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«mold: The victim left a debit card in the ATM at an Island bank April It). Two minutes later. the subjects used the card. collecting $200 from the victim‘s account. Burglary , A construction trailer at the high School was burglarized sometime be- tween April l7-l9. Computer equip— ment and a camera totaling $2.700 were taken. shipping and parking din-M li-l‘li Full page... ....... ...... .............. .. page (horizontal or vertical) ....... .. Quarter page ............ ............. .. If you are on contract or non-profit, rates will be lower. DIRECTIMPRTERS here is no other purchase you can make that enhances the beauty of your home like an authentic handmade Oriental rug. And there is no finer collection than the Oriental Rug Gallery in Old Bellevue. Our entire selection of handmade Oriental Rugs is imported from India, Pakistan, China, Turkey and Afghanistan in a variety of sizes, colors styles. Superb selection at low overhead direct import prices. Compare Before You Buy! AVailable for home or office: - Trials before you buy - Rug Appraisals - Restorations 0 Cleaning 0 Free Delivery. HENRY M. JACKSON SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON advance of the event. 5343—6450(voic‘e Theft The suspect pumped SI 1 worth of gasoline at an Island gas station April l9 and left without paying. - The suspect exited an Island gro- cery store with a six—pack of beer. cans of cat food and a doll April l8. The victim left camera equipment to- taling $2.700 at First Hill Park April l7. Upon returning to the park. the vic- tim discovered the equipment was miss- mg. 10202 Main Street 0 Old Bellevue - 454-2114 presents The Samuel 8C Althea Stroum Lectures in Jewish. Studies IVAN MARCUS Frederick P. Rose Professor of Jewish History, Yale University “Jewish Rites: A History of the Life Cycle” Monday, April 27: “Birth, School, Bar Mitzvah,” 8 pm. HUB Auditorium Wednesday, April 29: “Courtship, Marriage, Parenting” 8 pm. Kane 220 V V m MondayiMay “Aging, Dying, Remembering” 8 pm. Kane 220 Admission is free For more information call (206) 543-4243 To request disability accommodations contact the Office of the ADA Coordinator at least 10 days in FAX); access@u.washington.edu (e-mail) ) ); 654—3885 ( ; 543%452 (TDD The complainant reported his boat stolen from his brother‘s yard. on the 9600 block of SE. 72nd Street. where it was kept. The incident occurred some- time between April l-l5. Malicious Mischief Someone egged the garage door of a residence April 19 on the 6500 block of 82nd Avenue SE. The victim reported one of her bed- room windows was damaged some— DOANI Fine Italian Cuisine 3.! IF YOU ADVERTISE ONLY ONCE ‘ THIS YEAR — THIS SHOULD BE IT! Advertise in the annual Island . Guide and receive a FREE listing on the locator map. The Island Guide is a valuable resource for Island residents who want to know current information about schools. churches and volunteer agencies, parks and recreation activities and events as well as services provided by the city. Distributed to all our subscriber PLUS additional copies for newcomers. Packages distributed tbrougbout the year by the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce, the City of Mercer Island, Realtors and apartments. l ............. ..$37200 ............ .j...186°° ................. ..93°° Add color for $50 extra. DEADLINE: Friday, May 8 PUBLISHESi Wednesday, May 27 To reserve your advertising space call Aidan Maher at 206-232-1215. REPORTER Mercer Island time between March I and April 3 while she was on vacation. The inci— dent occurred on the 8800 block of SE. 78th Street. DUI A vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation April l9 on l-90 westbound at the mid span. The driver was arrested for DUI. The driver refused a breath test and was later cited and released. Possession of marijuana The suspect was contacted in a ve- hicle April l8 on the 2300 block of West Mercer Way. The suspect was found to have a small amount of mar- ijuana. and was cited and released. Soliciting without permit The subject was selling magazine subscriptions without a city permit April l7 on the 3600 block of 73rd Avenue SE. The subject was arrested. cited and booked into King County Jail. TESTING $29 OSTEOPOROSIS PAYLEss-RITE AID DRUGSTORE 3023 78th SE - Mercer Island Wed. April 22 (10:00 AM -6:00 PM) NO APPOINTMENT OR REFERRAL REQUIRED A sole and painless bone density measurement accurately assesses the condition of your bones. The results are available immediately and are explained to you by a codified radiation technologist. A copy’ can also be sent to your 5 physician. Stop by for 0 quick osteoporosis rislc assessment and helpful tips to keep your ma Diagnostic Medical Services 1-888-879-9111 ‘1‘ he Design Commission meets at 7:30 pm. tonight. April 22 in the coun- cil chambers of City Hall. The agen- da includes a request by Island Crest Chiropractic services. and a study ses- sion on Mercer Island Thrift Shop ex- pansion. The School Board will host a Community Forum on the 1998-99 cum'culum and textbook preview from Katherine J O ' Dunla Katherine o ThOmpson Dunlap died at her home in Jackson, Wyo.. Monday. April 6. after a courageous three year battle with cancer. Mrs. Dunlap was bom Feb. 3. I950 in Seattle. She was a graduate of Mercer Island High School and later gradu- ated from the University of Washington. All women 45 years and older should consider ‘ having this test not healthy and strong. Enclume Cookware'Racks Gift wit/7 Purchase Strong, simple and functional. Enclume cookware racks are hand made in a variety of styles and finishes to add flare and organization to your kitchen. Made locally on the Olympic Penninsula. Drop shipping is available. Come in or call for details of our gift with purchase. KITCHEN/KITCHEN 138 Bellevue Square 425-451-9507 Wednesday. April 22, 1998 A5 7 to 9 pm. on Thursday. April 23 at Islander Middle School. There will be a School Board Meeting prior to the forum, at 6 pm. at [MS The agenda includes a pro- ject update of the high school. a con- tract with Far West Family Services to provide an employee effectiveness program for next year: and several routine items. where she was elected secretary of the student body in herjunior year and vice president her senior year. Mrs. Dunlap was a member of Chi Omega sorority. She was active at the Jackson Hole Christian Academy where she served as art teacher. She is survived by her husband of IS years. David Dunlap; a son. Carson Foster Dunlap. a daughter. Calee McCord Dunlap. all of Jackson. Wyo.: mother. Verna Thompson. Belfair. Wash.; father. Everett Thompson. Seattle; brother. Jeff Thompson. Jackson; sisters: Mrs. Larry (Trina) Matel. Boulder. Colo. and Carrilu Thompson. Manchester. Wash. and several uncles. aunts. nieces and nephews. Services were held in Jackson. Wyo. In lieu of flowers. the family re— quest donations to the Katie Dunlap Memorial Scholarship Fund at the Jackson State Bank. Box I788. Jackson. Wyo.. 8300i or'Hospicc of the Tetons. Box 428. Jackson. Wyo.. 8300i. For an additional obituary, see page A7. eczausswm for circulation services. With This Coupon Included in the price is our Salad Bar and a class at Cabernet or Chardonnay wine. , .. \ll \lllt‘l‘lt till Ki'slnumul t\' hunter." lllt' ][ ltellt‘ulc W4 ( all In: Rcscgations °i))-llll° 100 l lltlt '\\(‘. Nl' >\;llltl 7 days It \Vt‘t‘b Ollt‘r t‘\llll‘t‘\ .\pril 2% INS l‘inc Italian Cuisine .er Irv/cumin” )H‘H' (“Omissions Skilled nursing care... Reassuring comfort in a homelike setting At the new Health Center at Covenant Shores, spacious resident rooms open to attractive dining and day areas. Skylights and expansive patio windows brighten a cozy residential interior. 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