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November 5, 1953

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/! PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. WASHIN(]TON, TI1URSI)AY, NOV. 5, 1953. The Arlington Successor to THE HALLER CITY TIMES .--- Vol. LXVI. Thursday, Nov. 5, 1953. Xo. 28 ~b~vl~Ye-~r; $3.00--P-er Year outside Snoho- County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arnngton, ~aBhington, by THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH J. ~ CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr i~rea as 2rid Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- '1~Ion, under the act of March 3, 1879. m I * E&tor s Letter Discusses Hawaiian Agriculture and 4-H, FFA The following is an airmail dren were native or Japanese. I letter received from J. C. Car- ]saw no whites. However, they penter, Times editor, Monday, were thoroughly.American. The Nov. 2: , little folk were licking ice cream 'Oct. 28, 1953. tcnes or popsicles; high school "Honolulu, T.H.--Am somewhatboys and girls werestrawing up ~rDrised to note that the 4-HImalts ann cokes ann a coupm or ' " ar as girls were practicing dance steps and F.F.A. orgamzatmns e . t active in the Islands as they are to the ]uke box: Across the stree at home The annual 4-H on me SChOOl grounas hark 'Aehi~vom~nt dinner will be held skinned youths, some wearing he~'p-x-i-~'atnr-d-'n-v-- - bathing suits and helmets, were "- ............. "" " a practicing football. 'Last week there was a dmpl y, 'The greatest productmn from of livestock and following the . . . di~l~ there wn~ a ~nlo nf gtoek the soil here is pineapple and su- "~-='-~ .................. =---gar cane, which are controlled and the young folks collected ..... ~.. ~v~v~ral thousand dollars for their Dy SUCh compames as Dole, DeI ~ ............. Monte, California-Hawaiian Su- .......... gar. The planting, cultivation. ew oz us reaiizea ~ne extent ..... . narvesnng processing- require of the agricultural production of on,~n,~,,~'~.~ ,o~ ..... a **, .... the islands. Driving through the ~",~'~'~'~'~,~'~.~',~'~.v,'".~ o~untry on highways erqUlaloito is'some labor*unrest~Zthe';res~- any at home, I saw se a I ..... e~ wiC "'el ent time---not unusual but to be aalry farms StuCK a n n - ' . expected where so many are era- stem cattle, also several White- nl~,,,n i~ ~ bi= industry face herds; good looking stock. In z~.,~ .... ...~, . ~..... fuel:, on the big island, Hawaii is - The mmtary mstal{anons one of the largest cattle ranches here. are numerous, ann me ac- in the world uvmes on the large oase~ ac- 'Th~ farmpr.~' nroduce stands count for considerable employ- ....... x- e a~e as nrominent on the high- merit, and together with the larg ways here as at home--the ~o- military population are impor- -~- a "- taut items in the economy duee: b nanas, coconuts, papaya, pineapple, etc. There are also "We are thoroughly enjoying lettuce, radishes, tomatoes, the fine weather. Take in the "At a crossroads store near a outdoor theatre in the evening~ school I noted that all the chil- it shows every night and has hey- -" ........ --7--- .... e ct rtc Hc a :[]|l, llf l I~1'0 In,t,lll : i I i om I I prove this wonderfully cozy, overy-room systenl I I goes in for onb a frac'tion :of the cost of many I i other heating systems. I ! A--S-ROOM HOME, the complete job, I ! units, labor, materials ........................ L.. ~z-~t'J:ILIl" ~'/ i B---6-ROOM HOME, / ! the complete job .................................... ~'~J~O(~'~ I I . CM1 Us for a Free Estimate / :Y I:LEC ID If you wish to buy or sell, our classified ads carry your message far and wide---, 1st insertion--3e per word with 65e minimum. Subsequent insertions 2c per word with a 65c minimum. Phone 493 and Shopper Arlington, Wash. as a 3-day supply to meet the ~/II ~ni| Illii I/ ~ ~ needs for one person. It is recom- I l lllllhb I1] |ll l , mended that a package of the \ food itemized below be kept in- [ BY FRANKLIN J. MEINE I , i tact so it could be picked up and Ed~Peoples Encyclopedle~ u !carried to the home shelter area ~ at time of.warning. .,-:~-., .:)=_ -:,.: .;. : >:;~::..:= . v:- : --..: ~ Approx 'wA~~l'iillj~:~ill(b~!:: ~ J used as beverage if ""'~ "'+'~/i~:/~ no water available) THE TOTAL CIVILIAN POPULATION OF -file UNITED STATE5 AT THE BEGINNING ! include citrus & tom. 640 OF THE YEAR WAS APPROXIMATELY 158,000,000 .... 4 oz. Ready to Eat Dry POPULAIION IN THIS COUNIRY INCREASED ATAN ~I~ [ Cereal .......................... 400 AVERAGE MONTHLY FIGURE OF ~0 ~0 IN 195~.~1 ~.:{:[[~ []:~ I 14 oz Evaporated Milk . 600 P'7.~7" oz. Dried Skim Milk Sol- I-~-~-d~ I CA%