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PAGE EIGIVP THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1953. War Vets Hold Roosevelt Droner The United Spanish War Vet- erans, John Wanebo Camp No. 9 of Everett. had their Roosevelt Dinner on Dec. 18. "A program and exchange of gifts was en- Joyed by all. Those attending from Arlington were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Standiford. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Waterman Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bur- neff. Mr. and Mrs. Harris. Mrs. Betty Booker of Bryant Mrs. Al- vin Couture. O Use Times Classified Ads- Acquiring Rights-of-Way Tedious Procedure Acquiring rights of way for new highway construction is often- times a long drawn out procedure and the many legal technicalities which must be followed fre- quently may delay award of a contract for ongtrl*et;on nf a par- mular section of highway. W. A. Bugge, Director vr High- ways for the Washington State Highway Commission explained these many technicalitie~ by sav- ing that the laws of the state pro- tect the in,.,ivlduaL from arolh-ary acts of the government and the Slate Highway Commission must effective, economical, follow all requirements of law as -" it proceeds to acquire rights of ~ .~lF~_.~_~~r~r'z~'~~' wav for highwav construction. o~~..~.~,~v-~ /~eeording to ~Bugge, the pro- cess involves much work even be- fore negotiations with the land- owner begins. Engineers in the district offices draw' up the right of way maps of the section to be~ improved. The maps show the alignment, width of right of way OLYMPIC THEATRE I The Star Chief Custom Catalina for 1954 :.) and topographical features. They ..... ~ ....... show also subdivision lines, plat-i ted properties and any other fea-I lures which may help the rightI of way people to determine the boundaries of property. After the maps are prepared/ ~::~i~!~ and turned over to the right of :::':~:~ way division, funOs are provxdea to cover the costs of title reportsQueen of the highways, the Pontiac Star Chief ~ engine and Dual-Range Hydra-Matic, new bright and a preliminary appraisal. The Custom Catalina Is bigger, longer, more beautiful. On] color combinations and new lovely top grain leather or title report is necessary so that a new 124-inch wheelbase and eleven inches longer leather-and-nylon interiors. Pontiac in 1954 also offers the state may know definitely over-all, the Star Chief Custom Catalina has new per- a Custom and a Deluxe Catalina in the 122-inch wheel- who owns each piece of property formanee with the increased horsepower eight-cylinder base Chieftain series with its distinctive styling. and so it may know if there are mortgages or other evidences of indebtedness against the proper- ty. This title, search may take several weeks. Then it is necessary for the ap- praiser to move into the field to provide the Department of High- ways with ~an opinion on what the land in question is worth. Then a right of way agent goes into the field to buy the property. It may take several visits before the right of way agent has made a deal and purchased the prop- erty. 8ometimes it becomes neces- sary to condemn the land, and in that case, the Department of rlighways goes into court to ob- tain a court order stating that "the highway improvement in tues~io,~ is necessary for the pub- lie interest. If there are no objec- ions, the court will sign the or- New Raspberry Now on Market The release of the new red raspberry has just been an- nounced by the State College of Washington, reports Arnold z Smith, County Extension Agent." The new berry--called Puyal- lup--was developed by Dr. C. D. Schwartze and Arthur S. Myhre of the Western Washington Ex- periment Station at Puyallup. This station is part of the Wash- ington Agricultural Experiment Stations system. The Puyallup raspberry has been under test for several years throughout western Washington. It has a big, unusual firm berry. The fruit is a good red color and has a mild, pleasing flavor. Tests have shown it to be extra fin~ ler but if there is any objection,l for commercial freezing and L regular court hearing is held!canning and exceptional for ship- where testimony is taken by all ping to fresh fruit markets. Foil In the Oven One of the many ways house- wives use aluminum foil these days is in the oven under pies or baked dishes to catch any possible run-over of food. For this mrpose Mrs. Frances C. Oleson, County Extension Agent, advises using a piece of foil only slightly larger than the pan or aish. Turn up the edges of the foil and place it on an oven rack directly under the pan or dish. She cautions against covering the entire bottom of the oven with foil because this cuts off! circulation of heat and prevents )roper cooking. Also, the heat given off by electric units, pos- sibly causing them to burn out, or will cause incomplete combus- tion of gas which requires air circulation to burn properly. Another precaution: Foil should never touch open heating wires in any electric appliance be- cause it is likely to cause a short circuit. AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR Hop;n9 you have much happ;ness d ur;ncj the Yule Season and for the years o come. ED'S McALPIN SERVICE ARLINGTON, WASIt. LINES BY SOGLOW bring joy and happiness and the fulfillment of your ambitions and desires. For information about Standard 0il Company of California products. call your local Standard man Arlington, Wash. Telephone 311 Puyallup---across between the ,Washington and Taylor varietie: --is the fifth new variety to come out of the Western Washington Experiment Station's berry breed- ing work begun in 1928. Its ber- ries are larger and firmer than those of the Washington variety. And they have better color than those of the Willamette variety. The Wast'ington State Crop Improvement Association, Inc., will aid the State College in dis- tributing plants of the new va. riety next year. All available plants will be offered to both members and non.members o~ the Association in lots of 1,00C plants to each applicant as lon~ as tl~ey last. The plan is to per mit Washington farmers to put chase all available plants in L954. In this way, propagation of :ufiicient plants to meet future ternands will ~e assured, Mr mith points ou~. The price wilt be $100 per 1000 plants. Applications for plants in lots of 1000 should be sent to Dr. J. C :Snyder, Assistant Secretar~y. Washington State Cro,) Improve. !ment Association, Ine.,'Troy Itall. Pullman. )arties who wish to appear. After the court order that the mprovement is in the public in- terest is granted, the state may within five days apply for a right of immediate entry so that con- .:truction may begin immediate- ly. In ~aeh instances, the state must deposit with the count~ clerk~, a sum of money not les,~ fhan the final offer made for th( property and actual trial of the condemnation case must be helc within one year. "The process of acquiring right,~ of way for highway improve- ments very often takes time," :oncluded Bug,,e, but very fe orojects have been held up by right of way difficulties and mo~Y of those have been held up for only short periods of time." RUBBER STAMPS Arlington Ptg. Co.. Phone 493 Yon know, folk~ a good habit is actually as easy to form as a bad one. For instance, even though the habi! of spendin~ money seems in. credibly easy, the habit of saving money is easier. Far easier if you get into the habit of buying United States $avin~s Bonds through the PayroU Savln~q~ Plan. Because once you've signed up, your Savinp Bonds come to you regularly~auto- don't even Nft It matically.. , you finger. Your employer does every. thin8 fur you---puts your money as/de From your p~ych~uys yOUr Savings Bondsfor you--even hands them to you. Joio the Payroll Savtup Plan mda ! we send you our good wishes for your 9ood health and happiness BRACY ELECTRIC / ROBB'S TIRE SHOP MASSAR LUMBER COMPANY LAUERM OPTOMETRIST BAyview 9015 2612 Colby Avenue Everett. Washingto The Best Ever-- That's the Christmas We're Wishing You; and as Tiny Tim Observed: "'Cod Us, One and All!" COAST-TO-COAST STORE To the friends whose patronage we have enjoyed, to those whom we hope to serve we send greetings and good wishes May the New Year hold for you a.n abundant measure of all good things that make lile worth ARLINGTON HARDWARE CITY GROCERY shl THE ARHNGTON STATE BANK