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[Door Mat A 4 by 6-ff w th the Soils", was Funeral April 6. Fleas, whi are 2 RE & s' Drill Basement Washington Mutual Bldg. 22nd N.W. and N.W. Market St. Fri Sat April 16, 17, 18 Club Director nal Honor 1 the Seattle and surrounding area, while the second holder of such certification is Norm Taylor, long-time Director of the Rotary Boys' Club in Seattle. Harris served as assistant at [both Everett and a Tacoma Boys' Club before coming to Ballard as Director. These apprentice- ships helped him win the new honor, since the minimum re- quirements for being considered for the award are 4 years of college and 5 years of Boys' Club experience. This is followed by a stiff series of tests and the passing of other rigid physical and mental qualifications. Harris is a graduate of Hen- derson State Teachers College in Arkansas, where he starred in several sports, with football as his first love. In recognizing Harris as a COMBINING THE BALLARD TRIBUNE AND THE BALLARD NEWS--ESTABLISHED 1891 OFFICE: 5410 BALLARD AVE. N.W. SU. 3-0400--SU. 4-5800 Free Home Delivery ~ 41 Wednesday, April 22, 1964 Junior Orthopedics Wash Cars Saturday The all-city Car Wash spon- sored by the COGs and JOGs ~will be held Saturday, April 25th. These groups of teen age girls work for the benefit of the Chil- drens Orthopedic Hospital and Medical Center More than 100 Guilds with a total membership of over 2,00 will wash cars in various locations from Burien to Lynnwood and Balhrd to Belle- vue. Tickets are available from members in advance although not necessary to purchase a "wash". Donation is $1.00. In the Ballard area the Bar- ton's Booster COG will 'wash' et the Texaco Station at 28th and NW Market, Claudia Mc- Donald is car wash chairman; M o n i c a Southard, president: and Mrs. Beth Southard is spon- sor of the Guild The Lincoln JOG has selected the Chevron Station at 3876 Bridge Way N. for its activity with Gloria Nelson chairman. The B I u e Installed Ladies' Night and Installation[ the Marketing Property Depart- of Officers of the Ballard Toast-Iment of the Shell Oil Company masters Club was held Monday Jwas installed as President. Mr. evening April 20th at the Golden I Jacobsen joined Ballard Toast- Tides Restaurant. I masters in 1961 and has served George Jacobsen, analyst in]in different official capacities since that time. Other officers installed were Educational Vice President--Glenn J. Twigg, Ad- ministrative V i e e President -- Chuck Barlow, Secretary--Don Eichman, Treasurer--Bruce Mc- Cartney, Sgt. at Arms--Ellis Bull, Asst. Sgt. at Arms--Jim Christenson. Installing officer was Bob White, Lieutenant Governor of Dist. 2. Los Bridges, a past president of the Ballard Toast- masters Club and former District Governor acted as Chairman for the evening. Speeches were given by Frank DaQuila and Bruce McCartney. Ellis Bull served as T o p i c Master, Jim Christenson as gen- eral evaluator and Jim King as THE dedicated professional Boys' Club Ridge JOG with Carol Olson, worker, the National Office certi- chairman, J u d y Hartvigson, fication says, in part: "The Na- )resident and co-sponsors Mrs. tional Council does hereby attest K. Hartvigson a n d Mrs. F. that Jack Harris has given full Bruya will hold their 'wash' at I ~1~,evidence of his personal qualities, the Enco Station at Art's Plaza I ~ ~e tJoan.i ~] training exoerience and demon- on Holman Road. I strated 'comp" etence to meet the Dana JOG will wash at Toby's ~rls ' .m: u l ,t~: ~ also I requlrements of cerhficatmn m $erv:ee Statmn, 5615 24th N.W. :l~ t~reet rs in "~'~I the Boys' Club profession" Sue Stott is chairman. r,~l~ ~ ,o~i~lr ,~, ~.~ ~ fflel l~ J ~ ~i :' i~i : ve this =,tes .allara r.ulls One Out of irl i = areatFIre A qalnst Roosevelt , ttllS ex- v " ' t 65-44 ! Ii ~ II ~ ~'0t~p 0 By Larry Vanberg as they lost their first mee ' ne Wll~ The Beavers were able to wm I Jl l ll~~~, is in l Ballard's baseball team came e-- l. nlhack in great form after losing o=Vfi :v W lU cVo r jt ~- P " ~ll/ht . -~----Ithree in a row as they toppled m m ~ n - / UlVision /the Roosevelt ;12ads 9-3 However son turned in the best permrrri.- i ~all~ "'" /BaU a 1. .a ~ni~ teams ance for Ballard as he won both I ~ A I|~U "" llost o- ,r,o ~indermen were the high and low hurdles. Friday IIL ll/ 'l ht: ]downe~t by'Roosevelt 65-44 and at Edmonds the Beavers. will t,ry ! Om I I v I~ h~ - I the tennis team was beaten 6-3 to get back on the winning track =-- - ~~v~ mis~,~n b, ~hn~l; against Shorefine at 3:15. s. o,Roosevclt's big stickers were BallarAs Norman, now have a ti~t.~t -'.' 5-0 going into the game against one ano .~wo recoro, after losing "~tl rla~~r~ enjoy the Beavers but five-hit hitching, to Shorehne and will be out to ,v,~- ~~raft and!by ~hu~k i-Ierrin~ and ~he bi~, try and even it up against Mount- i~~'~'~d by the bat o' Ga" Seefried carried lake Terrace April 29 at Terrace. r I1~,~ -"-~, 'Of " *:~ .The go!f ' Seat ,e Bal,ard to victor The game was squad has yet to play ~(-Wsd~, m-en tied at 3-3 going into the eighth its f!rst rnatcn wn~cn comes.up i " inning when the Beavers brought ~prn zt at Jacl~son against hum S ne went Roosevelt, Ingraham and Nathan i (~ e six runs. eef'd 1,- ::i three for five including a bases- Hale. loaded single which broke the ANDY MeGAHAN game wide open in the eighth, urganlsT Ulla Little League Amen uulo into membership m the Na The Beavers next two games The Seattle Chapter "- ' tional Rifle Association has been V will be a~amst Shoreline, April can G u ~ 1 d of Orgamsts Is ',chosen Man of the Year by the 24 at Shoreline, and Mountlake pleased to present America s " " " T 800 member group ~ errace, April 28 at Ballard. leading :woman organist, Cath- - VII S25"0 Both games will begin at 3:45. urine Crozier, in recital. Miss He is Andy McGahan, a Bal- The track team did not fare so Crozier will give her recital on lardite who could qualify as prac- well against the Rough Riders Friday evening Al~ril 24th, at tically a native. He is a member AJl ~ -- ~ n0 "at th- Triniiv Methodist of the Paine Field Shotgun Club; DI /4J' -- - - - ;"G;ch e5th an"d 3rd mY of the Adult Council of the Sal- ,is ueen ~.onTesranTs The oro~ram will include corn- lard Boys' Club (and a past P pres- :11 nn~iti~n.q'~hv Am~rlca'~ comoos-ident) and an avid fisherman ~ err-s'~-'L-~ -Sower"l~y--and Herm~an who caught his limit, as usual, rks b on opening day this year ~.JO r, f Berlinski, as well as wo y " Cesar Fmnck, J. S. Bach andI Andy lives with his wife, Mary, IO-'V Oliver Messiaen. Tickets for the at 8366 31st N.W. and five chil- ~nd Bt Crozier recital are $2 00, at the dren. His only boy, Jim, who is Ben Marche or at the door. a sophomore at Ballard High ~1 I~O" k~ll Catherine Crozier will conduct School, is right in the middle, a master class in organ play-lwith two girls older and two ]tline OIl inn the following morning, Sat-lyounger- nil Clock urday, April 25, beginning at 9:30 a.m and continuing until Junior SnaP,smart noon All organists ere invited ~ r " - " " tional sos ~nere will be e meeting of to attend this eauca - the Ball )AY, S - " demon ara Jr ~portsmen t, iuo sion of lecture, ana " at Lo " 00 A yat l-ie~ghts F~eldhouse on strauon lumen Is ~a . A r . " p It Z,~ it"~4 v~sitors are wex- sATU| lUncheon w~tn me guest arnst ;L ." class come. rot turther information IS lanrll~l iouowlng tne Ladies' P " contact Mr. Breed at AT 2-5014. IN AND il May 16tI SHARON CHESTER llth Ave. NW, daughter of ': ri~'@)/~ /itt, has been sponsored by and 0w ,Inc. as a candidate for Bal- l Queen. Bunny is a Ballard td is presently attending Se- Well as part-time secretary She was active in all a member of All North- and member of Girls' Club a member of the AWS Col- pianist and an accomplished is to complete four years a nurse or medical secretary Ballardffes Honored AND At Shoreline College Three Ballard residents are listed on the winter quarter Hon- or Roll at Shoreline Community College. A quarter grade point average of 3 or better and a class load of 15 credit hours is required for students on the list. The students are: Richard M. Mead, 911 NW 107th; Saulius Pempe, 7037 26th NW; Mary M. Rothaus, 9303 2nd NW. There were 53 Ballard High School graduates enrolled during winter quarter at the new junior college. Her favorite hobby and Ballard High Reunion --Photo by Johanson The Ballard High School girl graduates, Class of 1933, will 1509 NVd 100th, daugh- hold their annual reunion dinner Chester, is sponsored as a in the San Juan Room, Rouse- Contestant by Phil Holt, volt Hotel, on Tuesday, April 28th. Cocktail hour at 6 p.m Sharon will gradu- dinner at 7 p.m. June with a 3.8 grade point. Reservations and information school's honor society and may be obtained by calling Mrs. scholarship by the Ballard Dorothy (McNerney) Reinig at Nurses Aide at Bal- Emerson 2-4579 or Mrs. Mildred an officer in her church (Frederic, ks) Hunter at Sunset in the Scandinav- i4-0071. Erikson Celebration. She Pancake Breakfast sisters and sews her own Boy Scout Troop No. 125 is college in the Fall to study having a Pancake Breakfast Plans to work during the Sunday, April 26th, at the Bal- firm. --Photo by Johansonlard Engle~ Hall, 5600 24th N.W. The hours will be from 8 a.m. Quality until 1 p.m. Dcraations of $1.00 I N S U R A N C E for adults, 75c for children 12 to 16 years of age and 50c for Costs No More- See children under 12 will be ep- Stanley R. 01s0n Co. preciated. The money will be 170:1 N.W. M~rko# St. SU S-~00 USed to help the boys get to Camp Parsons this summer. grammarian Guest speaker was : ::: :::: ::: : : : ~i~:iii~: Johnny C~rver of K'VI, a former toastmaster and former winner Left to right: Mrs. Phillip Smith, 9705~6th N. W Brian Phillip Smith, born GEORGE JACOBSEN of the National Speech Contest. April 9; Mrs. J. Burger, R. N Supervisor of the Obstetrical Department, ----- ~ Ballard General Hospital. Photo Johanson Studio Man-0f-the-Year/Contributes s275 New Look In Baby Feedin- At [ jAndy McGahan Is Trmnty Methodist A man who has devoted more[ An emergency offering for Ballard General Hosp:tal than 15 years helping the Ballard~Alaskan relief was taken at the Boys' Club, and who recently ]Trinity Mmh,~;~* ~h-~ h ;- no~ Baby feeding time has taken on l thus preventing the intake of i of the past, provides the attend- coached the orgamzatmn s Rxfle[ a new look at Ballard General lair,ing physician the ovtion of order laraon ~unaay, ,April lZanu o " " " ' - - ~. . H spital The conventional glass~ Mrs J BurgerR N Super- ;.~ ~. ~i a;~,~ f~ t, ~ ,~ o.~ orought $275 " ' " " : " [ ~ r e : ?::::: / nursing bottles of formula, reef visor of the Obstetracal Depart-i -,e ,When necessary The pastor, the Rev.Olin E. quiring mixing, measuring, long i merit says, Beniflex is not r Pa rett x 1 1 xectm e e ' ' Geor e A DeLan e Admm / r,e pa'ned that it wasande " gproc duresofsteril-im rely a new type of bottle g . g. "- ::iiiiiiiii: |part of a nation-wide "Alaska ization, and subsequent refriger- but is rather an entirely new istrator of the Hospital states, " - - "That to become eli ible to em ~::::!i~ii~ |Methodist Appeal . The hardest atlon, have been replaced by a[concept, e new and time saving g - lhit church institutions include "nurser" that has the appear-' system of formula preparation ploy this new approach to in- " /fant feedin Public Health a [the Jesse Lee Home for Chil-ance of a junior size flying i and feeding. g, ' p- [dren and the Wesleyan Hospital saucer. ~for Chronic Diseases, both in,The plus ; nurser call [Seward and Alaska Methodist Beniflex' )y its originato /Univcrsity in Anchorage.Mead John a & Co is design In addition, several churches to provide dded safeguards and pgr~onages sustained severe the feeding ~rocedures, while damage. Repairs are expected to the same ti e simplifies feedi exceed $500,000 In addition, with time for th newborn infant. the loss of industry and jobs in Baby sho d, like this syste Alaska, many churches and pus- too, since tl nurser eontrac tors will need to be supported ~th the I nova/ of formul by missionary funds during the -- -- months of rebuilding Ballard Merchants stem con ] ts reval Is of course re tared saucer. [ Basically the sy s's P " q" a ed o mm 1 rocedur b wht The Washm on State De art ,The plastic n u r s e r c 11 i f a " p e p e y "ch ' get p . 'Beniflex" by its originators, [a ready-to-use formula is trans- ment of Public Health has re- dl abl 1 ti~ viewed our lan and faculties Mead Johnson & Co is designed i tarred to a 'spase p as 'cI P " ' " , i ?i to provide added safeguards in nurser from which baby feeds, and have granted us their up- !!. i the feeding procedures, while ati All of the component parts of l proval." the same time simplifies feeding/ the system are prest~ritizedi By .this approval, BaIIard Gen- time for the newborn infant. /under closely controlled super- oral Hospital and Medical Staff Baby should like this system[vision. /is the First Hospital on the west too, since the "nurser" contracts/ This system eliminates the/coast to adopt and institute this with the removal of formula, |tedious mixing and measuring!system. American Western Plans To Open North End Office American Western Corporation, I tion with the Securities and Ex- insurance and change Commissmn There are Seattle real estate, " ' " 140 stockholders investment firm with headquar- ters in the 4th and Pike Building, plans to open an office soon in l:iiiii~ I the North End, according to iii~ [] Nicholas Schmitt, general man- i:::~~ !~ ::!!i ager of the firm. The organiza- !!~: :::iii~ tion already has a real estate i :i i i~ii~:~ office in Magnolia. i: m~:|i!>t] Schmitt also announced the ap- pointment of Gary Flohr, Roose-~t~:,ii volt High School and University ?:! of Washington graduate, as man- iilii ~):i:~i ager of the insurance division of ::*~:' American Western. Flohr, who has been associated with a lead- ing Seattle insurance brokerage company for some time, received his degree from the University in general business administra- tion. He is a life-tong resident of Seattle, and lives with his wife and daughter in the North End. " American Western Corporation is currently undergoing registra- GARY FLOHR Prizes Still Being Given At Phil's tinue to do so until the grand prizes are announced May 16. Last week T. Bjornson of 7534 31st N.W. won a Ronson watch and lighter; E. Paterson of 1727 Phil's Jewelry, which started a lsilver sauce set; Friday a worn- re-opening sale last Thursday is/an's cultured pearl and turquoise ring and Saturday a man's 17 still handing out dozens of free/ ewe1 CaraveUe wristwatch. gifts every week and will con- Phil invites everyone to come N.W. 61st won an eight-day Seth Thomas clock and C. Pederson of 409 N. Bowdoin was given the door prize of a lady's Caravelle watch. Top Grand Prize will be a $250 pendant, and other major prizes are: a $75 woman's diamond Bulova watch; a $75 man's Bulova auto-wind watch; a 45-pieeo set of Oneida Mela- mine dinner ware worth $39.95 and a $29.95 Elgin battery wall clock. No prizes will be awarded to persons under 18. This week-end daily prizes will again be awarded, with Thurs- day's gift being an 1847 Rogers and Publishing Commo~lal Printers ~e~thlng from CALLING CARDS CATAL06S ;ee his veritable flowerland, and sign up for some of these beau- tiful prizes. Father Wm. Treaty Is Men. Chamber Speaker Father William Treacy, popular panelist on the "Challenge" "IV show, will speak at the Monday meeting of the Ballard Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber meets at the Windjammer at noon. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MUSTANG ON DISPLAY NOW Musl~mg HT, Htr White Wells, Bucket Seats, Padded Dash, Carpets end Wheel Covers~Peyments low as $S8.28 per Me. Also o Complete Line of other TOTAL PERFORMANCE FORDS G~l~xle S00, 2-dr HT As low es ~$56.t.| per Me. r~ria~e S00. 2-dr. HT As low as $$2.6| I~W M~. Folcoe 2-dr. HT As low ns ~19.~1 I~w Me. Terms are Eas;er a+ Wilson because we carry our own Con~'racfs WILSON FORD 5433 Lmr N.W. SU. 2-1,II 43 Years a Seaffle Ford Dealer Can Use Sidewalks -- ---- -- Ballard merchants can use ~[ay 2~th portions of sidewalks for sales --.- ~w- May 21 and July 16 the Seattle ti~er~rt~emtOntn o* rugfleaprac-City Board of Public Works y prayers, me west Bal " agreed in approving a request ntncons r-a-e- tu-e---League w,u ,ts from the Ballard Commercial ecunve year o~ pray Club ^'-:'"*" -" ---- -" "~~':~ie~l?'Bo~h6thl~n~al~ar,n~ ams The club sponsored similar yz . n G ,IKS events last year. Under the can)Cattle a~salslarans~rmnS.nas part l-Board's rules, merchandise may P p sl ce i~4 .~, " be displayed on the sidewalks a/; :tP~te~lnag ga~tes- ~s~on~app's but no prices may be displayed p g ~ ~, ~; ~az- lard Eagle team and the Ballard Destr ucTIonaT Lions face the 1963 champion Pacific Traders. Following the ]~'h end Morke~' Mn~Indl.aY a~P~;a~s B~aallarTdues~ks No, it isn't a localized version y typy y evening, of an Alaska-type tremor that All games are played at the is hitting 15th and Market these Adams Playfield at 6 p.m. Mow[ days, but merely the tearing up "~^"" "~"--~esX;redays and Thursdays. of a good-sized chunk of real scneamed each week with season finals July 2nd. estate wmcn nas stoon vacant Members of the Women's Auxi- for some time. liary of the West Ballard Little Soon to rise on the corner will League will hold the regular be Manning's latest branch; a monthly meeting Tuesday, April welcome addition to the new 28th at 1:30 p.m. at the Adams look" mentioned last week in the The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. Field House. News Tribune. 5410 BALLARD AVE. N.W. $U. 4-3400 Pay'n Save and Tradewell Join In Price-Busting Sale Two of Ballard's giant stores, Pay 'n Save and Tradewell on Market Street, are joining this weekend in a price.smashing sale. Manager Joe Petrino of the Pay 'n Save Drugs has outfitted his employees in appropriate garb for their spring clean- up sale. Pictured are front row: Dave Karakash, Mildred Berry, Lucille Peele. 2nd row: Linda Connell, Mary Williams, Joe Petrino, mgr. 3rd row: Bonnie Riley, Chuck Stevens, 4th row: Karen Williams, Roger Stam, Darwin Paterson, Asst. mgr. Sth row: Marge Graves, Rod Curfew. Pictured in insert are Ted Fellows, Zeta Swerin and Harold Hanson of the drug department. Not shown are John Iris and Ken