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C, rtzb honors six ts c" the month Six Issaquah School Dis- 1 |ct students were guests for ] |hath with the Issaquah Ro- Club Terri Beckman, from the High School, honored for her and enthusiasm the year. from the Alternative School, James Case honored for his personal |velopment and assisting in I0 publication of the |hool's fast annual. | Robin Vaughn and Jim  ]ltilgeist,,were "Athletes-of- t-Year at Liberty High. Vaughn played volleyball, was a guard on the state tournament basketball team, and was All-League in soft- ball. She plans to go to Western Washington Uni- versity. Heilgeist was All- State on the championship football team, and was All- State in baseball. He plans to go either to San Diego State University or accept a schol- arship with the Montreal Expos. Travis Whisman and Emi- ly Peyser were Athletes-of- the-Year at Issaquah High School. Whisman was Kingco cross country cham- pion, was Kingco League winner in the 1600M and 3200M races, and the track team captain. Peyser played on the soccer team, which placed second in the state, and was most valuable player on the tennis team. She has a 4.0 GPA. The students were intro= duced to the meeting by teachers Bea Polinsky (Al- ternative High), Jim Bruno (Liberty), and Gwen Rob- ertson and John Jarvinen flssaquah). y set to study c, reea/00'ssaquah arterial ] The county took the first for a consultant to perform determine the duties: to 1 toward the development two ' |e Bear Creek/Issaquah 1 Id t's last week, when bids released for a consul- feasibility study on the [The proposed two- or four- !" road would connect 1-90 ' |r Issaquah with SR 202  |hr Bear Creek, providing a no002oo0000 li in the caste cou ty, | tc planners say. |'lut slow-growth propo- |Mts are already vocalizing | |ir opposition to the new i!] ]atl, saying the arterial will  latend arowth into the Sno- ! llalmie Valley and disrupt ] |istin nei hborhoods 1 I g g 4 ! irhe county's request asks June 17, 1972 qunker Hill Day-197th IBreak-in of Watergate !Birth of Joanne Happy 17th on the 17th, Jo! feasibility of the road; and to define a route location. The public will have the oppor- tunity to participate in the process, according to Rochelle Ogershok, spokeswoman for the Public Works Department. Preliminary plans are for all your family t 'Terrl Beckman Jim Case eventually extending the road to SR 522 in Woodinville, but the current study will only consider that portion of the road between Issaquah and SR 202. A consultant will be cho- sen by August 21, and work on the study will begin soon after that date. Four big reasons to invest with Edward D. Jones & Co. 1. U.S. Government Guaranteed Bonds. 8.40%* Guaranteed as to timely payment of principal and interest. 2. Federal Income 'lkx-Free Municipal Bonds. 7.15%* Interest may be subject to state and local taxes 3.FDIC or FSLIC-Insured . Certificates of Deposit 8.40%-5 yr. Bank issued, FDIC-insurcd from $5000 to $100.000.3.rnonth penalty for early withdrawal 4. Call or drop by for more information on how to take advantage of today's highyield investments. Del D. Dukart, 98 Front St. N. Downtown Issaquah, 391-9160 *Rate expressed as yield to maturity as of 6/12/89. Edward D. Jones & Co. Member New York Stock Exchange. mc Member Secullties Investor Protection Cotpotatlorl Appeal to the masses Try "State Wide Classifieds" And Reach 1,023,000 Homes in 109 Weekly Newspapers! Call THE ISSAQUAH PRESS for information: 392-6434 Jim Heilgeist Travis Whlsman This Sunday, honor your father with a taste of the good life-from QFC. Where you'll find the right prices on everything you need to make art unforgettable Father's Day dinner. Like fresh leg of lamb. Fresh, crisp salad ingredient s . Fresh vegetables. Fresh baked desserts. After all, your father always ,,,,, expected reat  things from you. So give him the best for Father's Day- from your neighborhood QFC. Robin Vaughn Emily Peysar \\; The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 14, 1989 - Page 5 School bells may ring a little differently next fall The Issaquah School Dis- trict is considering some changes next fall in the starting times of at least four elementaries. Elementary school in Is- saquah has run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for many years in order to maximize the district's overburdened bus fleeL Buses are stretched so thin in the district that el- ementary students must wait until high school and middle school runs are complete be- fore they can be picked up or taken home from school. With the opening of the district's eighth elementary next fall, the bus crunch becomes even tighter. It is also a time when some school staffs are asking for a more flexible daily schedule. Starting in the fall of 1989, Superintendent Kateri Brow is proposing that start- ing times remain at 9:30 a.m. for Briarwood, Chal- lenger, Sunny Hills and Sunset. She then suggests that Apollo and Maple Hills be- gin the day at 9:20 a.m., Clark at 9 a.m. and Issaquah Valley at 8:40 a.m. Apollo has been starting at 9:20 a.m., so that the buses picking up elementary stu- dents in the south end could make it to Briarwood by 9:30 a.m. Apollo houses south end students in grades K-2, while Briarwood accommo- dates grades 3-5. There is no bus trans- portation for TLC students at Clark, so the 9 a.m. start time is merely the preference of parents and staff at that school. Maple Hills is in the pro- cess of getting community approval to start the day ear- lier, to save up time for more teacher planning. The Issaquah Valley change is really the only one that frees up more buses. By running from 8:40 a.m. to 2:40 p.m., it balances the use of buses throughout the day in the entire district. The two high schools would continue to run from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the middle schools would keep their current starting time of either 8:10 a.m. or 8:15 a.m. The proposal will be dis- cussed at tonight's Issaquah School Board meeting at 7 p.m. Congratulations IHS and LHS grads The class of '89 is mighty fine*. Your community salutes you. t \\; \\; \\;,\\ SUNFLEX MINI BLINDS Sunflex, the top quality mini-blind with a life-long guarantee, is now featured at The Blind Alley! You simply cannot find more excellent construction and durability in any other blind. And choose from over 150 beautiful designer colors. If you're looking for the perfect blind to last a lifetime at excellent prices.., choose Sunflext On sale thru June 24th. CaU for free in home estimates. the blind alley 14102 NE 21 't St Bellevue 644-7181 Lamb Leg Roast U.S. Choice 1.9900 Quality Meat Quality Grocery Quality Produce Boneless Lamb Leg Roast 269 U.S. Choice .............. lb. 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Green Beans Fresh & Flavorful ....... .5900 Salad Sea Galley 16 oz.Jar, Granny Smith Apples 131 Imported ................................... ,Jtlb. lity Seafood Fresh Shrimp 3.99 Cooked .................. lb. Fresh Ling Cod Fillet .......... 2.99lb. Prices effective Wednesday, June 14 thru Tuesday, June 20, 1989.