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By ARTHUR BRISBAN On the Big Pacific VOLUME 17, NUMBER 27 ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASH., THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1933 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR Bridging the Golden Gate ,. '- " ALL COUNCILMEN IN • Four Greatest Wonders them all within reach here in the United Staes. Without leaving your country you may see them, and you should see them. A small automobile, at slight ATTENDANCE WHEN • "e ", (tel r ssion in t e ~mt, ............................. "7" the North,. the South, and depres- GETS MAJORITY OF 2001Basketball And Dance BOARD MET MONDAY City Officers and Port |KEEP OVERHEAD DOWN '°noht ra ll wtli t i tcto°°'ab tthh y [ Department's Activities __ Election Next Tuesday[ to h nzo a v'w y b -,Lewis Elected Three Yearsl . dri funds the Is [Puget Sound Power & Light Ne " " " -- ]Board Anxious to Weed Out l' " ' " . ! • ~ In t ve to , - xt luesoay, loin'on 1% we are 1el m the wonderful future of thm: Ago By Mayomty of Sev- saquah Volunteer Fire Department is Asking Pa rn&nt Of Old to have still another election Thi:[ Drones and Have Relief ma, , - ,. I Y L~'ve!ous S:ate, Cah folma, i enteen Votes" Each Pre- sponsoring two activities this week- Claim- Council Not Inter time to elect three councilmen and[ Reach Only Those Who ~no ~ney are mgnt. J ' " ho ' " ' *' • • I • end basketball at the sc ol gym- . a treasurer on the city ticket,, and at . _ Not.brag will prevent the steadyI cmct Favors.Peters. nasium this evening, and a dance at eated In Purchasing Agt. [the same time to vote on port cam- Are Entitled to Help. D~ooO:~htilann~c~ease m prosperity,! !the Grange Hall next Saturday eve- [missioner for the Port of Seattle. I -- Pgreat section of tne unite(l ~tate~l p " t . mpor~ance, In tins .In the •school ........ election here last. ~.Sat- ] ning, March 18. ! For the first, time in several weeks.. The retiring councilmen are Eng- Machinery of the King County ....... r.~ . ...... ", ur(lay a mg majomty oi tne v()ter~l The basketball game tonight will lall five councilmen answered to roll tberg, Harris and McQuade. Only one[Welfare Board has been thrown into that llOn~s ! )uu nllltS on tne VaclI I ,, IS n hi h ear with su ervls rs in n..' ' .:'. ~. ': . ' "~of the district performed an about!be between the department teamslcall at the regular meeting of the "" up for re-electio : L. J. Harris.I "g g " p "'o , home vis- A' ocean, with the w,s: e~npl~'e .re[face,, movement which swept C. W land teams from the Kenworth Motor[city council Monday evening At-lNominated with hint are Andrew [tars and aides in the country dis- lasKa oil :o the northwest. ~o in- . " " " " tr' • ' • te o ....... IPeters rata the positron of school]~ ..... v of Seattle The first ~ameltornev Cole was not nresent IThompson and P J Smith Frank ~cts mst~uc d t see that a person- :~th]:on:~:~:x:~g::'ate the ~u~ure director with a clear majority of twolwil';'~);'called at 7:30. Admission willl The report of the treasurer, hi- Day has been nominated for tress- al visitation is made, prior to March • • . •. . hundred votes over Wm. J. Lewis Jr.'be five and ten cents for the two at-iways of interest and becoming more]urer, the position he now holds. 20, to the home of every family now In San Francisco, business and fin-[In the same contest three years age tractions. [interesting each month, evidenced This is the only ticket named, but receiving aid. aneial center of this coast, a great Mr. Lewis won by a margm of sev- And all dancers are reminded of the following balances in the variouslthere is talk of "sticker" candidates, "We are crowding the workers to celebration accompanied the formal]enteen votes, the department's dance next Satur- funds, on the first day of March: through which' addltmnalinterest the limit,, in getting these visitations ground-breaking for the $35,000,000] The detailed vote of the differen~ day. Music will be furnished by the Current Expense .................. $ 376.07 may be created, made, said William Strain, chair- Golden Gate Bridge. preceinets of Saturday's election fol- ,local orchestra. Tickets fifty cents Water Department .............. 864.80 man of the advisory board for this ~Tnhh~h?o~:ifiliint(i~atfi~itii!::°i'i ii :w;je'L:~iis Jr 25 Majority pe~ couple, extra lady ten eents Waiit~D!i~i FN~nd .............. 24i!!i. We~:r~L~kbeor;[~ O~torning i!:~!iii iWhsi!in~:~h:!ar~lrf!il,a~! F M Fuller Home At one more added to the world s col C W Peters 31 6 " " L I District No 5 187 14 • • are also anxious to see that those who - • ..................... . --. • ................. In th~s msue we have a report on ..... are not entitled to md are ehmmated lection of wonders. Monohon~ Monohon Lost by Fire welfare work from the offtce in Ren- . • • • • -- ......... , .... at the earliest ossible moment Unde~ that high bridge, boats will tota~ ~.~ ’*o P " W.J. Lewis Jr ...... 34 ........ • ......... [ton. However, among the ~ssaquan " " come m from all arts of the world, " ~ Tuesday afternoon fire destroyed "We feel that tM • P C.W. Peters ............ 4'd ........ 15 , Roy Morrow of the Puget Sound I unemployed all is not as harmonious 's is only fair to and over the bridge will pass the the cottage home of Mrs F M Ful those who are ac • ' • ~ I " • • " Power & Light Company was ores- as that reuort would indicate .~ tually in need and • lssaqu~n .... . -- -- " .... ,~ . north and south traffic of the Pactfic w .~ ~’wis Jr 236 I ler on her beautiful Madrono Heights ent in the interest of h~s company fo~l This morning they went on strike, ent~tded to receive aid, he eontm- e ................. • .......... oast, the brMge connectmg, at the s~te on ~a~e ~ammamlsn near ~uon ned w Peters 415 179 l" " collection of a bill of $116.75 as un-]refusing to work for the wages paid • Golden Gate, two sections of the .......................... laban. . paid in the early months of~1932.1here, stating other points were pay- It has been found in the country fifteen hundred mile hi hwa tha~ The home has not been occupmd - "~ ' "g Y' Totals 790 200 [ After considerable discussion, furth-] ing more for day labor, districts that despite the fact relief follows the line of the Pacific from ...... Ifor some time and the electric pow- o. +~ ........ ~on ’.. ~o~. ~/ L~; .... ~ ...........h~;.~ +i.o.. Mexico s border at San D~ego, thru ............. ]er had been cut off. Mrs. Fuller re- on payments. [ The Past Matrons' Club of Cen- under the old decentrali~.ed system, Cahforma, Oregon, Washington to o~ ~onam donnson, rreston, a w turned home a few days ago and the .... s-- "~ - " ~" .... "~ "[ . . On a written request from Attor-ltury Chapter will meet on March lb that the actual expense, not only of the Canadian hue. is::g::~ V:??e:an, ann ~. w. reters,[power had not been connected, he- hey Cole, a resolution was passed re-[with Mrs. Abbie Eastlick at the home operation but of actual relief, is con- Wonderful loads are here, won q Y cess~tatmg lamps for hghtlng, and d ' * " " [ • " " scinding the action of the council[of her daughter, Mrs, Herman Set- siderably less. erful scenery, mountains, valleys, Ithrough the explosion of a lamp ,the in a motion -assed on Februar- 6 inltem ....... . . • P • • ~.s persons necome acquam~eu and the huge Pacific It m a fine fire started • [CALL FOR MEETING ] • connection with a license collection.]lk~llX/AMl~ INI TIJDITW with ~he system and realize that ev country. You really should see it, and ................ Consdierable furniture is reported When "he claim of Clerk Minniela~a ,va-ta,a~, ass aaaa~" r = ....... OF ALL TAXPAYERS ~ ____ ery move IS oelng mane tar l;ne In- be more proud than ever of your ha- to have been saved. W. Schomber was read, Mayor Alex-[ CLUB SUMMIT MEET prowment of existing conditions, tmn. _ ~ _ I -- ander stated a raise in salary had] - -- Icomnlaints are becomin~ less fre- The taxpayers of thm commumty KING COUNTY POMOA been ~ranted Mrs Schomber flle~,al-[ .................. + ,, ~.. o,..~.. ......... , .... is " " ' ~ • ~ tne three l'xlwanls CILIDS Irom wte ,1~--~, mr. outz~tlt uecll~./'eu. £noBe San Franc,co is the city that ev- are ealhn a meets of all tax a - WHITE RIVER MEET • • [ .... er~bod~ in theworld knows has ....... g- ...... I g ..... ,, ~,Y [ ly. The claim was s~gned.by the fin- Flus, Snoqualmie and Issaquah held whwh we are now receavmg are be- - o , er~, ow,e~ w prope~y =.~ ~,, or, ance committee, WhO Sale if the at I eolTlln ~aor hear about and ho • . - • " "l an interclub meeting yesterdayat " g e and more construtive d t ught about.It ers interested, to be held at the c~ty]The next regular meetingof thetorney ruled the paymentof the " . " in their nature " is " " " - " " t Snoqualmm Summit. • theoty toward wh,ch,,the gala[hall Wednesday evening, March 15, lKlng.County Pomona G r__a.n.ge wil! be claim was not legal, a refund would .................... .. SeeKers rushes In the mmam of the at 7:45 o'clock, held March 16, at Wh~e Klve~h~ in o~d~ i ~mner was serves at the inn. rne[ Renet worg runctmnmg Mera !ast century, the city of bonanza] The object of the meeting is to or-iGrange, at Orillia, at 10:30 a.m. -~Considerable discussion followed[principai speaker was H yyE. by [ Is aqu h unit of the King County kings, of gOld rolling down from the r ganize a taxpayers' association tol All fourth degree members who +h~ r,~nai,~._ B "~' ~.~'nq s,d ..M1 ....... ~l,im~ i,] OI ~ascon, WhO spoae on trre aovlslDll-[and State of Was..th'n~'tnn ............ Wolfaa, hills and streams, the city toward ]take in all classes of property own- I wish to take the fifth degree before ~:~'.:~'~..~: ~S+~ -~"-~.,~'~"'~7"~" ]ity o~ ~orming a ~noquatmie rats I f)r~,n~i~nti,, i .... ~,,~i~ +high ~a~t- Which the first great railroad across ....... ers so the organization will be repre- the State Grange convention, m June, ,,~ ('~.nnnt,]l]’~v hnm~Sf.On ~a,vatt ~-halassOcmtmn'. He mv~ted ...... the membe~ of _c_.v_netl ~ __rvlgo 'e~................... tn ~ha t*ammunlt~v,. the continent came creeping. [tentative of the entire community, lare urged to be present at the meet. :::,~:='::'+'~’':-~,~'~h~a;:='**~',:t~ ’0 atl;ena an evemng meeting at ~as-[w,rk er,w.~ nr~ adml, i~vod hv *ha Men who run San Francmeo and[ Similar organizations are rune-ling. . ~h~ motion failed of a second."ton to organize. .. . [Iocalvolun"t-ee-rcommitteee for all of are ban rrancmco, are near oescenatmmng ~n most commumt~es and i’l County Agent Lovett will be pres v After the droner skung and tobog those who work on the c~t street . . ...... -1 ..... I " Mayor Alexander fa ored some "~ " . .'l 'y S ants of those ota loneers and the P" Y is felt that Issaquah should organiz~ ent to talk and answer questions, en'rt.ai|m’nt in th~ use of th~ city ganing were enjoyea, contriouting to land the school ~ounds which i- re still pmneers, of the Pacific ~ ma be m sha e Motmn ~ctures of ht hway safety a dehghtful outing Four member~ . ......... ]that this commun'ty Y . ' P } P .. g hall, but no action was taken by the . .~ . " •.. [hoped to save the community con- ocean, extenamg the territory ana[to cooperate with other ais~ricts in lwill be ShOWn in ’ne evening, council xrom rmumcmw were in atcenoance, siderable expense in the future mfluence of this con.utry to A,s~a,[measures of vital interest to all tax-] The following claims were allowed ..... ~.. I At present there are approximate- ~ne Islanas o~ ~ne raemc ann all Erie[payers. You can well afford to at-i Basketball tonight at the gym...,~ ..do.o,~ .o;~. ~mAtn Ur twu r~r~m fly ~.,~ hnn,lw~ ~. ~o~.o.o.H~ western coast of North and South[tend this meeting ] -- --@ ............... FORMERLY KNOWN HERE[t~e-~ame-n'umber*o}"fam~ie, Y .... "re:'a America " Current Expense Fund • lies re 1~- • ' I e ' 1 r -- ing aid and working on the weekly Men who run this city are used tO lTHOMAS EVANS RECIPIENT [Frank Day .......................................... Treater r s sa a y .................. $ 10.00 Two deaths which occurred in Se-]work ,~ro~-am The len~,th of time hardship and to overcoming troubles, l OF ANNIVERSARY PARTY Minnie W. Schomber ........................ Clerks salary ........................ I0,00 attle last month will be learned allw rk~.~• ~" : ~.~ . - " ....... e Marshal's salar- 90 00 .... ' o ~a vy earn n an varies ~rom one- Their fathers were gala miners, ric~ __ ram #. ~ nry .................................... y ..................... with deep regret oy many here. uneIhalf to four da" s de'-endin- ^n the In dreams one day, next day th< Mrs. Ira Rounds gave a birthday] August Palm ..................................... Street supt's, salary : ............. 10.00 was that of Mrs. Anna Lindgren, an[needn and depend'cut:in th: ;amily mine was not so good. A week lateri party for her father, Thomas Evans,[ E. J. Lindman .................................... One day s,street work .......... ~.v~ oldtime resident of Issaquah, who Is{ The overhead of the organization perhaps they were richer than theyi who was seventy-two. Those present! Allen WeaveY .. ..................................... Three day s street work ........ 10.80 survived by a son, Ben Lindgren oflhas been kept very small, with only ever dreamed of bemg They got Wm E Morrm Gravehng streets ~u uoRenton two dam hte~s Mrs James • were Mr and Mrs Wiliam Evans and I ........................................................ ; g " ' " ] o .... ia w^rker i,, Is ..... ah ,v~,, used to ups and downsThey have Stella M Alexander Telegram to Senator Hauser 33 Hard~eof Renton and Mrs A1 • " son, Mr. and Mrs. Dockstader and . • ......................... . . -- • . ma local Advisory Committee consists of been through fire andearthquake, Kmg Count Treasurer Gravel, gas and electricity 10 12Fern ez of LosAn s children, Mrs. Sara Hildebrand and~ Y ........................... and gele.,and a L T ~o-~io M .T ~h ...... n T w • ' 21 3~ ......... ' ...................... and both ~mproved the c~ty They Seattle Steel Company Tools for street work brother Mr CharlesJessonof Issa • children, Mrs. Thomas Evans, Bob .................................. , • " " ''[~-~'or ..... ~ ......u ..~, .+~o.~.. are not afrmd of anythxng in partic- ~ .... s ~a~,~ Ev--~ r~,~qn ~ ..... Grange Mercantile Association .......... Gas, oil for street, fire trucks 11.46-uah [~':~.'~ "' .""~ ~'; .............. ':~- ...... , " -~ --~' .......... , ~ " ~nelrservices ~nere are no pma ular, nor of things in general. They Misses Rachell and GraceDilly anal Issaquah Service Station . Gas, oil for street trucks ...... 17.70 The other death was that of Mrs I. .." ..... ' . • " " .................. 24 ' " oosses provlae~ oy the ttecons~rue- have their share of the depressmn, A L Wold Company Lumber for truck body 2 file of K nn dale wife Mr. and Mrs Ira Rounds and family. • .................................... Albert A. M' r e y , " [ti-,, Finn-re Car .... +; .... +-,, eo~, hke the rest of the world, but ~t doe~ ] Consolidated Laundry ........................ Launder four 3aft blankets .... 1. 0of Prof Albert Miller, well known ......... -- " " t 108 4b ' . i~ne WOrK program. The tenant ~oar’[ not drepress them They are too busy Puget Sound Power & L~ght Co Street and city hall hgh s w hn teacher of thm dmtrtetMrs ...... ." . .....- VISIT SEATTLE CHAPTER I ............ "o" " " " "lha~ provided a foreman to handle ~nmmng snout the oppor~umues ~nat Mesdames R J Schneider ~ ~ [ Watar" Fund Miller was ill but a few days and her~t~ ~ch,,! c-ew onn *~'o ~i+,, ~* o~o~ • en able • • , .... . ................ ~.. .... the depressmn presents to m Water collectmns 25 0odeath came as a great shock to he~ ............ Beers, Dan Davies and J. H. Schom-] Frank Day .......................................... " ................... . . [directing its crews. . to see them ann win cour-ge ~o .... , 10 00many ~rienos .... __ ber and the Mmses Meta and Elome[ Mmme W. Schomber ......................... Clerk s salary ......................... • [ The Rebel Orgamzatton m unde~ seize ~nem .... I ' ar 50 O0 ., .. ctmn .............. , .... M~tchell wsxted Mecca Chapter U D August Palm ..................................... Water sept s. sal y ............... I t~e nire •.~ ~^~.~ ~ n ..... Cl • ., l~i San Francmco m a cheerful ty ........ RY SPANS RS P R Y m Seattle on Fmday evenmg Mrs State Treasurer of Washmgton ........ Industrml insurance, ned. md 2.44 AUXILIA O A T ]who is su,,ervisor of the Renton Dis. Come here to get rid of your gloom .... " "] ' " " " i ' "~" ' . . . Schneider and Mrs. Davxes were tw~ , , ~ , , , The American Legion Auxfl arY[tr~ct' which mcludes Issaquah, Man. The four greatest-things in the of the honor guests, the event bein~ I~| A V | I~ ~ ~I~ILII~ ~ A I~II~"~ If'~l~ ~It] ~D~ will sponsor a bridge party TherE-laban, Hobart, Taylor, Kerriston, world ~'reatest in size and ,~wer in honor of the Conductresses and 1-I~'~ J~ !1~1 ~ IKll~ ~I~LI₯11~ ~1~ YV 2"%,A~ day evening, March 16,-at 8 o'clock,[Maple ~Valley, Coalfield, Kennydale, great;st~ spiritually, are N~agara Associate Conductresses of King ~ at the White Swan. Proceeds will goI Newcastle, Bryn Mawr and Renton, Fails, the Grand Canyon of Colors- County. ~ 1 Before us lies the field of battle, large forehead showing a high de- to the Hospital Fund of the Legion.] and all points west of the Duwamish do, the giant trees of California, that LECTURE AT GRANCE the armies arrayed in formidable col- gree of intelligence. Somewhat in the Admission will be twenty-five cents. ] River. Working with him in the Is. were growing before Chirts was born, At the regular meeting of the umns on both sides. The tension background is a young man ,very --- ~ ~ saquah, Hobart and Kennydale dis- and the Pacific Ocean. And we have Grange next Monday evening, the[grows until the weapons clash, ann deep and deliberate for his age. But FINNISH CLUB WILL M~ET tricts is Miss Jennie Niemela as home county agent's office is scheduled to] there is the full drama of action. Be- "not to the swift is the race, nor the ~ The Finnish National Club meets visitor; and voucher clerk and aide furnish a lecture on "Improving Egg[fore long several common soldier~ battle to the mighty." Even as a with Mrs. rick Tuomala next Fri- for the Issaquah-Monohon district l~ Grades," illustrated with lantern[are sacrificed and one gallant officer youth with the sling and a few stones day evening, March 10. All are in- Mrs. Ruby Lindman of Is~quah. Mr. slides.' Lecturer R. I. Case invites on a horse is captured. In the head- went to battle a giant, we find in vited to attend. Brown and his two assistants will all those interested to attend the lectur, quarters we find the generals in con- the other camp a boy of twenty years, be on salaries which range from $120 expense, makes it possible for any family. Most comfortable railroaa trains are ready for those who pre- fer rail travel. . (Continued on last page) er's hour next Monday evening, ference: the old veteran with gray --------------- [hair and l:nitted brows, determinao Born--- To Mr. and Mrs. O.H. [tio~ plainly visible. Close by his s'de Shobert at Virginia Mason Hospital, stands another general in his full Seattle, Thursday, March 2, a son. vigor of manhood, bt:ight eyes and His vision is clear and his mind-pow- er beyond comparison. This, however, is not a tale of war or a bible story, but the report of a (Continued on last page) C. S. and Lawrence Beers reached home Tuesday after another trip to the Orient and will visit here for a few days while their ship, the Presi- dent Jefferson, is in the Sound. to $30 per month. Citizens wishing additional infor- mation concerning the new set-el, will be gladly received either by Mrs. (Continued on last page) THE FEATHERHEADS ...... ---.- . Was His Face Red? i ~~.,k- Ililltllltfl[' ilv' i, "f~A'r VOU 6oU6"PIT "fEI, J Jili' ""111[I 7