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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, January 26, 1983 i Jl Around town i i Churches ii Roberts to serv indefinitely The Community Baptist Church of lssaquah has call- ed the Reverend Dr. E. Wayne Roberts to serve as the interim pastor for an in- definite period. Roberts has recently retired from the position of Executive Minister of the American Baptist Churches of the Northwest. This position he held for eighteen years, supervising the work of American Baptist Churches within a five state region. Dr. and Mrs. Roberts will move from Bailard to lssa- quah in a few days for the I II Dr. E. Wayne Roberts convenience of serving the Issaquah community. Roberts is a skilled musician and social worker, the latter skill has been used in serving II III I I Ronald F. Perron, C.P.A. INCOME TAX & ACCOUNTING SERVICES Leavltt Building 301 116th Ave. S.E., Suite 160, Bellevue 453-8630 Evenings 392-2549 , , ,, , the elderly in the Jewish Community of Seattle. The Reverend Dr. Melvin Taylor resiglled the pastorate with tile Community Baplist (;hurch to join the staff of the Puget Counselling Center located at the First Baptist Church, Seattle. He still lives in the area. The (_'ommunity Baptist Church has a search committee at work endeavor- ing to find a permanent replacement for Taylor. Clubs Newcastle Historical Society The Newcastle Historical Society will meet at the Ren- ton Highlands Library, 2902 NE 12th, Renton, Thursday, January 27 at 7:35 p.m. for a brainstorming session on the next and the coming state centennial. Visitors are welcome. Sweet Adelines The Sno-Valley Chapter of Sweet Adelines invites every woman who loves to sing to meet with them on Monday evening, January 31, for an evening of harmony. The chapter meets every Monday evening at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 745 Front St., and is seeking new members. If you have questions, or would like additional information, call Lynn Burnett at 392-4674. Issaquah Valley Rock Club The Issaquah Valley Rock Club will meet Friday, January 28 at 8 p.m., at the lssaquah Community Hall. The program will feature Joyce Spurr speaking on the Falkland Islands. Visitors are welcome and refresh- ments will be served. Valley Kiwanis seek members As the young lssaquah Valley Kiwanis club enters its third year, the emphasis is to encourage new members to join the club. A special social event is planned to culminate the membership drive on Feb- ruary 4. A potluck dinner and dance will be held at Gib- son Hall, beginning with no- host cocktails from 6:15 to 7 p.m.; entertainment pro- vided by the lssaquah High School Vocal Jazz Ensemble from 7 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; i dinner at 7:30 p.m., and dan- cing following dinner. Issaquah Valley Kiwanis have been active in sup- porting Special Olympics, senior citizens, testing for the hearing impaired, the food bank and other lssaquah community activities. Anyone interested in join- ing this club, receiving addi- tional information is invited to call Jack Porter at 392- 7947 or Bill Hurt at 643- 4766, or attend a club meet- ing held at the Issaquah Holiday Inn every Friday morning from 7 to 8 a.m. I Ill I I II ] Who's news Anderson wins planning award City Parks and Recreation Director Kerry Anderson was given a "Planning Achieve- ment Award" for the Issa- quah Comprehensive Plan on January 24 at the park board meeting. The award recognizes "ex- cellent surveying, involve- ment and goal setting" by i |1 Anderson in completing the plan. His plan will be presented to the planning commission on January 26 at their regular meeting. George Hood Hood appointed to Dept. of Educaton George H. Hood of Issa- quah has been appointed Regional Representative of the U.S. Department of Education for the Depart- ment's Region X office in Seattle. Hood will be responsible for coordinating the admin- istration and operation of all Regional Department of It you'd Ilke to see $100 turn into $200, Yal4   ,l/e IPe JIIOHr eJle$o or watch $5,000 turn into $10,ooo, play the new Washington Doubler Instant Most Lottery winners say they can't believe it when they win. Now, imagine Lottery  Game. It's a brand new game with an exciting new twist--a chance to winning double/Double the dollars when you get two matches and a clover. double your winnings instantly. Just look for the Lottery sign in your neighborhood. Anyone over 18 can buy a ticket. And if you win $2, $4, $5, or $10, your Lottery ticket can be redeemed on the spot. rwe wys to wln. All it takes is a $1 Lottery ticket, then just scratch and match. If you get three matching dollar amounts, that's how much you win instantly. But if you get two matching dollar amounts plus a lucky clover, you win double the amount shown on your ticket. $2 becomes $4. $,500 becomes $1,000. And $5,000 becomes $10,000. Instantly. If you win $100 or $200, you' re eligible for the Double Grand Prize Drawing, where not one but two $1,000,000 win- ners will be chosen. The Double Drawing will be held at the conclusion of the Washington Doubler Game. Be sure to submit your claim form and ticket to the Washington State Lottery within 30 days after the announced end of the game. And remember, nearly twice as many people will be eligible for the following prizes at the Double Grand Prize Drawing: Two (2) $1,000,000 Prizes ($50,000 a year for 20 years guaranteed) Two (2) $50,000 Prizes Sixteen (16) $10,000 Prizes The blvjest wlr /s lVeshlngton. When you play the Lottery, everyone in Washington wins. Because .a large portion of Lottery revenueabout $20,000,000will be channeled right Into our state's General Fund. This money will be used to improve the quality of our lives and our environment. So keep playing, Washington! huble fun/ LOTTERY,. J i i, Education programs in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Before his appointment, Hood served as District Staff Manager fcu" the Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company in Seattle from 1970 to May 1982. Berge, Harper on EWU Dean's List Cindi Berge and Robert Harper of lssaquah have been named to the Dean's List at Eastern Washington University. Berge, of 16435 S.E. 44th Place, is a junior with a ma- jor in nursing. Her grade point average is 3.5. Harper, of 2818 238th Ave. S.E. is a senior major- ing in music. He also has a 3.5 GPA. Heath commended for submarine duty Alan C. Heath, son ot Joyce Heath of Renton, has received a letter of commen- dation from the Navy for "superior performance of his duties while standing watch as a sonar supervisor" during a mission last fall. Heath graduated from Li- berty High in 1979, did his ii i basic training in San Diego and Groten, Conn. and was assigned to the U.S.S. Fin- back, stationed in Norfolk, Virginia. Kahn assigned to Chanute AFB Airman Wade A. Kahn, son of Gene R. and Donna M. Kahn of 14831 S.E. ll6th St., Renton, has been assign- ed to Chanute Air Force Base, 111., after completing Air Force basic training. The airman will now re- ceive specialized instruction in the vehicle maintenance field. He is a 1982 graduate of Liberty High. Wade A. Kahn mm,,mmm= Laing elected County Council! King County CJ Bruce Laing, who r! the lssaquah area,! chairman of the cd 1983 on January 17/ Councilman La 1 first sworn in as  Councilmembt November 26, 1979,! to his election to the} he held the post 0! and Subdivision  Examiner for nine  half years. I Laing will face ri to the council this fa 1 Bennett is treas! of entrepreneurS! Lorna Bennett of l  has been elected tre! the Women Entr Network for the  term, Bennett is owi firm L.K. Bennett,O Bellevue: Sebring director Renton Thriftw Jim Sebring of has been hired as stC tor at the Uddenber; way in Renton. He /erred from Fedel Thriftway, where he  a store manager. IIII II II II W(ILLP'00EI00 WINDOW S'00IL(00 Dunn 30-50% off WovenWoodl Edwards Wallpaper All books 30% off Grasscloths 50% off Sale ends Feb. 27 IDONY DECOR 275-1st Pl. N.W. ISSAQUAH (Behind Rainier Bank) 392-1644 Hem's something you can do to save energy, save money and make your home W win. | beataiful this Winter. YOur order of De[ Mar Woven Woods and So/flight Shades will ea $10 cash "Energy Credit" in addition to all you will save as you enjoy your shades nJ I the years. I Bring this coupon to your Del Mar retailer. Fill in all the information and deOde | want a check frem Del Mar or apply the credit to your purchase | I .................................................. ....... .J --'  Please ,,ly my $0 credit to ttw puha,,e prW:  rny woen wood or eoftllght W I "$10 chek Or credit per customer Order. I Ordect  a. slnsle sh,tde ms be z- z't' th tO sqtwa feet to qualify. OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 1, 1982 I THiS COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER TO DEL MAR FOR PAYMENT II mar w ow coverngs we've go you overed o I I I I ad take an =itiona off our sale price tags 2 days only On Friday and Saturday, Jan. 28th & 29th you will receive 20% off the current price of all reduced merchandise Pre-lnventory Clearance. Exceptional Savings On Men's, Women's & Juniors' Fashion Apparel