TOLLEFSON, OTTO A22 OBITUARIES 1/30/1974 CURTIS, DONALD SR A22 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 1/30/1974 ES WOMEN'S GROUP BACKS CHILD PLACING AGENCY B1 EDUCATION 2/6/1974 SCHOOL BOARD ADDS MONTHLY MEETING A4 EDUCATION 2/6/1974 BOARD RAPS LEGISLATORS ON NEGOTIATIONS BILL A4 BIOGRAPHIES 2/6/1974 POLITICS SECOND TO PEOPLE B1 BIOGRAPHIES 2/6/1974 COOK'S CORNER (STEWART, DOROTHY) B2 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 2/6/1974 HEARINGS SCHEDULED ON DISTRICT STUDENT HOUSING FOR 1974-75 A4 EDUCATION 2/6/1974 EAST SIDERS DECRY 'POWER PLAY' ON NEGOTIATIONS A1 EDUCATION 2/6/1974 BENNETT READING REVOLUTION WITHOUT COMPUTER A20 EDUCATION 2/6/1974 TEACHER INTERNS START WORK IN LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS A20 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/6/1974 WINDOWS BROKEN, VEHICLE BURNED AT STORAGE YARD B4 LABOR UNIONS 2/6/1974 EAST SIDERS DECRY 'POWER PLAY' ON NEGOTIATIONS A1 ENGAGEMENTS 2/6/1974 CYNTHIA LEE REILLY, TIMOTHY HUPPERT B1 ENGAGEMENTS 2/6/1974 PATRICIA RICE, WILLIAM CLOKE B1 MEDICINE 2/6/1974 HOSPITALS SHOULD PROVIDE MEDIC I SERVICE, FIRE CHIEFS SAY A3 MEDICINE 2/6/1974 PETITIONS SEEK REINSTATEMENT OF MEDIC I A8 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/6/1974 JUVENILE CRIME: CAN EAST SIDE HANDLE ITS OWN? A2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/6/1974 VANDALS HIT KIRKLAND B4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/6/1974 BURGLARS ACTIVE IN KIRKLAND B4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/6/1974 CRIMINALS BUSY AT JUANITA BEACH, EL DORADO LAST WEEK B4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/6/1974 POLICE ARREST TWO IN CASE B4 MEDICINE 2/6/1974 MENTAL HEALTH CENTER GEARS FOR CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM B1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/6/1974 NO INJURY IN SHOOTING THROUGH CONDOMINIUM B4 GOVERNMENT, CITY 2/6/1974 KIRKLAND BOARDS BEGIN STUDY OF LOCAL MASTER WATERFRONT PLAN A1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 2/6/1974 KIRKLAND BOARDS BEGIN STUDY OF LOCAL MASTER WATERFRONT PLAN A1 OBITUARIES 2/6/1974 CARLSON, JOHN A6 OBITUARIES 2/6/1974 OTT, KIMBERLY A6 OBITUARIES 2/6/1974 STEMERICK, BESSIE A6 OBITUARIES 2/6/1974 TOZELAND, OLIVE A6 OBITUARIES 2/6/1974 FEICKERT, CONRAD A6 OBITUARIES 2/6/1974 ROSE, NADJA A6 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 2/6/1974 TWO MEETINGS FOCUS ON KIRKLAND CITY PARKS A8 OBITUARIES 2/6/1974 MURPHY, JOHN L A6 ADS 2/13/1974 KIRKLAND FURNITURE - GRAND OPENING A24 EDUCATION 2/13/1974 CAC HEARS REPORT ON YEAR ROUND SCHOOL A4 EDUCATION 2/13/1974 CAN I HAVE YOUR AUTOGRAPH, PLEASE (WOJIECHOWSKA, MAIA) A1 EDUCATION 2/13/1974 SANDY HILL, YOU'RE IN FOR SOME COMPETITION (STUDENT RADIO) A9 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 2/13/1974 SALE OF KIRKLAND CANNERY HEADED FOR MAR 4HEARING A13 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 2/13/1974 SOME OLD BUILDINGS WON'T GIVE UP A21 EDUCATION 2/13/1974 STUDENTS BECOME TEACHERS THROUGH PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS A7 EDUCATION 2/13/1974 ELECTION'S OVER: 'WHAT IF WE'D DONE IT THIS WAY' BEGINS A4 EDUCATION 2/13/1974 PUBLIC MEETS ON STUDENT HOUSING A4 EDUCATION 2/13/1974 LWSD VOTERS PASS $7.2 MILLION LEVY A1 DEVELOPMENT 2/13/1974 RAW CUTS IN LANDSCAPES NO WAY TO BUILD (WICK HOMES) C4 CANNERY 2/13/1974 SALE OF KIRKLAND CANNERY HEADED FOR MAR 4HEARING A13 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 2/13/1974 GRAND OPENING (PHOTO AT KIRKLAND FURNITURE) C4 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 2/13/1974 MINI-WAREHOUSES PLANNED FOR NORTHUP WAY C4 BIOGRAPHIES 2/13/1974 'ONE YEAR WILL BE ENOUGH,' SAYS CRUISING COUPLE (MUSSER, JIM & KAREN) A8 BIOGRAPHIES 2/13/1974 COOK'S CORNER (HARRIS, VIRGINIA) A8 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/13/1974 BURGLARS MAKE BIG HAULS ON ROSE HILL A9 HEALTH, PUBLIC 2/13/1974 FIRE CHIEF, DOCTOR DISCUSS MEDIC I, HOSPITALS, COUNTY A1 HEALTH, PUBLIC 2/13/1974 HEART FUND SUPPORTS TRAINING A10 FIRE PROTECTION 2/13/1974 RETENTION OF 3 KIRKLAND FIREMEN OKAYED A13 MEDIA 2/13/1974 SANDY HILL, YOU'RE IN FOR SOME COMPETITION (STUDENT RADIO) A9 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/13/1974 KIRKLAND BURGLARY SUSPECT SURRENDERS A12 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/13/1974 MAN ARRESTED FOR OBSTRUCTING FIREMEN A11 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/13/1974 WINDSOR VISTA MAN ARRESTED A10 MEDICINE 2/13/1974 VOLUNTEERS MAKE LIFE BRIGHTER FOR PATIENTS, STAFF A7 OBITUARIES 2/13/1974 RIGGS, MARION A11 OBITUARIES 2/13/1974 PINNELL, ALBERT A11 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 2/13/1974 SCOUT EARNS EAGLE RANK (SHAW, SCOTT) A13 OBITUARIES 2/13/1974 HAMER, SUSAN A11 POST OFFICE 2/13/1974 POST OFFICE IS OUTGROWN (KAISER, LINC) A7 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 2/13/1974 HISTORIAN VISITS WAWONA A3 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 2/13/1974 LEAGUE GOES TO COMMUNITY FOR SUPPORT A8 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 2/13/1974 SIMONDS RESIDENTS WIN COMPROMISE A10 RECREATION AND SPORTS 2/13/1974 LOCAL YOUTH WINS BOXING TOURNAMENT (SPURR, JOHN) A21 PRESS 2/13/1974 HOME-DELIVERY RATE TO RISE A1 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 2/13/1974 PUBLIC COMMENT ASKED TONIGHT ON KIRK PARK A1 WEDDINGS 2/20/1974 JOY BURNS, CRAIG CASKEY A8 WEDDINGS 2/20/1974 CHERI EGBERT, KEVIN DOYLE A8 WEDDINGS 2/20/1974 SHARON BRUSO, JAMES SCOTT A8 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 2/20/1974 OWNER TIRED OF PLAYING SIMON SAYS (GAS SHORTAGE) A1 BIOGRAPHIES 2/20/1974 COOK'S CORNER (AWBREY, LORI / SLOANE, LINDA) A9 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 2/20/1974 FLAVOR IS MEXICAN AT HAPPY DAY TACO B1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 2/20/1974 LAKE WASHINGTON VIEW FEATURED AT FOGHORN B1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 2/20/1974 HOME-COOKED TOUCH POP'S SPECIALTY B1 BIOGRAPHIES 2/20/1974 SO THIS IS A COMMUNITY RESOURCE PERSON! (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SCHOOL) C1 EDUCATION 2/20/1974 CARS PRESENTED TO VOC-TECH (PHOTO) A1 BIOGRAPHIES 2/20/1974 STUDENT TALENT 'UP FRONT' (TORNFELT, BOB / HARDIN, CHRIS) A8 BIOGRAPHIES 2/20/1974 THE QUEEN (PHOTO OF KENNEDY, KATHRYN) A13 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 2/20/1974 CONDOMINIUM GOES TO COUNCIL WITH RECOMMENDATION A2 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 2/20/1974 CONDOMINIUM PROPOSED FOR JUANITA BAY A1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 2/20/1974 CANTONESE CUISINE AT MING PALACE B1 MEDICINE 2/20/1974 TEAM AIDS CARDIAC PATIENTS A21 LABOR UNIONS 2/20/1974 GENERAL TELEPHONE STRIKE OVER A14 ENTERTAINMENT 2/20/1974 CONCERT TO TAKE 'MUSIC FOR FUN' CUE A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/20/1974 TIRES, RIMS TAKEN FROM CAR A2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/20/1974 GAS SIPHONED, SEATS TAKEN A15 ENGAGEMENTS 2/20/1974 DEBORAH ANN HEITLAUF, BRIAN REILLY A8 MEDICINE 2/20/1974 PARTY TO HONOR HOSPITAL'S BIRTHDAY A8 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/20/1974 BURGLARS HIT FARMERS FIRM A15 JUANITA 2/20/1974 JUANITA GROUP TO DISCUSS LAND CHANGES A2 ENGAGEMENTS 2/20/1974 MILA POTUZAK, MARTY LYON A8 ORGANIZATIONS 2/20/1974 HUMANE SOCIETY: BIG JOB, NO MONEY A5 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 2/20/1974 $1 MILLION-PLUS ASKED FOR PETER KIRK PARK A3 UTILITIES 2/20/1974 GENERAL TELEPHONE STRIKE OVER A14 RECREATION AND SPORTS 2/20/1974 PROPOSALS COMING SOON ON GIRLS' SPORTS A3 RECREATION AND SPORTS 2/20/1974 IT'S SEATTLE DOOR A13 RELIGION 2/20/1974 MINISTERS ARE LOSING OUT IN THIS COMMUNITY A21 OBITUARIES 2/20/1974 HENDRIX, JOHN C4 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 2/20/1974 DENNY PARK PLANNING TO BEGIN A2 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 2/20/1974 CITY COUNCIL BEGINS STUDY FOR FIVE-YEAR PLAN FOR PARKS A3 RECREATION AND SPORTS 2/20/1974 COUNTY FUNDS AID PARK PROGRAMS A4 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 2/20/1974 PETER KIRK GROUNDBREAKING SCHEDULED A14 ANNIVERSARIES 2/27/1974 COUPLE MARKS ANNIVERSARY (BISSELL, MR AND MRS DAVID SR) A9 EDUCATION 2/27/1974 BOARD HOLDS OFF ON BOND RESOLUTION A3 DEVELOPMENT 2/27/1974 FINAL HEARING MONDAY ON TOTEM LAKE ANNEXATION A1 BIOGRAPHIES 2/27/1974 COOK'S CORNER (MCVAY, JEAN) A9 BIOGRAPHIES 2/27/1974 ARRIVAL WAS NON-HEROIC (TAYLOR, MARIA) A8 BIOGRAPHIES 2/27/1974 ALL ANIMALS NEED VETS - EVEN A MAGNETIC FELLOW LIKE STANLEY (SHELTS, ROBERT) A12 DEVELOPMENT 2/27/1974 KIRKLAND LOOKS AT ROSE HILL ANNEXATION A2 EDUCATION 2/27/1974 TEACHERS SIT-IN AT BOARD MEETING IN SHOW OF SUPPORT A5 DEVELOPMENT 2/27/1974 KIRKLAND COUNCIL BRIEFS: L.I.D. ASKED ON NE 38TH PLACE A2 EDUCATION 2/27/1974 DANCE WORKSHOP ONGOING A5 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 2/27/1974 FIRE GUTS FEED MILL BUILDING A2 EDUCATION 2/27/1974 PTA COUNCIL AWARDS ACORNS (SMITH, ESSA / CROFFORD, GERALD) A8 EDUCATION 2/27/1974 JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL HOSTS CHESS TOURNAMENT B1 EDUCATION 2/27/1974 VICE PRINCIPAL APPOINTED AT KAMIAKIN (SETCHFIELD, MARGARET) B4 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 2/27/1974 COUNCIL OKAYS SIGN (ATHENS PIZZA AND SPAGHETTI HOUSE) A2 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 2/27/1974 'FREE' PARKING LOT ON LAKE TO BE SOLD A3 EDUCATION 2/27/1974 LWHS HAS 2 SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS (TEUTSCH, TERRI / COX, STEVE) A10 HEALTH, PUBLIC 2/27/1974 MEDIC I REPLACEMENT BEING SOUGHT BY EAST SIDE GROUP A5 HEALTH, PUBLIC 2/27/1974 MUIR PARENTS ACT TO REDUCE SAFETY HAZARDS B2 FIRE PROTECTION 2/27/1974 FIRE GUTS FEED MILL BUILDING A2 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 2/27/1974 JUANITA, YARROW BAY USES SPARK INTEREST AT SHORELINE HEARING C4 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 2/27/1974 'COURT NEXT IF WATERFRONT PROJECT DENIED,' HADLEY SAYS C4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/27/1974 MEN CHARGED WITH DRUG POSSESSION A2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/27/1974 CHAMPAGNE POINT HOME BURGLARIZED B1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 2/27/1974 BURGLARS TAKE BIKES, LIQUOR B2 FIRE PROTECTION 2/27/1974 FIREFIGHTERS DISCOURAGE PRIVATE GAS SHORTAGE A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 2/27/1974 KIRKLAND COUNCIL BRIEFS: L.I.D. ASKED ON NE 38TH PLACE A2 HEALTH, PUBLIC 2/27/1974 FIRST AID MEASURES VARY DEPENDING ON NATURE OF EMERGENCY (KOLL, MARLEY ANN) A8 OBITUARIES 2/27/1974 WILLIAMS, EDWARD SR A10 ROSE HILL 2/27/1974 KIRKLAND LOOKS AT ROSE HILL ANNEXATION A2 POST OFFICE 2/27/1974 POSTAL RATE INCREASE TAKES EFFECT SATURDAY A4 OBITUARIES 2/27/1974 ROSE, LUTHER I A10 OBITUARIES 2/27/1974 DODSON, DIANE A10 OBITUARIES 2/27/1974 PEAKE, WILLIAM A10 OBITUARIES 2/27/1974 ANDERSON, EMILIE A10 OBITUARIES 2/27/1974 WATTERS, WALTER A10 OBITUARIES 2/27/1974 SARE, EUGENE A10 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 2/27/1974 ONE GOOD JUMP FOR PETER KIRK (PHOTO OF GROUND-BREAKING) A17 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 2/27/1974 KIRKLAND, STATE AT ODDS OVER BREAK IN BOULEVARD PAVING C4 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 2/27/1974 IT'S AN UPHILL ROAD FOR WALKERS B2 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 2/27/1974 A TIMID BEGINNING - RAISING CONSCIOUSNESS ON THE EAST SIDE A1 BANKS AND BANKING 3/6/1974 BANK OF KIRKLAND NAMES ASSISTANT VEEP (HENNING, ROGER) A2 BANKS AND BANKING 3/6/1974 CAPITAL SAVINGS BUILDING AT TOTEM LAKE A2 BIOGRAPHIES 3/6/1974 SORRY, JOB IS FILLED (PARKER, LINDA) A6 BIOGRAPHIES 3/6/1974 COOK'S CORNER (MCCABE, GAIL) A8 DEVELOPMENT 3/6/1974 DO SEWERS, ANNEXATION AWAIT SOUTHERN ROSE HILL? A5 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 3/6/1974 SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES LWHS REMODELING A4 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 3/6/1974 STUDENT HOUSING DRAWS DETERMINED PARENTS A3 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/6/1974 NEAR LAKEVIEW SCHOOL: SCHOOL DISTRICT PROTESTS LARGE TAVERN A1 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 3/6/1974 GLOBE MILL BURNS A20 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/6/1974 CBD PROBLEMS WILL BE SOLVED WHEN BUSINESS ACTS A2 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 3/6/1974 CONDOMINIUM PROPOSED FOR KIRK PROPERTY B1 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 3/6/1974 CANNERY SOLD TO OPERATOR A5 DEVELOPMENT 3/6/1974 426-ACRE TOTEM LAKE AREA ANNEXED BY KIRKLAND A5 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/6/1974 LET'S GET ACQUAINTED (BUSINESS LISTINGS - SPECIAL SECTION) D1-D24 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/6/1974 HAS IT COME TO THIS? (PHOTO OF GAS PRICES) A1 CANNERY 3/6/1974 CANNERY SOLD TO OPERATOR A5 EDUCATION 3/6/1974 NEAR LAKEVIEW SCHOOL: SCHOOL DISTRICT PROTESTS LARGE TAVERN A1 EDUCATION 3/6/1974 ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS APPROACH TOPIC FOR NORTHSHORE PROGRAM B1 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 3/6/1974 CBD PROBLEMS WILL BE SOLVED WHEN BUSINESS ACTS A2 EDUCATION 3/6/1974 LWHS TO RECALL THE 50'S B5 EDUCATION 3/6/1974 AS IN AMERICA, POLITICS AT BELL IS A STRANGE BUSINESS C1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/6/1974 OPERATION ID HAS AN IDENTITY PROBLEM A3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/6/1974 MERCIFUL POLICE DECLINE TO CITE A MAN WHILE HE'S OUT A3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/6/1974 HITCHHIKING YOUTH PUSHED FROM CAR BY HOSTILE DRIVER B1 FIRE PROTECTION 3/6/1974 GLOBE MILL BURNS A20 HEALTH, PUBLIC 3/6/1974 EMERGENCY FUND NEED TO BE EXPLORED A7 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/6/1974 PROPERTY RECOVERED FROM KJH BREAK-IN A9 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/6/1974 BUSINESSES VICTIMIZED B1 ENGAGEMENTS 3/6/1974 LINDA KARSON, THOMAS BROWNELL A6 ENGAGEMENTS 3/6/1974 LESLIE FERGUSON, RANDY GREENE A8 PRESS 3/6/1974 CARTOONIST JOINS JOURNAL (NEIR, JIM) A5 RECREATION AND SPORTS 3/6/1974 NC IN NATIONAL FINALS A13 RELIGION 3/6/1974 MUSIC IS VEHICLE FOR YOUTH MINISTRY (ROSE HILL PRESBYTERIAN) A7 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 3/6/1974 SCOUTS RECEIVE EAGLE AWARD (SPADING, KEVIN / JOHNSON, TERRY / SPADING, TAD) B1 UTILITIES 3/6/1974 WATER RATES MAY RISE A1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 3/6/1974 COMMENT ASKED ON IMPACT OF THIRD STREET CHANGES A1 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 3/6/1974 IF YOU'RE NOT WIFE AND MOTHER, WHAT ARE YOU? A6 ORGANIZATIONS, MEN 3/6/1974 EAST SIDE 'Y' LAUNCHES FUND DRIVE A6 OBITUARIES 3/6/1974 CUNNINGHAM, VIRGIL A9 RECREATION AND SPORTS 3/6/1974 ROYALS EARN STATE SOCCER FINALS A13 ROSE HILL 3/6/1974 DO SEWERS, ANNEXATION AWAIT SOUTHERN ROSE HILL? A5 OBITUARIES 3/6/1974 RADTKE, BEATRICE A9 OBITUARIES 3/6/1974 PETERSON, RENO A9 OBITUARIES 3/6/1974 RERICK, PERCY A9 RECREATION AND SPORTS 3/6/1974 LOCAL YOUTH WINS BOXING TOURNAMENT TITLE (SPURR, MIKE) A14 UTILITIES 3/6/1974 DO SEWERS, ANNEXATION AWAIT SOUTHERN ROSE HILL? A5 RECREATION AND SPORTS 3/6/1974 NESS CAPTURES STATE GYM CROWN (NESS, JAMIE) A13 WEATHER 3/13/1974 SNOW SQUELCHES FIRST ATTEMPTS OF SPRING (PHOTOS) C1 EDUCATION 3/13/1974 5 ALL-STATERS FROM LWHS (CHOIR AND BAND) C1 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 3/13/1974 ARTICLES ABOUT FIRE AT HOLY SPIRIT LUTHERAN CHURCH A1 DEVELOPMENT 3/13/1974 KIRKLAND TO COMMENT ON JUANITA PROJECT A1 DEVELOPMENT 3/13/1974 BUILDING DOWN IN FEBRUARY A7 BUILDINGS 3/13/1974 BUILDING DOWN IN FEBRUARY A7 EDUCATION 3/13/1974 NORTHWEST COLLEGE GIVEN STAMP OF EXCELLENCE BY ACCREDITATION A7 EDUCATION 3/13/1974 COMMUNICATION IS BODY, DRUMS, RHYTHM (FHJHS) A3 EDUCATION 3/13/1974 LIBRARY OR LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER, KIDS STILL LOVE IT (JOHN MUIR) A18 EDUCATION 3/13/1974 A SCHOOL BUDGET BY ANY OTHER NAME ... A3 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 3/13/1974 KIRKLAND TO COMMENT ON JUANITA PROJECT A1 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 3/13/1974 COURT SPORTS FACILITY PLANNED FOR 1974 TOTEM LAKE OPENING A2 EDUCATION 3/13/1974 KIRKLAND JH HONOR ROLL STUDENTS NAMED A8 EDUCATION 3/13/1974 SCHOOL BUSES MAY RUN OUT OF GAS A1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/13/1974 SPUDNUTS SATISFY SWEET TOOTH OF MANY A KIRKLANDER A12 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/13/1974 YAZZOLINO'S FEATURES ITALIAN SPECIALTIES A12 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/13/1974 MIA ROMA OWNER IS ARTIST IN KITCHEN A12 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 3/13/1974 MAYOR TO APPOINT INTERIM DOWNTOWN PARKING COMMITTEE A9 BIOGRAPHIES 3/13/1974 COOK'S CORNER (WAKEFIELD, ROD / PROVENZO, TONY) B2 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/13/1974 PRIVACY, ELEGANCE AWAIT DOMANI DINER A13 BUILDINGS 3/13/1974 REMODELING AT ELKS BUILDING A2 BIOGRAPHIES 3/13/1974 GOOD LUCK COMES WITH 4-LEAF CLOVERS (ASHER, CASH) A24 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 3/13/1974 KAMIAKIN JR HIGH TAKES SHAPE A18 EDUCATION 3/13/1974 STUDENTS MAY NOT SMOKE - BUT THEY CAN IN THE CARS A5 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 3/13/1974 BUILDING ANNOUNCED BEFORE CITY ASKED ABOUT PROJECT A3 BIOGRAPHIES 3/13/1974 NEW DEAN STAYS IN THERE (SETCHFIELD, MARGARET) B1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/13/1974 FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE PROVIDED WALDO'S TAVERN PATRONS A13 FIRE PROTECTION 3/13/1974 ARTICLES ABOUT FIRE AT HOLY SPIRIT LUTHERAN CHURCH A1 JUANITA 3/13/1974 KIRKLAND TO COMMENT ON JUANITA PROJECT A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 3/13/1974 MAYOR TO APPOINT INTERIM DOWNTOWN PARKING COMMITTEE A9 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/13/1974 EQUIPMENT TAKEN A5 FIRE PROTECTION 3/13/1974 JUANITA HOME DESTROYED IN FLAMES (8864 NE 116TH) B3 MEDICINE 3/13/1974 HOSPITAL BOARD DIRECTS STUDY OF AREA TRAUMA UNITS A19 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/13/1974 POLICE RECOVER PROPERTY, ARREST TWO AFTER CHASE A8 ENGAGEMENTS 3/13/1974 CHERYL ANN CARTER, ROBB QUINN B2 ENGAGEMENTS 3/13/1974 TERESA YULY, ROBERT BRUNSWICK JR B1 ORGANIZATIONS 3/13/1974 GARDEN CLUB INTERESTS GO BEYOND DIGGING IN THE DIRT A15 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 3/13/1974 LIST 5 THINGS I DO WELL? THAT'S EASY ... THERE'S ... UH AND ... OH B2 OBITUARIES 3/13/1974 MCNAIR, WILLIAM A19 OBITUARIES 3/13/1974 MOULTRIE, ROY A19 OBITUARIES 3/13/1974 JAEGER, BERTHA A19 RECREATION AND SPORTS 3/13/1974 NORTHWEST COLLEGE FINISHES IN TOP EIGHT A10 RECREATION AND SPORTS 3/13/1974 SPECIAL ED GYMNASTS WIN 23 STATE MEDALS A10 OBITUARIES 3/13/1974 LIEBECK, ZEPHA A19 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 3/13/1974 MAYOR TO APPOINT INTERIM DOWNTOWN PARKING COMMITTEE A9 STATISTICAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC DATA 3/13/1974 CITY CENSUS STARTS MAR 22 A1 UTILITIES 3/13/1974 SEWER DISTRICT SEEKS ANNEXATION NEAR TOTEM LAKE A7 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 3/13/1974 CENTRAL PARK TENNIS NEARS COMPLETION A11 WEATHER 3/20/1974 NO BOATS TO BE CHECKED ON A DUCK-WET DAY (PHOTOS) B4 WEDDINGS 3/20/1974 DARLA KYLLO, GARY OLSEN A9 WEDDINGS 3/20/1974 JUST BEGINNING - SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT D1-D12 DEVELOPMENT 3/20/1974 BOARD ASKS OPEN-SPACE FEE FOR SANDHURST 2 PROJECT A4 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/20/1974 HAPPY HONEYMOON FOR KIRKLAND, TOTEM LAKE A7 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/20/1974 BUSINESS NEEDS STRONGER LOBBIES, LEGISLATORS TEL CHAMBER MEETINGS A7 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 3/20/1974 MANY OF THESE GONE-BY FARM HOUSES STILL IN USE (PICKERING / HJERTOOS) A12 EDUCATION 3/20/1974 WIZARD OF OZ OPENS TOMORROW NIGHT AT JUNIOR HIGH B6 BIOGRAPHIES 3/20/1974 PEOPLE STILL NEED SHOES (MAGEE, DOROTHY) A8 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 3/20/1974 SCHOOL'S ENERGY USE CUT 19 PER CENT IN FEBRUARY C4 BIOGRAPHIES 3/20/1974 COOK'S CORNER (MCGRATH, TERRY) C4 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/20/1974 NEW MANAGER AT COURTESY TIRE (REESE, BRIAN) A7 EDUCATION 3/20/1974 THE OLD YELLOW SCHOOL BUS IS OFF AND RUNNING, SORT OF ... A10 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 3/20/1974 NEIGHBORS OPPOSE PROPOSED CONDOMINIUM ON NE 62ND ST A3 EDUCATION 3/20/1974 DOUBLE SHIFTING OKAYED FOR '74-75 A1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 3/20/1974 WOODBROOK CONDOMINIUMS CLEARS CITY COUNCIL HURDLE A3 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 3/20/1974 YARROWOOD CONDOMINIUMS A10 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3/20/1974 BUSINESS NEEDS STRONGER LOBBIES, LEGISLATORS TEL CHAMBER MEETINGS A7 EDUCATION 3/20/1974 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN COMES UNDER FIRE AT BOARD MEETING A11 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/20/1974 LARCENISTS HEIST 4 500-POUND DRUMS B6 JUANITA 3/20/1974 JUANITA SLOUGH CROSSING NOW 80 PER CENT COMPLETE A1 JUANITA 3/20/1974 JUANITA CDC TO DISCUSS 98TH - 100TH IMPROVEMENTS B1 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 3/20/1974 THIRD MOSS BAY CELEBRATION AIMS FOR OLD-FASHIONED FUN JULY 12-14 A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/20/1974 GARAGE IS ENTRY IN BURGLARY A4 FIRE PROTECTION 3/20/1974 NEW FUNDS MAY PAY FOR MORE FIREFIGHTERS A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/20/1974 SPOKANE POLICE STOP STOLEN KIRKLAND CAR, FOUR SUSPECTS A4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/20/1974 YOUTH REPORTS ASSAULT A3 ENGAGEMENTS 3/20/1974 NANCY DIECKMANN, RON PETERSON A9 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/20/1974 MAN ARRESTED FOR JUANITA RAPE, EAST SIDE BURGLARIES B1 MEDICINE 3/20/1974 EVERGREEN SUPPORTING AID PROGRAM C1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 3/20/1974 WOODBROOK CONDOMINIUMS CLEARS CITY COUNCIL HURDLE A3 TRANSPORTATION, AIR 3/20/1974 WORK BEGINS ON EAST SIDE AIRPORT A2 RECREATION AND SPORTS 3/20/1974 ROYALS WIN STATE SOCCER CROWN A19 PRESS 3/20/1974 MUSINGS HAS NEW COLUMNIST (CREASON, JERI) C1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 3/20/1974 JUANITA SLOUGH CROSSING NOW 80 PER CENT COMPLETE A1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 3/20/1974 PUBLIC RESPONSE TO STATE - THIRD SMALL BUT IMPORTANT A1 OBITUARIES 3/20/1974 DRUMM, CHARLES A18 OBITUARIES 3/20/1974 KRACKENBERG, BERNARD A18 OBITUARIES 3/20/1974 DILAURO, WILLIAM A18 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 3/20/1974 JUANITA CDC TO DISCUSS 98TH - 100TH IMPROVEMENTS B1 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 3/20/1974 BOARD ASKS OPEN-SPACE FEE FOR SANDHURST 2 PROJECT A4 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 3/20/1974 BETA SIGMA PHI HAS LASTING APPEAL TO MANY YOUNG WOMEN A9 WEDDINGS 3/27/1974 MARGARET FINKEN, WAYNE SNOWDON A11 WEDDINGS 3/27/1974 DONNA PROVAN, BILL DAMMANN A11 EDUCATION 3/27/1974 FINE ARTS PROGRAM HAS EVERYONE AT JUANITA EXCITED (JUANITA ELEMENTARY) B1 EDUCATION 3/27/1974 IMPEACHMENT, ENERGY ON JHS STUDENTS MINDS, MEEDS LEARNS A10 EDUCATION 3/27/1974 SEXISM ATTACKED A2 EDUCATION 3/27/1974 VOC-TECH SPARKS AND CLANKS AT PAR-MAC A5 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/27/1974 KIRKLAND PHONE MART TO OPEN IN MAY A8 BIOGRAPHIES 3/27/1974 LOVE GIVEN AND SHOWN (HOYT, INEZ) A11 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3/27/1974 MOVE POST OFFICE, CHAMBER REQUESTS A3 BUILDINGS, GOVERNMENTAL 3/27/1974 NEW LOOK AHEAD FOR JUANITA-KINGSGATE FIRE SERVICES (PHOTOS OF STATIONS) B4 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/27/1974 IMPORTER RETURNS TO INDIA FOR BUYING TRIP (PARIKH, PRAMOD) A8 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 3/27/1974 SIT 'N BULL WILL HAVE GRAND OPENING A8 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 3/27/1974 STATE BOARD DENIES HADLEY BUILDING, APPROVES MARINA A1 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 3/27/1974 MORTGAGE BURNING CEREMONIES SET FOR METHODIST CHURCH A4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/27/1974 11 BRIDLE TRAILS BURGLARIES SOLVED BY ARRESTS, POLICE SAY A13 FIRE PROTECTION 3/27/1974 NEW LOOK AHEAD FOR JUANITA-KINGSGATE FIRE SERVICES (PHOTOS OF STATIONS) B4 GOVERNMENT, CITY 3/27/1974 UNCERTAINTIES IN STATE ORDER DISTURB CITY A9 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 3/27/1974 STATE BOARD DENIES HADLEY BUILDING, APPROVES MARINA A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/27/1974 TIRE THEFT INTERRUPTED B2 HEALTH, PUBLIC 3/27/1974 DOES CITY NEED 2 EMERGENCY FUNDS A3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/27/1974 CONSTRUCTION SITE TARGET FOR LARCENISTS A2 ENGAGEMENTS 3/27/1974 CAROL LYNN NORINE, RONALD HENRICKSON A11 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/27/1974 NEW SOLUTIONS NEEDED TO CURB JUVENILE CRIME, PROSECUTOR SAYS A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/27/1974 HELP US WITH ARSON, CHIEF ASKS A1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 3/27/1974 UNCERTAINTIES IN STATE ORDER DISTURB CITY A9 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/27/1974 PARENTS REQUEST HELP AFTER DRUG PURCHASE KNOWN A1 MEDICINE 3/27/1974 'LIVE COALS AND A LITTLE SOUL' EASE PATH OF BLACK INTERNS A1 MEDICINE 3/27/1974 PROPOSAL WOULD BRING MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES TO THIS AREA A3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 3/27/1974 TAPE DECK STOLEN AT JHS B1 OBITUARIES 3/27/1974 EHLERS, STANLEY A12 OBITUARIES 3/27/1974 RICHARDSON, GEORGE A12 TRANSPORTATION, PUBLIC 3/27/1974 METRO RIDERSHIP UP 106% IN SUBURBS A10 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 3/27/1974 SEA SCOUT RECEIVES QUARTERMASTER (BROWN, WILLIAM) A3 POST OFFICE 3/27/1974 MOVE POST OFFICE, CHAMBER REQUESTS A3 OBITUARIES 3/27/1974 MCKIBBEN, ERNEST SR A12 OBITUARIES 3/27/1974 ULRICH, VIRGINIA A12 WEATHER 4/3/1974 SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION BOGS DOWN IN HEAVY RAIN, MUD (PHOTOS) A1 ANNIVERSARIES 4/3/1974 60TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED (JOHNSON, MR AND MRS EDWIN) B1 ANNIVERSARIES 4/3/1974 COUPLE TO BE HONORED (NELSON, TED AND MARTHA) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 4/3/1974 COOK'S CORNER (TEAGUE, CHRIS) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 4/3/1974 FINGER POINTING UNFAIR (JOHNSON, SHIRLEY) B1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/3/1974 CHILI VS PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS - WHICH SHOULD KIRKLAND FAVOR? (CHET THE CHILI KING) A2 BIOGRAPHIES 4/3/1974 FROM KIDNAPPING TO DOLLARS, COLUMBIA SETS A DIFFERENT PACE (BROWN, DOROTHY TRENT) A5 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 FIRST SEXISM BARRAGE HITS ADMINISTRATORS A3 CHILDREN 4/3/1974 STUDENTS TELL TRY - YOUTHS SHOULD INITIATE, ADULTS FACILITATE B7 DEVELOPMENT 4/3/1974 NEW DEVELOPMENT STUDY PROPOSED FOR DOWNTOWN A4 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/3/1974 BUSINESS BLOOMED FROM SINGLE PLANT (UMBECK, NANCY & JOHN - WEEDS AND SEEDS) B5 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/3/1974 TOTEM LAKE SHOPPER (SPECIAL SECTION) D1-D12 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 KJH STUDENTS, STAFF ROLL THROUGH UNSETTLED YEAR AT PINE LAKE C1 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 4/3/1974 NEW DEVELOPMENT STUDY PROPOSED FOR DOWNTOWN A4 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 SCHOOL TRANSFER REQUESTS DUE SOON A5 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IS THE LAW, SCHOOL DIRECTORS SAY A3 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 HAPPY BIRTHDAY FROM ROBERT FROST TO ANOTHER A20 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 JHS PHOTO EDITOR WINS FIRST IN COMPETITION (NICHOLS, RICK) A20 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 DISTRICT UNVEILS GIFTED PROGRAM A2 DEVELOPMENT 4/3/1974 CITY COUNCIL NOTES: SANDHURST 2 WINS APPROVAL A2 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 LAND, MONEY, PEOPLE FILL BOARD'S AGENDA A2 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 10 ADMINISTRATIVE JOBS CUT IN SCHOOL BUDGET MOVE A1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 4/3/1974 SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION BOGS DOWN IN HEAVY RAIN, MUD (PHOTOS) A1 EDUCATION 4/3/1974 NINE LW STUDENTS IN GERMANY B8 JUANITA 4/3/1974 CITY ASKED TO BLOCK SLOUGH PEAT-SPREADING A19 MEDICINE 4/3/1974 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL CUTS LOSSES IN SECOND YEAR OF OPERATION B4 GOVERNMENT, CITY 4/3/1974 CITY COUNCIL NOTES: SANDHURST 2 WINS APPROVAL A2 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 4/3/1974 SAILBOATS EAST ASKS PERMIT FOR LAKE WORK A2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/3/1974 WEAPONS, AMMUNITION ARE STOLEN A20 GOVERNMENT 4/3/1974 KIRKLAND TAX RATE DROPS TO 10TH AMONG STATE'S CITIES A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/3/1974 FIVE GUNS TAKEN FROM RESIDENCE B8 ENVIRONMENT 4/3/1974 GREAT HORNED OWL IS READY TO FLY FREE (NELSON, SKIP) A1 OBITUARIES 4/3/1974 MCKAY, GEORGE B4 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 4/3/1974 MARSH CONTRACTS OKAYED (PHOTO) A16 TRANSPORTATION, AIR 4/3/1974 EAST SIDE AIRPORT GATHERS SUPPORT A4 OBITUARIES 4/3/1974 CROWDER, MINERVA B4 OBITUARIES 4/3/1974 CONNERY, ARTHUR B4 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 4/3/1974 SWEET ADELINES TO HARMONIZE FOR REGION CONVENTION B1 OBITUARIES 4/3/1974 BUSBY, JOHN B4 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 4/3/1974 CITY ASKED TO BLOCK SLOUGH PEAT-SPREADING A19 RELIGION 4/3/1974 THE PASTOR'S ROLE IN COUNSELING INCREASING (NORTHWEST COLLEGE) B2 OBITUARIES 4/3/1974 BLIGH, GERTRUDE B4 EDUCATION 4/10/1974 JHS GERMAN STUDENTS WIN HONORS A13 CATASTROPHES 4/10/1974 MINI-DISASTER PLAN READY FOR EAST SIDE'S MAN-MADE DISASTERS C1 BIOGRAPHIES 4/10/1974 TWO KIRKLAND WOMEN GUIDE EFFORTS OF HUSKY CREW (LYNCH, COLLEEN / MITCHELL, PAULA) A1 BIOGRAPHIES 4/10/1974 COOK'S CORNER (ANDERSON, SUE) B2 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/10/1974 IT'S THE A&W FOR FAST FOOD SERVICE B5 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/10/1974 DRISCOLLS IS THE ACTION PLACE B4 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/10/1974 SERVICE BEGINS WITH A WARM WELCOME (EVERGREEN INN) B4 BIOGRAPHIES 4/10/1974 AUTO BUGS DON'T BUG GIRL (VAN WINKLE, MARY) B2 EDUCATION 4/10/1974 YEAR ROUND SCHOOLS COULD SAVE $27 MILLION, REPORT CLAIMS A8 BIOGRAPHIES 4/10/1974 JHS GRAD LETTERS FOR PRINCETON (GREENWOOD, JERRY) B7 EDUCATION 4/10/1974 UNDERFROG IS WINNER! (THOREAU) A6 EDUCATION 4/10/1974 GAIN $150,000, LOSE 10 ADMINISTRATORS IN DISTRICT SHUFFLE B8 CHARITIES 4/10/1974 SALVATION ARMY PLANS KIRKLAND OFFICE A1 EDUCATION 4/10/1974 DELORES TEUTSCH NAMED TO BCC BOARD OF TRUSTEES A1 ENGAGEMENTS 4/10/1974 LAUREL BUPP, WILLIAM MILLER B1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/10/1974 CAMERAS STOLEN A13 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/10/1974 CATCH BASINS ARE REMOVED A13 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/10/1974 ILLEGAL SHOOTING CHARGED A21 HOLIDAYS 4/10/1974 KIDS TO HUNT EGGS AT PETER KIRK PARK A4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/10/1974 ASSAULT TRY REPORTED A12 ENTERTAINMENT 4/10/1974 CARNIVAL COMING B6 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/10/1974 BUSTING PUSHERS IS TOUGH, LAWMEN SAY A1 MEDICINE 4/10/1974 COLLECTIONS CAUSING BIG HEADACHES AT EVERGREEN A4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/10/1974 FIRE FIGHTER CLOTHING TAKEN A8 GOVERNMENT, CITY 4/10/1974 SHORELINES PROGRAM READY C1 HOLIDAYS 4/10/1974 SUNRISE SERVICES HERALD EASTER A1 ENGAGEMENTS 4/10/1974 MARY PETERSON, STEVE ELLIS B1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 4/10/1974 PLANNING COMMISSION ADDS TWO MEMBERS (MULLIS, ROBIN / JOHNSON, LEROY) C1 INDUSTRY 4/10/1974 INDUSTRY BLENDS INTO RURAL LANDSCAPE (PHYSIO CONTROL) B6 MEDICINE 4/10/1974 EVERGREEN GENERAL READY TO REHEARSE DISASTER PLAN C1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 4/10/1974 SHORELINES PROGRAM READY C1 MEDICINE 4/10/1974 AUDIT PRESENTED TO HOSPITAL BOARD B6 LABOR UNIONS 4/10/1974 LWEA'S NEW EXEC TALKS FOR A LIVING (CALHOUN, ED) B3 ENGAGEMENTS 4/10/1974 PATRICIA MCCORKLE, MICHAEL MACGRUDER B1 GOVERNMENT 4/10/1974 GOVERNOR TO VISIT 'TOWN HALL' FOR LUNCHEON A1 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 4/10/1974 EDUCATED WOMEN USE THEIR TALENTS THROUGH AAUW B1 OBITUARIES 4/10/1974 FITCH, HARRY A22 OBITUARIES 4/10/1974 TAYLOR, HARVEY A22 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 4/10/1974 CAMP FIRE HONORS FIVE KIRKLAND WOMEN (DOSS / PARADIS / HERMANSON / SMITH / ROTH) B1 OBITUARIES 4/10/1974 HITTLE, ROY A22 UTILITIES 4/10/1974 GENERAL TEL TO STREAMLINE INSTALLATIONS B6 RECREATION AND SPORTS 4/10/1974 TWO KIRKLAND WOMEN GUIDE EFFORTS OF HUSKY CREW (LYNCH, COLLEEN / MITCHELL, PAULA) A1 RECREATION AND SPORTS 4/10/1974 AREA MEN TAKE SLOUGH HONORS A14 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 4/10/1974 SWEET ADELINES CHORUS WINS B5 RELIGION 4/10/1974 SUNRISE SERVICES HERALD EASTER A1 OBITUARIES 4/10/1974 MARTIN, DONALD A22 TRANSPORTATION, AIR 4/10/1974 PORT OF SEATTLE STUDYING IDEA OF EAST SIDE AIRPORT A5 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 4/10/1974 NE 132ND PLAN MEETS REQUESTS A13 BANKS AND BANKING 4/17/1974 BANK NAMES WOMAN VEEP (PORTER, COLLIN) A9 BIOGRAPHIES 4/17/1974 COOK'S CORNER (WALKER, BOBBY) B4 BIOGRAPHIES 4/17/1974 CHIEF CUSTODIAN RETIRES TO GREENHOUSES (VAN CUREN, AARON) C1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 4/17/1974 50-UNIT JUANITA CONDOMINIUM BACKED BY ZONING EXAMINER A1 BUILDINGS, GOVERNMENTAL 4/17/1974 KIRKLAND FINALLY TO OWN ARMORY A3 CHARITIES 4/17/1974 WALKALOT DONOR IS MARCH SUPPORTER (PETTER, BILL) A9 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/17/1974 VENDORS CURRY NO FAVORS WITH KIRKLAND PARK BOARD A10 DEVELOPMENT 4/17/1974 COULD NEW LAKE PROJECTS BE CITY-OWNED AFTER 50 YEARS A1 EDUCATION 4/17/1974 SCHOOL DIRECTORS BEGIN 1974-75 BUDGET REVIEW A2 BIOGRAPHIES 4/17/1974 VISIONARY'S VIEW UNPOPULAR (LOWE, MIKE) B1 EDUCATION 4/17/1974 NORTHWEST ENROLLS 475 A9 EDUCATION 4/17/1974 AFTER 36 YEARS AND 3 BOSSES, LWSD SECRETARY RETIRES (SMITH, ESSA) B1 EDUCATION 4/17/1974 AGE LEVELS DON'T COUNT AT COMMUNITY SCHOOL B8 EDUCATION 4/17/1974 MORE FIGHTING LOOMS OVER WEA'S TEACHER BARGAINING BILL C1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/17/1974 GREEN THUMBS ON BUSINESS PERSONS GROW A21 CHARITIES 4/17/1974 FIRST DONATION IN 1974 PENNY DRIVE A3 MEDICINE 4/17/1974 MEDIC 1 -TYPE PLANS ADVANCING A4 LIBRARY 4/17/1974 IT'S LIBRARY WEEK! (PHOTOS) A19 MEDICINE 4/17/1974 MEDIC I MEN, AID CREW DELIVER REDMOND BABY GIRL (GREGEL, STACI) A1 ENTERTAINMENT 4/17/1974 CARNIVAL OPENS AT TOTEM LAKE B6 JUANITA 4/17/1974 50-UNIT JUANITA CONDOMINIUM BACKED BY ZONING EXAMINER A1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 4/17/1974 COULD NEW LAKE PROJECTS BE CITY-OWNED AFTER 50 YEARS A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/17/1974 MODIFIED HITCHING LAW WINS SUPPORT OF STATE PATROL CHIEF A7 LIBRARY 4/17/1974 SILENCE GIVES WAY TO ACTIVITY AS LIBRARIES BECOME PEOPLE PLACES A19 GOVERNMENT, CITY 4/17/1974 COULD NEW LAKE PROJECTS BE CITY-OWNED AFTER 50 YEARS A1 GOVERNMENT 4/17/1974 LIKE A CAMPAIGNER, EVANS TOURS HERE A1 GOVERNMENT 4/17/1974 LEGISLATURE REOPENS WITH A BANG A1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 4/17/1974 EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW THE NAME OF SHORELINES GAME A7 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/17/1974 INTRUDER KILLS KIRKLAND MAN WITH KNIFE (ZWICK, SIDNEY) A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/17/1974 BURGLARS VICTIMIZE CENTRAL WAY STORE A2 GOVERNMENT, CITY 4/17/1974 EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW THE NAME OF SHORELINES GAME A7 LABOR UNIONS 4/17/1974 MORE FIGHTING LOOMS OVER WEA'S TEACHER BARGAINING BILL C1 ENTERTAINMENT 4/17/1974 MIME PROGRAM AT KIRKLAND LIBRARY (BLY, MARJ) B6 OBITUARIES 4/17/1974 ISACKSON, GUS B3 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 4/17/1974 VENDORS CURRY NO FAVORS WITH KIRKLAND PARK BOARD A10 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 4/17/1974 LADDERS INSTALLED ON FLOATING BRIDGE A2 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 4/17/1974 BUT WHAT ABOUT MY STREETLIGHT? (BAILEY, VICTORIA) A7 RELIGION 4/17/1974 CHARISMA CUTS ACROSS DENOMINATIONAL LINES A20 OBITUARIES 4/17/1974 SERPAN, MARIE B3 OBITUARIES 4/17/1974 SNIDER, LESTER B3 OBITUARIES 4/17/1974 MCCULLOUGH, RICHARD B3 OBITUARIES 4/17/1974 CHAMNESS, WILLIAM B3 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 4/17/1974 KIRKLAND COMMITMENT OFFERED ON WAWONA, 2 OTHERS A3 OBITUARIES 4/17/1974 ZWICK, SIDNEY B3 WEDDINGS 4/24/1974 ALICEJO PHILLIPS, WALLY SAUBERT B3 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 4/24/1974 KIRKLAND JR HIGH DECISION DELAYED A1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/24/1974 BOOKSHELF MOVING - OUTGROWS ITS SPACE A21 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 4/24/1974 EVERGREEN EAST TO OPEN IN 1976 A1 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 4/24/1974 YARROW OFFICES GIVE BUILDING HEALTHY BOOST A21 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 4/24/1974 EVEN IF YOU DON'T SPEAK KOREAN ... (LEE JOHNSON CHEVROLET) A21 DEVELOPMENT 4/24/1974 KIRKLAND LAND-USE PLAN MAY FREEZE SOME PROJECTS A1 CATASTROPHES 4/24/1974 FEDERAL AGENCY READY FOR NUCLEAR ATTACK ... OR WHAT HAVE YOU A22 EDUCATION 4/24/1974 MARDI-FASCH-CA DRAWS 1000 AT JHS B4 BIOGRAPHIES 4/24/1974 POWELL FAMILY BREAKS RECORD FOR EASTSIDE MUSIC FESTIVAL B5 BIOGRAPHIES 4/24/1974 BEES BUZZ, BY-PASS BEMUSED BIPED (THURBER, ROY) A1 BIOGRAPHIES 4/24/1974 HEALTH PROBLEM STARTED BEE KEEPING HOBBY (THURBER, ROY) B1 EDUCATION 4/24/1974 POETRY IS INTENSE, IT'S SAYING WHAT YOU WANT TO SAY (BENTLEY, BETH) C4 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 4/24/1974 LOWER DENSITY REQUESTED FOR CONDOMINIUMS, DEVELOPER SAYS A22 BIOGRAPHIES 4/24/1974 COOK'S CORNER (BARRETT, BABS) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 4/24/1974 HELP FOR PEOPLE PROBLEMS (BERNTSON, PAT) B2 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 4/24/1974 STUDENTS REACT TO WALL GRAFFITI B4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/24/1974 THOREAU SCHOOL ENTERED B4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/24/1974 HEY OFFICER BILL, THERE'S A TURKEY IN YOUR ENGINE (STOKES, BILL) A22 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/24/1974 NEIGHBORS SPOT SUSPECTS IN BURGLARY C4 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 4/24/1974 MOSS BAY MUSTACHE CHALLENGE ISSUED A9 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/24/1974 BURGLARS TAKE CASH, LEAVE NOTE A11 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/24/1974 MAN ARRESTED IN KNIFING CASE A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 4/24/1974 KIRKLAND POLICE PROGRAM NEARLY READY TO GO AGAIN A2 GOVERNMENT, CITY 4/24/1974 KEEPING BEES IN KIRKLAND SEEN AS PUBLIC NUISANCE B1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 4/24/1974 KIRKLAND LAND-USE PLAN MAY FREEZE SOME PROJECTS A1 ENGAGEMENTS 4/24/1974 ANN HAMMERS, DAVID WEDEKING B3 ENGAGEMENTS 4/24/1974 CAMILLE THOMAS, WILLIAM JOHNSTON JR B3 MEDICINE 4/24/1974 HOSPITAL BOARD HEARS REPORT ON AUXILIARY FUNDS A10 GOVERNMENT, CITY 4/24/1974 CLAIMS AGAINST CITY DON'T JUST GO AWAY A3 RECREATION AND SPORTS 4/24/1974 KIDS AND BASEBALL ... WHAT ELSE? (PHOTOS) A18 OBITUARIES 4/24/1974 CHAMNESS, WILLIAM A10 PRESS 4/24/1974 JOURNAL WINS FOUR AWARDS IN CONTEST A3 OBITUARIES 4/24/1974 HARRIS, GLADYS A10 OBITUARIES 4/24/1974 RANTALA, LILLIAN A10 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 4/24/1974 FUNDS LOST FOR 520 EXTENSION A1 WEDDINGS 5/1/1974 MARY PETERSON, STEVEN ELLIS A5 WEDDINGS 5/1/1974 DEBORAH HEITLAUF, BRIAN REILLY A5 AGRICULTURE 5/1/1974 EAGER BEAVERS DIG IN AT PEA PATCHES (PHOTOS) A1 EDUCATION 5/1/1974 NEW PROGRAM REALLY EXPECTS KIDS TO THINK LIKE SCIENTISTS (NORKIRK) C7 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 5/1/1974 6TH KIRKLAND STUDY WOULD BE DIFFERENT A15 EDUCATION 5/1/1974 32 'A' STUDENTS TOP KJH HONOR ROLL C1 EDUCATION 5/1/1974 TEACHERS PICKET OVER SALARY DISPUTE A1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 5/1/1974 NORKIRK PREPARES TO END 18-YEAR HISTORY C7 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 5/1/1974 LENDEMAIN PLEASANTLY PREFABRICATED C3 BIOGRAPHIES 5/1/1974 REVERSE THINKING NEEDED (THOMAS, KEVIN) A5 DEVELOPMENT 5/1/1974 LENDEMAIN PLEASANTLY PREFABRICATED C3 DEVELOPMENT 5/1/1974 6TH KIRKLAND STUDY WOULD BE DIFFERENT A15 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 5/1/1974 HADLEY REDESIGNS BUILDING TO MEET HEIGHT LIMITATION A1 BIOGRAPHIES 5/1/1974 COOK'S CORNER (BOSWORTH, CAROL) C6 LABOR UNIONS 5/1/1974 TEACHERS PICKET OVER SALARY DISPUTE A1 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 5/1/1974 KIRKLAND PREPARES FOR OPENING DAY A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/1/1974 $35000 IN DRUGS TAKEN FROM JUANITA PHARMACY A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/1/1974 WAWONA BESET BY VANDALS A3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/1/1974 SCHOOL VANDALISM: FOR THOSE WHO FEEL THEY DON'T BELONG C1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 5/1/1974 THREE APPOINTED TO PARK BOARD C3 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/1/1974 WOULD LAKE POLICY BRING FLOOD OF PARKS IN 2025 A15 OBITUARIES 5/1/1974 JOHNSON, ORLANDO A14 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/1/1974 SAILBOAT OUT OF HISTORY REFURBISHED IN YARROW BAY (GROOTE BEER) A4 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/1/1974 KIRKLAND PREPARES FOR OPENING DAY A1 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/1/1974 SHIP MUSEUM WOULD USE 3 PROPERTIES A1 OBITUARIES 5/1/1974 MIGLIORE, RUTH A14 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 5/1/1974 WOULD LAKE POLICY BRING FLOOD OF PARKS IN 2025 A15 OBITUARIES 5/1/1974 JONES, DELLA A14 ANNIVERSARIES 5/8/1974 PARTY TO HONOR ANNIVERSARY (NADEAU, ROBERT & MARTHA) A21 BIOGRAPHIES 5/8/1974 MR NIXON'S FRIEND HAS SOME ADVICE: THINK POSITIVE! (ANDERSON, CATHRYN) A1 EDUCATION 5/8/1974 UNDER THE LOLLIPOP TREE (PHOTOS AT MARK TWAIN) A1 BIOGRAPHIES 5/8/1974 HITTING THE TALENT JACKPOT (PAFNUTIEFF, VLADIMIR) A20 EDUCATION 5/8/1974 KIDS PLAY TOGETHER AT SUSIE'S SCHOOL A20 BIOGRAPHIES 5/8/1974 COOK'S CORNER (HUDGINS, KAY) A22 EDUCATION 5/8/1974 THE JOB'S COLD, LOW-PAID BUT THESE WOMEN LOVE IT (NORKIRK PLAYGROUND) A22 EDUCATION 5/8/1974 SCHOOL BOARD DELAYS ACTION ON SECOND BUDGET PROPOSAL A11 EDUCATION 5/8/1974 HOT ITEMS AT TWAIN: TALENT, ARTISTS AND GRANDPARENTS A2 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 5/8/1974 TOTEM LAKE'S A YEAR OLD A1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 5/8/1974 CALIFORNIANS OPEN NEW FLORAL SHOP (FLOWER BOUTIQUE) A6 DEVELOPMENT 5/8/1974 WOULD-BE DEVELOPERS ATTACK MORATORIUM ON REZONING A1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 5/8/1974 SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES PLANS FOR KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH A11 EDUCATION 5/8/1974 BOARD STUDIES STATE-APPROVED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN A10 EDUCATION 5/8/1974 BOARD, TEACHERS AGREE ON SALARIES A1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 5/8/1974 STATE RAPS CONDOMINIUM - IT'S TOO HIGH A5 GOVERNMENT, CITY 5/8/1974 WOULD-BE DEVELOPERS ATTACK MORATORIUM ON REZONING A1 MEDICINE 5/8/1974 EVERGREEN TREATS 'VICTIMS' (EMERGENCY DRILL) B1 MEDICINE 5/8/1974 HOSPITAL PROPOSES MEDIC I TYPE PROGRAM TO COUNTY A3 GOVERNMENT, CITY 5/8/1974 OWNERS HIT CONFISCATORY POLICY A1 LABOR UNIONS 5/8/1974 BOARD, TEACHERS AGREE ON SALARIES A1 ENGAGEMENTS 5/8/1974 GAIL ARROWOOD, FRANK PLOUT JR A21 ENGAGEMENTS 5/8/1974 GERRY COSBY, STEVEN SOUCEK A21 ENGAGEMENTS 5/8/1974 DEBORAH BENEZE, SKIP BUCKLIN A21 ENGAGEMENTS 5/8/1974 JEANNE WELLS, B RONALD DECKER A21 GOVERNMENT, CITY 5/8/1974 NON-CONFORMING INCOME MAY KEEP FLOWING A5 ENGAGEMENTS 5/8/1974 PAM HARLAN, RODNEY STRAUB A21 ENGAGEMENTS 5/8/1974 ANNE MOODY, WILLIAM DUMOND A21 GOVERNMENT, CITY 5/8/1974 UNLIKELY WOE BESETS CITY: A GIFT OF LAND IT DOESN'T WANT A5 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/8/1974 NO ACTION TAKEN ON EXPANDED MOORAGE A5 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/8/1974 OWNERS HIT CONFISCATORY POLICY A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/8/1974 COMBS PROMOTED TO SERGEANT (COMBS, ROBERT) A4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/8/1974 MAJOR CRIME IN KIRKLAND DOWN IN '73, CHIEF REPORTS A3 ENGAGEMENTS 5/8/1974 DELLA AVERY, CHARLES BURNETT A21 OBITUARIES 5/8/1974 KUHN, ARTHUR C4 OBITUARIES 5/8/1974 ARMSTRONG, ALBERT C4 OBITUARIES 5/8/1974 SNELL, OPAL C4 OBITUARIES 5/8/1974 LUCKENBACH, HARRY C4 REAL ESTATE 5/8/1974 REALTOR VIEWS AREA GROWTH (HUFTY, BILL) A6 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/8/1974 NO ACTION TAKEN ON EXPANDED MOORAGE A5 PRESS 5/8/1974 JOURNAL WOMEN WIN FOUR STATE AWARDS A3 OBITUARIES 5/8/1974 VANDEVANTER, AARON C4 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/8/1974 SUPPORT SOUGHT FOR MARITIME MUSEUM AT SAILBOATS EAST SITE A5 WEDDINGS 5/15/1974 PHYLLIS DURAND, CHARLES BAUNSGARD B2 ADS 5/15/1974 1973 AWARDS FOR EAST SIDE JOURNAL B3 EDUCATION 5/15/1974 SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFERS NEWSPAPER TO PUBLIC C1 EDUCATION 5/15/1974 SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS - A KEY TO BETTER UNDERSTANDING C1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 5/15/1974 STATE HEARING SET ON LAKEFRONT CONDOMINIUM A5 BIOGRAPHIES 5/15/1974 WHY WAIT TO BE SUED? (MCINTYRE, HELEN) B1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 5/15/1974 LIQUOR STORE LEASE TO EXPIRE A2 CHARITIES 5/15/1974 SALVATION ARMY SETS JUNE 1 FOR OPENING KIRKLAND OFFICE A1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/15/1974 NEIGHBORS HIT SAILBOATS EAST PLAN A5 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/15/1974 COUNCIL SINKS PLAN TO ACQUIRE LAKE LAND A5 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 5/15/1974 MYSTERY TEAM READY FOR MOSS BAY A3 HEALTH, PUBLIC 5/15/1974 CRISIS CLINIC TO OPEN JUNE 15 B1 MEDICINE 5/15/1974 KIDNEY MACHINE IS LIFE SAVER FOR GIRL, 14 (SAVAGE, SHARON) A1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/15/1974 WHITHER THE WAWONA? HADLEY MARINA EMERGES AS FAVORITE A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 5/15/1974 FREEZE, SLEET OR ILUP, IT'S HEARING DATE IS MONDAY A5 GOVERNMENT, CITY 5/15/1974 COUNCIL MEETING ENDS IN SHOUTING A1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/15/1974 KIRKLANDER FIGHTS US OVER WATERFRONT LAND (ALFRED, DON) A3 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/15/1974 BREAKWATER-MOORAGE PLAN STILL AFLOAT A5 OBITUARIES 5/15/1974 MATTSON, HILMER A4 OBITUARIES 5/15/1974 AFFLECK, ANNA A4 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/15/1974 WHITHER THE WAWONA? HADLEY MARINA EMERGES AS FAVORITE A1 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/15/1974 ALASKA PIPELINE BARGES TO PLY LAKE FROM KENMORE A1 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/15/1974 NEIGHBORS HIT SAILBOATS EAST PLAN A5 OBITUARIES 5/15/1974 WILLIAMS, NETTIE A4 POLITICS 5/15/1974 COMMON CAUSE ZEROS IN ON ISSUES (NORDEEN, BARBARA) A19 PRESS 5/15/1974 JOURNAL PROMOTION JUDGED FIRST IN NATIONAL CONTEST A1 OBITUARIES 5/15/1974 DAVEY, HERBERT A4 OBITUARIES 5/15/1974 COLE, GENEVIEVE A4 OBITUARIES 5/15/1974 TUTTLE, ROSE A4 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 5/15/1974 EVERGREEN HOSPITAL AUXILIARY PREDATES HOSPITAL IT SERVES B1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 5/15/1974 HEAD-ON CRASH BARRIER DUE FOR EVERGREEN THIS YEAR A3 WEDDINGS 5/22/1974 CAROL ROGERS, MARK ALLEN A13 WEDDINGS 5/22/1974 TERRI SLAVSKY, DENNIS SZYPULSKI A14 WEDDINGS 5/22/1974 DIANE HOSEA, PAUL HOLT A13 WEDDINGS 5/22/1974 MELODY TURNGREN, DAVID WEBB A13 BIOGRAPHIES 5/22/1974 STATISTICS NOT THE ISSUE (CARSON, HAROLD) A12 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 5/22/1974 JUANITA CONDOMINIUM FATE FACES APPEALS A1 BIOGRAPHIES 5/22/1974 COOK'S CORNER (EBERHARDT, SUSAN) A13 BIOGRAPHIES 5/22/1974 CIVILIZATION THREATENS ... IS HOBBY NEXT? (GARBER, HARRY) C4 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 5/22/1974 PERMIT ISSUED FOR APARTMENT TENNIS COURTS (YARROW BAY TENNIS AND SAILING CLUB) B12 EDUCATION 5/22/1974 SALARY AGREEMENT GETS BOARD NOD A4 EDUCATION 5/22/1974 DEADLINE APPROACHES FOR BELT-TIGHTENED SCHOOL BUDGET A4 EDUCATION 5/22/1974 SCHOOL BOARD OKAYS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN A4 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 5/22/1974 ROAD CUTS ME OFF, JUANITA MERCHANT COMPLAINS TO COUNTY (KEIFFER, ROY) A1 EDUCATION 5/22/1974 STUDENTS HAVE TOP PRIORITY AT ROSE HILL JH C1 EDUCATION 5/22/1974 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO GRADUATE SENIORS FROM 3 HIGH SCHOOLS A1 EDUCATION 5/22/1974 CAC DISMAYED OVER MAINTENANCE CUT A4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/22/1974 POLICE REPORT CONFESSION TO BURGLARIES A3 ENGAGEMENTS 5/22/1974 DIANE ADLER, RICHARD STOREY A14 HEALTH, PUBLIC 5/22/1974 ALCOHOLISM IS NUMBER ONE DRUG PROBLEM ON EAST SIDE A12 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/22/1974 POLICE ARREST FUGITIVE AFTER SPOTTING VEHICLE B7 GOVERNMENT, CITY 5/22/1974 SHORELINE PROGRAM PASSES, BUT OBJECTORS HAVE MORE TO SAY A3 GOVERNMENT, CITY 5/22/1974 KIRKLAND INTERIM LAND USE PLAN APPROVED A3 ENVIRONMENT 5/22/1974 SIGN SAID TOTEM LAKE, SO IN THEY WENT (DUCKS IN MALL) B2 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/22/1974 SHORELINE PROGRAM PASSES, BUT OBJECTORS HAVE MORE TO SAY A3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/22/1974 WIFE OR BURGLAR? NEXT TIME, CHECK! B7 RECREATION AND SPORTS 5/22/1974 WOMAN NASCAR RACER SCARED BUT GAME (SELBY, VERNA) A5 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 5/22/1974 ROAD CUTS ME OFF, JUANITA MERCHANT COMPLAINS TO COUNTY (KEIFFER, ROY) A1 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 5/22/1974 THE HERALD HOUSE SOCIETY: FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG A1 POLITICS 5/22/1974 KIRKLANDER ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY (SPILLER, PETE) B8 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 FRIDELL, LOUIS B10 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 GARRETSON, BLANCHE B10 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 GELTZ, HELEN B10 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 FORCIER, JOSEPHINE B10 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 5/22/1974 POINTS DRIVE CONSTRUCTION TO START SOON C4 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 5/22/1974 AUXILIARIES SUPPORT VETERANS' GROUPS A12 RECREATION AND SPORTS 5/22/1974 DIETIKER PACES JUANITA TO FOURTH PLACE DISTRICT FINISH A5 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 SELSET, IRENE B10 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 VON ROTZ, LOUISE B10 POLITICS 5/22/1974 BLUECHEL TO RUN FOR STATE SENATE B8 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 MOBLEY, WILLIAM B10 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 BARRICK, FLOYD B10 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 FORTHOFFER, LYDIA B10 OBITUARIES 5/22/1974 FUGITT, DORA B10 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 5/22/1974 ROSE HILL RESIDENTS TO HELP SELECT NEIGHBORHOOD PARK SITE C1 TRANSPORTATION, PUBLIC 5/22/1974 KIRKLAND-KINGSGATE ROUTE TO BE REVISED B2 ROSE HILL 5/22/1974 ROSE HILL RESIDENTS TO HELP SELECT NEIGHBORHOOD PARK SITE C1 WEDDINGS 5/29/1974 KATHY SELVAGE, KERRY CROUSE B3 BIOGRAPHIES 5/29/1974 FIRST THE DREAM, THEN THE CHALLENGE (GANE, MAHLON) B4 BIOGRAPHIES 5/29/1974 COOK'S CORNER (LEWIS, MARLENE) B3 EDUCATION 5/29/1974 FINDING SPACE FOR SPECIAL ED IS MAJOR PROBLEM A6 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 5/29/1974 RODA LEE STORE OPENS AT TOTEM LAKE A6 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 5/29/1974 WAWONA'S EYE VIEW OF KIRKLAND (PHOTO) A1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 5/29/1974 SPEED-UP OF REPOSSESSED HOUSING DOESN'T MEAN EASY BUYING C4 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 5/29/1974 ANNIVERSARY ON SUNDAY (KIRKLAND NAZARENE CHURCH) B7 EDUCATION 5/29/1974 SPECIAL EDUCATION: NEEDS ARE MORE SPACE, PROGRAMS A1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 5/29/1974 600-UNIT CONDOMINIUM PROPOSED ON NORTHUP WAY C4 EDUCATION 5/29/1974 THE INTERNS: THEY'RE IN DISTRICT'S HANDS A2 EDUCATION 5/29/1974 'WHOLE CHUNK IN THE MIDDLE' COVERED IN NEW PROGRAM A6 ENGAGEMENTS 5/29/1974 CONSTANCE DIETIKER, STEVEN GARRISON B4 ENGAGEMENTS 5/29/1974 JANIS LELINSKI, STEVEN LARSON B4 ENGAGEMENTS 5/29/1974 VALERIE BAKER, GLENN KALMUS B4 ENGAGEMENTS 5/29/1974 SUSAN DARGITZ, CLEMENT ZIPP JR B4 ENGAGEMENTS 5/29/1974 LYCIA BEAN, DELBERT BOYD JR B4 LABOR UNIONS 5/29/1974 CENTRAL WAY HANGS ON LABOR SETTLEMENTS A1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 5/29/1974 CITY URGES HADLEY MARINA FOR MUSEUM B5 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 5/29/1974 COMMITTEE HAS RAISED $1200 FOR MOSS BAY A8 LIBRARY 5/29/1974 CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT HELPS SHAPE LIBRARIES C1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/29/1974 POLICE PLAN TO HELP PEOPLE REDISCOVER OPERATION ID B6 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/29/1974 MAN BEFRIENDS MAN; THEN GETS ROBBED B5 MEDICINE 5/29/1974 CORNEA TRANSPLANT RESTORES SIGHT TO YOUNG MOTHER (SIDICK, JEAN) B5 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 5/29/1974 VANDALISM - REPAIRING DAMAGE IS HARD WORK C1 RECREATION AND SPORTS 5/29/1974 REBS TIE FOR SIXTH IN STATE AA TRACK MEET A13 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 5/29/1974 EAST SIDE PROJECTS TO RECEIVE $6 MILLION FROM COUNTY IN '74-75 A1 RECREATION AND SPORTS 5/29/1974 BRENNAN NAMED OUTSTANDING ATHLETE (BRENNAN, TIM) A14 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 5/29/1974 YOUNG LIFE HAS NEAT ATMOSPHERE FOR STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS B2 OBITUARIES 5/29/1974 HJORTH, EDWIN A6 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 5/29/1974 MOTHERS OF TWINS SHARE EXPERIENCES A3 RECREATION AND SPORTS 5/29/1974 REBEL GIRLS TAKE FIFTH IN AA TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS A13 RECREATION AND SPORTS 5/29/1974 JUANITA IN STATE BASEBALL FINALS A13 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/29/1974 WAWONA'S EYE VIEW OF KIRKLAND (PHOTO) A1 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/29/1974 THE WAWONA: A ROUGH AND READY SHIP (PHOTOS) B1 OBITUARIES 5/29/1974 COOKE, AGNES A6 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/29/1974 CITY URGES HADLEY MARINA FOR MUSEUM B5 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 5/29/1974 STERNWHEELER COULD BE 4TH MUSEUM SHIP (PRESTON) B5 OBITUARIES 5/29/1974 KNUTSON, CARL A6 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 5/29/1974 CENTRAL WAY HANGS ON LABOR SETTLEMENTS A1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 5/29/1974 CONTRACT LET FOR SIGNALS ON KIRK-RED ROAD A1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 5/29/1974 EAST SIDE PROJECTS TO RECEIVE $6 MILLION FROM COUNTY IN '74-75 A1 UTILITIES 5/29/1974 METRO ASKS 80-CENT SEWER RATE HIKE A1 PRESS 5/29/1974 NEW JOURNAL STAFFER WAS '72 INTERN (KRAFT, ELAINE) A2 ANNIVERSARIES 6/5/1974 SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED (BURNS, MR AND MRS DAVID) A7 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 'WARM FUZZIES' IS LESSON IN HUMAN RELATIONS (ROBERT FROST) A6 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 SEXISM PROGRAM COSTS DISTRICT $7000 A3 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 LADY MECHANICS LEARN IT'S WHAT'S UNDER THE HOOD THAT COUNTS A7 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 LWHS GRADUATION TONIGHT (NAMES) B2 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 VOC-TECH FEES INCREASED FOR 74-75 A18 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 6/5/1974 COMPROMISE MADE ON LAKE CONDOMINIUM A24 BIOGRAPHIES 6/5/1974 IT'S A LONG WAY FROM JAVA TO JUANITA (GRATAMA, ETA) A7 BIOGRAPHIES 6/5/1974 COOK'S CORNER (GOODNER, OAKLEY) A5 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 CARSON NAMED KJH PLANNING PRINCIPAL (CARSON, GLEN) A3 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 6/5/1974 ANTIQUES ON THE MOVE FROM HOME TO OFFICE B2 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS $23 MILLION BUDGET; ADULT ED BRINGS SHOUTS A3 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 EASY OR FREE? SENIORS DISAGREE (JHS) A2 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 THIS IS GRADUATION WEEK FOR SENIORS A1 DEVELOPMENT 6/5/1974 PLAT HEARING FOR WOODLANE A2 BIOGRAPHIES 6/5/1974 TEACHERS RETIRE TO TEACHING IN THAILAND (JACOBSON, EVA & JOHN) A7 EDUCATION 6/5/1974 STRAUSS SUCCESSOR TO BE NAMED NEXT MONTH (JHS) A2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 6/5/1974 MAN ARRESTED IN LARCENY INVESTIGATION A18 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 6/5/1974 SENTENCING SET IN STABBING CASE (YENNE, DUANE) A1 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 6/5/1974 READY FOR THE CELEBRATION (PHOTO OF FIREFIGHTERS) B2 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 6/5/1974 COUNCIL WORRIED AT PLANS FOR CONCERT A24 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 6/5/1974 BURGLARS TAKE GUNS, JEWELRY A18 JUANITA 6/5/1974 JUANITA ON ITS WAY AFTER THREE YEARS A2 HISTORY, LOCAL 6/5/1974 MOTHER WANTED TO CALL IT ASHVILLE (FRENCH, HARRY) B3 FIRE PROTECTION 6/5/1974 READY FOR THE CELEBRATION (PHOTO OF FIREFIGHTERS) B2 FIRE PROTECTION 6/5/1974 MISPLACED CIGARETTE NEARLY PROVES FATAL (WILCOX, PAUL) A1 LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARD 6/5/1974 SHIPYARDS BUSY, BUT NOT FOR LONG A1 LABOR UNIONS 6/5/1974 PUGET STRIKERS - WAITING FOR A STORM A1 HEALTH, PUBLIC 6/5/1974 'TIL YOU SMOKE YOURSELF TO DEATH (CHIVERS, DAVID / MINOR, DIANA) A1 HISTORY, LOCAL 6/5/1974 SERIES TO FOCUS ON OLD KIRKLAND B3 POLITICS 6/5/1974 CHANDLER, FREEMAN ANNOUNCE FOR VACANT 45TH DISTRICT SEAT A4 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 6/5/1974 PARKS OFFER WIDE CHOICE OF VIEWS, FACILITIES (PHOTOS) B4 ORGANIZATIONS 6/5/1974 JAYCEES ELECT NEW LEADERS A18 OBITUARIES 6/5/1974 BROWN, LAURA A8 OBITUARIES 6/5/1974 COUSENS, BETTY A8 UTILITIES 6/5/1974 POLES COME DOWN (PHOTO) C1 PRESS 6/5/1974 SERIES TO FOCUS ON OLD KIRKLAND B3 OBITUARIES 6/5/1974 SASSEEN, MURREL A8 OBITUARIES 6/5/1974 HINDMAN, CHARLES A8 OBITUARIES 6/5/1974 KILDAY, ELLEN A8 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 6/5/1974 STREET COSTS HIGHER THAN PLANNED A24 RECREATION 6/5/1974 MACBETH WAS A LOUSY FRISBEE PLAYER B1 WEDDINGS 6/12/1974 REBECCA ANN FULLER, GEORGE MIRABELLA B2 WEDDINGS 6/12/1974 LINDA OLSON, THOMAS MAY B1 ANNIVERSARIES 6/12/1974 COUPLE TO BE HONORED (DAARUD, ELMER & MABEL) B2 EDUCATION 6/12/1974 LWHS SYSTEM IS TRADITIONAL (DON'T SAY CONSERVATIVE) A3 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 6/12/1974 CAC ADOPTS BUILDING USE REPORT; SENDS TO SCHOOL BOARD C4 EDUCATION 6/12/1974 LW HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 345 SENIORS A5 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 6/12/1974 GTE OPENS RETAIL TELEPHONE MART A2 EDUCATION 6/12/1974 GRASS IS GREENER OVER HERE, LW STUDENTS AGREE A3 EDUCATION 6/12/1974 JUANITA HS NAMES HOYT OUTSTANDING SENIOR (HOYT, JOHN) A8 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 6/12/1974 TINY CONGREGATION BUILDS OWN CHURCH (COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH) B3 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 6/12/1974 PANELED MURAL IS SENIOR GIFT TO JHS A8 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 6/12/1974 PROGRAM MARKS FAREWELL TO A FRIENDLY OLD SCHOOL (NORKIRK) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 6/12/1974 KIRKLAND WOMAN FINDING SATISFACTION WORKING AS VOLUNTEER (FENN, PAT) D1 BIOGRAPHIES 6/12/1974 COOK'S CORNER (SMITH, BLONDINE) B4 BIOGRAPHIES 6/12/1974 PURPLE KANGAROOS KEPT 'EM HOPPING (HUNTER, LAURA / SWANSON, JEAN) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 6/12/1974 THREE COWS WAS PRICE PAID FOR SWAZILAND BRIDE BY GROOM (DUCKER, CHARLES & SERAPHINA) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 6/12/1974 BJORKLUNDS PROVE FAMILIES CAN LIVE TOGETHER A1 JUANITA 6/12/1974 OLD SLOUGH BRIDGE WAS GREAT ADVANCE A1 JUANITA 6/12/1974 THE OLD AND THE NEW (AERIAL PHOTO OF JUANITA BRIDGES) A1 ENGAGEMENTS 6/12/1974 MARIAN HERBER, EVAN BUTCHER B2 GOVERNMENT, CITY 6/12/1974 KIRKLAND TO UPDATE BUILDING CODE A10 ENGAGEMENTS 6/12/1974 JEANETTE LANDDECK, GARY FITTERER B4 HISTORY, LOCAL 6/12/1974 HOW THE BELL CAME TO PLEASANT BAY C4 MILITARY 6/12/1974 WHO WILL USE THE NIKE SITE? A1 FIRE PROTECTION 6/12/1974 DEATH OF CHINCHILLAS COSTLY (WALTERS, DAVID) A10 FIRE PROTECTION 6/12/1974 CIGARETTE MAY HAVE CAUSED DEATH OF TWO (JURGENSON, DORIS / CLISE, DONALD) A11 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 6/12/1974 DISPUTED PARK CONCERT GOES BEFORE PARK BOARD TONIGHT A1 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 6/12/1974 NEW START FOR HADLEY PROJECT A1 RECREATION AND SPORTS 6/12/1974 CYCLE RACING IS PAIN, STRAIN, ELUSIVE VICTORY (PALMER, PAT) C1 RECREATION AND SPORTS 6/12/1974 SHAMROCKS UNBEATEN, TO PLAY FOR STATE TITLE C1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 6/12/1974 THE OLD AND THE NEW (AERIAL PHOTO OF JUANITA BRIDGES) A1 OBITUARIES 6/12/1974 WINGERT, BETTY C3 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 6/12/1974 OLD SLOUGH BRIDGE WAS GREAT ADVANCE A1 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 6/12/1974 ARBOR GLEN DEDICATED (PHOTO) B5 OBITUARIES 6/12/1974 CLISE, DONALD C3 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 6/12/1974 CENTRAL WAY - LAKE STREET DETOUR PLANNED MONDAY A2 OBITUARIES 6/12/1974 O'LEARY, ELNORA C3 UTILITIES 6/12/1974 DISTRICT SEWER RATES TO GO UP B5 OBITUARIES 6/12/1974 MCQUATTERS, MARY C3 WEDDINGS 6/19/1974 LOYCE FILE, DOUGLAS MATSON B2 WEDDINGS 6/19/1974 HARRIET MCLEAN, DAVID LEE STEWART B2 WEDDINGS 6/19/1974 GERRY CROSBY, STEVEN SOUCEK B2 WEDDINGS 6/19/1974 DEBORAH DEHART, WILLIAM WARNER B2 EDUCATION 6/19/1974 NO SUMMER SCHOOL, BUT SPECIAL PROGRAMS ARE ON B3 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 6/19/1974 MORE HOMEBUILDING PLANS APPROVED IN KIRKLAND A13 EDUCATION 6/19/1974 SCHOOL BOARD STANDS FIRM ON EXTRAS PARITY A8 EDUCATION 6/19/1974 I DIDN'T PROMISE YOU A ROSE GARDEN; I'M ONLY ASKING FOR ONE A8 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 6/19/1974 NEW PERMITS APPROVED FOR OFFICE MARINA A12 EDUCATION 6/19/1974 SPECIAL ED REPORT DELAYED FOR FUTURE FINANCIAL STUDY A17 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 6/19/1974 MORE DELAYS AHEAD FOR KAMIAKIN JH A1 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 6/19/1974 PLANNERS APPROVE HADLEY REVISIONS A13 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 6/19/1974 LUTHERANS ANNOUNCE BUILDING PLANS (KINGSGATE) A9 EDUCATION 6/19/1974 PRINCIPALS, PSE GAIN WAGE APPROVAL A17 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 6/19/1974 ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATED (NORTHWEST COLLEGE) A10 BIOGRAPHIES 6/19/1974 CLIMB LEADS TO NATIONAL EXPOSURE (RAINWATER, JUDY) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 6/19/1974 COOK'S CORNER (MURPHY, DEIRDRE) B2 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 6/19/1974 NEW PERMITS APPROVED FOR OFFICE MARINA A12 GOVERNMENT, CITY 6/19/1974 $400,000 IN WARRANTS TO COVER UNPLANNED DEBTS A12 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 6/19/1974 PLANNERS APPROVE HADLEY REVISIONS A13 LAKE WASHINGTON 6/19/1974 NEAR DROWNINGS WARN OF SUMMER WATER PERILS A1 ENGAGEMENTS 6/19/1974 MARY ELLEN MCCLAIN, BRADLEY KOOLSTRA B2 GOVERNMENT 6/19/1974 CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN WASHINGTON ... TWO PERSONAL SIDES OF A PUBLIC ISSUE A1 JUANITA 6/19/1974 100 ATTEND DEDICATION, DECOMMISSIONING OF BRIDGES (JUANITA) A10 ENVIRONMENT 6/19/1974 RIBCO PLAN FOR COUNTY WATER QUALITY NEARING COMPLETION A4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 6/19/1974 STOP BURGLARY - DIAL OPERATION ID HOTLINE A17 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 6/19/1974 ACTIVE BURGLARS TAKE STEREO GEAR, PISTOLS B4 HEALTH, PUBLIC 6/19/1974 CRISIS LINES OPEN TO TROUBLED B1 HISTORY, LOCAL 6/19/1974 LAKE HOUSE - A TRAVELERS' LANDMARK C1 OBITUARIES 6/19/1974 COGGBURN, DAISEY A18 OBITUARIES 6/19/1974 GRIFFITHS, CECIL A18 OBITUARIES 6/19/1974 STEIN, DONALD A18 RECREATION AND SPORTS 6/19/1974 BASEBALL FANS - THE TOWN TEAM IS BACK! A1 OBITUARIES 6/19/1974 GUSTAFSON, OSCAR A18 OBITUARIES 6/19/1974 TACKSMAN, CRYSTAL A18 OBITUARIES 6/19/1974 MARRS, JOHN JR A18 ORGANIZATIONS 6/19/1974 SENIOR CITIZENS GET NATIONAL CHARTER B1 RECREATION AND SPORTS 6/19/1974 SHAMROCKS WIN SOCCER CROWN A15 RELIGION 6/19/1974 TWO EPISCOPAL CHURCHES MERGE A12 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 6/19/1974 100 ATTEND DEDICATION, DECOMMISSIONING OF BRIDGES (JUANITA) A10 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 6/19/1974 WILL SUBROGATION LEVEL HERALD HOUSE? A3 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 6/19/1974 98TH NE ALIGNMENT EXPLAINED A10 RECREATION AND SPORTS 6/19/1974 TOBEY AND JANA SPEND SUMMERS ON WHEELS (BUTLER) A15 UTILITIES 6/19/1974 RIBCO PLAN FOR COUNTY WATER QUALITY NEARING COMPLETION A4 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 6/19/1974 HERALD HOUSE TAKES SHELTER IN MOSS BAY A3 WEDDINGS 6/26/1974 PAULA KAY JOHNSON, CHARLES ZMIJEWSKI JR B2 ADS 6/26/1974 TOTEM LAKE CENTER - NEW ADDITION A9 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 6/26/1974 SOMETHING STINKS IN THIS SCENE (TREND HOMES) A1 EDUCATION 6/26/1974 $5300 IN GRANTS GIVEN TO DISTRICT SCHOOLS A3 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 6/26/1974 KIRKLAND - LAKE BUILDINGS UPGRADED A8 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 6/26/1974 SKIPPER'S OPENS ON ROSE HILL B6 BIOGRAPHIES 6/26/1974 SARI DISTINGUISHES SCHOOL SECRETARY AS COMING FROM INDIA (RAJGURU, MADHAVI) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 6/26/1974 IF DEBATE IS OKAY, WHY NOT CHESS? (SCHILL, BILL) B1 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 6/26/1974 WHAT'S HAPPENING IN KIRKLAND - BESIDES STREET WORK A8 BIOGRAPHIES 6/26/1974 COOK'S CORNER (ERICKSON, KAREN) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 6/26/1974 DANCE BAND LEADER CLOSES CAREER MAKING SWEET MUSIC (LABRIE, LES) B6 LABOR UNIONS 6/26/1974 GROCERY CLERK STRIKE SETTLED A8 MEDICINE 6/26/1974 LETTER CAMPAIGN ASKED TO BACK MEDIC I PROPOSAL A1 KIRK, PETER AND FAMILY 6/26/1974 DESTINY PLAYS A TRICK ON KIRK, 'PITTSBURGH WEST' A2 LABOR UNIONS 6/26/1974 STRIKER'S HIATUS IS SACRIFICE AND FUN (PUGET SOUND POWER AND LIGHT) A1 LABOR UNIONS 6/26/1974 MILLER ASSUMES LWEA POSITION (MILLER, BILL) A3 LABOR UNIONS 6/26/1974 STRIKES DELAY 100TH NE PROJECT A8 HISTORY, LOCAL 6/26/1974 DESTINY PLAYS A TRICK ON KIRK, 'PITTSBURGH WEST' A2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 6/26/1974 MONEY RECOVERED AFTER CHASE IN PARK A3 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 6/26/1974 MERCHANTS CONTRIBUTE $1605 TO CELEBRATION B6 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 6/26/1974 STRIKES DELAY 100TH NE PROJECT A8 RECREATION AND SPORTS 6/26/1974 BASEBALL DOORS, LOCKED FOR 35 YEARS, ARE OPENING FOR GIRLS (PHOTOS) A12-A13 OBITUARIES 6/26/1974 PETERSON, CARL B3 OBITUARIES 6/26/1974 WATERS, ETHEL B3 OBITUARIES 6/26/1974 GRIFFITHS, CECIL B3 OBITUARIES 6/26/1974 VIELE, ALICE B3 OBITUARIES 6/26/1974 HAMPTON, WILLIAM B3 OBITUARIES 6/26/1974 BRASS, RUTH B3 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 6/26/1974 520 IN REDMOND - A LONG WAIT FOR MISSING LINK A6 TRANSPORTATION, AIR 6/26/1974 EAST SIDE AIRPORT STUDY STILL UNDER CONSIDERATION A3 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 6/26/1974 KIRKLAND BORROWS FOR MARKET PROJECT A3 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 6/26/1974 FIRST DANCE A SUCCESS, HERALD HOUSE IN BUSINESS A1 OBITUARIES 6/26/1974 BECKER, LYNDA B3 BIOGRAPHIES 7/3/1974 MISS WASHINGTON - THIS WINNER IS A BIG LOSER (MOORE, KATHLEEN) A18 EDUCATION 7/3/1974 SCHOOL BOARD RAISES FEES FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE CLASSES B4 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 7/3/1974 KJH SITE BID IS $5000 OVER BUDGET B4 BIOGRAPHIES 7/3/1974 VISITOR TO RUSSIA SEES OFFICIALDOM AT WORK AND BEYOND (DAVIDSON, TATIANA) A1 CATASTROPHES 7/3/1974 ACCIDENTAL DROWNING IN JUANITA (AARSETH, JOYCE) B5 BIOGRAPHIES 7/3/1974 COOK'S CORNER (PARADIS, VIRGINIA) B6 BIOGRAPHIES 7/3/1974 HIGHWAY ENGINEER RETIRES (PERRY, JOHN) B7 DEVELOPMENT 7/3/1974 DEVELOPMENTS GET YES, MAYBE FROM KIRKLAND CITY COUNCIL B7 DEVELOPMENT 7/3/1974 DEVELOPERS DISCOVER SR 520 A3 EDUCATION 7/3/1974 SALARIES UP MORE THAN 8 PER CENT FOR MOST DISTRICT PERSONNEL B4 EDUCATION 7/3/1974 SCHOOL DISTRICT HIRES FOUR BLACK INTERNS B4 CATASTROPHES 7/3/1974 HANG GLIDER MISHAP KILLS MAN (RUTHERFORD, ROBERT) A18 BIOGRAPHIES 7/3/1974 WHERE WILL DUCKY GO? (GROPER, WILLIAM) A1 HISTORY, LOCAL 7/3/1974 THERE'S NO MOSS IN MOSS BAY A5 LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARD 7/3/1974 BIT BY BIT, SHIPYARD DEMOLISHED (PHOTO) B7 ENGAGEMENTS 7/3/1974 DIANE WILLIAMS, DWIGHT VAN INWEGEN A11 FIRE PROTECTION 7/3/1974 FIREWORKS SALE SPARKS FIRES AND PRANKS A1 ENGAGEMENTS 7/3/1974 PAMELA PIPER, MARK MARSHALL A11 GOVERNMENT, CITY 7/3/1974 BZZZZZZZZ ... KIRKLAND BUYS QUIET MOWER B7 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 7/3/1974 MOSS BAY PUTS IT ALTOGETHER FOR THIRD ANNUAL CELEBRATION A5 HOLIDAYS 7/3/1974 FIREWORKS SALE SPARKS FIRES AND PRANKS A1 LABOR UNIONS 7/3/1974 STRIKES, LOCKOUT LOCK UP AREA CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS A1 ENGAGEMENTS 7/3/1974 ELLEN PARDEE, ANDREW WALSH A11 ENGAGEMENTS 7/3/1974 DEBORAH BJERKE, DARRELL KRAFT A11 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/3/1974 BURGLARS TAKE BIG FUR HAUL B7 ENTERTAINMENT 7/3/1974 SHYANNE, BLIND WILLY SET FOR HERALD HOUSE A12 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/3/1974 MOTORCYCLE STOLEN DURING TRIAL B7 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/3/1974 KIRKLAND WOMAN VICTIM B7 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 7/3/1974 SHYANNE, BLIND WILLY SET FOR HERALD HOUSE A12 OBITUARIES 7/3/1974 FORE, IRENE B6 ORGANIZATIONS, MEN 7/3/1974 LIONS CLUB INSTALLS (PHOTO) A3 OBITUARIES 7/3/1974 FUERST, FREDERICK B6 OBITUARIES 7/3/1974 GALLARDO, MANUEL B6 RECREATION AND SPORTS 7/3/1974 SHOTPUTTER TO VIE AT STATE TRACK MEET B3 OBITUARIES 7/3/1974 BROWER, VERNON B6 OBITUARIES 7/3/1974 COMSTOCK, SOFIA B6 OBITUARIES 7/3/1974 THOMAS, IRVING B6 PRESS 7/3/1974 NEW FACES AT THE JOURNAL B8 RECREATION AND SPORTS 7/3/1974 EVERY MORNING IT'S LAPS, LAPS AND MORE LAPS A10 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 7/3/1974 DEVELOPERS DISCOVER SR 520 A3 OBITUARIES 7/3/1974 GAVIN, THOMAS B6 OBITUARIES 7/3/1974 MATA, FEDERICO B6 WEDDINGS 7/10/1974 GRACE ENEY, JERRY LAWRENCE A17 WEATHER 7/10/1974 HOW'S THE WEATHER? (PHOTO OF BARTLESON, DAN AT WEATHER GAUGE) A3 WEDDINGS 7/10/1974 DONNA TAYLOR, RICHARD COSTELLO A15 EDUCATION 7/10/1974 PERUVIAN STUDENT GOES HOME (MEDRANO, ALBERTO) A6 EDUCATION 7/10/1974 GRADUATES NAMED BY NORTHWEST A6 BIOGRAPHIES 7/10/1974 COMMUNITY RESPONDS - DUCKY TO STAY IN KIRKLAND (GROPER, WILLIAM) A1 CHARITIES 7/10/1974 UNITED WAY INCLUDES NEW AGENCIES, PROGRAMS FOR '75 A4 EDUCATION 7/10/1974 LWHS IMAGE CHANGES - ALL FOR THE BETTER A11 BIOGRAPHIES 7/10/1974 PARK BOARD MEMBER IS 'PORT CAPTAIN' (DIECKMANN, GERHARD) A18 BIOGRAPHIES 7/10/1974 COOK'S CORNER (HAYMAN, SALLY) A17 BIOGRAPHIES 7/10/1974 IT'S STILL FUN THIRD TIME AROUND (PRUSS, JACK) A16 BIOGRAPHIES 7/10/1974 MRS STEWART WILL BE HONORED ON 100TH YEAR (STEWART, LYDIA MAY) A13 BIOGRAPHIES 7/10/1974 BOY CITED FOR RESCUE FROM WATER (HERSHBERGER, TERRY) A10 MEDICINE 7/10/1974 HOSPITAL MEDIC I PLAN STALLED A3 MEDICINE 7/10/1974 HOSPITAL FINANCES IMPROVING A3 ENGAGEMENTS 7/10/1974 JILL WOOD-GAINES, DAVID PAULSON JR A17 GOVERNMENT, CITY 7/10/1974 INTERIM ACTION DUE ON CITY GAMBLING A13 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/10/1974 ALARM DISCOURAGES ATTEMPTED BURGLARY A2 GOVERNMENT, CITY 7/10/1974 REQUEST FOR BUILDING CODE WAIVER UNLIKELY TO SUCCEED A13 GOVERNMENT, CITY 7/10/1974 BUILDING CODE IS UPDATED A13 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 7/10/1974 HEARING SET ON ARTERIAL STREET PLAN A13 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 7/10/1974 CREWLESS SCHOONER SIGHTED SAILING IN KIRKLAND WATERS (KAHUNA) A15 STATISTICAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC DATA 7/10/1974 KIRKLAND CENSUS WORKS IN REVERSE A1 POLITICS 7/10/1974 PAUL GUMBEL TO RUN FOR CONGRESS SEAT A6 POLITICS 7/10/1974 SNYDER ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY (SNYDER, ELLA) A2 RECREATION AND SPORTS 7/10/1974 KIRKLAND YOUTHS WIN NATIONAL MAT HONORS (CHAROUHAS, NORM, DAN GORDON) A10 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 7/10/1974 HERALD HOUSE SOCIETY PICKS UP THREE NYC PERSONNEL A18 RECREATION AND SPORTS 7/10/1974 LAKE WASHINGTON HORSE SHOW IS A REAL WHINNYING AFFAIR A9 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 7/10/1974 BRICK ROAD CHAMPIONED TO COUNTY, STATE A1 UTILITIES 7/10/1974 CITY LEVERAGE SOUGHT FOR COUNTY SEWERS A2 UTILITIES 7/10/1974 CITY SEEKS FRANCHISE FOR PROVIDING SEWERS A2 OBITUARIES 7/10/1974 MCCANDLESS, DOLORES A14 OBITUARIES 7/10/1974 SAUNDERS, OMA A14 OBITUARIES 7/10/1974 PALMER, KENRICK A14 OBITUARIES 7/10/1974 TEMPLETON, ALLEN A14 OBITUARIES 7/10/1974 STRICKWERDA, KAREN A14 OBITUARIES 7/10/1974 CARTON, DUANE A14 UTILITIES 7/10/1974 SEWER PROGRESS CONTINUES (CHAMPAGNE POINT) A5 OBITUARIES 7/10/1974 AARSETH, JOYCE A14 ORGANIZATIONS 7/10/1974 AGING - LOCAL GROUPS ARE TRYING TO MAKE IT A LITTLE BETTER A16 WEDDINGS 7/17/1974 JEANNE WELLS, B RONALD DECKER A15 WEDDINGS 7/17/1974 JUDY DAVIS, GARY POWELL A15 WEDDINGS 7/17/1974 CAROL NORINE, RONALD HENRICKSEN A15 ANNIVERSARIES 7/17/1974 FERGUSONS HONORED ON GOLDEN WEDDING (FERGUSON, WALT & FLORENCE) A15 ADS 7/17/1974 TOTEM LAKE UPPER MALL - GRAND OPENING (SPECIAL SECTION) C1 - C20 CHILDREN 7/17/1974 MOSS BAY KIDS' DAY IS SUCCESS A7 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 DISSIGNS NORTHWEST IS PICTURE PLACE C15 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 CONGENIALITY ON PRETZELWICH MENU C16 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 LOVE OF ANIMALS LEADS TO PET SHOP (DENNY'S PET WORLD) C16 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 IT'S NEW AND IT'S THE FRAME UP C17 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 RIBBON CUTTING OPENS SPORTSWEST C15 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 TOTEM BOOK SHOP: A PLACE TO BROWSE C18 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 PIZZA HAVEN TO OPEN C14 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 TOTEM LAKE: EAST MALL AREA LIKE A FRIENDLY VILLAGE C2 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 TWO CONTRACTS WON BY VAUX FIRMS A6 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 7/17/1974 MERCHANTS TO DISCUSS CBD PROPOSAL A6 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 THESE FLOWERS LAST (THE DRIED POPPY) C18 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 THEIR CLIENTS ARE ALL TOP DOGS C14 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 TOTEM FLORISTS ARE FLOWER EXPERTS C14 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 FIRST AID FOR SHOES SMITH'S BUSINESS (H.E.S. SHOE REPAIR) C12 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 7/17/1974 KIRK, KAMIAKIN WORK STILL STALLED A5 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 SPORTSWEST STORE OPENS (PHOTO) A6 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 SUPPLIES FOR HANDIWORK YARN BOUTIQUE SPECIALTIES C18 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 GIVE SMALL FIRMS A CHANCE, BANKSON ASKS CITY COUNCIL A6 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 7/17/1974 THE BELLOWS COME HOME TO ST JOHN'S A1 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 7/17/1974 NEW KINGDOM HALL (SKETCH - JEHOVAH'S WITNESS) A16 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 7/17/1974 SPIRIT OF INDIAN LORE SURROUNDS SHOPPERS (PHOTOS AT TOTEM LAKE) C3 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 7/17/1974 TOTEM LAKE CENTER CELEBRATES OPENING OF NEW EAST MALL AREA A1 EDUCATION 7/17/1974 COACHES', ADVISORS' PAY STILL UNDECIDED BY SCHOOL BOARD A5 EDUCATION 7/17/1974 ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR, JUANITA LEADER WIN APPROVAL A5 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 GENERAL PLANTS IS GREEN AND GROWING C12 BIOGRAPHIES 7/17/1974 R H CONNER CELEBRATES A13 BIOGRAPHIES 7/17/1974 WRITER AND TEACHER IN CONFERENCE ROLES (ANSTETT, AGNES / ROSS, ZOLA) A15 BIOGRAPHIES 7/17/1974 SORRY, GONE FISHING (HOLT, RON & HARRIET) A15 BIOGRAPHIES 7/17/1974 FIRE CHIEF'S COMMITMENT VERY REAL (ELY, BOB) A15 BIOGRAPHIES 7/17/1974 COOK'S CORNER (TEUBNER, LIBBY) A18 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/17/1974 OWLS ARE FAVORED BIRD AT OWL TREE C17 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/17/1974 SNIPER SCARE STIRS ROSE HILL A4 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 7/17/1974 MOSS BAY KIDS' DAY IS SUCCESS A7 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 7/17/1974 GOLDEN AGE QUEEN REIGNS (KINNEY, EMMA) A9 ENGAGEMENTS 7/17/1974 LEANNA STORCH, DANIEL PETTIT A15 GOVERNMENT, CITY 7/17/1974 FUTILITY WINS BY UNANIMOUS VOTE A12 GOVERNMENT, CITY 7/17/1974 EX-KIRKLAND SWEEPER WON'T RETURN TO HAUNT CITY STREETS A12 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 7/17/1974 MOSS BAY CELEBRANTS ENJOY WEEKEND FESTIVITIES (PHOTOS) A2 GOVERNMENT, CITY 7/17/1974 WARRANTS ISSUED TO COVER CASH FLOW A12 ENGAGEMENTS 7/17/1974 VALERIE RUDD, WILLIAM WEYMER A15 MEDICINE 7/17/1974 MEDIC I A QUESTION OF COUNTY FUNDING A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/17/1974 KIRKLAND, REDMOND BELOW AVERAGE IN '74 POLICE COSTS A12 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 7/17/1974 SHORELINE PERMIT BACK FOR REVIEW A10 GOVERNMENT, CITY 7/17/1974 BUILDING CODE DELAYED FOR STUDY A12 UTILITIES 7/17/1974 HOLMES PT DR: WATER LINE REPLACEMENT URGED A3 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 7/17/1974 EXPANSION ASKED FOR OPEN SPACES A3 OBITUARIES 7/17/1974 GRANGER, LILLIAN A24 OBITUARIES 7/17/1974 MCDONOUGH, FRANKLIN A24 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 7/17/1974 RED BRICK ROAD SUPPORTERS STILL ON THE TRAIL B1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 7/17/1974 BIDS ASKED FOR THIRD STREET A5 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 7/17/1974 NO RADIO, NO MONEY, NO HERALD HOUSE CONCERT IN THE PARK B4 ROSE HILL 7/17/1974 KIRKLAND MOVES TO BUILD SEWERS FOR ROSE HILL AREA A1 RECREATION AND SPORTS 7/17/1974 SHOW HORSES (SCHMIDT) A8 POLITICS 7/17/1974 FILING OPENS JULY 29 FOR LEGISLATIVE, JUDICIAL POSTS A5 UTILITIES 7/17/1974 KIRKLAND MOVES TO BUILD SEWERS FOR ROSE HILL AREA A1 UTILITIES 7/17/1974 GENERAL TEL ASKS $5 MILLION RATE INCREASE A6 OBITUARIES 7/17/1974 CRIEZ, KATHERINE A24 WEDDINGS 7/24/1974 ROSALIE NELSON, GRANT OLSON B2 WEDDINGS 7/24/1974 REBECCA LANDER, ALEXANDER ENDZELL B2 BANKS AND BANKING 7/24/1974 CAPITAL SAVINGS TO STAY A5 DEVELOPMENT 7/24/1974 TREND HOMES SEWERS ASSURED A1 EDUCATION 7/24/1974 SUMMER SCHOOL IS EASY AS ABC FOR 130 IN READING PROGRAM A6 EDUCATION 7/24/1974 CAC IS LOOKING FOR MEMBERS, AND A WAY TO PICK THEM B2 BIOGRAPHIES 7/24/1974 FASCINATING FULL-TIME JOB - $100 A MONTH (FROLICH, JUDY) A1 BIOGRAPHIES 7/24/1974 WHERE THE ROAD TAKES HIM, HE GOES (HALVORSEN, LARRY) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 7/24/1974 COOK'S CORNER (HEAVERLO, FRANCES) B3 DEVELOPMENT 7/24/1974 KIRKLAND PLANNERS BOLSTER STAFF FOR STUDY OF LAND USE PRACTICES A2 CHILDREN 7/24/1974 LEARNING TO WORK IS PART OF SUMMER PROGRAM FOR YOUTH B1 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 7/24/1974 QUESTIONS RAISED ABOUT CBD STUDY A5 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 7/24/1974 NEIGHBORS DECRY VIEW OF KIRK SCHOOL A1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 7/24/1974 B.E.S.T. STUDENTS PREPARE NEW HOME A13 ENVIRONMENT 7/24/1974 RIBCO APPROVES WATER STUDY A3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/24/1974 30-YEAR SENTENCE FOR STABBING (YENNE, DUANE) A1 FIRE PROTECTION 7/24/1974 CAT'S HOWLING SAVES COUPLE FROM JUANITA FIRE (HALES, LINCOLN) A1 ENGAGEMENTS 7/24/1974 LORRI BARRETT, STEVEN STOCKDALE B2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/24/1974 OPERATION ID STARTS SECURITY PROGRAM A2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/24/1974 BURGLARS BREAK INTO HAPPY CLAM A2 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 7/24/1974 COMMUNITY CENTER COUNCIL SUPPORTS HERALD HOUSE YOUTH A12 RELIGION 7/24/1974 CHURCH VIEWS ITSELF IN FINDING NEW PASTOR (INGLEWOOD PRESBYTERIAN) A15 POLITICS 7/24/1974 FILING STARTS MONDAY FOR JUDICIAL, LEGISLATIVE POSTS A3 UTILITIES 7/24/1974 TREND HOMES SEWERS ASSURED A1 OBITUARIES 7/24/1974 JOHNSON, DONALD A23 OBITUARIES 7/24/1974 MILLER, WALTER A23 OBITUARIES 7/24/1974 SMILEY, BLANCHE A23 REDMOND 7/24/1974 RECALL CHARGES FILED AGAINST REDMOND'S HULO A1 UTILITIES 7/24/1974 HOLMES POINT ULID MEETING TOMORROW A12 OBITUARIES 7/24/1974 DRAIN, ALICE A23 OBITUARIES 7/24/1974 OSROWSKE, ROBERT A23 OBITUARIES 7/24/1974 GILLILAN, GIBSON A23 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 7/24/1974 CHOOSE AN EAST SIDE PARK FOR LAND AND WATER FUN (PHOTOS AT HOUGHTON & DENNY) A14 WEDDINGS 7/31/1974 JEANNE WALLACE, MICHAEL STEEN B2 WEDDINGS 7/31/1974 KAY IRISH, TERRY GARROW B2 ANNIVERSARIES 7/31/1974 GOLDEN WEDDING DATE (CASE, SHIRLEY & HARRY) B2 ART AND CULTURE 7/31/1974 THE CELLAR GALLERY GOES NAUTICAL FOR SHOW B2 BIOGRAPHIES 7/31/1974 IF YOU'RE A LUFKIN, MEET ART SMITH A3 EDUCATION 7/31/1974 STUDENT DRIVERS LEARN MORE THAN HOW TO OPERATE AUTOMOBILE A19 EDUCATION 7/31/1974 SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES NEW STIPEND SCHEDULE A4 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 7/31/1974 AFTER 100 YEARS, THE FRENCH HOUSE (PHOTOS) B1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 7/31/1974 ... SO MANY BEAUTIFUL ROSES (FRENCH HOME) A1 BIOGRAPHIES 7/31/1974 DERELICT VESSEL HAS NEW MISSION (PAINE, DAVID) A1 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 7/31/1974 AFTER 100 YEARS, THE FRENCH HOUSE (PHOTOS) B1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 7/31/1974 STRIKE CONTINUES TO DELAY MAJOR PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION A3 EMPLOYMENT 7/31/1974 PERSONAL INTEREST OFFSETS FINDING JOB BY COMPUTER C1 BIOGRAPHIES 7/31/1974 LEFT, RIGHT, THROUGH THE SUMMER (BENNETSEN, JIM) B3 BIOGRAPHIES 7/31/1974 COOK'S CORNER (HAY, DIANE) B4 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 7/31/1974 IS IT COLD ENOUGH? USE A RYAN INSTRUMENT TO KNOW FOR SURE A5 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 7/31/1974 ... SO MANY BEAUTIFUL ROSES (FRENCH HOME) A1 CATASTROPHES 7/31/1974 CHILD, 3, DROWNS AT PARK A19 HISTORY, LOCAL 7/31/1974 ... SO MANY BEAUTIFUL ROSES (FRENCH HOME) A1 HISTORY, LOCAL 7/31/1974 AFTER 100 YEARS, THE FRENCH HOUSE (PHOTOS) B1 ENGAGEMENTS 7/31/1974 COLEEN HOBERG, MICHAEL BALDWIN B2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 7/31/1974 BURGLARS BREAK INTO DOCTOR'S OFFICE A4 LABOR UNIONS 7/31/1974 STRIKE CONTINUES TO DELAY MAJOR PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION A3 MEDICINE 7/31/1974 COUNTY CAN'T FUND MEDIC I FOR SINGLE AREA, REAMS SAYS A1 POLITICS 7/31/1974 TIME TO BEAT MAGGIE - METCALF A1 POLITICS 7/31/1974 EAST SIDE INCUMBENTS FILE FOR REELECTION A2 OBITUARIES 7/31/1974 ASHER, FLOSSIE B7 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 7/31/1974 SELL A BRICK, SAVE A ROAD A6 OBITUARIES 7/31/1974 HUBER, R JAMES B7 OBITUARIES 7/31/1974 CLARK, RONALD B7 OBITUARIES 7/31/1974 LINDQUIST, RICHARD B7 OBITUARIES 7/31/1974 GASSLER, MARK B7 WEDDINGS 8/7/1974 TERESA YULY, ROBERT BRUNSWICK JR B2 ANNIVERSARIES 8/7/1974 ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED (OLIVER, MR AND MRS HERBERT) A14 EDUCATION 8/7/1974 SPENCER TO BE HONORED SATURDAY (SPENCER, JACK) A5 EDUCATION 8/7/1974 NEW DIRECTOR NAMED FOR SCHOOL PLANNING, CONSTRUCTION (JANSEN, CHARLES) A13 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 8/7/1974 FINAL PLANS FOR KJH OKAYED A5 BIOGRAPHIES 8/7/1974 COOK'S CORNER (SNIDER, KAY) B3 BIOGRAPHIES 8/7/1974 HE FITS, HE'S OKAY, NOW HE'S MAKING SURE OTHERS SURVIVE (GRAHAM, GORDON) A1 BIOGRAPHIES 8/7/1974 A LIFEGUARD'S RESPONSIBILITY IS AWESOME B2 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 8/7/1974 COMPETITION ARISES FOR STUDY OF DOWNTOWN A3 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 8/7/1974 FLAME SOLD TO VETERAN RESTAURATEUR A3 EDUCATION 8/7/1974 SALARIES APPROVED; SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS STAFF REDUCTION POLICY A10 BIOGRAPHIES 8/7/1974 ICE SKATES SHELVED FOR DAY A WEEK (WILSON, NANCY) B2 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 8/7/1974 IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO SAVE THE FRENCH HOUSE A4 BIOGRAPHIES 8/7/1974 CYCLING FAMILY'S TEST TRIPS LEAD TO TREK AROUND OLYMPIC PENINSULA (TEAGUE) B1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 8/7/1974 DRAW IN SCHOOL, PUBLIC 'FENCING' MATCH (KIRK ELEMENTARY) A11 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 8/7/1974 CONGREGATION REBUILDS HOLY SPIRIT EDIFICE A14 EDITORIALS 8/7/1974 IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO SAVE THE FRENCH HOUSE A4 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 8/7/1974 NO ANSWER MEANS GO FOR HADLEY MARINA A1 BIOGRAPHIES 8/7/1974 LW ADULT ED INSTRUCTOR PUBLISHES PHOTOGRAPHY TEXT (KENNEDY, FERN) A20 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 8/7/1974 BEAUTY SCHOOL MOVING TO NEW LOCATION (GLORIA'S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY) A3 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 8/7/1974 SEAFAIR COMES TO KIRKLAND A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/7/1974 KIRKLAND STRUGGLES WITH SEWAGE - AND REGIONAL POLICE A5 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 8/7/1974 NO ANSWER MEANS GO FOR HADLEY MARINA A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 8/7/1974 KIRKLAND STRUGGLES WITH SEWAGE - AND REGIONAL POLICE A5 GOVERNMENT, CITY 8/7/1974 BUILDING CODE ACTION TABLED FOR A MONTH A5 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/7/1974 BURGLARY SUSPECT ARRESTED IN STORE A2 OBITUARIES 8/7/1974 OTTOSEN, LAWRENCE A22 PRESS 8/7/1974 JOURNAL WINS NATIONAL AWARD A1 UTILITIES 8/7/1974 KIRKLAND STRUGGLES WITH SEWAGE - AND REGIONAL POLICE A5 POLITICS 8/7/1974 FILING BRINGS OPPOSITION FOR ALL INCUMBENTS A1 OBITUARIES 8/7/1974 ERICKSEN, AINA A22 OBITUARIES 8/7/1974 GIRARD, JACK A22 OBITUARIES 8/7/1974 NOBLE, FRANK A22 REDMOND 8/7/1974 ONE CHARGE UPHELD; WARRANTS HULO RECALL A1 OBITUARIES 8/7/1974 DAHL, R A A22 EDUCATION 8/14/1974 PRESIDENTS MESSAGE: THIS DISTRICT IS COMMITTED TO INDIVIDUAL B3 EDUCATION 8/14/1974 SCHOOL SCHEDULES SET FOR COMING YEAR B3 DEVELOPMENT 8/14/1974 BUILDING CODE DEBATE: WILL RESTRICTIONS CURB DEVELOPMENT A5 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 8/14/1974 HADLEY PIER EXTENSION REQUIRES NEW PERMIT A5 EDUCATION 8/14/1974 LWSD LAUNCHES GIFTED-CHILD PROGRAMS D1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 8/14/1974 PLANNERS DENY PORTABLE MOVE; OK ZONING ORDINANCE CHANGES A12 DEVELOPMENT 8/14/1974 LAND USE PLANNING: WHO WILL TURN THE SPADE OF DECISION A3 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 8/14/1974 DEMOLITION STAYED, BUT EXILE LIKELY FOR FRENCH HOUSE A1 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 8/14/1974 COMMITTEE TO LOOK AT INDUSTRIAL PARK A5 EDUCATION 8/14/1974 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS KEEP STAFFS BUSY B3 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 8/14/1974 DEMOLITION STAYED, BUT EXILE LIKELY FOR FRENCH HOUSE A1 CHILDREN 8/14/1974 SUMMER '74 SOON WILL BE A MEMORY (PHOTOS) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 8/14/1974 COOK'S CORNER (SELSTEAD, ARLYS) A11 BIOGRAPHIES 8/14/1974 FROM TRANSPORTATION TO FOOD, BOB PLUMB'S HIS OWN MAN D1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 8/14/1974 COUNTY TO CONSIDER REVISED JUANITA CONDOMINIUM PLAN A1 EDUCATION 8/14/1974 PETER KIRK, LAKEVIEW TO DOUBLE SHIFT B1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 8/14/1974 CONSTRUCTION: WHERE WE ARE: WHERE WE SHOULD BE B1 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 8/14/1974 THE ROSE HILL SKIPPER'S: A SEAFOOD SHANTY WITH CLASS A8 EDUCATION 8/14/1974 SQUADS SAY GOODBYE TO SPENCER (SPENCER, JACK) A15 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 8/14/1974 HADLEY PIER EXTENSION REQUIRES NEW PERMIT A5 GOVERNMENT, CITY 8/14/1974 FOOD ADDED TO FUN FOR OLDER ADULTS A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 8/14/1974 BUILDING CODE DEBATE: WILL RESTRICTIONS CURB DEVELOPMENT A5 ENVIRONMENT 8/14/1974 THROW-AWAY OIL COSTS CITY PLENTY A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/14/1974 IF IT'S SPEEDERS OR WAWONA JUMPERS, CALL THE MARINE PATROL A1 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 8/14/1974 REDMOND BICYCLE DERBY AUG 16, 17, 18 A6 JUANITA 8/14/1974 COUNTY TO CONSIDER REVISED JUANITA CONDOMINIUM PLAN A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/14/1974 ARMED MAN IN KINGSGATE AREA CAUGHT, ESCAPES D4 MEDICINE 8/14/1974 COUNTY WILL MEET MEDIC I PART WAY A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/14/1974 BURGLARS TAKE WAWONA ANTIQUES A3 POLITICS 8/14/1974 JUSTICE RALLS TO RUN A23 ROSE HILL 8/14/1974 OPPONENTS RAP ROSE HILL SEWER PLAN A12 UTILITIES 8/14/1974 OPPONENTS RAP ROSE HILL SEWER PLAN A12 REDMOND 8/14/1974 CHARGES HELD AGAINST MAYOR YOUNG A1 OBITUARIES 8/14/1974 MCHOES, LESLIE A23 ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN 8/14/1974 WOMEN LOOK AT VOLUNTEERISM A11 ORGANIZATIONS, SERVICE 8/14/1974 LEGION POSTS ARE MERGING C1 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 8/14/1974 IF IT'S SPEEDERS OR WAWONA JUMPERS, CALL THE MARINE PATROL A1 OBITUARIES 8/14/1974 LUKEVICH, ALEX A23 OBITUARIES 8/14/1974 ATWOOD, STANLEY A23 OBITUARIES 8/14/1974 OSTERMAN, KIMBERLY A23 WEDDINGS 8/21/1974 ANNE MOODY, WILLIAM DUMOND B3 WEDDINGS 8/21/1974 DOROTHY KAY MEYERS, ROBERT TOMCO B3 BANKS AND BANKING 8/21/1974 EVERGREEN BANK TO OPEN IN INGLEWOOD A10 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 8/21/1974 WHOEVER THE AUTHOR, QUEST FOR HOUSE IS A CLIFFHANGER (FRENCH HOUSE) A5 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 8/21/1974 ALL THAT BOTHER OVER AN OLD HOUSE (FRENCH HOUSE) A5 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 8/21/1974 JUANITA CONDOMINIUM APPROVED BY COUNTY A2 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 8/21/1974 ALL THAT BOTHER OVER AN OLD HOUSE (FRENCH HOUSE) A5 EDUCATION 8/21/1974 GRANT, BOARD OKAY GIVES SCHOOLS JOBS A13 EDUCATION 8/21/1974 LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH TO HAVE NEW ATTENDANCE POLICY A13 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 8/21/1974 STRIKES ENDING; AREA CONSTRUCTION RESUMING A1 CHILDREN 8/21/1974 CAMP, KIDS AND HOBO STEW (PHOTOS) A17 DEVELOPMENT 8/21/1974 COUNTY PLAYS BIG PART IN LAND PLANNING A8 BIOGRAPHIES 8/21/1974 VOLUNTEERS DO HAVE A CHOICE (PITTINGER, LOIS) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 8/21/1974 COOK'S CORNER (HOWARD, LOIS) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 8/21/1974 MAYBE YOU CAN AFFORD THAT POOL! (TIMMONS, WARREN) A10 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 8/21/1974 WHOEVER THE AUTHOR, QUEST FOR HOUSE IS A CLIFFHANGER (FRENCH HOUSE) A5 MEDICINE 8/21/1974 NEW PEDIATRICIAN DISCUSSES ROLE (TATTONI, DIANA) B2 MEDICINE 8/21/1974 HOSPITAL WEIGHS MEDIC 1 SPECIAL LEVY A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 8/21/1974 EASING OF GAMBLING RESTRICTIONS TABLED A18 LABOR UNIONS 8/21/1974 STRIKES ENDING; AREA CONSTRUCTION RESUMING A1 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 8/21/1974 REDMOND BICYCLE DERBY HAD SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE (PHOTOS) B1 JUANITA 8/21/1974 JUANITA CONDOMINIUM APPROVED BY COUNTY A2 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/21/1974 HIGH COURT MAY KNIFE SCHOOL LEVIES A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/21/1974 ANTI-CRIME SERVICES OFFERED IN KIRKLAND C1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/21/1974 CITIZENS PREPARE TO T.R.Y. FOR JUVENILE COURT COMMITTEE A2 TRANSPORTATION, AIR 8/21/1974 AIRPORT STUDY QUESTION IN COUNTY COUNCIL COMMITTEE A8 OBITUARIES 8/21/1974 SIMMONS, THOMAS A2 RECREATION AND SPORTS 8/21/1974 CHALK UP TWO TITLES FOR TYEE/BEL-KIRK A1 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 8/21/1974 WAWONA DISPLAYS REMOVED (PHOTO) A3 RECREATION AND SPORTS 8/21/1974 TWO WINS AND KIRKLAND WILL BE CHAMPS A1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 8/21/1974 SIMONDS ROAD, OTHER COUNTY ROAD PROJECTS ARE UNDERWAY C4 WEDDINGS 8/28/1974 JILL WOOD-GAINES, DAVID PAULSON B2 WEDDINGS 8/28/1974 DEBBIE BERTO, TOM NORTON B2 ANNIVERSARIES 8/28/1974 COUPLE TO BE HONORED ON GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY (HAFSAHL, MR AND MRS HENRY) B2 EDUCATION 8/28/1974 PLANNING UNDERWAY FOR NEW KJH PROGRAMS A16 EDUCATION 8/28/1974 BUILDING LEADER FINDS CHALLENGE IN NEW JUANITA HIGH POST A17 EDUCATION 8/28/1974 JUANITA EVALUATION FINDS GENERAL RECORD OF PROGRESS A17 EDUCATION 8/28/1974 NORKIRK TEACHERS PLAN FOR TEAM TEACHING A17 EDUCATION 8/28/1974 FREE, REDUCED LUNCHES TO BE OFFERED IN AREA SCHOOLS B4 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 8/28/1974 SCHOOLS: OPENING DAY, DOUBLE SHIFT, STRIKES, 18000, CONSTRUCTION A1 EDUCATION 8/28/1974 SCHOOLS: OPENING DAY, DOUBLE SHIFT, STRIKES, 18000, CONSTRUCTION A1 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 8/28/1974 ST PAUL'S CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY C1 BIOGRAPHIES 8/28/1974 CHAMPION WEIGHT PULLERS SU AND KASH VISIT HERE (PIERCE, WILBUR) C1 BIOGRAPHIES 8/28/1974 THAT'S HIM ... UNCLE BUD! (BURNSIDE, JEFF) A1 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 8/28/1974 WHAT? SAVE THE ARMORY? A2 BIOGRAPHIES 8/28/1974 GRUNDOON HAS BEEN FOUND (GREER, BETH) A3 DEVELOPMENT 8/28/1974 LOCAL PLANNERS TACKLE LAND USE ICEBERG A3 BIOGRAPHIES 8/28/1974 LIKE A TIME CLOCK, PUNCH IT TWICE (ROBERTS, BELLE & HUMPHREY) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 8/28/1974 COOK'S CORNER (WAHLER, SADIE) B3 BIOGRAPHIES 8/28/1974 SINGLE LIVING POSES CHALLENGES (BURHEN, BILL) B2 BUILDINGS, GOVERNMENTAL 8/28/1974 WHAT? SAVE THE ARMORY? A2 MEDICINE 8/28/1974 VISION REHABILITATION PURPOSE OF LIONS' VISION CLINIC A8 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 8/28/1974 BICENTENNIAL GROUP FORMING1 A1 FIRE PROTECTION 8/28/1974 FIRE PROTECTION SPARKS COUNCIL DISCUSSION A11 MILITARY 8/28/1974 NIKE-SITE FUTURE USE STILL UNDECIDED A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/28/1974 COCAINE SEIZURE INVOLVES REDMOND COMPANY; 8 POUNDS FOUND HERE FRIDAY (O'BRIEN WATER SKI) A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/28/1974 TWO BOYS HELD FOR ARMED ROBBERY C4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/28/1974 TAPE DECK, HUBCAPS ARE STOLEN A8 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/28/1974 TOOL THEFTS REPORTED A13 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/28/1974 MARIJUANA PLANTS DISCOVERED; POLICE SAY FIND AVERAGE A13 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 8/28/1974 SEARCH CONTINUES FOR CLUES FOR 'TED', MISSING WOMEN (BUNDY, TED) A12 MEDICINE 8/28/1974 COMMISSIONERS HAMMER OUT MEDIC I FUNDING A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 8/28/1974 FIRE PROTECTION SPARKS COUNCIL DISCUSSION A11 OBITUARIES 8/28/1974 WILLARD, FRANCES B4 ROSE HILL 8/28/1974 COUNCIL FORMS NEW ROSE HILL L.I.D. C4 RECREATION AND SPORTS 8/28/1974 TYEE/BEL-KIRK FINISHES FOURTH IN NATIONAL TOURNAMENT A15 UTILITIES 8/28/1974 COUNCIL FORMS NEW ROSE HILL L.I.D. C4 PRESS 8/28/1974 JOURNAL WILL COME LATER FOR SOME A1 TRANSPORTATION, AIR 8/28/1974 FIRST STEPS TAKEN TOWARDS EAST SIDE AIRPORT STUDY A11 OBITUARIES 8/28/1974 WOLFROM, DANIEL B4 OBITUARIES 8/28/1974 SCALES, MARIE B4 ADS 9/4/1974 TOTEM LAKE CENTER - INDIAN FESTIVAL DAYS (SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT) D1-D12 BIOGRAPHIES 9/4/1974 LOCAL WOMAN SAVES LIFE (HOUGHTON, MARTI) A5 BIOGRAPHIES 9/4/1974 I REALLY DIG A LUMP OF CLAY (RASH, CHARLES) A4 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 9/4/1974 ENGELITOS NEW NAME FOR YAZZOLINO'S A21 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 9/4/1974 PROMOTION TAKES WHITE FROM AREA (WHITE, M RAY) A21 BIOGRAPHIES 9/4/1974 KIRKLAND HISTORY AWAKENS INTEREST (ELY, ARLINE) A13 BIOGRAPHIES 9/4/1974 COOK'S CORNER (WHEELER, TINA) C1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 9/4/1974 KAMIAKIN WILL OPEN SUNDAY FOR PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION TOURS A7 EDUCATION 9/4/1974 CRYSTALS, ROCKETS AND GIFTED STUDENTS MARK LWSD BEGINNINGS B4 BIOGRAPHIES 9/4/1974 THE SIMPLE LIFE MEANS HARD WORK FOR JUANITA FIRE CHIEF (DORGAN, MAURICE "DICK") A1 CATASTROPHES 9/4/1974 MAN DROWNS (MARIN, PASCUAL) A6 FIRE PROTECTION 9/4/1974 BRUSH FIRES RAMPANT A6 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 9/4/1974 BICENTENNIAL GROUP SEEKS MEMBERS A1 FIRE PROTECTION 9/4/1974 FIREMEN GO FOUR DAYS, 13 HOURS A7 HISTORY, LOCAL 9/4/1974 KIRKLAND HISTORY AWAKENS INTEREST (ELY, ARLINE) A13 ENGAGEMENTS 9/4/1974 KAREN SUE ANDERSON, GARY DAMRON A13 ENGAGEMENTS 9/4/1974 JANET SALTER, DAVID JOHNSON A13 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 9/4/1974 YOUTH HELD FOR BURGLARY A6 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 9/4/1974 INDECENT EXPOSURE REPORTED A7 GOVERNMENT, CITY 9/4/1974 GAMBLING UNDER CONTROL, BOOM MAY COME A1 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 9/4/1974 MEMBERS SOUGHT TO WORK WITH YOUTH AND LAW (T.R.Y.) A13 POLITICS 9/4/1974 CANDIDATES EXPRESS VIEWS IN THIS WEEK'S JOURNAL A1 OBITUARIES 9/4/1974 SMITH, EDITH C4 OBITUARIES 9/4/1974 LUCAS, MABEL C4 OBITUARIES 9/4/1974 O'REILLY, MARGARET C4 RECREATION AND SPORTS 9/4/1974 LAKE WASHINGTON CROSS COUNTRY TEAM IS AFTER LEAGUE TITLE B1 OBITUARIES 9/4/1974 TORETICH, ANNA C4 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 9/4/1974 $18000 CRAFT BURNS, SINKS (DRAKE, CHARLES) A1 OBITUARIES 9/4/1974 MACLEAN, JOHN C4 RECREATION AND SPORTS 9/4/1974 THEY'RE NUMBER TWO, AND THEY LIKE IT (KIRKLAND NATIONALS) A1 WEDDINGS 9/11/1974 BEVERLY CASSEDAY, MICHAEL BRITTON B1 WEDDINGS 9/11/1974 LAUREL BUPP, WILLIAM MILLER B1 WEDDINGS 9/11/1974 HEIDI ROSE, LESTER HENDRICKSON B1 ANNIVERSARIES 9/11/1974 COUPLE HONORED ON ANNIVERSARY (SCOTT, CARLOS & LALA) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 9/11/1974 I'LL BE 86 IN DECEMBER AND I'M PROUD OF MY AGE (TILLMAN, FLORENCE) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 9/11/1974 PROBLEM SOLVING CALLS FOR INVENTION (NAKASHIMA, TED) D1 BIOGRAPHIES 9/11/1974 NO PIGEONHOLES FOR THIS MAN (RAWSON, DAVE) B1 EDUCATION 9/11/1974 ASSOCIATED STUDENT CARD USES HELD IN ABEYANCE BY SCHOOL BOARD A11 BIOGRAPHIES 9/11/1974 COOK'S CORNER (WARNER, MARGARET) A9 DEVELOPMENT 9/11/1974 BUILDERS WIN MAIN BUILDING CODE POINT A5 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 9/11/1974 HOLDING UP THE ARCHWAY (PHOTO AT KJHS) A15 DEVELOPMENT 9/11/1974 CITIZEN ESSENTIAL PART OF LAND PLANNING A9 CHILDREN 9/11/1974 CONFERENCE COMMITTEE TO BEGIN WORK IN JANUARY A15 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 9/11/1974 FRENCH HOUSE ISN'T GOING TO WHIDBEY ISLAND; FUTURE UNCERTAIN A3 EMPLOYMENT 9/11/1974 NEW OFFICE BRINGS EMPLOYERS - JOB SEEKERS TOGETHER D1 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 9/11/1974 FRENCH HOUSE ISN'T GOING TO WHIDBEY ISLAND; FUTURE UNCERTAIN A3 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 9/11/1974 B.E.S.T. MOVE WINS NEW CONSIDERATION A2 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 9/11/1974 DETOUR IN DOWNTOWN (MAP) A2 BIOGRAPHIES 9/11/1974 RECEPTION PLANNED TO FETE JOANNE GUNDERSON CARNER A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 9/11/1974 KIRKLAND POLICE ARREST TWO MEN A3 GOVERNMENT, CITY 9/11/1974 $970,000 KIRKLAND BOND ISSUE LIKELY A1 MEDICINE 9/11/1974 EVERGREEN SEEKS BALANCED BUDGET A15 HISTORY, LOCAL 9/11/1974 RED BRICK ROAD HISTORICAL SITE A8 FIRE PROTECTION 9/11/1974 FIRE PREVENTION IS FIGHTERS' CAUSE A8 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 9/11/1974 PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE NOW DEALS EFFECTIVELY WITH WHITE COLLAR CRIMES A10 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 9/11/1974 BICENTENNIAL GROUP MARKS SOME PROGRESS A12 GOVERNMENT, CITY 9/11/1974 BUILDERS WIN MAIN BUILDING CODE POINT A5 MEDICINE 9/11/1974 COUNTY, HOSPITAL MOVE ON MEDIC I FUNDING A1 ENVIRONMENT 9/11/1974 THE BERRIES ARE PRETTY; THEY KILL (DEADLY NIGHTSHADE) A2 UTILITIES 9/11/1974 WD 79 FAVORS G.O. BONDS FOR FINANCING A21 RECREATION AND SPORTS 9/11/1974 SOCCER IS KICKING; LEVELING OFF YEAR FINDS 30 PER CENT GAIN C2 RECREATION AND SPORTS 9/11/1974 SOCCER (PHOTOS) C3 POLITICS 9/11/1974 PRIMARY ELECTION TUESDAY: CANDIDATES SPEAK OUT A1 POLITICS 9/11/1974 NIXON HAS SUFFERED ENOUGH, RESIDENTS SAY A1 RECREATION AND SPORTS 9/11/1974 JOANNE TO PLAY ARNIE (CARNER, JOANNE GUNDERSON) C4 RECREATION AND SPORTS 9/11/1974 JOANNE'S HISTORY IS FULL OF VICTORIES, TOP GOLF PLAY (CARNER, JOANNE GUNDERSON) C4 ROSE HILL 9/11/1974 NO VOTE ON ROSE HILL ANNEXATION A2 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 9/11/1974 RED BRICK ROAD HISTORICAL SITE A8 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 MILLHUFF, DALE A11 PRESS 9/11/1974 SHARPEN YOUR PENCILS, FANS, HERE COMES THE ROSE BOWL CONTEST C1 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 FUNK, DOROTHY A10 TRANSPORTATION, AIR 9/11/1974 FUTURE OF EAST SIDE AIRPORT STUDY DEPENDS ON CITIES A21 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 9/11/1974 FERRY SAN MATEO APPEARS HEADED FOR SEATTLE BERTH A20 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 9/11/1974 BRIDGE REPAIR TO START A13 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 9/11/1974 DETOUR IN DOWNTOWN (MAP) A2 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 PETERSON, LIANNE A10 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 ENGEL, MYRON A10 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 STUBENRAUCH, FRANCES A10 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 HANSEN, CARMEN A11 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 GILBERT, IDA A10 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 O'HARA, JAMES A11 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 WEINZ, EWALD A11 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 ABON, ROSA A11 OBITUARIES 9/11/1974 GASPARD, ANNA A11 WEDDINGS 9/18/1974 VICTORIA BERGSETH, JOSEPH WALLACE A10 WEDDINGS 9/18/1974 JORDEEN HILL, FORREST ANDERSON A10 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 9/18/1974 MOSS BAY MARITIME BUILDING AND MARINA (SKETCH) A5 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 9/18/1974 HADLEY MARINA ALMOST READY TO START A1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 9/18/1974 CENTRAL SCHOOL GETS GIFTED PAINT JOB (PHOTO) A2 BIOGRAPHIES 9/18/1974 SCOTT RETURNS TO SCHOOL AT HOME (COMBS, SCOTT) A8 CHARITIES 9/18/1974 BIKE-A-THON TO BENEFIT DIABETICS C1 DEVELOPMENT 9/18/1974 SURVEYS REQUIRED OF KIRKLAND BUILDERS A3 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 9/18/1974 APARTMENT ZONING ASKED ON 122ND A20 BIOGRAPHIES 9/18/1974 COOK'S CORNER (MINOR, REX) A9 DEVELOPMENT 9/18/1974 BONDS, NEW LAW BLAMED FOR DELAYING TREND SEWERS A1 EDUCATION 9/18/1974 20 HIRED IN SCHOOL'S AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN C3 EDUCATION 9/18/1974 SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS - ARE THEY FORGOTTEN A8 EDUCATION 9/18/1974 IMAGINATION, MEDIA ARE NEW JOB TOOLS (NEWMAN, JOAN) A8 EDUCATION 9/18/1974 HEAD START WORKER CHARGES SCHOOL DISTRICT WITH DISCRIMINATION A7 EDUCATION 9/18/1974 PEOPLE ADDED TO JHS SNACK BAR A20 EDUCATION 9/18/1974 5 NAMED SCHOLARSHIP SEMI-FINALISTS A20 EDUCATION 9/18/1974 PUBLIC WILL HAVE CHANCE TO TELL SCHOOLS ABOUT SCHOOLS A2 EDUCATION 9/18/1974 HALF DISTRICT'S STUDENTS RIDE SCHOOL BUSES A1 BIOGRAPHIES 9/18/1974 EXCUSE ME, IF YOU'LL PARDON THE EXPRESSION (GOODNER, OAKLEY) A1 DEVELOPMENT 9/18/1974 AUGUST PERMITS $1.3 MILLION A5 EDUCATION 9/18/1974 ACTIVITY DIRECTORS WORRIED ABOUT FUNDS; EXPLAIN ASB USES A6 ENVIRONMENT 9/18/1974 BEAR SIGHTED IN BRIDLETRAILS A1 MEDICINE 9/18/1974 HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS PUT SERVICE ABOVE PAY FOR THEIR WORK C7 GOVERNMENT, CITY 9/18/1974 BRENNAN TO LEAD BOND ISSUE CAMPAIGN (BRENNAN, JIM) C8 GOVERNMENT, CITY 9/18/1974 COUNCIL VOTES BONDS ON TO NOV 5 BALLOT A3 HISTORY, LOCAL 9/18/1974 RETIRED TEACHER RECALLS 4 JUANITA BRIDGES (WATSON, ANITA) (PHOTOS) C7 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 9/18/1974 KIRKLAND WATERFRONT PROGRAM APPROVED A11 JUANITA 9/18/1974 RETIRED TEACHER RECALLS 4 JUANITA BRIDGES (WATSON, ANITA) (PHOTOS) C7 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 9/18/1974 POPULARITY BRINGS PROBLEMS AT MARINA A11 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 JOHNSON, CALVIN D A19 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 9/18/1974 RETIRED TEACHER RECALLS 4 JUANITA BRIDGES (WATSON, ANITA) (PHOTOS) C7 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 9/18/1974 EVERGREEN BRIDGE CLOSED NIGHTS STARTING SEPT 23 A20 RECREATION 9/18/1974 YOU CAN RIDE YOUR BIKE FOR MORE THAN JUST FUN C1 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 BOGE, MIMMIE A19 UTILITIES 9/18/1974 BONDS, NEW LAW BLAMED FOR DELAYING TREND SEWERS A1 UTILITIES 9/18/1974 PAY PHONE CALL TO COST EXTRA NICKEL A5 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 9/18/1974 BIG FINN HILL PARK IS NEW PLACE TO HIKE, EXPLORE (PHOTOS) B1 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 FLANAGAN, BRUCE A19 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 FITZGERALD, LENA A19 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 SHANKS, ROBERTA MAY A19 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 KIMBER, MELVA A19 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 LADE, ELMER A19 RECREATION AND SPORTS 9/18/1974 SENIOR BABE RUTH TEAM IN DEBT - NEARLY $4500 A15 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 GEOGHEGAN, BESSIE A19 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 JOHNSON, WALTER A19 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 CRAWFORD, LETHA A19 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 DAVIDEK, ALBERT A19 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 DEICKMILLER, LOUISE A19 OBITUARIES 9/18/1974 SMITH, IDA A19 WEDDINGS 9/25/1974 VALERIE RUDD, BILL WEYMER A16 WEDDINGS 9/25/1974 WENDY JOHNSTON. STEVEN CONOVER A16 WEDDINGS 9/25/1974 GAYLE WARNER, HENRY MCVAY A16 BANKS AND BANKING 9/25/1974 BANK MANAGER CHANGE MADE AT NB OF C A11 AGRICULTURE 9/25/1974 BLACK SHEEP IN FAMILY NO DISGRACE TO SPINNER (BRUCE, ANN) A12 DEVELOPMENT 9/25/1974 MORE ACTION NOT LIKELY IN SUBDIVISION CONTROVERSY A6 CHARITIES 9/25/1974 UNITED WAY SERVICES AID AREA RESIDENTS A2 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 9/25/1974 PLANNERS REQUEST REVISED SITE PLAN FOR APARTMENTS C1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 9/25/1974 NEW OPENING DATES SET FOR KAMIAKIN, PETER KIRK A1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 9/25/1974 NC BUILDING PLANS OKAYED A2 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 9/25/1974 BUSINESS IS SAILING ALONG IN FLOATING OFFICE (KUIPERS, DAVE) C3 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 9/25/1974 FUEL SITUATION UNCERTAIN OPERATORS SAY A1 BIOGRAPHIES 9/25/1974 COOK'S CORNER (SCHROEGEL, ELOISE) C2 BIOGRAPHIES 9/25/1974 YOUNG DIVER EXPLORES THE UNKNOWN (TRYON, VIC) A14 EDUCATION 9/25/1974 BOARD SETS TARGET PRIORITIES FOR STUDY DURING 1974-75 YEAR A2 EDUCATION 9/25/1974 IF YOU DOUBLE SHIFT THE EXTENDED DAY AND THEN ADD PORTABLES ... C1 BIOGRAPHIES 9/25/1974 HOMETOWN FANS WELCOME RETURNING JO ANNE CARNER (GUNDERSON) B4 MEDICINE 9/25/1974 WHERE IS HOSPITAL PLAN IF COUNTY FUNDS MEDIC I A3 ENGAGEMENTS 9/25/1974 DEBI ANN YOUNG, JOHN KELLY A16 GOVERNMENT 9/25/1974 INCUMBENTS WIN IN LOW TURNOUT PRIMARY A3 ENGAGEMENTS 9/25/1974 DEBORAH MOSER, TERRY GIBSON A16 GOVERNMENT, CITY 9/25/1974 CITY COUNCIL, AND STAFF STUDY PLANNING A6 MILITARY 9/25/1974 ONE KIRKLANDER MAY NEVER COME HOME AGAIN (DRAFT EVADER) A1 MILITARY 9/25/1974 CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE REVIEWS NIKE SITE PROPOSAL A1 OBITUARIES 9/25/1974 DICKINSON, IRMENGARDE A22 ORGANIZATIONS 9/25/1974 ALCENAS: LAST RESORT FOR THE DESPERATE (COUGHLIN, JERRI) A1 RECREATION AND SPORTS 9/25/1974 TO BE A HUSKY, WHETHER THEY INVITED ME OR NOT (BROOKS, GREG) B1 OBITUARIES 9/25/1974 THOMAS, GRACE A22 TRANSPORTATION, RAIL 9/25/1974 RAILROADING ON THE EAST SIDE (PHOTOS) A9 OBITUARIES 9/25/1974 WEYER, WILLIAM A22 OBITUARIES 9/25/1974 LINCOLN, RICHARD A22 OBITUARIES 9/25/1974 MILLER, EDITH A22 OBITUARIES 9/25/1974 OLSON, EDWIN A22 OBITUARIES 9/25/1974 ARMSTRONG, RUBY A22 OBITUARIES 9/25/1974 JONSSON, AGNES A22 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 9/25/1974 KIRKLAND TRAILS CROSSING OF I-405 ON HIGHWAY AGENDA A1 PRESS 9/25/1974 SPORTS COLUMNIST JOINS JOURNAL STAFF (PEDERSON, BOB) B2 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 9/25/1974 TOLL BRIDGE CLOSURE AVOIDED THIS MONTH A5 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 10/2/1974 ROOF RAISING AT SDA SCHOOL (PHOTO) A2 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 10/2/1974 YARROW BAY PROJECT NEARS COMPLETION (PHOTOS) A1 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 10/2/1974 CONCERT TO DEDICATE ST JOHN'S CHURCH ORGAN A14 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 10/2/1974 MEDIC I AND SCHOOL HOUSING ON PROGRAM OF C OF C A1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 10/2/1974 THE SANDS CONVERTS TO CONDOMINIUMS A10 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 10/2/1974 MEDIC I AND SCHOOL HOUSING ON PROGRAM OF C OF C A1 BIOGRAPHIES 10/2/1974 COOK'S CORNER (WHITINGER, LEON) A8 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 10/2/1974 CHET THE CHILI KING EXPANDS; INTERNATIONAL CUISINE A14 EDUCATION 10/2/1974 ALL EXCUSES HELD EQUAL AT LWHS A10 CHARITIES 10/2/1974 THE POOR, THE HUNGRY KEEP COMING BACK TO THE KIRKLAND FOOD BANK A1 EDUCATION 10/2/1974 SEVEN NEW FACES JOIN JUANITA STAFF A7 GOVERNMENT, CITY 10/2/1974 COMMUNITY COUNCILS MEET TO DISCUSS REMOVAL OF VETO A1 GOVERNMENT 10/2/1974 TWO YEARS IN D.C. - ENERGY, ECONOMY, WATERGATE DOMINATE (PRITCHARD, JOEL) A3 HOUGHTON 10/2/1974 COMMUNITY COUNCILS MEET TO DISCUSS REMOVAL OF VETO A1 MEDICINE 10/2/1974 MEDIC I AND SCHOOL HOUSING ON PROGRAM OF C OF C A1 MEDICINE 10/2/1974 HOSPITAL BUDGET OF $3.7 MILLION GOES TO HEARING C1 MILITARY 10/2/1974 NIKE SITE PLAN MAY WIN APPROVAL THIS MONTH A1 JUANITA 10/2/1974 JUANITA-WOODINVILLE WAY AT BID STAGE A6 OBITUARIES 10/2/1974 EVANS, ROBERT B4 OBITUARIES 10/2/1974 WEGENER, GERALDINE B4 OBITUARIES 10/2/1974 CLARKE, DOROTHY B4 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 10/2/1974 JUANITA-WOODINVILLE WAY AT BID STAGE A6 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 10/2/1974 ROAD UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT SOUTH END OF CENTER (TOTEM LAKE) A5 RECREATION AND SPORTS 10/2/1974 THIS HOT DOG HAS A RIGHT TO BE (MILLER, BOB) B1 UTILITIES 10/2/1974 SEWER CONSTRUCTION STARTS A6 UTILITIES 10/2/1974 WATER LINE BREAKS DOWNTOWN A2 TRANSPORTATION, PUBLIC 10/2/1974 METRO TO HEAR PUBLIC TONIGHT ON EAST SIDE PARK-AND-RIDE C1 OBITUARIES 10/2/1974 PEMBERTON, KENNETH B4 WEDDINGS 10/9/1974 LORRI BARRETT, WAYNE STOCKDALE B2 BANKS AND BANKING 10/9/1974 GRAND OPENING FOR CAPITAL SAVINGS A8 BANKS AND BANKING 10/9/1974 LW GRADUATE JOINS BANK OF KIRKLAND (BELOTE, STEVE) A8 ANNIVERSARIES 10/9/1974 ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED (DEBOCK, REV AND MRS RON) B2 ANNIVERSARIES 10/9/1974 COUPLE TO CELEBRATE 65TH ANNIVERSARY (ROWE, MR AND MRS GROVER) B2 ART AND CULTURE 10/9/1974 MURAL BLENDS DREAM AND ARTISTRY (RASMUSSEN, SHARON) A2 BIOGRAPHIES 10/9/1974 HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO SPEND A SUMMER IN ARMPIT, WY? (LANE, BRYAN) C1 BIOGRAPHIES 10/9/1974 COOK'S CORNER (PATEL, URMILA) B3 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 10/9/1974 WALLCOVERING SHOP SETS GRAND OPENING (COVERED WALL) A7 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 10/9/1974 LW SHOPS TO BE REMODELED A21 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 10/9/1974 SPRAY CANS MARK SCHOOLS WITH REMINDERS OF RIVALRY A3 EDUCATION 10/9/1974 IF IT'S AFTERNOON, THIS MUST BE KAMIAKIN B2 EDUCATION 10/9/1974 OFFICIAL RETURNS ... 17,630 IN SCHOOL A9 EDUCATION 10/9/1974 SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES $23.6 MILLION BUDGET; UP 11 PER CENT A21 EDUCATION 10/9/1974 NEW LIBRARIAN IS NO STRANGER TO SCHOOL (PICKERING, BOB) A2 EDUCATION 10/9/1974 ASB'S IN DEBT; BOARD WAITS TO DETERMINE FUTURE ACTION A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 10/9/1974 COUNCIL WAIVES FREEZE ON REZONES A7 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/9/1974 SPRAY CANS MARK SCHOOLS WITH REMINDERS OF RIVALRY A3 MEDICINE 10/9/1974 COUNTY AND HOSPITAL MEDIC I PROGRAMS ON SCHEDULE C1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/9/1974 OFFICER BILL IS YOUR FRIEND (STOKES, BILL) B6 GOVERNMENT 10/9/1974 WALKIN' WILL WILL SPEAK OUT (KNEDLIK, WILL) A6 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/9/1974 BURGLARS MORE ACTIVE IN KIRKLAND A10 GOVERNMENT, CITY 10/9/1974 INCREDULOUS COUNCIL OKAYS SUBDIVISION AMENDMENT A8 GOVERNMENT, CITY 10/9/1974 NEW CHAIRMAN NAMED FOR CITY BOND ISSUE (BREWER, BOB) A10 FIRE PROTECTION 10/9/1974 NEW LAWS ADD TO FIREFIGHTING COSTS A1 STATISTICAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC DATA 10/9/1974 OFFICIAL RETURNS ... 17,630 IN SCHOOL A9 PRESS 10/9/1974 EAST SIDE LIVING SECTION STARTS TODAY A1 PRESS 10/9/1974 JOURNAL WINS NINE AWARDS A1 ORGANIZATIONS, CHILDREN 10/9/1974 HERALD HOUSE ENDS FIRST SUMMER; CALLED VERY SUCCESSFUL A3 UTILITIES 10/9/1974 NO ROOM FOR INDIVIDUALISTS ON CITY SEWERS A1 OBITUARIES 10/9/1974 MIELONEN, ELMER A20 OBITUARIES 10/9/1974 SLAVENS, CAROL A20 OBITUARIES 10/9/1974 DONAHUE, EMMA A20 OBITUARIES 10/9/1974 MERTON, MINNIE A20 OBITUARIES 10/9/1974 PARKHURST, BLANCHE A20 OBITUARIES 10/9/1974 FLAGG, CARRIE A20 OBITUARIES 10/9/1974 PHELPS, DALLAS A20 ART AND CULTURE 10/16/1974 HOME TALENT LAUDED BY CELLAR GALLERY (RICHARDS, JANET) A12 EDUCATION 10/16/1974 KIRKLAND, REDMOND CHAMBERS FAVOR YEAR-AROUND SCHOOL OPTION A10 CHILDREN 10/16/1974 SCHOOLING, ATTITUDES IMPROVED, BUT HANDICAPPED NEED GROUP HOME A2 EDUCATION 10/16/1974 VISITORS TO JUANITA HIGH SCHOOL A23 EDUCATION 10/16/1974 OWL PELLETS GIVE KIDS ANATOMICAL INSIGHT C1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 10/16/1974 ENCROACHMENT ON CITY LAND SLOWS CONDOMINIUM PLANS A11 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 10/16/1974 SEVEN PROPOSALS RECEIVED FOR KIRKLAND CBD STUDY A11 DEVELOPMENT 10/16/1974 STATE SEEKS DEVELOPERS FOR 300 ACRES A1 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 10/16/1974 KIRKLAND, REDMOND CHAMBERS FAVOR YEAR-AROUND SCHOOL OPTION A10 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 10/16/1974 SCHOOL DISTRICT COULD GET NIKE SITE BY JANUARY A5 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 10/16/1974 KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH BID TOTALS $2.6 MILLION A5 BIOGRAPHIES 10/16/1974 PROBLEM: TO FILL THE SHOES OF VERNA BAILEY B3 BIOGRAPHIES 10/16/1974 COOK'S CORNER (POSTFOROOSH, JUDY B3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/16/1974 POLICE RECOVER STEREO GEAR, TWO CARS A4 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/16/1974 KIRKLAND STORE WAS EVACUATED, BUT BOMB THREAT WAS A HOAX A5 HEALTH, PUBLIC 10/16/1974 OUTREACH TEAM: READY FOR HOUSE CALLS TO PEOPLE IN CRISIS B1 MILITARY 10/16/1974 SCHOOL DISTRICT COULD GET NIKE SITE BY JANUARY A5 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/16/1974 FIRST KIRKLAND BLOCK WATCH SET TO STOP BURGLARY A17 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 10/16/1974 THE BICENTENNIAL? WELL, WHEN IS IT? C1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/16/1974 APPREHENDED RUNAWAY RE-ESCAPES A6 UTILITIES 10/16/1974 UTILITY RATE INCREASE DUE IN KIRKLAND A1 RELIGION 10/16/1974 CAYCE STUDY GROUP FORMS ON EAST SIDE B2 OBITUARIES 10/16/1974 RICHMOND, JAMES A16 OBITUARIES 10/16/1974 PRIMEAU, PETER A16 OBITUARIES 10/16/1974 KRANTZ, CLEMENT A16 OBITUARIES 10/16/1974 WINTER, LUCILLE A16 OBITUARIES 10/16/1974 PRICE, JOYCE T A16 OBITUARIES 10/16/1974 WETMORE, ROY A16 OBITUARIES 10/16/1974 PEARCE, DONALD A16 RECREATION AND SPORTS 10/16/1974 GIRLS' SPORTS: MOVING TOO SLOW ... OR TOO FAST? A1 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 10/23/1974 BURNED CHURCH WAS 'ONLY A BUILDING' (ROSE HILL PRESBYTERIAN) A1 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 10/23/1974 PLANNERS TO CONSIDER 'GOLDEN ARCHES' SIGN A5 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 10/23/1974 INDUSTRIAL PARK AT BOTTOM OF REGIONAL PRIORITY LIST A5 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 10/23/1974 INDUSTRIAL PARK WOULD BRING CHANGES A5 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 10/23/1974 STREET USE PERMIT OKAYED FOR MARINA A17 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 10/23/1974 COUNCIL TO HEAR INDUSTRIAL PARK PLAN A1 BIOGRAPHIES 10/23/1974 A BARB, A BEER AND A FIGHT CAN HELP - IF YOU'RE HARD-HEADED A1 EDUCATION 10/23/1974 RECORD ENROLLMENT (NORTHWEST COLLEGE) A17 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 10/23/1974 FIRE DESTROYS ROSE HILL CHURCH (PRESBYTERIAN) A2 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 10/23/1974 FABRIC STORE AT NEW-OLD LOCATION (SYLVIA'S FABRICS) A5 BIOGRAPHIES 10/23/1974 HOW TOUGH CAN THINGS BE BEFORE THEY STOP LOOKING UP? (HAWKINS, ROSE) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 10/23/1974 COOK'S CORNER (SHANNON, JEAN) B2 EDUCATION 10/23/1974 LAVERNE C HALL NAMED NEW SCHOOL AFFIRMATIVE ACTION HEAD A9 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 10/23/1974 KAMIAKIN WILL GET $18,000 FOR ACTIVITIES A9 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/23/1974 TWICE BARE ON THE CORNER WORTH ONE HARBORVIEW TRIP A23 GOVERNMENT 10/23/1974 JACKSON, MEEDS SPEAK IN KIRKLAND A10 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/23/1974 KPD GOING DOOR-TO-DOOR WITH ANTI-BURGLARY PACKET C4 GOVERNMENT, CITY 10/23/1974 KIRKLAND BOND ISSUE RESCHEDULED A1 FIRE PROTECTION 10/23/1974 FIRE DESTROYS ROSE HILL CHURCH (PRESBYTERIAN) A2 FIRE PROTECTION 10/23/1974 BURNED CHURCH WAS 'ONLY A BUILDING' (ROSE HILL PRESBYTERIAN) A1 ENGAGEMENTS 10/23/1974 BRENDA UNDERWOOD, ROBERT LYONS B2 RECREATION AND SPORTS 10/23/1974 FLETCHINGS AND PUNCTURED WALLS: MARK OF THE ARCHER (BENSEL, EARL) A14 OBITUARIES 10/23/1974 ANDERSON, MARIE A23 OBITUARIES 10/23/1974 EXENDINE, ROBERT A23 OBITUARIES 10/23/1974 STENSLAND, HALVOR A23 ORGANIZATIONS 10/23/1974 NORTHWEST SEAPORT SEEKS MEMBERS A3 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 10/23/1974 CLASS BUILDS SHELTER IN PARK (EVEREST) A10 UTILITIES 10/23/1974 PARTICIPATION NOT UNANIMOUS A5 EDUCATION 10/30/1974 LOTS OF PEOPLE AT KANG, 'STANG HOMECOMINGS B1 EDUCATION 10/30/1974 VOC-TECH EXPECTS 360% INCREASE BY '79 A3 EDUCATION 10/30/1974 FIVE EXCHANGE STUDENTS AT LWHS FROM THREE LANDS C3 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 10/30/1974 PROPOSED RATE INCREASES HIT APARTMENTS HARDEST A5 BUILDINGS, GOVERNMENTAL 10/30/1974 FIRE STATION COMPLETION NOV 15 C8 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 10/30/1974 'GOLDEN ARCHES' SIGN TOO HIGH FOR PLANNERS A6 CHARITIES 10/30/1974 UNITED WAY AT 73% A8 BIOGRAPHIES 10/30/1974 LIFE WITH LITTLE OLD WINEMAKER ANYTHING BUT DILL (BROWN, STU) C1 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 10/30/1974 TOTEM LAKE ROOF SECTION FALLS A8 DEVELOPMENT 10/30/1974 RURAL ZONING REQUESTED FOR HOLLYWOOD HILLS AREA A6 BIOGRAPHIES 10/30/1974 FROM NOVELTY HILL TO SEATTLE ON FOOT - FOR $2.16 GROSS (PETERSON, A W) C4 BIOGRAPHIES 10/30/1974 COOK'S CORNER (WARNER, VERDA) C9 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 10/30/1974 CBD CONSULTANT SELECTION DUE A8 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 10/30/1974 FROM AN ARMY SITE TO A CAMPUS A2 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 10/30/1974 MAYOR ENCOURAGES INDUSTRIAL PARK EFFORT A7 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 10/30/1974 ARRESTS CLEAR UP BURGLARIES, POLICE SAY A7 HISTORY, LOCAL 10/30/1974 FROM NOVELTY HILL TO SEATTLE ON FOOT - FOR $2.16 GROSS (PETERSON, A W) C4 MILITARY 10/30/1974 NIKE SITE HAS 20-YEAR HISTORY A3 HEALTH, PUBLIC 10/30/1974 SURVEY OFFERS MAP TO FILL GAPS IN HEALTH SERVICES A17 FIRE PROTECTION 10/30/1974 FIRE STATION COMPLETION NOV 15 C8 MEDICINE 10/30/1974 FINANCING: BIG MEDIC 1 QUESTION - LEVY PASSAGE WOULD SPUR ACTION A1 MEDICINE 10/30/1974 NO CONFLICT SEEN BETWEEN EVERGREEN, COUNTY EFFORTS A1 MILITARY 10/30/1974 OFFICIALS ELATED OVER PENDING NIKE SITE ACQUISITION A1 RECREATION 10/30/1974 EAST SIDERS - UN-FLOSSED, UN-BUSED BICYCLING FREAKS A17 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 10/30/1974 EAST NORWAY HILL PARK DISCUSSION SET C8 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 10/30/1974 'SO THIS IS MARSH PARK ... NOT MUCH HERE FOR KIDS" (PHOTOS) B4 ORGANIZATIONS 10/30/1974 ASSOCIATED VINTNERS: PINOT IS A NOISY WINE C1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 10/30/1974 TRAFFIC SIGNAL IN USE AT 100TH NE - NE 124TH C5 OBITUARIES 10/30/1974 RANDALL, TOM A18 POLITICS 10/30/1974 TUESDAY'S BALLOT INCLUDES STATE, NATIONAL CANDIDATES A1 OBITUARIES 10/30/1974 SHERWOOD, HAUPHREY A18 ORGANIZATIONS, SERVICE 10/30/1974 AMERICAN LEGION POSTS MERGE B7 WEDDINGS 11/6/1974 DEBORAH BENEZE, LYNN BUCKLIN III B2 EDUCATION 11/6/1974 SCHOOLS CALL FOR INTERGOVERNMENTAL GROWTH MEETING A6 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 11/6/1974 SCHOOL BUILDING USE PLANS DRAW CRITICISM A1 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 11/6/1974 TOUR OF PETER KIRK WILL BE HELD SUNDAY A6 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 11/6/1974 TAXES, TIME TAKE TOLL OF JUANITA HOMESTEAD (BOYD, MARY WOLD) C1 BUILDINGS, GOVERNMENTAL 11/6/1974 RIBBON CUTTING (PHOTO AT FINN HILL FIRE STATION) A13 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 11/6/1974 TAXES, TIME TAKE TOLL OF JUANITA HOMESTEAD (BOYD, MARY WOLD) C1 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 11/6/1974 HADLEY SUBMITS BUILDING PLANS FOR MARINA CONSTRUCTION A1 EDUCATION 11/6/1974 ROYALTY, LAUGHS MARK JUANITA HOMECOMING B6 DEVELOPMENT 11/6/1974 HOUSING, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS INCLUDE KIRKLAND, REDMOND A2 EDUCATION 11/6/1974 HEAD START: I DON'T KNOW WHAT'S HAPPENING ANYMORE A8 BIOGRAPHIES 11/6/1974 WHAT CAN YOU DO WHEN YOU DON'T KNOW WHOM TO BE ANGRY AT? (MERRILL, CAROL JEAN) A1 BIOGRAPHIES 11/6/1974 (HAY), THAT'S SOME PRESENT A2 BIOGRAPHIES 11/6/1974 COOK'S CORNER (LECKNESS, MYRA) B3 BIOGRAPHIES 11/6/1974 TAXES, TIME TAKE TOLL OF JUANITA HOMESTEAD (BOYD, MARY WOLD) C1 BIOGRAPHIES 11/6/1974 CREATIVE EFFORT COMBINES POTS AND PLANTS (FREEBURG, BEV / YELLE, HATE) C4 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 11/6/1974 CBD STUDY FIRM SELECTED - FINANCING NEEDED C4 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 11/6/1974 IT'S GLITTER AND SHINE TIME (FASHION PHOTOS) B1 JUANITA 11/6/1974 PROGRAM TO REVIEW TRANSPORTATION PLANS FOR JUANITA AREA C1 HOLIDAYS 11/6/1974 CARVING CONTEST ALMOST DIDN'T HAPPEN A20 FIRE PROTECTION 11/6/1974 RIBBON CUTTING (PHOTO AT FINN HILL FIRE STATION) A13 FIRE PROTECTION 11/6/1974 FD 41 WINS SECOND FOR FIREMANSHIP A7 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 11/6/1974 YOUTH TAKES OWN LIFE (GRAVES, KENNETH) A7 ENVIRONMENT 11/6/1974 TO FOOL A DUCK ... OR QUACKING IN THE GRASS B5 HISTORY, LOCAL 11/6/1974 TAXES, TIME TAKE TOLL OF JUANITA HOMESTEAD (BOYD, MARY WOLD) C1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 11/6/1974 FIVE KIRKLAND BURGLARIES REPORTED A2 HEALTH, PUBLIC 11/6/1974 MENTAL HEALTH TEAM MOVES TO COMMUNITY B2 HEALTH, PUBLIC 11/6/1974 SURVEY POINTS TO 'LIFE CRISIS' FOR MANY EAST SIDERS A3 GOVERNMENT, CITY 11/6/1974 FROM HAMBURGERS TO EGG-IN-THE-FACE - A STUDENT'S PRIMER ON CITY GOVERNMENT A1 ORGANIZATIONS 11/6/1974 SQUARE DANCE CLUB TO NOTE 25TH ANNIVERSARY B2 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 BOZORTH, ALBERTA A12 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 THOMPSON, FREDRICK A12 UTILITIES 11/6/1974 NEW WATER RATES: CONSERVATION SAVES A7 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 WOOMER, ANNA A12 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 ESTEY, RUTH A12 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 KNAPP, RUSSELL A12 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 GEDDIS, WALTER SR A12 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 HUGHES, FRANK A12 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 BARKER, OTTILIE A12 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 DARLAND, CHARLES A12 TRANSPORTATION, PUBLIC 11/6/1974 PROGRAM TO REVIEW TRANSPORTATION PLANS FOR JUANITA AREA C1 TRANSPORTATION, PUBLIC 11/6/1974 METRO URGED TO CONSIDER FERRYING PEOPLE TO KIRKLAND A3 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 11/6/1974 THIRD STREET DUE FOR REDUCED IMPROVEMENTS A1 OBITUARIES 11/6/1974 SERGEANT, DONALD A12 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 11/13/1974 SMALL WOODINVILLE TANNERY HAS WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION (ROYAL FUR DRESSING) A16 EDUCATION 11/13/1974 HOW MANY PEOPLE DO YOU KNOW WHO HAVE ACTUALLY PAINTED A BILLBOARD? A1 BIOGRAPHIES 11/13/1974 GEORGE CROOK'S HOBBY HAS GOLDEN REWARDS B4 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 11/13/1974 COUNCIL READY TO BACK STUDY OF KIRKLAND CBD A18 BIOGRAPHIES 11/13/1974 COOK'S CORNER (PETER, MARGARET) B2 DEVELOPMENT 11/13/1974 MAYOR LEADS MOVE TOWARDS CHANGES IN VITULLI ZONING A18 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 11/13/1974 READY TO MOVE (PHOTO AT HOLY SPIRIT LUTHERAN) A9 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 11/13/1974 A GOOD THING AT LITTLE BOX IN MARINA PARK (CHET THE CHILI KING) A8 BIOGRAPHIES 11/13/1974 ANGRY HOUSEWIFE CONTINUES CRUSADE AGAINST INFLATION (MERRILL, CAROL JEAN) A10 EDUCATION 11/13/1974 LWHS SCIENCE STUDENTS CLEAR PATH BETWEEN SCHOOLS C1 EDUCATION 11/13/1974 SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS DESIGN CHRISTMAS CARDS A7 EDUCATION 11/13/1974 MULTI-RACIAL LEARNING IS GOAL OF TASK FORCE A11 MILITARY 11/13/1974 NIKE SITES DECLARED SURPLUS A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 11/13/1974 NEW TAXES ASKED TO EASE INFLATED '75 KIRKLAND BUDGET A1 LABOR UNIONS 11/13/1974 METRO STRIKE HITS HARD A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 11/13/1974 COUNCIL READY TO BACK STUDY OF KIRKLAND CBD A18 HISTORY, LOCAL 11/13/1974 KIRKLAND HISTORY IS BICENTENNIAL PROJECT A8 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 11/13/1974 PRESCRIPTION ABUSE BRINGS DRUG WOES TO EAST SIDE A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 11/13/1974 STOLEN CAR SEIZED, SUSPECT FLEES A6 MEDICINE 11/13/1974 HEALTHY YES VOTE ASSURES MEDIC 1 A3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 11/13/1974 FIGHTING DRUG ABUSE: FRUSTRATION FOR GROUP A3 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 HAWKINS, LLOYD A17 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 HALVERSON, ESTHER A17 POLITICS 11/13/1974 3-PART BOND ISSUE PROPOSED FOR KIRKLAND A1 POLITICS 11/13/1974 EAST SIDE REPUBLICANS BUCK NATIONAL DEMO SWEEP A1 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 LEE, MARGARET A17 TRANSPORTATION, LAKE 11/13/1974 VOC-TECH REPAIRS WAWONA ENGINE A9 PRESS 11/13/1974 OLSON LEAVES JOURNAL STAFF, ADAMS NAMED AD MANAGER A6 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 DRAGELAND, PATRICIA A17 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 HANES, IVA A17 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 MERKEL, ALMA A17 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 SVENSON, SYLVIA A17 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 BUSTAD, HALDOR A17 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 HAGER, RAYMOND A17 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 GRAVES, KENNETH A17 OBITUARIES 11/13/1974 GRAY, WILLIAM A17 WEATHER 11/20/1974 THREATENING SKIES OVER LAKE WASHINGTON (PHOTO) A1 BANKS AND BANKING 11/20/1974 BANK OF KIRKLAND STARTS NEW HOME OFFICE (PHOTO) A2 DEVELOPMENT 11/20/1974 ULTIMATUM ASKED FOR SALES SITE A7 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 11/20/1974 YARROW BAY OFFICES OPENING SET A21 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 11/20/1974 KIRK TO GET $7500 ALL-WEATHER PLAYFIELD A5 BIOGRAPHIES 11/20/1974 COOK'S CORNER (SPITZER, ISABELLE) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 11/20/1974 98TH BIRTHDAY HONORED (GALVIN, NETTIE) B3 BUILDINGS, HISTORIC 11/20/1974 FRENCH HOUSE OFFERED NEW LEASE ON LIFE A4 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 11/20/1974 SCHOOL BOARD TURNS DOWN TENNIS COURTS, ATHLETIC FIELD AT KJH A5 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 11/20/1974 OLSEN'S MARKET PLACES UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP A2 EDUCATION 11/20/1974 YEAR-ROUND SCHOOL, NEW BUILDINGS TOP INCONCLUSIVE POLL A1 EDUCATION 11/20/1974 LEARNING DISABILITY GROUP ASKS PROGRAM FUNDING A5 EDUCATION 11/20/1974 PARENT'S SEARCH FOR HELP FRUSTRATING, FUTILE A5 EDUCATION 11/20/1974 TEXT BOOKS GET CLOSE LOOK FROM DISTRICT A9 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 11/20/1974 SIZE IS SECONDARY WHEN HAPPY DAY'S FOOD IS AT STAKE A12 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 11/20/1974 TAVERN LICENSE REQUEST MADE (SIT N'BULL) A2 CATASTROPHES 11/20/1974 TWO BROTHERS, TWO SISTERS KILLED IN JUANITA COLLISION (GOURLEY / MILLER) B7 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 11/20/1974 MCDONALD'S BID FOR LARGE SIGN FOILED BY COUNCIL A8 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 11/20/1974 HAL DOSS TO RETIRE JAN 31 AFTER 14 YEARS AS POLICE CHIEF A1 LIBRARY 11/20/1974 LIBRARY NOTES ANNIVERSARY (KINGSGATE) B7 GOVERNMENT, CITY 11/20/1974 KIRKLANDER TO HEAD BUILDING CODE COUNCIL (KNUTSON, ART) C1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 11/20/1974 BONDS SET FOR A BALLOT A6 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 11/20/1974 INFLATION, FUEL CRISIS HALT HIGHWAY WORK C1 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 CLARENCE, GLENN A21 TRANSPORTATION, PUBLIC 11/20/1974 WILL ANYBODY USE EXPANDED METRO SERVICE A3 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 11/20/1974 BRIDGING THE SAMMAMISH - AN EASY JOB, BUT FOR THE BOAT TRAFFIC A1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 11/20/1974 HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT SLATED (JUANITA-WOODINVILLE) B8 SUBURBANIZATION 11/20/1974 FEDERAL DOLLARS TO COMBAT URBANIZATION ILLS B4 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 DAHLEN, HERBERT A21 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 CAREY, MILDRED A21 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 MILLER, RONALD A21 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 MILLER, RANDEL A21 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 HAMILTON, LILLIAN A21 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 BORG, BIRGIT A21 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 GOURLEY, DEBRA A21 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 LAMBERT, HENRY A21 OBITUARIES 11/20/1974 GOURLEY, LAURA A21 WEDDINGS 11/27/1974 SHARON HANNAH, DALE GLASSET B3 BIOGRAPHIES 11/27/1974 ALL THAT'S LEFT - MEMORIES OF KIRKLAND IN WOOLEN MILL DAYS (KAY, THEODORE) A4 CHARITIES 11/27/1974 FOOD BANK FILLED (PHOTO) A4 BUILDINGS, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL 11/27/1974 MARINA BUILDING STARTS A4 EDUCATION 11/27/1974 PARENTS HAVE RIGHTS, TOO, SAYS CAC A7 EDUCATION 11/27/1974 SCHOOL LEVY FIGURES DRAW SOBER REACTION A6 BIOGRAPHIES 11/27/1974 COOK'S CORNER (FEENEY, SALLY) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 11/27/1974 ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A YOUNG MAN... (COSGROVE, STEPHEN) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 11/27/1974 ART BEGINS AT 65 FOR VANNIE COONTZ A1 HOLIDAYS 11/27/1974 IN SPITE OF THE TIMES, MANY ARE GRATEFUL A1 ENGAGEMENTS 11/27/1974 LINDA BUCKINGHAM, DAVID LONG B3 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 11/27/1974 MUSIC STORE HIT BY THIRD BURGLARY A22 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 11/27/1974 RAPE - THE CRIME NOBODY TALKS ABOUT A5 LAKE WASHINGTON BEACHES 11/27/1974 MARINA BUILDING STARTS A4 HISTORY, LOCAL 11/27/1974 ALL THAT'S LEFT - MEMORIES OF KIRKLAND IN WOOLEN MILL DAYS (KAY, THEODORE) A4 HEALTH, PUBLIC 11/27/1974 IMMUNIZATIONS SET FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN B3 ENGAGEMENTS 11/27/1974 VALJEANNE KOTTKE, KENNETH HANSON B3 HOLIDAYS 11/27/1974 MAGIC LIVES ON IN ENCHANTED THEATRE A1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 11/27/1974 GLUM PAIR SIT IN ON BUDGET STUDY A7 GOVERNMENT, CITY 11/27/1974 NO NEW TAXES, CITY COUNCIL DECLARES A1 OBITUARIES 11/27/1974 SCHMIDT, CHARLES A15 RELIGION 11/27/1974 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WELCOMES NEW MINISTER (INGLEWOOD - WAPSTRA, HANK) A10 OBITUARIES 11/27/1974 GROSS, CLARENCE A15 OBITUARIES 11/27/1974 NAKASHIMA, SUZU A15 OBITUARIES 11/27/1974 VALLEY, LOUISE A15 OBITUARIES 11/27/1974 CLARENCE, GLENN A15 POST OFFICE 11/27/1974 STAMPLESS MAIL ONLY SLIGHT PROBLEM HERE A3 WEDDINGS 12/4/1974 LINDA MARSHALL, PAUL DONALDSON B2 ART AND CULTURE 12/4/1974 CONTEMPORARY DANCE WAS WISE CHOICE FOR CHOREOGRAPHER (DAVIDSON, ROBERT) C1 EDUCATION 12/4/1974 TOUGH DECISION EXPECTED ON SCHOOL LEVY A1 DEVELOPMENT 12/4/1974 ACTION DELAYED ON RV SALES SITE A10 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 12/4/1974 PETER KIRK OPENING JAN 2; DELAYS DISPUTED BY DISTRICT A6 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 12/4/1974 CUSTOMERS REACT FAVORABLY TO KIRKLAND PHONE MART A11 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 12/4/1974 MERCHANTS TO HEAR PROPOSAL FOR CBD STUDY TUESDAY A10 EDUCATION 12/4/1974 PUBLIC SILENCE ON LEVY LEAVES SCHOOL BOARD IN QUANDRY A1 EDUCATION 12/4/1974 APOLOGIES FROM MR GOODNER A1 BIOGRAPHIES 12/4/1974 THE SHOE NOW ON OTHER FOOT FOR FOSTER PARENTS (HAMILTON, MARY & FORREST) A1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 12/4/1974 CONFUSION MARKS DISCUSSION OF HOUSING A6 EDUCATION 12/4/1974 GOODNER REELECTED SCHOOL BOARD HEAD (GOODNER, OAKLEY) A7 EDUCATION 12/4/1974 LEARNING TO READ A9 BIOGRAPHIES 12/4/1974 JUST CALL HIM FRANK - THAT'S THE WAY HE WANTS IT (BRAILLARD, FRANK) B7 BIOGRAPHIES 12/4/1974 COOK'S CORNER (PAKKALA, LAURI) B2 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 12/4/1974 CONFUSION MARKS DISCUSSION OF HOUSING A6 GOVERNMENT, CITY 12/4/1974 KIRKLAND MAY DROP SOCIAL SECURITY A7 ENGAGEMENTS 12/4/1974 GRETCHEN KRUMM, JEFFREY BEAUDRY B2 MEDICINE 12/4/1974 COUNTY SETS ASIDE MEDIC I FUNDS A5 HOLIDAYS 12/4/1974 PARADE TO ESCORT SANTA INTO KIRKLAND A1 HISTORY, LOCAL 12/4/1974 JUST CALL HIM FRANK - THAT'S THE WAY HE WANTS IT (BRAILLARD, FRANK) B7 LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARD 12/4/1974 CONSTRUCTION RESUMES ON BOAT A11 HOLIDAYS 12/4/1974 SANTA'S SLEIGH SMOKES A8 GOVERNMENT, CITY 12/4/1974 HARD TO CUT BUDGET, CITY COUNCIL FINDS A7 HOLIDAYS 12/4/1974 CREATIVE TYPES WAX WARM OVER HOLIDAY CANDLE-MAKING B1 ENVIRONMENT 12/4/1974 SALMON RETURN TO A CLEAN CREEK (FORBES CREEK) B5 HOLIDAYS 12/4/1974 TIME FOR ONE LAST DO-IT-YOURSELF EFFORT BEFORE CHRISTMAS B1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 12/4/1974 RESIDENCES STRUCK BY BURGLARS A20 OBITUARIES 12/4/1974 JOHNSON, FELTON B7 POLITICS 12/4/1974 DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR INITIATIVE 48 A1 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 12/11/1974 CONDOMINIUMS WERE NEVER BUILT - WHY? A13 EDUCATION 12/11/1974 ADMINISTRATORS RECOMMEND $10.9 MILLION LEVY A2 EDUCATION 12/11/1974 CAC RECOMMENDS $9 MILLION LEVY A6 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 12/11/1974 FIRST MONIES ENCOURAGE CBD A11 BUILDINGS, RELIGIOUS 12/11/1974 LUTHERANS DEDICATE THEIR REBUILT CHURCH (HOLY SPIRIT LUTHERAN) B4 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 12/11/1974 IF BUILDINGS FLUNK, YEAR-ROUND WILL PASS A2 BIOGRAPHIES 12/11/1974 THACH DEN DIDN'T NEED TELEVISION TO PUT THE WAR IN HIS LIVING ROOM B6 BIOGRAPHIES 12/11/1974 COOK'S CORNER (EDWARDS, ETHYL) B2 BIOGRAPHIES 12/11/1974 NOT MUCH HAS CHANGED IN ANCIENT TRADE (WOOLLEY, WILLIAM) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 12/11/1974 MOWING AND RAKING AT 90 YEARS (ENGELKE, JOHN) A11 CHARITIES 12/11/1974 BUSINESS IS BLOOMING AT KIRKLAND FOOD BANK A5 HOLIDAYS 12/11/1974 KIRKLAND TO WELCOME CHRISTMAS SHIPS SUNDAY A3 HOLIDAYS 12/11/1974 O TANNENBAUM! O TANNENBAUM! HOW FRAGILE ARE THY BRANCHES A12 GOVERNMENT, CITY 12/11/1974 CITY BUDGET BALANCED - WITHOUT TAX BOOST A10 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 12/11/1974 BURGLARS WAKE COUPLE, TAKE CASH A2 HOLIDAYS 12/11/1974 IT WAS A RIOT! (CHRISTMAS PARADE) A1 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 12/11/1974 PARKING LOT OFF I-405 A3 OBITUARIES 12/11/1974 GERMONPRE, JOSEPHINE B6 OBITUARIES 12/11/1974 SMITH, WALTER B6 OBITUARIES 12/11/1974 KLUMB, GERTRUDE B6 PRESS 12/11/1974 JOURNAL 8TH NATIONALLY A13 WEDDINGS 12/18/1974 LAURA MATTISON, KEVIN WHITE C3 WEDDINGS 12/18/1974 JOANNE BRAILLARD, KENNETH SCHOOLCRAFT C3 WEDDINGS 12/18/1974 DEBRA GRANVOLD, CLIFTON LEE DAVIS C3 WEDDINGS 12/18/1974 KAREN ANDERSON, GARY DAMRON C3 ANNIVERSARIES 12/18/1974 COUPLE HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY (BAIER, MR AND MRS WILLIAM) C3 EDUCATION 12/18/1974 LEVY THREAT DENIED AT BOARD MEETING A5 BUILDINGS, RESIDENTIAL 12/18/1974 BOARD DELAYS ACTION UNTIL JANUARY ON STUDENT HOUSING A5 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 12/18/1974 BOARD DELAYS ACTION UNTIL JANUARY ON STUDENT HOUSING A5 BUILDINGS, EDUCATIONAL 12/18/1974 PARK BOARD SUPPORTS COURTS AT CRESTWOOD FOR KJH A5 DEVELOPMENT 12/18/1974 CITIZENS CITE NOISE IN REZONE OPPOSITION A6 EDUCATION 12/18/1974 $10.9 MILLION LEVY TO BE SUBMITTED FEB 4 A1 BIOGRAPHIES 12/18/1974 NEPAL ADVENTURE: LIKE CLIMBING AN ETERNAL STAIRCASE (STACY, JAY & GAIL) B1 BIOGRAPHIES 12/18/1974 HOLLY KEEPS THEM DOWN ON THE FARM (WINSEMIUS, HARRY) B7 BIOGRAPHIES 12/18/1974 MAIDA GRANDY IS A STANDOUT C2 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 12/18/1974 NEW BUSINESS PLANNED FOR FEED MILL SITE A7 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 12/18/1974 SHOPPERS ARE DINERS AT IRON GATES C4 CEMETERY 12/18/1974 VANDALS TOPPLE 31 TOMBSTONES A1 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 12/18/1974 $4100 COMMITTED TO FUND STUDY OF DOWNTOWN KIRKLAND A6 EDUCATION 12/18/1974 SCHOOL FINANCING B3 BIOGRAPHIES 12/18/1974 COOK'S CORNER (FOOTE, DON) C2 BUSINESS, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL 12/18/1974 IT'S FIX UP THE OLD JALOPY - - OR BUY A TRUCK A1 MILITARY 12/18/1974 COURT OKAYS DISPOSAL OF NIKE SITE A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 12/18/1974 VANDALS TOPPLE 31 TOMBSTONES A1 HOLIDAYS 12/18/1974 CHRISTMAS - EAST SIDE RESIDENTS HURRY TO PREPARE, CHILDREN DREAM AND ADULTS REMEMBER C1 GOVERNMENT, CITY 12/18/1974 KIRKLAND CITY BUDGET RISES 13 PER CENT FOR 1975 A5 PRESS 12/18/1974 JOURNAL NAMED 'BLUE RIBBON' PAPER B5 RECREATION, PARKS AND RESORTS 12/18/1974 PARK BOARD SUPPORTS COURTS AT CRESTWOOD FOR KJH A5 REAL ESTATE 12/18/1974 MORTGAGE RATES TOO HIGH? NOT FOR EAST SIDE BUYERS B4 OBITUARIES 12/18/1974 LANDER, JUDITH C11 OBITUARIES 12/18/1974 JORGENS, KATHLEEN C11 TRANSPORTATION, ROADS AND BRIDGES 12/18/1974 FINALLY - SIGNALS DUE ON SR 908 A1 BIRTHS 12/25/1974 BIRTH IS 'TOGETHER ALL THE WAY' B1 BIOGRAPHIES 12/25/1974 COOK'S CORNER (LANDRY, THELMA) B3 CHARITIES 12/25/1974 UNITED WAY GIVES PRIORITY TO COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR '75 A18 BIRTHS 12/25/1974 FIRST BABY 1975 IS SURE WINNER A1 EDUCATION 12/25/1974 STAFF MINORITY POPULATION INCREASES TO 45 B7 EDUCATION 12/25/1974 LWHS CRACKS DOWN ON SMOKING A18 EDUCATION 12/25/1974 ALTERNATIVE JUNIOR HIGH: ANOTHER CHANCE A18 CHARITIES 12/25/1974 AGENCIES AID NEEDY FAMILIES TODAY A1 FIRE PROTECTION 12/25/1974 FIRE DESTROYS HOME, CHANGES CHRISTMAS (ZAPATA, EDGAR) A2 HOLIDAYS 12/25/1974 TO OUR READERS WE WISH ... 12 DAYS OF EAST SIDE CHRISTMAS (PHOTOS) A1 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 12/25/1974 13 DOGS POISONED B6 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 12/25/1974 TWO MEN ROB RESTAURANT A7 LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 12/25/1974 VISITOR USES PHONE, ASSAULTS RESIDENTS A2 MEDICINE 12/25/1974 COUNTY, HOSPITAL MOBILIZE FOR MEDIC I B8 MEDICINE 12/25/1974 HOSPITAL SELECTS STAFF A2 HOLIDAYS 12/25/1974 CHRISTMAS FLAG POLE TOPS ALL CONTENDERS B7 ENVIRONMENT 12/25/1974 GROUND WATER TOP ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM A3 INDUSTRY 12/25/1974 WHY KIRKLAND? BECAUSE IT'S A NICE PLACE A11 OBITUARIES 12/25/1974 HOFF, CHARLES A6 OBITUARIES 12/25/1974 OSLUND, FLORENCE A6 OBITUARIES 12/25/1974 LINDQUIST, CARRIE A6 OBITUARIES 12/25/1974 LANDI, CORINNE A6 OBITUARIES 12/25/1974 GAUTHIER, MONIQUE A6