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rches Baptist y Baptist located at 205 Park Blvd., is free concert by a quartet named Sure to appeal ! of all ages, Adora- II encourage and as they share in and praise traditional and gospel music. is a ministry of ds Community in Renton. embers of Adora- William "Bill" M.D.: a doctor in Highlands; Rich intern pastor at Ids Community W. Bryan, ad- manager and for a local Kellog, a local accompanied by i' Mevilatt on tile travel with Ken their sound tech- further informa- L this concert -- call Baptist Church for Adoration information with Communily It 255-4751. of Nazarene Mission of the Church of taken on a of helping to the new downtown Mission. reds of lonely, arted, depressed, people will with food and and the Gospel of can also helping to collect ae Mission so needs in their office and bed- Urniture, working tables, chairs, curtains, gas wall hangingL. throw rugs, carpet ;.Cash donations for and lighting help these lssa- to help others lrita Sanberg or Dr. Dave Lord of Life hosts conference on Central America A conference entitled "Questions of Central America" will be held Satur- day, October 15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Renton. Tile cost is $5, or $2.50 for senior citizens. Speakers include Congressman Rod Chandler, Dr. Ron Palmer, a Latin American History professor from Seattle Pacific Uni- versity; Alice Ray-Keil, a re- cent visitor to Central America and Dr. Case Kolff, Seattle physician, who will speak on spiritual response to crisis. Bring a brown bag lunch. Beverages will be provided. For more information call 255-5293 or 226-8502. Baha'i fireside talks continue The lssaquah Baha'i Com- munity is continuing to host informal "Fireside" talks on various aspects of the faith for anyone interested in at- tending. The latest series, "Spiritual Preparation for Survival" will be presented by Janet Tanaka, a member of the lssaquah Baha'is, on October 7, 21, and Novem- ber 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Sara and Allen Lewis. Tanaka is well-known in the northwest as a Hazard Management Planner, and has recently completed the Hazard Management Assess- ment for Mt. Rainier. Covenant Church hold film series Questionable new life- styles.., the "tyranny of the urgent".., the shifting of the foundations I they're all a part of an emotional climate which makes many moderns feel that they are "losing their grip." But minister Charles R. Swindoll, senior pastor of the First Evangelical Free Church in Fullerton, Califor- nia, is offering an alternative to today's dizzying changes, confusing "overchoice," and moral uncertainty. A film series is to be screened at Pine Lake Cove- nant Church, in the Sunrise Room, at Lutheran Bible In- stitute (Providence Heights), Issaquah, at 7 p.m., on Octo- ber 9. In the first film, which deals with the problem of priorities Swindoll calls for the recognition of the subtle but essential difference be- tween the important and "the merely urgent." The first film 'will be shown October 9 and the other films will be shown Oc- tober 16, October 30, November 6, November 13 and November 20. lssaquah Press office hours: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Be sure to call in your classified ad by 3 p.m. Mon- day for next week's paper. Come Celebrate With Us/ 3rd Anniversary Sale October 10-16. 10 to 20% OFF ALL MERCHANDISE IN STORE Oct. 15 Fredric Sweney Author of "The Art of Painting Animals." Will Autograph his book. FRONT STREET BOOKS in Gilman Village Issaquah 392-3766 M0n.-Fri. 10-6 Sundays 1-5 LL & WINDOW SALE ALL DLINN EDWARDS BOOKS LPAPER 30-50% o,, through Oct. 27 mQf WINDOW TREATMENTS ':lO0 off MINI-BLINDS ................. t. WOVEN WOODS ........ .... 30% off SOFTLIGHT SHADES ..... 30O,/o off VERTICAL BLINDS'. ....... 35% off Dqg,00 DEO. 275- PI. N.W., Issaquah Behind Rainier Bank 392.1644 try IPECIAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, NOV. 16, 1983 YOUR FAVORITE RECIPE COULD WIN A WEEKEND FOR 2 AT KALALOCH LODGE. Details and entry form in your October 12 edition of the Issaquah Press High school advisory group meets The Parent Advisory Com- mittee of lssaquah High will meet Wednesday, October 12, 9 a.m., at the school. The room number will be posted. These meetings, held every second Wednesday of the month, are open to all parents interested in the cur- rent issues of the school. Lowry hosts Norton fundraiser. Congressman Mike Lowry, a candidate for U.S. Senate, will host a cocktail hour in lssaquah on Thurs- day, October 13, to benefit the County Council cam- paign of Marianne Kraft Norton. Norton is running for council seat in the sixth dis- trict, a position previously held by Lowry and now held by Bruce Laing. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will be served at The Feed Store at Gilman Village from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The cost is $15 per per- son. For reservations, call Kerry Schuller at 392-7710. \\; \\; The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 5, 1983 - Page 5 Painter to autograph his book at library Issaquah Library will host Prentice-Hall. Copies of the a free autograph party for volume will be available that local author Fredric Sweney evening for purchase. on Tuesday, October 11, at 7:30p.m., A display of Sweney's il- Sweney s book, "The Art lustrations will hang in the Is- of Painting Animals," was saquah Library October 3- recently published by 30. County needs historic landmarks commissioners New appointments to the King County Landmarks Commission will be made by King County Executive Ran- dy Revelle before the end of this year. The existing Land- marks Commission is com- prised of nine members whose terms expire on January l, 1984. The com- mission was set up to provide adequate provisions to pro- tect buildings and sites that represent the County's cul- tural and historic heritage. The Landmarks Commis- sion holds regular meetings on the second Thursday of each month from ll:00 a.m.- l:00 p.m. in the Executive Conference Room, King County Courthouse. In addi- tion to attending these meet- ings, commissioners should expect to contribute at least ten hours monthly on com- mission business. At least four day-long tours occur each year. Additional meet- ings may occur each month for public hearings, site in- spections or historic proper- ties under construction, and special committee meetings as required. Special training workshops occur as well. Ap- pointments are for three years of service. Individuals interested in serving on the Landmarks Commission should contact Kjris Lund, Historic Preser- vation Officer, at 587-4858. Detailed job descriptions and a questionnaire are available. King County will accept applications through Septem- ber 30, 1983. HE WAS A GREAT GOVERNOR HE'LL BE A GREAT SENAIOR. Dan Evans was one of the greatest (]ovcrnors in American history. He balanced the budget, promoted fkwcign trade, created 200,000 new jobs, increased minority hiring by almost 300%, improved conditionsforethrfic minorities, Senior Citizens, and the handicapped, I ____$5 __ and nearly doubled the appointments filled by women. I A, As our U.S. Senator, Dan Evans wiLl, work for, mczr.c,ha,.CdSlC.O.tjqn:, I AtIR3ss longterm-pea,:e, andequal rights for all, i ...... i .a | c3 Dan Evans has earned his reputation for taking strong stankls on the issues. He's a man of great charactcr, courage, and compassion. He was a great (3overnor and he'll make a great Senator. limb lllll llllillllllll| I [DEAR FRIEND: Our campaign needs If you afew dollars, you. can spare we need them too. Yes I want to help! l've enclosed my check for 1 $10 $25 $__more tF,.ae,,l .... quires I -- that we ask for your occupation ,'wd I employer ) Pard by "The Dan Evans Senate I ...... = : '*' ................. ,,. ...... 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