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January 12, 1983

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Page 6 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, January 12, 1983 Overflowing Issaquah Creek spills over its banks in the Sycamore area. Shamen parking may sell spaces NOW BEGINS THE COUNTDOWN-COMPLETE ! ( NOTICE, SALE HOURS ! STARTS JAN 8 SATURDAY ( 10 to 5:30 pm ( SUNDAY 12 to 5 pm ( ALL NEXT WEEK 10 to 9 pm q q EXAMPLE SOFA AND LOVESEAT RETAIL =I ,18000 QUIT PmCE =595 FOR BOTH KROEHLER WING BACK CHAIRS REG. =39800 NOW $169 00 DAYSTROM BAR & 2-BAR STOOLS REG. '60000 QUIT PRICE '299 o0 ) EXAMPLE ) MATRESSES ) SERTAmSPRING ) CASCADE IN SETS ONLY ) b 40% TO 50% OFF ) ALLSIZES p ) EXAMPLE ) TWIN SETS ......................... S990` ) FULL SETS ...................... s1290` ) QUEEN SETS .................. '199  ) An lssaquah High boy's service club has proposed fix- ing up the student parking lot and raising money by selling reserved parking permits to seniors. For $5, seniors would have a guaranteed parking spot and the money raised would go toward senior graduation expenses and improvement projects for the school grounds. The lssaquah School Board will consider the pro- posal by the club Shamen at its Wednesday, January 12 meeting. The administration has recommended the board accept the plan. If the board agrees with the plan, it would be formally approved at the January 26 meeting. Right now, juniors or seniors may purchase a park- ing permit for $1 which al- EXAMPLE SOFA SLEEPER FULL SIZE REG. s449 QUIT PRICE s239 4-DRAWER CHESTI ...... s590` 5-DRAWER CHEI;I.. =690` I 6.PIECE! !r. r OAK BEDROOM SET BY VAUGHAN OUR LOWEST PRICES EVER ON APPLIANCES. ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE QUOTES--YOU MUST COME IN!! FUNDS -- EXCHANGES. MANY ITEMS ONE OF A KIND. SHOW- ROOM SAMPLES FROM THE NATION'S FINEST FACTORIES. ALL SALE F.O.B. STORE. SMALL DELIVERY CHARGE. RETAIL '185900 QUIT PRICE *929oo  lows them to park in any legal area on the school grounds, including near the bus garage across the street. Under the new proposal, senior drivers could reserve one of 116 parking places in the main lot. Seventy percent of the money raised -- about $400 would be used to pay for senior graduation. The other 30 percent, about $170, would be used by Shamen to improve the school. Shamen may purchase new benches for the school courtyard, re- pair curbing, repaint doors or build a path with the funds. There was some question about the legality of the pro- posal at past board meetings, but the plan is apparently legal as long as the money raised is used for the "general good of the student body." Sandra Cohen, King County deputy prosecuting attorney, wrote in a letter to the superintendent that "Shamen's actual expenses of maintaining the parking lot might be payable from these funds, but that organization could not use the funds for private parties or field trips." Court needs local volunteers The King County Juvenile Court Conference Commit- tee is seeking volunteers from the Issaquah area to oversee contracts signed by youthful offenders who have commit- ted minor offenses and are diverted from the court. Volunteers must be able to work for 10 hours per week for approximately one year. New volunteers receive five hours of training in inter- viewing and the court system, and five hours of conference committee observation, in- cluding assignment of dispo- sitions. For further information, contact Ethel Mitchell, area manager, 343-2425. Gone with the rain The Village Theatre lost its marquee last Wednesday morning during the heaviest rain' period. The weight of the water filling up on the overhang made it fall to the ground, opening night for "Bullshot Crummond," but of course the show went on. Middle schccls discussed at meeting An informational "Town Meeting on Middle Schools" will be held Thursday, January 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Issaquah Valley Elemen- tary cafeteria. ,: The guest speakerill be Dr. AI Arth, middle school consultant from the Univer- East s R g. $50.00 O.erexpWes1/31/83 40 N.W. Alder Pl. _ _ Issoquoh, WA 392-2515 sity of Wyoming. He will his middle schoolexpertise. , speak on the unique The administration will characteristics of the "kids in share the planning that has the middle" and howmiddle occured thus far and will ! schogfl, l'ogams, help. them,, outline how' 'parents ear/' to bridge the gap between become inveigled:-in  :the ! childhood and adolescence ..... development 'of bothth# j Dr. Arth is an entertaining middle school and the four- speaker known nationally for year high school. It's class time! 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