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receives two to the Village into the Issa- 45 Front St. by 06 15 desires merchantable or more. Hanson Loop Road, Call (206) 06 15 NT 149,500 With large 2 level baths, extra suite. Pegged oak hen. Sunken living and new drapes. RLAKE Inc. 06 15 ACRE It., lovely rambler fruit trees &amp; family room off dltlon, great Immer- 747-0598. BANKER !NTIAL E 06 15 IRMONT Clent, Spacious bedrooms 2/2 & rec room, 2 lnc r garage on 1.4 acres. DVANTAGE Sale of this traditional 3 in Pine Lake SUNNY ; ready to build or die. Water & sap- setting pasture ,th of Issaquah. PRIME Realt O6 15 PINE LAKE PLATEAU REDUCED Insulated glass, 2 fireplaces, 3 bed- rooms, 3 baths, a big rec room, 2 car garage and a big fenced yard, for only $77,950. Eves., Carols 392-7889. ISSAQUAH 4 bedroom - $119,000 Over 2800 sq. ft. in this 4 bedroom, 3 bath home featuring 2 large rec rooms, huge living room & formal dining, 2 fireplaces and storage galore!! Parkllke setting on 213+ acre. Eves., Carole, 392-7889. DOWNTOWN ISSAQUAH -- $84,950 Priced $3,000 under appraisal. Large country kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 14 baths, 2 fireplaces, rec room, huge workshop area and fenced ,ard. Eves., Carols, 392-7889. HORSE COU NTRY >ins Lake Plateau. Home features 3 bedroom, 2 baths, formal dining, huge living room with wood burning stove, 6 stalls, hay storage and tack room In the almost new barns. Special surface riding arena. Pro- ;)erty fully fenced & cross fenced. Even a creekl! Eves., Barb 392-1873. EXCEPTIONAL BUY 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with eve 2,000 sq. ft. Huge deck & covered patio. Big rec room with fireplace, lounge & bar plus TV area. Room for RV & boat parking. And only seconds away from 12 acre com- munity park. Best buy at only $84,000. Eves., Carols, 392-7889. ONE OFA KIND 2.33 Acres & creek Over 2800 sq. ft. In this custom 5 level home on 15 mile creek. Dream kitchen with brick floor, Jenn-alre, Micro, walk-in pantry. Large master features the ultimate in baths. If you want quality and outstandln{ design, call now. $195,000. Eves. Carole, 392-7889. MINI RANCH REDUCED Price slashed over $4,000 on thL, 2,000 sq. ft. rambler with barn an( corral. If you are looking for gourmet kitchen, large family room formal dining, sunken living room huge master, 6 panel doors, 2 fireplaces, oversize decks and workshop in garage, come see this energy efficient almost new 3 bedroom home. Asking $139,500. Eves., Carols, 392-7889. CALL ROWLEY AGENCY 392-6407 or 455-4781 1-800-525-8910 Ext. Ag0 0615 SUNNY HILLS RAMBLER Ith a private fenced yard, big trees, brick fireplace ooms, 13/4 baths, family room & a double car to 1-90. $84,950.392-8400. ISSAQUAH CUL-DE-SAC of living area on a private lot. Storm windows, fireplace in- entry. Lovely home for only $79,900. 392-8400 or Audrey, LIVE IN ISSAQUAH )ur private tour of this large 5 bedroom home on a y-care yard with extra parking, lower level not 392-8400 or Gladys, 747-8964. 392-8400 o0 15 MARVELOUS FAMILY HOME REDUCED $5,000 Schools, 4 bedroom, 21/2 bath on rh acre. Spacious Cul-de-sac, 2 fireplaces, country kitchen, lovely painted, natural fir setting. $119,900. Benton tha, 882-1104. 08 15 Nb COZY $62,950 three bedroom rambler with vaulted ceilings front decking for your entertaining needs. A 392-1211 or 392-4186. 1891 $192,750 :ury farm house sits on 10 rolling acres of Issaquah Creek and Tiger Mountain. Built mtury, with new plumbing, wiring, roof, and ,is page out of Country Living Is a rare find. HORSE ACRE $135,000 ; level with 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, rec. room Ith fireplace. Beautiful natural landscaping and facing woods, one with hot tub. Large ;hen plus formal dining room. Call Pat Tellvik, RY CHARM $59,950 'ntry kitchen, mountain view, energy efficient, 3 on quiet cul-de-sac. A best buy on today's 392.1211 or 392-8037. er are spectacular from this wooded 10 acre Terrific potential for Just $7,900 per acre. I Craig, 392-1211 or 392-6324. N. 392-1211 0815 ISSAQUAH * LAKE JOY FIXERS! $75,000, 9% int., 2 homes, 2 bedrms, ea., gorgeous 2/3 acre, wtft., 20 mln/Redmond. Make of- ferl Real Estate 2000 Inc., 524-4701. 06 22 HIGH VALLEY $179,500 Spectacular view of Seattle skyline & Olympic Mts. 1.4 acres for horses & privacy. 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 story family home with large coun- try kitchen. Call Jerry Welch, 392-5800. INTERLAKE Real Estate, Inc. 0615 LEGAL FORMS plus payment books, drafting sup- plies, blueprinting, office machine repair, Thomas Book of Maps. EVANS OFFICE SUPPLY lasaquah HI-Lo Ctr., 392-2412 MON-FRI 9 to 5:30 tf PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-79 NOTICE OF ACTION BY CITY OF ISSAQUAH Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 43.21C RCW, notice is here- by given that: The City of Issaquah did on June 6, 1983, take the action described below. Any action to set aside, enjoin, review, or otherwise challenge such action on the grounds of non- compliance with the provisions of Chapter 43.21C RCW (State Environ- mental Policy Act) shall be com- menced within 90 days or be barred. The action taken by the City of Issaquah, notice of which is hereby given, was as follows: 1. Adoption of Resolution No. 83.06. 2. Approving the City of Issaquah Amendment to the Comprehensive Plan, 1-00 Subarea, May 1983 Re- vised Draft as an amendment to the lasaquah Area Comprehensive Plan. The subsequent governmental actions on the 1-00 Subarea Amend- ment to the Comprehensive Plan In- clude: a. Amendment of Issaquah Zo- ning Ordinance No. 804 to include the classifications for Major and Special Purpose Overlay Districts, pertinent definitions, performance standards and master plan develop- ment. b. Rezoning of property within the City of Issaquah portion of the 1- 90 Subarea to include application of district classifications, general land use categories and performance standards. 3. Said action pertained to prop- arty commonly known as: The 1-90 Subarea, generally bounded by N.W. Sammamlsh Road on the north, Newport Way on the south, and extending from 195th Avenue S.E. on the west of 236th Avenue S.E. 4. Pertinent documents may be examined during regular business hours at the office of the City Clerk located at: 130 East Sunset Way Isaaquah, Washington FILED BY:/s/Carol Happier Carol Happier, Environmental Coordinator Published in the Issaquah Press June 15 and June 22,1983 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-78 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICT #411 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until 3:00 p.m. June 30, 1983, at the administration building located at 22211 S.E. 72rid Street, Isaaquah, Washington, 98027, for the relocation of two por- table classrooms from Issaquah High School, 700 2nd Avenue S.E., Issaquah Washington; one port- able classroom from Maple Hills Elementary School, 15644 204th Ave. S.E. Renton, Washington, and one portable classroom from Apollo Elementary School, 15025 S.E. 117th Street, Renton, Washington. These four portable buildings are to be moved to Sunny Hills Elementary School located at 23232 Issaquah- Pine Lake Road, Issaquah, Wash- ington. All necessary utility discon- nections will be performed by the owner and all new utility Connec- tions will be performed by the on- site contractor at Sunny Hills Ele- mentary School. All applicable licenses and permits to be fur- nished by moving contractor. All contractors must be fully bonded. Bid seourlty made payable to the lasaquah School District In the amount of five percent (5%) of the Bid Sum shall accompany each bid. Security shall be either certified check or bond Issued by surety licensed to conduct business In the State of Washington. The Board of Directors Of lesa- quah School District #411 reserves the right to reject any or all bidS, and to waive any nforma Itles or Ir- regularities in the bid or in the bid- ding. No bidder may withdraw his bid after the hour set for the opening thereof, or before award of con- tract, unless bid award Is delayed for a period exceeding sixty (60) days. All Inquiries should be directed to the projects coordinator, Arnle Pltzen, at 392-0780. BY ORDER OF: ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICT #411 22211 S.E. 72nd Street lasaquah WA 98027 ' By:/s/Harold N. Skew Harold N. Skew Director of Business Une15andbllshed in the Issaquah Press 22,1983. pUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-81 SIX.YEAR STREET PROGRAM Pursuant to RCW 35.77.010, notice is hereby given that the lass uah City council will hold a public qear- ng on 20-83, at8:30 PM n Com- munity Hall, 180 P-sat Sunset Way, laaaquah, WA., to consider the pro- posed Six-Year (1984-1989) Compre- hensive Street Program for the City of Issaquah. Copies of the pro- posed Street Plan are available at City Hall for review. Notice ia further given that all those interested may appear and be heard either for or against the pro- posed Six-Year Street Plan. IslLInda Ruehle, Llnda Ruehle, City Clerk Published In the laaaquah Press June 15,1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-76 TRAFFIC REVISION Work will begin to signalize the Intersection of West Sunset Way and Newport Way, on June 22, 1983. To Insure a greater degree of safety and to facilitate construction, "Stop Signs" will be erected on Newport Way on that date. Published In the Issaquah Press June 8th and June 15th, 1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-77 REQUEST FOR COMMENTS The following described proper- ties are owned by King County. These properties are being con- sidered as surplus to the needs of King County. Prior to declaring these properties surplus and ac- tually disposing of them, we are soliciting comments from the com- munity. These properties will either be sold to another governmental agency, or offered for sale to the general public at public oral auc- tion, the date of which has not yet been set. If you wish to express your opi- nion on this proposed action, you may forward your comments to King County Real Property Division, Room 500 King County Administra- tion Bulldlng, Fifth and James Street, Seattle, Washington 08104. All comments must be received by July 5, 1983. Tax Lot 4, Section 36, Township 24 N., Range 7 E., W.M. 16.7 Acres Common Address: 372nd Place S.E. & S.E. 368th Tax Lots 3 & 15, Section 21, Town- ship 24 N., Range 7 E., W.M. 80 Acres Common Address: S.E. 52nd & 316th S.E. If you have any further questions, you may call Chris J. Loutsls, Manager of Real Property Division, or Carol Ward, Property Manage- ment Section, at 344-7494. Published in the Issaquah Press June 15, 1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-80 NOTICE OF ORDINANCE PASSED BY ISSAQUAH CITY COUNCIL The following is the title of an Ordinance passed by the City Coun- cil on June 6, 1983: ORDINANCE NO. 1571 AN ORDINANCE conditionally ap- proving the Meadows Associates preliminary plat (Application No. SU-80-02) (Effective Date: 6-13-83) A copy of the complete text of the Ordinance is posted at the Issaquah City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way (Mon.- Frl., 9-5 PM); Issaquah Post Office, 150 E. Sunset Way; and the Issa- quah Public Library, 50 Rainier Blvd. No. Unless otherwise specified, the date of posting shall be considered as the date of publication and such Ordinance shall become effective five (5) days after date of posting. Is/Lands Ruehle Llnda Ruehle, City Clerk Published in the Issaquah Press June 15,1983. Obituaries Earl Walter Benham At his request, no services were held for Earl W. Ben- ham, 77, of Fall City. He died at Overlake Hospital on June 11. Private cremation was arranged by Flintoft's ls- saquah Funeral Home. He was born April 12, in Duvall, the soa of Henry and Minnie Benham. He was rais- ed in Duvall and attended the Duvall schools. He married Caroline Gruenig on July 5, 1941 in Lewiston, Idaho. He worked as a logger and operated his own wood business. He would buy all the wood produced by the Preston Mill and Lake Wash- ington Mill then sell and deliver it. He lived in Fall Ci- ty until 1955, when he moved to Ellensburg, where he farmed. For the last eleven years he has been living in Fall City in the summer and Yuma, Arizona in the winter. He is survived by his wife, Caroline, one daughter, Lola Anderson, of Fall City, two sisters, Ethel Pazer, of Duvall, and Myrl Funk of Seattle, three grandchildren and four great grandchild- ren. Remembrances may be made to the Fall City Fire Dept. Aid Car Fund. William Van Dewalle Funeral services for William Van Dewalle, 92, of Issaquah, will be held Wed- nesday, June 15 at 2 p.m. at Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home. He died in Kirkland on June 12. The service will be officiated by Dr. E. Wayne Roberts. He was born on May 10, 1891 in Rock lsland, Illinois, the son of Edwin and Maria Van Dewalle. He was raised in Illinois and lived in Madi- son, Wisconsin until 1966, when he moved to Issaquah. He worked as a painter for The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 15, 1983 - Page 11 (S-7) Spelling, computer literacy classes offered The Special Programs De- Classes meet Monday partment at Bellevue Com- through Thursday, June 20 the University of Wisconsin munity College is offering to August 4, from 7:30-9:30 for 35 years, retiringin 1965. two summer classes begin- a.m. He is survived by his wife, ningin June. The second, "Computer Astrid, one son, George Van The first, called "Stop Language for Elementary Dewalle, of Kirkland, two Saying I Can't Spell!," is for and High School Teachers," granddaughters, three great those with chronic spelling focuses on classroom con- grandchildren and one foster problems. This five credit tent, teaching techniques and great grandchild, class will help students con- .xthe practical aspects of data Remembrances may be centrate on recognizing and processing: how a computer made to the City of lssaquah correcting the words most of- works, structures, and Aid Car Fund. ten misspelled. It covers root development of processing spelling, speed spelling, use applications. of the keyboard in spelling, This course meets Monday and spelling in context, and Wednesday evenings, Opal Anna Anderson A funeral service for Opal A. Anderson, 64, of Issa- quah, was held June I1 in Kansas. Burial followed in Rollo, Kansas. Arrange- ments were made by Flin- toft's Issaquah Funeral Home. She died at home on Tuesday, June 7. She was born on March 20, 1919 in Rollo, Kansas the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Wells. She was raised by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Monroe of Tex- homa, Oklahoma until March 1922 when she moved to Winfield, Kansas. She graduated from East High School in Wichita, attended Friends University and transferred to Wichita University, where she graduated. She taught school in Plains and Hugoton. On July 4, 1948 she married Vic- tor Anderson in Plains, Kan- sas. They lived in Hugoton until when they moved to Preston. Later they moved to lssaquah. Opal was a mem- ber of the Swedish Preston Baptist Church. She is survived by her hus- band, Victor of lssaquah, two sons, David Lee of Issa- quah and Gary Paul of Al- berta, her step-mother, Mrs. R. L. Wells, of Kansas; two brothers J. Delbert Wells of Missouri and Lewis M. Wells, of Kansas, one sister, Elinor Keesling, of Kansas, and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. "DOWN-HOME FOURTH OF JULY" KID 'N pET PARADE Front Street- High Noon Z ..... rjiTr::iT;nJ;J ' ........ Name of entrant or group .............................. Number in group. Entry description FREE Phone Mail to "PARADE" clo N&N, 445 S.W. Forest Drive, Issaquah 98027 PRE-REGISTER at Sea-First Parking Lot on Front Street, July 4th, 10:30 a.m. Horse Drawn Starting 6116183 ...... Bla k, Sweet _ _ wagon Hmes C A rL'_ n  In U-Pick Fields at Fall City i CHERRIES lb. on 6/18 and 6/1911 1 mile south of Carnation on NE. 32nd 333-4135 li Open 8 am-8 pm. everyday I' llCemllnger rarmsl I Coupon worth 1/2Oc 1 coupon Der customer V Your complete fresh trufl & vegetable market li United Way to benefit C.E.I. Community Enterprises of C.E.I. serves 40 clients Issaquah, which provides with work training and pro- work training to develop- vides follow-up job place- mentally disabled teens and ment. The agency will benefit adults, was recently added to from United Way's annual the United Way list of benefi- fund drive, to begin this fall. ciaries. June 20 to August 3, 6:30- 9:20 p.m. To register for either class. call 641-2955. INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE! Japanese Korean Chinese ANTIQUES HOME FURNISHINGS SAVINGS UP TO 60% Trade International of Issaquah, Inc. Wholesale Importers 45 W. Sunset Way -- 392-8000 Sunday Buffet Bruneh lO a.m. - 2 p.m. -- I;7.95 adults -- 14.95 ehlldrea Exit 15 off 1-90, lseaquah   Reservations suggested, 392-6421 I I THE CHURCH or JEsus CHRIST or LATTER-DAY SAINTS (THE MORMONS) 100 6th Southeast -Visitors Welcome-. ISSAQUAH let WARD Sunday services begin at 11:30 a,m R, Morris, Bishop 392-1053 Issaquah 2nd Ward Sunday services begin at 9:00 a,m. I. Budge, Bishop 392-5721 COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 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 We're new... FAITH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH .. itk.rd.,.in love. SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 a.m. Nuneq#Activities for Children " CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m, for all ages HOLIDAY INN - ISSAQUAH William B. Price, Pastor 392-5387 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, Pasto 1392-7371 Pme Lake Presbytenan Church Celebrations Dialogue - Community Thursdays 7;30 p.m., June 23-Sept. 1 Community Baptist Church Fellowship Hall Nursery Office 392-5968 Pre-School Bob Gray, Pastor 160 N.W. Gilman News of Church Activities ever week In The Issauah Press i NEWPORT UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4010 120th S.E., Bellevue, 746-6111 (west of 1-405 at Coal Ck. Pkwy Exit 10) DIVINE WORSHIP' 9"30 & 11:00a.m. Church School9:30a.m. Classes for all ages -- Nursery Care all Morning YOUTH FELLOWSHIP -- 6:30 p.m. Dennis J. Hughes Pastor Patrick W. Mecham, Ass't. Pastor / issaquah ch00ast=an Chul00h No creed but Christ, no book but the Bible, no name but Christians 10300 ISSAQUAH-HOBART RD. 382.5848 nda Serv ce 8a Su Y I .................... m. Bible SchoO ................... 9:15 a.m. Hat!y Petson, M/nLste 10.30 a.m. Kecth  As.sooate Worship. . ce .............. Evening Se .................. 7pm. dimEoYcetds. YounDkttor Youth Group ..................... 6 p.m. i Isssaquah Church of the Nazarene E.E. Miller, Pastor -- 392-3138 -- 641-6009 Temporary local=on Sunday School ....... 9:30 a.m 14916.239th PI SE Worship .............. 10:30a.m. Issaquah (formerly the Roads*de Evening ................ 6:00 p.m. Chapel) ,'V IO't'rY (1 r ICItd(llI t t II .V,'l'ric es I 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 NtJrsery THE NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH A.sem bliss I)f (;od 747J445 Services at Two I,oeatttm I,aquahlPble|u, I,BI Providence Ileiahts Bible Education 9:0(1 anl, Worxhip tOtX) a nl Bdleue, 625-140th N.F Communion 8:(k) afll Adoll Worship 8 i5, I I I l m (Childre.'s ('hureh:('holr) Bible t ducation 9:45 a.m. (Adult & Children's) rvening Worship h:tXI pin Wednesday ?IX) pm Adult Elcetive, Royal RIlBqI',, ]lP, sttlllt'[I,, Nursery Prtl,ided at all serlt:C' lark , R I/ II Senior I'alt)r t t' RI k I Ill )e Pastor orYouth *: ' |'osier ol Kid's Minislries Mtkt. Bcrt'xlord Adub Education I LH)) Nt*urllilllll Ptor otAdull M,lislri', I'ad (;o)dtnarl Dirfclor of CouzlsdilltZ rtelt.n K,,ha Singk MinMrles l)can Kimlx'r Bal00 "Fa00 '! Uniting the world... One heart at a lime IOn:< ,,,-,, ....... ..,,c,,. 392-4343 Our 00uior LutMran Chunh 745 Front Street S Issaquah Family Worship 800 &l 1:00 Famdy Study 930 Informal Worship i ]0 p m Richard 1.. Wendr, Pastor 392-4169 392-3101 SAMMAMISH HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH The American Lutheran Church Corner 228th S.E. & S.E. 8th 455.5285 Worship: 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sat. Worship & School 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. Nursery A vai/ab/e Norman L. 0rth Pastor 392-8643 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST -- ISSAQUAH 10:30 Sunday Service at Issaquah Community Hall--180 E. Sunset Way 10:30 Sunday School at 1250 N.W. Mall 7:30 Wednesday Eveninq Testimony Meeting at 1250 N.W. Mall All Are Welcome I I Public Readm(l Room I Mon.-Sat. 10.1 Wed. 10-4 I 1250 N.W. Mall Behind McDonalds THE NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP HERE IS NEW LIFE IN CHRIST" Worship Service Pine Lake Coma. Club Wednesday Sunday 212th S.E. & S.E. 20th St. 7:30 p.m. Issaquah Home Fellowship 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. PASTOR R,D, MARTIN, 222-7079 I Faith.Hope & . ,- , , SUNDAY a:so & 10:30 Praise and ,'ohlp Nurse provided J"di " Bible Ieaching & Sully School * Home fellowship== lit week . WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m, Bible Institute * Special Men's, Women's, Youth actlvtltel. ",( . S648 221 s! PI. S.F. (t= mile e,$1 or Izazqu|h Holiday rue) 3924188 J