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March 9, 1983

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Page 16 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, March 9, 1983 brought down to police head- Police and fire quarters for questioning. Driver taken to court Edward Ruehle of 23834 S.E. lllth Street is taking a local 17-year-old youth to court for the way he drives. On the morning of February 22, Ruehle reported he was driving down the Issaquah-Hobart Road when the youth pulled out in front of him and slammed on his brakes. Ruehle had to swerve off the road, he said, momentarily losing control of his car. Both drivers stopped to argue about the incident, and Ruehle decided to file charges with the prosecutor's office. Trailer explodes On March 6 King County District 10 firefighters arriv- ed at the scene of a burning trailer in time to rescue a 73- year-old man. Frank Lenci of 13915 240th S.E. had been remov- ing a heating unit from his 28-foot trailer, but neglected to turn the gas off. The trailer filled up with gas and exploded, leaving Lenci with first and second degree burns on his back, hands and arms. He was taken to Harborview Medical Center. The trailer received about $5,000 damage. Truck-ear accident Three people were slightly injured March 5 when a King i i ii County garbage truck and a passenger car collided on the Cedar Grove Road at the en- trance of 156th Ave. S.E. Robert Hanson, of 4244 333rd S.E., was driving the dump truck and suffered a cut upper lip from the acci- dent. Two passengers in the car, Beth Stutznegger, 13, of 23327 S.E. 156th suffered a cut elbow and Jennifer' Moore, 5, of 139 Capella Drive N.W. received a head injury. Both were taken to Over- lake Hospital, treated and released. Playground injury Christa Tarpley, 8, escaped serious injury after she fell from a monkey bar on the playground at May Valley Elementary March 2. Tarplay was swinging on DWI A North Bend man drove his car off the road at the corner of Front Street and Sycamore Drive on Friday, March 4. Police later arrested him for drunk driving. Walter Alder of 42748 170th was not injured when the Issaquah aid crew arrived at the scene. He was released to friends. Cash box found Police discovered a grey metal cash box in the woods between Second Avenue and Clark Elementary School last week. According to police, the box belonged to a Belle- vue firm which had been burglarized. Old receipts and a small amount of cash were in the box. Bellevue police are using it in their continuing investi- gation of the burglary. the bar at recess when Kiwa i another student pried her n s fingers off, causing the fall. She was taken to Overlake sponsor Hospital, where X-rays I t revealed a bruised back. She Sonrise was otherwise unhurt. Drugs found Issaquah police searched a car parked in the woods at the entrance of the Issaquah Gun Club Saturday, March 5, and a Tukwila man with marijuana. Two Issaquah youths, also in the car, were not charged. All three were i 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 service The Kiwanis Club of Issa- quah Valley is sponsoring a Sonrise Service Easter Sun- day beginning at 6:30 a.m. The non-denominational ser- vice will be held at the Issa- quah High School football stadium and will be over promptly at 7:30 a.m. A choir for the event is now being formed, led by Bill Klein. Anyone is invited to sing. Practices are at Our Savior Lutheran Church, March 20 and 27 from 1 to 2 p.m., and April 2, at Issa- quah High School Stadium from 1 to 12 p.m. Pastor Eric Josephson of Pine Lake Covenant will of- ficiate at the services and Wilber Antisdale will give the address. Free will offerings will be accepted and given to the Issaquah Food Bank. For more information call Dave Hildreth at 392-5184 or Jack Porter at 392-7947. i WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF GAS, OIL & ELECTRIC FURNACES IF YOUR FURNACE HAS NOT BEEN SERVICED WITHIN THE PAST YEAR, WE SUGGEST YOU GIVE US A CALL! ISSAQUAH HEATING 161 Front St. N., Issaquah 392 6258 Host an Exchange Student Families are needed for European students who are coming to spend a school year in your community. Please open your home and heart. Share a wonderful family experience Build lasting friendships Show America at its best Promote international understanding You can select your student now. Pleaee call Catherine Laver, 641-4709 or collect: (203) 629-2754 Idurtional Foundation For Foreign 4ltudy a non-profit organization ISSAQUAH'S 3rd ANNUAL 5-MILE RUN FOR LITTLE LEAGUE DATE: Saturday, April 2, 1983. PLACE: Issaquah High School Athletic Field, 700- 2nd S.E. (near downtown I ssaquah). START: 10:00 a.m. Line-up at 9:45 a.m. COURSE: 5 miles . mostly fiat, paved roadway, through scenic Issaquah. ELIGIBILITY: Open to all men, women, children, joggers, runners, and walkers. DIVISIONS: Men & Women: 13 & under, 14-18, 19- 29, 30.39, 40-49, 50 & over. AWARDS: Trophies to top finishers In each divi- sion. Ribbons to other top finishers. Free T- Shirts to all finishers. REGISTRATION: Mall-In Entry $5.00 (must be received by March 31st). Checks payable to: "lssaquah Run." Pick-up running between 8:00 ,s.m. & 9:30 a.m. day of run. Day-Of.Run Entry $6.00 (Registration from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.). ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE AT: ISSAQUAH PRESS FAST LADY SPORTS 45 Front St. S. Gilman Village M-F 9-5 M-S 10-5, Sun. 12-5 /17Jp$/ For more Information call: Tom Wh/tmore 392-2290 Some of Ellen's Dinners this week will be: Pasta with Clam Sauce Beef with Mushroom Shallot Sauce Pan Fried Chicken Shish Taok (Marinated ChickenKabob) Creole Eggplant Chicken with Sour Cream Sauce Please call to tell us you re coming Original Ellen's Gilman Village  392.1209 It AVAILABLE ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS... Federal Way 32945 Pacific Hwy. S. *lurlen 236 S.W, 152nd =Woodlnville 17705 130th N.E. eJuanlt= 9755 Juonlto Dr. ,Kenmore 17562 68th Ave. N.E. ,l|saquah 1871 N.W. Gilman Blvd. eBrernerton 4173 Wheaten Way. 2521 6th Street *Renton 343 Union Ave, N.E. a FRYER PARTS FRESH WASHINGTON GROWN i II ii BREASTS ..... lb. $1.11'8 THIGHS ...... lb. $1.58 BRUMSTIOKS.. lb. $1.=e WINGS ........ lb. 98" NEeKS/BAOK.S,.... lb. 28' RIB.B.Q PORK SLABS ,r;z'S2.58 LIKE A BONELESS SPARERIB WITH BBQ SAUCE BUILT-IN NO BONES'NO WASTE BEEF RUMP ROAST"'"" uscA cho,,. 0eel .............. I, $1.98 PORK SPARE nmeFresh;3-'b,. ,,,-, Under ....................... ,b. Sl.78 ALL VEAL STEA v spuo Ore.d: Frozen, Ko C.o..d c..d ................. ,. S2.58 HALIBUT ev=.vo 0..s.o cou,,  II r-NlO Prev. Frozen .................... lb. $3.79 S Previously Froze .......... lb. $5, Carrots CLIP TOP Ibs, for GRAPEFRUIT SNOBOY Texas Ruby Red. r s / ''1 POTATOES No., ,usse, ................. 4 ,..'1 "ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST" FEBRUARY 16 THROUGH MARCH 19 Village Theatre 120 Front Street N., Issaquah RESERVATIONS: 392-2202 Seafood I IIIil'g00!l'|g00l Cocktails .... conveniently located "llr/ ......... . 1 block south of " The Vllla-ge Theatre L LUNCH ME FOR ISSAQUAt] ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ,MARCH 14-18 Men.- Meat & Vegetable Soup, Mini-Cheese Zombie, )uarters, Cookie , ues.- Hamburger, Buttered Corn, Apple Quarters, ChAD CookiA Wed.- Spaghetti, French Roll, Green Salad, Peaches Thurs.- Chicken Pattie w/Rice, Green Beans, Chilled Pear Patrick's Cookie Fri.- TEACHER'S WORKSHOP NO SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOL ENTREES Men.- Meat & Veg. Soup, Cheeze Zombie Pastrami Sandwich Tues.- Hamburger or Chicken Pattie Bun or Egg Salad Sandwich Wed.- Beef-a-Roni or Egg Salad Sandwi01 Thurs.- Fish w/Rice or Bologna and Sandwich Frl.- TEACHER'S WORKSHOP NO SCH( courtesy of PUGET SOUND BAKING in Mark-It Foods 392-134 Tea Room -- 355 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-11 PRAIRIE MJIR00ET FOODS Hygrade Chicken SLICED BOLOGNA .... 12-oz. Pkg. 68" Old Faithful: Reg. or Thick SLICED BACON .......... 14b. Pkg. s 148 Kraft Harvest Moon Mediurn o,M ..... .,12.oz. sl 88 CHEDDAR CHEESE Jack Cheese Pkl. Longmont Turkey Franks. .,b. Pkg. Bar-S Sliced; Assorted Bologna or.Cooked Salami Lunch Meats .... 1,bPk / CLAIROL FINAL NET Non -Aerosol Hair Spray: h Ultra-Hold, =,..:,  Unscented . 40' Off Label 8oz. Liquid Fabric Softener DOWNY. ,o,. $2 3e Springfresh Tall Plastic Wastebasket LINERS ..................... 20c,.98 Liquid Cleaner MR. CLEAN ............. ,0oz. $2 88 Blue Mt. Natural Style: Asstd. Dog or Cat PET FOOD ......... ,,,soz 3/s 1 Banquet Frozen Assorted T.V. HERS 88 DIN .......... ,, oz,o loz Ruffles: Assorted Vorielies POTATO CHIPS ....... 80= 9 8 eleste Frozen: Canadian Bacon or Deluxe PIZZA ............... tooz. Kellogg's Cereal RICE KRISPIES ......... loz. Freshie SHORTENING ........ ,8oz. Long Spaghetti or Elbow Macaroni BEST BET PASTA .... ,,o, Generic: Wide EGG NOODLES ...... ,0oz French Onion or Onion-Mushroom Instant Dry MRS. GRASS souP'o:;3/s 1 Sunshine Snack Cracker.= CHEEZ-ITS ............... loz. Bango Yellow p POPCORN .............. ,oz. Standby FRUIT COCKTAIL .... ,oz 5 Standby "Lite" FRUIT COCKTAIL .., 1 NO. 1 GOLDEN RIPE Ibs. For Bellevue Redmond I Juanita I Issaquah 2208-136th NE 737n.170th Ave NE q755 Juanita Or. 1871 NW Gilman 81vd PRICES GOOD THRU MAR. 15, 1983. SALES LIMITED TO RETAIL QUANTITIES'.