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PAOE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1953. \.\ " .......... % ...... " " - [i ! THE HALLER CITY'TIM , "- " i T .... (-" " ')" ................ r ' 't \ ol. LX\ l. l lmrscla3, Oct. 1, 1.)o.,. xo,,s Er ' % i I . Tab's'cription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho~ "~ nlsh County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, ;oJ f-''t"~ ii i I A~ashingtn'-bY THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. "~ i" ~ veaNou ",~ ~">... ~ i ~ i ! ..... ; " i 1 J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK, MARStt k ascmGrON 't).. i J C. CARPENTER ...... . . Editor & Mgr I-i I ; Entered, alon underaS 2nd ClaSSact matter, in 3,the Post Office at Arlington, Wash [~,i Roe // ~''k ._ ~i~I ,.e of March 1879 : I i ; ..... ! i ! There are numerous money-raising drives and calls for financial suI)l)ort for this and that cause, most of which are worthy and ne('essarv. llowever, the constant calls upon personnel for mak- ing the canvass and the repeated calls on individuals for money become bothers(m e and annoying. Since it is necessary that we all do our 1)art, accord- ing to our means, in support of the,, worthy iustitutions and organizations that are rendering great public service,' it ?T )uld seem tl!at where these "'d:'ives" can be eonsoli- dattd and all the flllld raised ill OllC drive, it is nlore Sell- sibte and time-saving. The United Good Neighbor Fmnl also has another advantage, in that those organizations wishing to partici- pate submit their budgets t()the U(IN board of directm's for approval. Since the UGN seeks to raise the fund for the many participating organizations, it is necessarythat every cit- izen of the county make a comribuiion acc.ordlng to his means. A folder has been prepared, which gives suggest- e(l amounts fo,r contribntions, ranging from $5.22 per year for the annual income of $1,566; $10.44 per )'ear for the annual income of $3,341, up to $250.38 for the income of $25,000. There is also a scale for industry and business to fig- ure their fair share of contribution. Since the job of organizing the fund raising cam- paign is a big one and the solicitation is time-consuming for the volunteer solicitors, it is suggested that in(livid- uals and heads of business institutions do their own fig-' uring, according to the chart and show a real willingness to co-operate in this work, thus making lighter the task of those who volunteer their time. It should be On[)ha;ized that, with the exception of the Polio drive, there will be no other fund-raising drive. The institutions and organizations which are includ- "Master Plan for Limitinglpose is to act as a general guide ~.ccess on Washington's High, {to the Commissioh as it makes ways" has been adopted by theJfuture decisions on limiting ac- Highway Commission. Its pur-! ~ess to state highways. [ "irst Baptist Church [102 West Third Street I Arlington, Washington I L. C. Everett, pastor li~,|~]t,l l[~/q~'L"*r~L'~)~ [ Sunday School 9:45 a.m. I Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Midweek Service Wednesday ed in the United Good Neighbor Fund are: American.Red Because ot space limitations, (!ross, American Cancer Society, Associated Lathe?an xnd problems of makeup in get- Welfare, Boys' Club, Boy Scouts of America, CampFire :inq the paler to pre~a, it is often found necessary to omit church Girls, Catholic Children's Bureau, I)eaconess Children's aotices. We regret this, but be. ttome, Parkland Children'sHome, Salvatiou Army, Unit- !ieve' the necessary emnounce- ed l)efense Fund, Visiting Nurses' Association, Volun-[ eeknentsifcanthe befollowingpUblishedruleseaChare followed: leers of America, Washington Children's Home Society,] Announcements to contain on. Y.M.C.A., Youth (?enter. " [ty: Name of church, address, It should also be pointed out that the UGN replacesI xame of pastor, time of service md sermon subject, All notices the Community Chest, and the reason for this is tlmt do-tie be in Times office by 2 p.m. nations to the Conmmnity Chest had dwin'dled to a point that it was una'ble to support adequately_ the organiza- lions participating, making,it necessary for them to stage their individual fund-raising drives. So, Folks, use the chart, and have 3"our contrilmtion ready when the solicitor arrives. Fire Departments Organized For Civil Defense Civil Defense Fire Services- The S t a t e o f Washington's SULLIVANS MOVE TO EASTERN WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Sullivan left here for Paseo this week, ex- pectihg to make their home in the Eastern Washington city, near their daughter and her fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Reinig. Mr. 'Sullivan, who has been employed by the State Highway department, retired .this week. He states that he has lived in the Arlington district for forty- seven years. O In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for Hat Blockin~ and Cleaning Fire chiefs from eleven west- ern states, Hawaii, Alaska, Ja- pan, the Philippines and Canada, eonvening in their 53rd annual meeting, heard Eisenbacher urge the building of auxiliary mobile fire teams to insure maximum protection in large scale emer- gencies. "move-up" plan for fighting fires.incident to major disastersl was explaineit by C. J. Eisen-i bather, State Fire Coordinator, to the Pacific Coast Intermoun- tain Association of Fire Chiefs in Tacoma recently. Eisenbacher pointed out that the plan developed by this state would put 37% of all equipment and trained firemen west of the Cascade mountains into a single disaster area in less than 4 hours. "This plan," he said "could enlarge any city's fire. fighting resources by 167 pump- ers and 2,392 firemen but would still leave every community in western Washington with some fire protection." I I I II LEGEND -~'~" EST&StJSED LtMtTED &CCE$$ m AUTHOIqlZ~rD OR RECOMMF.NDF0 LIMITED ACCESS We have shipped our last car of lumber from our mill on the Arlington Airport, prepara- tory to poving to our new millsite, and have quite a lot of lmnber on hand which we are of- fering at evening, 7:30 p.m. Firemen and Hear About ] Of the Profe Molie, n ~Jicture.~, ta Fire School a! Yal~ m and anolhor on re ;c~ Civil Defense, were I Thursday night to fi eiLy officials and the lhe fire department lers, to show what gO annual fire schools al of training firemen a: lhrouffh the Slate Educalion program. S e~ c Jp akers al,.o expk ladies the lhat have been set~ lhe widows and or the induslrial insura: lief and benefit old age retirement Following the ments were served, sandwiches, salad, cake. Paul Parkhurst, Director of Snohomi was present an( movie projector. report on the tion, explaining mutual aid program, possible to put fire rescue units, first aid and supplies into stricken by sudden Mr. Parkhurst fire protection servR state of Washington highest in the also that the volu because of the tra rank high in effi, An act pertaining to limited access matters was passed by the 1947 session of the legisla- ture but its provisibns allowea access to be limited only on new dghway locations. Under the la~ as amended by the 1951 legisla. and such other traffic movements incidental to leaving or entering the highway. Thus, the aim of the tIighway Commission in its limited access program is 1ore-- dace accidents and to protect the in reducing the fication, thus mah savings to property insurance premiums. Firemen Hunt ture. it is possible for the Com- public's investment in its high- For Scene of mission to control access and way system by increasing the egress to a highway built on a number of vehicles the highway Firemen answered new location by simple resolu- can carry and thus to extend Saturday afternoon lion. On a highway where access the useful life of the highway. Creek road, where a is to be restricted on an exist- In the past fifteen months, five tractor was on fire. ing highway, however, it is nec- public hearings have been held ment belongs to Lau essary first to hold a public covering portions of existing litner, and was on tht hearing on the matter, highways that were to be con- road, which connects : Under a limited access plan, sidered for access control. Twen- ton Heights and Rad entrances and exits along the ty-seven miles of highways were road. highway are limited to points considered at those hearings and The gas and oil rl ~l" ill ~ I ill I Ill I I I I COME AND GET IT WHILE IT LASTS tuesdays. Arlington & Lakewood Methodist Churches J. P. Porter, minister Morning Worship: Lakewood 9:45 a.m., Arlington n:0o a.m. Sermon: "A Love Feast with Je- sus." Youth Fellowship 7 p.m. Holy Communion at the wor- ship service. Silvana and~Lakewood Parish The Lutheran Free Church O. J. Haukeness, pastor Silvana: Saturday, Oct. 3rd--Confirma- tion class in the parsonage 10 a.m. Sunday October 4th: Sunday School and Bible class 10 a.m. Divine Worship 11 a.m. Wednesday, October 7th--La- dies' A2d 2 p.m. Mrs. Gusta Ot- tem, Mrs. Gordon Reese, and Mrs. Joel Pederson will be hostesses. Lakewood: Sunday, October 4th --- Divine worq~ip 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Congregational Church "Enter into his gates with determined by traffic require- thanksgiving, and into his courts ments and placed so as to inter- with praise." Ps. 100:4. fere with through traffic as little as possible. The degree of access Christian Science )ermitted will vary from select- First Church of Christ, Scient- ed points to a plan of complete ist, Fourth and Dunham streets, control whereby no access what- Sunday School 11 a.m. Sunday ever will be permitted except at~ Service 11 a.m. daces where special traffic in- Wednesday testimonial meet- terchange facilities will be built ing 8 p.m. by ,the Department of High- Reading room, Church edifice, was s. open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Experience throughout the na- Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:45 tion has demonstrated that con- to 7:45 p.m., except legal holt- siderable reduction in number ofI days. accidents occurs when access i~! The subject of the Lesson-Ser- limited to specific points on con- men for Sunday, October 4, is: gested portions of highway sec- "Unreality." tigriS. Too, the number of ve- -------- hicles a highway will carry is Church of Jesus Christ. considerably increased because of Latter Day Saints of the elimination of cross traffic Sunday School 10 a.m. at V.F. W. hall. in addition 25 miles of highways siderab!e damage to on new locations were estab, before it was lished by the Commission as lim- As has happened ited access highways. The total recentlv, the firemen mileage of state highways cov-] incomt~lete directions ered by access control to date is~ isis who passed the 260 miles. Jim Creek Road" It is noted on the maps and preted in several wa key accompanying same that the case the firemen I ,ok recommended limited a c c e s s the Radio Station, th~ highway system includes pri- to the scene of the fi mary and secondary highways When a rural fire extending from a junction with complete information 99 south of Puyallup through tion should be given, Renton, Woodinville to Arlington, one should wait on where the connection is made iroad for the fire eq~ with l-E, the later being thetrect them to the sc Arlington-Island junction roadt soon to be widened and repaved.] In Arlington - i Also there will be a limited ac- KII,L, OLIGt~ CI tess highway from 1-A at Hart. for ford to Cavalero's corner. , ALTERAT Seventh-Day Adventist Church M. M. Mohr, pastor Sabbath School 9:45; Devotion- al services 11 a.m. Prayer Service Wednesday, at 8:00 p.m. Church located on corner of Burke and Talcott at. head Lincoln bridge. DARRINGTON CHURCHES: Darrlngton Methodist Church O. I. Borseth, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m., evening, service 7:30 p.m. Catholic Church (Darrington) Mass every Saturday at 9 a.m. Calvary Pentecostal Darrington Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn- ing worship, 11; children's church, 7 p.m., evangelistic ser- vice 7:30 p.m. First Baptist Church Darrington, Wash. Chas. F. Brown, pastor A. D. Brokaw, minister q Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. B. Y. F. 7 p.m. Pzeaching Service of Worship, 11 a.m..Inlservice 8 p.m. recognition of World Wide Com- Mid-week service Thursday munich Sunday the Lord's Sup- night, 7:45 o'clock. per will be celebrated. The Com- munion Meditation by the min- ister, "From East and West, and from North and South." Our Savior's Lutheran Church Burke & Newberry Edwin Sandvig, pastor Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 9:45 a.m. Worship service Church of God of Prophecy Commercial Ave. and Cascade St. Darrington, Wash. J. R. Rainwater, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ing Worship 11. Evening Wor- ship 7:30. Wednesday, prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m. iat 11:00 a.m., with Holy Corn- Friday, Young People's Service munion; a message from the (V. L. B.) 7:30. :Gideons; sermon theme, "Them---- "-:~ ----- Lord In Liturgy," based on the] ~A-- ~'~,~,~,~ o,0~ o___~ wo,~,~ I~~ W: Silvana-Lakdwood I/j z J. H. Myrwang, pastor I Zion Lutheran, Silvana: I i. r Saturday, Oct. 3--9:00 a.m.,]l ~x~.) Confirmants meet. J r Sunday, Oct. 4---9:45 a.m., Sun day School. 11:00 a.m., Worship Services. First Lutheran, Lakewood: Saturday, Oct. 3---11 a.m., Con- firmants meet. Sunday, Oct. 4---10 a.m., Sun- day School. Catholic Church Father James H. Deady, pastor Sunday Massses: Arlington--9 a.m. every Sun- day. Stanwood--8 and 9 a.m. every Sunday. ~ights Community Church George Eylander, pastor Sunday School at 10 a.m. Sunday services at 11 a.m. Eve. ning services at 7 p.m. Free transportation. " SNAH.NAH-MAY We started out by getting the Christmas Cards to sell. We started the meeting.The secre- tary called the roll. We talked about the Friendship Tea. Then we went to work On our folders. We had doughnuts and maple bars.---scribe, Vera Grove. ,O WE-TO-MA-CHICK CAMP FIRE We-to-Ms-Chick Camp Fire Girls met at the home of Mrs. Munizza, our leader. We elected ofifcers: President, Patty Sather; vice-president, Colleen Robb; sec- retary, Ann Walker; treasurer, Mary Lqu Dunning; scribe, Linda Terjeson. Corinne Orton brought the treats and we played games.--- hlnda Terjeson, scribe. Pin money can be yours--with the aid of want ads in The Arlington Times and Shopper. Surely you hove outgrown toys, discarded fur- niture. "'antiques" and many other saleable objects around your home. JUST PHONE-- Just lift your phone receiver and call 493 to place a want ad... simple isn't it... and it may mean extra cash for you. Times and shopper want ads reach 4,000 families in the Stillaguamish Valley every week. Your,friends know the value of want ads.., the cost is low only 65 cents for 22 words. Phone 493 now and charge it. i tlr Arlingtmt i imrs and Shopper t many localities have