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West Seattle Herald/White Center News Wednesday, November 5, 1997 | | BUSINESS BRIEFS Village to open where operated store will and country- wholesale There'll be Low of Wholesale years. Harbor Monday to 5 p.m. Ave. & Exhibi- ~d Asian pot- a year. and her took occupied ,'re sell- from chairs, as well as r items. p.m. Mon- Califor- on Cali- floor of locat- S.W., on Oct. an effort to of three Seattle, Chil- West door ; clinic, will location in I Starts Day br 11.14 4 pm public Variety of and at prices 100% Separates - atshirts, leggings ~kOre. At our floor in Square. make the to wear." 80 South :w% The White Center Chamber of Commerce is raising funds by sell- ing the Entertainment Book. Each book contains hundreds of two-for-one discounts for fine din- ing, family dinners, fast food, movies, sports, special attractions and hotels. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will help fund the Chamber office. For more information, contact Vanesa at the White Center Cham- ber of Commerce, 1327 S.W. 102nd St. Stop by 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Thursday, or call 763-4196. ERA Bianehi-Zaar has been honored by ERA Real Estate with a Jerry Award for its 1996 fund-rais- ing efforts for the Muscular Dystro- phy Association (MDA). The award was presented to-the Junction-based agency during the 1997 ERA International Business Conference in Orlando, Fla. The award honors ERA companies that. have raised more than $10,000 for MDA during the previous year. Liquor license notices The Washington State Liquor Control Board reports: Approval of a class H license to sell spirits, beer and wine for on- premises consumption for Julita Camarillo Cabanas of the Hide- away Restaurant and Lounge, 9635 16th Ave. S.W. Approval of a class E license for off-premises consumption of beer and a restricted class F license to sell wine (but no fortified wine with an alcohol content of 14 percent or more) for off-premises consumption for Young Dae Kim and Soon Hee Kim at South Seattle Market, 6352 35th Ave. S.W. K.C. America, Inc. and Cheong Sill Kang applied for a Class EF liquor license to sell beer and wine for off-premises consumption from the Lincoln Park Friendly Food Mart, 7427 Fauntleroy Way S.W. Application for a Class B liquoC license to sell beer for consumption on the premises; a Class C license to sell wine for consumption on the premises; a Class E license to sell beer for consumption off premises and a Class F license to sell wine to be consumed off premises. The applicants are Keal Corp., Keith P. Reeves, Daniel T. Haag and Alice C. Reeves of the Fire Dog Inn, 11069 16th Ave. S.W. Do you have a comment about the expansion of Terminal 5? Call the Port of Seattle's Southwest Harbor Project Hotline. 728-3361 American Heart Associationd Fighting Heart Disease and Stroke AMERICAN HEART ~IATION MEMORIALS & TRIBUTES 1-800-AHA-USA1 This space provided as a public service. @1994, American Heart Association CONTINUED FROM PAGE IO liness of streets that divide the ; 'public realm and+ private space,, he said. Corners with buildings on them help define places like the Junc- tion and Fremont, and that's where people tend to congregate in a city, Doherty explained. He contrasted such urban sites with places like Tukwila and Lyn- nwood. "Those are big, amorphous lands of endless parking lots and buildings here and there," Doherty said. "There are certainly activi- ties there, but there's not a great sense of place." TO MAKE way for the new A new Liquor Store is sched- uled to open at Morgan Junction in a fewrnonths, said Kathy Brat- ton, an administrative assistant at the Washington State LiquOr Con- trol Board in Olympia. A lease was recently signed for space at 6527 California Ave. S.W., where Marian's Interiors used to be. The new Liquor Store will be 15 to 20 percent smaller than the old one, Bratton said. It's sched- uled to open near the end of December, she said. . gram SENIOR SERVICES $2.25 su ,gesh d donation for ....... seniors age 60 and up Serving Monday through Friday Lunch served at 12.00 noon Highland Park Churchof thecloverdale)Nazarene 8600 - 9th S.W. (9th Our Lady of Guadalupe School , Kctrl in the . Wdwming to non-Catholics aough 8thgrade 3oya s t eaad.un aon with stwng parent hnokemoa . Strong basic skills and tn'gh order thinking skills dtan High test scores Rich in adttanl dizersity Extended @e ram 3401 S.W. Myrtle Street 935-0651 Join Us For Our ANNUALHOLIDAY SUNDAY [ OPEN HOUSE NOVEMBER 9TH I AND From I FUND RAISER IO:OOAM to ] Keeping With Old Buildi_n_g Traditwns New Traditions - we willbe serving coffee, cider, & &rndnadf treats !/ . there will& in store// - there willbe Angel Card Drawings - Ford Beginning this year, our annffaI Ho[iday open House will become a Funil Raiser for ' lickman House". Located here in West Seattle, ickman House offers '~ransitionM housinff' for a&sed women and chikFren. 5% of a[[ proceeds fi_om this open House wi[[ gb directly to Hickntan House. We bi[[ also have a collection bas@t available wiff be with us throu, qhout this holiday season for all day, custara-d~ng a~nations of personal items her nJonderfuljtm~ry !t for women. [ 4507; cl Pi 1 [ 3 Blocks SE of Fauntleroy feral dock ]