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atriots Jerry Isworth The Liberty baseball team did well last week by defeat- ing Mt. Rainier 5-0 May 2 and Enumclaw 7-6 May 4. Dan Martinez pitched a two-hitter against Mt. Rainier. Vern Nielsen, Mar- tinez, Pete Christie, Tracy Jewett, and Troy Jewett all had extra-base hits last week. Nielsen had 5 RBI's. Liberty's scorers: Tim Gruenke, Troy Jewett, Christie, Brian Harmon, Bob Salvati, Lon Shook, and Nielsen. Soccer Liberty was defeated by Enumclaw 1-0 on May 3 and by Mt. Si 1-0 on May 5. May Valley trapshooter sets his sights on Olympic competition by Jeffrey B. Ward U. IV. Intern The young man shoulders his shotgun, anticipating his target. Suddenly, a three inch ceramic disc is ejected out in front of him and flies away at great speed. Bang! The disc suddenly disintegrates in a shower of fragments. Another one flies out from a different location and angle. It's shot to pieces. One after another, many more fly out and all are blown to bits. Morris Edwards, Jr. seldom misses. His voice mixed with pride and wonder, Edwards ex- plains, "There's such pressure. It takes steady nerves not to jerk or move too quickly. The movement to first sight the clay pigeon, follow its path and hit it demands a smooth, con- tinuous flow of motion." Edwards, a sophomore at Liberty High and resident of May Valley, has astounded his family, friends and com- petitors with his meteoric rise from beginner to champion in Olympic trapshooting, all within a year. His shooting talent was revealed on a hunting trip, with his father, who wanted to instruct his son in the safe and proper handling of firearms. But they bagged their limit so quickly they didn't get much practice. Free car wash Boy Scout Troop 676 will wash your car for free on Saturday, May 14, at the Is- saquah Mobile Station, at the corner of Front Street and Sunset Way. The car wash-a- then will last from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. ,\\;, A^.AA, DRUM'VL \\; BRAKES "_ (Includes new fining on p. all 4 wheels, drums turned, check all wheel:,, cylinders, repack front --__,, wheel bearing, replace ,lie ^ a/IA _.front grease seals, bleed  eVft" t'L A "-,,,,-brake system and refill __ _. _., ryj -" with new brake fluid.  GABRIEL .pT--'_ $lIN50,. SHOCKS_ _ ,2 ,,i,, -J%\\; 00s20,5 FREE . INSTALLATION 'WA -"x ARMSTRONG - TRACTION PRICE 750-16/8 s74.75 800-16.5/8 72.71 875-16.5/8 77.38 950-16.5/8 87.44 _ 12-16.5/8 109.95 F.E.T. $3.97 3.43 3.95 4.43 5.70 oodrich ALL TERRAIN RADIAL BEST STEEL RADIAL PICK UP, R.V., CAMPER SPECIAL SIZE P235/75R-15 ARMSTRONG HIWAY 750-16/8 800-16.5/8 875-16.5/8 950-16.5/8 12-16.5/8 pRICE $89.95 66.84 74.79 80.42 107.00 F.E,T. $3.54 3.34 3.78 4.21 5.70 60 N.W. GILMAN BLVD. I ISSAQUAH 392-3831 8701880L23456q J When they returned home, father and son headed for the Renton Rod and Gun Club for range practice. In just a short time, it became ap- parent that Morrie's ability to hit a small moving target was extraordinary. In Olympic trapshooting, clay pigeons are ejected one by one from three traps at varying speeds, altitudes and directions. The shooter must react in a split second and break the flying target before it gets out of range. Seldom missing means breaking records, 1oo. At a shoot in Black Diamond recently, Morrie hit 49 out of 50 clay pigeons, shalwring a record for his age group that had stood since 1967. The Pacific International Trapshooting Association, the official sanctioning organization for this area, has given Morrie a $1,000 grant to help defray his expenses. Ammo is not dis- cussed in the Edwards family in terms of rounds or boxes, but in cases. Practice does not come cheap. On May 14, Morrie will travel to Ft. Benning, Georgia, to compete for a position on an all-star trap- shooting team, which will tour the United States. In that event, he will compete with adults, since there is no junior category in Olympic- style trapshooting. If he suc- ceeds, it will mean a big step towards a possible berth on the United States Olympic team. AVAILABLE ONLY ATTHE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS . . . luaquah Kenmore 1871 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 17562 68th Ave. N.E. Skyway Family Market Federal Way !2600 Renton Ave. S. 32945 Pacific Hwy. S. Bellevue 2208-136th PI. N.E. gurlen 236 S.W. 152nd Woodlnvllla 17705 130th N.E. Bramarton 4173 Wheaton Way 2561 6th Street Renton 343 Union Ave. N.E. Juanlta 9755 Juonita Dr. A PORI( RO,.,., T ..,s, *//! Buff Out Fresh Shoulder - S B BACON BAR-S Old Fashioned, Smoked, 11010 Ibo, Whole or Nail, Ib, Ha CHUCK STEAKS Banal .... USDA '1.69 Choice Beef ..... Jb, RIB STEAKS us0, Co,ceB.., ............... ,b.'2.99 CROSS RIB nIIJeIJBneIessUSDA '2.29 BkVJJ Choice Beef lb. LEAN GROUND BEEF...h., '1.59 PORK e..- ,= ve Fresh Shoulder S -== S,odeCo, ........ ,. 1.59 -- __ On-Car, Breaded/Precooked. MEAT il "qPqPi "--Chicken Fded e rH'C=uc,Booo,, ...... ,,. 1.69 OYSTERS ,.,h el.59 Medium Size ............... 10OZ. Jar PERCH ,r..h '1.99 Fillets of ............................ lb. SNAPPER ,,..h ,,o,,o, ...................... . '1.79 The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 11, 1983 - Page 9 State patrol cracks down on trucks with shakey loads The Washington State Patrol's enforcement cam- paign on unsecured loads in King County, a Department of Ecology funded crack- down on motorists whose debris falls or blows off trucks, pickups, and trailers, is off to a successful start. Figures released by the patrol show that seven citations have been written and 115 written warnings have been given since the program began April 1. Commercial Vehicle En- forcement Officers are work- ing under a grant from DOE's Litter Control and Recycling" Rrogram, patroll- ing heavily-traveled roads leading to landfills and transfer stations. DOE's goals are to identify problem locations, increase public awareness, and issue citations to violators of laws on unsecured loads. Last year, several tons of litter escaped from moving vehicles onto Washington roads, causing both eyesores and traffic hazards. Many accidents can be traced to debris on the road, as motorists take dangerous evasive action to avoid card- board boxes, bags of trash, lumber, and even garbage cans that have dropped from trucks, trailers, and pickups. Supervisor William Cot bett of the Patrol and Linda Bradford, DOE Program Development Specialist, ex- pect that the campaign's suc- cess in King County will en- courage other law enforce- ment agencies in the state to conduct similar crackdowns. [ PRIIlRIE MHRI00ET BAR-S CHICKEN FRANKS WIENERS Oscar Mayer (Beef Franks- $1.79) S 1 lb. Pkg. CHEESE Hot Dogs Oscar Mayer $1 lJO 1 lb. Pkg.  iiJr 1 116. ( Pkg. LUNCH MEATS Oscar Mayer $ 1 Variety Pack: 12 oz. 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Toz. $1 8 WeJch's Frozen Concentrate GRAPE JUICE ' 2oz. 89 Reg. or Lemon Polish Remover CUTEX .......................... ,oz 88 Freshie: Creamy or Krunchy PEANUT BUTTER ............ ,8o,. $1 28 Klusteoz Complete: Wheot g Honey or Buttermilk PANCAKE MIX .............. 5o=. $1 s9 Van Camp's PORK 8, BEANS .............. 21 o. 54 Del Monte: Juice Pack: Crushed, Chunks, or Sliced PINEAPPLE .............. 15', oz. 59 Jiffy BAKING MIX... .. 40o,. 88 Long Spaghetti or Elbow Macaroni GENERIC PASTA ............ 48o. Sl 18 Quaker Cereal CORN BRAN s 1 44 ................. 16oz. Quaker Cereal CAP'N CRUNCH ............. 6o,. Sl 74 Chicken/Liver/Egg, Homestyle Stew, Super Meatloaf BLUE MT. DOG FOOD .... 4' , oz 35 NO. 2 RUSSETS IBbcg RHUBARB Fresh. toc,, ....................... lb. 38 RADISHES* .... Onl .................... bu,ch4/$l Prices good through May 17th, 1983. ZUCCHINI Fresh Squash lb.