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Baarsma, William H. (Tacoma) - 4

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ATLANTA July 19--WHIPPING UP THE VOTES--Delegate Bill Baarsma of Tacoma, Washington, counts votes while on the phone. He handles communications for his delegation and is the whip. Action was during the Monday night session of the Democratic National Convention (AP LaserPhoto/Eric Risberg) 1988

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Baarsma, William

Indians, Puyallup (General) - 22

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Nets Salmon

Puyallup Tribal member Mike Turnipseed fished near the Burlington Northern Railroad bridge in defiance of a court order and warnings of arrest by Game and Fisheries department officers. Superior Court Judge Charles T. Wright modified a temporary restraining order preventing Game and Fisheries department officers from making arrests or seizing gill nets. Wright’s actions limited fishing to Frank’s Landing on the Nisqually and only allowed two Native Americans to fish there: Suzette Bridges Mills and William Frank Jr.

American Plywood Association (Douglas Fir Plywood Association) (Plywood Association) (A Street) - 20

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-Selling Homes to China?-
U.S. Ambassador to China Winston Lord, left, and Chinese Official Qi Guangcai are shown through a model home Thurs. built with China in mind. American Plywood Assn. Director M.T. Fast, right, of Tacoma, WA., said the prefab structure of American timber and plywood is inexpensive and easy to assemble.

Sumner--General - 7

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Early Sumner - Incorporated in 1891, the city had little more than buildings shown above in photo supplied by Mrs. Harry Ryan, daughter-in-law of the city's first mayor. Note church in foreground, the Presbyterian, established in 1858.

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