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June 15, 1983

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Page 12 -The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 15, 1983 Police and fire Car crash Three persons were injured June 6 when a car failed to yield at an intersection at Cemetary Road and 138th. Jerry and Carolyn Lefnes collided with Bonnie Hagey. All three suffered minor in- juries to the head and neck. Bomb threat Police and fire officials re- sponded to a bomb threat June 8 at Issaquah High School. A search was made after the building had been evacuated, but nothing was found. Hard landing On June 8, parachutist Cheryl Tyler of Seattle was caught in crosswinds and crashed on a soccer field near the Issaquah Skyport, suffer- ing a broken pelvis. Tyler, a seven-time jump- er, is recovering at home. Casting stones Three boys were seen throwing rocks at the Issa- quah High School June 9 by vice principal Margret Davis, who apprehended two of them and later informed police that she would handle it. The third rock thrower managed to get away and did not return to school that day. Kid hit by pickup Ten-year-old Stephanie Tanner was struck by a pickup truck as she stepped off a Metro bus at Lake Sam- mamish State Park June I I. She injured her arm slight- ly. Wanted: chili cookers Hot and heavy chili Cooks include Am Fam cooking competition is the name of the game at the third annual lssaquah chili cookoff to be held July 4th on lssaquah's Memorial Field. The event is sponsored by The lssa- quah Press with proceeds to benefit lssaquah Cele- brations Commission. This year's contest is sanctioned by the Chili Appreciation Society International. Nine no- bean chili cooks have already signed up to deter- mine who will be the 1983 lssaquah chili champion. Foe Chili Team, (former 1980 state champions), Chili Pepper Pots, Tarantula Jack, (who won last year in the no-bean division), Go-Fers, Saner Dickey, Bob Broughton, Kathy Ebsary, and Debbie Berto, who won last year in the with-beans division. Those interested in competing should contact The Press at 45 Front St. S. or call 392-6434. There is a $10 entry fee. There will be trophies for first, second and third as well as a trophy for showman- ship. I ISSAQUAH RECYCLING CENTER Operated by C.E.I Open Mon..Frl. 12 noon - 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 to 2. Next to ,, Foothills Restaurant REWARD for information leading to the recovery of brief- case with important papers taken from 1981 blue Monte Carlo on June 13 at St, Regis baseball field. 872-0244 Pets in Style Evelyn Coffing's GROOMING & BATHING with T.L.C. All Breeds Dogs & Cats Personalized Service No Tranquilizers 1295 N.W. MALL Suite 3, Issaquah 1 block south of McDonald's off 12th Ave. N.W. behind the District Court Bldg. Phone for appointment 392-6405 # Valedictorians honored Several of Issaquah High's valedictorians were featured on KIRO TV's "Best of the Class of '83" program, which will be featured through June 24. Pictured are Tom Edgar, Paul Pietromonaco, Anne Flanagan, Karl Meyer, Carol Bronsdon and Nick Collier. DIET FACTS & FALLACIES BY Kathy Ebsary HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE May is National Blood Pressure month. Having your blood pressure checked is a painless, yet informative way to help you understand what is going on inside your body. It measures the pressure exerted by the blood upon the walls of the arteries and veins. Your blood pressure is affected by what you are thinking, what you are doing, by stress, obesity, high-salt (sodium)intake, etc. It is therefore important for you to know within what range your blood pressure usually falls. Blood pressure above your normal range for extended periods of time can be dangerous. Frequent blood pressure checks can be helpful, an d perhaps you may want to learn to monitor it yourself. Excess weight is a major contributing factor in high blood pressure. Kathy Ebsary can provide you with assistance in planning a program for good health and Iroper weight control. @IAT THE LOsI/ GROUND FRESH TURKEYS Aome, Brade i, Youn|, Hen, 10 to 13 Ibs. BONELESS SMOKED $ HAM Full Oooked, 6 to 7 IbB. Water Added, Whole lb. SIRLOIN TiP S ROAST Boneless USBA Chelae Beef Ib, Fresh water swimming could mean itchy skin this s Cases of swimmer's itch When the victim emerges ing out of have been reported to the from the water, the Although the King County Health Depart- organisms begin burrowing a shower, the ment from Lake Wilderness into the skin probably method is to and Lake Meridian this year. because of the drying of the entire body The problem can be water on the skin that occurs cludingareas associated with swimming in through evaporation. Under suit. any fresh wa'er lake and is the skin they die, causing an No specific not limited to the lakes men- allergic reaction with itchy available, but tioned, rash that gets steadily worse one may Swimmer's itch is caused for 2-3 days and gradually to obtain a] by a small free-swimming subsides. Although irritating, medication at parasite whose hosts include swimmer's itch is usually not discretion. water fowl and snails. The dangerous and cannot be organism does not normally transferred from one person Swimmer's affect human beings; toanother, spread however, it may be in the mer and manY: water migrating between the Swimmer's itch can be pre- County snails and water fowl when vented if proper action is to have 'the victim goes swimming, taken immediatelyaftercom- befor, CALL FORA FREE CONSULTATION M-F 7 to 1,3:30 to 5:30, Sat. 8 to 10 a.m. 1105 12th N.W. Issaquah 392-9559 PRIlRIE MHRI00ET ,00,, PORK LINK SAUSAGE Old Faithful Skinless 8 oz. TASTY DOG FRANKS SA.S 68 Chicken 1 lb. 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