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Page 12 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, March 16, 1983 Police and fire Rapist arrested Convicted rapist Timothy Kelley, 34, who walked away from a Western State Hospital work release pro- gram, was arrested Tuesday afternoon, March 8, by Issa- quah police officer Keith Moon. The Issaquah police department was notified Monday by Snoqualmie Police Chief Bill Massey, that the red-haired, six-foot escapee was headed for lssa- quah. Moon checked the lssaquah Park and Ride lot Tuesday and apprehended the man who was waiting for a bus to Seattle. Kelley of- feted no resistance. Kelley was committed to Western State three years ago and was considered dangerous. He was convicted in 1980 of raping a woman near the Snoqualmie River. Guns stolen A resident of the 700 block of Third Ave. N.E. dis- covered three guns from his personal collection had been stolen from a trailer on his property March 8. The guns were taken between 6:30 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. that day. Jewelry missing A residence in the 400 block of Mr. Olympus Drive was broken into March 8 and a pearl necklace and gold ring were stolen. The burglar broke a window and took off with the valuables between 3 and 5 p.m. Night's lodging Two Oklahoma residents were in town March 10 visit- ing relatives who had no place to put them up for the night. So the couple drove their 1976 Dodge van to an empty housing lot at Forest Rim, the uppermost develop- ment on Squak Mountain. Issaquah police sergeant Dave Draveling discovered the occupied van on his regular patrol Thursday night. He awoke the couple and told them to look for a campground. False alarm Police received a call from a resident of Sunrise Place last week who feared he heard the sound of guns com- ing from deserted land near- by, known as the Sunrise Pit. Police rushed to the empty lot, only to discover the gun- shot sounds were coming from a pile driver behind Wildwood Apartments. Cleaned up King County District 10 firefighters helped a resident of West Lake Sammamish clean up debris from a fire in her home March 8. Befo firefighters arrived, Katherh Frun of 4171 West Lake Sammamish Drive got help from a neighbor after a kitchen cabinet in her con- dominium caught fire. The neighbor extinguished the flame, which started from a toaster. Damage was estimated at $2,000. Rollover Evette and Leanna Rice of 25832 S.E. 154th were un- injured Saturday night after their car rolled over in the area of 17425 Tiger Moun- tain Road. King County Fire District 10 medics arrived at the scene of the accident but neither woman needed care. Rotary not Bars vocational educc tion students Vocational students from the two district high schools were honored as students of the month for February by the Issaquah Rotary Club. Sharon King of Liberty High and Bob Graham and Beth Rogers of Issaquah High re- 'ceived recognition for their accomplishments and pro- mise in vocational programs. 15x7 White MoJock 41s99 King, daughter of Bill and Bonnie King, was designated for her accomplishments in business and office educa- tion. According to her ad- viser, Leslie Ewer, she is the first student from Liberty to receive three certificates of proficiency -- accounting, clerical and secretarial from the business depart- ment. She has spent a total of 1200 hoqrs in business classes and serves as a teacher assis- tant. A senior at Liberty, she is secretary of the Signet Ser- vice Club and president of her church youth group. She is also a member of the Pep Club and on the staff of the school yearbook. She plans to attend Renton Vocational Technical Institute next year preparing for a career as a legal secretary. Graham, son of Bill and Martha Graham, was nomi- nated for his work in the preschool program at IHS which is a part of the home and family living depart- ment. A senior, he plans to attend Central Washington University and after two years transfer to the Univer- sity of Puget Sound to prepare for a career in medicine of physical therapy. OUR PREMIUM TIRE SERVICE POLICY Gives you free value stems, mounting, balancing, rotation and even flat repair for the life of your tires with the pur- chase of any BIG O passenger tire. Brake repair Special =9950 Includes new lining on all 4 wheels, drums turned, Check all cylinders, replace front front wheel bearings, replace front grease seals, bleed system end fill with new brake fluid. 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He has been on the school swim team for four years, is a member of Honor Society Beth Rogers and the darkroom editor of the yearbook. Rogers, daughter of Donald and Janet Rogers, Jr. high leaders mee FOLLOWING LOCATIONS... elesaquah eKenmore 1871 N.W. Gilman Blvd. eBurJe n 17562 68th Ave. N.E. 236 S.W. 152nd *Federal Way eWoodJnvllle 32945 Pacific Hwy. S. 17705 130th N .E. eBremerton eJuanlta 4173 Wheaten Way 9755 Juanita Dr. 2521 6th Street Bellevue eRenton -136th PI. N.E. 343 Union Ave. N.E. F CUT-UP FRYERS FRESH WASHINGTON GROWN Tkdfll Peek: I itreeetqller'lore, 2 Lqqeerten, 2 leeklleek Ib, Pleoem, 2 Wiqe, Ilklett IIII I i T-BONE STEAK USDA $ OHOIOE BEEF lb. ...... II III III III lie I I II IIIII I I I II III iiiiiii * Top Sirloin STEAK n Boneless $ USDA Qhoioe Beef Ib, CORNED .i FREEZER BEEF SALE USDA Choice, Free Cutting & Wrapping SIDES " Fr'""erlb I 1 Hindquarter) 300 to 350 Ibs, i| .u i: u __ el 160 to 1 g6 lb. fllNOQUARTERS .................... 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She is a Gayle Nelson, former ac- Weisser, Andrea member of the swim team, tivities director at Issaquah Travis Fix, Kyle the foreign excffange club High, gave the keynote ad- Julie Martin Danl and the National Honor dress. Nilsonis now activities son, Toni Society. Frazier compli- director at Mercer Island Coder, Tracy rnentedherashard-working, High. Student body Leyritz and caring, eager to learn, and presidents at Issaquah and strong. dependable. Liberty high schools also Students from Each month the local spoke, were April Frey, Rotary Club honors students Students participating Priest, Laura from each of the high schools from Issaquah Junior High Field, Piper for accomplishments in a were Mike Bean, Trina Salem, Terri Lyn special field. March students Setzer, Renee Chomentow- Robert Hansen, will be recognized in the field ski, Holly Shellhas, Julie Peter Boyak, of drama. Wilson, Jane Davis, Teri and Steve Randall. J PRHIRIE M00IRXET Hygrode Chub BRAU NSCHWEIGER.. 1.lb. Pkg. 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