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Page 14 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, May 4, 1983 Police and fire Axident Mike McCoy, 23, of 230 N.E. Juniper Street was chopping wood last week when his ax got caught in a clothes line above his head. The ax came loose and hit him in the face, cutting a five-inch gash in his temple. He was treated by lssaquah fire fighters and taken to Overlake Hospital. Lost passenger Gale Dahm, of 421 Front Street fell off the back of a motorcycle as she was riding along Front Street on April 26. lssaquah fire fighters checked her for neck injuries after she complained of back and hip pain. She was taken to Overlake Hospital for treatment. Ransacked garden Issaquah police in- vestigated a call Thursday night from a woman on Capella Drive who claimed she saw someone carrying an armload of unidentifiable items to a blue pick up truck. When police walked around the area, they dis- covered a large tulip garden had been ransacked. Barroom brawl A scuffle broke out at the H&H Tavern on Thursday, April 28, and police were i called in to break it up. John Hoffman of 394 Cedar Grove Road and Gary Den- nis of 2244 Newport Way were stopped when police ar- rived. Dennis was treated by lssa- quah fire fighters for a head wound and taken to Overlake Hospital for stitches. Both men were cited for disorderly conduct. Shoplifter A teenage shoplifter was picked up by police on Wed- nesday, April 28 at Sassy's in Gilman Village. The youth tried to take off with $45 worth of merchandise. She was released to her parents. Free gas A school bus from Daven- port School District pulled into Bill's Chevron Station on 25 N.W. Gilman Blvd. and drove off with 19 gallons of gas without paying. Issa- quah police caught up with the bus and escorted it back to the station to pay. Mean dogs Dogs at Gibson Park Sun- day afternoon, May 1, sent kids climbing trees to safety. According to a bystander who called police, the dogs were chasing and nipping the children. Police called King County Animal Control and Professional Directory CHIROPRACTORS Dr. Carolyn Bober-Emery Is'aaquah Family Chiropractic Center 6424 E Lake Sammarnish Pkwy. SE 392-9490 Fitzpatrick Chiropractic Clinic 185 E Sunset Way msaquah 392-5321 COUNSELORS Eastside Community Mental Health Ctr. 1609 116th N E , Bellevue, 455.HELP Thursday m Issaquah at Corn rnumty Baphst Church, 205 MI Park Blvd S W Sprague • Magnuson Individual, famdy, group therapy 58 Front St N.,392-4740 FINANCIAL PLANNING Wm L. Notaro & Company 545 Rainier Blvd., North Suite 19 Issaquah, 392-9152 INSURANCE AGENTS Scott Earney Agency 1595NW GilmanBIvd,392-9111 Grange Insurance.Shields Agency Grange Mercantile Building 485 Front St N.,Issaquah Located Upstairs...392-4288 OPTICIANS 20120 Optical Rx eyewear, contact lenses, accessories 45 Front Street North IssaqtJah 392-0202 OPTOMETRISTS Walter Cessidy, O.D. Contact lenses, family practice 1505 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah 392-8756 Mark Cohn, O.D. Contact lenses, family practice 85 N.W. Alder Issaquah 392-5381 Theodore S. Kadet, O.D. Family practice; wsual traimng 85 NW. Alder 392-538t PHARMACISTS Issaquah Rexall Drug Full prescription service 30 Front St S Issaquah 392-6430 PHYSICAL THERAPISTS Issaquah Physical Therapy Clinic Gary Hope, R.P,T. 1045 12th Ave NW., Suite F-10 Issaquah 392-0827 VETERINARIANS All Critters Animal Hospital Jerry Bishop, D.V.M. 1045-12th N.W., Suite F-3 392-7387 Alpine Animal Hospital Chuck Watson, D.V.M. Practice hmlled to small atillilLtl'.:, 2180Q S E 56th St , 392.6456 Issaquah Veterinary Hospital Bruce R Betbaum, DV M Small creatures, cats. (Jogs, sheep, goats 795 tstAve NW,392-6211 take Sammamish Veterinary Hospital Dt [)avu t4ddreth [ argo dt)(J Sf111]l[ arlunals 2300 Newport Way 392 5 t 95 The blaze you might have seen at 12th and Newport Saturday morning was nothing to get hot about. Issaquah Fire Department volunteers burned down a ramshackle old house Just to keep in practice. Next month, flrefighters will torch the old Cascadian Motel on Gilman Boulevard. Photo by Dabble Brusius. Fiesty Della dies at 104 Della Marcum, the Ken- tucky pioneer woman who could ride, shoot and drive a muleteam as well as any man and who outlived her hus- band by 57 years, died April 19 in her Issaquah home at the age of 104. She was born'on July 2, 1878 in Leslie County, Ken- tucky, the daughter of Jim- mie and Susan North Roberts. She was the oldest of six children. She married John Marcum in 1900 and worked in the fields along- side "Big John" on the fami- ly farm at the mouth of Elk Creek on the Red Bird River. Her husband died in May, 1926, and Della never remar- ried. She was a midwife and general healer in Kentucky, where she brought more than 100 children into the world, including some of her own grandchildren and great grandchildren. Della moved to Washing- ton in 1977 to be near her family. At age 95, she was hospitalized for the first time and during her stay, the doc- tor asked if he was invited to her 100th birthday party. She said, "Yes, if you're living then." He wasn't. At 100, she fell and broke her hip, but recovered nicely. At 102, she broke her pelvis after another fall, but was on her feet again a later. Her only patently, was a corn she refused to give u "It's I'm telling you without my old said. "You might asV me away as take away." She is survived daughter Laura Issaquah, foul children, tO great children and I l grandchildren. vices were held Washington M € Funeral Home. buried at WaSll Memorial Gardens in the dogs were taken away. Burglary A residence on S.W. Forest Drive was broken into Friday, April 30, and over $1,000 in jewelry and silver were taken. Police are in- vestigating. Too many rhodies An employee of Safeway called police after a woman paid for two rhododendron bushes and walked away with six. Police caught up with the shopper and the trees were returned. Bike accident Issaquah fire fighters treated Ed Hoary, 59, of 25251 S.E. Mirrormont Way. After he fell from his bicycle. Hoary suffered an injured back and was treated at lssa- quah Medical Center. Junior high talent show one night only Due to conflicting events, the lssaquah Junior High Talent Show will be held one night only. The event will be at the school gym on Thurs- day, May 5 at 7:30 p.m. A variety of acts, including vocalists, dancers and an air guitar band, will be featured. Some faculty members will be performing, as well as several surprise guest stars. Tickets will be $2 for adults and $1 for children and students. Tickets may be purchased in advance or at the event. Proceeds will be used by the PTSA to help purchase computers for use by the student body. IHS parent group meets The Issaquah High Parent Advisory Group is eager to have all interested parents join them at a meeting Wed- nesday, May 11, at 10 a.m. in room B-2 at the high school to discuss concerns and ideas for school improvement. The group wants to plan for future high school stu- dents as well as support those at the high school now, so parents of junior high stu- dents are also welcome. For more information, call Sharon Arwine at 392-8550. II ISSAQUAH GALLERY DIRECT KODAK PROCESSING PICK-UP ALSO CX o omsw .oGw, • FILM • PHOTO SUPPLIES • ART SUPPLIES 392-4247 49 FRONT ST. N, I&IkQUAN, WA 98027 III AVAILABLE ONLY ATTHE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS... • Issaquah • Kenmore 1871 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 17562 68th Ave. N.E. • Skyway Family Market • Federal Way 12600 Renton Ave. S. 32945 Pacific Hwy. S. * Bellevue 2208-136th PI. 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