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Page 6- The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 16, 1983 Cedar Grove, Mirrormont /  r) and Tiger Mountain areas to South End Liberty High School. The 1 move is aimed at relieving May Valley-Maple Hills&apos;Briarwood overcrowding at Issaquah High School. The hearing i ""'J Post office . ped and broke her hip l. b- Rh I Board meet.ing.room. ,5 'ety. Liberty High School junior '""es  Vince Michel is an exchange Lwe( Council directors elected student from Paris, France. dty He will remain here until East Renton Plateau Com- Liberty High School July. He lives in the Michael ice" A 56-year'ld Issaq.|w th( Council members Last week four mailboxes resident, Delbert Mar ,, munity Boosters Club will hold their Balderson family in Maple . .. r were smashed and the stamp was rushed to the B o ( elected Russ Berg, Ray Grif- annual dance March 5 at the Hills. He finds the schools  fin, Leon Harris, Donald Renton Musicians Hall. They here easier and less deman- machine jammed with large Center at Harborv: lun  :k3 coins. Wilburn says youths Medical Center last wl  Iss  have been seen hanging after he tripped and fell e,art W-" ' ..... around the lobby at night, his woodstove, bur t fox will have live music. The dance will begin at 9 p.m. Tickets can be obtained from Booster Club members or at the door the night of the dance. * , IIi The Apollo' Elementary School Advisory Group will meet February 17 at l0 a.m. in the school library. The topic of discussion will be discipline in the school. All interested people are invited to attend. lit  A public hearing is scheduled for February 23 to hear comments regarding transfer of about 85 ninth grade students livin in the ding than those in France. French schools are a 35 hour per week schedule He enjoys skiing, motorcycle riding, and traveling Coalfield Five-Star Athletic Club basketball ac- tion is at about the middle of the season. Tournament play will be held in March. More than 400 boys and girls take part. Baseball sign-ups for Five Star will be the last of February and the first of March. Practices will begin in mid-March. The regular playing seson will follow, beginning about the middle of April. Hamblin, David Kappler, and Mary Ellen Hamblin to the board of directors at the February 8 meeting. Each director is elected to serve a two-year term. Lord of Life Lutheran Church families will observe the Lenten Season by having Simple Suppers and Worship Services each Wednesday evening. Meals will be inex- pensive so that the offering taken will cover the meal costs and the remainder will be given to a local hunger project. The first of the Sim- ple Suppers will be February 23. Liberty building plans on sched00)le the time comes. The state has askedthat the district spend its share of the money first, he added. The funds were ap- proved by voters in a bond issue last year. During the state's budget crises last year, the legislature borrowed millions from the Superintendent of Public In- struction's building construc- tion fund. The account was replenished with $44 million from the Department of Natural Resources, but con- tinued to fluctuate. Just last week the DNR offered to loan the fund another $8.5 million to prevent revenue shortfalls for school con- struction. Working drawings for the high school are being com- pleted and final plans will be presented to the board in March or April for approval and the authorization to call for bids. The project is scheduled for completion in September, 1984. 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At the February 9 School Board meeting, Galloway said he is "in constant con- tact" with state building of- ficials, who assure him the money will be available when The post office doors are himself badly on his haJ open 24 hours and trouble legs and stomach " y are started, said Wilburn during Markus reportedly trip 'vorl thepast rainy spell. He didn't over his dog and landed a a l by   know if anything had been the hot stove during the  t!nen taken, ing of February 10. He i Police have responded treated for first and sec )ltzes S )on with extra patrol after hours, degree burns, caers p Wilburn says if the problem Bass in (ver persists he will have to close riding accident  82 t the lobby doors at night. Albert Bass of 26604  lol)ed Mountain Park Black Nugget Road was r :g,,nc) burglary ed to Swedish Hos kte !: During the night Of February 8 after he suff K OV, - FebruaryS, burglars took off a broken hip and shod( 'r, w ........ with an undetermined when ahorse he was walki s:anc amount of jewelry and a box threw him against a bl Pond of sterling silverware from a wall r( n s( home on Mt. Si. Place N.W. Bass, 67, was about t ye The burglar entered a release the filly into a cot ; per, Oh the pain bedroom window, according when the animal bolt' rityc I to police, throwing him about 15 R c me Dog bite according to his rep0 e px Mark Dellow Is helped into a medic unit after he toppled on his bicycle Tuesday morning, breaking his log in two places Terry Kenyon of 23220 Bass's badly-broken hip ' (Ied replaced during surgery 0 d: and dislocating his ankle. Ooflow, a missionary for the Church of Jesus Chr)st of Latter Day Saints, was biking to Pine S.E. 53rd was bitten by a Swedish. He now has an e a Lake Plateau February 8, when his wheel caught in a groove between the railroad tracks crossing Front Street. Ha was taken to Overlake Hospital where he underwent surgery on his leg. He was released on Saturday. Photo by Rhoda Norweign elk hound while Donkln. ,, she was jogging on the dirt tificial hip to go along v g.'. trail behind Issaquah High the two knees he had repl  a t: Iast ........ Sunday, February 13. ed last year. il y Kenyon was bitten on tire Car fire e fr wrist and ankle by the dog Jewelry recovered from Seattle burglars wo broke away from its Escape "=" leash. Police could not locate Dan Waters of 20030 5 the animal. Kenyon was not 8th called himself lucky at I A platinum ring valued at Three area police depart- followed the suspects to the Seattle. seriously injured, he narrowly escaped from Dodge Dart when it caul $10,000 and other jewelry ments, Bellevue, Kirkland lssaquah burglary. Police Police were immediately DWI fir, February 12. The car worth over $200 has been and Redmond had been trail- watched them load their car able to recover a stolen Frank Pomerinke of 3212 totally destroyed. recovered from three bur- ing the three men as suspects and then followed the bracelet, worn by on, of the East Lake Sammamish Drive King County District) II I Biers arrested in Seattle in 14 burglaries outside Issa- burglars back across Lake burglars. The $10,000 ring S.E. was stopped by policeat fire fightes doused the February 7 after they broke quah over the past month. Washington. was found in the house bath- exit 15 on February 9 and aT- blaze that started just d intoan Issaquah residence on Police had ben watching The trail ended en route to room. rested for driving while in- Waters finished pulling the 200 block of N.W. Birch them after their descriptions Seattle after police 'lost the Charges are expected to be toxicated, groceries from the vehiiG Street. and that of their getaway men in traffic. By the time filed some time in the next A microwave oven, tel,- vehicle matched descriptions they arrived at the men's week, according to Police Broken bones He said the car had b]. vision and stereo also stolen reported during other Holly Park residence, much Captain Jon Hartley of Kirk- The Issaquah aide crew amkeinge frombadlYthe groceraS he dr0|!stt[ from the house have not yet burglaries, of the merchandise had been land police. All three men tended to Priscilla Thomp- Y .'r that day. A leak in the " been recovered. On February 7 police passed on to a seller, also in have criminai records, son, 70, of 245 S.W. Clark line was blamed for the fi .>   ' on February 10 after she slip- i, ..... , ,, i ........ , ,, ' ,, ::. " I0 )D N.E. 8th & 156th N.E. IN BELLEVUE L = 00tll)[ MENS ANO WOMENS SHOES DE ;F| PRESIDENTS' DAY SALE ',, Osaga Tennis Shoes "- Reg. $18.00------ ----- NOW $8,,88 .  A selection of Naturalizer, Lifestride & Footworks at 30% off. .......... 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