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Going On Mere! lervlng Immqmlh, High Point, Preston, Upper Preston, Holmrt, Coalfield, Pine Lake, Beaver Lake, Idake Iiamnmmleh, Newclstle WIIIlwrllle Vol. 63 -- No. 481 Single Copy 10c ,- ~111~. Issaquah, King County, Washington Thursday, Nov. 28. 1963 ire Unc0n: Hearings were to resume this an ordinance enacted in several week in the King County Su- cities this summer as being in perior Court, Seattle, to de- violation of the equal protec- termine whether Issaquah's tion clause of the state and fed- and comment by "safe and sane" fire Works eral contitutions because the ordinance 815 is in concurrence ordinance allows only specific publisher -- -- John L. Fournier with the state and federal con- organizations to apply for stitutions, licenses. P. D. Hays Fireworks Corn- According to Issaquah City everything has piny, Olympia, is challenging ordinance 815, concerning the said that can be said of martyred President. Area Break-ins sale and use of "safe and sane" fireworks, licenses are limited the shock, horror, dis- to "Nonprofit charitable, re- and grief of the na- Reported to Sheriff ligious or eleemosynary cur- and the world have poration organizations and ex- on public display Martin F. Budzius, 3024 241st isting primarily for veteran, noon of Friday - one S.E., Southwest of Issaquah, re- patriotic, religious, charitable the most tragic days in ported to the King County Sher- orcivic betterment purposes." history. Yet we, iff's Office that his home has ^'" Attorn Robert Hall been entered twice, November t;lty . .. ey .... anity, this nation, 19 and 21 while they wer,~ ,,,-,-~ .reporteu Tuesuay mat several our grief and sor- . ' ~ .~ ~"~" cities such as Puyallup Kelso according to the Sherlff~ u[- - Lon Sew are attem-tin- the aftermath of all lice. ann gv p emotional stress. We On the second entrance R, n to get released from the suit all literally wrung dry zius re-orted "200 mis " ' u,y- being heard in Seattle because p ~ stag. He ...... th "r aunt motion, yet the numb- also reported marks on the lt lsoutsme el c y. Pain continues.., kitchen window sill which indi- Some other cities involved in this is tomorrow, and cared someone may have en- the suit are Bellevue, Barbell, look forward -- look tered the house in that manner. Bremerton and Bellingham. to a future with leadership and per- new goals. Ir nation can never the full impact of the it has suffered in the of John F. Kennedy, ~President, the man, the leader whose in- whose impact has affected inter- You don't have to travel far vacation to Honolulu, a route affairs in a few to find yourself off the beaten "around the islands" usually path in Hawaii, according to Pan encompasses Oahu, Maul, can weeverknow American Airways. Visitors Hawaii and Kauai. There, ad- inestimable damage who join the Valley Publishing jacent to main highways and HARD WORK'S REWARD-Three hardworking Issaquah Press subscription contest winners collect their prize money from Bob Watkln, Press manager, following.tabulation of votes Saturday, November 23. James Quandt, (fight) collects his $75 check for this horrendous night- Co. Hawaii Tour now being ar- only minutes from airnn,~s, may have cost this ranged by this newspaper and ale sue~, ,.. lovely va _~ as • • • in political prestige, Where-To-Go Travel Service of.Waipio, once the home of Seattle will be able to find Hawaiian kings on the "big is- tp. their own personal version of land" of Hawaii, and Kalalau the world does know Larry Meyers, son of Mr. and tional commission on all the the South Seas in a score of on Kauai, known as the"Valley does recognize the placeson halfa dozen islands, oftheLostTribe." Mrs. Charles L. Meyers, Pine moneyhe reported. Lake, was a very excited, ear- The next five prizes of five personal ahili- Although the basic tour set Similarly, there are palm- to-ear grinning boy Saturday percent additional eommis- and achievements of up for the Valley Publishing fringed vistas of tranquil, un- evening, November 23, when stun went to Merle Peters, son 1 F. Kennedy, and it was Tour group covers only the is- populated beaches like the he collected a cheek for $275 of Mr. and Mrs. Bauer Oxford, to respond in the land of Oahu, extended itin- black sands of Kalapana, as the first place winner of the Issaquah; sixth place; Claudia spontaneous outburst eraries easily can be arranged Hawaii; Lamahai and Kauai Issaquah Press Subscription Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and third place, Claire Pollom reaches timidly for her $100 second place award and Larry Meyers, the happiest of all, takes his $275 first place check. - Issaquah Press Photo Residents of Issaquah joined the rest of the nation this past week in paying final honor to the late President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The local church reported an increase as high as 50 per cent attendance at their regular services Sunday morning and most of them held special services Monday evening in memory of the late President. Monday found most of the stores in Issaquah closed, with those remaining open reporting a very slow day as most of the people joined the nation in front of their television sets to watch the fu- neral services from Washington, and, in a way, perhaps waiting to hear that it was all a mistake, that the President was not taken away by such an unacceptable act. The clouds seemed to close in extra tight around Issaquah Monday morning, shrouding the flag-draped stores and homes as though to protect our city. And those who ventured outside their homes and through the streets seemed to be dragging an extra weight, they lacked their normal acknowledgement of friends, being buried in their own thoughts about the terrible crime, still unable or unwilling to believe it could happen here, in our country. Shortly after the first shock here Friday morning, Mayor Wil- liam Flintoft closed the city offices, reporting that the staff was unable to accomplish any work. The flags before the Post Office and the City Building were quickly lowered to half mast, and the following day flags appear- ed throughout the business section. Early Saturday morning the flat crack of rifle fire from the Sportsmen Club broke the silence, but the firing soon halted, not to he heard again until Tuesday. Only the children seemed to enjoy themselves as the schools remained closed until Tuesday. Tuesday morning people moved about the city, apparently recovered, but were they? e unlor II One hundred eighty three ers, Pat McFarland, Sandy Mc- students made the Issaquah Lean, Katherine Nikko. Marie High School Honor Roll dur- O'Connor, Susan Petite, Lynne ing the first quarter of the Plesko, Pat Rhoades, Ada Tay- 1963.64 school year. The jun- lor, Gail Young. ior class had 77 students on the Juniors roll, sophomores were second Roger Anderson, Bob Beseck- with 56 and the senior class er, Dave Burdick, Scott Car- had 50. lyle, Tom Drazic, Pete Dunbar, A student must maintain a Gary Elmer, John Erickson, 3.0or better grade point average Don Flascher, Gene Fomin, of a possible 4.0 to be eligible Don Grimm, **Don Gustafson, for the honor roll. (** straight Stan Kehl, Lurch Layne, Bill A student) Mascorella, John Mascorella, Byclassestheyare: Mike Medley, ..Skip Moen, Seniors Bill Morse, Steve Morse, Run mpathy in history. The by Where-To.Go to include any and Kaanapali on the island contest. Mrs. Harold Reynolds, 13016 ' Steve Anderson, Rick Arm- Risdon. d pays homage to the one or all of the other islands of Maul, where Sheraton Corp. The 14-year-old ninth grader 156th Ave. S.E., seventh place; strong, Mike Benton, Mark Jeanne Affolter, Arlene An- ~and his ideals, in lhe Hawaiian group, just has finished a gleaming- at Issaquah Junior Hi~h, when Allen Brown, son of Mr. and ~ .... Converse, Ken Cox, Phil De- derson, Marie Anderson, Nan- Oahu includes the metJo- new ultramodern resort t~otel, asked what he planned to do Mrs. E. A. Bro~Cn, Jr., 2645 170th Leo, Dick Didrickson, Dick cy Babcock, Linda Baker, Dar- er home we, too, politan, cosmopolitan, bustling more than shed the city of Honolulu and is, there- To travel where few of with all the money, quickly re- Ave. S.E., eighth place; Rex FreSheSt, Robert Hossley, Bill othy Belisle, Marylu Bond, tears of shame and fore, the most populous of the Hawaii's thousands of annual plied, "the family will have a Febus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krieger, Bryan Maybee, Bob Margo Busby, MarilynCarmody, Febus Issaquah ninth place; TABULATING VOTES - Andy Wold, seated, and William Nova, Evans Paschal, Jan Sta- April Chase, Lane Cochran, lhy. We must face seven main Hawaiian islands- visitors have been is easy also. big Christmas this year." He al- and Sheryl Boyd, daughter of Flintoft count the votes collected by the Issaquah Press sub- bles, Run Walker, Leigh Wil- Marcia Colwell, Ann Compton, fact that this shocking but Oahu is not thelargest. Lovely little Molokai still is by- so included a motor for his ir did happen in the For vacationers who don't passed by most visitors, el- hydroplane, and last, if any is Mr. and Mrs. Roger Boyd, 2679 sefiption contest contestants to determine the top 10 vote get- son. Nicks Copeland, Kathy Dash, ted States of America.want to restrict their Hawaii though it offers some of the left, he plans to put some in 169th Ave. S.E., 10th Place. ters as the eontest closed November 23 whilc Mrs. EstherDom, Patsy Bartlett, Sue Benish, Helen Davidson, Janet Dev- taps, as never before, most breathlessly lovely scenery the bank. Readers Welcomed contest manager, lookson. Joanne Bracken, Gall Brown, lin, Colleen Dougherty, Ester -IssaquahPressPhotoLinda Brown, Sharon Brown, Erickson, Leanne Finney, Sus- leed to search our souls Hi Ten Cafe in the island chain. Claire Pollom, daughter of The Issaquah Press welcomes Mr. and Mrs. Devere B. Pollom, the many new subscribers and ..... Hannah Carmody, Paula Coch- an Ford, Joanna Gormly, Hel- to take a new look at " Better plan to be with your Mountain Park Estate, was thanks those renewing their 1/'~lABAllJi~Ammll~l~ ~Ail~ ran, Jan Conway, Margaret en naugen, Mardie Heaton, e of the manners and friends and neighbors of the rather speechless when her subscriptions for their vote of II'~LllW~ • • •tlA • •~B ~W~• •~ Derby, Danella Dunlin, Linda Mary House, Regina Huffman, Green River Valley when the Eloranta, Carol Gallagher, Lorena Kindle, Linda Klubb, esofthisnation. U|lu~l I"l"r New big jet leaves for Honolulu on name wascalledoutassecond confidence. place winner. We invite both our new and • • A • I ~-- Linda Grant, Rosemary Gregg, Sandy Lewis, Melodic Love, lis nation may well February21. ~gnize the bitterness For colorful brochures and A sixth grader, Claire, witha regular readers to inform us of I~l~ll~I ~L~l~l~m I ql~l~ll~ **JudyGuay. Caron MaClane, Vicki Mahler, Strife that in some man- "' S -Uana'eme# complete information, vPhone $100 check in her hand, at first their own activities and the - -v--i ml,--.~ i ~wi---- Karin Hanson, Wanda Her-Karen Matheny, Terri McLean. couldn't answer as to her plans activities within their neigh- _ ring Karen tluffman, Diana NancyMiddleton, Jacqueline has created the hatreds or write any of these alley for the money, but managed borhoods. " " XVues'J a--, , :ven :n- JudieKirkpatrick'Larsen,CherivirginiaKlingeleLee: O'Connor,M°rris' PampennyNygren,orth,SheelahElaine eh culminated in this Publishing Co. newspapers: finally to say she would put it ek Friday and the en- Bonita Heath and June Light Auburn Globe-News, 236 E. inthebank. • Preston {lab Slates , Carol Lindberg, Drenda Mey- (Continued on Page2) g events which led toare the newmanagersoftheHi- Main St., Auburn, TE 3-3434; Twelve - year - old James Charles Bond, former All- is a member of the current UW Kent News-Journal, 764 W. Quandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Snankar on Maw . ita American football player for team. Alontl Ei lhth Avenue webl°°dshedthoughtsuchandeventsmUr" TenBowl,CafeBilllocatedEvansin announcedthe Hi-Ten Meeker St., UL 2.3434; RwC, Ord E. Quandt, Route 2, Box 5338C, --r .................. the University of Washington After reminiscing about his d not happen in what th~oWeek. Chronicle, 801 Walla alia was undaunted when he receiv- The PrestonCommunityCluh and professional football play- years in football and some of Progress on Sidewalk are pleased to call a nita, who has lived in the Ave., Renton, AL 5-3434; Fed- ed the $75 third place prize, has scheduled a public meeting er for two years with the Wash- his experiences, and compar- ized nation. We need Issaquah area the past seven eral Way-Midway Beacon, P.O. He immediately indicated December 4 in the Community ington Redskins, was featured ing it with the game as played ~tabat the emotionalism years, has been inthe restayr-Box 146, Federal Way, TA 4-plans for putting some in the Hall to hear a speaker from speaker Tuesday night at a today, Bond said that "footballO[~[--W But I~ I ~~OV:n-- hysteria which create ant business 16 years. She Was 4949; or Issaquah Press, P.O. bank, and to buy some "stuff I the Committee for Juvenile In- weekly Kiwanis club meeting is no place for any dummy." ) scars in a social sys- recently employed at the snack Box HH. Issaquah, EX 2-6434. need," and as an after thought, stitution Bonds discuss the pro- devoted to football and other As an example, he cited the already scarred by bar inthe Hi-LoMarket. use part of it to buy Christmas posed site of the facilities to sports, number of plays, and their Progress on the sidewalk to width of sidewaik to determine June, recently moved to Is- All Issaquah Schools presents, replace the Martha Washing- Speaking before about 60 variations based on different extend from Bush Street along ' the cost figures. ~l and political strife, saquah from California where Fourth place prize of 15 per- ton School for Girls and the persons, mostly Kiwanians and developments during a play, Eighth Avenue to the high ......... -~spite adversity, Ameri- she was with'Huddles of Calif- TO Recanvene Man. cent commission on all sub- Luther Burbank School for their sons, the Puyallup busS- that each player must memorize, school appears to be almost one problem mat nas aireaoy and Americans have ornia. She has 15 years ex- scription money reported plus Boys. nessman praised the presentThe speaker was introduc- stopped, but latest reports in- ar]sen,.mougn warren repo.n- ed tt as very minor ~s that m a remarkable resil- perieneein the business. Classes in all schools in the the original commission went The new site is being pro- UW football coaching staff, ed by club Vice - President dicates that some definite action a remarkable re- According to an advertis- Issaquah School District 411 to Joe Coyle, son of Mr. and posed to replace the Snide- headed by Coach Jim Owens, Chuck Powers, who was aclass, should be visible within a few the area where Clark Street e in the darker ment elsewhere in this issue Will resume at the regular time Mrs. Daniel Coyle, Route 2, quite buildings now being for its success in building a mate of Bond when UW's Hus- weeks, intersects with Eighth Avenue, of its history. Today, of the Press, the cafe will be Monday, December 2, follow- Box4953. used and to create a more fay- sense of team dedication into kies went to the Rose Bowl in City Attorney Robert Hall the present roadbed is to the as more than ever, we open daily serving breakfast, ing the Thanksgiving Vacation Steve Moore, son of Mr. and arable atmosphere for the the players exemplified in 1937. Powers was one of the reports he is presently doing extreme west edge of the city's to demonstrate our lunch and dinner and will spec- November 28 and 29, according Mrs. Frank Moore, Mountain school's program of rehabili- their willingness to give the team's managers, the necessary work of forming 60-foot right-of-way. Warren ialize in the quick snack for to Tom Deering, superintendent Park Estates, won the fifth taring the very young delin- team's needs precedence over ContastWinners the Local Improvement District, said there would necessarily be some minor street improve- (Continued on Page 2) the bowlers, ofschools, place prize of 10 percent addS. quent child, their own desires. Bond's son Jerry Malone, local Ford but does not know how soon he ments in the area and the street HISTORIAN - Edwards Fish, Issaquah's his- spends many hours going over old pictures, scrutinizing background, for that one more bit of information regard- g buildings, streets and other landscape features to add to his -Issaquah Press Photo Residents Are Willing Contributors ronlc Issaquah will, before too Issaquah area, began to collect, ing Fish with most of the infor- One family gave him a family been announced, Malone said. many months go by, have their gather, assemble and write marion. "People will hail me album outright, and another own history book. Edwards with the anecdotes becoming from across the street to tell loaned him their's for an inde- Fo$nough$ To P{l¢if[c Shol'o$ Fish will be considered the articles for publication in the me about something, or they finite period. author by most people. But to Press for more than a year. The will call on the phone, or give ReeentFlnd Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fosnaugh of Fish, the peop|e are, and have 1962 Centennial edition of the something to my wife (Harriet), One of the most recent finds Beaver Lake left November 7 been writing the history, he Press also included a collee- or through the course of a con- added to Fish's file was found to spend a week at their sum- is just gathering and assemb- tionofthe stories, versation a person will remem- in an unclaimed safe deposit mer home at Blue Pacific ling the accounts for publiea- The Book Will BeThelr's her an old picture or a letter box by AI Jensen after all at- Shores. Going with them will tion. "No," he said, stirring some they found." tempts to locate the owners be Mr. and Mrs. Fryerabend It Just Happend burning paper in th~ fireplace And Mrs. Fish, who has help- had failed, and daughter, Joyce, of Zenith Claiming anyone could be at the family home south of Is- ed gather information, said "If The contests were a stack of Wash. writing the accounts, Fish was saquah, "I'm not doing it, the someone tells us they have negatives taken in and around , ,~,, invited to a meeting by Andy people, they are the ones who some old pictures, we are over Issaquah about 1923 by C. R. | • Wold in 1960 with other loeal are making it possible, the there as soon as possible knock- Berry for use in his real estate r~t~idents to discuss ways of book willbetheir's." ing on their door before they business. ~tlebrating the city's centen, Furnishing Help can forget or misplace them." Also, from the bank came a nialanniversary. . . One previous study of early Person-to-Person volume of handwritten busi- L.B. Andrews filed the first Issaquah was by Mrs. Clif- "It has been a person-to-per- hess letters penned in 1895 by claim in the Valley in 1862 ford (Carmen) Olson, whose son type of thing gathering the W. W. Sylvester prior to the on the land across the creek grandparents were 0riginal set- bits and pieces together," 46- time he started the first Issa- dealer, introduced three of the will be through, moved east far enough to allow four winners of the Ford Motor Dick Warren, of Wolff Engin- for the five or six foot wide company's annual nation-wide eer, reports they have per- sidewalk. Punt, Pass & Kick contest. One framed a preliminary survey Present plans call for the of those introduced, Stuart and are waiting for some di- sidewalk to go down the west Johnson, 9, competed for West. finite idea from the city as to side of the road. ern division honors in San Francisco last month, but the ,~. winners' names have not yet from theIssaquahVilla, tiers. She did a series of ar- year-old Fish said. "Many even- quah bank. Nov. 30, 7 p.m.--Sammamish After several meetings of ticles in the early 1950's for the ings we have been invited into Mrs. Thelma Bush Workman Chapter of Demolay, swim- the newly formed Centennial Press but few of the sets were homes to look at old pictures and Mrs. Marilyn Bush Foley, ruing party, Mount Si View Committee of the Greater Is- saved, or some letters that people great.great granddaughters of Park, North Bend. saquah Community Council, "Her accounts were extreme- have found in the attic or base- James and Martha Bush, have Dec. 3, 1 p.m.-Altar Guild of the former Connecticut resi- ly accurate," Fish remarked, ment, and of course many. of done a complete genealogy of St. Michael's Episcopal dent suggested collecting a few "She even loaned rae her per- the old.time residents have the Bush family "because they Church, church. anecdotes from some of the sonal file ofclippings for which furnished a great deal of in- felt there should be a more Dec. 3, 8 p.m.--Parent of sen- pioneer settlers. I am very appreciative to her." formation through interviews complete record of the family ior students, high school. The committee agreed, and But the townspeople them- and have been of invaluable descendants." Their study has Dec. 4--Preston Community Ed, a 12-year resident of the selves,,one by one, are furnish- help." (Continued on Page 2) Club, community hall. WHERE IS THE CENTER - Dick Warren and Jack Locke, engineers with Wolff Engineers, Seattle, doing a preliminary survey of Eighth Avenue in preparation for the new sidewalk, are standing approximately in the center of the 60-foot road fight- of-way just south of Croston Lane. - lssaquah Press Photo