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ill! u Obituaries DISTINCTIVE SAHALEE Kenneth Harkey Gilbert Pollow Transfer Forces Sale A funeral service for Ken- Funeral services for Elegant 2 story. This custom home neth M. Harkey, 68, of Ren- Gilbert S. Pollow, 74, were as3 king size bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 eplaces, family room, jacuz- ton, was held January 10, at held Wednesday, January 5, room, plus outdoor hot Flintoft&apos;s Issaquah Funeral at the First Baptist Church in ;tub. Added features include sky- Home, officiated by Rev. Port Angeles. Burial was lights, stained glass, hardwood floors, extra large kitchen with oak Richard Wendt. Private Thursday, January 6 at cabinets and sunny eating area, burial followed at the Fall Ci- Sunset Hills Memorial Park, and security system. The large i Workshop has 2 skylights. This out- ty Cemetery. He died in Re!- Bellevue. He died at Virginia Standing home is on a cul-de-sac ton on Friday, January 7. Mason Hospital on January Lnd backs to a greenbelt. Back yard He was born in Dillion, 1. The service was officiated fenced fOrTe addedvlew privacY.this luxurlousASking Mont. on June 25, 1914. He by Rev. Parkes JOhnson, home call Rowley Agency, 392-6407 was raised in Dillion and was Flintoft's lssaquah Funeral 781. Eyes-392"7_889'_ ....... 01_12 a painter. He was a member Home as in charge of all ar- of the Painter's Union and rangements. Open Sunday 12-5 the Re!ton Fraternal Order Pollow was born on March Pine Lake Plateau of Eagles. 1, 1908 in Port Angeles. He Harkey is survived by two was a general contractor and This 4 bedroom rambler so near sons, Kenneth R. Harkey, of lived all his life in Port SChools and State Park Is ready for Renton, Dan Harkey, of Angeles. He was a member a family. Includes 1/3 acre, fruit Issaquah, two daughters, Jo of the Port Angeles P.O.E. trees, berry bushes, garden area, and pond to enjoy from the large Kubes, of Puyallup and Sally Port Angeles Moose Lodge deck for entertaining. Walking Hjelm, of Issaquah, two No. 996, and the Carpenters distance to fishing swimming, boating and schools'. Located at brothers, Rolls! Harkey, of Union. 3023 245th Ave. SE Issaquah. Calif., and Robert Harkey, He married Jaretta Follow Rowley Agency'slgns. All for of Spokane, two sisters, Berinault, a iongtime Issa- Only $79,950. Call Rowley Agency 3992-6407 or Eves 392-1873. 0112 Vearl of Di]lion, and quah resident. He is survived Dorothy Disher, of Brennon, by his beloved wife, one LOOK NOFARTHER Wash. and seven grand- daughter, Juanita Dobrow- This house has t a Vaulted ceilings, children, sky, Port Angeles, one step- View windows skylights built-in vacuum, , , i !am ly room & solarium, decks, hot tub, rldge to hot tub from master bedroom, reeel, all on horse acre for only $136,000. AKE VIEW - Near new home features 3 .0.o00 .m 00.om -- 0. o =, " -- I Ishot bro caste!ale or young family. Co!yen- W it COmmute via 1-90. $94,500. UPPER IESTON. Sharp 2 bedroom home, beau- U JI 1/3 acre yard. FruH lrees, garage with ge work area, shake roof & cedar 0'ng. Terms as attractive as home. Crummond ;8,500. HEATHERCREST - Short distance re! Isaaquah, landscaped yard, horse ere, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, quiet salting, well kept home in like new condi- tion, $74.800. PRICED TO SELL, Only Jan. 5- Feb. 5 14,950 for this spacious home with 3 bed- rooms, family room, 2 fireplaces, 2 car garage. Excellent starter home near Lake Village Theatre Sarnmamiah. Easy terms. CENTURY 21 120 Front Street N., Issaquah SAM MAMISH REALTY R ES E RVATI O N S: 392-2202 [ _ 392-5354 01 12 t ........................... ,a,,y , blicN0te  has LEGAL FORMS Steaks Dlua payment books, drafting sup-  Seafood Plies, blueprinting, office machine repair, Thomas Book of Maps. I JLIllLilll|alll Cocktails EVANS OFFICE SUPPLY lasaquah HI-Lo Ctr., 392-2412 .... conveniently located MON-FRI g to 5:30 . _ _ l former/v" l block south of . jom y . -"-"LJB-CIc-No'I:[CE-8-2- ...... t f 392-7425  rT,nY The Village Theatre SUPERIOR COURT OF i bta0U0. WASHINGTON FOR E KING COUNTY State of CHARLES HAGEMAN aka CORNELIUS HAGEMAN, De- Ceased. - -, .4 4108-1 , Probate No. o,=--0 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ;:,::l / (RCW 11.40.010) " ' The undersigned has been ap- Men.- Meat & Veg. Soup, Cheezy French Bread, Celery Sticks, ..... t POinted and has qualified as per- Cookie 0 i ,I.otlal,repreaentattve (PR) of the Tues.- Hamburger, Green l'5 . estate of the above named de- die Beans, Apple Quarters, Snickerdoo. Ceased. Each person having a claim Wed.- Pizza w/Cheese, Green Salad, Corn, Mixed Fruit Cup theagalnStclalmtheon deceasedthe undersigned!USE pRSerVeor Thurs.- Turkey Gravy and Potatoes, Peas, Orange Quarters, on the attorney(s) of record at the  Peachy Pizza Crunch address stated below and must file Fri.- Spaghetti, Garlic Bread, Green Salad, Sugar Cookie sn executed copy of the claim with the clerk of the court within four  SECONDARY SCHOOL ENTREES months after the date of first pub- (,,<o-- i Men.- Meat & Veg. Soup, Cheezy French Ilcatlon of this notice or within four Bread or Tuna Salad Sandwich months after the date of filing of a COpy of this notice with the clerk of Tues.- Hamburger or Salami & Cheese Sand- !.ha Court, whichever is the later, or wlch tna claim will be barred, except Wed.- Cheese Pizza or Meat Salad Sandwich Under those provisions included In Thurs.- Turkey Gravy over Whipped Pota- HCW 11.40.011. " Ice to toes or Pastrami Sandwich Date fo filing copy ot not Frl.-Spaghetti or Turkey Sandwich creditors. December 22, 1982. n Date 'of first publicatio : Uecember 20, 1982. courtesy of PR: Else Rlchards Petly 223870thN.E. PUGET SOUND BAKING CO. Bellevue, Washington 98004 Charles F. Dlesen in Mark-It Foods 392-1341 Attorney for the Estate Tea Room  355 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392.1700 16275 N.E. 85th I Redmond, Washington 98052 (206) 885-2630 D PUblished in the Issaquah Press ace!bar 29th, 1982, and Jan. 5th 4:30 p.m. weekdays at the afore- buildings at 800 Front Street North, and12th, 1083. 0112 mentioned regional office of the proposed by Harold Ruby. department. A copying machine is 2. A proposed Declaration of . PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-2 available for use at a charge of 10 . NOTICE: ANNOUNCEMENT OF No!significance for an amendment PLICATION FOR PERMIT TO DIS- cents per copy sheet. Further infer- to a property Use and Development matlon may be obtained by tele- Agreement to allow Storage of land- HARGE TO STATE WATERS phoning (206) 885-1900. seeping equipment at 1705 Newport ApPllcantN'WA'002143"lApPlicant: Consolidated Dairy Published In the Issaquah Press Way for a one-year period, pro- lUcts, Inc., P.O. Box N, Issa- January12,1983. posed by John Laneville. This pro- Washington 98027. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-5 posed negative determination shall apDIled for renewal of a Na- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING become the City's final declaration POllutant Discharge Eli!in- PURSUANTTO KCC 21.62.080and on January 21, 1983 unless a System (NPDES) permit in KCC 21.62.090, notice is hereby specific written request for a with the provisions of given that the Zoning & Subdivision redetermlnaUon has been received 90.48 Revised Code of Examlner for the KlngCountyCoun- on or before that date, pursuant to =hlngton and the Federal Water ell will hold a public hearing to con- WAC 107-10-350(5), (6) and (7). Utlon Act as amended. CON- sider amendments to official con- Any person aggrieved by the pre- JDATED DAIRY PRODUCTS trois as described hereafter, or If ceding determinations may appeal gold Farms) operates a dairy deemed appropriate, a more said determinations to the Issaquah ucts facility at 611 Front Street restrictive use classification may be City Council. Such an appeal must In Issaquah. The applicant considered under the provisions of be filed with the City Clerk within 20 to continue discharging KCC 21.06.020. Boundary adjust- daysof this publication. cooling water to Issa- manta to the sewage general plan, Filed by: City of Issaquah, Carol Creek. If any, may also be considered. A. Hoppler, SEPA Coordinator NATION This public hearing will be held in Published In the Issaquah Press on the basis of preliminary staff Room 402, Council Chambers, Ktng January 12, 1883. the department proposes to County Courthouse, on THURS- PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-4 -- Je the permit to the above DAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1983, at the ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS applicant to discharge to hour listed hereafter, as soon Sealed bids will be received by -" Waters subject to certain ef- thereafter ae possible, and In the the City of Issaquan at the Office of t limitations and special permit order listed, the City Clerk, 130 East Sunset Way :ions. These proposed deter- 1:30 p.m., or as soon thereafteraS (P.O. Box M), lasaquah, WA 08027, are tentative. A final possible, up to the hour of 10:00 AM, January made until 101-81-R -- BERT MoNde, Inc. 27, 1983, for the purchase of two (2) received pursuant to -Northwesterly side of Issaquah one-ton trucks. Bid forms and notice have been evaluated. Pine Lake Road, north of SE 32ng specifications may be obtained PUBLICCOMMENT Street (extended); RS-15,00 from the Public Works Department, (Potential RM-2400) to RM-2400; 392-8080. Bids will be publicly open- , AND iNFORMATION sute, r ested persons are invited to Details are available in the Olvl- ed and read aloud at the time and , ---,t Written comments regarding sign of Building and Land DeveloP- place stated. .U-Prpoaed permit. A comments ment Room 450 King County Ad- Each bid must be accompanied ot uld be submitted within 30 days ministration Building, Seattle, WA by a bid bond In an amount not less th -he qate of this public notice If 98104344-7970. than ten percent (10%) of the bid m:Y are to be considered n the for- DATED this 12th day of JanuarY, amount. The City reserves the right re2_ atlon of f hal determinations 1983. to reject any or all bide and to waive r..-ardlng this application. Corn- KING couNTYCOUNCIL any irregularities or Informalities In '"nts Should be sent to: KING couNTY the bidding. VShlngton State Department wASHINGTON /el Llnda Ruehle fEcology " e DOROTHYM- owNES Llnda Ruehte, City Clerk NOrthwest Regional O!!lc Deputy clerk of the council Published In the Issaquah Press 4350-150thAvenueN.E. 2 Published In the issaquah Press January12,1983. RedmOnd Washington 0805 January 12,198 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-3 Attention/Barbara Smith PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83- PUBLIC NOTICE If the corn'!ants received indicate SEPA DETERMINATIONS aignlflcant public interest in the Pursuant to the provisions of CITY OFISSAQUAH Proposed Permit or tf useful Infer- Ord nan e No. 1449 and Notice ta hereby given that a sum- Issaquah mary of the enacted 1983 budget of 'nation COuld be -reduced thereb State Environmental policy Act, the d - ' _ y, the the City of Issaquah Is available at In- =rector may hold a public hear- Chapters 43.21 RCW and WAC City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way, be- r;:?d!heapPllcation. Public notice 197-10, notice Is hereby given that tween the hours of 9:00 a.m. and (:,,-,umg any hearing will be clr- the City of laaaquah did, on or 5:00 p.m. o;",==ed at least 30 days In advance before January 8, 1983, issue the on all regular working na hearlnn m the apPlication, proposed per- following Threshold Determln- days. atlons: /s/Aagot Hess aVila d related documents are 1. A Final Declaration of Nonslg- Aagot Hess, Finance Director b,-.. =e for Inspection and copying nlflcance for phased construction Published in the lasaquah Press -,wee! the hours of 8 a.m. and of three single story commercial Ja__nuary12,1083. L and operated orchards in the officer in the Wenatchee Or- son Joseph Beriault of Issa- under direction of Flintoft's Monitor and Peshastin areas, der of Eastern Star, and was quah, one stepdaughter, Issaquah Funeral Home. They maintained a summer active in the community con- Dolores Ramer of Maple Morgan was born in Shell home in Coupeville, where certsin Wenatchee. Valley, and nine grand- Lake, Wis. the daughter of they moved to in 1968. She She is survived by two children and two great- Augustus and Florence was a well-known piano daughters, Mrs. Robert L. grandchildren. Peacor. She was raised in teacher in Monitor and Lea- (Annette) DeLong, of Taco- Myrtle Morgan Snohomish and married Ben- venworth, ms, Mrs. John F. (Patricia) Myrtle P. Morgan, of Issa- jamin F. Morgan on October She was a member of the Barton, of lssaquah and six quah, died Sunday, January 5, 1910. They moved to Washington State Music grandchildren. 9. Family services will be held Leavenworth in 1913, going Teachers Association, Remembrances may be Wednesday, January 12, at two years later to Wenatchee. Wenatchee Ladies Musical made to the Peshestin School the Peshastin Cemetery Since 1918 they had owned Club, Past Matron and state Music Dept. )| | |im| | | I mm | | | | ml n m |nmm||ili m mm mmm Immlm Im mm | Im m llm mm III Im Im Iml | |mi| |iiii||m| n m |i| nu i | u| enm | iN ||mnN|| mi| ' ' ' 'FREE" FABRIC ' ' ' I ' with this Coupon. 1 I I I Choose from our large selection , ! m m of in-stock fabrics. All you pay is l m  "x, the labor charge. Over 300 fab- m m ! m "" , '. ," ,,' . ' \\; rics to choose from. m m  . ,. f  __ m ...') " J ' ! Standard Sofa Labor ........................ s318.50 , ,m y,  ,. / Standard Chair Labor .................... =185.90 ,m ," ?:, ( e & B UPHOLSTERY ,," ," / " ,-(" / 1 ....__.., Quality Furniture Upholstery ,'m m | I 1 o r I'Bid,. 1 l m ,   L _  ......,,,,,.'_.. m m "b. " -.3 .... .,' l'.Wlk- ". I i_l ----'---- Overlake m ' tr, ""',, #[ I, )1 |  i Safeway m' m i m"m -.____. - ) --L-[ E- -- -- } 2653151 St PLACE N . E . ," ,, ,' ' 881.7773 ' m F  OPEN: M-F 9.5:30 m I I I ., I P SAt. 10.2 t "---... .. . .. .. m m mmm m mmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmlmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmmmnmmmmmlm m The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, January 12, 1983 - Page 11 (S-7) Mark Ha Cohn, O.D. announces the opening of his Issaquah office for the practice of family optometry specializing in the fitdng of hard, soft and extended wear contact lenses in association with Theodore S. Kadet, O.D. 85 N.W. Alder Place, Issaquah Office hours by appointment: 392-5381 How do the new Tax Laws affect you? QUALITY TAX SERVICE 165 Front St. N., Issaquah 392-3650 Now open Monday, Wednesday and F riday 9 a.rn. to noon and Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 4 to assist you with year-end tax questions 1. Get a free home energy checkup. If you're a Puget Power customer with electric heat, we can give you a free, computer-ass!ted energy analysis. You 11 hnd ou how much energy and money you're losing by letting cold air in and warm air out. And you'll find out how much you can save by adding such things as storm windows and insu- lation for ceilings, walls, and floors. 2. Get a free solar survey. As pan of your home energy checkup, we'll tell you whether or not solar water or space heating might be practical for you. If it is, solar can provide a surprising amount of energy right here in Western Washington. 3. Get a no-interest loan for home weatherization. If you decide to make cost-effective ./ improvements to your electrically ( heated house, we can loan you the money You'll pay no interest. And you can defer any payments for up to 10 years. No kidding. 4. Get a cash .-ant for home weatherizalion. If, instead of taking out one of our loans, you're willing to pay cash for cost-effective weatherization, we can pay up to 70% of the cost. You simply pay for the rest. Try and beat this offer, anywhere. 5. Get a good deal on a heat pump. Heat pumps are typically more efficient than start- dard electric resistenceheating systems, ff you're thinking of installing one, we may be able to give you a no-interest loan or cash grant that'll cover part of the cost of replacing your electric heat. 6. Get a cash grant for solar water heating. We can even give you a cash grant of up to $300 if you install a solar water heating system. The amount of the grant will be determined by the type and size of the system you choose. 7. Get a free water heater insulation kit. Over 200,000 of our customers already have insulation blankets on their electric water heaters. And the average savings per home is about $20 a year. If you're a Puget Power customer and you don't already have a blanket, just ask at any one of our offices. 8. Get free water flow We also offer water flow \\; restrictors that can really .- cut down on the amount / :. of hot water you use in the shower. They're effective and simple to install. 9. Get free electric outlet gaskets. Another simple way of savang energy is to install foam-rubber gaskets in your home's wall electric outlets. You'd be amazed at how much cold air can seep in without Fhe gaskets are free to electric heat customers. 10. Get free do-it-yourself information. If you'd like some other good information about caulking, weatherstripping, and other ways to save energy around your house, we can you any number of "how-to" They, too, are free. We'd be glad to tell you more about any of these 10 ways to save money on your electric bill. Just stop by any Puget Power office and ask. We supply electridty. But we sell conser- vation. Because that's one way we can help you offset today's higher energy costs. PUGET" PO00ER