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PAGE TEN THE ARLINGTON TIMES, 'ARLINGTON WASHINGTON, THURS., OCT. 29, 1953. ist from Portland, Ore., headed of an adequate transportation up the discussion. That little system and the lack of money brown beetle about ~ inch longland personnel to process sales. that you brushed off your nose!Scientists are working on this last summer and his influence on problem and some day we hope your forests were the specific that someone will devise a better reasons for the meeting. He rep- beetle trap and have the world resents one of those obscure or beat a path to his door. Until then hidden forces of nature• He isn't our only hope is to develop our neW to the forest, in fact it is road system and plan an early probably a "toss up" as to which removal of infected trees• came first the beetles or the trees, Certainly is complex---this old but that "little rascal's" appetite world of ours.--Pat N. Wick, Dis- is beeomilhg a real threat to your triet Ranger• Salem Ladies' Aid, Silvana, l is making plans for a Lutefisk[ Dinner to be served at noon andt evening December 5th. Keep this date_ in~mi-nd'~----I which will produce about the ~ame electric energy as the single dam, yet will cost only $133 million. It would take eight years to complete the high-head dam--if and when Congress appropriates the funds ,and Congress. under the Democratic administration has twice refused to authorize BEAUTIFUL 20-LB. BROADBREAST BIRDS Milk and Donuts CRISP, CRUNCHY CRACKERS. SERVE WITH SOUP. • • • • • Pkg. S@~| i~|~b;--, the project. The first low-head Homogenized Serve ~ua ala~..aaata~.o a lIT _.J ]EL~...~ dam, on the other hand, can be milk and "donuts FLEET~M[IX, THE QUICK WAY TO PREPARE HOT, TENDER BISCUITS. lkl 1 !~ ./ 1 A ~OlrU rroIIl built in 18 months and the other for your tlallowe'en HALF m mn m mm.~, m~mmt~ .eea uescnnea "" " nor two within three years once the " GI ]ll Mii (Continued from Page II ,ne uover FPC gives the private company ~2:ptY;, plain or sugared. ?:~;we;?g =, A. The firm of Mallis and De- By Arthur B. Langlie app.roval; . . treat. • • • • • • chool Architects -. .... r ...... .o. ......... , lnce tne axpayers ano power Fresh Donuts . • . 23c DUCHESS, SMOOTH FINE FLAVOREO SO OOD IN YOUR EAVORITE SALAD .ow are architects chosen? of Interior under Secretary Doug d rYlth 5° tt the pro A. They" are chosen by directors tas McKay withdrew former Sec- posed to spen2n~ threear~i°ePs neepfry. Serve with Lucerne Mira. ' all Blq I l F OIllmtl Pkg " Qua~ who stud,'., ,rec°mmendati°ns .... 6f ~--retary, C hap-~. --" I as much money as m" necessary Sugared Donuts • •of 39c ~m.~U u mm, , , ,o, various arcnitec~urat iirms in- ,%,-" man s ot~3ecuon to ~ive us the ;-^w ....... a vestlgate schools they have built, ~~ to the FPC gt "i or to i,m-ro taot~cs nhct~,,oti~er ~ . . . ~ . . / AN ECONOMICAL DESSERT WHICH THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL LO~:E. and how dependable they are in ~~ 1 n g consl e a-I nr~'~ ,.hloh .m~ .~ ...... ~,~ ranksSUpervisingthe buIldinghigh" thein The theseC°nstructi°nch°sencategoriesfirm" of~~~~ii/~~: ~:::~ ti°n t° the Idah°/ ~" "~"~'~°~" "~f'"~"'"~s~*'n~th~'~' :: :~*~ pany's P o w e r applica- IC o m- flrS.monthsbl ...... "F-'~A___'-~2"°';".X"X".~t ...... v"w ............. ~. ,.~.... ~''~.,~ ~ ~oA: D .~CE0 MILK QUactmrt • • . . ~,~ . ~ua,~o ruwer