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"" I Thursday" Ma~' 9, INS ": ," ' '~ I of S " n " /' By CHARLES KE.R :a or; fie anu nooouy li es that past , ~,. h.... o, ...... ~c bis place. For another a lot of ' W~ it llavu ou ul ~llt UI , _., .._ ', .. ....... P - ~ .nousenoloers With trailers It on wheels ny me end oi next . . ' s ...... pickups and station wagons full s=a~. - ,, . ..,. ~...~ of trash are not particular The 'qt that Co .... s o .... - . . , about covering their loads of tary Operations Director Hayes ~**o, o,,n rod,, ,,,h~.~ ,,re hH*h.~ E:r~nSe r::erref Ktio. ~outhe iy'to't~etra"'nsJfe'r'stati'~n,s~o'w: . ~ % ~ . s ..Y ering trash along the road. !i! an?h2g the w:::t? had r~ tsn: n 0: trnh~ea:::r hard:he rlhtS to cope with the problem of_ P! ....... comm it " dump an(] the transter stauon un y disposal ...... ;~. .. ~, in sanitation and slghtlmess. Garbage in a heav.y .u.t- . .as,. __. _ L _,. ____ __,~_~fer ~' --.T .' is the--Kent b - ," " t e.Rtver. ' un suburban reaion is no trifle The station takes maybe three !i ! !! d~:CauOS i :!nY~h!l. , ,= tT~:t~:~t =: :er~ui::~rlae;; ~ts wu~ uns m eurlytnmt~:tut $e~tr e ow" ..~ffTph%tk]hstne". Theln. = Klngm" r e Countythan ~'400 'outside000 .r'u"r"" .... of Yruump's. four acreS,~u or. comparedmore tnet sta-the Seattle produce about 250 tons tings, each wl!h lanes for two ~ of it a day It includes the trailers, can allow 12 or more Bowlers Benefi metal, paper and plastic that vehicles to dump at one time the housewife can't induce her The stations are of concrete, 411 Aid Fund garbage grinder to accept. And well-lighted, have paved drive- it includes, crating, packing ways, neat offices ann storage : VFW -- .Auxiliarv cinders and waste from rum-and restroom bulld!ngs, and ~ mercial and industrial con- the dumping and maintenance terns and material left from areas can be hosed down regu- Hig-,te~-~ert ~lc rk construction or destruction of larly so there is nothing to ~'~ ~~ ~ andSunset'JumorSeni'rrtlgn parch - buildings cause a fly, rodent or seagull . associations have contributed A sanitarian sees people as nuisance,. ~ the source of from one to two LandscapmgDue |~I[, ~ ,~ ~ tOdrivethe which411 CollegeopenedAidrecently,FUnd pounds of garbage per capita Evans. says that, eventually per day His lob is to keen them the stations can de lanuscapeu ih, .,I Mrs. John Chevalier, secretary, from being "buried in i[ This with lawn, shrubbery and ~: --- ~ ~_~ reports. ~, %~I~L ' "1 A gift was received also from job is collection and disposal, ilowers as are water-reservow ~/ ~* Elmer's Refrigeration women's TheemphasisinKingCountyat sltesanoparKs. "~--~ .~k~r~k. bowling team, which gave up a this point is on cheap, efficient g ,pl.oneer .transfer station Jl~ ~, ~ trophy and contributed its transfer. A good transportation w asouutiate.miut~ojustnortn system Evans says is neces ol beattle, urgers were aoueu ~! ~k I price to the 411 fund, sary for any method of disposal soon at Bow.Lake .and near ~ % Other contributions were " ....... from Mr. and Mrs. Georgeisandworkin~he believeSout a goodKin~one County_ thisr~ent yearA Iourtnnear theWnl Belleoe OUlitvue ~i~: ~.~ Nowadnick in memory of Ran- T r^~u^Y'^'~ " airport when the dump there is .~'ql[F ~ ~ aid Dunbar, and Mr, and Mrs, h ............. There are three ~eneral filled and a fifth near the West ~ J, H. Schomber and Mr. and . g Valley Highway so that the " 1" ~ ~11 Mrs. John Chevalier in mem- disposal methods, once people ' " allu Pacific City and Puy p -~,lr dry of the late Hugo Johnson. get too finicky about garbage ...... h . : ,~ Century Chapter of Eastern to just toss it out the door. One (lumps can De closed and t e is the traditional "dumn" a City of Auburn can be served . ~. ~ Star and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ...... ~.' ,. when it elects to use county ' ~ I ,~ Holt are other donors, nieaK area o~ wmuroweo nt- : . ~ ~' ~ *~" " "' - " ~ ~ ~:r~ facilities. At present Auburn ter a never-extlngulsneu II IU . a distinctive smell to the lee- najti~Se2t~::~Pattle Auburn Red Cross Water, . -- Hayes Evans, ing County sanitary- ward scavenger rodents and ..... ' . : operations director, indicates the location of the 900-acre disposal Safet~ Course Slated bwds' and disgusted' neighb or- .~bKyKomisn. , l~orth .... Bend an~ area the county is developing in Maple Valley. The site is be- Trainin~ examination a~d in landowners ~numciaw, most incorporated he~ed adequate for 50 years of use ~' " g .... .... ~ - nlaces make use of county , ' - . review for Red Cross water Another wmcn a.ing county 5 ,. - -'lags to use for the next 50 moieties, either directly, with Hemtze Center at Eastaate safety instructorswillbegiven v ........... city trucks as at Kent, or at the Red Cross Aquatic Sch- years is tne sanitary lanQ-Hli .. _ ' ' - r'- - ' .' tflrougn commercial ga uage ool at Beaver Lake the week- m which theeompacted matem- ...... r . ' .. . . . . COllectors. The county cna ges ~u~ enos of May 31, June / and 14.al is periodically covered with 10 er cent of an o erator's II B ~ t~ I | The only charge is $24 for earth, ... oo ,...P~,,,.,~,~, ,... P M$1Vlnrl I ll nlnfl room and board at the camp. A third one, to which the Cityzo ce,,t .,=, a .:ar d;or gt2rb g:ad Ilg/lll~ Vl~lllll]~ gUlglUg~ The instruction includes of Seattle seems to be coming ~ " - 'Y " "" hoP' swimming, lifesaving, boating is incineration ' oI prwate naumrs, ttouse u- Part of a tract bought 22 gate holds its grand opening, and canoeing safety first aid Getting the material to the ers are..,, ,, ~,ut~.,,L,ontinw'e'h~ar'ged for years ago as the site for ~loating bridge andHighway and review in wa ' v " " . tnel ou p g - - ter safety, d~sposal point however ~s .......... a for an ........... isolated turkey farm will 10 construction brought aboom Those finishing the advanced basic to all three systems and ]leves.t,nat toneY snOUle~ P~Ynt- make. another step iorwarcl m resmenceanaDusmessaev- courses _qualify as Red Cross will ..... still be ~mportant ~f ~t the ......... right t use tn w~ y this weekend as a commercial ..... elopment there and the new ,Water Safety and Swimmm,~ ' ~ in- ever becomes economicall transter stauons and mat hen center for the Eastmde as center housing nine firms structors, which at man o ..... " " Y fee is set the householder will '. . . y p ols zeasinie nere to process ...... rci " Hemtze's Center at East- now, wxll further increase the and lakes are prerequisites to garbage for fertilizer or recla- dec~::htaOnd~: :#:mC:ssmhen~e~;. ---- ........ services avai,ahie in a ,lo- being lifeguards matiOnIn essence,f materialsthe countyfrmcollec-it'liite roblem-'an~i-nau "mrWll" remenvme ......... sidesterasme DR W d. McKENZIE zo :ine eannde:%mi ir- Red Cross Safety rv ces, ,,t . MA 3-2800, will accept inq-- tion plan consists of many local P ..... P ;:~.=';'.~'."~ was constructed this year tar uiries and re~,istrations any proposa~ to make caller wasmngton o transfer stations where house- - holders and commercial col- tion compulsory as it is in Eye Examinations Prescrioion Hearing Glasses Contact Lenses Prescription of Lenses Modern Eye Wear Optometric Assn. the Heintze Corporation. SERVICES AVAILABLE The masonry block building has pre-stressed roof trusses so that there are no inside hearing walls. The front walk- way and entrances are shelt- ered, the grounds are land- scaped and there is a big parking area, Edward LaBelle, Bellevue architect, designed the struct- ure for which Enatia Building, lnc., had the general contract. Stag Palmer of Lake Sam- mamish Realty, Inc., handled FRIDAY EVENINGS BY arrangements for the develop- APPOINTMENT BELLEVUE SQUARE merit. Financing was through Next to The Theatre Fir st Federal Savings and t~ ~A.I~=y~" Loan Association, Mercer Is- land branch, Roy Riley, man- ager. Eastside firms did all ACME FRESH W H 0 L E BODIED POUND Repairs And Adusfmenfs CUT- UP OUR OWN PURE BULK - - - OCEAN FRESH KING - - U. $. CHOICE 7 - BONE - - - II II the work on the building. Businesses in the new center are Highlander Center coin- operated laundry and dry- oleaning plant, having its opening this Saturday. Web- er's Barber Shop, Louise's Styling Salon, Eastside Drap- ery, Eastgate A u t o Parts, Graves Rents, Dobbins Lum- ber, Owens' A ut o Rebuild, General Components Corpor- ation. Absentee Ballots Available For School Election lectors bring their stuff, big cities. trailers in which the material The county obtained its is hauled away, and a 900-acre Maple Valley land-fill area primary disposal area soon to only a short time ahead of the be opened in Maple Valley.avalanche of garbage which This area, Evans says, will be has nearly filled dumps at Renton Junction, Bellevue, adequate, with careful manage- Pacific City, the Puyallup site ment, for a land-fill operation and even the big dump at through the next 50 years. Evans, a former Port Angeles Houghton, which Evans esti- man, now lives in Renton with mates, will last only 18 months his wife and three children, more. The new Echo Lake cut- He got into public-health work off greatly improves the acres- in Clallam County before the sibility of the primary disposal war. After a wartime hitch in area in Maple Valley. Soon the Navy he came to the King nearly every transfer station County Health Department in site. Auxiliary to it is another 1946 when garbage-disposal of 566 acres east of Issaquah. regulation was one of the Pointing out that production responsibilities of that office, of garbage goes on every day, Garbage finally just became Evans explains that his depart- too much for the health office, ment also must operate on a Absentee ballots are now actually more ofan educational seven-day week. Big diesel available for the May 21 elec- tions in five KingCountyschool and regulatory agency in pub- tractor trucks snort out of the districts - Issaquah, Tahoma, lic health matters. Federal Way, South Central County commissioners recog- PUBLIC HEARING and Seattle- the county elec- nized that the problem was By tion department reports, one of engineering, and, decid- ISSAQUAH PLANNING COMMISSION Election Supervisor Edward ing that this was a service the Wednesday, May 22nd, 1963 - 8:30 p.m. J. Logan said residents of in. county must provide, they set Ci~Hall corporated towns and cities up the Sanitary Operations Request for rezone of the Lawrence should apply to their city clerks Department Evans came to it Campbell property to General Cam- inertial. This proporty approximately for the ballots Rural residents as its first director in January, 7/10 of a mile, south of Main St. on 8th should write or call at the 1959. Ave. South. The school garage borders county auditor's office in the Land Was Problem an the Noah. The N,P. Railroad borders courthouse. Things were in a mess. on the Wast. The Senior High School Election measures in the dis. Freeway construction was across the road to the East. triers are: eliminating major garbage Reasons for rezone to be able to put in a retail lumber yard. Issaquah - 6-mill $100,000 dumps, the flood tide of subur- Published in The Issoquah Press special levy for maintenance banization was running strong May 9 ond May16,1963. and operation; 7-mill $146: and increasing the need for 000 building-fund levy. disposal and at the same time ORDINANCE NO. B13 Federal Way- 8.2-mill $184: sending dump.site prices sky- 907 general.fund levy; 1.8-mill high and exciting heated objec- $40,989 levy for kindergarten; tions of property owners to 10-mill building-fund levy of any attempt to relocate the more than $225,000; $1,000,000 dumps. In the North End, building-bond issue, especially, land simply was not Tahoma - $115,000 building- available. bond issue; 29-mill $146,000 The commissioners author- building levy, both for 27-room ized an engineering study of grade school, the problem. Evans visited South Central - 19-mill other metropolitan areas and $187,000 maintenance and was impressed by the Los operation levy; 10-mill $95,000 Angeles and Chicago transfer levy to complete junior and operations senior high physical.education The county plan now is to facilities. Funeral Held for Rollo Beach A funeral was held Friday evening at lssaquah Funeral Home for Rollo Beach, 78, Route 1, Box 3334, Issaquah who died May 1 at his home after a long illness. Mr. Beach, a native of Mansfield, Penn., came west in 1902 to be with his father who was a physician at Roy. In the 1920's he had an employment office in Seattle, then in 1942 moved to Bellevue where he operated a poultry farm. In 1957 he moved to Pine Lake. Survivors include the widow, Carrie M. Beach, Iss~luah. The funeral was followed by entombment at Woodlawn Abbey Mausoleum, Puyallup. close all dumps as soon as they are filled up, excepting small ones in remote rural areas in- cluding Hobart, North Bend, Duvall and perhaps one or two other locations where need develops. Replacing the closed dumps will be the transfer stations. These are simply a huge hop- per under which big trailers are parked to receive the garbage. Disposal trucks and household trailers can be backed on top of the hopper and dumped. When the big trailer has its 90-cubic-yard load, a screen is turned over the top and away the trailer goes to the landfill area. Are people who live near where a transfer station is going in happy with the idea? "Evans admits that there are objections. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CiTY OF ISSAQUAH REGULATING PARKING ON CERTAIN BUSINESS STREETS. BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Issoquah as follows: SECTION I. No person shol} park a vehicle, or allow his or her vehicle to remain parked, between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., Monday through Friday on lOth Avenue botwoen Andrews Street and P.S.H. No. 2 or on Sunset Way botween 3rd Avenue and 12th Avenue. SECTION II. No person shall park a vehicle, or allow his or her vehicle to remain parked for a period exceeding two hours, on 10th Avenue betweon Andrews Street and P.S.H. No. 2, or on Sunset Way betwoon 8th Avenue and 12th Avenue botwoen the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. SECTION III. It shall be the duty of the Police Dopartment to properly mark the above parking restrictions by in- stalling proper signs. SECTION IV. Any person violating tho provisions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemoanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not to exceed $100.00 or by imprisonment not to exceed 10 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. SECTION V. This ordinance shall bo in tull iorce and offect flve days from and after its passage, approval and publication. Passed this 6th day of May, 1963. J. W. F[intoft Mayor Attest: Doris McGinn City Clerk Approved as to form: Walt E. Curnutt, City Aflornoy Publishod in the Issaquah Press May 9, 1963. Awards galore were handed Carmen Krall's 215 won her Foreign Wars the out at the joint season-end the Orthopedic trophy and a of 2878 party of men's and women's trophy for the best average im- " ~. "k bowling leagues at Hi-Ten provement, 25 pins. Kay Che- NIFTIES Bowl. valier got the women's inter- Final transfer station with those big Sylvia Sell got the high aver- national trophy for raising her -- ' side-dump box-body trailers of coal for heating In recent average the most within the -~ on an average of three times a years the garbage grinder in season Betty Erickson's 243 ~xa2Plitt~ day. The busy Bow Lake sta- the kitchen sink has been tak- got her the award for the high T:'rna~o~"~ tion yields from 12 to 16 loads ing much of the heavy, wet l0 above average. Individual Four Dra-s a day and all stations see a big organic waste, Use of paper trophies to the champion Untoueh~lcs peaking of use at Christmas -and polyethylene ,instead Of- Chuck,s Mobil team were hand_ Bawlin'Belles time and during spring clean- metal for packaging has ed to members Donna Burke ~..o.,,.,~o ore ' """~--"~ up days brought a m recent reduc- Florence Kinnune Carol Bern- Luck., Strikes More Trailers Needed tion The old ratio of five or ........... " ........... ~ -, St~'H I/UIU[~S ~Ubuy Vl~l'g~I~t W,:~th~7 D.~t,~liPF 2~ " " rds t ' ' ,~-~,.a ,-~-~ .... The department staff m- s~x cubic ya o the ton has Stanley and Joyce Lewis Har- eludes 10 drivers and four bull- given way to one of eight or ry's Texaco got the second and JITTERBU{ dozer operators, two investi- nine cubic yards to the ton. Elmer's Refrigeration the third Final gators and Evans and his secre- The makeup of garbage also spots. Texaco had the high tary. Ultimately every transfer varies with the locality. South game, 906 and Malone Ford the Dew Dro.,s station will have an attendant County garbage is we)ghted by high series 2468. "~ s o,a~u,,,= and caretaker. There are five the number of industrial con- Among 'the men bowlers 4"l)lu~s ...... trucks and 25 trailers. Another cerns which contribute to it. Elwyn Catty monopolized the Uorr~,~,~ Tovaeo truck and five more trailers Garbage is a persistent, if awards: High average, 179;high ~ntouchables will be needed when the addi- distasteful accompaniment of hame 269' high series 684' Old Fo,~ies tional transfer stations are modern life, and one which ABC belt buckle for imp'roved ~i~flt~~' com-'leted you can't refuse to look at in av r ~ 169to 179 ""':. .... - t, . . . e age, Me~aughton's You might think that garbage hopes ~t will go away. Hayes Elmer's Refrigeration took nose Sellers 185 isjustgarbage. Evans is the man King County the first spot with trophies Bo'b Cowin 224 H You would be wrong, accord- hires to look at the. garbage, going to Elmer Hard, A1 Sutter, 594 ing to Evans. Garbage changes keep looking, and figure out Brian Brown, Fred Schodde " in volume and character just wnattoaowltnlt. . ...... and dry and Merle Knudtson. TREAT FOR MOM as do the wavs neonle live. As age game awa.ru w~tn ~ anu Jim Healam took first spot The women of $~ an example,"lae~says, garbage the h~gh seines award with Johnny's Food Center was sec- Church are having | has been lighter. This trend 577h BlanefN#4~!nam" had !he dud and the Veterans of Saturday at the Issal bed, an about 12 years a~o when g o , and got me Foreign Wars third, ping Center beginnil t~-~',,~ ,~r-n o~me in'he use arm patch and award for pick- The Firemen had 1035 high This is a way to btV ..... ~" - ~ ~" ing up the big four split, game, and the Veterans of baked treat for Mol Lynden Brand OHN' I Washing+on Grown ~~~~u~~,m ~ .... . Fryers ~1[~ Single or Fryer mk n and Half Pkcjs.-sh ~, l lw #amous 6 TO 8 LB PIII'NI(S Ib" SMOKED II t PO1 IR()/k!,T Ib BONELESS. CROSS RIB OR BOTT )I I"R DU ID " HENRY HOUSE LI M. J. B. INSTANT COFFEE 10 OUNCE . . . $1.19 6 - OZ. INSTANT... m WEST BEST LB. FAMILY JOY CUT 303's 6/9 VETS 1 - Lb. Tin FAMILY JOY 2 "_' TINS MONEY-SAVING IN SPECIALLY MARKED PACKAGES NEWPurina Cat Chow 22-Oz. PKG. 39 NABISCO I - LB. PKG. NABISCO - LB. PKG. m i I m IIii m iiii i m i I Iii i ii i i i i i i iiiii i Tender Spears from Eastern Washington JUICY 5-LB. VALENCIAS Bag E, CRISP HEADS.. PRICES EFFECTIVE THuRsDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY --MXY 9 - l0 - Ii FREE PARKING ON ou, OWN LOT STORE HOURS ' t., xt7 PHONE EX 2-6)17 RIGHT TO LIMIT RESERVED - - _ ........ : ........ _. .f . ,. --~=.~T: ~.~