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L lessons sign was taken from the Brown, of 970 ire, pulled into police station that two nearly run him Drive. The in seconds later of Brown. by offic- attitudes and Ridgebrook Condominiums at 204 Mountain Park Boulevard. Fender bender On June 20, a rear end ac- cident at Front and Sunset left a Redmond woman with an injured back. Danielle Stolle was treated at the scene and transported to Overlake. turned on the Sprinkler system House June 16 were called again. The wall was partially Water and had to line between 11 June 19, the and blue "open" Trapped in a tree District 25 firefighters re- sponded June 21 to 15221 Southeast 128 where they res- cued 1 l-year-old Julie Brown from a tree. She'd apparently climbed up too high to get down by herself. Go play in the street, Kid On June 21, an Evans Lane resident called the Issa- quah police to say that there were children lying in the road in front of her house. The kids were gone by the time officers arrived. Dryer fire An overheated dryer vent hose was responsible for a small fire June 26 at an apartment at 466 Front Street. The flames spread to the wall directly behind the dryer and firefighters had to tear out part of the wall to make sure the blaze was com- pletely extinguished. Gravel dumped As a westbound dump truck accelerated along 1-90 near Issaquah June 22, part of its load of gravel fell out the back, smashing the wind- shield and hood of Loresha Chantel's car. The driver is employed by Red-More Gravel Company in Redmond. Stuck finger Two-year-old Richard Gi- berson of 960-17th Avenue Northeast caught his finger in a jack underneath a trailer June 26. Firefighters pried the youngster's finger free with a crow bar and took him to Overlake. rks are on sale now--k e careru are now legally Stands through- a. Legal sales noon, should be extra SUpervise their purchases and if they fireworks dur- n. have an adult SUpervise fire- fireworks outdoors in a clear area, away from brush, dry grasses, and simi- lar material. NOTE: It is ille- gal to light fireworks on state-protected lands -- "forest, brush, range, or grain areas." It is also illegal to use fireworks in national parks. * Keep a bucket of water or sprinkling hose handy for emergencies. • When a firework item fails, do not try to relight it. Soak it in water and throw it area car bombed a.rn. June 16, Information t)ihcer Frank of 12019 148 Kinney said that the bomb the sound of his was an industrial-type and and rushed out that it had been wired to the Yard to find his car's battery. issing its front "This was definitely a pro- fessional explosive," Kinney said, "not a homemade pipe 25 firefighters bombthat some kid made." call The case is undei" investiga- still tion by the King County , 11%. • Police Department. No sus- Police Public pects have been named. I Fasan0's COFFEE SHOP, DINING ROOM & LOUNGE RESERVE JULY 8 & g Walt Martin with Colleen & Gladys. II be enterta,ning & Sing.Aiong BEGINS AT 8 P.M. IN THE LOUNGE FASHION SHOW FRIDAY, JULY 8 6:16 P.M. ByPatricia's 'pick Strawberries 35 c lb. U-Pick Raspberries We Pick Sugar Peas I00OBA FARMS 392-5692 222-5101 8 a,m. to 8 p.m. )rs provided. Take exit 22 off 1.90. Our office in Fall City -- We'll direct you to our fields. in the garbage. • Do not take fireworks apart and try to use the pow- der for some other purpose. • Do not alter a firework item. • Light fireworks one at a time and be sure everyone in the area knows you are light- ing fireworks. • Never give fireworks to small children. • Do not discharge fire- works around pets. I I For Rent GIBSON HALL Parties • Receptions Rummage Sales Reduced rates for non.profit organizations KITCHEN FACILITIES WE BUILD : I II DIET FACTS & FALLACIES B Y Kathy Ebsary MARGARINE Margarine is the leading table spread in the United States today. By 1981, Americans were eating two-and-one-half times • more margarine than butter. Margarines contain vegetable fats, milk solids, water and sometimes salt. They also contain flavorings, colorants, small amounts of preser- vatives and emulsifiers. The emulsifiers, such as lecithin, are used to help keep the water and oil from separating. Because of high-fat content, margarine has about 3,300 calories per pound, which Is approxi- mately the same as butter. Other similar spreads are available, but cannot be called margarines, be- cause their fat content is below 80 percent. These may be labeled as spreads, or vegetable oil spreads. Because of high-fat content in these products, you should, when using butter, margarine or any other similar spreads, consider your total daily Intake of fats. Proper amounts of fats are essential to the body. Diet Center recommends 25-52 gm. per day for men, and 22-34 gm. per day for CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION M-F 7 to 1,3:30 to 5:30, Sat. 8to 10 a.m. 1105 12th N.W. Issaquah The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, June 29, 1983 - Page 7 Bus driver Trudy Paul ;on retires after 21 years by Debbie L. Romano Western Washington Intern When Trudy Pauisen first started driving a school bus for the Issaquah school dis- trict, she was scared to death. In fact, she said, she concen- trated on her driving so much, she can't even remem- ber what the kids looked like the first few months. Now, after more than 21 years, Paulsen is retiring with fond memories of many children. When she and her husband Tage moved to Issaquah in 1961, they were building a house and needed a second income. Paulsen tried to find a part-time job, with no luck. Her husband saw other women driving buses and suggested Paulsen try that. She had never ridden on a school bus before in her life, and wasn't sure she wanted to start now. However, after passing the tests and being accepted, she figured she'd keep working for five years or so. Later, she said she would quit as soon as her daughter got out of high school. Her daughter has been out of high school 13 years. When she started driving, she drove buses all over the district. For a number of years she has driven mainly for Sunny Hills, though she sometimes has junior high and high school runs, driving approximately 40 hours a i Trudy Paulson week. Certain kids stick out over the years, she said. "Unfortunately, you have a tendency to remember the bad ones rather than ones who were good all the time. After they've been out of school a while, and you meet them in a store or something, you have to laugh about it," she said. She remembers one little girl, Amy, who would always bring her a card and a gift (usually candy), before every holiday. For the last two years, one the last day of school, she has given Paulsen a $10 gift certificate. "The other kids got to the point where they would look FRESH CORN SWEET i TENOR Fog GRAPES ,r,...s..,,.. "The Natura' Snack" • .................... lb. 984 CELERY Crisp ........................... .ach48' Stalks FRESH WHOLE FIIIYEII LIGS Southern Grown, USDA Grade A, Hindquarter Gut Ib, SMOKED HAM Fully 0ooked, Water Added, Whole, 4 to 8 Ibs. BONELESS USNA ONOIOE BEEF FRESH TOP SIRLOIN STEIK $ [] I LEAN GROUND BEEF $ Ib, • USDA CHOICE GREAT FOR BBQ BEEF RIB BONES .................... lb. s I, 19 FRESH, 3% LB. & UNDER PORK SPARE'RIBS ................... lb. s 1.89 USDA CHOICE BEEF, BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND OR SIRLOIN TiP ROAST lb. s 1.99 JENNIE-(:), SELF BASTING, FROZEN, 3 to 8 LB. BONELESS TURKEY ROAST .......... lb. '1.49 LENNON'S FRESH, REG. OR ITALIAN PORK LINK SAUSAGE ................ lb. =1.79 FRESH FILLETS OF SNAPPER ............................ lb. * 1.69 FRESH FILLETS OF BLAOK OOD .......................... lb. * 1.69 FRESH MEAT AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE LOOATIONS... • Isscaquah 1871 N.W. Gilman Blvd. • Skyway Family Market 12600 Renton Ave. S. • Federal Way 32945 Pacific Hwy S. • Bellevue 2208-136th PI. N.E. 1510-145th PI. S.E. • Burlen 236 S.W. 152nd • Redmond 7370170th Ave. N.E. • Woodlnvilla 17705 130th N.E. • Konmora 17562-6eth Ave. N.E. • Bramarton 4173 Wheaten Way 2521-6th Street • Renton 343 Union Ave. N.E. • Juanlta 9755 Juanito Dr. forward to seeing what Amy would bring," she said. Other kids would give flowers, cards and gifts too, especially before Christmas and on the last day of school, she said. "It was so sweet of them," Pauisen said. Now that she is retired, she and her husband are going on a two-week trip to Califor- nia. After that, they may travel, but Paulsen has no fixed plans. After nearly 22 years as a bus driver, Paulsen has one regret about leaving. "I probably won't miss the kids in the summer, because I never drove then, but when September rolls around, it will be a little hard to just sit here," she said. I PRHIRIE MHRgET RED RIPE SLICING SIZE Walla Walla Sweet Onions.o 1 Jumbo ... 25 b. Bag S499 BAR-S BAR-S BIGGIES 12-oz. Pkg. Me, at Franks l-lb. $ 1 (Beef Franks- $1.38) .......... Pkg. l € 18 BALL PARK FRANKS s I s8 Reg. or Beef ...... Pkg. Bor-S Sliced LUNCH MEATS 8°'°gna°rs°'am': ,-,b. s128 5 Varieties .................. Pkg. Hygrade Ch cken GriIlmoster Dak Lookin' Leon Conless Conned BOLOGNA.. ........ ,-,b. Pkg. 98  BONELESS HAM ..... ,b. S788 MARGARINE: Cubes 1 st 3; Addtl. at Reg. Price l-lb. Pkg. Reg. or Diet; Asstd. Flavors 1 2 oz. Tins 1 st 3 Six.Packs; Addtl. at $1.1 8 Reg. 1.74 SWANSON'S Frozen Fried "Plump & Juicy" 2 lb. SNOBOY; 12 oz. 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