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:;1) 1 '[ Rural electric i systemS, re,E I e ct rifiCa )r- [ tration, Back From AAA Meet Ballard resi-iti n' and asked that laws should of the!be modernized so that motorists i will not suffer unnecessary delay when required to post bail bond. tt In other actions the committee m:AAA Na-condemned speed traps Allerton atety Corn - - said that the Auto Club has no New Ph~lJS;CC~! Wednesday, May 6, 1964 The BAtLARD NEWS TRIBUNE Sr mill I I ,I ACADIA MASSAGE CENTER 89th Birthday Party Tacoma. ].l I Ballard "novs' Club ~+ Matltilde (Boe~ KnutsenI Hostesses were three of her r I 222" ~ A HM A S TES.M iF was honored on her 89th birth-idaughters, the Mesdames Alice i K~ K ~m-,~IilIqk eA/ri | da b a art i Pripp Mary Swift and Lillian i Y Y p y n her new home,],[| EXPERT MASSAGE SERVICES I 7358 10th Ave. NW, at which Hunstad. and her daughter-in-iI ME 2-8331Appo;ntments9 a.m.-10 p.m. 1220 N 4$th I guests came from as far away as law, Mrs. Bessie ,Boe. "''''''''''''''----'------------------------------------------.-- "" New Idea For New Members ]know'ledge of speed traps being A new wrinkle in swelling the establishes ha- on matters of lreported in Washington State at lmembership of the Ballard Boys' r t hesaid; . engineering, i the nr. ~.* t;m,~ h. - ,Club was introduced last Friday ' i nlght when 24 boys were treated committee!that m recent years some clues . . - . ~to an overnight party for rouna- of bail have fallen temporarily into this ing up 24 dues-paying members the na-Jcategory. These additional members did not include other recent recruits who RENT per month 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. EA 4-4833 kot ,' i:: [;s'e'nberr '-I1' 'i ~~! ~' Holder of high observatory awards o~eial timepiec~ of Olympic Games (Rome 1960) a gift of incomparable distinction. ' 10 are on various baseball teams, since in order to play on a Boys' Club team a boy must be a paid- up member The recruiters enjoyed an eve- ning of games and were fed hot dogs, pop and all the trimmings before turning in for the night. SEATTLE 7. WASHINGTON Volunteers Wanted To Drive Cancer --Photo by Jack Johnson Hospital Patients tom mCOCK An urgent appeal for local vol- Tom Pitcock, well-known mem- unteers to drive cancer patients her of the Ballard Jaycees who from their homes to treatment is serving his second term as a centers was issued this week bytState Director on that organiza- Mrs. John Danberg, transporta-ttion, has taken over the full-time tion chairman of theCantril job of Physical Director of the Cancer SwordChapter in the Ballard Boys' Club. Tom has put north end. in hundreds of hours as a volun- Mrs. Danberg said there are teer at the Club while holding three to four patients in the north down a job with an electronics end who have to take treatment firm, so is no stranger to Boys' at various times each week, and Club work. that more volunteer drivers are He succeeds Jim Cond- who needed Y: has been elevated to the job of Dr Thomas Carlile, Mason Director - o[ me ueacon I'IUl oys' Clinic radiologist and ~ast na-Club tional president of the American Cancer Society, supported Mrs. Pitcock was born in Oklahoma D,anberg's request but came to Seattle in 1959 with 'The American Cancer Soei-his wife Astrid, and both soon ety's transportation program ~s became active" in Jaycees, Jay- a tremendous help in making ceettes, Boys' Club work and -- -- O-- " " " " " treatment easier for cancer pa- ther community actlvlt,es. He is tients and relieving them of the 28 years old. expense entailed in hiring cabs. Frequently patients are too weak V.F W to use public transoortation and - " i . lv.ss ~nlriey Jones past presl- mlS service makes It poSSlnle . - aent of Ballard Auxiliary 3063 Ior tile nusoanu to continue worK-, ' has oeen appointed by the vet- lug. It is extremely vamaom to,~ . . - erans ot ~oremn Wars National the panent. . . ,~ orgamzatlon to be the Northwest volunteers maY nnone ivlrs. ,~ r~nl-,+;-o ~++ "l~'M,~.e,~,~ '~ gaal t~ommunlty bervlce " chairman. Major cancer treatment centers The orthwest area consists of are Virginia Mason, Swedish, the states of Montana, Idaho, Harborview and University Hos- Oregon and Washington. pitals. All auxiliaries Under her lead- ership should be engaged in at m II -- -- least three projects of benefit to ~allar~[~ Men their community each year, ac- &~ cording to Miss Jones In Dervlce Miss Jones, who has spent a . .~N.APOLIS ~d,(Fa~C) =- great part of her life in Ballard iVllOSfllpman talra ClaSs Jonn U. : .a. ^. ~ -r -- ,' l~ ~ ~rauuateOI tlOly Angels Creighton 20 son of Mr and Acadv She al.~n ha~ h,~,~. , em Mrs Wilbur O Creighton of voted by uxilinrv tn h. . her own A 800132nd Aye. NW, has been conductress for the coming year named to me ~uperintenoents List for the first half of the sec- !Dud semester et the Naval BROAD BREAST 12to 14-lb. Average Academy, Annapolis, Md. Fo be named to the Superin- I tendent's List he must have an overall "B" average with no grade lower than "C" in aca- demic subjects. In addition he must ha~e an aptitude and con- duct mark of "B" or better; satis,ectory status in physical FIESTA PICNIC STYLE education and be recommended by the Commandant of Midship- men. USS CANBERRA (FHTNC) --: James W. Larsen, seman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Larsen of 6520 Fifth Ave. N.W Seattle, is serving aboard the Ill guided missile cruiser USS Can- berra, operating out of San Diego, Calif. Canberra recently assisted in the transporting of a Greek sea- man with an appendicitis attack from a Greek merchant vessel Good & Std. to hospitalfacilities in San Diego ~esh, MADISON, Wis.- Clarence L. Roasting Kobe, electronics technician sec- .lade PORK STEAKS ond class, USN, son of Mrs. Cut Louise Clasby of 643 NW 85th St Seattle, Wash recently corn- PORK STEAKS pleted a course in Beginning A[- begra I through the United States Fresh Legs and Armed Forces Institute, Madison, Thighs the World's Most Wanted Watch The bravest battle that was ever ]ought; Shall I tell you where and when? On the maps o] the world you will find it not; It was ]ought by the mothers o] See Sal Mined in* the role of his life! The story of a men. --JOAQUIN MILLER Remember her with flowers-- Call that famous flower number: SU. 214213 B~d] ard BI0 som IIhop" ,ooY;w; =;. Good or Std. SIRLOINS BONELESS ROUND BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP Steaks or Roast Wis. delinquen and he He is continuing his education ~ ~. ~ ~ while in service through the vol- STANDBY long road fo re- untary world-wide education pro- TOI habili ation, gram for members of the Armed Forces. U.S.S. HORNET--John L. Ken- Cans ner, airman apprentice, USN, son pAi~j~ For ner of 6759 21st NW, Seattle 7, tO'" Wash is serving aboard the anti- -~-- ------- ---~--- -------- --- -~-- - ~ - - - - submarine warfare support air- CHASE & SANBORN craft carrier USS Hornet, oper- ating in the Western, Pacific. C()ft 1 ;, USS BENNINGTON-- Randall Lb. IIRIAN KEIT[ S. DeMets, airman,Mr, and Mrs. ScottUSN' son OfDeMets of Can I full cups J 346 North 78th St Charles D. Ilof Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dimak of BANQUET I 2'A ~IFAsHION IJ 6026 35th Ave N.W Navy Lieu- |,tenant junior grade William B. PEA ::H IW Cans I 'or ALEXANDER ;al MineD), his 17 years full |/Bellman, son of Mr. and Mrs. liB. W. Bellman of 4027 Woodland lewesf ,bests tendency o violence, I/Park Ave Dean K. Curtis, sea- HUNTS (21/2 Can) 1 retormafory on parole. He I/man apprentice, USN, son of Mr. UXURIOU' for pad'icipafing in +he IFand Mrs. Kenneth Custis of 352 Porl s [a. W gton wn I]North 104th, Charles T. Lorreko- COLORSI }1~ man during a warehouse I/vich, seaman, USN, son of Mr. ~: o .= officer and a young girl Irand Mrs. Charles Lorrekovich of HUNT'Se II a new & better way of life. 112616 Densmore Ave are all serv- 300 Iling aboard the anti'submarine (:anI Lb. I[warfare support aircraft carrier |i USS Bennington, operating out of II Long Beach, Calif. IJ Bennington is presently operat- ~ B Ijing in the Far East on six OPEN 9 to 9 |rmonths of duty with the Seventh I]Fleet. She is scheduled to visit Iqthe port of Yokosuka, Japan, in /the near future * ,GUS ALAMEDA, Calif.--George M. wilson, son of Mr. andMrs. A J. 20th Ave. N.W. and N.W. Market St. Specials for Thurs Fri Sat. bATH) Wilson of 843 Northwest 60th, I Seattle 3, Wash is undergoing WE DON'T HAVE TO VERY OFTEN--BUT WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT GREAT NORTHWEST reeruit training at the Coast Base at Calif. i