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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, April 20, 1983 ii Around town Who's news Konarski selected 'Woman of Achievement' Gilman Village manager Betty Konarski has been selected one of eight Women of Achievement by Women in Communications, a na- tional professional society for women in journalism and communications. She was honored at the organization's annual Matrix Table dinner at the Westin Hotel April 12. Konarski was the driving force behind the formation of Gilman Village, a hugely successful enterprise which now includes 35 specialty shops on seven acres. The village is scheduled to double in size in the near future. Konarski is a former .teacher in elementary and high school. She was a delegate to the White House Conference on Small Business in 1980 and was a member of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce Trade Mission to China the same year. She is a consul- tant to the business depart- ments of Bellevue Communi- ty College and the University Betty Konarski of Washington, a member of the Women's Professional and Managerial Association and Women + Business. Accepting her award, Konarski said, "Those of you who know me will find it unusual to see me speech- less." Blood program volunteers honored The Puget Sound Blood Program will give special recognition to its 750 volun- teers, including several from the lssaquah area, during National Volunteers Week April 17-23. lssaquah volunteers with the blood progrm include Stew Bolton, Phyllis Lind, and Linda Linden. During 1982, volunteers throughout the eight-county region served by the blood program contributed more than 65,000 hours of service. Showalter on academy board Carl A. Showalter, a teacher at Liberty High, has 'been named to the United States Achievement Academy's National Advi- sory Board. The board is composed of PUGET SOUND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Offers training in the following Allied Health Careers... .... ==- DENTAL ASSISTANT \\; • 24 Weeks • Class Hours 12:30-4:30 MEDICAL ASSISTANt • 28 Weeks • Class Hours: 8:00-12:00 Job Placement Assistance Student Aid Plan Carl Now. 451-8534 Class Size Limited Puget Sound Institute of Technology Bellevue Campus 555 108th NE select teachers throughout the nation who support the academy's endeavors to recognize achievement. The National Advisory Board will advise the academy, evaluate scholarships and honors pro- grams, and support the ac- tivities of the USAA. Showalter joins more than 700 teachers nationwide in serving on the board. Clubs Women's Clubs convene in Bellevue The Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs convention will be held in Bellevue April 28 through May I. Delegates for the more than 300 members who make up the 81 clubs of the Federation will deliberate on resolutions vital to women's affairs. Two Issaquah women ac- tive in federation affairs are Mrs. Eugene Gosnell, vice- president of King County District, and Mrs. Jack Mun- ro, Public Affairs chairman for the district. Both will at- tend the convention, Gosnell as chairman of the Bernina Sewing Contest, and Munro in charge of registration and Carl Showalter reservations. @lt kd 000000mttttb'00 00eli '00e00taurant LUNCH SPECIAL Onkel O's Favorite - Kaiser roll fill- ed with fresh roast beef, cheddar cheese, lettuce and tomato. Cup Of Minestrone Soup ONLY s4 With purchase of lunch special, our S NEWYORK STYLE CHEESECAKE 2 pars,ca New this week/ AMARETrO MOUSSE PIE Sl.50 pars,ca m Open Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m. to 7p.m. m 185 Front St. N., I ssaquah 392-8615 DON'T BUYA MAJOI HOME PLIANCE'TIL YOU CH ;K WITH KING AND BUNNYS . . . 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Storage Capacity PRIC \\; • No-fingerprint Textured Steel Door • Durable Porcelain-on-Steel Interior Lineir • Attractive Gold Trimmed Shelves = Color Coordinated Sunny Hills P.T.A. : Sunny Hills P.T.A. will hold a general meeting April 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the multi- purpose room. There will be a presentation on the pro- gress of the transition com- mittee by Sue Seiber. Mr. Doughty will report on the progress of the build- ing committee. The P.T.A. will appoint a nominating committee then the meeting will be opened to a question and answer session covering the topics of: Fort Worden, computers, school atmos- phere, and other concerns the P.T.A. and other parents of Sunny Hills have previously questioned. All parents are invited, both members of P.T.A. and " non-members. Women's Aglow The Women's Aglow Fel- lowship of Issaquah will meet Friday, April 22 at 9:15 a.m. at Lutheran Bible Institute. Speaker will be Betty Jac- ques. Donation is $1.50. Child Masonic tribute Masonic officers of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Washington parade to the site of the new library cornerstone-laying ceremonies last Saturday afternoon. The program was conducted under the s Lodge No. 108 of Issaquah. Speakers Included Richard Gauron, worshipful master of the Myrtle Lodge, Culver and Robert Fletcher, president of the Issaquah Library Board. The event was symbolic only -- the act stone will be laid In concrete at a later time during construction of the building, which should be complete Betty Jacques care is available. Come and feel blessed. For more in- formation call Eileen Pasker at 392-9473 or Mary Anne Walker at 392-5244. TEMPERATURE Pine Lake of 212th Ave. S.E. and S.E. Community Club 20th St. The agenda will in- The Pine Lake Community elude the annual election of Club is a community service officers. organization serving the resi- The meeting will be follow- dents of the greater Pine ed at 8 p.m. with a program Lake Plateau area. The pub- by the Issaquah Singers, a 17- lic is invited to attend and member choralgroup. participate in improving the community. The club will hold its regu- lar monthly meeting Wednes- day, April 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the clubhouse on the corner VEROSOLฎ ; :i, A SHADE FOR ALL SEASONS Reflecting 60% of the summer sun and reduces winter heat loss 49%. A remarkable work of art. 35% or=: WOVEN WOODS The beauty of yam with the natural quality of wood. Compllmenta W to any decor. 50% OFF ALUMINUM MINI BLINDS The precise control of sun, light and view as they conserve energy. An exqui- site window treatment in 78 colors, 345- 106th 454-5831 HOURS: Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30. Saturday 9:00-4:00 III DIET FACTS & FALLACIES  by Kathy Ebsary 1ADD SOME FIBER IBI TO YOUR LIFE! "Fiber" has become the digestion and eltmina-. most debatable item in tion. the American diet today. Unrefined carbohy. Interest was first sparked drates (fruits, vegetables in 1970 with a medical whole-gra n cereals and report demonstrating breads) are the best reduced occurrence of sources of fiber. It iswiae disease in nations with to choose foods such as diets high in fiber, these rather than "fiber Since that time, fiber pills which have no has been heralded as a known benefit." "cure-all" and often abused in Its use. DletCenterstressesthe Research does indicate importance of eating that certain types of fiber foods high in fiber, can lower blood Choles- especially if you are terol levelS, improve" interested in losing ar rocessin blood aug P . gin weight and maintaining diabetics and aid In good health. CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION M-F 7 to 1,3:30 to 5:30, SAT. 8 to 10 a.m. 1005 12th N.W.-ISSAQUAH 392-9559 Orthopedic Auxiliary The Issaquah Orthopedic Auxiliary will meet Thurs- day, April 21, at the Issaquah Elks Club, 765 Rainier Blvd. N. The meeting will start at II a.m. with the nomination and election of new officers. The Spring Luncheon and the May Penny Drive will be discussed. Please save your pennies for the Children's Orthope- dic Hospital. The ladies will be collecting for the Penny Drive starting May 1. Hostesses are -- Mrs. Bea Bagne, Mrs. Ann Freeborn, Mrs. Delbert LaFord, Mrs. Robert May and Mrs. Roy McReynolds. Why we go to Faith... We ellioy participating in the growth of thb new church. Its welcoming congregation is concerned with the individual, families and community of today and tomorrow. Davis, Kathleen and Jeanette Hylkema FAITH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting at Hofidy Inn  Issaquah CHURCH SCHOOL for ALL AGES 9 A.M. WORSHIP  Nursery & Children's Activities l0 A.M. .4...,..., t,,.. 392-0123 CHARTERING SERVE MAY 8 II l:taa00,a t. Open for Breakfast 7 a.m.. Mon..Fri EARLY BIRD BREAKFAST SPECIAL: 7-9 A.M. h Watch Sonics in the Playoffs First game Wednesday with Portland. Watch on our Giant Screen TV and an- Joy free popcorn during the game. Sign up now for FASANO'S ANNUAL SPRING GOLF CLASSIC Reserve June 121 Capeder with auctioi Millie Capeder of ] is a member of the Christian committee. She dinner menu which served at the April the Bellevue Red She is also in decorations. Reservations for tion for Christian may be made Items to be elude a '31 Chr Mazda GLC, a balloon ride, niture, a Day Mariners and others in all Breakfast, & Dinner served 2 p.m. -10 for our aged 55 ISSA( 12 noon. 4 and Saturday 10 tO Next to FLINTOFT'$ Issa( FUNERAL Since Crematlonl Memorlsll '1 Pre.Arran9 elltl 222- Tom & AlbSt FLINTO