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Residents Rotary In St. Louis Louis to attend the 54Lb. convention are Col. M. O'Day of 1814 Dr. They arrived two months in travel South and New welcomed a new Fort Monmouth, N.J of Capt and Mrs. Nat convention begat ; ended June 13. In at- ~Were over 10,000 Rotar ~aembers of their families 60 countries of the ~Unday evening, June 9. attended an opening- feature that Traubel, world- singer, and the "Buffalo Bills" quartet "The Music Man." On June 12, Chey sat out- the stars to view the )el Opera presen- musical "Carnival" audience. speakers on the con- r o g r a m were Will:." of West Berlin, and n, president of the r e Association of Nitish C. Laharry of India, president of Ro- addressed the on the world-wide Ro- 10 Ballard Teachers Set Scholarships, Special Leave Ten P~aJla!'(l teachers wiU, be on ;cholarships or special leave either }li; SurfHner or during the 1963-64 ;.chool year. Among then] is Miss * lice Simondet, who joins 15 other ~eachers from various Farts of the ' ~ation to go to Africa on, a sum- aer "Teach Corps" assignment to help African school leaders in the ]ie!ds of social studies, English, ~hysical education, nmsie and art. M:iss Simondet will go to Sierra Leone in West Africa, and Lo Free- town and Njale. Others on the Ballard staff with special assignments incl,ude: John Colasurdo, NSF scholarship in ~]athematics, Utah State College (summer) ; Frances Erickson, John Hay Fellowship, Institute in the Humanities, University of Oregon {summer) ; N o r m a n Goldstein, NSF scholarship in chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan College (summer); John Kuehn, NSF Institute in iViathematics, University of Wash- ington (1963-64); Bernice Lomax, NSF Fellowship, University of Washington (summer); F r a n k Lowry, NSF scholarship in chem- istry and physics, Seattle Univer- sity (summer); Russell Quicken- bush, NSF scholarship in biology and chemistry (summer) and NSF Institute in Advanced B i o l o g y (1963-64); Frances Plouf, sabbat- [ONIS, Boys' t 196~, was ~rica in the s Oregon gings. The scientists working at one of the most luxurious resort O.EoS, the site have constructed a hugh hotels in Mexico. scale model of the original city Another interesting building in J"une 20 which shows the Aztec way of life this sleepy holiday town is the t in every detail. Curnavaca Cathedral, built in 1529. i One of the highlights of this The fortress-like edifice, built pri- ater No. 245, OES, history-filled tour is luncheon in marily for worship but also with ).m. Thursday, June the magnificent restaurant located the needs of a strong defense in od Masonic Temple, in one of the huge caves overlook- mind, is distinguished by the huge lave. N. The chap- ing {he historical sites. Here in iron knobs studding some of the te its 14th birthday trons, past patron~i this uniqu e environment the doors. Accordi.~g to 'legend. the glories of earlier civilizations are knobs were designed to prevent )ers and fathers wi more apparent than ever. elephants from baslzing ~against OCcidental Chapter No. Another striking example of thedoors. of Concord Chapter, contrast of the old with the new One of the main beauty spots in sis Worthy Matron is found during a visit to the ultra- Cuernavaca is the famous Borda it and Worthy Patron modern University City, home ofGardens, built some 200 years ago invite all members ofthe University of Mexico. Here one by a silver tycoon from the near- will find some of the finest ex- by mining town of Taxco. It was amples of modern architecture in in these beautiful gardens that the W e s t e r n Hemisphere; but Emperor Maximilian walked with throughout the contemporary line his beloved Empress Carlotta. of the design runs a thread of These are just a few of the many Aztec influence and the effect is interesting historical spots in Mex- heightened by the huge ceramic ico. More Azetc ruins are to be murals which decorate many of found on the Caribbean coast near the walls of the buildings. Merida and on the lovely vacation The town of Cuernavaca, an island of Consume1, some miles off: hour's drive from Mexico City, is shore from Merida. These attrac- a thriving example of another page tions and many more await the in the h i s t o r y of Mexico -- the visitor to Mexico, "Land of Eternal Spanish occupation of the land.Spring." SPECIAL BALLARD NEWS TOUR 4CH r SU. , INC. r: )oors ;~lt- I All-inclusive tour price includes . '|a,N II economy JET round-trip air fore SU. 3-8424~ I] and 8 Golden Days in Mexico -'----'----~l Oltl~ueit. gour go I Visit Mexico City, the Xochimilco Gardens, colonial Cuer- ---Jl I lit i i I navaca and many other exciting Mexican sights. Guided tll/41 1/,| II to.rs, hotelaccommodations, transportation, 5 excellent fIEND ! t Ill 1 II meals, and many extras are yours on ,this tour. Leaves II Vancouver, B.C August 9, returns August" 16. |"mber I, 1963 II " o, ' FLY, . . , l about this I ] -L,~. : IF |lied Exeurslon II INS/IRUtH$/'HIPS/PLANIS/HOItI./IELE OMMUNItAIION$ ~" ':~ Irq~, 1~ ItALLARD NEWS il .o.~, MOST COMPLI=TF TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM "' O .t 6 [[ "~tW. Market Street I] - o iU. 2-800 ' 2~ast. I-Iardware 8tore) [ L - J Heinzerling, all of Seattle. Several years ago, neighbors and friends conducted a fund drive o benefit research on behalf of chin dren afflicted with this disease. These funds now are exhausted. Progress has been made as a re- su~t of Wade's treatment in this field of research at the University of Washing-ton School of Medicine. Rather than flowers, the family! suggests that remembrances be contributions made payable to: Cy~inosis Research Fund, care of Mrs. Ralph Olsen, 6018 Sycamore N.W Seattle 7. Memorial services will be held at at. Luke's' Episcopal Church Thursday, June 20, at 9:30 a.m. RIB CUT Tennis Instruction Offered to Young People In District Tennis instruction currently is on the agenda for youngsters liv- ing" in the vicinity of Soundview Playfield, 15th N.W. and N.W. 90th. Interested individual,s should plan to take their own equipment; the lessons are free. Lessons, provided by the Seattle Park Department, will be given Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m for those through 17 years of age. Adult in- struction is scheduled for Mon- days, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Alpha Belle Camp Will Meet June 26 Alpha Belle Social Club, Camp 8831, Royal Neighbors of Ameri- ca, will have a luncheon Wednes- day, June 26, in the home of Edith Hand, Rt. 2, Box 81-E, Lacey, near Olympia. FRED AND LE$ HAGGARD'S BEEF BUN D r " v e - In Corner .t N.%'go ~|ln and 15|h N.%%'. J REGULAR 19c } BURGER WITH THIS COUPCN ONLY Made with ou Special Relish, U.S. Inspected'-'wround Beef from E & E Meats, on Langendorf Buns baked fresh daily. Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday ONLY! i JUNE 20 Through June 23 :ram m~ = ]i ' i ~fr,- - . Bowl-shaped, Large Capacity STAINLESS , STEEL TUB. 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