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Page 6- The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, December 14. 1983 Pendleton Wool Shirts at the 1I l Mn';;E:H; i;iay S 0 ';giL 92;i;;:.' 5 THEW, YYOU DRESSSAVS / I \\; I Plice A LOTABOUT / [., a I end fire w,o,ou,,... ShopVogueLaGrande ? u/ I""anrun lssaquah police are investi- gating a hit and run traffic for your holiday dressing \\; / accident that occurred be- and gift selections. \\; / tween 4 and 4:20 p.m. in the downtown Post Office park- Mon.-Sat. 10-6, Sun. 12-5 Galleryof ing lot December 5. Full FigureFash ons Victim in the accident, Sizes36-52 Teresa Cooley, of 20042 SE ,6424 E. LakeSammamish Pkwy., Issaquah 78th, told police someone 3 blocks north of 1-90 at Exit 17 392-1558 smashed into the driver's side ...... of her 1969 Chevrolet Subur- ISSAQUAH MILRK-IT FOODS Shop Mark-It Food Where Your Food Dollar Buys You More! NAVEL MARKET FRESH PRODUCE RUSSET ORANGES POTATOES LBS. LBS. /,oo FRESH SAVE 95' GRADE A FROZEN TURKEYS SAVE 32' USDA CHOICE BEEF RIB ............. STEAK SAVE 91' DARIGOLD 1/2 GALLON ICE CREAM GROCERY $ ALL VARIETIES SAVE 41, WESTERN FAMILY, REA...._.L CHOCOLATE CHIPS $ SAVE 23' EAGLE BRAND SWEETENED $ $ $ 14 OZ. MILK FEED YOUR BUNCH WITH A GRANNY SMITH APPLES SAVE 20 = FRESH GROUND BEEF C LB. SAVE 41' BONELESS PORK BUTT .... ROAST SAVE 71' STARKIST CHUNK LIGHT TUNA 6.5 OZ. CAN OIL AND WATER SAVE 28' GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10 LBS. SAVE 80' CHRISTMAS WRAPPING PAPER 50 SG. FT., 20 FT. LONG SAVE 51, 625 N.W. Gilman Blvd SAVE 11= PRICES EFFECTIVE 12-14 THROUGH 12-20. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT. ban, causing significant damage. Many happy returns James G. Findlay of Sno- qualmie got a present from a Pine Lake woman, Jean Snyder this week, but it may be a few days before Findlay finds out. The Snoqualmie man lost his wallet eiI"ly in the week while shopping at Hi-Lo. In- side was $153 in cash and all his identification as well as credit cards. Later that same day, Snyder found the wallet and turned it in intact, after being unable to contact the owner by phone. Police could not reach him either, so a letter went out in the mail to Findlay's post office box. Needless to say, it said "Merry Christmas." DWI Mary Shotwell, 21, of 600 Front St. S. was stopped by Issaquah police at 2:39 a.m. Dec. 8, and cited for driving while intoxicated. She was stopped at Gilman and SR 900. Man arrested for indecent exposure A 22-year-old Issaquah man was arrested Saturday further i: DaJ Hi mor Condi 10. Jazz F Dance Baskel up now! Baske start Basl Ol 9:30 p.m., Ileyball O[ ).m., Clarl R EJ Bo girls 9-18 y( ly Dancing Classes, ' ligraphy,/ Jail ndy Making ;h Animals an. 12 Country 1 Danc B; : Jitterbug, rmediate 5 ntry Weste Truck accident kills two [.rmediateC inning Ball "0 Two truck cabs completely disintegrated and the two drivers killed when they hit head-on while drlvln g icy Highway 11 Wednesday morning near the Issaquah-Hobart road exit. The cab of one truck plunged down an embankment, whet driver was found and revived with cardIo pulmonary resuscitation. Though he did not regain consciousness, he was when an Army helicopter arrived to take him to Harborview Medical Center, according to Fire District 10 medics. TI1 cident is under investigation by the Washington State Patrol. Photos by Rodl Shemeta Ludlum. night on charges of indecent liberties in exposing himself to a resident of the 900 block of Idylwild. The man allegedly stood completely unclothed before a front room window, until residents noticed him. The occupants and a witness tracked down the offender and called police. Chief Dag Garrison says he does not believe the inci- Fr dent was related to the occa- sional problem reported over the past year, of a streaker in the Mt. Park neighborhood. Dachshund stolen A miniature red dachshund dog was reported stolen from a vehicle parked briefly at McDonald's Fri- day. Victim of the theft was Kathleen L. Elmer, 21 Big Bear Place, Issaquah. Nault heads South county pol King County police January 1982 to Oct serving the Issaquah area 1982 he was in charge 0 from 1-90 south have a new northeast precinct, boss. Major Michael T. covers the Issaquah Nault, 39, has assumed corn- north of 1-90. mand of Precinct Three, in Kent. Since June of 1983, r Nault formerly worked as has been in charge of tile lieutenant in the area, before jor Crimes Division, a  becoming chief of the King been in charge of the C County Jail in 1981. From River murdersinvestigati t Loose & I. FEE CO Jerdance, 5 'O RREC'FI Obedience, Cl Let T-Shirts also available - $7.50 each. By order only, must be prepaid Allow 3 days for delivery White poly-cotton shirt in sizes T-4 to adult XL. Women's French Cut also available. T hirt when you give 2 gift subscriptions I Give The Issaquah Press and be remembered year around. Only $12.50 per year. Gift card announcing the subscription will be sent on request. Order 2 gift subscriptions by December 23rd and we'll give you* an '1 love Issaquah' T-shirt in your choice of sizes. *Allow 3 days for T-shirt Delivery. THE ISSAQUAH PRESS 45 Front Street South 392.6434 Office hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.