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SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR . FOSTER HERE SUNDAY shorter hours, something like th w I ative Ease At Thorp Next Sunday. drive for selling bonds to get money[ ------ for nations cutting each other's The combination representing Is- throats in Europe. I saquah on the baseball field Sunday If Americans show half as much lput up a fairly good brand of ball, willingness to finance prosperity at twinning very handily from Foster, home as they showed in financmgl9-3. wholesale murder abroad, the Presi-l Two brothers of rather odd name, dent's plan will go through I Iscerino, accounted for all of the vis- not show "willin ess" , " fi u m If they do gn liter s runs, and cut a big g re the President may find some other lthe defense of the team. way o{gettintgh:: Ulht:. eo le wantl Roy Tucker, diminutive second this district are three projects on tim rte.Knows t .,P P . . i baseman, played his first game for Sunset Highway. somethmg done ann w]u support nm I Issaquah and handled himself like an No. 1. Paving with concrete 3.2 miles, Middle Crossing to Lower efforts. I old-timer. Crossing of the Snoqualmie this side Ii ROAD BIDS CALLED I o WEST N WASHINGTON ON SUNSET HIGHWAY Bud Wo.ld Ci---til FAIR SOON AT HAND Three Projects Have--To Do With Expense By About E'gh y- September 1s-z4 hring'-----~34th Annual Work Over Snoqualmie Summit;[ six Hundred Dollars; En- Western Washington Fair, in Puy- Thirty Hour Week Basis. dorsed By Association. allup; Expect 175,000 Visitors. Bids for a million dollars' worth of Consideration of a proposed school With the opening of the 34th An- state-federal highway constructionlbudget, prepared by the board of dlr- nual We~ern Washington Fair at )rejects were called Monday. lectors, occupied most of the time of Puyallup less than two months away, Of articular interest to eople of the meeting of th Taxpayers' Associa- preparations for staging the exhibi P P " - tion last evening. This proposed budget includes ev- erything provided for the pupils un- der the budget prepared by the school board an data saving of approxim- CHECKING ELIGIBLES FOR WELFARE RELIEF All Employers Asked To Report on All Getting Employment That the" Lists May Be Properly Revised. The amount of weekly food vouch- era issued to unemployed families was cut 20 per cent and 150 em- ployes of the King County Welfare Board's staff were laid off Tuesday as the result of the government's shutting down on relief funds. V.*. D. Shannon, relief commission- er Jor the county, said yesterday that tion upon a grander scale than ever Governor Martin had been succssful before have been speeded up and the in getting $500,000 unemployment mammoth show plant is now the scene run,Is from the government for use of great activity, in the state, thus staving off for a Buildings will be in readiness to tim~, the relief crisis faced August 1. ~ ~ .. . . Geologists gathered in Washington K~:Tel; Fho~tfe~'tog lsi::e:llhtith: of_the Summit. . .... ately $8,600, about the amount ex-house the most elaborate and varied The federal relief commission last ........... rma way No z raving wltn concrete 9.1 pected from a ten-mill levy. It was display of agricultural and industrial _ ........ week announceo ~nat uurlng the tiong'~veanO lnc clentattyreas altsrts i: Interestingure-ln-~- you, four of whichim wereac ountim forgarneredintwothe miles Lake Keechelus to Kachess Riv- thoroughly considered and unam- exhibits ever assembled for the fall . , .... s e second inn" g, c " g er, in Kittitas county mously passed by the association in exhibition and the presentations will fmnths~ of_August_ ~, and .... Se"temberi, _. _ the the form m wm g mclude horses, cattle, fruits, grains, . ....... i, YO:a~lrea~:=::i:Yt~:n:t:::f :h: runs, both Iscerinos connecting ana No. 3. Constructing 316 feet of " "'ch it is iven below " _ un~s mus~ De suppuea Dy sates ana .,, , Icountles l~lng county ana several casml y g coming in on hits by F. Bagby and timber extension to snow sheds, Lake It does not prowde for a 10-mm levy. poultry, dairy products, motor car~.l .. " ..... worm. un t farm im lements ma~ine exhibits"ltners in wasnington were unable to _ - Tech.In thefourththeyco te(l~#~eh~ln~ ~ieinitv I.~_ , ................ . General Control 0. . P ~ "', _ " ..... ":'[provide any funds whatever. Gov- at:"-" a e . Ime art, manuIacturea artlc,es w~tn . h~heu:Un~ ~t:dm:gs :t th:? :gn li:;:ld :ng::, fle~;:: th:~ ,Ka:sds ad::r~ed7 dhe~ ~h:tnPrl~e=ptr:v~d Office expense .................... $ .50 .... l ernor Martin asked for $1,500,000, w s r , n ...... 1"" 0o exhibits from farm and cxty homes ......... i!~!:~lY:~uPtii::ind~his i i!! beT:s:nstingy, allowi but tw~ ate-federal program. ~terK, oi ~oaracl~,~, ~^~.,-~ .................... ..................... 15"00 For seven full days,. September 18!~ut^. 5?cetvea,,,~.~. only one-~mrd the the five cantos,ng StThe callf rbi-ds specifies that the w,~,~ ......... 15 00 to 24, the Far will be m progressl .... , . 11 o rO 1 -- u,.WlTn all exnlDltS unoer cover, lne . P .., , Issaquah went hitless in the first, workers will work on a thirty hour ........... ~ ......................... ' ............ ~vteanwnim, improveu conditions years." Many things snoula oe accom- " ^ . ~=~ ~ne(lucatlonal, historical, agricultural .............. onsid [but started to work on Al Iscerlno m week bas~s.Unskilled labor will ~e .e,epnone. ............................... ov ............. have brought the total number of pllsneo In tnaz tengtn oI time, c -,. . , - .......... bout ne secona ano never let up until he paid a minimum of fifty cents per t~ommencement .................... .. xov.wand industrial displays and amuse- unemployed served by the county welfare board down to 47,000, eom erlng tnat an numan mstory a . . " " we reall know an 'hin oes retired in the seventh. His succes- hour, and skilled labor a minimum of ~ oo0 ,~ment features will eclipse all former " wmcn ., y .... yt g' g _ sor allowed but one hit in each inning sixty-five cents per hour. Five cents ln.truction ~ ..... en~ertamment" ........ programs o~ tne Dig pared to a peak in March of nearly DUCK less tnan lo,uuu years, or a one- 71,000. m-'":^-*~ -~-~ ^f +h- ti~'e that lies but one of them was a triple by Koss, immediately aheadofjs. WhN:x:Cs:enddM;I:isaquah will go toI In Greenland Eskimos come trek-IThrp for a return game. king great distances to see Colonel] The Score Lindberg and his wife, who are mak-lFoster ab r h po a e ing air maps of a northern route to lWelsh 2b ............ 5 0 0 0 5 1 Europe. The Eskimos, with thew [yeast ss ................ 3 0 1 3 1 wives, sit by the hour and gaze at the IHyde lf-p ............ 5 0 12 0 0 plane, after it has come to earth, then lL. Iscerino cf ........ 4 1 12 0 1 go back to tell about it, and are nnotlBaker 3b ............ 4 0 11 3 0 believed. ]A. Iscerino p-lf .... 4 2 11 4 o It is probobly compared in size IF. Bagby rf ........ 4 0 10 0 1 with a wild goose, biggest bird in]c' BusbY c .......... 4 0 03 1 1 Greenland, and roaring with the noiselTech lb ................ 4 0 112 0 0 that geese make. That the plane is[ ..... a living being, carrying human beingsI 37 3 7 24 14 4 around, the Eskimos probably do notl doubt. [Issaquah ab r h po a e ~ ~ Thomas lb .......... 5 1 0 10 0 2 Twenty-four years ago the French- Reini 3b .............. 5 2 1 2 1 1 man Louis Bleriot, flew acrosss the English channel, startling the world and the British especially. When that happened, after Lord Northcliff, the owner of the London Daily Mail, has offered 10,000 pounds' reward for such a flight, England's greatest de- fense became meaningless. Napoleon sat on the edge of the channel wait- ing for the wind to change, but never crossed. Now any boy can fly from the continent, land in England, and if undeterred, drop what he pleases on any city. Northcliffe, by the way, told the writer that having offered the 10,000 pounds reward, he got "Lloyds" to insure him for a trifle against paying and Lloyds paid the 10,000 to Bleriot. Real flying began when Orville Wright flew, with a heavier than air plane, 120 feet. Then Bleriot flew across the channel, then Lindbergh flew the Atlantic to Paris. Now Wi- ley Post, in a little more than seven days, flys around the world, the Ital- ian admiral, Balbo, is flying home on the return trip to Italy, with his (Continued on Page 2) Morrison c .......... 5 0 2 6 2 0 L. Chevalier If .... 4 0 1 2 0 0 J. Castagno ss .... 4 1 1 2 4 1 Brolio rf .............. 2 1 0 1 0 0 Monti cf .............. 4 2 2 1 0 0 Koss p .................. 3 1 1 0 1 0 Tucker 2b ............ 4 1 1 3 4 2 36 9 9 27 12 b Johns' Grocery Store Moves To New Location The new store will handle a com- plete line of fruits and vegetables on a new vapor-cooled rack. This an hour higher than existing scales. America's Golden Age Discussed At Kiwanis The talk at Kiwanis luncheon yes-i terday on "Golden Age of America! Coming", by Albert B. Lord of So-i attle, was just a little different from! anything yet heard by that group! Mr. Lord preferred to call his talkI a round-table conference in whichi he painted a picture of how the ma- chine age had pushed us all back and! made us slaves to it, and the Nation- al Recovery Act was now trying to push us back. He sees the human race without a background from which to build and now practically snowed under. He then read one o2 his own articles entitled "Getting No- where". He says the return of pros- perity, as we remember it, and for which we have waited all too long, is not to be. His idea of the Golden Age is an age of superior humanity. He places us in the skim milk period now and sees our future background as the (Continued on last page) Lake Wilderness 4-H Club Picnic Enjoyed In annual picnic, 350 members and leaders of the King County Boys and Girls 4-H clubs met at Gaffney's vantage. The management extends a cordial ship of Wesley Wilhight of Cedar invitation to the puhlic to attend Falls who is vice-pr~ident of the or- the opening sale on Saturday, Aug. 5. ganization Coffee and cookies wiii be served In the afternoon a short leaders' during the day. meeting was held in regard to making .......... plans for the county leaders' camp, which is to be held August 17th and 18tb, after which all enjoyed a good swim. IIIIIIIIIIBIIIIBIBIIIBII~IIIBIIBIIBlilIIIIIIIIIBIlIIIIIIBIIII||~ pecials II I I exh~b~tmn 1 Supt. and Teacher ............ $1800.00 ' "" 2 H S Teachers 1200 240000 President W. A. Linklater urges 6 H: S: Teachers ::::::::::::::::::::::: residents to plan early for Fair wee~;, 1 Grade School Principal ...... 1200.00 settmg amde two or more days to aT- 8 G. School Teachers 900....7200.00 ford opportumty .to see me wnote 1 G. School Teacher Preston..1000.0o show. Fair offlcmls prom~se that 1 G. School Teacher Preston.. 900.00 every bulldmg, ana every ~oo~ ox ex- hibit space Wltt oe ~nled ~o overitow- $20,500.00 ing this year. Text Bool~ Grade School ...................... $ 800.00 INIIIN~TlflN fil:lAVg High School ............................ 200.00 at~,#~t~aa~t~ ~.~.~sffia,.# 7 00 0;I ELECTION ON RECALL Supplies I Grade School $110000 Pr me lect ....................... ~Those o tlng E ion Called To High School 200 00 .... ": ........................ ___'_ / Show Cause Why Enjomder Should ~anuat rlralnlng .................... ZUU.UO / ~,,~ .... oaa an| Not Be Made Permanent. In the case of the recall of Mayor ~- .... Alexander, the. offensive has been Operation 2 anJitors 960 .................... $1920.00 taken during the past week by Mrs. 1 Janitor Preston ................ 150.0o Alexander, through her attorneys, Fuel ................................. ~ ...... 1325.0o Cole & Dolby, of Seattle. Light and Power .................... 400.00 They have served an injunction on Water ...................................... 100.00 R. I. Case, city clerk, and the county Janitor supplies .................... 200.00 election board estopping them from ,proceeding with the election and also $4105.00 Maintenance Insurance .............................. $ 818.00 Appraisal ................................ 240.01) Repairs .................................... 550.00 Upkeep .................................... 400.00 Carpnter, summer .................. 250.0(I $2258.00 Bus expense ............................ II00.00 Gasoline ................................ I000.00 Oil ............................................ 100.00 Insuarnce ............... ~ ................ 500.00 serving summons on all parties con- cerned to appear in court next Mon- day to show cause why the enjoinder should not be made permanent. The grounds on which the injunc- tion was requested constitute a gen- eral denial of charges made in the petition and a claim that the charges (Continued on last page) $5250.00 Caldtal Outlays Sidewalks, Issaquah ............ $ 200.00 Continued on pap 4! column ,2) Other Haulinl at Right Price Young People To Have Assembly Next Week l The greater percentage of im- provement was noted in communities out,~ide the city of Seattle. Figures show a 32 per cent drop since June 1 outside Seattle and 23 per cent in the city. In the district served by the Ren- ton office of the welfare board, the drop was from 8,020 to 2,195, or 27 per cent. Following is the reduction by districts in the county since Jan- uary 1 : Kirkland-Bothell-Bellevue 21 per cent; Kent 34 per cent, North Bend-Snoqualmie 58 per cent, Enum- claw 68 per cent, Vashon 58 per cent, Burien City-White Center 36 per cent,'Skykomish 77 per cent, Renton- Issaquah 27 per cent. As a safeguard to protect families actually in desperate need of help, Mr. Shannon has asked heads of in- dustries and business firms to supply hit with names and addresses of all emp|oyes hired since June 1. Lists are being checked against a master file in Seattle for the purpose of el- imitating persons who claim fraud- ulently that they need aid. "Every dollar taken by a man who Ioesn't actually need it means just tha~ much less for destitute parents and children under the reduced bus- get we have been forced to adopt," ~ Mr. Shannon said. "It is up to ev- ery citizen to see that these precious funds are not wasted." Employers are asked to mail pay- roll lists, not necessarily showing the amount of wages, to the welfare board's headquarters, 1910~ Fourth Avenue, Seattle. A three-day assembly for all young people of high school age and college age will be held at the Tabernacle grounds on the west shore of Lake Sammamish August 8, 9, 10. Young people of Issaquah, Red- mond, Fall City, Duvall, Tolt, Sno- qualmie, Snoqualmie Falls and North Bend, with their pastors, are sponsor- ing this assembly. The only charge is 25 cents and food for each person. Those in Issa- quah community who wish to go should communicate with Mrs. E. L. Lahar on or before next Sunday. August 13th Date For Demo Repeal Picnic Sunday, August 13, a Democratic repeal of the 18th amendment meet- ing is to be held at Orchard Park on the west side of Lake Sammamish. Among the prominent speakers will be ex-Governor McBride, who is a cv-~didate for the repeal convention, ex-CouRty Commissioner William Brown, J. C. Herman, Don Under- woo~, and A. B. Campbell. (Continued on lut page) TOMATOES, fresh and firm, 2 lbs ............... 9c MAYONNAISE, Happy Home, pt. 25; qt. 48c PICNIC HAMS, 4 to 8 lbs., per lb ................. 11c COFFEE, Gold Shield ........ 1 lb. 28c; 3 lbs. 7Sc JAR RUBBERS, Cupples, 4 pkgs ................. 15 CARNATION OATS, large pkg ..................... 17c SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR .................... 29c BROOMS, Lighthouse .................................... 29 Phone &93 We Do All Kinds of Hauling Buslnass Evat7 BuslneJs Day --- between -- Seattle and Coalfield, lssaquah, High Point, Pro~ton, Mouohon, Elliott and Cedar Grove, and all way plaen SPECIALS THIS WEEK '" ] I l t l l l I PURE HOM~ MADE 2'- 15C POUND Fresh Side Pork oo.o 10c POUND SCOTCH SOAP, large pkg ............................. 19c Issaquah Transportation Co Inc FLOUR, Homelike $1.25; Fisher's Blend $1.65 i ! s LITTLE PIG LBS. 25C August 8th, you will pay 35c moreper sack for.this AUTO F ZIGWr AND T NSZ'n ... flour because of the tax. Buy NOW and SAVE! GOOD VARIETY LUNCHEON MEATS Seattle Depot--Railroad Ave,, Dmwborn lilt, and Railroad Way ................. , Issaquah, Washington Loavo fJoattlo ld)O P, M. Only Leavo lsMqu~h g,O0 A, M. Telephone Main 894 Wuhed-Sand and Gravel l