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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASHINGTON, TItURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1953. .PAGE THREE Cases Reported iugust 14th, seven cases have been reported to County Chapter Foundation for Paralysis, stated Anders secretary for the local Who cautioned that Aug- )tember are usually hig h polio months, eases could appear be- end of summer and that precautions should be ldersen stated that theI the local Chapter re- )roximately 75 polio receiving finan- for the paymen~ il and hospital expenses. in this number are pa- ricken in 1947, some of ]uire periodic examina- expensive surgical up- correct disabilities re- om their attack of po- connection, several operations have Washington Boy Designers Win are financed entirely contributions of the People to the Annual Dimes Campaign held Uary, and it is the pledge aflndation that no polio tlaall want for adequate and hospital treatment 'ant is due to financial Seven patients reported, female and one male, limits of 6 to 33 years, nt resides in Everett, ., Everett, one at Alder- Ior, one at Marysville, 4, Everett, and two in of Edmonds. ----O mration I Announced Vet $1 million of federal as been earmarked for and Washington state anizations to assist of forest fires during fiscal year. The funds nual allotment under McNary Laws of 1924. Will receive $591,056 lngton $541,227, the qce announced today. other states and the of Hawaii receive fed. 9nt~'ol funds. |eral.state cooperative has been in existence : The objective of orig- [ation strengthened by 1924, is to assist in pro- adequate system of fire for private and other ~1 timber lands. Funds ed by Congress are ad- I through the Forest the states where direct tes are made by state ePartments. ,1 Forester J. Herbert nted out that about % il annual timber cut in I is produced in Oregon !ington. Protection of 01e resource is essential ~al and national econ- Said. Westland at hcNc ~an Jack Westland ~t on the accomplish- ~ate, of the Eisenhower 'ation at the Annual the S~cond District Re- , pn Sunday, August 23, ~, at Cranberry Lake, ass State Park. ~l~n elected officials eaders will be present, ?ord attendance is ex- this first picnic in its when the District ~epresented by a Re- ~Ongressman. ____.____ rlot Timber i WINNERS in the annual model car competition of the Fisher Body on patients at ;i Craftsman,s Guild are Bob Gross (upper right), of Colfax, who took "of the March of first state honors in the Junior Division (ages 12 through 15), and far this year. iGary A. Graham of Bellingham, whose beautiful model car won first in of the National ithe Senior Division (ages 16 through 19). Each received a cash award !of $150, and Graham's model went on to take regional honors and a chance to win a university scholarshiPP ~ the national competition. _ National Forest [- -.- .... "[ . . L.Ztl I Wt.)I.)I.3 I Receints Chmb I Mrs. Hilde, corr.I r I I Phone 2117 [ Nearly $37.5 million~a recordlKavlors E~l~hrat~ high was deposited in the Fed-is0t-h Anniver--rv- --" sa _ eral Treasury by 19 national .... a - WashinII Mrs. Vera Lucllle Ontwater of mrests in uregonna g- . . Kansas City, was a week-end ton during the fiscal year endlngi.uest .~ ~r...~,~ ~.~ w~