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andfire ado nothing May 5, Issaquah fire sped through rush searching out a fire on First only to find out the I Was a hoax. runaround began at when fire fighters to the scene of a near exit 15 off 90. While enroute they were t King County Fire already arrived that a struc- had broken out in Issaquah. rushed back drove around in for the blaze. It a youth in a false alarm aSSUmed name. Is- Tony Sin- youth had his parents been fined about a new city or- perpetrators alarms. crash accident at the and N.W. two women May 7. L., Keri Oelrich of Drive and of 4525 133 collided driving in traffic. Miller, Seven months preg- taken to Overlake of ab- Oerich suf- driver Police found 18- Langston lying uncon- the eastbound on- 90 on Sun- Orning, May 8. medics were called revived Langston, taken to Harbor- Fire District pulled Craig from his car, near 16105 Cedar on May 6. Emanuel, a resident of North Bend, lost control of the car in a rain storm that night and flipped over. He was taken to Overlake Hospital. Slashed tires A Bellevue man couldn&apos;t leave town after his dinner out Saturday night because someone slashed the tires on his 1983 Honda. The car was parked behind Fasano's Restaurant. The incident happened around 11 p.m. Knock. knock Police were called to Motel Six Saturday night after re- ceiving a report that two peo- ple were banging on doors all through the motel. It turned out a man was looking for his wife, who wouldn't tell him which room she was in. Police helped settle the argument. Vegetable graveyard Two women contacted po- lice last week to report they'd In the dark Gladys Harrison of 455 Front Street called police on Friday night, because she was in the dark. When police ar- rived they found her house was without electricity and a nearby street light was also out. Puget Power was con- tacted and power was restored. Later, Harrison called police back to thank "the nice man who came to her aid." Alcohol arrest John Schmidt, 21, of 749 Mt. View Place S.W. was ar- rested for serving alcohol to minors. Two youths accom- panying him were released to their parents. The incident took place near the Julius Boehm Pool on S.E. Clark Street, Ellerwood drag Residents of Ellerwood Drive has reported continual motorcycle racing by youths in their area in recent weeks. Police are increasing their patrol. found a shallow grave on the Break-in path near the Issaquah Gun Club, a smelly heap of dirt A residence in the 800 was being used as a bike block of Second Ave. was jump. broken into between May 5 Police investigated, find- and 7. A front window was ing the pile was a compost broken but nothing was heap. taken. ' II II I "-- LES GINN INSURANCE AGENCY Auto- Home- Boat- Condo-- Life- Business Representing: PEMCO UNITED PACIFIC Compare and Save! 104512th Ave. N.W. Cascade Business Park Issaquah 392-5069 Open sat. 9-12 SHARPEST PICTURE! CLEAREST PICTURE! 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ALL /, Kin THIS AD ds Roe $3 50 _ I EFFECTIVE mL=lhmh, Bll MAY11 | IAI JEIIIBFBII I With lWJ ,IBB .THROUGH I i'lEAkU! I this l-n MAY17 I  o-:,,vv t./\\;llli I t. . WE RESERVE . m Limit 10 ..=.,..T I ,.--. --, o-,-- \\;!mr" I lthleluel/20cont. i "''''"" i _ _  r, p ql.L _ Im_la _ e pirmio, 11, 1983. I TO LIMIT I |e4o3 .r.. 3Dun "originals. HA l ..... tliglil Im   = " .... JUST UP THE ROAD AT EASTGATE IN BELLEVUE Library board honored The Washington Library Trustees Association recently presented the Issaquah Library Board with Its 1983 Trustees Cita- tion, the highest honor given library boards. The citation was presented at the association's annual meeting in Yakima on April 30. Board members were congratulated for their four-year effort bringing a new library to Issaquah. Tony Wilson, President of the Washington Library Association holds the award, and beside him are (left to right) board members Fran Pope, Mary-Lou Lewls-KrusIc, and head librarian in Issaquah, Regan Robinson. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 11, i 983 - Page 7 i Issaquah Alps hikes Issaquah Alps Trails Club co-sponsored by Issaquah Parks and Recreation. No previous sign-up is necessary; just show up at the appointed time and place. All hikes meet at the Issa- quah Park and Ride lot. May 13 Superstition Hike 9:30 a.m. Leader: Bob Wood 324-8416. The leader is not revealing the details of this hike, but be prep'ed for an adventurous, if tiring, hike. May 14 West Tiger Traverse 8:30 a.m. Leader: Start Unger 283-7823. A fantastic one-way trip due to car switching. No steps retraced and lots of ground covered. May 15 Middle Tiger via R.R. grades 8:30 a.m. Leader: Dwight Riggs 271-8389. A new, improved way to ascend this slope. Extensive views to the south and west. May 15 May Creek 12:30 p.m. Leader: Steve Williams 232- 8072. A one-way walk from Honey Creek Farm to Coal Creek Pkwy. Boots recommended. May 16 North End of Tiger Mt. Trail Loop 9:30 a.m. Leader: Barbara Johnson 746-3291. Climb from High Point through old fir and streams. Not too steep -- total loop is about 4V miles. i RoundSteak Full Cut. $ Bone-In U.S.D.A. Choice Ground Beef An,,z, .,. $1 =) Pockooe ............. Lean Ground Beef A.,Sizo ,h $1" Pockoge .... Beef Cube Steak .............. lb. $2 * __dr SIRLOIN U S O A $ 69 Bern T, Steakcoic;: .......... ,h. 2 Beef Rump Roast BONELESS $199 U.S.D.A. Choice lb. .:',': .'.:i'', ,.'.:,:,-., , 4 D i Pork Roast Cantaloupe .o.,<,ss $ 29 Fresh Shoulder Ready to Eat Butt lb. Bacon, Sliced (""') .b. $1 *' Smok-A-Roma ..... pk0. Premium Franks ,ewa, ........ , $1s' Pork Blade Steak ............. ,h S14' Dover Sole Fillets FRESH ....... ,. $2" Sunkist Lemons ................ 4 For 88' Large Tomatoes ................. lb. 79' Chinese Sugar Peas ........... ,h.$1 SO Texas Cucumbers Grown .................. Each 39' Game Hens Sweet Corn Frozen 79 c 3 89 U.S. Insp. Florida Grown lb. 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