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i Firefighters rolls over Randy Palmer, 8, and ayne Palmer, 5, received ainor injuries December 2, 0 a one-car reliever near ls- quah, according to Fire Ul, ict 10 officials. Candice Pfilmer, 32, of 1202 S.E. Issaquah-Renton 0acl, also received minor in- Iries in the incident which eurred near 17608 S.E. L281 [IWi, assault Richard Taylor, 45, of 119 E. Bear Lake Drive E., was arrested by Issa- ah police December 2 and larged with driving while toxicated and with simple ault. According to police Cords, Taylor was stopped ring a chase and subse- ent fight with Steven A. Stey, of 455 Sycamore One, in the early evening 10Urs Friday. Police say Tay- or refused to participate in a reathalyzer at the time of Re :. He was held in the city jail ntil booking could be ac- 'plished. Later he Was 'ele ed pending court ac- DWI Karl B. Nordin, 41, of 9303 240th S.E., Issaquah, was cited by Issaquah police for driving while intoxicated, at 12:29 a.m. Wednesday. Nordin was observed leaving a tavern, and stopped near the intersection of S.E. 96th and the Issaquah-Hobart Road. Later he blew a .23 breathalyzer test. A .10 reading constitutes evidence of intoxication. Darrel Jay Peters, of 2847 241st S.E., Issaquah, was cited by Issaquah police Tuesday, at 12:32 a.m., for driving while intoxicated. Bonnie Lyons, 50, of 340 S.E. Donnelly Lane, was cited by Issaquah police for driving while intoxicated De- cember 2, at 8:36 p.m. Lyons was stopped near Front and Sunset, cited and released. Gun stolen A Smith and Wesson pump style shotgun, model 1000, valued at $350, has been reported stolen by Ken- neth L. Washington, 2804 255th S.E., lssaquah. Police are investigating a possible suspect. Beautiful : In New Store Bellevue I J Amish O00ilt Shoo b II I Handmade Quilts, Rugs, Quilted Hangings, Amish Dolls. Browsers Always Welcome Louisiana Star Quilt, Amish Dolls In The Foreground Custom Quilts Made To Order Pieced Tops Quilted IOn Bellevue Way Between Ernst & MacDonald's) ,102 Bellevue Way N.E. 453-3270 by Terry McLafferty Eight local firefighters have received letters of com- mendation from Issaquah Fire Chief Tony Singleton after the medics used an ex- hausting 42 minutes of cardio-pulmonary resuscita- tion to restore a heartbeat in a critically ill Issaquah woman. The victim, Joyce McKissick, 33, of 200 Mt. Park Drive SW, has remain- ed in critical condition at Overlake Hospital since the New firefighter Issaquah has a new "full- time temporary" fireman to replace the injured John Jumper. Bob Temple, 41, a volunteer with the depart- ment since October of 1982, has assumed the position. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, December 7, 1983 - Page 7 commendecl as CPR brings 'dead' woman back to life incident in the early morning Singleton says ihat information and provided emergency room, where a hoursof November 24. McKissick quit breathing in support, specially-trained physician Singleton says McKissick the presence of a family Within moments, Fire could assume control of the had no pulse and no respira- member, and had been not District 10 crews including rescue effort. tion when the first "alive" for only one to one volunteers Brian Gilomon "1 have seen aid crews firefighters arrived on the scene. According to paramedic reports, McKissick had been alive but failing when family members called her physician in the early morning hours. Recognizing the severity of the problem, the physician called in the Issaquah fire- fighters. replaces injured According to Fire Chief Tony Singleton, Temple was selected by examination among three finalists from ci- ty volunteer lists. Temple will be on the job until April 19, or when Jumper returns to German school holds The Eastside German Language School will present a program called "Christmas in Germany." The program is in German and includes carols, plays, food and gifts, all in the true German flavor. program The show will be held Sun- day, December 11 from 2 to 5 p.m. at St. Louise Hall on 156th Ave. N.E. in Bellevue. For more information call 883-2636. GIVE YOUR LADY A BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS A GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR HER AVAILABLE IN ANYAMOUNT A Gift She Will Enjoy Throughout The Year/ AND LADLES! "FOR THE MAN IN YOUR LIFE." A GIFT CERTIFICATE IS APPROPRIATE FOR HIM TOO! ESPECIALLY FOR THE MAN WHO HAS EVERYTHING. HE CAN USE IT AGAIN AND AGAIN. SOLVE YOUR GIFT PROBLEMS NOW AT 392-5567 and a half minutes when the first crews arrived. Because the "down time" was less than the 3 to 6 minute guidelines given EMT crews, they went to work with CPR. Volunteers Rick Carlson and Debbie Lorig began the treatment, while Doug Greathouse and Singleton gathered medical Jumper duty, whichever comes first. Temple, who lives just out- side city limits, is a diesel me- chanic and electrician by trade. He took on full-time firefighter duties formally November 21, Singleton said. CEI recertified for good service Community Enterprises of Issaquah has been certified for "exemplary services" in 1983, by the Washington State Department of Ecology. Alice Adams, the DOE's Recycling Hotline manager, says certification "is a special recognition of particular re- cycling centers that have ex- tended services." The number of certified centers has grown from 14 in 1976 to 74 in the state this tear. 68 E. Sunset Way, Issaquah and Women AM Will Be Carrying "The National F,nals Rodeo Results" . Dec. 3-12 at 12:30 & 6:00 P.M. WORLD'S LARGEST 8 FOOT CHRISTMAS STOCKING I..A Wdl FULL OF GIFTS!! Register To Win At The Following Stores: Puss'n Books Book Store Next to Q.F.C. Redmond Shopping Center Kirkland Fireplace Shop 85th & 124th Streets Kirkland I FLINTOFT'S Issaquah FUNERAL HOME Since 1938 COMPLETE SERVICES Cremations Memorials Pre-Arrlngements 222-5503 392:G444 Tom, Michael & Alberta FLINTOFT I I and Rhonda Singleton, both EMTs, and paramedic Jeff Merritt arrived, and Merritt assumed command of the ef- fort. Twelve minutes later, Bellevue paramedics, Felipe Sales, a 12-year veteran, and Mike Ganz, a 5-year-vet ar- rived and set up direct radio links with Overlake's legitimately give up a lot earlier in a rescue effort," Singleton said later, "but all the right signs were there. We went by the book and what the book said would happen, did." At 2:49 a.m. Joyce McKissick's heart began beating on its own, and she was quickly transported to the hospital. Singleton said after the in- cident that both he and the crews were aware that as time went on, Joyce McKissick's that patient's life," he ex- plained. "We have a long list of criteria to determine how ', long the patient has been gone when we arrive. We long-term prognosis got dim- mer. "We can imagine the anguish this effort and her continued critical condition brings to the family," Tony said. "She had been very ill for a long time before this happened. "But our sole responsibili- ty is to the patient, to save knew she had been 'down" less than 2 minutes. "We have to go on until ' we are told by responsible authorities to stop. The para- medics can tell us to stop, but 'i an EMT has no choice in the matter," he added. "Nevertheless, all of our people did a great job. We all wish Joyce McKissick well." ISSAQUAH MARK-IT FOODS Shop Mark-It Foods For All Your Holiday Baking Needs. We Have The Ingredients For A Holiday You Will Long Remember At Prices You Will Soon Forget. 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