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September 16, 1998     Mercer Island Reporter
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W??'fi‘?’~§"’5ié"‘ A4 ‘Wednesday, September 16, 1998 .DUI A driver was stopped for speeding ’Sept. 14 while traveling eastbound on A '1—90 at about the 8200 block. The driver was found to have had been drinking I and failed field sobriety tests. The dri- ver was arrested. The passenger had ibeenriding without a seat belt, gave a false name and date of birth to police. The passenger was also arrested. Both were transported to the Mercer Island Police Department, processed, cited and released. Issaquah police advised Mercer Island police of a possible DUI Sept. 13;“ The driver of the vehicle was cen— tacted by Island police on the 2200 block of 82nd Avenue SE. and was ‘foundtohave hadbeendrinking.r'lhedii- ver failed field sobriety tests and was ar- . rested. The driver was transported to the police department, cited and re- leased. v Suspicious perSon v The subject had been sending un» wanted letters and flowers to young women members of an Island church » for a ten—day period in August. Councilmembers: Bryan Cairns David Clancy, Deputy Mayor Judy Clibborn Gordy Edberg, Mayor Alan Merkle John Nelson Peter Orser POLICE REPORT T h 9 ft The subject pumped $11.84 worth of fuel from an Island gas station Sept. 13 station and left without paying. An officer observed a man removing political signs from the shoulder of the road at the 2400 block of 76th Avenue SE. and placing them in his trunk Sept. 6. He was stopped and identified. Minor in possession ‘ Police responded to a report of ju- veniles drinking in a vehicle Sept.- 13 on the 8200 block of Avalon Drive. Upon contact with the juveniles, beer was found in the vehicle. Two of the .four subjects in the car admitted owning the beer. They were released and their par— ents were notified. The information was forwarded to the youth officer. Attempted burglary Someone attempted to break into a construction company trailer Sept. 8 or 9 at a house under construction on the 2800 block of 60th Avenue SE. Burglary A home in the 7800 block of 78th Councilmembers do not have offices at City Hall; however, .j they do receive their rmil at: '. City of Mercer Island 9611 SE 36th Street . Mercer Island, WA 98040 To leave a message for a " -,, . Counciimember call 236-5300; UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED: Council Meetings are held in the Council Chambers at City Hall the first and third Monday of every: . Special Meetings and Study Sossrnns begin at 6 Regular Meetings begin at 7.30 pm. CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, I998 0' A Regional Coalition for Housing Parity Discussion , L V L . 0 Management & Budget Policies 9 Award Drainage Basin No. 2!, Stream Stabilization 9 Residential Subdivision ,Re Planned Business Zone. Please call Tina Eggers, City Clerk at {206} 236-3572 lace Rhone , Choose from our extensive selection I of granite and marble for your new home§§._ or commercial building project. i , ...Li¢iatt°ir ,. w Shorewood M-vF." Shm~5gth, “teaching: , yeast. Ballevue. Washing (425) 643-113” “Sam. I ~ A v’ . i I ,yt‘nstar Avenue SE. was entered via an un- locked door Sept. 11. The victim’s Nintendo 64 and several games were taken. The suspect was seen by the housekeeper. Malicious mischief The passenger front door of a vehi- cle was keyed the night of Sept. 10 on the 3200 block of Shorewood Drive. The possible suspect is a neighbor. The estimated damage to the car is $200. The complainant reported her car had been keyed at 92nd Avenue SE. and SE. 444th Street Sometime Sept. 9 or 10. Person(s) unknown urinated in a sandbox in a play area of a local school on Sept. 8 or 9. ' hmeORTER . I OBWUAR Thomas Walsh Longtime Island residentThmnserliam Walsh, husband, father, grandfather and friend, died of cancer on Sept. 13. Mr. Walsh was born on May 27, 1916 in St. Louis, Mo. to William J. Walsh and Mary Morris Walsh. A patriotic American of Irish descent, he joined the United States Army on St. Patrick’s Day, 1942. He was promoted to lieutenant and was sent overseas during World War II. On D—Day-plus-five his company fought through France to Germany with Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. As a signal corps Oflioeer. Walsh was sent to northern France, the Rhineland and Central Europe. He received the European African Middle Eastern Theater Campaign Ribbon with three bronze stars, the Victory Medal. a Meritorious Unit ...()F (.()l_Jl\’Sl: BeHevue’ 800 Bellevue (425) 462-1400 ‘ [2f ' Celebrates Fall. . . w Pinata » Koran zié‘si min-ant International Collections, . a new point Of view. From the runways of Milan, Paris, London and t . Munich. 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After his discharge from the military they moved to the Pacific Northwest and settled on Mercer Island in November, 1946. Over the years Mr. Walsh worked in the glass industry and in 1985 he retired from the Belknap Architectural Glass company. He co-founded Walsh Manufacturing with his wife and in 1986 they closed the business. Survivors in— clude his wife of 55 years, Kathleen, of Mercer Island; his fom‘diildrerr Betsey Hill ofWoodinville, Terry Parshall of Kent, Chuck Walsh of North Bend and l M a T y a n n C Thomas Walsh S w a n b e r g o f Ravensdale; and nine grandchildren. Amemorial Mass will be at 10 am. on Saturday, Sept 19, at St. Monica’s Church. The family suggest remembrances to the Evergreen Community Hospice in Kirkland or a favorite charity. A nonhealing wound can keep you from the things you love the most. ‘ Like your grandkids. 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