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Page 12 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, April 6, 1983 Financing Fun Forest Steve McFarland hands a check for $400 from the Issaquah Valley Kiwanis to school safety patrols Heather Penney (left) and Krlstln Stlllwell. The money will pay for the school patrol's trip to the Fun Forest at the end of the school year. iii ii ii i ii1|11 i i Police and fire I Fatal Car Wreck lssaquah fire fighters, police and King County Dis- trier 10 fire fighters worked for six hours at the scene of a fatal car wreck on Interstate 90 Wednesday night, March 30. A Bellevue man, Roger Lynn Kildall, 35, was killed instantly in the front seat of his Volkswagen at 1:20 a.m. after his car swerved off the road to the right and blocked westbound traffic. A tractor trailer driven by a Yakima man crashed into the small vehicle, trapping the driver in his cab. Issa- quah firefighters hoisted the man, Robert Caldwell, out of the crushed cab within half an hour of the accident. Caldwell suffered a broken vertebrae and other minor in- juries. Stolen car Hartwig Hans Vatheuer of 1828 245 S.E. reported his 1971 Ford pick up truck had been stolen from the lssa- quah Park and Ride lot on March 31. Vantheuer return- ed to the lot around 6:30 p.m. that evening and dis- covered the car missing. It is metallic brown with a white and brown canopy. DWI A 20-year-old Bellevue man was stopped by Issa- quah police on West Lake Sammamish Parkway Satur- day night after an operator at Doug's Shell Station called police suspecting the customer of drunk driving. Kevin Ruff of 15524 S. E. 8th, Bellevue, was taken back to police headquarters and cited for drunk driving. Three-way crash A three-car accident Fri- day morning, April I, left three people with cuts and bruises, but no other serious injuries. Drivers Nancy Sorensen of 462 Front Street and Kandy Waiters of 3324 216 Place S.E. collided in front of Safe- way around 9 a.m. Waiters and her passenger, Rick Mercer of ll09 Lewis Lane, had minor injuries from the collision and were taken to Screening begins for Pacific Northwest arts fair Screening for booth space at the annual Pacific North- west Arts and Crafts Fair will be held on Saturday, April 16, at Hyak Junior High School, 445 128th Ave. S.E., Bellevue. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. and continue until noon at the school gymnasium. All items must be picked up on Sunday, April 17, between 4 and 6 p.m. at the same loca- tion. The goal of the Pacific Northwest Arts and Crafts Association is to exhibit professional quality crafts and to seek out new and interesting work done by ar- tists and craftsmen. Since there are always more entries than the fair space can accommodate, it is necessary to have a screening for those wishing to participate. Artisans screening for space may submit three pieces of work. Jewelers may enter the number of pieces necessary for a representa- tional display. When distance makes it difficult to attend screening, two items (not photographs or slides of work) may be mailed post- paid with return postage and $5 for handling fee enclosed. Mailed items must be re- ceived well in advance of registration and should be directed to the Bellevue Art Museum, 301 Bellevue Square, Bellevue, WA 98004. The Pacific Northwest Arts and Crafts Fair, one of the largest outdoor art fairs in the country, will be held in Bellevue Square on July 29, 30and 31, 1983. For further information and registration applications, contact the fair office at the Bellevue Art Museum, or call 454-4900. Overlake Hospital. Sorensen was taken to Eastside Group Health, com- plaining of a sore neck. Round-up Police rescued loose horses twice last week. Officer Ed Billington and Sergeant Ron Brothers helped Kim Cox of 695 17th Ave. N.W. round up her steed on March 31, Officer Chris Felstad herded a confused Pinto in the Issa- quah Park and Ride lot last weekend. Burglary, vandalism Over the weekend of March 25, someone broke in- to the office of Dr. Ted Kadet at 85 N.W. Alder Place, and stole about $50 cash from the cash box, Police are investigating. Last week, juveniles from the A and S Amusements destroyed shrubs in front of City Hall. City officials have requested extra patrol. Mayor may veto council meeting night change The City Council adopted an ordinance April 4 chang- ing council meeting nights to the first and third Thursdays This year you're faced with over 100 changes In the tax laws and forms. Did you know that working married couples may deduct up to $1,500 for the first time? There's even a new entry for charitable deductions on the 1040A short form. And that's just the beginnlngl We know every change on every form. II II H&R BLOCK The new tax lows. ,,, This year's number one reason to go to H&R Block. of each month, beginning in May. The move finalizes council action on the idea, introduced originally by Councilman Ernie Smith, unless Mayor A.J. Culver decides to veto the change. Culver said he might do that because, "I'd like to see a little more support for an idea that breaks a 91-year tradition, than the desires of four people." Councilmen Ernie Smith, Dave Clark, Joe Peterson and Dick Mitchell supported the meeting night change. Smith said his reasons for changing the night were not personal because he will forfeit Thursday night sports to come to council meetings. But he said, the change "will better serve the public." Peterson also said prevoiusly the new night was in the best interest of the public. Councilman Pergakis, who previously voiced strenuous disapproval of the move two weeks ago, said Monday night he will overcome his personal inconveniences to come to council ineetings whatever night it meets. Mayor Cuiver has 10 days to veto the move. IN ISSAQUAH Open Mon..FrL 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call torah appointment or come In at your convenience. Evenings by appointment Upstairs in the Mercantile Building 485 Front St. North 392.4323 ii i ,,, ii i The 1983 Issaquah Map & Business Directory Is Coming! Any local business with need of a listing In this year's edition of the map/directory, or a quantity of 25 or more maps should contact The Issaquah Press by Friday, April 8tk. THE ISSAQUAH PRESS Isiaquah Bellevue 1871 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 2208-136th PI. N.E. Skyway Family Market Kenmore 12600 Renton Ave. S. 17562 68th Ave. N.E. Burlen 236 S.W. 152nd Woodlnvllle 17705 130th N.E. Juanlta 9755 Juanita Dr. Federal Way 32945 Pacific Hwy. S. Bremerton 4173 Wheaton Way 2561 6th Street Renton 343 Union Ave. N.E. Lean Ground Beef FRESH $ lb. Lamb Shoulder Roast USDP, $ CH010E Ib, s , WASHINGTON GROWN FRYER Breasts...Ib. $1.79 Drumstioks...lb. $1.29 Thighs...lb. $1.59 Wings...lb. 990 (Southern Grown Boneless Thighs lb. $1.99) I I I I Illl Previously Frozen TURKEY WINGS ...................... lb. 38 High In Protein, Low In Cholesterol GROUND TURKEY .................... lb. 99 Fresh -- Sliced BEEF LIVER ............................. lb. 89 Fresh, Country Style PORK SPARE RIBS ................ lb. $1.79 Fresh Fillets of SNAPPER ........................ ,.. ,b. $1.98 Highliner; Breaded Round ;HRIMP 10oz. Pkg. $3.69 "'Our business is helping your business succeed'" 45 Front Street South 392-6434 i i ii 'Youth Leader of the Year' sought by Rainier Bank Rainier National Bank has begun accepting applications for the $10,000 E.K. and Lillian F. Bishop Foundation "Youth Leader of the Year" award. The award is designed to benefit youth-oriented pro- grams m Washington state by providing the winner with $10,000 for donation to the youth organization of his or her choice. The award is administered by the Rainier Bank Trust Division on behalf of the foundation. "The Bishop Foundation established this annual award to recognize an individual who makes an extraordinary contribution to young peo- ple. "The foundation is look- ing for a person who -- through an extra dedication of time and effort -- has helped youth in some special way, either by challenging them to participate, inspiring them to excel, or by helping them to develop worthwhile goals." The 1982 winner was Mrs. Patrinell Wright, founder and director of The Total Experience Choir, a Seattle gospel ensemble of mostly inner-city youth ranging in age from three to 19, past winners have troop leader of Boy Scouts, the youth service administrator of a the hearing-impaired, Letters of "Youth Leader of should be concise and l tain all regarding the youth and the nominee's involvement. Applications submitted to Bishop Foundation, National Bank, 3966, Seattle, PRHIRIE MHRI00ET Old Faithful: Reg. or Thick 1 lb. Pkg. Ball Park Franks ",.r'.:. "")1.49 Reg. or Beef.. Pkg. Grillmaster IPranks 89' Chicken. 1lb. Pkg. Polish Rin, ,2as Pkg s 139 Pinata Fresh 4 Varieties Burritos ............... 5o, Pkg 33' Bor-S Sliced 5 Varieties Bologna or Salami Lunch Meats .......... , ,.. s 1 Pinata Fresh Corn ....... 9 oz. 28' Tortillas Flour ..... ,2,/, oz. 39' TOMATO Xl 32oz 99 = Sunlite 4' Off Label COMET CLEANSER ........ )4oz. 42 Cleaner SPIC'N SPAN ............... s4oz. s27a Powdered TIDE DETERGENT .......... 49 oz, $2 ) e SNOBOY Frozen Corn, Peas, or Peas 8, Carrots 7 8 VEGETABLES ............ 20oz. Bag SNOBOY Frozen Concentrate APPLE JUICE ................ 2oz. 68 Generic: Balsam/Protein, Wheat Germ/Honey SHAMPOO .................. 6 oz $124 Generic: Balsam/Protein CONDITIONER. 6oz. $124 Generic ............ BABY SHAMPOO 6oz. s 124 Generic ......... BABY POWDER ............ 4 o,. $1 24 Tortilla Chips: Toasted Corn or Nacho Cheese $1 s8 DORITOS .................... 2oz. Jif: Creamy or Crunchy $--32 PEANUT BUTrER ........... 2aoz. In A Country Crock SHEDD'S SPREAD ........... Bib. Sl 6S Contadina TOMATO SAUCE .......... 8 o,. 4/$1 rElbow Macaroni or Long Spaghetti FRESHIE PASTA ............ a2oz. $ RalSton Cereal $1 4s CORN CHEX ........... , .... 16oz. / Ralston Cereal $1 6 RICE CHEX ................... 16oz. Ralston Cereal WHEAT CHEX .' ............. 22 oz'. Sl 7 Fireside Reg. or Miniature MARSHMALLOWS )0oz. to 10.s oz. 48  Sunshine Honey GRAHAM CRACKERS .... 32 oz. $1 6s Silver Mt. CAT LITTER. 10 lb. NO..2 RUSSETS CABBAGE Firm Or..o .................. MUSHROOMS Fr.,. oo. ......... ,b $1.78 Prices good through Aprli 12, 1983 CARROTS SNODOY: Clip lop