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Police & fire i i Hot house Issaquah fire fighters responded to the scene of a house fire at the home of Shirley Johnson, 360 S.E. Andrews, on December 28. When firemen arrived, smoke was pouring out from under the house's eaves. A chimney fire had heated up the wall behind the wood stove. There was speculation the fire started from insula- tion too close to the hot stove pipe. Chimney fire A neighbor called the Issa- quah fire department to report flames coming out of the chimney of a house belonging to Doris Dailey, 1103 Lewis Lane S.E. The flames were out by the time the department arrived, but fire fighters found three in- ches of creosote caked inside the chimney. A cleaning was smashed where it was parked rommended, at the Issaquah Park and wlangletl lawn Ride Lot. Police have no Sally Meijsen of 1520 S.E. suspects. I t Greasers needed at Theatre The Village Theatre win provided) and a monologue, hold auditions for "Grease" if possible. Appointments are Sunday and Monday, not necessary. January 9 and 10 from 7 to Auditions will be held at 10p.m. the theatre, in downtown " Party's over Persons interested in audi- Issaquah. For further in- ,as w tions should have a prepared formation, call 392-2202 or r o Town Christmas decorations did not Ilngeron the streetllghts. By early NeW Year's Day, song (accompanist will be 392-1942. tly the red candles were ready to be packed up for another season. hc o [ THF.APUT,C I m... Modified Ae bic Exercise  J [J St !t 1983 o in MASSAGE a II il by g ,Previ0uslylnactivePe0ple savin money Pregnant Women OI in. ' I I ":i!:i I I atthe.^t,gn 0 : Seniors II .... I I Non Dancers ,e, I ,c...,,..o .... M...,,L.M.T. I GJlmanVIIlage ] "" AIs00fferingclassesf0r ,nl I New Location I I . issa, quah392-9190 i Intermediate and Advanced I eainerSquar, I I durino our I n J Richard Michael | - " I Aerobic Exercises. t, Class Held Downtown Issaquah o, I r.;. I I ,. Winter Sale .., CALL-- 392-0326 ii " 1 g! certlficams I [] , "' ] L" redeemable at new location I ] I WERE NOW BERS, JACKETS $82-24O s62.s129 SKIRTS $52-150 s39.s75 TROUSERS =68-90 s45"s59 BLOUSES, SWEATERS =32.70 s19.$52 DRESSES =74-175 s37"*129 " JANUARY 11, 7 P,M. Pendleton, Jones, John Meyer, ProphecY, Asher, JoanieC, har, Outlander, Braemar, I II Eagle s Eye, Geiger, Intuitions, John Henry For More Information Call 235-2352 II TECHNIL INSTITUTE Classic Women's Apparel G;Iman Villalle, Is=aqUth, WA. . ...... 392-3 All,SaleS tins1. 3000 N.E. 4th St., RENTON, WA 98055 ..,-- Sycamore Drive called police on January 1 to report some- one had torn up her lawn. She identified a youth who might have done the damage, but the boy denied it to police. Damage to her lawn and a tree was estimated at $150. Stolen meat Safeway supermarket plans to press charges against a youth who stole a package of meat on December 20. The boy ran when store workers saw him take the meat, but deposited it on a shelf on the way out of the store. He was caught and taken to police headquarters, charged with theft. Car smashed Phil Halloran of 28320 S.E. 30th reported to police his 1977 Chevy Luv had been vandalized on December 30. His front windshield was tS t, W Lg :h n o ir d f I The Isaquah Press, Wednesday, January 5, 1983 - Page 3 It's been said that money has wings. Funny thing . . . all I ever see is the tailfeathers. Smart shoppers see more of their money at Mark-It Foods. "NEW" WEEKLY HOT SHEET 625 N.W. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah -' Hi-Lo Shopping Center i , , ii BEEF CHUCK STEAK LOW Pick up your copy right inside the door. Pflces Effective Jan. 5 through Jan. 11,1983 BEEF CROSS RIB ROAST BONELESS, UDSA 6400 CHOICE  I O0 ..._...__L _ = LENNONS FRAN OLD EAT nn --- ,,s,,0,, $'45 ,,UU "= ,e, ! I TURKEY AS-T-S" "-- RE BURR'iTOS-- SHARE IN A LITTLE WORK... AND LOTS OF SAVINGS ia BLEND APPLE SAUCE /[IIW.HIPPED TOPPING /19] ,=, ,.DE ........................ -,,.. ! AoPzPLE JUICE ,1500 .... ,.... ..... .,oo.o.. WESTERN FAMILY PINEAPPLE IN JUICE. SLICED, CRL . CHUNK. 20-OZ. WESTERN FAMILY GREEN BEANS CUT, SLICED, 16-0Z ................ TROPIcANA ORANGE JUICE 64-OZ. CARTON ................. 30 ,138 00,0cc000, cu00s 88 210Z ......................... LISTERINE 32-0Z. $289 MEAD FILLER PAPER COLLEGE 8 WIDE RULE, 200 CT ......... FAD BOXED ENVELOPES 6 3/4", 100 CT .................... LOOK FOR THE GREEN TAGS... THEY MEAN REDUCED PRICES You'll find over 500 Green Tag specials throughout our store. Each one indicates a tenLonrmy price reduction. Look for the green tags and you'll save money on ever/item.