::~: &_q I;. 9R I 0 ::::':::: -- We Fea ture ~. Notlee is hereby given that Egerett, Washington 98201 ;: _ 7,1... ,,.. - ..... ~'d::.'~: ....... ~, ~..~-~ Compehtive Hometown Pr,ces the undersigned has been up- Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained upon .~ JohB& Shoten Billet ~'~ inlUCllng Parentlng ana .~ == pointed and has qualified as deposit of $25.00 per set, which will be refunded upon return of ~;':: Man l=ri 9 a m to 5'30 p m. ;.~'~ Health Education 435-$771 personal r~presentative of the the documents in good condition within fifteen (15) days after Bid .:: ...... ~..~;: -.='m.= ~;=.~ ":~ Sat.: 9 a.m. to2 p.m. ~'P.~ ....... ~'z~ . Open 7 Days A Week ab0ve-entitled estate; that all Opening. .:.. "" ~': _~ll~l~l~dL J~dL "~:~ btJnOays~= HOItCI~vS, 10am 5p m persons having claims against All proposals must be made on the regular forms provided for -::' " 326 $. $~|~Jlh "" "vte,~ uv,#~ ~'m~ ' 540 West Ave ff said decedent are hereby re- this purpose and must be accompanied by a Bid Bond or Certified ~.! =_it ..... for appointment . . quired to serve the same, duly Check in an amount not less than five (5) percent of the total ' ~-. Pro~essional Confidential Stlllaguarnlsh Square verified, on said personalamount bid. A one hundred (100) percent Corporate Surety Performance Bond will be required of the successful bidder to ~ 469 ff ff & representative or Bailey, Dus- kin & Metcaif, P.S., the attorneys of record, at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said court, together with proof of such service, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same shall be barred, except as to claims coming within the provisions of RCW 11.40.011 Hannah Mitchell Personal Representative 515 South Dunham Arlington, WA 98223 Bailey, Duskin & Metcalf, P.S. Attorneys for Estate P.O. Box 188 Arlington, WA 98223 Published: July 27, August 3 and 10, 1983. guarantee faithful performance of the contract, t::::: Project is Federally Funded. Contractors and Sub-Contractors ,:.~F must comply with Executive Order 11246 as amended. Project is !!~ subject to M.B.E. participation. :~ ;:'~ -',-' OPTOMETRT CLINIC ,'*=:=:-- -, Pre-bid telephone conference regarding Federal require-."3..;! ""~'"" ments may be held by calling Compliance Officer, Snohomish .::.. '115N. MCLEOD ~::~..=t: County Grants Administration (206) 259-9521 prior to bid opening. Era ~-.'..".: The City of Arlington is an equal opportunity employer. Dr. Marvin Welt The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any irregularities or informalities. No bidder may withdraw ' his bid after the hour set for the opening thereof. The City further reserves the right to make the bid award as deemed in the best interests of the City. The right is reserved by the City to postpone contract award for a period of thirty (30) days after the bid opening. The Contractor will be required to comply with all Local, State, and Federal laws regarding equal employment oppot~an- ities in the performance of a public works contract. By Order of John Larson, Mayor City of Arlington Published: July 27 and Au[[ust 3, 1983 life White Horse this Directory i~ " ALL LINES OF INSUPA,~,Ck Ar hnq~,on Seattle 435-$775 824,4~386 P. O Box 280 113 Wesl Division Arlington, WA 98223