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June 22, 1983     The Issaquah Press
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t'age 6 - Ine lssaquan lress, We0nesday, June 22, 183 i i Merchants solicited for of Seattle area radio and TV Police and fire p h tion and asking for help in ony fund raiser warning the public. The Issaquah Fire Chief Tony Singleton got a call last Tues- day from an area merchant who said he had been asked, over the phone, to subscribe to a magazine called "Fire- fighter." The merchant was told by the caller that pro- ceeds from magazine sub- scriptions were going into a fund for a new aid car. Singleton told the merchants that, no, there was not a fund for an aid car, or for any- thing else. Singleton got several more phone calls, each relating similar experiences. Ellen Barough, of Original Ellen's had pledged ninety dollars for the fund. A private in- dividual in Seattle had given fifteen. And all to a non-exis- tent fund. Smelling fraud, Singleton got on the phone to a number radio stations put the item in their news briefs and Chan- nel 4's news team put to- gether a clip for the 5 o'clock news. The Attorney General of- rice was called and said Fri- day that they had a suspect, but would not release the name. In any event, mer- chants are warned that calls soliciting magazines about firemen may not be on the up and up. Party night On the evening of June 11, police followed up a noise complaint from a party at the end of Clark Street and ar- rested a man for supplying alcohol to minors. The man was taken to the station but passed out before officers could complete his booking. COME TO MARK-IT FOODS AND -, LET US GET FRESH WITH YOU With Fresh Meat, Fresh Bakery and Now Featuring Farm Fresh Produce at its Best SHOP THIS AD AND SAVE s13.90 STORE HOURS: M-W 9-7,Th-Fr 9-8, Sat. 9.7, Sun. 10-6 MUSHROOMS Red Leaf, Green Leaf, Romaine Snow White ButtOn LETTUCE 01.39 3 °° WHITE ROSE and RED POTATOES SAVE $1.10 a lb. PEAS Crisp Farm Fresh Great for Potato Salad 4+.001 49=,,, SAVE 26 = each RADISHES- AVOCADOES G REEN ONIONS Salad size.pc A salad must Ready to use 4'':r =l.°° 4"c" +=r 1'00 Save 14 • lb. Save 20 = a lb. SAVE 8 © each SAVE 14' each FRESH BAKERY- PUGET SOUND BAKING FREE ou, mous 1 DOZEN COOKIES FARM FRENCH BREAD with the purchase 41 A -- of 2 dozen at qrl r HmII I regular price r,., + i loaves  TOWN COUN -s" USOAC"--'.o,c"' FRYERS ,---  t- SIRLOIN TiP ROAST ,58= + i0000=1.8800 t ,b. Southern Grown SAVE 21' lb. Boneless SAVE $1.10 a lb. LOIN I -67', t;;ff;;u;"" Steaks - Chops I I =8 ,f48 1 ,2 98 • ib. l ,b. • lb. 12-14 lb. average II Self-Basting I Save20, lb. SA VE 59" lb. SAVE.=  SAVE Sl.2S lb. Cut freoml 17/hl loin I e, u= ,, ,, ,k PENNY SMART GRANDMA'S OLD BATH TISSUE FASHIONED ICE CREAM 1" =1.61 4-400 SAVE 18 °. gallon SAVE 960 BLUE BONNET TILLAM00K MEDIUM MARGARINE CHEDDAR LOAF CHEESE lib. Western Family SOUTHERN HASH SAVE 280 =3 78 • i SAVE $1.36 Western Family SHOESTRING Bumble Bee CHUNK LIGHT TUNA HARTZ 2 In 1 FLEA COLLAR BROWNS POTATOES 39 ° 39 o 68 ° '1.96 32 oz. v: . SAVE 49 = SAVE 33' OII & Water SAVE $1.53 allllllllllllllllllllllllll COUPON SPECIALS qlllillllllllllllllllllllllllB BEATRICE i Western Family Grade : PEANUTS IN THE SHELL ,.t AA EGGS %E -" Salted and Unsalted Limit  *  Am A -- FRESH : ++.+ 69=. one ++e. per 4.J, :t .il A dozen : coupon  1 liJi Limit one : 1; ach  =='w per coupon : Cash value'l/20 of I cent. Expires 6-28-83. Cash value 1/20 of 1 cent. Expires 6-28-83. Prices effective through 6-22 through 6-28-83 We reserve the right to limit 625 NW Gilman Blvd Broken leg Carl Kuykendall, 50, and two others were out chopping firewood on June 14 when a tree fell and rolled, sriking Carl and breaking his leg. Buses attacked On June 15, Issaquah school buses driving down Mountainside Drive were reportedly bombarded with eggs and firecrackers. When police arrived, however, no one was found. Shot with a BB As Howard McQuade was driving on Southeast An- drews June 15, a BB shot came through his left win- dow, striking him on the finger. Investigating officers that a youth had been shooting a BB gun in his backyard and determined, after confis- cating the weapon, that Mc- Quade had been injured by a ricochet. Bicyclist hit Issaquah fireflghters lift Doug Hlmes onto a stretcher after he collided with a car at Front and Gilman last Frl broke his leg in two places and was taken to Overlake Hospital for treatment. He is recovering at home. Photo by Berto. Jarvis rated in middle oF judges Pampk,le,t a ailable Judge Peter Jarvis of the King County District Court in Issaquah has been given an "average" rating in a survey report published by the Seat- tle-King County Bar Associa- tion, Young Lawyers Sec- tion. The 1983 Judicial Perfor- mance Survey was conducted by the Judicial Evaluation Committee. The results of the survey were based on the judges' understanding of legal issues, their ability to resolve legal issues, decision quality, conduct of court proceedings, diligence and impartiality. A total of 951 lawyers par- ticipated in the survey; 77 of these answered questions on Peter Jarvis Jarvis. The average lawyer who rated a judge had ap- peared before the judge an average of 14 times in the last two years. Jarvis ranked 15th out of 29 judges evaluated in overall performance. He was consistently near or above the mid-point of scores on legal understanding, issue resolution, decision quality and court conduct. He was slightly below the mid-point on diligence and impartiality. The stated purpose of the project was to provide mean- ingful feedback to the judges from lawyers who regularly appear before them, and to give the public some infor- mation about the judges they elect. on chiicl ab= ,se The Washington State Medical Association and the Department of Social and Health Services have publish- ed "Child Abuse Guidelines for Physicians and Other Health Providers," a pam- phlet outlining noticeable symptoms and possible methods of identifying child abuse and neglect and the legal requirements for report- ing suspected cases. The pamphlet will be dis- tributed to member physicians of the State Medical Association, plus allied medical professionals, hospital emergency rooms, agencies, and throughout th in child abuse or neglect vention, detection, educational activities. 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