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September 14, 1983

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ren's self-esteem at workshop Child's Growing is the title of a for parents spon- uah School on Thursdays, Octo- 13. The sessions at the Issaquah ;tration Building to 9:30 p.m. and or= the following involved in child how it affects self- to reduce child improve child through imagina- -- ways to install self-confi- dence for school success --ideas for establishing an environment for optimum learning. Participants will receive a variety of resources and materials for use with their children. The workshop will be facilitated by Gloria De- Gaetano, Elementary Language Arts Coordinator, and Micki McKisson, Gifted Education Program Coordi- nator. For additional infor- mation and/or to register, call Gloria (392-0768) or Micki (392-0714). Registra- tion closes September 30. care class for single and kids offered Parenthood of County's Belle- will hold a class care concerns for .ir child- September to 9:30 p.m. The Will be held at the clinic, 1420 156th Ilevue. leaders will discuss and adult development, pelvic, breast and testicular exams, sexual- ly transmitted diseases and parent-child communication. Interested parents and teens or pre-teens may call 747-1050 to register. The class fee is $10 per family. A similar class for mothers and daughters will be held November 29. The December 6 program is for fathers and sons. quilting Museum will g classes ay, September 20 .m. to 2 p.m. The Is closed, but classes at Marymoor will be held at the temporary office location, 7447-159th Place N.E., Redmond. The class is free and meets regu- larly the third Tuesday. GINN INSURANCE AGENCY Home -- Boat- Condo-- Life- Business Presenting: Pare and Save! 12th Ave. N.W. Business Park that make ice cream. L" :;,,. II II d Steel finish maker gh ready trays meat drawer Scoop! From Admiral. la Mode," the first refrigerators that simple to clean up. And not favorite frozen desserts from the ice pending), you'll also get these exciting • built-in wine cellar • frozen food library shelves • removable/adjustable glass shelves • a six-pack deep refrigerator door • plus, our Coolinary Art TM Recipe Book 2= Admiral jj Home Appliances REFRIGERATORS s334o 0 as lOW as ................. IIIAL WASHER & DRYER $58800 SETS as low as ............ MICROWAVES s196o o aS lOW as .................. DISHWASHERS s26328 (under counter) as low'as .. CHEST FREEZERS s257s e as low as .................. ELECTRIC RANGES s331, 9 as low as .................. GAS RANGES s29449 as lOW as .................. UPRIGHT FREEZERS s325r1 as lOW as .................. Our Prices Are [] LITTON As Low Or Lower Than Bellevue RI _ SPECIALIZING IN tt.AI,==,ERATION • RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT • ELECTRICAL REPAIRS b '69 & AIR CONDITIONING • OIL BURNERS " PUMPS & MOTORS 'nO'r,, IROLs • INSTRUMENTATION • BOILERS " MICROWAVES "hOUSEHOLD REPAIRS • BUILDING MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS • APPLIANCES SERVICE & REPAIR COMPANY I MAINTENANCE Maybe I'll be Annie tomorrow More than 60 girls showed up to audition for the Village Theatre's upcoming production of "Annie" last Saturday. After warming up with a group rendition of "la la la la la la la," Individual girls got on stage to sing anything but "Tomorrow" from the show. Right, three girls from Mercer Island listened attentively as an auditloner sings "Maybe." Tickets available for Bellevue lecture series Season tickets are still Season tickets can be ordered available for the 1983-84 at $40 each from Town Hall Bellevue Town Hall lecture Tickets, P.O. Box 1055, series. All lectures will be Bellevue, Wa. 98009. given at 11 a.m. in the John Georgie Ann Geyer, Danz Theatre in Bellevue. foreign correspondent, will open the series on September 19. Liv Ullman, actress, will speak on November 7. Vladimir Sakharov, ex KGB agent, will speak on February 13. Local author, Ivan Doig, Levi'sฎ Unlined & Lined Denim Jackets 26,98 to 35.98 ' The perfect weight. Denim mixes fashion and function. 100% preshrunk cotton denim. 20% OFF Levi'sฎ Shirts 14.98 to 18.98 Reg. 18.00 to 23.00 Add a one or two pocket plaid to your collection in colors you'll like. Neat, no-iron dacron and cotton blends. Sizes X, M, L, XL. Levi'sฎ 501 Jeans 18.98 Reg. 22.00 Levi's() original 501 button front jean that shrinks to fit is as tough as nails, That's why they've been around year after year. The jean that's made history because it looks as good as it feels. Over 100 sizes 38" inseam $2.00 more. TRACK SHORTS Nylon Reg. 9.98 7.98 JACKETS Flannel Lined Reg. 22.00 14.98 SKI PARKAS Reg. 55.00 35.98 WORK SOCKS Tube type Irregular 3.59 LEVIS FOR MEN From 21.98 DESPERADO JEANS From 21.98 UNION BAY JEANS From 21.98 is scheduled for March 12. Hugh Sidey from TIME Magazine will close the series April 30. Flexible work hours promoted Commuter Pool and Metro Transit have joined forces to test the effective- ness of incentives that public agencies can provide to en- courage the adoption or ex- pansion of flexible working hours. This effort is funded by a three-year $240,000 Federal Highway Adminis- tration grant. Flexible working hours, or Flex-time, gives individual employees some choice -- and responsibility -- for when they start and end their work day. Commuter Pool and Metro are promoting the Flex-Time concept because, when given a choice, employees tend to commute during off-peak hours, and more often choose to travel via transit, carpools, or van- pools. In promoting Flex-time, Metro and Commuter Pool hope to encourage more effi- cient use of existing transpor- tation resources. Numerous Northwest com- panies, including Honeywell, Blue Cross of Washington and Alaska, and Sea-First already have adopted Flex- time programs. They report that Flex-time has increased productivity, decreased costs related to absenteeism and overtime, and improved em- ployee morale. For more information about the Flex-Time services available through Commuter Pool and Metro, call Com- muter Pool at 625-4651, or Metro at 447-5858. ii lssaquah homes and apart- ments for rent. Turn to the classifieds. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, September 14, 1983 - Page 5 NAN'S BACK Luncheon Special 11 - 2 p.m. 8" Pizza or Fried Chicken & Jo's Jo's or Fish & Chips or Any Sandwich with Salad Bar s3.25 All drinks 25 ' M-Thurs. 11-9 p.m. ORDERS TO GO! Fri. 11-10 p.m., Sat. 4-10 p.m. ROCKY'S PIZZA 1235 12th Ave. N.W. 392-6311 SPRINGTIME BEAUTY! ,o s 199 MUMS ,,... GERBER S249 Reg. $3.49 DAISIES ,-,... HEATHER ,". S249 10 or s 199 more i., ...... • UPRIGHT SHRUBS Screen - Shade - Windbreak Beautiful - Wide Variety • JUNIPERS 50% o REG. PRICE 10 varieties • RHODODENDRONS Some in bloom! Good Selection Drawf or Standard Varieties FALL IS FOR PLAN11NG TREES • SHRUBS • GROUND COVERS \\;---h--s" -s--/ • FLOWERING CABBAGE & KALE • BARK .TOPSOIL • RIVER ROCK VALLEY GROWERS 1625 Newport Way Across from Iss. Park & Ride 1/2 ml S. of 1.90 at Exit 15 on SR 900 , LL EG*lgeJT 392-2632 Re-elect DON JANUS COMMISSION R FIR DIST. #10 Don Janus is committed to the best, most modern and cost effective Fire District possible. The future of our entire area depends on a sound fire safety management practices. Don's record as commissioner is one of accomplishment and suc- cess" • First volunteer paramedic program in Washington • One of state's largest standing volunteer force (165 fire fighters) • Building improvements (including new station) at approximately V2 estimated cost by using volunteer labor and donated materials. • Building cost savings allowed pur- chase of ladder rig, 4 pumpers, 3 attack units and 2 aid cars. • More full-paid personnel and improved services. "Having served as D/strict 10 Fire Commissioners with Don Janus, we believe his experience, understanding and dedication to the responsibilities of his job as fire commissioner are unsurpassed. When decisions are made concerning our safety and the safety of our families we need someone with Don's abilities • • • not some- one who will be learning as he goes." Chief Carl "Butch" Cedarholm Commissioner Earl Soderman Commissioner Doug Refvem Paid for by Committee to Re-elect Don Janus, Ed Lewis, chairman