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nesday, July 2% f i TRADE-l. ONAL *- e this before / 0h till 131;, boys' captain. how lowers Aides Jche Hawkinson, long- rgl‘al designer at Swansea's Flowers, and her assis- rs- Ellen Veig, left Satur— er a vacation that will :be b a visit to Bermuda. youflg ladies parted at Chi— Mtll Joyce journeying to 1 to attend the annual SIZE 7 great offer of roitresses I and .7 “lists, while Ellen flew. on Ol'k City to visit relatives. v.11lng the convention, the meet again in New York. metropolis together and I, ell‘ Vacation in Bermuda .wgéurning to Seattle in about s : EBUY BALLARov. l Fishing Derby Added his handsome. r ular. i a'fail‘ Kids' Fishing merby " added to tlle list of ac- [01' the 14th annual sunr- fllnfest. Open to all‘boys .8 .14 years and under, the. m be held Sunday, August isto 11 a.m., at Pier A in» ‘ e. Bay. There will be no . tion will 'A i be awarded. FOR SALE :AllARD 5 'PLEX l. “""ual income $6,480. Four 2- ”"ils, l bachelor, all rented, v9"? location. Near shopping "POWn payment of $l0,000 or ha“ Etioin in desirable house die. FO' appointment, call °°l Bokke, AT, 24573 AEST & WHEELER SSOCIATES, Inc. 1‘ ‘MA. 3-5252 “To LOANS-l ‘l‘ I'AYJIENTS . NTRACTS REFINANCED’ AMI/m]: [.ir'eusé Serril'e .soN MOTOR co. Leary N.W. so, 2-H ll .9x12', NoLEU Russ. ge stockl Ch: potter >rs. ANY r “MAKE MARGARET ANNE BJORNSON n Renner, Seattle P.-T.A_. _ ‘Ws girls' captain Name)” Show. of Ballard High School. and lug-ii School meet to be held 'A muda Calls Land *0“ of the Society of Amer- 3 1 Med August 2-1.1 " fee and a variety of. —Pholo By Forde Photographers High School Section Swim Chair- to register the swimmers in the ugilst: 9, at “lest (irceii Lake, —Photo by Terry Renner Swimmers Invited To Park Dept. Swim Meet ‘- Ballard High School. prep swim- mers are urged to enter the all-city .PTA-Park‘Depar-tment high school mect'Friday, August 9, at 1 p.m. ‘,at West 'Green Lake. Students en- ; rolled or to be' enrolled. in Whit- ‘ Monroe junior high schools 1 man or lar’e urged to participate. ' Those who desire to swim, 3wliether or not they have been turning out for the. team, should l contact the. ,girls’ “captain, ‘Nancy lShaw, 'SU. 2-4074; the boys' cap- . tain. LarryflKing': .or' Mrs.‘ John 'Rennei'. EM. 272663.. ' —f-.BUY BALLARD—f ‘ Ballardfoil-rs " Drill , Team News By (‘yiitliia (livl'iis' ‘ 'The Gold and White bus went :back to. Lylinwood on Saturday l Lynn-’O-Rama was a complete suc- ‘toss in glorious parade weather. "The Ballard girls With their “new I look" which isnblack- hats, western string tie-black gloves and tasscls. lwon the first place'tropliy in jun- ior drill team division and most thrilling of tall for Captain Janean " Cairns and her- team ,was accept- ing the sweepstakes Trophy. This : iiward means the best in the entire. pa radc. . This trophy is passed along from ivcar to year but if they Win it l three years in sucocssion. they can ‘keep it. Congratulations and good luck for the next Lynn-O-Rama. In the afternoon. the Ballard figirls participated in the Aqua lMelon Festival Parade at Queen 1Anne, They did not receive men- ;tion at this parade brlt enjoyed ’tlleirniarclr and the \vatcriirclon treat afterwards, This weekend the gold and white 1 birs,'\\'itli Mrs. Piu'vis as pilot, will travel sorr'tlito visit our neighbors in.Sutlierlin. Oregon, committal: at 12111 NW." Where "‘TASTE'? is the .diliermn/ . , . l. i~.- BallardHigll School Prélr. ‘ and the trip was well worth it. The r all Volume 73 . Icelandic Queen Adds Glamour To lScandia Festival The Fjailkonun will add ll touch ioi’ glamour to the colorful lmclodic SCililtlillzl\"ltln Music 'aitle Seafair. The event. will iheard and seen by thousands at .Seatile Center Sunday. August 4, lsiarting at 3 p.m. The Fjallkonan, literally the Lady of the Mountains. symbolic representation of ,v'imnge of Iceland. is personified by Margaret beautifully Anne. ‘1962 graduate of Ballard High School is a sophomore at Western .Festival will include a. parade of flags. soloists, a. symphony or- chestra of 45 leading Seattle mil- sicians. the Seattle Icelandic Male l Chorus under the direction of Tani Bjornson. and a. pi'oCcssiOii of poo- .; pie carrying flags and Lwith John Sundsten serving as di» ; rector and musical coordinator: Societies from Denmark, Nor- lway, Iceland. Sweden and Finland lhave given to the public 11 annual r l l . attle r l .yer-irs. Many in attendance at the family resemblance between “Ed”. ~~-~-»~~lSc:lttlc Scandinavian Music Fos- tivals. The Seattle Park direction of Gustav Stern. and nu- , merous individuals and organiza-E tions support and make possible the annual festivals. Many of the compositions sungr and played have been imported from the Scandinavian countries,‘ to be heard for the first time in Seattle. ; l Harold Eastvold. Ballard attor- 'ney, president of the Scandinavian Music Festival committee. has re- .. . turned from a trip to the Scandi- r navjan countries. He reports that the Seattle Seafair is well known in that region and the music fes- tival is recognized as an organiza- tion worthy of public support. People of all nationalities, and their families. are invited to attend the program. which is free to the public. —-— BUY- BALLARD —— Members of Ballard C. C.‘ Meet ‘chll? Nixon's Kin: , With a change of less than one- i half of one percent of the vote in. key locations at the last generalr election, the man who might nowr have been Attorney General or, Secretary of State. was a guest of the Ballard Commercial Club at its Monday luncheon meeting at Clark‘s Windjammer. Edward C. Nixon, younger bro- ther of the narrowly defeated can- , didate for president at the last, election, made a. very favorable im- 3 pression with his informal talk and ; "homey" personality. "be younger Nixon is a com— munications cosultant with Pacific Northwest Bell and has been a Sc- resident for the past few luncheon remarked at the strong and his more famous brother whol N.w. will inaugurate lll‘\\“ 'l‘runsi-(h‘uisc l’roiii Ballard on Monday, August morning and evening rush hours w and ‘ F‘cs— l ‘iival, one of the highlights of SO— it be i the tradition-all Bjornson, 7534 31st Ave. NW. The ; Washington College of Education.1 ‘ The cultural Scandinavian Music . Board ; 1 lprovides its orchestra, under ilre‘ ‘ W. MINCE» ST. "AIM/SON :7: Free lills sol-vict- inbound from It) run. to 73 in". "‘3‘" f‘luil’lllluit will begin operations on lines No. In. Milt Aye. N.\\".; No. 18, Ballard and No. 28. 8th Ave. 1\.\\'. In addition, express service in tho gers from the Ballard area to the downtown dis- tair Starts With B SEATTLE, WASHING'i‘ON. {A'EDNE Goodbye . l issue of The Ballard News publisher. After 50 years. the The paper has been sold C()llllll LllllU' paper. The paper's offices will Kimball in 1955. Since that men and citizens of Ballard the new library. your loyal support. ‘ll EDNA KlblBAlJ. liditor and Publisher l t To Further Ballard Elks Building Plans Ken Stewart. Exaltcd Ruler of Ballard Elks Lodge No. 827, in announcing completion of the mill— litudinous details involved in the .acquisition of the. waterfront site .of the future home of the Ballard lodge. has named Duncan “Scotty” McPherson as chairman of the. .newly constituted property. de- r velopment. and building committee. Other members of the commit- tee are. George Brown, secretary; Bob Hillin, Lloyd Nelson, PER Chuck Livers, Fred Jenner, Ray Peterson, PER Ted Shew, Lloydl James. PER George Early, Larry Fontana. At executive committee meet— ‘ ings already held estimates on the cost of grading and cleaning up the property and the erection of signs with the legend “Future Home of Ballard Elks" were re- ceived. The following step will be the removal of the abutting half sun— ken freighter. fore-runner of the million breakwater enclosing \V’ith l’cgl‘ct we announce that this will be the filial of that company is Nicholas Schniill. known to us and to the late Mr. Kimball for liililiv years. \V’c lll‘C‘ confident he will continue to provide Ballard Ncws readers with a good N.\X”. 'l‘hc present employees. some of whoui have worked beside us for a long”, time. will remain on the job. :- fellowship of many true friends. } \V'hethcr lit his desk here or in the State Senate. Mr. wearing" l g . , . H ' ‘ '17 n- .-.~ l~~ My p l C u1 Scandmnvmn costumes, 1 1. kiiirball s lolitiliurnb pleasure was to work With the busrntss groundwork laid for conniiunity projects on which he had j J Before his LlClltll in [939, he saw the completion or the l 1 labored through the paper and in the legislature. These include the Ballard Hospital, 1 wish to thank sincerely our readers and advertisers l alike for the friendship we have hlld over the years and for and ') i) SDAY. JULY '1. 1963 under [hc present editor and time has come to an goodln c. to the Ncws Publishing (20.. ll firm with much cxpcricncc in the publishing field. President rcln.iin ill 34'“) Ballard Ave. timc we have grown with the community. have seen changes C(llllC and have enjoyed the to build a better community. the Shilshole Breakwater and EOn Celebration of 50th Wedding Anniversary l Bainbridge Island. will be honored on the. celebration of their wedding anniversary with an open house to be held at the home of their d a u g h l e 2'. Mrs. Marjorie Vicklund. '748‘N. 143rd"St.',' Sunday,. August 4, from 1 to 4 p.m. —— BUY BALLARD — =Grandmothers’ Club Hold July Meeting The Associated Business ,Professional Grandmothers mct July 14 in the home of Pres— ident Kathleen Leftwick. After a. ishort business session, a potluck ipicnic lunch was enjoyed. Plans lure being made.- for a rummage isale in August and a bazaar later liliis fall. l The next meeting will be held and l Wednesday. August 7, at 7:30 p.m., in the Mayflower Hotel. Any work- ‘ing grandmother interested in joining the club may obtain infor- . . l. l lhc Ballard News was taken over by Harold and ltdna Committee Named rlolin Sigurdsons Honored 50th r Business and Professional; - bratioii ; Set For Aug. 2-11 , once ig Halibut Bar-B N0. 31' Annual Seafair Kids' Salmon Derby. llilile t‘islierilicri will lw lrrnliilr: big fish on Saturday. Aug. it). That's the llll_\’ that youngsters. both boys and girls. llt‘lVVt‘t'll ilr~- :ifz'cs of 8 {Hill 16 till tho waters or Sililsliole Bay Willi boats in lllt‘ an- nual Seafair Kids' Salmon Derby. This regular feature of tlrl- Hil— iiiilil Seafair celebration Aug. Z-ll again will llt' under tho ,Cllilll'lll‘dllé-llllp of Warren Connolly. ‘according to an lllill(tllll('l‘lili_’lll by ‘ Thomas (iiidcrslth', Soufuir' gril— , oral chairman. The competition will be held be. ‘tween the hours of 4:30 and 9:30 a.m. All contestants are expeclcd‘ to catch their own fish, although they may be assisted by adults. Each contestant. must bt' :lc— conipzmied by an adult whit-e t'ish- ‘ lug. Prizes will be awarded promptly at 10 a.m. at Ray’s Boathouse and all fish must be taken within the rl)()lll‘lilill'i('s of Elliott Bay or Bal- rlard waters. r whim r Mr. and Mrs. John Sigurdson, of ‘ There is no entry fee. -—-BUY BALLARD— Mother and Baby Care Classes 3Held By Red Cross. Baby (Euro is not a vacation but a loiig-lcriil responsi- bility. It takes training. the kind of training given in the Rcd (‘ross‘ Mother and Baby Care course.‘ which both expectant fathers and mothers find invaluable. An eveningrclass will be hold‘ Tuesdays and Thursdays, begin- ning Aug. 6, 7:30 to 9:230 pin, for six sessions. A daytime and an evening class will. be held Mon-' days, Wednesdays. and Fl‘lllHyS.’ 'beginning Aug. 12. 10 to 12 noninl and 7:30 to 9:30 p.ni. respectively. v To register for these classes. call Red Cross Nursing services, MA; 3-2800. l — BUY iBALLARD‘—-— :S. C; Cbrislensens fHonoredrAl 1 “ “ . club Anniversary Fete Something like 300 relatives and friends gathered at Fellowship Hall at, Mirror Lake Park. Satur— day, July 13th in a surprise cele- honoring Mr. and Mrs. Soren C. Christensen. 7056 9th Ave. N.W.. on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. Engineered -by Mr. and Mrs“ John E. Phillips. aided by mem— bers of Bethe] Temple, the cole- bratioii was a real demonstration of the high regard in which the Christenscns are held. A masterpiece cake. a product of the artistry of Mrs. Leif Nor- man and daughter Elt'rida. fea— tured the reception that. followed Ballard’s pride, the Shilshole Bay ‘ mation by calling" SU. 2-0984 after? with his wife and daughters, is. currently touring Europe. Marina. 3? i M»: [05 :7: mun NW. 100 . ‘ .u M“ ‘10 s Qt . § MM :5 3r. 1 s *. .' .lv. 4: 3r. 3} s i g u amour \ ‘ s 3 MW. MAR/(E T 57'. NW. LEAR? Wit s as; A TERMNALS e s s (I V in A) 2 g 7‘. ‘1 “.‘ t . Ir . '0 ‘ “4':- g BALLA N AVE. 3. r service to and 5. The luxurious lint-s serving the ill speed pa seen— orth Beach trict. Expl‘vss signs between the headlights will mark tlicsl- trusses. Express survive “'1” "lit‘nllt’s non—stop from (35th to the downtown area on all 5:30 p.111. ’4. M [05 . FREMONT AVE. N. RD — 3 ’5‘ 'SAV Ballard arcu. Fari- on the I‘Xpl‘t‘ss mulch.“ “1" l". mm mm.“ maize) plus ten cents. Faro on local service will he one token plus five lProceecls will go to Heart Fund, cents. New schedules are nvainublc at many of the stores in Ballard which was enlivened by the presen- tation of corsage and boulonnicrc ‘ by Mrs. Irvin \Vilshburn and a. gift of a. tree-full of silver dollars by , the assemblage. Harry Benton was ‘ masterful as master of ceremonies. ‘ Vi’il.‘ Mr. Christensen, recently retired. i an elevator operator in the Arcade Building for nearly 50 years. His wife. born Esther Norri- hassel in Ballard. is lhc daughter ‘of Jonas and Josephine Nordluls- r l sel. pioneer Billiard residents. Her father. a coiiiiiri-rciu] fisherman. was‘losl at son when the now Mrs. Christensen was a babe in arms. John Phillips. instigaioi- of the arinchrsal‘y celebration. was mas- ter of cererilonics at the reception held at Mpaliyl—iolcl following the Nordhussel 7 Christensen nuptials 25 years ag'o.‘ ‘, -—- BUY _,BALLARD —- Scottish-Highland {Games Part of Seafair, Celebration August 10. Pacific Northwest clans will gather for their. annual celebration l at West Seattle Stadium Saturday. The occasion is the Scottish Highland Games, a reg"- illill' feature of Seattle‘s Serif-(lira; Assisting Ray Connery, chairman, arc Gary McAiicc and Andrew . Cowe. Dancing; piping. band competi-1 tions, all the proper mixtures for-r a Scottish holiday, will be on dis-I play for the all-«lay party starting ‘ 1 field l l r t l Hold Monthly Games Party :women. and lunch will be served. l at 9 a.m. There will be the usuali music and dancing" and track and" competition, including that unique importation from the landi of heather, the tossing of the caller, ‘ v; -— BUY BALLARD -—- l Ballard Auxiliary No. 1123 Ballard A u x i l i a r y No. 172. , F.O.E., Will hold» curd parties each Saturday evening in August at 8; o'clock in the Aerie hall, according to Velinalee Johnson. Pinochle will 3 be played, with prizes for men and ‘ Cancer Fund, and the Muscular] Dystrophy Fund. \ i ' irilvr'liuiloiinl l llllt‘t‘S Pliiiilicy According to lrwili L, Traci-ix, Hebrew School. Feecl Fricla Mark l‘ilVll Schedules Concert The oporu it" surge-ls who ilrlmbor lluk'l- :ll‘lilr-vl-rl l'ulilo :lr'o lllll :ls‘ lill» rill-rolls. as local illli'l'it lrrlt'i‘s would MARK ELYN prct'cr. \Vholl a singer who lizls acliirvcd llltli status schedules (‘011l'1‘l1 in his home town. the stir of activity is iiicvirablo. Such an t-‘\'(‘ill is the zlppi-arrlnce (if Mark l‘il_\'ll. August ii. lit the Scuttle ("on— lor i"l:l_vlrousc. Elyn returns to Smilllr- with plaudits illltl praise from llil‘ illajol' Ultt‘l'il centers of lillll‘lllu'. A ll’mllllg‘ bass — baritone with the (frilugilv ()pl-lu (foiirpuiry. his guest appear- ilrcllldod pcrl'oririuiil-os ill Munich. (l o ii 0 v a. Monte Carlo, Stuttgart. Trier. Nurcliburg. Ham— biirg. Bel-ire :iliil Zurich. Witlr Elyrl‘s ,lippeul'luil'o hero drawn“.r near. riiciiibcrs Ul"\'ill‘inll.\' Ctblllllllllt‘t‘s- are WVUl‘lilllg’ on proj~ cots ranging from lllc.St‘lllll;.‘.' of tickets to the arrangements for the patron-sponsor party which will follow his performance. Spon- sors and patrons from the Billiard ‘t l .lli'eli,include Mrs. William Bosch. 9017 Loyal AVc. .\'.“’.:.Mr.' and Mrs. Z. J. Lullssac. 932 N.“". 105th. and Mr. and l\ll~s._ Loon [Wei 6202 .\'. ('Ollcol'l coniiiiiitoo t'llllll‘liilll‘l, lick- ois for the pol't‘ol'riilinr'c can in: purchased at the Bflll.,.\iill'(illc or by calling Mrs, Sheldon Slt‘llll)ol‘,‘.:'. . CL. 4-1083. Proceeds from the non- cert will b e n c f it the Seali le A graduate of Garfield High School, Elyn attended the Uiichl'-' sity of \A'ashirigton and Scuttle University. His debut was with the Northwest Grand Opera Coni— plliiy in :1. production of Rigoletio. In addition Io his performanth ill Europe, Elyii has appeared with the New York Center Opera Com- pany. NBC Opera Company. San- Francisco Opera Company and numerous others. BUY BALLARD —- VFW' Auxiliary To Meet Toliim'l'mv' The Lailios Auxiliary to Post No. 3063. VF'\\'. will inch at is pro. ’l‘lirirsdlly. August 1. in Salm- ou Buy Eagles hall. 5216 20H] Aw. .\'.\\’. Refreshments will be N‘l'vwl after the meeting iii the post home. 2812 N.\\'. Market St. Seattle. will host the. Veterans of Foreign \Ytll‘S national convcri~ tion August ‘7" 30. Hospital visits will be uimlo August 24. Bust-s will lt'lth‘ lhc Bi’lljuilllli Franklin Hotel. 5111 Hilil Virginia, at 1 pm. Mrs. W. l‘. Scllucl‘t‘cr, l)o1‘r.lrtinl-llt of \Vasliingioii-li 0 5 pi i til clluillrinli. Will lN‘ lll‘i‘St‘lll to help Show littl- coins and illeinlwrs around lhc \‘r-i- t'l"|ll.\‘ Atllllilllsll‘éliloll Hospital. From there. 1110 visitors will go to Fil‘m‘osl School. (To-chairmen Mrs. La \‘eia Morris and Mrs. Earl Daily will help with a short pl'o~ gram and .rccopiion. A tour of the school and hospital will br- mode. National Presilh'lll. Elfi'il‘ila 'l‘icc and her officers will be present. ’~'” FLASH A loll‘g‘l‘fllll from Detroit rc- m-lvml at pro-sh tiniv. advises that Mike L. Burns. ill. Scintill- l'nclt‘lc ('ollogo sophomore luvs won it fillitiil scholarship in “N‘ lintioiui-I finals of the 1963 Fish— H” Body (‘ruftsmau‘s Guild Mo- llt‘l (‘nr (‘onim-tl-iiou. Mike. is one of It .young' coutcstuuls from all over America to will u styling scholarship award. The young designer is the soil of Mr. and Mrs. (‘luudu 1.. Burns, (H9 N. (ilst St, and is a grillin- alto ol' Lincoln High School. ~iAWLE, Insane.ch A 2216 N. w. 56th‘Slreoi DWIGHT s. HAWL'EY Svulllw — lurlll‘ "‘1‘ '0 ’Se-alair Begins With Serving of Famed Fish \\'lr;li could lti‘ more appropriate than fish on Friday in gel. the lilllr llllllllill Smith! Sv-ul‘uir off to an auspicious slur! 'l‘lic I'ilsl lli’ulllirl Ballard Nordic. Nights till-l- lllllilulliult llSllt‘l‘S in tho loll-day iiiulsllllluicr madness with :l lr‘riuluy duy :lllll night pro- gram starting with lhc l'anlcd hali— llill lirli'lll‘t‘lll‘ Silul'llry lik’llill‘t‘ l‘lOOIl :llltl ending with dancing in the sir-vols uirlil tllr‘ \we small hours 0i' ll)" umruillc. llvpvlidiiig. in some r‘Xlr‘lll. nil llll‘ siuriliiul. ot‘ the liloliu'limls liirlsii'ul “Alujr-slit‘fi." in ltl'l\\'i‘r‘ll lhl-l-u‘ll be music by Ray \\';lll\’lll.~i' liltllll Hi“ L’Ii pieces: 3. kirlr‘lrr- lhll‘élllr‘ with suitable prizes for \':tl'l”ll.\‘ l';lll‘.‘_’.i)l'll‘.\' rand free im- ('t'vlllll for the tools-ore partici— pants. RIC—lug by llll‘ inimilable Slull ’iill'l‘Sl‘l'iI lulln dancing by Nancy Jackson. Rusonionne Cas— pru. Susan lFrr-y. Sully Tralness, .Il'lrlll 'l‘ullmi and Karen Vlt‘l‘ling‘: .ll-curdil'ln duct by the Heino sis- ioi‘s; lap dancing by Billie Jean Sullivan and tor-pis<.-lior'ml.n pranc- ing by 'l‘crry Midkil'f, Rebecca. Hrlrl is. Nancy Chapman and Becky Ryrirlak all this in the afternoon. in the evening l, h e mil-ling jcrowds will be r‘nti‘rizlineri by the Ballard giro club.- alléL-m'dilin band. l‘iXl'llilllgP (Tlirii. trio. Dr. Lee Bal— ' bird‘s barbershop quartet, Sgt. Jor- gclismi and his harmonious har- lllnuiru. :l Nordic band and the till-voice Nlrl'\\'l‘;_’ltlii Mule Chorus (lll‘i'I.‘lt‘tl b.\' Prof. \Vr-l'ircr. / This will br- followed by The dancing in tho s1 roots. while street liziwkvrs ll;t\\'l{ and imolh bar'kei's . bark. r‘l-ce spviinllllllo dollars will be :‘lu‘urdnd from time to time throughout llll' afternoon and eve— ning- girls of Ballard incl-chants. And that's will." ‘hn beginning! "Miss Hurduhl” will be on exhibi- tion Saturday. 'l‘hcre‘ll be l‘llUl'E l’l'co dollars. rillll'o street dancing. more lluu'kiu; :liiri barking. “Miss Exidc" Was sclrmllilml for an ap- pearance. too. lull unfortunately she will not be available as she found a Wuloi)’ gravi- Sunday at C‘liollr' ll‘.~\lolil‘.\. . Bu‘lui'ii activities will be Clif- 1:lilod Sunday in dcfcrcnce‘ lo the Scandinavian Music Festival and (rillt'r' Sout'uir attractions at Seattle Civic C(‘llivl‘. trill Monday is an- Hilit‘l' day ill Ballard, as is Tues— day. which culminates with the Spfl‘ilellllli‘ night parade which Coiiiiilodorc-s Kori Iriksson .and Joe. Price and ilrcir'perspil‘ing‘ as- sistants prori'lisc will be the finest. lpulurlo in all Sl‘ttillt‘. '-—-— BUY BALLARD— ‘C.C.1Lunche0nTo-pic “Boeing Today .rmd Tomorrow" is the subject of a talk to be given by Fred J. Le Penske. Community chllitioiis Representative of the Boeing. (‘orupany at next Mondayls luncheon meeting of the. Ballard l(.iulllllli‘l‘('iill ('llllriii l‘lark's \Vind- jaliiliior. "in view of the importance of «Hm-iii}: to the economy of the en- tire Northwest." said Fred Jen— lli‘l'. club president. "I predict that the attendance will be well above our ilsilil] turn-out." LePenslm’s talk will be augmen- r ted by tho showing of ii color film and a display of flip charts. fol- lowed by :l. qtlostinn and answer [)i‘l‘liul. lsirsincssrricn who have been in- frequent alll-ndzlnts :il. (.loiirmercial (‘lub llllli'lll'nlls but who wish to hike advantage of this opportunity to learn mori- oi’ Boeing's effect ,oii illoil‘ own business. are. re— (llli-sloil to make reservations with Mrs. ..lolinr‘c Lagerquist in ad— vllnm of Holidays l'lteeting‘."I‘lie club sm’roiiliy‘s toll-phone number is 81’. 1-3270. . ~— BUY BALLARD-— Beef & Bun Repeats ‘Two-Bit' Coupon Offer l'ilsmvllcl‘i‘ in this week's Ballard News. lovors of “real Southern" fried chicken will find. a. repeat of the coupon good for 25c. at Fred and. Les Huggilrd‘s Beef and Bun ill-iviuin. The initial similar offer a. few \\'(‘(‘l(S ago proved so popular that; the recently osiublisllcd father-son mulliiriatiun decided that its repe- tition would be a. fitting comple- ment to lfiuliard's Nordic Nights wicbralion. \\'lll.‘ll wives and moth— .wl's will not want. to be bothered with kill-lion duties. 'l‘lluso.i \\'llu tinti'l like chicken are requested to try the coliibinaiion or 1'3. lillrvcrirment inspected beef .allid t’l-i-sli l..aiigelidort‘ buns, allard [lopail‘ Specialist. 3 aoaMcl-ARLAN: Serving lullurd Since 1945 58l6 24th N.W. SU. 34020 SUnsol 2.6300 n. s. (Bud) HAWLEY, in "Everytbing In Insurance” "Boeing lmpa‘ctilexl- .» M rr-—~ l y at ll Alt/ll