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0fl Serving Issaquah, High Point, Preston, Upper Preston, Hobart, Coalfield, Pine Lake, Beaver Lake, Lake Sammamish, Newcastle, Wlllowrldge Vol. 63 - No. 22 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON 10c PER COPY Thursday, May 30, 1963 - Everett Man +o Succeed Plans to continue Iss uah's p ade again. Memorial Rite traditional Labor Day parade Yearout said $100 has been this year were reinstated this given by Frank Fasano of This Morning n week, thankstothegenerosityof Nick's Care and $50 each by local taverns, Jack Yearout, Eagle Tavern, Log Tavern and Chamber of Commerce Labor H & H Tavern. A contribution Fallen Issaquah serviceme Day chairman, said today, is expected aJso from the Eagles will be honored at 11 a.m. this Yearout said that the contri- Lodge. Thursday in a short memorial butions, plus others expected, The chairman said the parade service arranged by the VFW and money to be turned over to will not be a stripped down post and its auxiliary. and comment by his committee by the Greater version, but will be as big as, The Rev. Robert D. Scott, publisher -- Issaquab Community Council, if not bigger than, last year's, minister of the Covenant Pres- -- Job. L. Fournler previous sponsors of the cele- Chuck Powers has accepted the byterian Church, will speakand bration, are enough to warrant parade chairmanship and the High School Band will play. ordof the Chamber's undertakin the marching units and hands here : last fall are being invited to return. Bill Lawrence and Mrs. john Chevalier will assist Pow- Clyde Matters era. "The community should feel thankful to these firms which have made it possible to con- tinue this feature of the Labor Day weekend," Yearout said. His committee earlier had announced that the parade could not be held because the city's ban on gambling would pro ........ vent the committee from op- - crating game concessions dur- ing the celebration weekend. Revenue from these had been counted on to pay the approxi- Issaquah School, Seniors, Parents All Agog for Events of Graduation Senior ~Photos anti Names on Pages 4 and 5 More than 140 lssaquah High plomas to the new gradutes. School seniors are in a whirl- The High School Band, di- 411 Fund Grows wind of school-end activity with rectod by William Klein, will baccalaureate set for 8 p.m. provide the processional and 12 Make Gifts this Sunday in the high school recessional and playone other cafetorium and commencement selection, Leidzen's "First Twelve more contributors to at 8 p.m. Wednesday, june 5, Swedish Rhapsody." The in- the District 411 College Aid in the high school gymnasium, vocation and benediction will Fund are listed by Mrs. John The class numbers a dozen be by the Ray. Robert D. Math- Chevalier as the fund corn- or so fewer than the record157 era. The closing number will mittee prepares to mg/