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]MSAQUAH PRE88 IMaquah, Washington / 8 ,=.,- Recreation Director .o,. About Police Force Summer Summer Softball Schedule ,~0.,,.~ from Page One) Recreation , representing the Council at the Planning Commission meet-Scheduled A two-dlvision summer soft- man (b); Turner's v. Iss. Ingso a liaison requrested by ball program of nine teams will IVlerch. (s). open its play next Monday, re- July ii: Oly. Mason. v. Commission Chairman Herb creation director Bob White Union Tav. (b); Fireman v. Herrington. reports. Lions (s). Mayor Flintoft broached the The lssaquah summer recre- The northern division will July 15: Iss. Merch. v. subject of use of arterial street atlon program will be conducted ! include Issequah Merchants, Jack's (b); Union Tav. v. Log improvement money from the from June 17throughAugust16. Lions, Log Tavern, Olympic Tar. (s); I state gas tax. The city has about Acitivities for the nine-week Masonry and Larry's Singal July 18: Lions v. Turner's $7000 available for this purpose program include baseball, soft- ~, teams. The Southern division (b); Jack's v. Log Tav. (s). and might use it on the Hobart ball, swimming (July 15-26), road entrance to town or on tennis, hiking, camping and , teams will be Jack's Drive- July 22: Lions v. Union Rainier Way, north entrance, adult softball. Free bowling i \\,\ ln,menAllTurner* SandteamsUnionwillTavern.ElectriC,play a double-Fire" MasonTaV'july (b);(s).25: Turner'SOly. Mason.V" OlY.v. plans.b°thFrankkeYFasano,Pr°JectSresidentin arterialon the lessonsHi_Ten lanes.Will be offered by the round robin in their division Jack's (b); Fireman v. Lar- Hobart Road, said he opposed A 50-cent registration fee and a single round-robin be- ry's (s). putting city money into paving will be asked to pay the costa tween divisions. All games July 29: Larry's v. Turn- it until after the Echo Lake cut- of the program. This one fee' \ wilIseasonStartwill atbe 7followedP.m. byThea er'SMerch.(b);(s).Union Tav. v. Iss. off opens. Heavy trucking now is good for all activities \ AERIALIST - - Anne Blair, Queen of the Air, is one of the feature attractions of the Community Circus, which will be at Crossroads on June 10, II and 12. By Roxaine Reynolds AL 5-5849 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Maggs are parents of a boy born at Renton Hospital Friday, May 24. The Maggs live in Hill- crest Heights at 12638 155th Ave, S.E. Mrs. Bud Koenig, 11824 164th Ave, SE. is serving a month on jury duty. William Moss, 19220 S.E. 128th, has won the right to com- pete in Walla Walla June 22 for the Pacific Northwest Toast- masters title. He talked him- self into the District Two cham- pionship Friday night, May 24, at the district finals held at the Norselander Restaurant. His speech was a dramatization of an impending airplane crash. His victory was the climax to two months of competition, in which he won titles in his club, the Sea-Ren Toastmasters Club in the area competition, and in the division competition prior to this contest. Bill is the vice-president- elect of the new Briarwood Ele- mentary P.TA. He and his wife, Fay, have three sons st home, Biff, 6˝, Joe, 5, and Brad, 3˝. In addition to the honor he brought to the club, the club president, Larry Cooke of Ren- ton was elected Toastmaster of the Year in District Two, and the Sea-Ran Club was chosen Club of the Year. In the "Fly-Up" ceremony for fourth grade Brownies, 11 Monza Spyde˘ Convertible Come hill... championship tournament on August I: Iss. Merch. v. coming through Issaquah would throughout the nine weeks. Labor Day weekend. Fireman (b); Log Tav. v. Tur- pound the new paving to pieces, The season schedule follows, ner's (s). he said. Possible sewer ex- The schedule for the week Initials indicate where the game August 5: Larry's v. Union tensions down Hobart Road june 17-21 is: will be played: (b) baseball Tav. (b); Lions v. Jack's (s). within the next year or so also field, (s) softball field, (j) jun- August 8: ~)ly. Mason. v. make paving inadviseable now, Baseball, boys, Monday inr High field. Fireman (b); Iss. Merch v. the mayor commented, through Friday, 9-11 a.m. At the suggestion of Council- Softball, g i r I s, Monday June 10: Lions v. Olympic Log. Tav. (s). man James Stepbenson the through Friday, 11 a.m. - 12 Masonry (b); Log Tavern v. August 12: Larry's v. Log Larry's Signal (s). Tar. (b); Turner's v. Fire- Council will look into the pos- noon. sible economies of having the June 13: Jack's Drive In ~)an (s); Oly. Mason. v. Lions county do major street pro- Tennis, boys and girls, Mon- v. Fireman (b); Oly. Masonry . jects. Bring on those mountains! They're not so high and six and rear- v. lss. Merchants (s). August 15: Union Tav. v. June 17: Log Tav, v. Iss. Turner's (b); Lions v. Lar- Merch. (b); Turner's Elec. v. ry's (s). PATROL OF THE MONTH -- Young safety patrolmen of the Issaquah School District honored at a May 2 luncheon at Pantley's in Eastgate are from left, Ricky Matters, Greg day, Wednesday, Friday at High School, I-3 p.m. Bowling, boys and girls, Tuesday and Thursday, 1-3 p.m. .... ..... ii!!!!!iiii i!i iii 20th St. Ray McKweon, $35,000 dwell. ing, 23265 S.E. 53rd St. E. A. Cross, $23,000 dwelling, ~5635 129th Ave. S.E. David Dothower, $19,000 SUNSET WAY ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON EXCHANGE 2.-3333 dwelling, 18806 S.E. 144th St. CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROL/:T, CHEVYn' CORVAIR AND CORVE1TE dwelling, 12806S.E.45thPlace. Hector LaChance $4,000 addi- P tion to dwelling, 21837 S.E. ................................................ ~ ............................................................................. And there's more to feel good about. No problems with your radiator boiling AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALIm'8 Councilman Peterson asked for an investigation of what looked and smelled, he said, like sewer outfalls on Issaquab Creek near Sunset Way. The latter part of the Coun- cil meeting was given over to renewed discussion of a sche- du/e for a city business license fee. Councilman Edgar Morri- son reported on a meeting with business leaders on this prob- lem and submitted their re- commendations to the Council. A Council committee and others interested will go over the re- commendations at 8 p.m. Mon- day in the office of City Attorney Walter E. Curnutt. Curnutt said no schedule can be both simple and equitable and that he did not want to see the city involved with gross in- come reports. Fasano, who helped draft the recommenda- tions, said his group felt that this was the only way to sort out the "little guys" and the '2)Ig guys." The buslnessmen's com- mittee proposals included: A $10 annual fee for firms grossing $12,000 or less and doing less than half their busi- ness here. A $i0 fee for ped- dlers grossing less than $12,000. A $25 fee for any concern with a home office and most of its business here. A $25 fee for any concern grossing $12,000 up to $50,000 on its business here. A $40 fee for firms gross- ing $50,000 up to $150,000 an- nually here. A $60 fee for any concern grossing $150,000 or more here. A $40 fee for professional people, bus lines and auto freight lines. A $60 fee for '%asks, mort- gage companies, escrow com- panies, savings and loan asso- ciations, clinics, sanitariums, nursing homes, hospitals, bil- board companies, and public and private utility companies excepting garbage collection which will be assessed on gross business. A gross commission levy for real estate and insurance firms. A levy on 50 per cent of the gross sales of retail grocery stores. McBride, Steve Hircko Brla schlus and Greg Koe;ng. Women Golfers In a over or going dry, because there's no radiator. Corvair's lne is air cooled. No concern about brake adjust- ments, either, because the brakes adjust themselves. Nothing much to think about at all except the good time you're having. Like to do that in a sporty bucket- seated Monza Club Coupe or Convert- ible? Like to spring into summer with a 4-speed stick shift* and Spyder pack- age* with its 150-hp Turbocharged engine? Your dealer's got just the Corvair and the Trade 'N' Travel deal on it to put you in a holiday mood. *Optional at extra cost Mrs. Albert Watson was 4 up to lead the first division in Mount Si Women's Golf Club match versus par competition last week. Mrs. Lloyd Desler and Mrs. Warren Laing tied at 3 up for honors in the second division. Other division win- ners were Mrs. Ray Charles, 3 up, third division; Mrs. Alden Hanson 5 up, fourth division, and Mrs. Ted Austin, 6 up, fifth division. In the week-long competition Mrs. Watson also was first with .......... 5 up in the first division, Mrs. Desler witl~ 5 up in the second and Mrs. Bill Maskrod with 6 up in the third. Mrs. Tom Thoreson was a member of the winning four- some in the annual pro-ladies' tournament at Maplewood Golf Course on May 24. Led by the host pro, Frank Aliment, the foursome scored an 18- Monza Spyder Club COupe under-par 50 for low net hon- ors. Mrs. LaVon George, of the or high water Mount Si course, carded a net 66 for first division net score individual honors. Harry Um- bineiti scored a 66 for second low net gross in the pro divi- sion. Building Permits County building permits is- sued recently for construction in the Eastside area include: Gregg Wilson Co., four $15,000 dwellings, vicinity of S. E. 41st St. and 135th Place S.E. Leonard G. O'Niel, $500 gar- age, 4014 148th Ave. S.E. G. O. Asch, $30,000 dwelling, 18230 S.E. 41st Place. Clifford L. Johnson, $23,000 dwelling, 12100 S.E. 60th Place. Gaillard R. Graham, $25,000 :FREE PAR-KI-NG o~. OU,,LOT PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY. SATURDAY - JUNE 7 & 11111 9ave many hours to bus safety work. FoOD L b Se ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING a FOLGERS Pounds ONE POUND TIN-- FOLGERS INSTANT COFFEE -- 6-Oz. 79c -- SUNSHINE KRISPY LB. Pkg. SUNSHINE HYDROX LB. Pkgs. STANDBY DELICIOUS FLAVOR 303 TINS STANDBY 46-0z. TINS FAMILY JOY 303 TINS TINS SIRLOIN mighty when you've got Corvair's gutty engine traction working on them. You scurry up the meanest grades. You move with sure-footed agility on wet pavement, muddy lanes, gravel and other would-be miseries. And wiLh most of Corvair's weight on the rear wheels, you have easy steer- ing, too. Fact is, the handling's so light and responsive we don't even offer power steering for the car. Union Tav. (s). August 19: Iss. Merch. v. June 20: Fireman v. Tur- Oly. Mason. (b); Log Tav. v. her's Elec. (b); Larry's v. Oly. Lions (s); Fireman v. Union Mason. (S). june 24: Larry's v. Lions Tar. (J). August 22: Union Tar. v, (b); Jack's v. Union Tar. (s). Jack's (b); Log Tar. v. Oly. June 27: Oly. Mason. v. Mason. (s); Larry's v. Iss. Log Tav. (b); Iss. Merch. v. Merch. (j). Lions (s); jack's v. Turner s Elec. 0). August 26: Lions v. Iss. July 1: Union Tav. v. Fire- March. (b); Fireman v. man (b); Iss. March. v. Lar- jack's (s). ry's (s). August 29: Turner's v. July 4: Lions v. Log Tar. (b); Jack's (b); Oly.Mason. v. girls of Brownie Troop 1625 Jack's v. Larry's (s). Larry's (s). in their new Scout uniforms July 8: Log Tav. v. Fire- were presented their Brownie iWings, their new Girl Scout cussed the teaching of science girls' parents attended a cere- pins, and their membership in the elementary grades and monial the girls held. stars on Thursday, May 23. Mr. Martin Budzuis displayed Issaquah Junior High School Mothers were on hand to watch audio visual equipment, presented its annual spring the program. Girls who were in- A report of the convention concert Tuesday, May 28, in vested were Vicky McComrick, of Washington Congress of the Junior High School Audi- Colleen LaPointe, Pauline La- Parents and Teachers was torium. The band, special Pointe, Peggy Holder, Laura given by Mrs. William Moss, band and chorus each took Warden, Patty Prummer, Caren who will be president of the part in the program. Amongthe Lindsey, Brenda Morrow, Sally new Briarwood Pre-School P- songs sung by the chorus were Brooks, Susan Beaudry and TA. "Down In the Valley," "On Lorle Bird. Junior Troops of Camp Fire Girls in the Shu- Top of Old Smoky" and "Now Girl Scouts in grades 4, 5 and 8 Ta-Lua.Ki group boarded one The Day Is Over." William Klein, will be organized at May Valley of the Harbor Tours boats in high school band director, was School and Briarwood School Seattle, Saturday, May 18, and special guest artist playing his in the fall. Troop Leader of cruised across Puget Sound to guitar. Directing the concert Troop 1625 is Mrs. John Bird. Blake Island where they visi- was Robert Runyan and Carl Mrs. Donald Morrow is Troop ted the Indian Village. They Showalter. Chairman• feasted on barbecued salmon Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gallagher, May Valley School PreSchool and festive smorgasbord. They 13631 197th Ave. S.E. became P-TAmetforthelasttimeofthe enjoyed the Indian dances parents of their fourth child, school year Tuesday May 28 and ceremonies before they re- a boy, on Tuesday, May 27, at in the school library. May Val-turned to Seattle. A trip to Renton Hospital• Three sis- ley's new principal, Dick Woodland Park Zoo completed ters, Kathy, Mary and Patty Williams, was introduced. Of- the day. This outing was paid welcomed their new brother ricers for the 1963-64 school for by money earned by the who has been named John year, President Mrs. Richard girls in their Camp Fire Mint Martin. Ank, Vice President Mrs. Don Sale in February. Girls in the Miss Cheryl Gaye Harder, Meeks, Secretary Mrs. John group are Jeri Granger, Con- daughter of Mrs. Kenneth Har- Waltosz and Treasurer Mrs. nie Peterson, Mardell Anson, der, became the bride of James Hobart Waters were installed Maureen Donlan, Valerie Graves, E. Ashbaugh May 17 at the in their new offices. The school Bonnie Palmer, Cheryl Medres Sierra Heights Baptist Church curriculum from first grade and Eileen Fisher. Mrs. Ger- in Renton. through sixth grade was dis- ald Graves, guardian of the May 27 was a bigday for Don- cussed by four of the May Val- group, and Mrs. Milton Palmer hie Gregg, son of Mr. and Mrs. ley teachers. How arithmetic accompanied the girls on the Don Gregg, 20124 S.E. 152nd, and reading are taught was ex- trip. The final meeting of the for he became 6 years old. He plained by Mrs. Cook and Mrs. group for the year was held celebrated his birthday with a Clyde Matters. Mr. Amos dis- Wednesday, May 29, when the party for his friends.