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The Issaquah Press, December 17, 1986 - Page 11 Ad/mix Debbie Berto store offers walking wear a new sports shop in town that is very specialized. sport is walking, and the store sells the only equipment -- shoes. The Walking Company opened last month 160 NW Gilman Boulevard by owners Mike Caine and Ar- Holliday. The store stocks Birkenstock and Rockport footwear for exercise and fitness walking. The shoes available in men's, women's and children's sizes. This is second store for the family business. The first one is in uah residents Bob and Elaine Adams have opened NE 8th on the Plateau to help Pine Lake area get their holiday packages out on time. Mail Post of- packaging, shipping, parcel post, UPS, Federal Express, mail boxes and color copies. It will soon also have a making service, office supplies, computer rentals and service. Post is not a franchise. This is a new venture for the seven-year residents of Issaquah. The investment firm of Edward D. Jones & Company has an office in Issaquah. Steven Colvin, a registered for Jones, is currently managing the office his home until a permanent office location is determin- d, Edward D. Jones & Company has built its business on a philosophy. The firm's registered representatives only low-risk securities including federal tax-exempt mutual funds and common stock of companies with of steady growth and sound management. The firm !0he of the largest in the securities industry, home based in It has grown to more than 1000 offices in 38 states. Colvin received a B.A. in business from Seattle Pacific ,. Prior to joining Jones, he worked at his alma an associate dean of admissions. klarianwood nursing home in Issaquah has now opened a Care Services department to assist individuals, par- the elderly, to remain in their homes. The home aides will assist with personal care, food preparation, housekeeping, shopping, errands and transportation. A nurse assists in establishing a care plan for each in- at no charge. Eventually the new department will also include nursing, and occupational therapy, social work and speech Director of Home Care Services is Judy Cooke. s owned and operated by Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Hospital Services. YMCA aerobics instructor Deb Guth has expanded her to include morning workouts at Vibrations roller Good Vibrations Aerobics offers fitness classes design- for everyone, with fun and safety the top priorities. Each includes warm-up aerobics, strength and toning, and PJ'tal and Btlness Services Fred Blanco has opened an Issaquah franchise of .ports and Services, Inc., a small business con- firm. MR&S, a Seattle-based company, specializes in small businesses to succeed in the competitive cor- structure by supplying them with tailor-made financial form of'easy to read graphs and charts, enabling to see where the business is going and how healthy the really is. Blanco is an eight-year resident of Issaquah and an 18-year of data processing for big name companies like and Boeing. His MR&S office is located at Gilman Boulevard. 'Tie the season for office parties, and here's one worth talk- about. Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, developers of a 55-acre park here, flew to Anaheim, California last week to I 1,000 co-workers and customers from across the coun- They partied at a warehouse that had been turned into a diner, complete with classic cars and a roller skating There to entertain them were 1950s hit groups the and the Coasters, in person. Everybody flew home e next day. Now, that's a party! Nanette Chevalier, owner and manager of Creative has added to her staff of screen printers and ex- her line of sportswear and accessories. In addition to orders, Creative Enterprises is noted for its variety of logo t-shirts and sweats and clothing with staff and loges. Sammamish Service Center on East Lake Sammamish has another new tenant. Lakeside Video and Tan a wide variety of VHS videos for the entire family. It has two tanning beds by Wolff and Suntanna Sun and a juice bar for the thirsty after a relaxing snooze the "sun." There is a children's play area for kids whose are either selecting a movie or tanning. Owners are and Jeremy Adler. In the same location, Belinda's parents, Maureen and Moore, operate Sheepskins, Etc. selling both sheepskin mohair products. Mike Neuffer has given his firm a permanent home at Station. Neuffer Development Co. recently relocated roan a trailer at the Summerhill neighborhood where the tilders were constructing single-family residences. Other developments in Issaquah include Hillcrest West and plats. Mike Neuffer moved his company here from and Montana where it was one of the largest builders homes, noted for its construction of solar homes. He says firm stressed quality with fresh ideas. lssaquah residents don't have to go to Europe to get athentic sausage and Smoked meats. Now it's available in the Kitchen at the Town and Country Safeway Store. g one of the northwest grocery industry's first full sausage and smoked meat departments, it features a of products made on the premises, including brat- slab bacon, Italian and Polish sausage, etc. Rockl, whose family operated a sausage business in ,e Germany, will manage the new department. He will ed by Shelly Elliott. 5298 Hawaii! ca, ' .Jkc,--.J= }ine World Tray evue: 455-4700 ," mend: 885-6500 I r ,,r'|] quah: 392-5644, '. ,,' J "i?'J IV 888-4400 1-800-621-1657 . ,.. .-.. Alpine World Travel Bellevue: 455-4700 Redmond: 885-6500 Issaquah: 392-5644, *Restrictions Apply/ Subject to change. --.-r :---/ Issaquah fire chief gives advice on woodstove safeTy If you've just stoked the woodstove and settled back into that warm cozy chair to read the paper, keep reading. This article's for you. You've heard about wood- stove safety before and you're about to hear it again, but Issaquah Fire Chief Tony Singleton says he hopes this time you're listening. Wood- stoves are the number one cause of house fires in this area, he says. That's because people either use or install them improperly or they get rid of the ashes in the wrong way. To begin with, Singleton says homeowners need a building permit to install a woodstove. The permit in- cludes an official inspection to make sure the work was done properly. If you put in a woodstove without a permit, Singleton says your insurance company could drag its feet in paying a claim in the event of a house fire. Once the stove is properly installed and inspected, take care of the chimney. Singleton says many homeowners try to save time and money by venting the stove through the existing masonry chimney and that's a mistake. "The heat generated from an air-tight stove is unbeliev- able," Singleton says. "Often we get a chimney fire because cracks in the mortar allow the heat to get to the wood frame." A professional should clean and inspect the chimney at least once a year. After the chimney has been cleaned and inspected, allow the stove to burn freely for at least 15 minutes daily, to cut down on the accumulation of deposits. Burn good, un- treated cut firewood instead of pitch-soaked or green woods. Singleton says many fires start because residents don't dispose of ashes properly. He says the best method is to fill a small galvanized metal pail about three-quarters full of ashes, then set it outside away from structures. Let the rain and snow dampen the ashes, then either throw them out or use them as compost. Fireplaces in apartments pose a special problem, ac- cording to Singleton. Already this year there has been one fire in an apart- ment's dumpster after residents threw out fireplace ashes. "l feel, first off, that apartment dwellers should be utilizing their fireplaces for aesthetic purposes, not heating purposes," Singleton says. "Those fireplaces are small and not designed for heating." Singleton recommends let- ting the ashes cool down for two or three days after a fire, then touching them to be sure they're no longer warm. Put the ashes in the small pail and let it set outside for a few days more. By then the ashes should be safe to place in the dumpster. " Singleto n says renters might also check with apartment managers to see if there's a garden nearby where the ashes could be taken for compost. Whether you live in an apartment or a house, Singleton says the best way to prevent fires is to use your common sense. Think about what you're doing before you do it, and maybe you'll never have to dial 911 for help. Maps of lssaquah are available at most service sta- tions and convenience stores or at the Tourist Information Center for 75 cents. 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