Kirkland and Eastside Time Line  
  Compiled By Dale Hawkinson from the East Side Journal Newspaper Index by Alan Stein  
 
 
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January 7, 1970 WALKERS HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY (WALKER, MR AND MRS E B) 16
January 7, 1970 OFFICIAL CITY BANKS NAMED 6
January 7, 1970 AIRPLANES, GRIZZLIES MAKE FOR UNUSUAL LIFE IN ALASKA (TAYLOR, JOE) 5
January 7, 1970 TRAVELER SAYS: SOLO THE ONLY WAY TO GO (BIRNIE, BILL) 14
January 7, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (OLMSTEAD, JOANNA) 15
January 7, 1970 COMMENTS FROM LIMA, PERU LEAVE TRAVELOGUE TO EXPERTS (LANDER, BOB) 15
January 7, 1970 SHIRLEY JOHNSON LEADS PUSH FOR TAX REFORM 17
January 7, 1970 SHE'S 'JILL OF ALL TRADES' (LAWRENCE, JILL) 17
January 7, 1970 CAPTAIN EUGENE RICHARDS RETIRES FROM COAST SURVEY 20
January 7, 1970 FIRST BABY WINNER (PHOTO OF CARPENTER, APRILL MARIE) 1
January 7, 1970 BORN JANUARY 1, SHE'LL BE CALLED APRILL (CARPENTER, APRILL) 16
January 7, 1970 CAR WASH STATION POSSIBLE 6
January 7, 1970 SENATOR JACKSON SPEAKER FOR CHAMBER BANQUET 1
January 7, 1970 FIRST SIGN SLATED FOR SOUTH ENTRY 6
January 7, 1970 ZONING QUESTIONED FOR DEVELOPMENT 13
January 7, 1970 TEACHERS ATTEND SCHOOL BOARD MEETING EN MASSE TO PROTEST 1
January 7, 1970 ROBERT FROST TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM IS NEW CONCEPT 2
January 7, 1970 4260 YES VOTES NEEDED BY SCHOOLS 6
January 7, 1970 CATHERINE KOBYLARCYZK, ROBERT DAVIS 17
January 7, 1970 LINDA BRUCE, RANDOLPH FOLDVIK 17
January 7, 1970 NEED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION CRITICAL, SAYS REP ALAN BLUECHEL 6
January 7, 1970 OFFICIAL CITY BANKS NAMED 6
January 7, 1970 PERSONABLE, PRETTY YOUNG CHECK ARTIST POSES AS GENEROUS FRIEND 1
January 7, 1970 CRIME LAWS UPDATED BY COUNCIL 6
January 7, 1970 FLAG-DESECRATION CASE AGAINST TEACHER DISMISSED 21
January 7, 1970 WALLIS, GALE 20
January 7, 1970 PATTERSON, GORDON W 20
January 7, 1970 MUNSON, FLORENCE 20
January 7, 1970 TAYLOR, ROBERT 20
January 7, 1970 NADEAU, MADELEINE 20
January 7, 1970 CHRISTIANSEN, HENRY G 20
January 7, 1970 FUDGE, ESTELLA 20
January 7, 1970 CATTERLIN, DOROTHY 20
January 7, 1970 GALLARDO, SARITA 20
January 7, 1970 TOASTMASTERING OFFERS DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIES 14
January 7, 1970 WARD REALTY PURCHASES PARKS REALTY 20
January 7, 1970 PARK PLANS PASS FIRST BIG HURDLE 1
January 7, 1970 PANORAMA FROM BRIDLE TRAILS STATE PARK (PHOTO) 6
January 7, 1970 BILL REAMS SAYS HE WON'T SUPPORT RAPID TRANSIT UNLESS . . . 1
January 7, 1970 AUBURN-BOTHELL ROUTE HEARING SET TOMORROW 6
January 7, 1970 FIRST SIGN SLATED FOR SOUTH ENTRY 6
January 7, 1970 FLUORIDATION WITHOUT VOTE BROUGHT OUT 13
January 7, 1970 CECILY PETERSON, LARRY SHOOK 17
January 14, 1970 JUANITA MAN, DOG FIRST TO REACH BOY ON MT SI (SCHWENDT, JOHN P) 1
January 14, 1970 SHIFTING OF HER CHILDREN LED TO CONCERN FOR SCHOOLS (HELLSTROM, PAT) 15
January 14, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (ZAMORA, ANNELLA) 16
January 14, 1970 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT 14500 NOW, SEVEN NEW BUILDINGS UNDERWAY 2A
January 14, 1970 BUSINESS EXPANSION CONTINUES IN KIRKLAND AREA 4A
January 14, 1970 SERVICE STATION ON SAMMAMISH APPEARS LIKELY 1
January 14, 1970 CITY UPS LEASE FEE 2
January 14, 1970 FIRST ANNUAL REPORT (SPECIAL SECTION) 1A
January 14, 1970 CHAMBER ENDORSES SCHOOL LEVY ISSUES 1
January 14, 1970 AREA'S UGN DRIVE AT 99.3% 22
January 14, 1970 CITY PLANNING SHOWS DIRECTION, PROGRESS 1A
January 14, 1970 TEACHERS AIR SALARY DIFFERENCES WITH BOARD 1
January 14, 1970 VOCATIONAL SKILLS OFFERED ON ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMS 2
January 14, 1970 SCHOOL LEVY CAMPAIGN MOVING INTO HIGH GEAR 3
January 14, 1970 GLADYS PEPPLE, JOE RIVERS 16
January 14, 1970 JILL HEMINGTON, HANK HARASIMOWICZ 16
January 14, 1970 CITY'S PENAL CODE COVERS GUNS DRUGS 2
January 14, 1970 LANTZ, ALLEN 17
January 14, 1970 STRATE, EDWIN 17
January 14, 1970 WILLIAMS, ROBERT 17
January 14, 1970 EULBERG, EDWARD 17
January 14, 1970 DRIFTWOOD IN KIRKLAND (PHOTO AT MARINA PARK) 1
January 14, 1970 DECISION ON EVERGREEN BRIDGE EXPANSION STUDY DUE SOON 1
January 14, 1970 300 ATTEND HEARING ON AUBURN-BOTHELL FREEWAY 1
January 14, 1970 128TH AND HIGHWAY SIGNAL ASKED 2
January 14, 1970 URBAN ARTERIAL FUNDS EARMARKED FOR THIRD ST 2
January 14, 1970 CAROLL ANN CHURCH, LESLIE LONDON 15
January 14, 1970 ROBERTA MACK, RICHARD LORENZ 15
January 14, 1970 JOYCE VIESELMEYER, MELVIN BAKER 15
January 14, 1970 ELAINE WILLARD, SHEFF MARSHALL 16
January 21, 1970 REDMOND'S CHIEF SOLITTO CAME IN '63, GREW WITH CITY (SOLITTO, ROBERT) 1
January 21, 1970 CORNELL WRITES SPEECH FOR HIS 102ND BIRTHDAY (CORNELL, LEWIS) 13
January 21, 1970 RICHARD L CHAPIN NAMED 'Y' CHAIRMAN 14
January 21, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (BORDEN, JAN) 16
January 21, 1970 HE'S A TEACHER, ER, COUNSELOR, UH, COACH, ER (BOSSHART, DALE) 22
January 21, 1970 ALL EVERGREEN GENERAL HOSPITAL BIDS REJECTED 1
January 21, 1970 RAZED BUILDING RECALLS MANY SCHOOL MEMORIES (DALE'S LUNCH ROOM) 1
January 21, 1970 CITY OFFICIALS TO MEET WITH SHELL'S LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 22
January 21, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD HEARS REPORT ON POSSIBLE CENTRAL SCHOOL SITES 17
January 21, 1970 RAZED BUILDING RECALLS MANY SCHOOL MEMORIES (DALE'S LUNCH ROOM) 1
January 21, 1970 COUNCIL OKAYS CANNERY LEASE 21
January 21, 1970 FEDERAL DEMONSTRATION HOUSING PROJECT SLATED NEAR KIRKLAND 1
January 21, 1970 CONSENT ORDER OBTAINED AGAINST CARPETERIA 20
January 21, 1970 3M OPENS NEW NORTHWEST OFFICE ON NORTHUP WAY 20
January 21, 1970 COUNCIL OKAYS CANNERY LEASE 21
January 21, 1970 COOPERATION BETWEEN CHAMBER AND CITY LAUDED AT BANQUET 2
January 21, 1970 EMPEY GIVEN 3-YEAR CONTRACT AS SUPERINTENDENT 1
January 21, 1970 PRINCIPALS NAMED FOR 3 NEW SCHOOLS 9
January 21, 1970 LWSD SEX-ED APPEAL SENT BACK TO DISTRICT 14
January 21, 1970 EMPEY SAYS: SPECIAL LEVY MONEY WOULD BE USED IN THE CLASSROOM 17
January 21, 1970 TEACHERS PACK SCHOOL BOARD MEETING AGAIN 17
January 21, 1970 FUNDS TRANSFERRED TO ALLEVIATE DEFICIT IN LWSD GENERAL FUND 21
January 21, 1970 CITY BUYS FIRST LADDER FIRE TRUCK 17
January 21, 1970 FEDERAL DEMONSTRATION HOUSING PROJECT SLATED NEAR KIRKLAND 1
January 21, 1970 SENATOR JACKSON: CAN WE SURVIVE WITHOUT DESTROYING QUALITY OF ENVIRONMENT 2
January 21, 1970 SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY (PHOTO OF 'WELCOME TO KIRKLAND' SIGN) 15
January 21, 1970 PROGRAM TO BRING DRUGS TO ATTENTION OF PARENTS 2
January 21, 1970 POLICE RECOVER LOOT (PHOTO) 9
January 21, 1970 PRIMEAU ABATEMENT COSTS TOTAL $4568 21
January 21, 1970 ALL EVERGREEN GENERAL HOSPITAL BIDS REJECTED 1
January 21, 1970 GRUDZINSKI, "DOTY" 20
January 21, 1970 TURNER, A DICK 20
January 21, 1970 STAR SCOUT TO RECEIVE GOD AND COUNTRY AWARD (JOHNSON, GREG) 20
January 21, 1970 BOOTERS SEEK WINNING COMBO (SOCCER) 5
January 21, 1970 PROPOSED BOAT LAUNCH RAMP AT NE 58TH CRITICIZED 1
January 21, 1970 KIRKLAND PARK BOARD ASKED TO HELP ESTABLISH PRIVATE SAILING FACILITY 2
January 21, 1970 BILL WOULD CREATE STATE PARK ON LW 21
January 21, 1970 PROPONENTS DOMINATE MARYMOOR HEARING 22
January 21, 1970 FREIGHT RATE NOT REDUCED TO KIRKLAND 1
January 21, 1970 PROPOSED BOAT LAUNCH RAMP AT NE 58TH CRITICIZED 1
January 21, 1970 KIRKLAND PARK BOARD ASKED TO HELP ESTABLISH PRIVATE SAILING FACILITY 2
January 21, 1970 OPTIMISM EXPRESSED FOR HIGHWAY SOLUTION 1
January 21, 1970 STATE OKAYS BRIDGE STUDY 1
January 21, 1970 BRIDGE TRAFFIC ALREADY AT PROJECTED 1985 LEVEL 1
January 21, 1970 L.I.D. 103 FAILURE AFFECTS LAND USE 2
January 21, 1970 NE 60TH UNDERPASS KEPT IN ARTERIAL PLAN 2
January 21, 1970 SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY (PHOTO OF 'WELCOME TO KIRKLAND' SIGN) 15
January 21, 1970 MCCLURE SEES 520 AS MAJOR CC GOAL 22
January 21, 1970 SNOW IS FOR CHILDREN (PHOTO) 21
January 28, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (WALKER, KITTY) 16
January 28, 1970 1969 CONSTRUCTION UP $4 MILLION 1
January 28, 1970 THEATRE-CITY PARK NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUE 22
January 28, 1970 BELL BUST COMES TO BELL 9
January 28, 1970 LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARDS THREATENED WITH EXTINCTION 1
January 28, 1970 PUBLIC MEETING SET FOR HOUSING PROJECT 2
January 28, 1970 APPLIANCE STORE MOVES TO ENLARGED QUARTERS (FITZPATRICK'S) 2
January 28, 1970 MOTHERS' MARCH NEEDS LAST MINUTE VOLUNTEERS 15
January 28, 1970 PI BETA PHI ALUMNAE GIVE 'HEADS UP' $2500 15
January 28, 1970 1969 CONSTRUCTION UP $4 MILLION 1
January 28, 1970 COMMITTEE TO STUDY MARKET ST LAND USE 9
January 28, 1970 20 SCHOOL PROJECTS DEPEND ON TWO BOND ISSUES 2
January 28, 1970 LWEA-LWSD NEGOTIATIONS MEETING PROPOSED FEB 3 22
January 28, 1970 JOANNA FOWLER, JOHN HARRINGTON 16
January 28, 1970 PATRICIA GARRISON, RON E HODGE 16
January 28, 1970 LYNNE MARIE WILLIAMS, DAVID MULLINS 16
January 28, 1970 DEBERAH LEE WATTS, RAYMOND HOOPER 16
January 28, 1970 NANCY SWEITZER, LOREN DAVIDSON 16
January 28, 1970 SALLY HANEY, CRAIG KVAM 16
January 28, 1970 KIRKLAND SEEKING MONEY FROM STATE TO AID TIGHT BUDGET 1
January 28, 1970 COMMITTEE TO STUDY MARKET ST LAND USE 9
January 28, 1970 LWEA-LWSD NEGOTIATIONS MEETING PROPOSED FEB 3 22
January 28, 1970 ZONING OF ALL WATERS FOR RECREATION WOULD RESTRICT OVER-LAKE BUILDING 1
January 28, 1970 LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARDS THREATENED WITH EXTINCTION 1
January 28, 1970 8 BUILDINGS AT PAR-MAC BROKEN INTO 2
January 28, 1970 PETITION ASKS ACTION ON CRIME PROBLEM 2
January 28, 1970 SEARCH FOR BOY ENDS (RYSER, RONALD) 14
January 28, 1970 POLICE CAR BID AWARDED LOCAL FIRM 21
January 28, 1970 DILL, DOROTHY 20
January 28, 1970 ROGOSKI, JOHN 20
January 28, 1970 BRAY, CAROL 20
January 28, 1970 MCIVER, HUGH 20
January 28, 1970 DONATED SAILOR CRAFT PUTS 12 SEA SCOUTS IN BUSINESS 21
January 28, 1970 THEATRE-CITY PARK NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUE 22
January 28, 1970 FREIGHT RATE SITUATION DRAWS FIRE 2
January 28, 1970 EASTSIDE BOATERS --- HELP! (LETTER FROM HAUBRICK, JIM) 8
January 28, 1970 RAPID TRANSIT JOBS WOULD AID LAGGING ECONOMY 22
January 28, 1970 RIGHT-OF-WAY ACQUISITION FOR HIGHWAY WORK UNDERWAY 9
January 28, 1970 NANCY JACKSON, PATRICK A THOME 16
January 28, 1970 WALLA RAE REED, GORDON WHITE 16
February 4, 1970 REACHING ARMS (PHOTO OF SCULPTURE AT NWC) 23
February 4, 1970 STUDENTS EXPOSED TO OWN ENVIRONMENT (PULLIAM, CHRISTINE) 17
February 4, 1970 LW GIRL LEFT ARGENTINA SOUNDING LIKE A NATIVE (FLETCHER, LEE) 18
February 4, 1970 CIRCLE RESIDENTS SEEK NE 57TH ST VACATION 2
February 4, 1970 FREEZE PUT ON LAKE BUILDING 6
February 4, 1970 ANTIQUE AUTO PARTS GONE BUT FRIENDSHIPS REMAIN (LOTTSVILLE - LOTT, FRED) 15
February 4, 1970 NEW NWC RESIDENCE HALL (PHOTO) 23
February 4, 1970 ANTIQUE AUTO PARTS GONE BUT FRIENDSHIPS REMAIN (LOTTSVILLE - LOTT, FRED) 15
February 4, 1970 OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH AROUSES AREA RESIDENTS 1
February 4, 1970 APARTMENT OWNERS PROPOSE ADJUSTMENTS FOR VACANCIES 2
February 4, 1970 APARTMENTS FOR ELDERLY BUILDING 6
February 4, 1970 ANTIQUE AUTO PARTS GONE BUT FRIENDSHIPS REMAIN (LOTTSVILLE - LOTT, FRED) 15
February 4, 1970 ARTIST'S CONCEPTION OF LAKE PLAZA BEFORE ... AND AFTER 1
February 4, 1970 VOTERS TO MAKE THEIR DECISION ON FUNDS FOR LWSD TUESDAY 1
February 4, 1970 UNHAPPY TEACHERS FLOOD SCHOOL BOARD MEETING 2
February 4, 1970 MORATORIUM SOUGHT ON ALL SEX EDUCATION IN LWSD 2
February 4, 1970 MARLENE MAE MARSH, RICHARD ACKLEY 18
February 4, 1970 THEA MARIE JOHNSON, DENNIS WECZOREK 18
February 4, 1970 SEQUOIA TOPPED (PHOTO) 2
February 4, 1970 COUNCIL ADOPTS POLICY FOR CHANGING LAND USES 2
February 4, 1970 FREEZE PUT ON LAKE BUILDING 6
February 4, 1970 HASS, CITY LAWSUIT IS DELAYED (HASS, ROBERT) 23
February 4, 1970 HADLEY, JAMES 22
February 4, 1970 COLEMAN, LOIS 22
February 4, 1970 SPAULDING, DELBERT 22
February 4, 1970 JAYNE, WILLIAM 22
February 4, 1970 PUTNAM, ALMA 22
February 4, 1970 STORAALSI, OSCAR 22
February 4, 1970 BROWN, ELMER 22
February 4, 1970 SEILER, MARY 22
February 4, 1970 SCOUTING KEEPS UP WITH TIMES (POOLE, ELWOOD) 7
February 4, 1970 ANTIQUE AUTO PARTS GONE BUT FRIENDSHIPS REMAIN (LOTTSVILLE - LOTT, FRED) 15
February 4, 1970 SHIPPERS SEEK LOWER FREIGHT RATES 2
February 4, 1970 BOAT RAMP DECISION EXPECTED FEBRUARY 11 1
February 4, 1970 POOR STREETS CRITICIZED (LETTER FROM PRICE, GARY L) 10
February 4, 1970 OVERPASSES PROGRESSING (PHOTOS) 14
February 4, 1970 NEW HEARING DATE SET ON PHONE RATES 2
February 4, 1970 ELAINE GAULIN, JAMES GILMORE 18
February 11, 1970 GALLERY NORTH TO FEATURE 3 KIRKLAND ARTISTS (MASSEY / BOE) 15
February 11, 1970 MRS PTA ADDS INITIAL 'S' FOR STUDENT AT ROSE HILL JH (TOPP, VIVIAN) 15
February 11, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (SMITH, JUDY) 16
February 11, 1970 PROFESSIONAL PLANNER ONCE STUDIED MARKET ST (DALRYMPLE, DAL) 21
February 11, 1970 APPROPRIATE GIFTS MARK RETIREMENT (EULBERG, ADAM) 22
February 11, 1970 WINDOW SHADES AT LAKEVIEW ELEMENTARY TAKE ON NEW LOOK 2
February 11, 1970 CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR JOHN MUIR ELEMENTARY 2
February 11, 1970 APARTMENT BAN PROPOSED FOR RURAL COUNTY 1
February 11, 1970 REQUIREMENTS SET FOR LAND USE CHANGES TO APARTMENTS IN CITY 1
February 11, 1970 CITY ADOPTS LAND USE POLICY FOR DETERMINING APARTMENTS 20
February 11, 1970 CRASH KILLS KIRKLAND MAN (DANZ, JEFFREY) 1
February 11, 1970 REQUIREMENTS SET FOR LAND USE CHANGES TO APARTMENTS IN CITY 1
February 11, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD EXPRESSES GRAVE CONCERN OVER TEACHER SALARY DISPUTE 1
February 11, 1970 PRINCIPAL'S ENTHUSIASM FOR NEW SCHOOL PROGRAMS CATCHING (WALKER, DICK) 17
February 11, 1970 MARLA MCLAUGHLIN, GLENN PINCHIN 16
February 11, 1970 14 LOCAL RESIDENTS ON ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP 1
February 11, 1970 CITY ADOPTS LAND USE POLICY FOR DETERMINING APARTMENTS 20
February 11, 1970 PLANNING FUNDS ARE CUT BACK 22
February 11, 1970 JUANITA AREA ASKS TO JOIN SEWER DISTRICT 1
February 11, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD EXPRESSES GRAVE CONCERN OVER TEACHER SALARY DISPUTE 1
February 11, 1970 MAN SHOT BY POLICE IN WOODS' PHARMACY 2
February 11, 1970 POLICE INVESTIGATE BURGLARIES 8
February 11, 1970 INDIAN SITE NAMED FOR PRESERVATION (MARYMOOR) 2
February 11, 1970 HOITT, GLADYS 20
February 11, 1970 LAMB, ANDREW 20
February 11, 1970 WELLMAN, OSCAR 20
February 11, 1970 MOORE, STANLEY 20
February 11, 1970 WEBELOS LEADER READIES BOYS FOR BOY SCOUTS (CUFF, RICHARD 14
February 11, 1970 MARYMOOR TO SERVE 50000 ... SOMEDAY (PHOTO) 1
February 11, 1970 INDIAN SITE NAMED FOR PRESERVATION (MARYMOOR) 2
February 11, 1970 YARROW BAY MOORAGE REQUESTED 1
February 11, 1970 CITY GIVES EASEMENT FOR I-405 GREENBELT 1
February 11, 1970 JUANITA AREA ASKS TO JOIN SEWER DISTRICT 1
February 11, 1970 WATER BILLS COMPUTERIZED 13
February 18, 1970 KOREAN PATRIOT WORKED FROM ABROAD TO ADVANCE HOMELAND (LEE, P WILLIAM) 1
February 18, 1970 OLD SPINNING WHEEL BRINGS BACK MEMORIES (NICHOLS, HAZEL) 17
February 18, 1970 LESLIE UHLIG TO APPEAR IN RECITAL 18
February 18, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (BOMAN, MIDGE) 18
February 18, 1970 BUILDING PERMITS HIT BOTTOM 24
February 18, 1970 MERCHANTS TO OFFER 'BIG 23' SALE MONDAY 1
February 18, 1970 PLANNING BODY CONSIDERS CAR WASH 6
February 18, 1970 'DRIVE THROUGH' OPENS (PHOTO OF JACK IN  THE BOX) 22
February 18, 1970 KIRKLAND AREA ECONOMY HEADED FOR HAPPY ENDING, CHAMBER HEARS 24
February 18, 1970 JUANITA BUSINESSMEN INVITE ANNEXATION 1
February 18, 1970 REZONE REQUESTS FROZEN 2
February 18, 1970 HEARING SET ON ZONING ALL WATERS FOR RECREATION 2
February 18, 1970 STRONG CITIZENS' OBJECTIONS PROMPT REZONE REQUEST DENIAL 23
February 18, 1970 BUILDING PERMITS HIT BOTTOM 24
February 18, 1970 RIDENOUR LEAVES SCHOOL BOARD 1
February 18, 1970 LW TEACHERS CONTINUE NEGOTIATIONS PRESSURE 2
February 18, 1970 LW HONOR STUDENTS 2
February 18, 1970 REV BACKERT NAMED CAC PRESIDENT 2
February 18, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD PONDERS WHAT TO DO ABOUT DEFEATED BOND PROPOSALS 7
February 18, 1970 MONDAY NOT HOLIDAY FOR SCHOOLS 7
February 18, 1970 SHARON ANN KOOB, DANIEL ANDERSEN 17
February 18, 1970 SUSAN KENT, HAROLD ROYS 17
February 18, 1970 TRUDIE NISHIMURA, STEVEN MILLER 17
February 18, 1970 ELAINE BENSON, RUSSELL LEE ADAMS 17
February 18, 1970 STATE SALES TAX TO PAVE CITY STREETS 1
February 18, 1970 CRISIS CLINIC FOR YOUTH: OPEN HOUSE TO INTRODUCE 'TEENONYMOUS' 23
February 18, 1970 MONDAY NOT HOLIDAY FOR SCHOOLS 7
February 18, 1970 JUANITA BUSINESSMEN INVITE ANNEXATION 1
February 18, 1970 LW TEACHERS CONTINUE NEGOTIATIONS PRESSURE 2
February 18, 1970 HEARING SET ON ZONING ALL WATERS FOR RECREATION 2
February 18, 1970 FRIDAY THE 13TH PROVES UNLUCKY AT JOHN'S TV 1
February 18, 1970 RODNEY BASHOR RECEIVES ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL 22
February 18, 1970 SUTHERLAND, KATHERINE 22
February 18, 1970 TELL, ARVID 22
February 18, 1970 RICHARDS, LEA 22
February 18, 1970 MAYFIELD, FLOYD 22
February 18, 1970 HOLY FAMILY SCOUTS RECEIVE EAGLE RANK (JANASZ, CHARLES / FIELDS, MIKE) 11
February 18, 1970 PO GROWTH NEARS 10% PER MONTH 24
February 18, 1970 HEARING SET ON ZONING ALL WATERS FOR RECREATION 2
February 18, 1970 PARK BOARD APPROVES BOAT LAUNCH FACILITY 2
February 18, 1970 ROSE HILL SIGNAL NOT JUSTIFIED 23
February 18, 1970 PARK BOARD APPROVES BOAT LAUNCH FACILITY 2
February 18, 1970 MOORAGE WOULD BE FOR MARINA 24
February 18, 1970 STATE SALES TAX TO PAVE CITY STREETS 1
February 18, 1970 WHAT IN THE...? (PHOTO OF DEMOLITION OF 116TH OVERPASS) 1
February 18, 1970 NE 57TH EASEMENT PROVIDED 2
February 18, 1970 ROSE HILL SIGNAL NOT JUSTIFIED 23
February 18, 1970 NE 60TH INCLUDED AS COLLECTOR STREET 24
February 18, 1970 SEWER RATE ADJUSTED, NOT WATER 2
February 18, 1970 SEWER DISTRICT ANNEXATION AREA (MAP) 24
February 18, 1970 KATHRYN KOLL, JOHN BANGSUND 17
February 25, 1970 COUPLE OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY YEAR (KLUMB, MR AND MRS CARL) 14
February 25, 1970 UNABLE TO ATTEND CLASSES, HE MONITORS THEM BY TELEPHONE (TROOP, DOUG) 1
February 25, 1970 ANDERSON TO PERFORM WITH YOUTH SYMPHONY (ANDERSON, CARL) 2
February 25, 1970 SHIRLEY JOHNSON HONORED (PHOTO) 14
February 25, 1970 PARENTS INTEREST EDUCATOR AND ARE HER RESPONSIBILITY (EVANS, RUTH) 15
February 25, 1970 GOLDEN ACORN GIVEN SECRETARY AT NORKIRK (COOLEY, JUANITA) 15
February 25, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (RAPPANGE, ANGE NANNIE) 16
February 25, 1970 NEW POWER SUBSTATION PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND 1
February 25, 1970 GROUP WAITS FOR BREAKTHROUGH MEET 1
February 25, 1970 SUPPORT ASKED FOR CONTESTING AERO KIRKLAND 1
February 25, 1970 SCHOOL DISTRICTS MUST WAIT FOR LEVY RELIEF 1
February 25, 1970 LAKE WASHINGTON HS: 27 RECEIVE ALL A'S TO TOP HONOR ROLL 2
February 25, 1970 SEX EDUCATION EXCUSAL POLICY VOTE MARCH 3 9
February 25, 1970 JUANITA SCHOOL DIRECTOR DISTRICT (MAP) 9
February 25, 1970 STUDENTS SET UP GOVERNMENT (ROBERT FROST) 14
February 25, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD BRINGS TEACHER SALARY NEGOTIATIONS INTO OPEN 21
February 25, 1970 PAR MAC BOUGHT BY BOISE FIRM 17
February 25, 1970 GEORGIA-PACIFIC PLANS DISTRIBUTION HERE 17
February 25, 1970 REAMS CONVINCED OF CRIME PROBLEM IN JUANITA 1
February 25, 1970 JUANITA SCHOOL DIRECTOR DISTRICT (MAP) 9
February 25, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD BRINGS TEACHER SALARY NEGOTIATIONS INTO OPEN 21
February 25, 1970 REAMS CONVINCED OF CRIME PROBLEM IN JUANITA 1
February 25, 1970 ORDINANCE PERMITS REMOVAL OF ABANDONED CARS FROM PRIVATE PROPERTY 17
February 25, 1970 NESS, HENRY H 5
February 25, 1970 ALCORN, ALFRED 20
February 25, 1970 EVANS, HELEN 20
February 25, 1970 1000 BOYS TO SEE SOCCER ACTION HERE SUNDAY 4
February 25, 1970 CHURCH KIDS ARE REBELLING (ROSE HILL PRESBYTERIAN) 13
February 25, 1970 SEATTLE, EASTSIDE DON'T MEAN SAME THING 1
February 25, 1970 EAST SIDE SEEKING ASSURANCES THAT RAPID TRANSIT WILL BE BUILT HERE 8
February 25, 1970 NEW POWER SUBSTATION PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND 1
February 25, 1970 GENERAL TEL PROPOSES 16 PER CENT RATE INCREASES 8
February 25, 1970 PEGGY TURNER, WILLIAM ALAN PERRY 16
March 4, 1970 SIEGL TO OPEN EASTSIDE CONCERTS 2
March 4, 1970 ARTS FAIR THIS YEAR STRICTLY FOR CHILDREN 16
March 4, 1970 ARE 'SUSPENSE', 'DANGEROUS ASSIGNMENT' ALIVE AND WELL ON ROSE HILL (KINER, LARRY) 1
March 4, 1970 IT'S SHIRLEY LINDAHL'S TURN TO BE RECOGNIZED 16
March 4, 1970 HOBBY BRINGS FUN, FAME, GREAT ART TO REDMOND ROCKHOUNDS (HYNDS, KEITH & DOROTHY) 22
March 4, 1970 PUGET POWER'S HOUGHTON SUBSTATION NEARLY FINISHED 2
March 4, 1970 B FRANKLIN LANDSCAPING IN PROGRESS 13
March 4, 1970 AERO KIRKLAND OPPOSITION STILL CONSIDERING SUIT 2
March 4, 1970 ARTS FAIR THIS YEAR STRICTLY FOR CHILDREN 16
March 4, 1970 PROPERTY OWNERS VOICE OBJECTIONS TO PROPOSED LAKE ZONING 1
March 4, 1970 NORTHWEST NAMES 56 FOR SCHOLASTIC HONORS 12
March 4, 1970 LW HIGH'S 'MAD, MOD, FASCHING' 14
March 4, 1970 ART OBJECTS MAKE CLASSROOM ROUNDS 16
March 4, 1970 LWSD TEACHERS GIVE THEIR SIDE OF SALARY NEGOTIATIONS ISSUE 21
March 4, 1970 MARILYN PINSON, MICHAEL VITKEVICH 16
March 4, 1970 HUD OKAYS FUNDS FOR EXPANSION OF HOUGHTON BEACH PARK 1
March 4, 1970 PUGET POWER'S HOUGHTON SUBSTATION NEARLY FINISHED 2
March 4, 1970 PLYWOOD DISTRIBUTION CENTER OPENED (PHOTO) 17
March 4, 1970 JUANITA POST OFFICE NOW CLOSED 2
March 4, 1970 LWSD TEACHERS GIVE THEIR SIDE OF SALARY NEGOTIATIONS ISSUE 21
March 4, 1970 PROPERTY OWNERS VOICE OBJECTIONS TO PROPOSED LAKE ZONING 1
March 4, 1970 STUDENTS WANT LAKE FOR RECREATION 1
March 4, 1970 HUD OKAYS FUNDS FOR EXPANSION OF HOUGHTON BEACH PARK 1
March 4, 1970 3 TELEVISIONS TAKEN FROM FLEAGLE TV 14
March 4, 1970 2 DRUG ARRESTS AT ROSE HILL JH 21
March 4, 1970 MONTGOMERY, GRACE 20
March 4, 1970 MUELLER, VERLIE 20
March 4, 1970 RUSHING, EUGENE 20
March 4, 1970 HOVLAND, ARTHUR 20
March 4, 1970 WALTER, LAWRENCE 20
March 4, 1970 ROGSTAD, GENEVA 20
March 4, 1970 BIRD, WILLIAM 20
March 4, 1970 GIRL SCOUTS OFFER NEW VARIETIES DURING THEIR ANNUAL COOKIE SALE 15
March 4, 1970 SCOUTING FAMILIES ASSURE FUNDS FOR DISTRICT PROGRAM 17
March 4, 1970 JUANITA POST OFFICE NOW CLOSED 2
March 4, 1970 STUDENTS WANT LAKE FOR RECREATION 1
March 4, 1970 RICHARDS LEADS FALCONS TO JUNIOR KINGCO CROWN 4
March 4, 1970 HUD OKAYS FUNDS FOR EXPANSION OF HOUGHTON BEACH PARK 1
March 4, 1970 FIVE BUS LINES TO SERVE KIRKLAND AREA UNDER RAPID TRANSIT PLAN 21
March 4, 1970 CITY'S STREET SURFACING PROGRAM READY FOR BIDS 13
March 4, 1970 PUGET POWER'S HOUGHTON SUBSTATION NEARLY FINISHED 2
March 4, 1970 GENERAL TELEPHONE STARTS NEW 'LEAVE WORD' SYSTEM 17
March 4, 1970 SEYMOUR, SUZIE, WILLIAM PAUL EMEL 16
March 11, 1970 COUPLE TO HONOR 25TH ANNIVERSARY (DALZELL, MR AND MRS JOHN A) 15
March 11, 1970 FAMILY CONCERT CHAIRMAN SEES PROJECT AS AREA-WIDE (SHEEHAN ,PAT) 15
March 11, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (ERLING, MARY) 17
March 11, 1970 CALL FOR MORE BIDS ON EVERGREEN GENERAL HOSPITAL EXPECTED SOON 1
March 11, 1970 PUBLIC INVITED TO VISIT NEW ADVENTIST CHURCH (PHOTO) 14
March 11, 1970 COUNTY SETS HEARING ON 97TH NE HOUSES 22
March 11, 1970 BOB LANDSON JOINS LEE JOHNSON CHEVROLET 5
March 11, 1970 'A PLACE CALLED JOHNNY'S' LICENSED 22
March 11, 1970 SALARY NEGOTIATIONS STALEMATED, TEACHERS REQUEST STATE STUDY 1
March 11, 1970 STUDENTS TO BE SHIFTED TO EQUALIZE ENROLLMENT 2
March 11, 1970 RIDENOUR'S SUCCESSOR ON SCHOOL BOARD MAY BE NAMED BY APRIL 6 2
March 11, 1970 SEX EDUCATION EXCUSAL OKAYED 2
March 11, 1970 SALARY NEGOTIATIONS CRITICIZED (LETTER FROM FOY, ROBERT) 8
March 11, 1970 NATIONAL AWARD TO JUANITA HS 22
March 11, 1970 SPELLMAN TELLS SUBURBAN MAYORS SOME CONSOLIDATION NECESSARY 5
March 11, 1970 CITY'S GOAL TO BRING LIGHT TO DARK PLACES 1
March 11, 1970 I KNEW ABOUT HEROIN ... I DON'T KNOW WHY I DID IT 1
March 11, 1970 MCCOY NAMED TO HOUGHTON COUNCIL (MCCOY, JIM) 13
March 11, 1970 SALARY NEGOTIATIONS STALEMATED, TEACHERS REQUEST STATE STUDY 1
March 11, 1970 FORWARD, MARCH (PHOTO OF JUANITA BEACH PARK) 1
March 11, 1970 WATERFRONT HEARING CONTINUED 2
March 11, 1970 MAN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH STOLEN CAR 5
March 11, 1970 CALL FOR MORE BIDS ON EVERGREEN GENERAL HOSPITAL EXPECTED SOON 1
March 11, 1970 KING, ANN 20
March 11, 1970 SALES, MELIA 20
March 11, 1970 RILEY, JOHN JR 20
March 11, 1970 TROOP 569 PLANS 100 MILE HIKE 2
March 11, 1970 WATERFRONT HEARING CONTINUED 2
March 11, 1970 FORWARD, MARCH (PHOTO OF JUANITA BEACH PARK) 1
March 11, 1970 I-90 PUBLIC HEARING SHOULD BE DELAYED UNTIL AFTER MAY 19 RAPID TRANSIT ELECTION 1
March 11, 1970 ASSURANCES SOUGHT THAT RAPID TRANSIT TO EASTSIDE BE CONSTRUCTED THE SAME TIME AS OTHER SECTIONS 5
March 11, 1970 MASS TRANSIT RAIL LINES ASSURED EAST SIDE 22
March 11, 1970 VOTERS IN 41ST DISTRICT FAVOR RAPID TRANSIT, POLL REVEALS 22
March 11, 1970 MASS TRANSIT RAIL LINES ASSURED EAST SIDE 22
March 11, 1970 I-90 PUBLIC HEARING SHOULD BE DELAYED UNTIL AFTER MAY 19 RAPID TRANSIT ELECTION 1
March 11, 1970 CITY'S GOAL TO BRING LIGHT TO DARK PLACES 1
March 11, 1970 YVONNE SKEETERS, HUGH BUCKMAN JR 16
March 11, 1970 MARILYN OTTOSEN, GREG TRACY 16
March 11, 1970 BARBARA STROHSACK, JIM MCEVERS 16
March 11, 1970 MARILYN RAMIN, ROBERT SANDELL 16
March 18, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (LECKEY, LOIS) 9
March 18, 1970 CENTRAL SCHOOL REPORT AVAILABLE 21
March 18, 1970 COMMITTEE TO GIVE MORE STUDY TO LAKE ZONING 17
March 18, 1970 MARKET ST TO HAVE MORE STUDY 21
March 18, 1970 RHS WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM: STUDENTS EARN MONEY, CREDIT 1
March 18, 1970 WIESEN NAMED DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT (WIESEN, BOB) 1
March 18, 1970 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO SELL BONDS AGAIN NEXT WEDNESDAY 21
March 18, 1970 SEX EDUCATION APPEAL ANSWERED 21
March 18, 1970 CENTRAL SCHOOL REPORT AVAILABLE 21
March 18, 1970 JEAN MARIE PATTERSON, KENNETH E NILES 16
March 18, 1970 CRYSTAL ANN HANSEN, KEITH SULLIVAN 16
March 18, 1970 SOME RURAL AREAS BECOME DUMPS 8
March 18, 1970 OVER 100 ILLEGAL SIGNS: CITY STUDYING DIRECTION TO TAKE FOR ABOLISHMENT 1
March 18, 1970 COMMITTEE TO GIVE MORE STUDY TO LAKE ZONING 17
March 18, 1970 MAJOR CRIME ACTIVITY DOWN 1
March 18, 1970 BURGLARS TAKES SAFE FROM CLAM 1
March 18, 1970 LAING, JAY 20
March 18, 1970 SCHROEDER, FLORA 20
March 18, 1970 CARLSON, NED 20
March 18, 1970 RECOR, GEORGE 20
March 18, 1970 EGBERT, FRANK 20
March 18, 1970 ROLL, JOHN 20
March 18, 1970 GILLILAND, VICTORIA 20
March 18, 1970 LITZENBERGER, AARON 20
March 18, 1970 NEWCOMER, PEARL 21
March 18, 1970 SLF SPOKESMEN TALK AT LAKE WASHINGTON 1
March 18, 1970 THROUGH TRAINS REROUTED, LOCAL SERVICE UNAFFECTED 1
March 18, 1970 NEW TAX PAVES WAY FOR STREETS 1
March 18, 1970 STUDY OF AUBURN-BOTHELL HIGHWAY EAST OF L SAMMAMISH AUTHORIZED 21
March 18, 1970 NE 57TH EASEMENT APPROVED 21
March 18, 1970 SEWERS SOUGHT FOR NE 65TH 21
March 18, 1970 ELDERLY SEEK LOWERED RATES 21
March 18, 1970 CAROL ROBERTSON, HUGH LADE 15
March 18, 1970 CATHI KOBYLARCZYK, ROBERT LEE DAVIS 15
March 25, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (ROBERTS, MRS JOHN A) 7
March 25, 1970 DIDI LAUNCHING BEAUTY CONTEST SHE WON IN '68 (ANSTETT, DIDI) 17
March 25, 1970 MARY KENNEY HONORED ON 90TH BIRTHDAY 18
March 25, 1970 GEORGIA-PACIFIC BREAKS GROUND (PHOTO) 7
March 25, 1970 KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH FACULTY COMPLAINS ABOUT CRITICISM OF FACILITY'S CONDITION 24
March 25, 1970 MOBILE PARK CONCEPT TO BE TRIED 1
March 25, 1970 WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN (PHOTO OF INTENTIONAL BURNING AT NE 68TH & 106TH NE) 24
March 25, 1970 SUMMER SCHOOL FEES RISE 1
March 25, 1970 CHAPPLE HEADS KANG GRIDDERS (CHAPPLE, DOUG) 5
March 25, 1970 DEAN OF MEN RETIRES TO FULL TIME JOB (SOUTHARD, ROY) 6
March 25, 1970 JAPANESE EXCHANGE STUDENTS ATTEND CLASSES 11
March 25, 1970 STUDENTS CLAIM THAT ONE QUARTER OF KJH CHILDREN USE DRUGS 24
March 25, 1970 KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH FACULTY COMPLAINS ABOUT CRITICISM OF FACILITY'S CONDITION 24
March 25, 1970 JUDITH KAY STOTTLEMYER, STEPHEN N GALL 18
March 25, 1970 BRUSH MUST BE CUT TO PREVENT FIRE 5
March 25, 1970 WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN (PHOTO OF INTENTIONAL BURNING AT NE 68TH & 106TH NE) 24
March 25, 1970 CITY STAFFER HERE BEFORE (WOLTERS, ERIC) 2
March 25, 1970 UPGRADED EMERGENCY SERVICES GOAL OF PLANNING CONFERENCE 5
March 25, 1970 STUDENTS CLAIM THAT ONE QUARTER OF KJH CHILDREN USE DRUGS 24
March 25, 1970 CHURCHES CELEBRATE EASTER 1
March 25, 1970 MR RABBIT'S VISIT (PHOTO) 18
March 25, 1970 AREA CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL SERVICES FOR HOLY WEEK 23
March 25, 1970 NO POSTAL STRIKE IN KIRKLAND 1
March 25, 1970 DO EX-CONVICTS DESERVE A BREAK? 1
March 25, 1970 SENTENCING OF PRIMEAUS SET FOR APRIL 15 1
March 25, 1970 3 ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH AUTO THEFT 5
March 25, 1970 POLICE AUCTION SET 6
March 25, 1970 DOUCETTE, ALEXANDER A JR 22
March 25, 1970 ERLING, ROBERT 22
March 25, 1970 LAMB, NETTIE 22
March 25, 1970 SUMMER, 1970 CAMP FIRE PROGRAMS ANNOUNCED 11
March 25, 1970 BRISKONAS SMALL IN NUMBERS BUT LARGE IN ACCOMPLISHMENTS 7
March 25, 1970 NO POSTAL STRIKE IN KIRKLAND 1
March 25, 1970 CHAPPLE HEADS KANG GRIDDERS (CHAPPLE, DOUG) 5
March 25, 1970 CURLERS USE BROOMS, NOT HAIR BRUSHES 5
March 25, 1970 CHURCHES CELEBRATE EASTER 1
March 25, 1970 AREA CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL SERVICES FOR HOLY WEEK 23
March 25, 1970 INSPECTION OF BART GIVES IDEA OF HOW RAPID TRANSIT WILL WORK HERE 6
March 25, 1970 FIRST NEIGHBORHOOD STREET MEETING SET 1
March 25, 1970 REDMOND METRO EXTENSION ASSURED 1
March 25, 1970 PATRICIA O'DONNELL, PHILIP G STANLEY 17
March 25, 1970 JOANNE HASS, ROGER HAMMER 17
March 25, 1970 SALLY HANEY, CRAIG KVAM 17
March 25, 1970 NANCY BRAYDEN, DENNIS BUDDEN 17
March 25, 1970 LYNNE MARIE WILLIAMS, DAVID WAYNE MULLENS 17
March 25, 1970 NANCY JO BOYD, CHARLES HOOPER 17
April 1, 1970 PARTY HONORS ANNIVERSARY OF C BIRNIES 14
April 1, 1970 CREATIVE ARTS LEAGUE SHOWING STUDENTS' WORK 2
April 1, 1970 MURAL TO MAKE STUDYING EASIER (LWHS) 21
April 1, 1970 KINGSGATE BRANCH (PHOTO AT FIRST NATIONAL BANK) 5
April 1, 1970 G SVARCS NAMED BANK MANAGER 22
April 1, 1970 GERMAN HER SUBJECT BUT SHE JOINS RUSSIAN CLUB (BERKEY, JANIS) 15
April 1, 1970 BANKING HAS CLAIMED ATTENTION OF BPW'S WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT (FLANAGAN, JEAN) 15
April 1, 1970 JUNIOR HIGH PRINCIPAL TAKES POSTMAN'S HOLIDAY IN EUROPE (LINDSLEY, ROBERT) 16
April 1, 1970 DENTIST MISSED BECOMING RUSSIAN GENERAL (RICHKOFF, DIMITRY) 17
April 1, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (GATES, GERTRUDE) 20
April 1, 1970 NEW STUDENTS, NEW SCHOOL (PHOTOS AT HELEN KELLER) 5
April 1, 1970 DECISION ON CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ASKED (LETTER FROM FISHER, MRS JIM) 8
April 1, 1970 MURAL TO MAKE STUDYING EASIER (LWHS) 21
April 1, 1970 RESIDENTS CHALLENGE AERO KIRKLAND CONSTRUCTION IN COURT 1
April 1, 1970 OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH TIMED FOR LATE SUMMER 1
April 1, 1970 RESIDENTS CHALLENGE AERO KIRKLAND CONSTRUCTION IN COURT 1
April 1, 1970 WHEW! LAKE WASHINGTON FINALLY SELLS BONDS 1
April 1, 1970 TEACHERS SUBMIT NEW PROPOSAL 1
April 1, 1970 RUSSIA WILL BE WHERE LW STUDENTS SPEND SUMMER 15
April 1, 1970 LWSD DRUG PREVENTION POLICY FOCUSES ON YOUNGER CHILDREN 21
April 1, 1970 SUZANNE HILTON, ROBERT D JONES 14
April 1, 1970 MAUREEN MCANDREW, JEROME E RIGGS 16
April 1, 1970 PATRICIA ERICKSON, RICHARD G ANDERSON 16
April 1, 1970 KIRKLAND HOPES FOR REPEAT MISS WASHINGTON UNIVERSE (DOLLEMORE, DEBRA SUE) 14
April 1, 1970 FIRE CAUSES $2000 DAMAGE (201 FIFTH AVE) 5
April 1, 1970 LWSD DRUG PREVENTION POLICY FOCUSES ON YOUNGER CHILDREN 21
April 1, 1970 KIRK FAMILY VIOLIN NOW OWNED BY ANACORTES MAN (AULD, RAY) 21
April 1, 1970 KIRK FAMILY VIOLIN NOW OWNED BY ANACORTES MAN (AULD, RAY) 21
April 1, 1970 TEACHERS SUBMIT NEW PROPOSAL 1
April 1, 1970 ALERT CITIZEN REPORTS ENTRY OF PROPERTY 13
April 1, 1970 LITTLE TAKEN IN BREAK-INS SATURDAY 17
April 1, 1970 CROWDER, FLOYD 20
April 1, 1970 TAYLOR, LYLE 20
April 1, 1970 BANKING HAS CLAIMED ATTENTION OF BPW'S WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT (FLANAGAN, JEAN) 15
April 1, 1970 CENSUS CREW LEADERS TOLD FOR AREA 21
April 1, 1970 FREIGHT RATE BOUNDARIES SET FOR TALKS 5
April 1, 1970 SEATTLE TO SUPPORT I-90 PROJECT 1
April 1, 1970 AUBURN TO BOTHELL FREEWAY STUDY HEARING SET TUESDAY IN BELLEVUE 1
April 1, 1970 NE 116TH FULLY LIGHTED (LETTER FROM POTTER, ROBERT C) 8
April 1, 1970 NATURAL GAS SEEKING RATE INCREASES 20
April 1, 1970 CHARLENE DAMM, LESLIE CARLSON 16
April 1, 1970 THEA MARIE JOHNSON, DENNIS WECZOREK 16
April 1, 1970 KATHLEEN ASBURY, ALGIA BALDWIN JR 16
April 1, 1970 CYNTHIA ANN BAILEY, DOUGLAS WILLIAMS 16
April 8, 1970 ROUTE TO NORTHWEST TAKEN VIA GIRL SCOUTS (ANSEL, ESTHER) 11
April 8, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (FOOTE, SALLY) 19
April 8, 1970 PUBLIC, PRIVATE PRACTICE MARK ENGINEER'S CAREER (SISLER, HARRY H) 22
April 8, 1970 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL CLOSE TO BID STAGE 1
April 8, 1970 THREE MORE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS BY 1974 1
April 8, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD TO MAKE DECISION ON CENTRAL SCHOOL APRIL 20 24
April 8, 1970 CONDOMINIUM ON WATERFRONT KILLED: COUNCIL DOES NOT CONTINUE PERMIT 1
April 8, 1970 ANNEXATION EAST OF 405 PROPOSED 1
April 8, 1970 MARKET ST AT EIGHTH REZONED 1
April 8, 1970 KIRKLAND JH TEACHERS SAY SCHOOL DOESN'T HAVE DRUG PROBLEM 7
April 8, 1970 INSTRUCTOR SAYS: SCULPTURE STUDENTS REALLY WITH IT 11
April 8, 1970 NORTHWEST COLLEGE: TOUR OF MIDDLE EAST AN EXPERIENCE IN CONTRASTS 17
April 8, 1970 SCHOOL STARTS IN AUGUST NEXT FALL 23
April 8, 1970 NUMBER OF LWHS COURSES HAS DOUBLED IN 10 YEARS 24
April 8, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD TO MAKE DECISION ON CENTRAL SCHOOL APRIL 20 24
April 8, 1970 FORWARD THRUST PROJECTS EMPLOY 1400 23
April 8, 1970 KIRKLAND JH TEACHERS SAY SCHOOL DOESN'T HAVE DRUG PROBLEM 7
April 8, 1970 A LOOK AT AN EXPANDED HOUGHTON BEACH PARK (MAP) 10
April 8, 1970 CONDOMINIUM ON WATERFRONT KILLED: COUNCIL DOES NOT CONTINUE PERMIT 1
April 8, 1970 A LOOK AT AN EXPANDED HOUGHTON BEACH PARK (MAP) 10
April 8, 1970 CAPT ARMSTRONG TO LEAVE KIRKLAND POLICE APRIL 10 (ARMSTRONG, JOHN) 1
April 8, 1970 2 ARRESTED IN DRUG CASE 1
April 8, 1970 3 ARRESTED FOR HOLDUP 5
April 8, 1970 POLICE CLOSE FILES ON FOUR BREAK-INS 5
April 8, 1970 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL CLOSE TO BID STAGE 1
April 8, 1970 DIEHM, ELLEN 22
April 8, 1970 RYAN, FREDERICK 22
April 8, 1970 BOWMAN, LOIS 22
April 8, 1970 OLSON, JOHN 22
April 8, 1970 A LOOK AT AN EXPANDED HOUGHTON BEACH PARK (MAP) 10
April 8, 1970 MARINA CONSTRUCTION EXPECTED BY SUMMER 23
April 8, 1970 RAPID TRANSIT PROPOSAL MAY BE IN JEOPARDY WITHOUT SEATTLE COMMITMENT 23
April 8, 1970 STREET READIED FOR PAVING (PHOTO OF 10TH ST W) 1
April 8, 1970 124TH NE WIDENING SET FOR JUNE 1
April 8, 1970 NE 60TH SLATED FOR IMPROVEMENTS 1
April 8, 1970 SIXTH ST WORK STARTS 1
April 8, 1970 PAVING SLATED (MAP) 5
April 8, 1970 ONLY PEDESTRIAN OVERPASS ON 405 23
April 8, 1970 GARBAGE FILL ODORS PROTESTED 5
April 8, 1970 CITY ASKED TO BILL ON GARBAGE 23
April 15, 1970 HYMAN ELECTED TO CHAIR BCC TRUSTEES (HYMAN, ROBERT F) 1
April 15, 1970 JIMMY, A DOUBLE AMPUTEE, WALKS TO KEEP HIS DATE WITH DIDI (ROBERTSON, JIMMY) 18
April 15, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (MONTAGNA, JUNE - ANSTETT, DIDI) 18
April 15, 1970 NEW BUILDING FOR ROCKET RESEARCH (PHOTO) 24
April 15, 1970 TOTEM POLE AT THOREAU (PHOTO) 7
April 15, 1970 WATERFRONT USES TO HAVE MORE STUDY 1
April 15, 1970 LAKE EAST NOW RENTING, ALL BUILDINGS TO BE DONE MAY 1 2
April 15, 1970 INTENT TO ANNEX ACCEPTED 2
April 15, 1970 TEACHER SALARY NEGOTIATIONS COLLAPSE 1
April 15, 1970 LW HIGH SCHOOL PLANS MANY EVENTS ON ENVIRONMENT 1
April 15, 1970 BCC SCHEDULES HEARINGS TODAY ON PROPOSED GRADING SYSTEM 6
April 15, 1970 PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE TO INTRODUCE PROGRAM 17
April 15, 1970 STATEWIDE ATTENTION FOCUSED ON TEACHER SALARY SITUATION 19
April 15, 1970 HELICOPTER DELIGHTS STUDENTS (PHOTO AT THOREAU) 19
April 15, 1970 LAUREL ASHTON, JOHN BRIESKE 17
April 15, 1970 PRIMROSE SHOW THIS WEEKEND AT VASA PARK 17
April 15, 1970 TEACHER SALARY NEGOTIATIONS COLLAPSE 1
April 15, 1970 STATEWIDE ATTENTION FOCUSED ON TEACHER SALARY SITUATION 19
April 15, 1970 WATERFRONT USES TO HAVE MORE STUDY 1
April 15, 1970 LEE, SIGRID 22
April 15, 1970 ANDERSON, HAROLD 22
April 15, 1970 BALAORO, BERNADINE 22
April 15, 1970 STICKLEY, LEWIS H 22
April 15, 1970 HOLDEN, HAZEL 22
April 15, 1970 BURTON, DORIS 22
April 15, 1970 JOINT INSTALLATION FOR JAYCEES AND WIVES 7
April 15, 1970 INDEPENDENT HELPERS REORGANIZE AS ES AUXILIARY FOR THE KIDNEY CENTER 17
April 15, 1970 PRITCHARD TO OPPOSE REP PELLY 7
April 15, 1970 ARLINE STOKES WINS 4 LADIES' PRESS AWARDS 1
April 15, 1970 WATERFRONT USES TO HAVE MORE STUDY 1
April 15, 1970 SAVE SAND POINT GROUP URGES RECREATION USES 1
April 15, 1970 PARK SITES PURCHASES PROCEEDING 19
April 15, 1970 AUTO FREIGHT RATES FACE REDUCTION 2
April 15, 1970 SAVE SAND POINT GROUP URGES RECREATION USES 1
April 15, 1970 PROPOSED REDMOND AIRPORT GETS $10000 STATE GRANT 23
April 15, 1970 PROTOTYPE RAIL TRANSIT CAR TO GO ON DISPLAY 19
April 15, 1970 RAPID TRANSIT PROPOSAL RAPPED 23
April 15, 1970 PROTOTYPE RAIL TRANSIT CAR TO GO ON DISPLAY 19
April 15, 1970 TERESA MCCORKLE, JAMES SAUNDERS 18
April 15, 1970 LINDA BRUCE, RANDOLPH FOLDVIK 18
April 22, 1970 EAST SIDE JOURNAL WINS 12 PRESS AWARDS 23
April 22, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (GRANT, PAM) 16
April 22, 1970 HOSPITAL BID DATES SET AGAIN 1
April 22, 1970 EYESORE TO MEET DOOM THIS WEEK (TICKET BOOTH AT STADIUM) 5
April 22, 1970 UNDERGROUND PHONE CABLES BEING LAID IN DOWNTOWN AREA 1
April 22, 1970 CITY OFFICIALS, STUDENTS TO 'STOOP LOW' THURSDAY 1
April 22, 1970 FACT-FINDING COMMITTEES STUDY LWSD RIFT 1
April 22, 1970 NORKIRK 6TH GRADERS STUDY ENVIRONMENT 5
April 22, 1970 DRUG PROBLEMS NOT EASY TO PINPOINT, SAY SCHOOL AUTHORITIES 11
April 22, 1970 BARBERSHOP SINGING MAY 2 AT KIRKLAND JR HIGH 2
April 22, 1970 CITY OFFICIALS, STUDENTS TO 'STOOP LOW' THURSDAY 1
April 22, 1970 LEAGUE SPONSORS FILM SHOWINGS ON ENVIRONMENT 5
April 22, 1970 BOY SCOUTS TO CLEAN UP AREA'S ROADS DURING 'BIG SWEEP' 5
April 22, 1970 PAGEANT DATE SET 7
April 22, 1970 PRIMROSE WINNERS NAMED 18
April 22, 1970 CITY OFFICIALS, STUDENTS TO 'STOOP LOW' THURSDAY 1
April 22, 1970 DRUG PROBLEMS NOT EASY TO PINPOINT, SAY SCHOOL AUTHORITIES 11
April 22, 1970 FACT-FINDING COMMITTEES STUDY LWSD RIFT 1
April 22, 1970 KIRKLAND POLICEMEN REASSIGNED 10
April 22, 1970 HOSPITAL BID DATES SET AGAIN 1
April 22, 1970 MCKENNA, EMILY 22
April 22, 1970 KLEIN, BRUNO 22
April 22, 1970 GRIFFIN, VAN 22
April 22, 1970 BOY SCOUTS TO CLEAN UP AREA'S ROADS DURING 'BIG SWEEP' 5
April 22, 1970 JOURNAL UPHOLDS WINNING TRADITION IN PRESS CONTESTS 1
April 22, 1970 KIRKLAND WILL BE HER BEAT (BRANDT, JANET) 17
April 22, 1970 FOUNDING PASTOR RETURNS TO VISIT BAPTIST CHURCH (SHOEMAKER, CHARLES C) 18
April 22, 1970 AIRPORT WOULD LOSE MONEY, SAYS REDMOND PLANNING STUDY 24
April 22, 1970 FORWARD THRUST HEAD REBUTS REDMOND PLANNER'S CRITICISM OF RAPID TRANSIT 11
April 22, 1970 405 TRAFFIC TO BE MOVED TO SOUTH LANES 1
April 22, 1970 BOY SCOUTS TO CLEAN UP AREA'S ROADS DURING 'BIG SWEEP' 5
April 22, 1970 UNDERGROUND PHONE CABLES BEING LAID IN DOWNTOWN AREA 1
April 22, 1970 BONNIE CHRISTENSEN, ROBERT LLEWELLYN 17
April 22, 1970 MARILYN NYRE, MICHAEL MCCLINTICK 17
April 22, 1970 VIRGINIA DICKISON, DONN E HOLLENBECK 17
April 22, 1970 SUSAN KAY GAUGHAN, WILLIAM W SHERRELL 17
April 29, 1970 SPRAYS OBSERVE 66TH ANNIVERSARY (SPRAY, MR AND MRS WILLIAM) 18
April 29, 1970 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE HAS LONG HISTORY IN AREA 9A
April 29, 1970 PRIZEWINNING RHODODENDRONS COME FROM CONOVER'S GARDENS (CONOVER, SAM) 17
April 29, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (COLLINS, CAROL) 18
April 29, 1970 NELSONS' HOME IS TYPICALLY NORTHWESTERN (NELSON, ALBERT W) 19
April 29, 1970 NORTHWEST COLLEGE IS SCENIC (PHOTO) 10A
April 29, 1970 MORE SCHOOLS IN LAST 5 YEARS THAN PAST 20 11A
April 29, 1970 NEW CENTRAL SCHOOL TO BE BUILT BY 1972, BOARD DECIDES 1
April 29, 1970 KIRKLAND ACQUIRES LAND FOR CITY SHOPS 2
April 29, 1970 NELSONS' HOME IS TYPICALLY NORTHWESTERN (NELSON, ALBERT W) 19
April 29, 1970 LAKE EAST NEARLY FINISHED (AERIAL PHOTO) 26
April 29, 1970 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS DOWN 41 FIRMS FROM LAST YEAR 2
April 29, 1970 HEADS UP APPEALS FOR FUNDS: KIDS ARE WHAT WE ARE HERE FOR 11
April 29, 1970 PROGRESS OURS IS TOGETHER (SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT) 1A-11A
April 29, 1970 BELLEVUE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SERVES EASTSIDE 4A
April 29, 1970 TEACHERS, SCHOOL BOARD REACH AGREEMENT ON 1970-71 SALARIES 1
April 29, 1970 SIXTH GRADERS EXPOSED TO FULL INSTRUMENTAL GROUP IN HONOR BAND 16
April 29, 1970 ROSE HILL JUNIOR HIGH HOSTS FIRST ROCKET MEET 26
April 29, 1970 FISH CALLS INCREASE WITH MORE UNEMPLOYMENT 20
April 29, 1970 SHERRIE THOMAS, ROBERT JOHNSON 20
April 29, 1970 ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION: A LOOK BACKWARD AT A STEP FORWARD (PHOTOS) 21
April 29, 1970 ENVIRONMENTAL DAY IS PLANNED BY KJHS CLUB 21
April 29, 1970 PROS AND CONS OF TAX REFORM OUTLINED TO JUANITA PTA GROUP 25
April 29, 1970 DEPARTMENTS OF CITY RECOUNT 1969 PROGRESS 7A
April 29, 1970 KIRKLAND ACQUIRES LAND FOR CITY SHOPS 2
April 29, 1970 DRUG USAGE IN THIS AREA IS ON THE INCREASE AND WILL GROW 11
April 29, 1970 CITY BUYS LAKE PROPERTY (NEAR HOUGHTON BEACH PARK) 1
April 29, 1970 WASHINGTON NATURAL GAS COMPANY INVESTED $1 MILLION IN EASTSIDE AREA 5A
April 29, 1970 TEACHERS, SCHOOL BOARD REACH AGREEMENT ON 1970-71 SALARIES 1
April 29, 1970 CITY BUYS LAKE PROPERTY (NEAR HOUGHTON BEACH PARK) 1
April 29, 1970 POLICE ARREST MAN INSIDE BRYANT'S 2
April 29, 1970 KIRKLAND LIBRARY BOOKS FIND NEW HOME IN UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 2
April 29, 1970 CHAPLAIN COMMENDED IN VIETNAM (SIMPSON, JOHN W) 5
April 29, 1970 CORFMAN, LESLIE L 24
April 29, 1970 HAMMER, ALBERT 24
April 29, 1970 GIRL GYMNASTS HEAD FOR NATIONALS 5
April 29, 1970 CITY BUYS LAKE PROPERTY (NEAR HOUGHTON BEACH PARK) 1
April 29, 1970 WORK BEGINS ON BOAT LAUNCH RAMP 1
April 29, 1970 HOLY FAMILY SETS DEBATE ON ABORTION 1
April 29, 1970 REDMOND HALTS AIRPORT TO ASCERTAIN COSTS 1
April 29, 1970 AIRPORT PROPONENTS REQUEST NEW HEARING 7
April 29, 1970 WORK BEGINS ON BOAT LAUNCH RAMP 1
April 29, 1970 KIRKLAND-JUANITA WOULD BE SERVED BY 5 BUS LINES UNDER RAPID TRANSIT 2A
April 29, 1970 KIRKLAND-JUANITA WOULD BE SERVED BY 5 BUSES 26
April 29, 1970 MODIFICATION OF PUMPING STATIONS NEARLY COMPLETED 6A
April 29, 1970 GENERAL TEL EXPANDS DURING 1969 8A
April 29, 1970 DIANE POWELL, JOHN KIRBY SPENCER 20
April 29, 1970 SUSAN LEVERETT, MARK WILLIAMS 20
April 29, 1970 JILL HEMINGSON, HENRY HARASIMOWICZ 20
April 29, 1970 PATRICIA ANN TAYLOR, MARTIN SCHMID 20
May 6, 1970 JUANITA ART FAIR TAKING ON NEW LOOK 19
May 6, 1970 DAY CARE, FOSTER, EMERGENCY MOTHER COUNTS HER BLESSINGS - 1000 KIDS (LEEN, MARGARETTA) 1
May 6, 1970 LOCAL COUPLE ESCAPES INJURY IN BUS CRASH (ATTERBERRY, MR AND MRS HOLLIS) 17
May 6, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (FLYNN, SHARON) 18
May 6, 1970 CHALLENGES ARE A CHALLENGE TO NEW PTA COUNCIL PRESIDENT (MCGINNIS, DONNA) 18
May 6, 1970 BRIDLE TRAILS L.I.D. PROPOSED FOR SEWERS 22
May 6, 1970 FIRST STEP TAKEN TOWARD JUANITA BUSINESS DISTRICT ANNEXATION 1
May 6, 1970 HOMEMADE BOMB KILLS KIRKLAND YOUTH, 13 (MCDONALD, DONALD) 1
May 6, 1970 FIRST STEP TAKEN TOWARD JUANITA BUSINESS DISTRICT ANNEXATION 1
May 6, 1970 PRESENT ZONING STUDY TURNS DOWN LAND USE ZONING FOR SPECULATION 2
May 6, 1970 PRESENT ZONING STUDY TURNS DOWN LAND USE ZONING FOR SPECULATION 2
May 6, 1970 DEL TINGWALL NAMED NEW SCHOOL DIRECTOR 2
May 6, 1970 LW HIGH SCHOOL PRODUCTION TO REVIVE '76 TROMBONES' 2
May 6, 1970 DEL TINGWALL NAMED NEW SCHOOL DIRECTOR 2
May 6, 1970 DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIGNMENTS REVEALED 6
May 6, 1970 THOROUGHLY FEMININE TEACHER LEADS AEROSPACE PROGRAM AT ROSE HILL JH (BRES, GAIL) 17
May 6, 1970 MARY ANNE WAHLMAN, KENNETH D SUTTER 17
May 6, 1970 GOOD FOOD AND FUN AT ROTARY 'PANCAKE FEED' 1
May 6, 1970 JUANITA ART FAIR TAKING ON NEW LOOK 19
May 6, 1970 FIREMEN PLAN PARADE MAY 9 24
May 6, 1970 FIRE TRUCK BID CALL APPROVED 22
May 6, 1970 FIREMEN PLAN PARADE MAY 9 24
May 6, 1970 PRESENT ZONING STUDY TURNS DOWN LAND USE ZONING FOR SPECULATION 2
May 6, 1970 THESE KIDS GET TO THE POINT WHERE THEY DON'T CARE ABOUT ANYTHING (DRUGS) 6
May 6, 1970 EMOTIONS RUN HIGH AT ABORTION DEBATE AT HOLY FAMILY CHURCH 7
May 6, 1970 MARYMOOR: EARLIEST SITE OF MAN IN PNW? 22
May 6, 1970 FIRST STEP TAKEN TOWARD JUANITA BUSINESS DISTRICT ANNEXATION 1
May 6, 1970 HOSPITAL SUPPLY FIRM TO ACT AS PURCHASING AGENT 1
May 6, 1970 TRAPP, CLARENCE 19
May 6, 1970 HAWKINS, DORIS 19
May 6, 1970 BROWN, MARGUERITE 19
May 6, 1970 SANDERS, VIRGIE 19
May 6, 1970 FLENTJE, HENRIETTA 19
May 6, 1970 POST OFFICE HOURS TOLD 2
May 6, 1970 POST OFFICE HOURS TOLD 2
May 6, 1970 JOURNAL WINS CECW AWARD 16
May 6, 1970 CITY DOCK COORDINATED WITH PARK 22
May 6, 1970 EMOTIONS RUN HIGH AT ABORTION DEBATE AT HOLY FAMILY CHURCH 7
May 6, 1970 PROGRAM EVOLVING FROM EXPERIMENTAL MINISTRY (HAWK, BILL) 11
May 6, 1970 AIRPORT GETS PUBLIC HEARING TUESDAY 1
May 6, 1970 COUNCIL'S AIRPORT STAND DEFENDED (LETTER FROM BENEZE, MRS PAT) 10
May 6, 1970 CITY DOCK COORDINATED WITH PARK 22
May 6, 1970 RAPID TRANSIT DESERVES CONSIDERATION (LETTER FROM ADAMS, C R) 10
May 6, 1970 PHONE BOOK OUT 16
May 6, 1970 BRIDLE TRAILS L.I.D. PROPOSED FOR SEWERS 22
May 13, 1970 COUPLE TO BE HONORED ON 60TH ANNIVERSARY (DORR, MR AND MRS HARRY) 16
May 13, 1970 ROSE HILL CHURCH HONORS COUPLE'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY (JOHANSON, MR AND MRS ERICK) 16
May 13, 1970 CHORALE ATTRACTS MEMBERS FROM ALL WALKS 2
May 13, 1970 CHILDREN'S ART ONLY TO BE SHOWN AT JUANITA ART FAIR 15
May 13, 1970 DIDI TO GO TO MISS USA PAGEANT (ANSTETT, DIDI) 16
May 13, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (CAPILI, AL) 16
May 13, 1970 VERTECHS FIRE CAUSES $65000 DAMAGE (PHOTO) 1
May 13, 1970 REPORT ON HEALTH HAZARDS AT LWHS SHOP FACILITY DUE 22
May 13, 1970 COURT RULES CITY DOESN'T OWN LAND UNDERNEATH FIRE STATION ON NE 60TH 1
May 13, 1970 YES VOTE COULD MEAN: $840,000 KIRKLAND COMMUNITY CENTER 9
May 13, 1970 BUILDERS NAMED FOR DEVELOPING OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING 1
May 13, 1970 CHILDREN'S ART ONLY TO BE SHOWN AT JUANITA ART FAIR 15
May 13, 1970 TEENONYMOUS CENTER ADDS RAP ROOM 22
May 13, 1970 BALANCED WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT GOAL 1
May 13, 1970 LWSD SEEKING WHEREABOUTS OF SIXTY-ONE 1964 GRADUATES 17
May 13, 1970 SCHOOL ADVISORY COUNCIL ESTABLISHED COMPLAINT COUNCIL 17
May 13, 1970 TRANSFERS STIR PARENTS 22
May 13, 1970 RAPID TRANSIT APPROVAL WOULD ADD 5000 JOBS OVER 15-YEAR PERIOD 9
May 13, 1970 SANDY JONES, JOHN MULHERN JR 15
May 13, 1970 KIRKLAND-REDMOND WOULD RECEIVE $5.6 MILLION FOR FLOOD CONTROL 9
May 13, 1970 CHILDREN'S ART ONLY TO BE SHOWN AT JUANITA ART FAIR 15
May 13, 1970 VERTECHS FIRE CAUSES $65000 DAMAGE (PHOTO) 1
May 13, 1970 COURT RULES CITY DOESN'T OWN LAND UNDERNEATH FIRE STATION ON NE 60TH 1
May 13, 1970 9000-YEAR-OLD HUNTING CAMP : STORY OF AREA'S FIRST INHABITANTS UNFOLDS 14
May 13, 1970 INTEREST IN HISTORY LEADS TO FIRST KIRKLAND MUSEUM 15
May 13, 1970 CHILDREN'S ART ONLY TO BE SHOWN AT JUANITA ART FAIR 15
May 13, 1970 BALANCED WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT GOAL 1
May 13, 1970 COURT RULES CITY DOESN'T OWN LAND UNDERNEATH FIRE STATION ON NE 60TH 1
May 13, 1970 DAN BEHEYT PRESENTED BRONZE STAR FOR HEROISM 1
May 13, 1970 GARBER, MICHAEL 20
May 13, 1970 ZEMP, ALMA 20
May 13, 1970 WILLIAMS, JOHN 20
May 13, 1970 SCHWINDT, MARLON 20
May 13, 1970 JENSEN, HARRY 20
May 13, 1970 PEDERSEN, MONS 20
May 13, 1970 $615 MILLION ON THE LINE TUESDAY IN FORWARD THRUST ELECTION 1
May 13, 1970 PARK BOARD TO VIEW PLANS OF TWO NEW PARKS 1
May 13, 1970 COMMUTER FOR RAPID TRANSIT (LETTER FROM SOUTHARD, JOHN) 8
May 13, 1970 TRANSIT COORDINATOR UPHOLDS BART (LETTER FROM COFFMAN, LARRY) 8
May 13, 1970 EX-STATE HIGHWAYS DIRECTOR STRONGLY RAPS RAPID TRANSIT 9
May 13, 1970 NEARLY $1.5 MILLION IN NEW BUS FACILITIES PROPOSED IN AREA 9
May 13, 1970 RAPID TRANSIT APPROVAL WOULD ADD 5000 JOBS OVER 15-YEAR PERIOD 9
May 27, 1970 SCHOOL MUSIC GROUPS COMBINE FOR OPERA HOUSE CONCERT 2
May 27, 1970 LIFE COULD BE FULL OF NEUROSES AND KNEECAPS, BUT NOT FOR GLORIA HURD 1
May 27, 1970 HIGH SCHOOL PIANIST TOP MUSIC FESTIVAL WINNER (HAMMERSTROM, PATTY) 2
May 27, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (REED, KELLY AND BETTY) 11
May 27, 1970 REEDS SEE EUROPE ON THEIR OWN (REED, KELLY AND BETTY) 11
May 27, 1970 NEW CONTROLS PLACED ON BUILDINGS 19
May 27, 1970 ALBERTSON'S WORK STARTS 2
May 27, 1970 AERO KIRKLAND LAWSUIT DROPPED ON BASIS HOUSING WOULD STAY 1
May 27, 1970 3 AREA FISHERMEN DIE OFF WILLAPA (CHRISTOFFERS / PARISH / NORMAN) 1
May 27, 1970 WATERFRONT PARKING AREA MAY BE REVAMPED THIS SUMMER 19
May 27, 1970 MEMORIAL FUND STARTED FOR DONALD (MACDONALD, DONALD) 2
May 27, 1970 TEAM EFFORT PROPOSED FOR EAST SIDE PLANNING 1
May 27, 1970 LWSD TO GRADUATE 674 SENIORS FROM 2 HIGH SCHOOLS 1
May 27, 1970 SCHOOL MUSIC GROUPS COMBINE FOR OPERA HOUSE CONCERT 2
May 27, 1970 SIX BOYS, 20 GIRLS, ARE MOTHERS' AIDES 17
May 27, 1970 FOUR DAYS IN THE FOREST DELIGHT JUANITA STUDENTS 19
May 27, 1970 NORTHWEST COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT JUNE 7 24
May 27, 1970 MARGARET HUTCHISON, MICHAEL BUSE 17
May 27, 1970 MARIE CRUZ, MICHAEL O'LEARY 17
May 27, 1970 BARBARA JEAN JOHNSON, ROBERT DIEHM 17
May 27, 1970 PATRICIA CAMPBELL, BRIAN R MCKILLOP 17
May 27, 1970 NONCONFORMING USES ON HOUGHTON AGENDA 2
May 27, 1970 WATERFRONT PARKING AREA MAY BE REVAMPED THIS SUMMER 19
May 27, 1970 AERO KIRKLAND LAWSUIT DROPPED ON BASIS HOUSING WOULD STAY 1
May 27, 1970 POLICE RECORDERS, CAMERAS APPROVED 2
May 27, 1970 BRADLEY, GEORGE 22
May 27, 1970 BARRIE, LUCY 22
May 27, 1970 TAYLOR, MINNIE 22
May 27, 1970 WOMAN'S CLUB TO INSTALL 17
May 27, 1970 REP ART BROWN TO RUN FOR RE-ELECTION 24
May 27, 1970 MEMORIAL DAY HORSE SHOW APPROVED FOR POINTS COMPETITION 17
May 27, 1970 BROUILETTE REPEATS AS SIDEHORSE CHAMP (BROUILETTE, STEVE) 4
May 27, 1970 CRESTWOOD PARK FUNDS APPROVED 18
May 27, 1970 TRUCKING FIRMS ACT TO HALT OWN 'ENVIRONMENTAL ABUSE' 6
May 27, 1970 DECISION SOUGHT IN AIRPORT SESSION TONIGHT 1
May 27, 1970 AIRPORT OPPONENTS MAY ASK FOR ANOTHER PUBLIC HEARING 6
May 27, 1970 ARTERIAL PROGRAM CONSIDERED 1
May 27, 1970 WATERFRONT PARKING AREA MAY BE REVAMPED THIS SUMMER 19
May 27, 1970 CITY CONSIDERS BONDS FOR FINANCING STREETS 19
May 27, 1970 VETERANS GROUPS PLAN MEMORIALS 1
June 3, 1970 CONGRATULATIONS '70 GRADS 23
June 3, 1970 COUPLE TO BE HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY (LINDE, MR AND MRS WALLACE W) 17
June 3, 1970 CREATIVE ARTS, MUSIC AT SUMMER SCHOOL 15
June 3, 1970 POLICEMAN IS HERO IN NEIGHBORS' EYES AFTER SAFELY DELIVERING BABY (GOODWIN, JIM) 1
June 3, 1970 IF NOT ABOUT TO FALL, YOU'RE NOT GOING AS FAST AS YOU CAN (MCGREW, DICK) 6
June 3, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (SCHOEN, HELEN) 19
June 3, 1970 SEWERS PROPOSED FOR BRIDLE TRAILS AREA 23
June 3, 1970 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT SHOULD BE GLORIFIED SHOPPING CENTER 2
June 3, 1970 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT SHOULD BE GLORIFIED SHOPPING CENTER 2
June 3, 1970 CITY GIVES GO-AHEAD ON REGION PLANNING 1
June 3, 1970 $26.7 MILLION BUDGET OKAYED, BUT BELT-TIGHTENING AHEAD 1
June 3, 1970 LWHS GERMAN STUDENTS TOP IN STATE 2
June 3, 1970 CREATIVE ARTS, MUSIC AT SUMMER SCHOOL 15
June 3, 1970 PHOTOS OF STUDENT OFFICERS 15
June 3, 1970 COMPUTER SYSTEM BEING USED IN SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER 16
June 3, 1970 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL'S CLASS OF '35 OBSERVES 35TH REUNION 17
June 3, 1970 NORTHWEST COLLEGE OFFICERS INSTALL 18
June 3, 1970 58 STUDENTS NAMED TO DEAN'S LIST AT NORTHWEST 22
June 3, 1970 JANICE CULLISON, GERALD SEVERENCE 18
June 3, 1970 LINDA LOU SPRAGUE, GEORGE C PRICE 18
June 3, 1970 CHERYL ANN O'NEILL, JOHN SHRINER 18
June 3, 1970 SHAWNA BOWMAN, RAYMOND TEICHLER 18
June 3, 1970 KATHLEEN DUFFY, JAMES MARTINEAU 18
June 3, 1970 HELEN J PECK, EDWARD M SMITH 18
June 3, 1970 JANICE LEE ORTOLF, STEVEN JOHNSON 18
June 3, 1970 POLICE CLEAN LAKE (PHOTO) 1
June 3, 1970 PAGEANT POSTPONED 1
June 3, 1970 PARK, WATER EVENTS TO MINGLE WITH HISTORY FOR 'FAIR' 17
June 3, 1970 CITY SELLS SURPLUS PROPERTY 2
June 3, 1970 CITY TO BUY TRUCKS UNDER COUNTY DEAL 2
June 3, 1970 CHEMICAL COMPANY TO LOCATE (PACE CHEMICAL CO) 1
June 3, 1970 POLICE CLEAN LAKE (PHOTO) 1
June 3, 1970 RADIO SYSTEM FOR POLICE UNDER STUDY 1
June 3, 1970 POLICE CLEAN LAKE (PHOTO) 1
June 3, 1970 MAN ARRESTED IN DRUG CASE 2
June 3, 1970 STEWART, DONALD 22
June 3, 1970 MCINTYRE, PATRICIA 22
June 3, 1970 SHEPHERD, JOHN 22
June 3, 1970 CUB SCOUTS EARN MORE THAN 100 AWARDS 14
June 3, 1970 NEW SCOUTING ASSISTANT 21-YEAR RESIDENT HERE (MOARATTY, JOHN) 23
June 3, 1970 LWV OFFERS AIDS TO PROGRAM PLANNERS 14
June 3, 1970 BRIAN LEWIS PLANS TO RUN FOR CONGRESS 15
June 3, 1970 POST OFFICE TO CLOSE SATURDAYS 1
June 3, 1970 KIRKLAND HAS MAVERICK PRECINCT (RAPID TRANSIT VOTE) 1
June 3, 1970 REDMOND AIRPORT 'DUPLICATES' DUVALL FACILITY 1
June 3, 1970 VOTERS MAY DECIDE FATE OF AIRPORT IN REDMOND 24
June 3, 1970 KIRKLAND HAS MAVERICK PRECINCT (RAPID TRANSIT VOTE) 1
June 3, 1970 BROKEN MAIN SHUTS OFF WATER 1
June 3, 1970 SEWERS PROPOSED FOR BRIDLE TRAILS AREA 23
June 3, 1970 NANCY SWEITZER, LOREN C DAVIDSON 18
June 3, 1970 BRIDGETT CARR, DAVID RYSEFF 18
June 10, 1970 SCROUNGED MATERIAL USED FOR WHEEL CONSTRUCTED BY JUNIOR HIGH POTTER (SHERWOOD, JOE) 2
June 10, 1970 CAL OFFERS NEW CLASSES 2
June 10, 1970 REDMOND PLANNER LEAVES TO JOIN THE 'REVOLUTION' (COPELAND, GRANT) 1
June 10, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (VAUX, HELEN) 17
June 10, 1970 HOSPITAL BIDS MARKEDLY LOWER THIS TIME 1
June 10, 1970 JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL TAKES SHAPE (PHOTO) 23
June 10, 1970 BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING FOR AREA TRANSFERRED TO SEATTLE OFFICE 1
June 10, 1970 REDEVELOPMENT OF BUSINESS DISTRICT ESSENTIAL FOR RETAIL GROWTH 16
June 10, 1970 REDEVELOPMENT OF BUSINESS DISTRICT ESSENTIAL FOR RETAIL GROWTH 16
June 10, 1970 EAST SIDE PLANNING EFFORT COULD BE KEY TO ATTRACTING SPONSORS 10
June 10, 1970 BRIDLE CREST PRELIMINARY PLAT OKAYED 24
June 10, 1970 HIGH NUMBERS OF AWARDS EARNED BY LWHS GRADUATES 7
June 10, 1970 D OVENELL TAKES DISTRICT POSITION 7
June 10, 1970 ADULT EDUCATION GRADUATES (PHOTO) 17
June 10, 1970 STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTS FORM ACTION GROUP AT KIRKLAND JH 18
June 10, 1970 RETIRING TEACHERS BOTH STARTED IN COUNTRY SCHOOLS (ACKERMAN / WESCOTT) 18
June 10, 1970  EUROPE IS DESTINATION OF LWHS GIRLS 19
June 10, 1970 STUDENT GROUP LEAVING FOR GERMANY 19
June 10, 1970 FINN HILL STUDENTS RUN COMPANY 23
June 10, 1970 FOR FESTIVAL: JAYCEES CHALLENGE OARSMEN TO RACE 19
June 10, 1970 DOG PARADE SET 23
June 10, 1970 REAMS DEFENDS COUNTY CHARTER 1
June 10, 1970 STEEL MILL BRICKS FROM ENGLAND? ORIGIN ROMANTIC BUT LEGEND DISCOUNTED (MCINTYRE HOME) 23
June 10, 1970 PARK PLANS PROGRESS (PHOTO AT HOUGHTON BEACH PARK) 10
June 10, 1970 JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL TAKES SHAPE (PHOTO) 23
June 10, 1970 PARK PLANS PROGRESS (PHOTO AT HOUGHTON BEACH PARK) 10
June 10, 1970 CONTINUANCE OF SHIPYARD USES ASKED 1
June 10, 1970 HOSPITAL BIDS MARKEDLY LOWER THIS TIME 1
June 10, 1970 SEABLOOM, WALT 1
June 10, 1970 SHELDON, FRANCES E 22
June 10, 1970 ROY, DOROTHEA 22
June 10, 1970 JENSEN, CARL 22
June 10, 1970 STENSLAND, MARY 22
June 10, 1970 EGBERT, KITTIE 22
June 10, 1970 PAYNE, SALINA 22
June 10, 1970 CHRISTENSON, MARLEEN J 22
June 10, 1970 MATTILA, FLORENCE M 22
June 10, 1970 GILLE, CYRIL 22
June 10, 1970 OSTHELLER, RALPH 22
June 10, 1970 LWV DELEGATES AFFIRM STAND ON TAX REFORM 17
June 10, 1970 PELLY TO RUN FOR ANOTHER TWO YEARS 24
June 10, 1970 PARK PLANS PROGRESS (PHOTO AT HOUGHTON BEACH PARK) 10
June 10, 1970 EPISCOPAL BISHOP TO VISIT FOR CONFIRMATION 7
June 10, 1970 STEEL MILL BRICKS FROM ENGLAND? ORIGIN ROMANTIC BUT LEGEND DISCOUNTED (MCINTYRE HOME) 23
June 10, 1970 BEAUTY BOOSTS SAILING (PHOTO OF HYDE, SUSAN) 15
June 10, 1970 REASSURANCE TELEPHONE SERVICE BEGINS IN JUNE 7
June 10, 1970 GAIL DILLMAN, BRUCE DRENKEL 17
June 10, 1970 GLADYS PEPPLE, JOE WESLEY RIVERS 17
June 24, 1970 MISS KIRKLAND CLOSES YEAR'S REIGN (CONNOLLY, SUE) 19
June 24, 1970 CAMBODIANS WERE OBLIVIOUS TO REALITY OF CONFLICT (EWARD, LEE) 20
June 24, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (STARK, PEGGY) 25
June 24, 1970 GO-AHEAD GIVEN FOR HOSPITAL SITE WORK 1
June 24, 1970 SELECTION OF NAME FOR FIFTH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL POSES SOME PROBLEMS 11
June 24, 1970 CONDEMNATION MAY BE NECESSARY TO ACQUIRE SITE FOR CENTRAL SCHOOL 11
June 24, 1970 CITY'S APARTMENT PICTURE (MAP OF BEACH APARTMENTS) 2
June 24, 1970 PARK SITE HOUSES SOLD (CRESTWOOD) 21
June 24, 1970 NEW OWNER OF CAR WASH GETS REPRIEVE 20
June 24, 1970 BOY, 15, RESCUED AFTER BEING STUCK SEVEN HOURS IN MUD AND WATER 1
June 24, 1970 MUNICIPAL AND PARK LOCATIONS ARE ASSET TO BUSINESS DISTRICT 18
June 24, 1970 LW TEACHER APPOINTED TO BOARD (GILBERT, EVERETT) 18
June 24, 1970 SEABLOOM SCHOLARSHIP FUND ESTABLISHED 21
June 24, 1970 JANICE CULLISON, GERALD SEVERANCE 20
June 24, 1970 JANICE ANDO, DAVID VETTER 20
June 24, 1970 WEATHER WAS FAIR FOR FAIR 13
June 24, 1970 KIRKLAND RECEIVES $13792 FROM LOCAL SALES TAX COLLECTION 1
June 24, 1970 LAZY DAYS OF SUMMER (PHOTO AT JUANITA BEACH) 2
June 24, 1970 LAZY DAYS OF SUMMER (PHOTO AT JUANITA BEACH) 2
June 24, 1970 CITY'S APARTMENT PICTURE (MAP OF BEACH APARTMENTS) 2
June 24, 1970 KIRKLAND'S CHANGING WATERFRONT ... OR IS IT? 12
June 24, 1970 WHO DISTRESSED (PHOTO OF UPSIDE-DOWN FLAG AT POLICE STATION) 20
June 24, 1970 GO-AHEAD GIVEN FOR HOSPITAL SITE WORK 1
June 24, 1970 IN BOTHELL: UNDERGROUND BUILDING DESIGNED FOR EMERGENCIES 2
June 24, 1970 VAN MOURIK, GEERTRUIDA 25
June 24, 1970 BILLER, RUTH 25
June 24, 1970 LITTELL, ELLEN 25
June 24, 1970 COX, CARY 25
June 24, 1970 FROH, FRANCES 25
June 24, 1970 DEBOLDT, MYRTLE 25
June 24, 1970 VERBARENDSE, HENRY 25
June 24, 1970 BOECKEL, EMIL 25
June 24, 1970 FORTNEY, BIRTIE 25
June 24, 1970 BLUECHEL TO SEEK THIRD TERM 12
June 24, 1970 PLENTY OF ACTION IN SLOW-PITCH SOFTBALL (PHOTOS) 5
June 24, 1970 ...BUT YOU COME OUT SMELLING LIKE A HAMBURGER (MORGAN, DEE - BASEBALL RECOLLECTIONS) 10
June 24, 1970 LAZY DAYS OF SUMMER (PHOTO AT JUANITA BEACH) 2
June 24, 1970 MUNICIPAL AND PARK LOCATIONS ARE ASSET TO BUSINESS DISTRICT 18
June 24, 1970 PARK SITE HOUSES SOLD (CRESTWOOD) 21
June 24, 1970 KIRKLAND'S POPULATION BELOW EXPECTATIONS 1
June 24, 1970 HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT DISPUTES RECOMMENDATIONS ON 520 FREEWAY 1
June 24, 1970 PEDESTRIAN OVERPASS TAKES SHAPE (PHOTO) 2
June 24, 1970 RESIDENTS CONCERNED OVER WIDENING OF JUANITA-WOODINVILLE WAY 21
June 24, 1970 ROSE HILL WATER OFF MONDAY 1
June 24, 1970 CITIES, WATER DISTRICT CHALLENGE RATE INCREASE 1
June 24, 1970 JESSICA REED, RICHARD J CAMP 19
June 24, 1970 LEANNE MEYER, GERALD JOHN TUTKO 19
June 24, 1970 MARLA MCLAUGHLIN, GLEN PINCHIN 19
July 1, 1970 COUPLE HONORED ON 25TH ANNIVERSARY (SPITZER, MR AND MRS ROBERT) 16
July 1, 1970 YOUNG SON BECOMES BARTERING AGENT FOR FAMILY IN THAILAND (BLAKE, CURTIS) 3
July 1, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (GREGORY, BEVERLY) 17
July 1, 1970 UNTO THE FIFTH GENERATION (PHOTO OF GRISWOLD / WOLD FAMILY) 19
July 1, 1970 SADDLE CLUB READIES FACILITIES FOR 600 ENTRIES IN WEEKEND HORSE SHOW 9
July 1, 1970 BREAKTHROUGH SITE BID INTERESTS BOEING 19
July 1, 1970 MERCHANT'S ASSOCIATION RECOMMENDED TO CARRY OUT OBJECTIVES 19
July 1, 1970 MERCHANT'S ASSOCIATION RECOMMENDED TO CARRY OUT OBJECTIVES 19
July 1, 1970 SORORITY EARMARKS PROCEEDS FROM 'DREAM HOUSE' FOR KIDNEY PATIENT 16
July 1, 1970 SPIRIT OF '76 (PHOTO OF KIDS DRESSED UP FOR KINGSGATE PARADE) 1
July 1, 1970 CENTER HAS 3 WINNERS TO SPECIAL OLYMPICS 19
July 1, 1970 KATHERINE KELLUM, BO JAN LENNERBLOM 15
July 1, 1970 JUDI STALWICK, JERRY DALZIEL 15
July 1, 1970 ZOO IS NEW HOME FOR FINN HILL PEACOCK 22
July 1, 1970 SPIRIT OF '76 (PHOTO OF KIDS DRESSED UP FOR KINGSGATE PARADE) 1
July 1, 1970 VOLUNTEER FIREMEN SEEKING NEW EQUIPMENT 1
July 1, 1970 WHAT IS THE REAL LAKE KIRKLAND STORY? 13
July 1, 1970 SPIRIT OF '76 (PHOTO OF KIDS DRESSED UP FOR KINGSGATE PARADE) 1
July 1, 1970 WATERFRONT DICTATES THERE WILL ALWAYS BE A KIRKLAND 1
July 1, 1970 MANLY, JAMES 18
July 1, 1970 GOODWIN, ROBERTA 18
July 1, 1970 JOURNAL WINS IN NATIONAL CONTEST 3
July 1, 1970 SADDLE CLUB READIES FACILITIES FOR 600 ENTRIES IN WEEKEND HORSE SHOW 9
July 1, 1970 JUANITA CHURCH SERVED BY NEW PASTOR (RICE, W FREDERICK - JUANITA COMMUNITY CHURCH) 17
July 1, 1970 WHAT IS THE REAL LAKE KIRKLAND STORY? 13
July 1, 1970 NEW FREIGHT RATE PROPOSAL HEARD BY STATE COMMISSION 1
July 1, 1970 I-90 TO BE UNIQUE DESIGN 1
July 1, 1970 QUALITY OF GENERAL'S SERVICE TO BE TOLD 1
July 1, 1970 MARGARET LYNN HUTCHISON, MICHAEL BUSE 15
July 1, 1970 CAROL CHASE, LEONARD LANDON 15
July 1, 1970 MARILYN CHAPMAN, STEVEN H PHELPS 15
July 1, 1970 NANCY ROGERS, GREGG FIELD 15
July 8, 1970 NURSING HOME PARTY HONORS THE MCILHARDYS (MCILHARDY, MR AND MRS FRANK) 17
July 8, 1970 PETITE BRUNETTE GIRL IS TRAFFIC STOPPER (SCALZO, CELESTE) 1
July 8, 1970 SHE CAME, SHE SAW, SHE'S GOING TO STAY (KISTLER, CAROL) 18
July 8, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (PERRY, LILIAN) 23
July 8, 1970 MARINA BIDS REVIEWED 1
July 8, 1970 FIRST COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE WILL BE IMPROVED TO CONFORM TO BUILDING CODES 1
July 8, 1970 NOT A 747 PLANT, BUT A HIGH SCHOOL (PHOTO OF JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL) 15
July 8, 1970 FLAG RAISING AT SUMMER SCHOOL (PHOTO AT ROBERT FROST) 16
July 8, 1970 NW HALL NAMED FOR DR GRAY 16
July 8, 1970 BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING NEW FIELD FOR BOEING 2
July 8, 1970 LAKE PLAZA PARKING TO BE DEVELOPED 1
July 8, 1970 SCHOOL BOND SALE REQUIRED 2
July 8, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD STILL TAKING CLOSE LOOKS AT SPENDING OVER BIDS 11
July 8, 1970 FEDERAL GRANT ENABLES SPECIAL ED CENTER TO RUN OUTDOOR SESSION 16
July 8, 1970 MORE THAN ENOUGH HOST HOMES FOUND FOR JAPANESE STUDENTS 16
July 8, 1970 DEAN PALMER NAMED OVERLAKE HEADMASTER 18
July 8, 1970 CAROL BLESSING, JOEL H STUART 18
July 8, 1970 VICKI LYNN JOLLY, BRIAN WEST 18
July 8, 1970 MARILYN CARLSON, WILLIAM WARD 18
July 8, 1970 ITALIAN QUEEN'S WILD LIFE LANDS HER IN BELLEVUE (BEES) 1
July 8, 1970 EVERGREEN WALKING HORSE CELEBRATION THIS WEEKEND TO AID NW KIDNEY CENTER 5
July 8, 1970 HORSE SHOW DRAWS SEVERAL THOUSAND 7
July 8, 1970 LONG-TIME JUANITA RESIDENTS REMEMBER FIRST DANCE HALL 15
July 8, 1970 HOUGHTON AREAS TO BE SEWERED 15
July 8, 1970 $300,000 JUANITA BEACH IMPROVEMENT PLANNED BY NEXT SUMMER 2
July 8, 1970 LONG-TIME JUANITA RESIDENTS REMEMBER FIRST DANCE HALL 15
July 8, 1970 MARINA BIDS REVIEWED 1
July 8, 1970 $300,000 JUANITA BEACH IMPROVEMENT PLANNED BY NEXT SUMMER 2
July 8, 1970 POLICE MAKE DRUG ARREST 1
July 8, 1970 POLICE TO GET RADIO SYSTEM 7
July 8, 1970 VANDALS DAMAGE BALLPARK 19
July 8, 1970 DIEHL, ROBERTA 22
July 8, 1970 MILACEK, BARBARA 22
July 8, 1970 HOLTROP, PETE 22
July 8, 1970 RUDY BANKSON NEW ROTARY PRESIDENT 2
July 8, 1970 JUSTICE SHARP TO FILE 15
July 8, 1970 SCOTT LOSES, TAKES ON MOYER (SCOTT, FRASER) 5
July 8, 1970 HORSE SHOW DRAWS SEVERAL THOUSAND 7
July 8, 1970 $300,000 JUANITA BEACH IMPROVEMENT PLANNED BY NEXT SUMMER 2
July 8, 1970 VANDALS DAMAGE BALLPARK 19
July 8, 1970 SAND POINT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS AGAINST AVIATION USE 11
July 8, 1970 PERMIT ASKED FOR BOAT PIER (HADLEY, CHARLES) 15
July 8, 1970 TRANSIT FARE INCREASE REQUESTED 2
July 8, 1970 LAKE PLAZA PARKING TO BE DEVELOPED 1
July 8, 1970 THIRD STREET TO BE IMPROVED 2
July 8, 1970 SIXTH STREET EXTENSION FINISHED (PHOTO) 11
July 8, 1970 RESIDENTS' GROUP OPPOSES WIDENING OF JUANITA-WOODINVILLE ROAD BY COUNTY 16
July 8, 1970 PROPOSED WATER RATE INCREASE FAIR, CITY OFFICIAL CLAIMS 1
July 8, 1970 HOUGHTON AREAS TO BE SEWERED 15
July 8, 1970 SALLY KRININGER, RICHARD HASS 17
July 8, 1970 BUNI LAURA LERCHER, ROBERT JOHNSON 17
July 8, 1970 LAURINDA JEAN SIMPSON, DENNIS BERGSTROM 17
July 8, 1970 KAREN BROWN, KEITH CHILCUTT 17
July 8, 1970 MARCIA HILLER, BARRY D ELLINGSON 17
July 15, 1970 PATIO SHOW (PHOTOS AT CELLAR GALLERY) 2
July 15, 1970 SCOUT, 11, WAS PREPARED IN NEIGHBORHOOD EMERGENCY (WILSON, MARK) 1
July 15, 1970 35-FOOT TRIMARAN IS FIRST VENTURE FOR BOAT BUILDER (SINCLAIR, BOB) 8
July 15, 1970 MARION STURM: YOUR STUDENTS WON'T FORGET YOU 12
July 15, 1970 MEETING PEOPLE HIGHLIGHTS MEMORABLE YEAR FOR LANDERS (LANDER, ROBERT) 13
July 15, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (ROBERTS, CLEO) 13
July 15, 1970 HOSPITAL CEREMONY SLATED 2
July 15, 1970 BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING NEAR FINAL STAGES 1
July 15, 1970 SIXTY-01 EARTH FILL DRAWS NEIGHBORS' IRE 1
July 15, 1970 JUANITA HOUSING NEARS COMPLETION (TURNKEY) 2
July 15, 1970 THREE BOYS HEAD KJHS HONOR ROLL 9
July 15, 1970 CHARLANNE PALMER, JOHN TOLTON 12
July 15, 1970 FIRE TRUCK TO BE BID 6
July 15, 1970 ECONOMY'S HEALTH NEEDS MORE ATTENTION, SAYS LELAND 6
July 15, 1970 CITY ADDS PLANNER TO STAFF (SPANGENBERG, JOHN) 20
July 15, 1970 CITY'S MARINA PARK TO INCLUDE PAVILION 1
July 15, 1970 MARINA COMPLEX PROPOSED FOR LAKEFRONT 2
July 15, 1970 HOSPITAL CEREMONY SLATED 2
July 15, 1970 O'FARRELL, NORMAN 19
July 15, 1970 HART, ANDREW 19
July 15, 1970 HUEY, ANNA 19
July 15, 1970 EVANS, WILLIAM 19
July 15, 1970 RACKHAM, MARGARET 19
July 15, 1970 BOISVERT, MARIE 19
July 15, 1970 SCOUTER MADE UP FOR LATE START BY WORK (NORMAN, LEWIS) 5
July 15, 1970 AUXILIARY'S YOUNGEST PRESIDENT, ANN JESTER, 22, TAKES OVER REINS 12
July 15, 1970 BAYLEY BLASTS CARROLL 8
July 15, 1970 SCOTT BEATS MOYER, CHALLENGES RODRIGUEZ (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
July 15, 1970 ES 440-RELAY GIRLS SET NEW RECORD 5
July 15, 1970 CITY'S MARINA PARK TO INCLUDE PAVILION 1
July 15, 1970 MARINA COMPLEX PROPOSED FOR LAKEFRONT 2
July 15, 1970 COUNCIL SUPPORTS AIRPORT, BUT DELAYS START OF CONSTRUCTION 9
July 15, 1970 35-FOOT TRIMARAN IS FIRST VENTURE FOR BOAT BUILDER (SINCLAIR, BOB) 8
July 15, 1970 HEARING TESTIMONY ATTACKS GENERAL TEL SERVICE 1
July 15, 1970 WATER RATE INCREASES POSTPONED TO OCT 1 6
July 15, 1970 MARGARET BILLINGS, ROBERT JONES 12
July 22, 1970 NEW JUANITA FIRS SAFEWAY STORE 9
July 22, 1970 JUANITA FIRS 76 UNION - GRAND OPENING 12
July 22, 1970 FAMILY PRACTICES TOGETHERNESS (LERCHER, CARL) 13
July 22, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (ANDERSON, SALLY) 14
July 22, 1970 GOLD SHOVELS BEGIN EVERGREEN HOSPITAL (PHOTO) 2
July 22, 1970 CAR WASH PROPOSED 18
July 22, 1970 JUANITA FIRS SAFEWAY OPENING TODAY 20
July 22, 1970 ROBERT VILLAREALE JOINS JUANITA FIRM 20
July 22, 1970 JUANITA HIGH ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT READY TO BEGIN 8B
July 22, 1970 EWBANK TO PASCO SCHOOLS (EWBANK, WILLIAM L) 8B
July 22, 1970 SCHOOLS TO RECEIVE HELP IN DRUG STUDY 8B
July 22, 1970 DISTRICT 110 DENIES GROUP'S SEX EDUCATION APPEAL 1
July 22, 1970 MOCK, MCLAUGHLIN IN NEW SCHOOL ROLES 2
July 22, 1970 SUMMER SCHOOL WAS PROGRAM WITH A DIFFERENCE 13
July 22, 1970 GEORGIE LIEBL, GARY WILDFANG 14
July 22, 1970 YOUNG PEOPLE DOING SOMETHING ABOUT POLLUTION THROUGH RECYCLING 1
July 22, 1970 CITY TO HAVE NEW FIRE TRUCK 8
July 22, 1970 OFF PREMISES SIGNS ORDERED REMOVED 1
July 22, 1970 FUN IN THE SUN AT BEACH AND POOL (PHOTOS) 5
July 22, 1970 BAD NEWS FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS: UNTIL I ADVISE YOU OTHERWISE, EVERYTHING YOU SAY ... 1
July 22, 1970 CITY FACES LAWSUITS IN CIVIL ACTION 18
July 22, 1970 CHAIN OF EVENTS LED TO HOSPITAL GROUNDBREAKING 1
July 22, 1970 CHAIN OF EVENTS LED TO HOSPITAL GROUNDBREAKING 1
July 22, 1970 GOLD SHOVELS BEGIN EVERGREEN HOSPITAL (PHOTO) 2
July 22, 1970 KUSKE, JOHN 8B
July 22, 1970 OLSEN, ROBERT 8B
July 22, 1970 JUSTICE NEILL ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY 18
July 22, 1970 KIRKLAND HOSTS BABE RUTH, LITTLE LEAGUE DISTRICT TOURNEYS 4
July 22, 1970 CRESTWOOD TRAILS READY FOR USE (PHOTOS) 8A
July 22, 1970 PARK DOCK BID LET 2
July 22, 1970 FUN IN THE SUN AT BEACH AND POOL (PHOTOS) 5
July 22, 1970 PARK DOCK BID LET 2
July 22, 1970 TRAIN SIGNAL WAITING FOR 6TH ST OPENING 1
July 22, 1970 HIGHWAY 405 PROGRESSING ON SCHEDULE 8B
July 22, 1970 TRAIN SIGNAL WAITING FOR 6TH ST OPENING 1
July 22, 1970 METRO PROPOSING RATE HIKE 1
July 22, 1970 WATER RATES FOR RETIRED DENIED 2
July 22, 1970 WENDY GRIFFIN, MICHAEL ERICKSON 14
July 29, 1970 SPROUSE-REITZ - GRAND OPENING 10
July 29, 1970 DR GUSTAFSON RESIGNS REDMOND COUNCIL POST 1
July 29, 1970 KNUTSON WEARS HAT OF AUTHOR 1
July 29, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (DAVIDSON. TOSH) 7
July 29, 1970 BUT FOR WIRES, BUILDING WOULD BE DISTINCTIVE (PHOTO OF FLOWERS BUILDING) 6
July 29, 1970 STRATTONWOOD SPURNS SIXTY-01 CONCESSIONS 1
July 29, 1970 TEMPORARY HOUSING FOR YOUTHS FACING CRISIS IS BEING SOUGHT 2
July 29, 1970 YARDAGE FEATURED BY NEW JUANITA FIRS STORE (SPROUSE-REITZ) 8
July 29, 1970 BAN ENDS FOR LOCAL TAVERN (SMOKEHOUSE) 8
July 29, 1970 TEMPORARY HOUSING FOR YOUTHS FACING CRISIS IS BEING SOUGHT 2
July 29, 1970 LW TEACHER TO CHAIR COMMITTEE (SORENSON, BODIL) 2
July 29, 1970 LYZA SCHOLES, JOHN CLARKE 15
July 29, 1970 ECOLOGY PERMITS ASKED FOR MARINA 1
July 29, 1970 BLAZE QUELLED (PHOTO AT 403 7TH AVE W) 2
July 29, 1970 FIREMEN WEARING PATCH TRAINED IN FIRST AID 21
July 29, 1970 AWARD IS 2ND ONE FOR OLSON (OLSON, LEE) 8
July 29, 1970 FIREMEN WEARING PATCH TRAINED IN FIRST AID 21
July 29, 1970 BRILLWARE GROWS INTO SUCCESS STORY 8
July 29, 1970 ECOLOGY PERMITS ASKED FOR MARINA 1
July 29, 1970 LELAND, CHAPIN, LEWIS SAY PROPERTY HOLDINGS NOT UNETHICAL: 2 EAST SIDE LEGISLATORS FILE LIBEL SUIT 1
July 29, 1970 WETSTEIN, JULIUS 17
July 29, 1970 JOHNSON, MARCUS 17
July 29, 1970 LERCHENMUELLER, HANS 17
July 29, 1970 SKOGMAN, VICTOR 17
July 29, 1970 ADAMS, ERMA 17
July 29, 1970 FINNEGAN, FRANCES 17
July 29, 1970 THOMPSON, BRETT 17
July 29, 1970 'ACTING FATHER' ROLE STARTED HIM IN SCOUTING (JONES, ROBERT H JR) 2
July 29, 1970 EDITH MOULTON PARK PUT TO GOOD USE AS GIRL SCOUT DAY CAMP SITE 16
July 29, 1970 NEW SORORITY BEING FORMED IN KIRKLAND (TAU DELTA EPSILON BETA CHAPTER) 15
July 29, 1970 INCUMBENT JUDGES FILE FOR RE-ELECTION 2
July 29, 1970 FEW DEMOCRATS FILE FOR PUBLIC OFFICE 2
July 29, 1970 MANY INCUMBENTS FILE FOR UPCOMING ELECTION 2
July 29, 1970 FRASER, LUIS SHARE ITALIAN LESSON (SCOTT, FRASER) 5
July 29, 1970 EDITH MOULTON PARK PUT TO GOOD USE AS GIRL SCOUT DAY CAMP SITE 16
July 29, 1970 HIGHWAY PEDESTRIAN SPAN (PHOTO) 2
July 29, 1970 SORE MEMBERS MEET WITH COUNTY OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS JUANITA-WOODINVILLE WAY PROJECT 14
July 29, 1970 CITY LEGALLY CAN'T LOWER WATER RATES 1
July 29, 1970 MARSHA ANN SCOTT, DAVID NEAL 15
July 29, 1970 SHAWNA BOWMAN, RAYMOND IKE TRICHLER 15
July 29, 1970 TRUDY SWIFT, RODNEY GLASSETT 15
July 29, 1970 MERRIE WALLACE, BILL MCIVOR 15
August 5, 1970 STATE GRANTS CHARTER FOR BANK OF KIRKLAND 1
August 5, 1970 CONTESTS HELP BARBER KEEP FIT AS HIS FIDDLE (SANDERSON, ALVIN) 1
August 5, 1970 CHANCE VISIT GROWS INTO LASTING NEW FRIENDSHIP (CHING, FRANCIS "BUNKER") 10
August 5, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (CHING, CYNTHIA) 10
August 5, 1970 IT'S A HORSE ... IT'S A PLANE ... AND AWAY WE GO FOR KENNY'S FIRST HAIRCUT (HOFF, KENNY) 13
August 5, 1970 CITIZEN GROUP CHALLENGES HOUSING 1
August 5, 1970 NEW LIQUOR STORE SET 2
August 5, 1970 CITY WOULD REQUEST ROSE HILL COMMERCIAL AREA BE CONTAINED 2
August 5, 1970 SEX ED PROGRAM HIT 2
August 5, 1970 MONTESSORI: STUDENTS NOT MADE TO LEARN, THEY ARE ALLOWED TO LEARN 10
August 5, 1970 EXCHANGE STUDENT GOT HER CHOICE OF COUNTRIES , HOLLAND (RATLIFF, KATHY) 13
August 5, 1970 BEGONIA SOCIETY PLANS ANNUAL SHOW 13
August 5, 1970 PLANNING GROUP ASKS FORD FUNDS 1
August 5, 1970 KIRKLAND'S SALES TAX RECEIPTS UP 10% OVER FIRST MONTH 2
August 5, 1970 CITY WOULD REQUEST ROSE HILL COMMERCIAL AREA BE CONTAINED 2
August 5, 1970 HEALTH HAZARDS BRING OKAY ON NEW SEWERS 1
August 5, 1970 GOOD REASON FOR SLOW CHANGING WATER LEVEL 10
August 5, 1970 STOLEN TV SETS ABANDONED IN WOODS 20
August 5, 1970 INDIANS GATHER AT MARYMOOR 11
August 5, 1970 BAILEY, WILLIAM 15
August 5, 1970 COZAD, MILDRED 15
August 5, 1970 SANDERS, HUBERT 15
August 5, 1970 SCOUTS MAKE 50 MILE HIKE 10
August 5, 1970 INCUMBENTS FACE CONTESTS IN SEPT 15 PRIMARY 1
August 5, 1970 39 DELEGATES TO REPRESENT EASTSIDE REPUBLICANS AT STATE GOP CONVENTION 8
August 5, 1970 GOODLOE FILES FOR SUPREME COURT 8
August 5, 1970 ANDERSEN FILES IN 48TH DIST 8
August 5, 1970 PROSECUTOR CARROLL TO LOSE, SAYS REPUBLICAN CHALLENGER (BAYLEY) 8
August 5, 1970 MEEDS FILES FOR REELECTION 8
August 5, 1970 CHARLES C RALLS VIES FOR COURT POST 20
August 5, 1970 HOFF NAMED JOURNAL AD MANAGER (HOFF, FRED) 2
August 5, 1970 SCOTT TRAINING TEMPO RISES (SCOTT, FRASER) 5
August 5, 1970 GOLFERS ASK LINKS BE KEPT 2
August 5, 1970 PARK PLAN HEARING SCHEDULED 1
August 5, 1970 WORK ON MARINA PARK TO START ON MONDAY 1
August 5, 1970 OIL TANKS MAKE ROOM FOR PARK (PHOTO AT HOUGHTON BEACH PARK) 9
August 5, 1970 BOATING SPOKESMAN RAPS COUNTY INACTION (LETTER FROM HAUBRICK, JIM) 9
August 5, 1970 CITY WOULD REQUEST ROSE HILL COMMERCIAL AREA BE CONTAINED 2
August 5, 1970 FREIGHT RATE ASSOCIATION MEETS TODAY IN RENTON 1
August 5, 1970 BOATING SPOKESMAN RAPS COUNTY INACTION (LETTER FROM HAUBRICK, JIM) 9
August 5, 1970 CONTRACT AWARDED FOR 3RD ST WORK 2
August 5, 1970 PROTESTS STALL TRAFFIC SIGNS 2
August 5, 1970 HEALTH HAZARDS BRING OKAY ON NEW SEWERS 1
August 5, 1970 METRO TO SEEK 75-CENT PER MONTH SEWER RATE INCREASE 1
August 5, 1970 DAWN MARIE NORDLAND, TERRY MOORE 14
August 5, 1970 LEANNE CORLISS, DAVID FREDRICKSON 14
August 5, 1970 JANIE NELSON, DAVID VAN WIERINGEN 14
August 5, 1970 CLAUDETTE MOORE, JEFFREY JOHN CLARK 14
August 12, 1970 JAMES MCCLURE RESIGNS BANK POST 19
August 12, 1970 HE'S A SMOKER AND THE TASTE IS DELICIOUS (GOODLAKE, CLYDE) 1
August 12, 1970 CLASH WITH FERRY CARRIES LESSON (CARKNER, R T) 5
August 12, 1970 RETURNED STUDENT PREFERS DATING AMERICAN STYLE (HULSE, JANICE) 17
August 12, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (ENSLOW, EDITH) 18
August 12, 1970 BRIDLE CREST SUB-DIVISION TO BE STUDIED 2
August 12, 1970 HOMEOWNERS UNHAPPY WITH SIXTY-01, STRATTONWOOD HOMES OFFERED FOR SALE 1
August 12, 1970 BRIDLE CREST SUB-DIVISION TO BE STUDIED 2
August 12, 1970 PETTER DEALERSHIP CITED FOR QUALITY 19
August 12, 1970 IT'S BACK-TO-SCHOOL TIME (PHOTO OF WALLACE, JEFF) 1
August 12, 1970 BRIDLE CREST SUB-DIVISION TO BE STUDIED 2
August 12, 1970 THREE AREA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO LEAVE FOR YEAR'S STAY OVERSEAS 2
August 12, 1970 LINDA ROGERS, ROBERT HENNING 17
August 12, 1970 LYNN MONTGOMERY, ROBERT HUBER 18
August 12, 1970 KIRKLAND PAGEANT RIVALS ATLANTIC CITY 18
August 12, 1970 COUNTY GIVES BOOST TO TOURISM 13
August 12, 1970 FINDLAY, ROBERT 21
August 12, 1970 HENLEY, KAREN 21
August 12, 1970 BRAND, JOHN 21
August 12, 1970 NELSON, MARIE 21
August 12, 1970 BURKHEIMER, RUTH 21
August 12, 1970 LWV ANNOUNCES ISSUE OF COMMEMORATIVE 17
August 12, 1970 SEN LEWIS LISTS INVESTMENTS 1
August 12, 1970 SCOTT'S TRAINING PLAN: WE KNOW WHAT WE HAVE TO DO AND WE'RE DOING IT (SCOTT, FRASER) 5
August 12, 1970 PUBLIC HEARING TOMORROW ON PARK, OPEN SPACE PLAN 1
August 12, 1970 GAS MASKS AND BEE STINGS ... JUST PART OF THE LIFEGUARD SCENE 22
August 12, 1970 CRESTWOOD SITE CLEARING TO START 22
August 12, 1970 LEGISLATORS, SHIPPERS TO DISCUSS FREIGHT RATES 1
August 12, 1970 NE LAKE WASHINGTON SEWER DISTRICT OPPOSES METRO RATE INCREASE 1
August 12, 1970 GENERAL TEL MOVE OFFICES 19
August 12, 1970 MARY CAMPBELL, BRIAN MCKILLOP 17
August 12, 1970 CATHERINE MCANDREW, JEROME RIGGS 17
August 19, 1970 J W RICHARDSON NAMED CHIEF ENGINEER OF PUGET SOUND POWER AND LIGHT 2
August 19, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (HOSS, DOTTIE) 13
August 19, 1970 GIRL VISITOR NATURALLY ATTRACTED TO BRIGHT GUATEMALAN CLOTHES (GRAMAJO, ELIDA) 13
August 19, 1970 FORMER CHURCH REFLECTS FRESH APPROACH (CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST) 2
August 19, 1970 $96556 FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ATHLETIC FIELDS AT JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL OKAYED 1
August 19, 1970 FORMER CHURCH REFLECTS FRESH APPROACH (CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST) 2
August 19, 1970 FORMER CHURCH REFLECTS FRESH APPROACH (CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST) 2
August 19, 1970 APARTMENT OWNERS PLEA TO COUNCIL: RATE BREAK NEEDED TO AVERT BANKRUPTCY 1
August 19, 1970 OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH BRIEFINGS: INFORMATION MEETINGS STILL A CONCERN 1
August 19, 1970 BOEING OUTLINES PLANS, SCHEDULES FOR 168 UNIT OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH 18
August 19, 1970 'BACK DOOR' NOW OPEN 14
August 19, 1970 BUSINESS DISTRICT TO ANNEX 2
August 19, 1970 BOB GARDNER NAMED BY EVANS TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD 1
August 19, 1970 ADULT EDUCATION WILL BEGIN 22ND YEAR 5
August 19, 1970 NEW FACES AT COLLEGE THIS FALL 13
August 19, 1970 NC RECEIVES GRANT TO HELP STOCK LIBRARY 20
August 19, 1970 ONLY SPENDING REFORM WILL CHECK TAXPAYERS' REVOLT, SAYS HOPPE 1
August 19, 1970 CITY WON'T CONDUCT OWN CENSUS 20
August 19, 1970 COSTS SAID LESS UNDER CHARTER 13
August 19, 1970 PELLY VIEWS HOUGHTON BEACH 20
August 19, 1970 PELLY VIEWS HOUGHTON BEACH 20
August 19, 1970 ES MENTAL HEALTH CENTER HAS NEW MEDICAL DIRECTOR 13
August 19, 1970 CLINE, MARY 16
August 19, 1970 BALDWIN, ELIZABETH 16
August 19, 1970 FRANKLIN, JOHN 16
August 19, 1970 TROOP, DOUGLAS 16
August 19, 1970 PEARSON, GEORGE 16
August 19, 1970 MOUNTAINS ARE STRICT TEACHERS 14
August 19, 1970 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT TO BEGIN NINTH YEAR ON EASTSIDE 20
August 19, 1970 PELLY NOT PLANNING TO DEBATE PRITCHARD 12
August 19, 1970 SCOTT CONFIDENT OF VICTORY IN MIDDLEWEIGHT CRUCIAL (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
August 19, 1970 GROUNDBREAKING AT MARINA (PHOTO) 1
August 19, 1970 CREEK FILLED AT PARK (PHOTO AT PETER KIRK MEMORIAL PARK) 20
August 19, 1970 PELLY VIEWS HOUGHTON BEACH 20
August 19, 1970 REVISED FREIGHT RATE EMISSARIES MEET WITH LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE 20
August 19, 1970 SURVEY SAYS REDMONDITES PREFER PARK TO AN AIRPORT 19
August 19, 1970 BRIDGE NOW FOUR LANES (PHOTO OF KENMORE BRIDGE) 2
August 19, 1970 2 SEWER PROJECTS SET SOON 20
August 19, 1970 YU SUN-TOK, DAVID T SHEPHERED 14
August 19, 1970 KATHRYN BROWN, JOSEPH R POOLE 15
August 19, 1970 SUZANNE HILTON, ROBERT JONES 15
August 19, 1970 JULIE ANN YEYNA, DONALD MAYFIELD 15
August 26, 1970 FAMILY RECEPTION HONORS ENGELKES' 59TH ANNIVERSARY 14
August 26, 1970 GREGORY NAMED BY NEW BANK (GREGORY, SIDNEY) 22
August 26, 1970 MAIDER TO BE MANAGER AT PEOPLES (MAIDER, RICHARD W) 22
August 26, 1970 CITY'S PUBLIC SERVICE DIRECTOR WEARS MANY HATS ... COMFORTABLY (KNUTSON, ART) 2
August 26, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (DANGEL, JEAN) 14
August 26, 1970 KIRKLAND BOY WINS PRIZE (APTED, CHRIS) 24
August 26, 1970 CARS HIT HOME AFTER COLLISION 16
August 26, 1970 LARGEST ENROLLMENT EVER TO FILL LW SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASSROOMS 1
August 26, 1970 ADMINISTRATIVE POST DIVIDED BY DISTRICT 2
August 26, 1970 DISTRICT ADDS 61 TO SCHOOL STAFF 5
August 26, 1970 SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM TO START OPENING DAY 14
August 26, 1970 COLLEGE PROGRAM COVERS SEVEN MINISTRY AREAS 24
August 26, 1970 REDMOND BIKE DERBY: JANET THOMPSON NAMED QUEEN (PHOTOS) 17
August 26, 1970 NEARLY ONE-FOURTH OF ALL FIRES IN AREA CLASSIFIED AS SUSPICIOUS IN FIRE REPORT 1
August 26, 1970 SUMMER VANDALISM, THEFTS COST $9000 1
August 26, 1970 MARK TWAIN CONTRACTORS SAY VANDALISM CONSTANT 2
August 26, 1970 CHRISTEN, PAUL 22
August 26, 1970 DYKES, JOHN 22
August 26, 1970 VOTE 19 TO STAY ON BALLOT 2
August 26, 1970 JOURNAL HAS NEW LOOK 1
August 26, 1970 PRIDE, RECORD WOUNDED, SCOTT'S READY FOR MORE ACTION (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
August 26, 1970 NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS BASIS OF CITY PLAN 1
August 26, 1970 DEVICE PICTURE BIBLE (KINGSTON, G E) 13
August 26, 1970 COLLEGE PROGRAM COVERS SEVEN MINISTRY AREAS 24
August 26, 1970 ANTIQUATED SYSTEM HAS RESULTED IN INEQUITIES 1
August 26, 1970 AUTO FREIGHT RATES UNDER FIRE FROM 3 DIRECTIONS 21
August 26, 1970 FOUR-LANING OF SR901 NOVEMBER 1 2
August 26, 1970 ROADS ASSOCIATION OFFERS RESOLUTION 20
August 26, 1970 MISHAP KNOCKS OUT TELEPHONE SERVICE 5
August 26, 1970 POWER FAILURE TRAPS SEVEN IN ELEVATOR 21
August 26, 1970 BOLT BLASTS TREE (PHOTO AT 1810 10TH PL W) 1
August 26, 1970 MARY OSTREM, PETER J MYXTER 15
August 26, 1970 DAISY EGGER, B F VAN BEBBER 15
August 26, 1970 JUDITH WALKER, WILLIAM BOYLES 15
August 26, 1970 LINDA SPRAGUE, GEORGE PRICE 15
August 26, 1970 JOAN BUSEY, JOHN ZEBLEY 15
September 2, 1970 OPEN LETTER ABOUT DISRUPTED TELEPHONE SERVICE 8
September 2, 1970 KIRKLAND HOLDING ITS OWN DURING ECONOMIC SLUMP 1
September 2, 1970 CAN A FAMILY GROUP DEVOTED TO GOOD CLEAN FUN ... (MATHIAS / MCBRIDE) 5
September 2, 1970 SISTERS' UNION STRANGER THAN FICTION (HURST, AGNES / CARLSSON, INGRID) 15
September 2, 1970 GUEST REVISITS THE NORTHWEST (TAMURA, KEITH) 15
September 2, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (CRAUSE, ROBERTA) 16
September 2, 1970 MARKET ASKS LARGER SIGN (ALBERTSON'S) 2
September 2, 1970 KIRKLAND BOY, 16, KILLED IN MOTORCYCLE CRASH (MINDT, ROBERT ALLAN) 1
September 2, 1970 KIRKLAND RESIDENTS USING UGN SERVICES ON INCREASE 9
September 2, 1970 NEARLY 15000 STUDENTS JAM INTO CLASSES 1
September 2, 1970 NEUROLOGY SCHOLARSHIP PROVIDES UNUSUAL JOBS FOR LOCAL STUDENTS 17
September 2, 1970 LWEA EXECUTIVE SEES BUSY YEAR AHEAD 18
September 2, 1970 SUE GOUYD, GARY ALAN ROBY 15
September 2, 1970 STUDY TO BEGIN OF SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 9
September 2, 1970 ARSONISTS STRIKE THREE TIMES AT VACANT HOUSE (202 SIXTH ST) 1
September 2, 1970 CONTROLLED BURN IN CRESTWOOD PARK (PHOTO) 18
September 2, 1970 LWEA EXECUTIVE SEES BUSY YEAR AHEAD 18
September 2, 1970 CITY PLANNERS TO TAKE SECOND LOOK AT PROJECTION OF MARINA INTO LAKE 1
September 2, 1970 WATERFRONT CHANGE (PHOTO AT MARINA PARK) 21
September 2, 1970 LACK OF LEADERSHIP IN PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE HURTS COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT: BAYLEY 1
September 2, 1970 ARSONISTS STRIKE THREE TIMES AT VACANT HOUSE (202 SIXTH ST) 1
September 2, 1970 MINDT, ROBERT 20
September 2, 1970 INGERSOLL, JOHN 20
September 2, 1970 BELLINGS, VIOLA 20
September 2, 1970 BENNETT, ELLEN 20
September 2, 1970 RYAN, JEAN 20
September 2, 1970 REICHERT, PEARLE A 20
September 2, 1970 SKAGGS, CLIFFORD 20
September 2, 1970 ECONOMY NEEDS ME LIKE NEVER BEFORE, PELLY PROCLAIMS 22
September 2, 1970 CITY PLANNERS TO TAKE SECOND LOOK AT PROJECTION OF MARINA INTO LAKE 1
September 2, 1970 CONTROLLED BURN IN CRESTWOOD PARK (PHOTO) 18
September 2, 1970 WATERFRONT CHANGE (PHOTO AT MARINA PARK) 21
September 2, 1970 CITY PLANNERS TO TAKE SECOND LOOK AT PROJECTION OF MARINA INTO LAKE 1
September 2, 1970 INFORMATIONAL MEETING TODAY ON PROPOSAL FOR STATE ROADS 2
September 2, 1970 UNIFORM RATES SET ON PHONE TOLL CALLS 9
September 2, 1970 LOIS ANNE WILLARD, KEITH SULLIVAN 16
September 2, 1970 LOIS ANNE WILLARD, DOUGLAS R HANSEN 16
September 2, 1970 CRYSTAL  HANSEN, KEITH SULLIVAN 16
September 2, 1970 MARGARET ALEXANDER, MICHAEL MURPHY 16
September 9, 1970 POTTER AND HIS CRAFT (PHOTO OF CHERNOFF, WILLIAM) 2
September 9, 1970 JUANITA'S FARMER BROWN HAS HAD A LIFE FULL OF HEYDAYS (BROWN, DUDLEY) 7
September 9, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (WILSON, DIANE) 18
September 9, 1970 TICKET BOOTH READY (PHOTO AT LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH) 4
September 9, 1970 BREAKTHROUGH QUESTIONS ANSWERED 1
September 9, 1970 CRASH ON 405 KILLS CALIFORNIA MAN (DICKSON, STEVEN) 1
September 9, 1970 WAHLER FAMILY SUFFERS TRAGEDY ON MT RAINIER (WAHLER, BRUCE) 2
September 9, 1970 SCHOOLS HAVE FREE, REDUCED PRICE LUNCHES 1
September 9, 1970 TOVI BJORG ARSVOLD, DAVID L TROUT 22
September 9, 1970 JUDITH PORTER, JOSEPH VUCINOVICH 22
September 9, 1970 LEGISLATION ON EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF GAS TAX PRESENTED IN BELLEVUE 23
September 9, 1970 KUCINSKI LEAVING CITY STAFF (KUCINSKI, GARY) 23
September 9, 1970 SHIPYARD OCCUPANTS REPRIEVED 1
September 9, 1970 CARROLL SAYS HE HAS DONE BEST JOB HUMANLY POSSIBLE AS PROSECUTOR 1
September 9, 1970 CANDIDATES CLASH OVER PROSECUTOR'S INVESTIGATING POWER 5
September 9, 1970 PRIMARY ELECTION JUST SIX DAYS AWAY 1
September 9, 1970 CANDIDATES CLASH OVER PROSECUTOR'S INVESTIGATING POWER 5
September 9, 1970 PRITCHARD: CITY SURVIVAL, REVIVAL OF ECONOMY ARE TOP ISSUES 5
September 9, 1970 GILLELAND ATTACKS LELAND 8
September 9, 1970 GOLF COURSE PROPOSED FOR REZONING AS PARK 2
September 9, 1970 NAZARENE PASTOR LEAVING (STEELE, HERBERT) 19
September 9, 1970 LAST TRIP FOR CABOOSE (PHOTO) 5
September 9, 1970 METRO SEWER RATE INCREASE EXPECTED 1
September 9, 1970 SUSAN ROUSE, RICHARD BROPHY 22
September 9, 1970 MARY PFIEFFER, MARC WINSLOW HEROLD 22
September 9, 1970 PATRICIA ANN DENHOLM, EDWARD FALKNER JR 22
September 16, 1970 POET, FOLKSINGER IN CONCERT AT CHURCH (MASTEN, RIC) 2
September 16, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (HARRISON, PENNY) 16
September 16, 1970 BEAUTY WINNER TO COMPETE FOR WORLD PAGEANT TITLE (DOLLEMORE, DEBRA SUE) 17
September 16, 1970 45-YEAR RESIDENT HERE CELEBRATES 96TH BIRTHDAY (DAVIS, CLARA) 17
September 16, 1970 LUX PROPERTY: NEIGHBORS APPROVE USE BUT OBJECT TO REZONE 2
September 16, 1970 AERO KIRKLAND NEARLY COMPLETED (PHOTO) 7
September 16, 1970 HOLMES POINT HOME AMONG THOSE FEATURED ON ARCHITECTURAL TOUR (IHLANFELDT) 17
September 16, 1970 WENTZEL'S CAR WASH PERMITTED 10
September 16, 1970 UGN DOLLARS STAY AT HOME TO AID EASTSIDE HANDICAPPERS WORKSHOPS 11
September 16, 1970 NORTHWEST COLLEGE STARTS SEPT 24 10
September 16, 1970 CLAIRE REID, STEVEN MARSH 18
September 16, 1970 CAROL PARCHETA, G DOUGLAS GRANT 18
September 16, 1970 SHARON TEMPLETON, ROGER WILSON 18
September 16, 1970 CITY TO SELL SURPLUS ITEMS 5
September 16, 1970 REAMS TELLS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: COUNTY CHARTER PROVING EFFICIENT 1
September 16, 1970 GROUP SEEKS BOAT LAUNCH FACILITY AT JUANITA BEACH 10
September 16, 1970 SANDS LUMBER LEASE APPROVED 10
September 16, 1970 CITY PAYS DOCK RENTAL 11
September 16, 1970 SERVICE STATION ROBBED (GENE'S CHEVRON) 1
September 16, 1970 CONOVER, BERT 20
September 16, 1970 RIGOR, GEORGE 20
September 16, 1970 LARSON, CHRISTINA 20
September 16, 1970 BUCKLEY, FRANK 20
September 16, 1970 RYAN, JEAN 20
September 16, 1970 FUGITT, GEORGE 20
September 16, 1970 OLSTAD, VALBORG 20
September 16, 1970 WHITEMAN, ALMA 20
September 16, 1970 MILLER, CLARENCE 20
September 16, 1970 SCHOOL NIGHT FOR SCOUTING TO RECRUIT BOYS 11
September 16, 1970 JOURNAL GARNERS BOTH STATE AWARDS AND NATIONAL TITLE 1
September 16, 1970 SANDS LUMBER LEASE APPROVED 10
September 16, 1970 DO WE NEED GIRLS SOCCER? TRY IT AND SEE! 4
September 16, 1970 GOLF COURSE OWNER RESIST PARK ZONING 1
September 16, 1970 PLANNING COMMISSION REMOVES LAST BLOCK FOR MARINA COMPLEX 1
September 16, 1970 FROM ONE MARINA TO ANOTHER (PHOTO) 1
September 16, 1970 GROUP SEEKS BOAT LAUNCH FACILITY AT JUANITA BEACH 10
September 16, 1970 UNITARIAN MINISTER VIEWS ABORTION ISSUE (MERO, RALPH) 7
September 16, 1970 GROUP SEEKS BOAT LAUNCH FACILITY AT JUANITA BEACH 10
September 16, 1970 MINOR STREETS ALSO REQUIRE CONCRETE CURBS 2
September 16, 1970 RESIDENTS OBJECT TO FLASH SIGNAL 5
September 16, 1970 MEETING SET ON PROPOSED HIGHWAY 605 10
September 16, 1970 $16 MILLION IN HIGHWAY PROJECTS UNDERWAY IN BELLEVUE AREA 10
September 16, 1970 NEW SEWER AREAS INCLUDED IN PLAN 5
September 16, 1970 SUSAN STANLEY, JOSEPH MARTONE 17
September 16, 1970 SUSAN WOLFF, JERRY HOWSON 17
September 16, 1970 DEBORAH CLIFFORD, DANNY FITTING 18
September 16, 1970 MONICA CRUZ, MICHAEL O'LEARY 18
September 23, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (STOKES, ARLINE) 10
September 23, 1970 CARL SANDBURG OPENS DOORS (PHOTO) 23
September 23, 1970 FRIDAY'S HOME TOUR TO BE A BLEND OF OLD AND NEW IN ARCHITECTURE 17
September 23, 1970 $25000 FIRE HITS HOUSE (14234 117TH AVE) 1
September 23, 1970 FRIDAY'S HOME TOUR TO BE A BLEND OF OLD AND NEW IN ARCHITECTURE 17
September 23, 1970 HOW MANY IS A MILLION? STUDENTS SEEK ANSWERS IN BOTTLE CAPS 1
September 23, 1970 EERIE TOMB, HUSKY WOMEN, IDEAL BEACH HIGHLIGHT RUSSIAN TRIP 2
September 23, 1970 COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO ESTABLISH GUIDELINES FOR STUDENT NEWSPAPER 5
September 23, 1970 NW COLLEGE OPENS DOORS THURSDAY 16
September 23, 1970 LW SCHOOL DISTRICT GROWS FASTER THAN ANY OTHER IN INTERMEDIATE 110 19
September 23, 1970 FINAL SCHOOL BUDGET HEARING SCHEDULED 19
September 23, 1970 SOPHS TESTED ON BASIC ENGLISH SKILLS 24
September 23, 1970 JANICE BEAL, JAN GARRETSON 18
September 23, 1970 $25000 FIRE HITS HOUSE (14234 117TH AVE) 1
September 23, 1970 PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS: REP LELAND, JUDGE RUSSELL ARE UPSET 1
September 23, 1970 INCUMBENTS FARE WELL IN LAST WEEK'S PRIMARY ELECTION 2
September 23, 1970 CITY COUNCIL PRAISES PARK PLAN 19
September 23, 1970 BOAT LAUNCH RAMP SHOULD BE BUILT AT JUANITA BEACH, HAUBRICK SAYS 1
September 23, 1970 BOAT LAUNCH RAMP SHOULD BE BUILT AT JUANITA BEACH, HAUBRICK SAYS 1
September 23, 1970 ALTERNATIVES OUTLINED FOR MARINA DEVELOPER 2
September 23, 1970 ONCE PROUD VESSELS OF THE SEA WERE BUILT ON WATERFRONT IN HOUGHTON 19
September 23, 1970 POLICE NAB YOUTH, 19 19
September 23, 1970 SHERROW, INEZ 23
September 23, 1970 CAMERON, MARTIN 23
September 23, 1970 EBEL, RONALD 23
September 23, 1970 HOPKINS, HAROLD 23
September 23, 1970 HORNE, FLORENCE 23
September 23, 1970 BOAT LAUNCH RAMP SHOULD BE BUILT AT JUANITA BEACH, HAUBRICK SAYS 1
September 23, 1970 CITY COUNCIL PRAISES PARK PLAN 19
September 23, 1970 BOAT LAUNCH RAMP SHOULD BE BUILT AT JUANITA BEACH, HAUBRICK SAYS 1
September 23, 1970 ALTERNATIVES OUTLINED FOR MARINA DEVELOPER 2
September 23, 1970 REVIEW OF HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT POLICIES UNDERWAY, SAYS LELAND 19
September 23, 1970 COLLINS ROAD MAY OPEN BY EARLY OCTOBER 19
September 23, 1970 WD 81 CUSTOMERS TO HAVE RATE RAISE 1
September 23, 1970 METRO SEWER RATES TO RISE 75 CENTS 1
September 23, 1970 2 SEWER PROJECTS ARE BID 16
September 23, 1970 SUSAN KENT, HAROLD D ROYS 18
September 23, 1970 KAREN ANN ASHCROFT, JACK MASON 18
September 23, 1970 JUDITH STALWICK, GERALD DALZIEL 18
September 30, 1970 LET'S GET ACQUAINTED (SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT) 1A-18A
September 30, 1970 BLOWN GLASS AND BATIK AT THUMB SHOP 15
September 30, 1970 PRESIDIO MODELS WORK OF GRAPHIC ART SPECIALIST (CORMIER, ROBERT J) 7
September 30, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (ANGLE, TOMMY) 8
September 30, 1970 EXTRA DEMANDS BEING MADE ON UGN THIS YEAR DUE TO ECONOMIC SLUMP 12
September 30, 1970 PUYALLUP FAIR AND CHILDREN ARE EXHILARATING COMBINATION (PHOTOS) 17
September 30, 1970 $26 MILLION SCHOOL BUDGET UP FOR OKAY 1
September 30, 1970 SCHOOL BONDS TO BE SOLD 1
September 30, 1970 MEETING PLANNED ON INITIATIVE TO LIMIT SEX EDUCATION 2
September 30, 1970 SCHOOL DISTRICT ASKS STATE AID TO AVERT DEFICIT 7
September 30, 1970 PTA COUNCIL TO GIVE STRONG SUPPORT TO EDUCATION WEEK IN THIS DISTRICT 12
September 30, 1970 SCHOOL DISTRICT'S FOOD BUSINESS INTENTIONALLY OPERATES WITHOUT A PROFIT 13
September 30, 1970 FIREFIGHTING TEAMS HONORED 7
September 30, 1970 QUALIFICATIONS DEMANDING FOR SERVING ON CITY'S ADVISORY GROUPS 2
September 30, 1970 FERRY LINCOLN RETURNS AS MUSEUM MODEL 1
September 30, 1970 'KIRKLAND ON MY MIND' DANCE TO BENEFIT MUSEUM 13
September 30, 1970 FORMER CITY CLERK WAS DAY EARLY FOR CAPTURING GUNMAN (ANDERSON, GEORGE) 1
September 30, 1970 TWO DRUG ARRESTS MADE 1
September 30, 1970 4 BURGLARIES INVESTIGATED 1
September 30, 1970 OLSEN, CONRAD 9
September 30, 1970 CRUMP, CHARLES W 9
September 30, 1970 JEWELL, PEARL 9
September 30, 1970 MCKEE, ROBERT 9
September 30, 1970 GRIFFITHS, MARTHA 9
September 30, 1970 ONE MAN, ONE BOY IS BIG BROTHERS IDEA 15
September 30, 1970 WHY SO FEW WOMEN IN PUBLIC OFFICE? LOCAL ANSWERS VARY 1
September 30, 1970 FERRY LINCOLN RETURNS AS MUSEUM MODEL 1
September 30, 1970 INTERCHANGE SHAPING UP (PHOTO OF NE 70TH OVERPASS) 2
September 30, 1970 HIGHWAY RESOLUTIONS OKAYED BY STATE ROADS GROUP 7
September 30, 1970 WATER RATES COULD HOLD BUT METRO INCREASE LIKELY 1
September 30, 1970 WD 79 UPS WATER RATES TO CUSTOMERS 1
September 30, 1970 BARBARA JEAN JOHNSON, ROBERT DIEHM 14
September 30, 1970 GEORGIE LIEBL, GARY L WILDFANG 14
September 30, 1970 MARY ANN SPITZNAS, JOHN ELMORE 14
October 7, 1970 CROWS MARK GOLDEN DATE IN PHOENIX (CROW, HARRY & LUCILE) 15
October 7, 1970 R OSTRANDER PLAYS TENNIS WITH AGNEW 1
October 7, 1970 THOMAS STOUT CARRIER OF YEAR 17
October 7, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (BRUCE, ANN) 20
October 7, 1970 COUNTY SUED OVER BREAKTHROUGH 1
October 7, 1970 RESIDENTS CAN SHARE IN UGN 22
October 7, 1970 CITY SHOULD BUY PARKS NOW 18
October 7, 1970 RECORD SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET OKAYED 1
October 7, 1970 NINE TONS OF NEWSPAPERS COLLECTED BY STUDENTS 1
October 7, 1970 SPEECH AND HEARING ABILITY RELATED TO LEARNING 15
October 7, 1970 STUDENTS LIVE-IN AT OVERNIGHT TO LEARN OF THEIR ENVIRONMENT 17
October 7, 1970 2ND GRADERS LEARN ABOUT THEIR TOWN 22
October 7, 1970 ONLY 3 PERSONS DISSATISFIED WITH LW SCHOOL DISTRICT? 22
October 7, 1970 CAROL FERGUSON, PHILLIP FERREN 16
October 7, 1970 FIRE ARE THEIR FOES (PHOTO OF SWEENEY CHILDREN) 1
October 7, 1970 ELY HEADS FIRE CHIEFS OF STATE (ELY, ROBERT) 14
October 7, 1970 TAX MILLAGE REDUCED BUT ASSESSMENT RATE UP 1
October 7, 1970 BURGLARS HIT GAS STATION 2
October 7, 1970 ALEXANDER, JULIE ANN 8
October 7, 1970 IHRIG, FRED A 8
October 7, 1970 MILLER, MARGARET 8
October 7, 1970 BJORKLUND, ARTHUR 8
October 7, 1970 COUNTY AWARDS CONTRACT FOR EDITH MOULTON PARK 2
October 7, 1970 UNIQUE ABORTION ISSUE PRESENTATION TONIGHT AT KIRKLAND CONGREGATIONAL 19
October 7, 1970 HADLEY MARINA SET-BACK TO PERMIT PLAZA ENTRY 19
October 7, 1970 124 NE STILL DELAYED 19
October 7, 1970 COOPERATION DOWNS WIRES (PHOTO) 19
October 7, 1970 CAROL LYNN BLESSING, JOEL STUART 16
October 7, 1970 PAM FALKNER, MICHAEL HUSTON 16
October 7, 1970 DONNA BIRD, DENNIS A LINN 16
October 7, 1970 CONSTANCE CHRISTIANSON, STEVEN SWENCESKI 16
October 14, 1970 CELLAR GALLERY HOURS CHANGED 2
October 14, 1970 PIONEER'S 85TH BIRTHDAY (KEAN, HARRY) 9
October 14, 1970 LW TEACHER IN OPERA GREETS STUDENTS BACKSTAGE (MARTIN, BETTY) 15
October 14, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (ELLIOTT, RUTH) 17
October 14, 1970 BRIDLE CREST PLAT READY FOR COUNCIL 2
October 14, 1970 $95000 ADDITION UNDERWAY AT CUSTOM-KELLY-MOORE PAINT 9
October 14, 1970 MARINA COMPLEX IN KIRKLAND'S FUTURE (SKETCH) 13
October 14, 1970 JUANITA HS BID OPENING OCTOBER 22 2
October 14, 1970 BIBLE COLLEGE PURCHASES LAND NEAR WOODINVILLE INTERCHANGE 2
October 14, 1970 OFFICIAL BREAKTHROUGH BRIEFING MADE TO COUNTY 1
October 14, 1970 ELDERLY FACILITY DEDICATION (CASA JUANITA) 13
October 14, 1970 LIQUOR LICENSE FOR ALBERTSON'S OPPOSED BY LW SCHOOL DIRECTORS 1
October 14, 1970 DISMAYED RESTAURANT OWNER PUT CART BEFORE THE HORSE (CLICK'S) 2
October 14, 1970 OCCUPATION PERMIT INSTEAD OF ZONING CHANGE ADVISED FOR ANTIQUE BUSINESS 22
October 14, 1970 BRIDLE CREST PLAT READY FOR COUNCIL 2
October 14, 1970 PLANNERS TO HAVE GO AT WATERFRONT STUDY 2
October 14, 1970 LIQUOR LICENSE FOR ALBERTSON'S OPPOSED BY LW SCHOOL DIRECTORS 1
October 14, 1970 STUDENTS USE MANY MEDIA TO AIR ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS 18
October 14, 1970 SIX PROGRAMS FOR GIFTED STUDENTS PLANNED THIS YEAR IN SCHOOL DISTRICT 22
October 14, 1970 LA DONNA JOTBLAD, KENNETH VAGUE JR 16
October 14, 1970 SHARON FAY TIMMONS, STEVEN HOWARD 16
October 14, 1970 SUE SKINNER, PAUL STITH 16
October 14, 1970 STUDENTS USE MANY MEDIA TO AIR ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS 18
October 14, 1970 MEMBER INSISTS THAT CITY SEES DRAINAGE MAP 2
October 14, 1970 KIRKLAND OFFICIALS TO SPEAK 2
October 14, 1970 RUBELLA CAMPAIGN STARTS OCT 19 1
October 14, 1970 DRUG PROBLEM SERIOUS HERE, SAYS SPEAKER 13
October 14, 1970 CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION: WOMEN HAVE A CHOICE IN DELIVERING BABIES 15
October 14, 1970 JUANITA HS BID OPENING OCTOBER 22 2
October 14, 1970 PLANNERS TO HAVE GO AT WATERFRONT STUDY 2
October 14, 1970 WOMAN ASSAULTED 2
October 14, 1970 7-11 STORE ROBBED 2
October 14, 1970 WILLETT, AUDELIE 8
October 14, 1970 PAULSON, TILLIE 8
October 14, 1970 DODDS, BERNARD JR 8
October 14, 1970 CAMPBELL, HUGH 8
October 14, 1970 MUSGRAVE, AMBER 8
October 14, 1970 ZIEGENFUSS, INEZ 8
October 14, 1970 NORDNESS, CHESTER 8
October 14, 1970 KRUCHEK, SAYLOR 8
October 14, 1970 BAILEY, HOWARD 8
October 14, 1970 ELDUEN, IVER 8
October 14, 1970 JAMES, JACK 8
October 14, 1970 HETZEL NEW JOURNAL CIRCULATION MANAGER (HETZEL, ROY) 22
October 14, 1970 CITY SEEKS TO DEFINE PARK USES ALONG WITH CONTROLS AND VIOLATIONS 1
October 14, 1970 CITY'S PURCHASE OF GOLF LINKS EXPLORED 1
October 14, 1970 PROGRAM ON ABORTION USES ROLE-PLAYERS 2
October 14, 1970 NEW MINISTER IN JUANITA (PHILLIPS, GALE) 2
October 14, 1970 A ROAD BY ANY OTHER NAME WOULD BE AS CLOSED (COLLINS, RD) 19
October 14, 1970 HUD APPROVAL CLEARS WAY FOR 520 19
October 14, 1970 PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE IS MASSIVE (PHOTO) 22
October 14, 1970 GARBAGE RATE INCREASES SCHEDULED 1
October 14, 1970 SHARON TEMPLETON, ROGER WILSON 16
October 14, 1970 JEAN ARNOLD, GREGORY REBHUHN 16
October 14, 1970 MARLENE MAE MARSH, RICHARD ACKLEY 17
October 21, 1970 RICHARD BENNETT AT RICHARD BENNETT 1
October 21, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (WEISS, SHANNON) 18
October 21, 1970 JUANITA HIGH BIDS OPENING 2
October 21, 1970 APARTMENT OWNERS AGAINST BREAKTHROUGH 2
October 21, 1970 ZONING FOR DEVELOPMENT COULD BE NEW PLANNING TOOL 1
October 21, 1970 RICHARD BENNETT AT RICHARD BENNETT 1
October 21, 1970 CONTRACT FOR COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM APPROVED 2
October 21, 1970 AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK TO BE CELEBRATED BY AREA SCHOOLS 7
October 21, 1970 NOTED AUTHOR VISITS LWSD (WAHL, JAN) 7
October 21, 1970 INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL BOARD WAIVES APPEAL JURISDICTION 10
October 21, 1970 DECLINING ECONOMY MEANS INCREASING ENROLLMENT AT ADULT ED CENTER 11
October 21, 1970 SPEECH AND HEARING PRESCHOOL HELPS KIRKLAND AREA CHILDREN 18
October 21, 1970 SCHOOL BOARD ENDORSES TAX REFORM PACKAGE 21
October 21, 1970 LILLIE CORMANA, CHRISTOPHER CHAPPON 17
October 21, 1970 STATE LAWS HAVE ENOUGH TEETH TO PUT BITE ON AIR POLLUTION 1
October 21, 1970 POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD AND CITY TO COOPERATE 2
October 21, 1970 WATER POLLUTION CONTROLLERS GET CALLED ON EVERYTHING 24
October 21, 1970 LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS TO SURVEY PLANNING IN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 7
October 21, 1970 SIGN ORDINANCE BOUNCES BACK FOR MORE CHANGES 2
October 21, 1970 CITY SELLS SURPLUS ITEMS 7
October 21, 1970 JUANITA HIGH BIDS OPENING 2
October 21, 1970 DISTRICT FOOD SERVICES DIRECTOR CRITICIZES SALARY NEGOTIATIONS 2
October 21, 1970 PARK BOARD SUPPORTS WATERFRONT ACQUISITION POLICY 1
October 21, 1970 'DRUG RELISH' CASE AT RHS UNPROVEN 1
October 21, 1970 VANDALS DAMAGE MARINA 1
October 21, 1970 DOWN THE DRAIN (PHOTO OF LIQUOR BEING POURED IN SEWER) 2
October 21, 1970 DR FEEK LEAVING KIRKLAND 11
October 21, 1970 BADCON, JIM 22
October 21, 1970 WOOD, JUSTINE FOSS 22
October 21, 1970 ALMOND, CATHERINE 22
October 21, 1970 KRZESZOWSKI, JOHNNY 22
October 21, 1970 STOPYRA, WALTER 22
October 21, 1970 HULBERT, PATSY 22
October 21, 1970 EAST SIDE ACLU GROUP FORMING 1
October 21, 1970 BREASTFEEDING IN A BOTTLE CULTURE - THE LA LECHE LEAGUE WANTS TO HELP 17
October 21, 1970 PARK BOARD SUPPORTS WATERFRONT ACQUISITION POLICY 1
October 21, 1970 BARGE GOES AGROUND 1
October 21, 1970 I-405 SECTION TO OPEN 1
October 21, 1970 CITY PUTS PARKING IN PLAN 7
October 21, 1970 HOUSEHOLDER COMPLAINTS AGAINST GARBAGE RECOGNIZED 23
October 28, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (ROTH, JOSI) 13
October 28, 1970 LOW INCOME HOUSING - A TREND TOWARD SMALLER PROJECTS 1
October 28, 1970 COUNTY OKAYS BREAKTHROUGH 1
October 28, 1970 DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE SCHEDULED AT A G BELL 21
October 28, 1970 RESTAURANT OWNERS OFFER CAREER IDEAS 26
October 28, 1970 MAUREEN IRELAND, JERRY KINDINGER 20
October 28, 1970 ANDERSON RAPS ECOLOGY OFFICIAL 1
October 28, 1970 MOVING HUGE TREE DETAILS KEPT SECRET 1
October 28, 1970 CITY OFFICIALS APPEAR AT PTA MEETING 26
October 28, 1970 NEW MUSEUM IS BURSTING AT SEAMS 25
October 28, 1970 BOMB THREAT AT LWHS 1
October 28, 1970 EAST SIDE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER CAN COPE WITH ANY PROBLEM 2
October 28, 1970 WITH SO MANY DRUGS AVAILABLE, WHY CHOOSE NATURAL CHILDBIRTH 19
October 28, 1970 SCOTT, NORVAL 25
October 28, 1970 KUNTZ, ARTHUR 25
October 28, 1970 BLACK, HUGH 25
October 28, 1970 GREENFIELD, CLARENCE 25
October 28, 1970 SWEENEY, HILDA 25
October 28, 1970 EAST SIDE ACLU UNIT OFFICIAL 21
October 28, 1970 CANDIDATES GIVE BACKGROUNDS, PHILOSOPHIES TO AID JOURNAL READERS 6-7, 10
October 28, 1970 PROSECUTOR'S RACE, TAX REFORM EXPECTED TO DRAW RECORD TURNOUT 1
October 28, 1970 REOPENING OF OLD REDMOND ROAD SET BACK TO NOVEMBER 10 11
October 28, 1970 SHEILA BROWN, ROBERT WYLLIE 20
October 28, 1970 CAROLYN CAVIN, VINCENT WIRKMAN 20
October 28, 1970 FRANCES SAARINEN, JIM FLEXER 20
November 4, 1970 CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN TO OPEN OFFICE IN JUANITA JAN 2 13
November 4, 1970 LAMPAERT TO HEAD KIRKLAND NBC 14
November 4, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (HUGHES, LOU) 6
November 4, 1970 MRS AVERY HAS TWO BIRTHDAY PARTIES (AVERY, ADDIE) 15
November 4, 1970 SCHOOL DISTRICT MAY FACE FINANCIAL WOES IF STATE UPS LEASE RATE ON LAND 1
November 4, 1970 CHAMBER'S NEW BOARD MEMBERS PRESENTED 14
November 4, 1970 ONE WEEK REMAINS FOR LAGGING UGN DRIVE 20
November 4, 1970 PARENTS LEARN TRAGIC LESSON THAT SOME TOYS AREN'T SAFE (SHOCKING, H ALLEN) 1
November 4, 1970 $1.675 MILLION IN BONDS SOLD BY LW SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
November 4, 1970 TWAIN ELEMENTARY SELECTED FOR NATIONAL EVALUATION 5
November 4, 1970 SHARON DAILY, DANIEL CAIN 15
November 4, 1970 5 MILLION SALMON PLANTED 4
November 4, 1970 PRELIMINARY BUDGET PROVIDES FOR NEW CITY PROGRAMS 1
November 4, 1970 NEARLY 80% OF SCHOOL CHILDREN RECEIVE RUBELLA SHOTS 17
November 4, 1970 ROCKET RESEARCH GENERATOR COULD CUT TRAFFIC DEATHS 1
November 4, 1970 MARINA BEGINS TO RESEMBLE A MARINA (PHOTOS) 2
November 4, 1970 DYNAMITE BLAST SHATTERS KIRKLAND'S NERVES 1
November 4, 1970 MENTAL HEALTH CENTER SERVES BOTH THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE COMMUNITY 6
November 4, 1970 WHEN MY WIFE MENTIONED HOME DELIVERY, I THOUGHT SHE WAS CRAZY 15
November 4, 1970 EELLS, FRED 6
November 4, 1970 KING, ROXY ANN 6
November 4, 1970 MORRIS, CHESTER 6
November 4, 1970 HARRIS, PAULINE 6
November 4, 1970 SCOTT WINS BY KO IN 3 (SCOTT, FRASER) 5
November 4, 1970 MARINA BEGINS TO RESEMBLE A MARINA (PHOTOS) 2
November 4, 1970 BRIDGE CLOSURE TIMES SET 7
November 4, 1970 I-405 SECTION OPENS 14
November 4, 1970 OBJECTION RAISED TO GARBAGE RATE INCREASE WITHOUT PERFORMANCE 14
November 4, 1970 BETTE JEAN RORABACK, KENNETH OVERVOLD 15
November 4, 1970 WENDY-JEAN DILLEHAY, MICHAEL FISHER 15
November 4, 1970 SUE FRITCHMAN, ROBIN TUMPACH 18
November 4, 1970 CHARLANNE PALMER, JOHN TOLTON 18
November 4, 1970 SUSANN LEE HOWARD, THOMAS MARTIN 18
November 11, 1970 COACHES WIVES HAVE COMMON CAUSE FOR JOY AND MISERY 15
November 11, 1970 WARREN POWELL, 15, NAMED IN INTERLOCHEN ORCHESTRA 15
November 11, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (KELLIE, BETTY) 18
November 11, 1970 PHASE II OF JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL TO COST $3 MILLION 1
November 11, 1970 REDMOND CONSIDERS 60-01 SHUTDOWN 1
November 11, 1970 CONDOMINIUM TOWER ACTION DELAYED 90 DAYS 1
November 11, 1970 CITY WINS ROUND IN OPPOSING MORE NE 85TH COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT 1
November 11, 1970 EXEMPLARY SERVICE STATION (PHOTO OF SHELL OIL STATION) 1
November 11, 1970 PERMIT GIVEN TO OPERATE ANTIQUE SHOP 13
November 11, 1970 LOCAL UGN AT 60% IN FINAL WEEK 2
November 11, 1970 CITY WINS ROUND IN OPPOSING MORE NE 85TH COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT 1
November 11, 1970 HIGH SCHOOLERS OFFERED BEAUTY COLLEGE PROGRAM 2
November 11, 1970 NATIONAL STUDY TEAM WILL EVALUATE LW EDUCATION ASSOCIATION NEXT WEEK 17
November 11, 1970 MANDATORY ATTENDANCE RULES TIGHTENED IN SCHOOL DISTRICT 17
November 11, 1970 'FIREMEN SAVE MY CHILD' LITERALLY TRUE, MOTHER SAYS (HOFF, MRS JAMES) 2
November 11, 1970 KIRKLAND-REDMOND VOTERS FOLLOW TRENDS 2
November 11, 1970 KIRKLAND RECEIVES $29,412 FROM OPTIONAL LOCAL SALES TAX 1
November 11, 1970 A BIT OF OLD KIRKLAND IN MUSEUM (FIRE HYDRANT) 19
November 11, 1970 SUSPECT ARRESTED IN KIRKLAND BOMBING 1
November 11, 1970 CHRISTOPHERSON, OLIVE 9
November 11, 1970 RENARD, MARTHA 9
November 11, 1970 HART, EDITH 9
November 11, 1970 COGGBURN, HAROLD 9
November 11, 1970 SCOTT SIGNS FOR PARIS FIGHT (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
November 11, 1970 PARK CODE ADOPTED FOR CITY 13
November 11, 1970 TRANSPORTATION PLANS WILL BE SCRUTINIZED 2
November 11, 1970 AUBURN-BOTHELL ROAD FINDINGS TO BE PRESENTED 2
November 11, 1970 RESIDENT DECRIES $18.75 GARBAGE RATE 1
November 11, 1970 MARILY VINOYA, DELMAR STROUD 16
November 11, 1970 CAROL FERGUSON, PHILLIP FERREN 16
November 18, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (MCCORMICK, DOROTHY) 17
November 18, 1970 DISCOVERED JUNK FINDS NEW HOME WITH MCCORMICKS (MCCORMICK, DOROTHY) 17
November 18, 1970 METHODISTS CONSECRATE PARSONAGE 13
November 18, 1970 FEDERAL SUBSIDY APPROVED (RENT) 1
November 18, 1970 SOLUTION SOUGHT TO CONTINUE STATION TAKEN BY HIGHWAY 2
November 18, 1970 EMERGENCY FOOD BANK TO OPEN IN KIRKLAND 2
November 18, 1970 129% INCREASE IN STUDENT ENROLLMENT BY 1976 1
November 18, 1970 STATE FUNDS FOR LWSD TO DROP? 1
November 18, 1970 STUDENTS INVADE KIRKLAND COUNCIL MEETINGS 1
November 18, 1970 SCHOOL LIBRARIES HAVE COME A LONG WAY IN JUST 10 YEARS 2
November 18, 1970 KAREN ANN CARLSON, LEE R BATES 16
November 18, 1970 JUDITH KIEFFER, MICHAEL RICE 16
November 18, 1970 KATHLEEN COOPER, JAMES HOVIS 16
November 18, 1970 LINDA JANE SAX, JOHN GARRISON 16
November 18, 1970 SHARYN WHEELER, C W HOPLEY JR 16
November 18, 1970 ROCK CONCERT FREE TO ADULTS 2
November 18, 1970 BIG ERROR IN SALES TAX DISBURSEMENT TO KIRKLAND DISCOVERED BY STATE SURVEY 1
November 18, 1970 FEDERAL SUBSIDY APPROVED (RENT) 1
November 18, 1970 STUDENTS INVADE KIRKLAND COUNCIL MEETINGS 1
November 18, 1970 CITY MUST PAY $5000 (BULCYA, AL) 2
November 18, 1970 DANGEROUS DRUG CHARTS AVAILABLE 14
November 18, 1970 YES, MR & MRS UNEMPLOYED, THERE IS A SANTA CLAUS 1
November 18, 1970 THROUGH THE ENCHANTED CASTLE WITH HANSEL AND GRETEL 2
November 18, 1970 APPARENT MURDER-SUICIDE DISCOVERED (DAVIES) 2
November 18, 1970 SUIT FILED OVER ASSAULTS AT PRIMEAUS 2
November 18, 1970 STEVENS, HARRIET 8
November 18, 1970 ANDERSON, WALTER 8
November 18, 1970 BAILEY, ROBERT 8
November 18, 1970 SMITH, DOROTHY 8
November 18, 1970 BRAIN, FRANK 8
November 18, 1970 STARK, MICHAEL 8
November 18, 1970 RAIN DOESN'T STOP GIRL SCOUTS FROM HAVING DAY AT JUANITA BEACH 22
November 18, 1970 WOMAN'S CLUB MIXES FUN WITH PROJECTS 15
November 18, 1970 PARKS DEPARTMENT THANKS THOSE WHO DONATED PLANTS TO CITY PARKS (LETTER) 20
November 18, 1970 FREEWAY EAST OF LAKE SAMMAMISH NOT JUSTIFIED 1
November 18, 1970 A SMOOTHER, WIDER NE 24TH (PHOTO) 1
November 18, 1970 CITY GARBAGE PACT DELAYED BY COMPLAINTS 2
November 18, 1970 JUDY PENNELL, CHARLES DONAHUE 16
November 18, 1970 HENRIETTA PALMER, WILLIAM A CHAMNESS 16
November 25, 1970 CRABTREES WED 63 YEARS AGO (CRABTREE, MR AND MRS D W) 18
November 25, 1970 STOCKHOLDERS OF NEW BANK HEAR PLANS (BANK OF KIRKLAND) 16
November 25, 1970 TRACKS OF SASQUATCH MAKE NEAR-BELIEVERS OF COUPLE (ROWELL, MR & MRS W E) 1
November 25, 1970 FOOTBALL OR ART, BOTH COME EASY TO CAL SCULPTURE INSTRUCTOR (BOOTS, STEVE) 2
November 25, 1970 JOVAG'S ARK HAS DRY PASSAGE ON BUSY THOROUGHFARES (JOVAG, DON) 11
November 25, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (SHAW, GORDON) 16
November 25, 1970 BREAKTHROUGH MARKETING PLAN APPROVED 1
November 25, 1970 SIXTY-01 SECOND PHASE COULD BE HALTED 1
November 25, 1970 CASA JUANITA RESIDENTS FIND RETIREMENT BETTER THAN THEY EXPECTED 17
November 25, 1970 NOT AROUND KIRKLAND: DID SOMEONE SAY BUSINESS WAS BAD? 1
November 25, 1970 MEASURES PASSED TO CONTROL EXCAVATING OR STRIPPING LAND 1
November 25, 1970 EAST SIDE LEADERS STRESS NEED FOR REGIONAL COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 2
November 25, 1970 BIG ROCK CONCERT TONIGHT AT LW HIGH SCHOOL 6
November 25, 1970 SWEET ADELINES SHOW DATES SET 17
November 25, 1970 CITY REVISES SOME SIGN REGULATIONS 7
November 25, 1970 STUDENTS AGREE ANTICIPATION WORSE PART OF GIVING BLOOD 24
November 25, 1970 CASTLE BUSIER PLACE THAN SANTA'S WORKSHOP 2
November 25, 1970 WALLACE, MURRY 10
November 25, 1970 OGDEN, CLAYTON 10
November 25, 1970 MORRIS, GEORGIEBEL 10
November 25, 1970 DAVIES, JUDITH 10
November 25, 1970 DAVIES, GARY 10
November 25, 1970 NEW OPERATORS AT JUANITA (PHOT AT GOLF COURSE) 5
November 25, 1970 NE 85TH EXIT RAMP TO CLOSE 1
November 25, 1970 CITY PASSES CONTROLS FOR STREET CUTS 2
November 25, 1970 405 SECTION HONORED FOR DESIGN 11
November 25, 1970 TELEPHONE LINES PLACED 2
November 25, 1970 CONNIE JO SPENCER, JEROME SCHNEIDER 18
November 25, 1970 VICKI JOLLY, BRIAN WEST 18
November 25, 1970 MARY SPENCER, JEROME R BRAND 18
November 25, 1970 KATHERINE WILLARD, ROBERT CARSON 18
December 2, 1970 EMIL ENGELBREKT READY FOR 28TH CHRISTMAS AS MAIL CARRIER 1
December 2, 1970 ROSE BOWL VICTOR ENDS 16 YEARS OF FRUSTRATION (MYNAR, DELL) 4
December 2, 1970 WILLARDS SEE MISSION WORK ON WORLD TOUR (WILLARD, REV AND MRS HARLOW) 9
December 2, 1970 CHILD'S INJURY CONFIRMS NEED FOR SAFE TOYS (SHOCKLEY, TODD) 13
December 2, 1970 ENTHUSIASM KEEPS LOCAL SENIOR CITIZENS ON THE GO 15
December 2, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (HAGGARD, MARIJUNE) 16
December 2, 1970 PAIR RENEW FAMILY TIES IN ENGLAND (DOUCETTE, CAROL / FLORENCE SPENCER) 17
December 2, 1970 FOOD BANK CAME TO RESCUE OF SEATTLE CENTRAL AREA 2
December 2, 1970 PETTER TO HEAD NORTH COUNTY DIMES DRIVE FOR THIRD TIME 9
December 2, 1970 ANNEXATION HEARING SET (MAP) 9
December 2, 1970 PUBLIC MEETINGS PLANNED TO DETERMINE AMOUNT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL LEVY 1
December 2, 1970 CHURCH MUSIC DIRECTOR HERE TO TEACH NEW PIANO TECHNIQUE (PULLIAM, WILLIAM) 9
December 2, 1970 PTA COUNCIL TO OPEN MEETING TO DISCUSSION OF LEVY NEEDS 9
December 2, 1970 JANICE PIPER, JAMES BERGERON 16
December 2, 1970 NO MORE OUTSIDE BURNING 1
December 2, 1970 KIRKLAND'S MILLAGE HIGHEST AMONG MAJOR CITIES 1
December 2, 1970 CITY BUDGET INCLUDES 6% SALARY INCREASES 1
December 2, 1970 CASTLE TO HAVE GOOD WITCH 1
December 2, 1970 FANTASY LAND, KALEIDOSCOPE ROOM AND PUPPETS AWAIT CASTLE VISITORS 2
December 2, 1970 'TIS THE SEASON (PHOTO OF STREET DECORATIONS) 22
December 2, 1970 WATERFRONT STUDY PREVIEWED 20
December 2, 1970 3 BURGLARIES OVER HOLIDAYS 9
December 2, 1970 CALLAWAY, ALBERT 8
December 2, 1970 HAMILTON, DAVID 8
December 2, 1970 GRADALIN, YOHANN 8
December 2, 1970 HUTCHINSON, ANN 8
December 2, 1970 BADLEY, ESTHER 8
December 2, 1970 BAILEY, ELLEN 8
December 2, 1970 MCLEAN, LONNIE 8
December 2, 1970 EMIL ENGELBREKT READY FOR 28TH CHRISTMAS AS MAIL CARRIER 1
December 2, 1970 WILLARDS SEE MISSION WORK ON WORLD TOUR (WILLARD, REV AND MRS HARLOW) 9
December 2, 1970 GENERAL TEL URGING CUSTOMERS TO PUT PRESSURE ON N VIETNAM 22
December 2, 1970 KATHLEEN DUFFY, JAMES MARTINEAU 16
December 2, 1970 KATHERINE SICKLER, SCOTT MCCALLUM 16
December 9, 1970 NB OF C TO BUILD NEW BRANCH BETWEEN KIRKLAND-BELLEVUE 10
December 9, 1970 PAIR TO HELP PRISONERS OF WAR (HEAVERLO, MR AND MRS J S) 3
December 9, 1970 AUDUBON STUDENTS WATCH POTTER'S MAGIC HANDS (HOLDEN, DELPHA) 6
December 9, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (COLEMAN, SALLY SUE) 16
December 9, 1970 TAPES KEEP FAMILY IN CLOSE TOUCH (OLIVER, BILL) 18
December 9, 1970 MARKET TO RESTAURANT (PHOTO OF MILT'S MARKET - OWEN'S RESTAURANT) 10
December 9, 1970 BID OPENING DECEMBER 22 FOR PHASE TWO OF BCC 10
December 9, 1970 NORKIRK RECEIVES NEW FLAG 11
December 9, 1970 CONSTRUCTION OF CHURCH TO BEGIN (OVERLAKE CHRISTIAN) 10
December 9, 1970 BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING WINS ROUND IN COURT 1
December 9, 1970 11TH-HOUR OPENING HALTS CLOSING OF 60-01 7
December 9, 1970 ALBERTSON'S ASKS SCHOOL BOARD TO RECONSIDER LIQUOR LICENSE 1
December 9, 1970 MARKET TO RESTAURANT (PHOTO OF MILT'S MARKET - OWEN'S RESTAURANT) 10
December 9, 1970 FIREMEN ASSISTING THE NEEDY 3
December 9, 1970 FOOD BANK REQUESTS CONTINUE 15
December 9, 1970 YARROW BAY YACHT CLUB TO JOIN HOLIDAY CRUISE FOR HANDICAPPED 17
December 9, 1970 OUR SCHOOLS ONLY AS GOOD AS WE MAKE THEM (BATCHELDER, JEAN ANN) 19
December 9, 1970 $5.6 MILLION SPECIAL LEVY RECOMMENDED TO SCHOOL BOARD 1
December 9, 1970 ALBERTSON'S ASKS SCHOOL BOARD TO RECONSIDER LIQUOR LICENSE 1
December 9, 1970 AUDUBON STUDENTS WATCH POTTER'S MAGIC HANDS (HOLDEN, DELPHA) 6
December 9, 1970 AVANT GARDE PUPPETRY AT LWHS IS TOTAL EFFORT 15
December 9, 1970 ADULT CLASSES RANK HIGH AS WAY TO USE LEISURE TIME 17
December 9, 1970 DONNA CONNOR, TERRY TUFTS 17
December 9, 1970 TO SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT, THE DUCKS NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD 11
December 9, 1970 MAYOR FACES JESTERS (PETTICOAT LANE TAVERN) 3
December 9, 1970 KIRKLAND'S 1971 BUDGET RESPONSIVE TO PUBLIC AND CITY'S CAPITAL NEEDS 24
December 9, 1970 CHRISTMAS AROUND THE CORNER 3
December 9, 1970 POLICE TO GET TIME OFF FOR OVERTIME 24
December 9, 1970 BEETLE, HOWARD HANSEN 3
December 9, 1970 BALL, RUTH 12
December 9, 1970 WETMORE, CLARENCE 12
December 9, 1970 COBERT, RUTH 12
December 9, 1970 LEVERETT, WILLIAM 12
December 9, 1970 BODDY, MAUDE 12
December 9, 1970 ROSE, OTTO 12
December 9, 1970 SEEGER, EMIL 12
December 9, 1970 YARROW BAY YACHT CLUB TO JOIN HOLIDAY CRUISE FOR HANDICAPPED 17
December 9, 1970 WEST RAPS INEQUITY OF PARIS CONTRACTS (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
December 9, 1970 PARK NOW HAS BENCHES (PHOTO AT MARINA PARK) 11
December 9, 1970 YARROW BAY YACHT CLUB TO JOIN HOLIDAY CRUISE FOR HANDICAPPED 17
December 9, 1970 KIRKLAND AND WD81 BLAZE TRAIL IN JOINT AGREEMENT FOR WATER 1
December 9, 1970 HIGH WINDS, TORRENTIAL RAINS LASH CITY 1
December 9, 1970 MICHELLE LAMPAERT, WILLIAM HALEY JR 18
December 16, 1970 ALBERTSON'S GRAND OPENING (SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT) 28-32
December 16, 1970 BANK OF KIRKLAND OPEN TO PUBLIC 1
December 16, 1970 NEW BANK HAS EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL (BANK OF KIRKLAND) 26
December 16, 1970 YOU DON'T THINK IT COULD HAPPEN IN YOUR OWN SUBURBAN HOME (EDWARDS, LOREN) 1
December 16, 1970 SCOUT'S HEROIC ACT WINS NATIONAL HONOR (WILSON, MARK) 1
December 16, 1970 FOR A 'SLOW LEARNER', SHE'S PROGRESSING WELL (HELLENTHAL, ALVERNE) 8
December 16, 1970 2 LWHS STUDENTS ON YOUTH COUNCIL (TALLY, MARY / MEYERS, DOT) 21
December 16, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (MEYER, AVICE) 23
December 16, 1970 NEW HOSPITAL SILHOUETTED (PHOTO) 26
December 16, 1970 LOW INCOME RENT AID APPROVED 2
December 16, 1970 OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING GROUNDBREAKING TOMORROW 26
December 16, 1970 LAKE EAST FINANCING CONCLUDED 26
December 16, 1970 EFFORTS COORDINATED TO ASSURE FOOD FOR NEEDY 3
December 16, 1970 EAST OF 405 ANNEXATION APPROVED 33
December 16, 1970 REUNION FIRST FOR KIRKLAND CLASS OF '20 23
December 16, 1970 72% OF LWSD GRADUATES PURSUING MORE EDUCATION 26
December 16, 1970 YOU DON'T THINK IT COULD HAPPEN IN YOUR OWN SUBURBAN HOME (DRUGS) 1
December 16, 1970 CITY RECEIVES GIFT (PHOTO OF STRETCHER) 3
December 16, 1970 COMMUNITY BECOMING MORE AWARE OF DRUGS 20
December 16, 1970 NURSES ATTUNE TO DWINDLING DOLLARS, INCREASED NEED 21
December 16, 1970 EARLY BOATS ON LAKE WASHINGTON ARE FOCAL POINT FOR NEW MUSEUM 2
December 16, 1970 MARYMOOR GOES BEYOND MOST MUSEUMS IN PRESERVING EARLY HISTORY OF MAN 7
December 16, 1970 NATIVITY SCENE, SHIP VISITS AMONG EVENTS AT MARINA 1
December 16, 1970 WHO'S NAUGHTY AND WHO'S NICE (PHOTO OF SANTA) 1
December 16, 1970 TWO JUVENILES APPREHENDED 2
December 16, 1970 HOME BURGLARY NETS $825 2
December 16, 1970 WHICH WILL BE THE TOP DOG IN KIRKLAND IN 1971? (DOG LICENSES) 13
December 16, 1970 POLICEWOMEN PROBABLY WON'T BE ON STATE PLAN 13
December 16, 1970 MARYMOOR GOES BEYOND MOST MUSEUMS IN PRESERVING EARLY HISTORY OF MAN 7
December 16, 1970 FARRAR, NEVA 20
December 16, 1970 STROMBERG, PAUL 20
December 16, 1970 ROSE, OTTO E 20
December 16, 1970 SIEPMANN, GEORGE 20
December 16, 1970 MARINA PARK FORMALLY DEDICATED (PHOTO) 14
December 16, 1970 EVANGELICAL CHURCH ORGANIZING IN JUANITA 15
December 16, 1970 FREIGHT RATE BREAKTHROUGH JAN 1 2
December 16, 1970 EARLY BOATS ON LAKE WASHINGTON ARE FOCAL POINT FOR NEW MUSEUM 2
December 16, 1970 HAPPINESS IS HAVING STREETS TORN UP ... WHEN END IS IN VIEW 14
December 16, 1970 HIGHWAY DISTRICT HONORED 26
December 16, 1970 UPPED SEWER RATES DUE JANUARY 1 2
December 16, 1970 LAKEFRONT REFUSE PICKUP COST ADJUSTED 2
December 16, 1970 NE 85TH WATER MAIN WORK STARTS 33
December 16, 1970 BARBARA FAY MEIKLE, DONALD RODER 22
December 16, 1970 JUDITH PORTER, JOSEPH VUCINOVICH 22
December 16, 1970 JUDITH KIEFFER, MICHAEL ALAN RICE 22
December 16, 1970 TOVI ARSVOLD, DAVID TROUT 22
December 23, 1970 MISS HARNISH IN CONCERT (HARNISH, MARGARET) 2
December 23, 1970 ARLINE YARBROUGH 'KEEN' ABOUT NEW WORK 2
December 23, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (MONTOYA, LAURA) 7
December 23, 1970 ALBERTSON'S DEDICATED 5
December 23, 1970 AERO KIRKLAND OFFICIALLY OPEN (PHOTO) 4
December 23, 1970 FRIENDS OF BREAKTHROUGH AT GROUNDBREAKING 4
December 23, 1970 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO SEEK $5.6 MILLION LEVY 1
December 23, 1970 VOCAL CITIZENS HARANGUE SCHOOL BOARD 2
December 23, 1970 LWHS STUDENTS LEARN MORE THAN NOUNS AND VERBS IN RUSSIAN CLASS 15
December 23, 1970 ROBYN LYN DAVIS, JAMES DAVIDSON 16
December 23, 1970 KIRKLAND'S MILLAGE NOT FAR AHEAD OF OTHERS 4
December 23, 1970 BURDEN OF FINANCING GREATER AS NEEDS-INCREASE 13
December 23, 1970 PLANNED PARENTHOOD TO OPEN LOCAL BRANCH 15
December 23, 1970 OH FOR THE OLD-FASHIONED JOY OF CUTTING YOUR OWN CHRISTMAS TREE? 1
December 23, 1970 NATIVITY SCENE AT MARINA (PHOTO) 1
December 23, 1970 TREE THEFT GIVES CAUSE TO WONDER 1
December 23, 1970 NUCKOLLS, CHARLES 7
December 23, 1970 MOUREY, JAMES 7
December 23, 1970 VANGORTEL, VIRGINIA 7
December 23, 1970 NAGEWITZ, THERESA 7
December 23, 1970 ROBBINS, ASA 7
December 23, 1970 NUCKOLLS, CHARLES 7
December 23, 1970 YOUTHS BAPTIZED IN ICY WATERS 1
December 23, 1970 LAKE ST UNDERGROUND WIRING PROPOSED 4
December 23, 1970 PATSY FLANIGAN, JIM THOMAS JR 16
December 23, 1970 GERRY KAY BILGER, DOUGLAS MILLER 16
December 30, 1970 FIRST BABY 1970 READY TO RELINQUISH HER CROWN (CARPENTER, APRILL) 1
December 30, 1970 KIRKLAND GIRL WANDERS IN DESERT, EATS SNAKES, LIZARDS (HAIR, RHONDA) 1
December 30, 1970 MYNARS READY FOR PASADENA TRIP (MYNAR, FRANK) 4
December 30, 1970 COOK'S CORNER (KRUMM, LARUE) 16
December 30, 1970 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 5
December 30, 1970 FIRE DESTROYS ROSE HILL HOME (TRUE, G LEW - 13034 NE 70TH) 1
December 30, 1970 CHAMBER TO INSTALL '71 OFFICERS 2
December 30, 1970 COMMUNITY PLAYS SANTA TO 62 NEEDY FAMILIES 2
December 30, 1970 KIRKLAND HIRING 25 UNEMPLOYED 3
December 30, 1970 VICKI LANDER, CRAIG BEETHAM 15
December 30, 1970 SUSAN STYNER, JAY FOGERTY 15
December 30, 1970 CANDACE PETERSON, ROBERT L CASE 15
December 30, 1970 PAMELA HUDSON, MARK SCRAMLIN 15
December 30, 1970 FIRE DESTROYS ROSE HILL HOME (TRUE, G LEW - 13034 NE 70TH) 1
December 30, 1970 1970 SAW MARINA, FIRE DEPARTMENT MERGER, STREET PROGRAM STARTED 18
December 30, 1970 PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES: CITY WOULD PAY TWICE, CITY MANAGER CLAIMS 1
December 30, 1970 CODED ORDINANCES ANNOUNCED 2
December 30, 1970 CITY'S TREASURY ENRICHED BY $22,742 FROM SALES TAX 3
December 30, 1970 PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES: CITY WOULD PAY TWICE, CITY MANAGER CLAIMS 1
December 30, 1970 THE YEAR THAT WAS IN JOURNAL PHOTOS 18
December 30, 1970 1970 SAW MARINA, FIRE DEPARTMENT MERGER, STREET PROGRAM STARTED 18
December 30, 1970 DEER SLAYER MUST PAY FINE IN BLOOD 1
December 30, 1970 MORE SHERIFF'S CARS IN UNINCORPORATED AREAS 3
December 30, 1970 RUSSELL, AUGUSTA 10
December 30, 1970 HABERBUSH, LOUIS 10
December 30, 1970 ISACKSON, DORIS 10
December 30, 1970 STERLING. LINDA 10
December 30, 1970 VANGELDER, ARIE 10
December 30, 1970 CREIGHTON, ROBERT 10
December 30, 1970 DRESSOR, GLADYS 10
December 30, 1970 NELSON, EMANUEL 10
December 30, 1970 WILSON, LARRY 10
December 30, 1970 MCGEE, HALLIE 10
December 30, 1970 JONES, MCADOO 10
December 30, 1970 KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB TO NOTE ANNIVERSARY 16
December 30, 1970 JOURNAL CHANGES ANNOUNCED 2
December 30, 1970 83-YEAR-OLD HITS 205 GAME (BARRETTE, ERNIE) 4
December 30, 1970 AREA TEAMS CLAIMED FEW CHAMPIONSHIPS IN 1970 4
December 30, 1970 SCOTT SIGNS FOR FEBRUARY BOUT (SCOTT, FRASER) 5
December 30, 1970 1970 SAW MARINA, FIRE DEPARTMENT MERGER, STREET PROGRAM STARTED 18
December 30, 1970 1970 SAW MARINA, FIRE DEPARTMENT MERGER, STREET PROGRAM STARTED 18
December 30, 1970 1970 SAW MARINA, FIRE DEPARTMENT MERGER, STREET PROGRAM STARTED 18
December 30, 1970 GENERAL TELEPHONE RATE INCREASE OKAYED 1
December 30, 1970 METRO COMPLETES CONSTRUCTION EARLY, TO BEGIN 15-YEAR PROGRAM 3
December 30, 1970 SNOWMAN AND HIS BEST FRIEND (PHOTO) 3
December 30, 1970 CAROL PARCHETA, G DOUGLAS GRANT 15
January 6, 1971 FORMER TURKEY FARMER AIRS VIEWS ON FISH, 'RABID' TRANSIT, GROWTH (BROWN, TOM) 1
January 6, 1971 A LITTLE WORK, TRAVEL IN NEYLAND'S FUTURE (NEYLAND, KEN) 2
January 6, 1971 SAFETY AWARD RECEIVED (PHOTO OF EVANS, ROD) 11
January 6, 1971 KIRKLAND MAN BRIGHTENS CHRISTMAS 14
January 6, 1971 PEACE CORPSMEN EXTEND FOR ANOTHER YEAR IN LIBERIA (NILSEN, TOM & DONNA) 15
January 6, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (SHINSTROM, PAT) 16
January 6, 1971 FIRST BABY OF YEAR IS THIRD SON (HARPER, BRIAN) 1
January 6, 1971 HOW MANY GAS STATIONS DO WE NEED? MOST PEOPLE DON'T UNDERSTAND 3
January 6, 1971 ADDITIONS APPROVED FOR JUANITA HIGH 2
January 6, 1971 SENIOR HOUSING PROPOSED 21
January 6, 1971 HOW MANY GAS STATIONS DO WE NEED? MOST PEOPLE DON'T UNDERSTAND 3
January 6, 1971 KIRKLAND CHAMBER INSTALLATION BANQUET JAN 12 1
January 6, 1971 UGN DRIVE HERE ENDS AT 86% 2
January 6, 1971 FOOD NEED CONTINUES INTO '71 2
January 6, 1971 JUANITA LOT VARIANCE TO BE HEARD 14
January 6, 1971 $14670 FOR INSTRUMENTS APPROVED 5
January 6, 1971 INDIVIDUALIZED TEACHING PROGRAM IN LW GERMAN DEPARTMENT IS UNIQUE 17
January 6, 1971 BCC ACCREDITED 17
January 6, 1971 MARY CLARE MCCOY, RICHARD CASE 15
January 6, 1971 BRENNA JOHNSON, CLARENCE ALLOWAY 15
January 6, 1971 WENDY CAROL WONDERS, JAY DOUGLAS IMAN 15
January 6, 1971 JACK JONES OF KIRKLAND APPOINTED TO SUCCEED CHAPIN IN STATE LEGISLATURE 1
January 6, 1971 HOLDING LINE ON BUDGET WILL BE PRIMARY JOB AT OLYMPIA, SAY ANDERSEN, BLUECHEL 1
January 6, 1971 CITY TO USE ALL 5 BANKS FOR DEPOSITS 2
January 6, 1971 ADDITIONS APPROVED FOR JUANITA HIGH 2
January 6, 1971 JUANITA LOT VARIANCE TO BE HEARD 14
January 6, 1971 AMMUNITION, CASH TAKEN IN JUANITA (HAYS, JACKIE DALE) 5
January 6, 1971 LAW DEPARTMENTS PARTICIPATE IN DRINKING DRIVER PROGRAM 17
January 6, 1971 AYERS, LAWRENCE 20
January 6, 1971 SHERWOOD, GORDON 20
January 6, 1971 LUCAS, PETER 20
January 6, 1971 OLSON, NELS 20
January 6, 1971 NICHOLES, LAWRENCE 20
January 6, 1971 MCGEE, HALLIE 20
January 6, 1971 HOSPITAL AUXILIARY SELLS LICENSE TABS 1
January 6, 1971 NEW RATES WILL SOLVE MANY, BUT NOT ALL PROBLEMS FACED BY EAST SIDE SHIPPERS 22
January 6, 1971 NE 60TH ST HAPPINESS REFUTED (LETTER FROM DORWART, BARBARA) 21
January 6, 1971 L.I.D. COSTS LOWER THAN EXPECTED 2
January 6, 1971 UNDERGROUND WIRING PROPOSED FOR LW BLVD 2
January 6, 1971 JEAN BACHER, JAMES BANKSON 15
January 6, 1971 MARY GRAY SHARP, JAMES HABERZETLE 15
January 13, 1971 BOY WON GIRL - 50 YEARS AGO (TILLMAN, MR AND MRS AL) 13
January 13, 1971 CITIZENS FEDERAL OPENED JAN 2 12
January 13, 1971 TOP DOG IN KIRKLAND IS ONLY AMERICAN IN HOUSEHOLD (MILNE, FRANK & BARBARA) 1
January 13, 1971 FIRE CHIEF GOES ON 2500-MILE SHOPPING TRIP (HAWORTH, RON) 3
January 13, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (MERKI, JEANETTE) 14
January 13, 1971 JUANITA FIRS LAUNDRY OPEN 20
January 13, 1971 SECOND ANNUAL REPORT (SPECIAL SECTION) 1A-8A
January 13, 1971 CITIZENS READY SCHOOL LEVY CAMPAIGN 1
January 13, 1971 DOORS RETURNED TO LWHS GIRLS LAVATORY 14
January 13, 1971 PLAN RECOMMENDS ELIMINATING TWO FIRE STATIONS 1
January 13, 1971 FIRE CHIEF GOES ON 2500-MILE SHOPPING TRIP (HAWORTH, RON) 3
January 13, 1971 CITY, COUNTY AREAS IN FIRE LOCATION PLAN 16
January 13, 1971 AFTER BRIAN LEWIS' RESIGNATION: CLARKE PROMOTED, POLK NAMED 2
January 13, 1971 PLANNED PARENTHOOD EAST OPENING CENTER IN BELLEVUE 12
January 13, 1971 DAHL NEW POLICE CAPTAIN (DAHL, GEORGE) 1
January 13, 1971 KIRKLAND LAW REGULATES PUBLIC BATHS 3
January 13, 1971 NEW JUDGE READY, ANXIOUS TO SERVE (RALLS, CHARLES) 6
January 13, 1971 MCILHARGY, FRANK 12
January 13, 1971 MEIER, DONALD 20
January 13, 1971 RAMAGE, ETTA 20
January 13, 1971 ROUTLEY, THOMAS 20
January 13, 1971 HAMM, FRANK 20
January 13, 1971 PEDERSON, JEANETTE 20
January 13, 1971 SUPPLE, MOLLIE 20
January 13, 1971 KLUMB, CARL 20
January 13, 1971 POIS, ULAH 20
January 13, 1971 THRASHER, REBECCA 20
January 13, 1971 NORTH LAKES TOP SCOUT DISTRICT ... BUDGET CUT 2
January 13, 1971 COVENANT CHURCH SETS SERVICES 16
January 13, 1971 CITIZEN HELP IN HIGHWAY PLANNING ENDORSED 1
January 13, 1971 AWARDING OF CONTRACT NEAR FOR KIRKLAND-REDMOND ROAD 2
January 13, 1971 HEARING SET ON NATURAL GAS RATE BOOST 2
January 13, 1971 THE SNOW CAME AND SETTLED IN (PHOTO) 1
January 13, 1971 DIANE CONOVER, KEN JOHNSON 13
January 13, 1971 PATRICIA KAIP, HARVEY LASSELL JR 13
January 13, 1971 SHARI LAGESON, RAYMOND SPARLING 13
January 20, 1971 COUPLE HONORED AT RECEPTION (RECOR, MR AND MRS GEORGE) 15
January 20, 1971 DUFFY, THE FAMILY DOG, DIES A HERO IN HOME FIRE (DAVIS, ALANSON) 1
January 20, 1971 ARTIST DISCOVERS NEW WAY OF LIFE (ROETH, RALPH) 17
January 20, 1971 FORMER RHS STUDENT TAKES VILLAGERS PLIGHT TO HEART (PODGORNY, KITT) 22
January 20, 1971 '70 BUILDING PERMITS INDICATIVE OF ECONOMIC SLUMP 2
January 20, 1971 CHURCH ASKS STREET VACATION FOR SENIOR CITIZEN HOUSING 1
January 20, 1971 THE CHAMBER INSTALLS ... PRESENTS GIFT TO SECRETARY MANAGER (PHOTOS) 14
January 20, 1971 TEENAGERS AND DADS INVITED TO JOIN MOTHERS' MARCH 16
January 20, 1971 HELP FOR 16 RETARDED CHILDREN: LWSD TO ATTACK 'IMPOSSIBLE PROBLEM' 1
January 20, 1971 ENROLLMENT DOWN IN DEC 13
January 20, 1971 TELEPHONING, SPEAKERS TO KEY DRIVE FOR LWSD SPECIAL LEVY 13
January 20, 1971 BRAKEMAN BILL AT MARK TWAIN 14
January 20, 1971 DOROTHY DALY, GREG ROBINSON 15
January 20, 1971 KAREN LINDE, BRADLEY WITTMAN 15
January 20, 1971 LESLIE KAY JOB, STEVEN RECOR 15
January 20, 1971 ANNE MAKELA, JOHN ZETTY 15
January 20, 1971 SHIRLEY HEDIN, JAMES HAUBRICK 15
January 20, 1971 TANYA LOUISE DOVER, THEODORE FLATEAU 15
January 20, 1971 CATHERINE ALLAN, DAVID FALLEN 15
January 20, 1971 JOYCE ROEGGE, CLINTON OLSON 15
January 20, 1971 DUFFY, THE FAMILY DOG, DIES A HERO IN HOME FIRE (DAVIS, ALANSON) 1
January 20, 1971 TAX REFORM DEAD THIS YEAR - HOLMAN 2
January 20, 1971 REP GILLELAND REPORTS FROM CAPITAL: FIRST WEEK HUMBLING, EDUCATIONAL 2
January 20, 1971 JONES LAUDS EVANS' BUDGET, HOUSE REPUBLICAN LEADERS 2
January 20, 1971 FEDERAL WORK PROGRAM MANPOWER HELPS CITY CREWS MEET WINTER NEEDS 13
January 20, 1971 RAMAGE, ETTA 20
January 20, 1971 MCILHARGEY, FRANK 20
January 20, 1971 COON, FRED 20
January 20, 1971 VANDEBRAKE, EDWARD 20
January 20, 1971 ASHTENHAGEN, EUGENIE 20
January 20, 1971 GROUP FORMS TO CHANGE SOME EMPLOYMENT AGENCY PRACTICES 2
January 20, 1971 FINN HILL COLUMNIST INTRODUCED (HARRISON, PENNY) 17
January 20, 1971 PROTESTS MINIMAL AT HEARING FOR LAKE STREET UNDERGROUND WIRING 1
January 20, 1971 IT'S AN ILL WIND ... (PHOTO OF WIND DAMAGE) 1
January 20, 1971 DOZENS OF LINES DOWNED 1
January 20, 1971 A KING CAPITULATES (PHOT OF SNOWMAN) 3
January 20, 1971 TREE FALLS ON HOME (PREECE, JOE) 5
January 27, 1971 BANK OF KIRKLAND REPORT MAY BE SMALLEST EVER MADE 15
January 27, 1971 SINGING STAR GENE AUSTIN MAKES HOME IN KIRKLAND 1
January 27, 1971 CANDY-STRIPER PROUDLY WEARS HER UNIFORM, CAP (DEERING, SUE) 13
January 27, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (ROGERS, HARRIET) 16
January 27, 1971 REDMOND HIGH SCHOOL HOPES FOR FUNDS TO IMPROVE FOOTBALL FIELD 2
January 27, 1971 LWHS ATHLETIC FIELD WAS JOINTLY FINANCED 2
January 27, 1971 SCHOOL RELANDSCAPING IRES VOLUNTEER GARDENERS 24
January 27, 1971 APARTMENTS FACE DENIAL 5
January 27, 1971 FOOD DOESN'T STOCKPILE, SAYS FOOD BANK HEAD 1
January 27, 1971 TY IS REMINDER TO HIS FAMILY THAT MARCH OF DIMES BENEFITS (FOSTER, TY 17
January 27, 1971 LWSD SPECIAL LEVY AIMS AT MAINTENANCE OF CURRENT PROGRAM 1
January 27, 1971 SUPERINTENDENT VIEWS RECENT SCHOOL ACCOMPLISHMENTS, GOALS 24
January 27, 1971 EVE WIKE, MICHAEL GRAHAM 18
January 27, 1971 CAROL GOWDEY, STEVEN ROBINSON 18
January 27, 1971 DARLENE BRITSCH, DENNIS HUMPHREY 18
January 27, 1971 PAT JOHNSON, CLIFFORD SEYMOUR JR 18
January 27, 1971 PUBLIC OFFICIAL ASKS FOR LESS POWER (LOUIS, JON) 6
January 27, 1971 CITY MAKES APPOINTMENTS 24
January 27, 1971 POLICE CAR BIDS DELAYED 2
January 27, 1971 REDMOND-KIRKLAND ARRESTS MADE IN JOINT EFFORT 6
January 27, 1971 JAILBREAK TRY FOILED SUNDAY 24
January 27, 1971 HARTMAN, RUTH 14
January 27, 1971 MCIVOR, DAVID 14
January 27, 1971 LEHY, ANNA 14
January 27, 1971 BASSETT, SAMUEL 14
January 27, 1971 HANSEN, CARLTON III 14
January 27, 1971 EVANS, KATHERINE 14
January 27, 1971 HANDICAPPERS HIRE EXECUTIVE (LARSON, EDWARD) 7
January 27, 1971 JUNIOR ACHIEVERS WILL SELL THEIR WARES AT OWN TRADE FAIR 23
January 27, 1971 OPINIONS VARY ON REAL ESTATE PREDICTIONS 1
January 27, 1971 WINTER PARK PROGRAM STILL OPEN IN KIRKLAND 7
January 27, 1971 I-405 TRAFFIC TO SHIFT 24
January 27, 1971 THERE WAS 'GOLD' IN THE HOLE OF THIRD STREET 24
January 27, 1971 UNDERGROUND WIRING L.I.D. PROTESTED AS NOT BEING OF SPECIAL BENEFIT 6
February 3, 1971 MRS RALLS GIVEN CERTIFICATE AWARD (RALLS, ALICE) 2
February 3, 1971 KIRKLANDER HEADS SHRINE (ATTERBURY, R F) 3
February 3, 1971 LEWIS CORNELL, 103, STARTED OVER AT 100 12
February 3, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (MORAN, JANE) 19
February 3, 1971 LWSD OFFICIAL SAYS: STOCK PLANS, 2-STORY SCHOOLS DON'T SAVE 20
February 3, 1971 STREET VACATION PAVES WAY FOR SENIOR CITIZEN HOUSING 3
February 3, 1971 ACAPULCO 7 SHOP OPEN 15
February 3, 1971 KIRKLAND MAN KILLED AFTER ACCIDENT (MORRIS, CLARENCE) 20
February 3, 1971 MARCHING MOTHERS COLLECT $4357 13
February 3, 1971 FOOD BANK HAS MANY FRIENDS 14
February 3, 1971 SCHOOL LEVY, BONDS TO BE ON TUESDAY BALLOT 1
February 3, 1971 NON-GRADED SCHOOL ALLOWS STUDENTS OPPORTUNITY FOR INDIVIDUAL PROGRESS (B RUSH) 2
February 3, 1971 GERMAN EXCHANGE STUDENTS: COMINGS AND GOINGS ADD UP ... 13
February 3, 1971 LWHS HEALTH STUDENTS GAIN FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE IN TOURING PUBLIC AGENCIES 19
February 3, 1971 NEW ATTENDANCE LINES AFFECT MUIR, FROST SCHOOLS 20
February 3, 1971 WASHING CAR MAY BE A CRIME 1
February 3, 1971 FISHING BOAT SEVERELY DAMAGED BY FIRE 20
February 3, 1971 GILLELAND, JONES NAMED TO TRANSPORT COMMITTEE 2
February 3, 1971 CITY BILLS STATE TO DREDGE ISLAND 18
February 3, 1971 $800,000 PLANT SET FOR KIRKLAND (PACE CHEMICAL) 15
February 3, 1971 JUANITA RESIDENTS SUCCESSFUL IN HALTING ROAD WIDENING PROJECT 1
February 3, 1971 WASHING CAR MAY BE A CRIME 1
February 3, 1971 MAN ARRESTED FOR DRUGS 20
February 3, 1971 3 BOYS ARRESTED AFTER THEFTS 20
February 3, 1971 DR HARTQUIST WILL HEAD MEDICAL STAFF 14
February 3, 1971 MORRIS, CLARENCE 8
February 3, 1971 HIATT, BERTHA 8
February 3, 1971 HANSEN, CHRISTIAN 8
February 3, 1971 DAHL, HENRY 8
February 3, 1971 BPW CLUB EXPLORES OBTAINING COMMUNITY CENTER FOR MEETINGS 13
February 3, 1971 TIGER TAMMY PACES THE CYCLE - SESSIONS (SESSION, TAMMY) 5
February 3, 1971 SCOTT READIES FOR REMATCH WITH COHEN (SCOTT, FRASER) 5
February 3, 1971 FISHING BOAT SEVERELY DAMAGED BY FIRE 20
February 3, 1971 EAST SIDE - SEATTLE BUS FARES UP TOMORROW 1
February 3, 1971 JUANITA RESIDENTS SUCCESSFUL IN HALTING ROAD WIDENING PROJECT 1
February 3, 1971 901 UPGRADING TO START THIS MONTH 1
February 3, 1971 NEW LANES OPEN ON I-405 (PHOTO) 3
February 3, 1971 MARKET ST RESURFACING SET 3
February 3, 1971 CITY TO HAVE PART IN IMPROVING BOULEVARD 18
February 3, 1971 OFF-STREET BANK PARKING AVAILABLE 19
February 3, 1971 SAVINGS DISCOVERED IN LAKE ST UNDERGROUND WIRING 1
February 3, 1971 LONG DISTANCE RATES UP 15
February 10, 1971 FROSTY'S READY FOR 16TH ANNIVERSARY 28
February 10, 1971 GOLD MEDALISTS TO PERFORM WITH SEATTLE SYMPHONY IN FAMILY CONCERT 23
February 10, 1971 NEW BANK DIRECTORS (BANK OF KIRKLAND) 14
February 10, 1971 NB OF C PLANS YARROW OFFICE 14
February 10, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (BLACKSTONE, CLEO) 7
February 10, 1971 GAS STATION REZONES HALTED FOR STUDY 1
February 10, 1971 SERVICE STATION SITE CLEARED (PHOTO AT NE 85TH & 126TH AVE NE) 1
February 10, 1971 INSTALL LIGHTS ONLY AT RHS, SAYS CAC 1
February 10, 1971 BREAKING THROUGH FOR BREAKTHROUGH (PHOTO) 27
February 10, 1971 GAS STATION REZONES HALTED FOR STUDY 1
February 10, 1971 LOCAL WOMEN OPEN KENMORE SHOP (GINNY-RUTH APPAREL) 14
February 10, 1971 FOURTH GRADERS' 'POTLATCH' (PHOTO AT THOREAU) 15
February 10, 1971 TV PROGRAM, CONCERN FOR ONE STUDENT LAUNCH LWSD WEATHER SATELLITE PLANS 1
February 10, 1971 LWSD PSYCHOLOGISTS SEE FEWER CHILDREN, BUT HELP MORE 3
February 10, 1971  MANY QUALIFY FOR LWHS HONOR ROLL 13
February 10, 1971 TEACHER TEACHES FROM ARTIFACTS BROUGHT BACK BY HER FROM ECUADOR (KELLY, PAT) 21
February 10, 1971 SCHOOLS OFFER FREE LOW-PRICE LUNCHES 27
February 10, 1971 COUNTY JOB OPENINGS ANNOUNCED 2
February 10, 1971 SANDRA CALLERO, STEVEN SUNDE 22
February 10, 1971 FRANCES MOORE, SCOTT MAYHEW 22
February 10, 1971 NANCY COFFIN, JOHN BALLARD 22
February 10, 1971 JERI JAYNE, KENNETH TARP 22
February 10, 1971 DONNA LOU CONNOR, TERRY TUFTS 22
February 10, 1971 FIRE STATION PLAN GETS COUNCIL OKAY 26
February 10, 1971 GILLELAND BACKS EVANS' LEGISLATION 2
February 10, 1971 JULIN, POLK NAMED TO KEY HOUSE POSTS 3
February 10, 1971 COUNTY COUNCIL REDISTRICTING CALLED FOR 1
February 10, 1971 MOST BUSINESS, SCHOOLS TO TAKE HOLIDAY MONDAY 1
February 10, 1971 PARK BOARD TO CONSIDER HOUGHTON 2
February 10, 1971 SHIPYARD IS LOSING LANDMARK (ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO BOATS) 1
February 10, 1971 ASSAULT, RESISTING ARREST CHARGES LODGED AFTER STRUGGLE WITH POLICE 1
February 10, 1971 WITHOUT WITNESSES TO TESTIFY ON NARCOTICS, OFFICIALS ARE POWERLESS 2
February 10, 1971 NEW MEDICAL DENTAL CENTER PLANNED (SKETCH) 14
February 10, 1971 CORBIN, MADELENE 20
February 10, 1971 MCMUNN, MERRILL 20
February 10, 1971 ERICKSON, CYRIL 20
February 10, 1971 CLARKE, WILLIAM 20
February 10, 1971 PHILLIPS, CARRIE 20
February 10, 1971 BOYER, DOROTHY 20
February 10, 1971 KIRKLAND POST OFFICE LEASE EXTENDED 2
February 10, 1971 SCOTT FIGHTS DISAPPOINTMENT WITH ADDED DETERMINATION (SCOTT, FRASER) 5
February 10, 1971 YOUNG SKATER'S FEET TRACE FIGURE EIGHTS (FERGUSON, LAURIE) 6
February 10, 1971 PARK BOARD TO CONSIDER HOUGHTON 2
February 10, 1971 TOLL BOOTHS TO BE MODIFIED 14
February 10, 1971 ES GROUP ASKS ASSURANCE FROM METRO ON TRANSIT NEEDS 1
February 10, 1971 SIMONDS RD RESIDENTS FOLLOW NEIGHBORS IN PROTEST TO COUNTY 1
February 10, 1971 NEW PHONE HOOKUPS HOLD PACE 6
February 10, 1971 GENERAL TELEPHONE RATES UP AT HOME, DOWN AT WORK 27
February 10, 1971 JUDITH HABERZETLE, HARRY RUTLEDGE 22
February 17, 1971 SCOUT, 12, RECEIVES MEDAL FOR HEROIC ACT (WILSON, MARK) 16
February 17, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (CONN, CATHY) 18
February 17, 1971 MAJ ALICE COLMAN TO COMMAND CAP 19
February 17, 1971 HOLY FAMILY GIRL SCOUT RECEIVES FIRST CLASS AWARD (WAHLER, KAREN) 23
February 17, 1971 KIRKLAND PENNEY'S PLANS MAJOR REMODELING 1
February 17, 1971 CITY PLANNERS OPPOSE BUSINESS STRIP FOR NE 85TH 1
February 17, 1971 BUSINESSMEN UNITE TO BETTER KIRKLAND SHOPPING DISTRICT 1
February 17, 1971 KIRKLAND PENNEY'S PLANS MAJOR REMODELING 1
February 17, 1971 CITY PLANNERS OPPOSE BUSINESS STRIP FOR NE 85TH 1
February 17, 1971 NEW KIRKLAND TV-RADIO STORE OPENS (BOTHELL-TRONICS) 24
February 17, 1971 BUSINESSMEN UNITE TO BETTER KIRKLAND SHOPPING DISTRICT 1
February 17, 1971 FISH VOLUNTEERS AID IN EMERGENCIES 17
February 17, 1971 LW SCHOOL LEVY AN APPARENT LOSER - BY LESS THAN 30 VOTES 1
February 17, 1971 NOMINATING CONVENTION AT A G BELL (PHOTO) 3
February 17, 1971 VOLUNTEER TUTORS TEACH ADULTS TO READ 17
February 17, 1971 JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL: STEERING COMMITTEE FACES BIG DECISIONS 17
February 17, 1971 LWHS: 15 HONOR GRADUATES NAMED 19
February 17, 1971 LEVY BACKERS FIND DEFEAT'S BRIGHT SIDE 24
February 17, 1971 EAST SIDE GOOD TIMERS HAVE GOOD TIME PLAYING LIVELY TUNES 11
February 17, 1971 BRAKEMAN BILL AT THOREAU 23
February 17, 1971 VANDALS STRIKE FINN HILL JH 1
February 17, 1971 DEFENDANT FOUND GUILTY IN DRUG CASE 3
February 17, 1971 PARRY, THOMAS 23
February 17, 1971 REYNOLDS, ALICE 23
February 17, 1971 MANION, BERTHA 23
February 17, 1971 GILMORE, ARTHUR 23
February 17, 1971 WHITEMAN, ROY 23
February 17, 1971 PINEWOOD DERBY WINNERS NAMED 12
February 17, 1971 SKIPPER COMBINED SEA AND SCOUTING TO WIN SILVER BEAVER AWARD (BRUCE, BARNARD JR) 24
February 17, 1971 EAST SIDE YMCA RECEIVES $5000 24
February 17, 1971 DRAG RACER RICHARD SCHROEDER NOW LIVING IN REDMOND 5
February 17, 1971 KIDS ON DRUGS MISERABLE, SAYS MINISTER (COGGINS, WAYNE) 12
February 17, 1971 BAPTISTS TO INSTALL MINISTER (TATE, BILL) 24
February 17, 1971 UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS 24
February 17, 1971 SIMONDS ROAD WILL BE REDESIGNED, COUNTY TELLS PROTESTING RESIDENTS 1
February 17, 1971 ROAD PROJECT NOT OFF YET, SAYS COUNTY AIDE 19
February 17, 1971 HANDS FLEW (PHOTO AT TELEPHONE FACILITY AFTER L.A. QUAKE) 12
February 17, 1971 CAROLYN CUMMINGS, BRADLEY ERICKSON 18
February 17, 1971 ROBYN DAVIS, JAMES DAVIDSON 18
February 17, 1971 WENDY WONDERS, JAY IMAN 18
February 17, 1971 LINDA ROGERS, ROBERT HENNING 18
February 24, 1971 ART AUCTION SCHEDULED AT GALLERY 13
February 24, 1971 LIKE FAMILY CONCERT PROGRAM, ASSOCIATE CONDUCTOR IS ADAPTABLE (LEVINE, JOSEPH) 19
February 24, 1971 LIBERACE DINES WITH RESTAURANT OWNERS (ELLEGAARD, ETHEL / HOENHOUS, PHYLLIS) 19
February 24, 1971 MATIVES RECOGNIZE WEIGHT AS SYMBOL OF PRESTIGE (STARR, KARL & MAZEL) 21
February 24, 1971 JONES, GILLELAND BACK STATE PURCHASE OF BRIDLE TRAILS 24
February 24, 1971 HOMES TOP PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS 14
February 24, 1971 STREET VACATION ASKED FOR NEW CENTRAL SCHOOL 1
February 24, 1971 DISTRICT'S OLDER BUILDINGS OFFER LATEST INDIVIDUAL TEACHING METHODS, TOO 20
February 24, 1971 KIRKLAND ORDINANCE UPHELD: LAKE BUILDING RULES WIN 1
February 24, 1971 LOOP ROAD BEING CLEARED AS FIRST STEP ON OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH 12
February 24, 1971 HOMES TOP PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS 14
February 24, 1971 SAFEWAY DRIVERS HONORED 13
February 24, 1971 91-YEAR-OLD MAN KILLED ON HIGHWAY (ORVIS, DEWITT) 13
February 24, 1971 SALE RAISES QUESTION IN REZONE APPLICATION 1
February 24, 1971 HOMES TOP PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS 14
February 24, 1971 LEVY UNALTERED; BONDS CUT 1
February 24, 1971 CHET HUNTLEY TALKS TO STUDENTS 1
February 24, 1971 LEVY FOES ALREADY HAVE A 10 PER CENT CUT, SAYS EMPEY 2
February 24, 1971 ELECTRONIC TEACHING (PHOTO AT ROSE HILL ELEMENTARY) 11
February 24, 1971 2 ROSE HILL TEACHERS AWARDED ACORNS (PETERSON, IRENE / EYER, ESTHER) 25
February 24, 1971 BLAZE BRINGS HEAVY SMOKE, LITTLE DAMAGE (PHOTO AT 430 LAKE ST S) 1
February 24, 1971 TWO KIRKLAND AREA FIRES CAUSE $8000 DAMAGE 2
February 24, 1971 HOW TO CALL YOUR LEGISLATORS 3
February 24, 1971 KIRKLAND ORDINANCE UPHELD: LAKE BUILDING RULES WIN 1
February 24, 1971 VANDALS KNOCK OUT GAS LAMPS 1
February 24, 1971 WOMAN FOUND DEAD (TURNER, LORNA P) 2
February 24, 1971 JUDGE RUSSELL NAMED ASSISTANT US ATTORNEY 2
February 24, 1971 PRIVATE RADIO OPERATORS AID POLICE 14
February 24, 1971 TURNER, LORNA 13
February 24, 1971 MASSEY, NETTIE 13
February 24, 1971 CREIGHTON, HELEN 13
February 24, 1971 PACKARD, E C 13
February 24, 1971 FORGUE, GEORGE 13
February 24, 1971 BENNETT, WALTER 13
February 24, 1971 NEW POSTAL RATES WOULD SHIFT LOAD TO SYSTEM'S BIGGEST USERS 3
February 24, 1971 STATE BILL WOULD CREATE BUS SYSTEM 2
February 24, 1971 LOOP ROAD BEING CLEARED AS FIRST STEP ON OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH 12
February 24, 1971 UNDERGROUNDING PROJECT SAVED 1
February 24, 1971 ROBERTA MCCLURG, RAYMOND HALEY 21
February 24, 1971 SHARON AASHEIM, DAN CLAYBOURNE COKER 21
March 3, 1971 STUDENT PERFORMERS READY TO GO ON STAGE WITH FAMILY CONCERT 19
March 3, 1971 BANK OF THE WEST OPENS NEW BRANCH (SKETCH AT JUANITA) 16
March 3, 1971 PTA HONORS OUTSTANDING CITIZEN (LEIDER, ALLAN) 17
March 3, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (EMPEY, MARY CATHERINE) 19
March 3, 1971 NEW AQUARIUM (PHOTO AT NORKIRK) 11
March 3, 1971 FLAMES GUT HOME (13000 NE 61ST PL) 3
March 3, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD AGAIN OPPOSES ALBERTSON'S LIQUOR LICENSE 3
March 3, 1971 COMMUNITY MEETS FOOD BANK NEEDS 17
March 3, 1971 COUNTY RECOMMENDS NE 85TH REZONES WITH P.U.D.S 1
March 3, 1971 LEGAL STATUS OF WATERFRONT PROPERTY CHANGES DAILY 22
March 3, 1971 MERIT PAY, NEW DUTIES PROPOSED FOR LWSD TEACHERS 1
March 3, 1971 PROPOSAL DOESN'T WORK, TEACHER TELLS BOARD 1
March 3, 1971 SCHOOL LEVY BACKERS LAUNCH VOTER REGISTRATION CAMPAIGN 2
March 3, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD AGAIN OPPOSES ALBERTSON'S LIQUOR LICENSE 3
March 3, 1971 2 LWSD TEACHERS RECEIVE MINI-GRANTS (ZIGLER, MERL / BISCHAPBERGER, JYTTE) 3
March 3, 1971 15 SEATS OPEN FOR CITIZENS ON SCHOOLS' ADVISORY COUNCIL 22
March 3, 1971 LYNN SEELY, BARRY FOUNTAIN 18
March 3, 1971 DEBORRAH GROSZ, MARK HOLLY 18
March 3, 1971 FRANCES, LANDWEHR, JAMES NICHOLS 18
March 3, 1971 CITY BEAUTIFICATION PLAN PROPOSED FOR KIRKLAND 1
March 3, 1971 PUBLIC MAY HAVE TO PICK UP TAB FOR INCREASED MINING OPERATION COSTS 24
March 3, 1971 FLAMES GUT HOME (13000 NE 61ST PL) 3
March 3, 1971 4 TO SERVE ON PLANNING COMMISSION 2
March 3, 1971 REAMS GAINS JUANITA 1
March 3, 1971 PUBLIC MAY HAVE TO PICK UP TAB FOR INCREASED MINING OPERATION COSTS 24
March 3, 1971 BANK OF THE WEST OPENS NEW BRANCH (SKETCH AT JUANITA) 16
March 3, 1971 SHIPYARD PORT PROPOSAL COMES AT TIME OF PHASING OUT INDUSTRY ON WATERFRONT 2
March 3, 1971 DEMAND FOR WATERFRONT LAND EXPECTED TO EXCEED SUPPLY 2
March 3, 1971 LEGAL STATUS OF WATERFRONT PROPERTY CHANGES DAILY 22
March 3, 1971 SHIPYARD PORT PROPOSAL COMES AT TIME OF PHASING OUT INDUSTRY ON WATERFRONT 2
March 3, 1971 A PIG IN A POKEY (PHOTO OF PIG IN JAIL) 1
March 3, 1971 KURTZ, CHARLES 16
March 3, 1971 KENDALL, ELSIE 16
March 3, 1971 DAVIS, FLORA 16
March 3, 1971 HESCOCK, LEE 16
March 3, 1971 LASATER, ROY 16
March 3, 1971 ZABLE, FRED 16
March 3, 1971 GIRL SCOUT WEEK TO BE OBSERVED 17
March 3, 1971 AIRPORT'S FUTURE UNCERTAIN 24
March 3, 1971 BID LET TO 4-LANE LAKE ROAD 1
March 3, 1971 COUNCIL APPROVES FINANCING FOR WIRING 22
March 3, 1971 SNOW CLOSES SCHOOLS 1
March 3, 1971 BONNIE JOHNSON, VICTOR E OLSON JR 17
March 10, 1971 TRIPLE HAPPINESS OFFERS MANY OPTIONS 25
March 10, 1971 RADIO CONTROLLED PLANES APPEAL FROM START TO FINISH 1
March 10, 1971 PUPPETS PROVIDE ENTERTAINMENT (BEDFORD, LIZ) 2
March 10, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (RYHERD, MICHAEL) 20
March 10, 1971 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL TO CLOSE ITS DOORS FRIDAY 1
March 10, 1971 JUANITA HIGH NEEDED, NOT EXTRAVAGANT, SAYS BUILDING LEADER 21
March 10, 1971 SCHOOL TO SERVE AS CENTER FOR JUANITA COMMUNITY 21
March 10, 1971 HOUGHTON FIRE STATION TO CLOSE 1
March 10, 1971 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL TO CLOSE ITS DOORS FRIDAY 1
March 10, 1971 NEW HOBBY AND ART SHOPPE OPENS DOORS 25
March 10, 1971 CAC BACKS STUDENT WRITTEN RULES ON RIGHTS 1
March 10, 1971 BLUECHEL LEADS MOVE TO ADD $158,887 TO LWSD FUNDS 1
March 10, 1971 5 LATIN AMERICAN STUDENTS AT LWHS ADD TO INTERNATIONAL ATMOSPHERE 19
March 10, 1971 MOTHERS INVITED TO PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE 19
March 10, 1971 TEACHERS ASK - HOW WILL WE BE EVALUATED/ (LETTER) 24
March 10, 1971 PUPPETS PROVIDE ENTERTAINMENT (BEDFORD, LIZ) 2
March 10, 1971 FIRE KILLS DOG (PHOTO AT 175 6TH AVE) 1
March 10, 1971 HOUGHTON FIRE STATION TO CLOSE 1
March 10, 1971 BLUECHEL'S OPEN SPACE LAW PASSED BY HOUSE OF REPS 3
March 10, 1971 HOUSE REDISTRICTING BILL WOULD SHUFFLE EAST SIDE 21
March 10, 1971 MUSEUM WOMEN PRESENT LUNCH AS FUND-RAISER 14
March 10, 1971 HOUGHTON FIRE STATION TO CLOSE 1
March 10, 1971 JUANITA HIGH NEEDED, NOT EXTRAVAGANT, SAYS BUILDING LEADER 21
March 10, 1971 SCHOOL TO SERVE AS CENTER FOR JUANITA COMMUNITY 21
March 10, 1971 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL TO CLOSE ITS DOORS FRIDAY 1
March 10, 1971 MORSE, VERNON 18
March 10, 1971 NEW TOPS CLUB FORMS 14
March 10, 1971 LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS TO SEEK COMMUNITY SUPPORT 20
March 10, 1971 VOTER SIGNUP DRIVE TO CLOSE THIS WEEK 3
March 10, 1971 LANDSCAPING OF BANK COMBINED WITH PARKING (MARINA PARK) 3
March 10, 1971 VOLUNTEERS, PARK WORKERS LIFT KIRKLAND'S FACE (PHOTOS) 12
March 10, 1971 KIRKLAND GAINS 249 RESIDENTS OVER 15000 CITY ESTIMATE 1
March 10, 1971 BOTHELL WAY TO BE IMPROVED 1
March 10, 1971 LANDSCAPING OF BANK COMBINED WITH PARKING 3
March 10, 1971 IMPROVEMENTS TO NE 122ND - 84TH NE (PHOTO) 11
March 10, 1971 CITIZENS WOULD HAVE CHOICE IN WIDENING OF EVERGREEN 26
March 10, 1971 CITY TO RELOCATE UTILITY LINES 21
March 17, 1971 COUPLE NOTES 40TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (CHAUSSEE, MR AND MRS HALLAS) 14
March 17, 1971 PARK BEAUTIFICATION CREW GAINS FIRST YOUTH VOLUNTEER (BLAKE, JAN) 1
March 17, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (CASE, LAURA) 16
March 17, 1971 PENNEY'S REMODELING TIMETABLE MOVED UP 17
March 17, 1971 13TH AVE VACATION FOR SCHOOL APPROVED 3
March 17, 1971 EAST SIDE RESIDENTIAL SALES UP SHARPLY IN EARLY 1971 1
March 17, 1971 IT WAS ALL DOWN HILL FOR COUPLE WHO BUILT THEIR HOME (MILLER, TED & PAT) 15
March 17, 1971 CITY'S REQUEST FOR MORE STUDY OF NE 85TH UPHELD 1
March 17, 1971 ANNOUNCEMENT MADE THAT FIRESTONE CONTRACT BEING NEGOTIATED 17
March 17, 1971 JOINT EFFORT CREATES SCHOOL FOR HANDICAPPED 1
March 17, 1971 SCHOOL OFFICIALS, CRITICS SPLIT OVER EVALUATION NEEDS 2
March 17, 1971 COUNSELING BEGINS FOR JUANITA HIGH 2
March 17, 1971 CITIZEN'S PLEA REVIVES RUSSIAN CLASS 2
March 17, 1971 HEAD START FUNDING RESTORED 3
March 17, 1971 JACKLYN SMITH, DAVID FETTERMAN 15
March 17, 1971 48TH DISTRICT LEGISLATORS PRAISE BUDGET BILL 3
March 17, 1971 SEWER DISTRICT TO HEAR 2 JUANITA ANNEXATIONS 2
March 17, 1971 PORT COMMISSION NOT INTERESTED IN SHIPYARD PROPOSAL, MANAGER SAYS 2
March 17, 1971 JUANITA MEATCUTTER FINDS KIDNAP VICTIM (PAPKE, HERMAN) 1
March 17, 1971 CONVALESCENT CENTER PART OF EVERGREEN COMPLEX 17
March 17, 1971 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL SERVED AREA WELL (LETTER FROM RAMQUIST, R T) 20
March 17, 1971 CARLSON, EDWARD 14
March 17, 1971 DAVIS, CLARA 14
March 17, 1971 HOOKER, CLARA 14
March 17, 1971 GROGAN, CLARENCE 14
March 17, 1971 JAMES, JOSEPHINE 14
March 17, 1971 JOURNAL STAFF CHANGES 3
March 17, 1971 JUANITA DANCE TO RAISE FUNDS FOR YMCA GIRL GYMNASTS 7
March 17, 1971 PARK BEAUTIFICATION CREW GAINS FIRST YOUTH VOLUNTEER (BLAKE, JAN) 1
March 17, 1971 TOTAL BUS SYSTEM, STATE DOT NEEDED TO SOLVE TRANSIT WOE 2
March 17, 1971 STREET NUMBERING LACKS CITY FUNDS 3
March 17, 1971 COUNTY SOILS LAB TAKES GUESSWORK OUT OF BUILDING ROADS 22
March 17, 1971 SEWER DISTRICT TO HEAR 2 JUANITA ANNEXATIONS 2
March 17, 1971 ELIZABETH LISENBY, GERALD LASTER 16
March 24, 1971 BANK OF THE WEST - COME IN AND MEET THE SONICS - GRAND OPENING 26
March 24, 1971 LOCAL MUSICIANS TO PERFORM WITH BELLEVUE PHILHARMONIC 3
March 24, 1971 BANK OF THE WEST OPENS JUANITA BRANCH 2
March 24, 1971 FAMILY RECEIVES ROOM-SIZE FLAG THAT ONCE FLEW OVER THE CAPITOL (MCDONALD) 1
March 24, 1971 ALICE RALLS - A LIBERATED WOMAN WHO NEVER JOINED THE MOVEMENT 1
March 24, 1971 ATHLETIC DIRECTOR LIKES MOTORCYCLES (STRODE, BOB) 5
March 24, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (TURNER, PAT) 15
March 24, 1971 SENATE PASSES STANDARD SCHOOL DESIGN BILL 4
March 24, 1971 LOCAL FIRMS TO COMPLY WITH POLLUTION AGENCY 1
March 24, 1971 UTILITY ROOM SPECIALIZES IN DECOUPAGE AND TOLE 2
March 24, 1971 CITY LICENSES FIRST PAWN SHOP 3
March 24, 1971 LET'S NOT STOP AND BE COMPLACENT (CITY BEAUTIFICATION - WOLD, DOROTHY) 22
March 24, 1971 SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT: LEVY FAILURE COULD CUT 275 JOBS 1
March 24, 1971 THELMA FISHER RESIGNS FOOD SERVICES POST 3
March 24, 1971 STUDENTS EXPERIENCE LIGHT SHOW 13
March 24, 1971 ATHLETIC PROGRAM, 3 SCHOOLS WOULD BE AXED IN LEVY FAILURE 15
March 24, 1971 HUBERTA O'SHEA, JOHN SCHROEDEL 20
March 24, 1971 NORA THORNTON, JEFFREY LEHRKIND 20
March 24, 1971 SUSAN PRISEL, DANIEL BEHEYT 20
March 24, 1971 DEANNA DOWDY, DUANE THEISS 20
March 24, 1971 NANCY SEABLOOM, LARRY ALDRICH 20
March 24, 1971 LOCAL FIRMS TO COMPLY WITH POLLUTION AGENCY 1
March 24, 1971 FIRST YEAR OPERATION OF CONSOLIDATED FIRE SERVICES PRAISED BY CHIEF 21
March 24, 1971 KIRKLAND, DIST 41 FIREMEN ADD LADDER TRUCK (PHOTOS) 21
March 24, 1971 REDISTRICTING BILL HURTS FIRST DISTRICT 1
March 24, 1971 2 CHANGES ANNOUNCED IN COUNTY GOVERNMENT 12
March 24, 1971 LOCAL FIRMS TO COMPLY WITH POLLUTION AGENCY 1
March 24, 1971 KIRKLAND'S DISPLAY AT ENVIRONMENTAL FAIR TO FOCUS ON WATERFRONT PLANNING 3
March 24, 1971 FELONY CRIMES IN KIRKLAND DIP SLIGHTLY 1
March 24, 1971 7-11 STORE HAS ARMED ROBBERY 13
March 24, 1971 POLICE CHARGE 4 WITH DRUGS 13
March 24, 1971 DEMOCRATIZE PUBLIC LIBRARIES, SAYS KIRKLAND LIBRARIAN 23
March 24, 1971 VETERINARIAN TO OPEN 2ND HOSPITAL (CLARK , L A) 2
March 24, 1971 BONEY, DOROTHY 18
March 24, 1971 BPW MINI-CONFERENCE TO FOCUS ON WORKING WOMEN 19
March 24, 1971 ROCKET GROUP READY TO ROLL INTO MODEL RACING CAR MARKET 13
March 24, 1971 SOCCER POSSIBLE IN LW SCHOOLS 8
March 24, 1971 RAILPAX WON'T AFFECT EAST SIDE FREIGHT RATES 14
March 24, 1971 STORM WATER FLOW CHANGED TO COMMERCIAL 12
March 24, 1971 MURIEL BEVILACQUA, GORDON LOGAN 20
March 24, 1971 LINDA JANE SAX, JOHN GARRISON 20
March 24, 1971 DARLENE BRITSCH, DENNIS HUMPHREY 20
March 31, 1971 BANK HAS OPENING (PHOTO AT BANK OF THE WEST) 7
March 31, 1971 RETIRED, ON FIXED INCOME, HE'LL VOTE NO ON SCHOOL LEVY (BRUNEAU, PIERRE SR) 1
March 31, 1971 MRS STEELE NAMED CLUBWOMAN OF THE YEAR (STEELE, DORIS) 22
March 31, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (HALL, JANE) 23
March 31, 1971 TEACHER COMPOSED THE MUSIC AND STUDENT WROTE THE WORDS (ERONSON / KUNZ) 23
March 31, 1971 SCHOOL BUILDING REPORT: DIRECTORS IRKED AT MISSED DEADLINES 2
March 31, 1971 SIMPSON'S NEW OFFICE WILL BE IN KIRKLAND (SIMPSON BUILDING SUPPLY) 7
March 31, 1971 QUICK-THINKING FIREMEN RESCUE GIRL, 2 , FROM DRAIN PIPE HAZARD (JONES, JANA) 23
March 31, 1971 RECREATION MANAGER SUPPORTS KIDS' PLEA FOR TEENAGE CENTER 1
March 31, 1971 LETTERS ON SCHOOL LEVY 26-27
March 31, 1971 RETIRED, ON FIXED INCOME, HE'LL VOTE NO ON SCHOOL LEVY (BRUNEAU, PIERRE SR) 1
March 31, 1971 LWEA, PARENTS TO JOIN IN DRIVE FOR LEVY'S PASSAGE 1
March 31, 1971 PARENTS' GROUP RAPS SCHEDULING AT KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH 2
March 31, 1971 SCHOOLS CONSIDER 1971-72 SCHEDULE 7
March 31, 1971 GERMAN STUDENTS SEE STATE GOVERNMENT AT WORK IN OLYMPIA 21
March 31, 1971 SCHOOL PROGRAM EVALUATION TO BECOME MORE PRECISE 27
March 31, 1971 STUDENT TO STUDY IN ENGLAND (LOVELESS, STEPHEN) 27
March 31, 1971 RONDA JEAN HAIR, PETER FITZPATRICK 22
March 31, 1971 CHERYL KAY HOYT, JOHN HUESTIS JR 22
March 31, 1971 QUICK-THINKING FIREMEN RESCUE GIRL, 2 , FROM DRAIN PIPE HAZARD (JONES, JANA) 23
March 31, 1971 CITIZENS ADVISE IN PLANNING 16
March 31, 1971 BEACH DEVELOPERS ACCEPTED 2
March 31, 1971 WILLIAMS, MARY 20
March 31, 1971 ROVOLD, MARY 20
March 31, 1971 STUTTER, MAUDE 20
March 31, 1971 ROBINSON, KEARNEY 20
March 31, 1971 FRANK, CHARLES 20
March 31, 1971 URSETH, LOREN 20
March 31, 1971 LONGO, JULIAN 20
March 31, 1971 RECREATION MANAGER SUPPORTS KIDS' PLEA FOR TEENAGE CENTER 1
March 31, 1971 KIRKLAND PARK DEPARTMENT JUDO CLASSES ARE POPULAR 5
March 31, 1971 EVERGREEN BRIDGE CLOSED (PHOTO) 2
March 31, 1971 NE 24TH NEARS COMPLETION (PHOTO) 13
March 31, 1971 STORM CLOSES EVERGREEN BRIDGE, FELLS TREES, DOWNS LINES 1
March 31, 1971 MARCH IS - UH - KITE WEATHER? (PHOTO) 2
March 31, 1971 KRIS MAKELA, JOHN ZETTY 22
April 7, 1971 VOTE YES FOR SCHOOLS 3
April 7, 1971 DON'T VOTE ON SCHOOL LEVY 7
April 7, 1971 GRAND OPENING AT OWEN'S GOURMET 16
April 7, 1971 LOCAL BEAUTY SEEK TITLE OF MISS WASHINGTON UNIVERSE (MCCOMB, CHRISTINE) 6
April 7, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (ELLEGAARD, JOANNE) 17
April 7, 1971 STUDENT POTTER OPENS HOME STUDIO (WINNIE, DAVID) 28
April 7, 1971 KIRKLAND BUILDING ACTION SOARS 1
April 7, 1971 FORMER KIRKLAND HOSPITAL OWNER REGRETS ITS PREMATURE CLOSING 1
April 7, 1971 SON AND MOTHER WERE FIRST, LAST PATIENTS 1
April 7, 1971 FIRST HOSPITAL WAS PRIVATE RESIDENCE 1
April 7, 1971 THREE NEW BUSINESSES JOIN PAR MAC INDUSTRIAL PARK 15
April 7, 1971 KIRKLANDER SAVES MAN FROM BURNING CAMPER (DELANEY, R P) 1
April 7, 1971 KIRKLAND BUILDING ACTION SOARS 1
April 7, 1971 SCHOOL LEVY FATE TO BE SETTLED TUESDAY 1
April 7, 1971 WHO BELONGS TO THE 'NO VOTE' COMMITTEE 1
April 7, 1971 LETTERS ABOUT SCHOOL LEVY 27
April 7, 1971 SCHOOL LEVY FAILURE WOULD CUT 275 JOBS, CLOSE 3 SCHOOLS 28
April 7, 1971 LEVY WORKERS TO SEEK EVERY VOTER 28
April 7, 1971 PUBLIC OFFICIALS, MERCHANTS BACK SCHOOL LEVY, BONDS 28
April 7, 1971 CAROLYN YOUNG, L BRUCE LOWENTHAL 22
April 7, 1971 KATHLEEN BURKE, DAVID VANDERFORD 22
April 7, 1971 R NYQUIST CLAIMED BY HOUSE FIRE 2
April 7, 1971 'NO NEW TAXES' SAYS 48TH DIST POLL 2
April 7, 1971 FIRST HOSPITAL WAS PRIVATE RESIDENCE 1
April 7, 1971 KIRKLAND MUSEUM IN NEED OF HOME 14
April 7, 1971 MARINA SET FOR GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE 2
April 7, 1971 EASTER BUNNY TO VISIT (PHOTO) 17
April 7, 1971 DANA RESEARCH WILL NOT BECOME FOGGY ISSUE 15
April 7, 1971 FORMER KIRKLAND HOSPITAL OWNER REGRETS ITS PREMATURE CLOSING 1
April 7, 1971 SON AND MOTHER WERE FIRST, LAST PATIENTS 1
April 7, 1971 FIRST HOSPITAL WAS PRIVATE RESIDENCE 1
April 7, 1971 SMITH, ALAN 14
April 7, 1971 KUNTZ, ROY 14
April 7, 1971 ROWE, CLARA 14
April 7, 1971 CONNORS, KATHRYN 14
April 7, 1971 HARTMAN, JONATHAN 23
April 7, 1971 JOURNAL WOMEN WIN EIGHT AWARDS IN STATE CONTEST 21
April 7, 1971 SCOTT STEPS UP HIS TRAINING FOR COHEN FIGHT (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
April 7, 1971 PERMIT REQUIRED FOR HIGH WOODLANDS POOL 15
April 7, 1971 CITY WORK PRAISED 2
April 7, 1971 RHONDA LEE REIMAN, STEVEN TAYLOR 22
April 14, 1971 BANK OF KIRKLAND TOPS $1 MILLION 5
April 14, 1971 NB OF C YARROW UNIT OPENS MONDAY 5
April 14, 1971 MISS USA PAGEANT IS NEXT FOR MISS WASHINGTON UNIVERSE (MCCOMB, CHRISTINE) 13
April 14, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (MCIVER, RENEE) 18
April 14, 1971 LABOR STRIKES IMPERIL HOSPITAL SCHEDULE 1
April 14, 1971 CREATIVE ARTS LEAGUE BUILDING NOMINATED AS STATE HISTORIC SITE 1
April 14, 1971 ANTIQUE SHOP OPENS IN STORE (THE GOOD OLD DAYS) 5
April 14, 1971 FULLY INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION TO START AT MUIR, JUANITA THIS FALL 1
April 14, 1971 LWHS STUDENTS TO DEBATE DRUGS 1
April 14, 1971 STUDENT AND INSTRUCTOR BOTH LEARN IN BCC PROGRAM FOR HANDICAPPED 13
April 14, 1971 LAKEVIEW SCHOOL BALLERINAS IN RECITAL 14
April 14, 1971 PARK BOARD ASKS IDEAS FOR HOUGHTON BEACH PARK 1
April 14, 1971 LABOR STRIKES IMPERIL HOSPITAL SCHEDULE 1
April 14, 1971 PARK BOARD ASKS IDEAS FOR HOUGHTON BEACH PARK 1
April 14, 1971 KIRKLAND POLICE SEEK FEWER ACCIDENTS 1
April 14, 1971 POLICE GRANTED 2 CYCLES 1
April 14, 1971 BILLBOARD FIRM TAKES SIGN ACTION TO COURT 1
April 14, 1971 GUILTY PLEA ENTERED (BOMBING) 11
April 14, 1971 LABOR STRIKES IMPERIL HOSPITAL SCHEDULE 1
April 14, 1971 TARRANT, EVELYN 18
April 14, 1971 STRATE, ETHEL 18
April 14, 1971 NYQUIST, DICK 18
April 14, 1971 JOURNAL PUBLISHER WINS BPW AWARD FOR ADVANCING WOMEN IN JOURNALISM 13
April 14, 1971 SCOTT SHARPENS WITH LENGTHY SPARRING (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
April 14, 1971 PARK BOARD ASKS IDEAS FOR HOUGHTON BEACH PARK 1
April 14, 1971 124TH AVE IMPROVEMENTS TO INCLUDE KINGSGATE WAY 3
April 14, 1971 SEWER DISTRICT APPROVES TWO ANNEXATIONS 3
April 14, 1971 NEW PHONE BOOKS OUT THIS WEEK 3
April 14, 1971 MARCIA LEE HILL, MICHAEL LUDERS 14
April 14, 1971 DEBORRAH GROSZ, MARK HOLLY 14
April 21, 1971 EAST SIDE JOURNAL - TOP AWARD WINNER 17
April 21, 1971 MRS GALLEY CELEBRATES (GALLEY, MINNIE) 7
April 21, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (SHERMAN, SONDY) 16
April 21, 1971 BPW NAMES LARUE KRUMM WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT 21
April 21, 1971 LOOK FOR CALM MAN AT WEDDING - THAT'S FORTESCUE (FORTESCUE, ERNIE) 23
April 21, 1971 PLANS LAID FOR JUANITA TEEN CENTER ON STATE LAND 1
April 21, 1971 BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED FOR FIRESTONE, PENNEY'S 28
April 21, 1971 REDMOND GROUP PLEDGES $25000 FOR RHS FOOTBALL FIELD 3
April 21, 1971 OWENS GOURMET TO SELL LIQUOR 4
April 21, 1971 BRIDE'S CHOICE RULES AT JEAN'S 23
April 21, 1971 LWHS GIRL INJURED IN FALL FROM MOVING AUTOMOBILE (DEYOE, DEBBIE) 2
April 21, 1971 PLANS LAID FOR JUANITA TEEN CENTER ON STATE LAND 1
April 21, 1971 SCHOOL LEVY PASSES - WITH 88.7% MAJORITY 1
April 21, 1971 HORACE MANN THANKS VOTERS (PHOTO) 1
April 21, 1971 KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH TO CUT UNSCHEDULED TIME 3
April 21, 1971 LW STUDENT IN GERMANY NAMED YEAR BOOK EDITOR (CRAMPTON, CARL) 15
April 21, 1971 ADULT EDUCATION SCHOOL PLANS OPEN CLASSES NEXT WEEK 21
April 21, 1971 LETTERS ABOUT SCHOOL LEVY 26
April 21, 1971 DIST 110 DIRECTORS RESIGN 27
April 21, 1971 ANTI-LEVY UNION HILL BOOSTS ELECTION OVER VALIDATION MARK 27
April 21, 1971 OPENING YACHT PARADE TO STOP AT KIRKLAND 3
April 21, 1971 $250 FINE ASSESSED FOR BURNING 2
April 21, 1971 DISTRICT 34 STATION APPROVED 26
April 21, 1971 TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES PROVIDE WORD PICTURES OF THIS AREA 22
April 21, 1971 PLANNING GROUP TO RECOMMEND HOUGHTON PLAT, EXCAVATION 27
April 21, 1971 PLANS LAID FOR JUANITA TEEN CENTER ON STATE LAND 1
April 21, 1971 WATERFRONT PLAN IN ADVANCE OF SHORELINE LAW 1
April 21, 1971 JOBLESS MAN TAKES OWN LIFE (KINDRED, MARK) 1
April 21, 1971 HIGH WOODLANDS POOL ERUPTS IN LAWSUITS 2
April 21, 1971 BURGLARY REPORTED 3
April 21, 1971 TWO ARRESTED FOR TRESPASSING 3
April 21, 1971 REED, MERRELL 7
April 21, 1971 JOURNAL STAFF MEMBERS WIN NINE AWARDS TO PACE STATE'S WEEKLIES 28
April 21, 1971 SCOTT SEEKS REVENGE TOMORROW IN CRUCIAL BOUT (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
April 21, 1971 DEYOUNG SETS GIRLS' JUMPMARK (DEYOUNG, JOHANNA) 4
April 21, 1971 BOB WAITE WINS SAMMAMISH HYDRO TEST FOR THIRD YEAR IN A ROW 5
April 21, 1971 PARK BOARD ASKS BIDS ON CONCESSION 2
April 21, 1971 HIGH WOODLANDS POOL ERUPTS IN LAWSUITS 2
April 21, 1971 CITIZENS REACT TO BOAT LAUNCH PROPOSAL 2
April 21, 1971 UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS 27
April 21, 1971 CITIZENS REACT TO BOAT LAUNCH PROPOSAL 2
April 21, 1971 OPENING YACHT PARADE TO STOP AT KIRKLAND 3
April 21, 1971 ONE-WAY TRAFFIC PATTERN PROPOSED FOR DOWNTOWN KIRKLAND 1
April 21, 1971 MARKET ST IMPROVEMENTS WOULD EXTEND TO NE 124TH 2
April 21, 1971 EVERY STREET PAVED IN 1971 IS CITY GOAL 2
April 21, 1971 SPEED LIMITS FROM STATE HIGHWAY TO BE REVAMPED 3
April 21, 1971 SOLUTION TO GARBAGE PROBLEM POSSIBLE, CHAMBER IS TOLD 3
April 21, 1971 TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES PROVIDE WORD PICTURES OF THIS AREA 22
April 21, 1971 CONNIE CARMICHAEL, MICHAEL JAY ERION 21
April 21, 1971 NANCY JANE KEY, GARY LABRIE 21
April 28, 1971 TIKI GODS FROM RAILROAD TIES ARE OUTCOME OF HOBBY (MICHEL, DANIEL) 2
April 28, 1971 DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN KNOWN FOR HER MANY GOOD WORKS (WALKER, MABEL) 25
April 28, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (TONNING, SALLY) 27
April 28, 1971 JUANITA FIRS SHOPPING AREA TO EXPAND (SKETCH) 31
April 28, 1971 TRAILER LOAD OF FOOD COLLECTED 3
April 28, 1971 BOB WIESEN TO RETIRE AS SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR 1
April 28, 1971 LWHS DEBATERS DON'T MAKE EASY ARGUMENTATIVE PREY 1
April 28, 1971 LWEA COMMITTEE UNDERWRITES INNOVATIVE CLASSROOM PROJECTS 19
April 28, 1971 NORKIRK STUDENTS OFFERED FRIDAY AFTERNOON ELECTIVES 26
April 28, 1971 BULK OF PROPERTY TAX RECEIVED BY SCHOOLS 30
April 28, 1971 BCC SERVICE HELPS STUDENTS 31
April 28, 1971 ARLENE BROWN, STEVEN DAHL 25
April 28, 1971 DIANE BROWN, RICHARD EIRICH 25
April 28, 1971 SUSANNE LINDSTROM, DOUGLAS SHEEHAN 25
April 28, 1971 SUZANNE BUTE, BRUCE JOHNSON 25
April 28, 1971 KIRKLAND RECEPTION PLANNED FOR MICKEY MOUSE 1A
April 28, 1971 MICKEY TO VISIT KIRKLAND 1
April 28, 1971 FIREFIGHTING WAS A MAJOR PROBLEM IN KIRKLAND 50 YEARS AGO 26
April 28, 1971 FIREFIGHTING WAS A MAJOR PROBLEM IN KIRKLAND 50 YEARS AGO 26
April 28, 1971 JUANITA FIRS SHOPPING AREA TO EXPAND (SKETCH) 31
April 28, 1971 START OF MARINA EXPECTED IN MAY 30
April 28, 1971 HIGH WOODLAND POOL STAYS AFLOAT IN COURT 1
April 28, 1971 SHOT TAKES WOMAN'S LIFE (PETERSON, RITA M) 19
April 28, 1971 K CUMMINGS NAMED AS NEW NURSING DIRECTOR 26
April 28, 1971 EDWARDS, SOPHIA 14
April 28, 1971 REZNICK, JOHN 14
April 28, 1971 DRAKE, REGINA 14
April 28, 1971 BARTEE, VICKI 14
April 28, 1971 SCOTT, LEILA 14
April 28, 1971 REECE, MYRTLE 14
April 28, 1971 CUB SCOUT PACK 428 MARKS 25 CONSECUTIVE YEARS 9
April 28, 1971 SCOTT LOSES SPLIT DECISION AS COHEN RALLIES TO TAKE FINAL TWO ROUNDS (SCOTT, FRASER) 8
April 28, 1971 HIGH WOODLAND POOL STAYS AFLOAT IN COURT 1
April 28, 1971 START OF MARINA EXPECTED IN MAY 30
April 28, 1971 SPECIAL BOATING SECTION 1A-4A
April 28, 1971 EMPTY BUT NOT FOR LONG (PHOTO OF MARINA SLIPS) 2A
April 28, 1971 SUBMERGED BAR NEAR MARINA (SKETCH) 3A
April 28, 1971 YARROW BAY YACHT CLUB ENTERS OPENING DAY PARADE 4A
April 28, 1971 EVERGREEN USE DROPS 2A
April 28, 1971 MARKET STREET BEAUTIFICATION PROPOSED ALONG WITH EXTENSION 1
April 28, 1971 SR 520 SAFETY WORK SET 1
April 28, 1971 GENERAL TEL REQUESTING SUPPORTIVE RATE INCREASE 1
April 28, 1971 AWARD OF WATER PROJECT BID IS NEAR 1
April 28, 1971 STORM SEWER END CAVES IN (PHOTO) 31
April 28, 1971 SHARON TIMMONS, STEVEN HOWARD 27
May 5, 1971 SPRAYS CELEBRATE 67 YEARS WED (SPRAY, MR AND MRS W B) 17
May 5, 1971 AT THE GALLERY (PHOTO OF WELLS, TOM) 11
May 5, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (PINDROH, ALBERT) 18
May 5, 1971 SCOUTER HENDRICKSON WINS LIBERTY BELL HONOR (HENDRICKSON, GEORGE) 19
May 5, 1971 JUANITA INN OFFERS SELECTIONS 2
May 5, 1971 NEW ATTRACTIONS AT THE FLAME 2
May 5, 1971 TERRY'S WAGONWHEEL A POPULAR SPOT! 3
May 5, 1971 STUDENT PET SHOW (PHOTO AT A G BELL) 12
May 5, 1971 OUT-OF-DISTRICT SPECIAL ED CENTER ENROLLMENT TO BE LIMITED 3
May 5, 1971 HAT DAY (PHOTO AT FHJH) 11
May 5, 1971 ROLYNN SHELLUM, STEVEN P ANDERSON 18
May 5, 1971 PAULINE PRICE, STEVEN SKOGMO 18
May 5, 1971 CITY HELP IN CLEANUP APPRECIATED 13
May 5, 1971 GIRL SCOUTS TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT ECOLOGY 17
May 5, 1971 MICKEY VISITS KIRKLAND (PHOTO) 1
May 5, 1971 YACHTS, MICKEY MOUSE, SUN DRAW HUNDREDS TO MARINA DOCK 24
May 5, 1971 GRIVE'S REDISTRICTING PLAN WOULD SPLIT KIRKLAND IN THREE 13
May 5, 1971 TRAILER PARKING RULES SET 1
May 5, 1971 ARMED MAN ASKS HELP, RECEIVES IT 13
May 5, 1971 POSSESSION CHARGED 13
May 5, 1971 KIRKLAND POLICE EXPENSE RANKS 18TH IN STATE 22
May 5, 1971 HUBBELL, FRANK 16
May 5, 1971 PALEN, LILLIE 16
May 5, 1971 KARDONG, JOSEPH 16
May 5, 1971 STEINER, FREDERIC 16
May 5, 1971 HUNTER, RUTH 16
May 5, 1971 LEMMON, GEORGE 16
May 5, 1971 DENNY, FRANK 16
May 5, 1971 GRISWOLD, WESLEY 16
May 5, 1971 NORBY, SOFUS 16
May 5, 1971 GIRL SCOUTS TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT ECOLOGY 17
May 5, 1971 MEN RECEIVE SCOUTING AWARDS 19
May 5, 1971 SIXKILLER HELPS OPEN KIRKLAND LITTLE LEAGUE 4
May 5, 1971 HIGH WOODLANDS POOL: OPPONENTS SAY THEY WANT TRUE VOTE 1
May 5, 1971 TRAILER PARKING RULES SET 1
May 5, 1971 TRAILER PARKING RULES SET 1
May 5, 1971 TRAILER PARKING RULES SET 1
May 5, 1971 DO KIRKLAND-BOUND MOTORISTS NEED MORE SIGNS 1
May 5, 1971 CONTRACT LET FOR 124TH NE 2
May 5, 1971 AUDIENCE SCANT BUT INTEREST PERTINENT TO ONE-WAY PROPOSAL 12
May 5, 1971 POWER RATE HIKE ASKED 1
May 5, 1971 GENERAL TEL 1970 RETURN LESS THAN FAIR 1
May 5, 1971 FIRST COUNTY WATER DISTRICT HAS SUPPLY LINE IN KIRKLAND 3
May 5, 1971 $580,000 OKAYED FOR WATER MAIN PROJECTS 22
May 5, 1971 SANDRA MURRAY, IAN MCDONOUGH 17
May 12, 1971 CASCADIAN CHORALE IN CONCERT 3
May 12, 1971 IT IS CALLED TABLE TENNIS BY GERMAN STUDENT (DYLLICK-BRENZINGER, THOMAS) 5
May 12, 1971 SCOUT EARNS CHURCH AWARD (MCCRACKEN, BEN) 18
May 12, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (DALE, PATTY) 25
May 12, 1971 JAMIE BAKER HONORED AT OPEN HOUSE 29
May 12, 1971 HOUSEHOLD THREE-RING CIRCUS BEFORE 'JOURNAL DAY' (GREENWOOD) 30
May 12, 1971 FORMER RESIDENT WISHES TO VISIT (MOORE, ARMELLA) 30
May 12, 1971 LEGISLATURE ACTS ON BRIDLE TRAILS 1
May 12, 1971 EVERGREEN GENERAL HOSPITAL 60 PER CENT COMPLETE 19
May 12, 1971 APARTMENT VACANCIES DROP BELOW 10% 1
May 12, 1971 COUNTY AGAIN CONSIDERS CITY'S POSITION ON NE 85TH CORRIDOR 1
May 12, 1971 JUANITA FIRS REZONE ASKED FOR EXPANSION 3
May 12, 1971 FISHERMAN IS FEARED DROWNED (WOOLLEY, RALPH) 28
May 12, 1971 KIRKLAND CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP AT 155 30
May 12, 1971 VISIT TO FOOD BANK STARTS DRIVE AT BEN FRANKLIN SCHOOL 30
May 12, 1971 JUANITA FIRS REZONE ASKED FOR EXPANSION 3
May 12, 1971 EV COX TO LEAVE BELL ON SABBATICAL 2
May 12, 1971 WILLIAM HAMLIN HEADS CITIZENS ADVISORY BOARD 2
May 12, 1971 SCHOOL ART FAIRS TO ATTRACT SPECTATORS THIS WEEKEND 23
May 12, 1971 JULIANNE DEYOUNG, GARY OLSON 24
May 12, 1971 JOAN GOUYD, ROBERT VERME 24
May 12, 1971 MARY WILSON, ALLAN YOUNGBERG 24
May 12, 1971 CONNIE LOESBY, JOHN ROBERT HILL 24
May 12, 1971 KIMBERLEY FORNEY, THOMAS HADLEY 24
May 12, 1971 A RECYCLED TREE (PHOTO AT MARK TWAIN) 7
May 12, 1971 PLANTING CEREMONY (PHOTO AT HELEN KELLER) 7
May 12, 1971 SIMPSON RESEARCH CENTER HAS KEY WORK FOR COMMUNITY 15
May 12, 1971 FT FUNDING APPROVED FOR JUANITA PARK 18
May 12, 1971 GROUP STUDIES REGIONAL BOAT RAMP 1
May 12, 1971 THIEVES TAKE CAMERAS 2
May 12, 1971 EVERGREEN GENERAL HOSPITAL 60 PER CENT COMPLETE 19
May 12, 1971 OVERDOSES REQUIRE HOSPITALIZATION 28
May 12, 1971 GOSS, NEDRA 22
May 12, 1971 CHRISTENSEN, W R 22
May 12, 1971 BOYLE, ERNEST 22
May 12, 1971 VAN ALSTYNE, CHARLES 22
May 12, 1971 O'HARA, WILLIAM 22
May 12, 1971 GIRL SCOUTS ACCEPT CHALLENGE OF EARNING FIRST CLASS AWARD 25
May 12, 1971 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL GUILDS HOLD INSTALLATION CEREMONY 19
May 12, 1971 POSTAGE RATES GO UP MAY 16 2
May 12, 1971 GROUP STUDIES REGIONAL BOAT RAMP 1
May 12, 1971 FT FUNDING APPROVED FOR JUANITA PARK 18
May 12, 1971 GROUP STUDIES REGIONAL BOAT RAMP 1
May 12, 1971 NO PLANS FOR LAKE BOATERS, SAYS PORT COMMISSIONERS 1
May 12, 1971 STORM SEWER COULD DELAY LAKE PLAZA 1
May 12, 1971 FUTURE OF SR520 GIVEN 14
May 12, 1971 ROSE HILL CONSTRUCTION FOR 901 WIDENING (PHOTO) 14
May 12, 1971 STORM SEWER COULD DELAY LAKE PLAZA 1
May 12, 1971 UNDERGROUNDING PROJECT HITS SNAG 1
May 19, 1971 FOR AUTHOR HAZEL BERTO, ALASKA IS FOREVER IN HER WRITING EXPERIENCES 17
May 19, 1971 TEACHER WITH A POCKET FULL OF BEAR HUGS (WIGGINS, DOROTHY) 18
May 19, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (POSEY, SHIRLEY) 18
May 19, 1971 FIRESTONE PERMIT TOPS ALL OTHERS 2
May 19, 1971 LWHS PARKING LOT CLOSED TO CURB ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES 1
May 19, 1971 ROBERT FROST STUDENTS MAKE LASTING CONTRIBUTION 11
May 19, 1971 BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING BEHIND SCHEDULE 3
May 19, 1971 LARGE WEDDING PLAN? THINK OF JOYCE (DON'S JUANITA RENTALS) 19
May 19, 1971 FOR FASHIONABLE LOOK, TRY THE STEIN 19
May 19, 1971 PAYMENT OF FEE QUESTIONED: SCHOOL DIRECTOR TERMS CITY UNCOOPERATIVE 1
May 19, 1971 LWSD SHUFFLES ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIGNMENTS 1
May 19, 1971 60 STUDENT MUSICIANS PERFORM FOR BOARD 3
May 19, 1971 ROBERT FROST STUDENTS MAKE LASTING CONTRIBUTION 11
May 19, 1971 JUANITA HIGH MEETINGS PLANNED 23
May 19, 1971 TOMORROW NIGHT'S HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ARE SPECIAL PEOPLE 24
May 19, 1971 FIREMEN HONOR CO-WORKER (CUDABACK, EMERY) 24
May 19, 1971 FIRE CHIEF RETIRES (ANDERSON, ALBERT "ANDY") 24
May 19, 1971 GROUP HEALTH TO GO TO KIRKLAND, REDMOND? 1
May 19, 1971 WHAT SHOULD HOUGHTON BEACH OFFER? 13
May 19, 1971 WHAT SHOULD HOUGHTON BEACH OFFER? 13
May 19, 1971 JUVENILE COURT IS NOT THE SUPER PARENT OF EVERY KID IN KING COUNTY 1
May 19, 1971 LWHS PARKING LOT CLOSED TO CURB ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES 1
May 19, 1971 WOOLLEY, RALPH 16
May 19, 1971 GRENFELL, BETTY 16
May 19, 1971 YOUNG, DONALD 16
May 19, 1971 VOYZEY, HARRY 16
May 19, 1971 PEACOCK, NANCY 16
May 19, 1971 WEBB, WILLIE 16
May 19, 1971 HEDRICK, ROSALTHA 16
May 19, 1971 ROSIN, MARGUERITE 16
May 19, 1971 SPEAR, WILLIAM 16
May 19, 1971 JACKMAN, ALMIRA 16
May 19, 1971 DOBBS, ROBERT 16
May 19, 1971 HEINRICH, PAUL 16
May 19, 1971 MARK, SILAS 16
May 19, 1971 CAMP FIRE WORK WINS AWARD (PARADIS, VIRGINIA) 17
May 19, 1971 WHAT SHOULD HOUGHTON BEACH OFFER? 13
May 19, 1971 CONCESSION IDEA DROPPED (MARINA PARK) 22
May 19, 1971 NEW MAN JOINS PARK DEPARTMENT (GRAEF, DOUG) 24
May 19, 1971 BOATING DEMONSTRATION SET 3
May 19, 1971 PROTEST PLANNED (SAVE SIMONDS ROAD) 2
May 19, 1971 2 MEETINGS TO AIR SIMONDS ROAD PROJECT 2
May 19, 1971 WAY CLEARED TO START LAKE PLAZA PROJECT THIS SUMMER 2
May 19, 1971 GENERAL TEL INSTALLS 50,000TH UNIT 2
May 19, 1971 TANYA DOVER, THEODORE FLATEAU 17
May 26, 1971 WHITE SWAN CAR WASH - GRAND OPENING 5
May 26, 1971 NB OF C LOW BIDDER ON BONDS 2
May 26, 1971 'PRESIDENT OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN' SETTLES IN JUANITA (AFRICA, PHILIP "SPIKE") 1
May 26, 1971 DONNA, A DOER PAR EXCELLENCE (RAYMOND, DONNA) 17
May 26, 1971 MRS STONE IS NEW PRESIDENT OF CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY (STONE, MRS CLARENCE) 17
May 26, 1971 BELL PTA AWARDS GOLDEN ACORN (POTTER, MARTHA) 17
May 26, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (STOOPS, JO) 18
May 26, 1971 THE OTHER MRS CRISS, WHOSE NAME IS GLADYS (CRISS, GLADYS) 23
May 26, 1971 PTA COUNCIL AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS (DAVIDSON, SANDRA / JACCARD, WALTER) 24
May 26, 1971 KAMIAKIN DESIGN COMPLETE (SKETCH) 3
May 26, 1971 KIRKLAND FOOD BANK ALSO IN TROUBLE 1
May 26, 1971 SCHOOL BUDGET MEET SET 1
May 26, 1971 GIRLS MARCH FOR EQUAL RIGHTS 2
May 26, 1971 LW STUDENTS TAKE DAY OFF FOR ECOLOGY 3
May 26, 1971 FIRST-GRADERS SUCCEED IN HATCHING (HELEN KELLER) 13
May 26, 1971 STUDENTS LEARN BABY SITTING SKILLS (MARK TWAIN) 13
May 26, 1971 WHO'S MRS CRISS? ASK THE KIDS AT A G BELL 23
May 26, 1971 NORTHWEST COLLEGE TO GRADUATE 51 24
May 26, 1971 ATHLETE TO ADDRESS LWHS GRADUATES JUNE 3 24
May 26, 1971 14 LWHS GRADUATES COME IN PAIRS 24
May 26, 1971 LESLIE KELLEY, STEVEN WALTON 18
May 26, 1971 JOAN CLARK, CORY RAY 18
May 26, 1971 TRUDY AVEY, BRADFORD ENGELBRECHT 18
May 26, 1971 JUDITH HUGO, DAVID RICHARDS 18
May 26, 1971 LW STUDENTS TAKE DAY OFF FOR ECOLOGY 3
May 26, 1971 CHIEF EXPLAINS CITY FIRE RATING TO ROTARY 4
May 26, 1971 KIRKLAND TO LOSE CLOUT IN METRO EXPANSION 1
May 26, 1971 JUANITA RESIDENTS COULD BUY TRIANGLE FOR PARK 2
May 26, 1971 LIONS NAME HARDWICK POLICEMAN OF MONTH (HARDWICK, DAVE) 2
May 26, 1971 BROMAN, OSCAR 16
May 26, 1971 CLITES, HENRY 16
May 26, 1971 BERNARDI, MILDRED 16
May 26, 1971 CARLETON, SMITH 16
May 26, 1971 LEE, VIOLET 16
May 26, 1971 ETZLER, JAMES 16
May 26, 1971 LOOTS, JOHN 16
May 26, 1971 HIMES, MILES 16
May 26, 1971 FISHER, HARVEY 16
May 26, 1971 PETERSON, GUS 16
May 26, 1971 VOTE IS FOR POOL 1
May 26, 1971 JUANITA RESIDENTS COULD BUY TRIANGLE FOR PARK 2
May 26, 1971 BUS SERVICE HERE IS PRETTY STABLE 1
May 26, 1971 FUNDING APPROVED FOR MARKET STREET WIDENING TO NE 124TH 1
May 26, 1971 SAVE SIMONDS MEETS WITH COUNTY TONIGHT 2
May 26, 1971 REVENUE BONDS TO FINANCE WATER-SEWER IMPROVEMENTS 2
May 26, 1971 COUNTY TRANSFER STATION RATES TO RISE NEXT WEEK 2
May 26, 1971 EASTSIDE DISPOSAL REQUESTS GARBAGE RATE INCREASE 19
May 26, 1971 LINDA DAILY, FRANK PERITORE 18
June 2, 1971 2 LWSD ARTISTS TO REPRESENT STATE (WATSON, BOB / MANCL, GAIL) 12
June 2, 1971 YOUNG COUPLE CHOOSES EXPATRIATION (CLEMMONS, JACK / BRENT, MARY) 1
June 2, 1971 TWO WIN MUSIC FESTIVAL SCHOLARSHIPS (KING, APRIL / LOWE, TINA) 17
June 2, 1971 CLOSING OF FOREST RIDGE FOR NEW CAMPUS ... (PEABODY, EUNICE / EVOY, LEE / EVOY, MOLLY) 17
June 2, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (PALMER, LESLIE) 18
June 2, 1971 SHE PAINTS FOR HER OWN ENJOYMENT (HANSCHE, ANNE) 23
June 2, 1971 ARCHITECTS ANSWER CALL FOR COMMUNITY CONCERN 1
June 2, 1971 PACE CHEMICAL COMPANY PLANT WALLS RISE IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 19
June 2, 1971 LWSD NOT NEGOTIATING, TEACHERS SAY 1
June 2, 1971 LWHS TO GRADUATE 352 TOMORROW 1
June 2, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD LINES TO BE STUDIED 2
June 2, 1971 JUANITA HIGH FACULTY APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED 2
June 2, 1971 LWSD SALARIES 33RD HIGHEST IN STATE 2
June 2, 1971 LWSD ASKS APPLICATIONS FOR TEACHER-TRAINING PROJECT 3
June 2, 1971 CLASS OF 1948 PLANS REUNION 13
June 2, 1971 PUGET SOUND COLLEGE TO MOVE TO EAST SIDE 19
June 2, 1971 LIN SALTER, WESLEY ROBERTS 17
June 2, 1971 JUANITA COUNCIL SEEKS HELP IN OPEN SPACE PROPOSAL 1
June 2, 1971 SEWER DISTRICT PROPOSES SANITARY LINE BENEATH LAKE AT JUANITA 2
June 2, 1971 LWSD NOT NEGOTIATING, TEACHERS SAY 1
June 2, 1971 SEWER DISTRICT PROPOSES SANITARY LINE BENEATH LAKE AT JUANITA 2
June 2, 1971 NEW PARK IS CITY'S 7TH ON LAKE (MARSH PARK) 2
June 2, 1971 VANDALS HIT POOL FACILITY (PHOTO) 1
June 2, 1971 VANDALS HIT POOL FACILITY (PHOTO) 1
June 2, 1971 LAUNDROMAT VANDALIZED 22
June 2, 1971 BURGLARS TAKE HUNTING GEAR 23
June 2, 1971 DR MCKIBBEN NAMED CHIEF OF EVERGREEN HOSPITAL STAFF 2
June 2, 1971 ROCHE, FRANK 16
June 2, 1971 HOLDERNESS, JACK 16
June 2, 1971 STUBBS, ROBERTA 16
June 2, 1971 CHIOCCHIO, DOMINICK 16
June 2, 1971 CLITES, HENRY 16
June 2, 1971 CAMPOREE HAS LARGE ATTENDANCE 13
June 2, 1971 SEMI-PRO FOOTBALL TEAM HERE? 4
June 2, 1971 SCOTT IN GYM (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
June 2, 1971 JUANITA COUNCIL SEEKS HELP IN OPEN SPACE PROPOSAL 1
June 2, 1971 NEW PARK IS CITY'S 7TH ON LAKE (MARSH PARK) 2
June 2, 1971 BUS IS RESULT OF YEAR-LONG COMMUNITY-WIDE DRIVE (HANDICAPPED) 11
June 2, 1971 SEWER DISTRICT PROPOSES SANITARY LINE BENEATH LAKE AT JUANITA 2
June 9, 1971 STINSONS HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY (STINSON, MR AND MRS LISLE) 18
June 9, 1971 TIGER 'MUM' ABOUT 3 LOST YEARS (MCGREW, DICK) 1
June 9, 1971 SHE'LL BE PAID FOR SHOOTING THE RAPIDS (NELSON, MARCIA) 17
June 9, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (SUTHOFF, BETSY & CATHY) 18
June 9, 1971 NEWS OF FORMER KIRKLAND RESIDENT (APRILL, ELISABETH WILSIE) 18
June 9, 1971 KELLER ELEMENTARY DEDICATION SET 24
June 9, 1971 KIRKLAND VACANCIES PUT AT 7 PER CENT 1
June 9, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS NEW TEACHER PAY PLAN 1
June 9, 1971 LWSD OKAYS $16.4 MILLION BUDGET 1
June 9, 1971 AFTER COMMENCEMENT CAME THE GRADUATION PARTY FOR LWHS SENIORS (PHOTOS) 3
June 9, 1971 TEACHERS IGNORED IN NEW SALARY SCHEDULE (LETTER FROM BINYON, DORTHA) 22
June 9, 1971 TEACHERS VS SALARY PLAN - WHAT'S NEXT? 23
June 9, 1971 BARBARA PENNINGTON, STEVE F RICE 18
June 9, 1971 MARY BLANEY, GARY JOHNSON 18
June 9, 1971 DORIAN JEAN LOUNSBURY, CARL ANDERSON 18
June 9, 1971 ANNUAL BEACH CLEAN-UP (PHOTO) 2
June 9, 1971 BIG FROG FOUND IN LITTLE POND 13
June 9, 1971 PUBLIC HEALTH FAMILY PLANNING AVAILABLE TO AREA RESIDENTS 17
June 9, 1971 TEACHERS VS SALARY PLAN - WHAT'S NEXT? 23
June 9, 1971 ANNUAL BEACH CLEAN-UP (PHOTO) 2
June 9, 1971 THENO, VIVIAN 16
June 9, 1971 JACKMAN, JOHN 16
June 9, 1971 HANSEN, HANS 16
June 9, 1971 STETSON, HAROLD 16
June 9, 1971 SMITH, MAJOR E E 16
June 9, 1971 JOHNSTON, THEODORA 16
June 9, 1971 JOHNSON THROWS CUBS NO-HIT GAME (JOHNSON, RUSTY) 4
June 9, 1971 CASCADE CYCLING CLUB STARTS LOCAL CHAPTER 5
June 9, 1971 OVER 100 ENTRANTS TO VIE IN TENNIS TOURNEY 5
June 9, 1971 DUGOUTS ARE IMPROVED 4
June 9, 1971 ONE-WAY TRAFFIC CAUTIOUSLY BOOSTED 1
June 9, 1971 DOWNTOWN PARKING VARIANCE HINGES ON ADEQUATE FUTURE OFFSTREET PARKING 1
June 9, 1971 MARKET STREET AGREEMENTS WITH COUNTY, STATE APPROVED 2
June 9, 1971 HADLEY DEVELOPMENT PARKING VARIANCE THOUGHT 'SUBSTANTIAL' 2
June 9, 1971 LANDSCAPING SET ON 405 13
June 9, 1971 RATE INCREASE HEARINGS SET FOR GENERAL TEL, PUGET 1
June 16, 1971 FAMILY HONORS R DEVERES ON ANNIVERSARY (DEVERE, MR AND MRS RAYMOND SR) 22
June 16, 1971 KIWANIS AWARDS SCHOLAR (TEUTSCH, TERRI) 16
June 16, 1971 BANDUNG, INDONESIA, IS DESTINATION OF AREA FAMILIES (OWEN / MILES) 21
June 16, 1971 TEACHER CLOSES 34-YEAR CAREER (GUTZLER, MABEL) 21
June 16, 1971 IT BEGAN WITH POTTERY CLASSES (YOUNGBERG, CAROL) 21
June 16, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (RAINWATER, JUDY) 22
June 16, 1971 SCHOLARSHIP WINNER ABOUNDS WITH TALENTS (ERONSON, TERESA) 22
June 16, 1971 FAMILY LOVE AND COOPERATION HERE THE SAME AS IN JAPAN (TAKEUCHI, YURI) 23
June 16, 1971 ORDINANCE TO PROTECT OLD BUILDING NEEDS REWORKING 1
June 16, 1971 DOWNTOWN SERVICE STATION BAN PROPOSED 1
June 16, 1971 PEAR TREE OPENING SET 3
June 16, 1971 NEW LIQUOR STORE OPEN IN JUANITA 27
June 16, 1971 DOWNTOWN SERVICE STATION BAN PROPOSED 1
June 16, 1971 DEVELOPMENT ZONING CHANGE WOULD DETER SPECULATION 2
June 16, 1971 UPPER AND LOWER LOTS FEASIBLE FOR 10TH WEST, PLANNERS SAY 2
June 16, 1971 TEACHERS ASK FOR IMPASSE COMMITTEE 1
June 16, 1971 DIRECTORS REITERATE STAND 1
June 16, 1971 MANY STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS EARNED AT KJHS 15
June 16, 1971 TEACHER CLOSES 34-YEAR CAREER (GUTZLER, MABEL) 21
June 16, 1971 CANDIDATES FILE IN JULY FOR THREE SCHOOL BOARD POSTS 28
June 16, 1971 PARK OPERATOR SUGGESTS EAST SIDE ROCK FESTIVAL 28
June 16, 1971 FIRE SAFETY PROGRAM TO PROTECT INVALIDS 1
June 16, 1971 NEW LEVY BREAK FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 1
June 16, 1971 FIRE SAFETY PROGRAM TO PROTECT INVALIDS 1
June 16, 1971 COMMUNITY APPROVES HOUGHTON PARK PLAN 20
June 16, 1971 JUANITA PROPOSED FOR COUNTY POLICE STATION 2
June 16, 1971 PERMIT ASKED FOR JUANITA BEACH WORK 6
June 16, 1971 JUANITA CDC GOES ON RECORD: OPEN SPACES, ROAD PLANS AIRED 28
June 16, 1971 TEACHERS ASK FOR IMPASSE COMMITTEE 1
June 16, 1971 PERMIT ASKED FOR JUANITA BEACH WORK 6
June 16, 1971 COMMUNITY APPROVES HOUGHTON PARK PLAN 20
June 16, 1971 BOAT LAUNCH COMMITTEE ASKS FOR CITIZEN VOLUNTEERS 27
June 16, 1971 JUANITA PROPOSED FOR COUNTY POLICE STATION 2
June 16, 1971 GROUP HEALTH CLINIC PROJECT POSTPONED 1
June 16, 1971 RAPER, VIRGIL 20
June 16, 1971 RUSSELL, ROBERT 20
June 16, 1971 LAMONT, JEAN 20
June 16, 1971 DEACON, RALPH 20
June 16, 1971 DOWNES, THOMAS 20
June 16, 1971 MILLER, JACK 20
June 16, 1971 NIELSEN, ALFRED 20
June 16, 1971 DR EINSTEIN SPEAKS TO KIWANIS CLUB 6
June 16, 1971 GREAT SCOTT! THE CHAMP AGAIN (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
June 16, 1971 BILL WATFORD WINS TWO TENNIS TITLES 4
June 16, 1971 JUANITA CDC GOES ON RECORD: OPEN SPACES, ROAD PLANS AIRED 28
June 16, 1971 PERMIT ASKED FOR JUANITA BEACH WORK 6
June 16, 1971 COMMUNITY APPROVES HOUGHTON PARK PLAN 20
June 16, 1971 OCHELTREE REAPPOINTED (LAKE WASHINGTON UNITED METHODIST) 2
June 16, 1971 BOAT LAUNCH COMMITTEE ASKS FOR CITIZEN VOLUNTEERS 27
June 16, 1971 HIGHWAY MEN CITED FOR SAFETY, SERVICE 6
June 16, 1971 CHAMBER MAKES FORMAL REQUEST FOR ONE-WAY TRAFFIC CHANGE 27
June 16, 1971 WATER LINE ASKED FOR TRAILS 6
June 16, 1971 BIG DITCH ON NE 60TH TO HOLD LARGEST WATER MAIN IN JOINT PROJECT 27
June 23, 1971 HONORED AT RECEPTION (KELLY, MR AND MRS ROBERT) 17
June 23, 1971 RECEPTION TO NOTE ANNIVERSARY (STEIDL, MR AND MRS MARTIN) 18
June 23, 1971 42-YEAR NAVAL CAREER ENDED (PEDERSEN, ARTHUR S) 16
June 23, 1971 GAMUT OF HONORS GOES TO TEACHER (MORSE, FRANCES) 17
June 23, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (CHAPLIN, SANDY) 18
June 23, 1971 LIKES MACRAME, LIVES IN CITY 'WITH FEELING' (JOHNSON, LAURA) 23
June 23, 1971 SERVICE STATION OPERATORS SURE THEY WON'T MOVE TOMORROW 24
June 23, 1971 STUDENT SAVES MAN FROM FIRE (CHATELAIN, RICHARD / CAUDLE, LEE) 1
June 23, 1971 WHERE IS KIRKLAND CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT HEADED (EDITORIAL) 22
June 23, 1971 KIRKLAND JOBLINE OFFICE HOPES TO FILL TEEN EMPLOYMENT NEEDS 18
June 23, 1971 WHERE IS KIRKLAND CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT HEADED 22
June 23, 1971 IMPASSE COMMITTEE TO STUDY LWSD TODAY 1
June 23, 1971 JUANITA OPENING THREATENED 1
June 23, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD ASKS STUDY OF SMALL BIDS 3
June 23, 1971 WALKER WILL HEAD LW ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (WALKER, RICHARD) 3
June 23, 1971 46 STRAIGHT-AS HEAD HONOR ROLL (LWHS) 11
June 23, 1971 EXCHANGE STUDENT COACHED ON JAPAN (SOUTHARD, MARY) 17
June 23, 1971 THE ESTABLISHMENT: A CENTER FOR ADULTS PROPOSED ON EAST SIDE 17
June 23, 1971 KIRKLAND JOBLINE OFFICE HOPES TO FILL TEEN EMPLOYMENT NEEDS 18
June 23, 1971 EDNA LEFFEL, CHARLES DAUGHERTY 18
June 23, 1971 PROBLEMS SHUT DOWN RECYCLING PROJECT 1
June 23, 1971 STUDENT SAVES MAN FROM FIRE (CHATELAIN, RICHARD / CAUDLE, LEE) 1
June 23, 1971 KIRKLAND HOSTS FIREFIGHTERS FIELD DAY 24
June 23, 1971 CITY TO SELL FOOD STAMPS 2
June 23, 1971 EMERGENCY SERVICES NOT FOUND AT KIRKLAND HOSPITAL 3
June 23, 1971 IMPASSE COMMITTEE TO STUDY LWSD TODAY 1
June 23, 1971 WATERFRONT ALTERATIONS PROPOSED 3
June 23, 1971 PIER PROPOSED FOR SHORELANDS EAST 24
June 23, 1971 BIKE POPULARITY GROWS - SO DO THEFTS 13
June 23, 1971 TWO ARRESTED FOR POSSESSION 13
June 23, 1971 3 ARRESTED AFTER BURGLARY 22
June 23, 1971 LIONS HONOR WEBSTER AS OFFICER OF THE MONTH (WEBSTER, JERRY) 24
June 23, 1971 EMERGENCY SERVICES NOT FOUND AT KIRKLAND HOSPITAL 3
June 23, 1971 REYNOLDS, MINNIE 16
June 23, 1971 JOHNSON, LAURA 16
June 23, 1971 COLE, CLARK 16
June 23, 1971 VANEATON, MARY 16
June 23, 1971 TWO INTERNS JOIN JOURNAL FOR SUMMER (BRENNAN, CHERI / BROWN, DICK) 3
June 23, 1971 HOW'S THAT FOR IMAGINATION (MARIJUANA GROWING AT MARINA PARK) 1
June 23, 1971 HIGH SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS TRANSFORM KIWANIS PARK 2
June 23, 1971 SR 520 EXTENSION TO START IN JULY 1
June 23, 1971 COUNTY TO APPLY PRIORITIES CRITERIA TO SIMONDS ROAD 3
June 23, 1971 CONNIE LOESBY, JOHN HILL 18
June 30, 1971 SCHOOL FOR BLIND HONORS GRADUATE FROM KIRKLAND (EGAN, DAVID) 2
June 30, 1971 REDMOND GIRL HEADS FOR STATE LITTLE MISS PAGEANT (YATES, GEINA) 13
June 30, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (ANSTETT, AGNES) 19
June 30, 1971 MR COUNTRY MUSIC RETIRES (ROBERTS, JACK) 23
June 30, 1971 BRIDLE TRAILS AREA FACED WITH 27 AND 45-FOOT LOTS ... ONCE 11
June 30, 1971 ROSE HILL GETS NEW SALON (HOUSE OF LEONARD HAIRDRESSERS) 3
June 30, 1971 AUTO PARTS STORE EXPANDED, OPERATED LIKE SUPERMARKET (RON'S COST LESS) 3
June 30, 1971 YES APPEALS FOR FUNDS TO CONTINUE HEADS UP AND OTHER SERVICES 17
June 30, 1971 ROSE HILL CHURCH YOUNG PEOPLE VOLUNTEER 'TO GO OUT' TO IDAHO 17
June 30, 1971 KIRKLAND READIES COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: THE LAND, STABLE OR NOT, UPHOLDS ALL OF US 1
June 30, 1971 NO AGREEMENT YET IN TEACHER SALARY DISPUTE 1
June 30, 1971 JUANITA HIGH STILL STYMIED 1
June 30, 1971 16 STUDENTS HEAD FINN HILL HONOR ROLL 2
June 30, 1971 LINDA HALEY, EDWARD WOISTMAN 18
June 30, 1971 BRIDLE TRAILS AREA FACED WITH 27 AND 45-FOOT LOTS ... ONCE 11
June 30, 1971 NO AGREEMENT YET IN TEACHER SALARY DISPUTE 1
June 30, 1971 SAND BAR REMOVAL'S EFFECTIVENESS QUESTIONED UNTIL HIGHWAY COMPLETED 3
June 30, 1971 SAND BAR REMOVAL'S EFFECTIVENESS QUESTIONED UNTIL HIGHWAY COMPLETED 3
June 30, 1971 KIRKLAND POLICE PUT CYCLES IN SERVICE 23
June 30, 1971 YEOMAN, TRACY 16
June 30, 1971 RICHARDSON, JOHN 16
June 30, 1971 ESTES, LOUIS 16
June 30, 1971 DANIELS, KATHLEEN 16
June 30, 1971 TRENT, CLYDE 16
June 30, 1971 LEED, BERNA 16
June 30, 1971 POST OFFICE BECOMES POSTAL SERVICE THURSDAY 1
June 30, 1971 LETTER CARRIERS RAP POSTAL CHANGE (LETTER) 22
June 30, 1971 JO ANNE TOPS IN OPEN (CARNER, JO ANNE GUNDERSON) 4
June 30, 1971 BOAT LAUNCH COMMITTEE STILL NEEDED 1
June 30, 1971 COUNTY-WIDE BUS SYSTEM TO BE STUDIED THIS SUMMER 2
June 30, 1971 COUNTY ROAD OPPOSITION COMPELS ADOPTION OF NEW ROAD DESIGN PLAN 1
June 30, 1971 FORWARD THRUST FUNDS GRANTED FOR MARKET ST LANDSCAPING 3
June 30, 1971 SAND BAR REMOVAL'S EFFECTIVENESS QUESTIONED UNTIL HIGHWAY COMPLETED 3
June 30, 1971 SUSAN PRISEL, DANIEL BEHEYT 18
June 30, 1971 JULIANNE DEYOUNG, GARY OLSON 18
July 7, 1971 TILLMANS POSTPONE OBSERVING 50TH ANNIVERSARY (TILLMAN, MR AND MRS ALBERT) 20
July 7, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (VANSLYCK, ANITA) 15
July 7, 1971 BAGS STILL AREN'T UNPACKED (BAILEY, GERRY AND MARGE) 19
July 7, 1971 MISS HARNISH TO PLAY IN NY (HARNISH, MARGARETTE) 21
July 7, 1971 FORMER FARMER AND POLICEMAN CHOOSES MINISTRY AT 43 (RIENSCHE, PAUL) 25
July 7, 1971 NATURE OF THE LAND DICTATES RESTRICTIONS ON BUILDING USES 21
July 7, 1971 SIDEWALK SALE SATURDAY 1
July 7, 1971 CAROL'S - JUANITA OFFERS NEW LINES 26
July 7, 1971 TREE FALLS ON HOUSE (10458 NE 142ND ST) 2
July 7, 1971 HOME GIVES SANCTUARY UNTIL BOYS PUT THEMSELVES TOGETHER 2
July 7, 1971 KIRKLAND FIRE STATIONS, PARK GET BOOST FROM TEEN WORKERS 21
July 7, 1971 THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGE - AND JUANITA SLOUGH 24
July 7, 1971 LWSD SETS NEW GOALS FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM 1
July 7, 1971 FEAST BRINGS RELEVANCY TO LWHS 1
July 7, 1971 SUMMER PROGRAM STARTED AT SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER 2
July 7, 1971 VICKIE ANN LUNDVALL, GREGORY MARTIN 20
July 7, 1971 SWEET ADELINES LAUNCH HUNT FOR COMMUNITY TALENT 19
July 7, 1971 WATERSHED SLIDE SHOWS INSTABILITY OF STEEP SLOPES 1
July 7, 1971 TWO KIRKLAND FIRES CAUSE $50000 DAMAGE (MARINER APTS ) 3
July 7, 1971 KIRKLAND FIRE STATIONS, PARK GET BOOST FROM TEEN WORKERS 21
July 7, 1971 WOMEN FIGHT FIRES 25
July 7, 1971 NATURE OF THE LAND DICTATES RESTRICTIONS ON BUILDING USES 21
July 7, 1971 THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGE - AND JUANITA SLOUGH 24
July 7, 1971 KIRKLAND WATERFRONT PLAN READY FOR PUBLIC 1
July 7, 1971 PROSECUTOR TO DROP DIVORCE-INTERVIEWS 2
July 7, 1971 ACCIDENTS INCREASE AS BIKE POPULARITY GROWS 13
July 7, 1971 PETERS, HENRY 18
July 7, 1971 DANIELS, KATHLEEN 18
July 7, 1971 HARDING, EMBRER 18
July 7, 1971 HANSEN, FREDERICKE 18
July 7, 1971 DAY CAMP EXPERIENCE AWAITS GIRLS AT EDITH MOULTON PARK 19
July 7, 1971 SWEET ADELINES LAUNCH HUNT FOR COMMUNITY TALENT 19
July 7, 1971 KIRKLAND WATERFRONT PLAN READY FOR PUBLIC 1
July 7, 1971 DAY CAMP EXPERIENCE AWAITS GIRLS AT EDITH MOULTON PARK 19
July 7, 1971 KIRKLAND FIRE STATIONS, PARK GET BOOST FROM TEEN WORKERS 21
July 7, 1971 THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGE - AND JUANITA SLOUGH 24
July 7, 1971 KATHLEEN ANN LOVITT, RODNEY RUPPRECHT 20
July 7, 1971 DONNA HIATT, JAMES SWEEN 20
July 7, 1971 KATHLEEN ANN LOVITT, RODNEY RUPPRECHT 20
July 7, 1971 DALE BOWDISH, STEPHEN LUTES 20
July 14, 1971 BANK TO BUILD IN KINGSGATE (NORTHSHORE FIRST NATIONAL) 3
July 14, 1971 NBC PROMOTES TWO LOCAL MEN (PARSONS, THOMAS / BENSON, NORMAN) 3
July 14, 1971 CITY BANK NOTES GAINS 3
July 14, 1971 INJURED LEG DOES NOT SLOW DOWN MARINE (HALEY, JOE JR) 5
July 14, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (SOTER, DAVID & ERNA) 12
July 14, 1971 SEVEN ROSELLS AT SU THIS FALL 17
July 14, 1971 'RIGHT TO BUILD' ON WATER CLAIMED 1
July 14, 1971 BREAKTHROUGH CONSTRUCTION DELAYED 24
July 14, 1971 COUNTY RECOMMENDATION SUPPORTS CITY'S STAND ON NE 85TH CORRIDOR 1
July 14, 1971 ALBERTSON'S HAS LIQUOR SALES OKAY 1
July 14, 1971 SPUDNUT SHOP OPENS THIS WEEKEND 3
July 14, 1971 SALE REPORT BESTS THE WEATHER (SIDEWALK SALE) 3
July 14, 1971 'RIGHT TO BUILD' ON WATER CLAIMED 1
July 14, 1971 ZONING SPECIFICS SUGGESTED 13
July 14, 1971 PRESENT LAND USES RULE OUT MAJOR CHANGES 19
July 14, 1971 PHASE IN TEACHER PAY PLAN, REPORT SAYS 1
July 14, 1971 BOARD TO GET JUANITA ALTERNATIVE PLANS 1
July 14, 1971 WHO'S RUNNING FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD 2
July 14, 1971 GROUP MAY BACK SCHOOL CANDIDATES 2
July 14, 1971 COMPLETE TEXT OF IMPASSE COMMITTEE REPORT 13
July 14, 1971 MINISTER ASKS ACTION AGAINST TEACHER OVER 'SEX SURVEY' 13
July 14, 1971 JOLENE JOHNSEN, DAVID DELAP 18
July 14, 1971 KATHERINE LA BORN, BOBBY LEE MCBRIDE 18
July 14, 1971 PLEA CITES LACK OF 'PRIDE IN YOUR CITY' 2
July 14, 1971 THREE COUNCIL POSITIONS OPEN 13
July 14, 1971 PRESENT LAND USES RULE OUT MAJOR CHANGES 19
July 14, 1971 LEGAL ASPECTS OF COUNTY DIRECTING METRO TO BE STUDIED 3
July 14, 1971 MERO TAKES PLANNED PARENTHOOD POST (MERO, RALPH) 1
July 14, 1971 'RIGHT TO BUILD' ON WATER CLAIMED 1
July 14, 1971 BLUE LIGHTS REPLACE RED AUGUST 13 19
July 14, 1971 GISLE, LARS 4
July 14, 1971 HOLT, SHANNON 4
July 14, 1971 FROST, IDA 4
July 14, 1971 CRANWELL, JAMES 4
July 14, 1971 NORMAN NEW ROTARY PRESIDENT (NORMAN, ROBERT) 2
July 14, 1971 REAL ESTATE FIRM OPENS BRANCH HERE (OVERLAKE REALTY) 3
July 14, 1971 NATIONAL HIGH JUMP RECORD FOR JOHANNA (DEYOUNG, JOHANNA) 24
July 14, 1971 NEW SIGNS WILL INCLUDE KIRKLAND 1
July 14, 1971 REDMOND WAY BID OPENING TOMORROW 4
July 14, 1971 HIGHWAY PROJECTS IN FINAL STAGES 16
July 14, 1971 MARY MCCOY, RICHARD CASE 17
July 14, 1971 DIANE BROWN, RICHARD EIRICH 17
July 14, 1971 SHARRON COOK, JOHN M QUINN 17
July 14, 1971 SANDRA CARLSON, RICHARD A GOMEZ 18
July 21, 1971 ONLY IN MAGIC GARDEN: TOMATOES IN NINE WEEKS 1
July 21, 1971 KIRKLAND BANK MANAGER NAMED NEW PRESIDENT (GREGORY, SIDNEY) 5
July 21, 1971 KIRKLAND WOMAN RETIRES (MILLER, VERE) 5
July 21, 1971 REMARKABLE MARIAN IRWIN IN UN POST 19
July 21, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (FRANK, CARMEN) 20
July 21, 1971 KIRKLAND LAD FINDS CHALLENGE IN DERBY (BASS, BILL) 26
July 21, 1971 STANDARD OIL TO ABANDON STATION 1
July 21, 1971 HOME OF EARLY SETTLERS GONE (NYGAR) 5
July 21, 1971 STANDARD OIL TO ABANDON STATION 1
July 21, 1971 WELDER EXPANDING; WILL HAVE NEW SHOP (CHODYKIN, JOE) 5
July 21, 1971 YOUTH SERIOUSLY INJURED IN BOAT ACCIDENT (KRIPAS, ADRIAN) 1
July 21, 1971 STANDARD OIL TO ABANDON STATION 1
July 21, 1971 LIONS PLANNING FLIGHT FOR SIGHT 1
July 21, 1971 AREA FOOD BANKS FACE EMERGENCY 13
July 21, 1971 BOARD, TEACHERS ARRIVING AT COMPROMISE, BOTH SAY 2
July 21, 1971 JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS OPPOSING DOUBLE SHIFTING PREFER STARTING LATE 2
July 21, 1971 FUNDS ASKED FOR GROUND STATION 3
July 21, 1971 LINDA ANN SCHASTEEN, EDWARD URBACK 19
July 21, 1971 FIREMEN LOSE LIGHTS 2
July 21, 1971 DISASTER AVERTED BY FIRE VICTIM (DODD, ROBERT) 5
July 21, 1971 YOUNG PEOPLE INVITED TO BECOME VOTER REGISTRARS 20
July 21, 1971 REZONE RULING DELAYED; QUESTIONS RAISED 2
July 21, 1971 JUANITA CDC LOOKS AT SEWERS 14
July 21, 1971 LABOR DISPUTE SETTLED: MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS RESUMED LOCALLY 1
July 21, 1971 BOARD, TEACHERS ARRIVING AT COMPROMISE, BOTH SAY 2
July 21, 1971 WATERFRONT OWNERS NOW FACED WITH RESTRICTIONS FOR USES 3
July 21, 1971 STRANDED MOTORIST RESCUED IN MOST COURTEOUS WAY (WEBSTER, JERRY) 15
July 21, 1971 O'CONNOR, ANN 12
July 21, 1971 MORGAN, GENEVIEVE 12
July 21, 1971 ADAMS, ELDRETH 12
July 21, 1971 12 NORTH LAKE SCOUTS TO ATTEND WORLD JAMBOREE 3
July 21, 1971 LAKE WASHINGTON SKIPPERS BUILD FOR FUTURE ON COLORFUL PAST 21
July 21, 1971 THERE'S WATER IN THERE, TOO (PHOTO OF POOL) 1
July 21, 1971 PARK PLAN CONSIDERS COMMUNITY DESIRES 15
July 21, 1971 MOULTON PARK WILL HAVE FARMHOUSE 19
July 21, 1971 PUBLIC TO PREVIEW MARKET STREET PLANS 1
July 21, 1971 NORTHEAST AREA OF KIRKLAND TO BENEFIT FROM COUNTY ROADS 13
July 21, 1971 JUANITA CDC LOOKS AT SEWERS 14
July 21, 1971 HIGH WIRE ELIMINATION NEAR 100% 21
July 21, 1971 SUSAN SCHILLINGER, RICHARD ROUSE 20
July 28, 1971 KIRKLAND PIED PIPER ENTERTAINS KIDS (WAGENER, ELMER) 1
July 28, 1971 UW PROFESSOR NAMED NEW JOURNALISM HEAD (CLARKE, PETER) 2
July 28, 1971 LIFE GUARD CITES VALUE OF FIRST AID (DECKER, NICK) 3
July 28, 1971 CROCKETT, DAVY 18
July 28, 1971 NORWEGIAN DAUGHTER RETURNS VISIT HERE (KVARNES, BERIT) 18
July 28, 1971 SENDS GREETINGS (PHOTO OF KEAN, HARRY) 18
July 28, 1971 MODEL PLANE DESIGNER AFTER 2 WORLD RECORDS (REYNOLDS, FRANCIS) 19
July 28, 1971 MORE SEATS ARE POSSIBLE FOR RHS STADIUM 13
July 28, 1971 ADDED EXEMPTIONS FOR MOBILE HOME OWNERS 2
July 28, 1971 SHOP MARKS 13TH YEAR (KIRKLAND ART MART) 23
July 28, 1971 KIRKLAND PIED PIPER ENTERTAINS KIDS (WAGENER, ELMER) 1
July 28, 1971 'FUN MOBILE' BIG WITH LITTLE KIDS 12
July 28, 1971 TEACHER SALARY PLAN TO BE PHASED IN 1
July 28, 1971 BRUNO DEFENDS RECOMMENDATION FOR REMOVAL OF NEGOTIATOR 3
July 28, 1971 PARENT - TEACHER - STUDENT GROUP FORMS AT JUANITA HIGH 4
July 28, 1971 SCHOOL PERSONNEL CHANGES 5
July 28, 1971 SENIOR PICTURES ARE NAME TAGS FOR REUNION 18
July 28, 1971 SANDRA ALLEN, HARLEY D ANDERS 17
July 28, 1971 EAST SIDE PORT OFFICIALS SOUGHT 1
July 28, 1971 LIFE GUARD CITES VALUE OF FIRST AID (DECKER, NICK) 3
July 28, 1971 GRANT RECEIVED FOR MARYMOOR DIG 2
July 28, 1971 JUANITA - KIRKLAND SLOUGH PLAN CONSIDERED 1
July 28, 1971 JUANITA SLOUGH CONCEPT PRACTICAL, SAYS BECKER 1
July 28, 1971 TEACHER SALARY PLAN TO BE PHASED IN 1
July 28, 1971 BRUNO DEFENDS RECOMMENDATION FOR REMOVAL OF NEGOTIATOR 3
July 28, 1971 NEW BEACH AND DAY CAMP AT DENNY PARK 2
July 28, 1971 POLICE SEIZE LSD 1
July 28, 1971 CON MEN INFILTRATE NORTHWEST: POLICE 3
July 28, 1971 LIONS TO HONOR FULLER AS OFFICER OF MONTH (FULLER, ROBERT) 5
July 28, 1971 INDIAN DAYS AT MARYMOOR SLATED 13
July 28, 1971 MERKELEY, ALBERT 16
July 28, 1971 LAFRANCE, MICHAEL 16
July 28, 1971 GREB, BERNICE 16
July 28, 1971 APARTMENT OWNERS SEEK NEW MEMBERS 2
July 28, 1971 FLYERS COMPETE IN REMOTE CONTROL AIRPLANE CONTEST 19
July 28, 1971 BEL-KIRK WINS STATE, HEADS FOR VICTORIA 22
July 28, 1971 JUANITA - KIRKLAND SLOUGH PLAN CONSIDERED 1
July 28, 1971 JUANITA SLOUGH CONCEPT PRACTICAL, SAYS BECKER 1
July 28, 1971 NEW BEACH AND DAY CAMP AT DENNY PARK 2
July 28, 1971 PARK PEOPLE OFFER IDEAS CRITICISM 2
July 28, 1971 PUBLIC, GOVERNMENT CREDITED FOR PARK SYSTEM 12
July 28, 1971 HIGH WOODLANDS POOL IN TIME FOR SUMMER 19
July 28, 1971 SEWER MAIN AND ALLEY CROSSINGS COULD CAUSE HADLEY MARINA PROBLEMS 1
July 28, 1971 THREE ROAD JOBS TOP $5 MILLION 4
July 28, 1971 PLAN CALLS FOR CENTRAL WAY TRAFFIC CHANGES 5
July 28, 1971 PUBLIC RESPONSE TO MARKET STREET SMALL BUT EFFECTIVE 5
July 28, 1971 WATER LINE BREAK RAISES NEW PAVEMENT 24
July 28, 1971 SEWER MAIN AND ALLEY CROSSINGS COULD CAUSE HADLEY MARINA PROBLEMS 1
July 28, 1971 NOW WE CAN TALK ABOUT WATER SYSTEM, ONCE IN JEOPARDY 4
July 28, 1971 WATER LINE BREAK RAISES NEW PAVEMENT 24
July 28, 1971 JANINE BRENNAN, DEAN EVERETT FREDERICKSON 17
July 28, 1971 SANDRA DAILY, DANIEL CAIN 17
July 28, 1971 JOAN GOUYD, ROBERT VERME 17
August 4, 1971 OSCAR MACKS TO OBSERVE 70TH ANNIVERSARY 18
August 4, 1971 NEVER A DULL MOMENT DURING CLASSES AT CAL 17
August 4, 1971 BAGPIPERS COMPETE IN GAMES (MCBRIDE, JOHN & CHRIS) 24
August 4, 1971 WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT FOILED (REYNOLDS, FRANCIS) 2
August 4, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (AGNER, ELEANOR) 18
August 4, 1971 DISC JOCKEY, 17, INVITES LISTENERS TO BIRTHDAY PARTY (DESALVO, DUANE) 24
August 4, 1971 CENTRAL SCHOOL, EXTRA RHS SEATS STALLED 1
August 4, 1971 KOZY KITCHEN REOPENS 24
August 4, 1971 NEVER A DULL MOMENT DURING CLASSES AT CAL 17
August 4, 1971 14 FILE FOR 3 SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 1
August 4, 1971 JUANITA TO DOUBLE WITH RHS; NOV 22 SET AS OPENING DAY 2
August 4, 1971 OPEN MEETING LAW TO HAVE LITTLE IMPACT ON LWSD BOARD 3
August 4, 1971 ORCHESTRA CLASS NEEDED (LETTER FROM BANTON, WALTER) 16
August 4, 1971 NEVER A DULL MOMENT DURING CLASSES AT CAL 17
August 4, 1971 ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL EVOLVING 18
August 4, 1971 KAY MORIN NAMED SCHOOL FOOD HEAD 19
August 4, 1971 LAKE WASHINGTON LEVY IS FOURTH HIGHEST IN STATE 19
August 4, 1971 KIRKLAND JOBLINE COULD USE MORE JOBS 5
August 4, 1971 JOB CENTER HAS PLACED OVER 100 IN SUMMER JOBS 24
August 4, 1971 BEGONIA SHOW PLANNED 17
August 4, 1971 FIRE DEPARTMENT CHANGES AS MODERN TIMES REPLACE OLD 3
August 4, 1971 EAST SIDERS FILE FOR PORT COMMISSION 1
August 4, 1971 CITY WATERFRONT, ZONING ORDINANCES QUESTIONED, TABLED 2
August 4, 1971 FIRE DEPARTMENT CHANGES AS MODERN TIMES REPLACE OLD 3
August 4, 1971 TIMES HAVE CHANGED (LETTER FROM DAVIS, WILLIAM) 16
August 4, 1971 ROCKET RESEARCH SNIFFS SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS 2
August 4, 1971 JUANITA PARK: NEW MANAGEMENT ACT DELAYS BEACH DEVELOPMENT 5
August 4, 1971 FEW DETAILS PLANNED YET FOR JUANITA SLOUGH BRIDGE 5
August 4, 1971 CITY WATERFRONT, ZONING ORDINANCES QUESTIONED, TABLED 2
August 4, 1971 JUANITA PARK: NEW MANAGEMENT ACT DELAYS BEACH DEVELOPMENT 5
August 4, 1971 BOY, STOLEN CAR, IN THREE-WAY WRECK 1
August 4, 1971 CONCERN FOR NURSES DIFFERS FROM OTHER AREA HOSPITALS 19
August 4, 1971 AT MARYMOOR PARK: NORTHWEST INDIAN CELEBRATION STARTS FRIDAY 13
August 4, 1971 KEAN, HARRY 4
August 4, 1971 LAFRANCE, MICHAEL 4
August 4, 1971 LINDROS, HELEN 4
August 4, 1971 ONE PRIMARY IN KIRKLAND COUNCIL RACE 1
August 4, 1971 JOURNAL CARRIER WINS SLEEPING BAG (AHRON, KEVIN 2
August 4, 1971 YOUNG RUTH TEAM PLAYS IN STATE TOURNEY TODAY 23
August 4, 1971 JUANITA PARK: NEW MANAGEMENT ACT DELAYS BEACH DEVELOPMENT 5
August 4, 1971 NEW PASTOR ANNOUNCED (SEAGRAVES, VERAL - JUANITA CREST CHRISTIAN CHURCH) 18
August 4, 1971 TIGHT-KNIT CONSTRUCTION OUTFIT BEATS THE CLOCK 1
August 4, 1971 405 SOUTHBOUND TO OPEN TOMORROW 1
August 4, 1971 FEW DETAILS PLANNED YET FOR JUANITA SLOUGH BRIDGE 5
August 4, 1971 PHONE HOOKUPS RISE 6% 1
August 4, 1971 REBECCA JOHNSON, STEPHEN CAIN 18
August 11, 1971 'DUCKY' IS SURPRISED (ROPER, WILLIAM) 2
August 11, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (MUELLER, GALE) 18
August 11, 1971 VARIED CAREERS VALUABLE TO BEST-SELLING AUTHOR (ASHER, CASH) 19
August 11, 1971 SUNSET BY THE MILL (PHOTO OF GLOBE FEED MILL) 1
August 11, 1971 STATION DEMOLISHED; OIL COMPANY TO SELL 3
August 11, 1971 NEW BUILDING TO HOUSE LAKEVIEW BODY SHOP 3
August 11, 1971 NEW CENTRAL SCHOOL MAY FACE HURDLE 1
August 11, 1971 LWSD BUYS UNION HILL SITES 5
August 11, 1971 SEMINARY NOT TO BE PARK (ST EDWARDS) 19
August 11, 1971 SEMINARY NOT TO BE PARK (ST EDWARDS) 19
August 11, 1971 LOAN APPROVED FOR BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING 19
August 11, 1971 NEW CAPITAL TO BOOST BUSINESS 1
August 11, 1971 ALBERTSON'S MARKET HAS 32ND BIRTHDAY 3
August 11, 1971 NEW CAPITAL TO BOOST BUSINESS 1
August 11, 1971 UGN GOAL $8 MILLION 19
August 11, 1971 PERMIT ASKED FOR EXCAVATION (NORTH OF CRESTWOODS PARK) 1
August 11, 1971 BACK TO SCHOOL - SPECIAL EDITION 1A-8A
August 11, 1971 LWSD EXPECTS NEARLY 16000 STUDENTS 2A
August 11, 1971 FINANCIAL WOES UNPRECEDENTED 3A
August 11, 1971 SCHOOL ADDRESSES, PRINCIPALS 5A
August 11, 1971 ADULT ED SCHOOL STARTS 23RD YEAR 7A
August 11, 1971 70 LWSD ADMINISTRATORS ATTEND MANAGEMENT MEETING 2
August 11, 1971 CPA - ATTORNEY IS DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (HUGUENIN, GENE) 2
August 11, 1971 KHS CLASS OF 1941 HOLDS FIRST REUNION; MAKES UP FOR LOST TIME 18
August 11, 1971 MARIJO PICKERING, WAYNE LARSON 17
August 11, 1971 ELIZABETH TRUMAN, JOHN FARRA 17
August 11, 1971 FIRE PROTECTION, SAFETY: COMMUNITY REAPS THE BENEFITS 2
August 11, 1971 FIRE CODE UNIFICATION PUSH ON EAST SIDE 2
August 11, 1971 TOO LATE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS TO FILE FOR LEVY EXEMPTIONS 1
August 11, 1971 KIRKLAND TO FOLLOW STATE LEAD TO NEW BINGO-RAFFLES LAW 1
August 11, 1971 TRAFFIC ARRESTS END IN DRUG CHARGES 1
August 11, 1971 3 LEAVE, 2 JOIN KIRKLAND POLICE 2
August 11, 1971 MORE TICKETS FOR BOATERS THIS YEAR 3
August 11, 1971 BLUE LIGHTS EFFECTIVE FRIDAY 3
August 11, 1971 DURHAM LEAVING AS KIRKLAND LIBRARIAN (DURHAM, GEORGE) 3
August 11, 1971 INDIANS GATHER AT MARYMOOR (PHOTO) 1
August 11, 1971 20,000 ATTEND NW INDIAN ENCAMPMENT 5
August 11, 1971 GRAY, MARGUERITE 13
August 11, 1971 CAMPBELL, BARBARA 13
August 11, 1971 DEMARIS, CECIL 13
August 11, 1971 MERRIFIELD, NOBLE 13
August 11, 1971 10 SCOUTS PEDAL TO WHIDBEY AND BACK AGAIN 24
August 11, 1971 KIRKLAND POPULAR? (PHOTO OF MARINA) 12
August 11, 1971 SEMINARY NOT TO BE PARK (ST EDWARDS) 19
August 11, 1971 MORE TICKETS FOR BOATERS THIS YEAR 3
August 11, 1971 KIRKLAND POPULAR? (PHOTO OF MARINA) 12
August 11, 1971 ALTERATIONS ASKED ON EVERGREEN PT BRIDGE 2
August 11, 1971 JERI ANN JAYNE, KENNETH TARP 17
August 11, 1971 BARBARA MUELLER, GEORGE S ALLISON 17
August 11, 1971 BARBARA JO RITTER, JEFFREY BUSH 17
August 11, 1971 JUDITH ANNE HUGO, JOHN RICHARDS 17
August 11, 1971 SUSAN STYNER, JAY FOGARTY 17
August 18, 1971 SCHOTT TO MANAGE SAVINGS AND LOAN 12
August 18, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (TODD, KEN AND BARBARA) 19
August 18, 1971 GARDEN PARTY RENEWAL BRINGS 4TH GENERATION (HART, JESSE) 19
August 18, 1971 MUSSER BUILDING SAILBOAT HULLS (MUSSER, JIM) 24
August 18, 1971 FORMER CITY EMPLOYEE RECALLS EARLY DAYS (HAYES, JOHN) 26
August 18, 1971 NIXON PLAN EXPECTED, OVERDUE 1
August 18, 1971 NEW MEN'S STORE COMING TO KIRKLAND (MOSS BAY TRADING COMPANY) 2
August 18, 1971 LIQUOR LICENSE ASKED (KIRKLAND GARDENS) 12
August 18, 1971 FIRESTONE OPENS STORE 21
August 18, 1971 MUSSER BUILDING SAILBOAT HULLS (MUSSER, JIM) 24
August 18, 1971 MEALS ON WHEELS BEGINS 15
August 18, 1971 WAGE FREEZE HITS LWSD: TEACHER SALARY SETTLEMENT SCUTTLED 1
August 18, 1971 PRIMARY COULD DETERMINE ONE SCHOOL BOARD RACE 2
August 18, 1971 LWSD ESTABLISHES A LITTLE 'COMMUNITY SCHOOL' 2
August 18, 1971 RHS SEATS, NEW CENTRAL SCHOOL WIN REVERSAL 2
August 18, 1971 4 TEACHERS ATTEND NEWSPAPER DEPARTMENT 14
August 18, 1971 WELFARE PROGRAM HIRES 22 12
August 18, 1971 DEBORAH KISSINGER, RICHARD GOLLOFON 20
August 18, 1971 MARGARET GIBBS, TOR HOLMBERG 20
August 18, 1971 SHARON CHRISTY, GEORGE AXTELL 20
August 18, 1971 BIKE DERBY QUEEN (LOUGH, KRIS) 1
August 18, 1971 KIRKLAND FIREMEN FEEL THEY ARE PROFESSIONALS 13
August 18, 1971 ACCIDENTAL FIRE BURNS CLUBHOUSE 13
August 18, 1971 FORMER CITY EMPLOYEE RECALLS EARLY DAYS (HAYES, JOHN) 26
August 18, 1971 COUNCIL APPROVES HOUGHTON BEACH PLANS 14
August 18, 1971 WAGE FREEZE HITS LWSD: TEACHER SALARY SETTLEMENT SCUTTLED 1
August 18, 1971 COUNCIL APPROVES HOUGHTON BEACH PLANS 14
August 18, 1971 BOY, 15, ARRESTED FOR THEFT 1
August 18, 1971 3 LEAVE KIRKLAND POLICE 2
August 18, 1971 PUBLIC DISINTEREST HURTS POLICE WORK 15
August 18, 1971 BURGLAR TAKES STEREO 26
August 18, 1971 TONKIN, HERBERT 12
August 18, 1971 MONTEITH, HOMER 12
August 18, 1971 GRAVES, RICHARD 12
August 18, 1971 HOLDERNESS, RUTH 12
August 18, 1971 CROSSEN, JOHN 12
August 18, 1971 OLSON, TRYGVE 12
August 18, 1971 FINK, AILENE 12
August 18, 1971 JOHNSON, LORRAINE 12
August 18, 1971 DEMARIS, CECIL 12
August 18, 1971 MANNING, BEATRICE 12
August 18, 1971 GUTIERREZ, VIVIAN 12
August 18, 1971 NORTH LAKES DISTRICT AIMS FOR NEW SCOUTING MARKS 2
August 18, 1971 FILINGS IN COUNTY DISTRICTS TO OPEN SEPT 3 1
August 18, 1971 ASSESSOR CANDIDATE FAVORS BROADER TAX BASE (RYHERD, MIKE) 1
August 18, 1971 KIRKLAND COUNCIL CANDIDATES ADDRESS ISSUES 26
August 18, 1971 BIKE DERBY SUCCESSFUL IN EVERY WAY 4
August 18, 1971 COUNCIL APPROVES HOUGHTON BEACH PLANS 14
August 18, 1971 DAY CAMP TEACHES CAMP SKILLS, OUTDOOR APPRECIATION 15
August 18, 1971 GOING DOWN WITH HIS SHIP (PHOTO OF SUNKEN RUN-ABOUT) 1
August 18, 1971 ARCHITECT EXPLAINS CHANGES IN MARKET STREET BEAUTIFICATION PLANS 3
August 18, 1971 RESTRICTIVE PARKING ORDINANCE TO BE DISCUSSED, QUESTIONED 3
August 18, 1971 LAKE ST DITCH TO BE PATCHED SOON 18
August 25, 1971 MIKE MALINOSKY CHEVRON - GRAND OPENING 24
August 25, 1971 60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (ENGELKE, MR AND MRS JOHN) 19
August 25, 1971 GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED (MELLIS, MR AND MRS BRUCE) 19
August 25, 1971 BAGPIPER TAKES FIRST (MCBRIDE, JOHN) 18
August 25, 1971 FOSTER PARENTS GIVE 'FIRST LOVE' (COLLINS, ROBERT & AGNES) 19
August 25, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (ANSTETT, KATHY / O'NEILL, PEGGY) 21
August 25, 1971 WATER SKIING BEGAN WITH IBSEN FAMILY 26
August 25, 1971 HOW IMPORTANT IS A BUILDING TO SCHOOLS> 2
August 25, 1971 ADVENTIST SCHOOL EXPANDS 14
August 25, 1971 KINGSGATE CONSTRUCTION PROPOSED 13
August 25, 1971 CHEVRON OPENING PLANNED (ROSE HILL) 11
August 25, 1971 CHAMBER ASKS SUPPORT FOR BY-PASS 1
August 25, 1971 YES OFFERS MANY SERVICES, OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH 14
August 25, 1971 ROSE HILL RESIDENTS CONTEST NE 85TH REZONE PROPOSAL 1
August 25, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD SETS SPECIAL MEETING 1
August 25, 1971 JUANITA, MUIR TEACHERS PREPARE FOR NEW PROJECT PLAN 1
August 25, 1971 COMMUNITY SCHOOL PLANS THURSDAY MEETING 12
August 25, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES DISCUSS PRIORITIES 15
August 25, 1971 LWSD SWIM INSTRUCTION BEGINS 24
August 25, 1971 KIRKLAND, REDMOND IN LINE FOR FEDERAL JOB FUNDING 1
August 25, 1971 TEAMWORK A MUST WHEN FIREFIGHTING 2
August 25, 1971 FLAMES LEVEL EMPTY BUILDING (12822 68TH ST) 15
August 25, 1971 PLANS FOR ROSE HILL SEWER EXTENSION CONTESTED 3
August 25, 1971 TWO ARRESTED FOR NARCOTICS VIOLATION 11
August 25, 1971 TWO CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 11
August 25, 1971 GROUP HEALTH HOSPITAL PROPOSED IN REDMOND 1
August 25, 1971 ROBERTSON, DOROTHY 4
August 25, 1971 WILLIAMS, FANNIE 4
August 25, 1971 BROWNE, GRETCHEN 4
August 25, 1971 ROSE HILL RESIDENTS CONTEST NE 85TH REZONE PROPOSAL 1
August 25, 1971 PLANS FOR ROSE HILL SEWER EXTENSION CONTESTED 3
August 25, 1971 PRESSURE ON FOR MORE HIGHWAY SIGNING 1
August 25, 1971 FINAL PAVING TO CLOG 405 1
August 25, 1971 CHAMBER ASKS SUPPORT FOR BY-PASS 1
August 25, 1971 SR 520 RAMP PROPOSED AT 108TH NE 1
August 25, 1971 EXPANDING SECOND STREET WOULD PROVIDE PARKING ON HILL 3
August 25, 1971 REDMOND WAY DETOUR BEGINS NEXT MONTH 5
August 25, 1971 PLANS FOR ROSE HILL SEWER EXTENSION CONTESTED 3
August 25, 1971 WATER DISTRICT 79 PLAN TO OUTLINE NEEDS FOR NEXT 20 YEARS 14
August 25, 1971 REGINA SCHMIDT, JAMES OJALA 19
August 25, 1971 PAMELA ANN TRAFFORD, KERRY PICKRELL 19
August 25, 1971 SANDRA CALLERO, STEVEN SUNDE 21
August 25, 1971 SHARON ANN GIBBS, DEAN RYDEN 21
September 1, 1971 ANNIVERSARY IS 50TH (WOLD, EDLAY & DOROTHY) 17
September 1, 1971 THEODORE R PAPPAS NAMED BANK OF KIRKLAND DIRECTOR 4
September 1, 1971 BANK INTRODUCES 'CASHING' MACHINE 4
September 1, 1971 MOVE TO TAHOLA A NATURAL (MCEVERS, CHARLES & PHYLLIS) 18
September 1, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (CROWLEY, REIDUN) 18
September 1, 1971 JAPANESE GIRL LEAVES AFTER SUMMER (ISHIBASHI, MISAKO) 19
September 1, 1971 BOY WITH FOUR GREAT-GRANDMOTHERS (PHOTO OF WOLFROM, DAVID) 19
September 1, 1971 GIRLS PUMP GAS IN KIRKLAND (MCINNIS, JO) 23
September 1, 1971 LANDLORD IMPROVEMENTS UNDERWAY ON LAKE STREET (MOSS BAY TRADING POST) 4
September 1, 1971 NEW CENTRAL SCHOOL, ADDITIONS TO FROST, NORKIRK WAYLAID 3
September 1, 1971 KINGSGATE APARTMENT ZONE ASKED 3
September 1, 1971 HALLS MOTORS' SWITCH TO FIAT MARKS CHANGE IN US MARKET 4
September 1, 1971 GIRLS PUMP GAS IN KIRKLAND (MCINNIS, JO) 23
September 1, 1971 BOATING, SKIING, DROWNING ACCIDENTS INCREASE THIS YEAR 1
September 1, 1971 GROUP FORMING TO DEVELOP DOWNTOWN KIRKLAND 1
September 1, 1971 KIRKLAND FAMILIES USING UGN SERVICES NUMBERED 14
September 1, 1971 COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO JOBS FOR KIDS IS APPRECIATED 17
September 1, 1971 COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT UNDER P.U.D. FAVORED FOR NE 85TH 16
September 1, 1971 FEDERAL REGULATIONS DO NOT AFFECT 'FREE' SCHOOL LUNCHES 2
September 1, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS SALARY PLAN, BUT UNCERTAINTY PREVAILS 3
September 1, 1971 LWEA TO TAKE STAND IN SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION 3
September 1, 1971 LW COMMUNITY SCHOOL SEEKS CHILDREN, ONE TEACHER 3
September 1, 1971 LANGE WITHDRAWS FROM SCHOOL RACE (LANGE, LEROY) 3
September 1, 1971 FUNDING DELAY BLOCKS OPENING OF HEAD START 3
September 1, 1971 CAC NAMES PARENTS TO OMBUDSMAN GROUP 6
September 1, 1971 NORTHWEST FACULTY CHANGES ANNOUNCED 24
September 1, 1971 FEDERAL FUNDS BRING 14 JOBS INTO REDMOND, KIRKLAND 1
September 1, 1971 MEREDITH FLAMME, RANDY BEHEYT 17
September 1, 1971 ROSANNE RAMQUIST, RICHARD RAGUS 17
September 1, 1971 KAYE DELLINGER, CHARLES DEVOE 17
September 1, 1971 DEBRA NIESZ, ARTHUR HEITLAUF 18
September 1, 1971 8 PERMITS REQUIRED FOR STORM DRAINAGE 2
September 1, 1971 STORY OF LAKE CLEAN-UP IN SMITHSONIAN 3
September 1, 1971 $545,000 FOR FIRE STATIONS, TRUCKS: DISTRICT 41 TO VOTE ON BONDS 1
September 1, 1971 KIRKLAND FIRE RATING STUDY SCHEDULED IN JANUARY 6
September 1, 1971 KIRKLAND SALES TAX RECEIPTS UP AGAIN 1
September 1, 1971 RECOMMENDATIONS TO REDUCE COUNTY COUNCIL SIZE IN MINORITY 24
September 1, 1971 REDMOND POLICE DISCUSS UNIONIZING 1
September 1, 1971 LWEA TO TAKE STAND IN SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION 3
September 1, 1971 BOATING, SKIING, DROWNING ACCIDENTS INCREASE THIS YEAR 1
September 1, 1971 8 PERMITS REQUIRED FOR STORM DRAINAGE 2
September 1, 1971 STORY OF LAKE CLEAN-UP IN SMITHSONIAN 3
September 1, 1971 VANDALS SACK A G BELL 1
September 1, 1971 REDMOND POLICE DISCUSS UNIONIZING 1
September 1, 1971 MAN, 27, FOUND DEAD (CUFF, WARD) 2
September 1, 1971 3 JOIN KIRKLAND POLICE 24
September 1, 1971 GRIFFIS, JOHN 24
September 1, 1971 JAHN, MAE 24
September 1, 1971 CUFF, WARD JR 24
September 1, 1971 HAACK, VIOLA 24
September 1, 1971 NEELEY, CHERYL 24
September 1, 1971 BOY SCOUT MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS CHANGED 2
September 1, 1971 FORMER GIRL SCOUTS HOLD FIFTH REUNION 18
September 1, 1971 LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS TO STUDY LEGAL STATUS OF WOMEN THIS YEAR 17
September 1, 1971 3 EAST SIDERS RUN FOR PORT COMMISSION POSTS 15
September 1, 1971 STORY OF LAKE CLEAN-UP IN SMITHSONIAN 3
September 1, 1971 BOATING, SKIING, DROWNING ACCIDENTS INCREASE THIS YEAR 1
September 1, 1971 405 NEAR COMPLETION (PHOTO) 1
September 1, 1971 FOOT BRIDGE TO BE OPEN (OVER 405) 1
September 1, 1971 CONTRACT LET TO FIX EVERGREEN BRIDGE 6
September 1, 1971 UNDERGROUND WIRING PHASES SCHEDULED 16
September 1, 1971 DOROTHY DALY, GREG ROBINSON 18
September 8, 1971 SHE QUIT JOB TO GO TO WORK (LADE, CAROL) 1
September 8, 1971 GAW RETIRES OCT 1 FROM GAS COMPANY (GAW, J WILSON) 3
September 8, 1971 CHILEANS CITED AS MORE INTERESTING, HUMANITARIAN THAN AMERICANS (FUGITT, LAURIE) 19
September 8, 1971 HER TABLE SEATS 5000 (MORIN, KAY) 19
September 8, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (GREIG, PRISCILLA) 20
September 8, 1971 CALIFORNIA FIRM BUYS FAIRFAX HOSPITAL 3
September 8, 1971 STATE LIKELY TO OKAY BREAKTHRU UNITS 1
September 8, 1971 CIVIC COMMITTEE SETS CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT GOALS 2
September 8, 1971 KIRKLAND TO SET WATERFRONT PERMIT POLICY 1
September 8, 1971 CAC TO BEGIN 2ND YEAR MONDAY 1
September 8, 1971 MUSIC TEACHER ENTHUSED AFTER SUMMER OF INSTRUCTION (COPELAND, UNA) 13
September 8, 1971 NEW THEATRE COMPANY BRINGING SHOW (SKID ROAD SHOW) 2
September 8, 1971 KIRKLAND TO SET WATERFRONT PERMIT POLICY 1
September 8, 1971 CALIFORNIA FIRM BUYS FAIRFAX HOSPITAL 3
September 8, 1971 AMUNDSEN, SADIE 20
September 8, 1971 JOURNAL CARRIERS CLAIM CONTEST PRIZES (BAKER, HOWARD / HANKE, KYLE) 4
September 8, 1971 GUEST COLUMNIST, 12, WRITES THE NEWS (HIGLEY, SUSAN) 20
September 8, 1971 STATE PARK BOND ISSUE PROPOSED 2
September 8, 1971 BACK TO SCHOOL (PHOTO ON FOOT BRIDGE) 1
September 8, 1971 SR 520 WORK CLOSES STREETS (MAP) 4
September 8, 1971 BRIDGE USE RISES SLIGHTLY 5
September 8, 1971 124TH NE NEVER SLATED FOR 4 LANES 26
September 8, 1971 KINGSGATE WAY (PHOTO) 26
September 8, 1971 KATHERINE LABORN, BOBBY LEE MCBRIDE 19
September 8, 1971 MAUREEN IRELAND, JERRY KINDINGER 19
September 15, 1971 RESCUE WORK BECOMES FULL-TIME JOB FOR JUANITAN (SYROTUCK, BILL) 1
September 15, 1971 SWEDISH EXCHANGE STUDENT SEES FIRST AMERICAN FOOTBALL GAME (FREDRICKSON, HANS) 6
September 15, 1971 FIRM PRESIDENT APPOINTED TO SEMINARS IN FAR EAST (WOOD-GAINES, DENNIS) 17
September 15, 1971 WEAVING HUSBAND PAINTS WITH YARN INSTEAD OF OILS (TACKER, HAROLD & SYLVIA) 21
September 15, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (GYLES, NORINE) 22
September 15, 1971 BRIDLE TRAILS - MARYMOOR TRAIL HAS HIGH PRIORITY 5
September 15, 1971 LAKESHORE PLAZA STALEMATED BY CITY, STATE 2
September 15, 1971 STANDARD OIL SITE LEASED FOR PARKING PENDING ITS PURCHASE 2
September 15, 1971 JUANITA A GREAT SCHOOL, NEW PRINCIPAL DECLARES 5
September 15, 1971 LAKESHORE PLAZA STALEMATED BY CITY, STATE 2
September 15, 1971 BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING CLEARED (PHOTO) 23
September 15, 1971 BEER GARDEN PROPOSAL PASSES PARK BOARD 1
September 15, 1971 SAND AND GRAVEL COMPANY PROPOSES LAND DEVELOPMENT 5
September 15, 1971 STABLE OPERATION GIVEN GREEN LIGHT 28
September 15, 1971 STANDARD OIL SITE LEASED FOR PARKING PENDING ITS PURCHASE 2
September 15, 1971 CONCENTRATED COMMERCIAL ZONE PROPOSED FOR NE 85TH 23
September 15, 1971 COMPLETE TEXT OF LWEA SCHOOL INTERVIEWS 14-16
September 15, 1971 LWEA, SCHOOL DIRECTORS TAKE ELECTION STAND 1
September 15, 1971 28 NEW TEACHERS HIRED - BUT NOT PLACED ON SALARY SCHEDULE 3
September 15, 1971 SCHOOL DIRECTORS' CREED - GUIDELINE TO SUCCESS 3
September 15, 1971 LW ENROLLMENT RISES BY 516 PUPILS - 3.4 PER CENT 3
September 15, 1971 JUANITA A GREAT SCHOOL, NEW PRINCIPAL DECLARES 5
September 15, 1971 MOLLY MAHAFFEY, JOE MORROW 21
September 15, 1971 LESLEY MURATA, RICHARD JOHNSTON 21
September 15, 1971 ROCK GROUP AT LWHS ANTI-DRUGS 3
September 15, 1971 LELAND PLEADS GUILTY 1
September 15, 1971 CONCENTRATED COMMERCIAL ZONE PROPOSED FOR NE 85TH 23
September 15, 1971 FUNDING LAG CAUSES DELAY OF JUANITA BEACH 28
September 15, 1971 COMPLETE TEXT OF LWEA SCHOOL INTERVIEWS 14-16
September 15, 1971 LWEA, SCHOOL DIRECTORS TAKE ELECTION STAND 1
September 15, 1971 LAKESHORE PLAZA STALEMATED BY CITY, STATE 2
September 15, 1971 FUNDING LAG CAUSES DELAY OF JUANITA BEACH 28
September 15, 1971 LELAND PLEADS GUILTY 1
September 15, 1971 COATES, IDA 4
September 15, 1971 JONES, DOUGLAS 4
September 15, 1971 HARDY, ELIZABETH 4
September 15, 1971 LAMBERT, GREGORY JR 4
September 15, 1971 BAKER, KATHLEEN 4
September 15, 1971 BODNER, CHARLEY 4
September 15, 1971 HORROBIN, MARALYN 4
September 15, 1971 50 CANDIDATES SEEK 9 POSTS TUESDAY 1
September 15, 1971 LWEA, SCHOOL DIRECTORS TAKE ELECTION STAND 1
September 15, 1971 19 HOPEFULS VIE FOR TWO SEATS ON SEATTLE PORT COMMISSION 2
September 15, 1971 GUARDING KIRKLAND'S CHARM ESPOUSED BY MRS FROLICH (FROLICH, JUDITH) 2
September 15, 1971 GOOD NOT NECESSARILY MORE OF EVERYTHING , BLACK SAYS (BLACK, ALVIN) 2
September 15, 1971 OVERNIGHT DELIVERY SERVICE DUE FOR KIRKLAND LETTERS 1
September 15, 1971 2-WHEELED LOVE AFFAIR (BICYCLES) 21
September 15, 1971 BRIDLE TRAILS - MARYMOOR TRAIL HAS HIGH PRIORITY 5
September 15, 1971 FUNDING LAG CAUSES DELAY OF JUANITA BEACH 28
September 15, 1971 EAST SIDE SHIPPERS RECEIVE RATE BREAK 5
September 15, 1971 $10,000 ASKED FOR CITY BYPASS STUDY 1
September 15, 1971 STANDARD OIL SITE LEASED FOR PARKING PENDING ITS PURCHASE 2
September 15, 1971 2ND STREET EXTENSION RECEIVES NEW SUPPORT 2
September 15, 1971 DIANE MARUM, DONALD DING 22
September 15, 1971 CAROL PFEIFFER, ROBERT SCHNEIDER 22
September 22, 1971 RETURNED TRAVELER SEES TREMENDOUS PEOPLE EMERGING IN RUSSIA (OSTRANDER, LAMAR) 3
September 22, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (CONNER, EDYTHE) 14
September 22, 1971 THE LADY SAID, 'YES' (BENSEL, MARGARET) 20
September 22, 1971 MAKING SOAP ALMOST AS EASY AS MAKING FUDGE (FOULKES, RAE) 20
September 22, 1971 SERVICE STATION COULD BE HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION CASUALTY (HANCOCK GAS STATION) 2
September 22, 1971 CENTRAL SCHOOL ON TENTERHOOKS 1
September 22, 1971 ON A CLEAR DAY (PHOTO IN JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL) 1
September 22, 1971 DESPITE SETBACKS, JUANITA HIGH PROJECT NEARING COMPLETION 26
September 22, 1971 APARTMENTS CONVERT TO CONDOMINIUM (KIRK CREST) 1
September 22, 1971 SHORELANDS EAST APARTMENTS: MOORAGE BETWEEN HARBOR LINES REQUESTED 26
September 22, 1971 LIQUOR LICENSES ASKED (TERRY'S WAGON WHEEL / SAFEWAY) 1
September 22, 1971 MERCHANTS, CITY TO ATTACK DOWNTOWN PARKING WOES 1
September 22, 1971 MERCHANTS, CITY TO ATTACK DOWNTOWN PARKING WOES 1
September 22, 1971 UNITED WAY'S START UP PROGRAM DESIGNED TO AID IN ECONOMIC CRISIS 13
September 22, 1971 ZONING WOULD CURB LAND SPECULATION 2
September 22, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD CALLS BUDGET MEETING 2
September 22, 1971 STARTER SCHOOL GIVEN GO AHEAD OVER COMPLAINT 3
September 22, 1971 HOME TUTORING AVAILABLE 15
September 22, 1971 SCHOOLS OFFER FREE, REDUCED PRICE LUNCHES 15
September 22, 1971 SCHOOLS ARE BIG BUSINESS, CHAMBER TOLD 18
September 22, 1971 HEAD START AT NEW LOCATION 18
September 22, 1971 NO PAY HIKES FOR TEACHERS IN SEPTEMBER 30 CHECKS 26
September 22, 1971 KIRKLAND WOOD PRODUCTS FIRM TO IMPROVE POLLUTION CONTROLS 1
September 22, 1971 FIRE SAFETY PROGRAM AIMS AT SCHOOLS 2
September 22, 1971 ZONING WOULD CURB LAND SPECULATION 2
September 22, 1971 KIRKLAND WOOD PRODUCTS FIRM TO IMPROVE POLLUTION CONTROLS 1
September 22, 1971 JUANITA CDC TO DISCUSS SEWER PLANS, DENNY PARK 18
September 22, 1971 'PIGEON-DROP' PLAYERS VISIT KIRKLAND 1
September 22, 1971 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL ASKS FOR FURNITURE BIDS 18
September 22, 1971 SINGER, FRED 5
September 22, 1971 LAGOE, IVY M 5
September 22, 1971 BENNETT, RICHARD 5
September 22, 1971 DAMRON, DENNIE 5
September 22, 1971 NEW GOALS FOR ANNUAL SCOUT ROUND-UP 15
September 22, 1971 JUANITA CDC TO DISCUSS SEWER PLANS, DENNY PARK 18
September 22, 1971 FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR TRANSIT STUDY 1
September 22, 1971 LEGISLATURE CAN HELP SOLVE TRANSPORTATION WOES, SOLONS SAY 11
September 22, 1971 MERCHANTS, CITY TO ATTACK DOWNTOWN PARKING WOES 1
September 22, 1971 I-405 PROJECT NEAR COMPLETION 1
September 22, 1971 PUBLIC TO HAVE SAY IN 901 BY-PASS ROUTE 1
September 22, 1971 SERVICE STATION COULD BE HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION CASUALTY (HANCOCK GAS STATION) 2
September 22, 1971 LEGISLATURE CAN HELP SOLVE TRANSPORTATION WOES, SOLONS SAY 11
September 22, 1971 120TH APPROVED AS SERVICE ROAD 12
September 22, 1971 JUANITA CDC TO DISCUSS SEWER PLANS, DENNY PARK 18
September 22, 1971 SHARON BERTRAM, GREGORY KILLOUGH 19
September 22, 1971 EVA EVENSON, PAUL SHEPHERD 19
September 22, 1971 PATRICIA SCHAEFER, PHILLIPS FOSS WOOD 19
September 29, 1971 OBSERVE 50TH ANNIVERSARY (BASHOR, MR AND MRS VERNON) 18
September 29, 1971 FAMILY CELEBRATION ONE OF MANY FOR STRANDSKOVS' GOLDEN WEDDING 18
September 29, 1971 OPEN HOUSE ON GOLDEN WEDDING (KISSINGER, MR AND MRS P A) 18
September 29, 1971 REDMOND GYMNAST DOES NOT LOOK TO PAST (OVERTURF, KAREN) 18B
September 29, 1971 FOUND: A HERO (MAGAN, MIKE) 17
September 29, 1971 NO EASY SOLUTION TO POVERTY, FORMER VISTA WORKER CLAIMS (KING, JULIE) 18
September 29, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (ANSTETT, AGNES) 24
September 29, 1971 KIRKLAND BLAZE GUTS FACTORY (KIRKLAND INDUSTRIES, INC) 1
September 29, 1971 STORM WATER FILLS STORE BASEMENTS 1
September 29, 1971 INVESTMENT-PARKING PROPOSAL RECEIVES BUSINESS SUPPORT 1
September 29, 1971 9 PENNEY EMPLOYEES HONORED 5
September 29, 1971 SAFEWAY TO OPEN KINGSGATE STORE 10
September 29, 1971 STATE WON'T PREEMPT LOCAL PLANNING 1
September 29, 1971 PARENTS ASK 12-MONTH YEAR AT SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER 2
September 29, 1971 QUESTION RAISED ON CLOSED SCHOOL MEETING 2
September 29, 1971 BOARD TO ACT ON FINAL SCHOOL BUDGET 10
September 29, 1971 JUANITA HIGH ENDS ORIENTATION SESSION 23
September 29, 1971 JANET DREWELOWE, JOHN MEIHAUS, JR 17
September 29, 1971 LAURA BIRNIE, GORDON LEE SMITH 17
September 29, 1971 CATHERINE LOU LAMBERT, STEPHEN R GIBBS 17
September 29, 1971 KIRKLAND BLAZE GUTS FACTORY (KIRKLAND INDUSTRIES, INC) 1
September 29, 1971 BIGGEST FIRE IN KIRKLAND SINCE 1967 (PHOTOS OF KIRKLAND INDUSTRIES FIRE) 4
September 29, 1971 QUITE A CHANGE FROM MELROSE (LETTER FROM DAVIS, WILLIAM A) 14
September 29, 1971 THERE IS A HANKERING FOR OLDTIME STREETS (BELTS, HAZEL) 14
September 29, 1971 QUESTION RAISED ON CLOSED SCHOOL MEETING 2
September 29, 1971 BURGLARS RIFLE KIRKLAND HOMES 1
September 29, 1971 SUPERIOR COURT HOLDS FIRST EAST SIDE SESSION 14
September 29, 1971 SGT JENSEN NAMED OFFICER OF THE MONTH (JENSEN, LARRY) 16
September 29, 1971 MCVEY, GUY 5
September 29, 1971 GREENE, SOL H 5
September 29, 1971 BROWN, JOHN L 5
September 29, 1971 CULVER, HAZEL 5
September 29, 1971 FROLICH, BANKSON EARN COUNCIL NOMINATIONS 1
September 29, 1971 JOURNAL WINS 5 STATE AWARDS 1
September 29, 1971 FINN HILL COLUMNIST INTRODUCED (KELLY, SUSAN) 23
September 29, 1971 13TH AVE PARK IS GROWING 18B
September 29, 1971 STUDENTS TO HELP DEVELOP CRESTWOODS 2
September 29, 1971 NEW PARK CAMP TO REDUCE PUBLIC AREA (DENNY PARK) 5
September 29, 1971 DENNY PARK SPLITS OVER SEWER LOCATION 5
September 29, 1971 MOULTON PARK COTTAGE ON DRAWING BOARD 19
September 29, 1971 REGIONAL APPROACH TO FREIGHT RATES LAUDED 2
September 29, 1971 PAVING TO RESTRICT BOULEVARD TRAFFIC 1
September 29, 1971 INVESTMENT-PARKING PROPOSAL RECEIVES BUSINESS SUPPORT 1
September 29, 1971 UNDERGROUND WIRING ON MARKET ST STUDIED 2
September 29, 1971 STORM WATER FILLS STORE BASEMENTS 1
September 29, 1971 SUSAN SCHMELZER, TIMOTHY ARBOW 17
September 29, 1971 CATHERINE SCOLL, RICHARD WOFFORD 17
October 6, 1971 PEARL TAYLOR WINS 19 RIBBONS AT FAIRS 3
October 6, 1971 BANANA TREES WILL COMPENSATE FOR LACK OF HOT DOGS (LEECH, MR & MRS HARRY) 21
October 6, 1971 CALL HER DOCTOR OR NURSE (BENOLIEL, JEANNE) 21
October 6, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (GOSS, DUKE) 23
October 6, 1971 OFFICE-RESTAURANT BUILDING PROPOSED FOR NE 68TH LOCATION 4
October 6, 1971 NO PLANS YET FOR DESTROYED FACTORY SITE (KIRKLAND INDUSTRIES) 6
October 6, 1971 REDMOND HIGH STADIUM DEDICATION HONORS THE LATE WALTER L SEABLOOM 3
October 6, 1971 ALL-LOCAL FUNDS ADDED FOR CENTRAL SCHOOL 5
October 6, 1971 COMMUNITY SCHOOL TO OCCUPY OLD HOUGHTON CITY HALL 21
October 6, 1971 CITY USE CONSIDERED FOR FIRE STATION 1
October 6, 1971 COMMUNITY SCHOOL TO OCCUPY OLD HOUGHTON CITY HALL 21
October 6, 1971 EAST SIDE AUTO YARDS TO BE SCREENED 14
October 6, 1971 KIRKLAND TRADEWELL MARKS 20TH YEAR IN COMMUNITY 14
October 6, 1971 ALBERTSON'S ADOPTS UNIT PRICING OF ITEMS 20
October 6, 1971 TEEN CHALLENGE CENTER PLANNED FOR ROSE HILL 16
October 6, 1971 BLOWS EXCHANGED OVER MERIT PAY (LWSD) 2
October 6, 1971 AFTER 21 YEARS, HE STILL LIKES KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (FERGUSON, WALT) 2
October 6, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD BLASTS LWEA ADVERTISEMENT 4
October 6, 1971 PAYROLL IS SCHOOL DISTRICT'S BIGGEST COST 5
October 6, 1971 $16.9 MILLION OPERATING FUND ADOPTED FOR SCHOOLS 5
October 6, 1971 LW SENIORS EARN SEMIFINALIST PLACE (RISMUNDO, MIKE / TAYLOR, WES) 23
October 6, 1971 JILL PETERSON, SIDNEY LUNDWALL 22
October 6, 1971 CITY USE CONSIDERED FOR FIRE STATION 1
October 6, 1971 SEWER CONNECTIONS LACK CITED 2
October 6, 1971 PARK DEPARTMENT ADDS NEW MAN (RASCINER, CLARK) 6
October 6, 1971 COUNTY TO UNVEIL OPEN SPACE PLAN 1
October 6, 1971 COMMUNITY SCHOOL TO OCCUPY OLD HOUGHTON CITY HALL 21
October 6, 1971 BLOWS EXCHANGED OVER MERIT PAY (LWSD) 2
October 6, 1971 SCHOOL BOARD BLASTS LWEA ADVERTISEMENT 4
October 6, 1971 MOSS ISLAND (PHOTO OF DREDGING OFF MARINA PARK) 1
October 6, 1971 MOSS ISLAND (PHOTO OF DREDGING OFF MARINA PARK) 1
October 6, 1971 EIGHT SHOPLIFTING INSTANCES REPORTED 4
October 6, 1971 NOSLER, PATRICIA 20
October 6, 1971 BJORNSON, THERESA 20
October 6, 1971 CHEYNE, ELVA 20
October 6, 1971 HANSEN, MINNIE 20
October 6, 1971 JOINER, GOLDA 20
October 6, 1971 GROUNDBREAKING HELD FOR EAST SIDE ELKS CLUB 16
October 6, 1971 JOURNAL WRITERS WIN NATIONALLY 1
October 6, 1971 ADWOMAN JOINS STAFF (FANCHER, JEANNE) 20
October 6, 1971 SOCCER PLAYERS AND FIELDS MUSHROOM 26
October 6, 1971 MOSS ISLAND (PHOTO OF DREDGING OFF MARINA PARK) 1
October 6, 1971 COUNTY ASKS NAMES FOR BIG FINN HILL PARK 6
October 6, 1971 TEEN CHALLENGE CENTER PLANNED FOR ROSE HILL 16
October 6, 1971 KIRKLAND OFFICIAL SAYS: STATE SHOULD HELP CONTROL FREEWAY EROSION 1
October 6, 1971 SIMONDS ROAD DELAY COULD MEAN UAB FUNDING CANCELED 6
October 6, 1971 SEWER CONNECTIONS LACK CITED 2
October 6, 1971 JOLENE JOHNSON, DAVID DELAP 22
October 6, 1971 CLAIRE REID, STEVEN MARSH 22
October 6, 1971 LANA GRONEMEYER, ALLEN OHREN 22
October 6, 1971 CANDACE PETERSON, ROBERT CASE 22
October 13, 1971 JACK'S KINGSGATE ENCO - NEW LOCATION 15
October 13, 1971 OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY (PHOTO OF URBAN, MR & MRS CLOYD) 3
October 13, 1971 YES STARTS TEEN ARTS GROUP 2
October 13, 1971 PETTY OFFICER PREFERS SUBMARINES TO COLLEGE (SABO, NORMAN) 13
October 13, 1971 HER NICKNAME STUCK (MOORE, PESKY) 17
October 13, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (ROSELER, MOLLY) 19
October 13, 1971 ON SCHOOL PLAYGROUND (PHOTO AT BEN FRANKLIN) 18
October 13, 1971 HISTORIC ZONE ASKED FOR CITY'S LANDMARKS 1
October 13, 1971 NEW BODY SHOP OPEN (LAKEVIEW BODY SHOP) 13
October 13, 1971 OK TIRE TO OCCUPY NEW STORE 13
October 13, 1971 CRASH KILLS KIRKLAND POLICE OFFICER (WALKER, BILL) 1
October 13, 1971 YES STARTS TEEN ARTS GROUP 2
October 13, 1971 MAYOR SAYS: CITY TO SEEK WHAT PUBLIC WANTS FOR NE 85TH 7
October 13, 1971 NEW SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE READY FOR PUBLIC HEARING 15
October 13, 1971 300 MUIR PARENTS CONFRONT NEW PROJECT PLAN 1
October 13, 1971 ADVISORY COUNCIL TO STUDY COMPUTER-MANAGED SCHOOLS 2
October 13, 1971 TEACHERS SUBMIT 17 ITEMS FOR 1972-1973 NEGOTIATIONS 2
October 13, 1971 MERIT PAY NOT IN EFFECT HERE, LWEA PRESIDENT STATES 7
October 13, 1971 8722 EVENTS HELD IN SCHOOLS LAST YEAR 15
October 13, 1971 NORTHWEST COLLEGE PASSES 500 MARK 18
October 13, 1971 JUANITA CDC TO HEAR OUTLINE OF FIRE DISTRICT 41 BONDS 7
October 13, 1971 TWO FIRES CAUSE $2,700 DAMAGE 15
October 13, 1971 MAYOR SAYS: CITY TO SEEK WHAT PUBLIC WANTS FOR NE 85TH 7
October 13, 1971 DIVING FOR COINS IN THE LAKE WAS SUMMER PASTIME (SPENCER, SHIRLEY) 4
October 13, 1971 JUANITA CDC TO HEAR OUTLINE OF FIRE DISTRICT 41 BONDS 7
October 13, 1971 LWEA AFFIRMS ITS SUPPORT 2
October 13, 1971 TEACHERS SUBMIT 17 ITEMS FOR 1972-1973 NEGOTIATIONS 2
October 13, 1971 MERIT PAY NOT IN EFFECT HERE, LWEA PRESIDENT STATES 7
October 13, 1971 SHORELINES ACT APPLIES TO LAKE PLAZA PARKING 15
October 13, 1971 'PIONEER' LEAVES BIG HOLE AT OLD LW SHIPYARDS 1
October 13, 1971 WALKER, WILLIAM JR 13
October 13, 1971 BONHAM, CECIL 13
October 13, 1971 LITTLE, WILHELMINA 13
October 13, 1971 O'CONNOR, ANN 13
October 13, 1971 KIWANIANS INSTALL 1971-72 OFFICERS 2
October 13, 1971 WOMAN'S CLUB HOST GROUP FOR DISTRICT CONFERENCE 17
October 13, 1971 12 MISCAST VOTES PLACE ROSS ON SCHOOL BALLOT 2
October 13, 1971 CARRIERS OBSERVE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK 15
October 13, 1971 PARK BOARD TO VIEW BIKE PATH PLAN 2
October 13, 1971 KIRKLAND BOAT LAUNCH GROUP PREPARES FOR REGIONAL MEET 3
October 13, 1971 KIRKLAND BOAT LAUNCH GROUP PREPARES FOR REGIONAL MEET 3
October 13, 1971 STATE HAS STAKE IN EROSION CONCERN 1
October 13, 1971 PAVING SHOULD BE FINISHED THIS WEEK (PHOTO ON LAKE WASH BLVD) 7
October 13, 1971 EVERETT HEARING SET ON GENERAL TEL INCREASE 2
October 13, 1971 JANET SPENCER, DONALD BECHTEL 18
October 13, 1971 NANCY SEABLOOM, LARRY ALRICH 18
October 13, 1971 JOANNE ROGERS, RONALD RYSEFF 19
October 20, 1971 AT CELLAR GALLERY (PHOTO OF O'ROURKE, KAY) 5
October 20, 1971 LOCAL MOTHER HAS ART SHOW (TAPIA, SUSAN) 11
October 20, 1971 SHE DIGS BOTTLES (SMITH, HENRIETTA) 19
October 20, 1971 RETIREMENT MEANS TIME AT HOME (HOAGLAND, HELEN) 19
October 20, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (PICKERING, JANE) 20
October 20, 1971 SCHOOL, FIRE OFFICIALS SAY: CENTRAL SUBSTANDARD, BUT NOT UNSAFE 11
October 20, 1971 RESTAURANT OUTLINED FOR 'BEER GARDEN' (KIRKLAND GARDENS) 1
October 20, 1971 HAPPY DAZE SALE STARTS 1
October 20, 1971 UNITED WAY AT 17% 3
October 20, 1971 TEEN MEMBERS JOIN KIRKLAND PARK BOARD (ENDLICH, STEVE / EVANS, SUE) 1
October 20, 1971 IF YOUR CHILD IS RETARDED, WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? 1
October 20, 1971 2 PLATS SET FOR HEARING 2
October 20, 1971 FIRST PERMITS FOR SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENTS SUPPORTED 3
October 20, 1971 COUNCIL, PLANNING COMMISSION GET TOGETHER ON NE 85TH ST 4
October 20, 1971 SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE PART OF UNIFORM ZONING 11
October 20, 1971 3 SCHOOL CANDIDATES HIT LWEA ROLE 1
October 20, 1971 IF YOUR CHILD IS RETARDED, WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? 1
October 20, 1971 FIREFIGHTERS HONOR SCHOOLS (PHOTO) 2
October 20, 1971 WHAT IS DUE PROCESS? IT'S NOT ALWAYS YES 3
October 20, 1971 SCHOOLS TO COUNT FEDERAL STUDENTS 4
October 20, 1971 WHAT'S THAT THUMPING AND WHEEZING? (LWHS HOMECOMING) 11
October 20, 1971 LW SCHOOLS TO OBSERVE EDUCATION WEEK - QUIETLY 11
October 20, 1971 7 CAMPAIGN FOR 3 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 12
October 20, 1971 DARICE GAMEY, P DONALD KONKLER 19
October 20, 1971 FIREFIGHTERS HONOR SCHOOLS (PHOTO) 2
October 20, 1971 SCHOOL, FIRE OFFICIALS SAY: CENTRAL SUBSTANDARD, BUT NOT UNSAFE 11
October 20, 1971 IF YOUR CHILD IS RETARDED, WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? 1
October 20, 1971 CITY TO RECOGNIZE KIRKLAND'S HERITAGE 4
October 20, 1971 JUANITA BEACH PERMIT RECEIVED 4
October 20, 1971 3 SCHOOL CANDIDATES HIT LWEA ROLE 1
October 20, 1971 WATERFRONT PARK FUNDED 1
October 20, 1971 KIRKLAND LEADS IN ADOPTING WATERFRONT CONTROLS 3
October 20, 1971 JUANITA BEACH PERMIT RECEIVED 4
October 20, 1971 LABRIE, ALEX 18
October 20, 1971 TILLMAN, ALBERT 18
October 20, 1971 HANSON, ROBERT 18
October 20, 1971 PLATT, RODNEY 18
October 20, 1971 SHERWOOD, K K 18
October 20, 1971 7 CAMPAIGN FOR 3 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 12
October 20, 1971 THREE SEATS CONTESTED AS SIX SEEK KIRKLAND COUNCIL POSTS 26
October 20, 1971 TEEN MEMBERS JOIN KIRKLAND PARK BOARD (ENDLICH, STEVE / EVANS, SUE) 1
October 20, 1971 BEAUTY WINS SUPPORT OVER ECONOMY (MARINA PARK LIGHTING) 1
October 20, 1971 WATERFRONT PARK FUNDED 1
October 20, 1971 PARK BOARD BACKS BIKE PATH 2
October 20, 1971 JUANITA BEACH PERMIT RECEIVED 4
October 20, 1971 CDC BACKS OPEN SPACE FOR SLOUGH 5
October 20, 1971 MARINA PARK LANDSCAPING WINS AWARD 5
October 20, 1971 MORE EASING OF FREIGHT RATES DUE 2
October 20, 1971 CENTRAL WAY SEWER BID AT LOW FIGURE 20
October 20, 1971 CENTRAL WAY SEWER BID AT LOW FIGURE 20
October 20, 1971 PENNY LEE BEBB, RAYMOND PHILLIPI, JR 19
October 27, 1971 AL AND WALT'S TEXACO 4
October 27, 1971 TEENAGER SEEKING STATE TITLE (TIEKEN, ANGELA) 9
October 27, 1971 FROM BOATS TO CIDER PRESS; TAYLOR ORIGINATES IDEA (TAYLOR, DICK) 18
October 27, 1971 KATHRYN MARTIN NAMED WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT 25
October 27, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (WOLFKILL, ERIKA) 26
October 27, 1971 COURAGE TRANSFORMS HAPPY HILL FARM INTO HOME (STROM, ARTHUR & BARBARA) 25
October 27, 1971 BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING GOES FORWARD (PHOTO) 8
October 27, 1971 COURAGE TRANSFORMS HAPPY HILL FARM INTO HOME (STROM, ARTHUR & BARBARA) 25
October 27, 1971 UNITED WAY AT 36% 9
October 27, 1971 JOBLINE CENTERS SUCCESSFUL IN PLACING ES YOUTHS 20
October 27, 1971 NEW ZONING FORCES WIDER COUNTY ROADS, JUANITANS COMPLAIN 21
October 27, 1971 ASSESSED VALUATION IN SCHOOL DISTRICT IS $4 MILLION SHORT 1
October 27, 1971 LWEA LEADER DEFENDS ENDORSEMENTS 1
October 27, 1971 SCHOOL DISTRICT SWIM PROGRAM IN FULL SWING 4
October 27, 1971 SILVERNALE'S STATEMENT: BOARD, LWEA SHOULD AGREE BEFORE LEVY 5
October 27, 1971 GAYLE CROWNED QUEEN (PHOTO OF SUNDIN, GAYLE) 5
October 27, 1971 NEW FIGURES SHOW BCC OVERENROLLED 5
October 27, 1971 NEW READING PROGRAM AT KJH 17
October 27, 1971 JOBLINE CENTERS SUCCESSFUL IN PLACING ES YOUTHS 20
October 27, 1971 MIKE SMITH, NANCY FAGAN 26
October 27, 1971 LUCINDA ANN OLIVER, KERRY WYNDHAM 26
October 27, 1971 EARLY MORNING WORK OF NATURE (PHOTO OF SPIDERWEB) 1
October 27, 1971 FIRE DISTRICT 41 BONDS WILL AFFECT FINN HILL, KINGSGATE 8
October 27, 1971 REDMOND RECEIPTS TOP KIRKLAND AGAIN 1
October 27, 1971 COUNTY OPEN SPACE PLAN REVIEW TO CONTINUE TOMORROW 5
October 27, 1971 MASKS MAKE-UP AND RETRO-REFLECTIVE GHOSTS 9
October 27, 1971 NEW ZONING FORCES WIDER COUNTY ROADS, JUANITANS COMPLAIN 21
October 27, 1971 LWEA LEADER DEFENDS ENDORSEMENTS 1
October 27, 1971 SILVERNALE'S STATEMENT: BOARD, LWEA SHOULD AGREE BEFORE LEVY 5
October 27, 1971 ROMANO, JOSEPHINE 24
October 27, 1971 LOVELESS, HENRY 24
October 27, 1971 WINCHELL, GEORGE 24
October 27, 1971 MATHEWS, RUTH 24
October 27, 1971 HANKS, EDITH 24
October 27, 1971 SPRINGGAY, LEROY 24
October 27, 1971 MACKENZIE, DAVID 24
October 27, 1971 CREASON, EVERETT 24
October 27, 1971 NELSON, ERNEST 24
October 27, 1971 HOLM, ADA MAE 24
October 27, 1971 HENDEL, DOUGLAS 24
October 27, 1971 JENSEN, INDIANNA 24
October 27, 1971 LUNDMARK, VERNON 24
October 27, 1971 CITY, SCHOOL, COUNTY OFFICES AT STAKE 1
October 27, 1971 LETTERS ABOUT SCHOOL ELECTIONS 6
October 27, 1971 PARK BOARD ASKS HELP FROM PARENTS 1
October 27, 1971 WHERE ARE THE COUNTRY'S TINIEST TANKERS (TIMMERMAN, DICK) 9
October 27, 1971 START OF LAKE PLAZA: PARKING BEAUTIFICATION GOES UNDERGROUND 2
October 27, 1971 ALL STEAMED UP (PHOTO OF PAVING) 2
October 27, 1971 NEW ZONING FORCES WIDER COUNTY ROADS, JUANITANS COMPLAIN 21
October 27, 1971 LAVERN DELLINGER, CHARLES DEVOE 26
October 27, 1971 JACKLYN SMITH, DAVID FETTERMAN 26
November 3, 1971 REDMOND MAN WANTS TO CLIMB HIGHEST UNCLIMBED PEAK IN WORLD (BLESER, WARREN) 7
November 3, 1971 PILGRIMAGE WILL TAKE COUPLE AROUND WORLD (BAILEY, GERRI & MARGE) 15
November 3, 1971 DARLENE TERRY REAPPOINTED TO STATE BEAUTY EXAMINING BOARD 17
November 3, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (GUZZO, BARBARA) 22
November 3, 1971 INVESTORS PURCHASE ARCADE BUILDING 18
November 3, 1971 4 BUILDINGS PLANNED FOR INDUSTRIAL PARK (GORDON SPARKS INDUSTRIAL PARK) 28
November 3, 1971 JUANITA HIGH WILL MOVE NEXT WEEK 3
November 3, 1971 OCCUPANCY AT 89 PER CENT FOR APARTMENTS 1
November 3, 1971 FIRE DESTROYS KIRKLAND HOUSE (1921 SIXTH ST) 3
November 3, 1971 NEW OWNERSHIP AT AUTO PARTS STORE (WAYNE'S AUTO PARTS) 17
November 3, 1971 LIQUOR LICENSE ISSUED (PEAR TREE) 17
November 3, 1971 KELLER TEACHER DIES IN CRASH (GLENNY, JANICE LEE) 3
November 3, 1971 VOLUNTEERS TO MARCH AGAINST DYSTROPHY 2
November 3, 1971 UNITED WAY AT 58% 4
November 3, 1971 OMEGA HOUSE: SOMEPLACE FOR ALL AGES TO TALK TO SOMEBODY 22
November 3, 1971 NEW, OLD DIRECTORS TO DISCUSS LEVY EARLY 2
November 3, 1971 NORKIRK GROUP VISITS CAPE ALAVA 3
November 3, 1971 PARK PROJECT WAS 95 PER CENT BETTER THAN CLASSROOM (CRESTWOODS) 23
November 3, 1971 FINN HILL SCENE (PHOTO) 1
November 3, 1971 NORKIRK CARNIVAL IS FOR THE CHILDREN 22
November 3, 1971 FIRE DESTROYS KIRKLAND HOUSE (1921 SIXTH ST) 3
November 3, 1971 POLICE FORM GUILD TO BARGAIN WITH CITY 2
November 3, 1971 THREE-YEARS-OLD ISN'T TOO SOON TO TEST HEARING 21
November 3, 1971 CHRISTMAS MAIL SCHEDULE 23
November 3, 1971 SPORTS ENGINEERING: KIRKLAND FIRM OFFERS NEW PRODUCTS 17
November 3, 1971 POLICE FORM GUILD TO BARGAIN WITH CITY 2
November 3, 1971 AREA BOAT LAUNCH PROBLEM TURNED OVER TO CITIZENS 14
November 3, 1971 BURGLARIES NET $5000 AT LWHS 1
November 3, 1971 3 JUVENILES CHARGED IN KIRKLAND BURGLARIES 2
November 3, 1971 POLICE FORM GUILD TO BARGAIN WITH CITY 2
November 3, 1971 CHARGES FILED FOR DEATH ON NE 85TH (PALLIS, GREGORY) 3
November 3, 1971 WHERE'S GEORGE (NEW POLICE PATCHES) 14
November 3, 1971 CONOVER HONORED OFFICER OF MONTH (CONOVER, RICHARD) 17
November 3, 1971 HOSPITAL TO OPEN IN FEBRUARY 2
November 3, 1971 STENQUIST, EMILY 20
November 3, 1971 JACKSON, MYRTLE 20
November 3, 1971 WINDSOR, JESSIE 20
November 3, 1971 HEINTZE, ORMAL 20
November 3, 1971 GUZZIE, EDWARD 20
November 3, 1971 CULBERTSON, FRANK 20
November 3, 1971 IVERSON, AL 20
November 3, 1971 P.O. FACES INCREASE IN BOTH BUSINESS AND PATRONS 1
November 3, 1971 CHRISTMAS MAIL SCHEDULE 23
November 3, 1971 JOURNAL TO PUBLISH COMMUNITY CALENDAR 1
November 3, 1971 MORE THAN 3000 AT SOCCER DEDICATION 28
November 3, 1971 MILLER WINS MEDALIST TITLE (MILLER, BOB) 28
November 3, 1971 AREA BOAT LAUNCH PROBLEM TURNED OVER TO CITIZENS 14
November 3, 1971 PARK PROJECT WAS 95 PER CENT BETTER THAN CLASSROOM (CRESTWOODS) 23
November 3, 1971 TEEN CHALLENGE OPENS: MAN WE'RE OFFERING JESUS - HE'S REAL 17
November 3, 1971 AREA BOAT LAUNCH PROBLEM TURNED OVER TO CITIZENS 14
November 3, 1971 METRO BUS MEETINGS START THURSDAY 1
November 3, 1971 LAND BORDERING KINGSGATE WAY CAUSES DELAY IN ROAD COMPLETION 2
November 3, 1971 HARDSHIP CAUSED BY ROAD BUILDING, CITIZEN COMPLAINS (124TH AVE NE) 4
November 3, 1971 TELEPHONE SERVICE GROWING AT 6% 1
November 3, 1971 JULIE LOHRER, JAMES LEE GORDON 21
November 3, 1971 LINDA LEE HALEY, EDWARD WOISTMAN 21
November 10, 1971 NEW NURSING HOME HEAD IS OLDTIMER ON JOB (MUSOLF, JUDY) 15
November 10, 1971 GAL FRIDAY WAS FRIEND (OLSON, LINNEA) 21
November 10, 1971 IT'S PANTS, NO, IT'S A SKIRT ... IT'S A NEW FASHION (PALMER, FRAN) 22
November 10, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (DAHLQUIST, SYDNEY) 22
November 10, 1971 NEW HUES FOR LW PRESS BOX 16
November 10, 1971 PIONEER WITHSTANDS ODDS TO PRESERVE FAMILY HOMESITE (CARLBERG, ELMER) 1
November 10, 1971 KIRKLAND HARDWARE IS OLDEST CONTINUOUS BUSINESS ON EAST SIDE 15
November 10, 1971 CHAMBER TO ELECT 5 TO BOARD 2
November 10, 1971 PETTER HEADS DIMES DRIVE FOR 4TH YEAR (PETTER, BILL) 16
November 10, 1971 GERMAN GIRLS ADD VIGOR, TALENT TO JUANITA HIGH SCENE 4
November 10, 1971 DECREASING PRESSURES HELP NW COLLEGE, DEAN SAYS 4
November 10, 1971 ARE KANGAROOS TURING INTO PEACOCKS (FASHION) 21
November 10, 1971 JACKLYN BIRDSALL, JAMES LARUE 22
November 10, 1971 ROBERTA JEFFREY, BARRY ERONSON 22
November 10, 1971 LINDA TORGERSON, JAMES SCHULTZ 22
November 10, 1971 MRS FROLICH WINS SEAT BY 51 VOTES 1
November 10, 1971 AUSTERE CITY BUDGET PROJECTED 6
November 10, 1971 PIONEER WITHSTANDS ODDS TO PRESERVE FAMILY HOMESITE (CARLBERG, ELMER) 1
November 10, 1971 KIRKLAND HARDWARE IS OLDEST CONTINUOUS BUSINESS ON EAST SIDE 15
November 10, 1971 CHRISTMAS WORKSHOP FOR UNEMPLOYED TO OPEN AGAIN 2
November 10, 1971 PERMIT SOUGHT FOR HOUGHTON BEACH 2
November 10, 1971 WALK-IN PLANNED AT SLOUGH 3
November 10, 1971 PERMIT SOUGHT FOR HOUGHTON BEACH 2
November 10, 1971 BURGLARS STRIKE SCHOOL 6
November 10, 1971 NEAL, CORA BELL 20
November 10, 1971 MRS MCCRORY RE-ELECTED TO CAMP FIRE GIRLS POST 21
November 10, 1971 PUBLIC IDEAS ASKED ON MOULTON PARK BOARD 2
November 10, 1971 PERMIT SOUGHT FOR HOUGHTON BEACH 2
November 10, 1971 WALK-IN PLANNED AT SLOUGH 3
November 10, 1971 PARK BOARD TO HEAR CRESTWOODS REPORT 6
November 10, 1971 PARK BOARD SEEKS INPUT ON CENTER 6
November 10, 1971 ENGINEER NAMED FOR BYPASS STUDY 4
November 10, 1971 I-90 PLANS FOR LAKE CROSSING RECEIVE FORMAL STATE OKAY 6
November 10, 1971 BOZ GOES UNDERGROUND (PHOTO OF JUNCTION BOX ON LAKE STREET) 13
November 10, 1971 TELEPHONE RATE INCREASE DRAWS BOTH BACKERS DETRACTORS 2
November 10, 1971 PATRICIA GARRISON, GREG SHAW 21
November 17, 1971 COUPLE HONORED ON ANNIVERSARY (PIKE, O.K. & MARGARET) 22
November 17, 1971 THE DAY THE MONSTER WOULDN'T QUIT (KOLLOEN, MURIEL) 1
November 17, 1971 VERN BAIER'S A GREAT CARRIER - AND A FAMILIAR FACE 20
November 17, 1971 OPERA IS SECOND HOME (HORIUCHI, PAUL) 21
November 17, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (KRISINGER, LYDIA) 23
November 17, 1971 MOVING SLOWS OPENING OF JUANITA HIGH 13
November 17, 1971 COUPLE TAKES OVER HOUGHTON THRIFTWAY (MUNSON, DICK & ESTHER) 7
November 17, 1971 KIDS BRING JOY TO ELDERLY AT HOSPITAL 22
November 17, 1971 REQUESTED ZONE CHANGES ON COUNTY HEARING AGENDA 17
November 17, 1971 JUANITA HIGH PARENTS ASK BUS SERVICE 6
November 17, 1971 JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS (PHOTO) 13
November 17, 1971 KIRKLAND PARK PRAISED (HOUGHTON BEACH) 2
November 17, 1971 MARKET STREET REALIGNMENT PROPOSED FOR SLOUGH 1
November 17, 1971 KIRKLAND PARK PRAISED (HOUGHTON BEACH) 2
November 17, 1971 BOAT RAMP COMMITTEE SEEKS SEVERAL SMALLER LAUNCH SITES 17
November 17, 1971 SAMPSON, MARIE 14
November 17, 1971 DEAN, DEWANDA 14
November 17, 1971 NORTON, BRUCE 14
November 17, 1971 OLSON, VICTOR SR 14
November 17, 1971 CROWE, THERESA 14
November 17, 1971 SHARNBROICH, MARJORIE 14
November 17, 1971 EDISON, MARK 14
November 17, 1971 VERN BAIER'S A GREAT CARRIER - AND A FAMILIAR FACE 20
November 17, 1971 JOURNAL SOCCER SPECIAL 1A-4A
November 17, 1971 MARKET STREET REALIGNMENT PROPOSED FOR SLOUGH 1
November 17, 1971 PARK BOARD HEARS ADVOCATES OF CITY COMMUNITY CENTER 1
November 17, 1971 KIRKLAND PARK PRAISED (HOUGHTON BEACH) 2
November 17, 1971 BOAT RAMP COMMITTEE SEEKS SEVERAL SMALLER LAUNCH SITES 17
November 17, 1971 BOAT RAMP COMMITTEE SEEKS SEVERAL SMALLER LAUNCH SITES 17
November 17, 1971 MARKET STREET REALIGNMENT PROPOSED FOR SLOUGH 1
November 17, 1971 JUANITA-WOODINVILLE WAY: COUNTY ASKED TO DROP FOUR-LANE PLANS 1
November 17, 1971 NE 85TH CORNERS HAVE HAD SIGNIFICANT ACCIDENT PROBLEM 2
November 17, 1971 CONTRACTOR FOR 124TH AVE NE ANSWERS LETTER 13
November 17, 1971 JOINT WATER FACILITIES ARE PROOF THAT IT COULD BE DONE 17
November 17, 1971 LYNE KRISINGER, CRAIG OLSON 22
November 17, 1971 HELEN YOUNG, BRUCE BOYD 22
November 24, 1971 NEW BANKS ASSETS AT $2 MILLION (BANK OF KIRKLAND) 6
November 24, 1971 SAN SALVADOR STUDENT WELL TRAVELED AT 14 (INFANTE, CARLOS) 2
November 24, 1971 HOBBY BRINGS IN LOOT (LITTLEFIELD, WAYNE & DORIS) 3
November 24, 1971 EAST SIDER TO BE ON TV (CARROL, TOM) 16
November 24, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (NICKLEN, JUDY) 18
November 24, 1971 PLANTING DAY PLANNED AT EVERGREEN 1
November 24, 1971 NEW QUARTERS FOR NORM'S (PHOTO OF NORM'S OK TIRE STORE) 6
November 24, 1971 ROSE HILL FURNITURE NOW OPEN 16
November 24, 1971 5 NEW DIRECTORS ELECTED TO CHAMBER BOARD 2
November 24, 1971 SCHOOL LEVY CHAIRMAN CHIDES PUBLIC FOR DISINTEREST 1
November 24, 1971 3 NEW SCHOOL DIRECTORS TO BE SWORN IN DEC 2 2
November 24, 1971 BOWLING ENTERS HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS PICTURE 26
November 24, 1971 POKEY WADDLES THE DUCK FINDS FRIENDS IN TIME OF NEED (WIGGINS, DOROTHY) 21
November 24, 1971 FAULTY FIREPLACE STARTS HOUSE FIRE (10624 108TH AVE NE) 6
November 24, 1971 BUDGET HEARING SET 2
November 24, 1971 WHY DO WE NEED THANKSGIVING? THE ANSWER SEEMS SO OBVIOUS 1
November 24, 1971 CASTLE VIEWERS TO TAKE TOUR AROUND THE WORLD 17
November 24, 1971 PERMIT SOUGHT FOR LAKE PARK (HOUGHTON BEACH) 7
November 24, 1971 AT LAST - KIRKLAND HAS ITS OWN AUTMOBILE ASSEMBLY LINE (JEROBEE INDUSTRIES) 6
November 24, 1971 JUANITA SLOUGH SUBJECT OF COUNTY MEETING AT PARK 2
November 24, 1971 JUANITA CDC BACKS MARKET ST RELOCATION - WITH CONDITIONS 3
November 24, 1971 PERMIT SOUGHT FOR LAKE PARK (HOUGHTON BEACH) 7
November 24, 1971 BILL STOKES NAMED OFFICER OF MONTH 7
November 24, 1971 NORKIRK VANDALIZED 7
November 24, 1971 ROBERTS, JAMES 15
November 24, 1971 HOWARD, RUSSELL 15
November 24, 1971 ANDERSON, ANNA 15
November 24, 1971 SPEER, EDDIE 15
November 24, 1971 ZWIEFELHOFER, AMANDA 15
November 24, 1971 PETERSON, LENA 15
November 24, 1971 HARTLMULLER, CECILIA 15
November 24, 1971 JEFF LINDQUIST RECEIVES HIS EAGLE SCOUT AWARD 7
November 24, 1971 ADELINES TAKES TWO AWARDS 18
November 24, 1971 JUANITA SLOUGH SUBJECT OF COUNTY MEETING AT PARK 2
November 24, 1971 PERMIT SOUGHT FOR LAKE PARK (HOUGHTON BEACH) 7
November 24, 1971 PRE-FAB CABIN IS LIKELY AT MOULTON PARK 7
November 24, 1971 THE REV BERG TO LEAVE HOLY SPIRIT LUTHERAN (BERG, DEAN W) 11
November 24, 1971 REGIONAL AIRPORT IS NOT YET RULED OUT FOR REDMOND 20
November 24, 1971 CITIZENS FAVOR SUBURBAN BUSES 1
November 24, 1971 SOME ROADS LEAD TO KIRKLAND 1
November 24, 1971 JUANITA CDC BACKS MARKET ST RELOCATION - WITH CONDITIONS 3
November 24, 1971 JUANITA-WOODINVILLE STAND DUE NEXT WEEK, REAMS SAYS 4
November 24, 1971 CITY PROMPTED TO REQUIRE SEWER LINE CONNECTIONS 1
November 24, 1971 RESERVOIR DEDICATED (PHOTO AT ROSE HILL) 2
December 1, 1971 TAG NEEDS ARTISTS, PATRONS 18
December 1, 1971 NORTHSHORE BANK TO OPEN IN KINGSGATE 4
December 1, 1971 EXCHANGE CLUB NAMES NERHEIM BOY OF MONTH (NERHEIM, MARK) 4
December 1, 1971 THE TITIALII FAMILY: THEY CAME FOR SCHOOLS AND USED THEM WELL 14
December 1, 1971 SOMEDAY, HE'LL BUILD A BOAT TO SAIL AROUND THE WORLD (SCHREIBER, JUERGEN) 15
December 1, 1971 LOCAL ARTIST WINS NATIONAL ART PRIZE (HOOK, BETTY) 22
December 1, 1971 TALENT, INGENUITY AND GLUE PRODUCE DECORATIVE ITEMS (BJERKE, DAWN) 24
December 1, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (JOLGEN, JIM) 25
December 1, 1971 BRIDLE TRAILS NOW PERMANENT STATE PARK 1
December 1, 1971 LIMOUSINE SERVICE TO AIRPORT STARTS 4
December 1, 1971 ROSE HILL HAS NEW BARBER SHOP (ROSE HILL BARBER SHOP) 4
December 1, 1971 PTA IS HOUSEHOLD WORD: FACTS HELP TO CORRECT OPINIONS 5
December 1, 1971 LWSD TO OFFER COURSE FOR BOILER ENGINEERS 14
December 1, 1971 822-4141: NEW FIRE EMERGENCY NUMBER 1
December 1, 1971 CITY CURRENT EXPENSES DOWN 1
December 1, 1971 KIRKLAND COUNCIL CONSIDERS STAND ON JUANITA BAY PARK PROPOSAL 7
December 1, 1971 COMMUNITY SHARES THANKSGIVING 1
December 1, 1971 ENCHANTED CASTLE READY FOR VIEWERS (PHOTO) 1
December 1, 1971 YARROW BAY YACHT CLUB AGAIN SUPPORTS HOLIDAY CRUISE FOR THE HANDICAPPED 2
December 1, 1971 BIDS FOR JUANITA BEACH FUNDS REJECTED BY STATE AGENCY 1
December 1, 1971 KIRKLAND COUNCIL CONSIDERS STAND ON JUANITA BAY PARK PROPOSAL 7
December 1, 1971 BIDS FOR JUANITA BEACH FUNDS REJECTED BY STATE AGENCY 1
December 1, 1971 BOAT LAUNCH COMMITTEE GATHERING STATISTICS 2
December 1, 1971 KIRKLAND COUNCIL CONSIDERS STAND ON JUANITA BAY PARK PROPOSAL 7
December 1, 1971 INTERRUPTED, BURGLAR ESCAPES 1
December 1, 1971 KIRKLAND MAN FOUND DEAD (STANLEY, CHARLES G) 2
December 1, 1971 BURGLARS TAKE NEARLY $600 14
December 1, 1971 EARLY CALLS MADE FOR EVERGREEN HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS 23
December 1, 1971 HAYES, JOHN 22
December 1, 1971 GORE, LOTTA 22
December 1, 1971 DEANGELO, IMOGENE 22
December 1, 1971 CONKEY, DAVID 22
December 1, 1971 VANDEBRAKE, MAE 22
December 1, 1971 POSTMA, JILL 22
December 1, 1971 SCOUT TROOP TO OBSERVE 25TH YEAR (ROSE HILL BOY SCOUTS) 18
December 1, 1971 GIRLS WELCOMED ABOARD (SEA SCOUTS) 23
December 1, 1971 MAIL BOXES - A GOOD MEDIUM FOR EXPRESSING INDIVIDUALITY (PHOTOS) 19
December 1, 1971 BIDS FOR JUANITA BEACH FUNDS REJECTED BY STATE AGENCY 1
December 1, 1971 BRIDLE TRAILS NOW PERMANENT STATE PARK 1
December 1, 1971 BOAT LAUNCH COMMITTEE GATHERING STATISTICS 2
December 1, 1971 KIRKLAND COUNCIL CONSIDERS STAND ON JUANITA BAY PARK PROPOSAL 7
December 1, 1971 BOAT LAUNCH COMMITTEE GATHERING STATISTICS 2
December 1, 1971 SECOND TRANSIT MEETING TOMORROW 1
December 1, 1971 TRANSIT LANE COULD BE RESERVED ON FLOATING BRIDGE 1
December 1, 1971 EVERGREEN BRIDGE TO OPEN AGAIN FOR TRUCKS MONDAY 2
December 1, 1971 WHERE DO THEY GET WEATHER STATISTICS (HEISDORF & NELSON) 17
December 1, 1971 SUZANNE BUTTE, BRUCE JOHNSON 23
December 1, 1971 DELORES COSBY, OTTO BEACH JR 23
December 1, 1971 SUE ADAMS, JAMES STUNTZ 24
December 8, 1971 RECEPTION FOR 50TH ANNIVERSARY (MCFARLAND, MR AND MRS LLOYD) 22
December 8, 1971 THERE'S ALWAYS ROOM FOR ONE MORE IN POTUZAK HOME 1
December 8, 1971 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING WAS 25-YEAR CAREER (SMITH, MARGARET D) 21
December 8, 1971 LAKE SIDELINES (DAVIDSON, CAPPI) 21
December 8, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (WOODS, NICKIE) 22
December 8, 1971 COMMUNITY PLATING DAY SET AT EVERGREEN SATURDAY 17
December 8, 1971 NE 60TH STATION DUE FOR CLOSURE 28
December 8, 1971 INGLEWOOD TOWNHOUSE PLANS PASS 17
December 8, 1971 CHAMBER REQUESTS BOAT LAUNCH CLOSURE 1
December 8, 1971 MODEL PLANE BUFFS SHARE HOBBY WITH BOYS, GIRL 20
December 8, 1971 BIG LEVY HIKE FACES SCHOOL TAXPAYERS 1
December 8, 1971 12-MONTH PROGRAM ASKED AT LW SPECIAL ED CENTER 2
December 8, 1971 SCHOOL NEGOTIATIONS PARAMETERS STILL TO BE SET IN PRIVATE 2
December 8, 1971 CHAMBER TO HEAR ABOUT HIRING POOR 1
December 8, 1971 NE 60TH STATION DUE FOR CLOSURE 28
December 8, 1971 SCORE PRESENTATION SCORES POINTS WITH COUNTY COUNCIL 2
December 8, 1971 HEALTH OFFICE REPLACES X-RAY BUS 28
December 8, 1971 SANTA TO ARRIVE FRIDAY 1
December 8, 1971 CASCADIAN CHORALE PREPARES FOR TWO CHRISTMAS CONCERTS 21
December 8, 1971 SCHOOL NEGOTIATIONS PARAMETERS STILL TO BE SET IN PRIVATE 2
December 8, 1971 CHAMBER REQUESTS BOAT LAUNCH CLOSURE 1
December 8, 1971 IN JAIL, SUSPECT ADMITS TO KIRKLAND BURGLARY 17
December 8, 1971 BURGLARS TAKE TVS, RADIO 17
December 8, 1971 ERICKSON, LUCILLE 20
December 8, 1971 JAYNES, ROBERT 20
December 8, 1971 KELLEY, MARY 20
December 8, 1971 PELLY TO DECIDE VERY SOON 1
December 8, 1971 MODEL PLANE BUFFS SHARE HOBBY WITH BOYS, GIRL 20
December 8, 1971 KIRKLAND MAN WINS RACING CHAMPIONSHIP (WINBIGLER, D MYLES) 5
December 8, 1971 CHAMBER REQUESTS BOAT LAUNCH CLOSURE 1
December 8, 1971 CARRIERS TO ASK LOWER EAST SIDE FREIGHT RATES 1
December 8, 1971 CHAMBER REQUESTS BOAT LAUNCH CLOSURE 1
December 8, 1971 EAST SIDERS PRODUCE MANY IDEAS FOR NEW METRO BUS ROUTES 23
December 8, 1971 SCORE PRESENTATION SCORES POINTS WITH COUNTY COUNCIL 2
December 8, 1971 CITIZENS AND COUNTY COULD BE NEAR SIMONDS ROAD SOLUTION 5
December 8, 1971 CITIZENS PROTEST LAKE WASHINGTON BOULEVARD PARKING 5
December 8, 1971 VICKI LANDER, CRAIG BEETHAM 22
December 15, 1971 WALDO BIRDS HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY 25
December 15, 1971 NORTHSHORE BANK OPENS IN KINGSGATE (PHOTO) 7
December 15, 1971 KIRKLAND BANK TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY AT OPEN HOUSE (BANK OF KIRKLAND) 7
December 15, 1971 NON-BELIEVER, SHE'S NOW A WORKER (COOPER, DORIS) 1
December 15, 1971 WE LOVED IRELAND, THE KIND GENEROUS PEOPLE (BAILEY, GERRY & MARGE) 15
December 15, 1971 ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT VEGETABLES AND THEN SOME (MCDONALD, LUCILLE) 25
December 15, 1971 BIG HOUSECLEANING JOB (GARRETSON, ISABELLE) 25
December 15, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (LOCKE, DODY) 27
December 15, 1971 CHIEF OF STAFF PREVIEWS EVERGREEN HOSPITAL 6
December 15, 1971 ABANDONED APARTMENT CONSTRUCTION GIVEN GO-AHEAD 19
December 15, 1971 CLOSE CENTRAL, MOVE STUDENTS, CAC SAYS 2
December 15, 1971 MERCHANTS SLATE HOURS ON SUNDAY 1
December 15, 1971 THE IRON GATES: CHANGING SCENE 17
December 15, 1971 SHOPPERS - RELAX, REFRESH AT FROSTY'S 17
December 15, 1971 PEAR TREE IS BUDDING 18
December 15, 1971 JIM VAUX TO HEAD '72 CHAMBER 1
December 15, 1971 FOOD BANK SETS UP CHRISTMAS HOURS 1
December 15, 1971 EXCHANGE STUDENTS BRING BONUS TO A G BELL SCHOOL 2
December 15, 1971 CLOSE CENTRAL, MOVE STUDENTS, CAC SAYS 2
December 15, 1971 BETTY LOU MARTINSON, DANNY K STORMO 26
December 15, 1971 BARBARA JOE BERTRAM, ARTHUR SANCHEZ 26
December 15, 1971 YUKIMO PERRY, ROBERT BURNETT 26
December 15, 1971 FIRE SERVICES ADOPT $226,610 BUDGET 1
December 15, 1971 KIRKLAND FIREFIGHTERS CITED FOR COMPLETING STATE TRAINING 5
December 15, 1971 REP PELLY TO RETIRE IN '72 2
December 15, 1971 PROSECUTION WAS POLITICAL ASSASSINATION, LELAND CHARGES 21
December 15, 1971 CITY ADOPTS SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE 2
December 15, 1971 A WINTER VISIT (PHOTO OF SANTA) 1
December 15, 1971 CHRISTMAS SHIPS SET 3 KIRKLAND VISITS 1
December 15, 1971 105 NEW POLICEMEN FOR COUNTY 1
December 15, 1971 LOCKED CAR IS BURGLARIZED 7
December 15, 1971 PROSECUTION WAS POLITICAL ASSASSINATION, LELAND CHARGES 21
December 15, 1971 WOMAN, 74, TAKES OWN LIFE (PEARSON, BETTY) 21
December 15, 1971 BURGLARS TAKE STEREO SET 21
December 15, 1971 CHIEF OF STAFF PREVIEWS EVERGREEN HOSPITAL 6
December 15, 1971 HOSPITAL TO HAVE 24-HOUR EMERGENCY 6
December 15, 1971 GELOW, LEO 24
December 15, 1971 ASKEW, RUTH 24
December 15, 1971 STOOPS, RALPH 24
December 15, 1971 PEARSON, CECILE 24
December 15, 1971 MCGUIRE, HAROLD 24
December 15, 1971 TRUSELO, LEO 24
December 15, 1971 GELOW, LEO 24
December 15, 1971 DAN RYAN RANKED AS EAGLE 19
December 15, 1971 ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT VEGETABLES AND THEN SOME (MCDONALD, LUCILLE) 25
December 15, 1971 REV MACK MOVES TO REDMOND 2
December 15, 1971 EAST SIDERS' TRANSIT MAPS INCLUDE SIX BUS CENTERS 20
December 15, 1971 PETITION ASKS END TO PARKING ON LAKE STREET 1
December 15, 1971 CITY ORDINANCES OUTLINES SEWER CONNECTIONS, CHARGES 7
December 15, 1971 FROM PEACE TO PIECES (PHOTOS OF PEACE SIGN MADE OF SNOW) 8
December 22, 1971 HEISDORF & NELSON ACQUIRED BY PFIZER 11B
December 22, 1971 ONSLAUGHT OF ILLNESS UPSETS RETIREMENT PLANS (SPENCER, ALLEN & VERA) 1
December 22, 1971 STUDENT TAKES CIRCUITOUS ROUTE TO NORTHWEST COLLEGE (WU, CHAC) 5
December 22, 1971 CAN THE GLAMOUR OF NEW YORK OUTPULL RUSTIC REDMOND (HANSCOM, DOROTHY) 12
December 22, 1971 THEIR DOOR IS OPEN (NELSON, BONNIE) 17
December 22, 1971 HEISDORF & NELSON ACQUIRED BY PFIZER 11B
December 22, 1971 ARTIST OPENS SHOP HERE (OSBORNE, RUTH BURMAN) 11B
December 22, 1971 BOY LOSES HAND IN EXPLOSION 11A
December 22, 1971 CONTINUED SUPPORT ASKED FOR 1972 MARCH OF DIMES 11A
December 22, 1971 MANY FOOD-BANK CONTRIBUTORS DO NOT APPEAR ON LIST OF DONORS 11A
December 22, 1971 FAMILY LIFE CONCERN OF ES COUNSELING 16
December 22, 1971 REVISED JUANITA SLOUGH DESIGN ACCEPTABLE 1
December 22, 1971 KIRKLAND'S 1972 BUDGET REFLECTS SLOWER ECONOMY 1
December 22, 1971 CHRISTMAS LIGHTS (PHOTO AT NE 48TH & 109TH NE) 1
December 22, 1971 REVISED JUANITA SLOUGH DESIGN ACCEPTABLE 1
December 22, 1971 9 BURGLARIES CLEARED BY ARRESTS, POLICE SAY 11A
December 22, 1971 COMBS NAMED OFFICER OF MONTH (COMBS, ROBERT) 11A
December 22, 1971 TRAFFIC OFFENSES KEEP NE DISTRICT JUSTICES BUSY 5
December 22, 1971 FOR A '4-TIME LOSER', BILL'S PRETTY OPTIMISTIC 5
December 22, 1971 MUSGROVE, HILDA 16
December 22, 1971 ESKELAND, JEAN 16
December 22, 1971 GILBERT, CLAUDE 16
December 22, 1971 REVISED JUANITA SLOUGH DESIGN ACCEPTABLE 1
December 22, 1971 STOP SIGNS REMOVED (PHOTO AT 116TH AVE NE & NE 79TH PLACE) 11A
December 22, 1971 POOR TIMING, BUT ... P.O. STREET PAVED 1
December 22, 1971 NE 85TH SIGNAL POSSIBLE IN 1973 1
December 22, 1971 REVISED JUANITA SLOUGH DESIGN ACCEPTABLE 1
December 22, 1971 PUGET POWER RATE HEARINGS TO RECONVENE JANUARY 10 1
December 22, 1971 PATRICIA SUE GAVIN, STEPHEN JONES 17
December 22, 1971 KATHLEEN BURKE, DAVID VANDERFORD 17
December 29, 1971 SAM JACKSON OUT IN FRONT FOR YOUNG LIFE 1
December 29, 1971 BUILT ROOM BY ROOM, MCKIBBEN HOME COMING DOWN SAME WAY 1
December 29, 1971 ISRAEL CAN BE PROUD OF GREAT WORK (BAILEY, GERRY & MARGE) 5
December 29, 1971 MR ART LEAVES THE PARK BOARD (GREER, GLEN) 6
December 29, 1971 LIBRARY WORKER SAW HIS GOAL ACCOMPLISHED (NELSON, GLENN) 6
December 29, 1971 JEFFREY WITH SIX-FOOTED FRIEND (EVANS, JEFFREY WITH SIX FOOTED CAT) 15
December 29, 1971 YOU WANT AN AIR-CONDITIONED BURLINGTON WITH A WOODEN FLOOR (NORRBOM, ALAN) 17
December 29, 1971 FROM WATCHER TO DOER (JOHNSON, SHIRLEY) 21
December 29, 1971 COOK'S CORNER (HALL, NANCI) 22
December 29, 1971 BOY'S SHELL COLLECTION AT LIBRARY (SWAN, ANDREW) 22
December 29, 1971 FIRST BABY 1972 ALREADY A WINNER 1
December 29, 1971 BUILT ROOM BY ROOM, MCKIBBEN HOME COMING DOWN SAME WAY 1
December 29, 1971 BUILT ROOM BY ROOM, MCKIBBEN HOME COMING DOWN SAME WAY 1
December 29, 1971 LIQUOR PERMIT ISSUED (TERRY'S WAGON WHEEL) 15
December 29, 1971 KINGSGATE BOYS PLAY SANTA CLAUS TO NEEDY 17
December 29, 1971 NE 85TH ZONING FITS IN KIRKLAND PLAN 1
December 29, 1971 SPECIAL LEVY UNSET; BOARD TO HEAR ALTERNATIVES 2
December 29, 1971 RUSSIAN EXCHANGE TEACHER VISITS WITH LWSD STUDENTS 17
December 29, 1971 CHRISTMAS TREE AT AUDUBON DECORATED BY FOURTH GRADERS 22
December 29, 1971 PUBLIC'S OPINION ASKED ON SCHOOL PHILOSOPHY 23
December 29, 1971 PROGRAM FOR SCHOOL DROPOUTS: IT MAY NOT BE BIG, BUT IT'S BEST 28
December 29, 1971 PATRICIA MUELLER, TED LOMAN 21
December 29, 1971 BIKEWAYS SYSTEM LINKING KIRKLAND TO BELLEVUE APPROVED 2
December 29, 1971 KEEP YOUR LOGS, SHINGLEBOLTS OUT OF LAKE WASHINGTON, FELLA (OLD ORDINANCES) 5
December 29, 1971 KEEP YOUR LOGS, SHINGLEBOLTS OUT OF LAKE WASHINGTON, FELLA (OLD ORDINANCES) 5
December 29, 1971 1971, THE YEAR THAT WAS: ROADS LEADING IN AND POUT OF KIRKLAND WERE BIG NEWS 6
December 29, 1971 KEEP YOUR LOGS, SHINGLEBOLTS OUT OF LAKE WASHINGTON, FELLA (OLD ORDINANCES) 5
December 29, 1971 FLAME ARMED ROBBERY FOILED 15
December 29, 1971 FLIGHT FROM FIGHT ENDS IN AUTO CRASH 17
December 29, 1971 AUTOPSY SAYS GIRL'S DEATH SELF-INFLICTED (HOFFMAN, MARY) 20
December 29, 1971 KIRKLAND MAN KILLED ON 405 (LODGE, JAMES F) 20
December 29, 1971 LIBRARY WORKER SAW HIS GOAL ACCOMPLISHED (NELSON, GLENN) 6
December 29, 1971 HOFFMAN, MARY 20
December 29, 1971 LARSON, ALIDA 20
December 29, 1971 O'TOOLE, FLORENCE 20
December 29, 1971 SKARE, ANNA 20
December 29, 1971 KENNEY, MARY 20
December 29, 1971 LODGE, JAMES 20
December 29, 1971 MARSHALL, NONDYS 20
December 29, 1971 HEDSTROM, LYDIA 20
December 29, 1971 RAMBOW, OTTO 20
December 29, 1971 TROOP 428 MARKS 25 YEARS 23
December 29, 1971 COLUMNIST TAKES OVER FOR JUANITA (VAN LUEVEN, KATHIE) 22
December 29, 1971 MR ART LEAVES THE PARK BOARD (GREER, GLEN) 6
December 29, 1971 BIKEWAYS SYSTEM LINKING KIRKLAND TO BELLEVUE APPROVED 2
December 29, 1971 METRO BUS VOTE MAY BE DELAYED 1
December 29, 1971 SR 901 RENUMBERED - PARTIALLY (MAP) 15
December 29, 1971 BRIDGES' USE RISES 15
December 29, 1971 JANET KAY DREWELOW, JOHN MEIHAUS 21
December 29, 1971 PATRICIA JOHNSON, LAWRENCE SEYMOUR 21
December 29, 1971 JANET LOU WALSH, JERRY LEE HOWLAND 21
December 29, 1971 LESLIE JOAN CRAWLEY, DENNIS PAYNE 21
January 5, 1972 'I'M AN ARTIST NOW,' MIKE FALK DECLARES 1
January 5, 1972 CHRISTINE NAMED AFTER HE(SHE) LAID EGG (EWING, HOWARD) 13
January 5, 1972 COOK'S CORNER (FRICKE, RUTH) 14
January 5, 1972 MINNIE BAKER, 86, ACCEPTS THE CHALLENGE OF RURAL KIRKLAND LIVING 19
January 5, 1972 JENNIFER IS FIRST BABY CONTEST WINNER (CORY, JENNIFER) 1
January 5, 1972 SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED (PHOTO NEAR KINGSGATE SAFEWAY) 18
January 5, 1972 DECISION ON SCHOOL BUILDING MOST IMPORTANT 2
January 5, 1972 TAKEN THE TOUR YET? (HISTORIC MARKERS) 19
January 5, 1972 KIRKLAND WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN HYAK SKI ACCIDENT (CHAPIN, ELLEN) 5
January 5, 1972 PLANE CRASH KILLS KIRKLAND PILOT, 22 (JOINES, CHARLES H) 13
January 5, 1972 COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT '72 THEME FOR NEW C OF C YEAR 1
January 5, 1972 UNITED WAY FUNDS SHIFT TO WELFARE SERVICES 11
January 5, 1972 KIRKLAND, REDMOND BOTH TOP UNITED WAY DRIVE GOALS 12
January 5, 1972 FOOD BANK CHAIRMAN SAYS: I NEVER CEASE TO WONDER THAT WE CAN SUPPLY SO MANY 21
January 5, 1972 FIREMEN'S FOOD DRIVE HELPS 20 FAMILIES 21
January 5, 1972 MARCH OF DIMES MAIL CAMPAIGN IS UNDERWAY 21
January 5, 1972 BIKE WINNERS (PHOTO OF DOBBS, VICKI / THIEL, JEFF) 18
January 5, 1972 SCHOOL LEADERS ASK PUBLIC LEVY INPUT 1
January 5, 1972 MRS GOODNER PROPOSES BOARD MEETING IMPROVEMENT 2
January 5, 1972 SCHOOL BOARD FACES TOUGH LEVY CHOICE 2
January 5, 1972 LESLIE AGNER, L R MCKULLA JR 20
January 5, 1972 MARY ELLEN MCGRANN, RUSSELL EDWARDS 20
January 5, 1972 COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR POLICE APPROVED 2
January 5, 1972 WHAT'S WRONG WITH BEING BUILT BY WPA (LETTER FROM BISHOP, RAY) 4
January 5, 1972 NEW FIRM MAKES PRECISION PARTS (BEK INCORPORATED) 18
January 5, 1972 KIRKLAND PIER PERMIT CHALLENGED 1
January 5, 1972 POLICE RAID PRODUCES $800 OF MARIJUANA 2
January 5, 1972 COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR POLICE APPROVED 2
January 5, 1972 BURGLARS ARRESTED IN BANK 2
January 5, 1972 ACTION NEEDED TO END BLATANT VANDALISM (LETTER TO EDITOR) 4
January 5, 1972 WICKLUND, SANDRA 5
January 5, 1972 SHORETT, VIRGINIA 5
January 5, 1972 TUCKER, FRANK 5
January 5, 1972 MCENTEE, HELEN 5
January 5, 1972 MYNTTI, EINO 5
January 5, 1972 WOMAN'S CLUB TO CELEBRATE 52ND YEAR 19
January 5, 1972 CHURCH DEBT PAID OFF: ADVENTISTS GIVE THEMSELVES CHRISTMAS PRESENT 13
January 5, 1972 DECISION DUE SOON ON RATES HEARING 1
January 5, 1972 KIRKLAND PIER PERMIT CHALLENGED 1
January 5, 1972 DESIGNATING 100TH NE ARTERIAL JUST A FORMALITY, REAMS SAYS 2
January 5, 1972 COAST GUARD PLANS HEARING ON DELAY OF i-90 CROSSING 15
January 5, 1972 PHOTOS OF SNOW 15
January 5, 1972 DARICE GAMEY, DONALD KONKLER 20
January 5, 1972 VICKIE LUNDVALL, GREGORY MARTIN 20
January 12, 1972 LAKE VUE GARDENS - OPEN HOUSE 8
January 12, 1972 JUANITA CITIZENS OFFICE EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS 8
January 12, 1972 FOOD BANK IS CHAIRMAN'S CUP OF TEA (DESALVO, CORA) 19
January 12, 1972 STILL MEMBER OF PUBLIC (GOODNER, OAKLEY) 20
January 12, 1972 BRIDLE TRAILS IS EQUESTRIAN CENTER 7A
January 12, 1972 REMODELING COMPLETE AT BETTY'S 3 SHOPS 8
January 12, 1972 CONVALESCENT CENTER TO OPEN 190-BED FACILITY SUNDAY (LAKE VUE GARDENS) 8
January 12, 1972 BUSINESSMEN FORM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 1A
January 12, 1972 KIRKLAND AREA GAINS 36 NEW BUSINESSES 5A
January 12, 1972 ANTIQUE SHOP EXPANDS (GOOD OLD DAYS SHOPPE) 8
January 12, 1972 REMODELING COMPLETE AT BETTY'S 3 SHOPS 8
January 12, 1972 BUSINESSMEN FORM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 1A
January 12, 1972 ANNUAL REPORT - SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT 1A-8A
January 12, 1972 FOOD BANK IS CHAIRMAN'S CUP OF TEA (DESALVO, CORA) 19
January 12, 1972 BUSINESSMEN FORM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 1A
January 12, 1972 KIRKLAND PLANNING PROJECTS COMPLETED 2A
January 12, 1972 GAS STATION REZONING IS SOUGHT 7A
January 12, 1972 JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL OPENING SETS NEW EDUCATION CONCEPT 7A
January 12, 1972 AT ROSE HILL JUNIOR HIGH: YOU WILL GREET US WITH A POLITE BOW 1
January 12, 1972 SWIM PROGRAM BEGINS AT JUANITA HIGH 2
January 12, 1972 SCHOOL DISTRICT DROPS LEASES ON STATE LAND 2
January 12, 1972 IS SCHOOL BOARD AT ODDS WITH STATE OPEN MEETINGS ACT? 2
January 12, 1972 LWSD COMPLETES '71-72 NEGOTIATIONS 14
January 12, 1972 WHEN SHOULD STUDENTS STUDY JOBS? (LAKEVIEW) 20
January 12, 1972 COLLEGE SETS HOMECOMING 21
January 12, 1972 COOK'S CORNER (FREEHILL, KAY) 21
January 12, 1972 JANET KELLY, RICHARD STUMPH 20
January 12, 1972 LINDA EDDY, DWIGHT GADD 20
January 12, 1972 PLAYBARN READIES 'RAINMAKER' 2
January 12, 1972 CENTRAL DISPATCHING TO START IN APRIL 1
January 12, 1972 LEGISLATORS COMMENT: REDISTRICTING, RECOVERY WILL AFFECT EAST SIDE 1
January 12, 1972 LIQUOR REVENUES RELEASED 1
January 12, 1972 METRO POSTPONES ELECTION 1
January 12, 1972 PRESCHOOL EYE TESTING AT ES HEALTH OFFICE 5
January 12, 1972 BEACH PLANS DEVELOPED (HOUGHTON BEACH) 2A
January 12, 1972 PARK BOARD TO REVIEW FINAL HOUGHTON PLANS 4
January 12, 1972 LWSD COMPLETES '71-72 NEGOTIATIONS 14
January 12, 1972 BEACH PLANS DEVELOPED (HOUGHTON BEACH) 2A
January 12, 1972 PARK BOARD TO REVIEW FINAL HOUGHTON PLANS 4
January 12, 1972 BURGLARY SOLVED, THEN DISCOVERED 4
January 12, 1972 COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT ANNOUNCED BY LIBRARIES 2
January 12, 1972 1972 WILL MARK NEW HOSPITAL OPENING 4A
January 12, 1972 MEDICAL-DENTAL CENTER OPENS 5A
January 12, 1972 CONVALESCENT CENTER TO OPEN 190-BED FACILITY SUNDAY (LAKE VUE GARDENS) 8
January 12, 1972 SIMMONS, LENA 18
January 12, 1972 MCMURRAY, JAMES 18
January 12, 1972 MADDOX, OTIS 18
January 12, 1972 MITCHELL, MARY 18
January 12, 1972 CARLSON, HERBERT 18
January 12, 1972 IVES, JESSE 18
January 12, 1972 POST OFFICE OFFERS IRS TAX BOOKLETS 2
January 12, 1972 BEACH PLANS DEVELOPED (HOUGHTON BEACH) 2A
January 12, 1972 PARK BOARD TO REVIEW FINAL HOUGHTON PLANS 4
January 12, 1972 FREIGHT RATES TO BE SET SOON 4A
January 12, 1972 IF IT WEREN'T FOR LEE JOHNSON'S KEEN EYE (LICENSES) 8
January 12, 1972 THIRD BUS MEETING TOMORROW 14
January 12, 1972 STUDY INITIATED ON CENTRAL TRAFFIC BYPASS 1A
January 12, 1972 IMPROVEMENTS TO SECOND AVE ASKED 1A
January 12, 1972 CENTRAL WAY STORM SEWER: BIG DITCH COULD BE STARTED MONDAY 1
January 12, 1972 UNDERGROUND PHONE WIRING IS NEWS IN '71 3A
January 12, 1972 CENTRAL WAY STORM SEWER: BIG DITCH COULD BE STARTED MONDAY 1
January 12, 1972 POWER RATES PENALIZE APARTMENTS 9
January 19, 1972 KINGSGATE SAFEWAY - GRAND OPENING 7
January 19, 1972 COOK'S CORNER (CONOVER, DIANE) 17
January 19, 1972 WE WERE FIRST PALE PEOPLE TO VISIT MAU MAU VILLAGE (BAILEY, GERRY & MARGE) 22
January 19, 1972 MOTHER'S BIRTHDAY REMINDER OF YEARS IN JUANITA (RASMUSSEN, MARGARET BAIER) 23
January 19, 1972 STAYS HOME THIS TIME (BLUECHEL, AYLENE) 24
January 19, 1972 PERMITS SHOW THE SWING WAS UP IN BUILDING FOR 1971 1
January 19, 1972 SCHOOL DIRECTORS ACT - CENTRAL TO CLOSE 1
January 19, 1972 PUBLIC INPUT SOUGHT TO COMMUNITY CENTER 1
January 19, 1972 REVISED ORDINANCE FOR PRESERVING CITY LANDMARKS APPROVED 2
January 19, 1972 'WHITE', THE PLACE THAT WAS, IS ON BEAR CREEK AREA MAP 25
January 19, 1972 FIRST BREAKTHROUGH HOUSING NEAR (MODEL) 22
January 19, 1972 CAFE OLE OFFERS SPANISH FOOD 16
January 19, 1972 SALE DRAWS MORE THAN 1000 (PHOTO AT KIRKLAND SHOE STORE) 16
January 19, 1972 NEW SAFEWAY OPENS TODAY (KINGSGATE) 16
January 19, 1972 SAFEWAY ISSUED LIQUOR LICENSE 16
January 19, 1972 CHAMBER INSTALLS OFFICERS AT BANQUET 15
January 19, 1972 PERMITS SHOW THE SWING WAS UP IN BUILDING FOR 1971 1
January 19, 1972 APPROVAL GIVEN PLAT 5
January 19, 1972 GRAVEL PIT PROPOSED FOR INDUSTRIAL PARK 5
January 19, 1972 NS TO OFFER 3-YEAR BIBLE CURRICULUM 5
January 19, 1972 66 NC STUDENTS ACHIEVE DEAN'S LIST 5
January 19, 1972 JUANITA HIGH SUSPENDS 50 STUDENTS 6
January 19, 1972 SUMMER SPECIAL ED PROGRAM WINS SUPPORT 6
January 19, 1972 MEETING CALLED MONDAY TO SET 1972 SCHOOL LEVY 6
January 19, 1972 PRINCIPALS' GROUPS STUDY OPEN SCHOOL BOUNDARIES 6
January 19, 1972 GROUP TO STUDY VOCATIONAL EDUCATION NEED ON EAST SIDE 6
January 19, 1972 SCHOOL PETITION ASKS MORE FUNDS 19
January 19, 1972 GERALDINE THYHOLT, DENNIS FLESHMAN 24
January 19, 1972 GRETA JESSEN, DANIEL L GILLETTE 24
January 19, 1972 MARTHA PALMER, MORGAN A THOMAS JR 24
January 19, 1972 ELIZABETH JOHNSON, DAVID LAMBERT 24
January 19, 1972 LET US ENTERTAIN YOU (PHOTO OF SWEET ADELINES) 23
January 19, 1972 EAST SIDE WILL PICK UP NEW DISTRICT - SOMEPLACE 1
January 19, 1972 REVISED ORDINANCE FOR PRESERVING CITY LANDMARKS APPROVED 2
January 19, 1972 'WHITE', THE PLACE THAT WAS, IS ON BEAR CREEK AREA MAP 25
January 19, 1972 PARK BOARD OKAYS HOUGHTON BEACH PLANS 19
January 19, 1972 KIRKLAND MAILMEN FILE LABOR COMPLAINT 1
January 19, 1972 PARK BOARD OKAYS HOUGHTON BEACH PLANS 19
January 19, 1972 MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY ATTEMPT 1
January 19, 1972 ART'S MARKET HELD UP SUNDAY 6
January 19, 1972 JUVENILE ARRESTED ON TWO COUNTS 19
January 19, 1972 PETERSON, HELEN 1
January 19, 1972 PATERSON, RONALD 22
January 19, 1972 LEHMAN, BYRON 22
January 19, 1972 IVES, JESSE 22
January 19, 1972 MCCOWAN, ALEEN 22
January 19, 1972 COMAN, MARY 22
January 19, 1972 MCCHESNEY, ROBERT 22
January 19, 1972 TWINS CLUB TO CHANGE NAME 17
January 19, 1972 NEW TOASTMISTRESS CLUB FORMING ON ES 23
January 19, 1972 KIRKLAND MAILMEN FILE LABOR COMPLAINT 1
January 19, 1972 JOURNAL TO CO-SPONSOR SUNNY HAWAIIAN TOURS 13
January 19, 1972 TWO JOURNAL STAFF MEMBERS NAMED (BROWN, DICK / BEST, SAMANTHA) 15
January 19, 1972 PARK BOARD OKAYS HOUGHTON BEACH PLANS 19
January 19, 1972 SALES TAX FOR BUSES QUESTIONED 2
January 19, 1972 'BIG DITCH' EQUIPMENT DELIVERED (PHOTO ON CENTRAL AVE) 2
January 19, 1972 UNDERGROUND SERVICE READY WHEN PUGET POWER SAYS SO 1
January 19, 1972 PATRICIA EGNER, HAROLD T COOK 23
January 19, 1972 SUSAN ANDERSON, MARK SHAW 24
January 26, 1972 50TH ANNIVERSARY NOTED (HACKETT, MERRITT & DONNA) 20
January 26, 1972 GALLERY OFFERS STATE'S FIRST CALLIGRAPHY EXHIBIT 2
January 26, 1972 TRY LIVING ON $87 A MONTH (PETERSON, INGA) 15
January 26, 1972 MACRAME AS THERAPY GROWS INTO SATISFYING ART FORMS (STEPHENS, RUTH) 19
January 26, 1972 CYNICISM TAKES A TURN (GARDNER, DICK) 20
January 26, 1972 COOK'S CORNER (WALKER, MARY) 21
January 26, 1972 GROUND BROKEN FOR PROFESSIONAL PLAZA (EVERGREEN) 16
January 26, 1972 ART'S ROSE HILL STORE FINISHES REMODELING PROJECT 16
January 26, 1972 ORGANIZERS GO TO PUBLIC MEETING ON COMMUNITY CENTER 1
January 26, 1972 INGLEWOOD-JUANITA DR SITE FOR COUNTY POLICE 6
January 26, 1972 BAPTIST CHURCH DEDICATION FEB 6 14
January 26, 1972 FULL SERVICE RESTAURANT COMES FROM EXPERIENCE (TERRY'S WAGON WHEEL) 2
January 26, 1972 HAPPY CLAM REMODELING, ADDS DANCING 2
January 26, 1972 JUANITA INN OFFERS PIZZA, IMPORTED BEERS 2
January 26, 1972 USES ASKED FOR KENNEL, DAY NURSERY 13
January 26, 1972 MOTHERS' MARCH WILL BE TOMORROW 19
January 26, 1972 PUBLIC CAN GAIN ZONING INFORMATION BEFORE HEARING 1
January 26, 1972 DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED NEAR BREAKTHROUGH SITE 13
January 26, 1972 SCHOOLS TO SEEK 30.84-MILL SPECIAL LEVY 1
January 26, 1972 NO ACCORD REACHED ON TEACHERS' SALARIES 6
January 26, 1972 10 WITNESS PUBLIC SESSION 6
January 26, 1972 LWSD ADMINISTRATORS ENTER MANAGEMENT TRAINING CLASS 6
January 26, 1972 SUSPENDED JUANITA STUDENTS RETURN 6
January 26, 1972 10 LWHS STUDENTS LEAVE FOR GERMANY TODAY 20
January 26, 1972 SCHULTZ NAMED FIREMEN OF THE MONTH (SCHULTZ, DWIGHT W) 18
January 26, 1972 APARTMENT OWNERS TO HEAR FIRE CHIEF 26
January 26, 1972 MCKIBBEN HOME EVOKES NOSTALGIA (LETTER FROM MCKIBBEN, GORDON) 4
January 26, 1972 TEAMSTERS ASK TO UNIONIZE CITY 1
January 26, 1972 NO ACCORD REACHED ON TEACHERS' SALARIES 6
January 26, 1972 WHAT ELSE DOES TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION DO? 6
January 26, 1972 COUNTY POLICE TO BEGIN CITING PARKING VIOLATORS FEB 1 6
January 26, 1972 INGLEWOOD-JUANITA DR SITE FOR COUNTY POLICE 6
January 26, 1972 HOSPITAL TO USE BOND MONEY FOR OPERATION 1
January 26, 1972 LINDQUIST, LOIS 14
January 26, 1972 SAUNDERS, ALLEN 14
January 26, 1972 REAL ESTATE SALES BOOM ON EAST SIDE 16
January 26, 1972 PRINCIPALS ADD SOCCER 24
January 26, 1972 SCOTT MAY BE ON SEATTLE CARD (SCOTT, FRASER) 26
January 26, 1972 SPEED LIMITS PROPOSED FOR SOME STREETS 6
January 26, 1972 OUR MILD CLIMATE! (PHOTOS OF EXCESS WATER) 1
January 26, 1972 MOTORISTS SHOW SUPER CAUTION 1
January 26, 1972 SNOW STOPS SEWER WORK 6
January 26, 1972 LAURA BIRNIE, GORDON LEE SMITH 19
January 26, 1972 JANECE HECKMAN, BRUCE NEYLAND 20
January 26, 1972 ELEIDA ABREGO, GARY PIERCE 20
February 9, 1972 JOHNSON, MR AND MRS RUSSELL 17
February 9, 1972 PARK FOUNTAIN WOULD BE FIRST PUBLIC ART 2
February 9, 1972 PAGES WERE 'NEAT' (FRICKLE, RUTH) 18
February 9, 1972 COOK'S CORNER (EGBERT, JOAN) 18
February 9, 1972 ADVENTISTS PLAN CHURCH DEDICATION CEREMONIES 14
February 9, 1972 ROMNEY, HUD SECRETARY, VISITS BREAKTHROUGH SITE 1
February 9, 1972 FOOD BANK NEEDS CANNED FOODS 1
February 9, 1972 SNOW FAILS TO HALT MARCHING MOTHERS 17
February 9, 1972 STUDENT ON SCHOOL BOARD MIGHT HELP, ASB LEADERS SAY 4
February 9, 1972 AGREEMENT BETWEEN TEACHERS, SCHOOL DISTRICT WAYLAID 6
February 9, 1972 LW STUDENTS ATTEND SEATTLE OPERA PRODUCTION 17
February 9, 1972 CYNTHIA ANN MARTINSON, MICHAEL SIPES 18
February 9, 1972 LINDA MOORE, KIP RAY JARDINE 18
February 9, 1972 ROCK CONCERTS RESURGING AT GOLD CREEK PARK DOME 2
February 9, 1972 HOUSE FIRE CAUSES $3200 DAMAGE (12617 NE 112TH) 2
February 9, 1972 CITY PRESSES FOR SALES TAX EXTENSION 2
February 9, 1972 PANEL ON SAFETY OF JHS PEDESTRIANS 16
February 9, 1972 REVOM TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 19
February 9, 1972 TOOL COMPANY DISTRIBUTOR IN KIRKLAND (ACKLEY HYDRAULIC TOOL CO) 19
February 9, 1972 DURKIN CHEMICALS MOVES TO PAR MAC PARK LOCATION 19
February 9, 1972 CITY ASKS BALLOT IN UNION DECISION 2
February 9, 1972 NLRB REPORT ON POST OFFICE NEAR 2
February 9, 1972 AGREEMENT BETWEEN TEACHERS, SCHOOL DISTRICT WAYLAID 6
February 9, 1972 KRISCHANO, MARIE 13
February 9, 1972 DONALDSON, BERTHA 13
February 9, 1972 HARBUCK, MIKE 13
February 9, 1972 SERGEANT, ESTHER 13
February 9, 1972 ANDERSON, RAE 13
February 9, 1972 VICK GOULD'S GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGN: THERE AIN'T NO SUCH THING AS A FREE LUNCH 1
February 9, 1972 NLRB REPORT ON POST OFFICE NEAR 2
February 9, 1972 JUANITA POOL PUBLIC USE BEGINS (PHOTO) 23
February 9, 1972 PARK FOUNTAIN WOULD BE FIRST PUBLIC ART 2
February 9, 1972 FOCUS ON CHURCHES BEGINS TODAY 1
February 9, 1972 ARE CHANGES IN COMMUNITY TOUCHING RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS 17
February 9, 1972 CITIZENS BLAST CITY, COUNTY OVER NE 112TH ST CONNECTION 2
February 9, 1972 INTERIM PARKING MEASURE IMPOSED ON LAKE BOULEVARD 14
February 9, 1972 SANDRA ALLEN, HARLEY ANDERS 18
February 16, 1972 STUDENTS TO PERFORM WITH SYMPHONY (GREGOR, NICKI / POTUZAK, MISCHA) 23
February 16, 1972 BANK NAMES NEW OFFICER (PAULSON, WILLIAM) 6
February 16, 1972 A HEART ATTACK? IT COULDN'T HAPPEN TO ME ... BUT IT DID (HENDRICKSON, GEORGE) 1
February 16, 1972 KIRKLAND YOUTH CITED FOR BRAVERY (THOMAS, BRUCE) 9
February 16, 1972 SALES THAT MAKE CENTS (HALL, CLARA) 21
February 16, 1972 STUDENTS TO PERFORM WITH SYMPHONY (GREGOR, NICKI / POTUZAK, MISCHA) 23
February 16, 1972 COOK'S CORNER (POTUZAK, CHET) 23
February 16, 1972 SPECIAL SECTION TO HERALD HOSPITAL'S GRAND OPENING 1
February 16, 1972 WEATHER POSTPONES HOSPITAL OPENING 1
February 16, 1972  STUDY RELEASED ON INDIVIDUAL FIELDS, CENTRAL COMPLEXES 27
February 16, 1972 SUPPORT IMPORTANT TO LAUNCH KIRKLAND COMMUNITY CENTER 16
February 16, 1972 PERMIT EXTENSION ASKED FOR PIER, APARTMENTS 9
February 16, 1972 FIVE HOMES TOP PERMITS FOR JANUARY 19
February 16, 1972 MONDAY SALES MARK HOLIDAY CELEBRATION 1
February 16, 1972 ALBERTSON'S ADOPTS 'OPEN CODE DATING' 6
February 16, 1972 NEW ZONING ORDINANCE WOULD RESCUE CITY FROM TWO CODES 2
February 16, 1972 34 APPLY FOR EVERY LWSD TEACHING VACANCY 8
February 16, 1972 LWEA BACKS STUDY ON SCHOOL PRIORITIES 8
February 16, 1972 PROJECT INTRODUCES STUDENTS TO WORLD OF WORK 18
February 16, 1972 FERN RAFFERTY, JOHN GILNO 21
February 16, 1972 DEBORAH ANN CLOUTER, GARY GRIFFITH 22
February 16, 1972 CATHERINE SHEEHAN, H DOYLE BURKETT 22
February 16, 1972 SHERYL SCHNEIDER, STEVEN J SMITH 22
February 16, 1972 VICTORIA DAHL, CRAIG PITTSON 22
February 16, 1972 NEW ZONING ORDINANCE WOULD RESCUE CITY FROM TWO CODES 2
February 16, 1972 CLINIC OFFERS PRESCHOOL VISION TESTING 19
February 16, 1972 PUBLIC MEETING WILL INVITE CITIZENS' VIEWS ON HEALTH 19
February 16, 1972 FREE IMMUNIZATION CLINIC AT KIRKLAND HEIGHTS 21
February 16, 1972 HEALTH SERVICES INCLUDE VENEREAL DISEASE CLINIC 28
February 16, 1972 PARK BOARD TO REVIEW HOUGHTON BEACH BIDS 8
February 16, 1972 REVOLUTIONARY DIESEL SHOWN (PHOTO AT REVOM) 6
February 16, 1972 LWEA BACKS STUDY ON SCHOOL PRIORITIES 8
February 16, 1972 PARK BOARD TO REVIEW HOUGHTON BEACH BIDS 8
February 16, 1972 KIRKLAND POLICE TIE IN TO COUNTY COMPUTER 1
February 16, 1972 SUSPECT CHARGED IN THEFT AT CLEANERS 8
February 16, 1972 JUANITA HEIGHTS HIT BY BURGLARS 8
February 16, 1972 BURGLARS ENTER TWO HOUSES ON SAME BLOCK 8
February 16, 1972 BURGLARS TAKE A-V EQUIPMENT 8
February 16, 1972 SPECIAL SECTION TO HERALD HOSPITAL'S GRAND OPENING 1
February 16, 1972 WEATHER POSTPONES HOSPITAL OPENING 1
February 16, 1972 VORIS, VERA 16
February 16, 1972 JAMES, MARIE 16
February 16, 1972 CORNWALL, LOU 16
February 16, 1972 HAUPT, MARTIN 16
February 16, 1972 GREEN, THELMA 16
February 16, 1972 TRETWOLD, FRED 16
February 16, 1972 PARK BOARD TO REVIEW HOUGHTON BEACH BIDS 8
February 16, 1972 FALL CITY PASSION PLAY OPENS SUNDAY 15
February 16, 1972 ASSOCIATE PASTOR INSTALLED (CLEGG, DOUGLAS G - ROSE HILL PRESBYTERIAN) 15
February 16, 1972 WHY DO MANY CHURCHES SEEK ISOLATION FROM COMMUNITY 21
February 16, 1972 ROAD CLEARED FOR EQUAL FREIGHT RATES 2
February 16, 1972 BIG DITCH UNDERWAY (PHOTO OF STORM SEWER WORK ON MARKET) 8
February 16, 1972 I-405 CONTRACT LET FOR INTERCHANGES 19
February 16, 1972 ADDITIONAL KIRKLAND SIGNS NOT POSSIBLE 8
February 16, 1972 BIG DITCH UNDERWAY (PHOTO OF STORM SEWER WORK ON MARKET) 8
February 16, 1972 WEATHER POSTPONES HOSPITAL OPENING 1
February 16, 1972 MAYE MCBRIDE, WILLIAM LEE OSKAM 22
February 16, 1972 LORI LESLIE, ROGER SCHLIESMAN 22
February 23, 1972 COUPLE TO HONOR 67TH ANNIVERSARY (ROSE, MR AND MRS LUTHER I) 19
February 23, 1972 COUPLE PERFORM WITH SEATTLE SYMPHONY (SOTER, DAVID & ERNA) 1
February 23, 1972 MARINA FOUNTAIN NEEDS $3200 FROM PUBLIC 13
February 23, 1972 COUPLE PERFORM WITH SEATTLE SYMPHONY (SOTER, DAVID & ERNA) 1
February 23, 1972 ART WARNER RECALLS SQUEEGEE SCREE AT CENTRAL SCHOOL 1
February 23, 1972 NEED A BI-LINGUAL WRESTLER? (TSUCHIDA, DEAN) 4
February 23, 1972 JAN REAPS HONORS WHEREVER SHE GOES (CLEMENS, JAN SODERSTROM) 17
February 23, 1972 FREEDOM HAS MEANING (MULLER, BRUNHILD) 20
February 23, 1972 COOKS; CORNER (EDSON, BARBARA) 20
February 23, 1972 PTA HONORS CHAMPION OF BOYS (SMITH, MEL) 20
February 23, 1972 PIONEER VIEWS PASSING SCENE FROM SEATTLE TO JUANITA (FLADLAND, AL) 26
February 23, 1972 REPORT ON CENTRAL SHUFFLING DUE MAR 6 6
February 23, 1972 TIRED OF NUMBERS? VISIT A G BELL 12
February 23, 1972 WHY IS FROSTY'S ALWAYS HAVING CELEBRATIONS? 11
February 23, 1972 3 PLATS ON HEARING AGENDA 7
February 23, 1972 ART WARNER RECALLS SQUEEGEE SCREE AT CENTRAL SCHOOL 1
February 23, 1972 HOW TO HELP JOHNNY READ - NEW ANSWERS TO OLD QUESTIONS 6
February 23, 1972 DICK AND JANE ARE EXTINCT 6
February 23, 1972 LWEA OKAYS AGREEMENT 6
February 23, 1972 REPORT ON CENTRAL SHUFFLING DUE MAR 6 6
February 23, 1972 SOILS MANAGEMENT CLASS TO BE OFFERED 6
February 23, 1972 TIRED OF NUMBERS? VISIT A G BELL 12
February 23, 1972 CHATTIE CATHIE TALKS TO KIDS AT SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER 18
February 23, 1972 MARY REID, GARY HALL 20
February 23, 1972 MEDIC I 'NO MIRACLE TRUCK,' NOT DUE SOON IN KIRKLAND 1
February 23, 1972 ART WARNER RECALLS SQUEEGEE SCREE AT CENTRAL SCHOOL 1
February 23, 1972 PIONEER VIEWS PASSING SCENE FROM SEATTLE TO JUANITA (FLADLAND, AL) 26
February 23, 1972 NEW RULES CRIMP HOUGHTON PARK PLAN 6
February 23, 1972 PIONEER VIEWS PASSING SCENE FROM SEATTLE TO JUANITA (FLADLAND, AL) 26
February 23, 1972 LWEA OKAYS AGREEMENT 6
February 23, 1972 NEW RULES CRIMP HOUGHTON PARK PLAN 6
February 23, 1972 NEW STATE COMMITTEE TO STUDY BOAT RAMPS 12
February 23, 1972 POLICE STOP BURGLARY, CAPTURE 2 SUSPECTS; BULLET WOUNDS YOUTH 1
February 23, 1972 DOOR-TO-DOOR BURGLAR CONFESSES 6
February 23, 1972 NEW STATEWIDE BAIL RATES FORCE RISE ON EAST SIDE 12
February 23, 1972 FOLKES, MELVIN 13
February 23, 1972 LEHMAN, MAX 13
February 23, 1972 HANNA, JOAN 13
February 23, 1972 STEEN, JOHN 13
February 23, 1972 PACK 564 HAS ANNIVERSARY 21
February 23, 1972 NEW RULES CRIMP HOUGHTON PARK PLAN 6
February 23, 1972 NEW STATE COMMITTEE TO STUDY BOAT RAMPS 12
February 23, 1972 MARINA FOUNTAIN NEEDS $3200 FROM PUBLIC 13
February 23, 1972 COUNSELING, OTHER ROLES, FORCE MINISTERS OUT OF THE PULPIT 19
February 23, 1972 NEW STATE COMMITTEE TO STUDY BOAT RAMPS 12
February 23, 1972 HOW WOULD TRANSIT WORK? 13
February 23, 1972 DETOUR ROUTE ESTABLISHED FOR CENTRAL WAY CONSTRUCTION DURATION (MAP) 4
February 23, 1972 BAY FREEWAY LOSS COULD BE CITY'S GAIN 4
February 23, 1972 COUNTY ROADS IN AREA MOVED UP TO '72 6
February 23, 1972 DENISE CHAUSSEE, DOUGLAS FRANZ 20
March 1, 1972 NORM'S OK TIRE - GRAND OPENING 7
March 1, 1972 GRAY SOOTHES OPERATIONAL PAINS OF EVERGREEN (GRAY, AL) 2A
March 1, 1972 CAROL HITCHINS COORDINATES NURSING 3A
March 1, 1972 DR MCKIBBEN APPOINTED CHIEF OF STAFF (MCKIBBEN, ERNEST JR) 5A
March 1, 1972 AFTER 38 YEARS, LOUIS SAND, 89, IS OUT OF A JOB (SANDS LUMBER CO) 1
March 1, 1972 HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR DESIGNS SKI (ALBRIGHT, SAM) 9
March 1, 1972 LW HOMEMAKER OF TOMORROW ANNOUNCED (JAHN, MARZ) 14
March 1, 1972 COOK'S CORNER (NICKLIN, LYNN) 14
March 1, 1972 CYCLISTS IN HIGH GEAR (SHATTUCK, DUSTIN) 22
March 1, 1972 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL - GRAND OPENING (SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT) 1A-8A
March 1, 1972 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL OPENS NEXT WEEK (PHOTOS) 1
March 1, 1972 A PROPOSED SOLUTION TO CENTRAL SCHOOL PROBLEM (LETTER TO EDITOR) 2
March 1, 1972 CENTRAL REPORT READY ON REDISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS 4
March 1, 1972 COMMITTEE TO ADVANCE CENTER 13
March 1, 1972 AFTER 38 YEARS, LOUIS SAND, 89, IS OUT OF A JOB (SANDS LUMBER CO) 1
March 1, 1972 SKAGGS CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING 9
March 1, 1972 NEW ANTIQUE SHOP OPENED (MEMORY SHOP) 9
March 1, 1972 CRASH KILLS BOTHELL GIRL (WALTERS, SHIRLEY MAE) 6
March 1, 1972 CHAIRMEN NAMED FOR CANCER CRUSADE DRIVE 19
March 1, 1972 SPECIFICS AIRED AT ZONING ORDINANCE HEARING 12
March 1, 1972 $6.6 MILLION LEVY FACES SCHOOL VOTERS; MAR 14 IS THE DAY 1
March 1, 1972 CENTRAL REPORT READY ON REDISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS 4
March 1, 1972 STUDENT ON STUDY-VOYAGE WITH WORLD CAMPUS AFLOAT (TABERM, RICHARD JR) 4
March 1, 1972 LWHS SCHOLARS ADVANCE TOWARD NATIONAL HONORS (RISMONDO, MIKE / TAYLOR, WES) 4
March 1, 1972 PARENTS MEET CHESTER, OTHER JUANITA PERSONALITIES 6
March 1, 1972 NEW PROGRAM HELPS STUDENTS EXPLORE JOBS 15
March 1, 1972 JUANITA PTA GIVES TWO ACORNS (BUCHER, LAVON / HEATH, CHUCK) 21
March 1, 1972 DEBORAH SWAP, RALPH BRINDLEY 22
March 1, 1972 MARILYN KAY MCKINSTRY, HOWARD EDWARD BRANDT 22
March 1, 1972 PROPOSED ORDINANCE DICTATES AMBULANCE, TRAINING 8
March 1, 1972 JONES, GILLELAND LAMENT FAILURE OF TAX REFORM 6
March 1, 1972 KIRKLAND: LAST IN HIGHWAY SIGNS, BUT FIRST IN TAX RATES 1
March 1, 1972 SPECIFICS AIRED AT ZONING ORDINANCE HEARING 12
March 1, 1972 PROPOSED ORDINANCE DICTATES AMBULANCE, TRAINING 8
March 1, 1972 KIRKLAND MUSEUM ITEMS WILL GO TO MARYMOOR 22
March 1, 1972 HOUGHTON BEACH DEVELOPMENT AUTHORIZED 6
March 1, 1972 POSTAL NEGOTIATIONS TERMED DELICATE - NEW GRIPES ARISE 4
March 1, 1972 HOUGHTON BEACH DEVELOPMENT AUTHORIZED 6
March 1, 1972 SHIPYARD PHASING OUT DUE AT END OF MARCH 1
March 1, 1972 3 ARRESTED IN COIN BURGLARY 6
March 1, 1972 BURGLARS STRIKE TWICE 6
March 1, 1972 REPEATERS ARE DISAPPOINTING, BUT MAJORITY PLEASING (DIMMICK, CAROLYN) 14
March 1, 1972 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL - GRAND OPENING (SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT) 1A-8A
March 1, 1972 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL OPENS NEXT WEEK (PHOTOS) 1
March 1, 1972 DELLINGER, WILLIS 8
March 1, 1972 JONES, DARRELL 8
March 1, 1972 RANDALL, GRACE 8
March 1, 1972 HOTCHKISS, WESLEY 8
March 1, 1972 CELESTINE, JOSEPH 8
March 1, 1972 ZEGKE, JOHN 8
March 1, 1972 GRAND, THOMAS 8
March 1, 1972 SMITH, EMMA 8
March 1, 1972 EAST SIDE ACLU FORMING 6
March 1, 1972 YES VOLUNTEERS HAVE NEW COORDINATOR (MERRILL, SUE) 19
March 1, 1972 POSTAL NEGOTIATIONS TERMED DELICATE - NEW GRIPES ARISE 4
March 1, 1972 HOUGHTON BEACH DEVELOPMENT AUTHORIZED 6
March 1, 1972 OLDER ADULTS' CENTER OPENS IN KIRKLAND 15
March 1, 1972 MANY CHANGES ARE BREWING - FROM GUITARS TO OPEN WAY 21
March 1, 1972 KIRKLAND PEDESTRIANS LAUDED 6
March 1, 1972 LOWER FREIGHT RATES EFFECTIVE THIS MONTH 9
March 1, 1972 QUESTIONS DELAY PROGRESS OF METRO TRANSIT 6
March 1, 1972 KIRKLAND: LAST IN HIGHWAY SIGNS, BUT FIRST IN TAX RATES 1
March 1, 1972 DETOUR ROUTE ESTABLISHED (MAP) 4
March 1, 1972 NO PARKING ON HIGHWAY TO REDMOND 8
March 1, 1972 DR LIVINGSTON, I PRESUME (CENTRAL WAY STORM SEWERS) 13
March 1, 1972 RAIN CAUSED SLIDE (PHOTO AT 5TH AVE S & LAKE ST S) 4
March 1, 1972 BETTY MARTINSON, DAN STORMO 22
March 1, 1972 LESLEY MURATA, RICHARD JOHNSTON 22
March 8, 1972 BANK OF KIRKLAND REELECTS LANHAM (LANHAM, LEE) 28
March 8, 1972 HER JOB FITS HER (LAWRENCE, JILL) 22
March 8, 1972 COOK'S CORNER (HAMILTON, ANN) 23
March 8, 1972 QUEENSGATE BAPTIST 10
March 8, 1972 RESTAURANTS SELL 'COFFEE DAY' BUTTONS TO HELP EASTER SEAL EFFORT 6
March 8, 1972 THE STEIN TO OPEN SKI SHOP MAR 15 28
March 8, 1972 RESTAURANTS SELL 'COFFEE DAY' BUTTONS TO HELP EASTER SEAL EFFORT 6
March 8, 1972 RHINELAND CARNIVAL GIVEN BY CHILDREN 4
March 8, 1972 LEVY BACKERS SEEM BETTER INFORMED - BUT EVERYONE CAN VOTE 1
March 8, 1972 FRAU CLAUSON: JUANITA TEACHER IS HELPING TO SHRINK THE WORLD (CLAUSON, ANNELIES) 1
March 8, 1972 LW SCHOOL LEVY ELECTION TUESDAY 1
March 8, 1972 LWHS DRAMA OPENS TONIGHT 4
March 8, 1972 SCHOOL BOARD CREATES PRIORITIES TASK FORCE 5
March 8, 1972 60 TEACHERS ATTEND JUANITA WORKSHOP 16
March 8, 1972 THERESA CULVER, LEE HARRIS 22
March 8, 1972 PLAYBARN OPENS 'PLAZA SUITE' 4
March 8, 1972 IF AMBULANCE SERVICE FOLDED, FIREMEN WOULD TAKE OVER 7
March 8, 1972 FILM PURCHASED FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT 7
March 8, 1972 PUNCHCARD VOTING TO BE USED TUESDAY 5
March 8, 1972 COUNCIL BRIEFS: CITY'S 60TH ST CROSSING POSITION REAFFIRMED 4
March 8, 1972 CITY DISBURSES $6 MILLION ... BUDGET WAS $2 MILLION 6
March 8, 1972 EVERYTHING EAST OF 405: GROUP SEEKS SECESSION FROM COUNTY 1
March 8, 1972 MEDIC 1 ISN'T FEASIBLE HERE 7
March 8, 1972 IF AMBULANCE SERVICE FOLDED, FIREMEN WOULD TAKE OVER 7
March 8, 1972 RECEPTION COMMEMORATES MERGER OF TWO MUSEUMS 22
March 8, 1972 FLOODS SHUT OFF KIRKLAND POLICE; REDMOND FILLS IN 1
March 8, 1972 VANDALS BREAK INTO FOUR LW SCHOOLS 5
March 8, 1972 BURGLARS ACTIVE IN COUNTY 5
March 8, 1972 BURGLARS HIT A&W AGAIN 5
March 8, 1972 BURGLARS TAKE STEREO SET 16
March 8, 1972 WILLIAMS, LOUISE 16
March 8, 1972 IVERSON, HENRY 16
March 8, 1972 MCKINNEY, LUTTIE 16
March 8, 1972 SCHMELZER, HENRY 16
March 8, 1972 BROWN, DEELA 16
March 8, 1972 AUSTIN, GENE 16
March 8, 1972 BURDEN, LARRY 16
March 8, 1972 LENTINI, ROBERT 16
March 8, 1972 VAN HOUSE, JULIA 16
March 8, 1972 ROBINSON, CHRISTOPHER 16
March 8, 1972 SCOTT'S SPEED KEY IN BOXING VICTORY (SCOTT, FRASER) 27
March 8, 1972 FOUNTAIN DONATIONS AT $850 IN FIRST WEEK 22
March 8, 1972 WOMEN ARE MOVING OUT OF KITCHEN, BUT NOT INTO LEADERSHIP 21
March 8, 1972 COUNCIL BRIEFS: CITY'S 60TH ST CROSSING POSITION REAFFIRMED 4
March 8, 1972 CITY'S 72-INCH STORM SEWER PUT INTO EARLY USE 6
March 8, 1972 FLOODS SHUT OFF KIRKLAND POLICE; REDMOND FILLS IN 1
March 8, 1972 CITY'S 72-INCH STORM SEWER PUT INTO EARLY USE 6
March 8, 1972 OMA GRANGER, RICHARD MADSEN 22
March 8, 1972 ELIZABETH KNUDSON, JOSEPH WAGONER 22
March 15, 1972 CONTRIBUTIONS COULD ASSURE MARINA FOUNTAIN BY SUMMER 20
March 15, 1972 HOW DID BUILDER OF OCEAN-GOING BOATS LAND IN REDMOND (RAWSON, RON) 21
March 15, 1972 COOK'S CORNER (BURNETT, DOROTHY) 27
March 15, 1972 U.S. MUCH BETTER THAN EXPECTED (EVERS, DIERK) 32
March 15, 1972 FIRST BABY BORN AT EVERGREEN HOSPITAL (JEROME, JOSEPH MICHAEL) 8
March 15, 1972 CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON NEW EVERGREEN MEDICAL BUILDING