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PAGE FOUR TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINt,q ON, ASHIN(,q IX, THURSDAY, OCT. 15, 1953. Arlington i imr Successor to THE ItALLER CITY TIMEg Vol. I,XVI. Thnrsday, Oct. 15, 1!t5:k No. 25 A Word From The Governor By Arthur B. Langlie BEFORE REACHING the Wash Subscription Price $2.50 Per Year; $300 per Year outside Snoho ngton border, the Snake River ,islJ ~. ounly. Issued every Thursday.Published at " Arlington flows through a deep, wild gorge &'ashington, by c a 1 1 e d Hell'sl . THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. Canyon A t a l J C. CARPENTER -. 'FRANK MARSH spot about 90 C. CARPENTER Editor & Mgr miles upstream P-ntered as 2nd Class'melter: in'the'Post Office at'Arlington, W,sh nylon, under the act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL from Washing- ion's southeast i corner, there is! a site for a hy- droelectric i n- stallation where the Department Carson City, Nevada, has theI The State College of : smallest population of any state ton officially received , ..... i capital. 1905. : : 1 Call Trouble Shooter L o ng of Interior, in- \- _ "I~?LrrI~'I~I~rcET/'~'IkT /~l'l~ /~ITrP*~T T T'l~l"'rmel der former Sec Jack Klein Insp~ts Clover Field . N m i $ aa~r~a~ ~ vx "J~ ~,~,~J.JL/~ r + -. "r " ---"------ ---" a chant " r " ~ eli d his as ali,m,\A ..,,- ~ m ~ . . + ..... etary u s c a r e io ,Jack ppe p - j Pettiions are being Clleulated in tile area lnlllledlate- ~V. Langlie Chapman w a s ] .... /itures abbut twice as man-" times: |~| ~ | [I | || q Iv south of the city limits, and have been signed bv a planning to build HeWs Canyoni[ Conservatmn Notes ]los average, z i \ \\ ~dW - ' . * . ~_ .- aim ~z ieet nlgn, costing with I l . .. ........ I \ _ nulnber of residents, seeking to have the city boundary interest during construction a -- ......... [ Anomer iactor in me laCKOII ~ \ extended Io include their pr(,perty, minimum of $386 million. Iw ?OU [ enq a teo s a p:cti ;[ \. \ , ., ........ . The Hell s Canyon project has " ~ 1 b . . . \ \ Sevmal areas hale llcen added iecenth to the elt , beenbefore.~ n ..... [road is an unusual farm Jack SOl. Klein remedied this sltua-] ~lk x \ tin(] in this ease it is hoped that tile entire frontage along a Democra~cogrgSSsWl?eilew}g~ and Mrs. Klein not only. are do- ~on by ~he,u, se, oflargequant[-] ~~k x\~ tl ~ count ' roe( mi tit be adniitted at o m time this proposal once by the Senateting a good job of farming: OK: i~x~-~,~yo- ,~,~,,~.~7~o~:/,~f,~-~*,,,,,s~/ ~n 1( ....3 1 g I .. ann --,~ ,,h,,, ,,,. hm ...~o ,. ~are r@verslng a irene, line trenat ........... "-'~'"'~'~ "'~"-~" ""~,~n ms hi seeking adnlission there are both benefits and oh- defimte'iy pos p'oned in*the~t~ouse nowadays is for more grass andlsatisfied with six tops:per acre] li,,ations Interior Committee. Congress didlOnly enough clover to supply[Iver anure, Jack appnea ten anoI ~' --- ~" - - + .... not see fit tO annronriato Ira part of the soils nitrogen.+The[~ .etons,.~e at so usea co.m-[ ~]~k ~'~ Tile town wouhl benefitbysuch an addition to an ex- !mendous sums nggde(~-for-Hell~s'Kleins are producing more and lmerclal Ier~)llzer in quanuuesI ~r~ ~?k , . ~ r~ o. " Can on or even t Imore clover and cutting down on large enougn, not only to make tent of about $1,000 in Ievenues. Ihrou ,ll lle Liquor Tax. y o authorize this _ lu" the deficiencies of man,,re [ i]:~-~'~x : " ro'e w " the grass v ,, , Motor velnele Tax and Gas Tax, the town will recmve the..prevpu2 ad-! The clover the gleins are usin,,[but to add to and'supplement theI ~,'d~'~t~ ':'(t 1/+ =(li ...... | ...... "] ] ] "] 2 z] ] ~* 1 ," ~,+~,,~ ................ m..au wu-[is the bi+ white clover from Au~]natural fertilization of manures.I ~uf~ ~ ~l~.~k ..* ,~, .it) Def eat'it person fl(l(l((l to tile [oxvIl s D()l)llla[10n poseo, g m | .......... I ~i*~.~1~.,~ ~1 m, ,, , ,, - - " * * * '~-ali~' oalled "Ladinn" Thi- "na I ane Klelns starteu using ba-I ~~l['7:~'AIr~----'r"JIIL.~ T/US lll tO tile cu]rent exl)ens and street iunds, ,lnd ..................... tturalized" legume from. "dowanldino clover the next year afterI ~i[;*:/~r~-'~,~' tile added valuation wouhl raise enou,dl additional to me mane vowerlunder,, is widely used in West-[buying the farm. They have[ '7 1_~ ~:: ,. ........ ~ C mpany had proposed to con-lo... ur~oh+...~.... ~.,,~ ~.~M,~.~ tel gradually increased the use andl |.]~J' -" nlaKe ui) tile ~l,UOo el nlore strict three small dams at~ .... ":"V/'"s~Y- Y" ,~. ....... $'l~ronortion of Ladin~ Ladino us I ~~ ~.~,,,-'--~ r" -- " O~] - * " ] ] " " ] " " ] " 1 Brownlee Oxbow and Hell's Can ~ever, to me extent on tms rancn.lv r, "1 E~L .r~ it /lll~n~ tie t)oln~e(l out Thai xaluation of tilt ,)relier-- ' ........ 21 ~o~. ~,,~ .... ), ....... th.~[ually responds best under irriga-[ ~'~"~.~~'-.~ ..... .... l i yon at a comolnea cost oI ~1661 o-,.,~ .~..,, ~,o ,.,,,,, ...... .t"~ltion :~nd .Tmob did nat miCro thrill ~,,m~ -.~ IV will not change with adnnttanee to tile town. million which would produce[Island School, about two mlleslh~i ~2"~ a,~':. "~.~.~,~,.7~"~': oT.~ZI "--- -~ " At tile present time ill regard to fire proteelion, tile saib te thehsame, energy as thel Voe ehfeAsr ntgt On r Sua bYinaetltimt *never lgave's"t s'pa uresJ , + g g -neaa Hells ~anyon ~ i " ~ lwant ng moisture tOWlt fire departnlent answers rural calls as a ood neigh- dam costing nearly three timeslin crop production per acre which ] _ _ .- _ hor policy Ilowever, this is not obligaiorv aI?ii this ~3r(r asmmuch : ]was.Neneral .in the entire district;[theAf~erteShtsanden~nfhah~lfeaYneal~gI You'll find it in tKe Closslfied . .. . " . 2 " _ .... ~ - ine cost mind nroduction fi..ISo It was when tim new loea oi+ - I r.ecnon is not recognized as adequate fire proteelion by ures have be'~n ct~ecked and r~-[Sil Conservation same .along, lmaodred of the Kble~ farrurnn i~:heI Pages of Your Telephone Directory |lie insurance underwriters Tile insurance rates accord checked with various engineers Ithat ,Jack was reaay ior it. In[ ..... Y.. . I ill ' ,i(~ ~ .... r ~ *' ' + public and private, federal andl1944, the IMeins. bought their puimmgs are now nne appear- , . g to a s +,ned statenien| [)*v tile \L. H. 1 owler _Affen(v local Thev are vat lo fnrlpresent farm of sixteen and one- mg and fully modern. The great-] Its easter on our feet, your back, your patience---- , + ,~ - + a lab ..... t Y - are fur the average home within the city limits $6 30 her checking by anybody who wants half acres of number one capa-Ies . t.r, tbute, however, ,to ,,theI ............ .. . ' ,, , ++ _L__,. +~ ...... ,atilt,, land The mace was badl`,+r~lelns iarmlng 'Know-now isl aria you save ume--wnea snotmln+ wire me nanay S o' , ] -- ,. , . . to cnecl~ them--aria wno unoer, d v ~ . r[ o them and, a ,alnst $14.8 per thousand outside, for stun- ,-m ..... h.m.. [run down suooortine only the]the fact that they now carry 211 ldl'" iiOllle. This: for a' ,~; -year 1+)cried., " eiectric .................... construction engineerin~a'~"" [pasture for about" 12' c-ows. +Jack I head of milk cows as well as [ Classified Pages of your Telephone Directory as a It should be tminted .... ~ Ii,,~,,a,,,~.. +~ ......... i Even if Congress were to a~:lrealized that he had a problem ] ,young stock and buy less thanI .. ,.., ,. -. ... , .u,,, uvvt.v~,, ,Ha~ there is a ctli ' lin restoration nail of melr nay in other words] mac lnere at our nn ettl s While yOU are cam + 1 ~ + ~ " ' - thorize the Hell s Canyon project, " , more difficult ' , g Y g P -- " hrentml n+l tlle rate el taxation. Outside the city limit~ lit would reouire at least eight}than usual due to flooding dan- on about fifteen and one-halfI r^.+A., ..... ,_J :_. _t.+: ..... ,, .t..t....: ........... ' ~ +' '- "'"+I -- o - " ' acres l " IU/L~UI ",~LLI~;U Ill at I,.ll~l.ll--atI~ ~.11 til~ IJl.l~lIll~.~l~ll~I ~l,.iy'* the tax rate is 1"> rn;ll~ ~vhtaron~ ;~ ;o 1~ ...:*L: ., .. ;years to complete the sinc, le hi~,h ger in the wet winter months.[ of and, they raise all of{ Y m. + .......... , .............. s ~o wnmn lne CHV. [aam._ei~,ht v ......~,,~'.C_C This ruled out the zrowin,, ofltheir pasture their silage andl : ..... .~...~ ............ ~t,) .... k .... h ....... ',. rill.l , " , ,+ * ' ~ ~.... d~al8 iml_l~ I J~jl'fl. tl./Oll-. -- ~' " li*.ll.a atllt-I li.Jkllg~*.l.~ ~IJLL llg~;i.J, lll.lllt~.llllJIm&--Itlli~.ll Jf~l..I l~ us with a ~ aluatlonof$1,000 the taxpayer would, over gress aporoDriates the monev ]wmter cover crops for green me-tabour 75 per cent of their hay. [ V -- -- -- ., ] " On the other h n nure The strong flood current of The butterfat production per l r e hm ou II find tt Kicker and a t)ermd of thre(: years, save .%q O0 by a d, one of the+ ] ] look'nu fo som t " v ' " q " ~' "" ~ ~ ~ +~ ........ '] "+ + 1 ~ --[ ' -- [ 1 ' " ~"" , o" ...... ~,.~ uut~lut,, ~roposed low dams could be fin-]the Stillag~amish river, oneeleow has steadily raised through] .... - ,e,,.~w pc~ 3eat. [towever, when ne Ilgures his fire in- ished in 18 months and the other across the dike, could easily[the years as the land has be-] easierin the Classified Pages! suance a different story ks found l~ ;~ ,+t,,., ..:+,_ two in three years [wash away all of the good toolcome more productive and the[ ' ....... t, .... -~,,,~ t.at v+ Jtu ," , " - Isoil From the, ver.y start Jack has Ladino clover has increased. The an ,l scssed aluatlon of $1 000 the re )m ..... ' , , P I "ty owner would . IF OUR De-ar" . . . + [had to mamtain a heavy gravel1944 average per cow was 434[ ,...- , .. ~ ", .... , + r, , . . . p tment oi rarer-and legume sod during the win-pounds of butterfat, the 1952]I ~~~~ l)e tng approxlmat l $,000 lnsmanee lth a (hf- tor continued to obstruct thetter months for sa'~t-''~ s .... ~,-~] ....... ,~ ~,,~,, ferential i ' " - : " earl develo m ,e y ..... , ....... s ...... g 480 lbs of butter- l nSllIanee rates of , y p ent of power on . ,,, ......... , _ . s $8.')7, he wouhl thus be the Snake whioh i~ thle i~t .... ]the lack of the tillage common tolfat per cow. It is a remarkable saving over lhe period of three years private capitaiis re'a*dyan~w'i'H~-[,green, manure crops, weeds are!record of achievement and c.ani ......... i/U ,. ." Douna to+rear meir ugly neaas be vieweo with pride by both the There wouht thus be no added fm lng to undertake it would con +- ,, . . ' allClal })urden but tinue lai ,,-' " " I "{and Jack had to use his mower]Kleins and the Arlington com-[ ~ T ELEP~0~E ~011Ptl actually_ a ~savlng on ~lle am!exed pro'i)ertv., all(| ........ f|u~ La~ ..... _ =~,' p y ng oog in me man-{aver, -time. The w~ds_,_ never stood (munlt" .... v I --~ fit to the town financially would be im0orfant ....... VChether private or public] - ~'~~-'--"~'~ " "'" " -" - " agencies build the projects which . llla(l(1rlon ~otnenlsurance saving, there would be are eng!neered on engineering[ ! ff the assurance of police and fire protection. I facts .isn t th6 issu here beeauset n. n m ....._ __ ml 1 1 ._.1 1__ ._ _ _ __] 0 -, ; / ...... " tolks, we need you all witliin the fold rr ..... ..... pwe will always have the right toI I q/I I 1121 -I 1 IZLIII m _n l S" O~ 1" " ~ " ]1~ " +'r a'"Ut control mis g r e a t resource ,_Is, ,ng those petitions? through local, regional and fed-{ .~. + II l Old lI~~~ l~ I LJ qLL .... .... eral regulatory bodies. Certainlyl ' 1" ].,.=,... ........... It[or less district-nersonalized "n our State it has been pretty[ n tll:ALIkl{~' FU"nnu IIIvaluation program prorated r:; Iwell settled that public agenciesl [ IlUUl [lleurrent economic conditions r, ov will always have a great deal tel + +,.,.^...,..^.u,. ,.,h I ,. ' - ..... merned b-" - " - ' ~" "tsa" about *'ower its u .... -~ :+-, + ........ w r....,...... o wont more for tKetr money I ~ome latitude IS aBowed in ill . y various cnanges from [ ~. v: , ~e unu ,t~/ I contributions published in IIIm9ntn to month (conservative. [cOst. L + ] + when they buy.., and more monev when they selll [ this column, as being ex-[[~wlse). Accordingly, such a plant * * * ~ - " -" " could amount to a er et THIS IS NOT an issue between pressive of the individual ]/]_r -" p p ual I . " I - " There's a big reason why more folks are buying more Ford ! p ogram contmum on thr private and ubhc ownershl opinions of the author / " g ough P " "P ' ve ~ " ]the years, on and on T~, ..... JAn-one who re-resents it to ~'::] t~ than e r be ore. No other low-priced car offers so many o .... im . o --, * t~ I+lltl* > J . , ~ IW~"I | L "-- .! /* 1 ~1 1 ~ 1 * +e p AGREES WITH SAM -- I ate. oi this plan, the general i such iseither deliberately or/ ^! It me tmngs peopm want ana neea tar today s anvmg, in tact, I" r"++'-Z- ...... ~" .......... i[eacnon, o.f the taxpayer can be[mistakenly beclouding and dis-] / to get such "Worth More" Ford features as a V-8 engine, Tri une rt c e of Septl 7'tl U, w [ Cc nw e ge? tprthUgh such at-ItcO mrgnt e s uation. I am not[ { '3) I completely automatic transmission and fine-car power steer- e . . , ne ~nonomisn YYll~rtlll~I ~ UdlIl 1~/ II ~ ) r gard to commlsmoner. Kraetz [Tribune, and var~uu~ ....... omer ar-[buP~ ..................... .# a ~,t+y, ,a r.u.~., the reu-t' , . ing in any other car, you d have to ste.. _ _ p up from the low- refusal to grant addlti.onal funds[t_icles,which this writer has read]eral government or a private ~ +W~r~ ~ ~.*~a'~ ~'> "~'~'F) price field. to tounty ~ssessor Jaarlow to trom tihae to ti ' ,, .... me company, but I am concerned , help the completion of his reas-[ ..... " ]+h ......... [ ' !1 Of course, Ford owners will discover that Ford s worth sessment plan we cannot nave equalization" t at any uam to oe ount on our - ~ , [through re - IColumbia River s,,stem is built[ '; . .+. ...... - " more when they sell at, too Surveys of used car prices show As I r all ~ -assessment when the ~ . , " . ". . ec some seven-odd[entire program is without a tr- [at a price that will make its[ ....... . year-oldFordsreturnmgah gherproportionofthexroriginal cYoer~Seagc3dtnen ats~f:Srr;Sa:ef[Ce[formula in appraising bas]c]Power. available at the .lowestI ~"" -'+.~ +~p ~ cost than any other car. 1 ment -r- -m ~ +ty. +~e~-iwortn' nor is a district or zoning[Psslm cost to our people aimI _ p ogra , reierrea to at matlmethod in at)r)rni~in~ ~t+~f.,. Iour inaustries. , ." " t!me as an equalization-revalua-[tory, for we ent~er'int'o~" a~'perso~:[ I am also concerned that any[ ~ ~ln~ } np ogramk "e was o es~[alized.method of appraisal in-]dam built on this river system[ .,t~~~~::~ ~~ ~'~'+:,_ .\':~ ~Z.~':'~.~," ...... 't'/eonsistent and oftimes unfair t0]should~ie in with a soundly co- /t" ,~'~~~ ~~ ~ ,21 worm, tins ummately, accoro-/the other districts of the county Iordinated plan for our entire fr~~.'%'~V lngly, was tooe represente~ with|Ultimately this brings forth in'lnorthwest development program newer scnools petter roaos, ac-)creased dissatisfa-ti- ~,,,,_ ................. : ..... ..__7 ~ ..,_ : ' __+, + ,_. _/ c on amon~ixntme ~t['(2 L[L~ O[Lly COIL~IELe[~.tlOIIS coraeu wim mcrea~eu ,matc~nng]the taxpayers, non-prooortionat"[that ever o into an thinkin on '~)V V/ ~* ,~,~, ~..~j[~ .~.~ ~.~p,.... I,~ll~l.l.~l~ | PP ,reappraisal, and re-troy paxt, because I represent the 5,'h,/~ dl rw h . _ e g Y g o la ort through me state+a ramals " - ~n~'w+2"'+~Z2"~y~+"~,'u~',~9-1appraisals again, continued and]peopF#of our State, and I am re- q~:~ '~ .g a~ to ue cumV*eteu w~u., increased e ualizat" ] " " " ........ I q ion board~sponmble for the beneflmal de- ++~,v~+~+. two to mree years Actuany, sev.~hearin,-s all amo n" + ' - - - , i t