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December 14, 1983

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Robbers is Who's news Humane Society Births Edgar wins German competition Tom Edgar of Issaquah, was awarded second plans in the Caesar Misch German competition at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. The prize is one of six awarded annually to members of the freshman class for excellence in various academic fields. Edgar received $100, a bookplate, and a $25 book certificate from the Brown Bookstore• Negri assigned to West Germany Airman 1st Class Donald D. Negri, son of Donald W. and Beverly J. Negri of 19136 S.E. 47th Place, has arrived for duty at Hahn Air Base, West Germany. Negri, a financial services specialist with the 50th Tac- tical Fighter Wing, was previously assigned at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Korten is Certified Dental Assistant Heide Korten, a dental assistant for Dr. Steven Har- rop, of Issacluah, has passed a national examination to become a Certified Dental Assistant. The designation is confer- red by the Dental Assisting National Board of Illinois on the basis of educational background and experience. C. Bruce Emry Emry heads Rainier communications lssaquah resident C. Bruce Emry has been named manager of the Corporate Communications Division at Rainier National Bank. Formerly manager of the public relations department, Emry now oversees the oper- ations of that department, as well as the Visual Communi- cations and Internal Com- munications departments. He joined Rainier Bank in 1981. The 1 l-year veteran of public relations is president of the National Investor Relations Institute, Seattle Chapter, and a member of the Public Relations Society of America. Volunteer of month December's Volunteer of the Month at The Humane Society is Molly Robbers of Issacluah. She recently became the Pet Food Bank Coordinator for Senior Citizens. Previously, she worked in Pet Therapy, and exercising, grooming, and bathing adoption pets. Besides her time and love, Robbers has donated the money to have a gate put up in the exercise yard so that there is room to work with more dogs. She has also donated money to have signs made for the Shelter. Snedeker based in Okinawa Sgt. Kim C. Snedeker, has arrived for duty at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan. Snedeker, an aerospace ground equipment mechanic with the 313th Air Division, was previously assigned at Beale Air Force Base, Calif. Her husband, Jeffrey, is the son of Janice and Jerry Tant of 22929 S.E. 40th St., lssaquah. Ellis completes basic training Pvt. Richard B. Ellis, son of Bruce and Jackie Ellis of 25132 S.E. 158th, Issaquah, Wash., has completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. On the Waterfront in Kirkland 822-9209 lor reservations 21 Central Way Kirkland, Wa. |l u i i ii Lisa Amend Sheldon and Jackie Amend, former lssaquah High students, are the parents of their second child, Lisa Danielle, born October 29 at the Navy Regional Medical Center at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Lisa weigh- ed 8 pounds, 11 ounces. Her sister, Michelle Nichole is one and a half. Grandparents are Jack and Eva Reid of Issaquah and Jim and Colleen Amend of Maple Valley• Grandparents are Bea Ulrey and Ercel Ward. Jonathan Parl David and Georgeanne Park of 14808 260th Ave. S.E. are the parents of a new boy, Jonathan Ellis, born November 29 at Overlake Hospital. He weighed 18 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20JA inches. He has a half sister, Deborah Park and a brother, Christopher David, 21 months. Grandparents are George and Gertrude Bourn of Puyallup. Great grand- mother is Sadie Bugh of Tulsa, Oklahoma• I "lssaquah on the Move." A look at the development boom in 1984, coming in a special edition with your February 9th Issacluah Press. what00 thor "The Eastslde's Most Unique Boutique" Looking For Something Different? • Alpaca Fur Vests • Ethnic Clothing • Japanese Vintage Kimonos • African Trade Beads Now in our new/ocation! 8117 161st V,' II A 'I"; TI I .,T? 1 |WU.C'HI t i..", KFN €1 I.'t'K'IIII(,KI:NFRII I) I)1 NN ', REDMOND WAY N.E., Redmond 881-3034 i i u, %,n "; I ' i i • I k Tennis Racquet Sale Continues Through December 24,1983 P Open Mon,-SIIt, g:30-e Warm-ups are our Specialty Men'sl Womon'sl Chlldren'sl call it LOVE ISSAQUAH TENNIS CLUB 392-7003 MERCER ISLAND 232-1530 G ilm an V ill ag e is open 'til 9:00 Thursday eves. December 15, 22 Enjoy shopping with us . . • Anglomania The Boarding House- till 8 Calico Cat- til 8 b The Clock Gallery Country Interiors Fast Lady Sports Front Street Books Grass Roots Leather Maids Pappagallo The Picture Show Sassy Sharon's Yarn Studio Simpich Character Dolls Thinker Toys Tres Fresh The Village Florist The Village Men's Sh01: Santa for the deaf Issaquah resident Jan Holler, left, plays a very special Mrs. Santa for Pacific Northwest Bell. The company sponsors a Mr. and Mrs. Santa for deaf and hearing-impaired children, allowing them to tell their Christmas wishes by letting their fingers do the talking. Holler has been deaf since age six and appreciates the opportunity to help youngsters with a similar problem. "When you're a deaf youngster, Christmas can be isolating. You can't hear the music, the laughter and even if you sit on Santa's lap, he can't talk to you." The couple appeared at the Factoria Bell office at the beginning of December. i ii " " ii LES GINN INSURANCE AGENCY Auto  Home- Boat- Condo-- Life-- Business Representing: PEMCO Compare and Save! 1045 12th Ave. N.W. Cascade Business Park Issaquah 392-5069 =l SAMMAMISH OFFICE SUPPORT COMPREHENSIVE SECRETARIAL SERVICES i • PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS LETTERS • COMPANY CHRISTMAS CARDS • TYPING, WORD PROCESSING • TELEPHONE, CASSETTE DICTATION • RESUMES, REPORTS • MULTIPLE LETTERS/MAILINGS 392-TYPE BII I DIET CENTER,00 "Diet Center's helped me keep my ideal weight for over 10 years." ' I started with Diet Center back in 1972, more than 25 pounds overweight. And thanks to their natural, nutritious program, I achieved my ideal weight, and have stayed there ...... r ' ever since.' Millions have lost weigh aqd have (ept it eli, wnth Diet Center. You can too! 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':' '.Z!: !i • > i:.:.: ::'  .,:. , .. , : : :i:}i:g) SNO-LINE Pass Report 464-4600 Seattle The Issacluah Press, Wednesday, December 14, 1983 - Page 5 How to keep burglars away during Christmas Burglars just love A Iock that must be closed Christmas• Thieves know that the holidays are a time of gift- giving and partying, when many people spend long hours away from home. And that's just what burglars like. The Insurance Informa- tion Institute urges everyone to take the extra time and make his or her home as bur- glar-proof as possible. While nothing can make a home completely safe, a few extra steps can make things difficult for the burglar. The Institute offers these tips: Check the identification of any unknown person be- fore admitting him or her in- to your home. More than one thief has "cased" a house for a break-in later on by pre- tending to collect for a worthwhile cause or to de- liver packages. • Arrange for a neighbor to collect Christmas cards and other mail if you plan to be out of town during the holiday season. • Lock your home and garage while going shopping, even if you will be away for only a short period. When shopping, lock purchases in the trunk, or put them out of sight if left in the car. * Cane bolts made of steel should be placed on both edges of the garage door so that they cannot be pulled back to one side to allow a forced entry. • Padlocks, if used, should have the following features: A heel-and-toe locking mechanism. A five-pin tumbler. before the key can be remov- ed. A shackle made of harden- ed steel at least 9/23 inch thick. • Locks should be used on items in the garage such as food freezers, tool boxes, bi- cycles and lawn mowers if the garage door cannot be lock- ed. • Dead-bolt locks should be installed on doors connec- ting the garage with the house. • Anti-slide mechanisms or key-operated devices should be used to secure garage windows. Covers should be placed over garage windows to keep persons from seeing inside. An empty garage signals a thief that no one is home. Big trees are thirsty A six or seven foot sheared Douglas-fir tree, common on today's market, can use up to four gallons of water the first week it is in the house. The water level should be maintained above the base of the tree. Small stands that hold only a quart or two of water are not adequate unless they are constantly main- tained. Water absorption is max- imized when the tree trunk butt is trimmed shortly before placing it in a stand with adequate water holding capacity. 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