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September 14, 1983

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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, September 14, 1983 - Page 3 ca .s are tipped against more fish Police & fire Y daughter is an animal !r, Which is hardly sur- in h as she takes after me. ItPrefer pets in small l)es. She wants one (at (} J every species known la. He ever, she is will- t( settle for a tropical ' Parakeet, a hamster, a [I ' ; tere I this is leading?) rs i, cat, Pepper, indicates rest in the acquisition e Smaller species, but *it arked lack of en- snz for another cat, a 0re h se. Sters and guinea pigs ly may have to do with- Is y husband has IlL'led to disembowel us 31 rl.ng any more furry ts Into the house. I POse I should consider f lu :y she doesn't tq Start off with a train- an end up with a pet t t, t at there are some vltages I'd be just as or her to forego. rone. You see, we us- . ave several. We spent ur a tank, $32 for a kit ? heater, filter, air i'and thermometer, and Jr a hood and light. We ',un, Per s dE J '0u like children and ti,.few hours to spare, e to talk with you. !re an exciting pro- In.Which we are help- tllcapped children ex- i-love and laughter rntng their ARC's, rays to move their h and communicate ers. Norma Starks purchased gravel for $5, as- sorted decorations for $15, food for $2, and of course, various fish ($20). They all died. We purchased more fish (only $17 this time. We were getting cautious). They died. After a period of a few months, I came to the con- clusion that fish will die: 1. If the water is too hot. 2. If the water is too cold. 3. If the water is too dirty. 4. If the water is too clean. 5. If they are fed too much. 6. If they fed too little. 7. If it is too light. 8. If it is too dark. 9. If it is too crowded. 10. If they are lonely. The fish will die if they are bored, and have nothing else to do. They will die simply to spite their owners who have just plunked down $115 for the dubious pleasure of own- ing them ! Oh, we tried. We scrubbed their tank, because the cat- fish had better things to do. We sang to them to entertain them. We sacrificed a virgin (fish) to them to appease them. It was all in vain. So have my warnings been in vain, as Cindy is now the proud possessor of a large bowl, complete with gravel, and is saving up for the main event. It wouldn't be so dreadful if she didn't insist on naming them. It's one thing to report that goldfish number one is dead, and number two is ailing; and quite another to explain that George has departed this world, and Myrtle is not far behind. Copyright 1983 by Norma Starks LI G HT L.U_UNCH LIG_H_T I.UNCH e_ LIGHT_ LUNCH L IG HT The Light Lunch 1/2 sandwich & a cup of soup i 1/2 sandwich & a salad ; yoo00c00o,c00 3.2s /! Original Ellen's/00 B r e a k f G:'?uan ! IDl'ngne:r2 "J :y0:a w e e k ]i i-Prgram's name is nty, and it's right here Iquah. We have a pro- !el staff to help you .0 be With the children. can help, please rt 392-2593. phone " LUNCH * LIGHT LUNCH LIGHTLUNCH LIGHT LUNCH 00Y,00LL & WlNO0W sit i LE WALLPAPE e KINNEY 20%otoff L WALLPAPERS BY UNN-EDWARDS..30-50% o,, i Jl;lm, , , Sept. 28-00t. 27 I 0000.tg_g&m o r WINDOW TEA TENTS '[[[ [ M,N,-m.,NDS ................. 30% off WOVEN WOODS ............ 30 off l' SOFTLIGHTSHADES ..... 30% oil VERTICAL BLINDS 35% off "" "7(' Be hTn5d Ra, d' eNr"; "a 'k s a:: :644 SEPTEMBER 17-18 Sat. 12:40 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 8:30 p.m. (Approx.) Sun. 10:45 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Arizona at WS[I Seattle Mariners at Chicago Michigan State at Notre Dame Seattle Mariners at Chicago 7-11 Sports Show Per'sports, turn to KFI Radio. Your'84 O. mpics Station. Man suffers broken leg at Salmon Hatchery A 60-year-old Bellevue man, Harold A. Hale, suf- fered a broken left knee Fri- day, in a freak accident at the lssaquah Salmon Hatchery. Hale had been standing near the large fish capture basin at the rear of the hat- chery, when a busload of in- coming tourists approached the area. "I figured I would move along and give someone else a chance," Hale recalls. His first step, however, was to plunge between a wooden walkway and a concrete basin wall, dropping his left leg some 20 inches to the floor of the basin. It was enough of a fall to break his left knee. He had just finished physical therapy on the same leg from another incident two years ago. A carpenter, he will be out of work for some time now. Heater burns a mattress and wall An overheated baseboard heater was the apparent cause of a small fire in the home of Katherine Steward, 255 1st Ave. N.W., early Monday morning. The fire was first reported at 6:56 a.m. Upon arrival, ci- ty crews found a burning mattress had been dragged outside by neighbors, and the inside wall above the heater had been damaged, but not severely. Holiday drivers The Labor Day weekend brought a trio of drunk driv- ing arrests in Issaquah. On Saturday, Susan J. Schwenker, 3417 228th Ave. S.E., was arrested by city po- lice. Earlier that morning, Eric C. Hosea, 15245 260th S.E., was arrested near the Dari- gold plant on Front Street. Hosea had been cited in Bellevue some four hours earlier for negligent driving, city records show. On Sunday, at 2 p.m., Blair M. Douglas, 4316 N.E. llth, was arrested by city police near Alpine Hospital, on East Lake Sammamish Parkway, for driving while intoxicated. High speed chase Michael Lee Creighton, 35, of 22315 S.E. Newport, has been arrested by Issa- quah police and charged with felony flight following a high speed chase through the streets of town Friday even- ing. Police officers Steve Posey and Dave Vollmer arrested Creighton after chasing his 71 Chevy pickup at speeds up to 85 miles per hour. The chase began on Se- cond Ave. S.E., and con- tinued onto Front Street South, ranging onto he wrong side of the road. Finally, after some five or 10 minutes of chase, he sur- rendered on S.E. 104th and was arrested. According to police, Creighton refused a blood al- cohol test, and was booked on felony flight, driving while intoxicated, and driv- ing with a suspended license. He was booked into King County Jail. Japanese yen stolen from student Issaquah police have is- sued alerts to banks all over the area in the wake of a theft of Japanese currency from a foreign exchange student liv- ing in town. Two separate thefts, one of $180 in U.S. funds and a second of 61,000 Japanese yen ($242.48 U.S.) victimized Mieko Kumagai, 18, 10 Mountainaire Place. The thefts occurred over a three- day period of time, police say. Bus driver recovering A 56-year-old Edmonds man, Loran Anderson, was reported in fair condition in the critical care ward of Stevens Memorial Hospital Monday, after suffering an apparent heart attack at the wheel of a Greyhound bus in Issaquah. It is not known if Ander- son suffered the severe pains while actually driving the vehicle, but he was safely at the curb at his normal passenger pick-up station when city rescue crews answered the call. Runaway car A car left unattended but with its engine running, slip- ped into gear and went on a brief journey Tuesday. It was finally stopped with only minor damage done to sur- rounding property. The car was parked in front of 175 S.E. Andrews by Elizabeth Serena Larson, of 615 E. Sunset Way at 7:27 a.m. Tuesday. According to police records, the car crossed the street, smashed a pair of bushes on the Agnes Cole- man property, 160 S.E. And- rews, then knocked down an eight-foot fence section be- fore toppling a backyard grill and coming to rest in the backyard of William T. Do- herty, 80 Rainier Ave. S. Police say no one was in- jured, and only minor damage occured. The car was not damaged at all. OPEN 9 AM to 9 PM DALLY 80 FRONT STREET SO. - ISSAQUAH BEEF 100'00 LEAN BONELESS PORK MEAT .) RIB STEAK GROUND BEEF CHUCK STEAK RIB CHOPS m. ebevf m. IleeWf t. Ileef m.evf FRESH PACIFIC OYSTERS ,oo, .................... .'1.$9 WESTERN FAMILY CHIPPED MEAT o 39 SHRIMP MEAT ............. ,, ................................. ..*S.48 MORRILL LUNCHMMT ALL VARIETIES, 160Z ..... EL'1'48 BONELESS BEEF STEW MMT ................. ..ti.$9 JENNIE-O TURKEY WIENERS ,o, .49 TYSON'S ROANG C, ICKEN!!!:vo  L89  SLICED BACON .............. '1.38 MILLER LITE COLD PACK ,,iio, $,09 HAMM'S . ll 7 LE JON CHAMPAGNE ,0 ....................... '3.39 HALF CASE ,,.,,o,,, ST. 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