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Ad/mix Debbie Berto New car dealer opens Ed and Frank are partners in the new car dealership, Chevrolet. Be- they have over 35 In the auto business. also owns Overlake in Bellevue. they even opened September 24, had sold the first car. the weekend was over had another nine Evergreen is bringing 1984 models. About already in stock, and be maintained Ed Pasco and Edward Carlson of lssaquah were Ever- first customers. They drove home a new four-door Ed Pasco says the overall reception from the Issa- COmmunity has been very good. He says he plans to hard to be a welcome part of the community. treat them right as rain," said Ed. "We want all our to leave here in as near perfect condition as we can get Krofchek is Evergreen's service manager and Dick is fleet manager. Sales representatives include Charlie Bontempo, and Issaquah's own Harold Collins. is the new owner of Nature's Galleryat Gilman West is also the owner of the Gem House in Renton. Gallery will offer all the same treasures, says West, Will now include his services as a custom jewelry designer. jewelry repair. Haddon, an lssaquah artist, is again offering art The fall offerings include watercolor or oil painting, Printmaking. Classes are held in North Bend. to Monohon's Restaurant, the first of renovations to come downtown in an effort to revitalize Street area. The greenhouse windows will extend sidewalk and the bar will be a visible and integral of the dining facility. The new look is upbeat, and will everyone that things are happening downtown. Ran owner, says the menu will also undergo a major L 'ew Monohon's lounge will be out front and more to the main dining area. at Gilman Village is acting as a drop-off point -A-Ski Program. Bring all your used ski equip- and clothing to the sports shop and trade it in for a tax They will donate it to the Ski Educational Founda- a charitable organization, which will distribute it to e programs such as the Special Olympics. Inc. has applied for a class CDEF license to sell nd bottled beer for on-premises and home consump- resfresh is due to open mid-October in Gilman Village. atry Interiors of Gilman Village will participate in a ',antique exposition at Juanita High School this week- the largest antique.show in the Northwest. ie BerNe and Carolyn Parker of Thinkertoys are their showroom into your home, preschool or of- will bring a broad selection of merchandise for you on the spot. They will advise you on appropriate or a child's development and age. Any orders they are to fill during the toy party will be sent to the purchaser Start your shopping now, from your own living Haus of Antiques is Issaquah's newest antique shop 157V2 Front Street N. Owner Marga llic will carry and American antique furniture in her shop Front Street Photo & Frames. Stop in soon Communications has sold 12 satellite television since it opened at 14 Front Street N. A subsidiary of Engineering Company, Ramseco Communica- Is Owned and operated by partners Brian Bradfield, and Bob Morin, who specializes in electronic servicing. have 25 years of electronic experience and of- sales, service and custom satellite television sys- The service department can also handle electronic instrument repair. Clark and Louise Clark applied for a class to sell beer and wine for home consumption, at Mini-Mart Texaco, 825 Front St. Barn Academy, formerly known as the Aqu a Care and Pre-School, has opened its newly Academy Complex at the Aqua Barn Ranch on the Valley Highway. In addition to new paint, lights, the Academy has installed several safety an automated check-in procedure for Protection for the children and greater convenience Parents. Grocery will begin construction this fall and : spring, The mini-mart with 'stop and go' food will at 182nd and West Lake Sammamish Parkway in I. OWners are John and Julia Wiegman. The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, October 5, 1983 - Page 7 Gilman Village opens shops ,ost chain letters are illegal, by Terry McLafferty Gilman Village is taking a couple of major steps this month toward the comple- tion of its final "look." Three new stores are ex- pected to be open by Novem- ber first, and at least four more by spring, according to Betty Konarski, manager. The village has 34 establish- ments now, and a total of about 50 are foreseen, Konarski says. Last Tuesday the Frank Day-Alberta Beardmore home from First Place was moved onto the village site as the last building approved under the current environ- mental impact statement. It is possible that one addi- tional building, at the far southern end of the village, may be requested of city planners, according to developer Marvin Mohl. City permit coordinator Colin Quinn says such an applica- tion would probably receive detailed and perhaps skepti- cal study by the city. The most recent addition, like most of the structures at Gilman Village, began life in town during a 1900-1915 "building boom," Konarski explains. William and Frank Day are the earliest recorded owners, in 1914, but it is not known if they built the struc- ture. Alberta Beardmore is known to have married one of the Day brothers' sons, Frank, and obtained permis- sion to live in the home after her husband's death and her subsequent remarriage. It had been a rental unit since her death December 23, 1980. No tenants have been decided on for the new build- ISSAQUAH RECYCLING CENTER Operated by C.E.I Open Mon.-Frl. 12 noon- 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 to 2. Next to Foothills Restaurant DIET FACTS & FALLACIES BY Kathy Ebsary /EIGHT LATEAUS You're so excitedabout your new diet. For the last several weeks, the pounds have been. practically falling off your body. Who wouldn't be ecstatic? Then, although you followed your diet, you quit shedding that extra weight. The cause: the dreaded plateau! And no matter how faithfully you stay on your diet, the pounds still won't come off. This plateau may continue for a few days or several weeks. If it persists for an extended period of time, you may-want to con-tact your physician, because other bodily functions could contribute to the problem. Or it may be something to endure. But don't get depressed. At Diet Center, we realize that all dieters experience plateaus. While they may not be losing weight, they are losing inches. The body usually plateaus every four to five weeks. At Diet Center, Kathy Ebsary offers the support and encour- agement necessary to get through this discour- aging time. O CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION M-F 7 to 1,3:30 to 5:30, Sat. 8 to 10 a.m. 1105 12th N.W. Iquah ing. There are three other buildings awaiting final re- modeling, one being expand- ed and one new building be- ing joined to an existing structure. The Paper Place, a party supplies store, opened Friday in one of the remodels, and Tres Fresh, a take-out gourmet food store will open mid-October, according to Konarski. Another major step toward finalizing the shopp- ing center will get underway within the next few weeks with the beginning of final paving of the Gilman Boulevard side parking lots. The grass and gravel area along Gilman has been a city owned right-of-way, but has been purchased by Mohl in the city's sale of all such lands prior to the redesign of Gilman Boulevard from SR 900 to Front Street. Planting of all the front landscaping which will go with the paving will take place in the Fall, Konarski says. The Village opened in 1973, with four shops: The Country Mouse, the Calico Cat, an antique store called The Victorian, and The Boarding House. A total of 22 buildings have been moved onto the site from throughout the area. no matter what they claim The Northwest is being plagued with chain letters disguised as legal merchan- dise promotions, according to the U.S. Postal Service. Typically, these letters state you are purchasing something such as reports, recipes, or the privilege of be- ing placed on a mailing list. However, the main message of the chain letter is taken up with claims of the vast amount of money which will supposedly be received by reselling the products in your own name. These promised riches depend upon the chance that later recipients of the chain letter, over whom you have no control, will continue the chain. Acting Postal Inspector in Charge J.D. Garner, at Seat- tle, says the claim of legality because you are receiving a service, reports or other items of alleged value for your "participation fee" does not immunize the scheme from challenge under Postal Lottery, False Repre- sentation, or Fraud Statutes. Maximum penalties for those convicted are five years in jail and/or $1,000 fine. Most people who participate in chain letter promotions become victims, Garner add- ed. "Good Luck" and "Prayer" chain letters are legal as they do not ask for money, only that the chain be continued. Unfortunately, in the sender's zeal to have the chain continue, examples are given of bad luck and even death experienced by those who broke the chain in the RIB AK$ U.S,D.A. Choioe " Cut Beef past. These examples are often interpreted as direct personal threats. Complain- ants are advised by the Postal Service to destroy this type of letter, thereby breaking the chain that preys on the super- stitious. Chain letters requiring payment of a fee for what- ever reason and promising, in return, thousands of dollars on the chance the chain is not broken, should be turned in- to the Postal Inspection Ser- vice through local post of- fices. $ lb. II BONELESS HAM ' Maple River Brand: Smoked, Water Added, to 8 Ibs. Ib. l LEAN, .. @ROUlMD(IBEIEF II PRnZB, ZE xn00,EE'r ' D/,P00.,OZ,/NT FOODS SNOBOY Extra Fancy Washington Red or Golden Delicious ORANGES California Valencia lb. YAJU$ Flavorful lb. Meat Franks I-lb. S 108 BAR-S B,gg,es00B00, ........... Pkg. Link "- O,d Faithful 8-OZ. ouusage Skn,essPork .................. Pkg. 68' Shrimp Cocktail 00asco ................. 68" Crab Cocktail Lasco .................... 4-oz. Jar 78' Dak Ham Lookin' Leon ......................... 3.1b 698 Jennie-O Brand . . White & Dark Meat Turkey IOaSl'Bone,ess Pa.,oos, ............ 2,b. S2 49 i John ,le a Morrell Sliced 1 -lb. Pkg. VALUABLE COUPON ONE DOZ. LARGE II@l00ll ABLF= COUPON TOMATO IOUP Campbell's Condensed This coupon good for 1 DOZEN Fresh AA LARGE EGGS FREE W/purchase L of any 2 packages of 2-Pack TomatO Sylvania Light Bulbs: Inside Frost or Soft White - 60, 75, or 100 Watt. Inside Frost: 2 Pack $1.28 Soft White: 2 Pack $1.34 Cash Value 1/20th of 1 '. One ,,t.,upon per " Cash Value 1/20th of 1 '. One Coupon per Customer. Expires :  q/1 "83. No. 8812 Customer. Expires: 10/11/83. No. 8801. PRIIRII00 00IREET PRIIRIE MHREET I ..... .......... - oo)s , ,oos SLICED BACON JOHN MORRELL i' 1-1b, Pkg, BEEF RIB $ ROAST U.S.D.A. Choice,; Large End SIRLOIN TIP, STEAKS u00o, Boneless Beef CLAM $ CHOWDER Frozen Base FRESH MEAT AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE LOCATIONS... GREEN BEANS Bits O' Honey: Cut or French Sliced 16oz. AMorted Vcrietie| Mix & Eel Cereal CREAM OF WHEAT ............ ,0o,.,o,a,. SI ,e Long Grain Enriched WONDER RICE .......................... ,oo, s19e Carnation Hot: Auorted Vartetiel COCOA MIX,.-.En.e,op ................. ,=ck Sl " Window Clonner Refill GLASS PLUS .............................. aax. Sl a Sprlnglreh Plmtlc; I Gallon FOOD STORAGE BAGS ............. s. s] a Scott Economy Pack PAPER NAPKINS ....................... a00. $1 8 Both Economy Roll SCOTT IS SUE ..................... ooo ,..,,o,,, 2/s 1 Duncan Hlnel: Allotted MUFFIN MIXES .................. 9% a=.t*130,. 31 e * FROZEN FOODS * Auorted Cdlp Crtmt TOTINO'S PIZZA .................. 0= &up =1 )e Snow Crop Blended Fruit Juice Concentrate Reg. or Fruit Punch FIVE ALIVE ................................ ,a, 89' SNOBOY Cut= BROCCOLI ................................. 0a,. 46' SNOBOY BRUSSEL SPROUTS ..................... 0o, 58' Issaquah 1871 N.W. Gilman Blvd, Skyway Family Market 12600 Renton Ave. S. Federal Way 32945 Pacific Hwy S. Bellavue 2208-136th PI. N.E. 1510-145th PI. S.E. lurlen 236 S.W. 152nd Redmond 7370 170th Ave. N,E. Woodinville 17705 130th N.E. Kanmore 17562-68th Ave. N.E. Bramarton 4173 Wheaten Way 2521-6th Street Ranton 343 Union Ave. N.E. Juanlta 9755 Juanita Dr. !!ii!00!iii!ii "!iii!!! e BITS O'HONEY Cream Style or Whole Kernel Corn, Peas, or Spinach 1 5 oz. to 17 oz. Pure Vegetable Oil WESSON OIL ............................. .. = Syrup or JulCe Pock: S iced. Cru,hed. Chunkz DOLE PINEAPPLE .................... ,a,. 3/99' Thick, Reg., or Hot W.h fiean. NALLEY CHILl ............................ ,s= 68'1 Family Sl Baking Mix FB/S.QUICK .................................. ,0a,. ' 1,8 SALTINE CRACKERS .................... ,. 98' Pertonal Size Borz; 4 Pack IVORY SOAP ............................. ,,o, 88' instant HIGHLAND COFFEE .................. 0=. $34e Springfresh : 12-Inch Standard ALUMINUM FOIL ........................ s 59' Golden Groin; AMOHeI Vorlell NOODLE-RONI ...........................  a, 64' Downy SOFTENER .................... o.. *3 ss 'Nte :ACIAL TISSUE .......................... o0,,. 68' amlly Favorite BEEF STEW ................................ ,o,. Sl" family favorite REFRIED BEANS ......................... ,o,. 38' i:7i: :!i:ii;:ii!i:i :ii :! !! i !i):):: ii !:!i PRICES good WEDI OCT. 5th, 1983 THROUGH TUESDAY, OCT 1lib, 1983. htl