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Page 6 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, March 2, 1983 i|ll i i , ,. i ml Sports Final turnouts for year-old boys and girls of the i ii i Little League Little League will hold the age group at noon, followed " final turnout on Saturday, by the 10- through 12-year- March 5, for the eight to 15- aids at 2 p.m. The final soft- ball turnout will be at the lssaquah Valley Administra- tion field with the eight and nine age group at 10 a.m., the 10- through 12-year-aids at 11:30, followed by the 13- through 15-year-aids starting atl p.m. Issaquah area. Late registra- tions will be accepted during the turnouts. The final baseball turnout will at Memorial Field with the 13- through 15-year-aids at 10 a.m., the eight and nine III Recreation corner The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department is taking registration for the following classes. For further information call 392-7131. I lth Annual Issaquah Ski Night -- Thursday, March 17, Ski Acres. Spring Program Flyer -- March 16 Issaquah Press Insert. Spring Registration -- March 17 for all classes except t-ball and youth softball. Youth t-ball -- Boys and girls, grades 1-3, register newt Youth softball -- Boys and girls, grades 4-6, register now! Cross Country Skiing -- Session 7 starts March 3. Volleyball Open Gym -- Mondays, Clark Elementary, $1 per person per night, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Adult Basketball Open Gym -- Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m., Pine Lake Junior High, $1 per person per night, closed March 1, March 8. Indoor Tennis Lessons -- Call lssaquah Tennis Club, 392- 7003, for information. Village Theatre Classes -- Call 392-1942 for information. Issaquah Alps Trails Club Hiking -- Call Larry Vinter, 392- 5775, or Jan Micai, 747-1457. Check Alp Hike Guide in the Issaquah Press for specific hikes. ISSAQUAH RECYCLING II,n I EOP I CENTER Operated by C.E.I Open Mon.-Fri. 12 noon- 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 to 2 Next to Foothills Restaurant 4 I I I III CASCADE TAX & ACCOUNTING 392-6549 Cascade Business Park 1045 12th Ave. N .W., Suite 6, Issaquah I I I Our cars will drive you to the hills. Serving the Cascades colrununity fnml Bellevue to Ellensburg. Freeway convenient. Take the 124th Street exit from ttighway 520 in Bellevue. BELI00VI00 13817 Northup Way N.E., Bellevue, 643-4544 With the greatest of ease Parks & Recreation Basketball Standings i Issaquah skiers Carla Tanner (left) and Tim Morehouse participated last weekend in the Ralnler/U.S. Ski Association Snobust at Ski Acres In Snoqualmie Summit. The event is the regional stepping stone to world class skiing for Pacific Northwest freestyle skiers. Although Morehouse did not make it to the finals, Tanner took a first place In the ballet competition, where skiers perform routines set to music, and a second place in women's aerials, in which skiers take off from a seven-foot ramp and perform twists and flips as they travel 25 feet in the air. Photos by Hardy Quade. Men's League: "B" Mountain Division W L Nets 3 2 "AA"&"A" Division W L Hovlandslnc. 6 0 Hawks 3 2 Runnin'Rebels 6 1 Cats Meow 4 3 Datal/O 5 1 Pistons 1 4 Solomon Log 6 2 gnowles&Assoc. 3 4 Unisea 4 2 Clippers 1 4 TNTRoofing 5 2 Mt. Si. Golf Course Rest. 2 5 Group"W" 4 2 Knicks 0 5 GaslampTavern 4 4 Coffman Engineers 0 6 SammamishTotems 4 3 Sea-Port 4 4 SammamishClippers 0 7 Machinist Inc. 2 4 Boy'sTth&Sth CentraIConnection 3 5 Union Tavern 2 5 Grade League W L Raiders 3 5 "B" Valley Division W L Issaquah Merchants I 5 Bulls 6 0 Southeast Glass 0 8 Pine Lakers 6 0 lssaquah Automotive 0 6 Suns 5 1 Blue Devils 5 1 Spurs 4 2 "B" Competitive Division W L A.S. Design & Assoc. 3 3 Youth Leagues: Hawks 3 3 ClampinsCleaners 6 0 CraigSmith Const. 3 3 Boy's3rd&4th Bucks 2 3 Starbow Builders 6 1 Fortunate Products 3 3 Grade League W L Knicks 2 4 Rocket Research 5 2 Ruby's Unleaded 3 3 Sonics 5 0 Lakers 2 4 RowleyAgency 4 3 Design Associates 1 5 Spurs 4 1 Nets 2 5 S.C.S. 4 3 No Dunks 0 6 Pacers 3 2 Celtics 1 5 i i Easter Workshop Mar. 19, All day, begins 9 a.m., $15 Supr eggs, Chocolate Eggs, Marzipan Molding Beginner's Watercolor Class Starts Mon., Mar. 21, 7 to 9 p.m. 5 lessons $25 Wilton Cake Decorating Starts Tues., Mar. 22, lO-noon or 7-9 p.m. 51essons$15 Pre-registration Required for All Classes. Walter V. Cassidy, O.D. announces the opening of his office for the practice of optometry Contact Lenses and Family Practice Rowley Professional Building 1505 NW Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, WA 98027 Office hours Telephone by appointment 392-8756 O Noble Fir S00 5 gallon V Blue Diamond Rhodys 2gallon or 3 for $24.95 Good value is why millions keep coming back to H&R Block. English Laurel orO:,,Or% 00,ForsythiaBiOominggallon s695s695 GARDEN STARTERS Strawberries Blueberries Horseradish Rhubarb Raspberries Seed potatoes HI-LO Shopping Center, Issaquah, 392-7657 open Mon.-Sat. 9-4. Closed Sunday. i Boy's 5th & 6th Grade League PONY baseball Disrri( will to fence W L Bucks  0 signs players Sonics Lakers 5 2 Maple Valley PONY (Pro- Clippers 4 2 tact Our Nation's Youth) Kings 4 2 Baseball will hold sign-ups Celtics 2 4 Knicks 2 5 for kids in grade 1 through Cavaliers 0 6 age 16 on March 5 at the Jazz 0 6 Hobart Community Church from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Boy's 9th & 10th Grade League W L Games are played in Mir- Pacers ....... (i-O rormont, Hobart and Maple Jazz 5 I Valley and use major league Kings 2 4 baseball rules. For more in- Pistons 2 4 formation, ca11432-3232. Sonics 2 4 Bullets 1 5 , Issaquah ski night March 17 Girl's 3rd-6th Grade Level W L The 1 lth annual Issaquah tickets is available at Sonics 5 I Ski Night, sponsored by the and Recreation Rockets 4 1 Issaquah Parks and Recrea- Hall. With this Jazz 4 2 tion Department, is sched- lifet tickets will coS Bullets 3 3 uled for Thursday, March $5.50. The reduced Kings 2 3 17, at Ski Acres. may be used the Celtics 2 3 Hawks 2 4 Special coupons for a March 17 only and Lakers l 4 reduction on the price of ski 1:30 p.m. and Shocks Gabriel Red Ryders The fence Issaquah High for years the criticism by track athletes, will be matter of weeks by the schol district. The district re agreement with the track community I down the present stall temporary plugs i holes left, and fence to the outside  track where it will hazard to runners. Track coaches organizations had compete at the track because the close to the inside lane track. Runners bend could stumble into the fence, The Issaquah Youth Track Club fared to raise the $3; materials needed fence, but now the  will be able to pay for i According to Director district will pay materials and labor the fence, hopefully the first track meet 18. The money is 1982 bond, which funds for fencing. expected to come $24,000 $19,000, said that is where the come from. The Gliders will sible for plugs for the holes let tL sawed-off fence postS ing football season, porary rope fence wil up along the track fat l control. Brake Special Includes new linlng on all 4 wheels, drums turned Check all cylinders, front wheel bearings, replaCe'j -- IlP grease seals, bleed system a with new brake fluid. 00FGoodrieh 00raft i i lg.lst Place N.W. Downtown Isssquah i , This year, there are more than 100 changes in the tax laws and forms. But at H&R Block, one thing hasn't changed ... fair pricesl Just ask, and we'll give you a free estimate of the cost for preparing your return. You get a complete interview. Plus we doublecheck your return for accuracy. I HsR BLOCR The now tax laws. , This year's number one reason to go to H&R Block. mlSSAQUAH Open Mon..FrL 9 a.m. to 6p.m., Sat. 9 am. to 5 p.m. Call for an appointment or come in at your convenience. Evenings by appointment Upstairs in the Mercantile Building 485 Front St. North 392-4323 ii gist Site lial PIOK UP, R.V., GAIIPER 60 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah 392-3831 1 USE elOlSaOla3ssbq YOUR ............... BIG-O-CARD i liz!iili =: 33.95 j .40 ['175-14  37.95 i .40 _ I s'/75r-i 39.5 .=0 _ I i95/75R'14 , 39.95 .15_ I 205/75 R-14 43.75 I ,IA . -- I 2575R-,, "4.50 :- I 225/75 R-14 44.95 1  :- i s5/5' ' 34.95 205/75 R-15 44.00 i- 215/75 R-15 44.95 _. [ 225/75 n-15 47.77 .:: - I 5;-t . -_ ASPEN ALL SEASON RADIAL RETREADS INSTALLATION s2000s "'" $ ,es,, ,==