For eight weeks beginning Aug. 22, Seattleites followed developments tied to the discovery in Elliott Bay of three underwater billboards for Ivarâ€™s Inc. restaurants that apparently dated back to the 1950s.Ivarâ€™s president Bob Donegan and local historian Paul Dorpat indicated that archival documents revealed the companyâ€™s late founder, renowned prankster and promoter Ivar Haglund, might have ordered the signs sunk for the benefit of future commuters who preferred submarines to cars or ...
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