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NTAIN LUXURY s, 10%. Spacious s, bath, (hurry). Estate 2000, Inc. 07 06 N'S DELIGHT fi8hermen or peaceful country for gar- this 3 bedroom nt rambler on 1.3 the answer and 1-90 Call B st the Rowley 392-6407, Eves., MOUNTAIN ready for that established streets, under- and telephone. Variety of trees you fulfill and only minutes 5. All end terms. at 392-6407 S ESTATE $179,950 4 bedroom home be enjoyed from ring room to the with outdoor master suite In- Jacuzzl, area for gentleman and tile any woman of ds is situated on ncludes a barn, I fenced pasture ck. Call Rowley or toll free A-00. E HOUSE $77,950 home features In- =lreplaces, big pool table car garage, with tree set. Priced for Agency ISSAQUAH appraisal. 3 bdrms, places, rec area and vley Agen- E COUNTRY Plateau home 2 baths, for- living room stove, 6 and tack new barns. riding arena & crossed a creekll $149,500, 392-6407 or RANCH ! Over $4,000 on ft. rambler Corral. If you are a gourmet kitchen, room, sunken ll- master with panel doors, splaces, over- Work shop in )r only $139,500. or =Peclal room for & day care, 30 for youl 4 bdrm, 3 huge living 2 fire- acre Iotl Agency home. Double 1, gourmet kit- 6 panel room, for- corral and On deadend riding Call Y 392-6407 or AGENCY 455-4781 (t. A90 FORMS Iraftlng sup- machine f Maps. 392-2412 30 tf E NO. 83-84 ;HINGTON F ECOLOGY ENTON oPISSA- )N on APRIL 4, No. G1-24281 PProprlate public existing rights, nount of 2 GAL- for SUP- proposed ap- within NW 1/4 N., Y. =tions to approval must Include a of the basis for must be ac- dollar ($2.00) with the ogy, at the ad- within thirty Depart- , Northwest Re- " 150th Ave. N.E., uah Press NORTH HOOD Canal waterfront home, 78' no-bank on protected bay, 5 year old custom designed, water and Olympic Mountain view from every room. 1-206-638-2791. MAGNIFICENT VIEW on 4.2 acres, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, dramatic fireplace with heatllator, huge heated shop, plus barn, fenc- ed pasture, 2 room office with half bath. $155,000. SNO-VALLEY REALTY Fall City 222-7122 06 20 PRESTON 4 bedrooms, Country kitchen w/garden window & appliances, oak floor & new carpet. Fenced yard. $79,500. 222-7248 0713 MOUNTAIN HOME, N.C.W. 30 acres, large barn. New facility 32'x85' for home business. View, spring, pond, good access See to appreciate. (509) 486-3431. 06 29 AMES LK. INVESTMENT $49,950 - EZ Terms 9% Int. Un- finished, 3 BR, 1 BA, 2 Parklike Lots/Shy l/z Acre. Lake Access, 10 Min./Redmond, Much More. (Won't Last, Hurry!l). Real Estate 2000, Inc, 524-4701 0713 COUNTRY LIVING Shy 1, Acre, Issaquah School Dis- trict, 3 Large Bedrooms, 1 baths, Sunken Living room, New Carpets, Owners transferred. Price reduced to $70,000. Call Bonnie at Century 21, Sammamish Realty 392-5354. 06 29 GOOD PRICE - GOOD TERMS New listing in Pine Lake Heights, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, completely finished. $89,500. 302-8400 or Audrey, 392-3266. TIRED OF WHITE WALLS? Do you like oak floors, wood accented walls, skylights & ceramic tile? Not to mention a master suite & bath that are dynamite. This energy efficient 3 bedroom is $72,500. Also included is a mountain view & 40 acres of state land for your backyard. 302-8400, ask for Doyle or Linda. WATERFRONT DUPLEX, ONLY $85,500 Investors - where else could you find a clean & solid duplex with about 100 ft. of salmon spawning creek frontage than in downtown Issaquah? 392-8400, David Baldwin. 385 FRONT ST. N. 392-8400 0S 29 SELLER VERY FLEXIBLE $89,500 Lease option, Deed of Trust or assumption and second - whatever fits your needs. Nice 3 bedroom home, large lot, good area, well priced, convenient location. Call Phyllis, 747-8411 or 226-2308. ISSAQUAH STARTER $65,000 3 year old, 3 bedroom rambler on large lot in downtown Issa- quah. Fully Insulated, close to schools, freeway access, and Gilman Village. Call Halla, 392-1211 or 392-8844. WOODED LOT $52,500 A quiet lot and a warm fireplace accent this cute 3 bedroom rambler east of Issaquah. Just $52,500 - a real valuel Call Craig, 392-1211 or 392-8324. MIRRORMONT- VIEW $159,950 Beautiful custom home situated on a wooded acre with Issa- quah valley view. 4 bedrooms, 4 baths. Tastefully decorated throughout, perfect for elegant andinformal entertaining. Seller will help with financing. Call Vickie, 392-1211 or 392-7998. LAKE SAMMAMISH VIEW $69,950 , One acre lot with privacy, trees and fantastic view. Great solar location on East Lk. Sammamish PI. Call Carol, 392-1211 or 392-9916. 44 Front St. N. 392-1211 o8 29 ISSAQUAH / PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-82 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SHORELINE MANAGEMENT SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT Notice is hereby given that Ed Roberts has filed an application for a Substantial Development Permit for the construction, development of additions & alterations to a com- mercial building located at 405 N.W. Gilman Blvd. within Section 28 of Township 24 N., Range 6 W.M., In Issaquah, King County, Washing- ton. Said development Is proposed to be within Issaquah Creek and/or its assoclm, ed wetlands Any person desiring to express his views or to be notified of the ac- tion taken on this application should notify the Planning Depart- ment In writing of his Interest within thirty days of the last notice given pursuant to WAC 173-14-020. Written comments must be received thirty days from last date of publication. Published in the Issaquah Press June 22nd and 29th, 1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-87 NOTICE OF ORDINANCES PASSED BY ISSAQUAH CITY COUNCIL The following are the titles'of Ordinances passed by the Issaquah City Council on June 20,1983: ORDINANCE NO. 1572 AN ORDINANCE adopting a six (6) year (1984-1989) Comprehensive Street Construction Program for the City of Issaquah as required by State law and repealing Ordinance No. 1532 (Effective date: 6-27-83) ORDINANCE NO. 1573 AN ORDINANCE amending the 1983 Budget Ordinance No. 1544 to reflect certain line item increases and decreases Incident to grant money expenditures in the General Fund, and authorizing certain ex- penditures with appropriations from the Equipment Replacement Fund, the Lake Tradition Fund, the Police Station Construction Fund, the Work Training Center Construction Fund, the 1982 Fire Truck Fund, and PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-89 LEGAL NOTICE A PUBLIC SALE will be held at 1595 N.W. Gilman Boulevard, Issa- quah, Washington on July 22, 1983 at 10:00 o'clock A.M., where goods held under a LANDLORD LIEN will be sold to the highest bidder for the purpose of satisfying said Lien. Goods held under a LANDLORD LIEN are under the following ac- counts: Morton Basson, Scott Delappe, Carol Endal, David Franz, Dee Garletts, Morris Gattegno, Kleen. Co, John Lange, Jerry Lee, Memo, Beverly Norris, Paul Rogers, Denise Schroeder, Sky River, Inc., Pat Summers, Thunderloln Else., Inc., Robert Zlellnskl, David Zlmmerman. Published In the Issaquah Press June 29 end July 8, 1983. PUBLIG NOTICE NO. 83-86 CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING The Issaquah City Council will hold a Public Hearing at 8:00 p.m., July 18, 1983, In the Issaquah Com- munity Hall, 180 East Sunset Way, Issaquah, Washington, to consider a petition for vacation of that portion of N.W. Gilman Boulevard right-of- way contiguous to the property of 405 N,W. Gilman Boulevard. Notice ,Is further given that all those Interested may appear and be heard either for or against this pro- posed vacation request. Llnda Ruehle, City Clerk Published In the Issaquah Press June 29,1983. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-98 KING COUNTY NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SHORELINE MANAGEMENT Substantial Development Permit FILE NO(S): 029-63-SH Notice Is hereby given that Ed May as owner of the property de- scribed below has (have) filed an application for a Substantial Development Permit for the con- struction or development of a single family residential pier 70 feet long with 521 square feet of surface area the Utility Expansion Fund located within the East Half, Sec- tion 18, Township 2.4 North, Range 6 (Effective date: 6-27-83) EWM n King County. ald develop. ORDINANCE NO.1574 AN ORDINANCE establishing poll- ment Is proposed within Lake Sam- cles and procedures for inspection mamlsh and/or Its associated and release of public records wetlands. The general location of the property Is 4722 194th Avenue (Effectlvedate: 6-27-83) SE, near lasaquah, WA 98027. Any A copy of the complete text of the Ordinances Is posted at the Issa- quah City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way (Mon.-Frl., 9-5 P.M.); Issaquah Post Office, 150 E. Sunset Way; and the Issaquah Public Library, 50 Rainier Blvd No. Unless otherwise speci- fied, the date of posting shall be considered as the date of publica- tion and such Ordinances shall become effective five (5) days after the date of posting. /slLInda Ruehle Llnda Ruehle, City Clerk Published In the Issaquah Press June 29, 1983. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! person wishing to express .,,ha= views or to be notified of the action taken on the application must sub- mit his comments In writing to the Manager, Building and Land Development Division, Room 450 King County Administration Build- ing, Seattle, Washington, 98104 (Telephone 344-5286) within thirty (30) days of this notice. Requests for a public hearing, with a state- ment of reasons for said request, must be submitted in writing to the Manager, Building and Land Development Division, within flf- teen (15) days of this notice. Publication dates of this notice are 6-29-83 and 7-6-83. Published In the Issaquah Press June 29 and July 8,1983. Hanging around at Heritage Festival Extensive dlsplayB of hand-made clothing and arts and crafts will be Bpotllghted during the 10th annual Marymoor Heritage Festival, July 2 through 4 at King County's Marymoor Park near Redmond. Needlecrafts, weaving, dollmaklng, and continuous demonstrations are also featured along with entertainment on three separate stages throughout the festival. The festival Is free to the public. It Is sponsored by King County Parks and Rec- reation. Blood center needs summer donors In an attempt to boost the traditionally low summer blood supply, the Puget Sound Blood Center is changing its Saturday dona- tion hours, effective July 2. All three Seattle area donor centers will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. Weekday hours for the cen- ters remain unchanged. One donor facility is locat- ed at 925 ll6th Ave. N.E. in Bellevue. "We deliberately chose the Fourth of July weekend to begin these new hours," Dr. Sherrill J. Slichter, Medical Director of the Blood Center, said, "because that is when we begin to see a definite PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-88 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Issaquah Planning Policy Commission will hold a public hear- Ing at 8:15 p.m. on July 13, 1983 In the Issaquah Community Hall, 180 E. Sunset Way to consider the fol- lowing request: A rezone of 1.8 acres from IG (General Industrial) to RM1500 (Multi-family residential). File Number: RZ83-02 Applicant: Jacobsen Homes, Inc. Property Owner: Estate of Julius Boehm Location: Lots 2 end 3 of Issaquah Short Plat #79-09 In SW 27-24-6, gen- erally known as 220 Dogwood Street. The Planning Policy Commission may recommend approval, eprpoval subject to conditions, or dis- approval. Information regarding the request may be examined et Issaquah City Hall, 130 East Sunset Way. Posting Date: June 29,1983. Published In the Issequah Press June 29,1983. trend of gradually decreasing donor turnout that continues through August. We are par- ticularly hoping for a good response from donors on the Eastside since this will be the first time the Bellevue center has been open on Satur- days." At least  500 volunteer donors are needed every weekday to maintain an ade- quate blood supply for pa- Let us answer the phone b IC.--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-I & Lets., r,ea.,- | Jlgl t  195 Front St. N. ,lmqr?, 3112.4104 tients in the eight-county re- gion served by the Blood Program. FLINTOFT'S Issaquah FUNERAL HOME Since 1938 COMPLETE SERVICES Cremations Memorials Pro.Arrangements 222 5503 392:6444 Tom, Mlohaal & Alberta FLINTOFT Will you ever finish moving In? You mlsht not think so when the living room's still jammed with packing crates, But you will-and I can help, As,your WELCOME WAGON Hostess I can save you time anomoney, And brighten up your family with my basket of gifts, Take a break endcall me. Helen 392-7494 .: RUNYOUR CLASSIFIED t " " " DEi STATE Wl lib . PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD IN 114 COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS THROUGHOUT WASHINGTON STATE! -k ONLY $99 FOR 25 WORDS, EXTRA WORDS $4 EACH. * 912,953 CIRCULATION, 114 NEWSPAPERS, ONE BILL! -k- CALL AND PLACE YOUR AD WITH US TODAY! THE ISSAQUAH PRESS Member Waington Neupaper Publlaher, Auoclatton 392-6434 45 Front St. S., P.O. Box HH I MI The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 29, 1983 - Page 11 Host families needed for visiting Japanese students The Foundation for Inter- national Understanding Through Students (FIUTS) is seeking host families for visiting Japanese students for one weekend during the sum- mer. There are three programs to choose from: Summer Study at the Uni- versity of Washington -- Ju- ly 8-10. Students are college age or older, placed one to a family. Banking and Society in America -- July 23-24. Stu- dents are young professionals participating in a program sponsored by the U.W. Graduate School of Business Administration and the Council on International Ed- ucation l:xchange. International Seminar of Hyogo High School Students -- July 29-31. Students are members of an educational exchange program from our "sister state" in Japan, and are placed two to a family. Host families don't need to speak Japanese to partici- pate. Students visit local families for one weekend to get a different perspective of life in America. The host family must attend "Japan Night," an evening of enter- tainment presented by the students for the benefit of their hosts. FIUTS is a non-profit or- ganization promoting com- munity effort of Americans to help build better foreign relations. For further infor- mation, contact the FIUTS office at 543-0735. JUST ARRIVED! SHIPMENTOF ANTIQUES & ART FROM CHINA Ivory Jade Amber Screens Furniture Cloisonne Porcelains Scrolls Snuff Bottles Netsuke Tmds Intsmatlonll of laaequah, Inc. Wholsaals Importem 45 W. Sunset Way --392.8000 Sunday Buffet Brunch 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. -- 87.95 adults -- $4.95 children Exit lS off 1-90, Isuquah  fUIL Reservations auKsted, 392-6421 I iii I i L; S"J :S 'THF CHURCH or -Visitor=Welcom-- JESUS CHRIST ,ssOuA. t wm Sunday services begin at l 1:30 a.m We're new... or' LATTER-DAY ....... ,. 0t!,_,; Bih0p9-_ o_s3 ............  FAITH SAINTS ,ssaquah 2nd Ward i Sunday services begin at 9:00 a,m U N lIED (THE MORMONS) l. Budge, Bishop 392-5721 100 6th Southeast M ETHODI ST I I CHURCH COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH mr.*L. 0,, Sunday Worship-lO a.m. Mid.Week Worship-Wednesday 7p.m. 205 Mt. Park Bivd,, 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-den0minati0nal 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 Pine Lake Presbyterian 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 Issacluah Press NEWPORT UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4010 1 20th S.E., Bellevue, 746-6111 (west of 1-405 at Coal Ck. Pkwy Exit 10) DIVINE WORSHIP: 9:30 & 11:000.rn. Church School9:3Oa.m. Classes for all ages -- Nursery Care all Morning YOUTH FELLOWSHIP -- 6:30 p.m. Dennis J._ Hu_ghes-- Pastor Patrick W. Mecham, Ass't. Pastor IX issaqu&h chBsti3,n church NO creed but Christ, no book but the Bible, no name but Chdstians 10300 ISSAQUAH-HOBART RD. 382.5848 Sunday Service ................... 8 a.m. Bible School ................... 9:15 am m. Ha/vey Pearson, Mister Worship ...................... 10:30 amm. Ke#h Bo#. Assccte Evening Service 7 p.m. jtm Eog,'an/s, Youth Drector Youth Group ..................... 6 p.rn. i Isssaquah Church of the Nazarene E.E. Miller, Pastor -- 392-3138 -- 641-6009 Temporary Iocahon Sunday School ....... 9:30 a.m 14916.239th Pl SE Worship ......... 10:30 am Issaquah (formerly the oads,de Evening ........ 6:00 p.m. Chapel) Nllr('rY 1 t it'll (]tJll I 1 II S'r'/'l'i CA' 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 Nursery SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 a.m. Nursery-Activities for Children - CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m. for all ages HOLIDAY INN - ISSAQUAH William B. Price, Pastor 392-5387 THE NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Assem blie of God 74%3445 rvices at Two LtUIIOIlS Isctquah/Pleau, I,BI Providrnc Ildgbt Bible Education 9:(k) a.m Wtrh)p ll):(Xl um Bditt. 5S-140tb N.F. Communion A:00 a.m. Adult Worship 8:15, 11:15 a.m (('hildren' ('huld]/(hoir) Hible]!dueution 9:45 a m (Adull & Children%) [:vefttllg Worship 6:00 l),llt Wedrlesduy 7:4X) p Ill Adult I:lelive, Royul Rangers, Misioacttes Nursery Provided at all services Semor Pa.tor lack V Re/ell Pastor of Y'outb Rick Fahc Pastor of Kid's Ministries . Mike Beresh)rd Aduil Education lore Neumann Pastor of Adult Ministries Earl (;(dlnan Ddector of L'ounseling titian go.yhu Singlc Ministries i)can Kimr the Bal00'g00 nitin.g the world... ne heart at a time ,,,,r, ....... ,,,,, co,, 392-4343 Our Sauler Lutheran Church 745 Front Street S.. Issaquah Family Worship 800 &] 1:00 Familtudy 930 Inf0tmal W0rshlp i 30 p m Richard [- Wendt, Pastor 3924159 392-3101 SAMMAMISH HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH The American Luther-an 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 Available 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 Pubhc Reading Room I I Mon.-Sat. 10.1 i 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 Comm. Club Wednesday Sunday 212th S.E. & S.E. 20th St. 7:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Issaquah Home Fellowship PASTOR R.D. MARTIN, 222-7079 I ';t,,e,v a,0,;0:0 Pr=:v,,,awo:a/Concern .s,,r, pro,.t:, 'Pasttrlj5