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-00e.cutting permJts issued soon for National Forests &apos;its for cutting per- available weekdays only at marion about cutting areas for many of our young growth areas results in need- rwOoT)use Christmas trees the Mt. Baker District will be provided when per- Douglas and silver fir ed thinning that is beneficial Ithe Mr. Baker-Sno- Ranger's office in Sedro mits are purchased, stands," explained Doug in helping remaining trees AQ) ie National Forest will Woolley. Most cutting areas are ac- MacWilliams, Forest Super- reach maximum size in later visor. "Removal of the years." younger trees from the thick Forest Service offices also will be open Saturday, No- vember 26, and Sunday, No- vember 27, and December 3 and 4, or until the permits are gone. The permits will entitle the holder to cut one young tree per family, usually Douglas or silver fir. Maps and infer- cessible only by narrow, rug- ged mountain roads. Tree cutters should be properly equipped with tire chains, a shovel, and warm clothing and be prepared for cold win- ter travel. "Public Christmas tree cutting provides a valuable resource management tool ,sale starting Friday, bee 25, at seven U.S. lt Service locations. Iht ls,ooo rht b permits will be |0n a first-come, first- :ouns!0]!asis for $5 each at of- ratL u;;,ln Enumclaw, North ::o '.T.! kykomish, Verlot, ;n the s.=gton, Concrete and ct manure. Permits also will be t( (; tu :Y n ( T Y :t n r i I " opergti !:000000I'00&CHIIRCH SEROICES Chemical People hold second Town Meeting The Chemical People will host a second town meeting in Issaquah Wednesday, No- vember 9 at Issaquah Com- munity Hall at 7:30 p.m. The community is invited to be- come a part of a national ef- fort to combat school-age drug and alcohol abuse at the meeting. Similar meetings are being held in towns all over Wash- ington. Public comments are filmed for future viewing on public television stations. The first Issaquah meeting of The Chemical People was held last Wednesday. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 9, 1983 - Page 9 Arthritis talk held at Snoquc Imie An arthritis panel discus- sion and question and answer period will be held at the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital on November 18, 1983, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. This particular illness was of special interest to many persons who attend- ed a Health Fair held at the hospital early last spring. Thus this topic was chosen to be the first of a series of pro- grams in health-related sub- jects to be presented free of charge to people of the com- munity. On the panel will be an Is- saquah physician, Steven Ratcliffe, M.D., who spe- cializes in Orthopedics. Dr. Ratcliffe is a member of the medical staff of the Hospital. Also on the panel will be Dr. Ralph Eddings, Chief of Staff of the Hospital, David Shields, a Physical Therapist and Ms. Gene Woodwick, a member of the Arthritis alley Hospita Foundation. The program is open to everyone in the community. All are welcome! For those senior citizens who require transportation to this event there is a ride available by calling the Van-Go bus office at 1-800-982-2811. This series of programs is sponsored by the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Auxiliary. Bloodmobile comes to St. Michael's November 14 St. Michael and All Angels Durst Monday, November 14 Episcopal Church is sponsor- from 2 to 8 p.m. ing a visit from the Puget Donating blood takes Sound Blood Program about 45 minutes and in- bloodmobile. The unit will be eludes a health checkup for at the church at Second and each donor, includin blood Pine Lake holiday show November 12 pressure, temperature and hemoglobin count. Those wishing to donate can call 392-7890 or 392-8324 for a convenient time. The Fifth Annual Pine Lake Community Club, Lake Holiday Show will be Soups and goodies will be held Saturday, November 12 served for lunch. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The show will feature a wide selection of hand-crafted items for the holiday season. It will be held at the Pine or -Visitors Welcome- [10l'i I il I Id,iL]SU S CHRIST Sunday services begin atl1:30 a.m. We're new... 1 , ISSAQUAH 1st WARD e[LATTER_DAY R. MorFis, Bad;hop 392-1053 I  FAITH ', dl: SAINTS Issaquah 2ndWard 1 if( . \\; 0|tIei'I,' (THE UnRMnN,-- Sunday services begin at 9:00 a.m. | I/ \\; t-Cl-- / /1 UNITED 1 q " ,. ............ 1 ' 9 f(jl 1 01t1006th Southeast H. Cutler, Bishop 641-729 | \\;\ ",l/ /J METHODIST I0 ,I :,u lh,'ra|/r,, l  CHURCH v, shi:|, ;0 M M U N I TY B A PTI ST C H U R C H S,,L,,. , to. in ' orra'l' familYl. Church School 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 a.m. r rjlljl Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Nulseff-ActivitiesforChildren ,11  CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m. i 205 Mt. Park Blvd., 392-6280 (Parsonage)392-6447 (Church) H0U..; a agelsSSA^UA H ,r Eric. C Holmstrom, Pastor Will;:m ; Price, Pastor et !t d ina 392-5387 tt rl ii irlr o?v.idceTenl$6t iiilpini:, !::CH T H E N E:!!Hi!:!o: H U R C H f] ( Innquah/Plateau. 24326 5,E, ]...Fen City Rd. rY u' Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Bible Education 9:-00 a.m. I0:00 a,m, tt 01 John M. Sheeks, Pastor 392.7371 Woe, Dip =le,,..uthr.e:. .t, h, Pine Lake Presbyterian Church Communion 8:00a,m. Aduh Worship 8:15, I ):15 a.m. (Children's Church/Ch0ir) O' l: Celebrations ,. Dialogue * Community Bible Education 9:45 a.m. S U N DA YS I0 A.M. IAd, & Children's) At Lutheran Bible Institute At Providence Heights Evening Worship 6:00p.m. Wednesday 7:00 p,m. rursery Office 392-5968 du, Electives. Royal Rangers, Missionettes " chool Bob Gray, Pastor 160 N.W. Gilman seuior Pastor Jack V. RotelI Nursery Provided at all services I II III I PastotofYoulh Rick Enloe -ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS' PastorofKid'sMinistries MikeBeresford EPISCOPAL PARISH Ad,h Education Tom N ...... Ptor o Adult Ministries Earl Gdman I !.E. and S.E. Durst SUNDAY: Director orC0unseling Helen gonyha ,*. queth 392-3215 8 & 10 a.m. Holy Eucharis: si.es Ministri Dean Kimlr .. RSvLauraCameron Fraser, ,11:00 Church School ...... . ..............  i rh. D,Reotor ........ , g:45-Noon,..y ,: ., , WEDI: 10 a.m. Holy:Eoha'rlst News of d) , Robert Bethea, Ass't. I 0VENANT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Church nday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Activities Nursery Provided every week ;)2116 S.E. 51st Place, North of St. Regis Lumber in the -LIAM J. SWENSON, PASTOR 392-5532 lssaquah Press NEWPORT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4010 120th S.E., Bellevue, 746-6111  H (West of 1-405 at Coal Creek Pkwy. Exit 10) the DIVINE WORSHIP: 9:30 and 11:00 A.M. for all ages -- Nursery care all morning lqlhatJ'FaJth YOUTH FELLOWSHIP  6:30 P.M. Wage peace Dennis J. Hughes, Pastor  ,ssaquah thrust,an chuh Ji L, ctSed but Christ, no book but the Bible, no name but Chr/stlens  // / ) L,%.AQUAH.HOBARTRD. 392-6848 " "\\; (" " =,,YServlce ................... 8a.m.  ' \\; I ,Choo 9'15 a m H Pearson Mklt '".s_,ice . .. . . ........ . .: 77 ;:m:, ""oK= ,:o,...,,,,.,c.,: 392.4343 =L- u U P ..................... 6 p.m. II Isssaquah Church of the Nazarene  _ . l| .: ::lporaE'EoaMffrler, iPastr--39n:31S3hBo2 641"6009930am I Our ulor "qlli:"l 6"23gthPISE Worship ..... ::::i0::0.:m: I Lutht, rln 1 iII! , SSaquah (formerly the Roads,de Evening ............ ' .... 6:00 p,m. 1 -. . l'kha'l ,,,,.,,,,,,..,o,,,,,,,.,.,,,,., I thurcn w,"   1 145 Front Street S., Issaquah ,,[|,, St. Joseph Catholic Church I Worship SuBday morning ....... 8 & 11 ,'1 l!l 0 it. Park Blvd., Issaquah P.O. BOX 200, Issaquah | Bible Study Hour-... ........ 9 30 a.m. rk Blvd S W Evening worsnlp :service / ,u p m |l I]Y Phone 392-5516 I Jim Wilson intern, 392-5533 r, ] :1| Sunday Masses" 8:00, 9:30 11:15 I Richard L Wendt, Pastor $ ! ' Saturday EveningsAnti'cipation Mass 5:30 p.m. ! 352-4169 392-3101 l - Seventh Day Adventist Church SAMMAMISH HILLS i .11.1,,.. 425 EAST SUNSET WAY ' i LUTHERAN ,turd a ba h Schoo 11 00 a m Ill Bu ayChurchg:30 .m. Sab t : . . i CHURCH E,STOR ROBERT FETRICK 392-4256 1 The American Lutheran Church |   ..... 222-751 Corner 228th S.E. & S.E. 8th ill 455-5285 | Lavenant Church ProvldenceHeight s  Sunday Worship 8:30 & 11 Ir tOo:re. I a.m. ) StyatLya.m. I .rservAva.ebe " lf_2- _ _ I Norman L, Orth Pasto,r 392-8643 |R/ST, SCIENTIST -- ISSAQUAH 1 ! 10:30 Sunday Service 1 l Ha'll--180 E. Sunset Way Public Reading Room l  lO:30 Sunday School IUl,,n =,,t tn.1 I I at 1250 N.W. Mall ,.,vnn.'v.. .... I a[ lOU INI.W. Mall -- 4 i. 7:30 Wednesdav Eveninq Testimony Meeting Wed. 10. WINE AND BEER VARIIETY DEPT. at 1250 N.W. Mall 1250 N.W. Mall All Are Welcome Behind McDonalds l[ THE NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP i "THERE IS NEW LIFE IN CHRIST." P Worship Service Pine Lake Comm. Club '-dnesday Sunday 212th S.E. & S.E. 20th St. .m. 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Issaquah Home I-ellowship lli00 PASTO R PAT VEACH, 392:982' Hope &Love #, [i1"  V, ion With A Local Concern" BJORN BERGMANN, Pastor..mmm.z,/ I'=*0,.m. Pe,, .... dWo,B,. ".,-,.peo.,d. t"llll ' . I['s .... "iBie TeehInR & Suney School * Home Outre.eh on Mond.y %N'1 . I IRound Steakl Whole Ham U.$.i!?C(oice$ GrO0000i00lmR laE$ 49 lb. " " lb. Beef s,O,N -- - U SDA ho,ne s2,, TeaK eo,ee,, ........... b. Beef Cube Steak ................ . =2" Orange" - N.Z. White Fish S2S9 xougny .oz .............. lb. Scotch Buy Shrimp &Cteenedp6ehsfFzn'epkg. .... $ |1 91 Whole Fryers r 69' Washington Grown..  ...... lb. Smoked Ham Hocks ........... , 99' EXTRA ,EA, Ground IDA'= AnySize I1/ Pockoge ........... ib.$1 S9 Potato Fritters Hash e .... Froze ............... lb. 59 BarS " " Meat ,-,b. Si  Blggles Fron. ...............  Bacon, Sliced JOHN r'l $109 r MORRELL 12-oz. :' ' m._. i I ..... III Caul,flower Tangelos Fresh b Nutritious 1 o.,,c,ou. ,u,,, lb. r lb. 2-oz $1 69 Mushrooms Fresh ................ Pko. 1 Ruby Grapefruit Te*OSsweet. ....... 5 'or$1 Granny Smith A,e,.. ........ 5 o,-'h Sl. Russet" - - Woshn,oo roTaToes .o. ...... 5 ;; 79' Hawaiian Papayas o...o.. 89, Tropics ...... each I Danish Squash Tender.Delicius.. ......... 5 ForSl Jumbo Avocados Florido ........ [0, 98' Cucumbers F,esh Texo,  ................. 3 FatS1 Large Tomatoes .......... ...... ,h 69 Honeydew Melon v'"" 39 Ripened ..... lb. I i00i!c'00 I :i!; 'ii? .,,. ........ i:i .... . , it WE HAVE NEW WINNERS. = Shirley Lee, Yakimn .......... Sl,000 Joanne Ericksen, Everett ....... Sl,000 Edmund Harry, Sumner .......... s200 Rebecca Nelson, Everett ......... s200 Delores E. Boehm, Senttle ....... slO0 Heidi Hansen, Bellevue .......... slO0 'ODDS CHART 1'' Ib D.A. Lingenbrink, Seattle ....... slO0 :,, ,,, .... :,,, ....... :,,,,, ..... ,,,r:,,,,, .... ,,. , :,,,,, : .... ........... mnutButter Lucdle Hckman, Yakma ......... 10 0 ' ' ' ........... ''' L' '' ' ' ' ........ '  '' ' ' ' .... Karol Zarn, Selah ........ slO0 "" '%1' ';i,',", ', ;::I',"', ",;'"',", a Arden Cleveland, Puyallup . slO0 " "'"" """", i'i',':: ':i' .... -- - - * " " $ ;' H,vt()o tt,> * ;}h 1 Kelly Morrison, Eatonwlle ........ 100 , ......... ,,, , ........... ,, Kathy Wangen, Centralia ........ $100  r I j  ,., TopRamen:;a ......... 5;'.'$1  1 < .1.-- o .., . .- ?...., g P=.lsburyl Flour ............. 11 Jvg', / ./J'[.'l/ ./I / \\; ,.*'*   Trident Gum ............ VA?-:? 45' DogFoodAAS.Y ............. 4o.$999 //',.o'1 / / Mushroomsw".o/,'.d ..... ..s-o:;75, l.gll'll[tJl|" or rWIx ............ or )' 1 g Coconut BAn:R'Foke ............... ;Zg $1 1 Orange Ju,e MediumCheddar .o CITRUS HILL  1  TILLAMOOK 1) AAI Frozen  /  Chee,e --el  "T 1----  -'rq1---- \\; lqk Can 1 ,  Loaf k .,. .N ,,. ki gSod Ca J = Tot,no s P|zza Pepperoni ...... Pkg. 2 g Cube ParkayMoe,o,n. ........ ,,. 59 * Party 16-oz PHILADELPHIA 12-oz. $ 29 g Wh,pped Topp|ng Pride, Frz..Ctn.' 99 g Cream CheeSeso,t, KRA, ..... Tub, Ba n a E.|.,.I L*=,I-- ManorHuse 2-lb. S49  V .... ,.,Is Lucerne, Asst. (2-lb. 99')  8-oz, $1 PILLSBURY PLUS  rrmu .,,.=a, Feoz, ........... ,oa "&  /UUlFI Aiso, 6-oz. Gourmet ......... 1 Ctns. | ARM & le Assorted  a--I- a..:,, M)NUTEMAiD |2.oz. On(  m__]l.*._ . PILLSBURY 16-oz. $1 S9 HAMMER 1 1B.5-oz.  .ppl JUIIllFrozen .............. Can 07  ,,UUIIs|III, Chocolate Chip ........... Tube ,  16-oz. Box  Boxes g g Glad DmJ=* Large '* s1" Final Net Hair Spray ..... 8-OZ. $1" DII Kitchen .............. of 1S ......... g g -,,r, Garbage n... Medium Box $1 ' Maxi Pads S,AFR. ...... o, 0 UIbl GLAD ......... of 20 ...... j Glad Wrap... ,DO.,.  M*u,hwosh ............... S,,. ................... Ro,, 89  Listerine A.,,...ic ..oz. s2. g. I PLANTERS ConnSi;:r 99' Easy-Off or., c,.o..r "'; S 1" nacKs Assort. ............... g ............. EB-A-00iBr-ead iSSAQUAH ] BAKED GOODS Mrs. Wrlht's Super Soft ......... Miller Beer No Return.. ....... 12 ,o.,.s'z $4" M;,,L,,i,,.L or Michelob Light 12-oz. IIEIIIUU No Return ............... I/6otfles $2 99 Paul "" Chub,i,, Rose', ,.S.L $3" masson Rh/ne or Burgundy ....... eottle French" '-"- R.do, ,S0-ML,= KauDIT White ..............  sr=. -,a Prices effective Wednesday, November 9th thru Tuesday, November 15, 1983. Sales in retail quantities only. g 18-oz. Quick Oats ,,.., ............. eo, 79' g FISHER Peanuts o. Roo,,,d... o, $1" ............ Jar M KRAFT, Mini 16-oz. arshmallows o, .,,u., ,g. 79' Citrus Punch R,C.. Gallon $1" RAOY ........... Jug