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November 6, 1996

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BLIC S I >resident's Com- Ave. S.W. Board a.m. at the 7 at of Parks ill provide Id a mixed. along Alki P.m. to 9 3010 : 233-7929. ighborhood in Room Y t.S.W. More Area Council will meet at 7 p.m. at the North Highline Fire District office, 1243 S.W. l l2th St. On the agenda: King County budget, trash and junk cars. Westwood Council Want to make the Westwood neigh- borhood a safer, more enjoyable place to live'? The Westwood Council will discuss how to do so from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Southwest Community Center, 2801 S.W. Thistle St. More info: Susan, 937-2779. Budget hearing The Cily Council's Budget Commit- tee wilt hold a public hearing on the mayor's proposed 1997-1998 biennial budget at 9 a.m. in City Council cham- bers on the 1 lth floor of the Municipal Building, 600 Fourth Ave. More into: 684-8573 or 684-8053. Wed., Nov. 13 Duwamish cleanup The Elliott Bay/Duwamish Restora- tion Program will hold a meeting to dis- cuss cleaning up the Duwamish Water- way from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Federal Center South, 4735 E. Marginal Way S. More info: 5264338. Ticket Information, 938-0963 : i iiiiil;iII::I : St,andberg_ Soprano ::: Countertenor~Alto Childs - Tenor Nicodernus - Bass -Piano" Jane Harry-Piano fcaturing Jcwish folk poctry sung Ehot's story of thc Thrcc Ma~ w Ar sWest is eratefd for the support of: est ,. eattle erald/White Center News Birmingham Steel Corp., Seattle Div. Brian Duffy ot Edward Jones U.S. Bank 1996 -- 3 PM Church; 4210 SW Hanfont St.; Seattle 98116 ER WANTED TO INDEPENDENCE SHE NEEDED HELP TOO." "It's good to know that The Gardens at Daystar provides excellent personal care in the privacy of Mother's own apartment." Visit us today at 2615 SW Barton, or call 937-6122. DAYSTAR RETIREMENT VILLAGE West Seattle Herald/White Center News Wednesday, November 6, 1996 5 O" A 43-year-old Burien man waved Earlier in the day, his brother down a King County patrol officer WHITE CFNTER wanted to borrow money from him. on the corner of 16th Avenue South- POLICE He asked him what the money was west and Southwest Roxbury Street ~ for, and the brother told him it was about 9 p.m. Oct. 30. he had a warrant out for his arrest, for crack cocaine. The man begged the officer toThe other man said he was clean Alter refusing to loan the money, take him to jail. The officer said he and claimed they wererepairing the the man said his brother became needed a reason to arrest him, and vehicle, violent and started throwing items told him unless he was committing a The officer found both had out- about the room. The man left the crime, he was out of luck. standing warrants for their arrest, so house, went to his mother's resi- The man whipped out a bag of he placed them in custody, dence and called police. marijuana and said, "Is this good The officer lbund several syringes Before officers arrived, the broth- enough'?" containing what he suspected to be cr went to the mother's home and The officer said it was, and heroin, continued the threats. booked the man into King County The two suspects acknowledged "l'm going to kill you," said the Jail for investigation of narcotics that the substance was heroin and, suspect. "I'm ready to go to prison possession, according to the police report, they again, I don't give a f*** anymore." said they were about to "slmot up." The victim and his mother would The officer performed a field drug not let the brother into the house test which tested positive for heroin, and told him they'd called police. Both men were booked into the He quickly left the scene. King County Jail. Officers arrived and took the vic- tint to his house. They found that his stereo and TV had been destroyed. - compiled by JeffEldridge Junkies nabbed Two men in their 30s were arrest- ed for heroin possession Wednesday when a King County Police officer saw them ducking out of sight while in a car in the 9800 block of Myers Way South around 1:30 p.m. The officer saw the men crouch down in their vehicle when he came into sight. He became suspicious and questioned the men. As he approached the car, the sus- pects became nervous and hid something under the driver's seat. One man informed the officer that Man threatens brother A 25-year-old White Center man called police Wednesday saying his brother had threatened to kill him. The man told the responding offi- cer that his 27-year-old brother was released from prison recently and was living with hitn at his hotne in the 9600 block of Sith Place Southwest. 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