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June 19, 1963

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. . .n: esday, June 19, 1963 aay, dune xv;/ Recover :! rt Ra:m! !vee New Edition Of ,f June :overy ated Jime 23 at Colorful TourGulde. arday,' June ?~, me,- at Stove O; I, ,Lrk. Visitors~ tic l lao,w Now Avadable 2 2656. -. ---- /~ff~ials representing the North- A new edition of the popular ~true securityL~ Go Kart Racing Association and colorful tour guides which the fcept as he fln~l~e.att!,e, Puget.Sound Go Kart Sperry and Hutchinson Co. de- oI all. '. 5dlK~a. aUon of Tacoma, and the veloped last year as a public serv- Club of Everett announce ice to the state of Washington has .~ joint sponsorship and host- just been published and now is be- ORMICK' m[2f the largest kart racing ing distributed. More than a quar- t~ a ~~L ever to be held in the North- ] ter million were distributed to IK~i,L r11~V~L I tourists last year. ~i~f~.~'. ,"~ii~ event, is an. internationallyI The complete set inc],udes a color ~~.~ ~4~one~/' uu-l~tile .~nauro" race, I souvenir booldet with photos by rAS E& ~ nelu on ~acmc t~aceways' t Bob and h'a Spring, featuring the Puge~ Sound country, the Inland Empire, cities, f e s t i v a 1 s, and mountain adventuring. ' There are foul" different road ~ 't~?!llile Grand Prix track in Kent I 3ib~:l~rJune 23. Over 300 en- , ,iF.I e expected, including most tAFFLO~VEg 0~.e top drivers and karts on the / ,~niUl~g Coast and Canada, compet- ] ~~]~:~or starting positions in the I ~ ~A ~kl championships to be held in | ~I 1 UI~:~ this fall Pk~sv I ~tlepi ~'.~:~ e ro ram" Saturday, 11 a m . 0,~]p.ra ~practice, public invited. rvery wm) ~-:~.l~y' 11 a.m Junior Event for ~- 1323 3rd -! ~i:!aPs, featuring approximately 4.25511 4} to 16-year-olds, reaching ~~ Well over 75 mph. 1 p.m ~~ single engine class, ~vith ~, ~ ~0 entries racing at one time. ~X~~~iI the featured men's unLim- ~:~, O]ass, with nearly I00 double ::~ ~ 'triple engine machines racing ).:~e ~ime, capable of 130 mph. ,~e Winner of each event will IR~ifY for a starting position in ~~onshlp. Class of Wayne Peterson's Period mathematics class at Junior High were movie 4 and 5. The class has with new lathe- materials and the results so favorable that Scott, and Co publishers of book "Seeing Mathematics," commis- Gilbert Altshul Produc- make a film of the class with the new materials. will be distributed the United States ~o proper teaching methods map guides, one for each section of the state. These brochures, writ- ten by top-flight Washington writ- ers, have been revised to include new freeways, new bridges and dams, and other newly created points of interest. The tour guides are available at S&H outlets and also my be ob- tained by writing to S&H Green Stamps, 6624 White-Henry-Stuart Building. Reasonable quantities are available free for organizations, tourist centers, chambers of com- merce and schools. A color and sound film strip em- phasizing the importance of tour- ism as an indhs~ry and picturing many scenic centers in Washington is available on request to service clubs, civic groups and others. In- formaiton may, be obtained by writing to Clarence Lauten, 6624 White-Henry-Stuart Building. Workshop Sessions In Home Nursing Slated In July The "Home Nursing Story" will be shown July 15-26 by the Se- attle-King County Chapter of the Red Cross. According to Mrs. A. M. Aldridge, chairman of nurs- mg services, the presentation will be in six parts. The films will be accompanied by supervised practice in workshop sessions at the chapter headquar- : ters building, 2106 2nd Ave. They i THE BALL RD NEWS -- SUnsef 3-0400 . 'age Three m mmmm, m mm m mm mm n ,-.RITlllrll R CLOS mT' atBallardHospitam FC R OUR #llkl illdi TO MR. AND MRS. Tuesday, June 4 Robert']amesN" Gkl.McNease'swanson,"3~.12Francis27th N,:,A' 1964 Models will soon he here. have a li ed quc rtti ! of Floor Mo.de) we Thursday, Juno 6 are cutting way below regular price! These are values you should no rams! Anton P. Kavalok, 1830 N. 53rd, Girl, J. B Norris, 11722 Barlett N.E ~ ~sm~v~ Boy. Stanley McIntyre, 22406 6.nd W Mountlake Terrace, Boy. Friday, ,June 7 Farell Campeau, 60021/2 24th N. V Girl. Roy Ray, 15805 26th N.E Girl. Saturday, June 8 Michael Slye, 411 N. 105th, Girl. Mickey Moberg, 4128 Burke St Girl. Sund~y, June 9 Robert Peters, 5909 Evanston N Boy. Monday, June 10 Marcus Peha, 5000 39th N.E Boy. Fred Eagan Jr Everett, Girl. Wednesday, June 12 Alfred Jennings, 17303 92nd PI. N.E Bothell, Boy. Donald Waters, 30S N.E. 90th, Boy. Lowell Lien, 3815 23rd Xr Boy. 'Thursday, June 13 Louis Hatson, 24301 58th W Mountlage Terrace. l~oy. Edward Beavin, 15502~'9th N.E Girl. Roger Forbes, 1765 N. V. 56th St Girl. Paul Darlington, 591S Greenwood Ave. N Girl. Gary McHenry, 14041 21st S Girl. Edwin Metcalf, 1822 N. 205th, Boy. Friday, June 14 Kennetb McElhanon, 2422 N.W. 60th St Girl. Richard Bergley, 20715 Larch Way ~/ Alderwood Manor, Girl. Sunday, June 16 Jay Spery, 23103 54th W Mount- lake Terrace, Girl. Monday, June 17 James Holland, 3054 N. V. 58th, Boy. Harold C. Hagen, 22507 7th Ave. S, Des Moines, Girl. Boys and Girls Attend Boys and girls in the 10-14 age bracket are invited to attend the show how the home nurse helps in new mathematics. Peterson a home nursing situation or in Museum of History and Sndustry's ~a~hematics consultant 'for disaster, depictin.g fundamental first industrial tour of the 1963 Foresman and Co and the nursing skills which make homesummer season Thursday, June 27, ~, Will be used to instruct i:~ l.~rs in the newer methods of nursing easier for both patient according to Mrs. Knox McCool, and homemaker. ~ education director. ;;?l~lag mathematics. The practice and question ses-I The group will Dis it Jonas ~::':~ following students ~ook part sions help the viewers to gain COrn- ] Brothers of Alaska and Seattle, : '/?~te mathematics movie: Julie petence in the skills shown and line, world renowned taxidermist : ::~rson, Philip Alberton, Kathy confidence in using them. Red t firm located at 1507 12th Ave. in :,4~. ~Iark Casper, Fred Currie,uross nurse-ins[ructors will con-Ithe Seattle Fur Building IH il~ DeNieu, Wayne Dumas, duc~ the practice sessions. I The complete process from ]~II i |,l~, d Fadden, Peter Gordon, The films were produced as a t treatment of raw skins to animal ] ~ ~ mi~. Itall, Jeff Hammarlund, Tomcooperative effort with the Office I mounting wiR be demonstrated for ~l~:~eWell, ~ Jim Isaacson, Diand of Civil Defense, Department of tthe' tour ffroup, showin~ latest ~Z~~~- Kurtz, Kim Laber, o . ] eth s.n t zdermy. Fish and ,Lb L R-n- Deefnse American Red Cross m od i- axi =" Nursmg S e r v ~ c e s, U.S. Public 1 animals from all over the world . a.~.lJL ~x on, Sharon LaBrasb, C n- Heath Service and U.S. Army S]g- I are processed for clients, including J i:f kay, Wayne McDonald, ]~.~ ~RaMiller, Diana Mulvehill, na', ~orps. I royalty, by Jonas Brothers, whose . The films will be shown Mon- t operation extends as far as offices [ a bstock, Laurie Samuelson, Days, Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 ] in. Africa i ~-~Sleight, Maurey Smith, Don a.nL till noon. Only adults may ] The J~e 27 tour will begin a~ L~ B ~ ~son, Sue Townsend, Linda ested shoukl call Red Cross Nurs- I tor~ ~d Indust~ 2161 E Hamlin , ~ I ~~a Vetrovec. register for the class. Those inter-[9"30 am. at the Museum of His- ~U~.~ ~~~--~----~ll~~ lag Services, MA. 3-2800, to reg-[ St'," in McCurd'y'Park near the ' r ~ . ister. I M ntlake Bridge. A $I fee covers ardlan to ~ transportation, taking the children i from 1:45 ervatlons should be made by call- Lb : LX ?'nestofHonor Dos : SATURDAY,'CsuNDAY " " " . mmm~ i, t, ~ ,~n~a,~. mg the museum, EA. 4.1125. = ~ ~:'~. Ray (Violet) Lundstedt, n ~ v This is the first of three indus- ~" I-~/guardian of the Neighbors ~ ~r~ ~ I~I~l~rd trial tours-to be held by the mu- ~:i~l~)dcrafl, will be guest of ~~i SU. $-~100 seum. The others, scheduled for I i~[ and speaker for the forth- ~w~! ~Aqr ~;~IT~T July'25 and:August 22, are to be i i~ district convention to be IPII~I.- ~m.- ~uAm. announced later. The summer tour ,r m.l~r program has been presented since NK ~J~ ~/~:f~.~Seattle Monday and Tues- ---.:,-o Jp ~m~ 1956 by the museum, except dur- able line 24 and 25. N THP ing the World's Fail'. ~~ons are--to be held at the '~ l~lan- Hotel in the University n t, With tl~e banquet Monday ~ A if[all The trouble with worrying so ] m I1~ to be followed by a ritual- ~Wk~IE=m'qi much about your "security" in the '~ ~'~ iI ~;~monstration and memorial future is that you feel.so insecure u. ~S by the district officers. HORROR FUN HIT in the present.L--Harlan Miller. ~I~ "~'"~. ~Y evening, a public installa- Starring ~ ~ ~ ~~fficers~will be conducted ,m~p mmr~m=J/ tertainment will be pro- VINCENTpETER LORREPRICE ["~D~| !!~| ~:~ .~ay Keil is general chair- BORIS KARLOFF U/Li N iN N . ~ ~~!~ of ~lae convention, with the "~ qk ].~df'~malCe of Mrs. Frank Fisher, --AND!- CASE "'ur "~" -~"~llt of the United Woodcraft ~:,STEVE McQUEEN ~ ~. Lundstedt is a former ex- ROBERT WAGNER in VACATION, CHRISTMAS, " ~ ~I~. ~e of the Pacific Telephone RETIREMENT, TRAVEL, -~ I~f.~'elegraph Co. in Seattle. She l(! 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