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Pase 14- The lssaquah Pre, Wednesday, February 9, 1983 I I Ill IIIli li Ill Police and fire County seeks Council on Aging members Democrats rCi.g County is seeking composed of 27 members, These appointments are ment of interest by February meet Feb. 16 Liberty Lanes burns woman and an 87-year-old county residents interested in nine of whom are appointed voluntary, non-paid posi- 22, 1983, to Gene Brooks, Democrats from the 41st The Issaquah fire depart- Buckley woman we.re taken serving on the Advisory by the King County Execu- tions. Any persons interested Coordinator, King County District will meet Wednes- ment doused flames at Liber- to Overlake Hospital with Council on Aging. In tive. The remainingmembers in servingontheSeattle-King Aging Program, Room E- day, February 16, at 7:30  O wa ty Lanes Bowhng" Alley on injuries.. The accident hap- particular, persons from are appointed equally by the County Advisory Council on 245, King County Court- p.m. at the Mercer Island unn Ed Gilman Boulevard early penea around 2:23 p.m. varied ethnic groups and the City of Seattle and United Aging should submit a bio- house, 516 Third, Avenue, Fire Hall, 3030 78th Ave. SE, Books I Monday morning, February Man dies under-represented geo- Way. graphical profile and a state- Seattle, WA 98104. Mercer Island. 7, Fire started under the gas heater, where oily rags were piled. Flames broke out and spread along the baseboard inside the utility closet and started to creep inside the wall before the fire fighters arrived. Damage was restricted to a few wall joists because of lack of oxygen, said lssaquah Fire Chief Tony Singleton. Cost of repair was estimated at $500. Car burns Issaquah fire fighters were unable to save a 1973 Chevy Blazer, belonging to Jeff Hjelm that burst into flames when he started it on February 6. The blaze was ignited from a backfire through the car- buretor. The loss was esti- mated at $10,000. Hjelm lives at 1245 6th Ave. S.E. Head-on accident King County District lO medics assisted two people involved in a head-on colli- sion at 14331 lssaquah- Hobart Road on February 4. A 67-year-old Enumclaw King County District 10 medics tried for half an hour to revive Williams Waiters, 67, of 2529 Beaver Lake Drive, who suffered a heart attack on February 3 and later died. Williams collapsed in a trailer be used as an office on the family property. He was found by his wife. Tools stolen Issaquah police are still looking for a burglar who took off with about $4,000 worth of tools from an apart- ment on S.E. Clark. The tools belonging to Chris Finnestad were locked in a tool cabinet when they were taken sometime during the night of January 31. Hubcap spree Someone went on a hub- cab spree on February 5. Karin Ann Schug of 205 S.E. Clark reported the hub- caps from her Corvette were taken. She estimates they were worth $400. Tom Bass of 200 Wild- wood Boulevard also reported his hubcaps missing from a 1977 Monte Carlo. Overlake Hospital offers colorectal cancer screening A "prescription" to save your life -- that's what the American Cancer Society and Overlake Hospital's Pharmacy would like you to have during the week of February 6 through 12, ColD- rectal Cancer Awareness Week. During this week, Over- lake Hospital's Pharmacy will provide free take home tests that screen for colD- rectal cancer. It is a simple test which can detect colD- II1[ i rectal cancer even before symptoms occur. No pre- scription or appointment is necessary -- just drop by the hospital's pharmacy anytime -- open 24 hours a day. Overlake Hospital is located on ll6th Avenue N.E., near the intersection of 1-405 and N.E. 8th in Bellevue. For more information on coiorectal screening tests, call Overlake Hospital, 454-4011, or the American Cancer Society, 284-7263. u Final Days! WINTER SHOE CLEARANCE Featuring 8hoe# by Stride Rite, Edwetds, Weber, Step Meatet, Acme, Dingo & Courflend. GIRLS' OXFORDS, STRAPS, SLIP-ONS, DRESS SHOES & SCHOOL SHOES ,,Q.=25.,, ....... SALE =18" & 820" BOYS' OXFORDS & SLIP-ONS R,=.,.0, ...... SALE =18" & =20" ALL BOOTS - =5 OFF REG. PRICE TENNIS SHOES By Keda, Zips & Skids ,Q.=,3.= .......... SALE =8 == to =188= SAN DALS .............. =8 == to =14" SLIPPERS .......................... =4 8= i?l   L Shop earl), for beat eeteotlon. W  Not ell sty/el In ell lilies, Ch'ldren's World INC. STORE HOERS: Men ,Tllure. & Sot. g tO 5:30, Fridays g to g 11047 N.E.8th, Bellevue 454.4748 II I Jill Wilton Cake Decorating Class begins Feb. 15 Tuesdays 10 a.ml to noon, or 7 to 9 p.m. 5 lessons $15.00 Easter Workshop Mar. 19, All day, begins 9 a.m., $15 Sugar eggs, Chocolate Eggs, Marzipan Molding Children's Watercolor Class Beginner's - Children and Young People Starts Sat., Feb. 26, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 5 lessons $25 Instructor Susan Rodney Pre-regis tra tion Required for All Classes. lO.lst Place N.W. Downtown Issequah graphical areas of the county are being sought to fill membership vacancies. Local reps meet at Lincoln Day dinner The Seattle-King County Advisory Council on Aging is the official advisory council mandated by the Older Americans Act to advise the Seattle-King County Division on Aging. The council advo- cates for programs which serve senior citizens through- out King County. The Advisory Council is Elected officials from the 41st District, Reps. Emilio Cantu, Joe Williams, and Senator George Clarke have been invited to attend the Third Annual Eastside Lin- coln Day Dinner and Silent Auction, scheduled for Fri- day evening, February 18th starting at 6 p.m. Local lssa- quah officials have also,been invited, Featured speaker for the event will be Attorney General of Washington iState Ken Eikenberry. Eikenberry will discuss "Republicanism -- A vehicle for the future." Co-Chairpersons for this GOP fund raiser are Lor- raine RaZor (4th District) and Dan Ramirez (45th District). The social hour and silent auction will begin at the Bellevue Red Lion Inn at 6p.m. Any Republicans still interested in giving Silent Auction items may still do so by contacting Jim Summers, at 823-5627. Guest speaker for the even- ing will be Ellen Hansen, Director of the King County Department of Records and Elections. She will address the problem of the use of common ballots in King' County Elections. 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