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ORDINANCE NO. 438 Estimated ditm " The " " M I A Am,eu,,c4 I .N ...... I ARLINGTON HTS. li nn,,uvv i] Course , A,r .o. 9 iono/r~q|O /~'IV V~i OF -~V.~. ~.GTON. W I~GTON., n$-uv r.~z a~w ........ ~,~~ * J~ur~la , t)ctober IZ l~OI [ 1.ne ano aaontln, WtheA~ud.et oz aaldl -- i Mrs. J. B. Norman, GE 5-2329 1| bUUNII II~ w . sv l Y ...... The August report of the, homish with 45, Peter Poortingal w~n for /~'g'~-Ar"I~2 a~d l*v~s[ l,ra0. 0| ................. II ....... I|ror uraauate nur sl hlohomish County Dairy Herd] of Marysville with 44.9 Frank| th_e~r. ..... __ ~,,~, ,~ [CUI~_~A__T_I~. L~_SI~gtgVlB i The Arlington Heights Im-[i nnHaaru n II - ~.^oh~. ^.. .... ...... I medical, surgical, orthopedic, .mprovementAssoclatlonshowsl .... ,S h 9 th ~.6.]O~LoFTaxVOWNO~^maSO~ON:lmUmate, l,,m, Iprovement Clu, b met at theirll II ......................... Igeriatrlc, obstetrm and pedla. nat there were 63 herds with I LlOyd J~arKer oz Arlington wire| Section 1. That the b~dget ~or the I Gsneral '/~es (2 mills o~ I nail on ~amraay evening with J J IJ uutc ~urse~ w~u ue ox~ereu uc- j t~te na|~t~ ]=~,afro~h,se tHr]~ntc 3877 cows on test with an aver- I 39.8, Gerrit Kosters of Snoho- [ year Isygas..fin~l~. determined ann| $1.~.I~:Q0) ............................ #~.~.Z$[ a good attendance. President II B,, AS ~-*~ I I tober 17 to November 9 by the ! --'~ ~-" .... ~." ................... * Inlxeu is in MI~ iOllOWms su~ ~dll~ & - ----w are as age of 948 pounds of milk and[ mlsh With 39, nad Laurence [amounts to wit: ] ~,~]Roy Richardson announced the I L ][ University of Washington [ . sig.n to enerai medical o6.7 ~ounds of butterfat ~er I ~srooerson ox ~warysviue with ] CURRENT EXFENSI~ FUND [ Eat[motel ExnendRur,~ I appointments of Harold Bissell I ....... | ~~,~ T ...... .... x,.....,..., i ann surgical units for practice co-, ~,~.~.,..n;..~, ,,. ^~ ~,~,'~, | 38.7. | Estimated Income I Transfer to C~t/~ent ~,~nse ! as buildin~ chairman and that I ~ennem tsross, r~xtensmn I ........s ........ -~,,,g. | with opportunity urovided to Count~"~en~ 2~es~" o~f~e~i ] The top produczing cow corn- I B~aunCe ~n h~dxd.;i.~i ........ ~,lS0~.~ ] Fund for Capital Ou~y .... ~,~S I Of Mrs. H~rolg Bisseli as Sun- I Dairy Specialist, listed some | ... Th, e course, conducted by Mrs. I ohserve in other bin[col areas. " - -' " .... - -" -" ......... . tteglna L;levelana, r~.i~, is fie- recordsare compiled in ac- I pletmg a 305 day record during [ M?~.r Veht.c]_. [case Tax .... [ $3,~"2S | shine chairman for the commg I hints for dairymen now that the |,i,,.,...~ ~ ............. - .... I Refresher course students cordancewith the rules and [ the month was aged cow own- [ Fi~ x~izg~n~~ ...................... ~'~0~'~0 [ Estimated ?a~eom~m~~E rVND | .year. Please call Mrs. Bissell [ major part of field work is corn- [ n~t"recent'l-"b~en~emulo--e~ld]n [ will meet Tuesday, October 17 regulations adopted by the Sno-I ed by Everett Winter with 21,- J Ge~,~llT.~s (O'"m'ff/s'"on ...... V [ Revenue $120OO00[| iafmYoU Know eOZ any illness/[ pleted. They are passed along|[ nursing toy re acqua~ntYthem[ [ from 10-12 a.m. and on October homish County, DHIA Board, [ 170 pounds of milk and 9611 $ , ......... ) 1~1~4 5|Transfer iromo~b~e .............. g y r n "ghb s. for information of dairymen. ~. ' ". .. 17 at Harborview Hall, King Washington State D~HA, ap-[ pounds of butterfat. Other high [Tele,h,,,"Dog LicensesFra~oh,~, ............... " 300aTs~o[00 Reserve Fund ............................ 308008| A large group of parents ofl It is a ~ood time to do that[Wv,,~,th current, ..... nursing,,, ,..^,...~practice" ....... ]County Hospital," 9th Ave. and p oved and supervised by the ] cows in this group were own- [ Building Permits 750OO [ $1508000[ Boy Scouts and Cubs were in [ building of a new loafing shed ]~,, h .... ;,~ .... ......... ,.... [ Jefferson St., Seattle. Otherwise United States Department of I ed by Walt Spane, Cathcart I g~seumbln~ccPue.~r~mnl~ i~'"i'~ .... 1~.~ | EsUmated Expenditures / attendance. They were assured ] or calf shed you've been think- ] observationn and chartin"~ reed ] classes will he held on Tuesday, agriculture and Washington I Valley Dairy, Riverside Hol- | Gas Permits p y r rra m .... ~'.~ IS .a~ne~ .......................................... gS,:~.~ / that the Improvement Club was / ln~, about Considerin~ loafin~ / ............. ,. .... ~'.^ ..~ | Wednesday and Thursday from .................................. W I .aoor ......................................... ~h~/. ~d~J b b b IC~tlOll~ ~tIl~lJ[lU~ ~Slllguctlt~ UJ. , State University. I stem Farm, Earle Bmley and I P.U.D. Excise Tax .................... 1,OO0.08 | fer to Current ~pe~e ]happy to continue to sponsor / sheds for a minute, Ken advised | [ 1 to 3 p.m. Ward pracUee will 'Ph,a tnn h~rd in +h,~ ,m~11 | Son, Oliver Nelson and Steffen I P.U.D. Occupation Tax .......... 1,~OO.OO | Fund in 1lea of office ex- the various oath or anizations " .. . be from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at h erd'~div~ston~'was owned ~Y[ Farm. I Tr~sfderin'~m oWaot~f~/~Se:xer | Mpa~n~e, ~tC.o~r..__~]p.....:g 3.00.OO[ and that they club ~oau]d Tel-[ da/fYrr~ne~ t~;;:2ko~b~t~l~intheI rab~iUotn lctanA~j:rUptcChapget~y ] C~olula~d, G~neral, Doctors, King Plat Strand or Arlington with | In the two year old class the | pense etc............................... 7 208.OO/ Dump " " 1 3o0 081come the active participation of/available before actually put-! ........ I y, orthwest Memorial, pounds of butterfat average | high cowswere owned by Lloyd I Trl~nnslf~ru fro~a o?f~cebage~x~l~: | [ay~o]l Taxes ............................ 1~.~ | the parents. | tang up anything. In Snoi~omish | ~a:n cUu~rgeI nne on .,m.e pro?uc- / Providence, . Swedish, University ~r cow. Followed by HermanlHansey, crank t~uemr, ~verett| etc ............................................ : 30oo.oo[~'Yr~nY~'er'~0L:~g';,g-'i~;g~g .... ] It was announced that the Ar- / County a couple of dairymen |o,., +~o...,~;v~,~t.~..,~l~,~,~lana vlr.ginla ~.ason riosplmm .... . .... o- ---- . . u,t, ta.~., t~ aujuot tsl~ ~,lutvlll in ~eattle De lnnin W l~osse of Snohomlsh with 42.2, [ Winter, Earle Barley and Son [T~.ans.~.er from .Airport Fund | FUnd .......................................... 1,080.OO| lington Heights Improvement [have modified versions of loaf-]con'---* ' .......... ,....~, ..... ]- -.. 7 .g g ednes. ueorge Klein of Marysville with [ and Gale Wallace. | eL ueu ox ohms expense, 2 "r~atm|Capltal Outlay ............................ 3'080-0|club will again sponsor a series ling sheds with individual cow [~,, i~:~':..'..'~' ~",.~$~'~.~"~'~.~ ]nay, october is. .9, Ed Beetchenow of Monroe I Top cows In the three year [ Fire District No. 21 ................ 1.200.00 | $1~ O8O.OO | of card parties at the hall, start. /stalls built into them. The cows ]rn,ahn~,~ | G aduate nurses ehglble for With 34 7, Wm Boyden of Mon- / old class were owned by Everett !Ambulance service .................... 1,200.00 / GAmaAG E ERV~ rt~D | ing October 20 at 8"00 m] still have the Ireedom of the]---~'""~'~" . . . [ licensing as Registered Nurses " " " " Renr~ E R S P. . . roe with 32.9. Winter Llovd Hansev A1 Weis. | ...... :;:2:"~:==:;=:;:2 180.oo | Estimated Income [ Pinochle is the choice ol most [loafing shed and also enjoy the | Ken brou.ght out ano.ther, ira-[in Washnlgton may enroll in the , . . . -- .... ,- ............... ,-m~,v~ Balance on hand ..... $SOO.OO - ' portant point to tnlnK about course The fee "s In the 26 to 40 cow division haupt, Oliver Nelson, Gale Wal- [ Reserve General Fund ........ 3 308.25 | Investments ................. 1 44O ~0 | players, but if you prefer a dlf. | privacy of the individual stalls. / ......... [ l~ $15.00, pay- high herds were owned by John lace, A. R. Knight and Olaf [ ~ [Transfer from "i~ri~e"i~nci I',0a0:OO |ferent game, make up a table/And reports are that it saves [~)eu~~ .~teravuauy gets. nere. ] able in advance either by mail I(empma of Granite Falls with Strand /Estimated gx~nditures~' "~| :/of your friends and come. All |bedding, too. That is certainly [. _ g tn._winter, masuus can lor between 9:30 and 10 a.m. on - ~v~v.w .... taKe oII liKe a scarea quarter- Oct b 46.8, Henry Graafstra of Marvs- In tl'e four year old class ]General Government | ........ ~._ ...........' ]are welcome. Pmochle scores la big advantage in itself.| .......... I o er 17. V "--" " -" " ' Dog Catcher ~,,.,~u ~,.~,~,,,~ ar k t . DaCK. Anu lI you aon t nave . . _ille with 42.1, Mike Schons of top cows were owned by John | Salary ~000 ]Transfer to Garbage Fund.... $3,080.00 / .e ep. for a 10 weeks series | Ken said caring for the young[a "-o -' .... ,, ,.o, [ Further Information may be ~onroe with 42.1, T. A. Roetci- Kempma Stanley Ulmer Svend| Dog L~tcher .............. | ~[witn prizes at the end ior me]stock in the winter is just as/~o~" w'~v'~:,t'n~'~n'nd~ -,p~'~'~[obtained from the School of ' ......... ni nes s or " s o ..... . .......... ~,,,~- , ~Soender of Everett with 40.3, Larsen, Gerrlt Kosters and Riv-| Expense.=...: ........... 250.oo / PARK l~Jh'~ | g t C es. ~mauer prize /important as caring for the |really kncu,kq dawn nrnfit~ [ Nursing, Unlvermty of Wash- red Rtcci of Monroe with 39.8, erside Holstein Farm [ L~sp~yu~erz ...... ]Estimated Income [are awaraeo at the end or eacn lproducers He says calves don't/~.-=:(.~;ff:'~g;--,.~.7.7::.'.:..,.Y:Z2-;7" 1 lngton, LAkevlew 4-6000, ext. . . . " oa ary .................. a,~u.~ Balance on hand 10000 " " ~a~aj, ~t ~ u~lUxup~y wu~r~- M Elliott of Arlington with o / Postage & Office |'~rnn *, ~--, c~,ggg~ ............... $ levemngs play. Mo.A. HartleYlneed much, but they do needh...~,~., ...... , ........ n .... ]3402. .................... . . . 111~ 11111~111~ ~==LI~AI[.,PlIIUIIL ~I.IIL~, L411" . ~, and Sld Staswlck of Ever- [~ ....| ~ ....... t [ _supplies::..: ....... 1,a0o.oo | Expense Fund ........................ 1.OO0.O0[will be cnalrman~or theflrst/somethmg to cut tbe wind andln~c~ssarv barnyard uddor in ] t~t With 388 q~U~IJCIOC/[V|~C~ / "frea:surer-wierg ..... [ {ser!es, wire Mrs. u/oruon team-ira[n A lon~ shed oven on the lli:L-_L--fff~,-Z-:."~--Z.~:7-=; 2~'~1 " ~ | ~allLry .................. a~O 00 " $1 lo0 O0 /0an In" char e of rlzes" and" " ~-" . . ' -- /JtAIIU~ tll~:~t C~tU~t~ lllUbt UI. tllC Bruce Douglas of Snohomish AL liL...J|---J I Insurance ................ 2',5OO:08 I Estimated Expenditures ' " t --o-es g P I south with ind~vidual calf pens I mastitis trouble I -- Was high in the 41 to 60 cow~L ~L]~UI~IIU I Attorney Salary 1,20000 [Labor $30000[ ~c r . I built in, sure does the ~ricK I .-. "_ I I ~1 Special Building 30000 Matnt "&'"~r ............................ 25'00 .... tsy using goo~management iv[siGn with 44 7, followed b . ................................ Thesecard parties have been mcely. And it s relatively low ..... .... .,Y Specml Gospel Services will] Police Judge [Capital Outlay ............................ ~75"[the ma;or source of income[ ...... Th~ cold doesn't hurt[practlces--sterllhzlng equlpment[ r~W~i~lll teIfen ~arms oI Monroe wire bo~in in the V F W hall at [ Salary ...................... 9GO.00 I -- I J I ~Jn co~t,e I ~.~,~ ,~;,,b-; ..... h..~A. ~...~ I mm ~ ~ Um U {38, ~...,,~,q .... n Lar~en., of Stan-=';~ ";......... " " " ! Civil Defense 24600 I $1IOOOOl for the club for a number of I calves so much in the winter I ~"'~. v-~?,,~ -v..~,~-~,~ ,~,u| --v m w ~ii ~m~ ~.::~, ........... wooulano, issue oi ~mnwooa, I Building Inspec~r " [ ,~,~oav ~BLIOaTION' " I "~rs an~ ,,-,,- ~,,,~,,..-* o,,~ o~ I _~ ~^ ~h ...... ;,.n ~.~n ao,~,~ I rOCKS in tne cow lOt you can I ~a wire ~no BAn ~arms --~,-~--~ -- ,* .~, , -, .,,,--- ~v,,,,-- ,,,,,~ ---- ,~ u,, ~,,~-v ,~,,,,, ~,-,-, ~,~,,,v , ,. az, - g on the Sllvana road), Oct. 12, at I salary ................. 1.0s0 00 I BOND R~D~mTION FUND I tendance is solicited I --ens It's these cold, wet con [ keep mastitls causes to a mini- ] youraelf with Saf~o'g : naonroe with 42, Al. Craven 7:45 p. m. The services will I Planning cornElS- ITransferEStimated Incoma ] " ] v " " " " " I mum. ] mort - " . " ld v with 397 siGn 150ooo auk ditlons that many times gives ey saving A][ In One Sons of E erett ., continue every Tuesday and- -~ "=": .......... _~_.__ from Ourrent | P No. 40 Cub Scout Com-I . - ......... .. , " . 0Ward Rod of Stanwood with Thursda" " ] ~y~rl~ervme "" 2 ~'~ I Expense Fund .......... i~ ................ $1.261.25 | mittee will meet Thursday Oct. | calves pneumonia. ] ~no~ner, real na.noy tr.]cK. ~o | Homeowners Insurance! 2' ................... Special Tax Levy(2 z mUis ' help nanuie tee milk sanitation 6, and Bernard Houck of " " Health Officer loooo ' 19 at the home oI John King Man of ou dairymen have . ~ohomish With 37.6. ~nd hear"The Best News," andl Pu.bl.ishlng & Adver- ] I Congratulations are extended[COWS freshenmg now, and lflP.~ ..m_n the winter sto clip/ ...... ................... JERRYThe pubhc is invited to attend, - on $1,692.793.00) 3,808.70, Y Y roble i l i ' ' . 1;l~lng .................... z00.0o S OO0 ~ me ilanKs ana uaaers oI cows. Everett Winter of Monroe "Greatest Story. I Street Lighting .... 4 S00.OO [ ~stira=t~d ~.~nenditur~ $, .9~ ~ to Gary Hansen on being instal- I you have the space or can make l,r,~;~ L- .... **,-.~- ,~ ...... high [McAF~.R'g high in the large herd di- | Association of Wash-' I Inter~t-on-~nds ........ -- ........... $3.OOl.25 [ led as Master Councillor of I it available, Ken advised put- [ i~'"tur"~k~ee~s~ t"~e'~.~il"C'cl'eaner | .... - --.-- - mgzon Cities 11250 ,~ p ~ r~ ~x~, Artm~n u~nce with 47, followed by RUBBER STAMI~ rod Tax~-~ """ 1 ~',m I Bond ~,edempt.io.n .........:........... 1,0GO.00] Marysville Chapter of DeMolay I tang the new calves right into | ~..~ **.~, ,.~.,A,.~ ....... ~, .... / ....... Bailey and Son of Sno- Arlingtcm Printing Co. ~ oPao~fer'ence and ............ [ z~a~ki~'~anta~n~r'eresv910 00 [ on Saturday evening at' the | an open shed. Almost in the [ down~. ...................... 2" ~ ~-~mla ,*.. *,,,, .,,, | Training ............ 20o.00 /R~serv~'V ...................... ::::[[::[[[[[ 258:7o I Masonic Temple in Marysville. | same breath, he went on to say [, "'" . .......... ' ...... : / ~ ........ | IThose attending from the / the co[strum ~rom a ~resn cow 1 ~'t ~uu 5o $27 lU8 5o $5 069 95 .... ,~ ~:::::~::: ~::~,~ ~:-~v:~ %~: ~:~ |p,~,~, r~**.,~t,~ ' " ' " ] ................... ~ ' | Heights were his parentsMr. [ is pract~ca!ly liquid gold. You ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ !~:.:!: !~ii~::~ii:: ::~i~ ~,i~:i~::i~i~::!!~::::,:::::~ ::::~,~ ~i!!!~ F Special Police .... $200.OO / BOND RESERVE FUND /and Mrs. Harold Hanson, and]cant seh it anynow, ann when ~i~.~ I~i~ ~ii!~i~:,:::~i;~ili~iii;iii~i::i;~ ii::::i:ii~::/;::i!!i ~:::;:!:~i!:~!iii::i~);(;:i::~i!~:i: i~;!~!~ii~:ili!i:iii!~:i~i Police Salaries .... 14,760.00 IEstlmated Income Ihis brother Lyle, his sister andIYou give it to young calves, ~:.~.~I~ I~'."~ i~i~:i~!~::~i~iiiii;i~i; ~i! ~~ ~::: :/':~:~::i~?i!::~" Police .Training _---- |Balance on hand .....= ............. $13.355.111family, Mr and Mrs Bill IA1-[you're just filling them with ~I I& i~!~:i~iii~i~ ~ ~ I~:~II ::ii i uonierence . . 300.00 Transier Irom war~er ~ " " " i n . . ~:,:%:~:~::-:,:i~: :~ ~,~:: ~, :~ ,\~ ~ ,:~:.:: ,~,~.~ ,; Police De-t Main- | Sewer Fund 5sao0oIgreen Kathy and Laurie and/a host of needed vltam ns a~ d ~~ I ~t! ~:::~:~:;::.~:: ~:~ ~ ~iit:{~ ~'" er .............................. " " " ~minerals If ou have the ia- ~ ::~ .~ i~ ...... !!~ :--"!~.~-: .~ : tenance & op - |Investments ................................ 5,~49.89|~rom Arhngton, his brother and .. : Y ...... ~~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~ ~ ation .................. 1 200.00 IInterest on Investments ...... 115.00 | f~rnilv Mr and Mr~ W~vne cilities Iorireezlng tne leit- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~.~ ~{-)~ ~ ~ Patrol Car / I ....... " ............. "- , o ea It will ~~ ~ ~ii~ ~ ~']~ ~' ~: -" ~ ...... ~': ' " " n nd Cher le Alsoovers it s a g od ~d . ~ .~ ,:~: ~ ~, ~ /Estimated Expenditnres Ipresentwere Mr and Mrs keep ~ust flne, and y IIII~IIII~WII~J.-~'III~ Expense .............. 1,000.00 $25,000.00 Hanso a Y " " " when ou ...... :~ " ~ "~~ $17,460.'--I---~ $17,460.00 IReserve ................................ $35,000 0o I Flo-d Wa~,ner whose son Carl"have a calf that acts a little / i i ! [] / Fire Protection / ~1 wass ansi'ailed as Assistant sick he'll welcome that nutri- ..... FID?rllC~lis and $300000 [WATER& SEW~B REVENUE iiogfDIScribe Treasurer, and their tious medicine. I. Fire Dept':"~4raini'ng ' " FUND daughter, Ruth. Mrs. Waylan Many dairymen around the II [] .I ill IW1 _.& Conference .. 400.00 I Balance on hand ...................... $13,265.00 Starr and Judith and Juanita state are opening silos now I iam I aml II ra~n~en~P~. ma:n . I Transfer from Water & Norman were also nresent, both bunkers and uprights Ken I mm mm/ t n ~ "~'" ~ ~_~ ~n I Sewer Fund .................... 31,695 5O " sa s most dair men ease their ~ii~';~:~ii:.~..~-'.::!: ~:~i~t~ a_io.......................... Mr and Mrs Bill Lilgreen Y ~ .Y " ~:~ .....~ ....... : :.~?~~i: :.?.:..i, Fire D?pt. I $4408050 - " .... " .......... cows onto tins new type of ............ ~ III/i Hyd ant Rental .. 45o.oo I ~/~Af2,V~ .................... $3~'0~'0~ .from theirchiommeo~heDHeights little hay when the pastures Ii I IIII II "$6,773.60 8,'/73.601 se.e P .................... 13'12550 to ~ne. j o ....... g: get short and then start giving I I / I i [] []W // Ambulance Service I' ................................................. ~on l-llgnway anu tee ~rnot +~.~.. ~ li*1~ ell~ra A~d thi~ i~ I I I i ~ ~ mum ~ ~ g~l / / .............. $3oooo I secuon 2 For me purpose$~o~f'r:~ road, 7h:reFlthen~ h~Vest~ien ce~a'inl;'~e right way "to'go II I III ~ IIIII II Transfer to AmI iI ii I h,,l~r,~ ~,,r-~,~ ling the sum of $25,486.85 for the station. ~ II I --Fu-nci" ...... 90000 Current Expense Fund Street Fund The Andrew ~wanston' home friends, Mr and Mrs F G e ................... [~and Cumulative ~'erve General .... ~ ......D,~I~ .... ~ ~ ~, ~ ,, ~" Wh re and how can you usc Land Bank Loans on your ranch I Fund, as heretofore fixed and deter- was a Dusy one over me weeK- ,~,c,,~, ,,,,o~,,,,s, ..,, .-~ ,..,, O O Maybe you think there's no difference in water heaters except the size of the tank. Eaint so. Natural gas water heaters are best --and here's why. A gas water heater can give you MORE hot waher--FASTER. Gas is the PDQ fuel- Powerful, Dependable, Quick. You'll have plenty of hot water for the automatic washer, the dishwasher, and baths for the whole family. Your gas wa r heater wiU last longer, too, and won't need costly repairs. Why not treat y0urself to LOTS of hot water? Call your authoriz l gas appliance dealer today. In Cooperation With EL PA O NATURAL COMPLY Wholesale Suppliers to I CORPORATION Library Servlce $1,200.00 $1,208.00 mined, the Town Council of the end. Coming on Saturday were where he is a prominent orch- or farm? With a sound purpo~c in mind you can qualify in Transfer to Town of Arlington hereby makes, de- Mr. Swanston's sister and has- ardist. They were on their re- many, many ways: to buy land, livestock, new equipment; m Library Fund $900.08 clares and levies the sum of $25.486.85 .... or 15 mills on the assessed vaiua- band, Mr. and Mrs. Zeek Hol-turn trip from a vacation on Snohomish County construct farm buildings; to pay taxes, refinance existing loam~ Library Assoc. tion of said town against all the bert, of Ellensburg, to spendVancouver Island, real and personal property within the week-end. Coming ,on Sun-Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bissell. pay debts; to install irrigation or improve land. And there a~ (2 mills on said town for the various funds here- $1,699,123.00) .... 3,385.60 tofore mentioned and all of which day to celebrate the birthdays accompanied by Mrs. Doris Bis- many reasora why Land Bank Loans are preferable: low inferrer $4,285.60 4,285.60 is to be raised by taxation upon the Of Mrs. Bud Valliant and Mrs. sell and Mrs. J. D. Wood, Parks property within the said town. John Vail[ant, were Mr. Swan-'Olympia, drove to Yakima cest; long terms; prepayment without penalty; and helpful treat Transfer to Park Section 3. For the purpose of rats- ston's sister and husband, Mr.where they were the overnight when Fou deal with men who know farming mad ranchin& Fund ................. $1,000,00 lag the gum of ~S0~,70 for the Gen- M1~.nt eral ObUgatlon Bond Redemption and Mrs. Lindstrom, Mt. Vern-guests on Saturday of Mrs. 1,000.00 Fund am heretofore fixed and deter- on. Other guests were Mr. and Wood's- daughter, Mrs. Betty Transfer to General Obllga- mined, the "/?own Oouncll of tile Mrs. John Vail[ant, Bryant, the Toloiia. Mr. and Mrs. Bissell YOU CAN @LEt A LAND BANK LOAN tion Bond Redemption Town of Arlington hereby makes, de- 51 offi#~ i# Idaho, ~Montana~ Fund (Street Lights) ...... 1,281.~5 eiares and levies the sum of $3,- Bud Valliant family, Arlington, returned Sunday afternoon, HERE, a, Or#god and Wa~hinMoa capital outlay .......................... 3,845.55 808.'/0 or 2~ mills on the assessed accompanied by Tom Thomas- leaving the others for a longer valuation of enid towed against all son, and Mrs. Harley Tester visit They report a beautiful the real and personal property sub- LIBRARY FUND Ject to bonds within said town for ~ind baby son. trip through the mountains. ~ID|~AL rAND |ANK ASSOIA1OH Estimated Income the fund heretofore mentioned and Guests of the M. A. Hartley's with all the fail foliage and Transfer from Current ~- all of whlch is to be raised by tax~- and John Lilloren's from Satur- some snow in Snoqualmie Pass. 2919 Wetmore pease ~dnd ............................. $900.00 tlon upon the property subject to Rentals .......................................... 100.00bonds within the said town. day until Monday were old Mrs. Fred McDonald, former EVERETT, WASH. Section 4. This ordinance shall be day of October, 1961. long time resident of the ~ lv~ Estimated Expenditures $1,000.00 In full force and effect after its pas- WOODROW wl~rJY, Heights, was a guest for a week Alplz~ 2.8763 &,~ ~ ~1~ sage, approval and publication ac- Mayor. recently at the Ed Chris[an Richard Rose, Manager Maintenance & Operation.... $1,000.00 cording to law. Attest: home Mrs. McDonald now $1,000.00 PASSED by the Town Council and HELEN BERGAN, Clerk. FIRE DEPT. CONSTRUCTION FUND APPROVED by the Mayor this 2nd PUblished Oct. 12, 1961. makes her home in Yakima. Estimated Income Balance on hand ...................... $30,000.00 Sr W~4~.~,~.:~,~.,~.v~,%~ - f2 "' Tord in for/962 Caplt. outlay .......................... $3o.ooo.oo I groduces AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND Estimated [acorn. tWO distingu new serges: Tran~er from Current Expense 1rand ........................ $900.00 ~ tt~j/~.~.~,~ Galaxie ~ Ga axie//500 '- / -u. . ,% ,, ~ ,%,. . ...... .~ ~. " .'~. ~'.:.'~-.~,k~.'...'..:":~:'~:;~ ............. x:~Z.6,:~:'..',~.. $900.00 Estimated Expenditures Reserve .......................................... $900.00 AIRPORT FUND Estimated Income Balance on Hand .................... $12,820.00 Revenue ........................................ 15,000.00 General ObUgatlon Redemp- tion Fund Repay Loan ........ 910.00 $~,730.00 Estimated Expenditn~es Salaries .................................... : ..... $4'~40 "oo Labor .......................................... 1,500.00 Payroll Taxes ............................. 25000 Transfer to Current Expense Fund in lleu of Offtce Ex- pense, etc ................................. 2,100.00 Materials & Supplies ............ 2,000.00 Power ............................................. 300.00 Maint. & Oper. Equip ............. 500.00 Capital Outlay ............................ 17,640.00 $28,730.0O WATER AND SEWER FUND Estimated Income Balance on Hand ...................... $15,500.00 Revenue ........................................ 66,000.00 New Connections ...................... 800.00 Penalties ........................................ 400.00 Side Sewer Permits ................ loG.GO Relmbursibles .............................. 4.900.00 $87,700.OO Estimated Expenditures Salaries .......................................... $15,360.00 Labor .............................................. 900.00 Payroll Taxes .............................. 525.00 Utility Tax .................................. 1,200.00 Service Tax .................................. 400.00 Power .............................................. 3,400.00 1,150.00 She[[eats ..... r ............................... 2,100.00 Mater[sis ..................................... Maint. & Oper. Equip. and Plants .......................................... 4,200.00 Conference & Training ........ 200.00 Relmbursibles ............................ 4,900.00 Transfer to Current Expense Fund in lieu of office ex- pense, etc ................................. 7,200.00 Transfer to Water/Sewer Rev- enue Bond Redemption Fund ............................................ 31,695.50 Transfer to Water/Sewer Rev- enue Bond Reserve Fund.. 5,880.00 Capital Outlay ............................ 8,469.50 $87,'/00.OO STREET FUND Estimated Income Balance on hand ...................... $1,000.00 Gas Tax (2050x4.0402) .............. 8,282.40 General Taxes (7 mills on $1,690,123.00) ............. 11,893.85 Relmburslb]es ":':::.Y.-'- ...... '/,~00.00 Justlce of the Peace Fines .... 25.OO $38,701.2-~ Estimated Expenditures .............................. ~ ........... $I~,~.~:.~ e~ Salaries 'T~abor ................ g.taRJ ff lnt. ........... Mater[dis ..................................... ~,~'~ Belmbursibles ............................ 7.500. Equipment Rental ................. '...~,.~,500"00 Payroll Tax~ ............................. , ~.~..= Capital Outlay .......................... ~.v...-"-~ i $38 701.25 ARTERIAL STREETS FUND Estimated Income ... ^ I Balance on hand ...................... ~,~v.~ I ~ Cent Oas Tax (2050x2.69~3) 5,5~.501 $8,529.5O I Serving 44 Growing ~ommunities in the Pacific Northwest With Thunderbird styling ; : : Swift as a rumor, silent as a secret, reduced to $0,000 miles on many itema Thunderbird power ; . and Galaxie '62 has the dmelcss diatlnc- auch as major lubrications, twice a tion and talent for travel of,the Thun- year or 6,000 miles on the rest. quality craftsmanship that ~ets derbird that inspired it. 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