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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, weanesaay, June , t:,o Sports Laura Fulton takes a fJrst at EastsJde InvitatJonal The lssaquah Gliders Track Club participated in the Annual Eastside Invita- tional Track Meet on Satur- day, June 18. Among the 10- U girls winning ribbons were Laura Fulton, first in the 200 meter with a time of 31.1, and second in the 100 meter with a time of 14.69. Robin De Salvo came in third in the 1500 meters, with a time of 6:02. In the boys 10-U, Ryan Dittmar had a fourth in the 400 meter in 1:11.65, and a fifth in the 200 meter in 31.93. Tom Nash had a se- cond in 1500 meter racewalk with a time of 11:57, and third in shot, with a put of 17 feet 7 3,4 inches. In the 11-12 boys, Sal de- Salvo had a fourth in the 1500 meter in a time of 4:59. And, in the 11-12 girls, Heather Graves was third in the 50 meter hurdles in a time of 10.01. She was also a member of the 4X400 relay which came in fifth in a time of 4:59.75. Other members of the relay were Deanna Armstrong, Leslie Smith and Juli Folkman. Dayna Mit- chell had a fifth in shot put, with a put of 22 feet 9 inches. Lisa Lavine was fifth in the discus, with a throw of 12.71 meters Jennifer Stone was fourth in the 3000 meter in 12:28. Leslie Smith was third in that event, with a time of 12:13. In the 13-14 age group, Vanessa Stone was second in the 3000 meter, in 10:53.17 Stacey Liebsack had second in the 1500 meter, in 4:56, and a sixth in the 400 meter in 1:04.79. Kelley Smith was first in the 1500 meter, in a time of 4:51. Amy Berry took first in the high jump with a jump of 5 feet. Jennifer Will- son was fourth in the high jump, with a jump of 4 feet 8 inches. Cathy Schmidt was fourth in javelin, with a throw of 72 feet, and sixth in discus, with a throw of 18.64 meters. Among the boys in 13-14, Adam Shopshire took another first in the triple jump with a jump of 36 feet 2 V2 inches, and a second in the 100 meter hurdles in a time of 16.19. Brent Wendel took third in the 300 meter, in a time of 9:59. In boys 15-16, Tim Clarke placed fifth in the 1500 meter in 4:30. Dean Vergillo placed sixth in 4:31. David Lavine had a first in discus, with a throw of 38.93 meter, a se- cond in shot, with a put of 43'11 V2", and second in javeline, 137.2 feet. Laura Lavine was first in the girls 17-18 discus, 43.4 meters, and third in javelin, 98 feet 11 inches. The girls 13-14 4X400 relay took a second with a time of 4:16.19. Members of that relay were Kelley Smith, Stacy Liebsack, Vanessa Stone and Terri Lyn Folk- man. Boat registration program resumes ing is immediately resuming the boat registration program that was halted when the ori- ginal legislation was replaced with the new provisions ir the revenue bill. time remaining, boat owners wilt be given an extra 90 days -- through September 30 -- to get their boats registered without fear of late penalty. Those boat owners register- The new boat registratior ing their vessels late will still law goes into effect July 1 be subject to a full year's fee WEIGHT LOSS Good Nutrition - No Exercise No Drugs or Shots - No Monthly Dues  Body Building Proteins Available , , CONSIDERABLE SAVINGS ON FOOD BILLS MONEY BACK GUARANTEE 1" For:in-home.= ..... demonstration ca,  747-6134 on their craft. When the Governor signed the revenue bill, he vetoed three sedtions relating to the boat tax: that motorboats less than 16 feet long are sub- ject to the tax; that the De- partment of Licensing collect taxes due to local govern- ments that require boat regis- Undefeated Metric Radial * Dual steel-belted * Rayon body plies Smaller metric size coverage Pcrfo manet tread design * Popular 70 and 80 series ,,izes TIGAR 20325R PRICE F.E.T. 1558R12 $34.89 $1.25 145SR13 34.91 1.35 155SR13 35.29 1.42 165SR13 38.83 1.64 175SR13 41.87 1.86 185SR13 45.19 1.93 165SR14 41.17 1.72 175SR14 43.75 1.92 185SR14 47.16 2.08 165SR15 43.29 1.81 165/70SR13 41,04 1.58 175/70SR13 42.39 1.72 185/70SR13 46.47 1.91 185/70SR14 47.77 2.11 195/70SR14 50.85 2.15 RED RYDER5 BRAKE REPAIR Includes new lining on' 4 wheels, drums check all wheel repack front bearing, replace grease seals, bleed system and refil} new brake fluid. s9950 tration, and that people who paid the tax under the original law receive one half the amount paid as credit toward taxes due for the ves- sel in 1984. The effect of these vetoes is that all boats under 16 feet long are exempt whether or not they are motorboats. I00[FGoodrich ALL TERRAIN RADIAL BEST STEEL RADIAL PICK UP, R,V,, CAMPER SPECIAL SIZE P235/75R-15 The Zetec Barracudas took first place in the 13-15 Girls' Senior Softball Division for the second year In a row. After 12 games, It was the Only undefeated Little League team this year and regularly chalked up 20 or more runs against an oppo- nent. Back row, from left: manager Tom McGann, Robin Shoenrock, Tonya Gardner, Chris Wright, Stefanie Feagin, Brldgette Lee (no.longer on the team) and Coach Lee Koger. Front, from left: Krlsti Ponce, Krissy Anderson, Kelll McGann, Tiffany Rogers, Kim Mclntyre and LeAnne Koger, Not shown: Marlle Davis. : i ir cording to their individual ordinances, and boatowners who registered their vessels with the Department of Li- censing under the original law will receive a full refund. According to new provi- sions, boatowners will pay a one-half of one percent ex- cise tax, based on the fair Mike Sill named U.S. Special Olympics Co)rich of the Year 60 N.W. Gilman Blvd. ssaquah 392-3831 market value of the boat, plus a six dollar registration fee and a five dollar title fee. Boats currently registered with the U.S. Coast Guard have until January I, 1984 to register with the state. Failure to register boats covered by this law is punishable by fines up to Mike Sill, Issaquah High School special education' teacher and coach, has been named United States Special Olympics Coach of the Year by the Kennedy Foundation. Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Founder of the Special Olym- pics Program, will present the award to Sill at the Na- tional Association of High School Coaches' Convention Local governments will col- $400. lect their own boat taxes, ao. I TolePai00ting I J Summer Class Wednesdays, 7 to 10 p.m. $30 for six sessions: June 22 & 29, July 20 & 27, Aug. 10 & 17 Jr. Cake Decorating Class for kids, grades 5 to 9 $15 for five lessons 10 a.m.- noon, begins Tues., June 21 Pre-registration Required for all classes SAVE! in every department N0w! Red tags 50% off/Blue tags 30% off. All Long-stem Silk Flowers 30% off (00raft ..w,u,.,..ou.: lg.let Place N.W. Downtown lasaquah 392-6123 Villaoe Theatre of'Issaquah presents IL"A$1NO NIG_00 Blackjack, Craps II I IIII Friday, June 24, 1983 6 p.m.- 2 a.m. The Holiday Inn Issaquah All proceeds to benefit Village Theatre a non-profit corporation. in Albuquerque, New Mexi- co, on June 30. The Special Olympics pro- gram is a recreational train- ing program for mentally disabled persons  8 to 80 years of age. It offers partici- pants sports opportunities that range from non-compe- titive activities such as fishing to varsity level competitive activities in a variety of team and individual sports. Par- ticipants are carefully grouped by age and ability so that each contestant has an equal opportunity to suc- ceed. In July, three of Sill's stu- dents will compete in the In- ternational Special Olympics games in Baton Rouge, Loui- siana: Connie Calahan, in gymnastics and Jim Beau- pray and Don Mahoney in softball. IN ISSAQUAH Since 1910 Seafood Poultry "Choice Locker Beel PORK CHOPS ....................... s259 ,. STUFFED PORK CHOPS ........ s249 ,. FRESH RED SNAPPER ........... s 169 ,. LEAN GROUND BEEF HAMBURGER PATTIES 60 Patties, 15 lb. Box S#185 $1.59 Ib ..................... =.- iJ box SS Front St. N. [392-3131] Issoquoh SNEAK PREVIEW Before the Pool and Spa are complete ... Before the Landscaping is in . . . Before the crowds arrive... Come See RIDGEBROOK . . , the outstanding condo value in Issaquah! Lease and Lease Option Available Priced from $75,950 With excellent financing -- S rain. from 1-90. 2 Bedrooms Den or 3rd Bedroom 1316 Sq. Ft. per unit Covered Parking Double Pane Windows Pool & Spa (and much, much more) Open Daily, except Tues., from 11am to 6pm 392-2218 Take exit #17 froml-90, south through ssaquah to he4-wa Way and Front Street. Turn west for about 5 blocks and fc Open" signs to Mr. Park Blvd. Recreation00 The Issaquah Parks & Recreadon registration for the following summer information call the Park Dept., 392-7131. Aerobic Dancercise Mini-Sessions: Community Hall, Pine Lake Jr. High, June 20. Aerobics for Kids: Tues. & Thur. Hall for 9-12 year aids, starting June 21, CPR Classes: June 22 and July 14, 15 and Children's Wilderness Day Camps: for years old. Country Western Dance Night: FridaY, Community Hall. Ballroom Dance Night: Friday, July 29, munity Hall. Explore the High Cascades on HorsebaCk Fashion & Beauty Workshop for Teens: ing June 29, 11-17 year olds. Lions Jr. Football: Starts August 15, old. Sign up now! High Country Youth Camp: For old, Session I - July 12, 13, 14. Horseshoe Tournament: July 4, 16 Park. Playground Sports & Games: for Elementary, Mountainaire Park., SunnY Sunset Elementary, starts the week of June', Tennis Lessons: Issaquah High School for 10years and older, Session I starts Tennis Tournament: Issaquah High for 17 years & older. Youth T-Ball: Boys & Girls grades Wednesdays, Memorial Park, starts Children & Running: Boys & girls mornings, Issaquah High School. Summer Track for Youth: Boys & Girls quah High School, Tuesdays & ThursdayS, s Community Theatre Classes: Call 392- information. Issaquah Alps Trails Club Hiking: Call 5775, or Jan Micai, 747-1457. Check lssaquah Press for specific hikes. Issaquah Co-sponsored by lssaquah No previous sign-up is necessary; just pointed time and place. All hikes meet and Ride Lot. June 23 Main (East) Tiger via Silent Leader: Ann Leber 746-3291 With East Side Road, the views out to the Views are sweeping in all directions, Tiger Mt. Trail June 25 8:30 a.m. 6716 This is the classic 11.3 mile hike over creeks, and along railroad grades, with the slopes. June 26 Coal Creek 12:30 Leader: Steve From Coal Creek Parkway, hike up the creek bed itself (rubber boots Farm Site owned by King County, June 28 Yah-er Wall 9:30 Leader: 0204 Climb to the wall directly from Hob on to Poo Poo Point, descending . along a woodsy road. r at your house or mine Full size car; Compacts U-pickSt Ras Picked and Suga also avaJ KOBA 392-5692 222-5' 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Containers provided. Come to our office in direct you to