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Page Two Golden Jubilee Scout Camp Fund In Final Two Weeks The Golden Jubilee camp toward the $1,159,600 goal. Robert, I). O‘Brien. 3 e n e r :i chairman, indicated that the next two wcekx are the most crucial oi the cui’iiriaiirn. ln zitldressino cam— b paign lt‘dllcl'h', he said he was con- iio‘cnt that the goal can be achiele but thut it will take thc hitE'tlQS't push yet to bring in :i iv‘ winner. (,l'lsi'ien Skill] victory is sight it all \K’Ui‘ki'i's in the cum- production paign Will get lllt‘ll' in to the (:ui’npuign office at Scout lili‘iidqlléil'lfil's. To date, the tLirt-c major lllVl- SlOl’lS of the Golden .luliilel- fun: have mined in $903,382: Scout Family. under the li‘uuici‘ship ni' Charles Osborn. has reached 5236.009: Major Gifts, William \R‘omls, $588,654; Special Gifts, L. Carlos Flohr. get into the field. is up to 878.719. Thr- moncy raised will be usrwl to rebuild, cxpunil (Hill construct new C..mp.~4 :11 the four Scout rus- ervations owned by the Chief Se» little Council. Ballard Hiin and Adams to Get lmpnn'ements The exterior oi Bu ll :1 rtl High School will be painted during thw summer months, The. (.1. W. Gu>~ tai’con Painting (in, was low l)ltllll;l' in the amount of 37.450. The pluiiioing in Adams Flw I‘neritz-iry School will be l't‘lllllllt‘l.‘ll at struction Co, will no the Woik. Moncy to pay tor the tivo yib' ca tunes from the 9.8»mill Spl‘t'i‘rll school levy which carried May 2l. lThrEepcnnyDOpera' Held Over Additional Weeks Kurt \V'eill Bertolt Birrlit‘s i't-c- (it‘d-breaking n‘iusical-roii'imly “The Threepcniiy Opem.‘ will b.» hril over for WW more additional Weeks at Scuttle's Cirque Playhouse, ac— cording; to Gene Kt-une, munoging‘ director. The iiiti‘i'rtatlonully pop~ u‘cir hit Will play “I e. cl n c 5. ll it y through SiltUl'lllty at 8:30 pm through June 22. Tith-ts art’- on sale :it the Bon Mart-he ticket office, Esquire UHIA‘ her Shop, Bell Book unri Cilntllt‘ in Bellcvuv and Farmer‘s Miiric lil Burien. or reservations inlay hv nimle by rolling the tiimlio. EA. 27545, weekdays after 10 um, GEMS OF THUl'UHT Security Si‘i‘lll'iiy is the priceless prodiirc of lrcellom. B. E. Hutchinson. In this; era of world wars. in this :itoi‘nic age. values have changed We must discover security within . ourselves. » Boris Pasternak. No free spirit ever clrcamv-d of. ".«ccux-ity" Save - COUPON - Save Good for FREE Pickup and Delivery Lawn Mowers Sbarpened Hand Mower, 3.50 Power Reel.._..7.50 Rotary............2.50 mun CYCLE SU. 3-5560. . 6319 24th Bicycle Repair: and Pa‘rlr "There nothing 3/; pr; nolbiug .w slnmgc." Read it -- and judge for yourself! TH E l ’0 The Dm‘nmentcyl Sini‘y Plastic Cover. Link Binding . . . Price: liiglll Dollars For sexcral reasons the format, binding, and even the re- production from qpewritten composition, of the original unpublished document, have epilogue, extensne bibliogi‘ documcnmr} footnotes, and Because this had been made most controversial books of the Twentieth Century, I have neither asked nor allowed an bilin for it except myself. [ion at this time i.» to make deratandablc through knowl Order The Poli/irimi from book mailing service, or (ii cludcs the postage) from It I D BERT Belmont 78, (19- l velopment fund of the Boy Scouts shot past the $900,000 mark this wcek in the final twovwcek stretch iii Th“ the last division to a Cost of $15,024. Dutin Conn or. if he «lid, he ‘ l I q 0 Min-ls Drill Team . N ,Allends Several W o Festival Parades By ('YN'I‘HIA (HVEJS The Ballard Girls" Drill Team t‘Xlll't‘SHi'il thanks to the sisters of St. Alphonsus May 29 by perform- ini; thrir exhibition routines. 0n Sulurlluy, June 8, the team ti'th-lwl to Lyndon, Wash, for tint community's annual celebra- tion. It ruined (lll during the pu- riitle, but this lllll not dampen the spirits of the girls. They brought homo :i lovely first—place trophy. Tllt'rhlliy. June 11, found Mothers' Club meeting lit the home 1 R. S. Purvis. The trip to Provo, Utah, was discussed. A letter from i thv Provo parade marshal was rcml, welcoming the Ballard Gii'ls’ Drill Team to lead their July Fourth celebration parade. The Pui-vis' have. planned a Wonderful trip for “their girls." Mrs, Purvis also received a let- ter from Mayo: Brown of Victoria, I BC. Complimentingr the team’s bi-‘nuvior and appearances While Hr" inu~ that city in May. He in- .‘l‘r‘il the girls. to return next year. Saturday. June 15. C a p t a in Junctiii Guirns led her team, with the hpr of mascot Melinda Cairns. , through the sti‘ccts of Marysville tor the Strawberry Festival Pu- ;mlr, Till- girls vnjoy the straw- .‘rrrv .‘~l’lUl'lC‘dl&C treat after the imunic. The team received the sec- miMl-l‘l‘zlflt‘. award. This week, the gold and big wimp tins wi‘l head south to Tilla- i inook, (he, homo of the famous L’llm‘n‘t‘ factory. The gala send—off t 11' Provo will be on June 30. The residents of Ballard may l‘.\}ll‘(‘l girls in gold and white uni- : on their: forms to he knocking doors. selling Nordic Night tickets. YOUR LIFE may hang in the BALANCE Driving with un-safe, unbalanced whet-ls is just inviting trouble! Let our "mom" Wheel Balancing lixpcrts put all your wheels into Mill-nilfiC balance...enjoy complete freedom 'from steering troubles! Besides making your steering siile. zi"kEAn" Wheel Balancing .loh will also save excess wear mid tour on your tires. give you more economical fuel consumption, and bring you greater driving comfort. Wt Furnish Weights at NO Extra Cost JUNE BRAKE SPECIAL BEST LINING INSTALLED A‘ . (Most Cars) $2688 ,3 l l l l l 1.1-! as chl‘ck ‘you'l" lIrakes Imlay for Sal‘my's Sake !‘ BALLARD BRAKE x; SERVICE CENTER 5216 Ballard N.W. SU. 343266 n'crfu/ m Iru/b, and (if/en -——DANIEL WEBSTER /,' Hp I'lilllll ii” LITICIAN Dwight David Eisenhower 456 Pages been preserved. A prologue, aphy, seventy-three pages of index have been added; by my critics into one of the yone else to take any responsi- And the purpose of publica- the present deczide more un- edge of the last one. or through any bookstore or rcctly by mail (the price in- “' I‘llA 'll Massachusetts the oi tho team mlvisors, Mr. and Mrs. , mummymmm‘mmmm . i‘l Wednesday, June 19,;- yMental Recovery.“ 1 i c i l Any interested church, club or E Plcn'c sef June independent sewing 'g'rou'p' ‘Should l a ' contact the Production Department 2 to 6 at y'Stove 6 ,of theSeattle-‘King County Chap- , Woodland Park. Visitors 8 , i ter of the Red Cross, MA. 3—2800. i come: call PA. 2-2656. Cut-out garments will be furnished 1 THE BALLARD NEWS SUnset 3-0400 ‘dnesda‘yi J“ Pack 128 News gSkrandia Offers legion Post 124 Plans Cub Pack N0. 128's last meeting ' Folk Dance Classes jOil’II’ InS'I'allafion June for the school year was an exciting oni- for the boys and their parents. Lake WaShington POSt NO- 124 and auxiliary, American Legion, The Cubs held their Pine Block will hold joint installation of new Derby, which was won by Kelly Cl‘()W(l(:l‘§ Tom Brockman and Ed- Officel‘s TUBSdaY. June 25, at the Red Cross Appeals For Sewing Groups An emergency appeal is being made by the Red Cross for sewing groups throughout King County to help sew garments for Algerian refugeés. The project deadline is July 15, by which time 350 gari l A full schedule of folk dance {classes is planned by Skandia fF‘olkdance Club for the summer. The organization expects a large ,group of Seattle summer visitorsl Officials represi . I q 'wmi 0K0“ 1. . d p ,. d and rcsnlents to learn the authen- Fort and E1 ht Club. Hughes L, merits must be made and shipped. . . . . . _ I , i There is no true HGCUI'lW- ‘ GO Kart Rs whiff} A“ hf Spa/:16 Reforldl :29 l he dances which Will be featured Pritgwm 3035 NW Esolanade‘ The garments, called Djellabahs WIthzdlrectlons’ “may f0! sewmg- E individual except as he fl , *SGE‘tttle, Puget . l y. 0 en eiet . g at Eagleson Hall, 1417 NE. 42nd. i ' p ‘are already cut out at the Seattle- Someone familiar with the assem— the security of all. ' ation of '1 Club Of E 10int sponsi 0f the larg t ever to be h Drive, Will be installed as finance officer of the post, and Mrs. Pritchnrd will be secretary—treas— urer of the unit. Mrs. Pritchard ‘ucted as chaperon for the girls lattending Girls’ State at Ellens- burg, June 10-17. cars on which they had worked diligently received a small golden l The beginners‘ ten-week class ,will be conducted Tuesdays from ceioniic car plaque as a. memento. ’ L9 10 pm" “wrung June 25- Skan‘ i that teachers tell beginners that Den three received the award “anyone who mm walk can 18am for haVing the beSl— Parent attend“ to dance.” An intermediate class zinc:- til, the meeting, It is hoped will be offered for those who al— thc pui‘cnls’ attendance will in- ready know the basic folk dance. crease since five new members steps. Startingr Thursday, June 27, have been added to the pack. They the intermediate class will meet are Bci't and Fred Turner. Dennis thil'y Thursday from 8 10 10 p.m. ‘ Dohr, Bill Minter and Mike Ling- fOI‘ ten Weeks- bloom. Sk‘dndlét also meets for u mixer Twenty Cubs and many of their ""“" ' parents enjoyed a. fel‘l'y U'iI’ Bi-E—mCiton to see the USS Mis-i l souri and, also. the commissioning, of the USS Gridlcy. l The puck’s annual picnic will be ' helil Juiie_ 9 at Juanita Beach. King County Chapter of the Red blyiofthogarments will come toi Cross by production volunteers, the group, on request. to explain; from bolts of blue wool donated-to the assembly and sewing of the' the Red Cross. garment. l MCCORMICK, ‘ NATURAL FOO? SI'ECIALS' ‘ ' PA PAYAS ,,,,,,,,,,, ,.EA. , DATES ................... .. lbs 100% SAFFLOWER 0 SONA MARtiABI J 3 Pkgs. Delivery will} 510 a, 3l2$lewarl 1323 3rd 150‘ NIAEn 4-2553 i HOW on in" WE ARE SAVED? "The Spirit Himself bearer witness wit/1 our spirit 11ml we are {be children of God.” ' —Rom. 8:16 THE INNER SENSE OF GOD’S PRESENCE IS VERY REAL AND WONDERFUL TO ALL THOSE WHO ARE TRULY CON- VERTED. YOU CAN KNOW THlS TODAY. Can We Help You? Phone SU. 3-7011 l .—-————_____, lHAT honed “loo—M be held on P .‘mfle Grand Pi day, June 2; ts are expecte ‘9 top drivers (lance every Wednesday night at 8 o’clock. Monthly dances are held the second and fifth Friday of every month. SU. 3-6677 ED I.. DURANT to list your [107110, business, or lam! lur 5410. Mutual III-aliy. I no. _— EXPERT PIANO TUNING RUDOLF PlCK 7550 16th N.W.: su. 2—0356 3 this fall. 8 Program: D-m., practici 3)” 11 a.m., . EDS, featurin, to 16-yea 88 well over ' single eng 150 entries ra ‘m-. the featui class, with n 0 riP19 engine mile time, capa , ‘3 Winner of ‘ y for a stai W0I‘Id champic ‘ .Vie Tall C v. 5. H, l l l l amuuuwmm WWWWWWWWWW ~;.~.\- , r , WASHINGTON GROWN 1% iii‘LLé‘iiiiows. 2 5 FRICASSEE OR nus WI :% STEWING "I , ¢ * emal stu dents of W V ,3, tmléirigd mathl 1-LBo Z'LB. ‘,Jungr}iosin§ i'tic‘Working wi . ,, ,, , TIN r . TIN - "51 10,262. Jar HILLS BROS. 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