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Page 6 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, August 10, 1983 er 9ca se o oe PRICES GOOD THROUGH AUGUST 23rd Save up to '4 per gal, on Glidden paintl EXTERIOR FLAT HOUSE PAINT ++ 1100r' $15.99 gal. Gliddens BEST Exterior latexl A durable Flat Finish that resists cracking, peeling and is quick drying and easy to use. Hundreds of colors to choose from l EXTERIOR GLOSS HOUSE PAINT +o 1400r9 $18.99 gal. Get a beautiful non-chalking latex gloss finish in easy to apply latex. Quick drying, easy to use, and you can clean up with soapy water. , ii ,, ,,, ,, LADDERS ! I' woecl stepladder t1' JUmdam ExtNlkm $67.99 STAIN and WOOD PRESERVATIVE 15 99 per gal. Solid or semi-transparent. Pro. tect the natural beauty of your homel Repels water longer -- protects wood against weather. 4" CHINA BRISTLE BRUSH m. Jy , , ft l:f t : Iq i::| V/$/T OURPL4N ce,Te i: ctS ?Up m srnafl :' us bid ,....' a Plan ralsl .vu on the Save on Fencing! 1"X6". 6 Ft, FENCE PACKAGES CEDAR FENCE TREATEDFENCE 28" ;erct8i'on __  Pseerc8'on Each 8' section includes: 16-1 "x6"-6' Fence boards, one 4"x4"-8' post and two 2"x4"-8' rails, r convenient 8 ft. sections will make it easy to put a new fence around' [ FIBERITOCOVER MATERIALS- YOU BUILD IT! ,Oxl00 Sll 5 Package Each +x00o =185 Package Each 10'x16' S155ac. Package Packages includes all the materi- als you need except cement slab. Save by building it yourselfl 2.50Z, FIBERGLASS PANELS ONLY z6,,xs, 3E4=h 26,,x0, 4Ed.h 6"xZ SS.oh We also stock the 450 series which is a lull 5 oz. matedat 8' to 16' lengths i #2/BTR HEM/FIR " 8'.20' LUMBER x+ ............... 21',,o, x, ............... 32 ,,. , ) x, ............... 44',,o, ,= 2 "XlO'. ............... 62 ,in ft. " 2"x12". ............. 77' ,in. ft. #2/BTR FIR TIMBERS ,x, ............... 42  ,in. ft. ,x, ............... 75' ,in. ft. 4"x8". ................. 101 lin. ft. 4"x10". ............... 1 34 lin. ft. 4"x12" ................ 1 60 lin. ft. 6"x6". ................. 1 2 lin. ft. ROUND PT, SHOVEL  4'x8'x%" AMES'. 1 - ,+-,=:: I" , .... STANDARD s.m =m-,, : : :.': HARDBOARD m $ .9 lEach _ l "." : ." :'" ,eg .99 ,'.   = $4.99 rEach CONCRETE MIX I ' --' ,.o PEGBOARD "$+9 I Eaoh ' +  .eg 749 : $9.2'5 lEach ALL HAMMERS IO'xt='DECKPAcKAGES , ++   TaBLESAW +' : I 15/OFF+"="'I so,,oor .. cJ- c.,.++,.,.o.+ .,.o+ i ,+,+,15 "+.c. I '=,+k'+;;,;:)4 Twenty different styles, brands | " sgqAper - -- %   #3!0202 Reg. =OOO oo Great I \\;!i:. and weightsf Save on the tool I Treated Outdoor wood package i VVpkg. _',4#'J a,, aa,.B ortrwindowDUlilngframes,tUrnlture'cabinets,picture L 'i i yu need' J One 4 'x6"x12', seven 2"x6"x10', two 2"x6"x12', seven joists .8[#. J41' IIqV- and morel 16'x27" table, supports four 12"x12" pier blocks, 33-2"x4"x12', two 2"x6"x10',   ,, powerful 2 hp. motor. - ' li  and one 2"x6"x12'. Outdoor wood is treated to last for decades. BELLEVUE  - I HOURS 12600 BEL-RED ROAD -- ill [ Ik'"""J Mon-Fri 7 am-5pm 454.3021 -.-*-,, Saturday 8 am-4 pm Closed Sunday New city hall computer will speed up tr,ose utility by Terry McLafferty Buying a home computer has become a popular past- time for the moderately af- fluent family. And already a great storehouse of legends has arisen concerning how difficult it is to know what you want, to buy what you need and to afford what you can't live without. Many of these same prob- lems are now facing city Fi- nance Director Aagot Hess and city administration, as they begin the long bidding process to obtain new hard- ware and tested software for city business planning. Considering the city's pre- sent needs, the total price tag will probably come out some 10 to 12 times what an ambi- tious homeowner would pay. Early estimates are in the $60,000 range. The biggest single limiting factor on what the city can buy is the state's Budget Ac- counting and Reporting Sys- tem (BARS). Established in the early 1970s, this system controls the format and the details of how cities report their dealings to the state overseers. Recent significant changes -- in 1983 on the ac- counting rules, and in 1984 for reporting regulations -- outstrip this city, and many others' ability to comply with current manual, or "old style" machinery. "When we bought our Burroughs machinery it was called a mini computer," Hess says. "Now, computer people call it an accounting machine." This venerable performer came on linp about the time of the first BARS guidelines. It was last upgraded some five years ago. "Right now, we are using all of its capaci- ty. We have run out of memory," the finance direc- tor admits. This one machine complex keeps control of all city ac- counts, including the utility records and bills, each city budget account, the city pay- roll and tracks all city expen- ditures and receipts. But still the city is forced to keep "hard copies" of most records to be safe, and when it comes to providing quick reports on the status of any account, on demand, "I practically need to keep a manual set of books to keep day to day track of the im- portant items," Hess says. Speed is also a major fac- tor in the change. A very straightforward, un- complicated utility bill might require as much as ten minutes for an operator to list the reading, compute the charges, log in say and make out says. More can occasionally they The city has ll counts; that machine longer monthly billing at 30 seconds per accounts ties uP for a day. As an exam be done with neW, and proven gear, Tukwila, with a population and a tax receipts all city reports in third of the when in until the close on the last "We can do single day, if we it," says director Alan "But it really puts to work. Three daYS With their 7 to 10 day considered It is the in Tukwila and Auburn that has close look A great will be asked to to the city, but EDEN software, ware package wila is spreading the state like Doerschl says. Eleven firms Tukwila projcah,  one experienced to do Doerschel sayS. EDEN systems a' place in puyalluP, Sunnyside, Gig Washougal, dale, Aberdeen kee, Oregon, systems in the lion state stageS. One of the in the went $100 Pullman, before a similar project, Hess, who mits she does home computer, still drafting ments for the system. Council the city to go August 1 rely heavily on from other cities, "A city this way out in fr ot thing like this." New in town Welcome Helen Raid at She'd like to get TIME TO REGI FOR FALL CL,00 Wilton Cake Dec,( Starts Sept. 13, 10 a.m.-12 c 5 lessons -- $15 Folk Art Classes_ Starts Sept. 21 9:30 a.m.-12 or 1.3:30 P 6 lessons--g25 ' '1 Tole and Decorative Paen, Starts Sept. 14, 7-9 p.m. and SeP,;I 10 a.m.-12:30 or 1-3:30 p.m. or 7.9:,, 8 lessons--g30 .. PRE-REGIsTRATION REQUIRI:.v