Back of Photo: News-Peace March People from around the state participated in a local demonstration as "The Great Peace March" arrived in Washington D.C. They had a rally on the steps of the Capitol Building in Olympia, then had a symbolic march down the capitol grounds and a few blocks into the town. The local demonstration in Olympia was sponsored by the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Coalition. Larry Burnbaum Photo by Susie Post
Back of Photo: Trang Nguyen (16), Thuy Le (14) who both attend Stadium H.S. and have been in the US for only 3 months and Betty Thach (16) who attends Clover Park H.S. and has been here for 2 and a half years, are all Amerasian children, they watch the city skyline pass by as the Sea Explorer boat Charles Curtis, a 80 foot wooden hull boat built in 1931 slips out of city waterway. Tacoma has been designated as one of about 50 cluster sites across the US. A program has been scheduled to welcome the Amerasian youth and their families, after lunch a boat cruise of Commencement Bay, courtesy of the Sea Explorers, a branch of the Boy Scouts of America.
Back of Photo: New Post Office The Auburn Post Office moved from its previous cramped quarters at 1st and Auburn Ave to this new 19,000-square-feet building at 11 and 3rd St. NW last month. The $330,000 concrete black and window wall building was built and is owned by the Lease Co. of Seattle and is leased to the Post Office Department on a 20-year lease.
Back of Photo: -Ape Cake- Roland Winbeckler, chief decorator for a bakery in suburban Kent, daubbed frosting on a 6-foot, 4-inch gorilla made of banana cake and butter-cream icing. The ape will go on display at a Tacoma firm's private zoo. The 30-year-old Winbeckler has carved all sorts of animals and people out of cake and hopes someday to do something "outrageous" like a life-size Empire State Building or busy street scene.
Back of Photo: Gilbert Brown of Tacoma, age 76, talks about his neighborhood's drug and crime problems during a forum on drugs and gang-related activity Wednesday night. The forum was held at Mt. Tahoma HS, the scene of recent increases in gang activity. Other citizens are lined up behind Brown to speak out. Photo by Joe Giron Nelson
Back of Photo: 'Illegal' camp is cleared away Lori Robinson, Rogers HS, (left) and Laurette Ng, Lincoln HS, Tacoma removing old campsite from near backcountry lakeshore. Fire ring rocks were thrown into lake to make unavailable. No camping is allowed within 100 ft. of lakes. Jay M. Steinberg, Midway Station, Kent