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Arlington News (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Arlington, Texas Women vote to Back Bond Issue at its regular monthly meeting the women s division of the Arlington chamber of Commerce voted to stand behind the Bond Issue in its entirety. Francis Walker acted As chairman of the meeting in the absence of the president Martha Burdick. Joe Wolfshol manager of the chamber of Commerce took charge of the business session Ami commended the women on their work during the past year stressing the work done to obtain fre mass Chest a Ray for the citizens of Arlington. He also told the women of the hospitals need fora sewing machine and the group voted to meet this need at the earliest Opportunity. A committee of three was appointed to study the Purchase of a machine. Mrs. Dorothy Bass reported that the club directory is almost completed and will be ready in the near future. Janie Amend also reported that the Sale of advertising in the Arlington fair brochure is going Well and that also should be finished before too Long. Helen Wessler introduced the two speakers for the Day. Melvin Shanks Park superintendent spoke briefly on the need for additional facilities in the Parks and the part of Bond Issue if passed will play in Park improvement. Tie finished his talk with these two questions what do you your family and friends want in Parks and recreation also do we now have All facilities and programs you want and if not will you help he stressed that Arlington As a whole can accomplish anything it wants and die people must look to the future and its Promise of a population of close to 125, too citizens for this City. On the program As the second speaker w s Marvin Austin recreation director for Arlington. Or. Austin told the simple truth that Busy children do not wind up in juvenile courts and stressed the need of a Community recreation Center for All the people of Arlington. Only in this Way can there be a planned program of recreation covering sports and crafts for All Ages Small children to adults stated or. Austin. School gymnasiums Are being used on a limited basis at the present time and the basketball leagues Are successful but it is not always convenient for the schools nor the people and a build deadline on City taxes John j. Cadena City tax assessor collector wants to remind the citizens of Arlington the january 31 is the last Day on which City property taxes can be paid without interest being added. Taxes become delinquent following this Date and interest must be paid according to the length of time elapsed before payment in addition to the taxes themselves. Payment before this Date will not Only save the taxpayer Money but will also save tile City Money because they Are set up to receive payment now. At a later Date extra time and Effort is added to the duties of the office in order to bring the books up to Date. The City s Money is the taxpayers Money so the individual can save two ways by paying his taxes on time before january 31, says or. Cadena. A ladies society holds meeting amp Marianne has her own he kit Little 3-year-old Marianne Whaley daughter of or. And mrs. Ray Whaley loves horses As does the rest of the family. In fact she has her own Tennessee walking horse Shawnee Ami will become a full fledged horsewoman when the horse is broken to ride. Her Mother holds her High in the picture so she can pet Rusty a Quarter horse. Her own words were news staff photo. We a chief Man of year the ladies society of Grace lutheran Church meetings on thursday was opened with a hymn. A film a Mission in new Guinea Quot was presented by mrs. . Four visitors Mes. Lake bean Woodward and Keith attended the meeting. The dates for the meetings have been changed from the 4th to the 2nd thursday of each month. The officers for 1958 Are As follows mrs. We. Fulton president mrs. . Shulze vice president mrs. We Shepper Secretary mrs. Pm. Fuqua treasurer. The hostesses for the fleeting were Mes. Allen Clark and Brown. I local rid ers out to win Frank Mills chief announcer for wrap am to fort wort Texas was named a Man of the year by men of St. Patrick s Parish at a banquet ing devoted to the Peoples recreation would be an asset to the City in Many w is. Also brought up at the meeting was the e need for adequate Library facilities for High school and other students. A portion of the sunday january 19, at Lan Eri High school fort Worth Texas. The presentation was made by msgr. Vincent Wolf. Bond Issue will be used for this purpose. Room and books Are needed desperately the group of women was told which gave them an added reason for supporting the Bond Issue. Ralph Nelson of Arlington has posted notice that he is out to take top honors in racing motorcycles at the Yello belly drag strip on Highway 80 Between Dallas and grand Prairie sunday with the races beginning at 2 . Richard of Neal also of Arlington will he Riding in factory Stock and will give All competitors a rough time. The motorcycle events will be in addition to the regular automobile drag races which will begin at 2 . Saturday with the finals starting at the same time sunday. Hanover,n.h.- up More than 30 percent of Dartmouth colleges freshmen Are receiving Aid from the College. This is the highest percentage in the institutions history. 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