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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIDIES, ARLINGTON, N, WASHINGTON, THURS., NOV. 12, 1953. Arlington imv’ Successor to THE HALLER CITY TIMES VolJ LXVI. Thursday, Nov. 12, 1.()53. No.29 ~ascription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho- County. Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington, Washington, by " THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH C. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr ]~e~l as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- bd~ton, under thb act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL .ON THE WINGS OF THE WIND We read an article last week to the effect that the Japanese Air Lines planned to inaugurate a flight service flx)m Tokyo to Itonolulu, whereby they would take ad- vantage of the "jet stream," air current that flows at an altitude of 20,000 feet, from the Japanese islands almost to the Hawaiian Islands, thus making it possible to fly non-stop the distance of over 4,000 miles with a passenger load. On Tuesday this week, we boarded a plane at the onolulu airport leaving there at noon, and encountered " a storm that hurtled us toward the coast so fas't that we were nearly two hours ahead of time, landing at Port- land at 8:15. While these accomplishments are being made by air- planes used in transporting passengers, it demonstrates the possibilities for weapons of destruction of airplanes and air missles, which together with knowledge of aero- dynamics are being improved daily. The defenses of the'hinited States have been moved almost to the Asia'tic coast on the Pacific. They must be in constant touch by air with the mainland. It would be extremely dangerous and perhaps false economy, to se- riously curtail the air developments and activities in the Pacific. .Itinerant Stations Not Yet Operating The Everett office of the Wash- ington State Employment Secur- ity Department announced today that schedules for the purpose or ~.king Unemployment Insurance claims at itinerant service sta- tions have not yet been estab- lished. These stations, which'.are operated through the winter months, are Arlington, Darting- ton, Granite Falls, Monroe, Gold Bar and Skykomish. J. W. Johnson, manager of the local office, said that when schedules for servicing these sta- tions are established, they will be published and claimants will be notified at the Everett local of- rice when they are to report at itinerant stations. Difficulties encountered in tak- ing large numbers of initial or :first claims at itinerant stations and the problem of staffing these stations with sufficient personnel for this purpose, makes it neces- sary this year that all initial or ,first claims for this benefit year be filed in the local office regard- less of the claimant's address. In words, Johnson said, those ~claimants who have in the past filed initial claims at the .itiner- ant stations must now file those initial claims in the Eyerett of- rice. This will be so even after the ~ations are open. By initial or first claim during the current benefit year is meant the first claim since last July 6. In addition, all claimants who have filed an initial claim and wish ultimately to report to an itinerant service station in one of the above localities, must con- Tinue to report to the Everett lo- ~al office until such time as they are instructed to report at an itin- Olympia, Washington, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 66 of the Session Laws of 1933, for the purchase of timber on the following described land In Snohomish County: The felled timber along the south Side of the City of Seattle trans- mission line only In the NW~hNE~,~ SW~,~, sectlon 16, township 31 north, range 6 east, W.M., appraised at $84.80. The following lefter was re. ceived Monday, Nov. 9, from J. C. Carpenter, editor of The Times on vacation in Hawaii: "Honolulu, T.H., Nov. 6--ThL, morning as I woke up the rain pattering on the roof and on the broad leaves of the banana tree outside my window. It sounded like a good old refreshing Puget Sound rain. "The temperature is about 72 and the sun is coming out, as I write. "One of the things I have al- ways wondered about is the wa- ter supply on the islands. This year some of the islands are suf- fering a severe drouth and it has been necessary to move some livestock to the big island, Ha- wail. The mountain formations assure the island water supply. While they are not snow-capped, they are of lava formations and contain a considerable amount of porous or sponge-like lava and dikes of solid lava, thus there are great reservoirs within the mountain range, which is high enough to arrest the clouds which drift in from the ocean and there is a great deal of rain- fall, the moUntain slopes being l green throughout the year.I i "Rainfall on one mountain wa- tershed runs as high as 500 inch- es a year. "The sugar cane plantations i require a lot of water for irriga. tion, and it is, said, use as much water as the city of Los Angeles. "I find it hard to orient myself, as there is no reference here to the points of the compas. One travels Mauka, in the direction opposite the sea; Makai, toward the sea, and Ewa, toward the plantations. "Yesterday went on a tour of the scene --- there: was evidence that all realized they were in hallowed precincts. The bow and stern of the ship are marked, and some of the blackened super- structure stands above the sea. The Stars and Stripes fly at the peak of the flagstaff for over 1100 men of the crew, from the rank of rear admiral down through the ranks are still aboard. "As the color guard boards the ship each morning and evening to raise and lower the flag, and as each navy man sets foot on SOUTH FORK Mrs. Oscar Johnson, correspondent. Carl Mattson and Bob Blythe )ent six days elk hunting on the Hoh river. Cliff Lewis has been in Wiscon- sin for three weeks, called there by the serious illness and death of his mother, who was buried on Saturday. Mr. Murphy is busy on the Otto Rojahn home renovating. On Sunday the Jordan Sunday school held a singspiration at which three major churches of the community joined. Next week Bethany Temple. The Jor- dan church has nice cedar siding. the deck of the ship he salutes painted white. the colors and the quarter deck. On Wednesday Mrs. Stanley "No fancy memorial marks the lRogers 'was the recipient of a resting place of this gallant ship lovely stork shower at the home and her heroic crew, and some- of Mrs. Mel Bloom. Those at- how I believe the old ruin, as,it tending were Mrs. Geo. Snoddy, is, is far more impressive, and should serve to impress on the minds of free people the necessi- ty of preparedness, and to re- mind them that some paid a heavy price for our liberty. "CARP." O GEMS OF THOUGHT HOME I value this delicious home-- feeling as One of the choicest gifts a parent can bestow. --Washington Irving. Pure humanity, friendship, home, the interchange of love, bring to earth a forestate of heaven.--Mary Baker Eddy. Stint yourself, as you think good, in other things; but don'ti scruple freedom in brightening home.--Buxton. Mrs. Louis Kraetz of Arlington. Mrs. Earla Strotz and Grandma Rogers.,-Mrs. Emil Peterson Sr., Mrs. Bert Oberg, Mrs. D: T. J. Ball, Mrs. Soper, Mrs. John West, Mrs. Carolina Yost, Mrs. Carl Mattson, Mrs. Blanche Deyo and Mrs. Ralph Currier,Mrs. Jim Gallagher. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hall and family of Sultan were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bloom on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and Sandra, Victor, Mark, Diane spent Sunday as dinner guests of Eric Frans at Algona, and the evening with Mrs. Johnson's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Sivertson of Kent. Mrs. Schulberg, mother of Mrs. Bert Oberg has been spending some time with her daughter. The Stir and Roll 4-H Club are selling tickets on a doll and filINGS TO TALK ABt BY FRANKUN J. MEINE Editor, American Peoples Encyclopedia o 0 40LE c) ° © FORTNI 5TATF5 HkVE I.EGISLATION PFNDIHG WHICH, WOULD LEGALIZE HOLIDfiY5 ON MONDAYS. ~ 5UPPORTI:R5 01:1TIl: LE6|SLATION POINT OUT WOULD ~RM[I /OI~ER AND I~OR[ UNIFORM TKA₯1::LI'IME DURING ,~U5 -~RA~N5 I 1950 19~40 IBSO The nuv~bev'ot hmev~cab aqed c.c~l-i~u£d ~o div~b. ~ "Tho~ 65 Vests a.d okie~ made. uP 8 1% oF the to~al in 1950 -" | • .... L//ST YE, ff SHE AMEKIC/I/V TO~ (lo,lesfotfloal l~q~ves)compared ~z~uz. ~a~ J , RECORD, 70PP//V6 .... L_L_ w~ch wH:l be di~ ed at Louise's Gift Shop. Girls having tickets are Barbara Den- nis, Julie Engstrom, Sandra John- son, Esther Swimme, Arlene and Vivian Oberg, and Janis and Marilyn Mattson. Get behind your 4-H. RUMM~E .o SALE The Lady Lions will hold a rummage sale at the Backstrom Motor Co. on Friday and Satur- day, 'Nov. 20 and 21. .i The Arlington PHONE 493' OO0000OO000000000000OOOO0000000000000000! * Pearl Harbor, aboard a navy tug, PHENIX Lb. which is also equipped as a fire erant station. This will also ap-iboat. COLORED Pkg. ply even though the itinerant sta- "There was no 'brass' aboard tions may have been opened, be. the tug being in charge of a chief 0 cause of the fact that unless a fi- and a young seaman gave a mosl nal report.is made to the Everett interesting talk on the activities oznce anu instructions received ~o !of the navy yard the sub~-o~ ea report to an itinerant station, the and the e've'nts 'of Pearl'" a'r' or I. a0 IIInl:.nl~oO ALL --- .i claimant's records will not be at Day 1 the itinerant station, but will re- "A w ...... I= ............ s e srooa alongsiae [ne 1 CAMPBELL'S main m ~ne Kvere~ local oHice Arizona I noticed the ex--r--~fi^n~l~ and it would therefore, be im-~on the :~' .__ .... ~.1-- VARIETIES Can i ..... " ...... zaces oz mose wno viewea possiole ~o ~aKe claims wzmout ~_ necessary records. I ~ =.ll I .... O - ~ ,Use Times classified ads--ll~[~U[i~ FOROM {[{e e So easy on the clothes- Swift ousy, effective saiesmen. ,1 HI, S ~a~ ~'h ~1RIO;"l " 1 ~ ' ~" II Some latitude is allowed in., 33c Bh Whte 4 Deal 31° Luncheon ,,..o.. NOTIC )O SaaT ’IM"ER II]contributions published in H Meat ................................................. Can ! .......... I~1this column, as being ex- II/A Application No. 2Z953 1/ pressive of the individual Ill T Notice is hereby given that Appllca-J ~ oninions of the author Kraft Pint tlon No. 22953 was filed in the oInce of " " Cottage ..................................... Cation the Commissioner of Public Lands at Arlington Times Arlington. Wash. Rolls C & H .Lb. Dear Sir: ~ Granulated Bag I see in one of the Arlington; I.! : Times (Oct 22) that forty-three BORENE, GRANULATED, WITH FREE GLASS TUMBLER Nourishing food at economy prices. Thrifty Pkg. STALEY'S, LIQUID ’ PURE thousand seven hundred and fif- ty feet of floor space is available in the new plywood mill at the Arlington Lumber & Plywood Co. Does this mean that it is left over or is to be used for the mill? If it is to be left over, not used, why don't the town people get together and rent or buy it and hake a dance hall and skating rink and bowling alley for the kids, or find a place and build one or rent one. The teenagers of Arlington need something like that. I know for I had to grow up there. It wasfine till they closed down the skating rink. At Dar- rington they built a pool for the kids, a smaller town than Ar- lington. What has ArlingtOn done Quart Bottle ’ ’ 24-0Z. PKG. MISSION BRAND 14-0Z. PKG. GRAPEFRUIT Pinks ,or LETTUCE " Crisp California .......................... Lb. Fancy Red f) GRAPES Emperors .......................... &d Lbs. ORANGES Fancy California, 288'~ .............................................. Doz. don't give a darn, but the most of 2 "Lb" them do. • • •-~. Pkg. I ~uld like you to print this j~ in the paper and have other peG-I'~ ple write in and tell you what]~ , Lb. they think. Do they agree that l~ the show isn't enough--that only ~ SKINLESS takes care of three nights a week[~ ~m (at changes of bill). What ha~el~ • • • Lb. they got to do the other four. • Thank you, • • • Lb. APPLES With Coupon With Coupon Lb. Can Qt Lbs. With Coupon for the kids? Not a darn thing. Here in Santa Fee they have a drive going to get 500,000 pen- nies so they can build a pool. The people here look out for the kids, see that the town has places for them to go that is good for them. Oh, sure, each town has a certain number of kids that Mrs. Dorothy L. Wilkinson U.S.C. & G.S. c/o W. R. Helm P.O. Box 4056 Ooronado Off. Santa Fe, New Mexico P.S.: On the behalf of those that don't know me by the name • Wilkinson, I was a Westover, still am, but with Wilkinson added. ASSORTED Lb. SubJec$ to the rights Of the holder of Lease No. 34592 heretofore issued under Application No. 44712. Subject to easement for right of way for transmission llne hereto- fore granted under Application No. 11686. .According to the State's cruise there are approximately 1,O00 feet sapling fir, 6,000 feet sapling spruce, 9,000 feet sapling hemlock and 60 lineal feet cedar poles. The timber on the above described [and will be sold on November 23, 1953 to the applicant at the appraised value, provided that no offer, In writing, of at least 10% more than the appraised value, accompanied by a sufficient de- posit, Is received by the Commissioner of Public Lands at least two days prior to the date of sale. Terms of sale--CASH. The purchaser will have one year from the date of sale to remove the timber. Dated thIs 10th day of November, 2*. D., 1953. (SEAL) OTTO A. CASE, Commissioner of Public Lands. Pub. Thursday, Nov. 12, 1953. Corn i 1 ob "ntin Ruse Beauties ............................ With Coupon ................ Giant With Coupon .......... 2L~. 47 ' We handle All Types of . Printing .... • Envelopes • Checks • Posters • Invitatiom • Booklets • Handbills • Business Cards • Stock Forum • 'Special' Jobs • Letterheads • Statements • Tickets • Announcements • Program • Signs • Hangars • Folders • BROADSIDES Whatever the job may be--whether large or small, you are guaranteed satisfaction with top quality material and expert composition in Job Printing "BETTER PRINTING" PHONE 493 at,,, With Coupon ................ Giant Lge. Pl~ The FUTURE--do you FEAR h or ~a CHEER it? It's your choiee, and better make it NOW, before ,it's too Prices effective at Arlington on November 13 and 14, 1953.---Every iiem unconditionally guaranteed. No sales to dealers. late. Start building NOW-for a brighter tomorrow. Invest in United rve the fight to Limit. States Savings Bonds. When they mature in less than ten years, you'll get four dollam for every three you put in. Bear d~ mind, planned sav- ing is effective saving. Buy United States Savings Bonds regularly the easy, automatic way. Join the Pay- roll Savings Plan where you work, or the Bond-a-Month Plan where you bank. You'll feel more secure tomorrow, if you invest in United States Savings Bonds t~y. THIS WEEK'S JACKPOT WINNER: OLIVE KRAETZ R. 1, Arlington O OOOOOOOOOO00000 0OOO00 O000000 OOO0000