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January 26, 1983

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lay around, to Llnda Dahle ot 473 1st a fine Ave. was stolen January 22. The Issaquah Fire Depart- The 23-inch red 10-speed will receive its first pay- Nishiki had been chained to sent of $300 from an Alaska another bicycle and both san, Shannon Willis, who locked to a carport post. The he pulled a fire other bike, worth more, was larm at the lssaquah Holi- left untouched. Inn on Christmas eve. Abandoned animals lssaquah District Court lssaquah police rounded aer Jeanette Voss up five cats and two dogs sled the 24-year-old man from a residence at 1020 2nd the department $670 for Ave. January 19 after a to the false alarm neighbor called in reporting a hotel. Willis will pay van in the property unload- total over the next 60 ingthings. ays as a result of the inci- The animals had been abandoned, according to Fire Chief Tony Singleton police, and were taken away he plans to propose an by King County Animal con- to the lssaquah ci- trol. COuncil making a fine Quick return for false alarms On January 18, a Hobart other highly unusual woman came into the lss- He emphasized only aquah police department to obvious cases involving report her purse was lost. Sony arson or outright Arlene Mendeof 19720288th )Use of the department will S.E. had been shopping at charged. The law is Hi-Lo Shopping Center and in effect in King accidently driven off leaving 0Unty. her purse on the roof of her home burns car. A recessed light fixture was As she was talking with for a fire which police, a man and his two ,000in damage sons walked into the depart- a three-story homein Pres- ment with her bag in hand. on January 19. King Nothing was missing. The Fire District 10 ex- men were unidentified. uished the blaze at 33429 Truck found 114 St. occupied by Police have recovered a Deen. truck belonging to Alice top story was con- Anderson, stolen from in a total loss. There front of the Issaquah Para- injuries, chute Center on January 10. bike stolen, The 1977 Ford Courier was left behind located in Fall City. It was $200 bicycle belonging found in drivable condition. First Issaquah baby Warner, born January 3 at 4:14 a.m. Is probably maquah baby born in 1983. He was born to Nancy Warner of 29408 S.E. 82nd at Overlake Hospital. Ihed seven pounds, 12 ounces. His brother months and his grandparents are James and Y Gibbons of Redmond and Pat and Vern Smith of ha. Photo by Rhoda Donkin. SACKED COAL 50 Ibs SRO0 Utah t.'umpoal COmmunity Enterprises of Issaquah 90 N W Juniper, 392.1812 8 to 4:30, Weekdays \\; Front Street fender bender Monlca Silva of 1448 217th Ave. S.E. Is aided by Issaquah volunteer fire fighters after the car she was In collided with a vehicle driven by Helen Romeo of 111 212th Ave. S.E. Silva was not seriously Injured, nor was driver Stephanie Cangie. The accident happened at noon on January 18 on Front Street, Photo by Rhoda Donkin. Seniors needed for Block Warcn Kit.. County Department of Public Safety in conjunc- tion with the Crime Watch Division of the Washington State Attorney Generals' of- fice are urging senior citizens to participate through RSVE (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) in programs on crime prevention. Interested and sincere volunteers are permitted, free of charge, to attend a two day seminar at Lake Wilderness Resort on all the facets of crime prevention, including home surveys, senior citizen awareness, im- portance of'Block Watch, and detailed information on how to anticipate, recognize and appraise a crime risk. Two Issaquah residents, Gil Hinkeldey and Jim Daly completed the course and are ready for action. They are available for group lectures, home surveys, and the for- mation of Block Watch in the lssaquah and Pine Lake Plateau areas. For more information on this program, contact Gil Hinkeldey for the Pine Lake Plateau area on 392-5807 and Jim Daly for the lssaquah area on 392-1830. CASCADE TAX & ACCOUNTING =:r.o, 392-6549 Cascade Business Park 1045 12th Ave. N .W., Suite 6, Issaquah i I I Feed Store Deli-Cafe Gilman Village Mon.-Fri. 10-5 Announcing the First Annual WAUGH BANGER sUP to 75% reduction on selected 00tems. ave big bucks on skis, bindings, ooo s, poles, ski clothmg and other sports and outdoor wear. STARTS FEBRUARY FIRST! TJ, W.A.UGH Gilman Village, Issaquah, 392-7547 Western Washington, I. Get a free home energy checkup. If you're a Puget Power customer with electric heat, we can give you a free, computer-assisted energy analysis. You'll find out how much energy and money you're losing by letting cold air in and warm air out. And you'll find out how much you can salve by adding such things as storm windows and insu- lation for ceilings, walls, and floors. 2. Get a free solar survey. As part of your home energy checkup, we'll tell you whether or not solar water or space heating might be'practical for you. ff it is, solar can provide a surprising amount of energy right here in \\; 3. Get a no.interest loan for home weatherizatlon, ff you decide to make cost-effective improvements to your electrically heated house, we can loan you the mon. You'll payno interest. And you can defer any payments for up to 10 yeats. No kidding. 4. Get a cash grant for home weatherlzaIion. If, instead of taking out one of our loans, you're willing to pay cash tor cost-effective weathefization, we can pay up to 70% obthe cost. You simply pay for the rest. "It3' and beat this offer, anywhere. :i: 5. Get a good deal on a heat pump. Heat pumps are typically more effident than stan- dard electric resistence heating systems, ff you're thinking,of installing one, we may be able to give you a no-interest loan or cash grant that'll cover part of the cost of replacing you(,,existin8 electric heat. 6. Get a cash grant for solar water heating. We can even give you a cash grant of up to Cascade takes first in race Cascade Ultralite, a local manufacturer of the Kasper- wing motorized glider, took first, second and third place in The Great Phoenix Ultra- iite Race held in Arizona January 16. Of the 130 planes entered in the 106-mile race, 54 finished. In first place was pilot Ken McFall of Issaquah, general manager of Cascade Ultralite. He finished the course in two hours and five minutes, averaging nearly 50 miles an hour. Pilots from Arizona and Sumner, Wash. flew Kasper- wings to second and third place victories. Cascade entered five of its aircraft in the race. The race was filmed by both "Real People" and "That's Incredible." South end news For news announcements in the south end (May Valley, Maple Hills, Briarwood) call Roxiane Reynolds at 255- 5849. PUGET POWER The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, January 26, 1983 - Page 7 DISCOVER THE CULTURE OF KOREA EXHIBITION AND SALE OF TRADITIONAL KOREAN ANTIQUES AND ARTIFACTS CALL 206-392.8000 FOI APPOINTMENT T U ES. -- SAT. 10:00.5:00 p.m. TRADE INTERNATIONAL OF ISSAQUAH, INC. 45 W. Sunset Way Issaquah, Washington 98027 I $300 if you install a solar water heating system. The amount of the grant will be determined by the type and size of the system you choose. 7. Get a free water heater insulation kit. Over 200,000 of our customers already have insulation blankets on their electric water heaters.And the average savings per home is about $20 a year. If you're a Puget Power customer and you don't already have a blanket, just ask at any one of our offices. 8. Get free water flow We also offer water flow . " restrictors that can really % "-, -- cut down on the amount .... , :::. of hot water you use in the " " shower. They're effective and simple to install. 9. Get free electric outlet gaskets. Another simple way of sawng energy is to install foam-rubber gaskets in your home's wall electric outlets. You'd be amazed at how much cold air can seep in without The gaskets are free to electric heat customers. I0. Get free do-it-yourself information. If you'd like some other good information about weatherstripping, and other ways to save energy around your house, we can number of "how-to" They, too, are free. We'd be glad to tell you more about any of these I0 ways to save money on your electric bill. Just stop by any Puget Power office and ask. We supply electricity. But we sel! conser- vation. Because thats one way we can help you offset today's higher energy costs. I