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December 31, 1970     Mercer Island Reporter
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MIReporter, Thurs Dec. 31, 1970 Page 6 , Pollution, League Topic Air pollution will be the on Tuesday, January 5, at subject for discussion at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. League of Women Voters unit Robert Townsend, 6212 84th meetings the week of January S.E. AD 2-3818. 4-8. Guests are welcome to The evening unit will meet attend League unit meetings, on Wednesday, January 6, at Those attending the 7:45 p.m. at the home of Mrs. meetings will be considering Alan Fontel, 9410 S.E. 35th, the powers the government AD 2-7499. should have in controlling air The newly formed pollution and how costs of Wednesday morning unit will keeping the air clean should meet permanently at the Holy be dwided among government Trinity Lutheran Church, 8501 bodies. S.E. 40th at 9:15 a.m. on the League meetings on Mercer first and third Wednesdays of Island are as follows: the month. Babysitting is The Thursday Morning Unit available. For information, will meet at 9:30 a.m. on call membership chairman, January 7 at the home of Mrs. Jane Noland, AD 2-255& The Charles Weerns, 4647 West Wednesday morning unit will Mercer Way, AD 2-6169. meet Wednesday, January The afternoon unit will meet 6th. 45 At Home Fashions REG $18 $38 40 Casual Dresses SIZES 5 - 20 REG $25 to $49 65 Cocktail Dresses and Pant Suits from $40 $80 24 PANT SUITS REGULAR $35 $72 NOW $18-$54 2 ONLY Velvet Evening Coat REG 90.00 s50oo ALL EVENING BAGS SILVER GOLD BLACK DRASTICALLY REDUCED in Park Row on 104th N.E. Bellevue GL 4-6755 GIRLS SEW FOR NEEDY (At right) Mrs ~Vil~ie May Field (front row) and Ida Bule r ~-J ~,OdCk ro, :rom me Central Area f+tJt,ation Program dccepl gilt~ for neeOt ,ictren from :I. to r.~ Meriam Kaplat Cur/ L/+tr~ K,j~;~:r, drtc 5cr~rueder dt,' ~ -garet Lyi:' 7r,e gtrts along with 21 olr~.r North Mercer Junior H;gn School ~, made mor+/ ~tems of clothing in their r.ume economics class for this Christmas pro:oct. MI Reporter Pnolo 25 North Mercer Junior Program. Girls who participated in the High School girls have been The girls are home sewing project were Marcia busy sewing the last feweconomics students in Nancy Applegate, Meredith Arnold, weeks, making garments as Steiner's class. Much of the Sue Bergman, Missy Bogatin, Christmas gifts for needy material used by the girls was Elaine Brachen, Vicki children. The garments will be donated by Robert Warner, Crandell, Carolyn Dorey, distributed to families by the Island resident who owns Sue- Kerri Eden, Marlien Central Area Motivation Lynn Fashions. 1 To Speak Freedman, Alicia Fung, Lynn Graybeal, Holly Heckman, Sue Jackson, Cary Lynn Kaiser, Kathy Kander, ,Miriam Kaplan, Rene Lowe, Margaret Lyle, Sandy Nofsinger, Keri Patterson, State Representative l,auren Robinsor Jane Stewart Bledsoe, Republican Schrober, Lorraine Sharpies, from Ellensburg and House Lisa Sidor and Elisa Zeldow. majority leader, will be the featured speaker at the Mercer Island Federation of MERCERCREST BRIDGE Republican Women's CLUB meeting, Monday, January 4, Winners at the Mercercrest at 10:15 a.m. in the Church of Bridge Club's Christmas ~ Christ, 4545 Island Crest Way. Party and Duplicate game on With Washington's 42nd December 22 were: 1. Gene Legislature convening in Sedell.Phil Coat.z: 2. Glenn Olympia on January 11 to Rogge- Sam Armdt; 3. Mr. ~ confront the problems of and Mrs. H. Prestwich: 4. inflation, rising employment, Mrs. P. Claflin and Mrs. ballooning welfare rolls and a Pollard. stagnant economy, Rep. The regular weekly game Bledsoe will provide Islanders schedule will be resumed on with an analysis of what this January 3rd, starting with the .I . tough session portends.Thursday morning game at ~-~o~ vZeHcx-" The public is invited to 10:30 a.m. and the Tuesday ,l~~.~~:i:!, ~,'c.) R ' attend, evening game. January8th. at The organization's1971 slate 7:45 p.m. Call Heinz Betzler of officers also will be for information, reservations presented for voting and or partnerships at AD 2-4117. installation. . Coffee is served at 9:~5 a.m. Planned and babysitting services are provided at a nominal fee. Parenthood East WINTER SESSION 1 0 WEEKS TUITION $1 5 AFTER SCHOOL CLASSES ON TUESDAYS OR THURSDAYS Beginning January S or ? nn,uagy GRADES K-3 3:00-3:50 PM INTERMEDIATE GRA ,[S 4-6 . . 4:00-4:50 PM JUNIOR and SENIOR HIGH . . . 5:00-5:50 PM HAUGLAND ART STUDIO 2970- 76th S.E. AD 2-8439 Opens Planned Parenthood East, a branch of the Planned Parenthood Center of Seattle will open at 1200-1161h N.E. Bellevue, in mid-January, according to Mrs. Lee Minto, Executive Director of the Seattle Agency. A broadly based Planned Parenthood East Advisory Committee has been formed of Eastside residents including the following Mer ~-r Islanders: Mrs. Ale,:. ~ayless, Cecil True. ~r David F. Wolter. M.D. and Samuel ~,oldenberg. Ph.D. Planned Parenthood services are available to all persons of child bearing age who for personal and economic reasons do not have access to private medical care. Services include contraceptive clinics, pregnancy detection, venereal disease detection, and counseling in related areas.