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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURS AUG. 27, 1959. ArLington Published by THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. J. C. CARPENTER AND FRANK MARSH Member Washington Newspaper Publishers' Association Member National Editorial Association Published every Thursday at 426 Olympic Ave Arlington, Washington Telephone 493 J, C. CARPENTER Editor and Manager Vol. LXX Thursday, August 27,195!1. No. 50 Enl~-ed as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash- lngton, under the act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL Department Guard, and Mrs. Le- Service Veterans, and womenlto Veterans and their Families Evergreen Fair To V.F.W. Auxiliary lid Wade of 2100 District Histor. lwho themselves served overseasland Education in American Cit- finn. in the Armed Forces. izenship. Feature Top Program LTo Convene Aug.30 I The Veterans of Foreign Warst Each member pledges herself] o The Evergreen State Fair is DONE,feverishly planning an outstand- During the past year Arlington has undergone quite ing fair to open on September an ordeal, so to speak, in which streets have been torn! the 3rd for five days. One of up, mud during wet weather, and dust clouds during thei the featured acts on the after- dry season, tended t,o make most of us critical and impa-! noon and . evening platform tient with the city administration. All the difficulty arts- .shows win be the 3 DEE'S: This ,~ . o .~ L t IS a real Iamlly act consisting OI mg over tile lnstauauon oI tne sewer system. ~ Mother, Father and Daughter In such a critical mood there have been ninny sug-I who perform difficult acrobatics ^ ~,~ A~,~,~, ,e A,Yiliar, Auxiliary founded in 1914, is alto "Honor the Dead by helping LOST--Gray felt hat. Name in ~-6~ ~,~.~s~ J " " " " " " Ever ear the members of the State of Wash- non profit, non sectarmn, non the LIvmg. y y ington will be attending the Na- partisan organization. It wel- members provide trained volun- band. Lost at Scout barbecue, tional Convention of the Veterans'c mes as members the wives, lteer service and financial contri- Arlington Heights. -- Frank of Foreign Wars in Los Angeles iMothers, Widows, Sisters, andlbutions in all 50 states, Samoa Marsh, Arlington Times. Calif )~ug. 3()~. Mrs. EdwardslDaughters of Campaign medal and the Canal Zone: Assistance Kloepper, State President, an-[ nounced. Members and delegatesi of District 1 composed of 921 Snohomish, 1040 Seattle Heights, 1561 Arlington, 2100 Everett, 25541 Sultan, 2586 Stanwood, 56711 Granite Falls, 7482 Langley, and 9417 Gold Bar. Attending will be Mrs. Harold I-t~fner, Senior Vice of DeDartment, from 1561 Arling- ton, Mrs. Kurt Kallstrom of 2100, will highlight your visit to the fair. See the biggest Ayershiro show on the Pacific Coast in 1959''as well as the smallest colt in the world at your Evergreen State Fair. This is without a' doubt the biggest show ever to be assembled in the entire north- west. See the acres of exhibits better still be an exhibitor, there i is a place for you at the fair. I The many Grange organi-I zations are working now on their ~1 plans for beautiful and mouth I fro m [ eta ] of gestions as to how the street repair job should be done; on the horizontal bar. It is one watering displays moth~r] there have been stories about grea'[ amounts of the] of the very few horizontal bar natures harvest. The 4-H andi acts left in the business They r r A youth divisions of thei neighborhood [arms :public's funds being given to the contractors; there have l have thrilled the audiences of the fair will be present in force with' been rumors that the street department could never make l Ed Sullivan Show, You Asked various projects, such as style i For It, The Big Top Circus of shows, cooking contests, sewing l the renairs on the money allotted, ere etc New York and many others, contests, with emphasis on the A~ VoursDoor or Favorite Store t- ~ . " " I This wonderful stage attraction livestock shows and horse shows. According to our mvest gauons, an(t we nave watched the project closely, and have scanned the treas- eggggggOgOO.OOOOggOOOOgOOggO Q g ury disbursements, there was no excessive spending over the contract bids I The treatment plant was built at a cost of $74,225.591 ' b Shaffer Construction Co Their bid was $73,563.73. Y " I~ Thus with the options in the contract th s plant cost i $245.71 over the original bid. li ,The storm and sanitary sewer system was built bvl Thorburn & Logozzo, whose bid was $316,48o.24. The bicl included cost of repairing streets, and when the city de-I tided to have the city crew do this work, $23,051:50 was withheld from the contract price, leaving the amount bid at $293,432.74. actual cost was $288,645.68, or $4< 787.06 less than the bid. In addition to this the city se- cured an extension of the storm sewer on French avenue which amounted to about $2,500, and extensions of the sanitary sewer in several instances amounting to an addi- tional $2,000, all within the amount actually paid the contractor. There were other expenditures in connection with the project, such as purchase of site, engineering, legal fees, etc all, however being within the amount available under the bond issue. As for the street repair job. While it is not moving as rapidly as some wonld like it the city street crew is do- ing an excellent job in overcoming tile t,orn up streets. In some instances streets have been regraded, the high center crown being reduced and blacktop laid curb to curb, as on French a(enue. Indications are that most of the streets will be put back in as good or better eonditi.on ' than before the construction job started. It w ouht seem, therefore, that a: we put the dust and the mud and tile torn up streets behind us, and enter] 2 the period of convalescence, we might be in a mood to/ compliment the administration that had the fortitude to[ Pounds go ahead with an improvement much needed, although painful in that it levied an assessment on our pocket- book's and caused us nmch inconvenience during the oper- ation. We now have a sanitary sewer system vith mod- ern sewage treatment plant, and a basic storm sewer sys- tem that may be extended for proper drainage of storm waters from all sections of the city. JAMES HENRY LEAN AND MEATY Lb. Pkg. "Friday, Aug. 28, will be TravelI actually save travelers both Day at The Citizens State" ban~ time and money. according to an announcement Available services include by Mr. Howard Palmer, Presi- steamship, rail and bus tickets dent of the Bank. Miss Shirley hotel and resort reservations Clemenson of the BonVoyage. passuort and visa service, or Travel Service will be at the ganized tour bookings, business Bank during regular business and industrial travel arrange- hours to answer travel questions ments and complete trip rout- for residentsof the Arlington ings for individual or groups. area. . i The BonVoyage Travel Serv- An experienced ~raveler her~ice is headouartered at The Ben self, Miss Clemenson has also Marche in Everett and serves been employed for a number of years as a travel advisor and is all of Snohomish County. Work- now manager of the Ben Voyage ing with Miss Clemenson are i~ Travel, Service, Snohomish Miss Sue Gaston and Mrs. In- " County s newest and most com.I grid Carlson, both Snohomish County residents and experienc- plete travel agency. Contrary to common belief, ed travel advisors known to there is no charge to travelers many in this area. for services rendered and, Miss inquiries on travel, both for- Ctemenson points out, there are eign and domestic, are invited innumerable ways in which a during business hours at The competent travel service can Citizens State Bank Friday. -- [States today, he says, who can 4-H Alumni !encourage and inspire the two million plus boys and girls who Recognition Program 'belong to over 90,000 clubs. I Candidates for the alumni Chicago (Sl=ecial ~In recent awards are nominated by Exten- *,ears the 4-E program has been sion agents, local 4-H leaders, club members or other interested broadened *9 give recognition to persons, Mr. Anderson explains. ro, r~o~ club members through Detailed information may be ob- tb~ 4-H ^lumni Recognition pro- tained from the County Exten- ~--#m int-oduced in 1953. Since sion office. ~-at time about 900 men and .Awards are given at the coun- ~. men have been honored, re- ty, state and national level. They ~rts Kenneth H. Anderson, asso-consist of certificates, plaques '~ate director of the National and the golcl 4.H key presented Committee on Boys and Girls' to eight national winners at the Chub.Work. 4-H Club Congress in Chicago. This special program was Olin Mathieson also pays all ex- ,-q.-,nned and arranged bv the penses to the Congress for re- ~-,-,-~erative Extension Service[cipients of the key award, ac- ,d the National Committee, cording to Mr. Anderson. .~tes Mr. Anderson. Snonsor of o ,-wards is the Ol~n Mathieson LITTLE AP.~ N',~d D'"~;~n. Little Rock, Ark. The ,;-, of the urogram is to ~-o~or former 4-H members wbo ~-,e achieved s,oeos~ in their yeomen career~, and have eontin-~ .~'ed to oxomnlifv effective com- ,-,nn~t," le~d~ehin and service to s "~T. M'. ~nclore~rl noint~ o~t. 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