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l YOu $$$. Country on nearly 1/2 :$85,000, now only See today. Call 21, Sammamish O8 10 )RDABLE home, 3 yrs. Easy terms, INER D acre looking for, ools, parks, on a dead for the eves. LADY home! $2000 dis- Mirrormont. AREA ready to and park. 08 10 LEGAL FORMS plus payment books, drafting sup- plies, blueprinting, office machine repair, Thomas Book of Maps. EVANS OFFICE SUPPLY Issaquah HI-Lo Ctr., 392-2412 MON-FRI 9 to 5:30 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-118 NOTICE OF ORDINANCE PASSED BY ISSAQUAH CITY COUNCIL The following is the title of an Ordinance passed by the Issaquah City Council on August 1,1083: ORDINANCE NO. 1579 AN ORDINANCE vacating a por- tion of N.W. Gilman Boulevard right- of-way on the petition of George and John Fischer and accepting a "No Protest Agreement" for the Improvement of N.W. Gilman Boule- vard by paving, etc., by local improvement district (Effective date: 8-8-83) A copy of the complete text of the Ordinance is posted at the Issaquah City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way (Mon.- Fri., 9-5PM); 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 Ordinances shall become effective five (5) days after date of posting. /s/Linda Ruehle Linda Ruehle City Clerk Published in the Issaquah Press August 10th, 1983. TODAY'S BEST BUY assumable loan and owner will carry some se- lower level, $89,500. Gladys, 392-8400. ON ACREAGE 2700 sq. ft. 13 yr. old daylight rambler on Gladys, 392-8400. REDUCED UP TO $14,000 ;ing and saver save t save! This beautifu 4,000 sq ft fits atop 5 ro ling acres" All ready for your horses. fenced with a 3-stall barn. Bring offer. Joyce, N. 392-8400 0S 10 SCHOOL DAYS! a terrific selection of family homes, on citysize lots or and with as many as six bedrooms, priced from ATI'ENTION INVESTORS!! JPlex, In downtown Issaquah, priced at $122,500. Both g $900 per month. NEW CONSTRUCTION tile and carpeting! Two brand new family homes, will complete by the end of November. $144,500. WANT ACREAGE? oval, dry, wooded acres, only about 12 minutes North Issaquah, Washington 98027 392-3900 Anyt me ............... .q,10 ED SELLER $89,500 =!st on the financing of this home or will consider a Located in great neighborhood, close to 1-90 and rooms, 2 baths, large fenced yard. Call Carol eves. UTHENTIC TUDOR $125,000 home on 11/4 acres with creek. Kitchen beautiful 3 brms can be expanded to 4. Hurry to see and ask for Clair eves 392-4188. IVILLE $149,500 Y rambler on 1-113 acres has all the nicest touches skylight, 2 fireplaces, roomy master suite well below appraisg,to sell quickly. Call ;E IS RIGHT! $48,950 ,ler on quiet street has 3 bedrooms, fireplace in A great starter home. Call FelIcl- LOVERS DELIGHT $172,500 Utlve.5 bedroom home on over 2 beautiful Area offers stables & riding arena. Well built 3 frty. Excellent area - private & quiet with con- Zand er 392-1211 / 226-2308. VIEW $64,900 view, gentle SW slope, water, next to 392-1211 or 222-5686. N. 392-1211 0810 ISSAQUAH FOR LEASE Square feet. 3rd and Bell. Seattle. 1400 AMP, 3 Power Warehouse -- nufacturing. $3,000 month dohn Murray or Bob Heide (206)682-3560 O. 83-113 ECOLOGY ICATION LLER of JUNE NO. to appro- subject to WELL In the .LENS PER for GROUP " CONTIN- 3roposed tip 24 N., to approval include a basis for must be ac- 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 Of- rice, 4350 - 150th Ave. N.E.; Red- mond, Washington 98052. Published tn the lasaquah Press August 3rd and 10th, 1983. PUBLIC NOTICE 83-115 The Isaaquah School District Board of Directors will hold a Public Hearing for the purpose of obtain- Ing. community input on the dis- trlct's 1983-84 budget. This hearing will be held in conjunction with the regularly scheduled board meeting of August 24, 1983 at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the Administration Service Center. /s/Harold N. Skow Harold N. Skow Director of Business Published in the Issaquah Press August 10th & 17th, 1983. The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, August 10, 1983 - Page 11 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-116 SURPLUS AUCTION lasaquah School District #411 will hold a public auction August 20, 1983 commencing at 10:00 a.m. at the district transportation facility at 805 2nd Ave. S.E., Isaaquah, Items to be auctioned Include: 1. Surplus furniture 2. Surplus vehicles 3. Audio visual equipment 4. Typewriters & office ecjulpment 5. Surplus pianos 6. Other miscellaneous materials Gates will open at 8:30 a.m. for viewing of items to be auctioned. Cash only on purchases under $100.00. Two pieces of Identification for checks over $100.00. Published in The Issaquah Press August 10th and 17th, 1983, PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 83-117 SEPA DETERMINATIONS Pursuant to the provisions of Issaquah Ordinance No. 1449 and . the State Environmental Policy Act a, Chapters 43,21 RCW and W/ 107-10 notice Is hereby give. that the City of Issaquah did, on or before August 5, 1983 iss, .0c,,- - posed Declarations of Nonslg- nlflcance for the following actions: 1. Construction of s 1500 sq, ft. addition to Jay-Berry's Restaurant at 385 N.W. Gilman Boulevard, pro- posed by Steve Sargent (Shoreline Management Substantial Develop- ment application No. 83.01). 2. Adoption of Issaquah Annexa- tion Guidelines, proposed by the City of Issaquah, to guide future annexation activities of the City in- volving areas outside the corporate limits of Issaquah. These Propsed Declaration of Nonslgnlfcance shall become the City's Final Declarations of Nonsig- niflcance on August 19, 1983, unless a specific written request for a recommendation has been re- ceived on or before that date, pur- suant to WAC 197-10-350(5), (6) and (7). Any person aggrieved by the pre- ceding determinations nlay appeal said determinations to the Issaquah City Council. Such an appeal must be filed with the City Clerk within 10 day of this publication. Filed by: City of Issaquah, Carol A. Hoppler, SEPA Coordinator. Published in the Issaquah Press August 10, 1983. Lost? 1983 Issaquah maps now available at the lssaquah Press, 75. BCC sponsors computer camp for kids Bellevue Community Col- lege Computer Camps for students entering grades 5 through 7 is August 15 through 26, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year camps are divid- ed into two sessions, for beginners and more ad- vanced students. All camps stress the importance of learning to use the computer as a problem solving tool. In the beginning class, campers will be introduced to programming in PILOT and LOGO, two similar languages that help young- sters to quickly develop pro- gramming concepts. They will also work on keyboard- ing skills and try a hand at word processing. In our advanced class, stu- dents who are already com- fortable with PILOT or Sunday Buffet Bruneh I0 a.m. - 2 p.m. -- 87.95 adults -- 84.95 children Exit 15 off 1-90, Issaquah  #IL. Reservations suggested, 392-6421 I ' ' I I LOGO will focus on the gramming and computer BAS1C programming exploration. language with an emphasis on graphics. Campers will be For details, contact the encouraged to develop their Continuing Education Of- individual interests in pro- flee, 641-2263. Youthchoir auditions The Northwest Youthchoir invites young men and women, aged 14-19, to audi- tion for membership. Musi- cal experience is required. The Northwest Youth- choir, comprised of youth from 30 schools in four coun- ties, features one rehearsal per week, expert musical in- struction, varied repertoire, outstanding performance ex- perience, concert tours and retreats. For information, call the Northwest Youth- choir office at 329-6478. JA You. might not think so when the living room's still amines with packing crates. But you will-and I can help. s,your WELCOME WAGON Hostess I can save you time anD money, And brighten up your family with my basket of gifts. Take a break and call ms. R a i d 392- 7494 MARK-IT FOODS Featuring Summertime Mark-It Fresh PRODUCE Shop This Ad And Save $8.30 We're new... GREEN & RED FAITH SEEDLESS UNITED METHODIST GRAPES ./9 = ..itk..roaeL.in love.., SUNDAY WORSHIP I0 a.m. I b. Nursery-Activities for Children SAVE 20 c CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m. for all ages H0'Li:::mY ': NPI::Sp:UH G R A N N Y 392-5387 STORE HOURS: M-W 9-7, Th-Fr 9.6. Sat. 9-7, Sun. 10-6 THE NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Assemblies of (;od 74'7-3445 rviccs at Two Locations Imqulh/Pblela, LBI Providence Hdlhls Bible Education 9:00 a.m. Worship 10:00 a.m, Sdleva, 62,-1401k N,E, ('ommanion 8:00 am. Adull Worship ' r:lS, 11:15 am, (Children's ('hurch/E'hoirl Bible Education 9:45 a.m. (Adult & ('hildrcn') Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m, Adult Elctive, Royal Rangrs, Missionettes Nursery Provided al all services Senior Pallor Jack V. Ro/ell Pastor of Youth Rick lnloe Pastor of Kid's Ministries Mike Beresford Adult Educalion Tom Neumanll Pastor of Adull Mmislries Earl Gtxdman Director of Counseling flden Konyha Sin$1s Mi.istries l)an Kimber SAVE 13 = MARKET FRESH PRODUCE SAVE 20  lb. LAMB SHOULDER BARTLETT PEARS 390,,00. SAVE 30 T.E CHURCH or JESUS CHRIST or LATTER-DAY SAINTS (THE MORMONS) :100 6th Southeast -Vidtm Wdcome.-- ISSAQUAH 1st WARD Sunday services begin at 11:30 a.rn. R. Morris, Bishop 392-1053 Issaquah 2nd Ward Sunday services begin at 9:00 a.m. I, Budge, Bishop 392-5721 COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Worshlp-lO a. m. Mid-Week Wqrship.Wednesday 7p.m. 205 Mt. Park Blvd., 392.6280 (Parsonage) 392-6447 (Church) Dr. E. Wayne Roberts, Interim Pastor SAVE 771-1 LIMES For Key Lime Pie LARGE BEEFSTEAK TOMATOES ,. DO TRINITY EVANGELICAL CHURCH 26729 S.E. 76th PI.. Hiqh Point Independent, Non-denominational Three worship services: 8:30 s.m., 11 s.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 I News of O hurch Activities ever week In The Issecluah Press 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 School9:3Oa.m. Classes for all ages -- Nursery Care all Morning YOUTH FELLOWSHIP -- 6:30 p.m. the Bai00'fFam00 BAKING POTATOES FORI.0O 3'Os170 SAVE 50 SAVE 17 c FRESH BAKERY- PUGET SOUND BAKING CO. BREAD USDA CHOICE a loaf CUSTARD ROLLs For99 SAVE 50  FRESH MEAT LAMB LEGS II SAVE 61 o YOUNG TUR FROZEN 10-14 LB. AVERAGE HALIBUT JENNIE-0 O lb. SAVE 16 c GROUND HERE IS NEW LIFE IN CHRIST" Worship Senlice Pine Lake Comm. 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 PAT VEACH, 392-4249 Hope &Love ' ,, / / "A World Visi'n With A Local Concern mORN BERGMANN, Pastor"-/ SUNDAY St30& Is:a0 Pfltl end Wohlp * Nursery provkled /4J;P'/III[L."  \\;' Bible Telehlal & Sunnily School * Home fellowships all week ',i 1 "... WEDNESDAY 7:30 p,m, Bible In|lltule Spei|l Men's, Women's Youth activities. '.. 221 st PI. S.E, ( V2 mile east or Iaquah Holiday Inn) 392-8188 m,,'|lF" THE NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP SAMMAMISH HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH The American Lutheran Church Corner 228th S.E. & S.E. 8th 455-5285 SUMMER SCHEDULE Sunday Worship 8:30 & 10 a.m. Saturday Worship 5 p.m. Nursery Available Norman L. 0rth Pastor 392-8643 -- ISSAQUAH Public Reading Room Mon..Sat. 10.1 Wed. 10.4 I 1250 N.W. Mall Behind McDonalds PRICES EFFECTIVE 8-10 THROUGH 8-16-83. WE RESERVE THE RIGHTTO LIMIT SAVE 6 BLEACH 625 N.W. Gilman Blvd i! O WESTERN FAMILY BLUEBONNET MARGARINE SAVE 26 SAVE 36 c SAVE 43 = SAVE 60 1.98 each Nuggets, Patties, Stick 12 oz. QUETCHICKEN WESTERN FAMILY Q.TIP COTTON MOZZARELLA BALL SWABS 1.58,,oz lc'Ount 1.27 SAVE 30 = 1,1 SAVE 20 c HEINZ KEG-0-KETCHUP PENNYSMART BATH TISSUE 145 Front Street S, Issaquah Famdy Worship .8:00 &] l:O0 Family Study ......... 9:30 Informal Worsh,p 7 30 p m Richard L Wendt, Pastor 392-4159 392.3101 Our Savior Lutheran (hurch Youth Group ..................... 6 p.m. Isssaquah Church of the Nazarene E.g. Miller, Pastor -- 392-3138 -- 641-6009 Temporary Iocalion: Sunday School ......... 9:30 a,m, 149t6-23glh PI, S,E Worship .............. 10:30 a.m, Issaquah (formerly the Roadsldo Evening ................ 6:00 p.m, Chapel) Nlo'S('ry altt'Hdtlltt all s('rvit'eS 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 SaturdayChurch 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 392-71 15 N,irsery i FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 10:30 Sunday Service at Issaquah Community Hall--180 E. Sunset Way I 10:30 Sunday School I at 1250 N.W. Mall I 7:30 Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting I at 1250 NW. Mall All Are Welcome un,t,00 the world STEAKS STEAK TURKEY TURKEY Dennis J. Hughes--Pastor Patrick W. Mecham, Ass't. Pastor One Ileart at a time FROZEN __ (U.,(.- BladeCut 238 ,,,,s,,,,, .oz. su.,.,ao,o. ................. .i... -.-. I Ib, roast 2.28 lb. I lb. lb. Bible School .................... a.m. HaW Pmo M#I/S Worship ............... 10:30 a,m, Ke#h Bo Associate E,.nlnoS'ei; .................. rp.rn. J,,EoW=,D' '.,,,., ....... ,,,.c.,: 392-4343 SAVE $1.10 SAVE $1.00 SAVE 31 = SAVE 14