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June 6, 1963

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ORDER YOUR DRAPERIES NOW AND GET INSTALLATION N 41 ON EVERY DRAPERY ORDER SELECT FROM OUR TREMENDOUS SELECTION OF FINE DRAPERY MATERIALS COLORS AND FAB- RICS FOR EVERY ROOM IN YOUR HOME SEE OUR SPECIAL DISPLAY OF NEW DECORATOR SHUTTERS AND SHADES WE ARE EAST SIDE REPRESENTATIVES FOR KIRSCH RODS AND ACCESSORIES OPEN 9 TO 6 DAILY stside Drapery 3430 -- 146 S.E., HEINTZE BLDG. EASTGATE - SH 6-3633 \ Internationally famous Dolly Jacobs and her performing elephant, Dumbo, the feature at- traction of the Community Circus. Dolly and Dumbo come directly from a successful engagement in Disneyland. on Pressing Bills! ISSAQUAH PRESS Issa~luah, Washington Thursday, June 6, 1963 4 Fa mous Vcstinghous0 Open Handle STEAM or DRY IRON / Erclvs/ve . WIDER STEAM PATH Dampens faster, irons better. Extra vents in the soleplate make the difference. They /::'. ""i. put more steam over a wider area. ~_ ~/ yours today Get and start saving on pressing bills! "H S29 EXbrook 2-3370 The latest shipment of books from the King County Head- quarters to the Issaquah Li- in a world he never made and brary included several provoca-therefore inadequate to act, tive titles listed here: . . . or to accept responsibility , ~nnur ~. Trace Jr. "what .... issue however ~w's ' ' The naslc , , .._y Ivan Knows That Johnny Does- Mr -l~--son is the con ...... c n't", 1962. A disturbing book. . ~u,, qu~t u~ w ..... , inner space and here the aver- S:vme~ com2:o~eScAuTe:~an an~ age man has wisdom adequate tex'bo ........ to the task. t ors. uy the time Amerl- Hillel Black, "Buy Now Pay can school children get Jack- _ , "^~1 Here is ......... Later" l~t~ . a report- a~aldrJ~ up tne hlh, Sovle! er's examination of the buy-now ol tne same age Will robabl be ~i " "h ....go-now live-it-up-now and pay- p y o scussln t e nlll'S . ' i - " " . . later craze n America toaay altitude, mineral deposits and and how 't affects - ou' gee-physicalroleis world l y . affairs. Theodore H. White, "The Gerald W. Johnson, "The Making of the President," Man Who Feels Left Behind," 1961. Thejournalist-author 1961. Confronted with the new explores the secret planning learning of the space age, the and aspirations of seven men, well-intentioned American each of whom found his dreams tormented by the power that citizen may find himself lost might be his in the White House. At once a political study of power in America, and a chronicle of individual Americans caught in the act of leadership. 10, 11 and 12th MON.-TUES.-WED. NEVER BEFORE ON THE EASTSIDE! 2:30-- 4:30- * DOLLY JACOBS and ELEPHANT DUMBO DIRECT FROM DISNEYLAND * TERRELL JACOBS JR. PONIES & MONKEYS AN ACT BY THE YOUNGEST MEMBER OF THE OLDEST FAMILY IN CIRCUS * JACOBS and COMPANY FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN BULLWHIP ACT * HAPPY THE CLOWN LOVED BY CHILDREN OF ALL AGES * ANN BLAIR, QUEEN OF THE AIR ON THE SWINGING LADDER * CANINE CAPERS FAMOUS DOG ACT SHOP ALL CROSSROADS STORES FOR CIRCUS BARGAINS! .. 40 Years Ago The Community Church workers are badly handicapped in the Sunday School work, owing to a lack of room and have de- cided to put a concrete floor in the church basement which wiIl give considerable addi- tional room. Mr. William Moliice of Issa- quah was seriously injured at McIntosh May 26 and was taken to St. Joseph's hospital, Ta- coma. He sustained a broken limb and was badly bruised otherwise, The suit against the town and county for damages on Rainier Avenue Bridge, which was to have been heard yesterday has been postponed until the fall term. LEGAL NOTICE NO. 848 - King County COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE LOCATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF 174TH PLACE SE. (S.E. 280TH ST. TO S.E. 284TH pLACE) NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the 24th day of June, 1963, at the hour of 9:30 A. M., in the office of the Board of County Commissioners, Seattle, Washington, has beem fixed as the time and place for hear- ing upon the report of the County Road Engineer in the matter of the establish- ment of 174th Place S.E. (S.E. 280th St. to SE. 284th Place), the termini, general course and width of which, as recommend- ed in such report, being as follows: Beginning at the intersection of S.E. 284th Place and a line 485 ft. easterly and parallel to th~ North-South cen- terline of See. 36, Twp. 22 N., Rge. 5 E., W.M., thence northerly along said parallel line a distance of 918.20 feet to a terminus on the East-West center- line of said See. 30. 918.20 feet = 0.17 mile NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that all persons interested may appear and be heard at such hearing upon such report land upon the establishment of such road. DATED at Seattle, Washington, this 17th tday of May 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington ROBERT A. MORRIS, Clerk of Board By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy Published in the lssaquah Press June fl and 13, 1963. IL (BETWEEN VALLEY FABRICATORS AND DR. BENTLEY) STORE WEEKDAYS HOURS 7:30 !o5:30 in FOR A GOOD DEAL. "O" AT REG. 89c SPECIAL KEEP YOUR TAN FROM FADING BY SHULTON 24" DIAMETER WITH MOTOR AND ADJUSTABLE GRID 5 FRAGRANCES TO CHOOSE HOT WEATHER COLOGNE e Open Sunday 10 To 6 Issaquah Shopping Phone EXbrook 2-! I ALL DAY EVERY DAY- 25c EACH For Older Children - SCRAMBLER, ROLLER COASTER Kiddie - AUTO RIDE, SWING, FUN HOUSE and LIVE ELEPHANT RIDES. / SPECIAL REDUCED PRICE MERCHANT RIDE Pick up your tickets at any Crossroad Store -- Good for 15c on all circus rides KNITTED BY Jockey and Va Ill I [] DRESS SHIRTS / [] SUMMER STRAW HATS [] UNDERWEAR BY JOCKEY AND HEALTHKNIT [] TiES [] KEDS ROCK HOUND [] BELTS [] SPORT COATS [] SWEAT SHIRTS [] WALLETS SHOPPING COMMUNITY N.E. 8th and 1S6th N.E. LAKE HILLS AULSBY'S DEPARTMENT STORE L