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I m ,; THE MEADOWS i SELLI Lovely home on quiet -sac with many amenities. 3 BA, lots of storage. Planned avelopment with club house, tennis, volleyball courts O0 Please call for appt.: Ann Bon, 747-3500 455-2093. omerset Fiealty, Inc. A subsidiary of Nal/ace and Whee/er, /nc.02 16 nLEGAL FORMS in'payment books drafting sup- 5, blueprinting office machine 'Vr, Thomas Book of Maps.  EVANS OFFICE SUPPLY Bsaquah HI-Lo Ctr. 392-2412 i MON-FRI 9 to 5:30 tf NOTICE 83-14 3OURT :THE STATE OF pR KING COUNTY IN PROBATE 83-4-00410-9 TO CREDITORS 3r of the Estate of ELNA SON, Deceased. HEREBY GIVEN that has been ap- haa qualified as Ex- above-entitled estate; Persons having claims lid deceased are hereby serve the same, duly On said Executor or R. THOMAS, the attorney at the address below md file the same with the Court, together with service, within four date of first publi- s notice or within four ,r the filing with the Court of a copy of this is later, or the barred, except as to within the the provi- first publication: Feb- . BANK dlLLET, Trust Officer , WHITTINGTON, ANDER- :RGAN in the Issaquah Press d 23rd, 1983. 83-17 s will be received at the ehool District #411 Service Center SE 72nd Street, 98027 until 24, 1983 for the fall sports Associated Stu- (83.84 school year). In a sealed envelope OPENING 2:00 P.M., 1983." Bids must be with speciflcat ons Ie D strict Administration Board of Directors of lah School District #411 reject any or all informalities kow u81ness the Issaquah Press 1983. 3 WAS H I N-(TO N FOR KING COUNTY Probate No 83-4-00318-8 NOTICE TO'CREDITORS " RCW 11.40.010) Udd Deceased. igned has been ap- qualified as per- (PR) of the named deceas- Person having a claim deceased must serve the undersigned PR or is) of record at the nust file Copy Of the claim with the court within four the date of first publi- notice or within four of filing of a ice with the clerk of is the later, or be barred, except )rovlsions included In lg Copy of 'notice to Publication February - PR' Wtnlfred Carlson ddress: 155"- 5th Avenue N.E, ISSaquah WA 98027 Charles' Diesen of theast 85th 3nd, Washington 98052 e Number: 885-2830 SSaquah Press 23rd, 1983, 83-'19 NANCES PASSED CITY COUNCIL ng is the title of an d by the Issaquah CE NO. 1548 Ordin- 1982 Budget me appropria- Truck Fund Fund, and received into lects Fund. 1-24-83) are the titles of by the Issaquah ;E NO. 1549 adopting the Uniform Build- Fire, Pool, Spa and :nergy Codes; Con- Uniform Build- Code for the tngerous Buildings; schedule of the tnical, Swimming Tub, and Solar lng fees for cer- lng a civil penal- designating the a the responsible )ection and mobile home instal- and repealing 4-83) 1550 creating a new Police Station nd, With revenues percent and autodzlng dis- SUCh Fund for the )ling and equllS- Station (Effective Date: 2-14-83) ORDINANCE NO. 1551 AN ORDINANCE creating a Board of Adjustment, establishing membership qualifications, defin- lng the Board's duties, and responsibilities; and repealing Or- dinances 1167, 1183, and certain Sections of Ordinance 804. (Effective Date: 2-14-83) ORDINANCE NO. 1552 AN ORDINANCE creating a Build- ing Board of Appeals, establishing membership qualifications, and defining the Board's duties and responsibilities. (Effective Date: 2-14-83) ORDINANCE NO. 1553 AN ORDINANCE creating a Fire Board of Appeals, establishing membership qualifications, and defining the Board's duties and responsibilities. (Effective Date: 2-14-83) ORDINANCE NO. 1554 AN ORDINANCE creating a River and Streams Board, establishing membership qualifications, de- fining the Board's duties and responsibilities; and repealing Or- dinances 1423 and 1445. (Effective Date: 2-14-83) ORDINANCE NO. 1555 AN ORDINANCE amending Sec- tions 5 and 8 of Ordinance No. 1449 specifying the time required to complete appeals of City actions taken in accordance with the State Environmental Policy Act, pro- hibiting the issuance of certain per- mits during the appeal process, and clarifying which City actions shall be published (Effective Date: 2-14-83) A copy of the complete text of the ordinances Is posted at the Issa- quah City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way (Mon.-Fri., 9-5PM); Issaquah Post Office, 150 E. Sunset Way; and the Issaquah Public Library, 50 Rainier Blvd. No. Unless otherwise specified, the date of postihg shall be considered as the date of publi- cation and such ordinances shall become effective five (5) days after date of posting. /s/Linda Ruehle Linda Ruehle, City Clerk Published in the Issaquah Press February 16, 1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-20 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO APPROPRIATE PUBLIC WATERS TAKE NOTICE: That JERRY COOPER of ISSA- QUAH, WASHINGTON on JAN- UARY 6, 1983 under Application No. G1-24224 filed for permit to ap- propriate public waters, subject to existing rights, from WELL in the amount of 30 GALLONS PER MINUTE each year, for GROUP DOMESTIC SUPPLY - CONTIN- UOUSLY. The source of the proposed appropriation Is located within SWV4 SWV4 of Section 19, Township 24 N., Range 6E W.M., In KING County. Protests or objections to approval of this application must include a detailed statement of the basis of objections; protests must be ac- companied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the Department of Ecology, at the ad- dress shown below, within thirty (30) days from Department of Ecology Northwest Regional Office 4350 - 150th Ave. N.E. Redmond, Washington 98052 Published in the Issaquah Press February 16th and 23rd, 1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-18 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SHORELINE MANAGEMENT SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT File No. 002-83-SH Notice Is hereby given that William Currin who is contract pur- chaser of the property described below has filed an application for a Substantial Development Permit for the construction or development of a piggy back short subdivision con- sisting of 17 lots each 5 or more acres In size plus approximately 2700 ft. of gravel access road. located within the west half, Sec- tion 24, Township 24 N, Range 7 E.W.M., in King County. Said development Is proposed within the shorelines of the Snoqualmle River and/or Its associated wetlands. The general location of the property is approximately 1,200 feet west of the Intersection of SE 56th Street and David W. Powell Road approx. 3 miles SE of Fall City, WA Any person wishing to express his views or to be notified of the ac- tion taken on the application must submit his comments in writing to the Manager, Division of Building and Land Development, 450 King County Administration Building, Seattle, Washington, 98104 (Telephone phone 344-5286) within thirty (30) days of this notice. Re- quests for a public hearing, with a statement of reasons for said re- quest, must be submitted Jn writing to the Manager, Division of Building and Land Development, within fif- teen (15) days of this notice. Publication dates of this notice are February 16 and February 23, 1983. Published in The Issaquah Press February 16th and 23rd, 1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-21 PUBLIC HEARING MUNICIPALITY OF METROPOLITAN SEATTLE (METRO) NOTICE Is hereby given that the Service Evaluation Subcommittee of the Metropolitan Council of the Municipality will conduct a public hear ng on March 8, 1983 at 8:30 AM in the Fourth Floor Conference Room of the Exchange Building, 821 Second Avenue, Seattle, Washing- ton 98104, to receive public com- ment on proposed bus route revi- sions, additions and/or deletions which may impact riders on those routes. The affected routes are as follows: EFFECTIVE SEPTEM BER 1983 ROUTE NUMBERS 244 DESCRIPTION New mid-day weekday service. Written or oral comments can be submitted, in advance on the hear- Ing to Ms'. Kate Tate, 821 Second Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98104, 447-5804 or at the hearing. Further Informai'ion on the hearing can be secured from either the above- named individual or the Clerk of the Metropolitan Council, Ms. Maureen Varnl, 821 Second Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98104, 447-6557. Maureen Varnl Clerk of the Council Published in the Issaquah Press February 16th, 1983. Obituaries Lester W. Marberg Funeral services for Lester W. Marberg, 71, of lssaquah will be held Wednesday, February 16 at the Unity Church of Bellevue, 16330 N.E. 4th Street, at 1 p.m. He will be buried at Washington Memorial Park. Ar- rangements are being hand- led by Stokes Mortuary of Renton. Marberg died at his home Thursday, February 10. He was born in East Grand Forks, Minn. on November 26, 1911. He lived for many years in Grand Forks, South Dakota, where he was a recreatibnal supervisor. He moved to lssaquah 31 years ago and worked for Seaboard Lumber Company as a saw filer. He retired in 1974. He is survived by his wife Lorna, three sons: Lester, Jr. of Renton, Duane of Kent and Dennis of Issaquah; four daughters: Myrna Richards and Leila Jacobsen, both of Seattle; Lola May Pattett of Renton, and Erlys Seabolt of Georgia. He is also survived by his brother Ado of Kent and sister Evelyn Kolstad of Minnesota, 24 grand children and l I great grandchildren. Ethel L. Jordan At her request no services were held for Ethel L. Jor- dan, 78, of lssaquah. Private cremation was arranged by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home. She died in Bellevue February 7. She was born December 24, 1904 in Sioux City, Iowa, the daughter of William and Nellie Reed. She was raised in Los Angeles and lived most of her life in California. She moved to Issaquah in 1978. She is survived by one son, Don E. Brown, of San Diego, two daughters: Alice Abney of Issaquah and Phyllis Peahl of California, one brother, Ernest Reed of California, seven grand- children and eleven great grandchildren. RoyP. McGinnis A memorial service for Roy P. McGinnis, 50, of lssaquah was held February 12 at Our Savior Lutheran Church, officiated by Rev. Richa?d Wendt. Private cremation was arranged by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home. He died in Bellevue on February 9. He was born July 9, 1932 in Selleck, Wash., the son of Jack and Katherine McGin- nis. He was raised in Sno- qualmie and graduated from Mt. Si High School in 1950. He served in the Army during the Korean War. He married Marcia M. Pickering on December 29, 1956 in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho. He moved to Issaquah in 1957. He was self-employed for many years in drywall con- struction. For seven years he was employed by the Issa- quah School District in main- tenance. He then worked as a labor negotiator for the Washington State Council of County and City Employees in Seattle. He was a member of the Bellevue Kirkland Elks and the V.F.W. of Kirkland. He is survived by his wife Marcia of Issaquah, two daughters, Mia M. McGinnis of Bothell and Mikki Fuller- ton of Renton, two brothers, Jack L. McGinnis of Renton and Richard McGinnis of Yakima, and one sister, Patricia Hayden of Puyallup. Remembrances may be made to Oncology Nursing Care, 4545 Sommerset Dr. S.E., Bellevue, WA 98006. Lyle "Sarge" Boyce A funeral service for Lyle "Sarge" Boyce, 67, of Issa- quah will be held on Wednes- day, February 16, at Flin- toft's Issaquah Funeral Home. Burial will follow at the Hillside Cemetery in Issa- quah. The service will be of- ficiated by Dr. L. Wayne Roberts. He died at Veteran's Hospital in Seattle February 12. Boyce was born in Ho- quiam, April 18, 1915, the son of Jeff and Nellie Boyce. He was raised in the North- west and attended Foster High School. He joined the Army in 1941 and married Geraldine Sparks in Portland, Maine on March 31, 1948. He served in World War II and the Korean War. In 1951 he moved to Issa- quah. He retired from the Army in 1962 and went to work for the postal service in Issaquah as a rural carrier until 1973, when he retired. He was a member of the Albert-Larson Post VFW #3436, the Issa- quah Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie No. 3054, and the Issaquah Lions. Boyce is survived by his wife, Geraldine of lssaquah, two sons, Barry of Renton, and Brad of Seattle, one daughter, Michelle Campbell of Issaquah, his step mother, Lillian Boyce of lssaquah, four brothers, Frank Conrad of Snohomish, Jim Conrad of Sacramento, Jeff Boyce of Santa Maria, Calif. and Mark Boyce of Buckley, Wash., four grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Remembrances may be made to Vascular Research, University of Washington or your favorite charity. County sponsors jobs for youth 300 jobs for economically disadvantaged King County youth will be available through the King County Work Training Program. The 300 new openings pro- vide for increased allocations for employment and training as part of the federal effort to address the problem of severe unemployment cur- rently facing American youth. The program, which is federally funded, places en- rolled youth at public or pri- vate sector worksites where they receive on-the-job train- ing. For further information about the new job openings or the Work Training Pro- gram, contact Jim Holm at 344-2520. state-wide classifieds State-wide classified ads in Washington State's community newspapers allow you to place your ad in 114 newspapers throughout the state. One phone call. Call our Classified Department and an Ad-Vtser will explain how the system works, help you write the ad, and place it in all the association newspapers. One ad. Let us do the hard work. We can deliver your ad to 912,953 homes in the state of Washington. One invoice. You or your secretary will do one simple bit of paperwork. One way. 25 words $99. The only way to cover the state of Washington is with a state-wide Classified For additional words over the basic 25, Ad... it is so easy. the additional charge per word is $4.00. THE ISSAQUAH PRESS 392-6434 The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, February 16, 1983 - Page 11 Energy info for seniors available A comprehensive, 35-page E n t i t I e d ' ' E n e r g y doors, putting up inexpensive book of energy information Sourcebook for Seniors," storm windows, and stopping for senior citizens has just the book is free to Puget drafts inoutsidewalls. been published by Puget Power customers and covers Another section is devoted Sound Power & Light Com- five major topics  to electrical safety in the pany. conservation, safety, health, home, while customer controlling condensation, information explains how to "We felt the best way to let and customer information, read an electrical meter, what our older customers know Hypothermia is dealt with a bill says, as well as where to how to keep warm and in detail in recognition of the go and who to call when pay- healthy this winter was fact that elderly persons are inga bill is a problem. through a sourcebook," said more vulnerable to the ef- For more information, call Joel Gould, manager of com- fects of colder temperatures, your local Puget Power of- munity relations for Puget Advice on how to avoid and rice. Power. "Too often an elder- treat hypothermia is also ly citizen is confused by the contained in the book. South end news number of different sources For news announcements of information. This source- Conservation tips include book should make energy use minimum temperatures for in the south end (May Valley, and conservation more living environments, caulk- Maple Hills, Briarwood) call understandable." ing around windows and Roxiane Reynolds at 255- 5849. Sunday Buffet Brunch l0 a.m. - 2 p.m. -- $7.95 adults  $4.95 children Exit 15 off 1-90, lssaquah {l  Reservations suggested, 392-6421 , x, CHURCH COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 4,,h..=l, .... 9:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Worship 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship 205 Mt. Park Blvd., 392-6280 (Parsonage) 392-6447 (Church) Dr. E. Wayne Roberts, Interim Pastor I TRINITY EVANGELICAL CHURCH 26729 S.E. 76th PI., Hiqh Point Independent, N0n-den0minational Three worship services: 8:30 a.m,, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. John M Sheeks, Pastor 392 7371 I Pine Lake United Presbyterian Church Celebration * Dialogue ='Community Services: Sunday, 10 a.m. at Lutheran Bible Institute at Providence Heights Nursery Office 392-5968 Pre-School Bob Gray, Pastor 160 N.W. Gilman I I News of Church activities every week in THE ISSAOUAH PRESS ss00quah ch000stnan chu00h No ctod but Chest, no book but the Bible, no name but Ch#stians 10300 ISSAOUAH.HOBART RD. 382-5848 Sunday Service .... 8 8,m. Bible School. .. 9:15 a,m. Hanmy Peaon. M#xr EVOrSh lp ...... 10:30 a.m. Ke#h  Assotete ventng Service .... 7 p,m. Jn  Yo O Youth Group ..................... 6 p,m Isssaquah Church of the Nazarene E.E. Miller, Pastor -- 392-3138 -- 641-6009 Temporary location: Sunday School .......... 9:30 a.m. 14916.2391h pj S.E Worship .............. 10:30a.m. Issaquah (!ormerly the Roadside Evening ................ 6:00 p.m. Chapel) Ntlrst, ry ltt(,Hdt t dl{ s('reit'es I St. Joseph Catholic Church 220 Mt. Park Blvd., Issaquah P.O. Box 200, Issaquah Parish Priest House 400 Mt. Park Blvd. S.W. Phone 392-5516 Sunday Masses: 8:00, 9:30, 11:15 Saturday Evenings Anticipation Mass 5:30 p.m. Seventh Day Adventist Church 425 EAST SUNSET WAY Saturday Church 9:30 a.m. Sabbath School 11:00 a.m. PASTOR ROBERT FETRICK 392-4256 CHURCH PHONE 222-7151 Pine Lake Covenant Church Presently meeting at Lutheran Bible Institute 4221 228th S.E., Issaquah Worship 9:30 a.m. Pastor Eric Josephson Class for Children Phone 392-7115 SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 a.m. Nurser/-Activities for Children HOUDAY INN - ISSAQUAH William B. Price, Pastor 392-5387 I I II Attend the Church of your choice this week I the niti.n9 the world... ne lieart at a time ,,.,.I ...... .,,,,c.,, 392-4343 I Our Sauler Lmheran Church 745 Front Street S, Issaquah Family W0rshlp, ,8:00 &l l:O0 ' Family Study .......... 9:30 Informal W0rshp ? 30 pm Richard L. Wendr, Pastor 3924169 392-3101 SAMMAMISH HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH The American Lutheran Church Corner 228th S.E. & S.E 8th 455.5285 Worship: 8:00 & 11:15 a.m. Sunday School 9:15& 10:15 a.m. Nursery available Nursery , Hn la.N0rman, L. 0rth Pastor FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST--ISSAQUAh 10:30 Sunday Service at Issaquah Community Hall--180 E. Sunset Way I 10:30 Sunday School I at 1250 N.W. Mall 1 7:30 Wednesday Eveninq Testimony Meeting I at 1250 N.W. Mall I All Are Welcomed I II 392-8643 Public Reading Room Mon.-Sat. 10-1 Wed. 10-4 1250 N.W. Mall Behind McDonalds THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH WELCOMES YOU ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS EPISCOPAL PARISH 2rid S.E. and S.E. Durst, lssaquah, 392-3215 Rev. Dr. Laura Cameron Fraser, Rector I Sunday Schedule: 8:00 am Holy Eucharist 10:30 am Holy Eucharist 9:30 am Adult education and Nursery from 9:15-12:30 church school Wednesday: 10:00 am Holy Eucharist I II IIIIIIII THE NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP HERE IS NEW LIFE IN CHRIST" Worship Service Pine Lake Comm. Club Wednesday 212th S.E. & S.E, 20th St. 7:30 p.m. Sunday Issaquah Home Fellowship 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. PASTOR R.D. MARTIN, 222-7079 | III Faith. Ho. e ,. SUNDAY 10:00 a.m. Praise lad Wolhlp * Nursery provided lt-a Illble Teaehiell & Sund|y School " Home rellotyhlps ell week ..', ,. WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m, SJble lest|tale * SI"IIII Men's, Women's, Youth activities. "Nl S648 2ZI ,! PI. S.F. (V, mile eeoc of n=equih nolld=y I..) 392-8188 II III IIIII I i,