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,q WINE AND BEEE VARIETY DEPT. iceandfire burns County District 10 could not stop a at the home of Chriss it did more $20,000 damage on fire at 22910 N.E. 4th by a faulty fire- the home. Cracks in caused the fire to rata the floor of the through the and up into the roof carport. one was home when arrived at the around noon. There in the blaze. halted and surrounding tre beams were burned a home at 20334 S.E. on February 22 but firefighters were able the fire before it blaze started under a at the home Paterson. Total was estimated at school than $100 in tools equipment were stolen room at Issaquah ,25. drill bits, electric sabre saw and a heavy duty extension cord were'taken the previous evening from room E-I1. There are no suspects. Video center burglarized lssaquah polic e were mak- ing a routine check of A & S Amusement Center at 135 East Sunset Way during the night of February 25 when they noticed a sliding door left ajar. After further investiga- tion, police discovered a cash machine, change machine worth $1200 and dozens of game tokens had been stolen. Transmissions stolen Nine transmissions were stolen from Mike's Trans- mission at 1655 N.W. Mall on February 24. Owner Mike White of 5242 336th Ave. S.E. reported the value of the car parts were about $360. Tot speedway shut down Police are planning to put an end to the use of a danger- ous play area near the center of town. At the intersection of Third Ave. and Bush Street, very young bicyclists have converted a driveway into a Drug and alcohol program featured at Issaquah Junior High Drug and alcohol abuse will be the topic for two meetings at Issaquah ,Junior High on Tuesday, March 8. During regular school hours an assembly program will be presented for students. Terry Martin, the survivor of a recent Bellevue auto- Visitors invited to Pine Lake Junior High In honor of "Focus on Education" week, Pine Lake Junior High is inviting parents and community members to visit the school during regular school hours to see it "in action." Visitors are invited to come by the school between 7:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., Wednesday through Friday, March 9, 10, 11. Guests may visit the office and library areas as well as all class- rooms. Stop by the office for maps and directions. Refreshments will be avail- able in the library during each day. Anyone wishing to do so may also buy school lunch to eat with the NO DUMP meets to share landfill concerns mobile accident in which B. Littlejohn. He will talk several teenagers were killed, about physical evidence of NO DUMP (No Darn will speak at the assembly. A drug abuse and other related Unsightly Municipal Poilu- close friend of one of the vic- topics. His presentation will Lion), an organization formed tiros will also talk to include a display of drug by residents living near the students. Four young people paraphernalia and various Cedar Hills Landfill in the from Kirkland will discuss drugs being used today. Issaquah-Maple Valley area, decision making and other . will mark the start of its third topics relating to alcohol and This PTSA-sponsored pro- year of battle with King drugs. After the assembly, gram will also feature a County with an informa- students will be able to view counselor who will speak tional meeting open to the the car in which Martin and about behavioral evidence of general public on Friday, his friends were driving when drug and alcohol abuse. He March 4. the accident occurred, will give information on At 7 p.m., the same day, seeking help and how to cope At this meeting, residents parents and public are invited with problems associated will be informed about what to the school to hear Bellevue With this growing trend action has, is and Fill be Police Department's Juvenile among young people of taken against .the possible Youth Services Detective R. alcoholand drugabuse, pollution of this region by the King County Landfill at Cedar Hills. This will include discussion of the NO DUMP lawsuit against King County. Input from all concerned citizens is welcome. The NO DUMP committee will answer questions and gather information from residents on problems caused by this landfill. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the lssaquah Community Hall, located in downtown lssaquah adjacent to the post office parking lot on East Sunset Way. Shirley Glandon mini racetrack for tricycles, students Lunches cost $1.50 Case of 24, $6.69 ] [Case of 24, Sl0.49] to police an electric According to police, they for adults. Lunch breaks are reversible drill, seto.....________f don't sto.__._p for ro.__.aad traffic, atl0:30a.m, andll:30a.m. Vegetables Fruits 2-Liter ISSAQUAH'S 3rd ANNUAL 29 000000i;iii; - 00ii00t: ,C: ' 5-fllLl: RUN Kernel Corn. ' FOR LITTLE LEAGUE Bot.e April 2, 1983. ;saquah High School Athletic Field, 700- (near downtown Issaquah). 10:00 a.m. Line-up at 9:45 a.m. 5 miles . mostly flat, paved roadway, scenic Issaquah. Open to all men, women, children, runners, and walkers. Men & Women: 13 & under, 14-18, 19- 40-49, 50 & over. hies to top finishers in each dlvi- s to other top finishers. Free T- to all finishers. Mail-in Entry $5.00 (must be by March 31st). Checks payable to: Run." Pick-up running numberr 8:00 a.m. & 9:30 a.m. day of run. try $6.00 (Registration from 8:00 o9:30 a.mJ. RY FORMS AVAILABLE AT: PRESS F,ST LADY SPORTS it St. S. Gilman Village M-S 10-5, Sun. 12-5 Directory of Physicians and COUNSELORS T. Stephenson Holmes, M.D., P.S. Individual and Family Psychiatry Pine Lake Dental-Medical Center 22727 S.E. 29th Street Issaquah 392-8213 0ENTISTS Dr. Tom Cawrse Dentistry for children and young adults 154 Front Street N. Issaquah 392-4048 Jay D. Decker Orthodontics for adults and children 22,731 S.E. 29th ISsaquah 454-6522 Ronsld j. Fasano Orthodontics 125 Front Street S. ISSaquah 392-7533 Barry A. Feder Family dentist 84 Front Street S, Issaquah 392-7541 RObert C. Folkman General 3entistry 990-5th Ave. N.W. Issaquah 392-5602 $leven C. Hsrrop Family dentistry , 970 5th Avenue N.W. Issaquah 392-4600 A.D. Lloyd General dentistry 85 N W. Alder Place, Suite D Ssaquah 392-6455 Edwin W. Mitchell ;mily dentistry a N.W. Alder Place Issaquah 392-1239 dF.rry W. Mitchell emily dentistry , 40 Front Street S. ISsaquah 392-6466 Jeffrey L. Parrish ;?nml=i!Y dent ist ry ^-',- LaKe Dental/Medical Ctr ;727 S E 29th Street Issaqua'h 155-4222 For more information call: Tom Wh/tmore 392-2290 Dentists Homer Perkins General dentistry 206 Front Street N. Issaquah 392-3744 DeWitt S. Randall Family dentistry 1350 N.W. Maple Issaquah 392.1256 Arnold R. Sims General Dentistry 208 Front Street N. Issaquah 392-5323 Charles H. Reed General dentistry 640 Front Street N. Issaquah 392-1318 PHYSICIANS Issaquah 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. Kinnlsh, M.D. family practice Elizabeth Lehmann family practice David Hurlbut, M.D., FACS general surgery John D. Gofman ophthamology 640 Front St. No. 392-6486 Village Family Medical Center L.J. Greenblstt, D.O. osteopathic phys!clan & surgeon 385 Front St. No. 392-8445 ' --L Town House )plnacn or Sauerkraut .... 1S-oz. ......... Con 29* g CREAMOF m Town CHICKEN oup ...... 3'5' s 1 House ...... Cans g CREAMOF e Town 10.S-oz. $1 MUSHROOM >oup House .......... 3 Cans Spaghetti or E,,o. Macoron 4Jb. $1" Town House ........... Bag @i!i LUCERNE Cheese COTTAGE Large or Small Curd. Also Low Fat g -lb. Ctn. Cube Margarine Scotch ,, Buy ........ Pk, 39  t Cheese Luceroe, Mild or Medium 2-lb. $3 9, Cheddar, Monterey or Colby... Loaf 8-oz. Cream Cheese Lucerne ....... Pkg. 69 L.ream Luce;ne ............ Ctn. 79' Choc. Milk Lucerne... ........ CartonGalln s 1" =m @ Biscuits Mrs Wright', Sweet- I[ G-OZ. $1 milk or Buttermilk .......... dl Tubes TASTY NUGGETS Safeway Dog Food The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, March 2, 1983 - Page 7 Man.- Hot Dog Rollup, Vegetarian Beans, Raw Relishes, Sugar Cookie Tues.- Hamburger, French Fries, Raw Relishes, Peaches Wed.- Beef-a-Roni, Green Salad, Raisin Batter Bread, Fruit Cup Thurs.- Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Bulgar Roll, Rosy Applesauce, Cherry Cobbler Frl.- Build your own Sandwich (Turkey, Bologna, Cheese, and Peanut Butter), Cup of Soup, Pears, Pineapple & Bananas, TV Cookie TOWN HOUSE REG. PERC or DRIP Granulated Edwards Sugar Coffee =,0::s2991 = $579 Mrs. Wright's Flour... .... ,0,Ga s, s, J Crackers GusyBaker t-,,. 59* Saltines .................. Box  Ramen Town  .... $1 Noodles Houso 7 .... Pkgs.  Tomato Town ..oz $1' Catsup .o .......... Got,,. g Scotch 32-oz. Mayonnaise Buy ................. Jar 99  Liquid Bleach WhiteMogic Gallon ........ u, 69 Appl " Town 64-oz. S 1 $9 e Juice House ............. Bottle - Sauce House. Spaghetti Town ....... 32 .... Jar $1 a9 Ripe Olives Town House 6-oz. Small, Pitted ........... Can 89 Quick Oats Sa,ewo. 42-0z. s 1 =' ............. Gox Selected Brands Frozen U.S. Inspected lb. 0000ChunkTuna 00P00anutButter0000 '/ Sea ---- Scotch  WJI Ir Trader LO u 6.5o,---- ' 99 g U __e__ Daytime Diapers Gox $799 nUgglmi Convenience Pack .......... of 48 t ,NTE.S,VE Lotion VASELINE ,0-oz. $ ! 69 CARE .......... Bottle Style Hair Spray ............ G.; Sl' g SHEER LUXDRY Pantyhose Sa,ewo, ....... Pair $129 Game Hens IT-Bone Beef $ CHICKEN Frozen ltoz. $ 249 BREAST Patties ..... k,. TYSON .......... Safeway 1 -lb. Pork Sausage Who,e Ho $1 s9 ........ Roll eaR U.S.D,A. Choice. lb. Top Sirloin , LBoneless, Beef $2" Boneless Ham Smok-A-Roma, W/A $199 S to 7- bs .......... lb. lb. Pork Roast toiaEnd $1 ' 3 to 4-1bs. Avg ........... lb. ,-,h. $1 s9 Premium Franks ,eway ...... Pk, Fresh Snapper Fillets ....... ,. $1" Shrimp Meat Frozen, Cooked ........ lb. s4" Pork Rib Chops Ta yl CALIF. Chenin Blanc. French Colom- 1.S-L __ or CELLARS bard, Dry Red or Dry White .... Bottle 1 $6 C el Lambrusco Rosato ella or Boned " 1.5-L $4" ........................... Bottle Irish Red 8]11 eAll GEORGE t. ,,-o, s2" KILLIANS ........ v .. Bottles Schlitz Beer .......... 12;:$4 49 Lean Ground Beef SECONDARY SCHOOL ENTREES Man.- HGt Dog Rollup or Ham & Cheese Sandwich Tues.- Hamburger or Egg Salad Sandwich Wed.- Spaghetti or Salami Sandwich Thurs.- Oriental Chicken or Tuna Salad Sandwich Frl.- Taco or Cheese Sandwich cotrtesy of PUGET SOUND BAKING CO. in Mark-It Foods 392-1341 Tea Room -- 355 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-1700 WHITE ;,l..,ee., l- i Mrs. Wright's RTS 16.$-oz. 99 s Cake Mixes M2sW:itge|itBio: SAFEWAY BAKED GOODS Ovenjoy Bread ........ 2o:::; 79' g -- -- Danish . Butternorns . Wrlghrs ..... oPfkt'Sl =' Vegetable Oil ,ude .... ,GO,Go,t,e $1"  Tomato Town 8 .... $t SauceHouse ........... S Can , Tomato PasteT;':se o, ......... Can 29' g JLIJ .k Town House 4-oz Sl ,.u,,rooms Stems & Pieces ....... 2 Cans CI- of 36, $29.99] Orange Juice From Florida Hal-air Frozen 12-oz. Can glee " 'ucerae Ha. Gol S, s, .ream Assorted ............ Carton | p_ ----L Gel-air 12-oz. Fruit um;n Fro .................. Coo 49 * Fried rc'.n.... .... House 2-lb. $209 %lll lRdll I Frozen ........... Box j Bel-air Pizza "" ,, ,soz Crispy Crust ........ Pkg. 89 Meat "" scaLe, Buy I ,-o, Sl I'leS Fro. ................ , Pkos. tT T''A Gel'air 2-lb. ater -.*=.=, Froze .............. Bog 89 * Mushrooms Zebbies Fresh Mushroom Batter Mix 6.oz. Pkg. 98  is1 so Grapes Chilean White Seedless Potatoes Russet. . 3 ,s $1 Baking .o, ........ Calif Avocados ...... ....... 5 countanpk, ,,. Jumbo Lemons ,rash .............. 5 ,o, $1 Green Cabbage Texas Gro .......... lb. 25' Select Carrots .o, ............ 3 ; 99 Fresh Strawberries Ca"arno ...... Dry ....... Rin, 89  Breakfast Prunes su, .o. sw., ....... Pkg. 98' nni... Yellow -lb. No. 1 v ,,.es.,,h.. 10 98 ........ Bog Russet Potatoes Sunkist Oranges CutFrom s I ,o ]o,:,79 c ,..,... 3 $1 14 to 17-1h. Loins 89 SO-lb. Bog $3.95 Navel Ib Ibs. ISSAQUAH Prices effective Wednesday, March 2nd thru Tuesday,' March 8, 1983. Sales in retail quantities only,