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NEWS-HERALD Panama City, Fla., Sunday, Soptember 22, 1974 Pagp SA Murder Victim's Discovery Wakes Up Town ISSAQUAH, Wash. (UPI) The Greyhound bus stops here, but not much else does, except time. From the dusty apron in front of a wooden waiting station emblazoned Incongruously with the word "Honeysuckle," one can just about see the entire town, which, Incidentally, was misnamed after the Isquawh band of the Duwamlsh Indians who once hunted and fished these parts. Before dlesel power came Into its own, Issaquah was rip- roaring coal mining town whose output fired the big locomotives that pushed trains through stampede pass in the nearby high cascades and beyond. When the coal gave out, tranquility moved in along with commuters with Seattle office jobs and about the only thing left of the past was memories and abandoned mine shafts. Except for the annual skydiving championships at Issaquah airfield, the most exciting activity In town was to walk down by the freeway and watch cart! go by. But the peace was shattered Sept. 7. On that hot Saturday morning, two grouse hunters slogging through the underbrush about 1,500 yards from Interstate 90 came upon some human bones. The hunters, after making only a cursory examination, Informed the Issaquah police. They thought, mistakenly, they had seen several graves. iney naa seen several graven. Thjg information was radioed to . _ . bones of two of the young women were Indeed among those recovered. They were identified as Denise M. Naslund. 18, and Janice A. Ott. Both had disappeared the same day, July 14, from Lake Samammish state park, just two miles from where the bones were found. Denise, of Seattle, had excused herself to her boyfriend and another couple to go to a restroom. Mrs. Ott had peddled her 10-speed bicycle alone to the park and was last seen talking to a young man with a cast on his arm. Someone thought they had heard him say his name Was "Ted." Mrs. Ott lived In Issaquah. Also among the original find were the bones of a third person, most likely those of a small girl. Heidi Peterson, 4, has been missing from her Seattle home since Feb. 21. The other missing women are Lynda Ann Healy, 21, who disappeared Jan. 31 from her basement room In a house near the University of Washington, where she was a psychology student; Donna Gail Mansoii, 19. Auburn, Wash., who disappeared March 12 while on her way to a jazz concert at Evergreen State College near Olympla; Georgann Hawkins, 17, a university of Washington freshman who failed to arrive at her sorority house June 11 while taking an alley route from a nearby fraternity house, and Susan Elaine Rancourt, 18, a freshman at Central Washington State College in Ellensburg, Wash., who vanished April 17. while walking toward her dormitory, Police began a foot-by-toot search of the Issaquah area shortly after the grouse hunters made their discovery. For several days more than 200 Boy Scouts, trained dogs with their handlers and approved volunteers scoured the thick underbrush. But It was not until last Monday, that this method paid off with the discovery of 18 more bones which were sent to a University of Washington physical anthropologist for analysis. Other searchers have been Investigating the abandoned mines that honeycomb the surrounding hills, although most of them are filled with water and debris and are too dangerous to enter. FUTURA sewing machine AND CABINET $ Has built-in one step butlonholer, push-button front drop-in bobbin, 10 built-in and 12 interchangeable stitches, all dial controls. be of to police headquarters 11 Seattle 25 miles to the west. Law enforcement officers from Seattle, newsmen, who keep tuned to police radio frequencies, and about 200 "curious bystanders" who had heard the story on radio news bulletins rushed to the scene. This emotion was generated by the fact that since Jan. 31, six young women and a small girl had dropped out of sight under circumstances that indicated foul play. using dental charts, medical experts determined that the Sexless The ma-dake bamboo prows in large stands, with individual stalks reaching heights of more than 60 feet. The plant reproduces asexually as cloves from a single root. When the stalks of this plant flower, usually between 60 to 120 years, after sprouting, they die without producing viable seeds. Regrowth must occur from the surviving roots but such recovery can take as long as 15 years. STYLIST STRETCH-STITCH sewing machine Has 6 built-in stitches: 3 stretch variations plus blind-hem, zig-zag and fashion. Also exclusive Singer* front drop-in bobbin, smooth-flow fabric feed, self- threading take-up lever, 3 needle positions... more! REG 179.95 Carrying case or cabinet extra Model 513 AlVIAZING SALE-A-THON SAVINGS ON OTHER IVIACHINESTOO! SINGER •A Tlldtmllk o( THE SlNOiR COMf AMY 557 HARRISON AVE. Co»,.UM {It*\M. ilNC.lR COMPANY. M Rilhu RiwinJ ThcoulMul lh< *<1 .I4

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  1. Panama City News-Herald,
  2. 22 Sep 1974, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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