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Pttge 10-Pdrt Angel** Evening News, Sunday, April 21, 1968 BEFORE AND AFTER — In the top plrturo the education hiiilrJinti' of First Baptist Church at Sixth and Laurel streets Is shown prior to HIP st:irt ol demolition work to make way for a new church addition. Thp bottom picture .slio.vs the building after the top floor was torn off Thursday morning. — Evening News photos. Neah Bay News James Cook, correspondent—645-2253 Firemen's cage team places third TRIBAL COUNCIL MEMBER SWORN Eugene Parker, left; Judge Norman Greene Eugene Parker sworn in as council member NEAH BAY — The Parker family held a Joint party for Mrs. Julie McGlmpsey on her birthday and for Eugene Parker for being appointed lo the Ma- kah Tribal Council. The tribal council was invited and all at. tended except Joseph Lawrence, Jr. Luke Marklshtum, acting council chairman, expressed pride In the choice of Parker for the council, adding, "The Parker family Is a large and prominent family." Henry Wachendorf, council member, said, "Pm very glad to have Gene in the council. I'm sure he Is going to be of help." Edward Claplanhou, council member, commented, "There is one thing I like to do as a councilman — I like to listen to our older members because of their wisdom. We are one of the leading tribes In advancement. We have the council; we have the working force WP need. I know we will go forward." I'arkor, In his response, said: "Like anyone else that starts from the bottom, Pm ; ;olni', to look for nn experienced person that gets good results. If I can help them or assist them in any way, they are the ones I'm going to associate with." Attending were Tom Parker, John Parker, David Parker and son, David Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. James MoClmnsey and sons John, Jim, Jprald and Joe, and daughter, Mrs. Julie Andrews, James Cook Jr., Mrs. I.eo Charles and son I.eo Jr., Mrs. Dell Grepne and daughter Kv- llyn, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Akin and sons Gre^ and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Terrence Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Kugenp Parker and children Mike and Maria, Mrs. Leonard Dennoy and children Lynn, Dale, Leonard Jr. and Melnnpe, Mr. and Mrs. Klcli- ard Scott and daughter; Mrs. Mildred Ides and lier SMI who Is home from Vietnam, Aaron i'arker; John Goodwin, Sheryll Gross and Margaret HI ick. NIC AM BAY — Tho Noah Buy Fireiiinn's basketball team tniv. elod to Seattle tho weekend of April n-Vl for an all. Indian bus- kolball tournament, at which the Sealtlo Road Runners and T. Birds were co.hosts. Charles Davis and Ronald Johnson, both formerly of Noah Bay, wore tourney managers, '['hero were \\i teams represented. Noah Bay ended up In third place. The sportsmanship trophy wont to Brownstowii, Wash. Most valuable player t rophy went lo Mlko Jordon of Iho Seattle Hoad Runners. Tho all star teams consisted of Dale Johnson, Luke Marklsh- tum, III of Noah Bay; Charles Davis, Seattle T. Birds (formerly of Noah Bay); Satoh Milks, Mlko Clemmons of Warm Springs, Ore., James Mack, De- Me rile Lyle of the Tacoma Bucks, Mr. Larllon, Grays Harbor T. Birds, Ronald Johnson (formerly of Neah Bay), Mike Jordon, of Seattle Roivd Runners, Dale Jones Tulalip and Clayton Anderson, Tacontt Bucks. Tho previous weekend, the Noah Day i'Mremen's team won tho sportsmanship trophy, and placed in the No. 5 sir>t. SPECIAL PAPER DELIVERY If you live inside the cUy and your Evening News Is not dellvewd by 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, telephone 4522345 between 5 and 6 p.m, for special delivery service, or between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. the following day. Call between 7^30 and 8:30 a.m. Sundays. THERE IS A CLASSIFIED TEU- PHONf IN YOUR AREA: In Port Amptet 452-2345 In Sequim In P». towntend 100 Real Estate 100 Rtal Eitate 100 Real Estate 100 Real Estate ALDWELL & WENNER CO. CTDAIT Ectahlithftri xSSbk. ^ I NHl I of Juan de Fuca REALTY 604 E. Front 457-9421 Since 1890 114 E. First St. Phone 451-3388 Lorraine Ross Jeanette Woodruff Agnes T, Sannes William C. Dodds 457-7506 457-3234 452-9138 457-3601 J. LYLE BEAM INC. Loan program explained at recent council meet NEAH BAY — A Bureau of Indian Affairs loan program was explained at a recent Makah Tribal Council meeting by the credit agent of the Western Washington Indian Agency office in Everett. Loans are made to the tribe and the money is re.lent to tribal members Interested In going Into business, the spokesman said. He suggested the tribal council might Investigate the matter further if it Is in. terested. Wilbur Tandy, business con. sultant for the tribe, has asked the council to act <ni possible purchase of towers lipliii 1 . of. fered for sain by tlir- ROVCTII. ment at the old !•' A \ si it Ion near Neah Buy. HP siitfi'.esled they could be used to improve radio and television reception. A representative of the American Friends Service fom- raittee, Charles McF.vers, spoke on that organization's program for Indians, particularly In the educational field. The council observed a minute of silence In honor of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther Kin». Jr. 100 turn out for egg hunt In forks 683-4154 385-29*5 385-2335 374-5082 Subscriptions BY CARRIER $1.75 Per Month Dial 452-2345 ATTENTION If your ad appears Incorrectly, notify us Immediately. We accept the responsibility for one Incorrect Insertion only. We reserve the right to revise or reject any advertisement. cr.A.ssn- IKIJ DKADI.IXK.S: NEWER AND MODERN—3 bed. rooms on 1 near the HighSchool among all new homes. This delightful place has everything you could want Including carpeting, drapes, some furniture and a gorgeous fenced yard for sum. mer entertaining. Available very soon. Shown by appoint, ment, $17,900. SPECTACULAR Bluff Building Site - approximately 2 full lots out of 3. $6500. Make us a pass on the white 2 bedroom house, NW corner of llth & C. We're ask'ng $7000 on contract and would certainly entertain your offer. OWNER SEZ SELL! and reduced price to $16,600 for his warm and friendly 3-bedroom on iVa acres. 1C minutes from Port Angeles and a FANTABULOUS view. EASY TO BUY WITH IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!—Newer 3 bedroom home. Hotwater baseboard heat, fireplace, attached workshop and garage only $2,000 down on contract. CHOICE LOT B SOLD isons Ranch Bob Kit/- Astrld Fredrlksen Bob RLckahaugh Jim ;iucklns for Similay Mcini|;iy Tui>»l;iy Wi'dnesilay Thursday Friday Is H li.in. [• rlday 12 noun baturdity 2 ji.m. Monday 2 p.m. Tui'sday 2 p.m. Wednesday 2 p.m. Thursday CI.ASHII- Ii:D ni.sr,l.AY DKADI.INKS: for Sunday Monday Tiiusd.iy Wifdiit'S'l.'iy Thur.vl.iy r'rtil.py 's r > p. in, Thursday "i p.m. Friday 12 Noon Saturday n p.m. Monday Ti p.m. Tuesday 5p.m. Wi-diiusday DISPLAY HATKS AVAIL MILK UPON HI.' U: -.T C'unl "f thanks am' Mrs. honored at baby shower NKAH KAY — A baby shower was held In honor of Mrs. Bender Johnson, Jr. at the Neah Day Community Hall April R with about .10 ladles attending. Mrs. Linda Scott won the door prl'/.e, and Mrs. Irene Ward won (lie table prize. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. Rose Moore, Mrs. Vlek! Ward, Mrs. Kllnor Ward, Mrs. Trudy Ward and Mrs. Neah Jarrctt. Yakimas vote to halt river fishing roiiTI. \N1> (AT) I II t? Bureau of Indian Affairs reports thai the Yak'ma Indian tribe— and possibly the Urn itllla tribe - havp voted to halt salmon flsti'iiK In the Columbia River frmii April 10 to 20. The Indians s.ild they would stop if commercial and sports flshlni'. is also halted by tho Oregon r'lsh Commission and the Washington Pepartment of Fisheries. ('oiumerclal fishermen agreed with (he Indians, but there was no indication Friday from the two state fishery agen- cles that they planned to halt sports fishing for salmon on the river. The sprlni 1 . chlnouk salmon niu Is believed to be in danger because of the lowered river level caused by the John Day Dam closure and the Heavy In. dian fishing. pur line per 'la. 1 , . . . .Ailil 20c per ;tij wliLM. Lot p;ud on flr.^t Jay <>t puliUc.itl'in. A Is accuptwl liy li'U'plKinu fmiii clnliain ami .K'ffiTson Cniiii'.li'.s. "iOr SPI vlcu chari;i. foi lillnrl ads. AD HATI-S AND CIASSIIIKD INFORMATION Days Per Line 1 50c 2 3Gc 3 29c 4 24c 5 20c 6-11 17c 12-19 Ific Monthly I2c ABSOUWIY NO AfWVI/UIONS $1 .00 Minimum Charge LEGAL PUBLICATION 42108 NOT 1CK OF CLOSING OK KKGKTKATION BOOKS NOTICK K riKKKHY GFVbiN that tho registration hooks in tlip following products in Clul- liim County will bo closed lo permanent registration on and after April 28, 1908, and shall remain closed until after the Capo Flattery School District No. 401 Special Klpc.tio.i to bo hold Tuesday. May 28, 10(38- Tho last day voter's may register in the Clallam County Auditor's Office for the above election will be at the close of business April 2C, 1908, In '.my place of registration which IT- malns open on Saturday, the lust day to register will be Saturday, April 27, 19G8: HF.AVF.K CLALLAM CLALLAMBAY HOKO NKAH HAY ALICF, e.THOn'NK C'laUani County Auditor Publish: April 21, IOCS. preach .more people ...thru the WANTAK NEAH BAY — Approximately 100 children turned out for the Eafcter egg hunt at the Makah Center on Easter Day. The event sponso/ed by the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary. M. C. for the affair was Harry Me- Carty, Jr. The eggs were do. nated by the tribe. There were many games played in the Cen. ter Gym, Prizes were won by Melonee Denney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Denftey, and Greg Akin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Akin, Jr. 457-0717 457-6321 457-G488 407-9040 C. RAY ELLIOTT & ASSOC. SEQUIM 683-5655 457-8050 1. Brand new with double view — All electric,'trl-level— Very large living room with stone fire, place. Separate dining room, birch cabinet kitchen with electric range, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, breakfast room, family room, utility room. Entrance hall — Wall to wall carpets. 4-bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage. $31,700. 2. Large 2 bedroom home on bus stop. Good Mountain and marine view. Nice yard develop, ment with patio and outside fireplace. $10,200 terms. 3. Meadowlark singing on a rail fence and the rippling waters of the Dungeness River will hook you for sure at this spring par- adlse where you can catch steelhead in your own backyard. This and an ultra-modern, 2-bedroom, all electric home for only $18,500. 4. Over 1 acre of rich garden soil, just west of Sequim onpav. ed county road. 3 bedroom typical farm house with garage, shop and guest cabin. $14,500. trailer lots with utilities at 535 4th Ave. Gales Addition Owner, P. 0. Box 126, P.A. CHOICE OF TWO neat and tidy 2 bedroom homes with that well-groomed look, under $15,000. SUNRISE HEIGHTS — Cozy and immaculate 3 bedroom with all appliances. In the most desirable area. $14,000. HOSPITAL DISTRICT 3 bedroom, electric heat wlthattrac- five paneling. $9,600. ALPINE REALTY CO. 1215 E. 1st 452-2305 FORKS BRANCH374-6292 REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS « Where fog Actjon j s » 1. Another new Ustlng above boulevard. Custom built with all the goodies you could imagine including recrea. tlon room, and deluxe shop. Beautifully landscaped and double view, $31,900. 2. Good solid Pine Hill modern 3-bedroom bungalow jvlth extra large shop and garage, $16,900. 3. Good level lot. Ideal for trailer site, $995. 4. $9,750 FHA appraisal on this spotless 2-bedroom home. Room for expansion. Second floor and basement. iy z lots, beautifully landscaped. Garden, fruit and garage. 5. Can you imagine! A furnished ;2-bedroom home, electric heat, small basement and garage. $7,500. 6. Executive's ranch home in exclusive neighborhood. All the fine features for luxury living. $28,500. T. Thinking of selling, buying or maybe a trade? May I suggest you call us. I'm sure you'll find our years of experience to be superb. Confidential analysis of your Property at your convenience. No obligation. 8. 3 acres secluded wooded tracts. $200 down. 9. Four Seasons Ranch lots — From $2,500 and up. REALTORS 215 N. Laurel West side — 4 bedroom older home, good condition. Upstairs needs some repair, large garage and many other good features. $10,800. 2 bedroom home with over 1/2 acre land. Good business 'loca- tlon, Highway 10! east. J. LYLE BEAM Call Pat Pane 457-7422 Evenings: Don Lang 457*3459 Pat Fane 457-4519 H.H.VANBROCKJJN REALTOR/ 126 W. First 457-5641 READY TO MOVE INTO: 2 bed. rooms, large llvingroom with view of Strait. Oil furnace and fireplace for good heat. $10,900 INVESTMENT PROPERTY: 2 one bedroom homes, one already rented permanently. The other ready for renter. $7,500 or will sell each separately at fair market prices. GOOD FAMILY HOME; Newly painted inside throughout and ready to move In. 3 bedrooms, large living room, large dining and kitchen combination. Nicely landscaped lot at $11,500. Ed Fitzgerald Van Brocklln 457.7344 457-6792 106 N. Lincoln 457.3349 EVENINGS: Natalie Kennedy 457-3628 F rank Hedwall 4 5 7- 92 93 Gene E. Burdick 683-4043 Ethel LaRue 457-9639 FORKS BRANCH PatTlerney 374-5375 Shirley Lotzgesell 457-9167 Betty Moffett 457-3811 Gene Case 457.7176 Blng Hiserote 457-3422 Les Negstad 452.2304 Nikkl Klahn 374-5529 CARROLL REALTY INC. Evenings Call; Lora Damron .-457-4002 Mary Ullstrom 457-8251 John Hyden 457-7068 Fran Perry '457-5697 Bette Klrschner 457-4293 r> lots in Gales Addition. Between 3rd and Fourth on I'eccti. Evening News. Box775. Lovely 3 bedroom home. Excel* lent location, fenced yard. Covered patio and small greenhouse. Shown by appointment, 457-3804. By owner: Large 4-bedrooni, l'/2 ha Mis, wash room and mud room. Large dining area, 2 fireplaces, entrance closet. All electric heat, Vent-a-Hood Brand new, but not quite fin. Ished, Buy now and pick some colors and finishing details. $18,500. 452-2528. A guest house, private patio, Franklin stove in family room In this charming 2 bedroom home south of Boulevard — Now $16,500. , Heart O' Hills hideaway, overlooking Lake Dawn, comfortable 2Va bedroom log home with rustic fireplace — $19,500 — Terms. Here's a real buy for a handyman with a growing family. Spacious older home — 4 bedrooms — Big kitchen — Family dining room — Good neighborhood. $8,500. 5 level lots with mountain view — $4,500. Well kept 2 bedroom home, close todowntown— $9,500. Selling like hotcakes! Beautiful wooded lots at Maple Haven 7 miles west of Sappho near state launching site on Sol Due. Start at $1,800 — Salesmen on site April 28 starting at 11 a.m. 103 West Front—Phone 457.3363 Opal S. Mclaughlin, Broker—Loans and Appraisals 5 view lots — trailers permit, ted. 457-4830. Home or acreage hy owner. Write h'venlng News Box 175. 2 Bedroom 52fl W. 7th, $4200. Closing costs down, $00 a month. Phone Bremerton collect, 373-7511. Lovely home for sale. Split level 3-bedroom, with hreezeway and double garage. 2'/a-acre wooded setting, secluded, with view. Minutes from city cen. ter on Golf Course Koad. A sieal nt $20,800. Telephone 4157-8810 for appointment, 12' x GO' Van Dyke, situated on 80' x 100' lot. Furnished, Util. itles In. 457-6212. 99 Real E state Wanted 2 cleared level lots with mountain view. 457-8883. By owner: Small, neat 2 l>ed- room. Mountain and marine view. Fruit trees, berries and flowers. Electric heat, fully carpeted. No encumbrances. $11,000. Shown by appointment only. 335 E. 12th. 457-5503. 2 acres with 2 bedroom house. 452.2510. By owner: Lovely 3-bedroom home at 4-Seasons Ranch, I 1 /? tile baths, large family room Built In stove, oven and dish* washer. Stone fireplace In living room with 2 - way view. Golf course, swimming pool, beach, horse trails, all com* munity advantages. Phone 457-4931 or 457-6442. Lovely 3 bedroom older home In Sunrise Heights. Fireplace, Close in. Neat, clean 2 bedroom home. Wall to wall car. pet, 2-car garage. Owner will carry contract, $12,000. Several business opportunities, Downtown business lots. 3-bedroom home, large barn, creek and pond on40acres. Pub- He water, $45,000 Terms. ACREAGE — VIEW LOTS — BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Tom Donahue 457-8256 Larry Watson 457-3349 BUZARD REALTY 622 East Front 457-3935 or 457-9011 W.L. Buzard, Broker 2-Bed room close to town, 2/3 acre, water and mountain view. Owner will FHA. $10,500. 1,600 ft. of Sol Due frontage, 35 acres. Fronts 300 feet on Highway 101. Excellent resort site. $35,000. 4-Bedroom, water view. $17,500. C. S. Nygaard 452-9442 Betty Ketchum 452-2435 OLYMPIC HOME SALES 1121 East First Street 457-6762 5 view lots — Trailers mltted. 457-4830. Per- In Sequim: Not a floor to scrub or wax! Wall to wall carpe*Ing In every room. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Dishwasher, stove, refrigerator and garbage disposal, plus all new drapes. Huge, unfinished rec room. Laree corner lot.Walk. Ing distance to town. Home only 5 months old. Owner leaving and must sell. Available June 1. $24.000. Call 6835737. Clean 3-bedroom, with utility and dinette on one floor In Sunrise Heights area. Fenced yard. Cash equity $2,800 and assume FHA 5% per cent loan. Phone 457-4313. ACHKAGF WANTED Dork's Land Company needs improved or unimproved land, any size from 5 to 1,000 acres, for willing and able buyers. GET IT SOLD Market your Property through a sales Program 'hat Is de- WANTED ACREAGE, signed for action that produces results. Call ATwater 3-1696 or write giving Information and terms to; IXiCK'S L^NP COMPANY 1525 Taylor Avenue North 98109 kitchen, basement, fenced yard. By owner. 1121 E. 3rd. Call for appointment, 4575459. View lots, 75 x 150, above Vlewcrest, 452-2221. 3 bedroom, 1 acre, fireplace, workshop. Cash equity. As. sume FHA 5'/4 per cent loan. 457-6017. Beautiful 4 bedroom home. Full daylight basement, view of Strait. 2917 Oakcrest Way. Call for appointment, 457. 8133. 20 Acres near Joyce with Creek through one corner. $11,500 Good Terms. Large level lot w'th 3 bedroom Mobile Home and additional rooms for lots of storage; a good spot for a gardener. $9,. 800. Sloping view lot in desirable neighborhood with assessments all in and paid. $3500 Marj Jones Helen Gau R.H. Scanlan Liz Van Brocklln 457.5480 452-2748 452-9423 457.6762 UNIlED FARM AC.LNC Y OF POI 451-5618 iNGELES 525 E. 8th Seattle, Washington ENVOY - George C. McGhee, 56-year-old current ambassador to West Germany will swap jobs with Henry Cabot Lodge and become President Johnson's special envoy. Private party wants moderate, priced home-Jefferson School — We wish to purchase a large tract of land somewhere on the Olympic Peninsula in Port Town* send — Port Angeles area or west End. Please reply giving legal dlscrlptlon, acreage, terrain, Price, terms desired, access, etc. Bob Drohman, Rt, 6, Box 6360 Gig Harbor, Wash, Phone 26 5-2188. District. Cash, If reasonable. 457-3200. 2 bedroom, small yard, near city center. Low price. Write Box 200, Evening News. View lot 50 x 140, assessments paid. East side. 457-8803. Clean 2-bedroom home wlthelec. trie heat on dead end paved street, 457.5124. Owner, big living room, fire, place, 2 bedroom plus 3rd bedroom * den combination. 1430 E. 3rd, 457.7356. LAND LAND LAND CRAWFORD & CONOVER, INC. The oldest Real Estate Com. pany In the Northwest which has been selling land to people all over the world by mall, telephone, telegraph, etc., finds Itself In-need of list, ings to take care of its hungry customers. SO! I you want to list where the action Is — call George Marshall, Sequlra, 683-4151; Dale Taylor, Port Townsend, 385.2505 or 385.3037. CRAWFORD & CONOVER, INC. "Since 1888" •Rt. 2, Sunland, Sequim, Wash. No. 391—WATER AND MOUN. TAIN VIEW. Beautiful building Lot, Fine Location. $3,000. No. 373—$500 DOWN. Buys this neat 2.Bedroom Home. Pleas* ing Lot with view. Garage and Workshop. Full price $5900. No. 399—10 ACRES.Fully wooded, good accessabllity. Ready now for building, camp ing and*>r investing. Just $6250. No. 281—NEAT FARM. 10 AC. RES, 8 Cleared. 3-Bedroom Con. temporary Ranch Home. Garage- Barn and Out-buildings.$21,800. LIST WITH UNITED AND SELL Doris Charest 457.6192 Jim Connell 452.9360 Jerry Reid 452-2872 Darrel Vincent 457.3232 Ernie Main 457-7994 Chet Alexander 457-6581

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