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  • Guide Child To Keep Him Charming

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D2 Dear Miss Manners: Our 14-year-old son is very bright and fairly polite. Children that age think they have the world completely figured out, but Sam is certain that he understands …

  • Healthy Future Could Depend On Behavior Now

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D2 Dear Ann Landers: This letter is for your younger readers. I hope they will see how a casual attitude about sex can scar them for life. I am a 34-year-old …

  • Security Lights Help Deter Auto Theft, Burglaries

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D3 Do security lights deter crime or just displace it to other neighborhoods? Both, police say. Adequate lighting helps prevent auto thefts and burglaries, and increases people’s sense of security, says …

  • Keep Piano In Perfect Pitch

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D3 Before you hire someone to tune your piano, know this: Piano tuners aren’t called “tuners” anymore. They are piano technicians. Members of the Piano Technicians Guild advertise their affiliation in …

  • Share Your Roommate Stories With Us

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D3 Everyone knows that living with a roommate helps both parties save money. But there’s more to living with someone than saving cash - sometimes it’s not as easy as it …

  • Trivia

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D4 Q. Does running in the rain get you wetter than walking in the rain? A. No, what counts is how long you’re in it, not how fast you’re in it. …

  • ‘Boy Meets World’ Shows Hint Of Maturing

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D4 “Boy Meets World” (at 8:30) is a coming-of-age sitcom that has taken a long time to come into its own. The ABC series starts its fifth season tonight with Cory …

  • New Children’s Videos Offer Scaring And Caring

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D4 Like the town in Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” kid-vid shelves at video stores currently resemble an unholy blend of Halloween and Christmas. Cassette distributors are pushing both horror …

  • Reunions

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D5 School Eastern Washington University Classes of the 1950s, 1962, and 1972 Oct. 24-25; contact Clarice Brukhart, 534-4559. Issaquah High School Oct. 24-25; contact Leonard Doty, (425) 392-1330, or Jane Shimanek, …

  • Obituaries

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D5 Maxine Meeks Spokane Vigil service for Maxine F. Meeks, 74, will be at 7 p.m. today at Hennessey Smith Funeral Home. Funeral Mass will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at …

  • Kmc Picks Coleen Watkins As Employee Of Month

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D5 Coleen Watkins, an occupational therapist and eight-year Kootenai Medical Center veteran, has been chosen as the KMC September Employee of the Month. Watkins was honored for providing high quality patient …

  • Births

    Oct. 3, 1997 in Features on Page D5 Deaconess Erin Nicole Cavanaugh Scott To Kelly Nolen and Jon Scott of Spokane. She weighed 5 lb. 3 oz. and was 19-1/2 inches long (Sept. 18). Sacred Heart Nikita Aleksandrovich …