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JuIy 31, 1963 present tape recorded of all hydroplane time half-hour programs 5:30 each afternoon wrap-up of the at 11:30 in the eve- achrough Friday. August 10, the last trials, KING-TV wilt e coverage as the hydro- Onto the lake. The Sea- Race drivers' meeting twill be aeelevised from 5 Enlistment Requirements [School For Gifted Of Vision and Hearing J rh;IA Eased By Coast Guard u,ym,Lcu ! Evergreen School f o r Gifted The uoast Guara nas easea vz- Children, Inc is accepting regis- sion and hearing requirements on ~rations for the fall term for kin- original enlistments, according to dergarten through fourth grades. ~;~ o~;~ ~ro~.;~,o ~+~ ~r lnquzrles zor zizcn ~nrougn ei ntn ~ g raoe are aceepteu I:o oe~ermme u ~arK, ozncer in cnarge oz tne need The age for admission is S e a t t 1 e Coast Guard recruiting flexible, being based on intellectual Lodge No. 31 following a brief recruit training period. August 2 Chief Bark invited young men between the ages of 17 and 25 to visit his office in Room 236 of the No. 31, Sons U.S. Court House, 1010 5th Ave at 8 p.m. Fri- to learn for themselves just what 2, at Nordic the Coast Guard has to offer. office. Chief Bark stated that Coast Guard recruiters now can enlist men with 20/100 or better uncor- rected vision in each eye. How- ever, he said this must be correct- ible ~o 20/30 in one eye and 20/40 in the other. There are many opportunities for young men in the Coast Guard, Bark noted. Recruiting rolls are slack, and there is no waiting list Service schools are in need of ap- plicants, so qualified enlistees, should have no trouble gaining the technical schooT, of their choice, potential, maturity and ~he child's ability to meet the school's aca- demic demands. Children are grouped according to ability, rather than chrono- logical age. Enrichment and accel- eration throughou~ the program keeps the child interested and chal- lenged. Each child's individual po- tential is stressed, as opposed to his achievement in competition with his classmates. The curriculum is enriched in all subjects and also in Che addition of French, field trips, guest speak- ers and special projects. With the advantage of small classes, chil- dren can learn at their own rate with much individual attention. The school is renting space a~ Bethel Lutheran Church of Shore- line, E. 175th and 8th N.E. For in- quiries and applications, write Evergreen School for Gifted Chil- dren, Inc I622 N. 202 Place, Se- attle 33, or call Li. 2-8660 or Li. 2-8282. 'i No Need to be Disappointed Come in or Call: K. ALLAN i ~ PERSONALIZED DENTURE SERVICE" !, ,Specializing in Extractions, Dentures, Relines and Repairs CREDIT GLADLY! Park Free at Bank of Cal. Garage Across Street Your Bus Stops at Our Door ;t Ave. (Ground Floor) MA. 4-2112 Fortson-Thygesen Aux. Meet Thursday, Aug. 8 Fortson-Thygesen Auxiliary No. 2, USWV, will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday, August 8, in the Vet- erans' Annex at the Seattle Cen- ter. A coffee hour will precede the business session. I % DIffERENCE IS NOT PEANUTS ! between 31/2% and 5% interest actually is im- to the clear thinking individual. With a ,Security ACcount your money earns~]ull iJve percent compound- Clrpold quarterly. It earns frorn the day your account is opened, If Plcxed with us before the 10th, earns full interest as of the 1st. may be opened with as little as $I or as much as $25,000, may add to it, in any amount, whenever you see fit. For interest-paying periods we have paid the highest re- your money consistent with sound business management. are in excess of $4,500,000.00. ON|oTIWI IIRTIIIIMi AOIIIUITI II Alpha Belle Camp Royal Neighbors Will Meet Aug. 14 Alpha Bel~e Camp, Royal Neigh- bors of A m e r i c a, will meet Wednesday, Augus~ 14, for an 11:30 a.m. luncheon and business session in the Ballard IOOF Hall, 1706 N.W. Market St. Those who attend should take a sandwich. allard Trailer Club Hold Outing August 3 and 4 The Ballard Trailer Club will hold a weekend outing August 3-4 at Black Lake. Beatty Gallaugher will be wagonmaster for the trip and may be contacted at SU. 2- 0164 for further information. The club will travel to Morton August 17-18 for the Loggers' Jubilee. For further particulars, members should call F. J. McGrail, wagonmaster for the outing, at ME. 2-1085. Roy M. Jennings Airman First Class Roy :M. Jen- nings, son of Mrs. R. J. Jenntngs, 6512 6th Ave. l~.W has gradu- ated from an eight-week language course conducted by the First Air C o m m a n d o Wing at Hurlburt Field, Florida. Airman Jenning~ an Air Force air armament mechanic With the commandos, was one of 25 stu- dents who g a i n e d a working knowledge of French in order to instruct aircrews in allied coun- tries. He is a graduate of Everett Junior CoUege. Robert A. Crane Robert A. Crane, airman appren- tice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crane, 3048 N.W. *70th St recently reported for du~y on Mid- way Island as a member of Air- borne Early W a r n i n g Barrier Squadron Pacific, Midway Detach- ment. The squadron maintains a constant patrol in the Western Pacific, insuring the safety of the free world by its vigilance over the Far Eas~. COUPON C ol !R INCLUDES FRENCH FRIES -- ALABAMA RECIPE FRIED TO ORDER I've introduced' chicken -- the reception by the Ballard people is terrific --- We ~re running this special for a selfish reason ~ we know you will like it and come We have other foods besides Fried Chicken. Our IBurger businesslJs increasing day too. Our customers tell us that we have the best burgers in town. BYUSING ONLYU.S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED BEEF AND FRESH LANGENDORF BUNS FRED ':i ',i Corner of NeW, 65th St. and 15th Ave. N.W. yo~ order ready when you get here, just phonein ahead, ,:CallLSU 4-2030 THE BALL RD NEWS .- SUn e 3-0400 ThreS DISPLAY O .Z w TV Featuring Space Age Sealed Circuitry I More to See Ever Be The BELLINI Mark 9 ~ rics 14-G.74.M AT ~ z *L -, b 5511 OF COLOR' NOW IN DANISH I ]ODERN FLORENTINE WALNUT EARLY AMERICAN Don't miss the fabulous new' c iok programs beginning this fa!! PICK OUT YOUR SET NOW 5 In lit Nrlll n n SERVING BAI, LAlU) FOI| OVEI| 5,1 YEARS INCORPORATED Ave. NeW. SUe 3-1234 HOURS: Monday through Friday 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday 9 to 7' Sunday 11 A.M. P.M. USDA GRADE CHOICE TENDER Free recipes for Wes- tern Style C h a r c o a I BLADE Grilled Chuck Roasts CUTS I II I I "MAIL IN BOWL OFFER" FOR GIANT Pkg. c" I PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs Fri Sat August 1, 2, and 3. We reserve the right to limit. 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