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') !i 6 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE Wednesday, M*y,1964 rn M mf;, A -.:.-- tAI--.A DADI/' DIni: IM T Michael Rotter I Obedie, n c?. vV~nua ml~U VS O Ammp[lurHn vvp %IR|n musts" mtsnob onln / !the king s 191 -- --~"-"'~ ' ' i nnwivmi~mlwnR v~Jv li . . . Ui,-kn~l kAe~nnlel Mrs. Wllham B McDanel of 814 ~z~:~,~<* ~:~z,~,~:~ :;' z,*.~,~'/./ 4~ ] [ USS ST. PAUL--Michael F. cruiser USS Saint Paul which is still beyol Trip ~zi/~ii~i~ili!~:/:ii:i i2:i:~:!~::~/ ~:~:~.~-:1%:~ MIDWAV-:SLAN .chael Northwest Jst, Sea.le. Wash .sl D O. I: : ISECOND YEAR /Rotter, fireman apprentice, USN,[partlclpated In Red Cloud,a! ----- was a McDaniel, constructionman ap-lservingattheNaval Station, Mid- ~~ ~i n~ll~ LUnUUHM: ! !son of Mrs. Marget Rotter oflmajor fleet exercise conducted[ Patience is three prentice, USN, son of Mr. and~way Island. ~.~ ~1 1 F pe . ~ One year ago.the WransitSys- 6738 22nd NW Seattle 7 Wash [off the coast of Southern Cali.lcontrary it i Crown -~/ ~e~ll ~ ~ I.Ar I, ircT Tllflr Item started its first major ear~-i * " ~' ' . "'1. [,-e-trated sir Use of .~m~.~ ::~l~ ~ ~~~~ t ~; ~ urn mne.~e avu. [Ride operation. Parking is freel~s serving aooard me neavy!mrma. I" " was st ~.~.~-~:~-- ~'~--~ / .~ii i~[~' The American Western Corpor-lin Transit's huge parking lot on! ~ ip to F ~ ~- - " . . .~ .~ ,~::~::) ~ alien, Seattle-based real estate, IFifth Avenue North, just east of~- Snob( FARM - I;RE~iI-I, I)K[bblfl;/ I~OUI.IKlr,~ii:! ~ ~ insurance and investment hold-lthe Seattle Center and easily ac-~| r ~ Kennet "No Chemicals Used",~ ~ ~ ing company, announced net]cessible from all parts of the city;] ] ~ ant Sut OPEN FRIDAY It SATURDAY 10 AM TO 6 ,M I ~ ~ ~ ~ii ~:rniitgsflo~t 4.5 cents per share ] by many arterials. Whenthecus-il / . I .'attle. c ~)~ ~:~ ~-? ' ' tisca, year ending]Loser enters the lot he is sold al ] 'YOU ore Invited tO the I SU. 2.49 u Idan o IkRRAIIIIt~ I~hl II ql'l~V I ~i ~ ~?~i February 29, at the annual stock-[two-part ticket for 50 cents,!] [ t-----------'~ rticipat~ Nltk, R 3 rVUL/KI I ~ ~i: holders' meeting April 24. Stock-!which is good for transportation] [ m m. ~ ~ m ,all nstructi SU 246ES,~::i~ ~ ~ holders were informed of theito and from the downtown area. I / ,~ ~ ~ I~,l H ~ ill Ill SZOl - 1 SIR AVe. N.W. - : ~'~ .:i::~ " ':::':~! ' ' " " he ' :::::~: :,~: corporation s authonzatmn by t ] " " " r :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: =:::: . Four major Transit lines o - ::::::::::::::::::::::: ~ VA Umted States Securttms and EX-]ate on Fifth Avenue North ol/ ~ P' I; R n ~t U "tress ( ~Plos Furnlshe GET A ,QUAINI[D OI'PI:K I ~ I I~1 ~ stock at $15 per share. 'Lines No 4 6 and 18 return the[ / %,)'~ ~ll ~] r lldl~ll~ EXTENSION LAMP Reg. S7.67 Now $4.19 I 1 [ J / American We te . o era Slcustomer; t; lot and can bei| / lVlOHUdy9 lllt ,T '"' NcE li ~ [.~:.; ~ r~scnotas ~c.nmttt dr. ~eat ~S-lboarded north of Union Street on:l / ~ [}llMth~- ~ -- - t " ] INDIVIDUALIZED CLASS LESSONS [ ~ [~ii: ~ tale, American Western Insur-jThird Avenue Line No. 3 can bel / 3:30 to 8:30 P7 I I I m Br~ m ance agencies an(l owns securi- boarded anywhere on Third Ave-R / ~ ~ ~ ~.~ "- .~r~k~ ~ WE ARE PROUD of our old.esr I~ BOAT TO [ r~n~-.--~ ~- ~ II ties in other corporations and nue north of Yesler Wa- There] / ~d~ ~ ~ r~ Ot~ ~ salon with its attractive decor, ~ Ushlom ' ~ ~ Gordon Breda r a" ! n, new o~ I commercml real estate holdlngstis no time limit on narkin~ J] ] ~ Ll~l, ~1 '- ~ new---~nd s.~mf.ca --. ~'e$|AT C0VI X ~=UI.elO~N3IN 3I" r,~,~r~l~u-ml~bb . . r o' " a ;,' "~r PIANOS--ORGANS~r COLOR TV--STEREO Ir ordon reda announces ,n ea!tl and.Olympia I '" '"main '!,'u'"'"' 0 an ' ~tecteo as Directors at me an . ~ 11 b Guitars, Amplifiers Accessories d Music I opening of new offices located in "]~ ! / s,rw ~~~ service truly chnracteriz e.d ,~d Upholster nua~ meeting were mmnoms~ ' " O HA' i~pi, n.Fmnm-,g -xoo~.m~ I Ballard The office will be known i[ ynu enn relmtwhen li / to ~ ~"IT COSTS NO MORE T w, SU. 3.11 t~I'INI/UKI lYlO~)lq~ " ~cnmltt H. Mason r~eemr, cecil. , e,~4655 I~as Gordon Breda and AssociateslH. McKinstry, Harold S. Thal, i Ill RenonsHalrD.lgn '~--aslogonwesh*llt"tollveupt"I IqlO I~l 1fit 03Tfl 3T. O~ ~." : . "- " Jland Is located at 1770 N.W. 58th. Kenneth R. Sm,th, Philip R. II .^ .- I I / u: J "n-en House Mr Breda has recently been ap-tHumbert and Vernon R. Linn. [ vn~u u~ uu,mM uu, vp 'fRT ~1~1~.-.~ Ipointed general agent for the Na-I . ~ I~;r'l'l-.~.~ 111 / I will ba happy to see the m,ny former patrons of the ~r ~1 ,]PAIRS tional Reserve Life of Topeka, Ma or Owed Owens I / solon end the new friends who hove found their way ~,~ i A~~i~, A Kan -- ~ . |~~/~l liB 1 here in The last few months. Cookies with punch end ~"~'~: ~i .nL L mw-- .a m mm. L.mmmnn / l us lransDorT tl o I!i / coffee will be served end each lady will receive e gift[ /'i ; Are Right UllFlri l rjl #2 lrlUUlUl& ] Breda has spent the last tenI ,' II Ill / DO COME IN and meet our corps of talented and con- ~ 11 r'~ ~~~~ ,'~ ~~vears in the insurance business, I ~,tar ,~x~ euzl~z l~.c, trrlz- . / scient;ous techn]cians-who want to get acquainted with ~ ~ IO 8( TV "q I~ NC) Marme Major Owen L The fmest most corn late each and every one of you REFRESHMENTS ARE ' ON 1 ~ ~L most recently having been super- "- " " . p / ' ~ ' ~mm-'- t of t e Owens, son of Mr and Mrs t t lewes THE HOUSE! visor in Sea fie for one h - coverage a he t / " . ' ~1 largest life insurance companies. Lloyd L. Owens of 7725 16th Ave. oosslble cost [ Smcarely, SHARON ERICSON ~/~ |~ ' N.W is serving with Marine ~ " /,aV/ WILSON FORD IN BALLARD HAS I Mr. Breda is servmg his see- . !fond term as chairman of the WINSTON C. BROUGH CO. / L('I Lld 0 Haw Desian ' Aerial R e f u e I e r Transport w ~ 1721 q/t~/~pe El l i .~,~quaoron 252 of the becona lvla- / ~ ~ .i at~ mm ~eatTle ~nrlstlan t~uslness lvien s . . . s IIIIIfine useo --, rme Aircraft Wmg based at Insurance-Real Estate / Open Monday thruSaturdcw--WednesdayandThursdayevening hohT1$ n~w ~i committee and has an active in- L terest and participation in lay- Cherry Point, N.C. 67w~. lSgh N.W SU. 2-1000 ALL MAKES AND MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM The following Low Prices (subject to prior sale) ere in effect from May 6 thru 13 ONLY[ HURRY--SEE THEM TODAY! Check these examples by their ;dentifying numbers 434-A--198' FORD GALAXIE 500 4-DR. HARDTOP V/S. $16 40 Radio, Heater, Crulse-o-Mdlc, Power Steering, w/s/w. Bar- fin Blue with matchino all vinyl trim ONLY PER WEEK $2295 232-A--CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2-DOOR SEDAN V/S. Radio, Heater, Powerollde, w/s/w, Glacier white with contrasting Interior FULL PRICE 149-A--1982 FORD GALAXIE 500 2-Dr. HARDTOP V/S. $12 Fordematl,Radio, Heater, w/s/w, Chestnut In color with matching all-vinyl trim ONLY PER WEEK 235.A--1962 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-D00R SEDAN V/8. 516% Radio, Heater, Powder Blue ONLY FULL PRICE 222-A-.-1961 DODGE DART 2-D00R SEDAN V/$. Radio, $995 Heater, Automatic Transmission. white sidewall tires. ONLY FULL PRICE men activities. He also is a dea- con and music director of Beth- any Assembly in Ballard. Friday, May 8, 1964, from 9 to 5 will be the formal opening of the offices. Diane Wencjer In Women's Army Corps Pvt. Diane L. Wenger, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Wenger, 1821 N. W. 65th St i completed eight weeks of basic military training at the Women's Army Corps Center, Fort McClel- lan, Ale recently. Private Wen- get received instruction in sub- i jects such as Army history and traditions, administrative and supply procedures and first aid. She attended Ballard High School. The station, headquarters for the Second M e r i n e Aircraft Wing and other Marine air units, provides air support for the in- fantrymen of the Atlantic Fleet Marine Force at nearby Camp Lajeune, N.C. Alan Nesmith USS STONE COUNTY-Alan L. Nesmith, electrician's mate fire- man apprentice, USN, son of Mrs. W. L. Nessmith of 7322 Ninth N. W is participating in an ex- ercise called "West Wind" while serving aboard the tank landing ship USS Stone County in the Central Pacific. The Atomic Energy Commis- sion was established August 1, 1946. 295-A--1961 FORD FAIRLANE 500 4-Dr. SEDAN V/0 $1295 with economical standard transmission. A Bargain at ONLY FULL PRICE Entries Wanted for Crafts Show LOOKING FOR A WAGON? SEE THESE ,-A--.S, SLE. ,'.SIC ,-DOOR. om,ea, ,- $1495 cyl. with standard t~ansmlsslon, Radio and HelAer. ONLY FULL PRICE 27-P--1962 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR. Red and white with $12luln V/8 rotor, Radio, Nester, Power Steering and Powergllde, w/s/w ONLY PER WEEK 66-P--1961 FORD RANCH WAGON V/8. Radla, Heater, $1395 Automatic. Ming green and white with contrasting Interior. FULL PRICE $32-A--1961 FORD Faiean 4-DOOR. Automatic transmls- $1195 flu, Radio. Heater. A real buy fer FULL PRICE LOW COST CARS WITH MANY HAPPY MILES 78-A--19S8 FORD WAGON V/8. Rmllo, heater, cruls.o-rnoflc. $$99 144-S--19S9 FORD CUSTOM 4-D &-~yl Red Her Fordomatic, $799 494-A--19S8 CHEV. 2-Dr. Sdn, Std. Tras Radio, htr. ONLY S0.95 wk. 72Jt---19S7 MERCURY 2-DOOR HARDTOP. V/8. Radio, Heuter, Auto end Pow~, Stoorlng FULL PRICE $399 PICK.UPS 1461 FORD F-100, &.cyt. w~ Cmn~er ONLY $11.10 per Week 19SS CHEVROLET ~/4-t~n, 4-speed Transmission (106.A) $49S And Competition Set for Century 21 Center for Summer Season A new crafts show and com-I petition, open to the public, is announced today by Donald I. Foster, acting director, Century 21 Center, for the summer season at the Seattle Center. The First Annual Western States Craft Competition, to be co-spon- sored by Century 21 Center, Inc. and the American Craftsmen's Council, will be staged in the former Christian Science Pavilion at the Center, from June 7 thru September 7, 1964. A major showing, the compe- tition is expected to draw over three thousand entries, and is the first program of this type and size in the West. Craftsmen, artists and artisans in the twelve western states -- Alaska, Arizona, ALL PAYMENTS QUOTED INCLUDE ALL INTERESTS AND California, Hawaii, Idaho, Neva- CARRYING CHARGES WiTH NORMAL DOWN PAYMENT da, New Mexico, Montana, Ore- More than an acre of covered service gon, Utah, Washington and Wy- SERVICE? ""'" expert crew of service men equipped with most modem gear and tools. WILSON FORD (AN SERVICE--ANY MAKE--BETTER, FASTER! Serving Greater Seattle for Over 43 Years oming--will participate. The competition will consist of a judging of all entries by an inter- nationally known panel of crafts- men on June 2 and 3, with nine awards of fifty to two hundred dollars each. Additionally, a par- chase award for the Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York City, will be made by the Ameri- can Craftsmen's Council. Entry classifications will be: Section 1: Crafts for interior and~ or garden, including ceramics screens, bookbinding, furniture metal accessories, tableware wood accessories, tapestries, wal i hangings, casements or uphol- stery yardage. 5433 Leary N.W. SU. 2-1111 THE SIGN OF QUALITY ' Financing Is EASIER at WIleon'o because we handle our own contracts Section II will be craft~ for architecture, including fountains, ceramic murals, tiles, mosaics, forms of architectural scale or relationship, and sculpture. The third entry and showing section will include crafts for apparel, jewelry, leather acces- sories, and fabrics for apparel. Entries must arrive at the Se- attle Center between May 1 and May 28, 1954, and will be judged by: Jack Lenor Larsen, Jury Chairman, textile designer, New i York City; Robert Sperry, pot- ter, Seattle; Donald B. Wright, jeweler, Ellensburg, Washington; Ben Goo, craftsman in wood, Phoenix, Arizona; and Dextra Frankel, architecural craftsman, Corona Del Mar, California. Many of the three thousand en- tries in the showing will be of- feted for sale to the public, and Century 21 Center, Inc. will bene- fit on a sales commission basis. Setting for the. public display will be the former Christian Sci- ence Pavilion, to be renamed the Exhibition Gallery, located at the foot of the Space Needle on the Seattle Center grounds. The nomi- nal admission price is expected to be fifty cents to see the ex- hibition covering the two floors of the building. The Northwest Craft Center and Gallery, presently open on the Center grounds, will continue its operation in the former Swedish Pavilion. The First Annual Western States Craft Competition will be another event in the Seattle Center's "Holi- day 75" summer season. RANGES ASK HER TO TAKE HER PICK $138 vlmmm MOBILE MAIDS WASHER and Gient IS-place capac;ty DRYER Exclusive three-way I ~ washing action--up, 288 down end all around Famous Flush-Away ,mk REFRIG. drain Attractive Textolite top Three-cycle pushbuffon controls BILT INS Unicouple faucet connector FREE ESTIMATES Easy.rolling casters 600-waft Calrod heater CREDIT TERMS e7 SAVE $$ REPAIR Front on Demonstrators Leading and Floor Samples PARTS FROM $2S9 Top Loading, FROM $138 LA. S-$2S2 rior CUSTo M FIREPLCE SCREENS EBRATING OF A NEW TACO TIME IN RAINIER DISTRICT $300 RAINIER AVENUE S. 8-9-10 " FRIDAY, ARE EFFECTIVE SPECIAL PRICES EFFECTIVE AT ALL S TACO TIME LOCATIONS REG. 34 Our WORLD FAMOUS Taco . . . a crisp corn tortilla w;th our lean pure beef, six month cheddar cheese, crisp lettuce nnd fancy tomato FOR I iscuits I Starch REG. Our BURRITO Flour tortilla w;th cheddar cheese. r. fr~ed pinto b n, put. ~rouod b." ro".d ao~ 29 deep fried. If you haven't tried Taco Time food treat then you are missing the grand new taste sensation that is 'sweeping the Northwest TACO TIME prepares the wonderful foods of Old Max;co . . . cooked to please the American Taste. "YOU" season each ;tern to fit your individual taste. All our tasty Mexican treats are made from the very finest ingredients . . . pure ground beef, fine 6 months old cheddar cheese . . . crisp fresh lettuce . . and red ripe tomatoes. Everything prepared to perfection in spotless, stainless steel kitchens. It's TACO TIME right now. Try a new wonderful taste sensation. 8501 15TH N.W. SU 4-5911 539 N.E. 110TH EM 4-3152 THERE IS A TACO TIME NEAR YOU ALKI POINT WHITE CENTER RAINIER DISTRICT