Kirkland and Eastside Time Line  
  Compiled By Dale Hawkinson from the East Side Journal Newspaper Index by Alan Stein  
 
 
ESJ Issue Date Description Page#
January 6, 1966 GALLERY PATRONS (PHOTO) PX-4
January 6, 1966 PONCHO AWARDS GALLERY PX-4
January 6, 1966 MRS MCEVOY CELEBRATES 100TH YEAR (MCEVOY, BRIDGET) 8
January 6, 1966 STUDENTS REMEMBER THEIR TEACHER OF 60 YEARS AGO (YOUNG, PHEBE L) 8
January 6, 1966 DUAL CELEBRATION AWAITS FIRST BABY (GALVEZ, NIKOLAI) 1
January 6, 1966 SCHOOL BUILDING NEEDS EXCEED FUNDS, BOARD TOLD 1
January 6, 1966 1ST EAST SIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OPENS 12
January 6, 1966 BOG BOOM 'SHAKES UP' AREA MONDAY (SONIC BOOM) 1
January 6, 1966 BELLEVUE ACCIDENT TAKES LIFE OF SEATTLE MAN (TUCK, LEE SAM) 6
January 6, 1966 BANQUET TO LAUNCH CHAMBER YEAR 1
January 6, 1966 C OF C OFFICERS, NEW BOARD NAMED 1
January 6, 1966 DIMES MAILERS ASKED 16
January 6, 1966 LAKEFRONT ZONING HITS STORMY SEAS; LAWYER DOUBTS LEGALITY 1
January 6, 1966 SCHOOL BUILDING NEEDS EXCEED FUNDS, BOARD TOLD 1
January 6, 1966 LW PARENTS CONCERNED BY PUPIL SHIFTS 10
January 6, 1966 COLLEGE GROUP PROPOSES BYLAWS 12
January 6, 1966 1ST EAST SIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OPENS 12
January 6, 1966 SHIRLEY ANN RITCHEY, IVAN WILLIAM BUCHOLZ JR 8
January 6, 1966 PACT SOUGHT FOR BLAZES AT PAR-MAC 1
January 6, 1966 COUNCIL: LUCAS SWORN IN (LUCAS, ALLEN) 1
January 6, 1966 CITY GETS 'FLOOD' CLAIM 2
January 6, 1966 OVERLAKE CO LOW BIDDER ON CITY OIL 10
January 6, 1966 HOUGHTON, COUNTY TO MEET ON PARK (AERIAL PHOTO) 10
January 6, 1966 OWNERS TO KEEP GOLF COURSE GOING 1
January 6, 1966 SHIPWRECK AT KIRKLAND (PHOTO OF KIDS AND TOY BOATS) 15
January 6, 1966 LAKEFRONT ZONING HITS STORMY SEAS; LAWYER DOUBTS LEGALITY 1
January 6, 1966 KENMORE COURTHOUSE TO SERVE EAST SIDE 2
January 6, 1966 2 THEFTS, RABBIT-KILL REPORTED 2
January 6, 1966 KIRKLAND ADOPTS SHOPLIFT ORDINANCE 12
January 6, 1966 OPENING DELAYED (PHOTO OF LIBRARY) 6
January 6, 1966 FERGUSON, GERTRUDE 4
January 6, 1966 STRYKER, BERTHA 9
January 6, 1966 WESTERMAN, MARY 11
January 6, 1966 SHARDLEMAN, HENRY E 12
January 6, 1966 JOHANNESEN, WILHELMINA 15
January 6, 1966 LAKE WASHINGTON GUILD FORMS FOR MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 8
January 6, 1966 OWNERS TO KEEP GOLF COURSE GOING 1
January 6, 1966 HOUGHTON, COUNTY TO MEET ON PARK (AERIAL PHOTO) 10
January 6, 1966 CONTROVERSY INVOLVES MORE THAN TYPE OF TRANSPORTATION 3
January 6, 1966 STATE AIMS AT 4 LANES TO RENTON 1
January 6, 1966 HOW TO JOIN A SEWER DISTRICT 2
January 6, 1966 TELEPHONE COMPANY ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS (HOFSTRAND, D / SMITH, G) 3
January 6, 1966 METRO NEARING END OF EAST SIDE SEWER TRUNK INTO KIRKLAND (PHOTO) 11
January 13, 1966 COMMERCIAL ART DISPLAY NEXT AT CELLAR GALLERY 9
January 13, 1966 PENNEY CO CLERK STOPS VEHICLE FIRE (HOWLETT, CHUCK) 1
January 13, 1966 GRIDDER SET FOR TRY AT GOLDEN GLOVES (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
January 13, 1966 KIRKLAND BUILDING INCREASES IN '65; HOUGHTON $427,668 1
January 13, 1966 NEW OFFICE BUILDING PLANNED ON MARKET 1
January 13, 1966 DOWNTOWN BOATER - NOT IN LAKE (PHOTO INSIDE LAKESIDE CLEANERS) 10
January 13, 1966 JUANITA SCHOOL CHILDREN SAVE PLAYGROUND TREES PX-4
January 13, 1966 NORTHWEST COLLEGE TO DEDICATE CHAPEL (PHOTO) 12
January 13, 1966 NORTHWEST COLLEGE TO DEDICATE CHAPEL (PHOTO) 12
January 13, 1966 HEARING POSTPONED ON DRUMM PROPERTY 1
January 13, 1966 BUSINESSES UP IN 1965 1
January 13, 1966 BACK PORCH LEFT HANGING IN EARTHSLIP (PHOTO OF HOME OF SULLIVAN, ORAS) 1
January 13, 1966 CHAMBER EVENT DRAWS CROWD (PHOTO) 2
January 13, 1966 JUANITA SCHOOL CHILDREN SAVE PLAYGROUND TREES PX-4
January 13, 1966 JUANITA SCHOOL CHILDREN SAVE PLAYGROUND TREES PX-4
January 13, 1966 HEARINGS ON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICTS DUE MONDAY 7
January 13, 1966 BARBARA MOORE, THOMAS TOUSSAINT 8
January 13, 1966 JUANITA SCHOOL CHILDREN SAVE PLAYGROUND TREES PX-4
January 13, 1966 RESIGNED FIREMEN PAY HELD 1
January 13, 1966 HOUGHTON, KIRKLAND SUPPORT SALES TAX INITIATIVE 3
January 13, 1966 CITY TRUCKS TO BE WHITE 1
January 13, 1966 RESIGNED FIREMEN PAY HELD 1
January 13, 1966 HOUGHTON APPROVES L.I.D. 4 ASSESSMENTS 2
January 13, 1966 SUSPECT IN NARCOTICS BURGLARY ARRESTED 1
January 13, 1966 1 ARRESTED IN HIT-RUN ACCIDENT 1
January 13, 1966 MAN, WIFE TRIED (SPIERS, MR AND MRS JACK) 2
January 13, 1966 ROWLAND, JAMES 3
January 13, 1966 PETERSON, JOHN 6
January 13, 1966 O'BRIEN, FLORENCE 6
January 13, 1966 KIWANIS OFFICERS INSTALLED 18
January 13, 1966 GRIDDER SET FOR TRY AT GOLDEN GLOVES (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
January 13, 1966 LOW-FLYING JET RESULTS IN CONCERN 1
January 13, 1966 CITY TO DISCUSS NE SEWERS 1
January 13, 1966 HOW TO GET SEWERS FOR YOUR STREET 6
January 13, 1966 TELEPHONE REQUEST WAITS 6
January 13, 1966 LINDA SESSIONS, DAVID  NIKULA 8
January 13, 1966 KAREN EWING, LARRY J MARTIN 8
January 13, 1966 MERRILY JOHNSON, ROBERT ALLEN STEWART 8
January 13, 1966 SANDRA LEE CLARK, DONALD SEFEROVICH 8
January 20, 1966 MOTHER OF 5 WINS HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA (MERRIFIELD, JEANNIE) PX-4
January 20, 1966 TEACHER TO MODERATE NY PANEL (WHITE, VIRGINIA) 3
January 20, 1966 NURSE RECEIVES GREETINGS FROM NEW GUINEA HOSPITAL (MURRAY, MRS ED) 8
January 20, 1966 ARTIST CAPTURES PUGET SOUND HISTORY (JACKSON, HEWITT) 10
January 20, 1966 WOLFROM TO RECEIVE TOP AWARD (WOLFROM, DAN) 10
January 20, 1966 ACTING FAMILY SHARES IN PLAY (KRUMM) 11
January 20, 1966 HOMEMAKER NAMED (DICKISON, DONNA) 15
January 20, 1966 LW REGENTS PUT OFF ACTION ON RHS STADIUM 1
January 20, 1966 KJH ALTERATION BID AT &77,312 3
January 20, 1966 CORROSION IS RIDDLING CENTER PIPES 1
January 20, 1966 CHURCH OF CHRIST BUYS PROPERTY FOR NEW BUILDING 12
January 20, 1966 LONG-TIME FIRM, TREMAINE'S, SOLD 1
January 20, 1966 ALASKA TOURS FIRM OPENS IN KIRKLAND 10
January 20, 1966 CHAMBER LAUNCHES MEMBERSHIP DRIVE 1
January 20, 1966 ADULT EDUCATION OFFERS NEW COURSES PX-4
January 20, 1966 'WE HAVE NO CONTROL', SKI BUSES ARE CRITICIZED 1
January 20, 1966 SUSAN PERISHO, J WINSLOW 8
January 20, 1966 CAROL GARDINER, JOHN HORLACHER 9
January 20, 1966 GOVERNOR TO SPEAK IN AREA 1
January 20, 1966 HEARINGS TO START ON HOUGHTON PLAN 1
January 20, 1966 SEA SCOUT WATCH NETS 4 SUSPECTS IN GAS THEFTS 1
January 20, 1966 ARREST CLEARS $28000 FORGERY CASE HERE 6
January 20, 1966 WOMAN SHOT WITH REVOLVER AT LOCAL OFFICE (PRICE, LOUISE) 10
January 20, 1966 HORSLEY, WILLIAM H 12
January 20, 1966 FARRAR, GUY 12
January 20, 1966 ALLISON, HIRAM 12
January 20, 1966 PUTT, ANNA CATHRYN 12
January 20, 1966 POTTER, CLARA 12
January 20, 1966 CAMP FIRE GIRLS HOLD REUNION 7
January 20, 1966 JC'S TO ANNOUNCE YEARS DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN TONIGHT 3
January 20, 1966 POST OFFICE FRIENDLY TO KINGSGATE NEWCOMERS 2
January 20, 1966 LAKE WASHINGTON SADDLE CLUB WINS TOP STATE AWARDS FOR YEAR 5
January 20, 1966 STUDY FAVORS MORE FREEWAYS 2
January 20, 1966 TRAFFIC, PUBLIC SNARLS CAUSED BY NEW SIGNAL 1
January 20, 1966 SEWER SYSTEM SURVEY STUDIED 10
January 20, 1966 EILEEN WILSON, RICHARD ENGELSTAD 8
January 20, 1966 GEORGIA STOCK, NORMAN WATTAM 8
January 20, 1966 HELEN ROGERS, DAVID REZNICK 8
January 20, 1966 SHEILA MORRISON, DAVID POLLETT 8
January 20, 1966 NANCY ELLEN GRAVES, MILTON C GUSTAFSON 8
January 27, 1966 COUPLE WED 25 YEARS HONORED (EILER, MRS AND MRS A J (TONY)) 8
January 27, 1966 LOCAL SON TO STUDY IN BRITAIN (BRIMACOMBE, JAMES K) 2
January 27, 1966 COUSIN FROM NORWAY PLANS TO LIVE HERE (EVENSEN, BJORG) 8
January 27, 1966 WIRY PROBLEM SOLVED BY LOCAL LAB; DAN KNISELY DESIGNS AUTOMATED JIG 12
January 27, 1966 SHIP CAPTAIN ANSWERS CALL TO SEA AT EARLY AGE (HOUGH, ROY N) 13
January 27, 1966 LW TEACHER ON TELEVISION (FLENNAUGH, BERNICE) 17
January 27, 1966 DEDICATION PLANNED FOR SCHOOL (LW SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER) 1
January 27, 1966 FINN HILL JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SUGGESTED AS POSSIBILITY 6
January 27, 1966 CHANGES IN CITY HALL REVIEWED 6
January 27, 1966 PETITIONERS FOR APARTMENTS OFFER TO CONSTRUCT STREET 1
January 27, 1966 CHAMBER MEMBERS AT 50% 1
January 27, 1966 MOTHERS TO MARCH FOR DIMES WEDNESDAY 8
January 27, 1966 EXPANSION TO INCREASE LW NEEDS 1
January 27, 1966 RETIRING AS WSSDA HEAD, TUTTLE SPEAKS ON ISSUES (TUTTLE, HIRAM) 3
January 27, 1966 EXCHANGE STUDENT (PHOTO OF SCHMIDT, BURKHARDT) 3
January 27, 1966 LWHS EXPANDING PHYSICAL CONDITION CLASSES TO LWHS 5
January 27, 1966 BCC PREXY NAMED (LANDERHOLM, MERLE E) 6
January 27, 1966 BOOKLET MAY CAUSE RJHS TYPE CLASSROOMS ALL OVER 6
January 27, 1966 DOROTHY HART, WARD CLARKE JR 8
January 27, 1966 HOUGHTON FIREMEN PROUD OF CITY'S NEW EMERGENCY VEHICLE (PHOTO) 10
January 27, 1966 SCOTT WALLACE PROPOSES COUNTY-WIDE CONFERENCE 2
January 27, 1966 HOUGHTON FIREMEN PROUD OF CITY'S NEW EMERGENCY VEHICLE (PHOTO) 10
January 27, 1966 PETITIONERS FOR APARTMENTS OFFER TO CONSTRUCT STREET 1
January 27, 1966 HOUGHTON OKAYS PHONE COMPANY CONSTRUCTION 6
January 27, 1966 HOUGHTON FIREMEN PROUD OF CITY'S NEW EMERGENCY VEHICLE (PHOTO) 10
January 27, 1966 WIRY PROBLEM SOLVED BY LOCAL LAB; DAN KNISELY DESIGNS AUTOMATED JIG 12
January 27, 1966 GOLF COURSE OWNERS SEEK MORE JUANITA BAY PROPERTY 1
January 27, 1966 MOTHER, 68, DAUGHTER, 50, FOUND GUILTY 1
January 27, 1966 $400 CAMERA REPORTED STOLEN 2
January 27, 1966 REDMOND MISSILE SITE'S HQ WILL SWITCH 12
January 27, 1966 CATHCART, EVA MAY 1
January 27, 1966 HOLT, JOSEPH M 2
January 27, 1966 ARTHUR, JAMES 2
January 27, 1966 SELINE, OLLE 3
January 27, 1966 KEARNS, GUY P 6
January 27, 1966 VIELE, MRS JOHN 8
January 27, 1966 DINCOV, BORIS 14
January 27, 1966 ADAIR, ESTELLE 14
January 27, 1966 TWAIN CUBS RACE IN 'SPACE' (MODEL ROCKETS) 1
January 27, 1966 JC'S HONOR GARDNER; PLAN JUANITA CHAPTER (GARDNER, BOB) 1
January 27, 1966 POST OFFICE GROWS ALONG WITH AREA 10
January 27, 1966 BROKERS NAME GARDNER (GARDNER, BOB T) 1
January 27, 1966 LOCAL LITTLE LEAGUE EXPANDS 4
January 27, 1966 GOLF COURSE OWNERS SEEK MORE JUANITA BAY PROPERTY 1
January 27, 1966 PETITIONERS FOR APARTMENTS OFFER TO CONSTRUCT STREET 1
January 27, 1966 SOME TRAFFIC CONTROLS OBVIOUS (LETTER) 2
January 27, 1966 GAS CO PRESIDENT NOTES AREA EXPANSION 2
January 27, 1966 HOUGHTON OKAYS PHONE COMPANY CONSTRUCTION 6
February 3, 1966 ANOTHER EX-KANG TO FIGHT IN GOLDEN GLOVES (THOMSEN, GAIL) 4
February 3, 1966 R NELSON HURT SKIING (NELSON, RODNEY) 6
February 3, 1966 RETRIEVER RETRIEVES BEFORE BOY BAGS BIRD (FOWLER) 6
February 3, 1966 SCHOOL TRAIL TRIGGERS 'BORDER WAR' (PRIMEAU) 1
February 3, 1966 MOMENTUM BUILDS FOR REDMOND STATE COLLEGE 1
February 3, 1966 SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER DEDICATED 12
February 3, 1966 FOOD LANE MARKS 10 YEARS 11
February 3, 1966 PRIMEAU SON HURT (PRIMEAU, CHARLES) 1
February 3, 1966 PEDESTRIAN, NEARLY HIT BY AUTO, AIDS SHOOK-UP DRIVER 1
February 3, 1966 BIKE FLIP KNOCKS GIRL OUT (JUNDT, KATHY) 3
February 3, 1966 VARIANCE REQUESTED ON 132ND 16
February 3, 1966 8 NAMED TO NEW PE COMMITTEE 2
February 3, 1966 EVANS SEES EDUCATION AS TOP MONEY PROJECT 3
February 3, 1966 ZEALANDER TO ATTEND RHS UNTIL SUMMER (DECEMBER) (KYDD, DAVID) 11
February 3, 1966 FRANCES DANIELSON, GERALD HILL 10
February 3, 1966 HUNT ON FOR MISS KIRKLAND 2
February 3, 1966 TWO FASHION EVENTS PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND 10
February 3, 1966 PAPER BOY SPOTS BLAZE 3
February 3, 1966 AGREEMENT WORKED OUT FOR FIRE PROTECTION 3
February 3, 1966 NEW DISTRICT 41 NUMBER: VA 2-1261 5
February 3, 1966 EVANS SEES EDUCATION AS TOP MONEY PROJECT 3
February 3, 1966 FLANAGAN RETIRES AS TREASURER (FLANAGAN, BRUCE) 6
February 3, 1966 'FRONTIER GARDENS' IS WATERFRONT SUGGESTION 2
February 3, 1966 FUGITIVE ARRESTED IN STATE ST AREA 3
February 3, 1966 BB PELLET DAMAGE LISTED 6
February 3, 1966 INGLEWOOD SHELL STATION BURGLARIZED 6
February 3, 1966 COURTHOUSE BRANCHES NOW OPEN 9
February 3, 1966 WITHOUT MORE USE, HOSPITAL 'DOOMED' 1
February 3, 1966 LOCAL MARINE SERVING IN VIETNAM (FLEXER, JAMES D) 11
February 3, 1966 JUTILA, TILDA MARIA 2
February 3, 1966 HORISH, MARY ANNE 5
February 3, 1966 JACKSON, MARGARET M 5
February 3, 1966 GRIFFITHS, GORDON 5
February 3, 1966 GRAY, JAMES 12
February 3, 1966 ROSS, HOMER W 12
February 3, 1966 HELL'S ANGELS SAID SEEN IN KIRKLAND 2
February 3, 1966 MOTORCYCLE CLUB, LOCATING HERE, HOLDS ROAD ENDURO 4
February 3, 1966 HELPING ANOTHER REWARD OF WW CALL (WELCOME WAGON) 12
February 3, 1966 TWO SCOUTS TO RECEIVE POPE PIUS XII AWARD 11
February 3, 1966 KIRKLAND BPW HONORS MEMBERS WITH AWARD 12
February 3, 1966 NEW JUANITAN TO FILE AS DEMOCRAT IN FIRST (TELQUIST, FRANK) 1
February 3, 1966 ANOTHER EX-KANG TO FIGHT IN GOLDEN GLOVES (THOMSEN, GAIL) 4
February 3, 1966 TWO SCOUTS TO RECEIVE POPE PIUS XII AWARD 11
February 3, 1966 MISSIONARY TO PAKISTAN IS SPEAKER (FIRST BAPTIST) 12
February 3, 1966 FREIGHT-RATE DRIVE BOOSTED 1
February 3, 1966 OCTOBER HEARING SEEN ON 405 HERE 1
February 3, 1966 METRO CONTRACT WON'T DETER WILDWOOD SEWERS 1
February 3, 1966 PUGET EXPANDS BUDGET 8
February 3, 1966 WEST COAST PHONE DOUBLES DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION BUDGET 11
February 10, 1966 LW HIGH SCHOOL ARTIST HAS SHOW (ALEXANDER, LORI) PX-4
February 10, 1966 AREA HAS 5 MUSICIANS WITH SEATTLE SYMPHONY 6
February 10, 1966 HE, AT 82, IS 'LIKE CAT' (HAWKINS, JOHN) 1
February 10, 1966 TELECAST FEATURE'S JEWELL'S FILM, TRIP 1
February 10, 1966 LW SENIOR HAS POETRY PUBLISHED (RUTHERFORD, KERRY) 2
February 10, 1966 NO ONE COULD EQUAL HER, SAID OF PIONEER (CATHCART, EVA) 9
February 10, 1966 CORROSION PROBLEM STUDIES APPROVED 3
February 10, 1966 JUANITA DR HOME  WINS PLYWOOD AWARD (12811 HOLIDAY DR ) 10
February 10, 1966 AUTO AGENCY CLOSES AFTER 24 YEARS (WILLS SCHMITT) 1
February 10, 1966 BEAUTY SALONS SALUTE 'BEAUTY IN WOMEN' 12
February 10, 1966 MOTHERS COLLECT $1766 LOCALLY IN DIMES MARCH PX-4
February 10, 1966 MRS WATSON TO GUIDE READING PROJECT HERE (WATSON, ANITA) 1
February 10, 1966 LWEA REQUESTS STUDY, ASKS HIGHER PROJECT PAY 3
February 10, 1966 CARLOS SCOTT RECEIVES AWARD AT BANQUET 6
February 10, 1966 CITIZENRY EFFORT LAUNCHES KIRKLAND SUMMER ART FESTIVAL 1
February 10, 1966 ELIGIBLE GIRLS OF LWSD URGED TO ENTER PAGEANT 5
February 10, 1966 DIST 41 CALLS TOTAL 129 10
February 10, 1966 PLANNER APPROVED FOR CITY PROGRAM 1
February 10, 1966 CITIZENS TO SERVE ON BOARDS 1
February 10, 1966 COUNTY WON'T COMMIT ITSELF TO TRANSIT WITHOUT VOTE 2
February 10, 1966 CITIZENS TO PROMOTE WATERFRONT 1
February 10, 1966 LIBRARY LANDSCAPE APPROVED 10
February 10, 1966 ROTARY SPEAKER: U.S. MUST STAY IN VIET 1
February 10, 1966 KIRKLANDERS ON VIET NAM NAVY DUTY (KUNKA / MCCLINTICK) 10
February 10, 1966 STAUFFER, FREDRICK 6
February 10, 1966 BARR, MAHLON 6
February 10, 1966 NELSON, CHRIS 12
February 10, 1966 WENTZEL, DIANA 12
February 10, 1966 NYHUS, ALBERTINE 12
February 10, 1966 RYTHER FOUR AND TWENTY UNITS INVITED TO ORGANIZE 8
February 10, 1966 CAMP FIRE MINT SALE MEANS SUMMER CAMPING 8
February 10, 1966 1000 LOCAL BOYS MARK SCOUT WEEK 10
February 10, 1966 KINGCO WRESTLING TOURNEY HERE FRIDAY 4
February 10, 1966 COUNTY WON'T COMMIT ITSELF TO TRANSIT WITHOUT VOTE 2
February 10, 1966 ANDERSON BRIDGE: LOCAL FIRM TO END FACTORIA BOTTLENECK 1
February 10, 1966 PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON LAKE ST ORDERED 1
February 10, 1966 DUVALL TELEPHONE SERVICE POSSIBLE PX-4
February 17, 1966 AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL (PHOTO OF BUTTERA, JIM & 6-LB PARSNIP) 3
February 17, 1966 ART COMMISSION OFFERS ART WORK ON STORE SIGNS 1
February 17, 1966 KITEMAKER'S COLLECTION ON DISPLAY (CARNWATH, JAMES) 6
February 17, 1966 GIRL WINNER EXCITED PLAYING WITH SYMPHONY (REED, JESSICA) 8
February 17, 1966 GALLERY OPENS PUGET SOUND SHOW 8
February 17, 1966 RENEWS LICENSE AT 90 (PERRINE, CHARLES) 1
February 17, 1966 KITEMAKER'S COLLECTION ON DISPLAY (CARNWATH, JAMES) 6
February 17, 1966 GIRL WINNER EXCITED PLAYING WITH SYMPHONY (REED, JESSICA) 8
February 17, 1966 WOMAN, BOY BIRTHDAY TOGETHER (VILES, ANICE / WILTBANK, GRANT) 10
February 17, 1966 SCHOOL FOR BRIDLE TRAILS (SKETCH) 10
February 17, 1966 SCHOOL FOR BRIDLE TRAILS (SKETCH) 10
February 17, 1966 ADVENTISTS ANNOUNCE NEW CHURCH (DRAWING) 1
February 17, 1966 ART WORK IN CHURCH IMPRESSES (CONGREGATIONAL) 12
February 17, 1966 $450,000 LAKE APARTMENTS ASKED 1
February 17, 1966 APARTMENT ZONING DENIED 10
February 17, 1966 WALKING WOMAN, CAR HIT 1
February 17, 1966 CAR, BIKE HIT, INJURIES SAID MINOR 1
February 17, 1966 CHAMBER MEMBERS OVER '65 1
February 17, 1966 TWO ZONING AMENDMENTS ARE ASKED 3
February 17, 1966 APARTMENT ZONING DENIED 10
February 17, 1966 LINDSLEY APPOINTED (LINDSLEY, BOB) 1
February 17, 1966 2 NAMED AS MERIT FINALISTS (DIPRETE, ROBERT / BAKKE, JOHN) 1
February 17, 1966 LW JOINS COURT CASE (INTER-SCHOOL WRESTLING) 3
February 17, 1966 7 LW MUSIC STUDENTS CHOSEN FOR ALL STATE 9
February 17, 1966 KATHERINE WIESEN, BRUCE BAIN 8
February 17, 1966 VICKY SCHOENMAKER, STEPHEN BOWDISH 8
February 17, 1966 DIANNE SALTER, LEON KREIDER 8
February 17, 1966 LONE EAGLE EXCITING TO AREA BIRD WATCHERS 7
February 17, 1966 HOLY FAMILY FASHION SHOW CAPTURES MOOD OF SPRING 8
February 17, 1966 FIRE DIST 41 SEEKS HELP IN PROVIDING PROTECTION 10
February 17, 1966 CITY 'RAIDS' ISLAND CITY FOR WORKER (SPARKS, EDWARD) 1
February 17, 1966 J VAUX TO HELP GUIDE COORDINATING GROUP 5
February 17, 1966 KIRKLAND TB GROUP ORGANIZED 3
February 17, 1966 PUBLIC FACILITIES IN HOUGHTON PLAN DISCUSSED 3
February 17, 1966 METRO DESIGNS JUANITA TRUNK 1
February 17, 1966 $450,000 LAKE APARTMENTS ASKED 1
February 17, 1966 WATERFRONT PLAN OUT OF MOTHBALLS (LETTER FROM ART COMMISSION) 2
February 17, 1966 PRIMEAUS ASKED TO UNBLOCK TRAIL 1
February 17, 1966 LW JOINS COURT CASE (INTER-SCHOOL WRESTLING) 3
February 17, 1966 WAFER SELLERS PICKED UP TUES BY LOCAL POLICE 10
February 17, 1966 LOCAL WOMAN WILL BE CHARGED IN DEC FORGERY 10
February 17, 1966 LIBRARY BOARD TO EXPLORE CHANGE TO COUNTY BRANCH 1
February 17, 1966 CREATIVE DRAMATICS OFFERED AT LIBRARY 11
February 17, 1966 USN HONORS D V LEEN 5
February 17, 1966 STAUFFER, FREDRICK (CORRECTION) 2
February 17, 1966 BURKE, JOHN FRANCIS 2
February 17, 1966 ROE, LAURA MAE 11
February 17, 1966 EASTSIDE HANDICAPPERS MEMBERSHIPS SOUGHT 12
February 17, 1966 2 WIN EAGLE AWARDS (JOHNCOX, STEVE / DURAND, DONALD) PX-4
February 17, 1966 GIRL SCOUTER FOR 10 YEARS RECOGNIZED (SWIFT, MRS ARCHIE) 11
February 17, 1966 GUILD NAMES 'QUEEN OF HEARTS' (THURSTON, MRS S W) 8
February 17, 1966 P.O. JOB DEADLINE 10
February 17, 1966 LW JOINS COURT CASE (INTER-SCHOOL WRESTLING) 3
February 17, 1966 RACE FLAG AVAILABLE TO BOATERS 5
February 17, 1966 BRIDGE TOLL CUT REJECTED 1
February 17, 1966 WILDWOOD SEWERS READIED 1
February 17, 1966 METRO DESIGNS JUANITA TRUNK 1
February 17, 1966 PATRICIA REKLEV, HOWARD CHAUSSEE 8
February 24, 1966 NB OF C - GRAND OPENING 6
February 24, 1966 ART SHOW FEATURES CUMMINGS (CUMMINGS, BOB) 10
February 24, 1966 AT CELLAR GALLERY: WORK 'EVEN' IN PUGET SOUND SHOW 10
February 24, 1966 OPEN HOUSE AT NEW NB OF C HERE 1
February 24, 1966 SOME EMPLOYEES HAVE SEEN MANY CHANGES IN BANK (NB OF C) 6
February 24, 1966 YOUNG NEIGHBOR GOING PLACES IN BUSINESS WORLD (NOBLE, CONSTANCE) 8
February 24, 1966 LW TEACHER NAMED 'OUTSTANDING' IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (ROBERTS, LOIS E) 8
February 24, 1966 SILVER POODLE TOP IN OBEDIENCE TRIALS (PETERSON, MRS CLARENCE) 12
February 24, 1966 OPEN HOUSE AT NEW NB OF C HERE 1
February 24, 1966 PLANNING COMMISSION PROTESTS LAKE APARTMENT, COUNCIL DOESN'T 1
February 24, 1966 YOUNG NEIGHBOR GOING PLACES IN BUSINESS WORLD (NOBLE, CONSTANCE) 8
February 24, 1966 NEW FIRM TO SERVICE VW'S HERE 12
February 24, 1966 INVESTIGATORS HUNT FOR DERAILMENT CAUSE (PHOTOS) 1
February 24, 1966 MILEE WOODS LEAVES POST AT C OF C HERE 12
February 24, 1966 SEPTIC TANKS ON 7200-FOOT LOTS VETOED PX-4
February 24, 1966 3 SUBDIVISIONS, 684 LOTS, ASKED 1
February 24, 1966 PETITION FOR VACATION OF 1ST ST STRIP DENIED 2
February 24, 1966 LW JUNIOR TO TRAVEL TO NORWAY (MORGAN, GREG) 2
February 24, 1966 TUTTLE SPEAKS OUT ON SESSION 3
February 24, 1966 HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC STUDENTS RATE 'SUPERIOR' IN CONTEST 12
February 24, 1966 MERRILY MARSH, JOHN BERG 8
February 24, 1966 BONNIE MCDONALD, STEVEN TILLER 8
February 24, 1966 PAR-MAC 'JUNK' IS PROTESTED 1
February 24, 1966 HEAR YE, HEAR YE, HEAR YE (SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL) 3
February 24, 1966 5 RUN FOR MISS KIRKLAND 6
February 24, 1966 STATE CERTIFICATES AWARDED 16 KIRKLAND FIREFIGHTERS 6
February 24, 1966 YOUR VIEW SOUGHT ON TAX STRUCTURE 3
February 24, 1966 PLANNING COMMISSION PROTESTS LAKE APARTMENT, COUNCIL DOESN'T 1
February 24, 1966 CITY ADOPTS NEW BUILDING PERMIT FEES 6
February 24, 1966 NEW 7-MAN PARK BOARD ORGANIZES (PHOTO) 6
February 24, 1966 ALUMINUM COMPANY NOW HERE (CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS) 16
February 24, 1966 PLANNING COMMISSION PROTESTS LAKE APARTMENT, COUNCIL DOESN'T 1
February 24, 1966 EAGLES BURGLARY NETS $1200 1
February 24, 1966 EFFORTS CONTINUE ON TRAIL (PRIMEAU) 6
February 24, 1966 CLEAN-UP HAS BEGUN 6
February 24, 1966 SEAMAN IN VIETNAM (PARADIS, RANDOLPH) 3
February 24, 1966 WING, MATTIE 2
February 24, 1966 KOBYASHI, JITCHI (WALTER) 2
February 24, 1966 WIGREN, GEORGE 5
February 24, 1966 SULLIVAN, GRACE GERTRUDE 10
February 24, 1966 WOMAN'S BODY FOUND IN CAR (SCHILLAR, PAULINE) 12
February 24, 1966 YOUNG, PHEBE 15
February 24, 1966 WALGREN, KATHERINE MARY 15
February 24, 1966 SCHILLAR, PAULINE 15
February 24, 1966 LW SADDLE CLUB NAMES COMMITTEES PX-4
February 24, 1966 ADDRESS ONLY CHANGE FOR SOME NEWCOMERS (WELCOME WAGON) 10
February 24, 1966 FIRST-OF-KIND WRESTLING TOURNEY SET HERE 4
February 24, 1966 NEW 7-MAN PARK BOARD ORGANIZES (PHOTO) 6
February 24, 1966 EAST SIDE TRUCK RATE SITUATION 'INTOLERABLE' 6
February 24, 1966 INVESTIGATORS HUNT FOR DERAILMENT CAUSE (PHOTOS) 1
February 24, 1966 LELAND FEARS TRANSIT COULD DELAY 3RD SPAN 6
February 24, 1966 LAKE ST S CHANGES UNCERTAIN 6
February 24, 1966 WEST COAST INSTALLS 250,000TH PHONE PX-4
February 24, 1966 NE KIRKLAND AREA SEWERS MEET SET 1
February 24, 1966 CHERYL LEE GIFFORD, JOHN OPREA 8
February 24, 1966 KATHLEEN WARNER, JACK CASKEY JR 8
March 3, 1966 KIRKLAND GIRL VIOLINIST WITH SYMPHONY (HAYS, STEPHANIE) PX-4
March 3, 1966 PIES SCULPTURE NB PIECE (PIES, KENTON) 6
March 3, 1966 NEW BANK BUILDING ON VIEW (NB OF C) 6
March 3, 1966 RIBBON CUT FOR NEW BANK (PHOTO AT NB OF C) 6
March 3, 1966 KIRKLAND GIRL VIOLINIST WITH SYMPHONY (HAYS, STEPHANIE) PX-4
March 3, 1966 REDMONDER, 83, PICKETS LAW FIRM (MOORE, BERT) 1
March 3, 1966 EARNS WINGS (PHOTO OF MCEACHERN, SUSAN) 8
March 3, 1966 GRANDCHILDREN GIVE PARTY FOR C PERRINE, 90 (PERRINE, CHARLES) 8
March 3, 1966 FALK, DIORAMA SCHEDULED ON TV FRIDAY MORNING (FALK, MIKE) 10
March 3, 1966 NEW BANK BUILDING ON VIEW (NB OF C) 6
March 3, 1966 RIBBON CUT FOR NEW BANK (PHOTO AT NB OF C) 6
March 3, 1966 BELL SCHOOL BID CALL SLATED; KINGSGATE MULLED 11
March 3, 1966 COUNCIL'S WATERFRONT ZONE AIRING TO CONTINUE MONDAY 1
March 3, 1966 4TH AVE APARTMENT PROPOSED 16
March 3, 1966 CREDIT BUREAU REPORTS CENTRALIZED 3
March 3, 1966 FBI, NP STILL CHECK TRAIN CASE 2
March 3, 1966 CRASH KILLS KIRKLAND MAN (CHASE, FRANK JOHN) 10
March 3, 1966 MOTHERS, CHILDREN CHANGE BUT PRE-SCHOOL CONTINUES PX-4
March 3, 1966 PILOT SWIM CLASS SET FOR TWAIN 1
March 3, 1966 RHS HOME EC FOR BOYS (?) TEACHES 'TO FEND FOR SELVES' 1
March 3, 1966 LW LEAVE POLICY TO BE STUDIED 3
March 3, 1966 BILL COLE TO COACH SHORECREST FOOTBALL 4
March 3, 1966 FIVE LW SCHOOLS NAMED FOR PRACTICING SAFETY 7
March 3, 1966 REDMOND HIGH HONOR STUDENTS ANNOUNCED 10
March 3, 1966 PAROCHIAL SCHOOL, LW SHARE AID 11
March 3, 1966 BOARD POSTPONES LWEA DISCUSSION 11
March 3, 1966 LWSD FACES $100,000 STATE AID CUTBACK 11
March 3, 1966 JOANN MCGRATH, DENNIS C TREESE 8
March 3, 1966 CAROL LARSON, GERALD BETZOLD 8
March 3, 1966 LOLA RICE, HERSHEL LESTER 8
March 3, 1966 COUNCIL'S WATERFRONT ZONE AIRING TO CONTINUE MONDAY 1
March 3, 1966 HOUGHTON INITIATES SUIT OVER SEWERS 1
March 3, 1966 HOUGHTON: PARK FUNDS EXPLAINED TO COUNCIL 1
March 3, 1966 STREET LIGHTS TO BE INCREASED IN HOUGHTON 11
March 3, 1966 COUNCIL'S WATERFRONT ZONE AIRING TO CONTINUE MONDAY 1
March 3, 1966 OFFICERS HALT INGLEMOOR, LW 'RUMBLE' 1
March 3, 1966 PAPER BOY STABBED AT CARRIER SHACK (NIKULA, KENNETH) 3
March 3, 1966 SHARP SHOP BURGLARIZED AT BRISKY'S 10
March 3, 1966 CABIN SAID VANDALIZED 10
March 3, 1966 RESIDENT GONE, HOME ENTERED 11
March 3, 1966 AFFILIATION OF LIBRARY TALKS DUE 1
March 3, 1966 KIRKLANDER RECEIVES AF AWARD (HARPER, JAMES) 6
March 3, 1966 MCWHIRTER, EARL JACK 2
March 3, 1966 HUBER, HUGO 6
March 3, 1966 CHASE, FRANK 10
March 3, 1966 WEAVER, MARIA 10
March 3, 1966 WEAVER, MRS WILLIAM 11
March 3, 1966 MORGAN, LEOTA 11
March 3, 1966 AAUW TO OBSERVE 25TH YEAR 8
March 3, 1966 COLUMNISTS CHANGE TOLD BY JOURNAL (YORK, SALLY) 9
March 3, 1966 SAILING EVENT DUE IN CITY 1
March 3, 1966 BILL COLE TO COACH SHORECREST FOOTBALL 4
March 3, 1966 HOUGHTON: PARK FUNDS EXPLAINED TO COUNCIL 1
March 3, 1966 SAILING EVENT DUE IN CITY 1
March 3, 1966 FBI, NP STILL CHECK TRAIN CASE 2
March 3, 1966 ON LAKE ST S: BACKUPS FOR ANOTHER MONTH 1
March 3, 1966 STREET LIGHTS TO BE INCREASED IN HOUGHTON 11
March 3, 1966 HOUGHTON INITIATES SUIT OVER SEWERS 1
March 3, 1966 CHRISTINE SMITH, SHANNON KOLLMEYER 8
March 10, 1966 'HOUR OF MUSIC' EVENT TO BENEFIT FESTIVAL 8
March 10, 1966 THORMAHLEN'S SCULPTURE ON DISPLAY 10
March 10, 1966 'GUYS-DOLLS' TO HAVE LWHS SHOWING 10
March 10, 1966 BANK JOB (PHOTO OF NB OF C BANK BEING RAZED) 5
March 10, 1966 123,000 VISIT TRAILS PARK PX-4
March 10, 1966 BANK JOB (PHOTO OF NB OF C BANK BEING RAZED) 5
March 10, 1966 LW SEEKS EMERGENCY BUILDING FUNDS; TO AVERT SCHOOLS 'CRISIS' 1
March 10, 1966 CITY MEASURES DELAY PROPOSED WATERFRONT APARTMENTS 1
March 10, 1966 APARTMENT FOR OWNERS APPROVED (5918 LAKE WASH BLVD) 7
March 10, 1966 EAST SIDE CHEV WINS TOP RATINGS 6
March 10, 1966 BUSINESSMEN INVITED TO CLINIC AT NB OF C 12
March 10, 1966 RUNAWAY TRUCK FLIPS , MISSES PEOPLE, CARS AT JUANITA JCT (PHOTO) 1
March 10, 1966 CITY MEASURES DELAY PROPOSED WATERFRONT APARTMENTS 1
March 10, 1966 NEW PRESIDENT NAMED FOR NORTHWEST COLLEGE (HURST, D V) PX-4
March 10, 1966 COLLEGE PREXY LEAVING (BUTTERFIELD, CHARLES) PX-4
March 10, 1966 PARENTS PROTESTS PLANNED SHIFTING OF STUDENTS IN FALL 1
March 10, 1966 14 ALL 'A' STUDENTS TOP KJHS HONOR ROLL 7
March 10, 1966 EMPLOYMENT OFFICE OPENS BRANCH HERE 6
March 10, 1966 VALERIE HARGIS, DARYL HIRSCHKORN 8
March 10, 1966 PATRICIA TRUMBLY, STEVEN BELOTE 8
March 10, 1966 GOOD CITIZENS (PHOTO OF GIRL SCOUTS PLANTING TREES) 6
March 10, 1966 FESTIVAL DIRECTOR NAMED (BIERI, BEN) 1
March 10, 1966 3 MORE VIE FOR MISS KIRKLAND 5
March 10, 1966 'HOUR OF MUSIC' EVENT TO BENEFIT FESTIVAL 8
March 10, 1966 OIL-FED FIRE HALTED 2
March 10, 1966 CITY MEASURES DELAY PROPOSED WATERFRONT APARTMENTS 1
March 10, 1966 HPD REPORT: 27 CASES HANDLED THIS WEEK 2
March 10, 1966 HOUGHTON COUNCIL TO CONSIDER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 3
March 10, 1966 PRIMEAU CONVICTION DISMISSED 1
March 10, 1966 POLICE CHIEF SPEAKS OF LEGAL BARRIERS 2
March 10, 1966 HPD REPORT: 27 CASES HANDLED THIS WEEK 2
March 10, 1966 POLICE CHECK FIGHTS REPORTED AT TWO TAVERNS 5
March 10, 1966 SMOKE BOMB TOSSED AT KJHS 12
March 10, 1966 WHAT AFFILIATION WITH COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM WOULD MEAN 1
March 10, 1966 AF CAPTAIN DECORATED (ROETCISOENDER, ROBERT J) PX-4
March 10, 1966 H TURPIN ASSIGNED TO SAIGON (TURPIN, HENRY) 1
March 10, 1966 LYONS, JAMES 5
March 10, 1966 RASMUSSEN, LOUISE KURTZ 6
March 10, 1966 AUTHIER, PHIL 12
March 10, 1966 PEET, MABEL 12
March 10, 1966 BEEMAN, RICHARD 12
March 10, 1966 GRAEF, CALANTHA 12
March 10, 1966 HUSBANDS' PROMOTIONS BRING NEWCOMERS HERE (WELCOME WAGON) PX-4
March 10, 1966 GOOD CITIZENS (PHOTO OF GIRL SCOUTS PLANTING TREES) 6
March 10, 1966 REPUBLICAN WOMAN TO RUN IN NEW 1ST (FALLICK, HARRIET) 1
March 10, 1966 ROSE HILL COLUMN HAS NEW LOOK AND AUTHOR (LINDAHL, SHIRLEY / BELTS, HAZEL) 8
March 10, 1966 REAL ESTATE SEMINAR HERE FIRST OF 3 6
March 10, 1966 123,000 VISIT TRAILS PARK PX-4
March 10, 1966 ROSE HILL PRESBYTERIANS HOST MISSION CONFERENCE 10
March 10, 1966 AUTO FREIGHT RATES MULLED 2
March 10, 1966 NE 124TH JOB: SPAN TO NOWHERE WILL GO SOMEPLACE 1
March 10, 1966 FOR PUMP: METRO AWAITS PARTS 5
March 10, 1966 LINDA FORBES, JOHN COLLIER 8
March 17, 1966 'GUYS AND DOLLS' FIRST SCHOOL MUSICAL 1
March 17, 1966 PLAYBARN TO GIVE 'PICNIC' 5
March 17, 1966 NB OF C PATRONS FEEL AT HOME IN CITY HALL (OLD DOORS AND LIGHTS) 1
March 17, 1966 EGYPTIAN ARCHEOLOGIST VISITS IN HOME HERE (HABACHI, LIHAB / THOMSEN, H J) 2
March 17, 1966 MRS JEBSEN RECEIVES GOLDEN ACORN AWARD 10
March 17, 1966 'OLDEST COWBOY' HAD DAUGHTER IN KIRKLAND (BENN, GEORGE / CHASE, MRS TOM) 11
March 17, 1966 PLAQUE MARKS 74-YEAR-OLD BRICKS IN STATION (PHOTO AT GENE'S CHEVRON) 6
March 17, 1966 NB OF C PATRONS FEEL AT HOME IN CITY HALL (OLD DOORS AND LIGHTS) 1
March 17, 1966 HOUGHTON POULTRY HOUSES BOW OUT (H & N BUILDINGS INTENTIONALLY BURNED) 1
March 17, 1966 PLAQUE MARKS 74-YEAR-OLD BRICKS IN STATION (PHOTO AT GENE'S CHEVRON) 6
March 17, 1966 SEARLE OPENS BEAUTY SALON IN JUANITA 5
March 17, 1966 BOTHELL WOMAN THROWN FROM CAR (BASSETT, PALMINA) 6
March 17, 1966 JUANITA ANNEX MOVE STUDIED 1
March 17, 1966 PROTEST MOUNTS ON PUPIL SHUFFLE 1
March 17, 1966 PROPOSED SCHOOL BOUNDARY (MAP) 1
March 17, 1966 UDD WINS LW HONOR (UDD, AL) 1
March 17, 1966 'GUYS AND DOLLS' FIRST SCHOOL MUSICAL 1
March 17, 1966 SCHOOL SHIFTING NEEDS EDUCATIONAL JUDGMENT (LETTER FROM LANDER, R) 2
March 17, 1966 HOLY FAMILY PLANS '66 SCIENCE, ART FAIR 2
March 17, 1966 SCHOOLS: WAY OUT OF CRISES SEEN 3
March 17, 1966 INTER-SCHOOL SPORTS VALUE QUESTIONED FOR JUNIOR HIGHS 4
March 17, 1966 HOUSES - TO BURN 6
March 17, 1966 FIRE PERMIT SETUP CHANGED IN FD 41 7
March 17, 1966 INTER-CITY MEETING PROPOSED 1
March 17, 1966 PLAQUE MARKS 74-YEAR-OLD BRICKS IN STATION (PHOTO AT GENE'S CHEVRON) 6
March 17, 1966 HOUGHTON POULTRY HOUSES BOW OUT (H & N BUILDINGS INTENTIONALLY BURNED) 1
March 17, 1966 HOUGHTON-METRO CONTRACT NEARER 1
March 17, 1966 HOUGHTON HEARING: 122ND AVE QUESTIONED 3
March 17, 1966 JUANITA ANNEX MOVE STUDIED 1
March 17, 1966 SEARLE OPENS BEAUTY SALON IN JUANITA 5
March 17, 1966 $76 TAKEN AT WARD'S 1
March 17, 1966 ROY'S MKT BURGLARIZED 1
March 17, 1966 FIVE LAW OFFICERS TRAIN 3
March 17, 1966 LIBRARIAN TO PRESENT REPORT TO BOARD ON AFFILIATION 3
March 17, 1966 NEW LIBRARY TO OPEN APRIL 18, TENTATIVELY 3
March 17, 1966 MENTAL HEALTH CENTER FILLS COMMUNITY NEED 11
March 17, 1966 OSTREM, EARL 2
March 17, 1966 HAYEK, JUANITA 2
March 17, 1966 CAMPBELL, JAMES 2
March 17, 1966 MANNING, ROLAND 9
March 17, 1966 SCOUT WINS FIRST SPACE MERIT BADGE (PROSCH-JENSEN, PAUL) 4
March 17, 1966 GIRL SCOUT COOKIES GO ON SALE FRIDAY 8
March 17, 1966 KIRKLAND BPW TO HOST SENIOR GIRLS' RECEPTION 8
March 17, 1966 PUBLIC INTEREST INVITED IN 'SCHOOL OF RELIGION' 12
March 17, 1966 ROSE HILL PLANS FIRST HOBBY FAIR 8
March 17, 1966 HOUGHTON HEARING: 122ND AVE QUESTIONED 3
March 17, 1966 MEETS ON 405 SEEN SOON 6
March 17, 1966 HOUGHTON-METRO CONTRACT NEARER 1
March 17, 1966 WIND HITS, LIGHTS SPIN 1
March 17, 1966 NANCY LUPTON, RONALD KLUMB 8
March 17, 1966 PAMELA RICE, KENNETH DULANEY 8
March 24, 1966 'GUYS-DOLLS' FIRST HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 14
March 24, 1966 DOZER LIES DOWN FOR DOZE (CRASHED THROUGH FLOOR OF OLD NB OF C - PHOTO) 1
March 24, 1966 MRS BARRIE TO NOTE 90TH BIRTHDAY SUNDAY (BARRIE, LUCY) 8
March 24, 1966 KIRKLAND FAMILY RETURNS FROM EXTENSIVE VACATION (BULYCA, EMIL) 8
March 24, 1966 HATTER GETS A FEATHER IN HIS CAP (HATTER, WAYNE) 10
March 24, 1966 DOZER LIES DOWN FOR DOZE (CRASHED THROUGH FLOOR OF OLD NB OF C - PHOTO) 1
March 24, 1966 VARIETY STORE OWNER RECALLS 'BIG FIRE' (RICHARDSON'S) 3
March 24, 1966 APPAREL STORE OPENING FUND RAISER FOR ARTS FESTIVAL (BETTY'S APPAREL) 8
March 24, 1966 LUMBER COMPANY 18 YEARS IN BUSINESS (MCEVOY-RODGERS) 12
March 24, 1966 DOZER LIES DOWN FOR DOZE (CRASHED THROUGH FLOOR OF OLD NB OF C - PHOTO) 1
March 24, 1966 NP TRUCK HIT BY NP TRAIN (PHOTO) 12
March 24, 1966 MISHAPS DRAMATIZE NEED TO WEAR SEATBELTS 12
March 24, 1966 JUANITA ANNEXATION LETTER FILED 1
March 24, 1966 HEARING SET FOR APRIL 7 ON PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT 3
March 24, 1966 9 ALL 'A' STUDENTS TOP RJHS HONOR ROLL PX-4
March 24, 1966 BOARD POSTPONES DECISION ON STUDENT SHUFFLE PLAN 1
March 24, 1966 LW PROPOSAL, COUNTER-PROPOSALS (MAP OF BOUNDARIES) 1
March 24, 1966 PUBLIC ASKED TO CONVO ON EDUCATION OBSTACLES 1
March 24, 1966 MUSICAL CHOICE CRITICIZED (LETTER COMPLAINING ABOUT 'GUYS AND DOLLS') 2
March 24, 1966 STUDENT TOUR TO MEXICO ANNOUNCED 7
March 24, 1966 'BORDER' CONFLICT IMPASSED (MARK TWAIN SCHOOL - PRIMEAUS) 10
March 24, 1966 LW SCHOOLS TO HIRE FOR HEADSTART HERE 10
March 24, 1966 CELESTE WAYNE, LARRY CAST 8
March 24, 1966 APPAREL STORE OPENING FUND RAISER FOR ARTS FESTIVAL (BETTY'S APPAREL) 8
March 24, 1966 FD 41 RECEIVES NEW TRUCK 18
March 24, 1966 KIRKLAND POST OFFICE HAS MEDICARE FORMS 10
March 24, 1966 VARIETY STORE OWNER RECALLS 'BIG FIRE' (RICHARDSON'S) 3
March 24, 1966 L.I.D. APPROVED: COUNCIL REBUFFS HOUGHTON PETITION 1
March 24, 1966 UNITED CONTROL WINS $500,000 CONTRACT 7
March 24, 1966 JUANITA ANNEXATION LETTER FILED 1
March 24, 1966 COURT MERGER HITS SNAG 1
March 24, 1966 BURGLARS HIT ROY'S 1
March 24, 1966 MURRAY, JOHN 5
March 24, 1966 SLETTEBO, MABEL G 5
March 24, 1966 EDWARDS, CLARA M 10
March 24, 1966 PADUANO, TONY 10
March 24, 1966 SADDLE CLUB TO NOTE 21 YEARS AT DINNER 5
March 24, 1966 MANY OUT OF STATE NEWCOMERS (WELCOME WAGON) 7
March 24, 1966 WOMEN VOTERS APPEAL FOR FUNDS PX-4
March 24, 1966 KIRKLAND POST OFFICE HAS MEDICARE FORMS 10
March 24, 1966 COUNTY WILL FINISH 124TH BY SEPT 1
March 24, 1966 FIRST ST VACATION DENIED 5
March 24, 1966 PRETTY GIRL TO PRESS BUTTON STARTING METRO PUMP HERE 1
March 24, 1966 INGLEWOOD PHONE CABLE WORK STARTS 5
March 31, 1966 SEAFIRST - FIRST CHARGE ACCOUNT CARD 13
March 31, 1966 GENEROUS GIFT AIDS ART FESTIVAL 12
March 31, 1966 CHURCH DISPLAYS ART DURING HOLY WEEK (CONGREGATIONAL) 12
March 31, 1966 WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN LAST WEEK (PHOTO OF OLD NB OF C) 5
March 31, 1966 NEW NB OF C HAS WATER FOUNTAIN (BROKEN WATER MAIN) 6
March 31, 1966 SEAFIRST LAUNCHES CARD CHANGE PLAN 6
March 31, 1966 YMCA WILL OPEN BUILDING FUND DRIVE 6
March 31, 1966 WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN LAST WEEK (PHOTO OF OLD NB OF C) 5
March 31, 1966 FRANKLIN FUNDS OKAYED, A BELL BIDS ARE CALLED 6
March 31, 1966 IMPROVING CIVIC CENTER SUPPORTED 9
March 31, 1966 CHURCH DISPLAYS ART DURING HOLY WEEK (CONGREGATIONAL) 12
March 31, 1966 TWO OPENINGS MARK NEW APPAREL STORE (BETTY'S APPAREL) 10
March 31, 1966 HOUGHTON MARKET OPENS THIS WEEKEND (THRIFTWAY) 14
March 31, 1966 BOY, HIT BY TANKER, HAS LEG FRACTURE 1
March 31, 1966 CHAMBER CHANGE ANNOUNCED 1
March 31, 1966 JUANITA PLAT OF 375 LOTS ON AGENDA 1
March 31, 1966 HANDICAPPED TAUGHT AT INGLEWOOD SCHOOL FOR THE RETARDED PX-4
March 31, 1966 SCHOOL BOARD 'RELUCTANTLY' REDISTRICTS LW 1
March 31, 1966 HOME EC TEACHER FINDS: RHS BOYS 'SMILE - DOWN ANYTHING' 1
March 31, 1966 ATHLETE SUSPENDED: 'SNEAK' DISAPPOINTS LW PRINCIPAL 1
March 31, 1966 SCHOOL MUSICAL SUPPORTED FOR ENTERTAINMENT VALUE (LETTERS) 2
March 31, 1966 LW BOARD ADOPTS NEGOTIATIONS POLICY 7
March 31, 1966 'ICE CHIPS' TO SHOW LOCAL TALENT (WHEELOCK, BAUER) 8
March 31, 1966 'DUCK CROSSING' INSTALLED (SIGN ON LAKE ST S) 1
March 31, 1966 PAGEANT ENTRIES CLOSE 5
March 31, 1966 GENEROUS GIFT AIDS ART FESTIVAL 12
March 31, 1966 TEMPORARY FOUNTAIN (PHOTO OF NEW FIRE TRUCK) 5
March 31, 1966 CHILDBIRTH CLASSES TO START PX-4
March 31, 1966 HOUGHTON, KIRKLAND DISCUSS RAILWAY BRIDGE 1
March 31, 1966 HOUGHTON MARKET OPENS THIS WEEKEND (THRIFTWAY) 14
March 31, 1966 LOCAL FIRM WINS BPA CONTRACT (TYEE CONSTRUCTION) 7
March 31, 1966 JUANITA PLAT OF 375 LOTS ON AGENDA 1
March 31, 1966 TRAIL 'WAR': CHARGE FILED VS PRIMEAUS 6
March 31, 1966 LOCAL USCG MAN ON BOAT THAT RAMS VIET CONG JUNK (SAMPONT, GERALD) 4
March 31, 1966 JONES, OWEN 1
March 31, 1966 VAN AALST, RUDOLF 14
March 31, 1966 HARVEY, MABELLE 14
March 31, 1966 ENIX, CATHERINE ELLEN 14
March 31, 1966 SEMMEN, HAROLD ALFRED 14
March 31, 1966 RHODES, PHYLLIS BERTHA 14
March 31, 1966 DAVIS, MRS CLYDE 14
March 31, 1966 DISTRICT SCOUTING WINS NATIONAL AWARD PX-4
March 31, 1966 COD, INSURANCE, OTHER POSTAL FEES INCREASE 5
March 31, 1966 CHURCH DISPLAYS ART DURING HOLY WEEK (CONGREGATIONAL) 12
March 31, 1966 DRAMA TO PORTRAY 3 MARYS (METHODIST) 14
March 31, 1966 HOUGHTON, KIRKLAND DISCUSS RAILWAY BRIDGE 1
March 31, 1966 TRAFFIC 'IMPROVES' AS LIGHTS PHASED 2
March 31, 1966 EVANS EXPLAINS REASONS FEES NECESSARY AT DUMPS 5
March 31, 1966 PEGGY FISCHER, STEPHEN DELL 10
March 31, 1966 SHARON SESSIONS, JACK CRAMER JR 10
April 7, 1966 P MCKAY RETIRING (MCKAY, PAUL J) 2
April 7, 1966 KIRKLAND'S BUILDING UP FOR 2 MONTHS 1
April 7, 1966 PLANNED YMCA (SKETCH) 6
April 7, 1966 SCHOOLS PLAN FOR GROWTH A4
April 7, 1966 FHJH CONTRACTS AWARDED, DESIGN TO START ON RHJH 1
April 7, 1966 SUBDIVISION SPROUTS (PHOTO) A8
April 7, 1966 HOME DEVELOPMENT STARTED EAST OF 405 13
April 7, 1966 APARTMENT REZONES OKAYED 13
April 7, 1966 HIT-RUN VEHICLE HITS BOY (AUSTIN, RANDY) 1
April 7, 1966 G WATSON INJURED IN FALL (WATSON, GEORGE) 1
April 7, 1966 CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP NEARS TOTAL 1
April 7, 1966 CRUSADE FUNDS SUPPORT CANCER PATIENT SERVICES 8
April 7, 1966 SUBDIVISION SPROUTS (PHOTO) A8
April 7, 1966 EAST SIDE'S PLANNED COMMUNITY: KINGSGATE A8
April 7, 1966 KIRKLAND'S BUILDING UP FOR 2 MONTHS 1
April 7, 1966 HOME DEVELOPMENT STARTED EAST OF 405 13
April 7, 1966 APARTMENT REZONES OKAYED 13
April 7, 1966 C SCOTT RESIGNS TO RETIRE (SCOTT, CARLOS) 1
April 7, 1966 SCIENCE REPORT IN; HIGHER PAY ASKED 1
April 7, 1966 GIRLS IN SHOP CLASS? (PHOTO) 1
April 7, 1966 JOHNSON HONORED (JOHNSON, CHARLES W) 1
April 7, 1966 ART TEACHER RECEIVES MEDAL FROM FIRST LADY (PHOTO OF LOUGH, DORIS) 12
April 7, 1966 'TRUANTS' LOSE 1 DAY OF HOLIDAY 12
April 7, 1966 THERE'S BOEING ASSEMBLY LINE AT LAKE WASH HIGH? 13
April 7, 1966 NEW TRAINING CAR (PHOTO) 14
April 7, 1966 MARCIA NEUBERT, STAN D BRODEN 8
April 7, 1966 LAKE WASHINGTON SINGERS PLAN SPRING CONCERT IN KIRKLAND 8
April 7, 1966 COUPLE SAYS ALLIGATOR SPOTTED IN LAKE HERE (HARRIS, MR AND MRS BILL) 1
April 7, 1966 ROTARY SPEAKER AFFIRMS 'FLYING SAUCERS' REAL 13
April 7, 1966 PRIMROSE SHOW, MISS KIRKLAND COMBINED 1
April 7, 1966 MEN NEEDED TO MAKE ARTS FESTIVAL SHIELDS 12
April 7, 1966 WHERE TO GET BURNING PERMITS FOR FD 41 1
April 7, 1966 FIRE STOPS 405 TRAFFIC 5
April 7, 1966 CRUSADE FUNDS SUPPORT CANCER PATIENT SERVICES 8
April 7, 1966 CHURCHES MARK EASTER SERVICES 1
April 7, 1966 HOUGHTON'S L.I.D. 4 BOND SALE OKAYED 18
April 7, 1966 EAST SIDE HAS LIGHT INDUSTRY A2
April 7, 1966 NICE DAY ON JUANITA BAY (PHOTO) A4
April 7, 1966 JUANITA BAY, KIRKLAND FROM BIG FINN HILL (PHOTO) A5
April 7, 1966 NICE DAY ON JUANITA BAY (PHOTO) A4
April 7, 1966 PRIMEAU TRIAL SET 1
April 7, 1966 SAFE CRACKS ARE 'CRACKED' 1
April 7, 1966 HIT-RUN VEHICLE HITS BOY (AUSTIN, RANDY) 1
April 7, 1966 NEW LIBRARY TO HOUSE 1ST BOARD MEET 1
April 7, 1966 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL PATIENT VOLUME UP 1
April 7, 1966 HEEGARD, EMMA 12
April 7, 1966 ROBBINS, BEATRICE AGNES 12
April 7, 1966 STRATTON, BOYD 12
April 7, 1966 LINDSTROM, ETHEL 12
April 7, 1966 NEWCOMERS TESTIFY TO STATE POPULATION SHIFT (WELCOME WAGON) 7
April 7, 1966 CUB 'GENIUS' PROJECTS USE 'RAG, BOARD, WIRE' 11
April 7, 1966 EAGLES AUXILIARY MEMBERS PUBLISH FAVORITE RECIPES 9
April 7, 1966 BOTHELL REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCES IN 1ST (MCDONALD, DONALD N) 3
April 7, 1966 REAL ESTATE SALES BOOM ON EAST SIDE A7
April 7, 1966 IT'S STRIKE 3 FOR KIRKLAND TOWN TEAM AFTER 50-YEAR HISTORY 4
April 7, 1966 CHURCHES MARK EASTER SERVICES 1
April 7, 1966 ROSE HILL SEWER STUDY AUTHORIZED 13
April 7, 1966 NEWLY OPENED ACCESS (PHOTO) A3
April 7, 1966 CITY OKAYS 4-WAY STOP (STATE & NE 68TH) 1
April 7, 1966 NO PARKING AREAS (MAP) 3
April 7, 1966 PHONE CABLES DISAPPEAR A10
April 7, 1966 WIRES NOT SEEN (MAP WHERE PUGET POWER IS INSTALLING CABLES) A2
April 7, 1966 WEST COAST TO CUT RATES 1
April 7, 1966 ROSE HILL SEWER STUDY AUTHORIZED 13
April 7, 1966 JIMIE JANE CONNER, STANLEY GREGORY 8
April 14, 1966 JUANITA COUPLE TO OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING SUNDAY (BERG, MR AND MRS FRED) 8
April 14, 1966 HIGH SCHOOL ART SHOW QUESTIONED (LETTER) 2
April 14, 1966 LONG FLIGHT TAKES TRAVELER TO TOKYO, WORLD'S LARGEST CITY (BLEUCHEL, ALAN) PX-4
April 14, 1966 LOCAL MAN HEADS U.S. SURVEY SHIP (WILLIAMS, BRUCE) 6
April 14, 1966 SCHOOLS FACE OVERCROWDING UNLESS FUND SOLUTION FOUND 3
April 14, 1966 APARTMENT BUILDING ON PILING APPROVED 1
April 14, 1966 DOWNTOWN FACELIFT: CONTEST SET, TEAM NAMED (PHOTO OF FERRY CLOCK) 1
April 14, 1966 MORE DAY CARE HOMES NEEDED 9
April 14, 1966 PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT IN CITY QUESTIONED 10
April 14, 1966 7 NEW SCHOOL BUSES BOUGHT AT $123,261 PX-4
April 14, 1966 SCHOOLS FACE OVERCROWDING UNLESS FUND SOLUTION FOUND 3
April 14, 1966 IMPACTED AID CUT WOULD COST $47000 3
April 14, 1966 Y CLASS FLATTENS, NOT FATTENS - FLAB FLIES OFF IN HURRY 5
April 14, 1966 EXCHANGE STUDENTS ON SMORGASBORD PROGRAM 9
April 14, 1966 BEVERLY LOGAN, ROBERT MCCHESNEY 8
April 14, 1966 ROBERTA JOHNSON, ROGER O'CONNELL 8
April 14, 1966 WHAT'S UP THERE (PHOTO OF BIRD-WATCHING AT CAROL'S DRESS SHOP) 10
April 14, 1966 WORLD FAIR CONSULTANT TO AID FESTIVAL (BEACH, AL) 1
April 14, 1966 JAZZ ARTIST SIGNED FOR FESTIVAL HERE (BYRD, CHARLIE) 5
April 14, 1966 NATIONAL PRIMROSE SHOW IN KIRKLAND APRIL 22-24 8
April 14, 1966 CONTESTANTS TO MODEL AT BETTY'S 8
April 14, 1966 FIREMEN ANSWER ALARM - ATTEND A WEINER ROAST 1
April 14, 1966 PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT IN CITY QUESTIONED 10
April 14, 1966 3 ARRESTED IN JUANITA VANDALISM 6
April 14, 1966 WATERFRONT GROUP FORMS 1
April 14, 1966 COURT FINDS COUNTY RD BLOCKADED (PRIMEAU) 1
April 14, 1966 IF ONLY HE'D GOTTEN HOME BIT SOONER (BURGLARY OF CARLSON, WAYNE) 1
April 14, 1966 POLICE SEEK FEM RADIO OPERATOR 1
April 14, 1966 BURGLARY LOSS SET AT $135 1
April 14, 1966 AUTO FIRMS REPORT THEFTS 6
April 14, 1966 3 ARRESTED IN JUANITA VANDALISM 6
April 14, 1966 BUSY BOARD SKIPS AFFILIATION REPORT 1
April 14, 1966 HOSPITAL EMERGENCY CASES INCLUDE MOWER INJURIES 3
April 14, 1966 CHIROPRACTOR OPENS OFFICE IN KIRKLAND (BROWN, JOHN D) 12
April 14, 1966 GALGANO, RUTH 6
April 14, 1966 ROBINSON, IRMA 6
April 14, 1966 CLAUS, DONALD 6
April 14, 1966 DUNCAN, MARY ELLEN 12
April 14, 1966 FEDORCHAK, ANNA 12
April 14, 1966 HIMES, PEARL 12
April 14, 1966 MCNEIL, LILY 12
April 14, 1966 POTTER, PAUL P 12
April 14, 1966 WATERFRONT GROUP FORMS 1
April 14, 1966 BROWN NEW ROTARY PRESIDENT (BROWN, RALPH T) 16
April 14, 1966 JAYCEES ELECT HANSEN (HANSEN, ROGER) 5
April 14, 1966 WOULD YOU DO THIS - AT 6 A.M.? (PHOTO OF JOGGERS) 1
April 14, 1966 Y CLASS FLATTENS, NOT FATTENS - FLAB FLIES OFF IN HURRY 5
April 14, 1966 MARATHON CAGERS STICK OUT 13 1/2 HOURS 4
April 14, 1966 PLAN ASKS FREIGHT RATES CUT 1
April 14, 1966 ON DRIVING: END VISIBLE TO SHORTAGE OF MANUALS 1
April 14, 1966 7 NEW SCHOOL BUSES BOUGHT AT $123,261 PX-4
April 14, 1966 COURT FINDS COUNTY RD BLOCKADED (PRIMEAU) 1
April 14, 1966 PHONE FIRM HAS BIG JOB DUE TO FAST GROWTH HERE 7
April 14, 1966 GAY GRANDY, WILLIAM EBEL 8
April 21, 1966 CORNER: 1913, 1965, 1966 (PHOTO AT KIRKLAND AVE & LAKE ST SOUTH) 13
April 21, 1966 LOCAL FAMILY TO GAIN 'SON', LOSE DAUGHTER (WINDSHEIMER) 1
April 21, 1966 JUANITAN NEW RADIO STATION VP (HAWKINS, JAMES J) 4
April 21, 1966 RECEPTION TO HONOR MRS REAVES (REAVES, GRACE) 8
April 21, 1966 3 GENERATIONS DOTE ON FELINE 'QUEENIE' (BAILEY, GERRY) 8
April 21, 1966 NEW REQUEST FOR THEATER IN HOUGHTON 4
April 21, 1966 CORNER: 1913, 1965, 1966 (PHOTO AT KIRKLAND AVE & LAKE ST SOUTH) 13
April 21, 1966 BIDS SO HIGH, CONTRACT DOUBTFUL ON HEIGHTS SCHOOL 1
April 21, 1966 OPTIMISM ON REDMOND COLLEGE 2
April 21, 1966 BIDS AWARDED FOR CITY HALL JOB 1
April 21, 1966 HERE ARE NUMBERS OF 'LUCKY BUCKS' (KIRKLAND FIVE-FOR-ONE-DAYS) 6
April 21, 1966 BROTHER, 13, SAVES SISTER, 8, FROM WELL (BARNES, CLYDE & JUANITA) 1
April 21, 1966 GASOLINE EXPLOSION HURTS MAN (MONTGOMERY, JERRY) 2
April 21, 1966 ADOPTION AGENCY SETS DINNER IN KIRKLAND 8
April 21, 1966 LOCAL FAMILY TO GAIN 'SON', LOSE DAUGHTER (WINDSHEIMER) 1
April 21, 1966 BUS PA'S SUGGESTED 2
April 21, 1966 BOARD NIXES REQUEST THAT TEACHER STAY (DAVIES, LINDA) 2
April 21, 1966 ADULT EDUCATION ON VIEW AT OPEN HOUSE 7
April 21, 1966 NORKIRK 6TH GRADERS ON TELEVISION STORY HOURS 7
April 21, 1966 POSSIBLE ALLIGATOR PRINT SEEN 13
April 21, 1966 BEAUTY AND PRIMROSES (PHOTO OF HARMON, JEANNIE) 1
April 21, 1966 EIGHT LOCAL GIRLS TO SEEK MISS KIRKLAND 1966-67 TITLE 5
April 21, 1966 LABOR, KNOW-HOW CREATES 'PRIMROSE MAGIC EVERYWHERE' 7
April 21, 1966 SON AWAKES IN TIME IN SMOKE-FILLED HOUSE (PETERSON, TAB) 1
April 21, 1966 HOUGHTON FIREMEN SLATE OPEN HOUSE 13
April 21, 1966 CORNER: 1913, 1965, 1966 (PHOTO AT KIRKLAND AVE & LAKE ST SOUTH) 13
April 21, 1966 PUGET INSTALLS STREET LIGHTS IN HOUGHTON 4
April 21, 1966 NEW REQUEST FOR THEATER IN HOUGHTON 4
April 21, 1966 HOUGHTON FIREMEN SLATE OPEN HOUSE 13
April 21, 1966 STRIKE HALTS EAST SIDE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS 1
April 21, 1966 LAST-DITCH EFFORTS TO SETTLE 'TRAIL-WAR' FAIL, 2 SENTENCED (PRIMEAU) 1
April 21, 1966 $400 BURGLARY AT SHELL STATION 6
April 21, 1966 FAST MOVE (PHOTO OF LIBRARY MOVE) 2
April 21, 1966 MEETS OFFER SELF-HELP ON MENTAL PROBLEMS 3
April 21, 1966 DAVIS, GEORGE C JR 2
April 21, 1966 CHILDE, WINIFRED 2
April 21, 1966 CORBIN, RAYMOND 2
April 21, 1966 DRAIN, HOLMAN 5
April 21, 1966 GERON, JOSEPH 5
April 21, 1966 PRATT, LAURA 12
April 21, 1966 BJERKE, HILDA CLAUDINE 12
April 21, 1966 JOHNSON, MABEL 13
April 21, 1966 YOUNG, ROBERT JR 13
April 21, 1966 KAISER SAYS 'REFORM' WOULD SAVE $1000S ON BIG PARCELS 3
April 21, 1966 JOURNAL RANKS IN TOP 3 WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS 1
April 21, 1966 BUS PA'S SUGGESTED 2
April 21, 1966 PUGET INSTALLS STREET LIGHTS IN HOUGHTON 4
April 21, 1966 RETURNING VET NAMES SOUGHT 1
April 21, 1966 CAROL ANN LINCOLN, THOMAS ROBERT THOMAS 8
April 28, 1966 PASQUANS TO NOTE 50 YEARS WED (PASQUAN, MR AND MRS LOUIS) 8
April 28, 1966 STUDENT DEFENDS SCHOOL ART SHOW (LETTER FROM PARKER, TODD) 2
April 28, 1966 SEVEN LIVELY ARTS HELPS FORM ART CAMP 8
April 28, 1966 MARINE IS HONOR MAN OF PLATOON (FRYE, DAVID W) 6
April 28, 1966 WASHINGTON STATE PRIVILEGED 'FRIEND' OF JAPANESE FAIR (BLEUCHEL, ALAN) 12
April 28, 1966 CITY HALL HAS NEW PHONE NO 10
April 28, 1966 MRS J KREIDER WINS LEASE ON 1966 CHEV 2
April 28, 1966 3 DANIELSON CHILDREN RECEIVE CARE AT ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL 9
April 28, 1966 'CITY KIDS' LEARN WHERE FOOD FROM 1
April 28, 1966 OH WHAT A FUN FARM IT IS! (PHOTOS OF KIDS AT FARM) 14
April 28, 1966 CITY REDEVELOPMENT STUDY PROPOSED 1
April 28, 1966 TWO FACETS OF LWSD CITED 3
April 28, 1966 $1 MILLION SCHOOL BUDGET INCREASE SEEN 3
April 28, 1966 EXTRA TEACHER AID AT JUANITA, AUDUBON OKAYED 3
April 28, 1966 POWER MACHINE TRAINING OFFERED BY LW SCHOOLS 11
April 28, 1966 LWHS HONOR ROLL LISTS 125 STUDENTS 13
April 28, 1966 BOEING OFFERS DRAFTING COURSE AT BELLEVUE COLLEGE 13
April 28, 1966 PAMELA CHASE, MARTIN JOHNSON 8
April 28, 1966 SUSAN ROGERS, MICHAEL ALVARADO 8
April 28, 1966 JEAN MARIE HOS, BRANSTON WEYER 8
April 28, 1966 JOYCE ELKINGTON, GARY HENDRICKSON 8
April 28, 1966 DIANA FRANCES, JOE BOOKWALTER 8
April 28, 1966 HUMUS DUMPED ON BOULEVARD 1
April 28, 1966 PROUD PAPA WATCHES 14 BABIES TAKE TO SWIM POOL (PHOTO OF DUCKS) 4
April 28, 1966 PRIMROSE WINNERS NAMED 6
April 28, 1966 DIDI ANSTETT CROWNED MISS KIRKLAND 10
April 28, 1966 FIREMEN CALLED IN FURNACE ALARM 2
April 28, 1966 GIRLS TO DELIVER DIST 41 LETTERS 5
April 28, 1966 FD 41 BUSY LAST WEEK 5
April 28, 1966 HOUGHTON'S FIREMEN: SUCCESSFUL OPEN HOUSE TO BECOME ANNUAL PROGRAM 10
April 28, 1966 HOUGHTON SUGGESTS WATER-SEWER TERMS 1
April 28, 1966 HOUGHTON VETOES ENGINEER'S OFFER 10
April 28, 1966 HOUGHTON'S FIREMEN: SUCCESSFUL OPEN HOUSE TO BECOME ANNUAL PROGRAM 10
April 28, 1966 RJHS STUDENT HURT IN ALLEGED ASSAULT (PARKER, TERRY) 1
April 28, 1966 SHERIFF'S: PRECINCT 3 SERVES E.S. 5
April 28, 1966 TROUT FARM HERE ROBBED 10
April 28, 1966 WAYNE CANNON REPORTS $500 THEFT TO SHERIFF 10
April 28, 1966 STRANGER, 18, ROBS WOMAN AT KNIFEPOINT 10
April 28, 1966 LAW DAY OBSERVANCE TO INCLUDE LOCAL JUDGE 12
April 28, 1966 DEDICATION SUNDAY FOR GROWING LIBRARY'S 3RD NEW BUILDING 1
April 28, 1966 DAVIS, GEORGE C JR 10
April 28, 1966 GEDDIS, THEODORE ROOSEVELT 14
April 28, 1966 LUND, LANDA 14
April 28, 1966 HAMMOND, CLAYTON E 18
April 28, 1966 SOUTH AFRICA FAMILY NOW LIVES IN KIRKLAND (WELCOME WAGON) 6
April 28, 1966 GIRLS TO DELIVER DIST 41 LETTERS 5
April 28, 1966 SWEET ADELINES TO HOSTESS CONVENTION 8
April 28, 1966 UPLAKE RESIDENT TO RUN IN FIRST (O'NEILL, ROBERT) 3
April 28, 1966 19TH LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL SEASON TO OPEN HERE SATURDAY 4
April 28, 1966 NO-PARK SIGNS DUE 1
April 28, 1966 HOUGHTON SUGGESTS WATER-SEWER TERMS 1
April 28, 1966 MARION SHEPPARD, TONY DRAIN 8
May 5, 1966 SCHOOL ART REBUTTAL ANSWERED (LETTER FROM EGNER, RUBY) 2
May 5, 1966 SOUTH KOREA APPEALS TO WASHINGTON VISITORS (BLEUCHEL, ALAN) 12
May 5, 1966 15 YEARS AND GIRL SCOUTER STILL AT IT (RICE, MRS WILLIAM) 13
May 5, 1966 2 LOCAL SUBDIVISION PLANS UP FOR APPROVAL 2
May 5, 1966 LAKEFRONT ZONING HEARINGS CLEARED 5
May 5, 1966 MUSIC STORE SALE IS ANNOUNCED (EASTSIDE MUSIC CENTER) 5
May 5, 1966 WHY CITY DOWNTOWN NEEDS REJUVENATING 5
May 5, 1966 2 LOCAL SUBDIVISION PLANS UP FOR APPROVAL 2
May 5, 1966 LAKEFRONT ZONING HEARINGS CLEARED 5
May 5, 1966 BOARD DIPS BEYOND BARREL BOTTOM TO AWARD SCHOOL BIDS 1
May 5, 1966 4% TEACHER PAY RAISE RECOMMENDED 1
May 5, 1966 U.S. PAYS LAKE WASH; STATES TAKE SHARE 2
May 5, 1966 4 DIRECTORSHIPS PROPOSED TO LW SCHOOL BOARD 5
May 5, 1966 DRIVER COURSE SET IN HOUGHTON 5
May 5, 1966 COUNCIL RECOMMENDS UPDATE FOR LOCAL COLLEGE APPLICATION 9
May 5, 1966 100,000TH LUNCH SERVED AT THOREAU SCHOOL 11
May 5, 1966 BARBARA BISHOP, BERNARD BROWN 8
May 5, 1966 TERRY ALBRIGHT, ERIC THORSOS 8
May 5, 1966 LYNN LEISCHNER, LESTER MINARD 8
May 5, 1966 CF GIRLS PREPARE TREES FOR BEAUTIFICATION 7
May 5, 1966 CITY CONSIDERING PARK BOND ISSUE 1
May 5, 1966 M GWILYM QUITS PARKS 4
May 5, 1966 DRIVER COURSE SET IN HOUGHTON 5
May 5, 1966 ROCKET RESEARCH TAKES LAND OPTION 1
May 5, 1966 LAKEFRONT ZONING HEARINGS CLEARED 5
May 5, 1966 NAME CHANGE?: DISTRICT TO VOTE 2 JUDGES 1
May 5, 1966 THREE NEW DWELLINGS BURGLARIZED 1
May 5, 1966 ILLEGAL POSSESSION CASES INCREASE 2
May 5, 1966 KOBE BPW HONORED IN LIBRARY TREE PLANTING 10
May 5, 1966 $212,000 LIBRARY DEDICATED (PHOTO) 14
May 5, 1966 LOCAL SOLDIER ONE OF TWO NOT HURT IN VC AMBUSH (CARPENTER, WESLEY) 1
May 5, 1966 MISS HOSS GRADUATES AS WAVE (HOSS, MICHELE) 5
May 5, 1966 BRAILLARD, BLANCHE 5
May 5, 1966 HUBER, MARGARET MAE 5
May 5, 1966 HOLMQUIST, ELVA GRACE 12
May 5, 1966 E THORMAHLEN CHAIRMANS NORTH LAKES SCOUT UNITS 6
May 5, 1966 CF GIRLS PREPARE TREES FOR BEAUTIFICATION 7
May 5, 1966 KOBE BPW HONORED IN LIBRARY TREE PLANTING 10
May 5, 1966 NUN: '2 OUT, TEAM' (SISTER MARY STEPHEN) 1
May 5, 1966 KIRKLAND TOWN BASEBALL TEAM REBORN 4
May 5, 1966 MARYMOOR: COUNTY PARK USE PROPOSED 1
May 5, 1966 CITY CONSIDERING PARK BOND ISSUE 1
May 5, 1966 STREET, STORM SEWER ENGINEERING READY 2
May 5, 1966 METRO TO AWARD JOB ON SEWER PLANT TODAY 2
May 5, 1966 STREET, STORM SEWER ENGINEERING READY 2
May 5, 1966 LIEN PROVISION ASKED FOR WATER-SEWER PLAN 5
May 5, 1966 BARBAR MOORE, THOMAS TOUSSAINT 8
May 5, 1966 DONNA NIBLOCK, A NEIL ANDERSON 8
May 5, 1966 KAREN MCQUINN, JAMES WEMPLE 8
May 12, 1966 JUANITA ART FAIR ON FOR TWO DAYS 11
May 12, 1966 15 CHILDREN HELP DENTIST OBTAIN MASTER'S DEGREE (SIM, JOSPEH) 1
May 12, 1966 2ND DURAND SON AWARDED EAGLE (DURAND, DOUGLAS) 2
May 12, 1966 WEIGHT LOSS IS GAIN FOR TOPS MEMBER (HARLAN, FRANCES) 8
May 12, 1966 BOY BIRTHS LEAD 9-1 IN APRIL 8
May 12, 1966 TRAILERS MAY TROT WAR PONIES AGAIN 1
May 12, 1966 LOCAL BUILDER SAYS LAW TO RAISE COSTS 2
May 12, 1966 GIRL WALKS INTO SLIDING GLASS DOOR (GILBERT, MARIE) 3
May 12, 1966 TWO HURT IN CYCLE CRASH SUNDAY 10
May 12, 1966 Y DRIVE BOOSTED AT C OF C 1
May 12, 1966 ROSE HILL, KINGSGATE REZONING 1
May 12, 1966 REZONES REQUESTED 2
May 12, 1966 HOLY FAMILY NAMES ART, SCIENCE WINNERS PX-4
May 12, 1966 STUDENT MECHANICS REPAIR AUTOS ON SPOT PX-4
May 12, 1966 MAY ROUND-UP DATE SET AT RHS 3
May 12, 1966 FOR REDMOND HIGH: HONOR ROLL, TOP SEVEN STUDENTS NAMED 6
May 12, 1966 6 STUDENTS TOP KJHS HONOR ROLL 10
May 12, 1966 8 RHS STUDENTS ATTEND UN 16
May 12, 1966 ELLEN HAMILTON, PHILLIP LYONS 8
May 12, 1966 MARILYN WEEKS, JAMES STUART 8
May 12, 1966 FESTIVAL WINNERS NAMED 8
May 12, 1966 JUANITA ART FAIR ON FOR TWO DAYS 11
May 12, 1966 RABIES CLINICS SET PX-4
May 12, 1966 EAST SIDE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FORMS 9
May 12, 1966 RETURN TO EARTH FILL FOR WATERFRONT ASKED 1
May 12, 1966 LOCAL BUILDER SAYS LAW TO RAISE COSTS 2
May 12, 1966 ROCKET FIRM SEEKING LOCATION (ROCKET RESEARCH) 10
May 12, 1966 JUANITA ART FAIR ON FOR TWO DAYS 11
May 12, 1966 WATER TRAFFIC TO BE RESTRICTED ON LAKE WASH. PX-4
May 12, 1966 RETURN TO EARTH FILL FOR WATERFRONT ASKED 1
May 12, 1966 MAJOR SEATTLE-AREA DRUG SOURCE BELIEVED HIT BY KIRKLAND RAID 1
May 12, 1966 LOCAL BUILDER SAYS LAW TO RAISE COSTS 2
May 12, 1966 LIBRARY USE MUSHROOMS 10
May 12, 1966 PUBLIC FAILS TO SHOW UP ON AFFILIATION 10
May 12, 1966 HOSPITAL CHANGES HALT BIRTH CASES 1
May 12, 1966 JAMES, STEVE 1
May 12, 1966 COOK, KARL 3
May 12, 1966 STOCKERT, HAZEL 3
May 12, 1966 GLOVER, MAE 3
May 12, 1966 KUNTZ, CLARENCE 12
May 12, 1966 Y DRIVE BOOSTED AT C OF C 1
May 12, 1966 EAST SIDE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FORMS 9
May 12, 1966 1ST DISTRICT GOP ELECTS 8 DELEGATES 1
May 12, 1966 ROSE HILL, KINGSGATE REZONING 1
May 12, 1966 WATER TRAFFIC TO BE RESTRICTED ON LAKE WASH. PX-4
May 12, 1966 POWER GOES OUT: "ALL I DID WAS TOSS SMALL PIECE OF WIRE" 1
May 12, 1966 BONNIE MCDONALD, STEVEN TILLER 8
May 19, 1966 BELFRY PLAYHOUSE SETS "SEPARATE TABLES" 13
May 19, 1966 SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL TO HAVE 4 ART SHOWS 13
May 19, 1966 JUANITA HTS FAMILY MOVING TO SMALL CARIBBEAN ISLAND (CARDENAS, LUIS) 1
May 19, 1966 JEAN PIERRE HELPS BUILD EIFFEL TOWER (MACH, JEAN PIERRE) 3
May 19, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (DELLAR, PAULINE) 9
May 19, 1966 EARLY BIRDS KICKOFF YMCA BUILDING FUND 10
May 19, 1966 IN NEXT 6 YEARS: $12 MILLION SCHOOL COST SEEN 1
May 19, 1966 GO AHEAD GIVEN ON FRANKLIN SCHOOL 3
May 19, 1966 CIVIC CENTER GROUNDS IMPROVED 1
May 19, 1966 CANNERY CLOSES FOR HOME CANNING 1
May 19, 1966 COUNTY TO SHOW NEW ZONING MAPS 1
May 19, 1966 REDMOND PROGRAM SUCCESSFUL 3
May 19, 1966 PUBLIC INVITED TO DISCUSS SCHOOL FUNDS 3
May 19, 1966 THIRD GRADERS GO HAWAIIAN (PHOTOS) 6
May 19, 1966 HIGH SCHOOLS ELECT, NAME SPEAKERS 10
May 19, 1966 BOARD PUTS TESTING TO FINE TEST 10
May 19, 1966 W BROWN TO HEAD RHS STUDENT BODY 10
May 19, 1966 AT LWHS: BOERGER ELECTED ASB PRESIDENT (BOERGER, CHRIS) 10
May 19, 1966 ASSESSED VALUE UP IN LWSD 16
May 19, 1966 TEXTBOOKS ON DISPLAY 16
May 19, 1966 DONNA SALTER, DANIEL MULLEN 8
May 19, 1966 PEARLDYNE CHILDRESS, STEPHEN SPARLING 8
May 19, 1966 LINDA SLOAN, EDMUND VAN WINKLE 8
May 19, 1966 SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL TO HAVE 4 ART SHOWS 13
May 19, 1966 WATERFRONT FIRE SAFETY STUDIED 1
May 19, 1966 COMMITTEE NAMES A KING (KING, ALBERT) 1
May 19, 1966 CITY OKAYS PARK, STREET BOND VOTE 1
May 19, 1966 COUNTY TO SHOW NEW ZONING MAPS 1
May 19, 1966 WATERFRONT FIRE SAFETY STUDIED 1
May 19, 1966 BRIDLE TRAILS BOYS ABDUCTED INTO WOODS 1
May 19, 1966 BOYS ARRESTED FOR SHOPLIFTING 2
May 19, 1966 NARCOTICS RAID TIED TO SEATTLE 2
May 19, 1966 HOSPITAL TREATMENTS REPORTED 2
May 19, 1966 RESIDENTS TO VIEW HOSPITAL FACILITIES 11
May 19, 1966 JOHNSON, CARL 11
May 19, 1966 GEDDIS, EVELYN 13
May 19, 1966 DESTINATION KIRKLAND FOR MANY FAMILIES (WELCOME WAGON) 9
May 19, 1966 EARLY BIRDS KICKOFF YMCA BUILDING FUND 10
May 19, 1966 LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS SENDS TWO TO STATE MEET 13
May 19, 1966 REPUBLICANS NAME CONVENTION DELEGATES, ADOPT PLATFORMS 1
May 19, 1966 JUDITH LINDNER, DARRELL HENDRICKSON 8
May 26, 1966 LAKEVIEW BALLERINAS TO PRESENT FANTASY 8
May 26, 1966 SCHOTT AWARDED DIPLOMA (SCHOTT, CLARENCE) 1
May 26, 1966 FAMILY TO RECEIVE HER ATTENTION NOW (GARDNER, MRS R D) 1
May 26, 1966 SALMON BAKE TO HONOR RETIRING CARLOS SCOTT 5
May 26, 1966 JUANITA IS ALMA MATER FOR HEAD SWIMMING INSTRUCTOR (TIMMONS, BETH) 5
May 26, 1966 LOCAL TEACHER TO STUDY IN GERMANY (WOLFE, HELEN) 8
May 26, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (TANAGUCHI, JANET) 9
May 26, 1966 ARTIST'S HOME REFLECTS HER CREATIVITY (LIPETZ, LIN) 10
May 26, 1966 BUILDING OPENING DELAYED (GROCERY ON MARKET) 1
May 26, 1966 KIRKLAND RENEWAL PLAN EXPLAINED 1
May 26, 1966 UNIT DEVELOPMENT HEARING CONTINUED 1
May 26, 1966 SCHOOLS TO SEEK OVER $6 MILLION 1
May 26, 1966 11 COMPETE FOR KIWANIS SCHOLARSHIP 1
May 26, 1966 REDMOND GRADUATES 176 SENIORS 1
May 26, 1966 BACCALAUREATES SET FOR BOTH HIGH SCHOOLS 1
May 26, 1966 LW AUTO MECHANICS WIN 2ND 2
May 26, 1966 NW COLLEGE ANNOUNCES NEW FACULTY 7
May 26, 1966 CLASSROOMS MAY MOVE OUTDOORS 10
May 26, 1966 INGLEMOOR TO HOLD FIRST GRADUATION 11
May 26, 1966 LINDA MARIE AMATO, RICHARD FALK 8
May 26, 1966 MARY JANE JUNDT, JACK P LILLEFORD 8
May 26, 1966 SUSAN MCKINSTRY, RANDY BROWN 8
May 26, 1966 MARILYN MARIE NYRE, RONALD LEE DOTSON 8
May 26, 1966 HOUGHTON HAS BEAR, TOO 1
May 26, 1966 DRIVE STARTS TO CHANGE FORM OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT 3
May 26, 1966 AMUSEMENT, BIZ TAX CONSIDERED BY HOUGHTON 1
May 26, 1966 CONSTRUCTION CO FOREMAN REPORTS THEFT 2
May 26, 1966 WENTZEL, RALPH WILLIAM 2
May 26, 1966 MCMANUS, JOHN 14
May 26, 1966 WELCOME WAGON HOSTESSES FIND NEWCOMERS LIKE KIRKLAND 7
May 26, 1966 NEW LIONS CLUB FORMED 2
May 26, 1966 CITIZENS START PARK PROMOTION 1
May 26, 1966 FREIGHT RATE BOOST PROPOSED BY STATE 3
May 26, 1966 CLIPPER SAILING VESSEL LAUNCHED 1
May 26, 1966 COUNCIL TALKS ABOUT RATES FOR UTILITIES 1
June 2, 1966 CONGRATULATIONS '66 GRADUATES (PHOTO) 13
June 2, 1966 SCHOOL MUSIC 'OUTSTANDING' (LETTER FROM PATTERSON, VIRGINIA) 2
June 2, 1966 TE'S 'CLUTTERBUCK' GOOD THEATRE FARE 11
June 2, 1966 FIRST AWARD IN KIRKLAND (PHOTO OF NB OF C WINNING ALL ELECTRIC BUILDING) 3
June 2, 1966 PROGRAM TO HONOR C SCOTT (SCOTT, CARLOS) 1
June 2, 1966 BAUM SETS US RECORD (BAUM, MAURICE G) 1
June 2, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (MCBRIDE, IDA) 9
June 2, 1966 LITTLE LEAGUERS HAVE OWN RESTAURANT CHAIN 8
June 2, 1966 ROGGENKAMP NAMED AREA UGN HEAD (ROGGENKAMP, JACK) 3
June 2, 1966 LWSD TO HOLD 1ST DOUBLE GRADUATION FRI, MON 1
June 2, 1966 $6 MILLION LW BUDGET SET 1
June 2, 1966 HEARING SLATED ON SCHOOL FUNDS 1
June 2, 1966 ASSETS OF REDMOND COLLEGE SITE OUTLINED FOR STATE GROUP 1
June 2, 1966 JILL KEENEY WILL RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIP 2
June 2, 1966 GYMNASTIC REBIRTH AT KJHS (PHOTOS) 5
June 2, 1966 LARGEST GRADUATING CLASS AT NORTHWEST COLLEGE 6
June 2, 1966 ADULT EDUCATION GRADUATES LARGEST CLASS 8
June 2, 1966 REDMOND GRADUATES 11
June 2, 1966 LAKE WASH. GRADS NAMED 13
June 2, 1966 LW SCHOOLS WILL REPEAT METAL CLASS 16
June 2, 1966 KAREN HUBER, KENNETH TURNER 8
June 2, 1966 ANOTHER BEAR SIGHTING REPORTED 2
June 2, 1966 ARTS FESTIVAL (PHOTO) 1
June 2, 1966 SCRIP SALE ANNOUNCED BY KSAF 11
June 2, 1966 INVALIDS SAFE IN FIRE 1
June 2, 1966 HOUGHTON: PRESENT FIREMEN WIN COURT CASE 1
June 2, 1966 HOUGHTON FIREMEN SAY THANK YOU (LETTER) 2
June 2, 1966 HOUGHTON: PRESENT FIREMEN WIN COURT CASE 1
June 2, 1966 HOUGHTON: AGREEMENT FOR PARKS APPROVED 16
June 2, 1966 COPPER THEFT: SUSPECTED THIEVES CAUGHT IN ACT HERE 1
June 2, 1966 HOUGHTON: PRESENT FIREMEN WIN COURT CASE 1
June 2, 1966 BIRTH CONTROL CLINIC HELD ON EAST SIDE 12
June 2, 1966 PFC JERRY BRAND WEARS GREEN BERET OF ARMY 1
June 2, 1966 ARMY CAPTAIN AWARDED 4TH LEAF CLUSTER (PETERSON, FRANK W) 6
June 2, 1966 FISH, MRS HARRY 5
June 2, 1966 BURNITE, JAMES HYLAND 5
June 2, 1966 COGSWELL, BOB 6
June 2, 1966 ISACKSON, TAMA WYNONA 12
June 2, 1966 COOK, ADA 12
June 2, 1966 OLSON, ELSIE 12
June 2, 1966 NEW SERVICE GROUP FORMS (INDEPENDENT HELPERS) 8
June 2, 1966 BELLEVUEITE TO RUN IN 41ST (LEWIS, BRIAN) 3
June 2, 1966 JOURNAL WINS SAFETY AWARD 7
June 2, 1966 BAUM SETS US RECORD (BAUM, MAURICE G) 1
June 2, 1966 GYMNASTIC REBIRTH AT KJHS (PHOTOS) 5
June 2, 1966 LITTLE LEAGUERS HAVE OWN RESTAURANT CHAIN 8
June 2, 1966 NE 53RD: STREET PROPOSED FOR PARK 6
June 2, 1966 HOUGHTON: AGREEMENT FOR PARKS APPROVED 16
June 2, 1966 BAPTISTS CALL NEW PASTOR (MILLER, WILLARD G) 12
June 2, 1966 NE 53RD: STREET PROPOSED FOR PARK 6
June 2, 1966 BOND ISSUE COST STUDY UNDERWAY 2
June 2, 1966 L.I.D. 'DIGGING' STARTS 2
June 2, 1966 KATHLEEN JONDALL, JAMES LINDSTROM 8
June 9, 1966 ANTHONY'S PIZZA PLEASE - GRAND OPENING 13
June 9, 1966 TOUSSAINTS HONORED ON ANNIVERSARY (TOUSSAINT, MR AND MRS JOE) 8
June 9, 1966 LIVELY ARTS FESTIVAL CONCLUDES 11
June 9, 1966 BOY SCOUT TO RECEIVE CHURCH AWARD (ANDERSON, BRIAN) 3
June 9, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (CURRY, MIDGE) 9
June 9, 1966 PARALYZED AT BIRTH, YOUNGSTER NOW SWIMS (BROWN, CURTIS 12
June 9, 1966 LOCAL COLLEGE HONORS RETIRING DR BUTTERFIELD (BUTTERFIELD, C E) 15
June 9, 1966 SHOP CENTER EXPANSION IS BUYER'S AIM (JUANITA VILLAGE) 6
June 9, 1966 BUILDING EXTENSION INCREASED 1
June 9, 1966 SHOP CENTER EXPANSION IS BUYER'S AIM (JUANITA VILLAGE) 6
June 9, 1966 FOUR CHILDREN SAFELY RIDE RUNAWAY VEHICLE 1
June 9, 1966 CITY MANAGER TO TELL CC OF CITY PLANS 1
June 9, 1966 REDMOND, BELLEVUE IN ANNEX FIGHT 1
June 9, 1966 TWO PLATS UP FOR OK BY COUNTY 18
June 9, 1966 BIBLE CASE COULD AFFECT LWHS CLASS 6
June 9, 1966 IMPROVEMENTS RECOMMENDED BY LWCAC 6
June 9, 1966 REDMOND GRADUATES SENIORS 14
June 9, 1966 LWHS GRADUATES RECEIVE DIPLOMAS 14
June 9, 1966 SUZANNE GIBSON, MICHAEL MCGUIRE 8
June 9, 1966 CAROL ANN STADING, DENNIS FLYNN 8
June 9, 1966 EDITH MAY WILHELM, CONNIE WILLIAMS 8
June 9, 1966 TRACY WEIDE, ARTHUR WAHL 8
June 9, 1966 JULIANNE DILLMAN, WILLIAM HUTTULA 8
June 9, 1966 MONKEYSHINING MONKEY CAPTURED IN HOUGHTON CHASE 1
June 9, 1966 LIVELY ARTS FESTIVAL CONCLUDES 11
June 9, 1966 FESTIVAL BANNERS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 11
June 9, 1966 CITY MANAGER TO TELL CC OF CITY PLANS 1
June 9, 1966 COUNCIL AWARDS CITY TRUCK BID 2
June 9, 1966 FAKE QUAKE TO HIT LOCALLY IN EXERCISE 14
June 9, 1966 SWIM CLASSES START MONDAY AT JUANITA 13
June 9, 1966 POLICEMAN GIVING TICKET, AIDS BOY, 3 (WEBSTER, JERRY) 6
June 9, 1966 PARENTS HEAR SON INJURED IN VIET NAM (FLEXER, JAMES B) 2
June 9, 1966 HELSELL, FRANK 2
June 9, 1966 WRIGHT, CLARENCE HENRY 14
June 9, 1966 LINDEMOEN, ALFRED 15
June 9, 1966 CYCLE ENTHUSIASTS AMONG AREA NEWCOMERS 9
June 9, 1966 HISTORICAL GROUP ELECTS 18
June 9, 1966 KIRKLAND PO CITED FOR GROUNDS 'BEAUTY' 2
June 9, 1966 KIRKLAND RECREATION, SWIMMING DUE TO OPEN 1
June 9, 1966 HOW WAS THAT MRS HANSTROM, ERR, COACH? (HANSTROM, MARGUERITE) 4
June 9, 1966 SWIM CLASSES START MONDAY AT JUANITA 13
June 9, 1966 CHAMBERS OPPOSE TRANSIT PROPOSAL 2
June 9, 1966 CAVE-IN 'NO ACCIDENT' SAYS CONTRACTOR (LAKE WASH BLVD) 1
June 9, 1966 READ SIGNS BEFORE PARKING ON LAKE ST 1
June 9, 1966 STREET, STORM SEWER COSTS UNDER STUDY 2
June 9, 1966 81 GRANTED PLAN FUND ON SEWERS 1
June 9, 1966 JOYCE DANIELSON, JERALD HILL 8
June 16, 1966 TEENAGE DANCERS WIN IN ADULT COMPETITION 13
June 16, 1966 MONKEYS LIVEN UP - IN KITCHEN (MONTGOMERY, MONTE) 1
June 16, 1966 VISITOR TAKES POSTMAN'S HOLIDAY (COHEN, SIMONE) 8
June 16, 1966 6TH GRADERS HONOR RETIRING TEACHER (PETERSON, EDITH) 8
June 16, 1966 NEIGHBORHOOD PARTY MARKS 95TH BIRTHDAY (BIRNBAUM, ANNA) 8
June 16, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (OESTREICH, MRS HELMUT) 9
June 16, 1966 THOREAU P-TA PRESIDENT ADAPTS TO MANY ROLES (JOHNSON, SHIRLEY) 9
June 16, 1966 LW TEACHER DOING RESEARCH RESIGNS (ALBRIGHT, ALTO) 10
June 16, 1966 TRAIL SCHOOL $$ ESTIMATE DUE MONDAY 1
June 16, 1966 PLANNED Y CENTER TO BRING MYRIAD OF NEW ACTIVITIES (FLOORPLAN) 11
June 16, 1966 TRAIL SCHOOL $$ ESTIMATE DUE MONDAY 1
June 16, 1966 HOUGHTON TO ASK STATE AID ON ROAD CAVE-IN PROBLEM 1
June 16, 1966 REVIEW BOARD, IN FLUKE, KILLS OFF REDMOND ANNEXATION OF GOLF SITE 1
June 16, 1966 LW HIRES BUSINESS MANAGER (RYDER, STANLEY) 1
June 16, 1966 CAC URGES: TOTAL EFFORT TO STUDY 5-3-4 SCHOOL SYSTEM 2
June 16, 1966 CAROLINE LEE CALDWELL,  CHARLES BARBER 8
June 16, 1966 BOY, 5, 'ADOPTS' 8 BABIES (EWING, JIM) 1
June 16, 1966 ODD FLOWER, BABY BIRDS ATOP LADDER REPORTED 2
June 16, 1966 FESTIVAL PLANS TOLD TO CHAMBER 1
June 16, 1966 FRECKLES WORN BY FESTIVAL TICKET MAKERS 7
June 16, 1966 VOLUNTEERS BACKBONE OF KIRKLAND FESTIVAL 13
June 16, 1966 MANAGER SAYS: STROM SEWER SYSTEM NECESSARY TO CITY 2
June 16, 1966 HOUGHTON TO ASK STATE AID ON ROAD CAVE-IN PROBLEM 1
June 16, 1966 HOUGHTON ACCEPTS 116TH JOB 2
June 16, 1966 HOUGHTON UTILITIES TAKE-OVER ASSURED 2
June 16, 1966 POLICE INVESTIGATE SHOOTING, BELIEVED MISHAP, AT YARROW 1
June 16, 1966 SUSPECT CHASED DOWN ON FOOT - BAREFOOT!! 1
June 16, 1966 PRIMEAU APPEAL ATTORNEY RESIGNS 1
June 16, 1966 BOY CAUGHT IN 80-PLUS MPH CHASE 1
June 16, 1966 STINK BOMB HITS HOUSE 1
June 16, 1966 MCGREGOR, WILLIAM ELMER 1
June 16, 1966 GREENWOOD, ROBERT G 3
June 16, 1966 BUTCHER, ADA IDELLE 6
June 16, 1966 MURRAY, WILLIAM 7
June 16, 1966 LITTLE, NILE 10
June 16, 1966 SCHNECK, HUGH 13
June 16, 1966 WETSTEIN, JEANETTE P 13
June 16, 1966 GRAVES, FRANK 13
June 16, 1966 O'NEILL, DOROTHY 13
June 16, 1966 GIRL SCOUTS PLAN 10 YR REUNION 8
June 16, 1966 SMITH, CARNATION, HEADS 48TH GOP (SMITH, WILLIAM V S) 1
June 16, 1966 MERGED REAL ESTATE FIRMS HEADQUARTERED IN KIRKLAND 7
June 16, 1966 PROGRAMS FOR HANDICAPPED TO INCLUDE RESIDENT CAMP 10
June 16, 1966 MARY DELAY TAKES TENNIS TOURNEY TITLE THIRD TIME 4
June 16, 1966 LAMBERT SIGNS BASEBALL CONTRACT (LAMBERT, DAVE) 5
June 16, 1966 NEW E.S. PARK OFFERS CAMPING 3
June 16, 1966 LOCAL ROAD JOBS REVISED 1
June 16, 1966 HOUGHTON TO ASK STATE AID ON ROAD CAVE-IN PROBLEM 1
June 16, 1966 SILLY SIGNS (PHOTOS) 2
June 16, 1966 HOUGHTON ACCEPTS 116TH JOB 2
June 16, 1966 HOUGHTON UTILITIES TAKE-OVER ASSURED 2
June 16, 1966 LYNN LEISCHNER, LESTER MINARD JR 8
June 16, 1966 CAROL RAHNASTO, JAMES PAULSON 8
June 16, 1966 ANITA BREKNE, JOHNNY M SHELTON 8
June 23, 1966 JUANITA COUPLE WED 60 YEARS (BENNETT, MR AND MRS W J) 9
June 23, 1966 CITY ART COMMISSION CONDUCTS SIGN STUDY 12
June 23, 1966 KIRKLAND ARTIST DELIVERS MOSAIC TO CANADIAN CHURCH (ROSIN, FRANK) 15
June 23, 1966 JUANITA BANK HEAD CHANGING (ENGEL, ROBERT) 10
June 23, 1966 FIRE CHIEF'S PROBLEM: HOW TO PUT OUT - LION (SEA LION - ANDERSON, ANDY) 1
June 23, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (ADAMS, ALICE) 9
June 23, 1966 REDMOND BOY PICKED FOR BOYS' NATION (GALL, STEVE) 10
June 23, 1966 NORWEGIAN HITCH HIKING TRAVELER CIRCLES GLOBE (GAUSTRADES, HAROLD) 11
June 23, 1966 CLUTTERBUCK IS PROMOTED TO E WASH (CLUTTERBUCK, NORMAN) 11
June 23, 1966 KIRKLAND ARTIST DELIVERS MOSAIC TO CANADIAN CHURCH (ROSIN, FRANK) 15
June 23, 1966 STATION REZONE TURNED DOWN: PLANNING PREMISES APPROVED 3
June 23, 1966 VOTERS TO ACT ON LW BUILDING LEVY 1
June 23, 1966 6-FT PRAM STALLS, 2 RESCUED 1
June 23, 1966 FATAL CYCLE CRASH UNDER INVESTIGATION 2
June 23, 1966 STATION REZONE TURNED DOWN: PLANNING PREMISES APPROVED 3
June 23, 1966 ROSE HILL R-3 ASKED 15
June 23, 1966 SKIMMING SKI COUNCIL WINS BUS USE 1
June 23, 1966 WIESEN REPLACES C SCOTT (WIESEN, ROBERT) 1
June 23, 1966 AT MARK TWAIN: CHILDREN 'EXPERIENCE' ART, MUSIC ON PILOT PROGRAM 6
June 23, 1966 LW CHANGES POLICY ON FIRE INSURANCE 10
June 23, 1966  TOMORROW 'BACKWARDS' AT ROSE HILL 11
June 23, 1966 JUDY ANN HEATH, GORDON CRAIG 8
June 23, 1966 KARLA TERRELL, SAMUEL HANSEN 8
June 23, 1966 DEER STILL COME TO JUANITA HOME 11
June 23, 1966 'FORMULA FOR SURVIVAL' OF ADOPTED BIRDS 15
June 23, 1966 BUMPER HARVEST OF SCRIP (PHOTO) 12
June 23, 1966 LW CHANGES POLICY ON FIRE INSURANCE 10
June 23, 1966 MANAGER OUTLINES PROPOSED STORM SEWER FUNDS 1
June 23, 1966 COUNTY GOVERNMENT PROPOSAL EXPLAINED 2
June 23, 1966 3 STOLEN, 3 FOUND, 3 DAYS 1
June 23, 1966 MEDICARE OKAY GOES TO KIRKLAND HOSPITAL 1
June 23, 1966 TEA HONORS WOMAN MEDIC IN VIETNAM (SMITH, PATRICIA) 6
June 23, 1966 W FOXAL TO BECOME 'AIRCAT' 7
June 23, 1966 BRONZE MEDAL FOR HEROISM AWARDED KIRKLAND SOLDIER (CARPENTER, WES) 10
June 23, 1966 WICK, RAIDER ARNOLD 3
June 23, 1966 BAILEY, CLARENCE 9
June 23, 1966 LEGAZ, MICHAEL 15
June 23, 1966 JAMES, STEPHEN JOHN 15
June 23, 1966 MENTAL HEALTH GROUP MEETINGS HELD HERE 8
June 23, 1966 EAGLES HERE TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY 8
June 23, 1966 NEW LIONS CLUB NAMES OFFICERS 10
June 23, 1966 WEEDS DON'T GROW WHERE GARDEN CLUB LADIES ARE 9
June 23, 1966 FREEHOLDER VOTE SOUGHT BY PETITIONS 2
June 23, 1966 48TH DISTRICT LEGISLATORS TO RUN AGAIN 13
June 23, 1966 SENATOR THOMPSON SEEKING THIRD TERM 13
June 23, 1966 LEADERS FOR PELLY ANNOUNCED 13
June 23, 1966 REP LELAND ACTIVE IN ROAD LEGISLATION 13
June 23, 1966 REP JAMES ANDERSON 1ST ELECTED IN 1958 13
June 23, 1966 POST OFFICE COMMENDATION (PHOTO) 3
June 23, 1966 LIFEGUARDS (PHOTOS) 5
June 23, 1966 NEW SWIM LESSON SESSIONS TO BEGIN 5
June 23, 1966 REDMOND BALL FIELD LIGHTS COST ESTIMATED $5000 5
June 23, 1966 BOARD HAS MARYMOOR PARK PLAN 10
June 23, 1966 COMPLAINT MADE ABOUT PARK DUST 11
June 23, 1966 CATHOLIC, PROTESTANT VISITS EXCHANGE (PHOTOS) 1
June 23, 1966 MINISTER HERE REAPPOINTED (OCHELTREE, R D - METHODIST) 8
June 23, 1966 ROSE HILL R-3 ASKED 15
June 23, 1966 KIRKLAND HONORED (AAA) 15
June 23, 1966 TAXI OPERATION COMPLAINT READ 1
June 23, 1966 ROADS GROUP VERSUS TRANSIT PLAN 11
June 23, 1966 EAST SIDE HEARING SET ON MASS RAPID TRANSIT 15
June 23, 1966 GOV PREDICTS INTERCHANGE DONE OCT 1 1
June 23, 1966 SEE THAT NO-LEFT SIGN (PHOTO AT COMMERCIAL & LAKE ST) 2
June 23, 1966 MANAGER OUTLINES PROPOSED STORM SEWER FUNDS 1
June 23, 1966 MANAGER OUTLINES PROPOSED STORM SEWER FUNDS 1
June 23, 1966 WEST COAST INSTALLS CABLE 2
June 23, 1966 ANNA MORELLI, JOHN JARED MASON 8
June 23, 1966 KATHLEEN KEARE, ERIC JOHN LEAVENWORTH 8
June 30, 1966 COUPLE OBSERVES 54TH ANNIVERSARY (SOMERS, MR AND MRS JOHN B) 8
June 30, 1966 RED-HAIRED BAGPIPER TO PERFORM IN FESTIVAL (JAMISON, GEORGE) 1
June 30, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (KOSTENBADER, TORIE) 9
June 30, 1966 PLANNED VFW BUILDING (SKETCH) 11
June 30, 1966 2 SCHOOLS VANDALIZED 2
June 30, 1966 COMMUNITY EFFORT MULLED FOR RHS ATHLETIC FIELD 5
June 30, 1966 RISING COSTS KILL PROJECT (HANDBALL COURT AT RHS) 7
June 30, 1966 RETIREMENT COMMUNITY ESTABLISHED (GOLDEN FOUNTAINS ESTATE) 7
June 30, 1966 TO HELP MEET HOUSING SHORTAGE (PHOTO OF CONSTRUCTION AT MONT CLARE) 13
June 30, 1966 2-CHURCH YOUTH PROGRAM STRESSES COMMUNITY SERVICE 1
June 30, 1966 'BABY' WANTS TO RUN AS 'MAMMA' ENTERS PET SHOW 14
June 30, 1966 210-LOTS PROPOSED AT JUANITA 1
June 30, 1966 DAUGHTER OF MIGRANT WORKER TEACHES OTHERS (RUIZ, ELENA) 1
June 30, 1966 RADCLIFFE MOVES TO STATE LEVEL (RADCLIFFE, BILL) 1
June 30, 1966 COUNCIL RECOMMENDS FOOTBALL FOR E.S. COLLEGE 12
June 30, 1966 30 SENIORS MAKE RHS HONOR ROLL 14
June 30, 1966 FOURTEEN 'A' STUDENTS NAMED IN KJHS ROLL 14
June 30, 1966 MARILYN STUNTZ, LEONARD "BUD" ALMOND JR 8
June 30, 1966 RED-HAIRED BAGPIPER TO PERFORM IN FESTIVAL (JAMISON, GEORGE) 1
June 30, 1966 FESTIVAL BUILDINGS 'RENAMED' 11
June 30, 1966 PUBLISHER KNIGHTED FOR ARTS FESTIVAL (MORGAN, CHARLES O) 11
June 30, 1966 COTTAGE LAKE FIREWORKS SLATED FOR 9:30 SUNDAY 3
June 30, 1966 210-LOTS PROPOSED AT JUANITA 1
June 30, 1966 'GHOST' SHIPYARDS TURNING OUT VESSELS (PHOTOS) 1
June 30, 1966 WINDOWS SHOT OUT 1
June 30, 1966 2 SCHOOLS VANDALIZED 2
June 30, 1966 FENCE CASE TO DRAG ON (PRIMEAU) 3
June 30, 1966 $85 SCULPTURE REPORTED STOLEN 3
June 30, 1966 BREAK-IN REPORTED 4
June 30, 1966 JUANITAN SENTENCED (HENDRICKSON, ARDLE) 12
June 30, 1966 LOCAL POLICE, FBI ARREST MAN 12
June 30, 1966 LIBRARY BONDS: IMPLICATIONS, BUT NO DIRECT AFFECT IN INCORPORATED AREAS 2
June 30, 1966 LEVY TO PAY OFF HOSPITAL BONDS 12
June 30, 1966 SCHMITT, GEORGE 11
June 30, 1966 YMCA FUND DRIVE PASSES $100,000 1
June 30, 1966 LONDON, ENGLAND, FORMER HOME OF NEWCOMERS (WELCOME WAGON) 8
June 30, 1966 RECOVERY, INC HELPS EASE MODERN TENSIONS 10
June 30, 1966 COUGAR PITCHER NAMED 7 PROGRAM DIRECTOR (STEPHENS, BOB) 13
June 30, 1966 PLANNED VFW BUILDING (SKETCH) 11
June 30, 1966 NEW PRECINCTS (MAP) 12
June 30, 1966 SUBSCRIPTION RATES INCREASE 1
June 30, 1966 WRITER BACKS SPORTS STADIUM BUILT WITH PUBLIC SUPPORT (RICHARDS, M KEITH) 2
June 30, 1966 LW SADDLED CLUB PLANS LARGEST ANDS BEST SHOW 5
June 30, 1966 2-CHURCH YOUTH PROGRAM STRESSES COMMUNITY SERVICE 1
June 30, 1966 BAPTIST TO SPONSOR CONFERENCE 13
June 30, 1966 'GHOST' SHIPYARDS TURNING OUT VESSELS (PHOTOS) 1
June 30, 1966 FREE PHONING KIRKLAND, DUVALL 12
June 30, 1966 VICKY SCHOENMAKER, STEPHEN BOWDISH 8
June 30, 1966 CAROLYN ANDERSON, WARREN RIECKE 8
July 6, 1966 THEATRE SCHEDULES TRYOUTS 8
July 6, 1966 BANK AMERICARDS AVAILABLE SOON 9
July 6, 1966 NBC ANNOUNCES 5% RATE ON CERTIFICATE 10
July 6, 1966 EX-HOUGHTON CHIEF HURT (RAUGHT, VERNE) 1
July 6, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (LARSEN, LOWIE) 9
July 6, 1966 MOUNTAIN GLACIERS HOME TO LOCAL FINN HILL FAMILY (LACHAPELLE, ED) 11
July 6, 1966 TOTEM POLE TELLS SCOUTING HISTORY OF FATHER AND SON (HEATH, ROBERT) 12
July 6, 1966 HEARING SET ON STATION 1
July 6, 1966 62 HOMES IN STRATTONWOOD SUBDIVISION 16
July 6, 1966 REDMOND BOY SERIOUSLY HURT AT 124TH (SANDIFORD, WILLIAM JAY) 1
July 6, 1966 FALLING THROUGH CEILING, TOT SAVED BY LANDING ON CANINE (BOYD, LESLI KAY) 1
July 6, 1966 BOB LIGHTFELDT HEADS DOWNTOWN MODERNIZATION 1
July 6, 1966 HEAD START HELPS PRESCHOOLERS GROW 10
July 6, 1966 62 HOMES IN STRATTONWOOD SUBDIVISION 16
July 6, 1966 LW SCHOOL DISTRICT ADDS TWO ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENTS 3
July 6, 1966 RJHS NAMES HONOR STUDENTS 7
July 6, 1966 FRIENDS BID ADIEU TO NOBUKO (YAMASAKI, NOBUKO) 8
July 6, 1966 HEAD START HELPS PRESCHOOLERS GROW 10
July 6, 1966 LW JUNIOR IS EXCHANGE STUDENT (JORGENSON, MIKE) 12
July 6, 1966 LORELI ST JOHNS, WILLIAM HUFTY 8
July 6, 1966 POLLUTION BLAMED ON LACK OF SEWERS: JUANITA BEACH ORDERED CLOSED 1
July 6, 1966 RAW SEWAGE OVERFLOW VIEWED UNLIKELY HERE 3
July 6, 1966 FESTIVAL FOLDERS NOW AVAILABLE FOR MAILING 6
July 6, 1966 SAWDUST BURNS IN CHICKEN HOUSE 12
July 6, 1966 HISTORY OF KIRKLAND GATHERED TO ACQUAINT NEWCOMERS 13
July 6, 1966 A LITTLE BIT OF KIRKLAND HAS DISAPPEARED FOREVER (LESCHI) 13
July 6, 1966 PETER KIRK HOME (PHOTO) 13
July 6, 1966 4TH REPORTED PEACEFUL HERE 3
July 6, 1966 HEARING SET ON STATION 1
July 6, 1966 POLLUTION BLAMED ON LACK OF SEWERS: JUANITA BEACH ORDERED CLOSED 1
July 6, 1966 PETER KIRK HOME (PHOTO) 13
July 6, 1966 POLLUTION BLAMED ON LACK OF SEWERS: JUANITA BEACH ORDERED CLOSED 1
July 6, 1966 POLLUTION BLAMED ON LACK OF SEWERS: JUANITA BEACH ORDERED CLOSED 1
July 6, 1966 $2205 LOSS REPORTED IN BURGLARY OF HOUSE 1
July 6, 1966 EMERGENCIES SAID LIGHT AT HOSPITAL 10
July 6, 1966 MOE, MELVIN 3
July 6, 1966 WHITLEY, NORMAN 5
July 6, 1966 MOE, MELVIN A 5
July 6, 1966 BENJAMIN, WILLIAM A 5
July 6, 1966 RUSSELL, FLORENCE ELIZABETH 5
July 6, 1966 SUTTON, GEORGE 5
July 6, 1966 CONNER, DORA THERESA 10
July 6, 1966 RIFE, ESTHER 10
July 6, 1966 READ, F MARION 10
July 6, 1966 CLOSE, JOHN 10
July 6, 1966 WELCOME WAGON HOSTESS GREETS 7-WEEK-OLD BABY 8
July 6, 1966 BLUECHEL WANTS STATE CONSTITUTION UPDATED 6
July 6, 1966 SDRAWKCAB DAY PLANNED 8
July 6, 1966 SET STATE CONNIE MACK TOURNEY HERE 4
July 6, 1966 OVERNIGHT CAMPS OPEN TO CHILDREN 5
July 6, 1966 BUTTERFIELD NAMED TO MEET (BUTTERFIELD, C E) 2
July 6, 1966 A LITTLE BIT OF KIRKLAND HAS DISAPPEARED FOREVER (LESCHI) 13
July 6, 1966 E.S. HAS ITS TRANSIT SAY TODAY 1
July 6, 1966 4-LANING AT SLOUGH IN 1970? 1
July 6, 1966 POLLUTION BLAMED ON LACK OF SEWERS: JUANITA BEACH ORDERED CLOSED 1
July 6, 1966 RAW SEWAGE OVERFLOW VIEWED UNLIKELY HERE 3
July 6, 1966 WATER DIST TO SELL LANDS 9
July 6, 1966 DIST 81 TAKES OVER 12
July 6, 1966 JOANNE STIPCICH, NORMAN BERGERON 8
July 6, 1966 MONIQUE BEAUSSANT, THOMAS D OSTERMAN 8
July 14, 1966 DRIFTWOOD ARTISTS SET 3RD SHOW 8
July 14, 1966 BOY WINS $20 REWARD (NORDLAND, MARK) 1
July 14, 1966 BOY, 4, NEEDS BLOOD FOR HEART SURGERY (SANGER, GREG) 1
July 14, 1966 JUANITA COUPLE ON COMMITTEE (BOND, MR AND MRS BASIL) 8
July 14, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (SWANSON, TRENA) 9
July 14, 1966 DEBRA COLE IS SEAFAIR PRINCESS 9
July 14, 1966 CONSTRUCTION AT 5 SCHOOLS PROGRESSING 5
July 14, 1966 EASEMENT GRANTED ON COLLEGE SITE 14
July 14, 1966 GROUND BREAKING SET FOR CHURCH (LAKEVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST) 8
July 14, 1966 MOBILE-HOME ZONE ASKED AT INGLEWOOD 3
July 14, 1966 CIRCUSED KIRKLAND BALLOONED, FESTOONED (CIRCUS DAYS) 1
July 14, 1966 TIME OIL APPEALS COMMERCIAL ZONING DENIAL ON MARKET ST 2
July 14, 1966 GLASS FALLS, CUTTING LEG (POCOCK, WADE) 1
July 14, 1966 DOWNTOWN PROJECT TAKES STEP 1
July 14, 1966 REDMOND, JUANITA FOOT RACES: TWO LEGS BETTER THAN THREE!!! 6
July 14, 1966 TIME OIL APPEALS COMMERCIAL ZONING DENIAL ON MARKET ST 2
July 14, 1966 MOBILE-HOME ZONE ASKED AT INGLEWOOD 3
July 14, 1966 REDUCED LOT SIZE APPROVED 3
July 14, 1966 BOARD OKS LW STUDY BY DAVIES 2
July 14, 1966 SCHOOL BOARD OKAYS USE OF THREE PILOT PROGRAMS 3
July 14, 1966 JUANITA SCHOOL: PROGRAM SHOWS VALUE OF INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION 3
July 14, 1966 CONTINUATION OF METAL FAB TRAINING OK 3
July 14, 1966 TEEN-MODELS GRADUATE (PHOTO) 8
July 14, 1966 FHJH BUS-WAIT AREA TABLED FOR LEGAL ADVICE 14
July 14, 1966 ANNA JEANNE HARMON, PARKER SMITH JR 8
July 14, 1966 POLLUTION STOPPED: BEACH OPENING HOPED FOR THIS WEEKEND 1
July 14, 1966 AT  VASA: 'ERROR' DUMPS SEWAGE 14
July 14, 1966 RESIGNED FIREMEN RECEIVE PAY LATE 14
July 14, 1966 L.I.D. BOND INTEREST UPPED 1
July 14, 1966 IN HOUGHTON: WATER-SEWER VOTE NEEDED 2
July 14, 1966 HOUGHTON POLICE ASK FOR FUNDS 2
July 14, 1966 DISTRICT FILES TO ANNEX JUANITA 1
July 14, 1966 POLLUTION STOPPED: BEACH OPENING HOPED FOR THIS WEEKEND 1
July 14, 1966 POLLUTION STOPPED: BEACH OPENING HOPED FOR THIS WEEKEND 1
July 14, 1966 POLLUTION STOPPED: BEACH OPENING HOPED FOR THIS WEEKEND 1
July 14, 1966 PARTY 'BLOWS UP' AS POLICE ARRIVE 1
July 14, 1966 GOLF COURSE VANDALIZED 1
July 14, 1966 NEW COURT NAME: NORTH-EAST DIST 1
July 14, 1966 FINAL CONTINUANCE GRANTED PRIMEAUS 2
July 14, 1966 HOUGHTON POLICE ASK FOR FUNDS 2
July 14, 1966 BREAK-IN ATTEMPT REPORTED AT KJH 3
July 14, 1966 MISSILE SITE -- MAJOR LOCAL AREA INDUSTRY (PHOTOS) 16
July 14, 1966 NOON, MARY 2
July 14, 1966 SUNDHOLM, MARTHA C 3
July 14, 1966 HEATH, ROBERT 16
July 14, 1966 CANDIDATE FILING OPEN JULY 25-29 2
July 14, 1966 BOTHELLITE ANNOUNCES FOR CORONER (JENSEN, ERIC) 20
July 14, 1966 REDMOND, JUANITA FOOT RACES: TWO LEGS BETTER THAN THREE!!! 6
July 14, 1966 STORM SEWER, PARK BONDS ON SAME BALLOT 1
July 14, 1966 BOEING FAVORS PERIPHERY SYSTEM, LEGISLATORS TOLD 5
July 14, 1966 SIGN HELPS TRAFFIC (PHOTO) 2
July 14, 1966 BRIDGE TRAFFIC RUNS 22% AHEAD OF 1965 10
July 14, 1966 DISTRICT FILES TO ANNEX JUANITA 1
July 14, 1966 STORM SEWER, PARK BONDS ON SAME BALLOT 1
July 14, 1966 IN HOUGHTON: WATER-SEWER VOTE NEEDED 2
July 21, 1966 FAMILY HONORS JUANITA COUPLE, WED 50 YEARS (HAZELET, CALVIN & NAN) 8
July 21, 1966 GALLERY SHOW TO OPEN 6
July 21, 1966 UC ELECTS BARNHILL TREASURER (BARNHILL, DAVID P) PX-4
July 21, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (BAIER, ALICE) 12
July 21, 1966 HOSPITAL IMPROVED: NURSES LOOK OUT WHERE PROUD PAPAS LOOKED IN 1
July 21, 1966 PUBLIC SUPPORT SOUGHT FOR COLLEGE 1
July 21, 1966 NO CAUSE FOUND FOR TOWER COLLAPSE (WATER TOWER ON FINN HILL) 2
July 21, 1966 DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE SCHEDULED 5
July 21, 1966 BEAR SEEN TWICE IN HOUGHTON 1
July 21, 1966 JUANITA BEACH REOPENED, SWIMMING LESSONS RESUMED 5
July 21, 1966 FESTIVAL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED 1
July 21, 1966 JAZZ TRIO TO CLIMAX SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL (BYRD, CHARLIE) 9
July 21, 1966 FESTIVAL VOLUNTEERS PIONEER FIRST EVENT 10
July 21, 1966 TELEVISION SHOW ON ARTS FESTIVAL 13
July 21, 1966 CANDLE FLAMES BURN BOY, 7 (HUSS, DAVID) 1
July 21, 1966 CROSSWALKS, SIGNS OKAYED 11
July 21, 1966 JUANITA BEACH REOPENED, SWIMMING LESSONS RESUMED 5
July 21, 1966 JUANITA BEACH REOPENED, SWIMMING LESSONS RESUMED 5
July 21, 1966 JUANITA BEACH REOPENED, SWIMMING LESSONS RESUMED 5
July 21, 1966 MERGER, NEW COURT NAME APPROVED PX-4
July 21, 1966 THEFTS REPORTED IN AUTO, HOUSE PX-4
July 21, 1966 MAN SAYS HE'LL FIGHT FIRE PLUG PARKING TICKET (MORRISON, J L) 3
July 21, 1966 TELEVISION SHOW ON ARTS FESTIVAL 13
July 21, 1966 HOSPITAL IMPROVED: NURSES LOOK OUT WHERE PROUD PAPAS LOOKED IN 1
July 21, 1966 FOSTER, MARY PX-4
July 21, 1966 TIEMEYER, ESTHER R 6
July 21, 1966 WILDMAN, EGBERT (BARNEY) 6
July 21, 1966 RAAUM, JOHN V 6
July 21, 1966 FIKE, JOHN 13
July 21, 1966 PRATT, FRANK 13
July 21, 1966 COUSINS ARE AREA NEWCOMERS (WELCOME WAGON) 11
July 21, 1966 BOYS, TOTS SHARRE FUN OF GIRL SCOUT DAY CAMP 10
July 21, 1966 200 WITNESS KIRKLAND LIONS CLUB CHARTERING 5
July 21, 1966 PARK, STORM SEWER BONDS ON BALLOT 2
July 21, 1966 T PELLY TO RUN 3
July 21, 1966 JOURNAL WINS U.S. AWARDS 1
July 21, 1966 REPORT RECOMMENDS: CITY BUY GOLF COURSE 1
July 21, 1966 ROSE HILL SEWER LINE HOOKUPS TO BE STUDIED 13
July 21, 1966 LOCAL CITY CENSUSES INCREASE 1
July 21, 1966 DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE SCHEDULED 5
July 21, 1966 CAB STAND TO CHANGE 2
July 21, 1966 NO-LEFT ON LAKE HELD VALID PX-4
July 21, 1966 CROSSWALKS, SIGNS OKAYED 11
July 21, 1966 APPROVAL NEAR FOR NEW KIRKLAND-DIST 81 CONTRACT PX-4
July 21, 1966 AFTER VOTE: WATER-SEWER CHANGE MOVED TO JAN 1 PX-4
July 21, 1966 ROSE HILL SEWER LINE HOOKUPS TO BE STUDIED 13
July 21, 1966 WATERSHED OFFER MADE 13
July 21, 1966 WEST COAST STAFF CHANGE 13
July 21, 1966 'WORST' LIGHTNING STORM HITS; CLOUDBURST SOAKS KIRKLAND 1
July 21, 1966 KATHRYN KAY HOWARD, ROBERT ALLEN BAILEY 8
July 21, 1966 SHARON JOHNSON, JAMES MCDERMID 8
July 21, 1966 LEA ANNA MARIE LANGLEY, EDMUND WOOD 8
July 21, 1966 KAREN HUBER, KENNETH TURNER 8
July 21, 1966 CAROL JEANNE GARDINER, JOHN HORLACHER 8
July 28, 1966 KIRKLAND COUPLE, WED 50 YEARS, TO BE HONORED (SIMMONS, MR AND MRS TOM) 9
July 28, 1966 CRITIC TO PRESENT 'HAPPENING' HERE (ROBBINS, TOM) 1
July 28, 1966 LIVELY ARTS PLAYERS TO PERFORM 'NIGHT MUST FALL' 10
July 28, 1966 PEACE CORPS SENDING BRATT TO MICRONESIA (BRATT, THOMAS J) 1
July 28, 1966 HOLY FAMILY PUPIL STUDIES AT SUPERIOR (RICHARDS, MICHAEL) 3
July 28, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (AASHEIM, MRS HELMER) 9
July 28, 1966 EAST SIDE TO MAKE PITCH FOR REDMOND COLLEGE TUES 1
July 28, 1966 NEW WING HALF-DONE AT COLLEGE 11
July 28, 1966 PLANNED UNIT ORDINANCE RECOMMENDED 6
July 28, 1966 MOORLAND PLAT SLATED AUG 9TH 16
July 28, 1966 BOULEVARD WATER MAIN SNAPS, GEYSER FLOODS MARINA (PHOTO) 2
July 28, 1966 DOWNTOWN PROGRAM TAKES STRIDES FORWARD 1
July 28, 1966 TEENS START TEEN MEETING SPOT - 'IT' 1
July 28, 1966 SPACE EVENT SET TOMORROW FOR CHILDREN 4
July 28, 1966 COMMISSION RECOMMENDS R-3W FOR WATERFRONT 3
July 28, 1966 2 HEARINGS SET, REZONES APPROVED 3
July 28, 1966 PLANNED UNIT ORDINANCE RECOMMENDED 6
July 28, 1966 MOORLAND PLAT SLATED AUG 9TH 16
July 28, 1966 ARGENTINA DESTINATION OF EXCHANGE STUDENTS (STRAND, P & RICHARDSON, P) 8
July 28, 1966 JACQUELYN SOLVANG, HARVEY COX JR 8
July 28, 1966 ALETA SAWTELL, ROGER REBHUHN 8
July 28, 1966 FREDDA PRUEITT, ROBERT G LEHAN 8
July 28, 1966 MARTHA CARSON, ROBERT C DAVIDSON JR 9
July 28, 1966 ELIZABETH (BETTY) JEWELL, ERLING L TUNGSETH 9
July 28, 1966 2 KIRKLAND GIRLS ARE SEAFAIR PRINCESSES (ANDTETT, D & MERRIWEATHER, C) 1
July 28, 1966 FESTIVAL FOOD TO BE GOURMET QUALITY 10
July 28, 1966 ODDS FAVOR CLEAR SKIES FOR BELLEVUE ART FAIR 10
July 28, 1966 FESTIVAL INCLUDES STAGE PRODUCTIONS 11
July 28, 1966 FESTIVAL OFFICE SEEMS TO ATTRACT WILDLIFE TROUPERS 11
July 28, 1966 HOUGHTON UTILITY 'VOTE' EXPLAINED 12
July 28, 1966 HOUGHTON L.I.D. 6 BID LET 12
July 28, 1966 COMMISSION RECOMMENDS R-3W FOR WATERFRONT 3
July 28, 1966 YOUTH NABBED AFTER JUMP OUT POLICE STATION WINDOW 1
July 28, 1966 ORDINANCE PASSED FOR POLICE FUNDS 12
July 28, 1966 SERVICE STATION POP MACHINES HIT 12
July 28, 1966 NEW NORTH COUNTY 'COURTHOUSE' OPEN 12
July 28, 1966 TAVERN LOSES $315, 50 PANES BROKEN AT LWHS 12
July 28, 1966 MEAT FIRM BURGLARIZED 12
July 28, 1966 ARMY CITES MARKEE FOR SAFE DRIVING (MARKEE, VIRGIL M) 3
July 28, 1966 CARLSON, ERNEST A 2
July 28, 1966 STEVENS, GARDENER 12
July 28, 1966 COLLINS, CECILIA 13
July 28, 1966 TIMMERMAN, LEROY E 13
July 28, 1966 THORSBY, ROBIN MARIE 16
July 28, 1966 PUBLISHERS HONORED (PHOTO  OF MORGAN, CHARLES O) 11
July 28, 1966 T-BIRD RACERS ARRIVING 1
July 28, 1966 FOR TOURNEY: LIGHTING PROBLEM OVER FOR PRESENT 4
July 28, 1966 2 LOCAL CITIES' INTERCHANGES DESIGNED 1
July 28, 1966 NE 124TH EXTENSION DELAYED 1
July 28, 1966 START OF 4-WAY STOP UNDECIDED (STATE & 68TH) 1
July 28, 1966 NEW LIGHTS GOING IN AT INTERSECTION (LAKE ST & KIRKLAND AVE) 1
July 28, 1966 UNDERPASS WIDENING PROPOSED (NE 68TH) 1
July 28, 1966 DISTRESS SYSTEM PROPOSED ON SPAN 2
July 28, 1966 ROADS NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR UPKEEP 12
July 28, 1966 PHONE JOB IS STARTED 2
July 28, 1966 BOULEVARD WATER MAIN SNAPS, GEYSER FLOODS MARINA (PHOTO) 2
July 28, 1966 SEWER RATE VARIANCE JUSTIFIED 12
July 28, 1966 HOUGHTON UTILITY 'VOTE' EXPLAINED 12
July 28, 1966 HOUGHTON L.I.D. 6 BID LET 12
July 28, 1966 KATHLEEN ANN ROSS, R JOHN SLOAN JR 8
July 28, 1966 NAOMI SHOEMAKER, KEITH AUSTIN 8
July 28, 1966 DOROTHY SUE HART, WARD CLARKE 8
July 28, 1966 SANDRA GREENHALGH, THOMAS S GREEN 8
August 4, 1966 65 YEARS WED NOTED BY MACKS (MACK, MR AND MRS OSCAR) 8
August 4, 1966 ARTISTS IN SHOW SELF DISCIPLINED 10
August 4, 1966 LITTLE LEAGUER ALREADY (PHOTO OF BROWN, MIKE) 1
August 4, 1966 COUPLE'S HAPPY RETURNS RETURNED BY EISENHOWERS (BURRELL, M C) 1
August 4, 1966 REDMONDER WITH HUMPHREY SENATORS (PHOTO OF GALL, STEVE N) 6
August 4, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (KOMJATHY, LONNYE) 9
August 4, 1966 TIME OIL HEARING: CONTROL PROPOSED FOR PROPERTY USE 1
August 4, 1966 EAST SIDE STATES CASE FOR 4-YEAR COLLEGE 2
August 4, 1966 SCHOOL STAFF, SPACE SHORT, BOARD HEARS 3
August 4, 1966 KIRKLAND UGN GOAL SET 6
August 4, 1966 MR, MRS SPACE SELECTED (PHOTOS OF CHILDREN IN COSTUMES) 5
August 4, 1966 TIME OIL HEARING: CONTROL PROPOSED FOR PROPERTY USE 1
August 4, 1966 KIRKLAND 'PLAN' TO BE OUTLINED 1
August 4, 1966 STAN RYDER STARTS WORK 1
August 4, 1966 COORDINATOR POST FILLED (NELSON, JAMES) 1
August 4, 1966 COST TO RUN COLLEGE HERE ESTIMATED 2
August 4, 1966 EAST SIDE STATES CASE FOR 4-YEAR COLLEGE 2
August 4, 1966 SCHOOL STAFF, SPACE SHORT, BOARD HEARS 3
August 4, 1966 TEACHER AWARDED FELLOWSHIP (HANSON, LYLE) 16
August 4, 1966 PATRICIA UNDERHILL, WILLIAM T NUTT 8
August 4, 1966 JACQULYN HULET, WILLIAM H LARSON 8
August 4, 1966 PET OR NOT, OFFICER WON'T TRUST A SKUNK 1
August 4, 1966 MAMA DUCK FLABBERGASTED WHEN HER BABIES SHUN WATER 3
August 4, 1966 FESTIVAL POETRY ENTRY IS BLANK VERSE - MAYBE? 1
August 4, 1966 MODELING FESTIVAL TUNIC (PHOTO OF HAGGARD, SUE) 10
August 4, 1966 LOCAL MEN ON TOP FIRE-FIGHTING CREW 7
August 4, 1966 KIRKLAND 'PLAN' TO BE OUTLINED 1
August 4, 1966 CITY PURCHASES NEW DUMP TRUCK 1
August 4, 1966 HEARINGS SET ON SEWER ANNEXATIONS AT JUANITA 1
August 4, 1966 JUDGE, HUSBAND, TWO OTHERS FILE 1
August 4, 1966 ALLEN, CHARLES 2
August 4, 1966 KAVALESKI, EDWARD 3
August 4, 1966 BLEDSOE, ROSA LEE 5
August 4, 1966 WENTZ, RUSSELL 5
August 4, 1966 MATTSON, DUANE H 6
August 4, 1966 NEWCOMERS' LIST FROM ENGLAND GROWS (WELCOME WAGON) 9
August 4, 1966 FISHING WAS GOOD (PHOTO OF FISHERMEN) 11
August 4, 1966 INTERNATIONAL RACES START (SAILBOATS) 1
August 4, 1966 JUANITA SAILING CLUB HOSTS STATE REGATTA 4
August 4, 1966 STATE TOURNEY OPENS HERE SATURDAY 4
August 4, 1966 DES IS PROMOTED TO PE COORDINATOR (CHAROUHAS, DES) 4
August 4, 1966 GOLF COURSE USE AFFIRMED 3
August 4, 1966 405 COMPLETION SEEN IN LATE '68 1
August 4, 1966 JUANITA SPAN REPORT GIVEN 1
August 4, 1966 HEARINGS SET ON SEWER ANNEXATIONS AT JUANITA 1
August 4, 1966 PHONE FIRM PLANS LARGER BASE AREA 3
August 4, 1966 SHARON WHITTEY, ALAN B SCOTT 8
August 4, 1966 BEVERLY LOGAN, ROBERT ALAN MCCHESNEY 8
August 4, 1966 CAROL LARSON, GERALD BETZOLD 8
August 4, 1966 PEARLDYNE CHILDRESS, STEPHEN S SPARLING 8
August 4, 1966 JEANETTE O'DONNELL, DAN ENSLOW 8
August 11, 1966 AD FOR AWARDS WON BY EAST  SIDE JOURNAL 12B
August 11, 1966 FAMILY HONORS BECKERS (BECKER, MR AND MRS WILLIAM J) 9
August 11, 1966 BALLET PERFORMER HERE WITH CHORALE 12A
August 11, 1966 GALLERY HOLDS PARTY FOR RADCLIFFE FAREWELL (RADCLIFFE, WILLIAM) 6
August 11, 1966 GOV PICKS JAL HALLS FOR BOARD 1
August 11, 1966 YMCA DELEGATE FOUND YOUTH DISCUSSIONS OPEN (MORGAN, GREG) 3
August 11, 1966 SCREAMING-10" SING (PHOTO OF CHILDREN WITH SIMPSON, WARREN J) 5
August 11, 1966 SINGING 'SCHOOL MARM' IN KIRKLAND FESTIVAL RECITAL (MARTIN, BETTY) 6
August 11, 1966 MISS KIRKLAND REIGNS WITH QUEEN (ANSTETT, DIDI) 8
August 11, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (LEWIS, MRS PAUL) 9
August 11, 1966 FAMILY HERE HOSTS ENGLISH STUDENT (BROWNLEE) 12
August 11, 1966 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT RAZING STARTS 23 YEARS AFTER COMPLETION (PHOTOS) 11
August 11, 1966 GAS STATION GRANTED FOR 108TH SITE 1
August 11, 1966 WHY STADIUM BONDS MUST BE TAX SUPPORTED 2
August 11, 1966 ROAD VACATIONS GIVES .52 ACRE TO SCHOOLS 5
August 11, 1966 ELECTRIC HEAT PLANNED FOR FRANKLIN SCHOOL 11
August 11, 1966 MARKET MAN ADVANCED TO MANAGER (BENDAL, BILL) 12
August 11, 1966 JUDD HATHAWAY DIES AFTER CRASH AT 118TH 1
August 11, 1966 SCREAMING-10" SING (PHOTO OF CHILDREN WITH SIMPSON, WARREN J) 5
August 11, 1966 KERI HART 5TH STUDENT ON ROTARY STUDY PROGRAM 8
August 11, 1966 ANNEXATION OF 'ISLAND' UNDER STUDY 2
August 11, 1966 MONIES DONATED FOR KIRKLAND REDEVELOPMENT STUDY 11
August 11, 1966 HOW MUCH WILL PUBLIC PAY FOR EDUCATION? 1
August 11, 1966 BUDS LET ON FHJHS BUS-WAIT FACILITY 11
August 11, 1966 LW TO CONTINUE ALL HEAD START STUDENTS 11
August 11, 1966 KAY THOMPSON, CHARLES DAILY 8
August 11, 1966 FOR FESTIVAL: PASTRIES WORK OF ARTISTS 12A
August 11, 1966 FIRST KIRKLAND SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL SET TO OPEN 12A
August 11, 1966 MSU MUSIC HEAD TO SING IN FESTIVAL (NELSON, DANIEL) 12A
August 11, 1966 LOCAL TALENT TO SCORE IN KIRKLAND FESTIVAL 12A
August 11, 1966 TEEN FASHION EVENT TO HERALD FESTIVAL 12A
August 11, 1966 KIRKLAND ARTISTS IN FESTIVAL 12A
August 11, 1966 FREE ENTERTAINMENT OFFERED DURING KIRKLAND SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL 1
August 11, 1966 SINGING 'SCHOOL MARM' IN KIRKLAND FESTIVAL RECITAL (MARTIN, BETTY) 6
August 11, 1966 HOUGHTON FIRE DEPARTMENT BOND ISSUE PROPOSED 1
August 11, 1966 BOY-TOSSED MATCHES CAUSE BLAZE 4
August 11, 1966 FIREMEN NEEDED 11
August 11, 1966 FINANCING APPROVED FOR L.I.D. 6 2
August 11, 1966 ROAD VACATIONS GIVES .52 ACRE TO SCHOOLS 5
August 11, 1966 HOUGHTON BUYS STREET BACK HOE 12
August 11, 1966 AT JUANITA: 6 SEWER ANNEXES IN ACTION 16
August 11, 1966 PRIMEAU REPORTED ILL, CASE DELAYED 1
August 11, 1966 VANDALS HIT AT FINN HILL JUNIOR HIGH 1
August 11, 1966 JAIL TERMS SUSPENDED 2
August 11, 1966 JUDGE CONVICTS MAN, 34 , ON 5 CHARGES (PATTY, GERALD C) 5
August 11, 1966 NEW HOSPITAL NEEDED, COMMITTEE FINDS 1
August 11, 1966 HOSPITAL TO CONTINUE TILL NEW BUILT 1
August 11, 1966 ENEY, THOMAS 12B
August 11, 1966 HATHAWAY, JUDD 1
August 11, 1966 GORN, NICK 3
August 11, 1966 HATHAWAY, JUDD 12
August 11, 1966 VOTERS CAN REGISTER IN MARKETS 12B
August 11, 1966 'JUDGE TRUNK CLUBS' FORMED FOR CAMPAIGN 3
August 11, 1966 AD FOR AWARDS WON BY EAST  SIDE JOURNAL 12B
August 11, 1966 BAUM 3RD IN NATIONAL PISTOL MATCH (BAUM, MAURICE) 4
August 11, 1966 STATE CONNIE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME DECLARED "NO CONTEST" 4
August 11, 1966 2ND, 4TH ST TRAFFIC STOPS NOW AT 18TH 1
August 11, 1966 FOR LW BLVD: STATE MAKES STORM DRAINAGE PROPOSAL 1
August 11, 1966 FACTORIA HAS LANES OPEN 2
August 11, 1966 COUNTY FORMS 'COORDINATED' ROAD RECOMMENDATIONS 5
August 11, 1966 AT NEWPORT: 405 CULVERT LIGHTED FOR 'SHY' SALMON 5
August 11, 1966 ROAD VACATIONS GIVES .52 ACRE TO SCHOOLS 5
August 11, 1966 FINANCING APPROVED FOR L.I.D. 6 2
August 11, 1966 MACHINE DESIGNED FOR 'NEAT' GARBAGE DISPOSAL 2
August 11, 1966 WATER-SEWER VOTE FINALIZED 11
August 11, 1966 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT RAZING STARTS 23 YEARS AFTER COMPLETION (PHOTOS) 11
August 11, 1966 AT JUANITA: 6 SEWER ANNEXES IN ACTION 16
August 11, 1966 DIANA LEE DAY, TITO MORELLI JR 8
August 11, 1966 VICKI TREGONING, GEORGE THOMAS 8
August 11, 1966 JULIANNE DILLMAN, WILLIAM HUTTALA 8
August 18, 1966 ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED (COPE, MR AND MRS RONALD) 8
August 18, 1966 OPEN HOUSE HONORS MR AND MRS SIMMONS (SIMMONS, MR AND MRS T J) 8
August 18, 1966 CELLAR GALLERY SHOW SPECIAL FOR FESTIVAL 12
August 18, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (GARDINER, MRS ARTHUR) 9
August 18, 1966 HOUSEWIFE USES TALENT IN HOME, OUT (BLUECHEL, AYLENE) 10
August 18, 1966 TOM CHASES MOVE FROM JUANITA 10
August 18, 1966 GERMANY VISITED, EAST BERLIN, THEN HOME AFTER AIRLINE DELAY (MORGAN, GREG) 11
August 18, 1966 NEW ROSE HILL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PLANS INCLUDE OLYMPIC SWIMMING POOL 1
August 18, 1966 LW PLANS PORTABLES AS ADMINISTRATIVE SPACE 11
August 18, 1966 COUNCIL SUPPORTS PROPOSAL FOR BUSINESS REDEVELOPMENT 1
August 18, 1966 JUANITA TO HAVE PIZZA RESTAURANT (PIZZA INN) 6
August 18, 1966 COUNCIL SUPPORTS PROPOSAL FOR BUSINESS REDEVELOPMENT 1
August 18, 1966 ANNEX SIGNATURES SUFFICIENT 3
August 18, 1966 LW-NORTHSHORE-SHORELINE COLLEGE DIST ASKED 1
August 18, 1966 MOST COACH SPOTS  FILLED FOR SCHOOLS 4
August 18, 1966 GREER TO REPLACE RADCLIFFE, WAGNESS NAMED COORDINATOR 5
August 18, 1966 LOCAL COLLEGE COUNCIL MEMBER TERMS RESET 6
August 18, 1966 JANET DARLENE ALLEN, MELVIN LEE RINGEL 8
August 18, 1966 KIRKLAND SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL OPENS FOR 4 DAYS 1
August 18, 1966 LOCAL WOMEN'S CLUBS HELP WITH FESTIVAL 7
August 18, 1966 CAL TEACHERS PLACE IN KIRKLAND FESTIVAL 8
August 18, 1966 DI JULIO TO PERFORM MAGIC DURING FESTIVAL 12
August 18, 1966 CELLAR GALLERY SHOW SPECIAL FOR FESTIVAL 12
August 18, 1966 DAVE SOTER: LED BY LOCAL MAN, STRING QUARTET PLAYS HERE FRIDAY 12
August 18, 1966 FESTIVAL TO INCLUDE FILM ART 12
August 18, 1966 GARDEN CLUB PARTICIPATES IN FESTIVAL 12
August 18, 1966 CITY PROMISES GAS STATIONS BY PERMIT ONLY 1
August 18, 1966 COUNCIL SUPPORTS PROPOSAL FOR BUSINESS REDEVELOPMENT 1
August 18, 1966 CITY BACKS TRUNK STORM SEWER BONDS 6
August 18, 1966 JUANITA TO HAVE PIZZA RESTAURANT (PIZZA INN) 6
August 18, 1966 AIRING DUE ON JUANITA ANNEXATIONS 11
August 18, 1966 OK REPORTS $600 THEFT 1
August 18, 1966 KIRKLAND POLICE TRAFFIC WORK WINS RECOGNITION 3
August 18, 1966 REASONS OUTLINED ON HOSPITAL NEEDS 3
August 18, 1966 FREY, EDWIN ROYAL 10
August 18, 1966 SABO, INGEBRIGHT "BURT" 11
August 18, 1966 DAWSON, DOROTHEA MARGARET (PEGGY) 11
August 18, 1966 LAMBERT, MRS ALBERT 11
August 18, 1966 DAWSON, CHARLES 13
August 18, 1966 LOCAL WOMEN'S CLUBS HELP WITH FESTIVAL 7
August 18, 1966 NEW STAFFER WRITES WOMAN'S COLUMN (BROWNLEE, JOELL) 1
August 18, 1966 REAL ESTATE FIRM EXPANDS (BONANZA REAL ESTATE) 2
August 18, 1966 NRA NAMES BAUM TO 2600 CLUB (BAUM, MAURICE) 4
August 18, 1966 RELIEF INDICATED ON E.S. FREIGHT RATES 2
August 18, 1966 NEW TRAFFIC LIGHTS SLATED IN MID-SEPT 1
August 18, 1966 TRAFFIC CONTROL NEEDED AT INTERSECTION NOW (LETTER FROM TAMPIEN, BETH) 2
August 18, 1966 NEW REQUEST MADE FOR DROP IN TOLLS ON SPAN 16
August 18, 1966 EXTRA LANE RECOMMENDED ON BRIDGE ROUTE 16
August 18, 1966 SUSAN RAE COMSTOCK, GLEN KELLY 8
August 18, 1966 BETTY JEWELL, ERLING TUNGSETH 8
August 25, 1966 WORKING ON WHALE, SCULPTOR WANTS BIG JOB - HILL (GRABER, ARCHIE) 1
August 25, 1966 GO-GO GYRATES: 'HAPPENING' HERE EXTRA 'DRAMATIC' 1
August 25, 1966 MRS NELSON TO END 46 YEARS WITH BANK (NELSON, ELIZABETH) 6
August 25, 1966 HOUGHTON BANK HAS NEW MANAGER (BJORKLUND, HOWARD C) 9
August 25, 1966 BIRTHDAY CAKE ON 103RD BIRTHDAY (PHOTO OF YTTREGARD, CARL) 2
August 25, 1966 RETIRING LIBRARIAN TO HAVE HOBBIES (BLANCHARD, FLORENCE) 6
August 25, 1966 MRS NELSON TO END 46 YEARS WITH BANK (NELSON, ELIZABETH) 6
August 25, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (CHRISTIANSEN, ELSA) 9
August 25, 1966 DORM WING FINISH SLATED AT COLLEGE 8
August 25, 1966 INJURED YOUTH, 18, SURVIVES EIGHT-HOUR WAIT FOR HELP 1
August 25, 1966 UGN ONCE AIDED PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN (BOYD, KAY) 2
August 25, 1966 CITY HALL TEEN-AGE DANCE AUTHORIZED 1
August 25, 1966 PROGRAM FOR 6TH GRADERS AT JUNIOR HIGHS OUTLINED 5
August 25, 1966 CAROL A ROBERTS, GERALD W VANDYK 8
August 25, 1966 SHARON LEE VANBEBBER, ROBERT A SHINSTROM 8
August 25, 1966 MONSTER SAID SIGHTED AT PINE LAKE 1
August 25, 1966 AIR POLLUTION LAW FORESEEN 2
August 25, 1966 FESTIVAL FACES $ DEFICIT 1
August 25, 1966 GOVERNOR KNIGHTED (PHOTO) 10
August 25, 1966 HOUGHTON TO VOTE ON 2ND FIRE HALL 1
August 25, 1966 $1,250,518 CITY BUDGET SEEN IN '67 1
August 25, 1966 HOUGHTON TO VOTE ON 2ND FIRE HALL 1
August 25, 1966 106TH AVE L.I.D. FORMED IN HOUGHTON 1
August 25, 1966 HOUGHTON BANK HAS NEW MANAGER (BJORKLUND, HOWARD C) 9
August 25, 1966 U C CORP ANNOUNCES CHANGES (UNITED CONTROL) 16
August 25, 1966 GO-GO GYRATES: 'HAPPENING' HERE EXTRA 'DRAMATIC' 1
August 25, 1966 RETIRING LIBRARIAN TO HAVE HOBBIES (BLANCHARD, FLORENCE) 6
August 25, 1966 GROUP EYES WAYS TO BUILD HOSPITAL 2
August 25, 1966 HERRMANN, WILLIAM L 2
August 25, 1966 LAMBERT, LAVA BELLE 3
August 25, 1966 JAPANESE VISIT ROTARY 1
August 25, 1966 NEWCOMERS HERE ADD INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR TO AREA (WELCOME WAGON) 13
August 25, 1966 WOMAN'S CLUB HERE TO LAUNCH NEW YEAR 8
August 25, 1966 PARK WORK SEEN IN SPRING, WITH BONDS 3
August 25, 1966 NEW SPEED LIMIT SIGNS GOING UP 1
August 25, 1966 TRUNK STORM SEWERS CLOSELY TIED TO STREET IMPROVEMENTS 3
August 25, 1966 ROAD VACATION ASKED; CONFLICTS WITH FREEWAY 5
August 25, 1966 106TH AVE L.I.D. FORMED IN HOUGHTON 1
August 25, 1966 MARY LOUISE THOMSEN, JOHN E LODGE 8
August 25, 1966 MELINDA DAWSON, WILLIAM HEDLIND 8
August 25, 1966 BETSY TIMMONS, E MICHAEL FLYNN 8
August 25, 1966 MADELINE LOGAN, DONALD BACON 8
September 1, 1966 NORMANS TO OBSERVE 50TH DATE (NORMAN, MR AND MRS STANLEY) 8
September 1, 1966 HURT WOMAN SEEKS GIRLS WHO HELPED (RERICK, MRS GEORGE) 1
September 1, 1966 DOCTORAL DEGREE TO MRS HAUCK (HAUCK, BARBARA) 1
September 1, 1966 JOYCE RASMUSSEN TRAINS FOR AFRICA PEACE CORPS 8
September 1, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (CAUVIN, GLADYS) 8
September 1, 1966 WESTERN TO BUILD $123,700 PLANT 1
September 1, 1966 REMODELED EASTSIDE MUSIC 'OPENS' 5
September 1, 1966 REMODELED EASTSIDE MUSIC 'OPENS' 5
September 1, 1966 TEENAGERS HELP 'LICK' C FIBROSIS 11
September 1, 1966 C SCHOTT UGN DRIVE SECRETARY (SCHOTT, CLARENCE) 11
September 1, 1966 TEENS SEEK NEW MEETING SPOT 2
September 1, 1966 TEENAGERS HELP 'LICK' C FIBROSIS 11
September 1, 1966 4 LOCAL PLATS UP FOR OKAY 13
September 1, 1966 RESIDENTS BACK SEWER, PARK BONDS (LETTERS) 2
September 1, 1966 LOCAL SCHOOLS TO BULGE WITH NEAR 10000 ENROLLMENT 1
September 1, 1966 TEACHERS GO TO SCHOOL AT AUDUBON (PHOTO) 3
September 1, 1966 TEACHERS STEAL MARCH ON STUDENTS THIS WEEK 3
September 1, 1966 LAKE WASHINGTON NAMES 103 NEW TEACHERS 5
September 1, 1966 TIME AGAIN FOR SCHOOL LUNCHES 7
September 1, 1966 COUNCIL FORMS LW COLLEGE COMMITTEE 13
September 1, 1966 STATES' NATURAL BEAUTY NEEDS CITIZEN ATTENTION 5
September 1, 1966 FESTIVAL AWAITS FINAL APPRAISAL 1
September 1, 1966 MALFUNCTION SENDS 41 TO NE 87 FIRE 5
September 1, 1966 RASH OF BRUSH FIRES 12
September 1, 1966 COUNTY PARK DEPARTMENT REORGANIZED 4
September 1, 1966 IN HOUGHTON: AUXILIARY POWER NEED SEEN AT METRO PUMP 5
September 1, 1966 WESTERN TO BUILD $123,700 PLANT 1
September 1, 1966 JUANITA SEWERS ULIDS EXPECTED 2
September 1, 1966 DIMMICK WINS POLL OF LAWYERS (DIMMICK, CYRUS A) 1
September 1, 1966 'BORDER WAR' APPEARS OVER (PRIMEAU) 1
September 1, 1966 REWARD OFFERED FOR EMBROIDERY VALUED AT $300 1
September 1, 1966 6-FOOT SIGN RUN DOWN, 2 ARRESTED 1
September 1, 1966 BAD-CHECK INCREASE UNBELIEVABLE LOCALLY 1
September 1, 1966 HALF-BUILT PLANT HERE BROKEN INTO 1
September 1, 1966 DRUG RAID HERE LEADS TO CONVICTION 2
September 1, 1966 PAY JUMP WOULD UP HOSPITAL RATES 13
September 1, 1966 STANALAND, MARY 5
September 1, 1966 BECHTEL, LORNE BRUCE 11
September 1, 1966 MAYFIELD, EMMA NAOMI 11
September 1, 1966 MURRAY, JULIA 12
September 1, 1966 COMMUNITY CALENDAR NEW JOURNAL FEATURE 1
September 1, 1966 COUNTY PARK DEPARTMENT REORGANIZED 4
September 1, 1966 WHAT IS PLANNED IF KIRKLAND PARK BONDS APPROVED? 6
September 1, 1966 KIRKLAND REQUESTS MATCHING PARK $$ 6
September 1, 1966 ROUTE NAMED FOR BRIDGE LINK TO REDMOND (MAP) 1
September 1, 1966 CONDUIT BEING RELAID IN KIRKLAND, JUANITA 1
September 1, 1966 JUANITA SEWERS ULIDS EXPECTED 2
September 1, 1966 KINGSGATE PHONES TO INCREASE 3
September 1, 1966 IN HOUGHTON: AUXILIARY POWER NEED SEEN AT METRO PUMP 5
September 1, 1966 BLVD WATER LINE BROKEN AGAIN, AGAIN 16
September 1, 1966 KARLA JO TERRELL, SAMUEL HANSEN 8
September 1, 1966 CATHERINE WRIGHT, LARRY NELSON 8
September 8, 1966 RECEPTION AT CHURCH TO HONOR COLEMANS (COLEMAN, CHARLES AND LOIS) 8
September 8, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (JOHNSON, SHIRLEY) 8
September 8, 1966 FINN HILLER SCULPTURES, PAINTS WITH PLANTS (SCHENK, GEORGE)(PHOTOS) 12
September 8, 1966 RETIRING LIBRARIAN WEARS 'FIRST' ORCHID (BLANCHARD, FLORENCE) 13
September 8, 1966 BELL SCHOOL (PHOTO) 1
September 8, 1966 OUTDOOR CLASSROOM (PHOTO) 1
September 8, 1966 LW ENROLLMENT ABOVE EXPECTATIONS: CHURCH SPACE RENTED FOR THOREAU 1
September 8, 1966 BACKERS SEE $25 MILLION STADIUM IMPACT 5
September 8, 1966 LW ENROLLMENT ABOVE EXPECTATIONS: CHURCH SPACE RENTED FOR THOREAU 1
September 8, 1966 MISSIONARY ESTABLISHING NEW LUTHERAN CHURCH HERE 6
September 8, 1966 3 HURT IN CYCLE-STATION WAGON CRASH (PHOTOS) 3
September 8, 1966 ECONOMIC STUDY TOPIC FOR CHAMBER 2
September 8, 1966 UGN HEAD NAMED (JOHNSON, LEE) 14
September 8, 1966 REPORTER TAKES WHIRL OF 'IT' - AGES FAST (PHOTOS OF ROCK 'N ROLLERS) 11
September 8, 1966 EFFORT UNDER WAY ON TEEN PROGRAM 11
September 8, 1966 PLAN FOR 108TH AVE ASKED FOR HOUGHTON 5
September 8, 1966 PARKS, STORM SEWERS IMPORTANT TO CITY NOW, PROPONENTS SAY (LETTERS) 2
September 8, 1966 LW ENROLLMENT ABOVE EXPECTATIONS: CHURCH SPACE RENTED FOR THOREAU 1
September 8, 1966 SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT INCREASES 14%, FIRST DAY 1
September 8, 1966 LW, BELLEVUE SCHOOLS TO STUDY LITTLE REPORT 3
September 8, 1966 HOUGHTON COLLEGE TO INSTALL THIRD PRESIDENT ON OCT 6 (HURST, D V) 7
September 8, 1966 JANA WOODS, GEORGE MORAN 8
September 8, 1966 TRAIL IN WOODS (PHOTO) 1
September 8, 1966 JUANITA FIRE SOON PUT OUT 11
September 8, 1966 CITY BUDGET OF $1,561,386 UNDER STUDY 5
September 8, 1966 PLAN FOR 108TH AVE ASKED FOR HOUGHTON 5
September 8, 1966 IN HOUGHTON: WATER, SEWER PLAN ON SEPT 20 BALLOT 6
September 8, 1966 TREE VANDALIZED IN KIRKLAND YARD 1
September 8, 1966 CRASH CLIMAXES POLICE CHASE HERE 1
September 8, 1966 WHAT CHANGES WILL RESULT FROM MERGER OF COURTS 12
September 8, 1966 RETIRING LIBRARIAN WEARS 'FIRST' ORCHID (BLANCHARD, FLORENCE) 13
September 8, 1966 IMPORTANT NOD GIVEN TO HOSPITAL 1
September 8, 1966 ASHLEY, MARY MINNIELEE 2
September 8, 1966 OLNEY, MICHAEL 13
September 8, 1966 ARNESON, OSCAR 13
September 8, 1966 JOHNSON, HAROLD 13
September 8, 1966 ROTARY GIFT $1400 FOR CITY PARKS 3
September 8, 1966 NEWCOMERS FIND IT EASY TO FEEL AT HOME HERE (WELCOME WAGON) 10
September 8, 1966 UNIVERSITY WOMEN CHOOSE CHINA AS YEAR'S THEME 8
September 8, 1966 AAUW STUDY GROUPS START THIS MONTH 13
September 8, 1966 PELLY DUE HERE 15TH 1
September 8, 1966 HOT RACE SHAPES UP IN FIRST 5
September 8, 1966 CANDIDATE PLANS DAY IN KIRKLAND (SPELLMAN, JOHN) 18
September 8, 1966 JOURNAL FREE TO OVERSEAS SERVICEMEN 1
September 8, 1966 COST OF PARKS, STORM SEWERS ESTIMATED 2
September 8, 1966 ROTARY GIFT $1400 FOR CITY PARKS 3
September 8, 1966 MISSIONARY ESTABLISHING NEW LUTHERAN CHURCH HERE 6
September 8, 1966 EVERGREEN BRIDGE TOLLS 'SHOULD BE CUT': CANDIDATE 1
September 8, 1966 BRIDGES STUDY APPROVED 3
September 8, 1966 UNDERGROUND WIRING PROPOSED 1
September 8, 1966 UTILITY COMMISSION MOVES TO ELIMINATE 'COMBINATION RATES' 5
September 8, 1966 IN HOUGHTON: WATER, SEWER PLAN ON SEPT 20 BALLOT 6
September 8, 1966 PATRICIA KONKLER, LEROY M ABRAMS 8
September 8, 1966 MARSHA ROBINSON, WILLIAM SCHNEIDER 8
September 8, 1966 MARILYN STUNTZ, LEONARD ALMOND JR 8
September 15, 1966 MEL LANG TEXACO - GRAND OPENING 10
September 15, 1966 DAUGHTERS PLAN SURPRISE FOR PARENTS' ANNIVERSARY (FLOWERS, MR AND MRS E L) 8
September 15, 1966 WOMAN LEARNING ART THAT CALMS (HOSEA, MRS JOHN) 1
September 15, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (YORK, SALLY) 9
September 15, 1966 LANG OPENS STATION (MEL LANG TEXACO) 2
September 15, 1966 LANG OPENS STATION (MEL LANG TEXACO) 2
September 15, 1966 UGN NAMES DENTIST TO DRIVE (SCHROEDER, ROBERT) 20
September 15, 1966 PARKS, STORM SEWERS WOULD ADD TO CITY'S ENHANCEMENT (LETTERS) 2
September 15, 1966 BOARD TO SET LEVIES 1
September 15, 1966 SCHOOLS HIT 10000 PLUS 1
September 15, 1966 SUBSTITUTE PAY UPPED 1
September 15, 1966 YMCA CLASS TO TEACH WOMEN SELF DEFENSE 9
September 15, 1966 MARGARET KENNAN, RONALD W STUNTZ 8
September 15, 1966 SWEET ADELINES GET FIRST SHOW ON BOARDS 8
September 15, 1966 2ND SHORT ONE TO MANY AS FLAMES DAMAGE DRIVE-IN (JUANITA DRIVE IN) 3
September 15, 1966 FIRE HALTED AT MILLS )GLOBE FEED MILLS) 3
September 15, 1966 HOUGHTON BOND VOTES SET 1
September 15, 1966 HOUGHTON SETS $5 MONTHLY SEWER RATE 2
September 15, 1966 BIDS CALLED ON $1.6 MILLION METRO PROJECT FOR JUANITA 1
September 15, 1966 DEFERRED SENTENCING?: JUDGE CANDIDATES AT ODDS ON RULING 12
September 15, 1966 TELEVISION PROGRAM TO TELL MENTAL HEALTH CENTER STORY 8
September 15, 1966 HEBNER, ETHEL 1
September 15, 1966 BETTES, LOREN 7
September 15, 1966 LOGSDON, FLOYD 12
September 15, 1966 WARREN, MATTIE 12
September 15, 1966 SIMONS, CLAYTON 12
September 15, 1966 SWEET ADELINES GET FIRST SHOW ON BOARDS 8
September 15, 1966 MEET THE MEN SEEKING NOMINATIONS SEPTEMBER 20 14-16
September 15, 1966 IMPORTANT DECISIONS AWAIT E.S. VOTERS 1
September 15, 1966 UNOFFICIAL SAMPLE BALLOT WITH LOCAL-AREA CONTESTS 12
September 15, 1966 14 RUNNING: FIRST POPULAR WITH LEGISLATIVE HOPEFULS 12
September 15, 1966 APATHY COULD BE ENEMY OF NEW FACE FOR KIRKLAND 12
September 15, 1966 DEFERRED SENTENCING?: JUDGE CANDIDATES AT ODDS ON RULING 12
September 15, 1966 NILE TEMPLE MOUNTED PATROL TO STAGE BENEFIT HORSE SHOW 8
September 15, 1966 LAKE THAT HIGH? (PHOTO OF WATER ON LAKE WASH BLVD) 10
September 15, 1966 STATE ROADS GROUP APPROVES 16 EAST SIDE RESOLUTIONS 12
September 15, 1966 BIDS CALLED ON $1.6 MILLION METRO PROJECT FOR JUANITA 1
September 15, 1966 HOUGHTON SETS $5 MONTHLY SEWER RATE 2
September 15, 1966 MARILYN JOYCE WEEKS, JAMES STUART 8
September 15, 1966 PATRICIA BROWER, RONALD RICE 8
September 22, 1966 MORTON COUPLE TO HONOR DATE (BUTS, MR AND MRS SIDNEY) 8
September 22, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (RASMUSSEN, SHARON) 9
September 22, 1966  ANDERSON OPENING 76 STATION (ANDY'S UNION 76) 3
September 22, 1966 THEATRE PLAN HAS PARK 11
September 22, 1966 STATE BOARD TO CONSIDER LW COLLEGE 1
September 22, 1966 MAJORITY FOR STADIUM, BUT NOT NEEDED 60% 2
September 22, 1966 GARDEN APARTMENTS PROPOSED FOR HOUGHTON 11
September 22, 1966  ANDERSON OPENING 76 STATION (ANDY'S UNION 76) 3
September 22, 1966 AREA UGN DRIVE UNDERWAY 12
September 22, 1966 COLUMN FOR TEENS CONTINUES 1
September 22, 1966 EAST SIDE ZONING STUDIED 16
September 22, 1966 FACING TAX RAISE, LW GETS PRESENT: 10-MILL BUILDING LEVY ASKED 1
September 22, 1966 MUSTANGS, AT 10c A BLOW, SMASH 'KANGAROO WAGON' 1
September 22, 1966 TUTTLE SEEKS STATE SCHOOL BOARD SEAT (TUTTLE, HIRAM) 1
September 22, 1966 LW MILK PRICE UP 1
September 22, 1966 BOARD TAKES COLLEGE STAND 3
September 22, 1966 NORTHWEST COLLEGE OPENS MONDAY FOR 33RD YEAR 12
September 22, 1966 SHARRON E STAFFORD, WILLIAM A FREDERICKSON 8
September 22, 1966 SWEET ADELINES (PHOTO) 13
September 22, 1966 PELLY SPEAKS OUT ON VIETNAM 11
September 22, 1966 HOUGHTON: NO VOTE DEFEATS WATER-SEWERS 2
September 22, 1966 HOUGHTON BUDGET 3
September 22, 1966 THEATRE PLAN HAS PARK 11
September 22, 1966 GARDEN APARTMENTS PROPOSED FOR HOUGHTON 11
September 22, 1966 POLICE CHECK HAIR-CUT 1
September 22, 1966 POLICE HALT HOUGHTON BEER PARTY 2
September 22, 1966 HOBERT, WILLIAM 4
September 22, 1966 BOWHAY, CHARLES 10
September 22, 1966 PETERSON, EDWARD 11
September 22, 1966 STARES, BERT 11
September 22, 1966 FOUR LOCAL 4-H MEMBERS OFF TO STATE CONTESTS 10
September 22, 1966 JUNIOR WOMEN WORK WITH HANDICAPPED 9
September 22, 1966 SWEET ADELINES (PHOTO) 13
September 22, 1966 ANDERSEN OUTDRAWS A LELAND 2
September 22, 1966 TRUNK AHEAD BY 2-1 2
September 22, 1966 BLUECHEL TO FACE BENDER 2
September 22, 1966 B LEWIS, G CLARKE LEAD 41ST 2
September 22, 1966 HOUGHTON: NO VOTE DEFEATS WATER-SEWERS 2
September 22, 1966 SCOTT WALLACE SEEMS IN TROUBLE 2
September 22, 1966 JOURNAL IN OVERSEAS LIBRARIES 1
September 22, 1966 COLUMN FOR TEENS CONTINUES 1
September 22, 1966 ROSE HILLER WINS STATE CHECKER TITLE (FLOWER, AL) 10
September 22, 1966 PARKS, STORM SEWERS APPROVED 2
September 22, 1966 PROS TO BUILD 2 GOLF COURSES ON EAST SIDE 5
September 22, 1966 UNITARIANS HOST PRIEST IN DISFAVOR (DUBAY, WILLIAM H) 1
September 22, 1966 GROUPS, INDIVIDUALS CLASH ON EXPRESSWAY TO REDMOND 1
September 22, 1966 TRACY WEIDE, ARTHUR L WAHL 8
September 22, 1966 PAMELA CHASE, MARTIN JOHNSON 8
September 22, 1966 JEAN HOS, BRANSTON J WEYER 8
September 22, 1966 RAE MARIE EDWARDS, JOHN FIRSTENBERG 8
September 29, 1966 NB OF C STARTS CREDIT CARD 10
September 29, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (YEOMAN, MURIELLE) 9
September 29, 1966 RHS SENIOR NAMED MERIT FINALIST (WILSON, CLYDE) 10
September 29, 1966 WINS ARCHITECTURAL AWARD (PHOTO OF LAKESHORE MEDICAL CLINIC) 10
September 29, 1966 CHURCH GROUND-BREAKING (PHOTOS AT SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST) 14
September 29, 1966 PIZZA INN OPENS IN JUANITA 12
September 29, 1966 INJURED FOOTBALLER STILL UNCONSCIOUS (FITZGERALD, MIKE) 1
September 29, 1966 HOUGHTON OKAYS TRACT WITHOUT SEWER LINES 10
September 29, 1966 COUNCIL HEARS R-3W ARGUMENTS , NO ACTION 10
September 29, 1966  SCHOOL ENROLLMENT CONTINUES TO CLIMB 1
September 29, 1966 HIGHLINE HEARING SHOWS DISAGREEMENT ON REPORT 3
September 29, 1966 'LEARN TO EARN' PROGRAM EXPANDS IN LW SCHOOLS 3
September 29, 1966 VOCATIONAL TRAINING IN SCHOOLS EXPANDED 7
September 29, 1966 REVEILLE YEARBOOK RATED OUTSTANDING 9
September 29, 1966 RHS PAPER WINS AWARDS 9
September 29, 1966 LWEA OFFER ACCEPTED ON PRINCIPAL-PRESIDENT 14
September 29, 1966 DIANE JOHNSON, PETER EBERLE 8
September 29, 1966 LOST: SPANISH SWORD BY SCOTTISH DANCERS 16
September 29, 1966 41 TO BUY EMERGENCY CAR SOON 20
September 29, 1966 KIRKLAND'S BUDGET REFLECTS PLANNING FOR IMPROVEMENTS 1
September 29, 1966 CITY CLERK JOB MADE APPOINTIVE 1
September 29, 1966 COUNCIL HEARS R-3W ARGUMENTS , NO ACTION 10
September 29, 1966 41 TO BUY EMERGENCY CAR SOON 20
September 29, 1966 HOUGHTON BUDGET $211,215 1
September 29, 1966 HOUGHTON OKAYS TRACT WITHOUT SEWER LINES 10
September 29, 1966 POLICE FEEL 'BOOM' AS '66 COMPLAINTS SURPASS 1965'S 1
September 29, 1966 FLOODLIGHTS REPORTED SHOT ON ROSE HILL 1
September 29, 1966 SAFECRACK ATTEMPT 'FEEBLE' 2
September 29, 1966 BOY, ONCE OF JUANITA, CONVICTED 2
September 29, 1966 ROBBER WANTS ONLY HALF-DOLLARS 14
September 29, 1966 PRICE, MAURICE 5
September 29, 1966 OLSON, ANNA 10
September 29, 1966 PETERSON, RAYMOND CHARLES 10
September 29, 1966 Y 'INDIANS' INVITE DADS, SONS TO JOIN 10
September 29, 1966 HOSPITAL AUXILIARY TO FORM INTO GUILDS 8
September 29, 1966 RUN-OFF VOTE TO PIT TRUNK VS RUSSELL 1
September 29, 1966 JOURNAL AWARDED TOP PRIZE 1
September 29, 1966 REVEILLE YEARBOOK RATED OUTSTANDING 9
September 29, 1966 RHS PAPER WINS AWARDS 9
September 29, 1966 ROSE HILL SEWER STUDY PROGRESSING 20
September 29, 1966 ALL JAMMED UP - AND MORE COMING (PHOTO) 1
September 29, 1966  CRAZY, MIXED UP BRIDGES (PHOTOS) 1
September 29, 1966 ENGINEER SAYS: LAKEVIEW WATER LINES NOT HELPED BY VOTE 2
September 29, 1966 HOUGHTON OKAYS TRACT WITHOUT SEWER LINES 10
September 29, 1966 ROSE HILL SEWER STUDY PROGRESSING 20
September 29, 1966 JOYCE ELKINGTON, GARY HENDRICKSON 8
September 29, 1966 MERRILY MARSH, JOHN BERG 8
October 6, 1966 CHILDREN HONOR PARENTS (BAILEY, MR AND MRS TOM) 8
October 6, 1966 3 ART SHOWS OPEN OVER WEEKEND 10
October 6, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (IBSEN, JANET) 9
October 6, 1966 DRIVE-IN TO OPEN WITHIN 60 DAYS 3
October 6, 1966 BOOSTERS RENEW EFFORT TO OBTAIN LW COLLEGE 1
October 6, 1966 JUANITA SITE: LW MAKES 2 MOVES ON THIRD HIGH SCHOOL 2
October 6, 1966 DRIVE-IN TO OPEN WITHIN 60 DAYS 3
October 6, 1966 KIRKLAND MAN FEARED LOST (SMITH, CECIL T) 1
October 6, 1966 2 NW STUDENTS DIE IN CRASH (QUIMBY, CAROLYN & CANEN, ROBERT) 2
October 6, 1966 BOOTSTRAP PLANNING BROUGHT UP TO DATE 2
October 6, 1966 ILL OR NOT, FORMER UGN WORKER TAKES RESIDENTIAL CHAIRMANSHIP (HIBB) 7
October 6, 1966 KIRKLAND SECOND IN UGN DRIVE 10
October 6, 1966 HEARING DUE ON 22-LOT JUANITA PLAT 16
October 6, 1966 PUBLIC FORUM SCHEDULED MONDAY ON SCHOOL LEVIES 1
October 6, 1966 BUDGET TOPS $6 MILLION 1
October 6, 1966 LAKE WASHINGTON HAS 3 MERIT SEMIFINALISTS 1
October 6, 1966 DRIVE-IN TO OPEN WITHIN 60 DAYS 3
October 6, 1966 PLAN TO FINANCE ARTS FESTIVAL PROPOSED 1
October 6, 1966 LOST SWORD RETURNED 5
October 6, 1966 41 PLANS PARADE, DISPLAYS 1
October 6, 1966 FIRE DEPT TO RECEIVE JOHN Q 1
October 6, 1966 18 DIST 41 FIREMEN AWARDED CERTIFICATES 3
October 6, 1966 CITY PASSES RECORD NUMBER OF ORDINANCES 2
October 6, 1966 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL HAD GRADS IN 1905 (LETTER FROM FESSENDEN, ALICE) 2
October 6, 1966 DRIVE-IN TO OPEN WITHIN 60 DAYS 3
October 6, 1966 HOUGHTON PARK TO GET COMFORT STATION BUILT 3
October 6, 1966 HOUGHTON LETS BID FOR L.I.D. 7 3
October 6, 1966 HAROLDSON PUTS KIRKLAND AT FURNITURE INDUSTRY CENTER 1
October 6, 1966 PAR-MAC BECOMING FURNITURE CAPITAL 5
October 6, 1966 JUANITA SITE: LW MAKES 2 MOVES ON THIRD HIGH SCHOOL 2
October 6, 1966 HEARING DUE ON 22-LOT JUANITA PLAT 16
October 6, 1966 ROSE HILL MAIL THEFT 1
October 6, 1966 COLSON, JOHN 10
October 6, 1966 WILLIAMS, WALTER E 10
October 6, 1966 COMSTOCK, JOSEPHINE EMMA 10
October 6, 1966 CRAMER, JOHN 10
October 6, 1966 INDEPENDENT HELPERS LIVE UP TO NAME 10
October 6, 1966 9 LOCAL MEN SEEK FREEHOLDER POSTS 1
October 6, 1966 ROSE HILL MAIL THEFT 1
October 6, 1966 LEGISLATOR JOINS REAL ESTATE FIRM (LELAND, AL) 1
October 6, 1966 HOUGHTON PARK TO GET COMFORT STATION BUILT 3
October 6, 1966 STORY OF NO-LEFT SIGN: HIT, HIT, FIXED, HIT AGAIN 1
October 6, 1966 FINN HILL RESISTS EXTENSION OF 84TH 1
October 6, 1966 HOUGHTON LETS BID FOR L.I.D. 7 3
October 6, 1966 ANN JEANNE HARMON, PARKER REES SMITH JR 8
October 6, 1966 PATRICIA UNDERHILL, WILLIAM NUTT 8
October 13, 1966 'BORN YESTERDAY' IS THEATRE EAST OPENER 11
October 13, 1966 CAROL GRANT EARNS WINGS 8
October 13, 1966 PUGET NAMES NEW HOME ECONOMIST (STACK, CAROL) 8
October 13, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (ALM, DIANA) 9
October 13, 1966 THEATRE, PARK PLAN OKAYED FOR HOUGHTON 2
October 13, 1966 HOUSING SURVEY SHOWS: NEW CLASSROOM NEEDED EACH 7 DAYS 1
October 13, 1966 LWCAC TO STUDY NEEDS 1
October 13, 1966 YARROW BAY APARTMENTS APPROVED 1
October 13, 1966 ANTHONY'S STARTS PIZZA DELIVERY SERVICE HERE 5
October 13, 1966 TWO HURT WHEN CAR HITS CYCLE 1
October 13, 1966 CAR HITS BOY AFTER RHS GAME 1
October 13, 1966 FITZGERALD FUND BEGUN (FITZGERALD, MIKE) 1
October 13, 1966 KIRKLAND FOURTH IN UGN DRIVE 13
October 13, 1966 ON TEEN PROGRAM: CITIZEN TO MEET WITH STUDENTS 1
October 13, 1966 LWCAC TO STUDY NEEDS 1
October 13, 1966 NW COLLEGE GOES ON AIR 1
October 13, 1966 INAUGURAL HELD FOR NORTHWEST COLLEGE PRESIDENT (HURST, D V ) 2
October 13, 1966 PUBLIC SHOWS LITTLE INTEREST IN LW ISSUES 5
October 13, 1966 AGENT SAYS LW COULD SAVE $$ ON INSURANCE 5
October 13, 1966 MEET YOUR PTA AND PARENTS GROUP OF SCHOOLS 10
October 13, 1966 TRAVEL APPROVED BY BOARD 16
October 13, 1966 MATH STUDENTS EARN MERIT AWARD FOR LW 16
October 13, 1966 FIREPLACE HAS SMOKE; NO FIRE 2
October 13, 1966 GREEN PENNANT SAFETY PROGRAM STARTS 12
October 13, 1966 HOUGHTON WATER FRANCHISE OUTLINED 1
October 13, 1966 THEATRE, PARK PLAN OKAYED FOR HOUGHTON 2
October 13, 1966 MARIJUANA, SUSPECTED DRUGS NETTED IN HOUGHTON SEARCH 1
October 13, 1966 POLICE SEEK MISSING BOY (SCHOLES, JOHN) 1
October 13, 1966 STOLEN VEHICLE STRIPPED 5
October 13, 1966 NW COLLEGE GOES ON AIR 1
October 13, 1966 REDMOND WOMAN, SON RECEIVE BRONZE STAR (MUSCYNSKI, FRANK) 3
October 13, 1966 MCKIBBEN, BRITANNIA 1
October 13, 1966 CULLITON, WILLIAM WILFRED 2
October 13, 1966 FOX, ELIZABETH 2
October 13, 1966 WHITTAKER, WARD 5
October 13, 1966 GREEN, DON 5
October 13, 1966 CALLAHAN, WALTER T 11
October 13, 1966 WESTFALL, J HARRISON 12
October 13, 1966 WICKSTROM, CONSTANCE JOYCE 13
October 13, 1966 ALTRUSANS ADOPT PHILIPPINES VILLAGE 8
October 13, 1966 MEET YOUR PTA AND PARENTS GROUP OF SCHOOLS 10
October 13, 1966 BUILDING DECISIONS DUE, Y EXPANDS BOARD 1
October 13, 1966 LIONS HOLD ESSAY CONTEST ON PEACE 5
October 13, 1966 HUNTER BAGS MOOSE BEFORE HUNTING STARTS (SUNDIN, KLAUS) 5
October 13, 1966 THEATRE, PARK PLAN OKAYED FOR HOUGHTON 2
October 13, 1966 HOUGHTON WATER FRANCHISE OUTLINED 1
October 13, 1966 METRO BIDS $1 1/2 MILLION 1
October 13, 1966 GARNETT TO SPEAK ON GI BENEFITS 7
October 13, 1966 PAMELA BRAYDEN, RANDOLPH SIPPER 8
October 13, 1966 MARLEY ETHIER, ROBERT KOLL 8
October 20, 1966 WE SALUTE OUR VOLUNTEER FIREMEN (PHOTOS OF FIREMEN) 13
October 20, 1966 'CASTLE' PREVIEW SHOCKS 1
October 20, 1966 SYMPHONY GROUPS PLAN ES CONCERT 15
October 20, 1966 MISS HARNISH IN CONCERT (HARNISH, MARGARET) 15
October 20, 1966 'BILLIE' SCORES HOT IN 'BORN YESTERDAY' 15
October 20, 1966 STUDENT IS YOUTH WITH A MISSION (WATSON, RAY) 1
October 20, 1966 FITZGERALD REPORTED IMPROVED (FITZGERALD, MIKE) 4
October 20, 1966 CHRISTMAS GIFT NETS YEAR OF TRAVEL (HOYT,  INEZ) 5
October 20, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (STAFFORD, CHRISTA) 10
October 20, 1966 HOME FOR LOCAL GIRL (WINDSHEIMER, MURIEL) 12
October 20, 1966 EARLY START EXPECTED ON THEATRE, PARK PLAN 12
October 20, 1966 CHIMES RING OUT ON NW CAMPUS 10
October 20, 1966 BANJOERS PLINK FOR HARVEST (HARVEST MOONLIGHT SALE) 1
October 20, 1966 DOWNTOWN TOPS FUND GOAL 1
October 20, 1966 KIRKLAND UGN DRIVE DOWN HILL 14
October 20, 1966 UGN SERVICE: VISITING NURSE HELPS WITH ARTHRITIS PATIENT 14
October 20, 1966 PRESCHOOL HAS ROOM FOR MORE 3-YEAR-OLDS 8
October 20, 1966 SCHOOL PEOPLE EXPLAIN ATTITUDE TOWARD 226 2
October 20, 1966 NOVEMBER 8 CRITICAL DATE FOR LAKE WASH SCHOOLS 3
October 20, 1966 A G BELL PRINCIPAL ASSIGNED (COX, EVERLY) 3
October 20, 1966 PRESCHOOL HAS ROOM FOR MORE 3-YEAR-OLDS 8
October 20, 1966 RHS STUDENTS SEE PLAY UNDER U.S. GRANT 11
October 20, 1966 'KANGS REIGN' HOMECOMING 11
October 20, 1966 NORTHWEST COLLEGE ENROLLMENT FROM 24 STATES, 12 COUNTRIES 11
October 20, 1966 SCHOOLS OFFER MEASLES VACCINE 13
October 20, 1966 LORNA PRICE, CHARLES DIESEN 13
October 20, 1966 BANJOERS PLINK FOR HARVEST (HARVEST MOONLIGHT SALE) 1
October 20, 1966 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL MEET SET OCT 26 1
October 20, 1966 WE SALUTE OUR VOLUNTEER FIREMEN (PHOTOS OF FIREMEN) 13
October 20, 1966 HOUGHTON FIREMEN VISIT HOMES 20
October 20, 1966 CABARET ORDINANCE OUTLINED 12
October 20, 1966 TIME OIL REQUESTS DENIED 12
October 20, 1966 SCHOOLS OFFER MEASLES VACCINE 13
October 20, 1966 AUXILIARY TO BRING SPOOKS TO KIRKLAND 12
October 20, 1966 HOUGHTON-KIRKLAND WATER PACT READY 1
October 20, 1966 EARLY START EXPECTED ON THEATRE, PARK PLAN 12
October 20, 1966 HOUGHTON FIREMEN VISIT HOMES 20
October 20, 1966 FIRM WINS $900,000 CONTRACT (UNITED CONTROL) 20
October 20, 1966 KIRKLAND POLICE CAR RAMMED IN CHASE 1
October 20, 1966 TRUNK CLARIFIES NEW COURT DISTRICT 1
October 20, 1966 TWO POP MACHINE BREAK-INS LISTED 15
October 20, 1966 CIRCULATION OF LIBRARY BOND MATERIAL OKAY 3
October 20, 1966 HOSPITAL HAS 'BAWL' ONCE MORE 12
October 20, 1966 BAILEY, DESSA 13
October 20, 1966 PADUANO, GUISEPPE (JOSEPH) 16
October 20, 1966 KNEELAND, BRETT 16
October 20, 1966 MCDONALD, TREMA 16
October 20, 1966 STOKES, MARION F 16
October 20, 1966 VEEDER, LEO 16
October 20, 1966 CANCER SOCIETY CHAPTER HERE ELECTS OFFICERS 12
October 20, 1966 NEWCOMERS CAME FROM IRELAND TO GET ACQUAINTED, STAYED (WELCOME WAGON) 14
October 20, 1966 CIRCULATION OF LIBRARY BOND MATERIAL OKAY 3
October 20, 1966 READERS TO SEE JOURNAL DAY EARLIER AS OF NOVEMBER 1
October 20, 1966 EARLY START EXPECTED ON THEATRE, PARK PLAN 12
October 20, 1966 LUTHERAN ORGANIZING 16
October 20, 1966 NEW POLE WILL BE MOVED 1
October 20, 1966 HOUGHTON-KIRKLAND WATER PACT READY 1
October 20, 1966 KATHLEEN TANGEN, THOMAS FEEK 8
October 20, 1966 JACKIE LOU WILLIAMS, DANIEL FEEK 8
October 27, 1966 FESTIVAL BOARD CONFIRMS 'OCCURRENCE' NOT HAPPENING 1
October 27, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (BERG, BARBARA) 9
October 27, 1966 THEATRE PARK PLAN (MAP) 10
October 27, 1966 H & N OPENING (PHOTO) 13
October 27, 1966 RESIDENTIAL FUNDS NEEDED IN UGN DRIVE 2
October 27, 1966 91-LOT PLAT PROPOSED IN JUANITA 1
October 27, 1966 KANGAROOS HOLD FITZGERALD DAY 1
October 27, 1966 PROTESTING PARENTS TAKE RIDERS OFF BUS 1
October 27, 1966 CAN WE GET MORE PER SCHOOL $1? 1
October 27, 1966 MOWBRAY CHAIRMANS SCHOOL ELECTION GROUP (MOWBRAY, JOHN) 1
October 27, 1966 'BEYOND FOUR WALLS' LW STUDY APPROVED 3
October 27, 1966 SCHOOL-CONNECTED FUND DRIVES TO BE STUDIED 3
October 27, 1966  FOUR JOIN FACULTY AT NORTHWEST COLLEGE 9
October 27, 1966 MATH TEACHERS IN SHORT SUPPLY 11
October 27, 1966 PENNY DIESEN, PHILIP KRAMAN 8
October 27, 1966 SUSAN LIND, JOHN LANHAM 8
October 27, 1966 MARY JANE FRANKSON, RICHARD ARTHUR JOHNSON 8
October 27, 1966 BOY, 11 : LOOKED IN HOLE - BEAR LOOKED OUT! 1
October 27, 1966 BOOST SPOOK HOUSE (PHOTO) 12
October 27, 1966 EASEMENT ACTION OKAYED 1
October 27, 1966 RESPONSIBILITY FELT ON HOUGHTON PROBLEM (TRANSFER STATION) 1
October 27, 1966 MAYOR BREAKS TIE FIRST TIME 1
October 27, 1966 HOUGHTON TAKES STAND ON SEWER LINE COST 2
October 27, 1966 THEATRE PARK PLAN (MAP) 10
October 27, 1966 BRIDGE FIRM HERE BUILDS PRIZE SPAN (ANDERSON BRIDGE CO) 4
October 27, 1966 UC HITS $900,00 NET INCOME (UNITED CONTROL) 18
October 27, 1966 91-LOT PLAT PROPOSED IN JUANITA 1
October 27, 1966 YOUTH, 19, ARRESTED IN TAVERN 1
October 27, 1966 SHOT STATION OWNER LISTED AS SERIOUS (MERKEL, HERBERT) 1
October 27, 1966 CASE, DEFORREST BURTELL 2
October 27, 1966 ALASKA CALLS NO MORE TO SEVERAL NEW FAMILIES (WELCOME WAGON) 8
October 27, 1966 W E ROSELL TO STAY FREEHOLDER CANDIDATE 10
October 27, 1966 CANDIDATES VIEW 1967 LEGISLATION 10
October 27, 1966 JOURNAL TO BEGIN ARRIVING A DAY EARLY NEXT WEEK 1
October 27, 1966 KANGS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP: TENNIS TEAM UNDEFEATED 4
October 27, 1966 THEATRE PARK PLAN (MAP) 10
October 27, 1966 SERVICE FIRST FOR LUTHERAN 14
October 27, 1966 PROTESTING PARENTS TAKE RIDERS OFF BUS 1
October 27, 1966 LW BLVD: SEWER COMPLETION EXTENDED 2
October 27, 1966 70 MPH SPEED SLATED FOR 405 5
October 27, 1966 RESPONSIBILITY FELT ON HOUGHTON PROBLEM (TRANSFER STATION) 1
October 27, 1966 LW BLVD: SEWER COMPLETION EXTENDED 2
October 27, 1966 HOUGHTON TAKES STAND ON SEWER LINE COST 2
October 27, 1966 SEWERS: 1 ANNEXATION APPROVED; 2 HEARINGS SET 10
October 27, 1966 BARBARA BISHOP, BERNARD BROWN 8
November 2, 1966 KIRKLAND ARTIST IN UW ALUMNAE HOLIDAY SHOW (ELIASON, MRS DONALD) 8
November 2, 1966 'OCCURRENCE' DIRECTOR HAS LITTLE TO SAY 13
November 2, 1966 TEACHER LEARNS FROM TEACHING (BENGSTON, IRMA) 1
November 2, 1966 HOLMES' POINT MAN'S INVENTION ON MARKET (WATSON, GEORGE H) 5
November 2, 1966 FITZGERALD IMPROVING (FITZGERALD, MIKE) 12
November 2, 1966 S.L.O.P. FIGHTS LITTER AT REDMOND HIGH 3
November 2, 1966 $6 MILLION YARROW BAT APARTMENTS ANNOUNCED 1
November 2, 1966 B CROSHAW BUYS FOODLANE MARKET (CROSHAW, BILL) 1
November 2, 1966 SCHOOLS TO HOST BUSINESS 1
November 2, 1966 TEENS. MAYORS TO MEET TODAY 3
November 2, 1966 FATE OF LAKE WASH SCHOOLS HINGES ON 6 VOTE MEASURE 1
November 2, 1966 LW SEEN UP 15.2% NEXT YEAR 1
November 2, 1966 TUTTLE WINNER 'BY LOT' (TUTTLE, HIRAM) 1
November 2, 1966 SCHOOLS TO HOST BUSINESS 1
November 2, 1966 CYNTHIA REIGNS OVER LWHS HOMECOMING (SLORAH, CYNTHIA) 5
November 2, 1966 NEW CASCADIAN CHORALE DIRECTOR NAMES MEMBERS 13
November 2, 1966 JUDITH ANN MCKENNA, MELVIN HERDRICK 8
November 2, 1966 S.L.O.P. FIGHTS LITTER AT REDMOND HIGH 3
November 2, 1966 GARDEN CLUBS BRING 8TH HOLIDAY SHOW TO KIRKLAND 9
November 2, 1966 TEENS. MAYORS TO MEET TODAY 3
November 2, 1966 CITY OFFICIALS TELL BENEFITS FROM '226' 17
November 2, 1966 VANDALS MAY END  'SPOOKING' 1
November 2, 1966 HOUGHTON LIBRARY, BONDS ON BALLOT PX-4
November 2, 1966 VANDALS MAY END  'SPOOKING' 1
November 2, 1966 MISSING BOY, 16, FOUND SHOT, DIES (SCHOLES, JOHN) 17
November 2, 1966 KING COUNTY LIBRARY BONDS HAVE LOCAL RAMIFICATIONS PX-4
November 2, 1966 SCHOLES, JOHN 17
November 2, 1966 LARSON, DANIEL 20
November 2, 1966 MOVES HERE ARE HOMECOMINGS (WELCOME WAGON) 8
November 2, 1966 CONFUSING TAX ITEM UP FOR KIRKLAND VOTE PX-4
November 2, 1966 P MEADE LASHES OUT AT CARROLL PX-4
November 2, 1966 K FOSTER IS AGAINST TOLERANCE PX-4
November 2, 1966 BOND ISSUE FOR HOSPITAL HAS SUPPORT PX-4
November 2, 1966 HOUGHTON LIBRARY, BONDS ON BALLOT PX-4
November 2, 1966 KING COUNTY LIBRARY BONDS HAVE LOCAL RAMIFICATIONS PX-4
November 2, 1966 JUDGE CANDIDATES DIFFER ON POSITION 1
November 2, 1966 CONGRESS REDISTRICT ON BALLOT 2
November 2, 1966 4 RUNNING IN NEW 1ST 2
November 2, 1966 LOCAL AREA PRECINCT MAPS 11
November 2, 1966 WHERE TO VOTE TUESDAY 12
November 2, 1966 M BAUM SETS PISTOL RECORD (BAUM, MAURICE) 4
November 2, 1966 LUTHERANS HOLD FIRST SERVICE AT THOREAU SCHOOL 3
November 2, 1966 HOLMES BUS RUNS SWITCHED 1
November 2, 1966 SCHOOL BUS FACTS SOUGHT 2
November 2, 1966 NO-LEFT SIGN REMOVED; TICKETS STAY 1
November 2, 1966 DIANA LYNN NEIKES, RICHARD FUNDERHIDE 8
November 2, 1966 SANDRA HEDIN, ROBERT HUNTER 8
November 9, 1966 CELLAR GALLERY SLATES POPULAR HOLIDAY SHOW 14
November 9, 1966 $150,000 CHRISTMAS FUND BOOSTS ECONOMY 5
November 9, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (EGAWA, MARIE) 9
November 9, 1966 LW TEACHER IN MUSICAL (MARTIN, BETTY) 14
November 9, 1966 JUANITA OPEN HOUSE, BOOK FAIR COMBINED 8
November 9, 1966 CITY OKAYS PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PX-4
November 9, 1966 BARBER SHOP INSTALLS - PIANO? (PHOTO OF SANDERSON, GUY & ALVIN) 1
November 9, 1966 NEW MARINE OWNER TO STRESS SERVICING (GUNDRAM, BOB) 12
November 9, 1966 CAPITAL MOVES TO NEW OFFICE (CAPITAL FINANCE CO) 12
November 9, 1966 WOMAN TRAPPED IN CAR 1
November 9, 1966 REDMOND AHEAD IN UGN DRIVE 18
November 9, 1966 TEENAGERS SEEK 'HUB' TYPE CENTER 1
November 9, 1966 BAT-MAN KARNIVAL FRIDAY 5
November 9, 1966 CITY OKAYS PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PX-4
November 9, 1966 REDMOND PLANNER ADVISES DESIGN FOR 'RING' CITIES 12
November 9, 1966 BOARD HEARS REPORT ON 'STUDY OF MAN' PX-4
November 9, 1966 LWSD BIBLE USE MAY BE TESTED 1
November 9, 1966 COUNCIL ADOPTS POSITIONS ON 'LITTLE REPORT' 10
November 9, 1966 KINDERGARTNERS TAKE SPOTLIGHT THIS WEEK 10
November 9, 1966 DENOMINATIONS AT NORTHWEST COLLEGE TOLD 18
November 9, 1966 CHERYL ANN WATERS, JOHN GREENFIELD 8
November 9, 1966 BARBARA BECKER, DAVID F BOSTRUM 8
November 9, 1966 TANARA LYONS, RICHARD WENDORF 8
November 9, 1966 FIRE CHIEFS ELECT ANDY (ANDERSON, ANDY) 15
November 9, 1966 CITY OKAYS PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PX-4
November 9, 1966 AREA AMBULANCE PROBLEM RE-HITS 1
November 9, 1966 JUANITA OPEN HOUSE, BOOK FAIR COMBINED 8
November 9, 1966 STATION LOSES $385 IN BURGLARY 1
November 9, 1966 SHOTS FIRED HALLOWEEN 5
November 9, 1966 JOHNSON, OLAF 13
November 9, 1966 FULLER, AARON 14
November 9, 1966 SCHOLES, JOHN 15
November 9, 1966 PRICE, NETTIE 15
November 9, 1966 JOSTEN, SUSIE 15
November 9, 1966 SOCIAL SERVICE GROUP ORGANIZING FOR AREA 1
November 9, 1966 FORMER RESIDENT RETURNS AFTER 35 YEARS (WELCOME WAGON) 9
November 9, 1966 CLUBS PROTEST LICENSE FEE 15
November 9, 1966 MINISTERS HERE SUPPORT REPEAL OF 'BLUE LAW' 12
November 9, 1966 ROSE HILL CHURCH PLANS WEEK OF RENEWAL MEETINGS 14
November 9, 1966 ES FREIGHT RATE PLAN PROPOSED 5
November 9, 1966 DOWNTOWN BUS STOP TO END MON 1
November 9, 1966 NORTHUP INTERCHANGE TO OPEN NOV 22 1
November 9, 1966 MARKET ST 4-LANING FIRST STREET L.I.D. UNDER BONDS 1
November 9, 1966 INJURY SPURS EFFORT ON 405 1
November 9, 1966 CLOVERLEAF INTERCHANGE REQUESTED 15
November 16, 1966 50 YEARS 'SLIP UP' ON KIRKLAND COUPLE (DICKERMAN, MR AND MRS H M) 8
November 16, 1966 SOME LIGHT FINALLY SHED ON 'OCCURRENCE' 2
November 16, 1966 NB OF C ISSUES BANKAMERICARDS GOOD THIS WEEK 3
November 16, 1966 MAN. 81, WIFE, 82, BOWL TILL MIDNIGHT (TURNER, ALBERT & JOSIE) 1
November 16, 1966 KIRKLAND GIRL NOW STEWARDESS (JOHNSON, MARGARET) 7
November 16, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (BRANDT, JANET) 9
November 16, 1966 HALF-WAY HOUSE RULED BY MOST GRACIOUS LADY (ELGIN, MARION) 12
November 16, 1966 KIRKLANDER ON BOARD FOR SAFETY (HALLS, JAL) 18
November 16, 1966 KINGSGATE SEEN NEXT FOR SCHOOL 12
November 16, 1966 ACTION UNDER WAY ON OVERLOADS IN 3 SCHOOLS 14
November 16, 1966 WOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALL AT NORTHWEST COMPLETED 14
November 16, 1966 RIVER OF MUD SLITHERS DOWN FINN HILL 1
November 16, 1966 28 GUILDS PARTICIPATE IN KIRKLAND PROJECT PARADE 8
November 16, 1966 COUNCIL TO REVIEW WATERFRONT ZONING 1
November 16, 1966 G ZONING REQUESTED ALONG NP 2
November 16, 1966 SCHOOL ISSUES CARRY 1
November 16, 1966 TEACH RUSSIAN, DA OR NYET 1
November 16, 1966 FOOTBALL AND HAMBURGERS APPEAL TO EXCHANGE STUDENT (SALGADO, SUSANA) 3
November 16, 1966 80 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FORM CASTLE WORK CORPS 10
November 16, 1966 LW TO HIRE MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 18
November 16, 1966 ROSEMARY HARNESS, STEVE SMITH 8
November 16, 1966 FIRE DISTRICT 41: RATING COULD MEAN LOWER INSURANCE 1
November 16, 1966 VOTERS RETURN 'TEAM' TO STATE LEGISLATURE 15
November 16, 1966 COUNCIL TO REVIEW WATERFRONT ZONING 1
November 16, 1966 RETIRED SCHOOL BUS HAS COMEBACK 11
November 16, 1966 DRY SEWER BACKED 12
November 16, 1966 2 HOUGHTON BOND ISSUES APPROVED 15
November 16, 1966 COUNCIL TO REVIEW WATERFRONT ZONING 1
November 16, 1966 $1200 STOLE IS RECOVERED BY POLICE 1
November 16, 1966 TIRES WITH RED PAINT STOLEN 1
November 16, 1966 SCHOOL TRAIL CASE FINES SUSPENDED (PRIMEAU) 2
November 16, 1966 GIRL SAID ASSAULTED WEDNESDAY 2
November 16, 1966 REFUTING TRUNK CHARGES, HOLT GIVES MATTER TO PROSECUTION 15
November 16, 1966 RUSSELL APPEARS YOUNGEST JUDGE (RUSSELL, TOM) 15
November 16, 1966 LEERIGHT, LENORE 2
November 16, 1966 JOSTEN, SUSIE 7
November 16, 1966 LEONHARDT, WILLIAM ALFRED 12
November 16, 1966 'NEW LEADERSHIP' WINS IN ES GOP CONTESTS 1
November 16, 1966 WHILE VOTING: REDMOND WOMAN FINDS WAY TO BEAT LONG LINE 1
November 16, 1966 HERE'S HOW YOUR LOCAL PRECINCTS VOTED IN NOVEMBER 8, 1966 GENERAL ELECTION 6
November 16, 1966 NEW NAZARENE PASTOR ARRIVING HERE (STEELE, HERBERT) 14
November 16, 1966 HERE'S HOW YOUR LOCAL PRECINCTS VOTED IN NOVEMBER 8, 1966 GENERAL ELECTION 6
November 16, 1966 RETIRED SCHOOL BUS HAS COMEBACK 11
November 16, 1966 LW BLVD PRIORITY REQUESTED 12
November 16, 1966 EVA JORGENSON, CRAIG BROWN 8
November 23, 1966 MYSTERY AT CROSSROADS GOOD ENTERTAINMENT 7
November 23, 1966 OCCURRENCE SET BACK OR MAYBE, IT'S AHEAD 7
November 23, 1966 PEOPLES NAMES TRANSFERS 11
November 23, 1966 TENNESSEE MOM FIGURES IN BOY WINNING ROSE BOWL TRIP (HURLBUT, BOB) 1
November 23, 1966 TEEN QUEEN CUTS $5 1/2 MILLION RIBBON (MILLER, JEANNE) 1
November 23, 1966 FIRM NAMES KIRKLANDER TO BOARD (SMITH, WENDELL E) 2
November 23, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (WHITEHEAD, DEE) 9
November 23, 1966 RHS LIBRARY BUYS MICRO-FILM MACHINE 11
November 23, 1966 GARDEN CLUB BOOSTS CIVIC CENTER BEAUTY 6
November 23, 1966 IN HOUGHTON: COURT RULING ALLOWS 20-STORY APARTMENTS 1
November 23, 1966 NEW HOMES UP IN 1966 3
November 23, 1966 HARBOR POINT APARTMENT SALE NOTED 4
November 23, 1966 GREATER KIRKLAND YULE SHOPPING SEASON OPENS 1
November 23, 1966 HEARING DUE DEC 15 ON NEW STATION CONTROL 11
November 23, 1966 FATHER TRIES TO SAVE GIRL, 13, AFTER FALL FROM TREE (EYLER) 3
November 23, 1966 CHILDREN TO INTERPRET CHRISTMAS IN CONTEST 1
November 23, 1966 CUB SCOUTS BUILD TOYS FOR NEEDY 14
November 23, 1966 CHILDREN TO INTERPRET CHRISTMAS IN CONTEST 1
November 23, 1966 HOW'S THAT ONCE MORE, PROFESSOR (SIX-LIGHT STIMULUS VS 5) (?) 1
November 23, 1966 STATE COMPLETES STUDY, WITH LW, ON TEACHERS 2
November 23, 1966 LW SKI PROGRAM SWERVES INTO PROBLEM 3
November 23, 1966 SCHOOLS CAN'T PAY INSURANCE, COST OF ATHLETES 4
November 23, 1966 SCHOOLS MAINTAIN YES VOTE 6
November 23, 1966 DOWNIE PREFERS MORE TEACHING TIME, TO 12-MONTH SCHOOL YEAR 6
November 23, 1966 LUCILLE ANDERSON, GRANT S MEINER 8
November 23, 1966 SHARON SMYSER, JAMES CHURCHILL 8
November 23, 1966 JANIS INGERSOLL, LARRY BOZARTH 9
November 23, 1966 GARDEN CLUB BOOSTS CIVIC CENTER BEAUTY 6
November 23, 1966 GUILDS READY PROJECT PARADE FOR SATURDAY 10
November 23, 1966 GREATER KIRKLAND YULE SHOPPING SEASON OPENS 1
November 23, 1966 CHILDREN TO INTERPRET CHRISTMAS IN CONTEST 1
November 23, 1966 MANY WILLING HANDS ASSIST HOLIDAY SHOW 8
November 23, 1966 GUILDS READY PROJECT PARADE FOR SATURDAY 10
November 23, 1966 HOUGHTON DELAY NOTED IN WATER AGREEMENT 1
November 23, 1966 IN HOUGHTON: COURT RULING ALLOWS 20-STORY APARTMENTS 1
November 23, 1966 STREET PAVING BID AWARDED IN HOUGHTON 2
November 23, 1966 HOUGHTON POLICE CAR BID AWARDED 11
November 23, 1966 IN HOUGHTON: COURT RULING ALLOWS 20-STORY APARTMENTS 1
November 23, 1966 RUSSELL 237 VOTES OVER TRUNK 1
November 23, 1966 OLD TICKETS CATCHING UP TO DRIVERS 11
November 23, 1966 SHERIFF TO HOLD BICYCLE SALE 11
November 23, 1966 HOUGHTON POLICE CAR BID AWARDED 11
November 23, 1966 JOURNAL EDITOR APPOINTED TO LIBRARY BOARD (NEWMAN, BILL) 2
November 23, 1966 EYLER, CINDY ANN 3
November 23, 1966 GILBERT, LESTER D 7
November 23, 1966 BABCOCK, ADELE R 7
November 23, 1966 BRADLEY, MONICA 7
November 23, 1966 CRAMER, ALICE LEONA BRIGGS 10
November 23, 1966 FRANKLIN, SAMUEL D 10
November 23, 1966 CONSIDERATION SHOWN CLUBS IN LICENSING 1
November 23, 1966 GARDEN CLUB BOOSTS CIVIC CENTER BEAUTY 6
November 23, 1966 ENGLAND, GERMANY, NEW ZEALAND REPRESENTED HERE (WELCOME WAGON) 8
November 23, 1966 CUB SCOUTS BUILD TOYS FOR NEEDY 14
November 23, 1966 RUSSELL 237 VOTES OVER TRUNK 1
November 23, 1966 TRUNK CONGRATULATES WINNING OPPONENT (LETTER) 2
November 23, 1966 AIR-LIFTING OF CERTAIN OVERSEAS MAIL TOLD 6
November 23, 1966 TENNESSEE MOM FIGURES IN BOY WINNING ROSE BOWL TRIP (HURLBUT, BOB) 1
November 23, 1966 CITIZENS CAN HELP PLAN PLAYGROUND 1
November 23, 1966 BOARD ASKS NEW NAMES FOR PARKS 1
November 23, 1966 KIRKLAND STILL IN RUNNING FOR MATCHING PARK FUNDS 1
November 23, 1966 CITY BUS FLAG STOPS SHOWN (MAP) 3
November 23, 1966 TEEN QUEEN CUTS $5 1/2 MILLION RIBBON (MAP OF NORTHUP INTERCHANGE) 1
November 23, 1966 RAILROAD AVE: COUNTRY VACATES ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY IN CITY 1
November 23, 1966 STREET PAVING BID AWARDED IN HOUGHTON 2
November 23, 1966 HOUGHTON DELAY NOTED IN WATER AGREEMENT 1
November 23, 1966 WEST COAST NAME SOON MAY CHANGE 6
November 23, 1966 JANA WOODS, GEORGE MORAN 8
November 23, 1966 LORNA KAY PRICE, CHARLES FREDERIC DIESEN 8
November 30, 1966 KIRKLAND AUTO PARTS - OPEN HOUSE 10
November 30, 1966 ENCHANTED CASTLE READIED FOR HOLIDAYS 11
November 30, 1966 LEEN, 21, VISITS A PRESIDENT (LEEN, DAVID) 1
November 30, 1966 INJURED BOY KNOWS HE WILL WALK AGAIN (SCHROEDER, KEITH) 1
November 30, 1966 MRS HOLMES RETIRES FROM PUGET (HOLMES, ETHEL) 7
November 30, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (VAN, CAROLYN) 9
November 30, 1966 HARMON ANNOUNCES YMCA TO BUILD IN 1967 5
November 30, 1966 $500,000 APARTMENT PLANNED 1
November 30, 1966 OPEN HOUSE PLANNED BY AUTO PARTS FIRM (KIRKLAND AUTO PARTS) PX-4
November 30, 1966 TOURING THE STORES WITH TORIE 14
November 30, 1966 AUTO RAMS POLE, RUNS OFF BANK 1
November 30, 1966 UGN GOALS TOPPED HERE 5
November 30, 1966 TEENS, LAWMEN TO MEET 1
November 30, 1966 HEARING SET ON PLAT IN 400-HOME DEVELOPMENT 12
November 30, 1966 SCHOOL LEVY PASSES BY NARROWEST YET 1
November 30, 1966 PARENTS TO GET ANSWERS ON: WHAT IS JUNIOR HIGH 3
November 30, 1966 GARDEN CLUBS HOLIDAY SHOW TO RING OUT GLAD TIDINGS 8
November 30, 1966 KIRKLAND LEVY MEASURE PASSES BY 3-TO-1 MARGIN 5
November 30, 1966 CHRISTMAS TRAIL CONTEST OPENS 1
November 30, 1966 GARDEN CLUBS HOLIDAY SHOW TO RING OUT GLAD TIDINGS 8
November 30, 1966 HOUGHTON COUNCIL CONSIDERS COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 13
November 30, 1966 WORK STARTS ON METRO FACILITIES IN JUANITA 5
November 30, 1966 TELEPHONE NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUE TUES 1
November 30, 1966 TEENS, LAWMEN TO MEET 1
November 30, 1966 6 VANDALISM ACTS LISTED IN KIRKLAND 1
November 30, 1966 MORANDI, JOHN PX-4
November 30, 1966 ROSE, ALBERT LOUIS PX-4
November 30, 1966 GARDEN CLUBS HOLIDAY SHOW TO RING OUT GLAD TIDINGS 8
November 30, 1966 SCOUTS HOLD FIRST COURT OF HONOR 13
November 30, 1966 CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR MAN WHO HAS EVERYTHING: NEW STREET 1
November 30, 1966 JUANITA, KENMORE SPANS SERVICEABLE 1
November 30, 1966 NEW NORTHUP INTERCHANGE DEDICATED NOV 22 (PHOTOS) 6
November 30, 1966 TELEPHONE NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUE TUES 1
November 30, 1966 WORK STARTS ON METRO FACILITIES IN JUANITA 5
November 30, 1966 TELEPHONE CALL UNITES FAMILY HERE (FRANKLIN, SHADE) 8
November 30, 1966 CAROLINE CALDWELL, CHARLES BARBER 8
November 30, 1966 JOAN BEELER, DOUGLAS SMALLEY III 8
November 30, 1966 CHRISTINE ROSENTHAL, JERRY HADDOCK 8
December 7, 1966 WOOD'S LAKESHORE PHARMACY -REMODELED AND ENLARGED 12
December 7, 1966 RHYMES COME TO LIFE IN ENCHANTED CASTLE 1
December 7, 1966 OCCURRENCE MUSIC NOTED ON TICKETS 7
December 7, 1966 ENCHANTED CASTLE BOUND TO CHARM 10
December 7, 1966 ROLOFF WELL REMEMBERS PEARL HARBOR 1
December 7, 1966 ACTOR SIGNS FOR FILM (MCMACKIN, RAY) 4
December 7, 1966 COOK' CORNER (DEBOER, NINA) 9
December 7, 1966 SCHOOL AT KINGSGATE, JUANITA, ROSE HILL ADDITIONS PROPOSED 1
December 7, 1966 TRESTLE HIT AGAIN 1
December 7, 1966 KIRKLAND MAN INJURED IN REAR-END COLLISION (CALDERON, RODOLFO) 3
December 7, 1966 CHAMBER ELECTS 5 TO BOARD 1
December 7, 1966 HEAD START HERE HAS VACANCIES 6
December 7, 1966 TEENS MULL CENTER WITH POLICE, SHERIFF'S MEN 13
December 7, 1966 TUTTLE WINS STATE SCHOOL BOARD SEAT (TUTTLE, HIRAM) 1
December 7, 1966 WHAT WILL YEAR 2001'S KANGS THINK? (TIME CAPSULE) 1
December 7, 1966 CAC PANEL TO DISCUSS GRADING 2
December 7, 1966 SCHOOL DISTRICT REQUESTS 90% STATE MATCHING FUNDS 2
December 7, 1966 RHS BOYS BUILDING ENGINE FROM START 5
December 7, 1966 SANDRA KNUDSON, JAMES L ZAHN 8
December 7, 1966 PATRICIA HOSS, HOWARD YARBROUGH 8
December 7, 1966 U.S. OKAYS PLAN FUNDS FOR KIRKLAND 1
December 7, 1966 REP LELAND TO CHAIRMAN NEW TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE 6
December 7, 1966 KIRKLAND COUNCIL CONSIDERS SWIM POOL 1
December 7, 1966 WHAT WILL YEAR 2001'S KANGS THINK? (TIME CAPSULE) 1
December 7, 1966 REINDEER-LESS CARRIAGE TO DELIVER SANTA CLAUS 1
December 7, 1966 TIME LEFT FOR TRAIL DECORATING 15
December 7, 1966 SCHOOL AT KINGSGATE, JUANITA, ROSE HILL ADDITIONS PROPOSED 1
December 7, 1966 PAINT SPRAYED ON NEW BUILDING 1
December 7, 1966 ASSAULT, VANDALISM THEFT LISTED 6
December 7, 1966 TEENS MULL CENTER WITH POLICE, SHERIFF'S MEN 13
December 7, 1966 BAUM WINS WORLD-WIDE (BAUM, MAURICE) 4
December 7, 1966 MEXICO-TO-CANADA HORSEMAN STOPS HERE (LEGATE, AL) 4
December 7, 1966 KIRKLAND COUNCIL CONSIDERS SWIM POOL 1
December 7, 1966 MINISTERS TO 'TRY' DIALOGUE SERMON HERE 3
December 7, 1966 SCHOOL AT KINGSGATE, JUANITA, ROSE HILL ADDITIONS PROPOSED 1
December 7, 1966 MEET TO SHOW L.I.D. SENTIMENT 1
December 7, 1966 SWITCHBOARD TOGETHERNESS 1
December 7, 1966 JANET ALLEN, MELVIN LEE RINGEL 8
December 7, 1966 MARGARET JEAN KENNAN, RONALD W STUNTZ 8
December 14, 1966 CASTLE OPEN REST OF WEEK 1
December 14, 1966 PEACE CORPSMAN TOM LEARNS WHILE HELPING (BRATT, TOM) 3
December 14, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (HULET, BILLIE) 9
December 14, 1966 HIGH CHURCH AWARD DUE START SCOUT (CONE, BILL) 20
December 14, 1966 HEARINGS SET ON STATIONS BY PERMIT 2
December 14, 1966 PENNEY BONUS PAID WORKERS 6
December 14, 1966 TOURING THE STORES WITH TORIE 14
December 14, 1966 DOWNTOWN CAROLING SCHEDULED 1
December 14, 1966 MORE STEPS TAKEN ON TEEN CENTER 5
December 14, 1966 THERE'S CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD IN LANGUAGE CLASSES 1
December 14, 1966 SKI PROGRAM DECISION POSTPONED TO DEC 19 5
December 14, 1966 STUDENTS DIG NEANDERTHAL REMAINS ON LWHS GROUNDS 6
December 14, 1966 P-TAS BACK BIBLE USE AS LITERATURE 7
December 14, 1966 ALL 'A' SISTERS TOP KJHS HONOR ROLL 12
December 14, 1966 PTAS SEEK CLINIC FUNDS 13
December 14, 1966 HIGH SCHOOL CHRISTMAS CONCERT TO FEATURE MODERN ARRANGEMENTS 13
December 14, 1966 KAREN JENSEN, JAMES MENCHACA 8
December 14, 1966 LINDA TODD, RONALD O NEWHOUSE 8
December 14, 1966 EDUCATION, MONEY SEEN TOP ISSUES 6
December 14, 1966 OVERFLOW CROWD ASKS L.I.D. QUESTIONS 1
December 14, 1966 MAYOR SAYS FUND REQUEST BOOKKEEPING 1
December 14, 1966 DOWNTOWN CAROLING SCHEDULED 1
December 14, 1966 SANTA, YULE SHIPS TO CRUISE LOCAL WATERS 1
December 14, 1966 MRS PERKINS HEADS BASKET PROGRAM HERE (PERKINS, MRS OLIVER) 1
December 14, 1966 HIGH SCHOOL CHRISTMAS CONCERT TO FEATURE MODERN ARRANGEMENTS 13
December 14, 1966 COUNCIL HEARS L.I.D. 6 ASSESSMENT PROTESTS 2
December 14, 1966 STRIKE TROUBLE FAILS TO DEVELOP 1
December 14, 1966 11 CHARGED IN ALLEGED BEER PARTY 1
December 14, 1966 1 PICKED UP IN VANDALISM 2
December 14, 1966 1 ARRESTED IN ROBBERY AT INGLEWOOD 2
December 14, 1966 HILL SCHOOL VANDALIZED 2
December 14, 1966 ACKLEY FOUND GUILTY 6
December 14, 1966 TAVERN CASE GOES TO STATE 6
December 14, 1966 FORMER KIRKLAND BOY PERISHES IN VIETNAM (ISELY, MICHAEL GENE) 1
December 14, 1966 ISELY, MICHAEL GENE 1
December 14, 1966 BLAKKETTER, LOUISE 2
December 14, 1966 MULLER, KAREN 7
December 14, 1966 MCEVOY, BRIDGET 13
December 14, 1966 DENHOLM, ELIZABETH 14
December 14, 1966 SAUVAGE, RAYMOND LOUIS 14
December 14, 1966 TURNER, MABEL 14
December 14, 1966 SINGER, CALLA LILLY 20
December 14, 1966 50 IMPORTANT TO ALTRUSANS 9
December 14, 1966 BROWNIES AND SCOUTS TOUR WORLD AT HOME 8
December 14, 1966 EX-KANG WINS FOUR COLLEGE GRID AWARDS (SMITH, STEVE) 4
December 14, 1966 SANTA, YULE SHIPS TO CRUISE LOCAL WATERS 1
December 14, 1966 MINOR MISHAPS BRING NEW HOLMES PT BUS PROTESTS 3
December 14, 1966 NEW COMMITTEE'S AIM: REGIONAL TRANSIT EFFORT 6
December 14, 1966 STRIKE TROUBLE FAILS TO DEVELOP 1
December 14, 1966 RUNOFF CREATING PROBLEMS 1
December 14, 1966 CITY BUSY WITH FLOOD 1
December 14, 1966 SNOW LOOKED NICE - TO NON-DRIVERS (PHOTOS) 12
December 14, 1966 JANET FARRIER, THOMAS HATHAWAY HARDY 8
December 14, 1966 JOYCE NIBLOCK, GEORGE WILLIAM-THOMAS MCGUIRE 8
December 14, 1966 PHYLLIS BECKER, JOHN ROBERT ROWAN 8
December 21, 1966 CREATIVE ARTS LEAGUE CASTLE ENCHANTS YOUNG (PHOTOS) 8
December 21, 1966 HAPPY HOLLY-DAYS (WINSEMIUS, HARRY) 1
December 21, 1966 MAYOR BRINGS BACK 'GARDENER-CITY PLANNER' (CHODYKIN, JOE) 3
December 21, 1966 VISIT FROM GERMANY BRINGS CHRISTMAS JOY (RICHKOFF, D P) 8
December 21, 1966 COOK'S CORNER (FINCHAM, VEL) 9
December 21, 1966 LW OFFERS $76,750 FOR JUANITA SITE 18
December 21, 1966 PERMITS FOR GAS STATIONS 3
December 21, 1966 WHY SAFEWAY SIGN ON 7-11 GROCERY STORE 12
December 21, 1966 CREDIT FIRM MOVES OFFICE IN KIRKLAND (EASTSIDE CREDIT BUREAU) 18
December 21, 1966 GOOD THING SCHNEEWINDS WAITED TO DECORATE YARD 6
December 21, 1966 KIRKLAND CHAMBER BACKS ROCKET RESEARCH PLANS 12
December 21, 1966 CASH, TOYS, TIME GO TO CHRISTMAS BASKETS 2
December 21, 1966 APPEAL MADE FOR MOTHER'S MARCH 9
December 21, 1966 TEENS DRAFT OWN RULES FOR CENTER 7
December 21, 1966 CITY BACKS TEEN CENTER IMPROVEMENT 12
December 21, 1966 WINDSOR PLAT WINS APPROVAL 3
December 21, 1966 R-12.5, 18.5 SHIFT TO R-8.5 CONTINUED 3
December 21, 1966 PRINCIPAL SEABLOOM RESIGNS (SEABLOOM, WALT) 1
December 21, 1966 RIDENOUR ELECTED; SKI BUSES OKAYED 1
December 21, 1966 LAB SELECTS LW RESEARCH WORK 6
December 21, 1966 INSTRUCTION GETS 'DA' 6
December 21, 1966 RHS TRIES PIONEER PROGRAM 15
December 21, 1966 HAPPY HOLLY-DAYS (WINSEMIUS, HARRY) 1
December 21, 1966 COUNCIL KILLS OFF MKT L.I.D. 1
December 21, 1966 '701' FUNDS APPROVED, CITY SEEKS PROFESSIONAL PLANNER 1
December 21, 1966 CITY BACKS TEEN CENTER IMPROVEMENT 12
December 21, 1966 BOND BIDS ACCEPTED BY COUNCIL 12
December 21, 1966 HAPPY HOLLY-DAYS (WINSEMIUS, HARRY) 1
December 21, 1966 LOCAL CHRISTMAS TRAIL LOCATIONS ANNOUNCED 1
December 21, 1966 CASH, TOYS, TIME GO TO CHRISTMAS BASKETS 2
December 21, 1966 GOOD BOYS AND GIRLS WRITE SANTA LETTERS 15
December 21, 1966 FINAL L.I.D. 5 ROLL ADOPTED IN HOUGHTON 5
December 21, 1966 BAG FIRM IS BUILDING PLANT HERE (TRANSPARENT BAG CO) 2
December 21, 1966 LW OFFERS $76,750 FOR JUANITA SITE 18
December 21, 1966 TWO 'HIGH' BOYS ARRESTED IN KIRKLAND GLUE-SNIFFING 1
December 21, 1966 ASSAULT ON BOYS, 4 & 6, CLEARED UP 1
December 21, 1966 WORDING ARCHAIC BUT OLD LAW HOLDS (STEAMBOAT ORDINANCE) 2
December 21, 1966 MANY YULE LIGHTS TAKEN 5
December 21, 1966 CONFISCATED (PHOTO OF BEER KEG AND BOTTLES) 12
December 21, 1966 GARDEN CLUB PROTESTS BUS STOP AS UNSAFE (LETTER) 2
December 21, 1966 SOCIAL PLANNING GROUP FORMALLY ORGANIZES 3
December 21, 1966 JCS SEEK SERVICE AWARD CANDIDATES 1
December 21, 1966 1966 SEES MAJOR STEPS FOR PARK DEVELOPMENT 5
December 21, 1966 FREIGHT RATE HIKE OKAYED 2
December 21, 1966 GARDEN CLUB PROTESTS BUS STOP AS UNSAFE (LETTER) 2
December 21, 1966 COUNCIL KILLS OFF MKT L.I.D. 1
December 28, 1966 'WIZARD' NOW PLAYING 6
December 28, 1966 BIG DAY ARRIVING FOR BOB HURLBUT, 13 1
December 28, 1966 INGLEWOOD DRUGGIST SHOULD WEAR BADGE, SHERIFF SAYS (FARMER, DICK) 5
December 28, 1966 FIRST BABY CONTEST RULES CHANGE NOTED 1
December 28, 1966 NON-CITY CONSTRUCTION UP 2 TIMES 11
December 28, 1966 BELL HIT: VANDALISM UPS COSTS OF SCHOOLS 1
December 28, 1966 LW ASKS BUILDING FUNDS 3
December 28, 1966 SAINTS ALIVE FAVORITE STORE FOR MANY WOMEN (ST JOHN'S EPISCOPAL) 2
December 28, 1966 SAINTS ALIVE FAVORITE STORE FOR MANY WOMEN (ST JOHN'S EPISCOPAL) 2
December 28, 1966 COACH'S WIFE HURT IN MISHAP (SPENCER, MRS JACK) 1
December 28, 1966 CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS TOLD IN ART ENTRIES 6
December 28, 1966 ROSE HILL PLAT ASKED ON NE 92ND 5
December 28, 1966 CERTIFIED MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR (LETTER FROM SMITH, JEAN) 2
December 28, 1966 BELLEVUE CC OFFERS CLASS ON VIOLENCE 2
December 28, 1966 UW RESEARCH AT RHS, LWHS WINS APPROVAL 2
December 28, 1966 FOCUS: IT'S FUN TO LEARN AT HEAD START 6
December 28, 1966 JUANITAN QUESTIONS SKI BUS USE EFFECTS 11
December 28, 1966 PEGGY ANN GWINN, DANIEL RANEY 8
December 28, 1966 JOYCE DENT, DOUGLAS M MORGAN 8
December 28, 1966 DIANE DAMRON, DARYL BAERWALD 8
December 28, 1966 JANET LOUISE ANDERSON, ROBERT L BOYCE JR 8
December 28, 1966 CHIMNEY FIRE HALTED 16
December 28, 1966 COUNCIL TO CHOOSE NEW MAYOR 1
December 28, 1966 TRAIL WINNERS ANNOUNCED (PHOTOS) 1
December 28, 1966 CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS TOLD IN ART ENTRIES 6
December 28, 1966 PIPE, BOTTLES, LIGHTS MAKE HOLIDAY DISPLAY 11
December 28, 1966 UC MERGES WITH PLANE CONTROL FIRM 11
December 28, 1966 PHONE TALKS RESUMED 2
December 28, 1966 GIFTS STOLEN; VANDALS HIT HILL SCHOOL 1
December 28, 1966 BELL HIT: VANDALISM UPS COSTS OF SCHOOLS 1
December 28, 1966 INGLEWOOD DRUGGIST SHOULD WEAR BADGE, SHERIFF SAYS (FARMER, DICK) 5
December 28, 1966 DO YOU KNOW CONSEQUENCES OF MINOR'S LIQUOR VIOLATION? 5
December 28, 1966 BOOKMOBILE STOPS LISTED THROUGH MAY 2
December 28, 1966 JACKS-IN-THE-BOX POP UP IN CREATIVE DRAMATICS CLASS 13
December 28, 1966 ACTION COMMITTEE FORMING TO SEEK NEW NE AREA HOSPITAL 1
December 28, 1966 CLARK, CHARLES 7
December 28, 1966 BERRY, HARRIET E 16
December 28, 1966 IT'S CALIFORNIA 10 TO 2 FOR IMPORTING NEWCOMERS (WELCOME WAGON) PX-4
December 28, 1966 ZIP CODES 'MUST' FOR BULK PERMIT MAILING 1
December 28, 1966 RHS SENIOR NATIONALLY RATED BICYCLIST (CURREEN, MIKE) 4
December 28, 1966 PROPOSED SWIMMING POOL RECEIVES FIRST DONATION 1
December 28, 1966 ROSE HILL PLAT ASKED ON NE 92ND 5
December 28, 1966 COMPLAINT ADDED TO BUS PROTEST (LETTER FROM GILMOR, BOB) 2
December 28, 1966 HEARING SET ON 4 LANES FOR NE 124TH 1
December 28, 1966 108TH AVE CONNECTION DELAYED 5
December 28, 1966 JUDY HEATH, THOMAS CRAIG 9
January 4, 1967 ANDY'S CAFE - GRAND OPENING 3
January 4, 1967 TRIPLET GIRLS VISIT GRANDPARENTS HERE (CHAUSSEE, MR AND MRS HALLAS) 1
January 4, 1967 SCOUT EARNS HIGH CHURCH CITATION (CUMMINGS, MARK) 6
January 4, 1967 CHINESE GIRL VISITS BLUECHELS FROM JAPAN (YUH, JUNEI) 8
January 4, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (DIESSNER, JEANNE) 9
January 4, 1967 PREFINISH MOVING INTO NEW BUILDING (WESTERN PREFINISH WOODWORK) 5
January 4, 1967 MAGNUSON MOVING IN NOW, TOO (MAGNUSON FURNITURE CO) 5
January 4, 1967 SCHOOLS NAMED FROST GRADE, JUANITA HIGH 1
January 4, 1967 COMMITTEE ASKS IDEAS ON STADIUM 4
January 4, 1967 B FRANKLIN SCHOOL BIDS TO BE OPENED (SKETCH) 6
January 4, 1967 NEW YEAR'S EVE IN BUBBLE (HARBOR LIGHT APARTMENT SWIMMING POOL) 1
January 4, 1967 CASCADE VISTA: NURSING HOME SETS OPENING 7
January 4, 1967 90TH ANNIVERSARY: BEN FRANKLIN STORE JOINING CELEBRATION 3
January 4, 1967 NEW OWNERS FOR CAFE ANNOUNCED (ANDERSON, ALBERT - RILEY'S CAFE) 6
January 4, 1967 PICKING UP PIECES (PHOTO OF WRECK AT RAIL OVERPASS) 1
January 4, 1967 HOUGHTON WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED 1
January 4, 1967 C OF C TO INSTALL OFFICERS 1
January 4, 1967 EDUCATION CHAIRMAN NAMED FOR MARCH OF DIMES (TIMMERMEISTER, MRS A L) PX-4
January 4, 1967 RECENT COURT DECISIONS CASES FAVOR HOUGHTON 6
January 4, 1967 SYLVIA SPORRER, DAVID BERNAUER 8
January 4, 1967 3 ESCAPE TRAILER FIRE 1
January 4, 1967 PEOPLE, PLACES, EVENTS IN THE NEWS FOR 1966 1
January 4, 1967 HOUGHTON: ACTION NOW ASKED FOR ST PROGRAM 1
January 4, 1967 RECENT COURT DECISIONS CASES FAVOR HOUGHTON 6
January 4, 1967 PREFINISH MOVING INTO NEW BUILDING (WESTERN PREFINISH WOODWORK) 5
January 4, 1967 MAGNUSON MOVING IN NOW, TOO (MAGNUSON FURNITURE CO) 5
January 4, 1967 MRS C DIMMICK IS PRESIDING JUDGE 1
January 4, 1967 RECENT COURT DECISIONS CASES FAVOR HOUGHTON 6
January 4, 1967 CAR, OTHER THEFTS UNDER INVESTIGATION 6
January 4, 1967 FUNDS OKAYED FROM POLICE COURT FINES 6
January 4, 1967 JONES, FRED A 7
January 4, 1967 PETUNIAS REWARDED WITH PARTY (PHOTO OF EASTSIDE JUNIOR GARDEN CLUB) 8
January 4, 1967 MASONS TO INSTALL 7
January 4, 1967 WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES 47 YEARS 8
January 4, 1967 FILIPINO WIVES FORM CLUB JUST FOR FUN 8
January 4, 1967 EAST SIDE LEGISLATORS CHANGING 1
January 4, 1967 LOCAL AREA SEEN BECOMING CYCLE CAPITAL OF NORTHWEST 4
January 4, 1967 1967 AUTO LICENSE TABS GO ON SALE PX-4
January 4, 1967 HOTTEST CAR HERE (SPIRIT OF AMERICA) 1
January 4, 1967 TRANSIT LEGISLATION NEEDED, GROUP AGREES 5
January 4, 1967 HOUGHTON: ACTION NOW ASKED FOR ST PROGRAM 1
January 4, 1967 LEGISLATORS SUBMIT NEW REQUEST FOR BRIDGE TOLL CUT 3
January 4, 1967 $37 MILLION IN ES WORK FINISHED 4
January 4, 1967 UNION HILL HEARINGS JAN 12 14
January 4, 1967 JUDITH VNUK, JAMES DEJARNATT JR 8
January 11, 1967 GALA OPENING HERE FOR SWEDISH PLAY 6
January 11, 1967 NB OF C PROMOTES A H GRAY 14
January 11, 1967 YACHT CLUB NOMINATES MCINTYRES (MCINTYRE, H NEEL) 4
January 11, 1967 POTTER RECEIVES NATIONAL HONOR (RASH, CHARLES) 6
January 11, 1967 AUSTRALIA IS WORKING GIRL'S TRAVEL GOAL (LINDQUIST, SANDRA) 10
January 11, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (ROSE, LOIS) 11
January 11, 1967 FRIENDLIEST CLERK (PHOTO OF FICKENSCHER, ALICE) 15
January 11, 1967 'SOUND' SUGGESTS NAME OF FIRST BABY OF 1967 (CHRISTION, TOHN) 1
January 11, 1967 REDMOND BUILDING FOR '66 TOPS IN AREA 14
January 11, 1967 IN JUANITA: COOPERATIVE EFFORT OPENS SCHOOL PATH 3
January 11, 1967 CHURCH BUYS 4.3 ACRES AT JUANITA (HOLY SPIRIT LUTHERAN) 12
January 11, 1967 JOHNSON CHEV: LARGER, RENAMED FIRM ANNOUNCED 14
January 11, 1967 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR HEADS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (ASHTON, RICHARD) 1
January 11, 1967 TEENS ELECT FIRST OFFICERS FOR CENTER 2
January 11, 1967 REDMOND BUILDING FOR '66 TOPS IN AREA 14
January 11, 1967 4TH, 5TH, 6TH GRADERS TAKING FITNESS TEST 4
January 11, 1967 MARILYN HAGER, STAN TARR 10
January 11, 1967 POISONING OF ANIMALS UNLAWFUL, SAYS SOCIETY 3
January 11, 1967 FACTION FIGHT SURFACES AS R CHAPIN NAMED 3
January 11, 1967 REPORT LISTS LIQUOR FUNDS ALLOTTED HERE 15
January 11, 1967 CITY PAY RAISE 'NECESSARY' 1
January 11, 1967 CITY ENGINEER CLARK RESIGNS (CLARK, FRANK) 1
January 11, 1967 VAUX REELECTED KIRKLAND MAYOR 2
January 11, 1967 PARKS LOANS AUTHORIZED 14
January 11, 1967 HOUGHTON POLICE TRAINING 5
January 11, 1967 RIBBON CUTTING TO WELCOME MAGNUSON FURNITURE HERE 1
January 11, 1967 IN JUANITA: COOPERATIVE EFFORT OPENS SCHOOL PATH 3
January 11, 1967 CHURCH BUYS 4.3 ACRES AT JUANITA (HOLY SPIRIT LUTHERAN) 12
January 11, 1967 $1400 MISSING 2
January 11, 1967 3 ARRESTED IN THEFT 2
January 11, 1967 POISONING OF ANIMALS UNLAWFUL, SAYS SOCIETY 3
January 11, 1967 HOUGHTON POLICE TRAINING 5
January 11, 1967 TELEVISION CABLE ASKED 14
January 11, 1967 PROMOTION COMES AS CHRISTMAS PRESENT (GUTZLER, RALPH P) PX-4
January 11, 1967 GATES, FERRIS PX-4
January 11, 1967 LINN, IDA A 12
January 11, 1967 BROOKS, EMMA 14
January 11, 1967 CAIRNS, PATRICK 14
January 11, 1967 MIDDLETON, JOHN 15
January 11, 1967 BROOKS, JOHN 18
January 11, 1967 KIWANIS TO INSTALL 2
January 11, 1967 JOURNAL OFFICIAL CITY NEWSPAPER 2
January 11, 1967 PLANNERS, PARK BOARD CONSIDER EVEREST PARK 1
January 11, 1967 PARKS LOANS AUTHORIZED 14
January 11, 1967 CONGREGATIONAL: MEETINGS TO EXPLORE CHRISTIAN LIFE DYNAMICS 12
January 11, 1967 YACHT CLUB NOMINATES MCINTYRES (MCINTYRE, H NEEL) 4
January 11, 1967 HYPERBOLIC BUS STOP MULLED 1
January 11, 1967 CHANGE OF PLANS COMING ABOUT ON RAPID TRANSIT? 15
January 11, 1967 MARCH HEARING PLANNED ON 405 HERE 1
January 11, 1967 4TH BRIDGE PROPOSED IN NEW BILL 1
January 11, 1967 ROUTE OF EXTENSION TO REDMOND ADOPTED 3
January 11, 1967 WINDS MAKE WATER TANK SPILL OVER 1
January 11, 1967 'LAKE' SPILLS OVER 3
January 11, 1967 STORM SLOWS TRAFFIC, KNOCKS OUT POWER 6
January 11, 1967 SNOW TURNS EAST SIDE INTO GALLERY OF SCULPTURE (PHOTOS) 14
January 11, 1967 MARILYN MAYHEW, ROBERT WILSON 10
January 11, 1967 RAEDEAN HUMPHREY, JOHN Y BERENTSCHAT 10
January 11, 1967 SUSAN ROGERS, MICHAEL ALVARADO 10
January 18, 1967 LAKESHORE OPTICAL HAS REMODELED 13
January 18, 1967 HOUGHTON COUPLE WED 50 YEARS, HONORED (DAHL , RICHARD & LAURA) 8
January 18, 1967 FAMILY CONCERT THIS YEAR IN KIRKLAND 6
January 18, 1967 ENNIS CANDIDATE FOR STATE JAYCEE TITLE (ENNIS, JAMES J) 2
January 18, 1967 YMCA NEED MORE FUNDS TO BEGIN CONSTRUCTION 4
January 18, 1967 MAGNUSON LOBBY FEATURES WATERFALL (PHOTOS) 10
January 18, 1967 POWER DISPATCH CENTER IN NEW BUILDING (SKETCH) 13
January 18, 1967 HOUSE BILL ASKS REDMOND COLLEGE 1
January 18, 1967 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BIDS LET 1
January 18, 1967 LAST PIECE OF HOUGHTON DOCK GONE 1
January 18, 1967 TEEN CENTER APPROVED 2
January 18, 1967 CITY SETS ANNEXING MEETING 1
January 18, 1967 INDUSTRIAL, COMMERCIAL ZONES ASKED 12
January 18, 1967 NW DEAN'S LIST NAMES 55 PX-4
January 18, 1967 ADULT EDUCATION ENROLLMENT OPENS 2
January 18, 1967 EWBANK NAMED TEACHER OF YEAR (EWBANK, WILLIAM L) 11
January 18, 1967 SHIRLEY JO NIX, JOHN C HARTSHORN 8
January 18, 1967 BARN BURNS IN RAIN 3
January 18, 1967 MEET RICHARD CHAPIN 1
January 18, 1967 NEW PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR HIRED (KNUTSON, ARTHUR) 1
January 18, 1967 KIRKLAND TO ELECT COUNCIL 1
January 18, 1967 GONNASON LEAVING KING CO (GONNASON, WARREN C) 10
January 18, 1967 LAST PIECE OF HOUGHTON DOCK GONE 1
January 18, 1967 BOOKKEEPER SALARY SET IN HOUGHTON 3
January 18, 1967 HOUGHTON COUNCIL REVIEWS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN, UTILITIES 11
January 18, 1967 ROCKET RESEARCH LAND IN ANNEXING REQUEST 10
January 18, 1967 JUANITA SEWER JOBS TOTAL MILLION-PLUS 1
January 18, 1967 TELEPHONE STRIKE ENDS HERE 12
January 18, 1967 VANDALS START FIRE AT SCHOOL 1
January 18, 1967 POLE SNAPPED BY HIT-RUNNER 1
January 18, 1967 $300 COIN THEFT REPORTED LATE 13
January 18, 1967 'DELINQUENCY' ORDINANCE COVERS ADULTS 13
January 18, 1967 NELSON TO REMAIN LIBRARY CHAIRMAN (NELSON, GLENN E) 13
January 18, 1967 NAVY PILOT RESCUES THREE IN VIETNAM (UNDERHILL, JAMES E) 13
January 18, 1967 CRAIG, LANCE 1
January 18, 1967 LEACH, BRIAN 13
January 18, 1967 NEWCOMERS FROM ENGLAND NOW STRATTONWOOD NEIGHBORS (WELCOME WAGON) 11
January 18, 1967 GIRL SCOUTS NUMBER 726 3
January 18, 1967 JCS NAMING 'MAN OF YEAR' TONIGHT 1
January 18, 1967 CIVIC GROUP HEADS CITY SWIM POOL 16
January 18, 1967 LAST PIECE OF HOUGHTON DOCK GONE 1
January 18, 1967 $$ ASKED FOR 901, KIRKLAND TO REDMOND, IN HOUGHTON 1
January 18, 1967 FOR STREETS: CITIZENS SURVEYED ON IMPROVEMENTS 1
January 18, 1967 FEDERAL FUND CUTS DELAY 405 WORK 12
January 18, 1967 CONSULTING FIRM TO DESIGN NORTHUP-TO-REDMOND ROUTE 12
January 18, 1967 HIGHWAY BUDGET: OVER $100 MILLION ASKED FOR PROJECTS 12
January 18, 1967 WATER GROUP PROPOSES COMMISSIONER (BECKER, JAY) 1
January 18, 1967 JUANITA SEWER JOBS TOTAL MILLION-PLUS 1
January 18, 1967 POWER DISPATCH CENTER IN NEW BUILDING (SKETCH) 13
January 18, 1967 KATHLEEN ALBRIGHT, ERIC THORSOS 8
January 18, 1967 SUSAN LOUISE LIND, JOHN MICHAEL LANHAM 8
January 25, 1967 FAMILY CONCERT SERIES DATES BACK TO 1909 5
January 25, 1967 'SWEDENHIELMS' MAJOR THEATRE CONTRIBUTION 12
January 25, 1967 NEW REDMOND STATE BANK EXTENDS WELCOME 12
January 25, 1967 FESTIVAL, MACDONALD WIN JC AWARD (MACDONALD, DONALD) 1
January 25, 1967 FAMILY HAS CHRISTMAS SECOND TIME AROUND (CARPENTER, ELMER) 9
January 25, 1967 SCOUT WINS CHURCH AWARD IN FIRST YEAR (FENDER, KEN) 11
January 25, 1967 W.D. 81 FIGHTS: THREAT TO BRIDLE TRAILS STATE PARK 10
January 25, 1967 FOOD LANE IS BUILDING ADDITION 1
January 25, 1967 BILLS TOSSED IN HOPPER FOR LW COLLEGE 1
January 25, 1967 CITIZEN COMMITTEE TO STUDY KIRKLAND CIVIC CENTER BLDG 1
January 25, 1967 JUANITAN CRITICAL, BABY SAFE IN THREE-CAR CRASH (ANDERSON, FREDERICK) 1
January 25, 1967 CHAMBER SEEKING MEMBERS 1
January 25, 1967 VOLUNTEERS CAN STILL JOIN MOTHERS MARCH 8
January 25, 1967 FESTIVAL, MACDONALD WIN JC AWARD (MACDONALD, DONALD) 1
January 25, 1967 NEW CITY EMPLOYEE (PHOTO OF KNUTSON, ARTHUR) 3
January 25, 1967 HOUGHTON TO CONSIDER UTILITIES 1
January 25, 1967 THIEVES SCARE THEMSELVES OFF 1
January 25, 1967 YACHT VANDALIZED 2
January 25, 1967 BULK PLANT BURGLARIZED 2
January 25, 1967 GATES, MRS IRVING W 10
January 25, 1967 SWANSON, JENNIE 12
January 25, 1967 WAGAR, ALMIRA 12
January 25, 1967 INGERSOLL, JOSEPHINE 12
January 25, 1967 BENNETT, PEARL E 12
January 25, 1967 FESTIVAL, MACDONALD WIN JC AWARD (MACDONALD, DONALD) 1
January 25, 1967 YMCA KICKS OFF MEMBER CAMPAIGN 6
January 25, 1967 HALLAUER SUPPORTING GOV EVANS 12
January 25, 1967 FIVE JOG 200 MILES - BEFORE BREAKFAST 1
January 25, 1967 BANKSON HEADS [POOL DRIVE (BANKSON, RUDY) 1
January 25, 1967 GOLD CREEK PARK OPTIONED AT $800,000 2
January 25, 1967 W.D. 81 FIGHTS: THREAT TO BRIDLE TRAILS STATE PARK 10
January 25, 1967 TUKWILA CONNECTION DELAYED 1
January 25, 1967 SEATTLE, ES FORCES UNIFY AT BRIDGE MEET 1
January 25, 1967 HOUGHTON TO CONSIDER UTILITIES 1
January 25, 1967 WAITING IN THE WET (PHOTO) 7
January 25, 1967 DOWNPOUR CAUSES SLIDE, FLOODS YARDS, STREETS (PHOTOS) 10
January 25, 1967 BARBARA BECKER, DAVID BOSTROM 8
January 25, 1967 DONNA DUNN, ROBERT TAYLOR 8
January 25, 1967 (NO NAME GIVEN) CLAUS, DONALD VAUGHT 8
January 25, 1967 JACQUELINE LEA LYNGEN, ROBERT CLINE WORL JR 8
February 1, 1967 OPEN HOUSE TO HONOR COUPLE WED 50 YEARS (BERG, MR AND MRS ROSS) 8
February 1, 1967 SYMPHONY TO FEATURE STUDENTS 1
February 1, 1967 'ABSENCE OF CELLO' ENTERTAINING FARE 6
February 1, 1967 BOARD MEMBERS BACK NEW ARTISTS IN SHOW 6
February 1, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (HAYMAN, SALLY) 9
February 1, 1967 MINT SALE BOOSTER WAS BLUE BIRD (MCCRORY, MARJORIE) 11
February 1, 1967 ROCKET PLANT ZONING AHEAD OF ANNEXATION 7
February 1, 1967 THEATRE EXCAVATING 12
February 1, 1967 TILES NEEDED FOR MURAL AT SCHOOL (SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER) 8
February 1, 1967 NEW LOOK FOR CITY HALL, POLICE STATION 12
February 1, 1967 KIRKLAND STORE FEATURES PRODUCT OF LOCAL PLANT (MAGNUSON) 5
February 1, 1967 PRESIDENT CONTEST OFFERED (MAYFAIR) 5
February 1, 1967 AUCTION HOUSE OPENS (YE OLDE AUCTION HOUSE) 12
February 1, 1967 MOTHERS'' MARCH TOPS LAST YEAR 2
February 1, 1967 TEEN AGE CENTER CAMPAIGN STARTS 1
February 1, 1967 110 NEW LOCAL LOTS PROPOSED 1
February 1, 1967 PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM CONSIDERED PX-4
February 1, 1967 HOMEMAKER WINNER NAMED (CONNOR, DONNA) 5
February 1, 1967 SCHOOL CHILDREN LEARN ABOUT DENTAL HEALTH 9
February 1, 1967 STUDENTS ATTEND LEGISLATURE (PHOTOS) 10
February 1, 1967 WANTED: '57 GRAD ADDRESSES 12
February 1, 1967 CAROL BOYCE, WILLIAM COLLINS JR 8
February 1, 1967 CHRISTINA MAY PAINE, JOE E BROWN 8
February 1, 1967 MELODY A SALVINO, HAROLD A RAFT 8
February 1, 1967 NEW LOOK FOR CITY HALL, POLICE STATION 12
February 1, 1967 SCHOOL CHILDREN LEARN ABOUT DENTAL HEALTH 9
February 1, 1967 KIRKLAND STORE FEATURES PRODUCT OF LOCAL PLANT (MAGNUSON) 5
February 1, 1967 ROCKET PLANT ZONING AHEAD OF ANNEXATION 7
February 1, 1967 HEARINGS ON JUANITA SEWERS FEB 7, 8 1
February 1, 1967 FINDING POLICE 'FIRM, POLITE' SHE WON'T RUN STOP AGAIN 2
February 1, 1967 CONVICTED WOMAN TO TOUR JAIL 10
February 1, 1967 BECKER, WILLIAM JOHN 1
February 1, 1967 PARKS, JOHN K 1
February 1, 1967 SMITH, RICHARD WAYNE 1
February 1, 1967 CAVELIN, FLORA E 2
February 1, 1967 STONE, KITTIE BELLE 2
February 1, 1967 CONOVER, HERBERT 2
February 1, 1967 GRUBE, CARL 2
February 1, 1967 MINT SALE BOOSTER WAS BLUE BIRD (MCCRORY, MARJORIE) 11
February 1, 1967 SPACE DERBY CUB ROCKETS HAVE 'ZING' 12
February 1, 1967 QUESTIONNAIRE SENT 1ST DIST 10
February 1, 1967 BUS RIDERS NOW MORE COMFORTABLE 7
February 1, 1967 HEARINGS ON JUANITA SEWERS FEB 7, 8 1
February 1, 1967 STORM CUTS POWER, CLOSES POINT SPAN (PHOTOS) 1
February 1, 1967 SUSAN AILEEN WOLFE, TERRY A BERG 8
February 8, 1967 MANY WILLING HANDS READY FAMILY CONCERT 10
February 8, 1967 THEATRE TO LAUNCH WORKSHOP SESSIONS 10
February 8, 1967 PEOPLES PROMOTES G HECKER 2
February 8, 1967 MOTHER, 5 SONS HAVE SCOUTING IN COMMON (WILLIAMS, MRS ED) 6
February 8, 1967 STUDENTS GIVE TEACHER SHOWER (HARNESS, ROSEMARY) 8
February 8, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (MOODY, PAT) 9
February 8, 1967 ART SHOW FEATURES LW SENIOR (GERMANN, MINNIE) 10
February 8, 1967 REDMOND'S ATTORNEY 'CITIZEN OF YEAR' (LAWSON, JOHN) 12
February 8, 1967 AMENDMENT MAY AID TRAILS PARK 1
February 8, 1967 ES YMCA CALLS FOR BIDS ON POOL 10
February 8, 1967 BELL SCHOOL BELLS TO JANGLE FRIDAY 1
February 8, 1967 LW COLLEGE CASE AIRED IN OLYMPIA 2
February 8, 1967 SCHOOL BOARD: STATE DOESN'T ACT ON BUILDING FUNDS 11
February 8, 1967 CAR FLIPS ON ON-RAMP 1
February 8, 1967 COUNCIL ACTS ON 3 PLANNING PHASES 1
February 8, 1967 EXCHANGE STUDENT HERE IS WELCOMED (RAMIREZ, MARTA) PX-4
February 8, 1967 EXCHANGE STUDENT GREETED (PHOTO OF RAMIREZ, MARTA) 1
February 8, 1967 JEANNIE HILL, ALLEN BRUCE 8
February 8, 1967 ROSEMARY HARNESS, STEVE SMITH 8
February 8, 1967 ANTI-BIAS HEAD TO TALK HERE (COWLES, ALFRED) 1
February 8, 1967 SAWDUST FIRE FOUGHT 1
February 8, 1967 COUNCIL ACTS ON 3 PLANNING PHASES 1
February 8, 1967 NEW HOUGHTON EMPLOYEE IN CLERK'S OFFICE (FITZGERALD, DOROTHY) 2
February 8, 1967 BOTTLED DRINKS GOING OUT INSTEAD OF INTO SHIPYARDS (GLAZER BEVERAGES) 1
February 8, 1967 LOCAL FIRM SHIPPING CLASSROOMS TO MONTANA (VIRGINIA LEE HOMES) 11
February 8, 1967 FOR JUANITA: ULID DECISIONS MAY COME THURS 2
February 8, 1967 BOTTLED DRINKS GOING OUT INSTEAD OF INTO SHIPYARDS (GLAZER BEVERAGES) 1
February 8, 1967 BREAK-IN NETS GROCERIES 2
February 8, 1967 PICKUP TRUCK STOLEN, FOUND 2
February 8, 1967 NE PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICT SOUGHT 1
February 8, 1967 ROGERS, ORVILLE 2
February 8, 1967 HARTLEY, WILLIAM 12
February 8, 1967 MCLAUCHLIN, THOMAS ALLEN 12
February 8, 1967 HANSON, SARAH 12
February 8, 1967 1ST DIST FOR EVANS TAX IDEAS, SUNDAY LIQUOR 1
February 8, 1967 AMENDMENT MAY AID TRAILS PARK 1
February 8, 1967 WORLD DAY OF PRAYER SERVICES ON FRIDAY 9
February 8, 1967 COMPANY EXPLAINS BUS STOP PROBLEM 1
February 8, 1967 FOR JUANITA: ULID DECISIONS MAY COME THURS 2
February 8, 1967 500 VA PHONE NUMBERS TO CHANGE (MAP) 3
February 15, 1967 CHILE LAND OF CONTRASTS FROM VERY POOR TO ELEGANTLY RICH (RICHARDSON, PENNY) 8
February 15, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (KENNEDY, DOROTHY) 9
February 15, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS: PARTIAL ANNEXES A CONCERN 2
February 15, 1967 BIDS OUT FOR VFW POST HOME 6
February 15, 1967 SIGNAL OIL PROPERTIES BEING SOLD 6
February 15, 1967 JUANITA: SIGNAL AT SCHOOL MOVED UP 1
February 15, 1967 MOVING INTO NEW SCHOOL (PHOTO AT A G BELL) 1
February 15, 1967 COMMUNITY COLLEGE FUNDS IN TROUBLE, SAYS SENATOR 6
February 15, 1967 KIRKLAND JAIL RATED ADEQUATE FOR SMALL CITY 1
February 15, 1967 LOCAL BUSINESS INCREASES FASTER THAN DO COUNTY'S 13
February 15, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS: PARTIAL ANNEXES A CONCERN 2
February 15, 1967 13 LW SENIORS NAMED TOP CLASS SCHOLARS 1
February 15, 1967 BOOKS IN SCHOOLS PROTESTED (LETTER) 2
February 15, 1967 ONE TEACHER INDIVIDUALLY INSTRUCTS 30 FOREIGN-LANGUAGE STUDENTS 6
February 15, 1967 3 ALL-A STUDENTS TOP KJH HONOR ROLL 10
February 15, 1967 STUDYING JUANITA HIGH: SPACE-AGE COMMITTEE COULD CHANGE EDUCATION 12
February 15, 1967 SUSAN KAROL FISHER, JAMES EDWARD HOWARD 8
February 15, 1967 PAULA MILLER, BRUCE DAVIES 8
February 15, 1967 UFO TALKS SLATED HERE 1
February 15, 1967 SECOND FIRE AT SEATTLE DOOR HOPPER 5
February 15, 1967 KIRKLAND IN SOUND FINANCIAL SHAPE 1
February 15, 1967 WATER MAIN COST TO CITY REPORTED 3
February 15, 1967 SIMPSON CO TO BUILD LUMBER SUPPLY CENTER ( 6
February 15, 1967 ROCKET RESEARCH AWARDED $75000 SHELL OIL CONTRACT 13
February 15, 1967 JUANITA: SIGNAL AT SCHOOL MOVED UP 1
February 15, 1967 JUANITA SCOUT HUT OPENS AT COUNTY PARK 1
February 15, 1967 JUANITA ULIDS APPROVED 3
February 15, 1967 STUDYING JUANITA HIGH: SPACE-AGE COMMITTEE COULD CHANGE EDUCATION 12
February 15, 1967 WINTER ROUGH ON DOCK (PHOTO) 7
February 15, 1967 A BULLET JUST CAME THRU FLOOR 1
February 15, 1967 KIRKLAND POLICE ARREST 3 CAR THEFT, DRUG SUSPECTS 3
February 15, 1967 NURSING HOME CRAFTS PROGRAM IN FULL SWING 8
February 15, 1967 HOSPITAL DISTRICT STEERING COMMITTEE FORMS 10
February 15, 1967 MCCOY, JOHN 14
February 15, 1967 NOBLE, MARY ELIZABETH 14
February 15, 1967 TACARDON, HELEN 14
February 15, 1967 ASBURY, WILLIAM 14
February 15, 1967 THORSON, LLOYD ALVIN 14
February 15, 1967 CROUCH, DORAH JUNE 14
February 15, 1967 FORMER HAWAII RESIDENTS ANSWERED KIRKLAND 'CALL' (WELCOME WAGON) 10
February 15, 1967 JUANITA SCOUT HUT OPENS AT COUNTY PARK 1
February 15, 1967 HOLY FAMILY HAS LARGEST GROUP RECEIVING AD ALTARE DEI AWARD 9
February 15, 1967 JAYCEES BACK PASSION PLAY TICKET SALE 10
February 15, 1967 BIDS OUT FOR VFW POST HOME 6
February 15, 1967 GUILD PLANS ANNUAL QUEEN EVENT 8
February 15, 1967 LEGISLATOR FORUM SET HERE 1
February 15, 1967 KINGSGATE 'MAYOR' IS NEW JUANITA REPORTER (BOYD, KAY) 12
February 15, 1967 JUANITA SCOUT HUT OPENS AT COUNTY PARK 1
February 15, 1967 TENTATIVE JUNE 1 POOL OPENING SET 1
February 15, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS: PARTIAL ANNEXES A CONCERN 2
February 15, 1967 SOCIAL PLANNING COUNCIL TO CONSIDER AREA PARKS 5
February 15, 1967 UNITARIANS TAKE DENOMINATION'S VIETNAM STAND 1
February 15, 1967 ROSE HILL BAPTIST CHURCH SETS REVIVAL SERVICES 12
February 15, 1967 JUANITA: SIGNAL AT SCHOOL MOVED UP 1
February 15, 1967 BOTHELL-AUBURN HIGHWAY STUDIED 1
February 15, 1967 JUANITA-WOODINVILLE RD INTERCHANGE SCHEDULED 1
February 15, 1967 WATER MAIN COST TO CITY REPORTED 3
February 15, 1967 JUANITA ULIDS APPROVED 3
February 15, 1967 WINTER ROUGH ON DOCK (PHOTO) 7
February 15, 1967 SHARON WEBB, GARY ALAN HOFFMAN 8
February 22, 1967 OPEN HOUSE FOR 62ND ANNIVERSARY (ROSE, MR AND MRS L I) 9
February 22, 1967 BROKERS CHOOSE W HUFTY 1
February 22, 1967 MATH PROJECT EARNS PATENT FOR SHEEHAN (SHEEHAN, DOUGLAS) 1
February 22, 1967 P-TA GOLDEN ACORN AWARDED TO MINISTER (JACKSON, FRANK) 5
February 22, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (LANGE, JOYCE) 9
February 22, 1967 FOR FHJS: 'INTERMEDIATE' MAKES MERCURY RISE 3
February 22, 1967 REDMOND COLLEGE: ODDS SEEN BETTER IF CHOICE DELAYED 12
February 22, 1967 PTAS ASKED TO 'SUBSCRIBE TO FAIR HOUSING PRACTICES' 3
February 22, 1967 TAVERN LICENSE SUSPENDED (MIDWAY TAVERN) 11
February 22, 1967 TEEN CENTER READIED 5
February 22, 1967 STUDENTS REBUFF LEARY ON LSD 11
February 22, 1967 TOP-DENSITY ZONING ASKED ON NE 132ND 2
February 22, 1967 LW NAMES 'GEORGE, MARTHA' 1
February 22, 1967 STUDENT ANSWERS: BOOKS EDUCATE (LETTER FROM DENT, RON) 2
February 22, 1967 DISTRICT TO FIGHT BIBLE SUIT 3
February 22, 1967 SCHOOLS TO FEATURE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 6
February 22, 1967 21% OF RJH STUDENTS NAMED ON HONOR ROLL 10
February 22, 1967 PAMELA WYCHERELEY, PATRICK MCKENNA 8
February 22, 1967 LESLEY ANN GATTAVARA, GARY HALVERSON 8
February 22, 1967 EMALYN OLSON, DENNIS MOGAVERO 8
February 22, 1967 SMILING AT JUDGE WON'T HELP CHING CHANG WIN PRIZE (KIBBY, JIM) 6
February 22, 1967 JOURNAL WAS THERE (PHOTOS AT ORTHOPEDIC GUILD'S QUEEN OF HEARTS LUNCHEON) 8
February 22, 1967 ASSESSOR EXPLAINS SYSTEM ON NEW $50 TAX EXEMPTION 7
February 22, 1967 COUNCIL NAMES WOODS (WOODS, WILLIAM C) 1
February 22, 1967 MUSEUM SPACE OKAYED IN MARYMOOR HOUSE 1
February 22, 1967 LW NAMES 'GEORGE, MARTHA' 1
February 22, 1967 HOUGHTON AND KIRKLAND NEAR TO WATER-SEWER AGREEMENT 1
February 22, 1967 SAFE WHEELED OUT; REDMONDER IS HELD 1
February 22, 1967 FIXED-UP MAILBOX SOON VANDALIZED 1
February 22, 1967 2 NABBED AT END OF CHASE 2
February 22, 1967 DISTRICT TO FIGHT BIBLE SUIT 3
February 22, 1967 TAVERN LICENSE SUSPENDED (MIDWAY TAVERN) 11
February 22, 1967 PROPOSED HOSPITAL DISTRICT LINES SET 1
February 22, 1967 STUDENTS REBUFF LEARY ON LSD 11
February 22, 1967 RECRUITING HERE: MARINES MOVE IN, ARMY'S RIGHT BEHIND 1
February 22, 1967 FAMILY FROM SWEDEN HERE FOR 2ND TIME (WELCOME WAGON) 8
February 22, 1967 CHIROPRACTIC EXPLORER SCOUT POST ESTABLISHED 3
February 22, 1967 CHANGE IN POSTAL BOUNDARIES ASKED 1
February 22, 1967 THE JOURNAL POLL: WHAT IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED 1
February 22, 1967 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS UP $10 MILL 16
February 22, 1967 MUSEUM SPACE OKAYED IN MARYMOOR HOUSE 1
February 22, 1967 DISTRICT TO FIGHT BIBLE SUIT 3
February 22, 1967 LOCAL MINISTER TELLS WHY OF PEACE WALK (OCHELTREE, RITCHIE) 11
February 22, 1967 106TH AVE SEWERS ACCEPTED 6
February 22, 1967 HOUGHTON AND KIRKLAND NEAR TO WATER-SEWER AGREEMENT 1
February 22, 1967 106TH AVE SEWERS ACCEPTED 6
February 22, 1967 JOAN MCCRORY, JON DUCKSTAD 8
March 1, 1967 ANNIVERSARY DINNER FETES WM JAYNES' (JAYNES, MR AND MRS WILLIAM) 8
March 1, 1967 BILL VOISS, 10, TOP IN FITNESS 1
March 1, 1967 REDMOND SINGER WINS 'SUPERIOR' (BARTLETT, PAM) 3
March 1, 1967 HOSPITAL HAS SPECIAL MEANING FOR QUEEN (SWANSON, JEAN) 8
March 1, 1967 THOREAU P-TA HONORS IT'S LIBRARY CHAIRMAN (MATCHES, MRS JACK) 8
March 1, 1967 MR HIRO SHOWS PAPER FOLDING ART (KAWASAKI, HIRO) 10
March 1, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS PLAT PROPOSED 2
March 1, 1967 ROCKET FIRM BUYS 'YORK' (ROCKET RESEARCH) 1
March 1, 1967 PARK'S 10TH PLANT (SKETCH OF TRANSPARENT BAG CO) 11
March 1, 1967 GROUND BROKEN FOR UNIQUE 66-UNIT $900,000 KIRKLAND APARTMENTS 1
March 1, 1967 BUSINESS IS 1ST VENTURE (TEENA'S CLEANERS - KOPAK, TEENA) 3
March 1, 1967 POWER-LINE MISHAP KILLS C ALLUMBAUGH 10
March 1, 1967 BOYS SEND 39c KITE TO SPACE (VOISS, STEVE & JONES, BRUCE) 1
March 1, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS PLAT PROPOSED 2
March 1, 1967 COUNCIL HOLDING HEARINGS ON MAJOR ZONE CHANGES 6
March 1, 1967 HELICOPTER SURPRISES CLASS 1
March 1, 1967 TOP RHS SENIORS NAMED 3
March 1, 1967 LW SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR CHANGES REPORTED 5
March 1, 1967 5 LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH HONOR STUDENTS MAKE STRAIGHT A'S 6
March 1, 1967 FOWL FOULS (PHOTO OF HALVERSON, CLARENCE & PHEASANT) 6
March 1, 1967 FIRST LOCALLY: FIRE DIST HIRING FULL-TIME FIREMEN 1
March 1, 1967 FIRE (AGAIN) HITS HOPPER 1
March 1, 1967 MRS DAVIS DIES IN FIRE (DAVIS, JOSEPHINE C) 1
March 1, 1967 COUNCIL HOLDING HEARINGS ON MAJOR ZONE CHANGES 6
March 1, 1967 CITIZEN REQUEST DELAYS HOUGHTON COUNCIL ACTION 1
March 1, 1967 ROCKET FIRM BUYS 'YORK' (ROCKET RESEARCH) 1
March 1, 1967 ROCKET RESEARCH HAS $4 MILLION BACKLOG 3
March 1, 1967 FIRM WINS TITAN III CONTRACT (ROCKET RESEARCH) 3
March 1, 1967 ROCKET FIRM WINS $100,000 AF CONTRACT (ROCKET RESEARCH) 3
March 1, 1967 CAR RAMS SHIPYARD STRUCTURE 16
March 1, 1967 LOSS $1100 IN THEFT 2
March 1, 1967 FALK TELLS: HOW TO KEEP THIEF OUT OF RESIDENCE 6
March 1, 1967 REDMONDER IS CHARGED IN BURGLARY 6
March 1, 1967 TV CABLE PROPOSED 3
March 1, 1967 DAVIS, JOSEPHINE 1
March 1, 1967 NELSON, RANDALL 2
March 1, 1967 GARMIRE, BRADLEY 2
March 1, 1967 ALLUMBAUGH, CLARENCE 10
March 1, 1967 DAVIS, JOSEPHINE 10
March 1, 1967 HIGGINBOTHAM, GARNET 10
March 1, 1967 DENNEHY, JAMES 10
March 1, 1967 SPARKS FLY AT LEGISLATOR MEET HERE 1
March 1, 1967 LOCAL-AREA RESIDENTS FAVOR CONVENTION, 'IMPLIED CONSENT' 5
March 1, 1967 MARYMOOR SITE ASKED FOR SHOPS 1
March 1, 1967 NEW HOLY SPIRIT LUTHERAN CHURCH TO PRESENT CHARTER 11
March 1, 1967 GROUP ASKS 4 LANES FOR 901 1
March 1, 1967 4 RAMPS TO JOIN 405 TO 5 6
March 1, 1967 ANN MCKENNA, MELVIN HERDRICK 8
March 1, 1967 LYDIA BIRT, FLOYD F WILLIAMS 8
March 1, 1967 MARILYN HAGER, STANLEY R TARR 8
March 8, 1967 SCOUT EARNS CHURCH AWARD (SALTER, JOEL) 3
March 8, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (BARKER, CAROL) 9
March 8, 1967 PENSIONER BUSY WITH DUCKS, GEOGRAPHY (PHOTO OF GROEPER, WILLIAM) 12
March 8, 1967 AT BRIDLE TRAILS PARK: 300-UNIT APARTMENTS PROPOSED 1
March 8, 1967 $1,295,000 IN BUILDINGS RISING 2
March 8, 1967 DOOR CHANGE (PHOTO AT FOOD LANE) 6
March 8, 1967 STATE OKAYS FUNDS FOR 6 LW SCHOOLS 12
March 8, 1967 LW WITH BELLEVUE IN COLLEGE LEGISLATION 12
March 8, 1967 AT BRIDLE TRAILS PARK: 300-UNIT APARTMENTS PROPOSED 1
March 8, 1967 $1,295,000 IN BUILDINGS RISING 2
March 8, 1967 INJUNCTION VERSUS LW IS DENIED 12
March 8, 1967 1ST-DRAFT BUDGET ASKS 4 PER CENT SCHOOL PAY RAISE 12
March 8, 1967 NANCY LOUISE WALLACE, DAVE TAYLOR 8
March 8, 1967 KATHLEEN BAER, DOUGLAS MCVAY 8
March 8, 1967 ELIZABETH WILSON, JOHN P GROSHELL 8
March 8, 1967 DIST 41 FIRE LOSS LOWEST SINCE 1958 12
March 8, 1967 COUNTY PICKS SUPT, ENGINEER (COLLINS, JOHN E) 12
March 8, 1967 CAN YOU GUESS WHAT'S MISSING (PHOTO FROM JUANITA BRIDGE) 1
March 8, 1967 CAISSON GOES ROLLING ALONG FOR JUANITA PUMPING STATION 1
March 8, 1967 CAN YOU GUESS WHAT'S MISSING (PHOTO FROM JUANITA BRIDGE) 1
March 8, 1967 CHAIR TOSSED THRU WINDOW IN SKIRMISH 5
March 8, 1967 COURT MOVES TO SHOP CENTER 5
March 8, 1967 THIEF ENTERS HOLY FAMILY NUNNERY 5
March 8, 1967 INJUNCTION VERSUS LW IS DENIED 12
March 8, 1967 NEIGHBORS NAB ALLEGED 'PEEP TOM' 12
March 8, 1967 CONTRACTOR LOSES $790 IN TOOLS 12
March 8, 1967 KIRKLAND POLICE BEGIN IN-SERVICE TRAINING 12
March 8, 1967 BOAT MOTOR SAID STOLEN 12
March 8, 1967 FREE JOURNALS POPULAR IN VIET 1
March 8, 1967 GUDGEL, ALICE LOUISE 12
March 8, 1967 DZTIEV, ELSIE 12
March 8, 1967 MERIWETHER, JOHN 12
March 8, 1967 GRAVES, JOHN T 12
March 8, 1967 HARRIS, CHRISTINA 12
March 8, 1967 ROTARY ELECTS OFFICERS 2
March 8, 1967 HANDICAPPERS SEEK MEMBERS 8
March 8, 1967 SENIOR GIRLS' PARTY 40TH FOR BPW CLUB 8
March 8, 1967 FREE JOURNALS POPULAR IN VIET 1
March 8, 1967 COLUMNIST FOUND 'OUT WALKING' (TUCKER, ANNE) 8
March 8, 1967 F SCOTT AIMING AT OLYMPIC BOXING (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
March 8, 1967 KIRKLAND PUBLIC SWIMMING POOL DINNER ON WED WILL KICK OFF FUND DRIVE 1
March 8, 1967 INJUNCTION VERSUS LW IS DENIED 12
March 8, 1967 UTILITIES CHARGE NEGOTIATED 1
March 8, 1967 DIST 72 WATER RATES TO DROP IF ELECTION APPROVES MERGER 5
March 8, 1967 DIANNE POTIER, GARY CARL LAIR 8
March 8, 1967 GENEVIEVE ALBRIGHT, DANIEL WINKLER 8
March 8, 1967 COLLEEN GOODRIDGE, DAVID M SWANSON 8
March 15, 1967 CHURCH RECEPTION SUNDAY HONORS THE JACK CLEMMONS 8
March 15, 1967 DANNY WASSE NEEDS TO ASK FOR COOKIES IN 2 LANGUAGES 1
March 15, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (MUSSLEMAN, CARLENE) 9
March 15, 1967 GRANDMOTHER WELCOMES 1, VISITS 2 (HOWLETT, MRS ROY) 10
March 15, 1967 LAKE FILL SOUGHT AT TAVERN SITE; MIDWAY ASKS ROSE HILL LICENSE 1
March 15, 1967 140 NE APARTMENT, SHOPPING PROPOSALS DRAW PROTEST 1
March 15, 1967 PARENTS COMMEND 5TH GRADE ACTION 1
March 15, 1967 SCHOOL DISTRICT DRAINS ANTI-AIRCRAFT SITE 'LAKE' 11
March 15, 1967 140 NE APARTMENT, SHOPPING PROPOSALS DRAW PROTEST 1
March 15, 1967 COURT DECISION FAVORS HOUGHTON FOR HIGH RISE 16
March 15, 1967 LAKE FILL SOUGHT AT TAVERN SITE; MIDWAY ASKS ROSE HILL LICENSE 1
March 15, 1967 HAIR STYLIST JOINS FIRM HERE (SPENCER, MARY) 6
March 15, 1967 HOLMES POINT MAN PINNED IN TRUCK IN 3-VEHICLE CRASH 6
March 15, 1967 POOL KICKOFF DINNER SLATED TONIGHT 1
March 15, 1967 140 NE APARTMENT, SHOPPING PROPOSALS DRAW PROTEST 1
March 15, 1967 SMALLER LOTS WEST OF MARKET OPPOSED 11
March 15, 1967 PARENTS COMMEND 5TH GRADE ACTION 1
March 15, 1967 HE QUESTIONS PUTTING ATHLETE ON THRONE (LETTER FROM LYMAN, STEVEN) 2
March 15, 1967 FEDERAL SCHOOL AID EXPLAINED 2
March 15, 1967 6TH GRADERS VISIT HOSPITAL IN PILOT EDUCATION PROGRAM 11
March 15, 1967 DONNA LISLE, SIDNEY NORTH 8
March 15, 1967 LAKE FILL SOUGHT AT TAVERN SITE; MIDWAY ASKS ROSE HILL LICENSE 1
March 15, 1967 EARLY MORN FIRE ROUTS W ROSELLS 1
March 15, 1967 WHAT ABOUT LIBRARIES AT HOUGHTON, JUANITA 1
March 15, 1967 UTILITIES: HOUGHTON APPROVES AGREEMENT 11
March 15, 1967 HOUGHTON POLICE UP 2 IN RANK 11
March 15, 1967 COURT DECISION FAVORS HOUGHTON FOR HIGH RISE 16
March 15, 1967 WHAT ABOUT LIBRARIES AT HOUGHTON, JUANITA 1
March 15, 1967 CAUGHT-IN-THE-ACT PAIR, 18, CHARGED 1
March 15, 1967 DRIVER GETS 180 DAYS (ANDERSON, FREDRICK I) 2
March 15, 1967 REDMOND DOG-LEASH LAW AWAITING ACTION 6
March 15, 1967 HOUGHTON POLICE UP 2 IN RANK 11
March 15, 1967 2 VANDALISM CASES REPORTED 11
March 15, 1967 COURT DECISION FAVORS HOUGHTON FOR HIGH RISE 16
March 15, 1967 FOR LIBRARY: MEETING TO BE SET ON AFFILIATION ISSUE 1
March 15, 1967 WHAT ABOUT LIBRARIES AT HOUGHTON, JUANITA 1
March 15, 1967 MUTSCHLER: AFFILIATION WOULD CUT COST, ADD LOCAL SERVICE 3
March 15, 1967 TV CABLE ON AGENDA 1
March 15, 1967 SPARKS, CLIFFORD E 1
March 15, 1967 WINSTEAD, PAMELA RAE 11
March 15, 1967 BECHTEL, ETHEL ROSE 11
March 15, 1967 POLLARD. LUCY G 11
March 15, 1967 SCHWABEDISSEN, WILLIAM 11
March 15, 1967 HOLLINGSWORTH, HELEN 11
March 15, 1967 CAMPBELL, CLARE 11
March 15, 1967 NO FORESEEABLE CHANGE IN POSTAL SERVICE LINE 5
March 15, 1967 FIND MYSTERY MESSAGES IN WANT ADS AND WIN PRIZE! 1
March 15, 1967 LAKE FILL SOUGHT AT TAVERN SITE; MIDWAY ASKS ROSE HILL LICENSE 1
March 15, 1967 NP ASKS FREIGHT RATE CUT FOR AREA 1
March 15, 1967 KIRKLAND SEEKS FULL INTERCHANGE 6
March 15, 1967 NE 124TH 4-LANING BID SET 11
March 15, 1967 111TH AVE SEWER L.I.D. APPROVED 16
March 15, 1967 UTILITIES: HOUGHTON APPROVES AGREEMENT 11
March 15, 1967 111TH AVE SEWER L.I.D. APPROVED 16
March 15, 1967 JANET ANDERSON, ROBERT LEE BOYCE 8
March 15, 1967 LINDA LEE TODD, RONALD OLIVER NEWHOUSE 8
March 22, 1967 ARTS LEAGUE: LUNCHEON DECORATIONS GO TO AFRICA 8
March 22, 1967 FOR GIRL, 8: PRESIDENT HAS 'HEART' (PARNELL, TAMMY) 6
March 22, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (KOHL, DOROTHY) 9
March 22, 1967 SEATTLE Y WILL HONOR H JOHNSON (JOHNSON, HOWARD) 15
March 22, 1967 EXTRA DENSITY NEEDS APPROVAL 6
March 22, 1967 AT FIRLOCK: GRAHAM BUILDING 5
March 22, 1967 TAVERN SITE, SCHOOL FOUND 800 FT APART 11
March 22, 1967 PLAN SEES 9TH GRADERS IN JR HIGHS, 6TH IN ELEMENTARIES 1
March 22, 1967 SENATOR SEES LW MOVING TO COLLEGE PRIORITY NO 1 2
March 22, 1967 PURCHASE OKAYED ON SCHOOL SITE (JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL) 2
March 22, 1967 OURCHASE OKAYED ON SCHOOL SITE (JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL) 2
March 22, 1967 TAVERN SITE, SCHOOL FOUND 800 FT APART 11
March 22, 1967 HOUGHTON: CENTER SIZE DECIDED 6
March 22, 1967 LAKE ST PLANNED UNIT PROJECT TO BE ASKED 1
March 22, 1967 FLAMES HEAVILY DAMAGE HOME ON NE 124TH ST 3
March 22, 1967 16 UNITS PLANNED IN APARTMENTS 6
March 22, 1967 J & H COFFEE SPOT SOLD TO MR AND MRS COFFEY 1
March 22, 1967 TRAIN HITS CAR ON SAME SPOT TRUCK HIT YEAR AGO 1
March 22, 1967 BABY HURT IN 2ND 3-VEHICLE CRASH 5
March 22, 1967 POOL DRIVE IN SWIM WITH NEAR $2500 IN DONATIONS, PLEDGES 1
March 22, 1967 320 TEENS PREVIEW 'CITY PUB' CENTER 5
March 22, 1967 LAKE ST PLANNED UNIT PROJECT TO BE ASKED 1
March 22, 1967 EXTRA DENSITY NEEDS APPROVAL 6
March 22, 1967 SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER NAMED DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL 7
March 22, 1967 JOURNAL COOPERATING IN PILOT LW PROGRAM 11
March 22, 1967 RUSANNE CARTER, GARY LANG 8
March 22, 1967 JAMA DEE TAYLOR, RONALD L MCHATTIE 8
March 22, 1967 WOMAN, 61, BURNED; 1 FIRE SETS 2ND 3
March 22, 1967 FLAMES HEAVILY DAMAGE HOME ON NE 124TH ST 3
March 22, 1967 FIRE DIST 41 HIRES FIRST LOCAL FULL-TIME FIREMEN 6
March 22, 1967 HOUGHTON: CENTER SIZE DECIDED 6
March 22, 1967 AT FIRLOCK: GRAHAM BUILDING 5
March 22, 1967 UNITED CONTROL MERGER, NURSERY FIRM LEASED 11
March 22, 1967 OURCHASE OKAYED ON SCHOOL SITE (JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL) 2
March 22, 1967 SPELLMAN SEES JUANITA BRIDGE WORK 10
March 22, 1967 MEAT FIRM LOSES 2ND WINDOW 5
March 22, 1967 VANDALS HIT MARK TWAIN 5
March 22, 1967 TWO BOYS CAUGHT 'LIVING IT UP' IN VACANT HOUSE IN KIRKLAND 11
March 22, 1967 AFFILIATION MEET DUE 6
March 22, 1967 JAYCEES INSTALL OFFICERS 6
March 22, 1967 JOURNAL COOPERATING IN PILOT LW PROGRAM 11
March 22, 1967 POOL DRIVE IN SWIM WITH NEAR $2500 IN DONATIONS, PLEDGES 1
March 22, 1967 TRADITIONAL HOLY WEEK SERVICES TO MARK EASTER 1
March 22, 1967 CATHOLIC YOUTH PLAN JEWISH PASSOVER MEAL 1
March 22, 1967 CHURCH USES 'FIRST' CRUCIFIX (LAKE WASHINGTON METHODIST) 10
March 22, 1967 LOCAL 405 HEARING SEEN ABOUT MAY 1
March 22, 1967 $1 MILLION 405 INTERCHANGE BID OPENING APRIL 12 1
March 22, 1967 SPELLMAN SEES JUANITA BRIDGE WORK 10
March 22, 1967 KIRKLAND APPROVES UTILITIES 2
March 29, 1967 PLAYBARN'S 'HEIRESS' DIFFICULT PLAY TO ACT 6
March 29, 1967 CELLAR GALLERY OPENS HIGH SCHOOL ART SHOW 13
March 29, 1967 'SETTLEMENT ACROSS LAKE' RECALLED 55 YEARS LATER (KEAN, HARRY) 1
March 29, 1967 TOWN CRIER NAMED WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT (KOSTENBADER, TORIE) 6
March 29, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (HAYES, GAYLE) 11
March 29, 1967 ELKS NAME OUTSTANDING MEMBER (HAYDEN, DARWIN G)` 12
March 29, 1967 VFW BREAKS GROUND SAT 1
March 29, 1967 HUSBAND-WIFE TEAM OPEN RESTAURANT (TERRY'S WAGON WHEEL - RILEY'S) 2
March 29, 1967 2 POOL CONTRIBUTORS TO WIN NEW CAR USE, 650 LBS BEEF 1
March 29, 1967 390 LOTS PROPOSED IN 5 SUBDIVISIONS 1
March 29, 1967 READER PROTESTS KIRKLAND PUBLICITY (LETTER FROM KOSTENBADER, TORIE) 2
March 29, 1967 LW TO STAY WITH TRANSIT-TYPE BUSES 2
March 29, 1967 FOR JUANITA HIGH: SCHOOL BOARD OKS NEW CONCEPT IN PRINCIPLE 3
March 29, 1967 ACTIVITIES BD ASKED 4
March 29, 1967 PUBLIC INVITED TO RHS FORUM ON BIBLE CLASSES 12
March 29, 1967 SUSAN RAYE PETERSON, MICHAEL C BRADRICK 10
March 29, 1967 LESLIE JEAN JOHNSON, DENNIS L WHEELER 10
March 29, 1967 MAN WE'LL BOMB 'EM (PHOTO OF GEORGE WASHINGTON'S CHERRY BOMBS) 1
March 29, 1967 JCS SEEK CANDIDATES FOR NEW MISS KIRKLAND 1
March 29, 1967 BLAZE HITS AS FAMILY MOVING IN (JUDAH, LEWIS) 1
March 29, 1967 FIREMEN HIRED (PHOTO) 4
March 29, 1967 CITY AUDIT REPORT TERMED 'BEST YET' 1
March 29, 1967 PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR NOMINATED FOR 'TOP 10' (KNUTSON, ART) 1
March 29, 1967 'SETTLEMENT ACROSS LAKE' RECALLED 55 YEARS LATER (KEAN, HARRY) 1
March 29, 1967 WATER-SEWER AGREEMENTS NOW OFFICIAL 5
March 29, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: ARTERIAL IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING APPROVED 7
March 29, 1967 FOR JUANITA HIGH: SCHOOL BOARD OKS NEW CONCEPT IN PRINCIPLE 3
March 29, 1967 TWO NABBED IN OIL THEFT 5
March 29, 1967 COURTS MERGER POSTPONED 5
March 29, 1967 DOG-LEASH LAW PASSED IN REDMOND 12
March 29, 1967 CROSBY, HARRY WILTON 5
March 29, 1967 MARLATT, JOHN WESLEY 5
March 29, 1967 NYQUIST, WINNIFRED KATE 5
March 29, 1967 SANFORD, NELLIE 5
March 29, 1967 DOUGLAS, CARL 5
March 29, 1967 BECHTEL, ISAAC L 5
March 29, 1967 FAMILIES HERE ENCOURAGE MOVES (WELCOME WAGON) 12
March 29, 1967 ELKS NAME OUTSTANDING MEMBER (HAYDEN, DARWIN G)` 12
March 29, 1967 VFW BREAKS GROUND SAT 1
March 29, 1967 REDMOND, COUNTY, LW PLAN JOINT RECREATION 2
March 29, 1967 2 POOL CONTRIBUTORS TO WIN NEW CAR USE, 650 LBS BEEF 1
March 29, 1967 HOLY FAMILY RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION EXPANDING 1
March 29, 1967 PUBLIC INVITED TO RHS FORUM ON BIBLE CLASSES 12
March 29, 1967 LW TO STAY WITH TRANSIT-TYPE BUSES 2
March 29, 1967 BLVD WIDENING SOLUTION PROPOSED 1
March 29, 1967 MAPS REVEAL 405 DESIGN 7
March 29, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: ARTERIAL IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING APPROVED 7
March 29, 1967 WATER-SEWER AGREEMENTS NOW OFFICIAL 5
March 29, 1967 JANET WILSON, WILLIAM S HARRIS 10
March 29, 1967 PAMELA PICKRELL, JACK JEFFREY LEONARD 10
April 5, 1967 BRISKONA PRESIDENT NAMED WOMAN OF YEAR (IBSEN, MRS GERALD) 10
April 5, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (BOYD, DONALD) 11
April 5, 1967 TO BELLEVUE: PARK AREA RESIDENTS ASK ANNEX 1
April 5, 1967 FAIRFAX ADDITION TO HAVE HEARING 4
April 5, 1967 BLAZE IGNITES NEW CENTER-POOL PLANS (PHOTOS OF CIVIC CENTER) 1
April 5, 1967 TEEN CENTER REBORN FROM ASHES OF CIVIC CENTER BUILDING 2
April 5, 1967 OUT OF DESTRUCTION COULD COME NEW CIVIC CENTER (LETTER FROM MERO, RALPH) 2
April 5, 1967 POLICEMAN SPOTS FIRE, AVERTING TRAGEDY IN HUMAN LIVES (CIVIC CENTER) 3
April 5, 1967 FIREMEN HAD CHECKED CENTER 'ODOR' AT 10 3
April 5, 1967 BEGUN BY WPA: CIVIC CENTER 30 YEARS OLD 3
April 5, 1967 MANY GROUPS HIT BY LOSS OF CIVIC CENTER BUILDING 3
April 5, 1967 EPISCOPAL CHURCH OFFERED FOR PANCAKE FEED (AFTER CIVIC CENTER FIRE) 1
April 5, 1967 LUTHERAN CHURCH BECOMES OFFICIAL THIS SUNDAY 15
April 5, 1967 STORE BARGAINS, FREE EVENTS FOCUS ON POOL 1
April 5, 1967 EPISCOPAL CHURCH OFFERED FOR PANCAKE FEED (AFTER CIVIC CENTER FIRE) 1
April 5, 1967 EVENTS SUPPORTING SWIM POOL FUND DRIVE MULTIPLY 2
April 5, 1967 TEEN CENTER REBORN FROM ASHES OF CIVIC CENTER BUILDING 2
April 5, 1967 JUANITA HEIGHTS ANNEXATION SOUGHT 1
April 5, 1967 TO BELLEVUE: PARK AREA RESIDENTS ASK ANNEX 1
April 5, 1967 LW ASKS OKAY TO INVITE CARMICHAEL (CARMICHAEL, STOKELY) 1
April 5, 1967 RHS USE DENIED FOR BIBLE FORUM 2
April 5, 1967 FRANKLIN PRINCIPAL APPOINTED (RUTHERFORD, RICHARD) 8
April 5, 1967 ROSE HILL SCHOOL: COUNTRY FAIR TO BOAST PIONEER SPIRIT 9
April 5, 1967 GLORIA JEAN BAYNE, DAVID A ANDERSON 10
April 5, 1967 KAREN AALTONEN, DOUGLAS R HOBKIRK 10
April 5, 1967 LINDA JO SMITH, LOUIS E DEAL 10
April 5, 1967 LINDA OWEN, ALLEN L PETERSON 10
April 5, 1967 PRIMROSE NEEDS HOME (AFTER CIVIC CENTER FIRE) 2
April 5, 1967 SPONSORS, GIRLS WANTED FOR MISS KIRKLAND EVENT 12
April 5, 1967 BLAZE IGNITES NEW CENTER-POOL PLANS (PHOTOS OF CIVIC CENTER) 1
April 5, 1967 TEEN CENTER REBORN FROM ASHES OF CIVIC CENTER BUILDING 2
April 5, 1967 POLICEMAN SPOTS FIRE, AVERTING TRAGEDY IN HUMAN LIVES (CIVIC CENTER) 3
April 5, 1967 41 FIGHTS 2 OTHER FIRES SAME NIGHT (AS CIVIC CENTER) 3
April 5, 1967 FIRE 1 OF BIGGEST; NOT BIGGEST HERE 3
April 5, 1967 AREA FIRE, POLICEMAN COOPERATE AT BLAZE 3
April 5, 1967 FIREMEN HAD CHECKED CENTER 'ODOR' AT 10 3
April 5, 1967 MANY GROUPS HIT BY LOSS OF CIVIC CENTER BUILDING 3
April 5, 1967 FIRE-HIT SPORTS PROGRAMS TO CONTINUE 6
April 5, 1967 FIRE TRUCK BIDS ASKED 7
April 5, 1967 THOMPSON PLANS PLAN PROGRAM FOR KIRKLAND 12
April 5, 1967 BEGUN BY WPA: CIVIC CENTER 30 YEARS OLD 3
April 5, 1967 HOUGHTON POLICE GO TO COLLEGE 12
April 5, 1967 JUANITA HEIGHTS ANNEXATION SOUGHT 1
April 5, 1967 BURGLARY NETS COIN COLLECTION 2
April 5, 1967 2 GUILTY IN KIRKLAND CASE 8
April 5, 1967 WOMAN FOUND GUILTY OF CHARGES 8
April 5, 1967 HOUGHTON POLICE GO TO COLLEGE 12
April 5, 1967 COUNCIL, LIBRARY BOARD MEETING ON AFFILIATION 2
April 5, 1967 FAIRFAX ADDITION TO HAVE HEARING 4
April 5, 1967 HOSPITAL STUDY COMMITTEE SUMMARIZES WORK 8
April 5, 1967 BPW SPONSORS GIRLS TRAINING 'ON JOB' 14
April 5, 1967 FIRE-HIT SPORTS PROGRAMS TO CONTINUE 6
April 5, 1967 STORE BARGAINS, FREE EVENTS FOCUS ON POOL 1
April 5, 1967 EVENTS SUPPORTING SWIM POOL FUND DRIVE MULTIPLY 2
April 5, 1967 RHS USE DENIED FOR BIBLE FORUM 2
April 5, 1967 LUTHERAN CHURCH BECOMES OFFICIAL THIS SUNDAY 15
April 5, 1967 METHODIST MINISTER ON EVANGELISTIC TOUR (HANDY, WILLIAM) 15
April 5, 1967 METROPOLITAN TRANSIT USES EVERGREEN SPAN 2
April 5, 1967 METROPOLITAN TRANSIT USES EVERGREEN SPAN 2
April 5, 1967 PAVING EXPERIMENT SLATED IN KIRKLAND 7
April 5, 1967 TRAFFIC PROPOSAL (MAP OF LAKE WASHINGTON BLVD) 12
April 5, 1967 NE 60TH UNDERPASS NOT BOON 12
April 5, 1967 BRISKY'S LEFT TURN APPROVED 12
April 5, 1967 CUL-DE-SACS ASKED FOR STREETS ENDING AT 405 12
April 5, 1967 $1 MILLION SEWER BID OPENING SET 2
April 5, 1967 PHONE FIRM CONSTRUCTION BUDGET UP 7
April 5, 1967 SEWER LINE ROUTES (MAP) 8
April 5, 1967 JANIS INGERSOLL, LARRY BOZARTH 10
April 12, 1967 KIRKLAND IGA FOODLINER - GRAND OPENING (FORMERLY FOOD LANE) 9-Aug
April 12, 1967 PRINCIPAL H MOCK IN HOSPITAL (MOCK, HUNTER) 1
April 12, 1967 LOCAL RESIDENT INVENTS HYDRANT DEVICE (ANGIE, JERRY) 5
April 12, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (FARRA, MARGARET) 7
April 12, 1967 SENATOR BREAKS GROUND HERE FOR ROCKET RESEARCH FACILITY 6
April 12, 1967 IGA FOODLINER NEW LOOK PLEASING AND EFFICIENT 12
April 12, 1967 THEY 'PLANTED' CIVIC CENTER (PHOTO OF CENTER GROUND BREAKING IN 1937) 1
April 12, 1967 IGA FOODLINER NEW LOOK PLEASING AND EFFICIENT 12
April 12, 1967 DOOR-TO-DOOR DRIVE TO AID POOL CAMPAIGN 1
April 12, 1967 ANNEX REVIEW BOARDS TO BE REPLACED JULY 1 6
April 12, 1967 BIBLE FORUM SET 1
April 12, 1967 DR DAVIES COMPLIMENTS FEATURES OF LW DISTRICT 3
April 12, 1967 RADIO BROADCAST TO BE LIVE FROM COLLEGE 11
April 12, 1967 REDMOND HIGH STUDENTS WORK WITH RETARDED AT FIRCREST 12
April 12, 1967 CARMICHAEL TALK AT LWH OK; APPEARS DOUBTFUL HE'LL COME 13
April 12, 1967 TRIAL TO OPEN TUESDAY IN LWSD BIBLE CASE 13
April 12, 1967 SIBYL LAMONT WEST, ANTHONY GUAGLIARDO 10
April 12, 1967 MARJORIE RAE DORR, STEVEN LYMAN 10
April 12, 1967 JUANITA BAXTER, RICHARD L BJORKLUND 10
April 12, 1967 GLORIA REINERTSON, WILLIAM M KOLL 10
April 12, 1967 TAMBI FORREST, JACK E SPARKS 10
April 12, 1967 IRMA BENGSTON, ROBERT BRUCE HEIPLE 10
April 12, 1967 LINDA RIPLEY, TOM OMLEY 10
April 12, 1967 PRIMROSE SHOW TO GO ON IN STORE 1
April 12, 1967 STATE AID GIVEN ART FESTIVAL 13
April 12, 1967 DONATED FUNDS SOUGHT TO AID DIST 41 IN FIRE PROTECTION 3
April 12, 1967 FIREMEN THANKED IN LETTER 3
April 12, 1967 HANDICAPPERS OVERCOMING FIRE 13
April 12, 1967 MAN WHO HELPED START METRO JOINS ITS COUNCIL (KING, AL) 2
April 12, 1967 THEY 'PLANTED' CIVIC CENTER (PHOTO OF CENTER GROUND BREAKING IN 1937) 1
April 12, 1967 ENGINEERING BILL HELD 1
April 12, 1967 SENATOR BREAKS GROUND HERE FOR ROCKET RESEARCH FACILITY 6
April 12, 1967 POLICE SEEK PUBLIC AID ON NARCOTICS BURGLARY 1
April 12, 1967 POLICE SERGEANT RESIGNS FOR JOB WITH PRIVATE FIRM (PIERSON, KEN) 2
April 12, 1967 'BEATNIKS' ARRESTED AT 'PARTY' 2
April 12, 1967 SIDING, RADIO AND BATTERY SAID STOLEN 13
April 12, 1967 TRIAL TO OPEN TUESDAY IN LWSD BIBLE CASE 13
April 12, 1967 AFFILIATE LIBRARY? BOARD VOTE SLATED 1
April 12, 1967 REDMOND STARS IN UW FILM 5
April 12, 1967 RADIO BROADCAST TO BE LIVE FROM COLLEGE 11
April 12, 1967 RAMBOW, BRIDGET IRENE 13
April 12, 1967 EVANS, HERMIE SHERMAN 13
April 12, 1967 MONTGOMERY, ROBERT 13
April 12, 1967 IVERSON, CLOIE ELLEN 13
April 12, 1967 SEATTLE PIONEER ANCESTOR OF VISITOR FROM MICHIGAN (WELCOME WAGON) 13
April 12, 1967 RUGBY MATCH SLATED AT LWHS SATURDAY 4
April 12, 1967 WORK UNDER WAY FOR N CITY PARK 1
April 12, 1967 DOOR-TO-DOOR DRIVE TO AID POOL CAMPAIGN 1
April 12, 1967 BIBLE FORUM SET 1
April 12, 1967 EPISCOPAL CHURCH HOSTS 2ND SCHOOL OF RELIGION 11
April 12, 1967 TRIAL TO OPEN TUESDAY IN LWSD BIBLE CASE 13
April 12, 1967 NE 60TH MEETING HELD 1
April 12, 1967 FACTORIA INTERCHANGE WORK STARTS 6
April 12, 1967 WATER DIST 72 TO VOTE TUESDAY 1
April 12, 1967 LOCAL GAS RATES TO BE REDUCED, SAYS WNG FIRM 6
April 12, 1967 ROSEMARY HARNESS, R STEPHEN SMITH 10
April 12, 1967 ROBERTA JOHNSON, ROGER J O'CONNELL 10
April 19, 1967 PRIMROSE ACRES SPROUTED FROM KIRKLAND FLOWER SHOW 11
April 19, 1967 TWO SHOWINGS FOR INTERRACIAL PLAY 11
April 19, 1967 PROGRAM TO PORTRAY ROBERT FROST POEMS 12
April 19, 1967 KIRKLAND WEAVER WINS SECOND IN NORTHWEST SHOW (TACKER, SYLVIA) 8
April 19, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS PROPONENTS ANTI 'STRIP' ANNEXATIONS (LETTER FROM OBRITZ, W R) 2
April 19, 1967 FAIRFAX ADDITION APPROVED 13
April 19, 1967 CENTER CLEAN-UP BEGUN 13
April 19, 1967 2 MORE ON-LAKE APARTMENTS PROPOSED 1
April 19, 1967 PLAT NEAR NW COLLEGE APPROVED 10
April 19, 1967 RENO TRIP JUANITA PRIZE 1
April 19, 1967 FIVE-CAR PILEUP ON JUANITA BRIDGE 13
April 19, 1967 POOL CAMPAIGN MOVES TO BUSINESS FIRMS 1
April 19, 1967 UGN GENERAL LIVES NORTH, SERVES SOUTH (RICHARDSON, JACK W) 12
April 19, 1967 MEETINGS TO COMPARE ANNEXATION PLANS (JUANITA HEIGHTS) 1
April 19, 1967 ROSE HILL ANNEXING CONSIDERED 1
April 19, 1967 PLAT NEAR NW COLLEGE APPROVED 10
April 19, 1967 BIBLE CASE TRIAL CALLED OFF FOR NEW APPEALS 5
April 19, 1967 ANOTHER SUIT FILED VERSUS LW SCHOOLS 5
April 19, 1967 DISCIPLINARY ACTION HITS LWH TENNIS TEAM 5
April 19, 1967 ADULT EDUCATION OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12
April 19, 1967 LINDA WENTZEL, ROBERT W STAUNTON 8
April 19, 1967 KRISTINE WILDE, GARY SAUNDERS 8
April 19, 1967 KANDI GRUBB, PHER HOLMBERG 8
April 19, 1967 TWO SHOWINGS FOR INTERRACIAL PLAY 11
April 19, 1967 CITY TO BLOSSOM WITH PRIMROSES 1
April 19, 1967 MISS KIRKLAND EVENT RESET 3
April 19, 1967 THIS YEAR'S FESTIVAL CANCELED 3
April 19, 1967 PRIMROSE ACRES SPROUTED FROM KIRKLAND FLOWER SHOW 11
April 19, 1967 MANY PREPARE SHOW (PRIMROSE) 11
April 19, 1967 FIRE AFTERMATH: LOCAL LITTLE LEAGUE OFFERED HELP BY MANY 13
April 19, 1967 FIREMEN ATTEND SCHOOL 18
April 19, 1967 LECTURES TO PROMOTE MARYMOOR LOCAL MUSEUM 8
April 19, 1967 L.I.D. 9 TO HAVE HEARING 2
April 19, 1967 HOUGHTON ORDERS CROSSWALK SIGNS FROM BELLEVUE 5
April 19, 1967 HOUGHTON SUBDIVISION REQUIREMENTS STUDIED 10
April 19, 1967 MEETINGS TO COMPARE ANNEXATION PLANS (JUANITA HEIGHTS) 1
April 19, 1967 2 MORE ON-LAKE APARTMENTS PROPOSED 1
April 19, 1967 PILOT SYSTEM HERE TO MEAN COURT FOR 4TH-CHARGE DRIVER 1
April 19, 1967 NO-DRIVER LICENSE BAIL UP 1
April 19, 1967 2ND POLICE OFFICER QUITS (BENTHIEN, LEONARD) 3
April 19, 1967 BIBLE CASE TRIAL CALLED OFF FOR NEW APPEALS 5
April 19, 1967 ANOTHER SUIT FILED VERSUS LW SCHOOLS 5
April 19, 1967 JUDGE FINDS MAN GUILTY 5
April 19, 1967 THIEF EFFORT FOR NOUGHT; SAFE EMPTY 13
April 19, 1967 FAIRFAX ADDITION APPROVED 13
April 19, 1967 VANCE, WALTER A 13
April 19, 1967 KIMMERLE, JOHN WILLIAM 13
April 19, 1967 PALMER, HARLIE A 13
April 19, 1967 FORTNER, ETHEL C 13
April 19, 1967 DEX ALLEN TO EMCEE PAGEANT FOR JAYCEES 3
April 19, 1967 JOURNAL PHOTOS, NEWS WIN 1
April 19, 1967 R LABRIE GETS APBA RACE LICENSE 4
April 19, 1967 FIRE AFTERMATH: LOCAL LITTLE LEAGUE OFFERED HELP BY MANY 13
April 19, 1967 POOL CAMPAIGN MOVES TO BUSINESS FIRMS 1
April 19, 1967 BIBLE CASE TRIAL CALLED OFF FOR NEW APPEALS 5
April 19, 1967 ROSE HILL ANNEXING CONSIDERED 1
April 19, 1967 FREE BOAT EXAMS SET IN KIRKLAND 5
April 19, 1967 HOUGHTON ORDERS CROSSWALK SIGNS FROM BELLEVUE 5
April 19, 1967 PETITIONS CIRCULATE VS NE 60TH UNDERPASS 10
April 19, 1967 MEETINGS TO COMPARE ANNEXATION PLANS (JUANITA HEIGHTS) 1
April 19, 1967 L.I.D. 9 TO HAVE HEARING 2
April 26, 1967 FIRM APPLIES FOR LOCATION IN KIRKLAND (CENTURY SAVINGS AND LOAN) 18
April 26, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (SMITH, HENRIETTA) 7
April 26, 1967 FAMILY ACCEPTS INDIA POST (CURTIS, VERNON) 9
April 26, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS ANNEXATION MEET CALLED 12
April 26, 1967 ARMORY CAN BE RENTED 1
April 26, 1967 WHY BUY GREATER KIRKLAND AREA HOME? 11-A
April 26, 1967 NEW HOUSING AREAS HERE USING UNDERGROUND WIRES 12-A
April 26, 1967 COMPANY NOW OPERATED BY SON ... (EAST SIDE GLASS (VANDERHOOK) 5-A
April 26, 1967 TAVERN DENIED ROSE HILL SITE 1
April 26, 1967 AUTO PARTS STORE NAME CHANGED (EARLS' AUTO PARTS - EDWARD'S AUTO PARTS) 3
April 26, 1967 ROGGENKAMP JOINS CREDIT FIRM HERE 6
April 26, 1967 CHARM CLASS FOR TEENS AT BETTY'S 8
April 26, 1967 DOORBELLING FOR POOL FUND OPENS TODAY 1
April 26, 1967 CHARM CLASS FOR TEENS AT BETTY'S 8
April 26, 1967 JUANITA HTS AREA PETITIONS CIRCULATE 1
April 26, 1967 ZONING TO HAVE HEARINGS 1
April 26, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS ANNEXATION MEET CALLED 12
April 26, 1967 LW TO RETAIN VOC-TECHNICAL 5
April 26, 1967 MINISTERS BACK LW ON BIBLE 13
April 26, 1967 MINISTERS BACK LW ON BIBLE 13
April 26, 1967 LUCILLE BAILEY, BERNARD D NEAL 8
April 26, 1967 NINA ROSE PAINE, CODY MCNEIL 8
April 26, 1967 LYNDA ELLIS, THOMAS M COCCIONE 8
April 26, 1967 NEWBORN COLT, CHASED FROM MOTHER, HURT, GOES TO VET (THOMAS, CHERIE) 1
April 26, 1967 FREE TRASH PICKUPS NEXT WEEK IN KIRKLAND 1
April 26, 1967 PRIMROSE SHOW ATTENDANCE HOLDS 6
April 26, 1967 FOUR MORE ENTER MISS KIRKLAND PAGEANT 10
April 26, 1967 NON-CONFORMING USE TABLED 10
April 26, 1967 L.I.D.S WITH ARTERIALS PROPOSED 1
April 26, 1967 NORTHEAST FROM CHAMPAGNE PT (AERIAL PHOTO) 4-A
April 26, 1967 JUANITA HTS AREA PETITIONS CIRCULATE 1
April 26, 1967 2ND NARCOTICS THEFT INVESTIGATED HERE 1
April 26, 1967 STRIPPED CAR FOUND 2
April 26, 1967 INGLEWOOD STORE HIT BY VANDALS 3
April 26, 1967 5 YOUTHS, 1 ARMED, ARRESTED 12
April 26, 1967 MINISTERS BACK LW ON BIBLE 13
April 26, 1967 WEPPLER, ESSIE 17
April 26, 1967 BECKMAN, HANNAH 17
April 26, 1967 BELL, NORKIRK P-TAS INSTALL 8
April 26, 1967 WOMAN'S CLUB TO INSTALL 8
April 26, 1967 DOORBELLING FOR POOL FUND OPENS TODAY 1
April 26, 1967 NE 60 DETRIMENT TO RECREATION PLAN (LETTER FROM DAVIS, LETITIA) 2
April 26, 1967 BACKERS TELL WHY THEY SUPPORT POOL 3
April 26, 1967 MINISTERS FORM HELP GROUP 11
April 26, 1967 TAVERN DENIED ROSE HILL SITE 1
April 26, 1967 RATE RECOMMENDATION FOR TRUCKS 'CONFLICTS' 1
April 26, 1967 NEARLY $6 MILLION ADDED TO ROAD PROJECT 1
April 26, 1967 L.I.D.S WITH ARTERIALS PROPOSED 1
April 26, 1967 NE 60 DETRIMENT TO RECREATION PLAN (LETTER FROM DAVIS, LETITIA) 2
April 26, 1967 ROAD DELAY PROTESTED (106TH AVE NE) 5
April 26, 1967 $3 MILLION PHONE EXPANSION 15-A
April 26, 1967 METRO SEWER LINE AIDING GROWTH 3-A
April 26, 1967 $2,000,000 IN EXPANSIONS PLANNED BY GAS COMPANY 4-A
April 26, 1967 W.D. 72 SAYS YES 368 TO 2 1
April 26, 1967 PATRICK MCKENNA, PAMELA WYCHERLEY 8
April 26, 1967 SUSAN OGILVIE, JAMES KINNEY 8
May 3, 1967 JUANITA ART FAIR SPANS ALL MEDIA 12
May 3, 1967 ROBERT FROST POETRY SUBJECT FOR PROGRAM 12
May 3, 1967 RASH IN SEATTLE ART SHOW (RASH, CHARLES) 12
May 3, 1967 SHAW PLAY OPENS HERE FRIDAY NIGHT 12
May 3, 1967 MALE KITTEN REPLACES PET CAT OF 22 (BAILEY, GERRY) 2B
May 3, 1967 LW SENIOR TOP SCORER IN GERMAN (DIETZ, CARL J) 2
May 3, 1967 RECEIVES WINGS (NIKULA, CHERYL ANN) 8
May 3, 1967 RECEIVES WINGS (COLE, SHARON LEA) 8
May 3, 1967 DAUGHTER TO STUDY AT GRENOBLE (CLARK, JANINE) 9
May 3, 1967 HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY (PHOTO OF FLEDDERMAN, GEORGE) 10
May 3, 1967 LANHAMS LEAVE (LANHAM, JOHN M) 11
May 3, 1967 JAN CHOSEN FINALIST IN QUEEN CONTEST (SODERSTROM, JAN) 12
May 3, 1967 AIR LINE EXECUTIVE RETIRES (ENGE, O C) 16
May 3, 1967 MODERN ADDITION TO BE AT FAIRFAX 13
May 3, 1967 SINKING SILO STUBBORN (PHOTO) 13
May 3, 1967 LUTHERANS HAVE HOME 10
May 3, 1967 MARINA, APARTMENTS IN YARROW PLAN (SKETCH) 1
May 3, 1967 MOTOR BIKE RIDER SERIOUSLY INJURED (LOSS, STEPHEN) 6
May 3, 1967 REPORT RECOMMENDS STUDY OF DOWNTOWN 2A
May 3, 1967 TEENAGE CHARM SCHOOL TO STRESS NATURALNESS 8
May 3, 1967 ES PLAN AGENCY BACKED 2A
May 3, 1967 ZONING DENIAL UPHELD EAST OF 6TH ST SOUTH 2B
May 3, 1967 MARINA, APARTMENTS IN YARROW PLAN (SKETCH) 1
May 3, 1967 ANOTHER ROSE HILL AREA SEEKS ANNEX 1
May 3, 1967 PRELIMINARY PLATS UP FOR APPROVAL 5
May 3, 1967 STUDENTS WIN CASE ON SENIOR BALL 2A
May 3, 1967 GRADUATION SPEAKERS NAMED 2A
May 3, 1967 EVALUATION PROGRAM SET FOR LAKEVIEW 2B
May 3, 1967 STUDENTS HEAR, WATCH AT LUNCH 2B
May 3, 1967 TEACHERS ASK 13% PAY JUMP 1
May 3, 1967 LWSD TO PROTEST NE 60 UNDERPASS 1
May 3, 1967 'READY, START, GO' GETS 'NO' 2
May 3, 1967 J NELSON VOTED NEA DIRECTOR (NELSON, JAMES) 2
May 3, 1967 EXCHANGE WITH GARFIELD, OTHER SCHOOLS STUDIED 3
May 3, 1967 SEPTEMBER OPENING FOR NEW PRIVATE DAY SCHOOL 10
May 3, 1967 'SHOW' TRADITION HOLDS FOR SCHOOL MUSICIANS 12
May 3, 1967 JOBS CREATED BY SEWERS 2
May 3, 1967 LORRAINE MILNER, DAVID K MATTHEWS 8
May 3, 1967 DIANA LEE WRIGHT, LARRY LINEHAN 8
May 3, 1967 JOY BUNKER, STEVEN JARVIS 8
May 3, 1967 MOTHERHOOD GOES ON (PHOTO OF BIRD'S NEST ON METER BOX) 1
May 3, 1967 7 LASSES TO COMPETE FOR MISS KIRKLAND CROWN (PHOTO) 1
May 3, 1967 CLOTHING COLLECTED AFTER FIRE HEAVILY DAMAGES HOME (LEMASTERS, PHIL) 5
May 3, 1967 FIRE TRUCK BID LET 13
May 3, 1967 CITIES SEE $45000 IN STATE AID 1
May 3, 1967 KIRKLAND WORKS HEAD WINS NATIONAL AWARD (KNUTSON, ART) 6
May 3, 1967 IMMUNIZATION CLINIC READY FOR TRAVELERS 13
May 3, 1967 HOUGHTON READY FOR YARROW DEVELOPMENT 2A
May 3, 1967 2 LEAVE, ONE APPOINTED TO CITY JOBS 2B
May 3, 1967 MARINA, APARTMENTS IN YARROW PLAN (SKETCH) 1
May 3, 1967 APPOINTMENT SEEN FOR CITY TREASURER POST 1
May 3, 1967 STREETS PUZZLE COUNCILMAN 5
May 3, 1967 FINN HILL PARK PLAN CONFIRMED 1
May 3, 1967 JUANITA ART FAIR SPANS ALL MEDIA 12
May 3, 1967 CITY HIRES POLICE WORK-STUDY HELP 2A
May 3, 1967 POLICE SEEK WOMEN, MEN FOR 2 POSITIONS 2A
May 3, 1967 DRIVER GIVES SELF UP VIA ATTORNEY 2B
May 3, 1967 JUANITA REALTY BROKEN INTO 1
May 3, 1967 POLICE WARN: BE CAUTIOUS ON SOLICITORS 2
May 3, 1967 WOMAN DIES OF BULLET WOUND (LEEK, MARGARET) 3
May 3, 1967 PATROLMAN RESIGNS FROM HOUGHTON, JOINS KIRKLAND (WEBSTER, JERRY) 6
May 3, 1967 AFFILIATION VOTE SEEN MONDAY 2
May 3, 1967 FALL HOSPITAL DIST ELECTION IS TARGET 5
May 3, 1967 MODERN ADDITION TO BE AT FAIRFAX 13
May 3, 1967 POWELL, DAVE 1
May 3, 1967 DIGNON, WILLIAM 13
May 3, 1967 MARSHALL, DONALD LEEROY 13
May 3, 1967 WARD, MICHAEL FRED 13
May 3, 1967 GIS LIKE JOURNAL'S SOCIAL PAGES (GIRLS) 2A
May 3, 1967 BY LWV: ES BOOK PLANNED 2B
May 3, 1967 400 COMING FOR RELAYS HERE SATURDAY 4
May 3, 1967 FINN HILL PARK PLAN CONFIRMED 1
May 3, 1967 NEW INCENTIVE ADDED IN POOL FUND CAMPAIGN 2
May 3, 1967 BILL SIGNED REDUCING PARK RENT 13
May 3, 1967 HOLY SPIRIT LUTHERAN CHURCH RECEIVES MEMBERS 10
May 3, 1967 ANOTHER ROSE HILL AREA SEEKS ANNEX 1
May 3, 1967 MAY MEETING, HEARING SET ON 405 PLAN 1
May 3, 1967 LWSD TO PROTEST NE 60 UNDERPASS 1
May 3, 1967 STREETS PUZZLE COUNCILMAN 5
May 3, 1967 EASEMENT PAVES WAY FOR PAVING 13
May 3, 1967 JOBS CREATED BY SEWERS 2
May 3, 1967 ELIZABETH MORGAN, STEPHEN JOHN HEATH 8
May 10, 1967 AERIAL PHOTOS - 17 DIFFERENT EAST SIDE VIEWS FROM THE EAST SIDE JOURNAL 10
May 10, 1967 JUANITA ART FAIR TO HAVE WIDE APPEAL 6
May 10, 1967 CAL SLATES PRINTMAKERS STUDIO TOUR 7
May 10, 1967 TWO CONCERTS SHOW MUSICAL GROWTH 7
May 10, 1967 B LAWRENCE WINS IN ART COMPETITION (LAWRENCE, BILL) 10
May 10, 1967 4-5 BOXES OF TOOTHPICKS (PHOTO OF JOHNSON, BRYAN) 1
May 10, 1967 JUNGLE JIM THANKED BY MARINES (JOLGEN, JIM) 1
May 10, 1967 BICYCLING HEALTHY! (PHOTO OF TONNING, KAARE) 3
May 10, 1967 FRIENDS REMEMBER OLSEN ON HIS BIRTHDAY (OLSEN, SAM) 7
May 10, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (BYERLY, JAY) 10
May 10, 1967 B LAWRENCE WINS IN ART COMPETITION (LAWRENCE, BILL) 10
May 10, 1967 PEACE CORPS RECRUIT FINDS MOTTO CREDIBLE (MATSON, SHERRY) 15
May 10, 1967 EAST SIDE YMCA SLATES BID OPENING 3
May 10, 1967 SEATTLE WAREHOUSE BEING MOVED HERE (SIMPSON TIMBER CO) 14
May 10, 1967 DISTINCTIVE LOG HOUSE BURNS WHILE OWNER IN HOSPITAL (LAMBERT, INA) 1
May 10, 1967 DISTINCTIVE LOG HOUSE BURNS WHILE OWNER IN HOSPITAL (LAMBERT, INA) 1
May 10, 1967 LOCAL FIRM RESEARCHING BOEING PROBLEM - NAILS (KNISELY MECH ENG) 1
May 10, 1967 1-STOP SHOPPING, WATERFRONT MALL APPEALS TO KINGSGATERS (LETTER) 2
May 10, 1967 OLD, NEW CUSTOMERS FLOCK TO NURSERY TO VISIT OWNERS (BONNEY BROOK) 9
May 10, 1967 JOHNSON CHEV OFFERS FREE SAFETY CHECKS 12
May 10, 1967 POOL DRIVE NEARS HALF-WAY MARK 1
May 10, 1967 YOUTH LEGISLATURE TO MEET IN OLYMPIA 3
May 10, 1967 X MARK YARROW BAY DEVELOPMENT SITE (AERIAL PHOTO) 14
May 10, 1967 MRS BAKKE NAMED TO STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD 1
May 10, 1967 PRE-SCHOOL COUNSELING PROPOSED 3
May 10, 1967 ROZELL APPOINTED NW DEAN (ROZELL, JACK V) 6
May 10, 1967 AUDIENCE APPRECIATES JUNIOR HIGH MUSICIANS 10
May 10, 1967 1957 GRADS PLAN REUNION 10
May 10, 1967 IT MUST BE SPRING (PHOTO OF CHAPEL, CHUCKIE AT LAKEVIEW ELEMENTARY) 12
May 10, 1967 LAKE WASHINGTON NAMES EIGHT STRAIGHT 'A' STUDENTS 14
May 10, 1967 DONNA HJORTH, THOMAS NILSEN JR 8
May 10, 1967 MOTHER'S ROBIN NEST SITTING WAS FOR REAL 3
May 10, 1967 CHRISTIE SLOAN CROWNED QUEEN 1
May 10, 1967 JUANITA ART FAIR TO HAVE WIDE APPEAL 6
May 10, 1967 DISTINCTIVE LOG HOUSE BURNS WHILE OWNER IN HOSPITAL (LAMBERT, INA) 1
May 10, 1967 TRANSFER STATION FIRE EXTINGUISHED 10
May 10, 1967 KIRKLAND FIREMEN SEEK $$ 12
May 10, 1967 RABIES CLINIC TO OPEN 13
May 10, 1967 HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY FROM VIETNAM 1
May 10, 1967 AT SLOUGH: TALKS SEEN ON 4 LANE SPAN 1
May 10, 1967 JUANITA ART FAIR TO HAVE WIDE APPEAL 6
May 10, 1967 STOVE, FURNITURE THEFT TOTALS OVER $1500 2
May 10, 1967 1 SENTENCE REVOKED AS ANOTHER ADDED 6
May 10, 1967 2 BACKHOES VANDALIZED 10
May 10, 1967 OBSCENITY PRINTED ON HOME'S LAWN 14
May 10, 1967 BOARD VOTES FOR AFFILIATION 1
May 10, 1967 BOTHELLITE HEADS HOSPITAL GROUP (RAINEY, TRACY) 1
May 10, 1967 HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY FROM VIETNAM 1
May 10, 1967 LEEK, MARGARET LOUISE 6
May 10, 1967 BLANCHARD, MAE BELLE 6
May 10, 1967 KELLEY, THOMAS L 6
May 10, 1967 ECKMAN, GLADYCE IRENE 6
May 10, 1967 WEDMAN, MEL 10
May 10, 1967 EAST SIDE YMCA SLATES BID OPENING 3
May 10, 1967 VFW INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS 6
May 10, 1967 LWV ELECTS OFFICERS AND ADOPTS LOCAL PROGRAM 6
May 10, 1967 CEREMONY OPENS 1967 LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 4
May 10, 1967 POOL DRIVE NEARS HALF-WAY MARK 1
May 10, 1967 LUTHERANS WILL WORSHIP OUTDOORS 6
May 10, 1967 AT SLOUGH: TALKS SEEN ON 4 LANE SPAN 1
May 10, 1967 NE 124TH CONTRACT LET 1
May 10, 1967 'MUDBALL' SHOWS HOW WELL NEW PAVING IS WORKING 3
May 10, 1967 SPAN CROSSING UP 18 PERCENT 6
May 10, 1967 MEETING ON 405 WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY 13
May 10, 1967 UNDERPASS BACKED; BIDS SET 15
May 10, 1967 ELEANOR DIESEN, PHILLIP J KRAMAN 8
May 10, 1967 DOROTHY HANSEN, DON ALLYN SAMUELS 8
May 17, 1967 MUSIC FESTIVAL TO HOLD TWO CONCERTS 8
May 17, 1967 4-MAN  SHOW AT GALLERY 11
May 17, 1967 SON HOME BEST GIFT FOR MOTHER (BROWN, MRS J STUART) 1
May 17, 1967 LOCAL GIRL IN BALLET (MURATA, LYNN) 8
May 17, 1967 THEY'VE PUT  THROUGH A LOT OF CALLS (SCHOURUP / SCHULTZ / WHITE / BROWN) 8
May 17, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (COREY, MRS GEORGE & MEANY, MRS WILLIAM) 8
May 17, 1967 SCHOOL ADDITIONS WON'T BE DONE AS EXPECTED 15
May 17, 1967 1ST SERVICE 'IN' NEW CHURCH (PHOTO OF LUTHERANS OUTDOORS) 11
May 17, 1967 POOL FUND DRIVE TOPS $13000 2
May 17, 1967 POPPIES TO BLOOM IN KIRKLAND 16
May 17, 1967 ZONING HEARING WEST OF MARKET 2
May 17, 1967 COUNTY, STATE SEE ANNEXATIONS 'LOGICAL' 3
May 17, 1967 BUSINESS ZONING ASKED AT NE 124TH 15
May 17, 1967 STUDENTS CLIMBING 'MOUNTAINS' IN GYM 1
May 17, 1967 CAC CONSIDERS DISBANDING 1
May 17, 1967 $8 MILLION LE BUDGET SEEN 1
May 17, 1967 LW CONTEST ADDS DOLLARS FOR POOL 2
May 17, 1967 13 NOMINATIONS MADE FOR 5-MAN ES COLLEGE BOARD 2
May 17, 1967 CONSERVATIONISTS, FORESTERS VIEW LW NATURE-STUDY PLAN 3
May 17, 1967 OPEN HOUSE TO HONOR RETIRING REDMOND PRINCIPAL, 2 TEACHERS 3
May 17, 1967 SUMMER SCHOOL OFFERED LW PUPILS 3
May 17, 1967 800 TO PRESENT VOCAL CONCERT 3
May 17, 1967  LW BAND CONCERT PLANNED 3
May 17, 1967 CLASS REUNION FOR KHS 1935 7
May 17, 1967 $43,459 APPROVED FOR LW SCHOOLS 15
May 17, 1967 BETTY BACKSTROM, JAMES JACKS 8
May 17, 1967 CONSERVATIONISTS, FORESTERS VIEW LW NATURE-STUDY PLAN 3
May 17, 1967 MUSIC FESTIVAL TO HOLD TWO CONCERTS 8
May 17, 1967 ART FAIR WINNERS NAMED 11
May 17, 1967 BOY, 6, WARNS OF FIRE (TRUMBLE, MIKE - GASPARD, DAVID) 1
May 17, 1967 TEMPORARY FIRE STATION OFFERED AT KINGSGATE 1
May 17, 1967 PROFESSORS SEEK WINERY LOCATION HERE 1
May 17, 1967 3RD DRUG THEFT HITS 1
May 17, 1967 TEEN WOMAN MARINE EARNS SERGEANT RANK (FLEXER, SUSAN M) 7
May 17, 1967 HOSTESS FINDS WELCOME WAITING (WELCOME WAGON) 6
May 17, 1967 ST PAUL'S LUTHERANA TROOP WINS NORTHLAKE CAMPOREE 6
May 17, 1967 F SCOTT TO BOX IN BOUTS HERE SAT (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
May 17, 1967 POOL FUND DRIVE TOPS $13000 2
May 17, 1967 UNITARIANS TO HEAR REX JONES 11
May 17, 1967 2 MAJOR BATTLES SEEN AT HEARING (405) 1
May 17, 1967 150 PERSONS ATTEND MEETING ON 405 DESIGN 1
May 17, 1967 WATER LINE PROGRAMMED 1
May 17, 1967 NANCY JONES, BRUCE LINDQUIST 8
May 17, 1967 DOROTHY HANSEN, DON ALLYN SAMUELS 8
May 24, 1967 '67 GRADS CYNTHIA SLORAH & MIKE MCINERNEY ON A SHOPPING TOUR (PHOTOS) 9
May 24, 1967 PARTY HONORS COUPLE'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY (SCHICK, MR AND MRS CHARLES) 8
May 24, 1967 MILLARS TO CELEBRATE 50 YEARS (MILLAR, MR AND MRS CLYDE) 8
May 24, 1967 LOCAL GIRL NEW STATE BATON CHAMP (CHENOWETH, PATTY SUE) 1
May 24, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (CLISE, MARILYN) 9
May 24, 1967 KIRKLANDER HONORED (WILCOX, EMERY) 10
May 24, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS: HEARING PROCEDURE QUESTIONED 1
May 24, 1967 FRANTIC MOM, TOT, 3, REUNITED AFTER RESCUE (ROBERTS, MRS GENE B) 1
May 24, 1967 BLOCK-LONG ACCIDENT ENDS AT LAKE 1
May 24, 1967 LANDLORDS OKAY PLANS FOR DOWNTOWN STUDY 1
May 24, 1967 FUND, SITE BRING POOL CLOSER 1
May 24, 1967 1ST LW DOCTORATE PRINCIPAL HIRED (SULLIVAN, DANIEL F) 1
May 24, 1967 LW PROTESTING NEW STATE LAW ASKING LEVY ROLLBACK 2
May 24, 1967 CHANGING PROCEDURE, CAC ELECTS MOWBRAY PRESIDENT 3
May 24, 1967 UW TRIAL PRINCIPALS TO TESTIFY IN BIBLE CASE 10
May 24, 1967 SCHOOL BOARD OKAYS ACTIVITIES COUNCIL 10
May 24, 1967 BONNIE ATWOOD, GARY CARLSEN 8
May 24, 1967 KATHLEEN POINTER, NICHOLAS FOWLER) 8
May 24, 1967 BETTI JO SNOW, ROBERT WINCHELL 8
May 24, 1967 VIRGINIA WETMORE, JAMES VOGEL 8
May 24, 1967 PERMIT REVOKED IN BURNING 3
May 24, 1967 VETERANS TO HONOR WAR-DEAD 1
May 24, 1967 HOUGHTON CONSIDERING CONSOLIDATION 1
May 24, 1967 HEARING TO CONSIDER LAKE 2
May 24, 1967 MAN GUILTY IN ASSAULT ON LW GIRL 2
May 24, 1967 UW TRIAL PRINCIPALS TO TESTIFY IN BIBLE CASE 10
May 24, 1967 CHIEF FEELS LONG HOURS RESPONSIBLE FOR RESIGNATION 13
May 24, 1967 CITIZEN GATHERING SLATED ON HOSPITAL 3
May 24, 1967 BERG, FRED WILLIAM 13
May 24, 1967 REUTER, IDA S 13
May 24, 1967 HUDSON, EUGENE W 13
May 24, 1967 FUND, SITE BRING POOL CLOSER 1
May 24, 1967 UW TRIAL PRINCIPALS TO TESTIFY IN BIBLE CASE 10
May 24, 1967 ROSE HILL MEETING VS ANNEXATION SET 1
May 24, 1967 VETERANS TO HONOR WAR-DEAD 1
May 24, 1967 JEANNIE HILL, ALLEN BRUCE 8
May 24, 1967 BARBARA CLARK, ALAN HOOPER 8
May 24, 1967 SHARON WALKER, HARRY SLUSHER 8
May 24, 1967 SALINA ALBRIGHT, CHARLES GARRETT 8
May 31, 1967 CONGRATULATIONS '67 GRADUATES (PHOTO) 6
May 31, 1967 CHILDREN TO HOST PARENTS' ANNIVERSARY (ETZLER, MR AND MRS EARL) 7
May 31, 1967 A BEARD, 64, MOTORCYCLING 3000 MILES ACROSS EUROPE 9A
May 31, 1967 RECEIVES WINGS (BORNONG, MARGARET) 9B
May 31, 1967 TEACHER POSTPONES JORDAN EXCAVATION (THOMSEN, MRS H J) 1
May 31, 1967 INJURED IN ACCIDENT, BOY STILL TO GRADUATE (KING, DAVID) 1
May 31, 1967 EAST SIDE APPOINTED TO ARTERIALS BOARD (MCCORMACK, ROBERT E) 3
May 31, 1967 SCHOOL SERVICE ADDS UP TO 52 YEARS (BAIER, BILL & HILDA) 8
May 31, 1967 ROSE HILL MOTHER, SON, NIECE HIGH SCHOOL GRADS TOGETHER (DENT, MRS RON) 10
May 31, 1967 REDMOND TEACHER TO STUDY INTELLECTUAL READING PROCESS (EDWARDS, ROBERT) 11
May 31, 1967 TRAILS ANNEXATION HEARING APPROVED 9A
May 31, 1967 ACTION TAKEN TO CLOSE UP UNUSED WELL 3
May 31, 1967 EPISCOPAL CHURCH MARKS TWO YEARS 16
May 31, 1967 ENTERTAINMENT PLANNED IN 'SCHOOL'S OUT' SALE 1
May 31, 1967 CREDIT FIRM ANNOUNCES AUTOMATION 3
May 31, 1967 JUANITA-SPONSORED TRIP WON BY WARDS (WARD, MR AND MRS WALTER) 6
May 31, 1967 ALL AGES DONATE TO COMMUNITY POOL DRIVE 11
May 31, 1967 (PHOTO OF TWINS AT HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC SCHOOL) 1
May 31, 1967 REZONE PROTEST GATHERING STORM 2
May 31, 1967 CAC ADOPTS NEW $$ STUDY POLICY 9A
May 31, 1967 5 ALL A STUDENTS TOP KJHS HONOR ROLL 9B
May 31, 1967 LW TO GRADUATE 539 FROM TWO HIGH SCHOOLS 1
May 31, 1967 JOINT BACCALAUREATE 1ST ECUMENICAL RITE 1
May 31, 1967 EVANS NAMES REV HAYMAN FOR ES COLLEGE TRUSTEES 1
May 31, 1967 LW PARING BUDGET FOR PUBLIC HEARING 1
May 31, 1967 COLLEGE TO AWARD DEGREES 1
May 31, 1967 8 GRADUATED FROM SDA SCHOOL HERE 10
May 31, 1967 35 ADULTS GRADUATED 10
May 31, 1967 HOLY FAMILY GRADUATES 40 10
May 31, 1967 SEWER CHARGES SET FOR REVENUE-FINANCED LINES 9A
May 31, 1967 NO DECISION ON WINERY LOCATION 9A
May 31, 1967 ROCKET RESEARCH AWARDED $92500 NASA CONTRACT 9B
May 31, 1967 ONE OF TWO STOLEN BOATS RECOVERED 9A
May 31, 1967 DR TAYLOR'S OFFICE ROBBED 1
May 31, 1967 KIRKLAND HOME OF NEWCOMERS GRANDPARENTS (WELCOME WAGON) 9B
May 31, 1967 MRS ARLINE YARBROUGH NEW BPW PRESIDENT 8
May 31, 1967 SCHOOL MAN TURNS AUTHOR FOR ARTICLE (HAMMOND, SID) 2
May 31, 1967 KANGS NAIL DOWN KINGCO CHAMPIONSHIP 4
May 31, 1967 ALL AGES DONATE TO COMMUNITY POOL DRIVE 11
May 31, 1967 UNITARIANS HOST FRIEND OF 'HIPPIES' (DELAY, JACK) 1
May 31, 1967 NE 68TH: CLEARANCE INCREASE IN UNDERPASS PLANS 9A
May 31, 1967 BIDS ASKED FOR ARTERIAL IMPROVEMENT 9A
May 31, 1967 122ND AVE REDUCED IN WIDTH 9A
May 31, 1967 3RD BRIDGE BIDS SEEN BY JUNE '68 2
May 31, 1967 DIVERGENT VIEWPOINTS EVIDENT AT PUBLIC HEARING ON 405 3
May 31, 1967 SEWER CHARGES SET FOR REVENUE-FINANCED LINES 9A
May 31, 1967 WD 79 WINS AWARD FOR SAFETY 16
May 31, 1967 LESLEY ANN GATTAVARA, GARY HALVERSON 8
June 7, 1967 COUPLE SHARES 60 YEARS (NORMAN, MR AND MRS JAMES) 7
June 7, 1967 GARDEN SCENE TO OPEN DANCE PROGRAM 13
June 7, 1967 SCHOOL TEACHER ENDS 42-YEAR CAREER (KENFIELD, CLEO) 11
June 7, 1967 LW MATH TEACHER TO TANZANIA (GWYNNE, ED) 13
June 7, 1967 TRIALS ANNEXATION VOTE NOW POSSIBLE 1
June 7, 1967 Y BIDS EXCEED ESTIMATES 1
June 7, 1967 CLASS DOUBLE-SHIFTING SEEMS UNAVOIDABLE 1
June 7, 1967 PAR MAC TO HOST C OF C 1
June 7, 1967 COUNCIL VOTES NO ON LARGE REZONE 1
June 7, 1967 COUNCIL VOTES NO ON LARGE REZONE 1
June 7, 1967 OVER 300 LOTS SOUGHT 13
June 7, 1967 PAY INCREASES MEAN SHARP CHOPS ELSEWHERE IN BUDGET 1
June 7, 1967 DANCE, BANJOS, SALE RINGING SCHOOL OUT OF HERE 1
June 7, 1967 EAST SIDE COLLEGE BOARD NAMED, MEETS NEXT DAY 2
June 7, 1967 REDMOND GRADUATES MORE THAN 200 (LIST) 6
June 7, 1967 GRADUATING CLASS TOPS 300 AT LWHS (LIST) 6
June 7, 1967 '51 WOMEN GRADS HAVE REUNION 8
June 7, 1967 HONOR GRADUATES NAMED AT LW COMMENCEMENT 11
June 7, 1967 FIRST CITIZEN'S AWARD GIVEN AT REDMOND GRADUATION 11
June 7, 1967 LW GRADS JOIN 'JET SET' DURING ALL-NIGHT PARTY 11
June 7, 1967 GAY NINETIES THEME OF RHS GRAD PARTY 11
June 7, 1967 NORTHSHORE, LW BOUNDARY CHANGE? 12
June 7, 1967 KATHLEEN BUCKLIN, JOHN DAVIES 8
June 7, 1967 KAREN COMPTON, JAMES MYNAR 8
June 7, 1967 GERALDINE MATTHIAS, WILLIAM L SHEEDY 8
June 7, 1967 NANCY MCDANIEL, DAVID PLATZER 8
June 7, 1967 CHRISTMAS IN SPRING (PHOTO OF STREET DECORATIONS) 3
June 7, 1967 4TH ISSUE 'HOUGHTON NEWS LETTER' IS OUT 13
June 7, 1967 WATER PROGRAM TO OPEN JUNE 22 AT JUANITA BEACH 5
June 7, 1967 WATER PROGRAM TO OPEN JUNE 22 AT JUANITA BEACH 5
June 7, 1967 WIDEMANN, ELSIE 12
June 7, 1967 ALLEN, CLAUDE E 12
June 7, 1967 HUNTER, ROBERT EARL 12
June 7, 1967 HOWLAND, FLORENCE G 12
June 7, 1967 4TH ISSUE 'HOUGHTON NEWS LETTER' IS OUT 13
June 7, 1967 WATER PROGRAM TO OPEN JUNE 22 AT JUANITA BEACH 5
June 7, 1967 KEGGLER WITH CANE (PHOTO OF SHULMAN, STEVE) 1
June 7, 1967 1966 WINNERS TO DEFEND TITLES IN CITY TENNIS TOURNEY HERE 4
June 7, 1967 THE KINGCO CHAMPS (PHOTO) 4
June 7, 1967 FIRST AWARDS BANQUET HELD FOR HANDICAPPED BOWLERS 4
June 7, 1967 SPECIAL ATTRACTION: SAILBOAT RACES, BOATING DISPLAY 1
June 7, 1967 WOODINVILLE INTERCHANGE BIDS CALLED 18
June 7, 1967 WEST COAST PHONE NAME IS CHANGED 2
June 7, 1967 BIDS ASKED ON TERRACE WATER LINES 2
June 7, 1967 HARD TO GET SEWERS VIA SEWER DISTRICT 3
June 7, 1967 PAULA MILLER, BRUCE DAVIES 8
June 7, 1967 REBECCA SENN, BRUCE BARR 8
June 7, 1967 NINA ROSE PAINE, CODY MCNEIL 8
June 14, 1967 INLAND PARK - OPEN HOUSE 11
June 14, 1967 RAY SMITHS HONORED ON ANNIVERSARY 12
June 14, 1967 INTROSPECTION MARKS YOUNG ARTISTS' WORK 12
June 14, 1967 THREE OLD-TIMERS (PHOTO OF MCEVOY, JIM & ERWAY, CLARENCE) 1
June 14, 1967 DOCTORATE AWARDED TO DIETZ (DIETZ, ROBERT H) 2
June 14, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (DOUGLAS, GERRY) 7
June 14, 1967 FAREWELL PARTY FOR MRS CLARK (CLARK, PEARL MARY) 8
June 14, 1967 MOST KISSABLE LIPS (PHOTO OF MCNEELY, JANICE) 8
June 14, 1967 HAPPINESS IS A PARTY FOR TEACHER (KENFIELD, CLEO) 8
June 14, 1967 KIRKLANDER TO VIEW BUSINESS IN EUROPE (HARTSOCK, ROBERT) 10
June 14, 1967 HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF (PHOTO OF LUNDVALLS, DON & DON & RALPH & RALPH) 11
June 14, 1967 CHARM SCHOOL OWNER GIVES 'FREE' TIME TO HANDICAPPED (BROOKE, BEVERLY) 13
June 14, 1967 SUPPLIER RAISES OBJECTIONS TO CANCELING PORTABLES 1
June 14, 1967 HOTEL BLOCK NOW CITY HUB (OLD PHOTO OF KIRKLAND HOTEL) 12
June 14, 1967 COUNTY VOIDS VOTE ON ANNEXATION 1
June 14, 1967 TUTTLE QUITS SCHOOL BOARD (TUTTLE, HIRAM V) 1
June 14, 1967 HEARING SLATED IN BIBLE CASE 3
June 14, 1967 NEW SCHOOL: MOST ADVANCED IN THE WEST (JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL) 7
June 14, 1967 TEACHER AIDS 10 STUDENTS TO GERMANY 8
June 14, 1967 'JAIL BIRD' BECOMES HAPPY AS A LARK 1
June 14, 1967 PLANNING COMMISSION OKAYS PLAN PROGRAM 1
June 14, 1967 GRAVES, 28, JOINS PLAN COMMISSION 1
June 14, 1967 PROBLEMS OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT STUDIED 13
June 14, 1967 BIRTH CONTROL CLINIC CONTINUES THROUGH SUMMER 12
June 14, 1967 HOTEL BLOCK NOW CITY HUB (OLD PHOTO OF KIRKLAND HOTEL) 12
June 14, 1967 HOUGHTON STUDY UNDERWAY 1
June 14, 1967 WINERY TO LOCATE AT PAR MAC 2
June 14, 1967 WATERFRONT RECREATION LACKING (LETTER FROM MIHALYO, JOHN) 2
June 14, 1967 POLICE ASK EMERGENCY FUNDS FOR ADDITIONAL STAFF, CAR 3
June 14, 1967 HEARING SLATED IN BIBLE CASE 3
June 14, 1967 PUBLIC TO HAVE SAY ON AFFILIATION 1
June 14, 1967 VIET-WOUNDED LWHS GRAD IN HOSPITAL (ESKOLA, MIKE) 2
June 14, 1967 WATERFRONT RECREATION LACKING (LETTER FROM MIHALYO, JOHN) 2
June 14, 1967 DAVE SMITH CAPTURE THREE KIRKLAND TENNIS TITLES 4
June 14, 1967 PLANS FOR LARGER POOL ARE STUDIED 1
June 14, 1967 PARK SOUGHT IN KINGSGATE AREA 2
June 14, 1967 HEARING SLATED IN BIBLE CASE 3
June 14, 1967 CONGREGATIONALISTS HAVE NEW VACATION SCHOOL PROGRAM 11
June 14, 1967 MORE BRIDGES COULD SPELL DOOM OF CITY AS COMMUNITY (LETTER FROM MERO, R) 2
June 14, 1967 MALFUNCTION CUTS OFF MUCH OF EAST SIDE WATER SUPPLY 1
June 14, 1967 81 PATRONS MAY ENJOY GETTING BILL 13
June 14, 1967 DIST 81 FACES LEGAL PROBLEM ON SEWERS 17
June 21, 1967 JOHN AND BERTHA SCHWINN NOTE 40TH ANNIVERSARY 11
June 21, 1967 JUANITA GIRL AMONG MID EAST EVACUEES (KILGREN, EILEEN) 1
June 21, 1967 ART KNUTSON HONORED AT WATER MEET 2
June 21, 1967 AMERICAN FOOD, GIRLS BEST, STUDENT REPORTS (JORGENSON, MIKE) 3
June 21, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (LENNEBACKER, CAROL) 7
June 21, 1967 SWEEPSTAKES WINNER (PHOTO OF CHENOWETH, PATTY SUE) 8
June 21, 1967 WEDDING CONSULTANT IS BEHIND-SCENES PERFORMER (SIMMONS, ROLANDA) 10
June 21, 1967 CANDY STRIPER CAPPED AT HOSPITAL 10
June 21, 1967 TRAILS ANNEXATION LEGAL ACTION EXPECTED 1
June 21, 1967 PAR MAC PLANS FOR HALF-MILLION FEET 6
June 21, 1967 LW BOARD HOLDS FIRM VS PORTABLES 1
June 21, 1967 JUANITA PARENTS ORGANIZE DOUBLE-SHIFTING PROTEST 2
June 21, 1967 CLUB LADIES DRESS UP CITY HALL 2
June 21, 1967 LAKESIDE CLEANERS ADDS IRONER 2
June 21, 1967 TAC AID KEEPS TEEN GROUP GOING 1
June 21, 1967 JUANITA AREA RESIDENTS PETITION TO JOIN CITY 1
June 21, 1967 TRAILS ANNEXATION LEGAL ACTION EXPECTED 1
June 21, 1967 NO ACTION ON TUTTLE RESIGN 1
June 21, 1967 SCHOOL PLAN ADOPTED FOR FALL ENROLLMENT 1
June 21, 1967 JUANITA PARENTS ORGANIZE DOUBLE-SHIFTING PROTEST 2
June 21, 1967 CANDACE RAWLINGS, WILLIAM E FARAONE 10
June 21, 1967 MCKEE NEW INSPECTOR (MCKEE, DEAN) 1
June 21, 1967 ART KNUTSON HONORED AT WATER MEET 2
June 21, 1967 HOUGHTON PLAN BEING UPDATED 2
June 21, 1967 BIDS LET FOR HOUGHTON ARTERIAL STREET PROGRAM 6
June 21, 1967 STREET VACATION HEARING SET IN HOUGHTON 16
June 21, 1967 PAR MAC PLANS FOR HALF-MILLION FEET 6
June 21, 1967 JUANITA AREA RESIDENTS PETITION TO JOIN CITY 1
June 21, 1967 JUANITA PARENTS ORGANIZE DOUBLE-SHIFTING PROTEST 2
June 21, 1967 FILL GOING INTO LAKE AT 10TH S 1
June 21, 1967 FILL GOING INTO LAKE AT 10TH S 1
June 21, 1967 TRAILER HOUSE BURGLARIZED 2
June 21, 1967 FINES, BAIL INCREASE 3
June 21, 1967 VANDALISM REPORTED BY HARDWARE STORE 8
June 21, 1967 CITY PROCEEDS WITH LIBRARY AFFILIATION 1
June 21, 1967 COST OF HOSPITAL DISTRICT TO BE DISCUSSED WEDNESDAY 1
June 21, 1967 BERG, GERTRUDE 3
June 21, 1967 MORRISON, JOHN LIST 3
June 21, 1967 BROGAN, FLORENCE ANN 3
June 21, 1967 KRONTZ, RAY F 3
June 21, 1967 WEIGEL, RAMON H 3
June 21, 1967 NEWCOMERS ADD INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR TO COMMUNITY (WELCOME WAGON) 5
June 21, 1967 CLUB LADIES DRESS UP CITY HALL 2
June 21, 1967 LARGER POOL, BATH HOUSE APPROVED 1
June 21, 1967 KIDS LIKE PLAYGROUND ACTIVITIES 5
June 21, 1967 108TH AVE PROPOSED FOR LW BLVD TRAFFIC 1
June 21, 1967 BIDS LET FOR HOUGHTON ARTERIAL STREET PROGRAM 6
June 21, 1967 STREET VACATION HEARING SET IN HOUGHTON 16
June 21, 1967 SPRINKLING REGULATIONS ANNOUNCED 1
June 21, 1967 METRO RATE INCREASE SEEN UNDER STATE PLAN 1
June 21, 1967 INCREASED USE STIRS SEDIMENT IN WATER MAINS 2
June 21, 1967 ELAINE CAVER, OLAF GERHARD LEQUE ORDAL JR 10
June 21, 1967 ELLEN HAMILTON, PHILLIP J LYONS 10
June 21, 1967 PAULINE DOWNING, ROBERT LINDER 10
June 21, 1967 KAREN KAY THOMAS, WILLIAM GUYTON 10
June 21, 1967 ELIZABETH MAE ELDRED, SCOTT DAVIS 10
June 21, 1967 MARILYN SIMMONS, ROGER ROSENBACH 11
June 21, 1967 LYNDA ELLIS, TOM COCCIONE 11
June 28, 1967 DEADLINE NEAR FOR ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR 13
June 28, 1967 MRS KRUMM DIRECTOR OF TOP PLAYBARN PLAY (KRUMM, LARUE) 15
June 28, 1967 MRS KNIGHT STILL WIELDS AX (KNIGHT, HETTIE) 1
June 28, 1967 CLIMAX OF EXCITING DAY: RESCUE (JEPPSON, JEROD) 3
June 28, 1967 MISS WASHINGTON: DIDI ONE AWAY FROM STATE TITLE (ANSTETT, DIDI) 10
June 28, 1967 MISS TURNER IN KOREA WITH PEACE CORPS (TURNER, PEGGY) 15
June 28, 1967 MRS KRUMM DIRECTOR OF TOP PLAYBARN PLAY (KRUMM, LARUE) 15
June 28, 1967 'THANK YOU' SAID IN 4 LANGUAGES (GASSER, OTTO) 15
June 28, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS HORSE SHOW JULY 1-4 5
June 28, 1967 CONGRESSIONAL ACTION FREES FUNDS FOR LWSD BUILDINGS 3
June 28, 1967 RENTALS FOR ELDERLY NOT PUBLIC HOUSING 1
June 28, 1967 4-PLEX GOING IN WHERE DENTIST REMOVES 'FILLING' 1
June 28, 1967 BABY DRINKS THINNER (ROSE, CHRIS) 3
June 28, 1967 SUBURBS MARCH INTO COUNTRY (PHOTO OF HOUSES NEAR OLD DAIRY BARNS) 14
June 28, 1967 MORE SUBDIVISIONS PROPOSED LOCALLY 14
June 28, 1967 WHERE CITY LIMITS STAND (MAP) 14
June 28, 1967 D KRUZNER HEARS LW BIBLE CASE 3
June 28, 1967 SCOTT, TURNBULL: 2 COACHES RESIGN AT RHS 4
June 28, 1967 FRANK RICE NORTHWEST'S NEW DEAN 10
June 28, 1967 COLLEGE HONORS TOP STUDENTS 13
June 28, 1967 'TIGER IN TANK' GOES TO SCHOOL (SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER) 15
June 28, 1967 NW FACULTY APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED 15
June 28, 1967 FREDERICK SPRINGSTEEL TO JOIN COLLEGE STAFF 19
June 28, 1967 YOUNG PEOPLE MUST HAVE DRIVER TRAINING CLASSES 19
June 28, 1967 PATRICIA REESE, MICHAEL O BECK 8
June 28, 1967 ROYANN HEIMBIGNER, MICHAEL GURLEY 8
June 28, 1967 DEADLINE NEAR FOR ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR 13
June 28, 1967 IT WAS A FAKE (PHOTO OF  INTENTIONAL FIRE ON CENTRAL AVENUE BUILDING) 2
June 28, 1967 FIVE LOCAL MEN WITH FIRE CREWS 2
June 28, 1967 THERE'S STILL TIME TO BEAT JULY 1 SALES TAX INCREASE 2
June 28, 1967 CHEST X-RAY BUS HERE THIS WEEK 15
June 28, 1967 A YOUNGER SPENT HIS YOUTH HERE (YOUNGER, J ARTHUR) 20
June 28, 1967 2 LOCATIONS FOR KIWANIS FIREWORKS 20
June 28, 1967 DIRECTION HOUGHTON TO TAKE CONCERN OF STUDY COMMITTEE 1
June 28, 1967 D KRUZNER HEARS LW BIBLE CASE 3
June 28, 1967 CAR TIRES VANDALIZED 14
June 28, 1967 VANDALS DAMAGE CAR WITH FIRE 14
June 28, 1967 MEET TO MULL COSTS, NEED FOR HOSPITAL 1
June 28, 1967 COAST GUARD CUTTERS HAVE FRESH WATER VOYAGE HERE 15
June 28, 1967 WYLIE, CAROLA A MACK 19
June 28, 1967 ANDERSON, A OSCAR 19
June 28, 1967 YOUNGER, J ARTHUR 20
June 28, 1967 EMPLOYMENT BRINGS OREGONIANS (WELCOME WAGON) 15
June 28, 1967 ALTRUSANS SERVE IN INTEREST OF OTHERS 8
June 28, 1967 LARGE BASS CAUGHT BY BOB DEBOER 4
June 28, 1967 BRIDLE TRAILS HORSE SHOW JULY 1-4 5
June 28, 1967 SPECIAL FUND SET FOR PARK 2
June 28, 1967 REQUEST TO CLOSE 120TH AS PARK CLOSES 13
June 28, 1967 POWER LINES PARK PROPOSED FOR TWO REDMOND TRACTS 14
June 28, 1967 D KRUZNER HEARS LW BIBLE CASE 3
June 28, 1967 INGLEMOOR BAPTIST CHURCH CONSTITUTED 8
June 28, 1967 SUBURBS MARCH INTO COUNTRY (PHOTO OF HOUSES NEAR OLD DAIRY BARNS) 14
June 28, 1967 YOUNG PEOPLE MUST HAVE DRIVER TRAINING CLASSES 19
June 28, 1967 COAST GUARD CUTTERS HAVE FRESH WATER VOYAGE HERE 15
June 28, 1967 TAXICAB RATE UP 1
June 28, 1967 EXTENSIVE L.I.D. PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND 1
June 28, 1967 REQUEST TO CLOSE 120TH AS PARK CLOSES 13
June 28, 1967 DEDICATION FOR SPAN FRIDAY (LACEY V MURROW) 15
June 28, 1967 HOOK EXPLAINS WHY OF SPRINKLING RULES 3
June 28, 1967 WW1 VETS GROUP WINS 19
June 28, 1967 JOYCE DENT, DOUGLAS MORGAN 8
June 28, 1967 WENDY SWENSON, STEPHEN SCHMIDT 8
July 5, 1967 SEATTLE LIGHTS AMAZE PIONEER FINN ON HILL (RAINE, ANNE M) 3
July 5, 1967 PLANTS ARE PASSPORT BEHIND IRON CURTAIN (MULLIGAN, BRIAN) 6
July 5, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (DAVIDSON, ARLENE) 7
July 5, 1967 ATTORNEY, LAWSUIT SUPPORT ANNEXATION 10
July 5, 1967 SAFEWAY TO BUILD NEW STORE HERE (SKETCH) 1
July 5, 1967 NEW LOCAL WAREHOUSE IN OPERATION (PHOTO OF SIMPSON TIMBER CO) 3
July 5, 1967 OPERATION EQUALITY MEET SET 1
July 5, 1967 SHORELANDS EAST OPENING (PHOTO) 6
July 5, 1967 IS PLANNED DEVELOPMENT ASSET TO CITY'S WATERFRONT (LETTER FROM RUETER, HAZEL) 2
July 5, 1967 FLOWERS PLAT APPROVED 16
July 5, 1967 DOUBLE-SHIFT PROTESTERS TO MARCH ON STATE BOARD 1
July 5, 1967 RESIDENTS SPEAK OUT ON DOUBLE-SHIFTING 2
July 5, 1967 SCHOOLS SOLUTION POSSIBLE (LETTER FROM LANDER, DICK) 2
July 5, 1967 4 NEW PRINCIPALS NAMED 10
July 5, 1967 SHARON THYHOLT, RANDOLPH P PARADIS 8
July 5, 1967 MELINDA ANN RAHSKOPF, LINCOLN PARKER BRONSDON JR 8
July 5, 1967 LINDA HUNTER, DAVID MCCAMMON 8
July 5, 1967 SANDRA MORSE, CHARLES IRBY 8
July 5, 1967 THIS ISN'T DUMP (PHOTO OF NE 60TH & 116TH AVE NE) 2
July 5, 1967 OPERATION EQUALITY MEET SET 1
July 5, 1967 ENGINEERING COSTS ARE EXPLAINED (HOUGHTON ARTERIALS) 1
July 5, 1967 HOUGHTON TO ELECT 4 1
July 5, 1967 POLICE SALARY RAISES ASKED IN HOUGHTON 3
July 5, 1967 ELVES' EASEMENT COST CITY $8497 10
July 5, 1967 STREET CUTS BAN ASKED IN HOUGHTON 11
July 5, 1967 JUANITA DR FOUR-LANING IN PROGRAM 1
July 5, 1967 IS PLANNED DEVELOPMENT ASSET TO CITY'S WATERFRONT (LETTER FROM RUETER, HAZEL) 2
July 5, 1967 ONE CAUGHT, 2ND SOUGHT IN BIZARRE HOLDUP HERE 1
July 5, 1967 CITY HAS OPTION ON SUN. LIQUOR 1
July 5, 1967 SHOPLIFTS, VANDALISM ARE SOLVED 1
July 5, 1967 POLICE SALARY RAISES ASKED IN HOUGHTON 3
July 5, 1967 DESTRUCTION OF SIGNS REPORTED 15
July 5, 1967 HOSPITAL DISTRICT CERTAIN FOR VOTE 1
July 5, 1967 THREE MAYORS ENDORSE DISTRICT 11
July 5, 1967 D PETERSON AWARDED PURPLE HEART (PETERSON, DAVID) 3
July 5, 1967 MANNING, ROBERT HENRY 10
July 5, 1967 DELL, CLYDE IRA 'POP' 10
July 5, 1967 HUEBNER, ANNA H 10
July 5, 1967 BARTON, BENJAMIN LEE 10
July 5, 1967 EAST SIDE GARDEN CLUB WINS 4 STATE AWARDS 8
July 5, 1967 EAGLES CELEBRATE 20 YEARS SINCE AERIE WAS FORMED HERE 10
July 5, 1967 ENGINEER COUNCIL HONORS JOURNAL'S BOND CAMPAIGN 11
July 5, 1967 WINDSHEIMERS TO LEAD HIKE INTO HIGH NORTH CASCADES 4
July 5, 1967 POOL MOVES NEARER 1
July 5, 1967 BAPTISTS TO HOST SPEAKER FROM TEXAS 10
July 5, 1967 NEW COMMUNICANTS (PHOTO OF FIRST CONFIRMATION CLASS AT HOLY SPIRIT) 15
July 5, 1967 ENGINEERING COSTS ARE EXPLAINED (HOUGHTON ARTERIALS) 1
July 5, 1967 JUANITA DR FOUR-LANING IN PROGRAM 1
July 5, 1967 YARROW PUMP DELAYED 10
July 5, 1967 ELVES' EASEMENT COST CITY $8497 10
July 5, 1967 STREET CUTS BAN ASKED IN HOUGHTON 11
July 5, 1967 YARROW PUMP DELAYED 10
July 5, 1967 SEWERS REQUIRE BUDGET ADJUSTMENT 10
July 5, 1967 METRO ASKS OK FOR LINE AFTER FACT 10
July 5, 1967 SUSAN PETERSON, MICHAEL C BRADRICK 8
July 5, 1967 DIANE DAMRON, GARY BAERWALD 8
July 5, 1967 JUDITH CARLSON, RONALD HANSON 8
July 12, 1967 KIRKLAND ARTISTS PREPARING WORKS TO ENTER IN ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR 13
July 12, 1967 G H BARTA WILL MANAGE NEW NB OF C 13
July 12, 1967 WASP STING RESULT (PHOTO OF ANDERSON, MRS WES) 1
July 12, 1967 DRAMA STUDENT 'PRO' IN MUSICAL (JAMES, RANDY C) 6
July 12, 1967 44-YEAR RESIDENT HAS 90TH BIRTHDAY (BETTES, R L) 13
July 12, 1967 VANDALS DAMAGE NEW JUNIOR HIGH 2
July 12, 1967 FHJH NEARS FINISHED FORM (PHOTO) 11
July 12, 1967 COLLEGE DISTRICT CONTRACTING FOR BSD FACILITIES 13
July 12, 1967 SCHOOL PROTEST: GROUP WILL PICKET NEW SUBDIVISIONS 1
July 12, 1967 LOW RENTALS FAIL TO GET VARIANCES 1
July 12, 1967 PROMOTION HAS JC BACKING 10
July 12, 1967 CLOTHING APPEAL MADE FOR VIETNAM ORPHANS 6
July 12, 1967 JOBS FOR YOUTH NEEDED - BERRY PICKERS TOO 13
July 12, 1967 SCHOOL PROTEST: GROUP WILL PICKET NEW SUBDIVISIONS 1
July 12, 1967 SCHOOL PROTEST: GROUP WILL PICKET NEW SUBDIVISIONS 1
July 12, 1967 APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR SCHOOL BOARD 1
July 12, 1967 BURNETT APPOINTED BY BOARD (BURNETT, ROBERT) 2
July 12, 1967 LW ASKS OKAY TO PLAN SCHOOLS FARTHER AHEAD 2
July 12, 1967 SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY - CHURCH SCHOOL, THAT IS 8
July 12, 1967 SCHOOL WASN'T OUT FOR 783 10
July 12, 1967 SUMMER STUDENTS EXPLORE COMMUNITY 10
July 12, 1967 BIBLE HEARING STALLED 17
July 12, 1967 JOBS FOR YOUTH NEEDED - BERRY PICKERS TOO 13
July 12, 1967 3 BLAZES REPORTED 1
July 12, 1967 TENANT, 88, HELPS BATTLE OWN FIRE (BRISWOLD, B L) 11
July 12, 1967 CITY LOSES TWO BOARD MEMBERS (UNDERWOOD, NADINE & CANTERBURY, MAX) 2
July 12, 1967 BEGORRA, IT WAS A GRAND 4TH 1
July 12, 1967 HOUGHTON'S MAYOR QUINN KIRKLAND MUNICIPAL JUDGE? 1
July 12, 1967 TAC ASSURED OF HOUGHTON SUPPORT 2
July 12, 1967 RECREATION IN PROGRESS AT JUANITA 5
July 12, 1967 HOUGHTON'S MAYOR QUINN KIRKLAND MUNICIPAL JUDGE? 1
July 12, 1967 JUANITA CAMPER BROKEN INTO 2
July 12, 1967 VANDALS DAMAGE NEW JUNIOR HIGH 2
July 12, 1967 BIBLE HEARING STALLED 17
July 12, 1967 MICHAEL, VIRGINIA MAY 17
July 12, 1967 BECHTEL, FLORENCE 17
July 12, 1967 STALHAMMER, PATRICIA ILENE 17
July 12, 1967 TAC ASSURED OF HOUGHTON SUPPORT 2
July 12, 1967 PROMOTION HAS JC BACKING 10
July 12, 1967 PO TAKE, POPULATION UP 10% 1
July 12, 1967 ES REAL ESTATE SALES SKYROCKET 2
July 12, 1967 RECREATION IN PROGRESS AT JUANITA 5
July 12, 1967 KIRKLAND HOSTS CONNIE MACK ALL-STARS 4
July 12, 1967 SWIM POOL TO FOLLOW PLOT PLAN 2
July 12, 1967 SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY - CHURCH SCHOOL, THAT IS 8
July 12, 1967 EPISCOPAL SCHOOL FOR ALL FAITHS 12
July 12, 1967 PROTESTANT WORKER IN ROME BAPTIST SPEAKER 13
July 12, 1967 BIBLE HEARING STALLED 17
July 12, 1967 PO TAKE, POPULATION UP 10% 1
July 12, 1967 FOR ROUTE 901: STATE WILL CONSIDER ALTERNATE TO LAKEFRONT 1
July 12, 1967 HEARINGS ON NORTHUP-REDMOND HIGHWAY MAY BE THIS SUMMER 2
July 12, 1967 106TH PAVED UNDER L.I.D. 7 18
July 12, 1967 '81' TO END WATER PRESSURE PROBLEMS 1
July 12, 1967 LAKEVIEW TERRACE TO USE MILE OF PIPE 1
July 12, 1967 WATER CONNECTION CHARGE TO GO UP 1
July 12, 1967 KATHLEEN BAER, DOUGLAS MCVAY 8
July 12, 1967 ANNE MARIE ROSSIER, JACQUES BURE 8
July 19, 1967 BLUE LIGHT: CHAMPION IN BATTLE OF BANDS 3
July 19, 1967 5 ARTISTS HAVE PLACES AT ART FAIR 11
July 19, 1967 LW TEACHER ESCAPES EGYPT ON RUSSIAN SHIP (LOYD, BERNICE) 1
July 19, 1967 K SCHMITT COMPLETES STUDY (SCHMITT, KENNETH) 6
July 19, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (BLAKE, JANICE) 11
July 19, 1967 BUILDING LEVEL WAY UP LOCALLY 1
July 19, 1967 BOARD GIVES UP OWN SPACE 1
July 19, 1967 DECKS APPROVED FOR COMPLETED APARTMENTS 2
July 19, 1967 6TH ST S ZONED FOR APARTMENTS 2
July 19, 1967 MERCHANTS SEEK ONE WAY TRAFFIC ON COMMERCIAL 1
July 19, 1967 YES, TRESTLE HIT AGAIN (PHOTOS) 1
July 19, 1967 BUILDING LEVEL WAY UP LOCALLY 1
July 19, 1967 AREA ASKED FOR REDMOND IN BELLEVUE ANNEXATION 1
July 19, 1967 6TH ST S ZONED FOR APARTMENTS 2
July 19, 1967 HEARINGS SET ON ZONE CHANGES 3
July 19, 1967 BOARD GIVES UP OWN SPACE 1
July 19, 1967 LW PONDERS: ISN'T ANYBODY WILLING TO SERVE ON SCHOOL BOARD 1
July 19, 1967 SCHOOLS SUPPORTED (LETTER FROM DEROULET, LEAH) 2
July 19, 1967 STATE ASKED FOR SHORT, LONG TERM END TO LW PROBLEMS 2
July 19, 1967 SOME BERRY PICKUP STOPS UNKNOWN TO LABOR OFFICE 3
July 19, 1967 TWO CHOOSE NOT TO RUN (WESCOTT, LILLIAN & VAUX, JAMES) 1
July 19, 1967 JUANITANS ELIGIBLE FOR COUNCIL 1
July 19, 1967 HOUGHTON: STUDY GROUP ASKS FOR MORE TIME 1
July 19, 1967 HOUGHTON OKAYS POLICE INCREASE 3
July 19, 1967 JUANITANS ELIGIBLE FOR COUNCIL 1
July 19, 1967 RAIL STRIKE 'PINCHING' LOCAL FREIGHT SHIPPERS 2
July 19, 1967 $10000 FALSE ARREST CLAIM FILED (ROSALA, FRANK JR) 1
July 19, 1967 COIN COLLECTION, EQUIPMENT THEFTS REPORTED IN AREA 1
July 19, 1967 GIRL REPORTS RAPE ATTEMPT 2
July 19, 1967 HOUGHTON OKAYS POLICE INCREASE 3
July 19, 1967 LIBRARY DEFECTS REPORTED 2
July 19, 1967 HOSPITAL DIST: BOUNDARIES SETTLED FOR COMMISSIONERS 3
July 19, 1967 KWAPIL, DORIS THORNE 10
July 19, 1967 PAYNE, Q D 'JACK' 10
July 19, 1967 ELDUEN, EARL JAMES 10
July 19, 1967 FRANKLIN, SHADE 10
July 19, 1967 CRANDALL, WALTER V 11
July 19, 1967 RAIL STRIKE 'PINCHING' LOCAL FREIGHT SHIPPERS 2
July 19, 1967 WARNING: NO-LEFTS ENFORCED 1
July 19, 1967 MERCHANTS SEEK ONE WAY TRAFFIC ON COMMERCIAL 1
July 19, 1967 NE 70TH: 4-LANING REQUESTED BY STATE 16
July 19, 1967 CITY SUPPLIES WATER WHERE WELL CONDEMNED 2
July 19, 1967 LINDA POTTER, DAVID GRIFFITH 8
July 19, 1967 KATHLEEN LARSSON, LAWRENCE POMADA 8
July 19, 1967 KAREN SUE COMPTON, JAMES DANIEL MYNAR 8
July 19, 1967 LYNDA RIPLEY, TOM OMLEY 8
July 19, 1967 BECKY BROWN, RAY HUDLOW 8
July 26, 1967 YORK FARMS DISAPPEARING (PHOTO) 12
July 26, 1967 R TIBBATTS PROMOTED BY BANK (TIBBATTS, RODNEY) 9
July 26, 1967 WOMAN ABDUCTED ON FAMILY VACATION (PAINE,  MRS MARK) 2
July 26, 1967 SON FLIGHT ENGINEER ON RECORD FLIGHT (SPEER, OTIS) 6
July 26, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (GILMORE, LINDA) 9
July 26, 1967 '38 GRADUATE VISITS HERE FROM DC (HILTON, HOWARD) 13
July 26, 1967 LET'S GET ACQUAINTED  (SPECIAL SECTION SHOWING BUSINESSES) A1-A16
July 26, 1967 GENERAL SEEKS ZONING FOR BUILDING ADDITION 5
July 26, 1967 FOUND IN WALL, PAPER RECALLS 1921 HISTORY ( BURNING OF ROSE HILL SCHOOL) 11
July 26, 1967 NEW HIGHWAY FACILITY GOING UP ON NORTHUP 6
July 26, 1967 OWNER TO RESTORE LOG CABIN (CATHCART, J C) 1
July 26, 1967 LET'S GET ACQUAINTED  (SPECIAL SECTION SHOWING BUSINESSES) A1-A16
July 26, 1967 LOCAL AUTO DEALER HAS 45% INCREASE (BEL-KIRK MOTORS) 3
July 26, 1967 FELLOW BASEBALLERS MOURN BOY'S DEATH (HENDERSON, MATTHEW) 4
July 26, 1967 JUANITA ANNEXATIONS NOW OFFICIAL 1
July 26, 1967 NUMEROUS LOTS UP FOR APPROVAL 5
July 26, 1967 L BRUNO TO HEAR LOCAL GROUP TODAY 1
July 26, 1967 DOUBLE-SHIFTING INVOLVEMENT IS COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION (LETTER) 2
July 26, 1967 ADMISSIONS UP AT NW COLLEGE 2
July 26, 1967 VACATIONS DELAY BIBLE SUIT 2
July 26, 1967 BUSINESS MANAGER RETURNS (MCGINTY, TREMAINE) 5
July 26, 1967 5 STUDENTS GOING ABROAD, 1 COMING 9
July 26, 1967 DORIS CAPELA, JOHN G MICHAELSON 8
July 26, 1967 KATHRYN STEWART, KENNETH G ANDERSON 8
July 26, 1967 FOUR LOCAL BEAUTIES SEEK SEAFAIR TITLE 1
July 26, 1967 QUEEN CONTESTANTS (PHOTO) 3
July 26, 1967 WATER SKIING ON SAMMAMISH SCHEDULED DURING SEAFAIR 4
July 26, 1967 WRONGLY PLACED NE DELAYS FIRE-FIGHTERS 1
July 26, 1967 MAN NARROWLY ESCAPES FLAMING HOUSE (FORD, TED JR) 1
July 26, 1967 HOSPITAL GROUP IRONING OUT FIRE DISTRICT RUCKUS 2
July 26, 1967 COUNCILMAN FILING TO OPEN 1
July 26, 1967 BECKER QUITS CITY POST (BECKER, WILLIAM) 2
July 26, 1967 KIRKLAND CHANGING CITY BILLS 13
July 26, 1967 FOUND IN WALL, PAPER RECALLS 1921 HISTORY ( BURNING OF ROSE HILL SCHOOL) 11
July 26, 1967 HOUGHTON INCUMBENTS NOT TO RUN 1
July 26, 1967 JUANITA ANNEXATIONS NOW OFFICIAL 1
July 26, 1967 VACATIONS DELAY BIBLE SUIT 2
July 26, 1967 VANDALISM, THEFT CASES REPORTED 13
July 26, 1967 2ND SUSPECT IN CUSTODY IN ROBBERY 13
July 26, 1967 HOSPITAL VOTE IN PRIMARY DOUBTFUL 1
July 26, 1967 HOSPITAL GROUP IRONING OUT FIRE DISTRICT RUCKUS 2
July 26, 1967 'VIETNAM SUMMER' HAS LOCAL SUPPORT 13
July 26, 1967 HENDERSON, MATTHEW 4
July 26, 1967 LACY, MABELL B 13
July 26, 1967 HENDERSON, MATTHEW 13
July 26, 1967 TESSEM, ANNA 13
July 26, 1967 WILLIAMS, WANDA M 13
July 26, 1967 BALICH, PAULINE 13
July 26, 1967 FRANKLIN, SHADE 13
July 26, 1967 STEWART, AMADEE DENISE 13
July 26, 1967 IRISH, ALBERT LON 13
July 26, 1967 HOLMAN RUNNING FOR SENATE (HOLMAN, FRANCIS E) 1
July 26, 1967 FOUND IN WALL, PAPER RECALLS 1921 HISTORY ( BURNING OF ROSE HILL SCHOOL) 11
July 26, 1967 WATER SKIING ON SAMMAMISH SCHEDULED DURING SEAFAIR 4
July 26, 1967 STATE BABE RUTH TOURNEY HONORS MATT HENDERSON 4
July 26, 1967 VACATIONS DELAY BIBLE SUIT 2
July 26, 1967 LOCAL MAN RE-ELECTED TO UNITARIAN BOARD (DOUGHTY, CHARLES) 11
July 26, 1967 LUTHERANS IN JUANITA NAME PASTOR (RIETH, ROBERT) 11
July 26, 1967 FOUND IN WALL, PAPER RECALLS 1921 HISTORY ( BURNING OF ROSE HILL SCHOOL) 11
July 26, 1967 NE 68TH BID LET PX-4
July 26, 1967 ASSESSMENT NOTICES MAILED ON CITY L.I.D. 1
July 26, 1967 NE 58TH VACATION APPROVED 2
July 26, 1967 NEW HIGHWAY FACILITY GOING UP ON NORTHUP 6
July 26, 1967 ASSESSMENT NOTICES MAILED ON CITY L.I.D. 1
July 26, 1967 NEW METER COST $100 2
July 26, 1967 LAKEVIEW CONTRACT AWARDED 2
July 26, 1967 DIAL EQUIPMENT (PHOTO) 7
July 26, 1967 BEULAH EWOLDWEN, RONALD J CURRIE 8
July 26, 1967 SUSAN KALDA, JERRY STRAIN 8
July 26, 1967 CAROL ROBINSON, JAMES RUSSELL SMITH 8
July 26, 1967 CAROL ROBERTS, GERALD VANDYK 8
August 2, 1967 CUSTOM PAINT CO - NEW FACTORY STORE 15
August 2, 1967 TAC ARTIST (ZIEROW, BRUCE) 1
August 2, 1967 TAC ARTIST (ZIEROW, BRUCE) 1
August 2, 1967 GIRL SHOWS LIFE-SAVING ABILITY 5
August 2, 1967 SPORTSMAN POSTS 'GONE FISHING ' SIGN (JOHNSON, ARTHUR) 9
August 2, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (WEBSTER, ALICE) 11
August 2, 1967 LETTERS ASK TRAILS RESIDENTS FOR MONEY 2
August 2, 1967 JUANITA HIGH ARCHITECT NAMED; RHJH BIDS CALLED 15
August 2, 1967 SELF-SERVE LIQUOR STORE SEEN HERE 3
August 2, 1967 WARD'S MKT TO REOPEN 3
August 2, 1967 LOCAL WOMAN INJURED, FLOWN FROM CASCADES (WINDSHEIMER, MRS WILLIAM) 1
August 2, 1967 UGN: KIRKLAND GOAL IS $23175 PX-4
August 2, 1967 TEENS FIND DIRECTOR IN THEIR OWN MIDST (VELOZO, MRS R A) 9
August 2, 1967 PUBLIC HEARING DUE ON IMPROVEMENTS 1
August 2, 1967 R-3 ZONE PROPOSED 3
August 2, 1967 CITIZEN GROUP HELPS WIN AID FOR SCHOOLS 3
August 2, 1967 SHARON ENGSTROM, JAMES D LEGG 8
August 2, 1967 CATHERINE CASE, PHILIP D SIMON 8
August 2, 1967 DIANNE EAGON, RILEY NOONAN 8
August 2, 1967 THEATERLESS KIRKLAND HAS 5000 MOVIE FILMS 3
August 2, 1967 HOLMES PT SHED BURNS 2
August 2, 1967 FIRE DIST 16 NOT SOOTHED BY TAX ASSURANCES 15
August 2, 1967 KIRKLAND FILING BRISK; HOUGHTON, REDMOND LIGHT 1
August 2, 1967 R LUNDVALL TO LEAVE COMMISSION (LUNDVALL, RALPH) 3
August 2, 1967 BUSY SPOT (PHOTO OF CONSTRUCTION ON JUANITA DRIVE & 94TH AVE NE) PX-4
August 2, 1967 SAFE CRACK NETS $450 1
August 2, 1967 MAN NABBED IN JUANITA HTS HOME 1
August 2, 1967 FUNERAL THEFT CONCERNS MANY REDMOND CITIZENS 5
August 2, 1967 KTNT-TV TO TELEVISE L.L. GAME 4
August 2, 1967 LOCAL HOSPITAL FACES NEED TO RAISE RATES 2
August 2, 1967 LUND, LILLIE OTILIA 5
August 2, 1967 SAVAGE, ELEANOR OLSON 5
August 2, 1967 OLSON, BENNIE MORSE 5
August 2, 1967 RICE, ADELINE 5
August 2, 1967 NEW EAGLES AUXILIARY INSTALLS 11
August 2, 1967 WHERE TO SIGN TO VOTE IN SEPT 19 PRIMARY ELECTION 2
August 2, 1967 VOTERS' PRECINCTS CHANGING 2
August 2, 1967 BEGORRA, SO THAT'S HOW PRECINCTS NAMED 2
August 2, 1967 LET'S HELP TEAM 1
August 2, 1967 BUTTERA CAR WINS 5 TIMES 4
August 2, 1967 KTNT-TV TO TELEVISE L.L. GAME 4
August 2, 1967 LW SADDLE CLUB NAMES GYMKHANA WINNERS 10
August 2, 1967 WORK STARTS ON SWIMMING POOL (PHOTO) 1
August 2, 1967 KIRKLAND POPULATION NOW 8898 1
August 2, 1967 BUSY SPOT (PHOTO OF CONSTRUCTION ON JUANITA DRIVE & 94TH AVE NE) PX-4
August 2, 1967 KIRKLAND MAY APPEAL DESIGN OF INTERCHANGE 1
August 2, 1967 STATE MAY SOON HIRE CONSULTANT 2
August 2, 1967 NE 68TH-70TH L.I.D. BIDS AWARDED 5
August 2, 1967 PUGET ADDS NEW LINES 9
August 2, 1967 PHONE CREWS MEET DEADLINE 15
August 2, 1967 VAN DYKE TO RENTON PHONE PLAN OFFERED 16
August 2, 1967 KRISTINE WILDE, GARY SAUNDERS 8
August 2, 1967 CHERYL ANN WATERS, JOHN GREENFIELD 8
August 2, 1967 MARY FAULKENBURG, EDWARD MOYER 8
August 2, 1967 SYLVIA SPORRER, DAVID BERNAUER 8
August 9, 1967 'TOM JONES' TRYOUTS HERE 18
August 9, 1967 9 IN FAMILY GOING TO SCHOOL (PHOTO OF HILL, CHARLES R FAMILY) 1
August 9, 1967 TWO LOCAL FAMILIES 'ADOPT' KOBE BOYS (JOHNSON, HOWARD & BANKSON, RUDY) 6
August 9, 1967 JOB MAKES POSSIBLE SWISS STUDENT'S VISIT (MATT, OTTO) 8
August 9, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (GLASER, HELEN) 13
August 9, 1967 AT THE FAIR (PHOTO OF BOND, MR AND MRS BASIL) 18
August 9, 1967 EXPANSION OF EXISTING HOSPITAL FOUND IMPRACTICAL 3
August 9, 1967 FAST PACE OF BUILDINGS CONTINUES 6
August 9, 1967 MIDWAY TAVERN HASN'T ASKED NEW LOCATION 1
August 9, 1967 HEARING SLATED ON 120-UNIT DEVELOPMENT 2
August 9, 1967 IN SALE: MANY TO WIN PRIZES 1
August 9, 1967 MIDWAY TAVERN HASN'T ASKED NEW LOCATION 1
August 9, 1967 JUNIOR MISS CHARM COURSE TO CONTINUE 14
August 9, 1967 HEARING SLATED ON 120-UNIT DEVELOPMENT 2
August 9, 1967 FAST PACE OF BUILDINGS CONTINUES 6
August 9, 1967 9 IN FAMILY GOING TO SCHOOL (PHOTO OF HILL, CHARLES R FAMILY) 1
August 9, 1967 SHIFTING SOLUTION STALEMATED 1
August 9, 1967 IT'S BACK TO SCHOOL SEPT 5 1
August 9, 1967 SCHOOL LEVY STUDY COMMITTEE NAMED 1
August 9, 1967 PEDIATRICIAN SCHOOL BOARD APPOINTEE (DOBBS, LARRY S) 1
August 9, 1967 RHS VICE PRINCIPAL LEE GRAY 1
August 9, 1967 STUDENTS LEARN: WIDELY VARYING PEOPLE REALLY ARE THE SAME 7
August 9, 1967 ADULTS SHOULD ENROLL 18
August 9, 1967 CAROL VAUGHN, NELSON KELLER 14
August 9, 1967 BARBARA REYNOLDS, CHARLES BUTLER 14
August 9, 1967 JAYCEES TO CLEAN UP BOAT RAMP 1
August 9, 1967 GROUPS TO GIVE JOINT SUMMER FLOWER SHOW 18
August 9, 1967 COUNCIL CONTEST SET FOR PRIMARY 1
August 9, 1967 NO CONTEST IN PRIMARY IN HOUGHTON 1
August 9, 1967 TV WIRING REQUESTED 6
August 9, 1967 LOCAL FIRM WINS 'E' EXPORT AWARD SOLONS ANNOUNCE (LAUCKS' LABORATORIES, INC) 5
August 9, 1967 JAYCEES TO CLEAN UP BOAT RAMP 1
August 9, 1967 POSY 'NAPPER' IN KIRKLAND 1
August 9, 1967 FINAL GAME OF TOURNEY SET FOR TV 5
August 9, 1967 EXPANSION OF EXISTING HOSPITAL FOUND IMPRACTICAL 3
August 9, 1967 HOSPITAL DIST 2 HEARING SET 3
August 9, 1967 LEE, ARNIE K 12
August 9, 1967 WHALEY, ROBERT T 12
August 9, 1967 JACKMAN, WALTER P 12
August 9, 1967 COMPTON, ETHEL M 12
August 9, 1967 TYNER, RITA MAE SESSIONS 12
August 9, 1967 DAVIS, LAWRENCE PEYTON 12
August 9, 1967 GROUPS TO GIVE JOINT SUMMER FLOWER SHOW 18
August 9, 1967 ONE COUNCIL RACE EXISTS IN REDMOND 1
August 9, 1967 SHREEVE FILES FOR COUNTY FREEHOLDER (SHREEVE, BARNEY) 1
August 9, 1967 VOTERS CAN REGISTER IN MARKETS 3
August 9, 1967 LL TOURNEY OPENS HERE TONIGHT 1
August 9, 1967 LOCAL CYCLISTS RACING IN NATIONALS 4
August 9, 1967 STATE CHAMP LITTLE LEAGUE TEAMS HERE FOR TOURNEY (PHOTOS) 4
August 9, 1967 FINAL GAME OF TOURNEY SET FOR TV 5
August 9, 1967 KIRKLAND'S 'TOT LOT PARK' NEAR COMPLETION 1
August 9, 1967 WORKERS NEEDED FOR POOL 4
August 9, 1967 STORM SEWER AND STREET IMPROVEMENTS STEP NEARER 2
August 9, 1967 STORM SEWER AND STREET IMPROVEMENTS STEP NEARER 2
August 9, 1967 ELIZABETH WILSON, JOHN GROSHELL 14
August 9, 1967 KAREN AALTONEN, DOUGLAS HOBKIRK 14
August 9, 1967 JOAN ROBINSON, FRANK LAMBERT JR 14
August 9, 1967 MARY JANE FRANKSON, RICHARD JOHNSON 14
August 16, 1967 COUPLE TO BE HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY (ELFSTROM, ARTHUR & GRACE) 8
August 16, 1967 COUPLE WED 50 YEARS HONORED AT RECEPTION (NOLDE, MR & MRS FRED) 8
August 16, 1967 ARTIST'S WORK BOTH EXUBERANT, CONTROLLED (HAGGARD, MARIJUNE) 16
August 16, 1967 HIGH 'SPY' ADVENTURE THRILLS DUO (HASS, RICHARD & WOOD, GARY) 1
August 16, 1967 MRS DHATT IS 'BHABO' TO ALL WHO MEET HER (DHATT, CHARAN KAUR) 1
August 16, 1967 BLOND SWEDE TURNS OUT RED HEAD (NYSTROM, GUNNAR) 1
August 16, 1967 WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM OTHER PIONEERS (LETTER FROM NIBLOCK, DORIS) 2
August 16, 1967 IT TAKES A WOMAN TO KNOW A BOAT (PATTERSON, JERRY & VIRGINIA) 5
August 16, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (LEBER, BRUCE) 9
August 16, 1967 YMCA BOARD RECOMMENDS BUILDING BID 1
August 16, 1967 SCHOOL LEVY ELECTION FOR PORTABLES POSSIBLE 1
August 16, 1967 APARTMENT ZONING SOUGHT FOR 9TH S 1
August 16, 1967 PROPOSED 'LAKESHORE PLAZA' APARTMENTS HEARING THURS (SKETCH) 6
August 16, 1967 NEAR DONE (SKETCH OF APARTMENTS AT 4561 LAKE WASH BLVD) 6
August 16, 1967 REDMOND ESTATES APPROVED 11
August 16, 1967 ARTERY CUT, MAN GIVES SELF 1ST AID (CRASHUL, KENNETH) 1
August 16, 1967 JANE EILERS, 18, INJURED 2
August 16, 1967 WINDOW PAINTING BY TEENS ENCOURAGED 10
August 16, 1967 ANNEXATION CITY'S 4TH IN YEAR 1
August 16, 1967 APARTMENT ZONING SOUGHT FOR 9TH S 1
August 16, 1967 REDMOND ESTATES APPROVED 11
August 16, 1967 COMPUTER HELPS MATCH TEACHER, JOB PX-4
August 16, 1967 SCHOOL LEVY ELECTION FOR PORTABLES POSSIBLE 1
August 16, 1967 NW COLLEGE ANNOUNCES NEW FACULTY 2
August 16, 1967 FACT OF BIRTH REQUIRED FOR STARTERS 8
August 16, 1967 STUDENT TEACHERS TO NEED HOUSING 10
August 16, 1967 SCHOOLS ORGANIZATION STUDY SETS POLICY, GUIDELINES 15
August 16, 1967 TEACHER-ADMINISTRATION COMMUNICATION LINE PROPOSED 15
August 16, 1967 HODGES TO NW STAFF (HODGES, OWEN S) 15
August 16, 1967 JANE EILERS, GARY PIERCE 8
August 16, 1967 PAMELA GENE WINDSOR, ROBERT HARRIS 9
August 16, 1967 PICKETERS PROTEST PASTURE (PAUL, GEORGE) 1
August 16, 1967 YOU CAN HELP TO KEEP COMMUNITY BEAUTIFUL (LETTER FROM RAE, E) 2
August 16, 1967 SMALL BOYS PUT OUT 'BIG FIRE' 1
August 16, 1967 PERMITS CUT IN FACE OF BRUSH FIRES 6
August 16, 1967 KIRKLAND EARNS AAA SAFETY AWARD 1
August 16, 1967 KIRKLAND ADOPTS MOTORCYCLE LAW 6
August 16, 1967 COMMITTEE FINDS NEED FOR MULTI-COMMUNITY HOSPITAL 3
August 16, 1967 KENMORE OWNERS SEEK WITHDRAWAL (HOSPITAL DIST) 3
August 16, 1967 BARNES, WALTER DALE 5
August 16, 1967 WEBSTER, JESS NEWELL 5
August 16, 1967 NELSON, PAULINE MARIE 5
August 16, 1967 BETTS, FRED ARTHUR 5
August 16, 1967 SPIERS, JACK 15
August 16, 1967 WCA WINS 2ND PLACE IN ACTIVITY 15
August 16, 1967 SCOUT TRADERS SPEAK UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE 15
August 16, 1967 NEW VOTING PRECINCT LINES (MAP) 11
August 16, 1967 WET-EYED MOMS SAY GOODBYE TO 'ADOPTED' HAWAIIAN SONS (LITTLE LEAGUE) 1
August 16, 1967 90 POUND FISHERMAN HAS 50 POUND CATCH (GRISWOLD, JOY) 4
August 16, 1967 WAHIAWANS WIN LITTLE LEAGUE DIVISION CROWN 4
August 16, 1967 KIRKLAND EARNS AAA SAFETY AWARD 1
August 16, 1967 STORAGE OF ROAD MATERIALS HALTED 2
August 16, 1967 DONNA LISLE, SYDNEY NORTH 8
August 16, 1967 SHERYLE ANN CROOK, MICHAEL JAY WYATT 8
August 16, 1967 SUSAN KAY HAUGEN, STEVEN DAGLEISH 8
August 16, 1967 CAROL BOYCE, WILLIAM COLLINS JR 8
August 23, 1967 ARTIST BORROWS FROM ARCHITECTURAL FORMS (BLAKE, BRENT) 10
August 23, 1967 RESIDENT ON STATE COMMITTEE (DAVIS, MRS FREDERICK WEYERHAUSER) 1
August 23, 1967 IRISH BAGPIPER ALL BUT TRUE SCOTSMAN (DIESSNER, DAN) 7
August 23, 1967 ENGLISH LAD VISITS FERGUSONS (FERGUSON, W V) 8
August 23, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (LOGAN, DIANE) 9
August 23, 1967 4 SUPPORT KING SO LAWSUIT (BRIDLE TRAILS) 1
August 23, 1967 PLAN BODY DENIES C-2 PHONE ZONE 1
August 23, 1967 LAW OFFICES TO MOVE (SECURITIES INTERMOUNTAIN) 1
August 23, 1967 ARCHITECTS CHOSEN FOR FIRE STATION 2
August 23, 1967 AVONDALE LANDMARK'S DEATH KNELL SOUNDED (COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE) 1
August 23, 1967 RED BARN LANDMARK MAKES WAY FOR HOMES (WOLD HOMESTEAD) 6
August 23, 1967 HEARING CONTINUED ON PLAZA 1
August 23, 1967 NINTH S ZONED FOR MULTIPLE 2
August 23, 1967 RED BARN LANDMARK MAKES WAY FOR HOMES (WOLD HOMESTEAD) 6
August 23, 1967 PRIZE WINNERS ANNOUNCED IN BACK-TO-SCHOOL EVENT 14
August 23, 1967 PLAN BODY DENIES C-2 PHONE ZONE 1
August 23, 1967 HEARING CONTINUED ON PLAZA 1
August 23, 1967 ANNEX EFFECTIVE TUESDAY 1
August 23, 1967 NINTH S ZONED FOR MULTIPLE 2
August 23, 1967 NEW INDUSTRIAL PARK ZONING ASKED FOR N ROSE HILL 6
August 23, 1967 PLAN COMMISSION SPLITS ON PLAT 6
August 23, 1967 MEET DR DOBBS, 33, SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER (DOBBS, LARRY S) 1
August 23, 1967 LW TEACHERS TO VOTE ON BARGAINING AGENT 1
August 23, 1967 157 JOIN STAFF OF 18 LW SCHOOLS 2
August 23, 1967 GED TEST DATES SET 6
August 23, 1967 ADULT ED BROCHURES IN OFFING 9
August 23, 1967 BOARD HOLDS FIRST MEETING AT NEW SPOT 14
August 23, 1967 16 ALL 'A' STUDENTS ON RHS HONOR ROLL 14
August 23, 1967 JANET HAMMOND, DOUGLAS BATCHELDER 8
August 23, 1967 JODIE E ENGELBRECHT, DENNIS E EWING 8
August 23, 1967 BLACKBERRY NOTICE LAST 1
August 23, 1967 AIR POLLUTION AGENCY REQUEST FIRE PERMIT CUT 2
August 23, 1967 ARCHITECTS CHOSEN FOR FIRE STATION 2
August 23, 1967 ALL 4 INCUMBENTS FILE FOR ELECTION 1
August 23, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: 2 TENNIS COURTS PLANNED FOR PARK 4
August 23, 1967 NEW INDUSTRIAL PARK ZONING ASKED FOR N ROSE HILL 6
August 23, 1967 FIRM LOCATING HERE WINS NASA CONTRACT (ROCKET RESEARCH) 13
August 23, 1967 OPERATOR OF HYDRO IS ARRESTED 1
August 23, 1967 4 SUPPORT KING SO LAWSUIT (BRIDLE TRAILS) 1
August 23, 1967 SPEEDEE 7-11 BROKEN INTO 13
August 23, 1967 NO TRACE OF MISSING MAN FOUND (OKKEN, GEORGE WILLIAM) 14
August 23, 1967 STATE GRANTS $65000 TO IMPROVE LOCAL LIBRARY 5
August 23, 1967 HOSPITAL HEARING MONDAY 1
August 23, 1967 NEW HOSPITAL HERE: AN ANALYSIS OF NEED 3
August 23, 1967 BARKER, DONALD 6
August 23, 1967 DOUGLASS, W O 14
August 23, 1967 LEWIS, LEON R 14
August 23, 1967 ALL 4 INCUMBENTS FILE FOR ELECTION 1
August 23, 1967 JOURNAL SENT FREE TO G.I.S 1
August 23, 1967 NEW BROCHURE DESCRIBES LOCAL AREA ADVANTAGES 2
August 23, 1967 POETESS WINS PRIZE (BARK, RHEA) 9
August 23, 1967 HAWAIIANS 'PRESS AGENTS' FOR KIRKLAND (LITTLE LEAGUE) 4
August 23, 1967 TOT LOT TURTLE (PHOTO) 1
August 23, 1967 SWIM POOL VOLUNTEERS ARE SOUGHT 1
August 23, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: 2 TENNIS COURTS PLANNED FOR PARK 4
August 23, 1967 CASTLE POPULAR (PHOTO AT TOT LOT PARK) 4
August 23, 1967 NEW INDUSTRIAL PARK ZONING ASKED FOR N ROSE HILL 6
August 23, 1967 OPERATOR OF HYDRO IS ARRESTED 1
August 23, 1967 CITIES, STATE MULL 4-LANING OF 901 1
August 23, 1967 STREET CONFUSION UP AS CITY LIMITS EXPAND 2
August 23, 1967 ROAD FILL STORAGE NOT PROBLEM YET 2
August 23, 1967 CITY STREET SURFACE TERMED SUCCESS 2
August 23, 1967 DRAINAGE PROBLEM IS NE 67TH USED 5
August 23, 1967 BIDS LET FOR STREET RESURFACING 14
August 23, 1967 PLAN BODY DENIES C-2 PHONE ZONE 1
August 23, 1967 CO TRANSFER STATION FEES UNDER STUDY 6
August 23, 1967 GLORIA BAYNE, DAVID A ANDERSON 8
August 23, 1967 PATRICIA REESE, MICHAEL O BECK 8
August 23, 1967 PEARL JUANITA BAXTER, RICHARD LEE BJORKLUND 8
August 23, 1967 PATRICIA BOYLE, RICHARD SOLTERO 8
August 23, 1967 DIANE WRIGHT, LARRY LINEHAN 8
August 23, 1967 VIRGINIA WETMORE, JAMES VOGEL 8
August 30, 1967 MCKENNAS TO OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING (MCKENNA, H & EMILY) 8
August 30, 1967 GALLERY'S ANNUAL PARTY TO HAVE POLITICAL THEME 3
August 30, 1967 LOCAL MAN, GREGORY X, HOPES TO HELP NEGRO RACE THROUGH HIS 'SOUL SHOP' 1
August 30, 1967 DIDI CANDIDATE FOR 'NATIONAL SWEETHEART' (ANSTETT, DIDI) 1
August 30, 1967 LOCAL BOY REPORTS ON FAIRBANKS FLOOD (FLESHMAN, DENNIS) 2
August 30, 1967 WHITTAKER TO AID U.S. PARKS BOARD (WHITTAKER, JIM) 4
August 30, 1967 HAS WINGS (HATCHER, PATRICIA) 8
August 30, 1967 HOUGHTON GIRL WINS FIRST PLACE (CHENOWETH, PATTY SUE) 9
August 30, 1967 Y GROUND BREAKING TOMORROW 2
August 30, 1967 COLLEGE BID CALL SEEN 2
August 30, 1967 REMODEL INCREASING CAPACITY OF COLLEGE 11
August 30, 1967 CENTER BLDG LAST REMAINS DISAPPEARING 1
August 30, 1967 AVONDALE CLUBHOUSE STILL ALIVE 2
August 30, 1967 700 UNITS PROPOSED ON 140TH 2
August 30, 1967 LAKESHORE PLAZA IN DISPUTE 2
August 30, 1967 284 LOTS PROPOSED IN 9 SUBDIVISIONS 10
August 30, 1967 CHILD, 4, CRITICALLY HURT HERE (PENDLETON, BRETT A) 1
August 30, 1967 DELETING AREAS, JUDGE ORDERS ANNEX ELECTION 1
August 30, 1967 DANGEROUS PRECEDENT SEEN IN FILL, DEVELOPMENT ON LAKE (LETTER FROM LUDWICK, R) 2
August 30, 1967 700 UNITS PROPOSED ON 140TH 2
August 30, 1967 284 LOTS PROPOSED IN 9 SUBDIVISIONS 10
August 30, 1967 LW SCHOOLS TO OPEN TUESDAY WITH 11,300 1
August 30, 1967 NW COLLEGE SETS OPENING ACTIVITIES 1
August 30, 1967 LUNCHES START FIRST SCHOOL DAY 3
August 30, 1967 MORE THAN 150 NEW EDUCATORS JOIN LWSD FOR 1967-68 10
August 30, 1967 SUZETTE DESHIELDS, DONALD RAY LEWIS 8
August 30, 1967 SUSAN SMITH, ROBERT MACGILL 8
August 30, 1967 MARY ANN POINDEXTER, BILL ERICKSON 8
August 30, 1967 LOCAL MAN, GREGORY X, HOPES TO HELP NEGRO RACE THROUGH HIS 'SOUL SHOP' 1
August 30, 1967 TEENS AID FIREMEN IN BIG BRUSH BLAZE 1
August 30, 1967 JOHN PRUSS REAPPOINTED 1
August 30, 1967 DELETING AREAS, JUDGE ORDERS ANNEX ELECTION 1
August 30, 1967 DANGEROUS PRECEDENT SEEN IN FILL, DEVELOPMENT ON LAKE (LETTER FROM LUDWICK, R) 2
August 30, 1967 HOUGHTON POLICE OFFICER RESIGNS (HINGSON, ROBERT) 5
August 30, 1967 COUNTY HOSPITAL DIST 2 ELECTION SET 1
August 30, 1967 DIST FOUND ONLY WAY TO GET HOSPITAL 3
August 30, 1967 EVEREST, HAROLD P 'DICK' 1
August 30, 1967 KUNTZ, CATHERINE K 5
August 30, 1967 SANDS, OLIVER L 5
August 30, 1967 BUTTERA'S FORMER SPEEDWAY RECORD REMAINS IN FAMILY 4
August 30, 1967 CITY DECLINES TO TAKE STAND ON HOW TO WIDEN BOULEVARD 1
August 30, 1967 RESIDENTS PROTEST NE 60TH UNDERPASS 6
August 30, 1967 UNDERGROUND WIRING REQUESTED FOR ROSE POINT 11
August 30, 1967 MAUREEN COMPTON, JOHN L JOHNSEN 6
August 30, 1967 IRMA MAE BENGSTON, ROBERT HEIPLE 6
August 30, 1967 JOY BUNKER, STEVEN JARVIS 6
August 30, 1967 BARBARA ANN FLATUM, JOHN SCHOENMAKER 8
August 30, 1967 GLORIA REINERTSON, WILLIAM KNOLL 8
August 30, 1967 LINDA HUNTER, DAVID C MCCAMMON 8
September 6, 1967 CELLAR GALLERY SHOW EXTENDS TO SEPT 7 3
September 6, 1967 PAINTINGS ON DISPLAY AT LOCAL CHURCH (LAKE WASHINGTON METHODIST) 3
September 6, 1967 MERIT AWARD WINNERS (2 PHOTOS BY FORTESCUE, ERNEST) 5
September 6, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (FLOWERS, GEORGIA) 9
September 6, 1967 FAMILY BEGINS TAIPEI ADVENTURE (BROWN, ROBERT & KAREN) 9
September 6, 1967 SEIJAS ASKS NEW TRIAL ON ANNEX 1
September 6, 1967 '67 BUILDING SETTING RECORD 1
September 6, 1967 PAINTINGS ON DISPLAY AT LOCAL CHURCH (LAKE WASHINGTON METHODIST) 3
September 6, 1967 POSSIBLE DROWNING REPORTED 1
September 6, 1967 '67 BUILDING SETTING RECORD 1
September 6, 1967 TASMANIAN TEACHER ARRIVES HERE (POOLE, MARTIN) 2
September 6, 1967 ROSALIE ANN JASPER, CRAIG SHRINER 8
September 6, 1967 TO END TREATED SEWAGE INTO LAKE 6
September 6, 1967 HACKING AWAY AT GOOD DEED (PHOTO OF BLACKBERRY VINE REMOVAL) 7
September 6, 1967 $12000 CONTENT LOSS SET IN BLAZE 1
September 6, 1967 PRELIMINARY WATERFRONT PARK PLANS READIED FOR SUBMISSION 1
September 6, 1967 4 TO FILE FOR HOSPITAL DISTRICT COMMISSIONER 1
September 6, 1967 HOW HOSPITAL DISTRICT GOT ON NOV 7 BALLOT 3
September 6, 1967 CRAIG, JOHN KENNETH 5
September 6, 1967 WASIELEWSKI, STELLA 5
September 6, 1967 BROWN, MARGARET E 5
September 6, 1967 GATES, SAMUEL L 5
September 6, 1967 KRAMER TO SPEAK TO ROTARY (KRAMER, LUDLOW) 1
September 6, 1967 KIRKLAND, REDMOND IN PRIMARY 1
September 6, 1967 LOCAL RIDERS ENTER FIRST INTERNATIONAL DRESSAGE EVENT 4
September 6, 1967 PRELIMINARY WATERFRONT PARK PLANS READIED FOR SUBMISSION 1
September 6, 1967 FINDINGS ON 405 RELEASED BY STATE 1
September 6, 1967 FOR 901: MAY HIRE CONSULTANT THIS WEEK 1
September 6, 1967 405 BID CALL SEEN EARLY '68 1
September 6, 1967 405 INTERCHANGE AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 6
September 6, 1967 DONNA HJORTH, THOMAS NILSEN JR 8
September 6, 1967 SHARON LEE VANBEBBER, RICHARD CONOVER JR 10
September 13, 1967 COUPLE TO BE HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY (SCHMIDT, MR AND MRS CHARLES) 7
September 13, 1967 RING ONE UP (PHOTO OF POPULATION  SIGN - SPARKS, ED) 1
September 13, 1967 COMMISSION VOTES LEWIS AS CHAIRMAN (LEWIS, MYRON) 1
September 13, 1967 KIWANIS SCHOLARSHIPS (PHOTO OF NELSON, RANDY) 2
September 13, 1967 EXCITEMENT OF KILAMANJARO CLIMB SHARED (RASMUSSEN, JOYCE) 6
September 13, 1967 4 GENERATIONS AT CHRISTENING (KARSUNKY, MICHELLE RENEE) 8
September 13, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (LEMONDS, CAROL) 9
September 13, 1967 TRAILS ZONING FREEZE PLANNED 1
September 13, 1967 BIDS ON SCHOOL, ADDITIONS, SITE WORK OPENED THIS MONTH 3
September 13, 1967 SEEK DEVELOPER HELP, FINN HILLER TELLS LW 16
September 13, 1967 BAPTISTS TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY 2
September 13, 1967 NO 'PLAZA' UNLESS LAKE APTS CHANGE 1
September 13, 1967 PIZZA FIRM'S NAMESAKE IS ARTIST MICHAELANGELO 11
September 13, 1967 TRAILS ZONING FREEZE PLANNED 1
September 13, 1967 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN PROPOSAL (MAP) 10
September 13, 1967 LW TO HIRE COMMUNITY INFO OFFICER 1
September 13, 1967 ONWARD KANGAROOS (PHOTO OF CHEERLEADERS) 4
September 13, 1967 STRIKE DISCLAIMER CUT FROM LW ELECTION RULES 16
September 13, 1967 DIST 41 FIREMEN COMPLETE COURSE 10
September 13, 1967 HERE ARE POSITION ONE CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES 1
September 13, 1967 COMMISSION VOTES LEWIS AS CHAIRMAN (LEWIS, MYRON) 1
September 13, 1967 PRELIMINARY 1968 CITY BUDGET READY 11
September 13, 1967 HOUGHTON'S PORT AGAIN (PHOTO OF FREIGHTER TANANA) 16
September 13, 1967 SEEK DEVELOPER HELP, FINN HILLER TELLS LW 16
September 13, 1967 STRIKE DISCLAIMER CUT FROM LW ELECTION RULES 16
September 13, 1967 HOUGHTON'S PORT AGAIN (PHOTO OF FREIGHTER TANANA) 16
September 13, 1967 AT LIBRARY: BIRCHERS QUESTION DISPLAY 1
September 13, 1967 3 ADDED TO HOSPITAL CANDIDATES 1
September 13, 1967 1ST JOB OF HOSPITAL COMMISSIONERS CONSTRUCTION 3
September 13, 1967 SCRIBNER, LEWIS 6
September 13, 1967 RICHARDS, DAVID 6
September 13, 1967 SCHNEIDER, CHRISTINE 6
September 13, 1967 ELWOOD, CLAUDE 6
September 13, 1967 EAST, CHARLES C 6
September 13, 1967 CHOAT, FLORENCE M 6
September 13, 1967 SLOCUM, HAROLD 6
September 13, 1967 BLAIR, ERNEST 6
September 13, 1967 TUESDAY'S THE DAY - VOTE! 1
September 13, 1967 KIRKLAND, REDMOND TO VOTE 1
September 13, 1967 HERE ARE POSITION ONE CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES 1
September 13, 1967 NAMES OF 92 CANDIDATES FACES VOTERS ON FREEHOLDERS 2
September 13, 1967 KRUZNER OPPOSES NE 60 UNDERPASS 1
September 13, 1967 KIRKLAND NAMES PRIORITY ROAD JOBS 1
September 13, 1967 CITY SEEKS SW LOOP 1
September 13, 1967 IN NORTH: CITY PROCEEDING TOWARDS SEWERS 1
September 13, 1967 NEW ROSE POINT UNDERGROUNDING PETITION SUGGESTED 1
September 13, 1967 DORIS CAPELA, JOHN G MICHAELSON 8
September 13, 1967 DIANE SUE JOHNSON, PETER EBERLE 8
September 13, 1967 SUSAN FISHER, EDWARD HOWARD 8
September 13, 1967 BARBARA REYNOLDS, CHARLES BUTLER 8
September 20, 1967 POULSONS TO OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING (POULSON, MR AND MRS CLIFFORD) 8
September 20, 1967 AMBROSE PATTERSON'S WORK NEXT AT CELLAR GALLERY 5
September 20, 1967 'TOM JONES' TO HAVE KIRKLAND PREMIERE 16
September 20, 1967 HIS HOME SO NEAR WAR HE HEARS IT (HILL, LES) 1
September 20, 1967 RANDELLS MOVING TO ALASKA (RANDELL, CY) 3
September 20, 1967 VISITING SON TEACHES AT DUKE UNIVERSITY (PEACH, BERNARD) 5
September 20, 1967 PATROL CHIEF PRAISES LOCAL YOUTH FOR PLUNGE INTO LAKE (HERTZBERG, TOM) 15
September 20, 1967 MUCH PLANNING NEEDED FOR HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION 9
September 20, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: MORE STUDY ADVISED FOR LAKEFRONT GROCERY 3
September 20, 1967 NEW APPLICATION NEEDED FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE HERE 2
September 20, 1967 CHURCH BUILDING IS PARTLY COMMUNITY COMMITMENT (EPISCOPAL) 2
September 20, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: MORE STUDY ADVISED FOR LAKEFRONT GROCERY 3
September 20, 1967 ITALIAN WORD SUPPLIES NEW ART STORE TITLE (ATTE) 7
September 20, 1967  AS HOME BLAZES, AID DRIVE STARTS (ROBERT, JOHN) 1
September 20, 1967 UGN SETS KICK-OFF 9
September 20, 1967 ROSE HILL LAND USES FORESEEN 1
September 20, 1967 FIREMARK EXCAVATING, FILLING HAS HEARING 3
September 20, 1967 LW PLACES 2 MEASURES ON NOV 7 BALLOT 1
September 20, 1967 FIRE LESSON PAYS OFF FOR SCHOOL BUS DRIVER 1
September 20, 1967 DENTIST FILES VS RIDENOUR 2
September 20, 1967  AS HOME BLAZES, AID DRIVE STARTS (ROBERT, JOHN) 1
September 20, 1967 FIRE LESSON PAYS OFF FOR SCHOOL BUS DRIVER 1
September 20, 1967 DIST 41 SENDING 3 TO SCHOOL 15
September 20, 1967 HOUGHTON POLICE CHIEF M FALK RESIGNS (FALK, MIKE) 1
September 20, 1967 HOUGHTON BUDGET READIED 2
September 20, 1967 QUINN TAKES STEPS TO NAME PERMANENT POLICE CHIEF 2
September 20, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: MORE STUDY ADVISED FOR LAKEFRONT GROCERY 3
September 20, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: MORE STUDY ADVISED FOR LAKEFRONT GROCERY 3
September 20, 1967 HOUGHTON POLICE CHIEF M FALK RESIGNS (FALK, MIKE) 1
September 20, 1967 QUINN TAKES STEPS TO NAME PERMANENT POLICE CHIEF 2
September 20, 1967 THEFT HALTED ON THE SPOT 15
September 20, 1967 ARMY MD JOINS CLINIC (GRAHAM, GENE O) 7
September 20, 1967 MUCH PLANNING NEEDED FOR HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION 9
September 20, 1967 HOW TO SEND MARS MESSAGES TO VIETNAM 2
September 20, 1967 VAN GORTEL, JACQUELYN 11
September 20, 1967 ARNOLD, HAROLD 11
September 20, 1967 LOHMANN, MARY 11
September 20, 1967 CHAPMANN, ISABELLA 11
September 20, 1967 ELWOOD, CLAUDE 16
September 20, 1967 GIRL SCOUT LEADER TRAINING SCHEDULED 2
September 20, 1967 KIRKLAND ROTARIANS CELEBRATE 30 YEARS (SPECIAL SECTION) R1
September 20, 1967 GALS WIELD PICK, SHOVEL AT SWIM POOL 3
September 20, 1967 BISHOP PIKE TO PREACH HERE SUNDAY 1
September 20, 1967 ROSE HILL LAND USES FORESEEN 1
September 20, 1967 FIRE LESSON PAYS OFF FOR SCHOOL BUS DRIVER 1
September 20, 1967 KIT MORSE, BRUCE WRIGHT 8
September 20, 1967 GAIL CLANCY, DAVID ANDERSON 8
September 20, 1967 KAREN LEBRUN, DOUGLAS RAINES 8
September 27, 1967 COUPLE OBSERVE 50TH ANNIVERSARY IN CALIFORNIA (GRONROOS, MR AND MRS FREE) 8
September 27, 1967 FRUITFUL ACRE MORE THAN FAMILY BARGAINED (SOULE, LARRY) 1
September 27, 1967 SISTER SHARES IN MRS ROOSEVELT'S SEATTLE VISIT (EVOY, MRS MATTHEW) 1
September 27, 1967 MEDALLION AWARDED LOCAL GIRL (CHASE, CYNDI) 10
September 27, 1967 HOUGHTON'S COUNSEL JOINS GENERAL TELEPHONE STAFF (COULTER, C LEE) 12
September 27, 1967 SAIL SCRUB-DOWN (PHOTO OF PATTERSON, MR AND MRS J F) 18
September 27, 1967 LW BOARD TOLD: TAKE MILITANT ACTION ON BUILDING PROBLEMS 2
September 27, 1967 RHJH, ADDITION BIDS LET 10
September 27, 1967 SCULPTURE MARKS APARTMENTS ENTRANCE (PHOTO OF BAY SHORE APTS) 9
September 27, 1967 RED NIGHT SHIRT'S WILL BE IN STYLE 1
September 27, 1967 CHAMBER TOLD PHONE APPEAL NOT MADE 5
September 27, 1967 280 UNITS, $3 1/2 MILLION: KIRKLAND'S BIGGEST DEVELOPMENT 1
September 27, 1967 BOARD ASKED TO RAISE LEVY, FOR BETTER EDUCATION 1
September 27, 1967 HOTTEST LW SCHOOL BOARD RACE YET LOOMS FOR NOV 7 1
September 27, 1967 FINAL LW BUDGET DUE 1
September 27, 1967 LWHS PUBLICATIONS WIN NATIONAL HONORS 5
September 27, 1967 1968-69 SCHOOLS BUDGET ESTIMATED AT $10 MILLION 10
September 27, 1967 JOYCE HAWLEY, DENNIS HULSE 8
September 27, 1967 CHRISTINE BRALLIER, WAYNE HATTER JR 8
September 27, 1967 PHYLLIS KNUTSON, ROBERT RHONEMUS 8
September 27, 1967 SUSAN MARIE MCKINSTRY, RANDY TRENT BROWN 8
September 27, 1967 ATTORNEY BLASTS HOUGHTON ENGINEER DIEHL (DIEHL, DAVID) 1
September 27, 1967 JUANITA ASSURED COUNCILMAN 2
September 27, 1967 CITY ASKED TO CHANGE SIGN CODE 10
September 27, 1967 HOUGHTON HEARING ON BUDGET 1
September 27, 1967 ATTORNEY BLASTS HOUGHTON ENGINEER DIEHL (DIEHL, DAVID) 1
September 27, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: L.I.D. ASSESSMENTS PROTESTED 5
September 27, 1967 QUINN THANKS M FALK 5
September 27, 1967 JUANITA ASSURED COUNCILMAN 2
September 27, 1967 ATTORNEY BLASTS HOUGHTON ENGINEER DIEHL (DIEHL, DAVID) 1
September 27, 1967 PATROL PLANS ES CHECKS 1
September 27, 1967 PATROL SEEKING CADET APPLICANTS 18
September 27, 1967 CITY OKAYS LIBRARY AFFILIATION 10
September 27, 1967 BUILDING BOND ISSUE SEEN ONLY HOSPITAL TAX COST 3
September 27, 1967 OPTOMETRIST AIDS IN FOUNDING CENTER (ANDRIESIAN, DAVID) 10
September 27, 1967 BASHOR, MARGARET 17
September 27, 1967 LOVELL, THOMAS 17
September 27, 1967 SWANSON, IDA KATHRYN 17
September 27, 1967 SIEPMANN, MARIE 17
September 27, 1967 PEDERSON, KRISTIAN 17
September 27, 1967 BERGAMASCHI, BATISTA 17
September 27, 1967 LOCAL CATHOLIC SCOUTS TO GO ON UNUSUAL TREK 12
September 27, 1967 JUNIOR WOMEN INVITED TO JOIN BRISKONA CLUB 8
September 27, 1967 UNOFFICIAL KIRKLAND VOTE RESULTS 2
September 27, 1967 3 ES FREEHOLDER CANDIDATES REMAIN 3
September 27, 1967 'TEENS SAY SO' STARTS THIRD YEAR 1
September 27, 1967 LWHS PUBLICATIONS WIN NATIONAL HONORS 5
September 27, 1967 KIRKLAND A HYDRO RACING CENTER? 4
September 27, 1967 GOLD CREEK PARK UNDER NEW OWNER (DAWSEY, CHICK) 12
September 27, 1967 SPECIAL SERVICES SET AT BAPTIST CHURCH 7
September 27, 1967 UNOFFICIAL KIRKLAND VOTE RESULTS 2
September 27, 1967 KIRKLAND A HYDRO RACING CENTER? 4
September 27, 1967 INTERCHANGE DISAPPROVAL NOW OFFICIAL 10
September 27, 1967 L.I.D. 100 OUTCOME UNDECIDED 1
September 27, 1967 IN HOUGHTON: L.I.D. ASSESSMENTS PROTESTED 5
September 27, 1967 CHAMBER TOLD PHONE APPEAL NOT MADE 5
September 27, 1967 SEWER CHARGES SET FOR ANNEXED AREAS 10
September 27, 1967 SHARON E STAFFORD , WILLIAM A FREDERICKSON 8
September 27, 1967 KATHLEEN LYNK, DAVID BROWN 8
September 27, 1967 MARGARET SCHLOUGH, JERRY TURNER 8
October 4, 1967 THE OLD MILL 10
October 4, 1967 ARCHITECTONIC ABSTRACTION (BLAKE, BRENT) 12
October 4, 1967 NICE KITTY, KITTY - ARK! WHERE ARE YOU? (HADE, MRS RALPH) 1
October 4, 1967 L HARRIS NAMED MERIT SEMIFINALIST (HARRIS, LEE) 3
October 4, 1967 DO BLONDS HAVE MORE FUN? CHAMBER SECRETARY PONDERS (PHOTO OF PICKRELL, ARLISS) 8
October 4, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (MORBERG, MRS CARL) 10
October 4, 1967 EXCHANGE STUDENT WRITES ON LIFE IN ARGENTINA (HALL, GARY) 13
October 4, 1967 NEW STEEL PLANT (SKETCH OF GRAHAM STEEL PLANT) 7
October 4, 1967 PANTS AND TOPS SHOP IS CUSTOM DESIGNED (BETTY'S) 10
October 4, 1967 BCC CAMPUS SEEN INSTEAD OF 2ND COLLEGE 2
October 4, 1967 CENTRAL AREA STUDY MEETINGS SLATED 1
October 4, 1967 TAC YEAR STARTS 7
October 4, 1967 MANY DEVELOPERS SEEKING PLATS 5
October 4, 1967 FIRE MARK EXCAVATING APPROVED 12
October 4, 1967 DOUBLE-SHIFTING ENDED 1
October 4, 1967 LW HIRES FIRST CIO. G FOSTER (FOSTER, GREG) 1
October 4, 1967 BARBARA ANN WATSON, LEONARD P MCCREADY 8
October 4, 1967 MARILYN TISSELL, KERMIT OLSON 8
October 4, 1967 BUDGET $2,730,810, UP FROM CURRENT YEAR 1
October 4, 1967 MAYOR REJECTS TAXPAYERS' CHARGE (DIEHL, DAVID) 1
October 4, 1967 HOUGHTON APPROVES CABLE TV 5
October 4, 1967 NEW STEEL PLANT (SKETCH OF GRAHAM STEEL PLANT) 7
October 4, 1967 HOUGHTON APPROVES CABLE TV 5
October 4, 1967 EQUIPPING NEW HOSPITAL REQUIRES PLANNING 3
October 4, 1967 HOSPITAL BEDS AMONG RECENT IMPROVEMENTS 7
October 4, 1967 MENTAL HEALTH CENTER LISTS COMMUNITY SERVICES 12
October 4, 1967 HOSPITAL RACE HAS CONTEST 12
October 4, 1967 LEWIS, WILFRED 12
October 4, 1967 WEATHERWAX, ANNA 12
October 4, 1967 GABLE, DAVID RAY 12
October 4, 1967 JAYCEES TO INVADE KIRKLAND SATURDAY 1
October 4, 1967 ROTARY HONORS INDIA VISITOR (GEORGE, SIMON) 1
October 4, 1967 ABSENTEES LEAVE CITY RACES SAME 1
October 4, 1967 JOURNAL AMONG TOP 15 PAPERS 1
October 4, 1967 SWIM POOL LOCKERS BID 1
October 4, 1967 ASSISTANT PASTOR ORDAINED AS PRESBYTERIAN MINISTER (CLEGG, DOUGLAS) 5
October 4, 1967 SEWER CHARGE DIFFERENCE EXPLAINED 17
October 4, 1967 ROYANN HEIMBIGNER, MICHAEL G GURLEY 8
October 4, 1967 JO ANN TACKER, THEODORE M JONSON 8
October 11, 1967 MINISTER CORRALS STEER IN HEART OF SUBURBIA (JAMES, LESTER) 1
October 11, 1967 MINISTER CORRALS STEER IN HEART OF SUBURBIA (JAMES, LESTER) 1
October 11, 1967 TRAFFIC, TISSUE AND FEATHERS AS SEEN THROUGH WOMAN'S EYE (KOSTENBADER, TORIE) 8
October 11, 1967 TRAILS ANNEXATION VOTE SET OCT 24 2
October 11, 1967 Y ADDING TEEN CENTER TO FACILITY 2
October 11, 1967 H MANN ADDITION BIDS LET 10
October 11, 1967 LAKESHORE PLAZA NIXED 1
October 11, 1967 FINANCING PLAN PROPOSED FOR YARROW TOWER 5
October 11, 1967 THROUGH UGN: LITTLE DEAF GIRL OFFERED CHANCE TO LEARN IN WORLD THAT HEARS 1
October 11, 1967 UGN RESIDENTIAL CHAIRMAN KNOWS FIRST HAND OF GROUPS BENEFITED 13
October 11, 1967 LAKEFRONT SITE PLAN APPROVED 1
October 11, 1967 NEW HEARING SET ON L.I.D. IN HOUGHTON 1
October 11, 1967 TRAILS ANNEXATION VOTE SET OCT 24 2
October 11, 1967 R-3 ZONE TABLED FOR LOOK AT TRAFFIC PROBLEM 12
October 11, 1967 PUBLIC ASKED TO HEAR .MIDDLE SCHOOL' REPORT 1
October 11, 1967 CAC FINANCE CHAIRMAN ASKS CAREFUL 'LOOK' AT SCHOOL LEVY 2
October 11, 1967 STUDENTS COMMENDED FOR NMSC TEST SCORES 10
October 11, 1967 JOAN LEAMON, GORDON TERRANCE 8
October 11, 1967 JEANNINE CASTOR, RONALD MERCER 8
October 11, 1967 CHIEF ASKS TO CUT WEEDS 5
October 11, 1967 PUPILS 'COLORING OUT' FIRE 18
October 11, 1967 BIG INCREASES FOR PARKS, POLICE IN 1968 KIRKLAND BUDGET 10
October 11, 1967 NEW HEARING SET ON L.I.D. IN HOUGHTON 1
October 11, 1967 BUDGET PROVIDES FOR CITY SUPERVISOR 1
October 11, 1967 HOUGHTON CANDIDATE WITHDRAWS (WEBER, GARY B) 2
October 11, 1967 LAKEFRONT SITE PLAN APPROVED 1
October 11, 1967 TWO DRUG ARRESTS IN TWO DAYS HERE 1
October 11, 1967 LIBRARY SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED 10
October 11, 1967 REVERSIBLE LANES WON'T SOLVE HOSPITAL PROBLEM 3
October 11, 1967 ES CLINIC CONTINUES FOR FAMILY PLANNING 8
October 11, 1967 DAVIS, EUNICE 12
October 11, 1967 GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM 12
October 11, 1967 MILES, CLARA C 12
October 11, 1967 CONTINUE CONNIES? KBA TO PONDER 4
October 11, 1967 NEW PARK DEDICATED (PHOTO AT TOT LOT PARK) 12
October 11, 1967 R-3 ZONE TABLED FOR LOOK AT TRAFFIC PROBLEM 12
October 11, 1967 SEWER CONNECT FEES SET 1
October 11, 1967 GENERAL APPEALS DENIAL 1
October 11, 1967 L.I.D. 100'S PROTEST HITS 58 PER CENT 1
October 11, 1967 CHRISTIE LARSEN, JOHN HOPKINS 8
October 18, 1967 CAVALRY CLUB LEADER HONORED AT DINNER (COOPER, GEORGE) 5
October 18, 1967 NEW VENTURE BECOMES HAND FAMILY-AFFAIR (HAND, ESTHER) 7
October 18, 1967 COOK'S CORNER (BARGMEYER, JANET) 7
October 18, 1967 KIRKLAND COUPLE HAS RECIPE FOR RETIREMENT (MILLARS, MR AND MRS CLYDE) 10
October 18, 1967 KIRKLAND BUILDING INCREASES 1
October 18, 1967 FRANKLIN SCHOOL TO BE DEDICATED 10
October 18, 1967 KIRKLAND BUILDING INCREASES 1
October 18, 1967 CITIES MERGER STUDIED 1
October 18, 1967 FIREMARK PERMIT EXTENDED 12
October 18, 1967 KANGAROO QUEEN CANDIDATES (PHOTO) 1
October 18, 1967 REPORT CARD CHANGE: 'A-B-CS' GOING OUT IN 3 RS' 1
October 18, 1967 HOMECOMING UNDER WAY AT LW 2
October 18, 1967 HERE IS STATEMENT OF BOARD POLICY ON LWSD 3
October 18, 1967 BCC: THIRD WEEK ENROLLMENT IS 3341 10
October 18, 1967 SUSAN FLEXER, LOWELL E KORTE 8
October 18, 1967 MARILYN EWING, WILLIAM A HELBIG 8
October 18, 1967 LYNN HOLMAN, CHARLES RIGGS 8
October 18, 1967 DIANA JEAN ANDERSON, STEVEN M BOYD 8
October 18, 1967 NEGRO CONCERN TOLD BY KIWANIS SPEAKER 10
October 18, 1967 METRO FINISHES JUANITA LINE; BUT START OF SERVICE DELAYED 1
October 18, 1967 LAKEFRONT NAMED FOR PETER KIRK 1
October 18, 1967 LAKEFRONT NAMED FOR PETER KIRK 1
October 18, 1967 NORTH-EAST COURT SEEKS CENTRALIZATION 3
October 18, 1967 LIBRARY POLICIES SUPPORTED 2
October 18, 1967 HOSPITAL COMMISSIONERS UNOPPOSED ON NOV BALLOT 13
October 18, 1967 SERGEANT RE-ENLISTS FOR VIETNAM (WALKER, ROY KENNETH) 18
October 18, 1967 TIMBERLAKE, HAROLD 17
October 18, 1967 MCKINNEY, DENVERTA 17
October 18, 1967 FIRST CONCRETE DUE ON POOL 1
October 18, 1967 LAKEFRONT NAMED FOR PETER KIRK 1
October 18, 1967 FEDERAL HIGHWAY FUND CUTS COULD DELAY LOCAL PROJECTS 1
October 18, 1967 BOARD OKAYS FUNDS FOR NE 68TH, 68TH NE 1
October 18, 1967 STEEL TUBE UNDER 405 TO CARRY SEWER LINE 2
October 18, 1967 ENGINEERING BEGUN ON 901 2
October 18, 1967 NEW PHONE PREFIX: 827 - CUTOVER TO IMPROVE PHONE SERVICE 1
October 18, 1967 METR