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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 2, 1983 - Page 5 Awarded Llghtfoot, Mercer Island and Ron Clark, Olympia, of the Planning Association of Washington, present Issaquah Park Chairman Mike Warning and Parks and Recreation Director Kerry Anderson a "Planning Achievement Award" for Is,'aquah Comprehensive Park Plan. Issaquah Seattle, Bellevue Port Townsend and Yakima County were recipients e we awards given statewide for outstanding planning. 'h h es00co ' urc ar Savior an was )-- - ts seminar de Ch ,. ,,d un Sunday, February 6, as an 0 Rev. Larry Dean selecti0i hns°n, President of il tneran Youth Encounter aeir the "ati _...,, onal organization. iThe seminar will consist of t tee one-hour sessions end- with an informal worship ice. There will be a break r a "no-host" sack supper. erages will be provided. s an extension of the • t education ministries of or Lutheran Let us answer the phone. & Letter FeeLer 195 Front St, N, 392-4194 Lose 1/2 to 1 lb. Per Dayf SAFELY! WITH DELICIOUS LIVING PROOF SUPER SLIM DIET DRINK It costs less than eating, and you Will feel greatl 392-1519 For Rent GIBSON HALL Parties • Receptions R mmaee Sales e ed rateor non-profit =- °rganlzatlons KITCHEN FACILITIES % BUILD FLINTOFT, S Issaquah FUNERAL HOME Since 1938 COMPLETE SERVICES Cremations Memorials Pro'Arrangements 222-5503 392-6444 Tom, Michael & Alberta NTOFT Church, this seminar is open to all persons of junior high age and up. There is no charge; however, a free will offering will be received to defray travel expenses. Northrup visits Christian Center Dr. Donald Northrup will offer a special ministry of personal words from the Word of God at the Faith, Hope and Love Christian Center February 2, 3 and 4 at 7:30 and Sunday, February 6 at 10 a.m. Northrup will share his gift of the Holy Spirit. Pastor Bjorn Bergmann in- vites everyone to come to hear the internationally known speaker. The Chris- tian Center is located at 5648 221st Place S.E. i Clubs Issaquah Christian Women's Club The Issaquah Christian Women's Club invites all the Eastside Area to its annual guest night at the lssaquah Inn Holiday Inn Thursday, February 10 at 6:30 p.m. The theme will be a "Sweetheart Dinner," but neighbors and friends are invited. Featured music for the evening will be Wally Itrich. Wally, a former nightclub entertainer, is a delightful pianist and vocalist. The evening will include fashion show and will be rounded out by Speaker, Larry Saksa (a former professional football player). The cost is $11 per person. Make reservations early by calling Julie Heiser at 392-2033. Welcome Wagon The lssaquah Welcome Wagon is having a coffee, luncheon and bowling night this month. The coffee will be held February 3 at the home of Patty Halleck, who can be reached at 392-4185 for further details. The luncheon on February 10 will be at the Sun Sun Restaurant at 11:30 a.m. Cost is five dollars, which in- cludes luncheon and a "Color Concepts" presenta- tion. For reservations call Suzanne Jarvis at 392-8135. February 26 is the night for Scotch Bowling at Liberty Lanes. Call Carol Taylor Feed Store Deli-Cafe Gilman Village Mon.-F ri. 10-5 HII Directory oi Physicians and Dentists 9/ DENTISTS Jay D. Decker Orthodontics for adults and children 22731 S.E. 29th Issaquah 454-6522 Ronsld J. Fsssno Orthodontics 125 Front Street S. Issaquah 392-7533 Barry A. Fader Family dentist 64 Front Street S. Issaquah 392-7541 Robert C. Folkmen General dentistry 990-5t h Ave. N.W. Issaquah 392-5602 Steven C. Herrop Family dentistry 970 5th Avenue N.W. Issaquah 392-4600 A.D. Lloyd General dentistry 85 N.W. Alder Place, Suite D Issaquah 392-6455 Edwin W. Mitchell Family dentistry 85 N.W. Alder Place Issaquah 392-1239 Jerry W. Mitchell Family dentistry 40 Front Street S. Issaquah 392-6466 Jeffrey L. Psrrlsh Faro ly dent stry Pine Lake Dental/Medical Ctr 22727 S.E. 29th Street Issaquah 455-4222 Homer Perkins General dentistry 206 Front Street N. Issacluah 392-3744 Charles H. Reed General dentistry 640 Front Street N. Issaquah 392-1318 PHYSICIANS laaaquah Medical Clinic John W. Tooley, M.D. family practice Jerome L. Bushnell, M.D. family practice Mark R. Jabbusch, M.D. family practice William H. Klnnlsh, M.D. family practice Elizabeth Lehmann family practice David Hurlbut, M.D., FACS general surgery J. Terrance Coyle, M.D. ophthamology G. Thomas Reavell, M.D. ophthamology 640 Front St. No. 392-6486 Village Family Medical Center L.J. Greenblatt, D.O. osteopathic physician & surgeon 385 Front St. No. 392-8445 DeWltt S. Randall Family dentistry 1 1350 N.W. Maple issacluah 392-1256 m Arnold R. Sims General Dentistry 206 Front Street N. Issaquah 392.5323 Police & fire Bomb threat A bomb threat sent police to Liberty Lanes January 30. Manager Paul Haglund call- ed police late Sunday night to report someone had called saying a bomb had been planted in the facility. Four officers went to the scene and searched extensively, but nothing was found. Station looted Bill's Chevron on Gilman Boulevard was looted last weekend. According to police reports, hundreds of dollars worth of automotive equipment was taken and police are still looking for the burglar. A tuning computer, tires, auto accessories and tools were stolen. There are no estimates on the loss. Money missing Karen Harris of 630 Wildwood Blvd. reported $20,0 was taken from a wallet in her bedroom on January 29. According to police, a before February 18 for reser- vations at 392-4147. Pine Lake Garden Club The Pine Lake Garden Club will hold its February 9 meeting at the home of Eleanore Bassett, 40 Wildwood Blvd. S.W., Apt. 107. The brief club meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. Tall Chief Women's Golf Tall Chief Women's Golf Club annual kick-off brunch at the Colonial Inn in Fall Ci- ty on February 8 at 10 a.m. New members get four free golf clinics given by Tall Chiefs' golf pro Dick LaBelle. Those interested in joining should call Shirley Nelson at 822-9320 or Jeanne Nelson at 885-7603. ,1 door had been broken into and the money stolen while no one was home. Nothing else was reported missing. DWI Stephen J. Omaitus of 1090 Wildwood Boulevard was picked up January 29 by police and arrested for driv- ing while intoxicated. Omaitus refused a breathilyzer test three times but later agreed to be tested for his blood alcohol level. He blew .22 on the test, .10 is legally drunk. Omaitus was driven to his residence by police. Boat stolen A Glastron motorboat and trailer were stolen from Eastside Equipment during the night of January 28. The boat and trailer, worth about $4,000, were later recovered in Newport Hills area by county police. Police are in- vestigating the theft. Car vandalized A car belonging to Steve Codomo of 14813 N.E. 15th was vandalized and burglarized on January 22nd behind Mike's Transmission. The car's sunroof was pried open, tape equipment and 22 tape decks were stolen. Total loss was estimated at $250. Police are investigating. Eastside Catholic begins entrance exams Eastside Catholic's annual open house for prospective students and their parents will be held Wednesday, February 2 from 6 to 9 p.m. Faculty members will be on hand to answer questions about school programs and plans for next year. Students may take Eastside's entrance exam on either Saturday, February 5 or Sunday, February 6. Saturday's exam begins at 8:30 a.m. and will be out by 1 p.m. Sunday's test runs from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Eastside uses the SRA Achievement Test Series. The fee for the exam is $10. Students will be given ap- plication papers at the exam. These must be returned by February 25. Applicants will be notified of test results and acceptance by approximately March 11. Registration and course selection for incoming students will be March 23 and 24. A nonrefundable $100 registration fee is due at this time. Heart Fund campaign begins in Issaquah The 1983 Heart Fund Campaign will soon be underway in the Issaquah area, with volunteers visiting their neighbors to distribute heart information and seek contributions on behalf of the American Heart Associa- tion of Washington. Area chairmen are Richard and Barbara Slosson, Melissa Norton, Robert Lee Smith, Jacquie Poweli, Verna Carden and Pat Langhans. District captains are Mrs. Clifford Knox, Doris Sams, Mrs. Wayne Pommer, Paula Ralph, Mrs. Ralph Van- Girlchoir holds auditions The Northwest Girlchoir is holding auditions for new members. Girls between the ages of eight and 14 who are interested in joining the Girl- choir can set up an appoint- ment by calling 625-0909. brunt, Kim Roof, Wanda Doppenberg, Dorothy Con- hers, Pat Parkinson, Elizabeth Giddings, Mrs. Ivan Stewart, Mrs. N.E. Dobbins, Wanda Gnecchi, Sylvia Miller, Frances Gress, _ I Barbara Wood, Janet Sauer- brey, Lynn Ramon, Rene Nelson, !rene Hausken, Mrs. Basil McLean, Kathy Meyer, Shirley Gompf, Mrs. Robert Pagano, Mrs. C.A. Neel and Mrs. Lou Mauk. WITH THIS AD ONLY White round dinner rolls Reg. 84' doz. Offer good Feb. 2-Feb. 8, 1983 Limit 3 doz total per customer, while quantities last BUNS MASTER BAHERV,. Now At Bellevue's K.Mart Plaza 15015 Main Street, Bellevue TELEPHONE: 747.BUNS BAllED PRESH DAILY. OPEN ?  A WEEN NOW over 100 locations to serve you Upsi East Think spring!! PERM s30 °° Reg. $50.00 Offer expiree 2/28/83. 40 N.W. Alder PI Issaquoh, WA 392-2515 Quality Tax Service • Serving Issaquah residents and businesses for 15 years • Open yeararound 165 Front St. N., Issaquah 392-3650 Open Mon.-Thurs. 9 to 6, Fri. 9 to 5, Saturday 10 to 5. Call for an appointment• ODD DINING OAK FURNITURE CHAIRS DINING TABLES, CHAIRS, Assorted Wood Styles SHELVING UNITS, SOFAS Cane Back Reg. 80-150 .owS33 .. .ow 1/3 oFF iii 00CHRIS/BENNETT HOME FURNISHINGS 131 FRONT STREET N., ISSAQUAH 392-6767 AMPLES: We would rather sell it than count it. We have also un- covered odds 'n' ends from our warehouse that must be sold -- Come early -- Bring your truck, trailer, van or station wagon. Delivery is available at additional charge. Quantities are limited to stock on hand. HERE ARE JUST A FEW EX-