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I &GE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSI A], NOV. 19, 1953. Doris M• Deverna Out of Navy -i Doris M. Deverna Mrs. John Patch Breaks Wrist Mrs. John Patch, R. 2, Arling- ton, was painfully injured Sun- day morning when she fell from a load of hay onto the blacktop paving and sustained a broken right wrist and severe bruises. Mrs. Patch was assisting her husband in moving the hay when the accident happened. The hay had been loaded on a trailer and as the vehicle was pulled across the roadway it lurched and Mrs. !]patch slipped from the top of the !load. First aid was given by neigh- bors, who splinted the broken wrist and wrapped the patients in blankets. She was not moved as it was thought at first she had sustained internal injuries. She was transported to the Ar- lington hospital by ambulance. She returned home Sunday after. noon. O In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS First. Message Sent From Local Radio .Station To the men and women of the U. S. Navy around the world: I greet you, from Jim Creek Valley in the Cas- ea(le mountain range of America's northwest. Here today we and the Radio Corporation of America are de(liea'ting to the service of the Navy and the nation, the most powerful radio transmitter ever built. Its wireless messages will i)enetrate to om; submarines beneath the water, to our Arclie outposts, to our ships and aircraft on and above distant seas. With this first message we forge another link between you and'your home land. With it, we build a new security.. channel from America to the naval units which form its outer ramparts of defense. To each of you, best wishes and Godspeed. ROBERT B. CARNEY. for Norfolk, Va.--Seaman Appren- WATERPROOFING lice Doris M. Deverna, daughter of Mr. William H. Deverna, or O~~O--O-~~~~~~ R. 5, Arlington, Wash., has been honorably discharged from the U. S. Navy at the U. S. Naval Re- ceiving Station, Norfolk, Va. The U. S. Naval Receiving Sta- tion, under the command of Cap- tain John Harllee, U.S.N., process- es approximately 8,000 men a month on their way to and from Naval activities all over the world. O The Jim Creek Antenna System The Navy5s 1,200,000 watt transmitter lies at the foot of twin, 3.000-foot peaks, from which are suspended the impressive an- tenna array. By selecting this natural site to achieve height for the antenna, the Navy was able to reduce substantially the cost of its Jim Creek installation. Prior to the erection of the an- tenna system, nearly a year was spent in cutting thousands of Douglas firs from the valley slopes. This was necessary to fa- cilitate rigging work, eliminate the possibility of forest fires, and most important, to improve trans- mitter efficiency since trees tend. to absorb large quantities of the energy radiated by the antenna. Designed by RCA Communica- tions, Inc., a subsidiary of Radio Corporation of America, the an- tenna consists of ten spans, or catenaries, each over a mile in length. They form a zig-zag pat- tern high above the floor of the ~,alley. Twelve 200-foot steel tow- ers erected along the crests of the twin mountains support the an- tenna spans. From the mid-point of each catenary, cables plunge straight down to the towers of the busing system which ties the giant 1transmitter to its antenna. The tapering nature of the val- ley causes the catenary spans to vary in length. Of the ten cat•n- aries, the longest is 8,700 feet and 1he shortest, 5,640 feet. To allow lor the ice and wind conditions expected in the area, the spans are permitted to sag as much as 1,063 feet at their center point. Like the transmitter, the anten- LIGHTS ON ...::::?.:::~i~:i:i:i:::::::::::::~:~:i:~ :'.-. ============================================= iiiiiiii!!i!!!i}ii!iii!ii?!#i!:!!!i!!!!iiiiiiiii!iiii!iiiiiNt !i! i ii !i ;i ii i iii iii ! ':!i!i:ii! ! i iiiiiiiiii',i!i!iiii! iiii!ii • .::;~iiiiiiiiiiifii~g~-~i~:/:i :: :i:iiii::::.:.' NO WASHOUT GIANT 21" SCREEN THE RANDELL MAHOGANY FULL DOOR CONSOLE Manning' s Famous COFFEE -Lb. Can 2 extra TV Tickets on each 2-lb. can of Manning's Coffee. FERn'S FAMOUS CHICKEN TAMALES, , , 102 29c FERG'S RICH FLAVORED NOODLES & CHICKEN , , , Ccxn FERA3'S TASTY--MEATY na system is divided into two : halves, each half independent of and isolated from, the other and each made up of five of the cat- charles. This arrangement makes possible the operation of one- half of the transmitter and one- half of the antenna in the event that the other half of the anten- na should for any reason be out of service. Idk -Oz. Under normal circumstances,[ _--" MEAT BALLS, 16c 35c however, both halves of the l__ I II I transmitter and antenna are op-, ' FEIM3'S MEXICAN STYLE I CHiLi CON CARN crated, in which case the antenna system is subjected to an energy • ' -Oz. 16c 27c m 200,000 volts. I I The eatenary cables are sep- arated from the supporting tow- ers by huge porcelain insulators Centennial Si , fL" six feet in length. Thotal weight Sifted ,of these connecting assemblies aio~m is nearly 1,500 pounds. With antennas of such great height, a tendency exists to pick up static electricity from the air If left ungrounded, static volt- ages in the array will often build up to a point where they will jump a gap of a foot or more in length. Therefore, to insure safe- ty of operating personnel, the an- tennas are kept directly grounded when not in use. More than 220 miles of copper wires, cables and screens are buried in an intricate mttern across the valley floor to )rovEd• efficient grounding. • RESIDENCE AND COMMERCIAL ALL WORK GUARANTEED Whirlpool Appliances EI ECTRIC IIEAT Specialists Ma ysville Phone 2575 Cliff Danner, Electrician WHITE HORSE Mrs. M. Fleming, corresponding. COMMUNITY CLUB MEETING HELD NOV. 4 The Community Club held its regular meeting Wednesday, Nov. 4 with a large number present. The tables were beautiful with Harvest decorations and dinner was served by hostesses Alma Purdy, Agnes Twilligear, Isabelle Swilling, Yerda Skaglund and Betty Szeckly. During the busi- ness meeting the date of Decem-i ber 10th was set for the annual l Christmas part). Each one was asked to bring an ornament for the Christmas tree. Cotnmittees will be appointed at the regular December meeting. Hostesses for the December 2rid r?it~eting are Margaret Gladsjo, i Violt Seton, Grace Tucker, Luck l White and Mrs. Inman. Mr. and Mrs. William Dills of Swede Heaven are the parents of a baby boy born Nov. 2 at the Arl- ington hospital. Word was received here last week of the passing of Hjalmer Asplund of Seattle and a former son, Dorothy resident of this community. Mr. McMahan, Hazel Asplund with his family settled Jones, Bonnie Cab•, in Swede Heaven some forty-odd Grandma McMahan years ago on what is now known Avery Green. Also as the Sig Sundquist home. He group was Mrs. Sherrill leaves besides his wife, one son Christensen, a neighbor Harry and one daughter Esther. Skaglund s. Everyone Funeral services were held last I very enjoyable day. Saturday at the Columbus fuher- Hilding Hoglund a al parlors in Seattle. ]Verner of Darrington n, A group of Swede Heaven la- all attended the fur ra dies all motored to Sedro-Wool- Asplund held in SeaItle ley one day last week to spend urday of last week. the day with Mrs. Skagland a Mrs. Jessie Beck and former neighbor. Among thoselmy accompanied making the trip were Flora Lar- trip to Oregon FOOTBALL 5th ANN" "UAL SItRINE' " B()\VI Everett Jr. College Conference Champs ---Vs.-- Vallejo, Calif. Red Skins THANKSGIVING DAY • Big Pre-Game Show 11:30 a.m. • Kickoff at 12 Noon MEMORIAL STADIUM, EVERETT RETAILS AT OVER $400.00 ADJUSTS ITSELF AUTOMATICALLY WHEN ROOM LIGHT CHANGES Now you need never reset your picture for brightness or contrast. ever your room lighting changes, the new amazing Westinghouse tic Brightness Control adjusts the picture automatically. Brighten room and you get no picture washout. Darken the room . . . no glare. Is~" stantly.., automatically, this new picture has adjusted itself. It's the world's first fully automatic television. You get no streaks, no flut" ter, no flop-over automatically. New advance Cascade Tuner. Area Selector. 3 ways to get UHF--plus features standard in Westin~ for years. NO OBLIGATIONS -- NO PURCHASE REQUIRED. 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DOXSEE 'WHITE MEAT MINCED CLAMS, • . . 13c -Oz. • • 29Can 75C • • • 25c KWIK-LITE Durkee's Rich Fun Flavored Quart LIGHTED FLUID EASY CLEANING DUST OFF WIZARD WICK--PINK OR GREEN DEODORANT SELF POLISHING AEROWAX.. OVEN CLEANER EASY OFF. • "• • Can • • • E~ch • • ,,• • Bottle • gal. 1.19pint L~'ge PLEASE BRAND DOG FOOD LIFEBUOY or 3 Bath 32c TaH • • CoLns M EATS ARMOUR'S STAR SLICED ENDS & PIECES Lbo SKINLESS LB. PORK • • • LB. LB. FRESH PROD UCE California All Green BROCCOLI Lm'ge m m. mBun. Crisp, Solid CABBAGE, , ,,, Tasty and Tender CELERY , I, Golden Ripe BANANAS, | | I.J~. C California, Large Size • AVOCADOS , , , ooh 10c • or LUX TOILET SOAP SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER 14°= KRAFT'S CHEESE FOOD -Lb. Box Washing LARGE Powder BOX " :i BLEACH For Whiter Clotl es % Gal... DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0®OOOOOOOOOOOOO00@O0000®OOO0 Prices effective at Arlington on November 20 and 21, 1953,---Every item unconditionally teed. No sales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit.