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Sheriff': Auction End of Road of Unclaimed Motor Vehicles to bring a lump Do other vehicles besides self to be a prophet from God cars gothroughthe auctions? and herald of a still greater gleaming new car, in "Oh. yes," said Hanson, Prophet, soon to appear." Daddy came home so "trucks, motorcycles- the law Denouncing corruption within the Moslem faith, this herald, (named All Muhammed but known to Baha'is as the 40 Years Ago meaning the "Gate", invoked to happy Mama and says any self-propelled vehicle." Junior and Sister, "Would a horse-drawnvehicle his followers to show by the integrity of their lives that a Mr. F. B. Suitor, aPineLake new moral and spiritual force had been released in the world. Although his declaration and martyrdom were only sixyears apart, the Bab used this time to travel the length and breadth of Iran, asserting that the corn- Lahar is a sister of Mrs. Hop- ing of a greater manifestation ler. from God was at hand. at last to this - knocked come within this law?" ta sheriffs sale for $15 "Technically, yes," the ser- ....... ~ - within a few geant said, "but actually we a bur~led-out hulk couldn't sell it because there scrap metal at about would be no way to determine of a cent a and notifythe owner." A few months ago a sheriff's By Roxaine Reynolds that 40 youngsters had been in the lobby sale of abandoned bicycles Den- AL5-5849 registered for kindergarten at Courthouse crated some real enthusiasm, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Wil- Briarwood School for next fall. of Sheriff Don bidders even paying higher son who live at 12415 148th The David Isgrigg family of auctioned off 185 than new prices for some of the Ave. S.E. became parents of a 12410 156th Ave. S.E. suffered motor vehicles for bikes. This never happens at boy on Friday, May 17. cuts, bruises and scratches - an average the car sales, Hanson says. The Dedication of the $1,531,742 when a horse ridden by Nancy $30 each. The high- junk men and wreckers bid up Issaquah High School was held Stewart, 14665 156th Ave. S.E. Price was $175, but methodically in $1 steps and at the school Sunday, May 19, reared and swung to the right for the minimum bid the last dollar raise takes the with Louis Bruno, state super- with a hoof coming down through 14 went to the firm offering. The customers know intendent of instruction, giv- the Isgrigg automobile wind- them put for the exactly what a car carcass is ing the principal address. The shield, on Sunday, May 19, in feeof$3, worth, school was first used late last S.E. 128th St. near 142nd Ave. ! do these cars, nearly fall although it was not com- S.E The car driven by Isgrigg Min i~'y G pleted at that time. was eastbound and the horse last year, come or roups tlld what becomes of Ten girls in Brownie Troop was westbound. The horse was ,re there any "good Helped fo Find 1625 accompanied by Mrs.John killed and the Stewart girl suf- Thursday sales? Bird, group leader, and Mrs. feted a shoulder fracture, cuts f the cars come to the GoD d Ray Beaudry spent a day at and scratches when she was . .ous.n= Santafair Saturday, May 18. thrown from the horse. The garages or towing which have repair The Fair Housing Listing The girls were served cake, Isgrigg youngsters, Dwight, 9, charges against Service, a volunteer organiza- ice cream and pop and attended Raymond, 7, and Calvin, 2, are vehicles ira- tion, is rounding out its first a circus show and enjoyed many were riding in the car with their by the sheriff or city year of action in the field of fun rides. The treat came from parents. the 2,378 the sheriff open housing. The committee the girls' sale of Girl Scout Parents of school children year 1,291 came was formed in 1962 when vari- cookies in March. Those who in the Lake McDonald area le garages and 1,087 ous groups and individuals enjoyed the outing were Lorie went together to purchase the of the city. Of joined forces to help combat Bird, Sally Brooks, Pauline three new bus stop shelters :e sold foratotal discrimination in housing. LaPointe, Colleen LaPointe, recently which are now in place The other 1,003 were The Fair Housing Listing Brenda Morrow, Patty Prumer, at the school bus stops. ) lie: lholders. ~lh'ocedure Services publishes and main- Viki McCormick, Peggy Holder, Cub Scouts and their fami- tains a list of more than 60 Susan Beaudry and Caren Lind- lies picnicked Sunday, May 19, laws spell out in detai~ homes for sale to all financially soy. at Lake Sammamish State Park the abandoned ca Parents of next year's kinder- when Cub Scout Pack 637 held handled. Sgt. William qualified buyers. The list in- Who has had the eludes homes in all areas of Darien youngsters at Briar- its annual picnic. A record ed-car detail for the Seattle outside the central dis- wood School gathered Monday, turnout wjas present for the ',explained it this way: trice, covers suburban commun- May 20, in the May Valley School pofluck-st~le picnic. Beauti- or towing corn- ities and represents properties holds the vehicle in all price brackets. These the sheriffs office homes are listed with the com- has been unclaimed mittee by owners who will sell The 15 days is the to minority families. amount of storage The committee has enabled can claim This was an average of two non-white the firms from families a month to buy good ~gup a high houses since its inception. an owner who These have been in many areas, ,t actually know where including the North and South Ends of Seattle, Mercer Island, Sheriff, s office sends the Bellevue, and other East Side an abandoned-motor-communities. The committee must makes no charge for its serv- the vehicle and its lo- ices. the names of The open housing program and legal own- resulted from two factors, say firm fills this out in members of the listing sPry- keeping one copy. ice: the difficulty experienced s go to the sheriffand by non-whites in finding homes where the license outside Central Seattle and the determines who willingness of many home- owners, once they are made license bureau re- aware of the facts, to show and sheriff notifies the sell to qualified persons re- nd legal owners by gardless of race or religion. mail under The basic purpose of the list- w. Owners have had ingservice, its members say, is notice to reclaim to bring such potential buyers ~rty, but the new law and sellers together. 20 days. At the end Homes and lots to be listed the sheriff are obtained through churches the cars and all over the Seattle area, which later sell them. inform their members of the to 200 are sold at service; from newspaper ads, library for a general organiza- ful weather contributed to the tion meeting of the Briarwood overall enjoyment of the day. Pre-School P-TA. Discussion A baseballgame was enjoyed was held on several items in- and a tug-of-war between the eluding desired meeting day, Cubs and their mothers brought amount of membership dues, many laughs. fund raising ideas and sug- Prizes were awarded to the gusted meeting programs. It boys who sold the most tickets was decided that the group in the pre-ticket sale for the will meet the last Tuesday of all-scout carnival in April. each month at 8 p.m. Dues will Duplicate awards for first be $1.00 per member per year. place went to Mike Olson and The group project will be to Mike Timmons who both sold construct safety paths, paint more than 100 tickets. Second crosswalks and place school place award went to Lawrence zone and crossing signs to pro- Revell, and third place was tect the young children who won by GreggAlexander. Four- will be walking to school in th place was won by Kenneth Briarwood next year. Fund Morgan. raising ideas were discussed Awards of merit badges were but a final decision was not also presented at the picnic made. Most of the committees beacuse there will be no pack were formed. It was announced (Continued on Page 8 ) MUSICAL INSTRUMENT FOR SUMMER SESSION We believe our prices am lower and we handle nothing but standard instruments both new and used. including tax Rents..,.,, trumpet, coronet, flute, clarinet, viola, drum kit, and otbon for the full 6 weeks. We also have trombones, saxa- phones, french horns, cellos, @tc. All rental can be applied to pur- chase. CALL,US NOW TO R .RSERVE YOUR INSTRUMENT. 14608Sdnset Hwy'SH 6-9440 MAY 18 to JUNE 8th selling price the the $3 fee for and for a bill of firm receives its 15 charges plus the sheriffs office is after the abandon- filed. The all event there is some this is divided county current- and the state 'fund. .ffs deputies con- mon- the bills of sale even see the cars. the ears have be- who simply lost them after a rod, or rear end has lillys for someone who repairs, a few of would be good buyers do (Buyers, must be 21 and of age.)This is risky, the cars where they no try- wreck- strip them of bat- radiators and then burn out Ind sell the remains If they are not ' are worth only and through personal contacts with sellers. Participants include Unitar- runs for Social Justice, Nation- al Association for the Advance- ment of Colored People, Har- mony Homes, Congress of Racial Equality, Urban League, B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League, Christian Friends for Racial Equality, United Church Wo- men, and many churches both in Seattle and its suburbs. Mrs. R. H. Davenport at GL 4- 5783 or Sidney Gerber at AD 2- 0687 have further information on the service. Baha'is Mark Founding Dae ISSAQUAH PRESS 4"/ family spent Wednesday visit- ,,~ ing Mrs. C. Alexander on Lake Is.~xqn~th, Washington Thursday, May 30, 1963 Sammamish. Several new cars have made 2 o'clock. Mr. Phillip Tin,Jail, farmer, was married to MIsstheir appearance thisweek, Mr. a city councilman of Seattle, Clara Scott of Seattle. C.J. Sween getting an Olds-will be the speaker for the oc- Mrs. E. L. Lahar and three mobile, Mr. jack Judge a Ford casion. Singing will be in- children are here from Louisi- roadster, Mrs. L. R. Heplercluded in the program and the ana as summer guests of Mr. a late model four-door Fordschool is arranging to give a and Mrs. L. R. Hepler. Mrs. Sedan and Mr. Andrew Thomp-couple of numbers. son a new Ford sedan. Memorial Day exercises will be held at the Masonic Hall at I 1 GALLON FREE WITH PURCHASE Of 4 GALLONS '!1 |[ OF ANY COLOR. ' 'ROfg, I: 'l LIMITED TIME ONLY! Mr. and Mrs. George Ek and FRESH, POUND ....... taurant Association*s conven- treasurer of the State Associa- Autos may run longer than tion. During the contest the tion of County Commissioners PLUMP WELL FILLER EU $ SHAFTER, U. S. 1 NO. PERFECT FOR JUICE 14440 SUNSET HY. SH 6-1950 E STGATE A G00D DEAL-"O" McNEAL I SAT. 7:30 106:30 8-12 ROYAL ASS'T FLAVORS 3-OZ. PKG. SHUR-FRESH BIG 32-0Z. JAR HORMEL'S SPAM 12-0Z. TINS I PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 30 THRU JUNE 1 - RIGHT TO LIMIT I VAN CAMP'S 29-0Z. TINS PITTED SHUR - FRESH r KMER ISSAQUAH VALLEY DAIRY LOCATION) students will be asked to pre- at its annual convention last pare, within a five-hourperiod, week in Wenatchee. I OPEN TIL 9P.M. DAYS LB. VERIFINE SKINLESS FRESH WASH. GROWN Legs, Breasfs, Thighs FRESH WASH. GRowNLB 29' i SHUR-FRESH POLY BAG OF4 3 / 99C HOT DOG BUNS SHUR-FRESH 3/99 POTATO CHIPS SHUR-FRESH OR NALLEY'S 3-PAK 2 / $1 ICE CREAM SPARKLE HALF GALLONS SHUR-FRESH 6-0l. FROZEN-PINK or REG. FRUIT COCKTAIL SHUR-FRESH 16-0Z. TINS 5 / '1 VEG. SHORTENING CRISCC) 3-LB. TINS CHARCOAL BRIQUETS GRILL TIME 10-LB. BAG PAPER NAPKINS SOFLIN 80 CT. WHITE or ASS'T 3 / 29" WHOLE ii pe & Sweef l (CUT WATERMELONS , . . LB. 1 lc R / Wosh. I "-READY NOWI" VOLUME Completely New POPULAR MECHANICS Illustrated HOME HANDYMAN ENCYCLOPEDIA & GUIDE DRIVE CAREFULLY YIELD THE RIGHT-OF-WAY! Just right for rotisserie or spit BONELESS FIESTA Whole or Half TOP U. S. CHOICE VERIFINE U. S. CHOICE BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND U. S. CHOICE VERIFINE NESTLE'S QUICK - - - 2 LBS., 6 OZ. 89c I Grand Opening To Be Announced Members of the Baha'l Com- murdty of lssaquah gathered on May 23 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Neffew to observe the anniversary of the Declar- ation of the Bab. A buffet dinner was served at 6:30 p.m.Following the din- ner, Keith Craig, secretary for the Baha'i Community of Kirkland spoke. Craig pio- neered for the Baha'i Faith in Rarotonga, the Cook Islands, and Taiwan. He attended the International conference at the Dedication of the Baha'l Temp~ in Sydney, Australia. Craig stated that 119 years ago, In the city of Shiraz, a young Persian announced him- |, DARIGOLD POUNDqD Cooking Contest Calls Massett Wilford Massett, son of the Victor Massett family, Issa- quah, is among the five Edison Vocational School food service department students who are in Chicago this week for acook- ing contest at the National Res- any one of five complete meals and to dish up 100 plates. The students also will be quizzed on technical subjects and asked to demonstrate special cooking skills. WALLACE ELECTED County Commissioner Scott Wallace, Carnation, was elected they used to, but so do the payments.